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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t f SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL i VOL xxx STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 13 1903 9AM NO 99 I IIKINGSVILLE Eld Jones of Lexington the splendid young1 pastor of iho Christian church here le expected next Sunday I wAll bet appointment Rev Wft Davidson Oiled his appointment at tbo BaplOtohuroh dundlY Mr Davidson always had a good congregation Our Normal tohool icoma to be male log proprct Mlist flicks and Grit tin have qulttt it largo class In Gorman w Little M IU Dora Ktirnay is iald to have been the flrsi to learn the alpha bet Born to Mn John MoKee a pool and grandpa MoKeo li mighty I proud of iho future Ilitlo democrat Mu Fannie Carey has returned from a protracted vlili to her ton Will sod n faally HI Lebanon Junction Mr ifWallaed Walter and baby of Stanford s homo Sunray after ependlne oreral dajn with relatives hero 0 i A Walter vUltcd Stanford Sunday t Dr B F Walter of Lancaster ex pected to praatlco bli profe ilon bore Will King loft Sunday for Tennessee Mr Dlnopo one of our good citizen I GrantIllcounty several week since and bal been In quarantine and now quite sick and unable to return home Ed j Carey It spending a taw days with the horaefolki LpboldrTueiday a son Mill Mar arlo ttou ten will return ihortly to LoxlnRton where the will rciumo her mantua waking Mr C O Baker expect to visit Louisville soon where the will select Spring millinery Dan heater li enlarging bll restaurant building and will take In M a partner Sebaitlan Chevolott The new firm will run a Urstclass restaurant Mr J M Mo Party ti running the hotel to cult tbo public judging by the numerous patrons be hap W L McCarty expeau to start hl new lathe and planing mill very soon and the now firm Campbell t Hodges of Lexington will start up within 30 day a largo law mill a short distance from the depot where they desire to have a now wltcb put In All kinds of timber will be used K W Crclgbton li agent end bookkeeper for the now firm 11thetNtOItTtlNATttoR most unfortunate loiter la the Kngllth al phabet because It le never In cash al way In debt and never out of danger yet the aforesaidletter 1s never In war yet always In peace It li the beginning of existence the commencement of l f ease and the end of trouble Without It there would be no bread no meat no water no life bo gospel no father no mother no brother no slater no earth no heaven or hell Exchange The scratch of a pin may cause the low of a limb or even death when blood pel Honing results from the Injury All din per of this may be avoided howtvor by promptly applying Chamberlains Pain Balm It Is an antlseptlo and unequalled ai a quick healing liniment for cut burltrts and burns For sale by Craig A llockcr f During tbo consideration of the Sun dry Civil Appropriation bill by tbo House amendments were adopted pro viding 9500000 for remcdallng the mate building of the National Capltoi end 1750000 for the purchase of a Bite for a now Congressional ofllce building To say a pleasant word to anyone was almost impossible was troubled with female weakness tor JIM rears and tufTctcU more than I can tell writes JoIn Gust toocr of Ortndo Dttrlcxlge Co Mont Iry dUpotltloa wu tffedtd to such an extern Wit toura plctunt word to ujou wu lmot mpadbit a I hal two opera oneofthemoatkaledsurgton but did not get reller mydoctors uktagDrrteserlptlon and ootden MeditaiDla coTtrjr and aha fot the advice CommoaBeuu vliera I continued thU treatment for three months and ta dap am at healthy and welt ai a woman can be I cannot thank Doctor Tierce enough for his kind letters tame Womanly die eases as a rule spoil thefldUposU because ute extreme nerv- ousneSS and suffering cause Happiness as well as health is to the woman whose diseased condition is cured by the use of Dr Pierce Favorite PrescriptionAfter years of suffering and two fruitless three months use of Favorite Prescription restored DI Moser to perfect This remedy womans ills establishes regularity dries weakenln drains heals and ulceration and cures female weakness The Common Sedge Medical Adviser looS large pcper covers is sent free on receipt of si necent stamps to pay expense o mnillnt only Addre Dr R Y Pierce Buffafy N Y NEWS NOTES Corn old at 83 at Llnncya solo in MeroerIA snowftlld caused a serious railroad wreck In Montana All the cotton mills at Dover N H were closed by n strike Tredeaar Iron Work at Richmond Va Buffered n 1100000 tire Eleven men are Imprisoned In a burning mine at Eveletb Minn Jason L Craft aged 67 fell Into tbo tire In Lotcber county aud was fatally burnedA women who took the places of strikers ai Lynn Mass were pelted with egg- Nearly 7400 women aro employed In the varlon government departments at Washington The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will build an 8000000 bridge across tbo Em river Dr Uerman Mynter who was one of President McKinley physician when ho wabot la dead Teaman Taylor a patient at the Western Asylum fell from his bed and died from the effect In a flgbt near Part over n horse trade Dan Skinner shot lie Pluckott five times In the back Robert MoSparroo a pugllti was shot and killed by Thomas Prather a bartender at St Jotcpb Mo II T Smith United States Vice Consul General to Cairo Egypt died at Genoa IIII homo was at Vlncennc Ind It Is believed In London that there will be a massacre of Christiana and a war between Bulgaria and Turkey soon Dr M L For ytbc health officer In ilercor says smallpox has been entire ly stamped out In that county There wore 22 eases While brooding over flnanolal trouble John Krema treasurer of the Woodmen of the Worl killed himself at Sobuyler Neb Dy putting aside their weekly pence tbo school children of Atlanta Ga have saved enough to purchase an ele phant for the local zoo The longmotor Doxology was sung boll were rung end whistles blew celebration of a prohibition vlutory a the poll at Morrlttown Tone 13urketvlle le trying to Interest cap ital to buIld a railroad connecting that town with Glasgow It wilt require about 11000000 to build the 30 miles c track George 0 Rue uiod 10 pounds of dynamite In committing lulojdo and It took tbaLou vlla coroner two hour to find enough of the body to hold an InquestU Consul Durkc at St Thomas was arrested at Chicago and lined for being drnk and disorderly and flour thing a pistol Do formerly lived In Lnultvlllo Gennaro Rublno the Italian anar ohlil who tried to astatslnata King Leopold of Belgium hit boon ten fenced to Imprisonment for life at pen al serltude The Judgment of lh6 Marlon circuit court In tba long and iborl haul cases azalnst the L ft Nwas reversed by tba court of appeals Judges Hobton Settle and Nunn dissenting At Wllllamitown during a dispute which arose In a saloon over a trivial matter B F Lantec cut Frank blue lelman throat Mudeolmnn died short ly after the wound was Inflicted Frank Underwood was shot from am bush and killed while engaged In cut ting crosstle near Olive Dill Carter county Georeo Henderson Is in jail at Grayeon charged with the shooting Milton Hamilton aged 81 and ono of the wealthiest men In Scott county wai found dead on the pavement near bli home at Georgetown The supposition li that ho fell from a eecond story win dow and was klllnd The steamer Madlana wont ashore on a reef near Hamilton Bermuda Ono hundred passengera aboard for a pleas ure cruise wore taken from tbo wreck after great difficulty and amid condl tioni of great danger All wore laved Insurance companies will have a dozen or moro corpses at Now York exhumed in an effort to secure evidence against swindlers It li claimed that a gang of Italians have defrauded tho companies of at leave 1100000 by moons of substituted bodies and falsified fTbo a decision of tbo Jefferson common pleas court holds that under the franchise tax statute the assessors of first and socond class cities and not the State board of valuation shall assess public service corporation for franchise tax es for municipal purpo- sesnNearly Forfeits His Lifo A runaway almost lot JIDdies But Bucklon Arnica Salve had no trouble to cure hint Equally for Burns Bruises Skin Eruptions an Plies 25c at all Drug Stores I CRAB ORCHARD IMrs Levi Elder entertained