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I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XgXFSTANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY IT 1903 DAM NO 100 NEWS NOTES Horace Honderion died near nope klnirllle aged 01 jcar A woman who hid been bitten by n dog In New York died of hydrophobia 1111IaoxUfO In pistol dual on Nun York itrcoti ono of tbe principals anda spectator were shot cigarettesrWlllliin Frlih killed two men and Injured ibreo others In a shooting affray at Eakmao Va James Smith tbol and Instantly kill cd James Merrlwether In a quarrel over a mule at MadUoovllle Tho Hood situation to Alabama It growing more serious ilany famlllc have been compelled to move The Odd Fallow Temple Company at Cloolooatl which owns a 1250000 bulldln made aonlgamea6- AtClarkvllle Tou Cbarlei Da vldiOD a slo3n miD shot aod killed bli brother Al DavlJiou In eelf do fense William Hooper Young oonvlotcd of I tho murder of Mrs Pulitzer aufferod a complete collapse In bli call In New YorkJohn S WUo of Virginia In a ipeeob In Hoitoo predicted an uprl log of black to the South and a tern bo race war Hon W O Coleman of Sulphur this Stave hat been appointed super Intcndcnlof tbo Contadorato nome to succeed CapU Ford resigned Birch Cooper of Louisville has been Indicted for poisoning bli grandmother with Intent to kill Tbo motive It la thought was to get her estate Tbo hearties greed of parents In New York In forcing little children to work has caused a movement to ioouro moro stringent child labor laws At Jackson Tcno Robert McCoy was called to the door of hi boarding house and shot to death It le bollov od tbe shot was Intended for another manF n Geiger of Cincinnati le nnder arrest charged with the murder of bli wife Hit fouryear old ton who was the only wltncti said his father committed the deed with a pair of sot sera t Mayor Graloger of Louisville hu Investigated tbo complaint that a poor quality of coal was furnished on charity coal orders and op Inspection found that II out of lOV load were slack and dirtJailer Wallace found II steel taw In t In a bundle of ncwipapr sent to Claud t OBrien from Memphis Tone Tho jailor olio Intercepted a letter apparently written by OBrtcn motborglv thoiPreildont Baer of tbo Reading Corn pang mado the cloning argument for the operators before tbo Anthracite Coal Strike CommUilon Ho asserted that a uniform ecalo would bo an Impossibility and favored the plan of a eliding scale to rho and fall wltb the price of coal Mr Darrow In closing fi the miner declared that If Mr Baer bad been willing to agree to such a tcale at tho outlet there would have been no strike Sicknesa stale more savings than tbe burglar Slowly coin by coin the money Uiat kaa been so hardly arced is paid out far drugs ud doctors Sickness is the worst enemy of the work ing man and the common cause of the working rnana Ickueas is disease of the- etmuach often involving the heart lunge kidneysThe Wereea Golden Med icel Discovery will the stealing of the savings by aicknrvs It cures die eases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It cures eases liver lungs kidneys etc when thin diseases are caused by the adiseased condition of the stomach and organs ten I began to have trouble Coaxaotllyofsudioti I i a week my belch u andwaa In awftil been at tuck limes phae and treated by whatteeeT docten soic wayorrtotherr I happene4to- get hold oia nal of sod t thUllhl thf helped me Jl wu then I wrote to you for advke Yw me thd bytoyymptomyou thought I had uee of your Holden MedtrtlINuovery medl and clue Pleasant I hue tikes ttd aa4 m very happy to state that I commended to better start and hue not lot a day thla- troopandbettertitleIhaavvefor I feel tip ten rt no Med scat DIscovery nust- as Dr Pierce Pleasant gu1at6- the pG bowels t jlden The town of Grlmosland N C woe practically wiped out by ore Jtidifo Horsoe W Eo lIb one of the nvm DrnmlaeotolUztn of Elizabeth twn le dead take up hit roiljdencuntMadlannvllle and direct tbo ranere from there Thorn are 05003 regular phys iclaos lathe United State and 10000 ho meo path and eclectics John U T Uarbour was fired upon from ambuib near hU homo at Tubers Station Saturday night With the temperature at degrees below zero the people of Dawion aro suffering from a coal famine A school teacher In Maryland slipped and fell while running after a rocalcl tract pupil and her neck was broken Min Blanche Boise a olsclplo of Car rte Nation smashed four laloons and two drug store wltb an ax at Topeka Deputy Sheriff Vlrg Given shot and killed himself on the street In Morgan field Up was deranged over financial worry Two watchmen guard Spring Cot tage at Lakewood N Jwhile John D Hockfcllor li tbero visiting his daughter Three hundred natives of Control Africa wero slaughtered by a British punitive expedition sent against the EmIr of Kayo Judge John B Cochran a former member of the Kentucky Legislature but n resident of Colorado iloco 1830 le dead at Denver Tbo engineer and fireman warn kill ed and two postal clerk were Injured by mallcloa ditching of a Southern railway train In Virginia Silk worm fed on coloring matter will dye tbo silk naturally to nay shade desired according to a report mado by tbo United States consul at Houbalx Franco Birch Cooper charged with attempt log to poison his grandmother Mrs Nancy Birch In Loultvlllo pleaded not guilty to the Indictment He tIYO bond In 12000 Col John HamptonHogo of Virgin la Is dead of pneumonia contracted while In attendance on tbe Congres atonal reception hold by tbo president at tbo White House Tho manager of tbo pipe line run Dial Into tbo Knox county oil field hat announced that be li ready to take all the oil the wells produce Thirty now well aro being put down Though the Wyoming bllsxard liar or the iboepmen aro not relieved ai the mercury has dropped at a rapid rate and at lonje place li 26 degrees below aero At some points tho now la 30 tent deep The Inoorporatlon papers of tbo L H Ramsey Co were flied at Wheeling W Va The company will control the bill posting right of tbo greater part or Kentucky mot of Wet Virginia and that portion of Ohio of which Iron ton la tho center It will bo Incorpor ated at 1100000 James C Borne who proclaimed himself Jesus Christ went to the river at Whcollnp W Va followed by a crowd and tried to show bli power by walking on top of tho watur Ho al most drowned and after being rescued with dinioulty was placed In jail to await a sanity inquest Pltttburg and ChlcagocapltallitiwIH purchase 30000 acres of coal land In Uarlan Jackson and Bell counties Kentucky and another largo tract over the Virginia line A railroad will bo run Into tbo territory and several mil lions of dollar spent In developing the mineral anti timber resources John Winder tbo manager of Pier pool Morgan West Virginia proper ties ana Dan Hanna ton of Senator Hanna ago accused by a West Virgin la legislator of assault The legislator claims that tbn men beat him and throw him from a carriage during their stay at Charleston The accused deny tbo story and say they never heard of the complainant PAINT LICK Tobacco beds aro being sown Our county roads aro almost impose abler Our doctors report quite a good deal of sickness In tho vicinity Mrs Kayler gave her pupils an on tortalnraont St Valentines eve Mrs Minnie Jennings has gooe to the city to buy her spring roods Our farmers say they are haying too much wet weather for hemp breaking Miss Lucy Francis has opened a ee lent school at New lope school house Joo Hasoldon who Is representing the Now York Lifo Insurance Co Is doing a good business at this placo Joo rather likes Paint Lick any way A Mothers Recommendation I have used Chamberlain Cough Remedy for a number of years anti have no hesitancy In saying that it Is the best remedy for coughs colds and croup I have over used In my family I have not words to express my confidence In this remedy Mra J A Moore North Star Mich For sale by Oralg de locker IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W A Tyler died suddenly In Spencer county Wesley Pcndergrait dropped dead In Boyle county Drilling bas begun for oil In the Waco section of Madison Mat Hale was hold without ball for tbe murder of Jessie PInkney at Jclll co Wm Brown was given a life sentence for killing Tip Farmer In Hot Ian county John Lang a Southern brakoman bad both legs cut off at Sbelbyvillo Ho died from the shock The board of health of Somerset re quires all children attending school to have a