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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL ii VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY G19039 A M NO 95 INEWS NOTES t Drilling for oil will soon begin In Wolfo county- A temperature of 00 below zero on the Yukon Is reported Four pcnoni wero killed In a wreck on the Q At 0 near Vicksburg Thu bank of Cambridge III was entered by robbers and 810000 stolen Surveyors arc at work on tho subur ban lino between Richmond and Lex ington Webb Lampkln of Patriot Ind killed hlmielt on a steamboat near Pet r tersburg Tbo caio of Caleb Powers was continued until the next term of tbo Scott circuit court Mrs John Zane of Latrobe Pa sbot and killed her husband for accusing her of Infidelity f Dr Parkbursl expects to publish In New York wbat he considers an Ideal dally newspaper Two womentcro banged In Hollo way They displayed remarkable nerve An Omaha man has Invented artlQ clal coal which burns like tint natural product and Is cheaper Tbo treasurer of a New York theatre was poisoned by microbes from money and lost an eye as the result AlEckman W Va Mary Williams was shot and killed by James Whit combe n miner who was prompted by jealousy Two men wero killed and 11 other Injured In a collision between stock trains on tbo Illinois Contras at Clo- Terdale III Too Chicago city council unanimous ly declared In favor of municipal own ership and operation of gas acd elec trio lighting plants A New Orleans man claiming credit for the capture of Jefferson Davis will file a claim for the Federal reward now In the United States Treasury Botbo Struble who threatened to kill J Plerpont Morgan unless money was sent him was sentenced to one years Imprisonment In the Htsox tour ty penitentiary at Trenton N J Justice Holmes of the United States Supremo Court has decided that the ballet a legitimate subject for thus tration and that circus posters can be protected under the copyright law John D Rockefeller has agreed to glvo 125000 to Georgetown College provided the president B D Gray of that Institution will raise through his personal efforts 176000 In one year Tbrco Negroes have been arrested charged with robbing and shooting J B Farrow in Fleming county They are In the Maysyllle JIll and if their victim dies a triple lynching will fol lowAt tbo close of the directors meet log the board chairman of the United States Stool Corporation announced that 27033 employes had subscribed for 61125 shares of stock under the profit sharing plan Dora Clay Drock the divorced child wife of pan Casslus M Clay and her husband Rlley Brook sold their household effects at auction at Pinckard preparatory to leaving Wpodftfrd coun ty Among the articles sold wero nUt morons pieces of silver and chinaware presented to Mrs Brock by Gen Clay and the bidding was spirited The Brooke decline to say whore they will locate Mothers GirlThere exists often a very beautiful between mother and her The intimacy is frank free and sympathetic Dut some day the mother as something had chilled this Intimacy The child is silent and sad and teems to shun her mother iuiteai of seeking her This change very often occurs when the young girl is crossing the bor Hue of woman hood She is mor bid nervous fear cDter1UpoD The use of Dr Fierces Favorite Prescription at a time will do more than restore the normal balance of mind and body It wilt establish the worn function upon a basis of sound health as well as improve the appe promotethe brgaUlaOreen Co WU Bverythlnff that could be thought of wa done to but It was of no use When ahe becan to complain the waa quite welfhed lOthcplcturc of rood health until about the are then In 1aix month she was ao run down her weight waa IK I felt I could not rive her up aa the was the only child I had and I mutt say Doc tor that only for Pavorite rrctcriptUm would have been In her grate to day When abe had taken onball bOttle the natural function wu ntabtUhed and we another one making two bottlea In all an ahe completaly recoTercd Since then ahe it uwell ai can be The Common Sense Medical Adviser icoS pages in paper covers is sent free on receipt of ai onecent stamps to pay p expense mailing only Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y q Fire at OklaLoma Oily Okla caused a lots of 1350000 Property worth 1100000 was destroy cd by a Ira at Richmond Va IreeIpoor Jews In Louisville actoryInA J Ford for many years proprlol tor of Fords Hotel at Richmond Va Is dead Tbo United States quarantine ofll dials have declared that Manila Is froo from cholera Near Dallas Tex a tornado destroyed a school house and four children wore Injured William Thomas a weaver fatally shot bis 16 yoar old wife at Knoxvlllc Tenn and killed himself Three firemen are dead and four oth ers are In a critical condition as the result of Inhaling fumes at a Ore In Milwaukee Jacob Swlgert a prominent Mason and an ofllccrln tbo Grand Comman dory of Kentucky Knights Templar died at Frankfort The Italian Special Commission which has made a study of yellow foyer rejects the theory that the disease is transmitted by mosquitoes Daniel Miller a young man shot and killed his wife at WlnslonSalem N 0 and committed suicide They bad quarrelI will meet In Loutsvlllo in July when many Ice portant questions now affecting the col ored race will be considered Reports have reached Tucson Aria of the annihilation of a battalion of Mexican soldiers by Yaqul Indians The reports brought by survivors Indi cate that Ih6 troops fell Into an ambush and but few of the 600 men In the command escaped CRAB ORCHARD Rev OM Qucy or Stanford preached a most excellent sermon at tbo flap list church Sunday afternoon Those not present misted a spiritual feast Pro R S Kubantc accompanied him George B Harris baa bought F J Jones took of goods and will continuo the business at the same stand It bis Intention to enlarge the stock an he aiks a share ol patronage from bis Friends Mr Jones and wife wilt prob ably make their future home In West Virginia Their many friends wll regret to see thorn leave Mrs M 0 Macauley Is a Iluenofher sister Mrs Patton Mrs Tom White Is visiting J T Chadwick and family The latter lost a pot horse a tow day ago which was 23 years old and neve sick a day lleart failure caused poor Dicks death Mr Cbadwlok tolls us Maurloe Perkins Is at home from lengthy and delightful trip tbroug- the West Be reports leaving his fol low traveller Andrew Buchanan look ing well and being In line spirits Mr and Mrs Leo Bean left a few days ago to make their homo In Wee- Liberty to the regret of their friends hero Mrs Robe Collier was here from Brodhcad to see the dentist Dr Cllnkscnles at the Cover Hotel WII- Brooke one of our most popular com merclal men was a guest at the King Hotel several days Mrs Patton has recovered sufficiently from her recen fall to be out again Mr and Mrs tier rte tho clever jailer and wife of Stanford wero visitors of Mrs John Rid SaturdayMr Pettus is Improving slowly from her recent Illness Mrs Sin Mlddleton who bag been visiting her daughter In Stanford has returned Miss Annlo Middleton le a guest of her sister Mrs Gray at Stanford Mr and Mrs Jos W Guest are visiting in Loulsvlllo this week It is rumored that Mr and Mrs J F Holdam will make their home in Stanford Sf be Is reelected Wo hope this is untrue for wo dislike to leo such clever citizen- leave our city and what would we do for our dally Holdam express as ho Is familiarly called by hie friends her carrying messages and packages bot ways and never refusing any The scratch of a pin may cause the loss of a limb or even death when blood poi Boning results from the Injury All dan ger of this may be avoided however b promptly applying Chamberlains Pal Balm It is an antiseptic and unequalled as a quick healing liniment for cuts buriscs and burns For sale by Craig locker In an entire year only ooopcrson was killed on tho railways InOrcat Britain In three months 815 persona bavo been killed and 11102 Injured on American Hoes Tbo reason for this la plain Is a more serious matter to kill a per son on an English railroad than It Ie In America yodand Liver Tablets says William A as Gi rard Pease Vt These Tablets are the most prompt most pleasant and most re1 liable cathartic in use For sale by Craig tit Ilockcr LANCASTER The maple buds have wade their ape pearance Tho various streets are receiving soma