most de llgbtfully a large number of the young er set several evening ago Mrs Stapp wo enjoy reading your Interesting letters In the I J and of knowing your home Is In such a bull ness little olty as Somerset Fifty cents will pay for a lovely monthly fashion magazine and a pattern given ai a premium Let MIll nettle Harris send in your order for McCall Magazine saving you time postage eta Rev Farris preached morning and evening at the Christian church Sunday His ecrmoos were greatly enjoy ed by a lair sized audience consider ing the disagreeable weather Mrs Sabra McClure and Miss Mnnefeo uni ted by letter 01 McCullum and family of Junc flan City were guests at the King Ho tel Sunday and Monday Mr W B Haosford returned to his homo at Hy don this week Mr and Mrs Jas An derson gave a social to a number of their Juvenile friends Monday evening Mr Ike Shelby was a guest at the Wlllln Hotel last week Mr Brown Ing of Maywood was a guest of her mother Mn Kato Mageo Sunday Misses Mabel McWhorter and Marga rot Culton entertained a few of their little friend several evenings ago Miss Myrtle Wells returned from Wit llamsburg Sunday She has been ill with measles Wallace Clover the handsome ion of Mr Walter Govern was made secretary of tho Sunday School at tbo Baptist church Sunday morning Cbas H olngleton left for St Louis last week to accept a position on a railroad there Chas Solder rep resenting Park Davis Co was a guest at the King Hotel lately Mr Larkin Wolfe was reported quite III a tow days ago The many friends ol Mr Adam Rlcbcrt regret to know ol his continued Illness George D Bar rip sold to B Hollzclaw several tone of timothy hay at 112 There was a store optlcan entertainment ut the Christian church Wednesday night- HUB1iLE thetnoon We regret that bo is going to leave us and go to Birmingham R L Sloan has moved to his now PeacocktKldds Store Walter Owsley has on tered school at Lancaster Owsley Miller of Mt Vernonls with us for a few days Mrs R L White and daughter Mrs statue Hudson came near being hurt the other day by the king bolt In their buggy breaking S M Spoonamoro sold his bay sad silo mare for tS6 S E Oweley sold some 100pound sboat at 60 Andy Smith died at his borne In Danville Monday and was burled hero in the Blsokerby grave yard Tuesday Ho was a grandson of Aunt Daisy Spoona moro and respected by all who know him Bverybodg le rejoicing over the In formation that tho county judge and attorney have at moat decided to fix tho pike from hero to Hawkins branch by grading It up from the sides and put tins metal on It Work done on that order wit soon get our pikes up out of the mud and In tbo long run will bo money saved for the county LIBERTY Rev J Q Montgomery filled his pul pit at Bradfordivlllo Sunday Dr L C Powell of Moberly Mo her taken room at Exchange Hotel Jason Wesley was over from Middle burg Saturday to attend the Masonic Lodge Thorn are now lour persons behind the jail bars that bavo confessed to tho robbery done hero Jan 20 Quito a changed appearance Itself at the bL E church since tb new windows have been put in The blood of A P Young and C W Montgomery aro surprised at thou staying at homo Sunday What ii tho matter at Huitonvllle Miss Julia Stagg who li teaching at Hustonvillo was at home Saturday Mr and Mn Scott worn at Dunavlllo Saturday Dallas Rulo has returned home from Cleveland Misses Nelllo Wright and Alit o Stagg were visiting friends and rela flues at Hustonvllle Dr Jaa Wesley C G Jeffries P W Whlpp and H W Rains attended the rain at Phll Sat urday Frank Taylor and wife of Yo semite wero visitors of P H Taylor Mysterious Circumstance One was pale and sallow and tho olhc fresh and rosy Whence the difference She who Is blushing with health uses D DIllsently nodgiau rHarrodsburg has 102 widows t LANCASTER Eegs are selling at ICo eectfonelRev C M Cbumbley will fill his pulpit Sunday Miss Anne Hill has accepted a clerk ship In R H BatBOnsa Two gold fish and globe for 350 J C Thompson LancasteraU K Swope of Lower Garrard sold 150 tOOl of clover hay at 17 The Ladles Aid Sonlnv meets Sat urday with Mrs H C Jennings Miss Christine Bradley entertained a few friend at flinch Tuesday eve sing rum see our display of ono error to IS J O Thompson tani ctiolor a Mrs Wm Lear gave a dining Wed nesday In honor of Eld and Mrs A R Mooro Miss Bessie Batson entertained the wedneSda1evening flan Saturday afternoon In honor of tbo preachers and lawyerITho suit of Buck against N B North cott for unpaid wages resulted In a ver diet In favor of tbo defendant Dr E H Pearce the Methodist minister was called to Cincinnati Thursday to unite a couplo In marri ago At the next meeting of the Garrard County Medical Society Dr E J Drown of Stanford Is Included on the programTho Poverty Social to be given Saturday evening by Tbo Helping Hand Society promises to be quite unique in several of its features A barn belonging to W H Ward near Lancaster containing his entire hemp crop which was a largo one was destroyed by Ore There was no iniur ancc The Hubble and Antioch churches will also be without a pastor as Eld A R Mooro has been preaching for both these congregations on alternating Sunday afternoons Sunday week Is the day set apart to solicit foreign missions from all the Christian churches and the member ship at this place has been asked to contrlbuto as much as 8100 Information has reached hero of the approaching marriage of W C Wher IIoof New Orleans where Mr Whcrrltt hat resided for some time Immense loads of hemp are seen dal ly crossing the public square from every direction and this lea self evi dent fact that Garrard has never before produced such a fine crop of this staple Tbo local buyers aro reported to have more than exhausted the ca pacity of their waro houses and It Ji difficult to secure enough cars for ship ment J J and T B Walker are visiting relatives In Kooxvllla Tonn and oth or southern points H II Price of Danville has been with relatives In this city Miss Salllo Tlllott has re turned from a visit to Danville Rev C M Chumbley back from a trip to Harltn county Miss EVA Grant of Danville is visiting her grandmother Mrs H A Prlqe Mrs H M Ballou has been sick Mr and Mrs J O Thompson visited at Paint Lick Mlea Dovo Harris Is now an accommo dating clerk In R H Balsone Mrs West wife of the tobacconist is qulto Mr W B Price visited his broth er Dr Al Price at Stanford the first of the week Miss Rella Arnold left Wednesday for Nloholaavlllo Mrs Crll Eubanks gave a dining Thursday in honor of Eli and Mrs A R Moore Buy It Now Do not wait until you or some of your family aro sick nigh unto death and then send for Chamberlains Colic Chol oera and Diarrhoea Remedy but buy it now and be prepared for an emergency It is the ono remedy that can always bo endrcases Hocker James Forsythe gained a suit in the Circuit Court at Harrodsburg against the Southern Railway The action was brought In 1893 for 11200 for kill- Ing pedigreed colt The first trial resulted In a verdict for 18800 The railroad company carried it to the Court of Appeals which reversed the case The jury gave a verdict for plaintiff for 1200 When you feel blue and that everyr thing goes wrong take a dose of Chain berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets yourtfeelrtoyTbo Audubon Theatre in New Or trace for the poet quarter of a century known as the Academy of Music wu destroyed by tire j i X750For Any Winter Over coat in the House Suits LessjthanPrices IT PAYS TO TRADEATi THE GLOBE j Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing j Your money back it youre not satisfied T0 mILLER Danville KBa j CARLOAD OTP Oliver Chilled Plows and Studebaker Wagons Just Received FOR SALE BY Higgins c McKinneyST- ANFORD KENTUCKY Who Shall fill 111 soeeeeeetr There should be but ono question to consider in deciding where to take your Prescriptons and that is Where are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to be had No motive or influence should be allowed to weigh against it When you do this we shall expect to serve you When we fill your prescriptiion every drug that en ters into it has the exact potency the physician desires Our charges are just as satisfactory as our Service Pennys Drug Storef A WORDtre We are very thankful to you tor your liberal patronage of last year Favor us