ticket of successful vaccination Mrs Frank Cblim widow of a Mexican war veteran Is dead at Ford aged She was the mother of 20 children Mercer and Anderson counties aro becoming Interested In rural tree de livery Botb counties want routes openedAt Judge Bullock tent J B Bourno to jail and fined him 13 for questioning the judges fairness La tor Bourno apologized and the sentence was not Imposed Alexander Sutton has brought suit at Springfield against tho Wood Drug Company for 110000 Ho claims that strychnine was put In a prescription Instead of morphine Tbo Kings Mountain Jelllco Coal Company of Wbltloy county with 124 000 capital stock J N Sharp J W Slier and A Gatllff all of Williams burg was Incorporated at Frankfort At a dance at Edenton Madison county Harlan Reynolds shot and instantly killed Rose Vanderwood and then killed himself Tbo cause of tbo tragedy li not known Both men were said to have been drinking Tho antlialoon spirit has struck Jel llco and It seem tbo laloooi must go A mss meeting which was composed of tbo leading citizens of tbo town met to decide whether the present charter of the town should bo annulled They denounced the saloons oo tar as li known Capt R M Jackson has been buncoed only once since our last issue One day last week a young mm so unfortunate as to have been christened Morris Farris Van Aradell came to London and borrowed five from the Captain until he could reach bis homo at Barrodiburg when be would return same The last heard of Morris Farrls VanArsdoll bo was languishing In the Lexington jail In default of MOO bond London Democrat OTTENHEIBI B F Long bought of Henry Woods a mare for 875 John Bowon sold his family mare to Wrnr Davis for f 06 Wra Anderson averages two load of lumber a week Jo Danville for Chas Bnilln Some of our farmers are scraping tho rust off their plows and gcttlog ready for business John Wetzlo Is itlll doing a thriving business Is as cheap as the cheapest and as good ai the best In all kinds of general merchandise The law mill men are expecting a rush In business for Enilln t Sons and James James all gummed and dressed their taws last week ready for work Bryant Plummer cut a load of hoop poles and through mistake stacked them on Chris Links land Link came aloog a few hours later with an empty wagon Bryant cut the poles but Link got them Garland Singleton of Stanford was a visitor here Thursday Joo Lawson Is talking of moving to Boyle county to live We will miss him of course though ho Isnt much bigger than a pound of soap after bard days wash log Bettor Than Gold I was troubled for several yeais with cJronlclndlgestion and nervous debili ty writes FJ Green of Lancaster N II No remedy helped mo until I bo ga using tlcctrlo Bitters which did me moro good than all the medicines lover used They have alto kept my wife in excellent health for years Sho says Electric Bitters are jut splendid for female troubles that they are a grand ton ic antI invigorator for weak run women No other medicine can downI place In our faally Try them JOe Druggists Satisfaction guaranteed A correspondent of tbo Georgetown Times writing of Barbourvlllo says bo saw a fair maiden milking a inuley cow sitting In a rocking chair ringing When tbo Sun Goes DowoIt We should think a cow etttlog In a rocking chair and singing almost anything would make a fellow tall fit to kill hieeelfCyntblana Democrat Ho was somewhat doubt At he came to expire The future looks bright But it may be the fire It St Paul Dispatch LANCASTER Edge have been aa low a10c Dr Lapalev preached at the Presby terian cburch Sunday Sutton Pherlgo of MoCr arv have sold their crop of tobacco at 6 and 7u The exchange cold Satuday by the Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church realized 111 Rev T N Arnold candidate for Su lerlntendenlof Public Instruction vii lied here Tnuriday A reception will bo given at tbo Ladies Aid Society on Friday evening at tbn residence of Mrs Dr W S Beaz ley Fred Grant of Danville has been In both llryanuvlllfrttnd Lancaster dls Irlotiunc copies of the Kentucky farmer James Splllman told four mules to Fox Mock of DiLVIIle for 1580 and Saunders it Walker bought a bunch of shoats at bin T S Eikln bought a fat beef of Joe Eaton for 127 several heifers of Lo ander Davidson at 3Jc hogs of T B Robinson at tic A gllmpao was bad Saturday of how a lightning express would grace this city when the old horse ran away with the express wagon Tbo Lancaster Prohibition Alliance will hold Its February meeting at Odd Fellows Hall on Friday afternoon at 330 oclock All tbo members are urgently requested to be present A Mothers Meeting has been organized In connection with the W C T U aod will convene as often ai once a month Too first program will bo rendered Saturday afternoon and will be conducted by Mrs J B Klnnalrd The W C T U reception under tbo charge of Uciiamcs Bradley and Lack ey was quite a success with handsome ly sot tables floral decorations and souvenir cards Tbo preachers law yore and hooorary members were the especial guests Rev C M Chumbley Is still coo ducting a revival at Harlan courthouse and his last letter reports CO or moro additions to his own church and a number of accessions to other denoml Nations The revival began in the school and the Interest has widened till tbo people aro coming In largo numbers from the rural districts Tho city council a very worthy body of citizens took the matter In their owp hands Saturday night and mado a visit down on tbo chute to unearth some of the blind tigers and whisky dive that infest that nefarious section of the town They discovered cases of beer and barrels of beverages but mado nn arrests aa they were not supplied with search warrants They have expressed a determination that the blind tigers must go and pro pose to leave no legitimate means un used to usher In a general reformation LancasterMies Embry of Lexington will visit Miss Alberta Anderson this week Mrs W 0 Bradley entertain ed at tea Saturday evening Mrs Geo D Robinson and children of Huston vlllc are visiting Mrs D L Walker Miss Olivia Sweeney Is visiting Mrs Carr of Lexington Mrs W A Price was hostess at a handsome dining Fri day Mr Will Goodloe of Paris has been visiting D M Lackey and family I1s1 Lora Bella Minor gave a party Friday evening Mrs J C Hempblll has returned from a visit to Mrs F D Galnea of Danville Miss Lizzie nude son has returned from a visit to Rich mood Mrs R L Jennings of Paint Lick Is spending the week with her parents hero Miss Margaret Walker gavo an enjoyable Valentino party MATRIMONIAL At Delphie 0 a youth named Lit tlejohn and a lassie named Blgfellow wero united in marriage John W Morgan aged 03 and his niece Mies Nealy Morgan 18 wero married lo Warren county Ward Goodloe a former Danville boy was married last week to Miss Amelia Spcnco at St Louis J R Kemper a widower and merchant of Riley and Miss Amanda Van Arsdall of Perryvlllo were married last week Dr J M Poyntz of Richmond an flounces tho marriage of his daughter Eatello to Dr J Frank Reynolds of Mt Sterling to take placo February 24 Lewis D Sampson formerly of Bar bourvllle but now living In Chicago was married on tbe llth toMls8 Helen Josephine Cummings of that city They will bo at home after March 1 at 150 E 61 Street Chicago Buy It Now Do not wait until you or sonic of your family are sick nigh unto death and thou send for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy but buy It now and bo prepared for an emergency It Is the one remedy that can always be depended upon in the most severe and dangerous cases For sale by Craig Hocker S75OFor Any Winter Over coat in the House Suits Marked Down to Cost Some Less than Cost These Are Cash Prices IT PAYS TO TKADETAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back it youre not satisfied T D mILLER Danville KB fiI GAR LOAD OFt Oliver Chilled Plows and Studebaker Wag ons Just ReceivedF- OR SALE BY i Higgins S McKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Jr Who Shall Fill 111 oataastl saThere should be but one question to consider in deciding where to take your Prescriptons and that is Where are the best Drugs nnd 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 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 Store Stanford Ky i I A WORD 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 HackerSST1NFORDllJ W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST Asks a contlnuanoeofiyour patronage during 1903 and thanks youJor your liberal dealings of