muchneeded macadamizing theyr recent warm Wednesday furnished a cold snap and the tall end of tbo western blizzard Dr H M Grat t has again received the appointment of county physician A few loads of tho latelybroken hemp have been brought Into the local buyers W B Burton the successful trader shipped a carload of mules to Atlanta Ga Saturday O M Crensbaw of Loulsvlllo has accepted the position of pharmacist In F P Frlsbles drug store The Lancaster bowlers went to Lex legion to play the decisive game Wed- Delday evening with the Danville team 8diedtook place at tbo Freedom graveyard Miss Lcttte May McRoberts will beat home Saturday to 14 of her young friends In celebraton of her lath birth da 0AnBourne died Wednesday and was burljed Thursday In thQ Lancaster cemetery The colored school closes this ove ning with appropriate entertainment of songs recitations and an essay by the one graduate Mrs Mary Cunningham has rented MrlWUtengage In tho machine business RIllbrTuedlyreBultd and prices a basso bringing 9150 Mr Rlgsby goes on the 28tb to Mil sourl Rev Crooke of Central University Danville will preach at the Presbyto rlan church Sunday morning Rev Woolford will preach at Herring school house Sunday afternoon David Thompson sold a part of what was tho late John Gill farm to J M McCarloy for 4000 The tract adjoins somedof bis hardware store by an electric sign advertising the buggy and wagon ornamentsIpart squarer three men circulated a whisky petition at the Walkers school theeprorwako and securing two signatures to their one Birobhmore than usual concern as her husband the late George Birch was a native of Garrard and lived In this vicinity un emtHerndon Mr Blrob vj lcd his aged Garrard friend not long before his gIlag that Mr Horndoni aid and advice had helped him lay the foundation lor- a successful business career Misses Annie Austin and Florence Harris accompanied S B Henry to El Dorado Ark Mr J W Pumphrey was called back to Hamilton 0 by tfie critical Illness of her daughter Mrs Jordan Mrs J C Hemphlll enter tamed In honor of her sister Mrs F D Gaines of Danville Mrs W P Walden gave a reception in honor of her brother Mr Brewer and bride of Herrodsburg Judge J S Robinson Is spending several days in Madison Mies Leo Prcwltt of Klrksvllle Is the guest of Mrs R A Stone Capt Elkln has returned front a trip to Atlanta Rov visiteto of Paint Lick Is reported critically ill Mr takenhmumps VIAL Guetav Newman end Mrs Hmll Nednn wedding In New York City will toast the brides health In wino 123 years old A Mothers Recommendation I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a number of years and have no hesitancy In saying that it is the best remedy for coughs colds and croup I haveIStar Mich For sale by Craig locker The Republic ofLlberla bas donated 925000 toward thejpurchaao of a steam ship to ply direct between America and West AfrlcafTho steamer will he used to carry Negro Immigrants to Liberia CAPT FRANK J WHITE Capt White has just celebrated his 3rd birthday Ho Is probably the old cst printer at the case and ho is be yond doubt one of the very best He worked In this office until decade ago sloes which bo has been with tho Cent tral Record at Lancaster Ho la a fine gentleman and can yet act ae much ypo as many printers or 00 years hie junior + + ++++ M ++++H M M M M M ++ STRANGE LYNCHING Speaking of lynching said the man from Mlasleelppl reminds moot the most peculiar Instance ever pulled oft In the Black Bolt You must know that infinitely the greater number of Impromptu hangings which take piece from limo to time In tbat State occur In the bills where strong measures are needed to mark the difference between the lowest grade of whites and the common run of Negroes Occasionally however we do resort to a long rope and an oak limb to punish infractions of the social code and when wo do we sometimes adopt unique methods Upon the occasion I now remember a field band on one of the big plantatloes cot eo mixed up with tho contents of the plantation store that be burned the building down upon the murdered clerk to bide tbe evidences of crime Bloodhounds took the trail but lost It In the nearest swamp Posses scoured the country but found no traces of the runaway One day the owner of the plantation was riding through a wood land back of his place A Negro sprang across the road In front of him glanc tog with a frightened expression in the direction of the white man Tbo white man a dignified and graybearded exConfederate reoognlzed the crimi nal and tartoi his deer dog after him Within 200 be ran the hlel11IeInnocent and in the next acknowledg ed tbo deed and wept for mercy The whlto man was Inexorable Taking long rope from his saddle he forced the darker to tie it about his thick black neck The Negro begged for time to pray This was granted him and the trembling animal dropped In a heap upon the ground to pour out his soul In frenzied howls for holy and pity At list the white man kicked him from the ground and ordered him to climb a tree Quivering and lunching at overy step the ashyfaced wretch work od his way up a young oak Reaching a limb 15 feet above the ground ho was compelled to knot the ropo about the limb given one minute for prayer and then ordered to jump The walling darky hesitated steadied himself for a mbmont and leaped out Into the air Tbo white man rode Into the little country seat and told the sheriff ho would find the criminal In a nearby wood The sheriff sprang to his feet nd shouted for the doge Neverjnlnd the dogs sheriff said the plantation owner taka wagon and bo rodo on to the postolllco The peculiar feature of tho rffalr Is that the lyncber had no weapon with him save a little riding swltchNow Or leans TimesDemocrat Buy It Now Do not watt until you or some of your andpthen send for Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy but buy it now and be prepared for an emergency It lithe one remedy tbat can always be depended upon in the most severe and dangerous cases For sale by Craig do locker Orders bavo been given for night and day work on vessels In the navy yard at San Francisco and tho Boston New York and Ranger are being hajtl ly stocked with provisions Tho Inter nal trouble In Honduras Is said to be tho cause of the order Tho Bureau of Navigation through Admiral Taylor has suggested that Lieut Hobson reconsider his resigna Ion and make a trial of his now duties before taking final action- S Remit us what you owe on eubecrlp lion ANYI ATI4 11 r IN THE HOUSE i CASHjfIf r Are Bargains at THis Price4 NBBIt4 Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing n4 nf B satisfiedt r KDI 1 f y f CARLOAD OF Oliver Chilled Plows and Studebaker Wagons Just ReceivedF- OR SALE BY Higgins a McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Who Shall Fill it Ie1 There should be but one question to consider in deciding where to take your Prescriptons and that is Where arc the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to be had No motive or influence shouldbe allowed to weigh against it When you do this we shall expect to servo you When we fill your prescription every drug that en ters into it has the exact potency the physician desires Our charges arc just as satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug Storem Stanford Ky 1 A WORDeaavras we are very thankful to you tor your liberal patronage of last year Favor us further by a con tinuance of it during the year just begun Craig Hooker ST1tNFORDI W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Asks a contlnuanc of your patronage during 1903 and thanks youfor your liberal dealings of theyear Just closed Fresh Drugs at Pricesthat are Right t J 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON H H HENNINGER 01 W Is ac iidIilile for State rMI nrer ubleettotheaetloooftheDemoennoIJ Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination tot Or cult Clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the pony M F NORTH- Is a cniUite for the Democratic nomlnaU for Representative of Lincoln county Subject to the ac Uon of the party J M ALVERSON Is a cindUatt for the Democratic nomination for Rep resentatlve of Lincoln County subject to the actlou of be party j Democratic Ticket Jl For Uallroad Commtsiloner k C C MCHORD J For Circuit Judge M C SAUFLEY k For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR BEET sugar wherever the local con profitalrfar