further by a con tinuance of it duringthe year just begunCraig Hocker StanfordI STitNFORD 1 W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Asks a contlnuancelof your patronage during 1903 and thanks you for your liberal dealings of the year Just closed eesasr Fresh Drugs at Prices that are Right nn r t 00 i A Great Dissolution Sale I fflj FOR 10 DAYS ONLY The firm of Hays Levy Proprietors of the Grand Leader have sold their entire stock to M B Levy Co who will i t continue the business The re lrlng Mr A Hays must be paid several thousand dollars at once We have de t- t cided to inaugurate a Grand Dissolution sale in order to raise ready money For 10 days everything in our store will be cut and slashed and Profit not considered If you want to save big money get in on this I0days sale Money is what want and the goods are yours for less than we paid actual cash for We will continue under the name of the Grand Leader we and will makeit to your interest to trade with us Remember it is impossible to quote every article but r we wish it understood sale is bona fide and is only for 10 days These prices only that long Come to lt us during these 10 days or you will blame yourself 1 4 fi Hats Hats Hats Mens 125 Alpine Hats at 49c Mens 150 Wide Brim Hats at SOc i Meats t2 Wide Brim Hats at 119 Mens 250 Wide Brim Hats at 139 t Mens 250 300 and 350 Stifle Hats at 59c f Boots and Boots Mens 3 Boots go at 198 per pair Mens 250 Boots go at 139 per pair r e hens 200 Boots go at 109 per pair i SuitsiHens Fine Suits worth 5 at 359- iI Mens Fine Suits worth 600 at 398 Mens Fine Suits worth 850 at 600 i o Mens Fine Suits worth 1100 at 698 c fm oMens Fine Suits worth 1250 at 998 Mens Monarch Shirts the dollar kind at 73cI Heavy Double Front Overalls at 43c f Heavy Bleached Cotton at 5c yard i Hope Cotton goes at Gic yard t Masonville Cotton goes at 7c yard M B LEVY CO i Proprietors e jTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL r ErC WALTON H H HENNINGER Ol Wayne County is a candidate for State Trw nrer subject to the action of the Democratic prty J F HOLDAM Is a c ndldalt for the Democratic nomination fot CIr cult Clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the party M Fr NORTH Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative of Uncoln county Subject to the ac of the perry JrM ALVERSON Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rep resenutlve of Uncoln county subject to the action of he partYIDemocratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge Mr C SAUFLEY AttorneyiGEN BASIL W DUKE In an address before the University of Virginia alumni in Washington defended the Negro policy of President Roosevelt and paid a high tribute generally to tbe Chief Executive He declared that only a republican could be elected in i 1904 and expressed the opinion that Roosevelt should be the man This is but another proof of the assertion that when an exConfederate goes wrong and we are glad to say that only a very 4 few of them do they can descend the hill faster than any people on earth Just think of as grand a man as Uen Duke once was defending Teddys Ne gro policy and pledging himself to him Certainly the last days of this man are not his best- hereIyear and the remarkable stead i Itvlousof price Is evidence that stability conditions Is expected for time to come II Dun says Vigorous vitality fa conspicuous in trade and industry despite the handicap of overstrained and lamentably Inade quate facilities for transportation kills HAY of Michigan aged 80 has been granted a divorce from her sec seImade void by her second marriage Mrs Hay will therefore bo looked up on somewhat In the light of a grass widow J ItI u ante w J lIU JI yrr y 0 0 e 0a0 0 01s e i s SyA e id 1 Ae 0 Seoeo DALLAS TEXAS women managing a klndtjrearten festival are Indignant at the wife of the President because they claim she sent a cheap cotton band kerchief to be sold at their bazar A meeting was held to take action on the matter and after some of the leaders tad made speeches In which the word stingy was freely used It was decld ed to return tbe gift to the donor IN response to a direct Inquiry as to whether be was a candidate or would accept another nomination for tbe pros Ideicy ex President Cleveland wrote to the Cincinnati TimesStar I can not possibly bring my mind to tho be lief that a condition or sentiment exists that makes any expression from me on the subject of tbe least Importance TOE President Is a reciprocal kind of a fellow The day following Gen Bas il Dukes eulogy of him ho offered him all S circuit judgeship one of the best plums at Teddys disposal The offer was declined with thanks to Gen Dukes credit be It said EDITOR BROWN of the Harrodsburg Democrat has leased the old Baptist church at Qarrodeburg and will pub lish tbe Democrat In It We trust Brer Brown will keep the walls of the old structure as sacred as at present LEXINGTON republicans will put out a municipal ticket but well wager George C Morgan nominee for city attorneywill have no opposition Ho suits the rads to a T- POLITICAL Shelby democrats will hold a prima ry May Capital punishment probably will be abolished In Missouri Tbe Montana House killed a Woman Suffrage bill by a vote of 41 to 21 The President has blgned the Philip pine extradition bill and tbe measure Is now a law t The proposition to allow women to vote for presidential electors was de feated in the Kansas Legislature by a voto of G2 to 51 A bill has been Introduced in the Rouse granting a pension of 812 a month to all soldiers and sailors who served at least one year in the Civil War Now that a father in Buffalo N Yf has killed his daughter because she was too ignorant to live Senator Da boe ought to find still greater consola floe In the fact that ho was not born Ital baby Louisville Times Senator Burrows of the Senate com mitten on privileges and elections has received a protest from Utah against seating Reed Smoot as a Senator from that State on the ground that be Is a Mormon apostle It will not be presented to the Senate until the credentials of Smoot are offered days Tha Sunday baseball bill was defeat ed in the Indiana Legislature by a vote of 24 to 23 Rev J A Sawyers of London basi announced his candidacy for the nation on tbe Prohibition ticket for tbe State senatoriblp In tbe district WhltleyIkl Speaker Henderson In an interview denies stories that he has opposen an titrust legislation and that he will become an attorney for the Standard Oil Company at the expiration of his term He claims to ba In accord with the Presidents policy regarding trusts Internal Revenue Commissioner Yerkes will bo a candidate for Judge A M J Cocbrans seat on the Eastern Kentucky district bench It is reported in the event of Cochrans elevation to tbe place vacated by Judge Day Judge Cochrads chances are said to be good ATTENTION DEMOCRATS Chairman Burch of the Lincoln County Democratic Committee has re celved the following letter from tbe State chairman You will In a few days receive no tires of the primary one to be posted on your court house door and the oth ers In conspicuous places in your coun ty We have received report from a number of the chairmen of the execu tive committees that the officer to hold the primary should be secured without coat I hope such is the case In your county It seems to us that enough patriotic democrats could be secured in your county to bold the elec tion tree of charge We expect to give three months time to your party with out charge and it does seem that enough democrats could be secured in your county to hold the primary who would give one day for the benefit of tbe dem ocr tle party Let me hear from you at once with any suggestions you may have to offer Very trnlv yourl- ALLIEW YOUNG Cbmn It Is the desire of our county com mitten to secure enough volunteer dom ocrats in the county who will servo without pay Give your name to your precinct committeeman The best pbyelcCOnce tried and you will always use Chamberlains Stomach and IJver Tablets says William A Gi rard Pease Vt These Tablets are the most prompt most pleasant and most ro liable cathartic in use For sale by Craig A Ilockcr Fifty women wore committed to jail in Patereon N J charged with stealing coal from railroad cars Loin Thomas an Anderson county farmer