the year Just closed st ea sor sts FreshJDrugs at Prices that are Right THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON H H HENNINQEK- Otr W yn County U cudldit for Stat onera iubtct to the action of the Xfemocntlo F rty i J F HOLDAM ti a randlJitc for the Democratic nomination for Qr cult O rk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the arty M F NORTH Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative of Lincoln county Subject to the ac tion of the party J M ALVERSON- Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rep reMntatlve of Uncoln County subject to the action of he party Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD For Circuit Judge MCSAUFLEY For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR TnE Methodists seem moro certain s of bavin secured tho million of dollars itthey eet out to raise for tho now century they are of saving tho number of eoula they aimed to gather In Tbo r I contention that the church bad made one mlllon and a halt converts In the 1la9four years is sharply disputed by Buckley of New York Method t Urn this staunch churchman asserted t was declining In the cast nod thero was no use disguising lobo fact It ls to be hoped Dr Buckley Is mistaken Tbo country bas been In the habit of look a log to the Methodist church as the evangelizing arm of Prolestaatlim But If the salt of Methodism has lost Its savor what Is to bo done It may bo assumed however that oven If Dr Buckley Is correct the church wlll In nowise discouraged It will doubt less prose forward with renewed ener gy to recover tho lost ground In Its an cleat aesurance that tho church mill tent Is to become the church trium phant THE Presidents policy of appointing Negroes to federal offices In the South Iiandalso In the North received a stag gering blow In the Senato Committee on Commerce when tho nomination of Crum to be Collector of Customs at Charleston S C was turned down by t a vote of 8 to 6 Two republicans Per trine of California and Jones of Nova da and all the democratic members of the committee voted against Crum Other republicans wore prepared to do so If their votes were needed to defeat Ihim The sentiment of the committee with the exception of perhaps four re publican Senators was strongly against naming a Negro to so Important an of fice especially la view of tho fierce opposition 9t the white residents of South Carolina regardless of politics GEN BASIL DDKB says the Presi dent offered him tbo Federal Judgeship over a week ago Be bad Intend ed to keep It secret but the President mentioned thetender himself to Mr Kehoe Tbo old Confederate who fought ao bravely under John L Mon lan ought to be ashamed of the course habas pursued and doubtless ho Is else he would not have attempted to keep the offer a secret THERE plentymoney in circa lation if you can get hold of it The amount now in tho United States Is according to the treasury department the largest ever reported as to total stock and circulation being 82355 f 733834 or 890000000 more than a year ago The increase In circulating me dium since 1898 has been 8768000000 FRIDAY the House broke all previous records In the matter of private pens sloe legislation It was the last oppor ltunityof passing pension bills at this and the calendar was cleared i not only of House but of Senate bills 325 In all being passed Three hun dred and twelve is the highest previous record made f ISIllCE a great many society ladies they can not belong tothe Daughters of the Revolution an exchange suggests that they get up I a new organization of Mothers of the Next War t THERE are just two more weeks of Deboe Moss and Irwin thank the Lord and then tho Congressional delegation I will bo democratic with the exception of Borelng from the 11th district HAWAII hall asked congress for 80 600000 for publlo works this year It has taken Hawaii almost no time to learn that the United States treasury is legitimate loot POLITICAL Tho Army Staff Dill was signed by the president and la now a law Gen Joe Wheeler has declared himself In favor of pensioning former slavesAndrew Carnegie offered to pay the sum of 1300000 In crib demanded by Germany of Venezuela In addition to the Amount previously agreed on h The Indiana Sonata killed the bill to permit Sunday base ball playing Judge T R MoBeatb the new ro porter for the Court of Appeals has boon sworn In The protocols have all been signed and tbo blockade of Venezuelan ports has boon raised by the powers Tho President sent to the Senate the name sit George B Cortelyou to bo Secretary of Commerce of Labor John Alsbury who ran agalist Lin cola for the Legislature In Illinois died In the poor asylum at Buffalo Ill The Omnibus Public Building Bill carries 110000 each for the government buildings at madonna and MayiTlllt Attorney General Knox says the leg islation affecting trusts as paassd by Congress Is satisfactory to the Admin istration William Jenmlngs Bryan fiercely as sailed Mr Cleveland and tbe democrats who left tho party In 1896 In a speech at Columbus At a big meeting of Negroes in Waihligton President Roosevelt was enthusiastically precalmod a second Abraham Lincoln James M Richardson editor of tbo Glasgow Times sod one of the State Prison Commissioners will It la sa- bo a candidate for Congress In the Third district next year Somo of the democratic Senators are trying to Induce Mr Tlllman to refrain from delivering his promised speech on the presidents Negro appointments but thorn Is little probability that he will desist Politicians at Mt Sterling say this will be tho democratic ticket For gov ernor Beckham for lieutenant govern or Ronlck for auditor flagon tree urer Richardson secretary of State McChesnoy attorney general Carroll clerk of appellate court Chino Senator Fortune of Jeffersonvllle created a sensation at Indianapolis by announcing that a lobbyist bad ap proached him with an other for four votes Tho lobbyist aaked that the votes be secured In tho Interest of u garnlsbee bill pending in the Indiana Legislature Carnival of Crime From the Somerset Journal wo learn that a meeting of wholesale liquor dealers and distillers hold at the Gait House In Louisville resolved that The Carnival of Crime Itwblch has recently held sway In Louisville Is due largely to a few disreputable saloons and expressed hostility towards every saloon conducted in violation of the law It But In as much of the judges of tbe criminal courts of this country have testified that three fourths ot the crimes committed la the United States are the direct or indirect results of the liquor business the people do not coed an opinion on the subject tram the Reputable Resolutora What la the difference in effects mana who drinks whisky In a dis reputable saloon and one who drinks in a law abiding saloon How any man can call a business Reputable that causes more misery crime and poverty than everything else combined Is a mystery to anyono free from Mammon and Dachas ItTi further stated that Tho Prod dent of tho Notional Wholesale Liquor Dealers iq Instructed to prepare a mod el llconie law for submission to tbe Legislature of the varloua States to tbo end that Improper persons may not bo licensed to retail liquors When the devil submits a codo on morals and religion to the Almighty will this act of arrogance be equaled No amount of license tax no amount of reasoning no amount of condemna tion of little dogs by big loaders and heads of the army of mandestroyers can make a business reputable or right that has cursed every family in the United States coming as close at least as first cousins I challenge the exception Jos BALLOU THIS AND THAT Mark Hardln bought of Ansel Baugh a milk cow for 130 Tho Standard Oil Company has declared a dividend of 820 per share Leonard Tipton was drowned by tho overturning of a boat In Esttll county- A Philadelphia diamond broker was robbed of 17000 worth of diamonds at Chicago Willlston N D Is tho coldest spot In the United States the temperature there being 42 degress below z sro Tho blizzard has crippled the railroads In various parts of the country In Wisconsin the temperature dropped to 23 degrees below Dr J I Tbarp a physician of Wash ington Ga was shot and killed by Frank Rucker who alleged the doctor had Insulted Mrs Rucker Escaped aAwfulFate Mr II Haggles of Melbourne Fla writes My doctor told mo I had Consumption and nothing could be done for me L was given up to die Tho offer of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings New Die covery for Consumption Induced me to try it Results were startling I am now on the road to recovery It surely saved MY life This groat cure Is guaranteed for all throat and lung diseases by all Druggists Price 60c and Trial bot tle free ROOM for rent Mrl E Hlgglus i WAYNESBUIG Mumps are prevalent her Mad dOlls have made their appearance again In this community The sale of Tom Braewoll was well attended and much property was dls posed of The young folks had qulto a nlco time at the party at Mr S H Gooohs Saturday night Richard Jacobs and Will Routon had an altercation last Saturday resulting In Routers getting an arm broken Rev W R Davidson tilled his ape potntment here Saturday and Sunday delivering some excellent sermons Tho wet weather has put the roads In very bad condition which makes tray cling very uupleasant In this part ot the country The Maccabees have put a nice fence around their hall which Improves tho looks considerably If wo only had somo sidewalks now wo would begin to look rather townlsh Revel Gooch and sister Miss Etta entertained a number of their friends Saturday evening at thou home In a most charming manner Every ono went away feeling happy over baring been present E B Caldwell SODS aro doing a splendid mercantile business at this place They can supply their custo mere with most any thing they call for Gooch Sons who carry a full line ot city stocks aro alto doing a good bud neesWe had quite a nlco time at our box supper Wednesday night Several dollars wore made up for the benefit of tbo school library Little Van Singleton has the mumps also Brlnkley Gooch and several of the other children In the neighborhood Dr A K Caldwell purchased ot Dutch Gooch a fino saddle horse Tho doctor Is a fine follow in every way physician and as a citizenboth aa a but ho thinks quite a lot of his horso He can be seen at most any tlmo of day or night but In all cases bo the call urgent or not ho travels just ho lime never exerting his horse Little Miss Etta Goocb the child has been down telegraph operator with mumps but Is out again Miss Williams is teaching school at lara where she seems to be giv g groat satisfaction Mrs Pitman has returned from Junction Cttywbcro she hIS been so long on account of mgll pox W M Gooch went to Stan ford yesterday to bo treated for appen Icicle by Dr OBannon Mrs H Singleton and Mrs Lee Dotv Saturday Mrs Drwent to Lexington A K Caldwell baa been visiting her friends at Mlddloburg Mrs W M Jackson of Chattanooga Is with her father E B Caldwell Jr and Yawl lYeMrs Caldwell Is a boadtlful and talented lady She leaves soon to join her husband In West Virginia where they will make their future homo We her up as sbo regret very much to give and church worker is our loading society having served the Sunday school and treasurer for both as secretary flvo years LAND STOCH CROPS ETC sale Coulter White has 40 shoati for E T Ponce bought of Lutes Co 28 ehoats for ISO At Macor Ind 33 Qnelv bred hog bogs sold for 85333 FOR SALE 20 good short yearlings J W Allen Huetonvillee W L Sears of Lexington refused 115000 for Jay MOre or Several pairs ot nice work mules for salo C T Boboo Hustonvllle tt of Rud Mo W C Greening bought Cormlck a pair of mules for 1230 Will Cordler sold to H B Forrlll 60 barrels of corn at 82 60 In the crib Coulter White bought ot D G Ellis ott Sons 120pound hogs at 535 SEED OATS bushels of No 1 seed oats for sale W G Cowan Hut e tonvllle Ky- WILLIAM FIELDS sold to Lutes Co 28 pigs at 83 and to W A Trlbble 20 hogs at 6c WORK MULES A number of work mules three to six years for sale sin gle or In pairs 0 M Jones Maywood Ky J N Hlslo agontfor tho Continent al Tobacco Company purchased of Georgo G and J C Hamilton of Bath of tobacco for county 225000 pounds 12100G Gaines sold to Roberts ot Ins for 8175 and a diana s black gelding bay gelding for 8150 E T Bcazloy bought of S G Burton 25 ewes at lt Richard Alexander made a record In ho bought a lothog profits Last year ot hogs for 145 Attar one years seed ing be sold out the bunch a few days ago for about 8400 Advocate Tho host physic Once tried and you will always use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets sy a William A Gi rani Pease Vt These Tablets are the and most re most prompt most pleasant liable cathartic in use For sale by Craig ElockerTimber For Sale I 300 400 acres ofboundary of orI have a timber for lIale U lIe to RUlSen county between 3000 and 4000 trees and there aro For particulars can on or write to T B UAMMOND9 BaWoclc Casey Co Ky tf t r QRfNQ LDftit it This week we put on sale several thousand yards M ill ends which we bought below the market Here are some of the good things Black Blue White and Grey Mohair AO inches wide worth 75o go at 18o n yard Extreme wide mercerized oxfonl white prico 2Co our price 15c a yard COO yards imported madras newest stripes made to soil at 20o our price lOc a yard Special 200 tine heavy corsets the price on those was 125 they RO at 7Uc r300 PAIRS LADIES SHOES Sizes 2J Auld 3 Button and Lace worth up to 83 go at 4 Sc not new elylo and the above sizes only 5000 yards 8inch Hamburg worth 25c goes at lOco Your last chance to get this Just received a now line of mens fine clothing tho celebrated Kirschbaum hand madu warranted to fit and worms perfect as a tnilormado suit We can fit you Price from 5 to 820 250 pairs nllwool jeans pants worth Si and 8125 nil go at 6Qo We take your eggs and butter at the high est market price in exchange IEr1 Chinaware tickets given on each purchase THE GRAND LEADERM B LEVY CO Prors S B LEVYManaper DR P WI Carter- DENTIST StanFordrKontucky Office In Myors Mouse Fiats Go To George B Harris Crab OrcbardlI Per naggetee of Grocerlei and Oakes Rte Just received Ultltllt markgt prices for Hatter Egge Give him a tr11 POSTED I we whets names appear below poIIUn1r forbid liUQtlig trapping or trllIuIOK ta anyway on oar land will prcneeala to tbe all extent of the lawpr ona of such Mike lastr Mike Fuhauner Mats thew Drlcsor and Christian Urieiler NEW LIVERY STABLE- s W1i1IUEE k N1mI JUNCTION CITY KY PintClam Tarnonti p at Reasonable lute Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Salt JACK SALE Wo will IrVctlnesdltyr March 4 1903 sell 40 Jocks at special sale Send your entries in at once Fox LOGAN Danville J D I wearer Insurance flrjent Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents Tho Home of Now York the largest company In the world Assets 91501844943 Surplus as regardi policy holders 59068687 85 Farm property in Casey Garrard coin counties Phono 21 Stanford Kentucky IF YOU Contemplate travel North or South East or West write us for rates and printed matter Wn on give all tho Information you want Queen Crescent Route is the Shortest Route to New Orleans Jacksonville Atlanta Knozvllle Cincinnati Savannah Shrevtport Birmingham and Texts points Di reel line to Cuba and Porto Rico S T Swim P A T Aj Lexington W 0 RIXEABSOV Q P A Cincinnati J 0 COiN D P A Chattanooga NOBTII BOUND Leave Moreland 112 p ta Leave Junction City 452 a m 120 p m II GOO a m SOUTHBOUND Leave Moreland 1150 p m 1127 a m Junction pity 1135 n m 1117 am 805 p m FURNITURE Carpets Mattings Rugs Wall Paper Picture Frames Cllc 1wwtf1 The tateit MveltlM In Matting Oar tt Wallla 8f4 ar newapcn to tie loi ctkin of the public and we mure our pas trees hat they can get their moneys worth bY tradlig with s NO JOCKEYING AI A Lady a OentleuaB a Hilld ND boar anything U Mir MM ass Mtva money U you Sad the good that suit tbe prUe k rlllhtIWITHERS FURNITURE COMPANY j I 1 i CliattarioogapiowsThe funded if their work is not satisfactory A trial is all we ask CEO H FARRIS a CO Stanford Ky WasftillgtonsirlME Was noted for Its good tasto in Silverware tSeecs Cuff Buttons Etc W H MUELLER Stanford KY What Do You WishuWhen selecting groceries reliable sub stance or mere shadow If substance and rood quality and Rood value you wish then come hers for it In my large and thingthatalso of f PINE CIGARSAnd tobacco and bunJhxla of values too numerous to mention Come aid coo and bo convinced and IP 11 cause no strain on JgJ the GroliervJMPioln St Stanford Ky y i I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANlORD KT Pen 17 1W3 t1 In Oiling your prescriptions we UM rportloolnot do better If yon paid ui double tko price which It always reasonable Pen cvi Drug Store PJ51SONALS DR W n PENNY spent Sunday with his pother here Nits HO nUILEY wont to Boyle Friday to too a elck relative MRS WAVKUIY HAMILTON returned to her homo at