beyond the average crop or try both to the farmer and the manu i facturer Two or three years ago the Department of Agriculture published i a special report on the growing of su gar beets In which the stimulation or the business bv bounties was deprec ed as wholly superfluous There Is 00 excuie whatever therefore for the y proposition In Congress to pay a boun ty of a cent a pound for five years aDd J smaller amounts for three years more if to manufacturers of sugar It Is oot necessary to hire men to go Into a busl nose that If successful offers profilll much above the ordinary t THE merits of the whipping post for wife beaters are once more under die cu alon In New York State President Roosevelt while in the Legislature several years ago made a atrenuo effort to provide this method of deallog with cruel husbands After he had col I f looted authenticated records showl the astonishing prevalence of this cowardly practice be proposed a bill prQ viding for the revival of the whlppl post for wife beaters only The met uro was defeated but It should oot have beeo The whipping post would furnish fit punishment for a number of offenses ANOTHER legislature la seekir lame by the anti kiss bill route The t Hon Barnes of the Tennessee goner assembly tteee tbo Virginian and the Mlcblgander one better by preeentl a bill absolutely prohibiting kissing by persons between the ages of 16 and 45 years In public or private unless mar rled Violation of the proposed act will mean a fine of 95 to 150 and one to 12 months Imprisonment The reason for so drastlc an enactment is not give but Its Introduction shows the love of notoriety evpn In small matter THERE Is a proposition in Congre to double the salary of the president of the United States making it 1100000 annum Not many years ago it wail and it was considered a big ea 1per But it was raised to 850000 aud if It Is necessary to keep down r surplus arising from thehlgh tarsi it will be raised to a million The moo ey might as well go that way as by other schemes not near as plausible ALL the Suttee in the union have their full quota of senators except Delaware which has none and of the 88- senators all told 61 ot them are lawyers Of the rest one Is a civil eng near two are doctors three are Jour i naliite and the others are banken miners farmers business men and politiciansIT that the private secretary of a senator succeeds to his position but a case In point is the election Leo Overman to the United States Son ate from North Carolina Ho was for many years secretary of Senator Zel Vance and Is a man of character and ability POLITICAL GOT Beckham has appointed W S Chelf to succeed Circuit Judge Me Beath In the Ninth district Judge MoBeath has resigned from the bench preparatory to becoming reporter of the Court of Appeals A S Denton has withdrawn from the race for State Senator In the dls trlct composed of Henderson and Un Ion counties The Sundry Civil Appropriation Bill as reported to the House carries 8200 000 for Kentucky river and 850000 for the Big Sandy The Tennessee House of Representatives passed the Romino bUll providing for the submission of nine important constitutional amendments to the vot ers of the State Judge S R Crewd8onoRuB8ellvlllo will not be a candidate for reelection to the circuit bench John E Byarsot Elkton and W P Sandldgo are candl atca to succeed him tS4 a4 J Edward Addieks has wlthdrawB from the race for U S Senator in Del awareSenator Hanna has Introduced In bill the Senate providing for the pay meet of pensions dad bounties to former slaves Colorados democracy has been reunited through the reelection of Senator Teller Senator Patterson says the State will probably hereafter be fouod in the democratic column Upon the recommendation of John W Langley Miss Alllo Combs wll be appointed postmaster at Hlodmao Knott county to succeed F B AIleD removed on the report of a poswOlco Inspector The Senate passed without diet slot the Elklng bill regulating railroads and Interstate commerce The measure resembles In some of its features the general antitrust bill framed by the House subcommittee on judiciary The Senate also passed the army appropriation bill The Independent measure creating a general staff was also passed LIBERTY Ray Logan Godbey preached here iiinilay Charles Sharpe has sold his grocery stock to Jim Cowden H W Phillips Is preparing to erect another business house here Mrs Alice Winfrey and Mollie Boll of Boyle attended the Lady Maccabee meeting Saturday night James Greor from the country has ought town property of Bud Glbonv tad will soon move to It The doors and windows for the Meth ollet church have arrived and work will soon begin to complete the church Mr and Mrs Scott of Lexlngt have taken rooms at the Exchange Ho telwhUe the latter is working up a hive of Lady Maccabees James Glbocy and wife celebrated heir tin wedding Saturday event wltb a social gathering There wero ores of tin and porcelain presents Sheriff Elliott arrested George Hlne hart and Satterfield Sunday as SUlpeCtS 10 the robbery of the six stores here some time ago Rlnehart confessed to- tbe robbery and showed tome goods that were taken Detective Pratt located thb thieves James GIbony the nominee for circuit clerk was In Louisville last week In consultation with the chairman of- the State central committee In thoI terest of the contest which Is threatened by his opponent Jason resloy We hoped the trouble would be settled without a contest but It- seems there is no way out of It THIS AND THAT Congressman J M Moody of the shevllle N C district Is dead John Tucker a Mason county farmer committed suicide by shooting THE firm of Lyon Hunn to- buy any horses at Brodhead yesterday Former United States Senator Honry lurena Dawee of Massachusetts Is deadTJe four vearold son of Ray Taylt of MadlsoavMle fell In a cistern and- wat drowned Starvation yellow fever and typh are causing death any suffering at Caracas Venezuela Dewitt Brewer of Indian TerrItory and Mies Mary Smith of Harrodsbur wero married in Danyille Within 20 years the South has creased its railway mileage 162 percent and its exports 05 per cent The Navy department has awarded ntracts for the construction of the armored cruisers Tennessee andWash Illinois Central Railroad Company is surveying the loog talked cutoil from Mayfield to Gllbortsvlll Since the passage of the Adams hneon Bill by the Legislature the questloo of voting the saloons out of illatln Tenn has been an absorblt themeThe large barn of Ack L Harned of ilton county burned Nineteen hon eJ and mules and a quantity of machln- ery and a lot of grain were also do- IItroyed Was On tho Democrat Side A number of years ago in the senatorial district then composed of Garrard Llncolo Boyle and Caaey the caodl- dates were tho Hon Ferdinand D Rig- oey of Casey and Copt Samuel Boone- who we believe was then living at- Daovlllo A joint debate wee arranged between the two and they spoke allover the district Rlgney was a mar of lnosense but his early educatloo- was neglected and ho was not as well- versed in the meaning of words as bil- lsmarter but lest solid opponent Oct occasion after questioning Mr- Rigney as to his position on a number of uestions then agitating tho people Bod getting answers that wero always satlsfactorv to his hearers Capt Boono- asked the old gentleman how ho stood on the doctrine of tranesubstantiation Mr Rlgaey had doubtless never heard of tbe word and It was a stumper Do- thought a moment and then brought- down the house and got the laugh on bls tormentor by saying I havent- given the question much thought but Ill promise you one thing I will be luro to bo on the democratic side Lexlogton Democrat w rrly ewFM NaA W IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Dr V B Hobson Is a candidate fol Mayor of Richmond John Breeding shot and killed Je8le Pickering near Middlesboro the result of a quarrel over a girl Floods at Middlesboro and vlclolty caused much damage washing out fivo trestles on the Belt lino Dick Lawson was sentenced to two years In the penitentiary for kUlIn Elijah Durham at Jolltco There are seven murdor cases on tho docket of the Laurel circuit court wbloh began at London Monday John Farrell who was arrested at Burgle on the charge of robblo freight cars at Harrodeburg was acquitted by the circuit court The only Kentuckian In the Iraduat lag class at Annapolis this