died suddenly of paralysis at Princeton have been clot ed on account of smallpox CHURCH MATTERS The 22ad annual convention of the KeotucKv Y M C A is In session at Lexloeloe At the Methodist church SnadaySv were received by protection of faith and elghlby letter Somerset Journal There have been 30 additions to the Christian church at Versailles as the result of Rey It B Crpssdcld preach IngRev G W Arcabrltc has resigned as pastor of the Uiptlst church at Par- Is and will probably locate at Georgetown whero he purchased it home Burglars made a rich haul at Grace Eplscopnlchuroh Newark N J They an entrance Into the vestry and ransacked tbe church securing vest ments valued at 10000 Hemp Seed For Sale I A limited amount of strictly nice clean cultivated temp seed of late Importation tot sale For prlcns and terms address BANKS HUDSON Lancaster Ky DR P W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office in Myers House Flats Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard For liarcalni Fresh line of Groceries and Cakes Etc just received highest market prices for Butler Eggs Ac Giro him a call POSTED I We whose names appear below positively forbid bunting trapping or trespassing In anyway on our lands will prosecuto to the lull extent or the law of such Mike Pfitter Mike VaihauDor Mat thew Drlcsler and Christian Drlesler JACK SALE We will on Wednesday March 4 1903 sell 40 Jacks at special sale Send your entries in at once Fox tS LOGAN Danville J D Insurance fl06nt Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New tho largest company In the world Assets Surplus as regards policyholders 906868735 Farm property Casey Garrard and Lin cola counties Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky Overcoats i tfJ Mens 15 Overcoats go at 750 Mens 1200 Overcoats go at 600 Mens 1000 Overcoats go at 550 trrflens Odd Pants i 11jAll 100 told 125 Jeans Pants at 59c Calico the very best brands Simpsons Amer jean Garners all go at He per yard Our yard wide Unbleached Cotton the very best atdjcyd Good heavy Sheeting worth Tie yd goes at 5c 25c Hamburgs at lOc yd Mops lOc Socks nt 7c leas 175 fine Shoes go at 119 pair Ladies 150 fine Shoes go at 95c ChildrcuH Shoes the 125 kind 79c SOc Stiff Bosom Shirts go at 25c Good heavy Work Shirts go at 25c Lace Curtains worth 150 a yds long 9Sc pr Ladies Kid Gloves worth 100 go at G9c pr THE GRAND LEADER Stanford Ky ae i0e ofI Schools gained Wearer S B LEVY Managers HOT TIME We want to keep warm itl Janunry and Februprp by Ilnrtl hustling Cool being aenree Dont lot this opportunity slip We have stacks of nice geods to run out iu order to make room fbr Spring shipments You never agnin will got euoh a chance to put illicitI r SAVINGSIn your bank V W Within senior member of the firm in now in tho East buying goods not only for title hip store but ninny largo concerns in tho South bl direct from nianufaaturere 1uruitulCtCarIJOllconsumer yqu Iollor us III n call our Hpo and surroundings will soon convince you that are out for busillCt8 lending n full milerWITHERS FURNITURE COMPANY I Notice Is hereby elyen that by mutual consent the firms of C Rosenstln I Co and J Rosenttlne Co com eJ ot C Roen tlne Rebecca Rosen stifle M Rosenitlne Jake Rosenstlne and Robert Rcsenstine have been dissolved Jake Rosenstln and Rebecca Rosenstln continue the business under the firm utme of J Kosenstine Co at Frankfort C Rosenstlne and Robert Ronnsllne will con business under the firm name of C Rosenstln Co at Stanford K M Ros n tln will continue business at Frankfort Ky Individually V1 e 1 t fro Ky DUMB BELL rCuff buttons We have In Mock a variety of these in so largo a quantity and quality to suit the I most exacting Other jewelry for ladles and gentlemen In latest designs amlflnlshcndilght prices can be found it my dote W H MUELLER NOTICE Stanford JA- Ky H What Do You Wish When selecting groceries reliable substance or mere shadow If tubstanceand good quality and Rood value you wish then come bare for It In my largo and well selected stock There la not a thing that is not of excellent value Full lino also o- fFINE CIGARSAnd tobacco nud hundreds of values too numerous to mention Come sad see and bo convinced and I will cause no strain onyourpurio J W PERRlfl the Grocer 110 Main St Stanford Icyt R B Mahony Insurance fluenttFire Life Accident and Tornado None but tho larg cat and beet companies represented Phdno 82 rStanfor THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Fun 13 1003 In Olling your prescriptions wo UIIO proporUonllnot do bettor If yon paW ui doublo the prlcef which li nlwnys reasonable Pont cve Druz Store PERSONALS MR ED CAUMVKLI li llRhtly better MR J n GiiErrc wool to Loultvltlo Tue day JOUN M CARTER went to Mt Ver TnonMR J II A LUlU0 liT of Brodhcad was hero Wednesday Miss ALIce CAIHIELL or Huston a7yule li with the MLuea Kllli Dns E J DROWN and A S Price InBORNnelley of the West End a daughter COL D W TRIIIIILE of Madison II Was with hli sister MM P P Nunnel toy MR WALTER EVRHETT has moved to a portion of the Ed Caldwoll rell- donco MR T J FOSTER wont to Lexington Wednesday to visit his ion Mr Kd Foster F MRS w n SHANKS wont up to Madison county yesterday to visit her parent Miss KATHERINE HALL of Huston Tlllo wal the guest of Miss Mary D Kennedy JAMBS M PHILLIPS JR bas secur ed a position with Uelknap L Co s Louisville MRS K J TANNER of MoKInnoy U VltllloB tier sister Mr S W Burke at Junction City MR AND MRS J B PORTMAN wont over to Fay etto Tuesday to visit Mr Iaad Mrs S P Staeif MR O M IlKNUHRSON of Lowell was hero Wednesday en routs to BrOil head to visit relatives MESSRS A DUNN W W Lyon an B Souddor attended the combina lion sale at Richmond MRS JOHN A BLAIN end Miss Aria Wright of Hustonvllle spent yelLer day with relatives hero MRS McORAW the handsome wifen of Capt B D MoOrw 01 Junction City II with Mrs W O Speed MR AND Mns WALLACE WALTHR wlllKO to housekeeping this week ln their now home on Logan Avenue MRS ED CARiBNTBK and Mrs Jon nle Carpenter of too West Knd have been with Mrs John 0 Rtffo during the Illness of little Jesse- MISS ANNA TRIUIILB of Junotloo City loaves today for Covlnglon to bo the guest of honor at a series of whist entertainments given by MUI Luey Hlaokburn of thatolty Advoaato- W P WlllTB 01 Lincoln count beard to much In praise of Somers tbat be came down lilt week just to see the old rejuvlnated village Ho t said tbo hilt had not boon told of lu buMneiA growth ant vigorous enter prise Journal REV T K ARNOLD of Franklin county candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction is hero mingling with the democrats Mr Arnold was a great friend of the lamented Goob and was with him In his last hours Ho It a splendid democrat and a very ex tenant old gentleman LOCALS Root for root MreE Hlgglns a FRESH salmon to day T C Willis Let Frank Adklnt flx your umbrella SCHOOL books ana supplies at Cral- J Rackerea forronIt CRUSHED Oyster Shells for chickens at Craig sL HOckersal WAIT and see tbo now wlro tense at Higgins It McKlnnoyo Somotbin now SHERIFF BAU01 makes another contribution which appears on our 4th page ROUSE and lot with good outbuild loge on East MaIn street for rent WI Cordler TOM MANUEL a0fine of125 and 10day tall sentence for carrying concealed weapons f TODAY U the tail day for flllng suits for the February term of court which begins on the 23rd DANK reports this ueRoad them and leo what solid banking Institutions Lincoln county has TOM GILL Is In Jail again this time for breaking Into tbo house of his Bunt His trial Is sot for to day t C B THOMPSON the Louisville florist has our thanks for the bandeo m 4eltcalendar wo bavo soon DOO LOSTFox terrierWhite cept on eyes and ears Femalo and bobbed O M Buoy Stanford SAM TucicVR has moved his black smith and we lwork shop to Morelnnd rwhore he hope the people will give patng Doge N Became of Parker at Wai IWHAT Uouso Feb 27 tL CARLOAD of tho American Woven Wlro fence Just received Farris Co 0 ISAAC STAPLETON of Crab Orchard bat been granted a pension of 117 per mooch REV GEO BARNES Is holding a courLbouloTUB city council has contracted with j R Benztey for rods of rock to be spread on the streets A IIORSR horse belonging to W W yesterdayhehip TUB Little Sunbeam Society will give a candy pulling at Mrs W B McRoberu