Henderson yester day HEV R R NOEL spent Sunday with hit daughter Mlda Mary Noel in nan rlllo MARK IIAKDIN and ble father Mr M D Birdie went to Montlcello lost LeXIlOltoz army MRS O J GROW Is vUItlnir her daughter Mr J II Menlo In Ilardln county Miss JENNIR WARREN Is visiting her cousin Mrs Luclea Dcckner In Winchester MRS FLLA MAY HEWITT of Loban onJuo ion Is with her sitter Mrs Will Cordler MRS n O NrwSOM and children of Fayeltevllle Tonn aro with her brother Mr A O Alford TUB eged mother of J It Sutton of tho Prcachorevllle section suffered a stroke of paralyils last week t HON O M DAVISON who malice his headquarters at Covlneton spent Sunday with his mother hero MR JAMES W GUEST says that ho will not bo a candidate lor Representa Live under nay circumstances NEWS has reached hero of the arrival of a little dituehtor at the homo of Eldp Joseph Severance at Newtown JOHN MBNBPHK returned to college at Lexington Sunday ills brother George accompanied him for a brief visit VM DUNAVISNT of Pltubyrjr hu a new daughter The mother Is a dough ter of Mr J D Daitln of the Kwell sectioneNKWB comes from Danville that a pretty little daughter arrived at the homo of Mr and Mrs John S Wells Saturday MR J P COOK of Lexington spent Sunday with his parent here He left last night to attend the shorthorn sale aL Chicago OAIT JACK IJOSLUY was In town Saturday afternoon for tbo first time J In months ills many friends were do 4 lighted to see him JIJBSK NANCE who served under Capt Preston Brown In the 2nd Infan try In the frt Is at homo in the West End just discharged Miss LIN LiTHOOW of Loulsvlllo will bo tho pucit of Mesdames R S I Lytlo and W B Penny nntll after tbo festivities of the 22nd Danville News Miss PRRDA MIKR was the holder of the lucky number that drew tbo larg mod handsome clock offered as a prlzo by the firm of Gentry Farris k Mono t fee Danvillo Courier CARWELL son of Hon M 0 Snufloy has proven to be a genuine chip of tho old block by winning tbo recent orator Ical Inter colleglattt contest over nine other contestants though It was his first public effort Harrodsburg Ram ocratMiss SARA WOOD LYNN will give a musical and reading entertainment at Montlcello Tuesday evening of next week We can promise those who At toad an evening of pleasure R H c Pdttus Is here from BrjnnUvllIo Som erset Republican DR JOHN M FRAZKK of Maysvllle candidate for commissioner of agricul tore was hero Friday and Saturday In tbo interest of his race Tbo doctor t WMa gallant defender of tbo Lost Cause Is a staunch democrat and makes many friends wherever be goes PROP RICE S EOUANK prlaclpalof- tbo Stanford Graded School and a teacher of Coo ability was In tbo city yesterday prosecuting his canvass fo the State Superintendent of Public In structlon and made many friends and supporters Prof Eubank comes from iasection that has naked little at tho hands of tbo democracy of tbo Stet t and being well equipped for the offlco ho seeks his friends fool that ho should bo given the nomination Lexington Democrat LOCALS FRESH salmon today T C Willis a Let Frank Adklns II x your umbrella t SCHOOL books yea supplies at Craig Hookers GRASS land and two stables for roe Ninoy yandoveerItCHOUSE nod lot with good outbuild d ttogs on Fast Main street for rent Will Cordlonei ED WILKINSON will move his family to the rooms In tho Commercial Hotel how occupied by Col W O Welch when that gentleman vacates thorn which will bo soon Pet rStraub will move Into the residence which Mr r WUklnsoa will vacate c ae da WHAT Beeamet Parker at Wal tons Opera House Feb 27 tf NICK lino of t prleealtlagl and pants just In H O Rupleya Dno BARNES will begin a weeks meeting at Owngsvlllo tonight WovonWireCo a TRY a package of Pondonnls Engls DrlibJrMR W L MCCARTY who put up lcarhaaW C GREENING sold to Mrs Salllo Bailey tho house and lot in Huston villa occupied by Mr C W Adams for 1400 GROROE GOOOH a Negro was ad judged of unsousd mind In Judge Bal lays court and was taken to Lakeland Asylum last week A social will bo given at tbo Baptist parsonage by Rev and Mrs 0 M Iluoy Friday evening next Everybody Is Invited HICKS wsagiven days In Jill by Judo Halley for stealing a lot of brass from J T Jones tbo tinner at his trial Saturday SAM TCCKER has moved his black smith and woodwork shop to Maryland whoro bo house tbo people will give him liberal patronage OoorgoUUDDbur pike at MO and sold him his store houso In Huitonvlllo for 8600nTOM 0 trillark Jape on the rock pllo for breaking late his aunts house Tom spends almost as much tlmo In jail as he does out of It Till Withers Furniture Co will got lea carload of matting this week This U no doubt the biggest shipment of matting ever made to Stanford FOR RENT Storeroom on Lancae tor street and law allies formerly oc ouplod by W A Trlbble Apply at this olJlco or write to W P Walton Lexington 4t CARSON It PENCB ready to wait on tbo people In an oxohango at their storo Wheat earn oats bay etcMtaken In exchange for lour meal stuff and cotton seed mealy RMIRYMr anon Embry aged a bout SO died In Loulsvlllo Sunday He married a slater of Mr T J Foster of this place who preceded him to the era TO a number of yenta JOHN GREBN a Negro boy 11 years old hu been ordered sent to tbo louse of Reform for five years by Judge Bat Icy Ho Is guilty of pout larceny and other charges are assessed salon him TilE house end t notes of land In Crab Orchard owned by the late Mrs Clara Singleton was sold at auc flan by Administrator M S Baugh nun Saturday F J Oolnl bought It t61To SOLD FanuMr S W Glvens sold his 100acro farm in the Shelby City section yesterday to John Deton of Jessamine at 157 Mr Glvons will have a sale of personalty In n fowwceks and will likely movo to Mlddlcsboro ON the docket of the February torn of circuit court which begins Monday next there are 101 Commonwealth ca leI 16 ordinary 1C ordinary appearan toe 18 equity appearances and 07 equity Thorn are five divorce suits on the docket THE cast of chnmcujrs and synopsis e of What Became of Parker the pretty play to bo given at Walton Opera louse on Friday evening 27tb appears on our fourth page As Miss Georgia Lewis is In charge of tbo en tertainment It Is an assured fact that It wilt bo a pleasing coo TUE reunion committee of tho Confederate Veterans Association has of cored n prize of 125 for the design for an emblem to be placed on tho badges Orrloans mooting This Is a chance for enterprising young Stanford people to show their taste and Ingenuity 0bloRE ROOM Severance S Son have rented the up stales over their store to Col W O Welch who will occupy thc rooms for isle lax office and stooping apartments They will build a room baokoftbolr etoro In which ladles readytowear garments will bo die played This will mako tbolr store much larger as well as much more con venient OUR rleodJullaa Bourne who is practicing law In Lexington bad a narrow escape from Incarcera triotd boforo County Judgo Bullock and stated to His Honor that ho did not think bo had given justice Judgo Bullock said You say you didnt think you got justice Mr Bourne replied No I dont Tho Judge then said Well Mr Bourns I will tine you S3 sad glvo you six hours In the county jail for contempt of court Mr Bourne Insisted that bo meant nc reflection on the court and Judge Bul lock suspended both fine and sentence CRUSHED Oyster Shells for chickens at Craig it Hockere adverumedjon WE have plenty mfoIles good cheapJTHIS Is the coldest morning of the winter The mercury stood at 0 at 530 and snow itarly a foot deep covers the earth WE have just opened big shipment of woolen and silk novelties such as llaked etamlnos voiles mistral bourett silk mohair wash silks foulard silk dainty pin check silks pin stroked silks lc Our spring stock will bo larger than ever before and for style and quality will bo superior to any In this market John P Jones THE hitching Vquestion at flarrodsburg Is at last eottled and the country breathes seder Thefcourt of appeals affirmed the judgment of the Mercer circuit court In the taco of the county of Mercer against the city of Horrodsburg Tho county instituted the suit for 13200 damages for alleged failure of the city to carry out a con tract for the Improvement of the court houso square and tbo preservation of a hitching post thereon Thq city had abolished the rack as being a nuisance The circuit court dismissed the potS don of tho plaintiff The appellate court In upholding that judgment says that the contract was entered Into with tbo knowledge that the rack