year it a Whitley county boy Charles A Blade lv and bo Is well up in the list J T Black of Mercer has lIeven Iona and seven daughters whose com bleed weight Is 2742 pounds This II- Ian overage ot nearly 100 pound The Rlchland 011 Cohas just brouht In a good well on tho George Hammon farm In Knox This makes 12 produc log wells on this one lease of 75 acr- E B Glasscock of Lawroncobu ell heir to oneseventh of 1300000 worth of property by the death of a ousln In Texas He has gone to Dallas W T Hanks the Louisville contractor secured the contract for erect Inl the handsome new brick hotel to- be erected in Somerset by Newton Bra BJ Durham of Danville was the lowest and best bidder on tho heat Inl and plumbing work and secured tho contract- A Barbourvlllo dispatch says Dur Inl January there was twice as muoh eight shipped Into this place as thcro was during January 1002 This Is due to the great amount of goods the Bar luryille merchants are buying aod- tbe heavy freight shipped In tho way of pplles for the oil field A Lexington dispatch says Deputy railed States Marshal True arrests Pat Conley Indicted on charge of con ilrlng to Intimidate voters In the 1002 iglstratlon J J Galvin was arras ed on tho same charge Both were balled out for 81000 each Dan Dunes will also be arrested on samo chare They are to answer on May 12 beforo idgo Cochran at London SOMERSET Candlemas day hero was a mlxtry of insblno and shadow Wo trust the hard winds of Tuesday night bavo blown the clouds away for a season al today the sun shines brightly after lev- eral days of dark and dismal weather Despite the inclement weather the people of Somerset keep going and analog for future Improvements and- wo do not question as to whether Ihe- wUt grasp the opportunities offered her Ir not for with her corps of city cere and other representatives there 00 doubt of the anticipated growth of- the oily There was a crowded house to wit- nen HI Henrys performance Mondi ebt Miss Bettle Hlgglns of Crab Orchard Is a visitor at tho home of hor brother Sam Higgins Mrs Hlggli Is slowly recovering from a severe attack of grip Mr Bourne Gover has- been ill for several weeks but Is roo- ported considerably better The Immense storage tanks near the- dePOt nine In numberare not sufQcIe to hold all the oil and another tank will- loon be erected OH Is being shippi dally by the car load Perhaps these almost Incessant raIns Ul arouse the spirit of improving the horrlblo roads in the country unless It- II somewhat like the Arkansas travel In good weather one can put up wltb- tbe roads and In bad weather they can- oot be worked so It is bettor not to defer till tomorrow what should be done todayHI Henry gave a nice street puade with his handsome automobile and- brass band The new school building is almost finbbed the flag staff towers high ov badowlng everything in the cIty- and the stare and stripes will soon be- throwo to the breeze Long may she- wave oer the land of the free and the home of the brave MRS STAPP MysterIous Circumstance One was pale and sallow and tho otho lreshand rosy Whence the different She who is blushing with health uses Dr- KIngs New Life Pills to maintain ItBrg- ently arousing the lazy organs they com- peljtood digestion and head off conitlpa tlon Try thorn Only 25c at all Drug gist Mlllam Hooper Young a Mormon Bnd a grandson of Brigham Young was placed on trial In New York for tho murder of Mrs Annie Puiltzer- When he appeared in the court room ho was apparently suffering from collapse and physicians wero appointed to- examine him When you feel blue and that every- thlog goes wrong take a dote of Oham- berlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse and invigorate y ur- stomach regulate your bowels give you relish for your food and make you feel that in this old world Is a good place to UTe For sale by Craig t Hockor wiwta eKnr On ovory purchase made as an inducomont wo glvo tickets on fine docoratod Chlnnwaro Romombor our prices are always LOW and Chlnawaro FREE Call for tickets Good for tho yoar Nineteen Hundred and Throe flLflDRFor the year of 1903 tho Grand Leader will strive to please tho most exacting vjSTew goods are arriving daily including the newest weaves in drcssgoodsiincwhitQ goods oxfords piques laces embroideries corsets notions mens and ladies slopes clothing carpets mattings etc With the large stock mid reasonable prices wo have alwaysthore is no reason why tho Grand Leader should not have your trade AVe ask you to inspect our goods and prices Wo never insist on your buying Every purchase must suit you Your money back for the asking THE GRAND LEADERHAYS LEVY Props S B LEVYManaper NEW LIVERY STABLE- w SIIBBE I sm rrcrl JUNCTION CITY IZY TintClass Turnouts at Reasonable Kale Special Attention to Traveling Men Grata and nay For Sain NOTICE I N by miMM wnt t- tinMCRc u aiti J RaeansHRwtstle tm Ks aeJ ReMcca KHMllM i IwfonMMcaf J RatIM nt Ky G oseaseee sae RoMrt Reealea eA MM tottem wafer tIM fwm BUM ef RaCOt S M RtItM Stan IMtaIMU at FnaltfottK teNla sib JACK SALE We will on Vednosday larch i 1903 sell 10 Jack nt special sale Send ydn ntries in at once Fox tC LOG AX Danville Very Cheap farm ON EASY TERMS This Ii a farm of 145 nacre 9 mile from Stanford It Is within ono mile of a xwtoCUce church school stare mill cbeese actory and neara German ettlemeat Thd arm well preferred and Improved and ontalns a Urge amount of fine taw the Improvements consist of a Rood fram welling house S large rooms a doubt railed cellar and two porches two barns mo an extra goof frame cattle abed attached and arranged for curI- ng tobacco the other a log stable and wagon shed combined also a hennery a Imoke homo and corn crib There a Dm Qung orchard bearing a small vineyard and other small fruit The fencing U of rail and In good repair The farm ii watered with norcrfalllDg and two ell terns Tbe owner Is a nonresident and of fen this farm at a bargain on very easy eras For further particulate call on or ddres L Ii Hughes Becr Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Stanford Lie coIn County Kentucky IF YOU Contemplate travel North 01 South Eaet or West write ua 101 rates and printed matter VII can give you all the information 70 want Queen Crescent Route Is the Shortest Ilonto to New Orleani Jacksonville Atlanta Knoxville Cincinnati SavannabSbreVtport- Blrmlngbam and Texas points Di rectline to Cuba and Porto Rico S T SWIFT P T A Lexington W 0 HINEAUOK O P A Cincinnati J 0 CONN D P A Chattanooga NORTHBOUND Leave Moreland 112 p m Leave Junction City 452 n m 120 pm 000 am SOUTHBOUND LeAve Moroland 1160 p mt 1127 a m Junction City 113b a m llJ7am805 p m tt taraawwa oiJ t HOT TIME I Wo want to keep warm in January and February I by Irani hustling Coal being Marco lot title opportunity slip We have etncks eP goods to run out in order to nmko room IllIGtSpring eliipnionU You never again will such n ohance to put such SAVINGS I In your bank11r W Withers senior mombor of tho firm is now in tilt East buying good not only for this big store but ninny largo concerns In tM South Wo bay direct from manufacturer therefore wo art jobbow distributing Furniture Carpet Mtittlngs W nil PallOr Ac direct to tho consumer If you will honor us ilhn call our lino nml surroundings will sown convince you that wo arc out for ImaillOtltl louling a fullml1o WITHERS FURNITURE OMPANYI t Chattanooga Plows Tho above plow will be sold on trial Money refunded if their work It not satisfactory A trial is all we ask CEO H FARRIS A CO Stanford Ky r DUMB BELL Cuff buttons Ire have in stock a variety of theao in 10 largo a quantity and quality to suit the most exacting Other jewelry for ladles and gentlemen In latest T designs and finish and right prices cqn be found at my ajore W H MUELLER Stanford Ky For the year 1003 I Intend that my cue footers shall not fled me helplbsf or unable to flll orders when something a little out of tho usual U wanted My stock o- fGROCERIESIs now and will remain so complete that Itcon supply all ordinary and roost all extra ordinary demands Qualities are just as high as the variety Is largo and my prices will give an added purchasing power to dollars and centsi Watch this space each week Rod come regular and be convinced or phone fig and getjprompt deliveries J W PERRIN the Grocer tic Main St Stanford Ky ct THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY FED 0 1903 In filling