beginning at 0 oclock Silt urday evening Admission lOo All vited FOR RENTStoreroom on Lancas to r street and law ofllcee formerly oc cupled by W A Trlbblo Apply atmthis office or write to W P WaltonM Lexington Mn W R WILLIAMS of Huston vllto who was hero yesterday showed us his commission from Gov Dcckbam appointing him police Judge of the West Ends capital loCAnsoNon the people In an exchange at their store Wheat corn oats bay etc taken In exchange for flour meal ship stuff and cotton teed meal 1100 FOR A pSthof Wllmore who It a brcedorand traIn- er of bloodhounds sold a pup the other day for 1100 Sheriff M S Daugbman has a dog of the soma blood ED SALTER a Stanford darkey Is In Jail at Lancaster charged with shoot log Josh Phillips also colored Salto woof over to Lancaster to a bop and gut In trouble Just as the crowd was dwIF tbo clever gentleman who mailed us two paper dollars from Brodbcad wilt drop us a postal giving his name wo wilt take pleasure In gluing him duo credit Ho tolled to afflx his sig ature and we do not know tbo hand writing IT will be good saws to the stoakbol dare in the Farmers Bank Trust Co wblen was succeeded by the Lincoln National Dank to learn that In tho wlndup of that concern 1160 will be paid to tba holder of each share of slock Bio FARMER Mr J E Carson who moved from the Host Bod to BIIfO T la a big farmer In a t0 bts relative Mr W A Carson of this acnear of 0 acres of oats In the spring 13 keeps on nand between 600 and 1000 cattle I TUE Lincoln County Medical Society will convene In Stanford Tuesday at 10 oclock A M The first paper will bo read by Dr Bertie Carpenter subject Wnooplng Cough and its Complies floes Dr J G Carpenter will pro ofcents paper on Fractures of the Fe mor and Pelvis All members aro reo quested to be present Meeting will bo beld In Dr E J Browns office E J Brown Seoy MR TIM W HUTCHISON of t Highland section one of tbo clerorc and best citizens of the county w1 have a sale on tbo 21st preparatory to moving to Illinois hgto remain 1o Lincoln county nqd has called tbo sale oil Ho did not know how much bo loved his home and neighbors until bo thought of leaving them Tile pottolllco department declines to reestablish the starrouto between groanqda o Is good enough This Is about tho worst news that wo have heard for some time but wo shall try to stand it However wo wish the postolllco de partment could share a little of the dlecontiIl a UIIor on 6the former routo TUB McConnaghy 011 Co most of whose stockholders are residents of Doyle county has closed negotiations with M G Claflln and associates of Boston by which tbo Boston parties as soon as the weather permit aro to undertake a largo amount of develop mont on the McConnugby lessee in Wayne county The two wells whit h have already been drilled will also be operated by tbo Boston men and two other wells will be drilled aa soon as possible Other developments will nl so bo undertaken anti walls will bo put down as rapidly as tho work can bo done says the Advocate re hastalll m ported italllon Ornus by Sterling Tnere were 12 deaths in Now York last week from grip J M James a well to do farmer of ulaskl Is dead HUSTONVILLE W B Wright sold 10 fat bogs for de livery in 30 days at Co Josiah Bishop sold to O T Bobon a bunch of yearling mules at tOO Coley Snow who lives three miles west of town cut his toot severely with an ax and telephoned for a physician MtoW C McAfeo and wife of Baltl more aro visiting Mrs Alice Lusk tbo mother of Mrs McAfeo Jerry Adams made a very successful business trip to JerryknolYlTazewoll Hyde better known as Hide and Tallow our local butcher was ee dOlTburadayAfter leaving Hyde the dog went to M r Sam Reids whore bo was killed by Howard Camnltz before doing much dt mage there Mr and Mr D S Carpenter have I ImprovoI upwilloat Of the Wcathorford Hotel on arch 1 Mrs Carpenters reputation as a hostess and caterer to hungry com mercial pilgrims stands sccqnd to none In Kentucky Numerous complaints uro being made by our citizens on account of the condition of College Avenuo This beg the only avenpo of which our city boast and look to with pride with Its bcautlfdl blue grass sod ox tending fully 25 feet on either side of the beautiful drive is now a thing of the past Ricks ot beer staves and headings aro crowding each other for preference seemingly In this onto beautiful drive It Is duo tbo town au thorltlcs to state that permission was sot granted sop one for this purpose lIurolybavo MaKTThe health of the community Is ReD1 orally good and business resumed since e aro entirely rid of tbo small pox J O Coulter the popular stave mao from Mlddlebnrg was horn en rout homo tram Frankfort Mr and Mrs Marshall of Colorado aro visiting tbo family of Mr Rueban Williams Mrs Marshall Is tho only child of Mr VIi IlsmsTasewolliydo who lives on Mr lobo Baughmans farm near Huston vllle was bitten by a mad dog Tuesday morning Ho came Immediately the mad stone owned by Mrs Duddernr of this place and the stone adhered to it at onoe Monte Fox In company with W S TuesdayTheyS forli5 John Coulter bought a livery horse for 1100 Ho also sold to Georgo AUordcf Hustonvillc a young hone for 1100 As I sever see McKinney represent cd In your columns 1 think It the duty of some ono to write a few lines occ sionally to let people know wo aro a teat asleep but tar from It Wo aro a wldo awake energetic and strictly business people Willie Humphrey little son of Mrs Humphrey had an accident which tunatoly did not provo fatal Ho W standing In the middle of the track an a freight trots backlog knocked hi down and three cars passed over his body He escaped with a tow cuts aDd bruises about the faco and head pbh0y 4 lallm soon aa vacated We wish tbo doctor mucb MoKlnnovi1 a conned to hiurooujITOr some weak with rheumatism IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Henry Huffman aged 70 Is dead In Garrard Wm A Roberts an aged citizen Marion Is dead The Standard 011 Co has located an office at Barbourylllo Thomas Gebbard of Mortar was given two years for horse stealing Mrs Campbell of Knox county is cutting now teeth at 60 years of age James Walker of the High Brldgo neighborhood dropped dead under tho south end of High Bridge The Licking Valley Oil Compa struck a loodbody of oil at 575 feet on the Jackson Roberts farm in Wayno A H Merrill of Boston has boug Pearl T 215 for 1600 Baron Palo for 2000 and Don Carr 2171 for 8 2 000 O P Huffman of this place and Meter Huffman of Danville bought 22 1400pound steers of J E Bruce at 435 The Southern Hallway paid Mtlllo Basket of Burgin 2500 for killing her husband In a wreck near Jacksons Switch A King Cook of PInovIIlo was nara ed as special Judge of the Laurel cir cult court In a number of civil cases in which the regular judge Is disqualified W 0 Terhune sold Logglne Goes k la 30 three ycarold mules at 8113 and Fred For ytbe four work mules tOris 154Q and 12 to other parties at 1125 Ho bought 20 twoyearold mules from Henry at 8105 and 30 from Sbel by Tev1a of Lincoln at InOBarrod Iburg Herald ATR IALIWm Pulliam aged ole Stull 16 were made ono at J W Stulls today Clarence Banln and Miss Gertlo Walls were married at the courthouse yesterday by Rev J W Hagln T W Bottom a widower of 60 and rs Annlo E Steenbergcr a widow ot weremarrled at Moreland Thurs day B F a nlCksljwere divorce because her husband would not give her stamps for two letters which she had written to relatives The Judge should hear both sides Maybe the letteslnvlted the relatives to come vleltLexlngtonDemocrat NOTICE I CItateveriOedAdministrator Timber For Sale I I have a boundary of 300 or 400 acres of timber for solo It lies In Russell county trcelIorT n HAMMONDS Raldock Casey Co KyI ORDINANCE AIlyLawiford and to flx a license tax on certain u81 jjfordThat Section 42 of the ByLaws and Ordl amondedbywordIoddlerssix months and per day rospccUvcly and InerUng In lion thereof the figures E75 elo and 810 reepectlrelp and the wends Shed a soparnto license tax a herein provided on each line of roods sold by him byaddlnltoperate a taiorrygoJOund within the City IThlaafter Ice publication rob 10 1003 A n FLORENCE Mayor aL n HUOURS Cleric ORDINANCE An ordinance regulating the disposition of garbage and filthy and matter of every kind the Olty of Stanford The ordalnIt shall be