might be soma a nuisance as the city grow in population sad that the county Is en to no relief for the abating of the Now let the good country people of Mercer patronize tho livery stables Their horses will fare much better and the expense will not bo so groat We commend tQ them the stu ble kept by our good reload and former county man Mr Luther B Glvons KlNUBVILLE If as much business wore dona all over Lincoln county as le transacted on the 25 or 30 acres covered by Klngsvllle this would be the busiest portion of this grand old Commonwealth Thorn Is scarcely a minute during working hours that the Klngsvlllo merchants aro not up and doing and tho volume of buslnessdone In that Insignificant looking little town immense The merchants are W L- cCarty G A Walter J M McCarty J W Thompson and Don Heater and It they are not getting rich we do not see why Besides selling every Imaglna boa kind of merchandise a groat amount of timber of various kinds Is handled jy them This brings In lots of filthy lanes and Is good both for the timber men and merchants Tho Pennybaek cr Hotel now in charge of J M Mo Carty Is as popular as of yore and Is deservedly so Mr McC and his ex cellent wlfo aro setting a splendid taboo and the rooms aro as clean and tidy as you find anywhere Mr McCarty of tho Kings Mountain Canning Co Is cootractlog for a largo crop of tomatoes and beans this year lie canned goods are always In demand and sell at top prices Dan Hester Is enlarging bin restaurant so as to bettor accommodate his largo and growing patronage G A Walter Is still selling lots of goods He Is as popular as a beau as ho Is as a merchant nod tbo wonder Is to us box ho has remained a bachelor so long Dr C M Thompson Is beautifying his homo with a corps of carpenters sad painter The Christian church has recently bona treated to a coat of paint brokendtimes from the Injured member Sho Is able to walk however CHURCH MATTERS MethodistschurchA minister married soy en wives and is now in prison Memorial exorcises commemorating the blowlig up of the battleship Maine were held la Havana harbor by Amor leans and Cubans Sunday The Jews now propose to follow all tho other churches and bavo one or more Held secretaries for the organiza tion of congregations and Sabbath schools Rey C E W Dobbs formerly edi tor of tbo Democrat at Harrodsburg has been unanimously called to the pastorate of the First Baptist church at Marietta Ga Ho has decided to accept and will remove with isle family to the Georgia city In tho near future A A Warren has been elected su perintendent of the Christian Sun day School to succeed W S Greer who recently moved to Big Stone Gap Mr Warren was superintendent of the Sunday School at Stanford for several years Mlddlcsboro News Thq Sun day School would have found It dim cult to procure the services of a better man or a better fitted ono The trial of Sol and Jim Tom Griffin charged with the murder of Deputy Sheriff Wash Thackor In Clay county two years ago ended In a verdict of not guilty at London Unknown moo disguised as women robbed an East St Louis Ill jewelry store of a tray of diamonds The wife of Roy T B Godboy Is dead at New Castle Miss Lou Scott Is dead at Psrry vllfe To Tobacco Men I I hate abnadaat rood tobacco land and navealreadyfor iaU on eaiy terms 0 R USUWHIR Jumbo Ky Strawberry Plenty For Sale strawberrypleats EarlyDanrJandc per 100 an long ss they last J L JOIINSON KlgsTllle Ky Hemp Seed For Sale I A limited amount of strictly nice clean ImporatlonforleHANKd 11UIHON Lancaster Ky NOTICE I All persons baying clolma against the es tate of Tlmotny Ilardln deceased will upon pretritln them to mo properly veri bed receive payment MARK HARDIN Admlnlttrator R B MalloRy Insurance fluent Fire Life Accident and Tornado None but the larg est and beet companies represented Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky PUBLIC SALE I will sell at auction at my farm 3 miles South of OUenhelm on Crab Orchard Wayoetburc rOAd on- f1ArUIWAY FEB S8 Three homes 2 cows jearllog halter 3 yearold halter bogs reaper mower bug gy phaeton spring wagon 2borse Wagon pitchtorh45 hens gesso a bedttradt 3 tables 8 chain wanhitandi cook troves kitchen utensils Terms made known on day of sate JOSEPH LIEDL PUBLIC SALE Of Farm and Personalty As agent of the heirs of the late J Terry deceased I will sell at public out cry on tbo premises on- THUU3DAY PER Zs Tho farm of so acres lying 2 f miles from pikeOnot six room cistern at the door barn corn cribs aDiIotbn necessary outbuildings At the sane time will sell 40 acres of timber Jand lying one mile South of the term on tbe pike near Ml Salem The personal prop erty to sold consists of about 40 barrels of corn In the crib lye stock hogs weight about pounds meat and lard of tour hogs one Shorse wagon and harness open top buggy and harness mowing machine a lot of forming implements corn ilieller household nod kitchen furniture TanKLand onehalf cash balance Jan 1801 note with isle bearing 6 per cent Interest from date Purchaser can pay all it desired Personalty cub Land will eur- veyd to purchaser Wallace Ooode on the farm t to any one before day of sale EDWARD ALCUHX Act Rda and w boiootirct harness mBets Oil Ic r slits the kpsthltk poioNo roogh tor fan to cW Land cm T braeM set loollobke BtW bat wears twic Mkubytk ool antraiu Sold srcrrwliert allIjMad S4adard Company r u CRGI I I LeXInGTOnDemOClRKL Is the only doily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year It is especially devoted to the Interests of the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor WPvWalton Editor 8 Pror Lexington tKy 0It000Yr 7 vuuw iiiiu vuuw 250Queen 250IISuits 500 to 2000 250t01500 500OBryan i Stetson hats 350 y 200MonarchWerthcimcra Gloes100 to 8200 8350Suitees ssattl Full Lino ties Trunks and Toloscopos All Grades For tho Bost thekets Afford Trade With Cummins a Mart FEBRUARY 1 We ah Vays reduce prices on OVFRCQFTSThis money that is tied up in them Second they aro in our way and wo need every inch of space in our room At those prices you can well afford to put them away for next seasons 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 PricesN M Terms Cash IJii1 HJM Roberts J w LbIImBe Sure Youre I ight iiFI IL tToknow you are getting your goodsr misonLOW PRICES as ri Ours stand tho test of the second 1 lexamination at homo Wo always into the quality in order to give you your worth We are making monoysttIJteresting prices on Calicoes Per tttcales Ginghams Cottons White i Laces Hamburgs Etc OnoJprice to allthat the lowest 1 t 1 SEVERANCE SON ImSIQSFO Jt o OLIVER PLOWS II andWoodKinds ofiREPAIRS W EEERKINS FOR RENT byWmSOYerlloco J D OWSLEY P P MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon KyjOAlceatJ1 Benxleyfl Livery Stable Crab IIKyPUBLIC SALE 1 Slaving sold our farm we will on WEDNFSDAY FEBS On the premises SJi miles Northeast of Llb AllddloburgTurnplker log personalty towlti Two bred brood goodworkers DelmoatOhlef pairyearlingyearling Shorthorn bul 0 yearling beaters and steers suckling calf 10 head of hogs barIplements such as wagons plows mowing andkitchenTerms made known on d of tale r JBJ WAt t f THEJNTEK10RJODR1L Jtnttred n the pottojflce at Stanford at leonddau matter mad Fzldp fpa1Uahedorullsasr CASH am Wfcen not lopaldaaoo will bechsrged I I I 1146amC0 026 ii II South12lsamN-ot 23 s p m PARKER HAIR BALSAM Chaos toll btftOtlfitJ tM hair nag hnuritnt growth Never rails to Jteitore ar Ual to 1U YoutUiM arO- rrindtioJatDneis Mason Hotel MRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky l Newly furnished clean beds sllendld table Every king first class Porter meet all trains 89 A S PRICEf Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky UcBobert Drog Son In the Owtley I t IOlleunr A Bnlldlng JONES DENTISTStanford I Ilya e over Higgins McKInnoys Ston I IomCA Telephone K 01 iTHEJoseph Price Infirmary all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Hoard and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bill Sue when serrlcos are rendered and must N paid promptly Giboney Jeffries t Livery Food Sale Stable Liberty Kyl Drummers Rigs a deity nigh Grade Horses und Mulos bought and sold iced horses receive personal attention A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Otters his ser ticcs as Auctoinaer to the people of Lincoln County He will please both in work and- price Write to him Tralor8iicEDR8LIn5 Whlskii Brandy Wines Beer GInars Etc IIOarpenter DepotSTANFORD KYI and polite attention