your prescriptions wo uio proporUonlnot do better If yon ut doublo tbo price which la always reasonable Pen nvi Drug Store PERSONALS JOHN ENarE IAN li hero from Lou levllle JESSE TftAYLOii wont to Loulavlllo a Wcdnciday Miss MAGGIE SACIIAY was In Lan Hcaster this week BELLK DENNY Is with MlAnDolllo McKobertr Miss ANNA DARST Is now cashier r IQlJOHJjjtMISSCooperI Abram T wont to Versailles Tuesday to visit her sister MISSES ANNIE PENCE and Jennie Lynn are quests of Mrs J O Lynn a Danville CLAY UUPLEY Is holding a good po iltlon In a wholesale clothing bouse In St Louis Mss IL IllUniOUT of Mt Sterling has just presented her husband with a slaughter tblSI1 MRS J E rPORTMAN Is up witiMIt B D KENNEDY loft yesterday for Stoacgn Va to take a position as coat Inspector MRS MOLLIE WRAY Is visiting b daughter Mrs H O Daugbroan In KIMRburial of bis brother at Meadow Lawn near Louisville CliAKLIE SAUrLEY of Stanford was the guest of his brother Ilobt Saufloy Hlobmoud Ucjjlilor Miss DnUHA NKTLAND oftho Bait Rod has been with Misses Jeonlo and Nannie Brent Newland- MR JAMES MILIIORN the capable t miller has gone to Danville where wo hope ho will seouro a good postttonfluLINCOLN couo s olever t I anarseesor11girl at his house making five In all MBSSRS M O RBYKOLDS abd D 0toLewis of the Waynesburg seolloniook the train hero yesterday for a business trip to Frankfort and Louisville MR A K OlUUONS of Danville who Is raising oats by the hundreds eeeur cd two floe tpeelqp of the feline trlbo while on a visit to Mr W T Sml hero tbo other day MIt6SR8GARLAND SINGLETON and luiU Hughe are ageata for the Mutu Tl Life Insurance Co of New York I Mr A G Eastlsnd formerly represent ed this splendid company hero DR L P HUFFMAN who has been for many weeks Is able to be out and his friend are much pleased at t rapid Improvement ho Is now making and hope that ho will bo entirely In a short while Lejttngion Democr t LOCALS It READ Farris k Co plow ad ROOM for rent Mn E fllgglns FRESH salmon today T O Willis SCHOOL books eec supplies at Craig k Bookers tNEV Patterns In Galatea cloths j opened John P JoneswMONDAY oouaty court day Drop In and tell us some news WUAT Became of Parkor at Wai tons Opera Bouse Feb 27 tf TllOSB white mob airs and atom are tbo height of style Grand Lead s e WilY certainly Goto John P Jones for white goods embroideries fad lace ANOTHER list of delinquents will op pear In a few day Every tax unpaid will bo advertised MS Baugbman Sheriff ri ELOPED Lutber Gooch and Miss Mlltlo Adams both of tbo Southern T End heeaed not parental objects aae and eloped to Tennessee and wore ono THE exact amount of Lincoln coun J tyV assessable wealth according to Assessor Reynolds figures and Includ fog the raise made by the supervisors U 15023077 I AM again running my mill a solicit a share of your patronage p Islng good flour and meal The w has boon thoroughly renovated and Is In splendid condition to turn outwork Dont forgot mo Morris F TOE INTERIOR JOURNAL rises to ask the que tlon who keeps the sick list so frequently mentioned In Its xcbangCe and moro particularly lie the country correspondent There rio sick list keeper In coun ty and it the adjoining counties have them wo are behind the times and wo will at once petition the fiscal court to establish such an office and requea r that a good salary bo attached to It srFt CRUSHED Oyster Shells for chickens at Craig Rockers ROOM for rent Furnished or unfur nlshed Mr Annie Nowland 2t tlCtCIJOMtO000d second handed buckboad for sale Apply at this of flee r maJcoroomcorSingletonGET In on thoio xtrwide liam grGrandILLADIES If you want the most com fortable aboo you over wore buy ou Trcadeasy John P Jones wFOR RENT Four rooms reception good garden etc Apply to Mrs nie Lasley or L R Bugbcs 2t SAM TUCKER has moved his black and woodwork shop to Moroland nighimFOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rook Cockerel and liens A C Hawkins1 strain Mass Particular eddies Hubert 0 Carpenter Stanford Ky Laacaetstreet formerly occupied by W A Trlbblo Apply at this ofllco or write to W P Walton Lexington 4t ELECTRIC dgnalearoma being put up at the crossings of the railroad on Dan vllle Lancaster and Logan Aveoucs something that has been needed lo these many years d a lionhstore Wheat corn oats hf etc taken In exchange for flour meal shf stuff and cotton seed meal Dang4mer n I D0 will begin another In a short while those who have failed to pay their do not plank down at onto Tun Lincoln County Medical Society will meet hero next Tuesday 10th 10 AM All member aro requests to attend al Important biislneta Is to be transacted The subject for discussion is Fractureof the Hip Joint A STREET from Logan Avenue flito the lot of Mr Cicero Reynolds and Dr B OBannon up Blghcatlon Ave and through Lions J N d H Helm lore to Danvlllo Avenue f proposed and an effort Is being made build It MR E S ALt totlT of tbo Mt Vernon Signal come down yesterday and bought of this office a Cincinnati Cylinder press on which the Signal will soon be printed Mr Albright Is thinking of inert aitlng hie paper to a t4earoB column folio J R QeAxLBYloa another horse Wednesday sight The animal got head caught In the stable and was al most dead when found This makes nearly a halt hundred horses Mr Be lap has lost since bo has boon In tho livery business bore b0AS tbo crowd at Mt Vernon next emellill careat be will postpone his trip to that good townpill some more opportune season If any of our Rockcastlo patron aro on ba however and want to pay for cheapest end best we will be obllg ad to them If they will hand the money to Mr E S Albright editor of the Signal who will forward It to us a vistork and economy Years ago ho worked for Mr William Lackey on too farm which bo now owns at 10 p month Ho saved hie money and of a while bought also anise of let jinking only a part payment on It To Areaalnesae a brick house ornd besides having hie farm well tock cd ho owns bank stock and has other paying Investments Mr Anderson la poet the allotted ago of throe score and 10 but is yet In pretty good health and can do about as much hard worlr as the next one Tilt Advocate says that Col Isaac Shelby and Mr James W Guest will probably bo candidates for repress live It Is some times necessary to hoadomay a case However we believe neither of the gentlemen will otter for the office They realize that It la not worth the scramble that le necessary to make for It and as both of them arcgetting along In years wo opine that they would prefer spend rndatb or Mr ofmillMoving that he will not enter In fact maderodup taco the flag Hon M F North and Mr J M Alvorsoo Mr R L Bubble who has also boon mentioned for representative told an I J reporter ol1lceItype we learn that Mr W H John son of Crab Orchard Is an avowed candidate Lot Frank Adklns ax your umbrella COME whllo wo hero let us make your likeness Mill Satrap WAIT and sea the new wire lento at Biggins d McKlnney Something now HOUSE and lot good outbulld lags on East Main street for rent Wilt OUR line of flno white goods are dif ferent from others Styles distinctive Leader READ Jesse D Wearens Insurance largrn operabouoGasston Comedy Co which was to have played bero three sights very sensibly cancelled Its engagement AT the city council mooting lat the contract with the Water b blllilweroton and Messrs M D Elraoro and John M Stone wore appointed a committee to see what the proposed new street from Logan Avenue to Danville will cost W Or Speed woe granted a renewal of life saloon license TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL Is compellJ cd to ask Indulgence of its readers in tbo Woes and Southern node of Lincoln as well as that of those In Casey and Pulaskl The stopping of tho star route from Stanford to McKlnnoy makes it Impossible for our papers troth all of tbo point above on toI day of publication It was our Inten to tend tbo papers to McKlnney at own expense and from there they bupt our request for flail sacks and II thorn II not mercyOuradvance to Mr Florence and let him certify to too McKlnnoy postmaster that all postage had been paid and wa mt11for rcluedI the rules of tbo poatoUlco depart meat notwithstanding the P Oofficlals would be saved work and there would bo no responsibility on their part whet over We realize that Uunclo Sam Is Dccoleare toes It appears to us that too much tape Is being used and that common sonso and