unlawful for any person to pubiecd or controlled by him within the cltyany anvkindSbarrelfilthy and deoaylng matter of kind upon the premises owned or controlled by him anyatreetaralley ntrolledbycRying matter of any kind or who fall to proYldedberelnlar and not more than are dollars for each offense fromaofA R FLORENCE Mayor L R DUOIIES Clerk PUBLIC SALE 1 Personaltype TorryOoodecry on the premises o0- TIIUItSDAY PER fromIlatonr11le DwellingofontbulidlogeAtlard lying ono mile South of the farm on the plko near Mt Slam The personal prop erty to sold consists of about 40 barrels weighteopentopfacet farming Implements corn sholler household and furniture Ttiiusi Land ono halt cash balance Jan lOOt note with leln 0 per cent interest from date lurchasercan pay all If desired Personalty cash Laud will bentr veyd to purchaser Wallace floods on the farm WII to any one before day of ofsale EDWARD ALColtK Agt No REPORT OF TilE CONDITION orTHE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE AT HU8TONVILLE In the Stats of Kentucky at the elate bf builqeis Feb 0t61901 RESOURCES Loan and ilUcounu 12IiM iJ Overdrafts secured and unsecured 3G 00 00rayflanking House furniture and fixtures 2500 00 Due Irora National Rinks not Re hlDuelromStauBanks and lit niters 1129300 222 agenU 47171 74 47NollSololherNtlonalFractional paper currency nickels and 12LawrulMoDey 50Redemptionj per tent of Circulation 00 OSreCapital stock paid IUM 50000 00 Surplu fund 25000 00 Undivided profile lus apeates aaa- taaes paid 408491 National Bank notes outstanding 11800 00 Due DTtearidusldepositssubleettueheck123r1d69 to other National bDk 47V3 43 Total J22057I KXNTUCKYICoaaly a namedDanktrue to the best of my knowledge and brief hlfrSubtcrlbedday ol Feb JI N P L C nettAlkeLT lIQDtflOJ DirectorsJ It Pays to Buy fye Best aaeatssaerlet Hannn Shoes 500 and 600 350Mens300QueenII H Cos Unionmade Clothing 2000Perfection 1500Buckeye 100StetsonOur Special Guaranteed Hat200150WertheimersClub Bags 125 to 8350 Suit Cases 8150 to 8900 rralwtts Qualities Markets I Cummins a McClary f U 4 ry J J j FEBRUARY i We always reduce prices o- nOVERCOATSThis is done for two reasons First we need tho arCinroom At those prices you can well afford 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 k il Terms tlit Cash f Uhh HJMRobertsJ V 15 O W i Nothing Too Good j 11 expectedtii 4 as teys you us andJwe believe you will say with us m we do this and we dont think it is too to expect that such con rsjntional though important ser ttJ 1vices supplemented by numer r ous little courtesies absolutely in nocent of mercenary motives We t doi lJ alto we not leave und- oneSEVERINCEiJ SON Ire i fa OLIVER PLOWS 1 Full stock of Steel and Wood Beams and all Kinds of REPAIRS W1 E PERKINS FORRENT byWmSeyerllnco J D OWSLEV P P MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J R Bealeys LIvery Stable I U n t Crab OrcllllrdI PUBLIC SALE Of Valuable Moat Property ofOlaraSATURDAY FED U 1003 In front of the court bouso door In the town of Stanford Ky sell ac public outcry a house and about three acres of In the onIhadwlck Said property will be sold to tho deslrlrgtoat the premises Terms Onehalf cash balance In 6 and 12 months with loin reM tamed for balance of moneyM ClarW 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL red n the pottoffice at Stanford at teondclatt matter Ptabl2ahdTuSgpa ass ixiaap t 1 PER YEAR CASH air Wbtn not topatdmaOO will be- chugedH0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION o 74 Train going North 114dmm- o26 It 210 a m 073 rr Soath1225amHo23 tI t 1262pml PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Cleaner sad twart2ka tot bar- 1leante s torartant cmtlL Never ran to Bettor Onj- Ita1r to IJf Color Quealp lalnn- gaaean4lwet w I Mason Hotel t MRS tf D SIMPSON Pror Kentucky lLancaster clean beds splendid table Every hlng first class Porters i i meet all trains 89 l A 8 PRICE Burgeon I Dentist f Stanford Ky UcRobertt Drug StrinthOw1ey 11OSeeonr Building A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office over HiggioB t JIcKlnneys Ston B Telephone N 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary IE1sopen all the year for the treatment of inrglcal and chronic diseases and for con lultatlon Board and shall bo cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal bills Jue when services are rendered and must M paid promptly Giboney Jeffries Livery Food SalStabJO- Liberty Kyt Drummers Rigs a specialty nigh Oracle Horses and Mules bought sold Feed horses receive personal attention A M BOURNEa Lancaster Ky Offers his services ai 1uot0inoo to the people of Lincoln County He will please both in work price Write to him TraHlor ice DEALERS IS Whlski Brandy Wines Beer tnlr Etc Carpenter Closelto DepotSTANFORD KYI Prompt ant pofte attention Nothing but the bet bdrlnk Alai phone tr telegraph order recelve rompt attention r 1r EDFaRp BLACKDRAUGHT CONSTIPATION b Constipation is nothing more than n clogging of the bowels ant nothinghezthanvitalstag nation or not i If every constipated sufferer l t allowinJrpolstem he would soon relief Constipation invites all kindof contagion Headaches bilious ness colds and many other ail imenta disappear consti are relieved Heed thoroughlyrmanner without tho l urgingof calomel or other vie ent cathartics- IJe sure that you get the origi nal Thedfords made by The Chattanooga Medicine Co Sold all druggists in 25 cent and 8100 packages Morten lit May 25 1901 lattIlnDllhtaU the tree and hue nted It for the last tea yetn serer rare m rklldrea any OUr leisure I Ultk could never be able to work without It oa uroat ot bfolalJ trouble wUh laa1f S McFlBUXD t jc Ii I 111tM1 FARM FQR SALEI I desire to sell farm ot 100 acre loca ted on Knob Lick X mile of Knob Lick Station III all No arming land near ly hat of which Is In cultivation tho re mainder in BlueGrass Has on It a goof substantial dwelling good barn and other outhouses Wen cistern springs and pond Those desiring to buy a small farm do well to see my placo S W OVENS Stanford Ky STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Hya cinths Narcissus Floral designs on short notice Bedding and Verotable Plants of all kinds tn season Phone 29 ring 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford llaCa RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Good Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Hustonville Property for Sale priestsI will otter sale my property situated on the north of Main on east side of College street In Hustonville consisting of and livery stable and vacant lot This property tl well ar ranged for hotel or boarding house and livery table on same a nice livery barn 65x73 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes and vacant lot for private residence If desired water abundance Property- Is well arranged for private residence Is now rented for that purpose ii you want good paying property In call on or address ll S Carpenter Uuston vtlle Ky To the Coal Consumer I outHaving k films the coal dears we aro now to furnish tho people of Stanford and surrounding country the boat brands ot coal at the lowest market price for cash Farmers we till take your and corn In exchange for coal at market price We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for vonr money Orders at coa house phone U or Boone s livery stable No 96 Boone c Dvmavent STf WORD KY J+ C+ McCbMY UNDERTAKES EM8ALMER And Deaten In HB17ESS SADDLEBY C Stanford Ky J L1 Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmors DKALUI 19 FurnitureMattingsRugsThoy kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR FENNERS KIDNEY AH diseases Bladder Mao Dropsy Female and H Backache Ho has spent a life tlmo curing Just suet cases as jours All consultations Free hI bad sovcro caso of kidney disease and rheumatlim bl mutter Kidney and hackacho Curo cured us both F M UEELEII Randolph la- DruCats60ctl Atlc for Cook Book Free STVITUSDANCE TroublesCURE alcurewasncrlousllalfectvd Cure Circular Frcdonla NDrI 0 S2t554N rJe151i2ptilmt r5 Mtlxaull HIDDLEBURG Rev J B Foriiled hit regular appointments Saturday and Sunday at the Baptist church Mr Hughes of McKlnnoy was In town and culled between 30000 and 40 000 spokes In Keeney S McIntosh yardM W Jones one of too leading cltl zone of these parts