Nothing but the bet cr telegraph orders receive Ipromptttentlon t BLACKDRAUGHT 1 CON ORTIPATION iConstipalion is nothing more than a clogging and nothing than vital stagnation or if not If every constipated sufferer allowinlpoisonous system he soon Ret relief Constipation invites all kind of contagion Headaches bilious ness colds and man other ailments disappear when consti pated arorclieved Thed thoronghlytf manner viopurgingI cathartics origitmado by The Chattanooga Medi cine Co Sold druggists in 25 cent and 100 packages 1001InraD httoohhllllllk JllllaDil house sit the 11we ud hare Dud It Tor the last lea JUrs never gat chlMrrn soy other Justine I thlak 1 rode never be able to work It on arroant of belay troubled with k rowtlpatloa Vour medicine Ii all that leap me up II cFiRLLD M e NOTICE I Notice mutual consent the firms of CRosensuneCoand J Rosensone It Co composed ot C Rosenstlne Rebecca Rosen- Mine M Ro en tlne Jake Roen tln anj Rober Rwenstlne have tram dissolved Jake RostniilM and Rebecca Rojenitlne contlnu the business under the firm name of J Rosenstlroe It Co at frankfort Ky C Rosentlne and Robed Rosenstlne will con tlnue butlnets unJtr the firm nine of C Rosenstlne It Co at SUnfjM Ky M Roienjtlne will continue business st Frankfort Ky Individually STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Hya cinths Narcissus Floral designs on short notice Bedding and Vegetable Ilants of nil kinds In season Phone 29rlng JNOCHRISTMAN Stanford HC RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Hustonville Property For Sale I will over at private sale my property situated on tho of Main on east skis of College street In Uustonvllle Ky consisting of and llory stable and vacant lot This property Is well arranged for hotel or boarding house and livery stable on name a nice livery barn 65x75 and all outbuildings necessary tar hotel and livery purposes and va cant lot for private It desired water In abundance Property Is well arranged for private residence and is now rented for that purpose It you want good paying Ile call on or U 6 Carpenter Huston rule Ky To the Coal Consumer I Having bought out Higgins r Sims the coal dear we are now to furnish the people of Stanford and surrounding country tho best braids of coal at the lowest market price for cash Farmers we will take your and corn In exchange for coal at the market price We solicit your trade and guarantee weight for coal houseOrders atmoneyyour phone 41 or lioonoi livery stable No 96 Boone = DunavontST- flNFORO KT J+ C+ McGMY UKDBRTAEEBEDIBALMER And Dealest In ITABNES3 SADDMG3Y 0 Stanford Ky J La Beazley 8 Co Undertakers and- Embalmors AUODKALUIIII Furniture 3IattlngsRtiBS They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DRe FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysBladder aebeHeartDiseanearavelDropsy Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you f necessary wrlto Dr l cnnet Ho has spent a life time curing just tuck cases nsyoura All consultations Free- I had fovcrorase of Uldncr disease and rheumatism discharging bloody matter Sulfured intcnso wlfa was nrrncted with female troubles Dr Konnerii Uduer nnFI1 WHEELER Jure Randolph inn PruKBlsU60etI Ask for Coot Hook Free STYITUSDANCE CURE Sure Onro Circular Dr Fcnncr ircdonla NJf People Will Talk Yes people will talk The saying Is true They talk about me And they talk about you Ifjwoijfo to tho opera Somo ono will say Wo should KO to church And learn how to pray II It wo go to church And offer up prayers They say wo aro hypocrites And putting on airs If wo are rich They call us a thief Scoff at our sorrows And laugh at our grief If we are poor They say that wo shirk Were always laxv And cover would work They talk of our prospects Thor talk of our past And If wo aro happy They say U cant last They talk of our loved once They talk of our foes They talk of our follies They talk of our woes They talk of our joys They talk of our rear They talk of our smiles Thuy talk of our tears They talk If wore single And they talk it wo wed They talk of us living And will talk of us dead Tho wo live like an angel With circumspect walk Our efforts are useless For people will talkEx FAIR DATES The following is the list ot fair dates fixed for this year Richmond July 13 0 days Grab Ore hard July 224 days Georgetown July 28 4 days Cynthlana July 29 4 days Danville August 4 4 days MailUonville August 4 days Lexington August 10 0 days Fern Greek August 18 4 days Lawrenceburg August 18 4 days Shepbcrdsvllle August 25 4 days Bardstowa Sept 11 days Elizabethlown Sept 84 days Bowling Green pt15 4 days Owemboro Kentucky State Fair Sep tember 21 G days The scratch pines cause the lots of a limb or even death when blood poisoning results from the Injury All darn ger of this may be avoided hoiriver by promptly applying Chamberlains Pain him It is an antiseptic and unequalled as a quick healing liniment for outs buriscs and burns For tale by Craig h locker r A package of letter containing checks and commercial papers aggre rating 150000 te missing from tbo Lou isvilleIndianapolis mall The pack ale was mailed In Louisville Jan 1 A Forcible Reminder The other day a colored teamster driving along the Booncsboro pike with an empty bay wagon pulled one side near Forest Orovo church and stopped to think Ho had forgotten Borasthlog and was cudgeling his brain quite seriously when a wellknown oil taco of Winchester came along Howdy do bogs howdy do said tho teamster Ie mighty glad to ceo yer deed I Is kale I Is In cr heap cr truble Mr Gaines bo done soot me down hero tor git or load or hay an I done clean forgot da mans name wat got do bay Now bout YOU knows all dean people roun heab spoionlyou call over de names an raobba bltll kinder fresh my memry II Well said the citizen was It flush IINo IIhIElkln No slob- IILI810 I No eahi Qulsenberry No cab Dldntsoun nuthln llko nun er dem Souned mo like sumpn minded me er Urlsmui an1 de fofe or July an1 tloze like dat Holllday 2 Oats do mao Date do maul shouted tho darker throwing up both hands Mr Lewis Holllday Much erblecgad boss Git up Llze Dado man and on ho went for the bay Winchester SunSentinel a Tendency of the Times The tendency of medical science is toward prcvcnliye measures The best thought of the world la being given to the subject It is cedar and better le prevent than to cure It has been fully demonstrated that pneumonia ono of the most dangerous diseases that medical men have to contend with can be prevented by the Uio of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy Pneumonia always results from a coldor from an attack of inflnenta grip and it has been observed that this comedy counteracts any tendency of these di leases toward pneumonia This his been fully proven In many thousands of cases In which this remedy hu been used during the great prevalence of colds and grip In recent years and csn bo relied upon with Implicit confidence Pneumo nia often results from a slight cold when no danger apprehended until it is and denly discovered that there is fever and difficulty In breathing and pains In the chest then it is announced that the patient has pneumonia lie on the safe tide and tako Chamberlains Cough Remedy as soon as the cold la contracted It always cures For sale by Craig A Hock or H C Robertson the star alibi wit naia for Jim Howard has apparently gone for good no was under bond of IftOO on the charge of false swearing In the Franklin circuit court This bond was forfeited at the term lat fall and Robertsons bondsman N I MoDan lei a Frankfort business man has paid over that amount WHAT BECAME OF PARKER This Delightful FourAct Comedy will be Presented at Waltons Opera House by Home Talent Friday Evening Feb 27 CAST Fred Parkora wholesale dry goods merchant1 R Hughas William Torronno bis partnerJamea F Cummins Jeremiah Growler u retired business manGeo13 SaUlloy James Jones a very volatile young man tool dentally in lovo with IlblevAshby M Warren Mr Harrison n capitalist from Chicago Bd Wilkinson B PortmanWlnfrcdDr Rogers John Novius Otto a waiter HlployrT JonosPollco Sergeant Vivian Parkers wifd Cooko Mildred Green her old maid aunt Mrs Phillips Helen Worthy Growlers niece Miss Sadie Stagg Cora Mold at Parkers Miss llattlo Novius SYNOPSIS tACT IRoom in Parkers lint A domestic squabble Aunt Mildred makes a proposition Her aunt is kidnaping her Torrenco as mediator Helen I Ailnmliln creature An Angel Jones makes a discovery This bents anything In the way of plain American gall I have