Judgment aro sot aside en tlrely In the meantime we aro doing what we can to have the starroute reo established and think that It cant bo very long until the mall wagon be tweeD Stanford and McKinney willlmaking Its dally trips Wo hope so at least CHURCH MATTERS ireltev E J Terrell will preach at Hebron tbo third Instead of too second Sunday In this month azElder J W hell of tbo Bible C logo Lexington will preach at Mt- Morlab church next Sunday at 11 A M Rev Mark Collls church at Lexlng ton has at lost adopted tbo use of an organ It was used for the first time Sunday Whllo religious exercise were at the Jail st New Castle Ind Otis Morris became enthused and en phpetcltheone The second quarterly conforenco tbeMorolandand Sunday Rev D J Ross will preach during the conference The London Sunday School Union yoextwhich snail lather a million new orOreatrow teachers will be needed fordIaAUthobenenLboloJoncourajted ottbethere Is a Catholic population of proporInAmericanSamoa undortbo FategomaDfrII Haggles of Melbourne Fla writes My doctor told mo I had Con sumption and nothing could bo done for me I was given up to die Tho stint of a free trial bottle of Dr Rings New Die corery for Consumption Induced mo to try IL Results were startling I am now on too road to recovery It surely saved guaranteedlorDruggists Price LOc and Trial bot tie free J D Weareo Insurance fluent Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents Tho Home of Now York tho largest company In the 1J15918r4J943Surplus 1000868735 Farm proporty In Casey Sarrard and Lin coin counties Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky Pianos and Organs sellallclrculnrMoateaegro Hemp Seed For Sale I cleantivatedfor sale aldresDANK NOTICE I thoestato verlIAdministrator Timber For Sale I oftimberAnd there are between 3000 and 4000 trees For particulars call oa or write to PDaldack FOR SALE I 1ouse and lot on Whltloy Avenue Stan Jorsoymilkniture will be told very cheap If sold In the nottNice Home For Sale I I will sell at sale in front coulLboueijjCountynice home on West Main street Itcontains six rooms Las good stable xSllouieW A TBII1DLK Attorneyj POSTED I v tjforbid4JCthosuch Mike lOlter Mike Fnshanner Slat thaw Prlciler and Christian Drlellerj PUBLIC SALEOf Valuable Real Property As administrator with will annexed of Clara W Singleton deceased I will on 1903dthe town of Stanford Ky son ac public outcry a house and about three acres of In the town of Crab Orchard Said lIon pr th adfoinstheopertySaid property will be sold to the highest and beet 1artlcs desiring Jatbalance yyM ItAUnilUAN Adnlnlstrator with will annexed of Clara W Singleton deceased PUBLIC SALE I Having sold our farm we will on Mot of Lib AllddleburgTurnpikeog iDivonaltr towit Two high bred brood t w goodorkernoltmoutCblef pairyearlingYearling Shorthorn bnl t yearling heifers endIleenl suokllng calf 10 head of hogs barrelmowingoloclockTermJIIJ weft 8nowx PUBLIC SALE I personaltyf TerryGoodecry on the premises on- TIIUItSDAY FEB U tromlIutonvllle QWellJDgofoUbulldlnJ1lAtland lying one mile South of the farm on propertyof corn in the crib five stock hogs weight tourhogstop buggy and harness mowing machine s shelterhouseholdTCUMS Land ono 1alt cash balance Jan 1W4 note with lien bearing 0 per cent ppalllfdesired theeany one eels EDWAHD Auxiiv Agt agFORRENT WmUIOJ P P MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J K Beaxlevs Livery Stable RIB Malioiiy Insurance fluent Fire Life Accident and Tornado None but tho larg est and beat companies represented Phono 82 Stanford Kentucky DRCarter DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myers House Flats 20 Per Gent REDUCTION ON All WinterSuits And Overcoats l Cummins S McClary t 3 15 jj f a J FEBRUARY 1 We always reduce prices o- noWRcorTsThis is done for two reasons First we need the money that is tied up in them Second they are in our way and we need every inch of space in our room At these prices you can well hfford to put them away for next season Our 500 Coats are now 400 Our 1000 Coats are now 700 Our 1250 Coats are now 900 Our 1500 Coats are now 1150 These Are Spot Cash Prices sh- ToCarma HJMRoberts i m A Life Insurance IItR t Irt er 1 k YOUR MONEY and pays big dividends We are making some r t9l Iand Percales Etc Buy t L McCalls Patterns l Ij j kindsj 1 I fjJ SEVERANCE SONHI JOHN BRIGHT JR COQ Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware anti Cutlery Stoves and Tinware Glass and Queensware nIl kinds of Garden and Field Seeds Lime Salt ajid Cement OLIVER PLOWS 11 Full stock of Steel and Wood Beams and all Kinds of REPAIRS W E PERKINS t I lb Orchard Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered n the potti jflce at Stanford at icondclatt matter PabUboCi oruS1L3I ancS 21 av AT 1 PER YEAR CASH JIr When not topitdsaOO will beehsrgsd KNOXVillE DIVISION o24tTrtln going Nona 1146 a m 02II 230 a m 05 II II South 1223 am No23 II t2 2PD PARKERS HAIR Cltuwrt end imotinc lh lull IVonowi a tanitent cnnrth Ner Jail Bettoro JIatr to lt Youthful dimwt tiiur BIens l1ot Drum J VV PRICEProprietor Blacksmith and Carriage Re pair Shop East Main Street STANFORD Does a general business la both lines and Your paUn ace solicited Horseshoeing 60c All other work ID proportion i A 8TRICE Surgeon tl Dentist Stanford Ky r OKe oT r McBoberUDrag Store In tht Owslsy I Building R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky a Offlc over Biggins McKlnneyi Ston 1Teleph No 91 fJoseph Price THE Infirmary U all the year tor the treatment of snrglcal and chronic diseases and for con saltation Board and nursing shall be cub in advance weekly and monthly Prates sional bills 3uo when serrlces are rendered and must b paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food Sale Stable Liberty Kyl Drummers Bigs a specialty High Orado llorse and lulus bought laid eed horses receive personal attention A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers bis services as Auotoine r to the people of Lincoln County He will please both in work and price Write to him TraHlor ficeDEALERS IX r Wblsku Brandu Wines Beer ftGICloieto Depot KYI Prompt anl polite attention Nothing but the be to drink Mail phone cr telegraph orlers receive crompt attention Miss IdaL M Snyder Treasurer of the Brooklyn Kant End Art Club I If women would more attention to their health we would lave more happy wives mothers and daughters and would observe results would Ind that the doctors prescriptions do not i perform the many cures they are given credit lor In consulting with my druulst ht ad vbed McElree Wine of nM and Thed- ford BlackDraught and so took It and hue every reason to thank him for I new life opened up to me with restored health and It only took three months to cure me Wine of Cardut is a regulator the menstrual functions and is a most as tonishing tonic for Women It cures scanty too irreg ular painfulDlenstruation falling of the womb whites and is W len approaclmg womanhood during pregnanc alter chld birth and in change of life It fre uently brings a baby to homes that havo barren for eara All- druggbts hve 100 bottles of Wine of Cwui WINEofCARDUI 1 H 6t l FARM FOR SALE I desire to sell my arm of 100 acre loca ted on Knob Lick K mile of Knob Lick Station It Is all No1 forming land near ly half of which U In cultivation the re mainder n nineGross Has on It a goon rbuantlal dwelling good barn and other outhouses Well cistern springs and pond Thote desiring to buy a small aim do well to see my place S W OIVENS Stanford Ky STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Hya cinths Narcissus Floral designs on short notice Bedding and vepotaoio i of all kinds In season Phone 29rlng 3I JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call Hustonville Property for Sale I will offer at private sale my property situated on the north of Main on east side of College street In Hustonville Ky consisting of hotel and llrerr stable and vacant lot This property is well ar ranged for hotel or house and livery stable on samo a nice livery barn 5x75 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes and va cant lot for private It desired water In abundanco Property Is well arranged tor prIvate r08ldenco and Is now rented for If you want good paying property In Hustonvllle call on or address D 8 Carpenter Huston vllle Ky To the Coal Consumer I Having bought out Hlgglns tc Blots the