eaya tho INTERIOR JOURNAL Is the beet little paper In tho State Esq Thomas Benson was In towp last week flalnp up pension paper for the old soldiers Jno Coulter and wife ot McKlnnoy were visiting their father W T Coulter of North Middle burg last week John Wesley and wife are visiting Mrs Wesleys father H H MoAnlnch of North Mlddlebure George Ellis and Charles Herring of near Bradfordsvllle wore on McCanna Branch last Saturday on business Situated In the midst of tho richest part of Green River Valley is the quiet and beautiful little town of Middle burg with Its 200 or 300 Inhabitants surrounded on almost every side by towering hills somo of which term nate In cragged rocks and pinetipped tops while others aro covered with grass affording fine pasturage for many cattle gives the little town a pltur ctque appearace Situated as It Is on tho border line between tho rich blue grass lands of Lincoln and the penny rile ridges of Casey makes It get graphically a very lmportaplplace Historically Mlddloburg maybe rank ed as the second oldest town In the county Contown belug the oldest It would take a largo volume to costal all the history of this grand old town From a moral view Mlddloburg ranks among the first In tho State Sho has three churches nil of which have regular Sunday school a high school and Normal school an ex braes band a blacksmith shop a fishermens league of which the scribe Is a member and a loafers union composed of some of the leading men of town and vicinity A more sociable class of citizens cannot be found any whore In the State Strictly speaking the town has no trashy citizens but on tho other hand has a strong moral temperate rod religious force his also a noted place for several other reasons which might be mentioned as follows First For the number of pretty girls and handsome young men who throng the streets after school hours SecondShe has comparatively few smart Alec Third It was here and near here on the Green River banks that Him Rlffo had his ups and downs which have been so graphically described by blown pen And doubtless it some of the old bulldldgs and sycamore treeswblcb throng the river banks could be ant mated by the breath of life and the or gan of speech they could tell many a tale of love In which Jordan MoW hoe ter and John Coffey took active parts In their younger days Fourth It Is toted for the Important place It takes In tho history making of tho county MARKSUORYTb0Christian En deavor met at Pleasant Grovo church Saturday afternoon and decided onan entertainment to be given the 14 Were glad to have our merchant and his estimable wife at home again after a five weeks visit toMra Rogues slater In Alabama Homemade taffy popcorn apples and bard cider with the INTERIOR JOURNAL twice a week makes the dreary days plea pleasantly Whllo passing through the Berd farm of Rice Brow J A and Joe Thursday we found them doing some pretty stump lifting with a new Monarch grubber They say the little machine lifts stumps 18 Inches In diameter in 10 minutes which It would take a man allay to grub thereby saving time labor and money Better Than Gold I was troubled for Ecynral yeaie with chronic Indigestion and nervous debili ty writes FJ Green of Lancaster N II No remedy helped me until I be gam using Electric Bitters which did mo more good than all the medicines I over used They have alto kept my wife In excellent health for years She says Electric Bitters are just splendid for female troubles that they are a grand ton- Ic and invigorator for weak run down women No other medicine can take Its place in our family Try them Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by all Druggist Escaped an Awful Fato Mr II Haggles Of Melbourne Fla writes My doctor told me I Iced Con sumption and nothing could IxjUono for me I was given up to die The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr KlngVMevr Die covery for Consumption induced me to try It Results were startling I am now on the toad to recovery It surely saved my life This great cure is guaranteed for all throat and lung diseases by all DiuggitU Price boo and SI Trial bottle free In the Senate Mr Caramck declared that an organized system of torture cx lets In the Philippines Murders by idlers he said have become too com mon to bo investigated the admtnls fatlon meeting the charges of reputa ble men with stoical Indifference Mr Carmack spoke injupport of the Raw lins resolution calling for tho records of courtmartial the Philippines yarcQnsarau laawubsarwwa Nrr LANDSTOCKCROPSETC FOR SALE 20 good short yearlings J W Allen Hustonvlllo Thirtytwo yearling cattle for sale J C Hays Crab Orchard J O Reid of Hustonville sold two jacks to R L Hubblo for 350 f Several pairs of nice work mules for- sale O T Bohon Hustonville tt Mr Nath Wlltod of Nelson county sold 600 barrels of corn to J A Cain at 260 J W Allen sold to Dr Hugh Reid 10 yearling and twoyearold cattle at 131 25 SEED OATS bushels of No 1 seed oats for sale W G Cowan Hus tonvllle Ky Scott Hudson hat announced that tho books of Rytbmlo and Jay McGregor are full and have been closed Joe Jordan bought of Eld Joseph Ballou a bay gelding for 1135 and ot Will Broadus ono for 1125 Over 160 mules changed hands at Co lumbia Tonn Monday at U3 to 1185 As many horses sold at 105 to 1153 C M Jones sold to W Bt Burton of Lancaster four mules for 8475 T W Jones sold one to Monte Fox for 110760 Senator Harris has Introduced a bill authorizing the freo importation of thoroughbred live stock for breeding purposes Growers of Burloy tobacco In Fay otto county havo pledged 022 acres of this years crop to the now Tobacco Grower Association Lutes Si Co bought of various parties a bunch of yearlings at 4o and of T J Hill a carload of fat wethers at 4c They sold to W H Shanks 40 shoals alOe Mr Watts of Madelon county gives It as his opinion that seed corn soaked In gas coal tar for several days before It is planted will savo It from the cutworm pest It will have to bo dropped by hand Joe Jordan bought of Sheriff M S Baughman a Naboth mtro for 1160 a gelding for 10760 and a pony for 116 ot SIlO Raines a mare for 8100 ot Morgan H Boazley a Southern hone for 102 60 and of P P Nunnelloy a combined horse for 836 Coffey Bros bought five mules at 1100 to 1135 and 12 horses at 876 to 8110 Henry Aaron bought three extra good mules In Monroo county for 840760 Cloyd Tandy S Co bought 78 hors of B P Buster at 5c and 00 head In Adair at 6 and 6o Adair News Sheriffs Sale For Taxes On Monday Mar 9th 1001 between tho hours of 9 A M and 4 P M at the courthouse door In Stanford Lincoln county Ky I will z1rose to the highest bidder for cash pay the State nlll count taxestilO following property or 80 much thereof as maybe necessary to said taxes This list will bo pub lIlY once a week for four weeks the nuns will disappear as soon as the tax and costs are paid COAt of advertising 92 When call to pay your taxes please bring along 0 per cent on the amount as well as the tho amount due and 12 for advertising STANFORD W1HTK lames Mrs Duok lot 40 Cartels August 20 acres 6 00 laugh Mrs Sara 13Q aaros 1 ft- ODyohouso Goo lot 07 Goodo Mrs M B lot 3 00- IlolUclmVi Alex 42 nol 0 10 MoHlroy T F100 awes 0 05 STANIOitDCOIABHD- ugloman Harry 30 acres 11 30 Sims Sam 2 aoroft 1 35 CRAB OUOllAnD WUtTB Adams J T flnt ant none 3 76- FarrU Goo P 4 26 Holines Mrs DV lot 2 46 Johnson Mrs Jfannlo 48 acres C 25 IIU8TONVIIH WIUTB Gooch G W lot 2 CO Rico Mrs Bollo 1 sere 10 Saylor A L lot 16 Tustor Mrs A lot 1 05 Wheeler C C 6 80 Hustonvlllo A Green River Val ley Telephone Co franchise tax 1000 400 Lacick Frederick 100 aoros 1 00- IICUTOSVILLI COtJKED Green Goode Hrs 42 acres 1 76 Graves Scott lot 76 MoRoborts Harrison lot 1 WAYSESHDHO WIU- TAker J W 12 acres 2 05 Allen W M 40 acres 3 25 Bastin S B 163 acres 4 U- OBresslef Anda 32 acres 2 00 Britton Jno 10 acres 1 05 Dethrldge Marll 15 acres 1 80 Floyd Reuben 33 acres 316 Florence J E Jr 00 acres 2 Griflln J M 22 acres 2 C- OGrlllln Jno W 10 acres 2 05 Harris Jno W 67 acres 4 25 Hoith J M C acres 176 Hogue G A 100 acres 3 70 Hughes Andrew 85 acres 3 85 Jeffreys Mrs M A acres 1 10 Lemon J W 130 acres 7 05 Potrey Lucinda 28 acroj 1 10 183OLCrt900Robinson J M 2 acres 1 75 RouteD Pleasant 42 acres 2 85 Singleton G W 20 acres 1 05 Smith Jno M 1 acre 2 25 