over met Fred decides to follow his wife The leavo taking ACT IILawn In front of Park Hotel In Waukesha I Joost as well work in a beer garden in Milvaukeo I doll you Grow lers arrival A displeased man Jones ngain Growler finds out what is the matterwith him Next tlmo bo asks mo bow bo looks I vltt tell him hes dying and dot vlll tccckle him to death Fred arrives Holler your Ill bet you some Introductions lungs out you old Catamaran A pickpocket Fred is in troduced to his wife Jones almost addresses himself to tho wrong doctor Growler receives massage treatment Murder help lies killing my uncle ACT IIIParkers room In the Park Hotel Waukesha Fred receives a telegram Visitoro Hot bo ho I I dink you make a mash on liar I bet you some Dr Rogers makes a discovery Aunt Mildred and Jopes in tho enemys camp Discovered A supposed lunatic ACT IVSceno as in ACT II Jones wants to know his fate Growler hears disturbing news That pickpocket again Growler makes a mistake A now arrival Explanations lIar rison misunderstands Fred restored to his friends Now wouldnt that make anyone sick Cora has several breakfasts Another slight misunderstanding Go ahead and sink I wont dig you up again The lunatic again Helen for Heav ens sake to oblige me say that you will marry that fellow over there I Reconciliation I see one sucker got caught eh V Biliousness Makes I f Chronic Invalids Whs the Uwc U torpid and tile to do lu work the bile eaten the blood wavtrulent poison Then 1 cones coastfpittoo biliousness stele headache teters- a tad malarial The only treatment that gl es the liver moat Uie ngbl touch and trI Natuws won in the right manner i- sPAIIONS LIVER PILLS ANDTONIC PELLETS A The ptfl touches the liver and the pellets tone the system S3 dotes fort4acott 3 cents atoll un tau your Caro Is cxeeei ngly bad you V will be well before you cnlih tbtiaJI Sample irate For ale at xSS all dealers IFOR BALE BY W 8 MROBERTS AND AT PENNY DRUG STOREtnu First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Rank of Stanford in 18S3 then reorganized as the National Hank of tan and again reorRanlccd M the Flat National flask of Stanford In KS3 having had practically an uninter rupted existence facilities It Is better with for transact ltgbusiness promptly and well than ever bcforn lu its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK geat CAPITAL 00000 Directors J B Paxton J n Owsley 8 Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter BuocesMirt to The FaVuers Hank it Trust Owapany and under same management continuously tar It years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange 3c TITLE CO Stanford Ky No llouwsod let In SU brJCr Rwaitull pooh In tb rear zedgnlaens1 nelghboraal dOte to hII adebu4 Sur iesali law ray Irks 5550 No 24nall farm 17 aeni I mile from fcUn ford Houaeol four g od nee Wex porsh sad I 1111IUraUonbe Mid at bargain dm to school and hursh frit f rn Land aoIJtttal I U rndfU ThlaUabargtln No aUod tot IB Sinlord HMM cen sins flve roomi Urx ditaMsnd serve of land well tented tie of prettleat bvlldlog lets In town room enough to front ref two Miler eotiagr or a 2 story fnDI collltl If Irallt to tbe nttan sod mad a UautlAil bom Win bso4d etitapaa Its owner mUd hare monsy No Two itory Iran dwelling ruoen hall and Ttrande 000 garden feoelng and bWM In good repair For sal or rent lilt No SHOOM and lot la SUnford rwuDalIII Iud Iront joni tood guess and repair sold ches- pN7 Hoestoil leInStanford l4trleaUooJtill garden rIoh1Id teal bases 1300 too 5Farm of II sre tW tell from Stan lordonrog0tyreed U ttttt la eulllntlnn mten In puturf 211 and rat In timber Two smell totugtm Rood boa sad well watered and Sensing fairly good liar Nn U Iwughtst joarprlc si owner lltis In Indlinipa tadunU has luonoy Nol21twt1Ungotul god rfcti neero nary oulblldlnlllt garden tle large tel- or1 atoms room SIW tell lower room supplied- with counters shdees etr WlIr In dwelllg and atueeroom also saarn ud well on pre SII let Utkoflor Une mile frem SUntord IlulkllBft la yolttpelranddwelllslurl51grlly cost fur two or will rent or sell sepsratdr No 11I280cre rolls fir Cab Urcbsrd Ky Ilrlek dwelllof rooms two tenant bouws two barns well aDd spring nrdwelllnK Firm In high state of culllTiUon riser bottom- land good fencing fruit ate Inn 83150 sa acre No land Lsncutcr strrftln Crab Orchantoppoltelpring ID no proTcnientseiorptUnwiUxkbirn sbuidanro of stock water In town Price t3OuO No 1IA nice cottage and lot on I acuter 11 8taD ford 7 room I cistern etc Cost II am11017A acre nest HuttnnTlll Dwelling of tight rooms bail tcisnls etc One tenant house stock barn Urge tobacco born and other outbuildings Cistern and good well In the pre ant water In every Held on the place Farm cut In linn Heidi sad nntctait lard No SOA Isin of urea trine dwelling four rojmi goo l stock barn and all droeurjr out bulldlsxt hndDllJOOl well watered entIn are flclji W scm in test In blue grass Jaw than btlf rails Irom tureplkt We offer thus plies for only per acre No SIUouN of he rooms and lour urea of ground 51 Nt Nslem Ky IlIlht on turnpike well watered fencing aid all but llnllIDfood ro pair Unimproved land adjoining 530 per acre We will sell this boui far IVW or change for property In tJtaulord or McKlnney Ky llIln s stones throw of churches- achoolatore ic No Jl 585 seres or Isnd In lUxkcattU for isle or exchange flu all necessary Improrements well watered Ac Will be sold st a bargain No lIOFnn of screw situated near Kings sine Ky arm In cnltlrstlon 39 In timWrrnt In Tai well watered two good barns and other ontbulldlnp repair dwelling couiparatlTt ly new Is within 800 yards of throe vhurchts school pgatoOc and C dfiOt Property on pUssna county road and U the moat desirable tarm in that section Ws will sell the whole farm lor n400 or In parrots of not less than 30 acres to suit purchaser fill certainly cheap property No 8J of Ice near V71eallll OttelllDjflcI barn etc yell watered fencing In p1 1roducllT lime stone Isnd Jngoa1nelhhorbcod dote to school oa looJ rod Iilcel700- No64 A tarm of 302 ecru in Lincoln county Three dwellings good bUD sod otter out buildtugretch house barn etc sliont the center of 100 acres All on county road Jj tulle from church school and l ars well snd well watered Thblsagoodtobacco farm and would suit two or tllroe ftmlllrs that want to come from tbD neighborhood Price reasonable Officers J 8 HOOKER Prest 11 McROIlRRTB Ohr W II WEAKEN Dkpr Directors P Reid DunrlllB T Harris Stanford J liocker Stanford W P Walton Islington K I Tanner UcKtnney M n KJranre Stanford II Stanford T P lltll Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble I II llaucbman Stanford W1 Tate Stanford STOCK ontbulldlnp llIOOscrtsol Officers SHANKS President J n OW0LEV Cashier W M IIRIQIIT Atst Cashiers St AspleodUlaruef M awn bandana IS water 1lgbtehnaalungthesniA iN Cn utireit wltaol etmreh as Tile i4ag Is goml Clore rPjTilland will W aeld st a bargain No4aIN f lag cr11I eeuaty Kf OoeaoJoosbili story dwllig with six rooms goal barn sad other outbuildings Mlty axes In teLeleicboelste JrhwoalyfMt 1 N IIUH as4e sea land Ileae s lalnaMirrn Mwuit Trraxler allar1 All Met IDIndhueletNo flatIM sew 1 lead U Paid eeoBtv Ka ste nils trm raUro1 sade i Mlln Iruw Arkaaaai IeIInteIalIoJador exsfessg Na IA hrs of III aeres trmile from Stan nlkmtlnggssdadonlyflmlautesArlveOemewntyseat ererStarryn US awe IB Caw toonlr Two rat two cood barns snd other rohllnlnd w No ITKitiuofUssrre In Caw county A olddnlalandellslraWsbom 1rHIIQ EJlueotitballdlBg sserrein tUlllralloD rest In tire Iotumceehootandmeetly I rice gate huyrrorabsutrow lawn with or without Improvements Also a buyer tor sn 14000 to tie farm sduto town No It W seres of land near Cab Orchard ehiwp 20 TWIItorT bout 9 room billvennds PropnUrn st door llesutlrul home Iric fj000 ofroIIDdkrlce 1700 No n Pmn ofy acre 8 nuns from Stsnford onealogtablanJwagouaheian exlrs good Irani with cattle shah sttsched AlsohenneryFeneUg In pool rrimlr Wellwtf1d12 cUUrni etc This tend hu teen a own isInmfecfpatollce Inmenwillshowouj4plldtfag a itrawbenles immediate possession lrlcIX storyuslotsroomtroultog bUfordwrlllng 2nlcecottages nicely furnlibcd Crered sod room and veranda each A on same lot ised u livery stable Good 20uftdeep t moneyProprletorhareatiedtgrmtproperty b of his wit nebnaror3 timothytoser DdbtlOtaN i oichiNhnprorementedwelling wsrdrabes each room pantries cellar bouseLamndrrolllOotftceNo uoo icrrs bf a lone tulle from Sornerwt cnIUIepiendidi L R IlJghee Secretary tt Treaiurer