coal dealers we are now to furnish the people of Stanford and surrounding country the best brands of coal at the lowest market price for cash Farmers we will take your nay and corn In exchange for coal at the market price We solicit your trade and weight for money Orders received at coal house lour U or lloonel I1very Itable No Boone c DunsuveatS- TRlfFORO KY J+ + JYJC f Y tTNIEItrAKEIt E3IBAL5IFK Apd Dealear In AENSSS SADDLERY fcO Stanford Ky J L Beazley 6 Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AtSO DliLIM IH Furniture 91attlii SRags They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right HTANFORD KENTUCKY DR FENNERS KIDNEY nlDropsy Female Troubles and Backache KidneysBladder Back- acheDeartDlleaseara Dont become discouraged There li cure for you If necessary wrllo lr Fcunet Ho has spent a Ufa time curing just suck cases asyoure All consultations Free Your Kidney and Backache Cure bos cured two very bad cases among our custo mcrs tho past year whom the doctors had given up J L STILL CO Woodland la- Drugglits roc II Ask for Cook Book Free STVITUSDANCE CURE Pure Cure Circular PFenuer FredonlaN Y i LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Idollta 200ti brought 111000 at tho Madleon Square Garden sale Wlltoo Alexander sold to Fount My ers a bunch of fat boss at 5c As a rulo gray horses attain n greater age than those ot any other color P W Ray of Lexington sold to At ley of Atlanta a pair ot bay horses for stallion Mackey Wilkes by Red Wllkes dam Lady Mackcy chan cd hands at 9500- 0Fortythree out of 105trottera that have records of 210 or better were bred In Kentucky Roy Beazley bought of Lebanon par ties for P Reid a couple of elxyoar old mares for 1150IDurnell Herz refused 835000 for McChesney tho great race horse Sires Bros made tho olrerI W P Glvens has bought a 15horso power gasoline engine to use for vari ous purposes on his farm Monte Fox of Danville bought of Brldgewater I ODanlel ot Marlon eight cotton mules at 815- 5Slxtyono pigs from Vaodcrbllts great Blltmpro farm sold for 813000 Tho first one offered went ate015I A tract ot 20000 acres in Western Kansas has been bought by Indlanaand Ohio capitalists for railing Polled An gus cattle J K and J H Baughman bought a carload ot Clydesdale horses whllo In Indiana They will uio the marcs for breeding purposes It Is 335 years since potatoes wore in trodifced Into Ireland In the region of Elizabeth John Qawklns brought them from Santa Fc In Spanish Amer icaAt a sale of J T Freeman near Bur gin 29 big cattle sold at 83 a hun dred horses at from 65 to 890 mules 895 to 8125 cows 125 to 810 hogs about CS a hundred J M Roberts Is still In tho market for live stock He bought of Yates Burton 18 yearlings for 8213 and flvo plain yearlings of John Cundlff for 865 He bought some butcher stuff of various parties at So Somerset Journal There were 200 cattle on the lIar rodsburg market Monday Seven hun dred pound cattle sold at 823 COO pounders at 820 common calves til butcher stuff 3c and milk cows at 820 to 835 Three teams of mules sold at 8250 to 8300 per pair says the Herald Coffey Bros Robertson agenta for W9 Dryo Co bought of Tandy Price a pair of fiveyearold mules for 8360 Sam Lewis who Is a largo produce dealer stated that ho Is satisfied that Adair county realizes annually 860000 for poultry and eggs Adair News J C Johnstone bought of Sim Cook 10 shoats and of Abo Smith 15 hogs at 56 Jonas Well bought a bunch of 160 hogs averaging 200 pounds from J C Caldwell Jr at Go Charles Waro hat sold to Reb Goddanl of Burgln his fine jack Kentucky Colonel for 8760 Eugene Mooro sold a lot ot butcher stuff to J C Johnstono at 3o Will Burke sold to Johnstone somo 200 pound butcher stuff at 3c Advocate Better Than Gold I was troubled for several yeats with chronic indigestion and nervous debili ty writes F J Green of Lancaster N II No remedy helped me until I be RQB using Elcctrio Bitters which did me moro good than all tho medicines I over uiedy They have alto kept my wife In excellent health for years She says Electric Bitters are just splendid fer fe male troubles that they are a grand ton ic anti invigorator for weak run down women No other medicine can take Its place in Our fanily Try them Only 60c Satisfaction guaranteed by all Druggists FAIR DATES The following Is the list of fair dates fixed for this year Richmond July 13 6 days Grab Orchard July 224 days Georgetown July 28 4 days Cynthlana July 4 days Danville August 4 4 days Madisonvllle August 4 days Lexington August 10 0 days Fern Greek August 18 4 days Lawrcnceburg Auguit 18 4 days Shepherdsville AugUst 25 4 days Bardstown Sept 5 Jays Elizabethtown Sept 8 4 days Bowling Green Sept 15 4 days Owcniboro Kentucky State Fair Sep tember 21 days Nearly Forfeits His Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill For four years it defied all doctors and all reme dies But Bucklens Arnica fialve had no troube to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Eruptions and Plies 25c at all Drug Stores Capt W L Thomas a veteran river man was drowned at Augusta Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster i Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Every hlng first class Porters meet all trains 89 Sheriffs Sale For Taxes r On Monday Feb 9th 1003 between tho hours of 0 A M and 4 P M at tho courthouse door in Stanford Lincoln county Ky I will oxnoso to tho hlghost for club in onnl1 nnd connt taxes tho following property or so much thereof as may bo necessary to said taxes This list will bo lished oneo a wook for four weeks nnd tho names will disappear as soon an tho tax nnd costs arc Cost of advertising 82 When call to pay your taxes plonso bring along 0 per cent on tho amount as well as tho tho amount duo and 82 for advertising STANFOIID WHITE J II Bough 73 acres land 8 2 CO Tennessee Brummutt 5 ncrcs 3 27 John S Galnos lot 2 W John R Johnson 37 acres 2 Richard Robinson lot 1 00 STANPOim COLORED Ball Mrs Edith U acres 85 Bright Polly lot 60- Harriett Carr 10 acres 1 10 Albert Christopher lot 65 Gco Cowan 4 acres 3 70 Solon Craig lot 1 00 Dick Evans 3 aoros 1 05 Bob Harris 3 airos 2 Wm Hays aero 1 80 Squlro Illgglns 1 aaro 80 Wyatt Hill It aoros 45 Charley Hooker 16 aoras 2 05 Agnos Jones lot CO Lillnrd Mng lot 1 46- Lytlo Mary lot B5 M D MoRoborto 4 RCrosMJohn Sandldge 6 ncros 3 70 Roy Stewart 3j ncros 1 08 Annlo Wado 38 aoros M Tom Woods 4 ncros 2 00 Illckmati Monroo SO ucras 4 76- CRAII OllOllAtm WHITB Reynolds Ovoy 1C noros 1 80 Lewis O P 100 norus 1 06 Hink L T 100 noros 3 46- Baohlngor Ladlalnw 7 aoros 2 OS Dullard Sara 64 aoros G- OBentloy Dr pro auras 1 10 Daughorty David 70 aoros 1 16 Delanoy Mrs Kato 60 aoros 30 Denny Kllia A and J B 10 aoros 30 Donny Balllngor 20 ncros 1 85 Donny W P 35 aoros S 00 Dlshon Louis 33 aoros 6 08 Gastinoau Jas Lao 01 aoroj 1 70 Haggard Holrs 80 aoros 00 Hutehlson W 0 lot 4 40 Junuosky Jobri 100 aero8 3 Linnoy J M 1000 aafas 10 Lynch J F 20 noros 1 80 Petroy Adam Jr 2 aeros I 80 Sraitn J L 18 aoros 1 Smith Mrs Artnlna 140 aeros 1 65 Stringer Lincoln 10 aeras 2 96 Thompson Clias K aercs 1 86- Wnrdle Wm norw 30 CKAll OltCIIARD CdLOKB- OHnrdln Rev JIll acre S 05 Hays Caroline U acres 1ft Johnson H nry 0 acres S 06 Rico Btndn 1 aora Suttoh Ym6 aeros 2 10 fA ycl noROwIIIUI Althaaie Fred M acres Ilattln llrs aarea- HrecVtoJd Fre l M aere a ft Drown W 8 186 acres 1 II Drown O L I acres 1 fl Cook W n 41 aeres 7 II Frailer Urs IS acres Olllcm J 0 lot Uarrls J 13 aern 10 Moore Mrs Malvlnn li acres as Morgan M F Others 1M aercs Molllns Alt acres Mulllns Mrs Para Ut 14 Myers A 0 JO sore 3 10 Odear Ilobt E 8 acres 3 H 1ratt n W 18 aores Bbeplor JII Augnst JJO apres 11 81ms Catherine aqrea 10 Walters Elizabeth lira Macrts ill White T W 73 aercs 3 50 Wilson Jobn 10 aeres U Wood 111115 acres WATflcHnoua U cotoncn Ilunn Hrs 110 acres 03 IIDSIONVILLB WIHII Martin HezektahS acres Irstber D n 53 acres 8 00 Reynolds Milton 28 acres 3 i0 Sludrr Mrs Martha 23 Vardoman Alex aero 3 05 Wagoner Thomas 8t acres 2 U Dastln Dave IK acres 3 05 llurton Alvin lot 3 U Cannon June Wm 8 acres 6 U Carter n 0 13K acres I Carter 0 S 25 acres 3 05 Cook Marlon 10 acres 80 Estes Sallie J ost II acres 20 Estes Oeo W 41 acres Floranc 25 lame 85 acres Floranc Manley lot 3 25 lone Mary P IIU8TONV1LLE COLORE- nBeaty Rene tot 10 Brown Tlnsloy lot 3 00 Burden John 38 acres 3 20 Glord Joe lot 10 Cloyd Jobn Lucas lot