Tongor Ernst 100 acres 2 60 Walls Jno 20 acres 4 05 Wlllard Joseph 230 acres 703 Young A J 15 acres 180 Young H O 3 acres 1 70 Steel Mrs Belle 85 acres 140 M S Baughman S L C Chattanooga Plows I The above plow will be sold on trinl Money refunded h if their work is not satisfactory Ai trial is nil arc ask GEO H FARRIS A CO Stanford Ky 1 nu REPORT OF TUB CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK- AT STANFORD In the Slue or Kentucky at the dose of toilets Feb Stb 19a1- RKSOURCRs lon and dlieounu 11ST10 M Oreriratteteecnedsad jjoMcufed 3I8 IT care 100000 rrtmUiu on U S hood 2 Hlock rrurilUi ftc 1614 IIDUolbouItallIr and Saturn 09 IHhtr reel ctUi std nortctfM owned 511 lo Smut National net K sm Aeeb T9 II Due from State Woks and hankers 25 Ua from apprered retcrva acwtt Mlit InlrraallUTtaii itaw 97 2IHChecks aad ether csh limi U Ntei of her Nat Dints SNII 00 Frectleaal paper curreey nsekte ow 115111 tG Un Ita Lewluliene7A51servI 00 tIN 6 usR emptUa lund with U ITr utiKr percent of elreoutlea 1118 to TotIMLIAI1IU1IES Capital stock I tOAU 00 rptoe f lISS UncmlJed profits Ia tpcates aad National tau palets tdr njfti 0511a M Da to other nillonal baa 1555 Ike to state Lank end tanker MH M i InllKlU asbiettocheek111351a5 Lertgel ebec u II UaMlltlca other Ivan thoM abevlatl 45055 Tlal iOTfM M STATE OF KENTUCKY Count r of IHtamtn 11100 J Itelbbru allier a r abnnamdI3- enY de wlewelTwwlr that 1Hta sate m1 rue to lb Met sad IMcltOd1ER1 liar JNOJ tasblen Suhssrl5edandwetn w War me thii lilt day tloraf lees W IJrIbt N L ComaAitel J t Itoca5a- S T Dlrcterr Contra Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford Ky dportHBM tfl fly I ties IO No 2l6Melllarnt S1 ions SntUoi tram bun ford llouMol four pod rows hack pot and I veraoda toxl tern and other bulldlne la ggoj r cutlesia 5ldwell ftxrJ se aeina- ultlvtlononareIn frets Um rnt In pas ll iihlaleomBibi aal at txrfiln nd can tMtdal OM to Kbool aad hats- hIrlaiiperwre land adjolnlaf told rlUanJ ThlaU a ilu- So a llama aid M la SliD nl lltua Lies Eve rooiHi tood ttabla aod 5tyrrte of land wrilhhCfd orlfWllIt tbulkllDta taUwai room enough la front for two other al tau er a 2 torf fruntoHtild ba built to tba entuge eel 1c mad a heautlAil home WIU told chetpaa tilt owner malt bate moner No 4Twottorr Inaedwelling room hill sod veranda 01 aNn fencing mat house In tool repair For Weorrent lrlee reaioa Ho S irouKund lot SUuforJ Tblecrmrai and frontiIrah roof garden sad stab flood old cheap No 1ItOUMDd Stanbrd IS IMIfoIJ rooml 000 pD Ia Dd net SFarmof Miere2X mils 1mm Ulan rrd on County road M sea la oultlnilon seven In puture 2 good orchards sad ni In timber Two inuH ooitagea tool bits eat ootbutldlDp well watered and tenelng ralrl mod lima ean liouitbtat Tonrprlc at onerll t In Indltnapo llt and tout money NollUw 41lDofiU roo1ball and porch nry outbandings plIIHI lard Iwo tory tiara room 35a60 beet lower tools eopplted- with saauraabeveeetn Water In dwelllair set itoreroom alw aUtun and wall Cu Ue Smell let Irk of itor ODe mile rfUhl HUnlonl lluihlinga ltigoalrepalraoddwe111Cq OrtilnU toot nJwl aDd ofilonr IIJOO sell both for 60 or will rent or Mil lepiralely No l57o see rarm mile or Crab orcbard Ky Brick dwelling S room two tenant houix two barn ello iprlng near dwelling Fna la high tat ol culllritlon 150 rIYr lutiom land renting roll etc hit M an acre No ll100 ereol land on Lancaster street In Crab Orchard oppotltabprlogi Ingrau fin pmumDU stock barnabuelaoaof itock water PntpetbuiIJlbgsitslntownn files 13000 No l5J nice cottage and lot on Jjincailer tlreet Hunloril 7 rooms good diurn eta Uott II 11000No acres near HuitonTllle Dwelling of eight moms bill man U etc One tenant home tock barn urge tobacco barn and other outbuilding Cistern and good well In tb yard and water In arery Std on she place 1iita cut teren Beldi sod Bntclait ltdNo aoA lim of 150 atria frame dwelling lour roots 001 tock turn and all neceiiaty out butldlogs Fencing rood well watered cut In Sve fields W acres In cultlTatlon rest in blue rase Leu thin half tnlle from turiplka We Direr this plan for only 130 per ecu No SI lloutof dre rood rooms and bur acre of ground at Ml Salem Ky Illght on turnpike wellw fencing ltd all tuldlup InJOOI1 ro pair Untuprored land adjoining thU OWe will tell thlt house lot or ex pertyInbunforloraicKloney17rbta tckooli store Ae No t3303 acres of ltd in Rockcattle lat tale or exchange llai all necetury Improvement well wtttrtd Ac Will be told at a bargain No 6OFana of acret situated near Klngi rule Ky 60 acres in n In barn and other rutoullStopmadreWr DwUloll coDlNrl1n- ot three ehurcbea- chool I new IJ Jarils sod C S depot Iroferty lla ou ate td county road sod b the most dNlubl arm In that section Wa will sell the whole farm in pircelt of not lea then acre to lultpiircbuer certainly cheap property No 63rm of 75 acres near Dlllnltlloool barn eta Well trained reDdn In repair Iroducllra lime none linJ In rroolaeltbborboool close to school and on good road Price 0- 0No31Afirmof300screeln iJncoIn county Three good dwelling a l sod Out building each house barn etc clout the center of eats All on county road mile from church school and Lays well sod well watered This U a good tobtcco firm and would tult two or thrre ftmlllet that might went to come from the tame neighborhood 1rlce reasonable yTJs41aAMhmMl4 WO SI- Mncranr OF CONDITION ov THE Zincoln County National Bank OKSTANrOHD KYaAt lbe stewed llathuw Feb Stb 1555 IUSOUIK3KS Loant tad 1111117 u OrerdrtfU stored tad eeeand n4ss 4 US U litai wrelM aaUa i SSlOO 09 I S kcewdttit 2100 flUnklng ItHntWre set 8ii rre 4x00 00 j this frwa Nitleeal Itaak H f Agealt 4J w 4 Due from ap rril Twcr tit went Y I Cheeks end other each mt 119 si Note sf olber Nall eel HtBka J6H9 00 Fra Uanal piper aamaty lklet and isms II t Uwfirt Meoey lleaer Hi lash tte Spral I150000sLrtftMeeder nelMIJMJ M 1T7W 00 Redemption IremU It Treasr Jtt- ttaL e5wetstleo 1JKQ 0- pTew4iAIiiLii il aJ551ee II plug stark raM In IM0W 7t1kI1ft raliltr r SSI7 Kttlooal g W 000 III10JI11Tul 155 2 1ouutet u 1 J aWta tuutol tketllabeyeelatmalbJ 11 Ot aLKY Ouhltr 0 dayfyomaacrAtlt J n JUTft1fcS U fiiuiKt WO WAUdJDlncun A ipJwkHl ttna at H ten balkltIN larT n en nxw Irtsi JwelUof with water lights free u Net pll S W L A Ire Oil TMt it a BMt it drtk4e bIf Mac l Muldtaf the 4ty llwlii In l IM graded Mao eharahei Je Th feWsg It geJ pea repelrratsIBd will be tU tt a bargtl KyOniaodaMhiltgood Urn and atittxtlldlaft tlUl y aster le IllTiiUu 4S tarn In limber trail tire eta trebebetItoNo 11111100 on aete land lies M eea J t taint tttn raoMi minder etitir ela All nee Hurl oulbulWlDM tilts large Vun ill In- lldeedktrepalri H M newly pilots and N nflent at deer Noel IarIlot Ilenty ol treee plan Pelee IIIW No IftOIr land IB rd Kat tIt mUMttwo rail ij tixlM wilts rf Atttoui lc1I4Ior aslgeNe farm ol in MrH far miles from Klan waraueingatatblIWlap Apiee36lblaegrew farmanionly f oIl1nlrBudsets We earthuat5555 No MVara ol acres In Oa Two story trim dwelling tw good brimnJ otheroutbultdlngi In goal repair Hplendld tobtemland and In goof eeramunuy A bargain at IXW otntoypbeltdlsg dalraWeNo 5llay sere nn lltUAal Nnt Ky tberouUtlUdIDKIopoalI3eechoofledmnnltJ lTlce ALLobuyerlortwatfrom town with or without Als- oIt5y11Ien1100to10000anntato town No 19 00i antt of land near Crab Orchard cheap btlverscdaI2arreesplendid ellterntNo XIIIouMOf Sve rooms porch ae sere orIground I2W and good stable One mile rom toaIStaafonlRomea log stable and wagon ihed combined the other attachedasrnaprlallr orchuJVentegetc This fern hot been occupied by a Iotmetown hID J for IWl for half fID rent and U cnltlnlea In perfectketprntowar5Jtoohow for nNo 34 Dwelling of room with 20 acre Und oulbulldlacstlrawUrrle IwmallrtposeulonlrlcIx0 No 24 Frame hotel Urge room double Term toreroomrontlaabl fordwtlllog 2 Dice slug nicely furnUhed AIUJ6fIND Vacant loteJJolning0feet front 200 eel deep All this property It in London Ky moneyroprletovhasrehuedtonntpropert account wire uchanror3 countymlleafromLancaster lendlotbrancblW through tb PlAce ID11 rich and product grows nemp tobacco Ilewly fene lrchNJmproYeIJldwelling wardrebet In each room pioUlct cellar boulrDIn goal neighborhood nest urch school housebapisowf SoIDnelKrIwtllIDIIplndiet e L R Hughes Secretary alt Tretsurer 1 r