M Collins Jobn 5 acres DlnwUJlc llrs i rcn- Oltltsple Jant lot Glvens Anderson lot 90 Cilveni John 16 seres t JS Good Frank acres j 70 Jarnin Rlchafi i acre j 80 Jones OKar Lee 6 acres i IS Jones John acre McKinney Campbell lot McKlnney Oscat t 0 Riflt Jot Dick So acres 90 Roblnwn Julian i acr Ross Ifenrj lot 0 Smith Paralee lot Steel Thomas lot s Trice Mitch tot i Welch James tot I WolJrlJje Charles acres i 05 M S Baughman S L C At L J D Patten J B Shanks Darter Biliousness Makes Wfaea llwr U torpid and falls to do Its work the bile uteri the blood at a virulent pDllOnlThen comes constipation billousneaa sick headache levers Det malaria The only treatment that rUea the Urtr Just jbc nab touch and sUru Natures work in the right manner I- sAONSILIVERPILLSD J DTONIGPELLTS Tbc pffl loaches the llrer and the pellet too tbcL system SS doses orJo dap cost IS eenu and no less your cue U eiceo4U gly bad JOt v will ba well before you Bnlah them Sample tree For sale at all dealers FOR SALE BY W D MROBERTS AND AT PENNYS DRUG STORE First National KYIOf SI nford BankI 50000 This Institution was orlglnallv eaUbllihed as the Dcpmlt Hank of Stanford In till then reoreanlieJ at tho National Rank of Stanford In IBftS and again reorganlted the First National Ilaik of Stanford In 1181 havlne had praetleally an unlntor rUI114 ublenco for 4S Is better UPIt11d now Itb fMllltlea for transact ing butlnns prompUy and welt than ever before In IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAHITAL STOCK BOOOO Directors Owsley II W O Walker Oeo W Chronic Invalids tii as It Successors to Tbc Farssrrs Rank TrMt Company and under same management oontlnoouily for 38 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Control Kentucky Real Estate Exdi ne TITLE CO Stanford Ky K I ItwtM ss4 M U tHaaforiQTS rmeif haU ronh a IMr 0 fteoe to riivirkn a4 tckooL cs Ior1II me I Mo J 8ml fan IT tens Smlln fclaa ford IeMol fnf goo4 raowi Ivrk t rcri toJ I tefsrtda O oJ acU oihw kvlMlofi la itooj Ir OutlnilxirHj wdl boenl j r ett1UilUa 4tH un In tNIt t tre IB Ir- aMiIl at IH MI I Aln llId W MW rpla a telll sad lIu PH Uad adMniBg sM br IW aed 1 n taa Ia Mo SIIoe sad lei ta Staahnl llwun eoa- allll tie rwmi lloed H alia ixl t scrrs of ItnJ wilifHMcJ On Af re4llf tlMtMlD te lD tovn room eaoata In front Itt t4hM nttagn or a IIl6r froa Id uUl Ie lit rntug awl hi BI bl8 WUI1IOI lCIr u lbe ownvr WMt bat ntootf Ko 4T Urr Irsui dwelllnt rooms hill and nnL kx J irOrn toetor aa4 bew M In pxxl repal Fsr oal or nat rift rwortaM iNo SHMM and lot la RtsnbM Thie nornt and front twnb UooJ nl o ami liable Osod rrMlr WinUioUebwp No 7 l t Stafford lH torl 5 rooaia Hood garden imokesDJ oeal hwuc only o 8 Farmof orr1eolUnlktn Stan lerd on coua road JS tritn In allure 1 good nhanli mi In tlmUr Twe mail coltacn pKi bUD and outbulUInp well waurtd and lenetof fairly ra can U taught at Jour prl U one lit ia In Indlmapo Hi and niuit ball money No 120wUlaltol11t room ball ami porch nr oUlbulllal aod Aloo II Iwo itory start room 29x60 teet lower room mppllM with ewiaten ihelres etc Water is d velllM and torerooEaalneiiUrn and well oa place Snail tot back orawr One mile froni BtDlord Uulldlnn In coo l repair and dwrlllnic orlglnjllf eeet 11100 Will s both bt I860 or srfiarattlvNo milt of Crab Orthard Ky Uriek dwalllnjc I room two tenant hoUKS two barns tprinj near dwelling Farm In hlltb IIIte ot eulllfallon 1M torn rUer tutlom land good frnclnj fruit etc Irlo tflM an acr No ll100scrtot land on l ncaatar street In Crab Orchard oppo lte Spring In 1m proTementixc ptlarf tock tarn abundane of itock water building alia In town 1rlcc 130u0Noll1A nice collin and lot on Lancaater itrtet Htanlord 7 noioi good clitern etc Coot II will aill lor 11000- No 11A farm of scm near HuitonTllle Dwelling of tlgbt roomi ball veisn la etc On tenant houw nock barn largo tobacco barn and other oulbuUdlngi tlncrn and food well In tss yard and water In errrr field on the place Farm cut In wren fleldi and Dntclau laod No 3OA aim of acrr frame dwelling tour rojmi good ateck barn and all uecetsary out bulldlogi henclng rood well watered cut In flis Heidi M acre In cultlratlon mt in blils Ta i I M than half wile from turcplk We offer this place for only po per crt No Jl Home of lira foo rnoma and lour screj of st Mt falem Ky lUght on turnpike weUwlfred fencing a d all buldlngs In n pair Unlmproreil land adjololng Ihla aold for 130 perecr sell tblihoui lor or ex cbang fur erty In Utanlord or McKlnney Ky This within a atonea throw of churchea scbooli tore Ae No 31 M1crea of land In Itockcaitle for HIe or exchange Hat all neceuary Improrements wen watered Ac Will ba sold at a bargain No 6Oarm of seres altuate l near Klngv rill Ky acres In cultlratlon In tirulwrrnt In writ walfl two tann and other goo1PAlr DwelllnlcomPJInllra a Is wltbln or Ibree cbarebe- acbool iwatofflca and a depot rropertv liea on pit BOa county road and la tba moet doilrabla Ltrm In tbal Illoa W wllllell Ibe wbol farm or or la farCe11 ot not lrel Ibl130 aeltl 1- 0aU1urchr cernly cbp 1roOr No 63rm of 75 acres near Warneaburg Dwelling good barn pie Well Iued sad ga In repair 1roducllre lime atontland In goodnelthliorbOO dON to acbool too rood A arm of300 acres In Lincoln county Three good dwelling 8 good b rni aod other out building each houae barn etc about the cenur of 100 acre All on county road M mils from church school and Jars well and well watered This li a loud tobacco farm and would lult two or thr e fitntllo that rolKbt want In corns from the HOle neighborhood Illce reatonabl Officers J 8 HOOKER Prest Jl VlononFUT8 Ohr W II WKAHKNIlkpr DlFactors V Reid Danville 8 T Harris Stanford 18 Hooker Stanford W I Walton Lcslnfctcn K L Tanner M Btraoro Stanford II Stanford T Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubblo J II llauebman Stanford W P Tate SUnford Officers n 811ANK8 President Ji D OW8LKVOaahler W M nillOIITAsst No at A apltadM tana of O ara handaous two Matry Mt ta roeoi rrasMdelUsMC with water aihl llgbw aa M a Ie 8 W I In Ou sbii It a IIraW fttt Mog uil muM II tkcrily llMlU la ill hi fill graded Irani a arti J Tax feMBg geed plan 1f1I1filIIaM will k pU ai Wrjiln No UA fans t aavm la Oa ey eeunty Ky Ooeando hilf itury dwelling with all rooMik good barn auj other outlMUdlngt JSxty a m In ralttraitoa 41 errs la timber fratt lire ole Iuy well n eovajly n J doM to cburthes febaoI t lltfoe t No SS IMM sen and H UM laloi Mua roHoit frraader oillar et All Her ry llIeUdla Rxtf kirn all W relr t aiald and carer lIoI 4 gahUo ai t lIe Iou tot n ty fralt M 4ae frk IIIW- N aIM rsX UnaiaFsrJ SMialy Kaa aUuilMfrwarallrMdaiid 4 atlMfna Arias aa nr n aarracf la 4k rlter imum li lnt cia latxf aod In grsaa Tbta land II tar sale Nat fannof ma f a sMrmUealrm Klan alredtIBIIIIItI ItlIBP WIN larID al donI Malmiirdrtrcrra Dt rl Owner of tan arm adMalBg tbn baa wmtly retmnl fH wr aen W rtbU at 1178- 0KMFano ol IIS aemld Cawy ewmtr Two it ry fraH dwrniog karaa and other outbMOdlsg In guud re r HrieDdld toWMC land ami la good ooutwinliy A bargain at two No KFartoofll aer In Caajjr eminty A ne two Iory 1 fraNe oW OUItMtlldlHCtwell watered two wella prlng eta Tbli U a d alrabi bow 1rieet tl31iO No M Fifty arm nnr I aaant Point Ky Fran botue troomt and porch llarn and otherDutbulldlngi Sacnsisi rulUrall n reat In lim lllceacbootaa4unll Irlce 11Illedtrena milfrvabuyerf rantOuQtotlOOOOfirmetoM to town No It 90H arrea of land near Cub Orchard cbrap No 10 Twoitorr houte 9 room ballTeranda rlotld laod dlololnlllllllanlord lrop cUtlrnNo 22 HoUMol Troomi porch on am of townIrlcaSUafdFumaloe ilabls and wagon shill combined lbe other an extra good tram with cittle ahnl attached AllbeanrFencing In good repair Well waterrd 2 cbUrna etc Tbli farm hIS be o occupied by a former own hInror tor half Ira 0 nnt ad eoIUat1 In rrrrctCotlhow Will aell for 12 600 No 24 Dwelling of room with 20 acre lind oatboUdlapIn Immediate poaaoMloo rrlc900 crudasultebllordlIIolpaperej and painted 4 room and reranda each A al1t on HOle UIft1 as table OooJ iuden VacaaUol lol lherr troat b 200 fldHp Allot tbli property li In lx ndonKy mooeylroprletor onlyreUODfor fann Lincoln OuatSclorer and bluegra except 10 acre no waate land an1brancblbroulhproductlre crow neuip and tobacco Kewly fenc orchrdImproremMtdwelling wardr bc In Neb room pantrtea cellar boUlfbUDdpolrIIOftloe SomenelIIIwrllIOItplenoilL R Hughe Secretary Treasurer r