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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1SI3MI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL II VOL XXX STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2019039 A M NO 101 L STEARNS KY v Perhapa It would interest your reader to know something about this groping mining town It will not bo out of place to ea bI01Z of our town and IU surroundings It Is a now town of almost mambo growth located on the C S U R In Whltler county about one ratio from tho Pulsskl line and about 70 miles south of Stanford t and line only a tow miles from the TenuctI- dQ oJIt li said thoTcompany owns and con troll 00003 acres of coal and pine land landWe and million of dollar to develop tilts bavo a largo hotel beautifully situated and the building would compare well with many of tbo hotels In the Blue Oran towns The residences are being built by the Stearns Coal Co and are rented to tbolr employes They are above tbo average houses built by such corporations bain t substantial comfortable framed weather boarded lathed and plastered We have an express and telegraph ofllce and a pottoQlco The Company store Is uptodate and well tilled with a largo stock of goods The Industries here aro owned by tbo Stearns Salt Lumber Co of Ludlnglon Mich op crating In tbreo departments Stearns Coal Co i Stearns Lumber Co Ken lucky ft Tennessee It II Co The railroad under construction from this point to the mints u dltunoe of four miles is nearing completion al ready over one mllo being ready for use The companies are having the I mines opened and will be ready for pp A oration when the road Is completed to that point Mines are being opened on a largo scale and this will bo one of the largest plants of the kind In the State It will to equipped with the best improved electrical machinery for mining and hauling coal The companys rallU and factories will bo located at this place to convert the limber Into merchantable lumber The company will begin building about the Cm of March It will make a building boom at this town and give employment to overt body at fair wage Men In charge representing the companies are energetic business men of tho highest typo and aro representa live of different States la the Union We welcome any good olUzin to name and invest his capital and energy to help develop this portion of the State and thereby Increase tbo revenue of J the State The work laid out to be done bv this company during 1008 means a largo capital to bo expended This seems to be a very healthy coun try t D WALL Escaped an Awful Fato Mr II Haggles of Melbourne Fla wrltM My doctor told mo I had Am sumption and nothing could be done for me I was given up to die The offer of a f ce trial bottle of Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption Induced mo to try it Itoults were startling I am new on the toad to leeovery It surely caved my life Tills great cure is guaranteed for all throat and lung disease by all Druggists lrico50oandt Trial hat- tie free Twentyfive thousand rloh mineral lands In Christian and flop kins counties bavo been sold to an Knit ern syndicate A Nervous Woman Will often feel compelled to atop the clock whose ticking seems unbeatable to her Iti such a nervous condition are woman needs a building up of the entire Kvttem It is to attethpt the cure Of tne nerves Dll causeIcured A very a common causf of nervousness in women is a diseased condi tion of the delicate organismDr cur e womanly diseases the nervousness which cause It changes irregularity to rcJtUlilr drains whichweaken women heals Inflammation and ulceration anll- cures female weakness It is h perfect tonic and nervine tranquilizing the nerves promoting the appetite Inducing sleep When I flat wrote you I fad been to different doctor sod two of them J1ot would never better without going to the hospital for in operation wrltei Mr Selma Itricluoa of 496 RIce Street St Paul Minn Was notable to do anything In woulded up od walk to the kitchen aud bock I would have to lie In bed a or men two Now I have useldsbvttlewlfhPiemaiavorltq Prec- riDtion and yixof t Golden Medical Dlacov cry and the result JUlt wonderfuL Iwas 10 nervous I bid to have one my tide all the time even in day time end I could hardly eat anything I took treatment from a doctor wice a and every time I would go there I felt so stck but since I quit all the doctor and began tak mellldDc I elIDed right along I weighed m pounds when I began taking your and now I am upto usual weight I am as well and f good as ever FRau Dr Viercea Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent fret on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing onlv Send 2t onecent stamps fcr the book in covers or stamps for clothbound volume Address Dr V Pierce Buffalo N Y t NEWS NOTES The weather In Texas ls tbo severest in years Smallpox has again mad Its appear ace at Carlisle CampbellburtrLoulsvlllo II having dlOlouhy In sc oalI ship of Hlcbmond Ve It dead Col Jouett Henry and Mm Llrzto E Clardy wore mnrrlcd In Washington Great crowds aro gathered at Now Orleans for the Mardl Gras festivities Three students of Cornell died of ty pbold fever In ono day Many others havo It- Henry Cooklln Is dead at Niles Mlob as tbo result of a cat scratch on his band John Wllloughby who was shot at Mt Sterling by James Freeman died of blood poison An Illtoole mao gave up 10 inches of skin and flesh to be placed on his brother leg The Dolores mine In Cblbuabua Mex- Ico has been sold to the London Ven tutu Co fur 12160000 A train load of coal billed from Lex ington to Indianapolis was sent out in charge of an armed guard An Increase of 10 percent In Chlca gos mortality during January 1002 is attributed to the lack of fuel The Mechanic National hank of PolUdalpbla tigona out of business aftur an existence ofncarly 100 years Lieut It a Peary says he hopes to make another oIortto reach the North Pole provided he secures a proper ship and equipment Tbe city of Paducab has received from Biglc Lake Tex three floe bloodhound to use In tracking criminal They cost 1300or Chaplain U C Gavin of the First Cavalry United States Army was ordered court inmlalod on account of alleged refusal to PlY n dobt Wm J Scott former attorney gen oral of Tennessee and son of the man who was the original of Mark Twains Col Mulberry Sollo11 dead U wire decided bv the coal operators of Kentucky that they would contribute about 110000 to the fund tor mak log a ooal oxblblt at the St Louis Worlds Fair The Board of Lady Managers of the Louisiana Purchase Expwillbn at a meeting in New York yesterday deci ded not to undertake the erection of a womans building at the fair The Lexington Fire and Police Com mluloodUonarged Chief of Police Jno Wllkorson aad five others It Is said to be the work ot Mayor Duncan friends and that no special charges were preferred Taxpayers Pay theFlowers Perhaps root people who read tho entnuilaetfo reports of Washington correspondent dorlblng the brilliant floral dUpl tys on the floiics of numbers when congress opens suppose that the Rowers oome from constituents of tho members or from admlrlng friends lathe loolol circles ot Washington There le nothing of the kind The Chicago Cnronlolo says that tho tribute of Unworn Is pall that Is handed In by government clerks who arb Indebl od to the congressmen for the positions which they hold The fliwers do nut cost anything to the clef k and other employes who supply the wealth of flo ral decorations Kycry leaf bud and blossom computing the variegated du plav Is procured without oust at the government conservatory at Wu n Ington It Is not however Without cost to the taxpayers of the country Wo pay for the maintenance of the government conservatories Wo pay the salaries of the pivern ment employes who obtain In those realm of color and fragrance the bou quote emblems and wreaths with which they smother the desks and seats of the Congressmen through whoso Influence ThisIcountry might earvo to soothe many aching hearts Tbo domestic itayat home wives of rural members of Congress who read about the magnificent tribute of lowers on tbedesk of their husbands at Washington have no cause for anxiety or alarm It is no sign that their husbands have succumbed to the blandishments of Washington society- II Is evidence only that grateful de partment clerks and other employes bavo obtained at tbo public garden a lot of flowers to adorn the member dok The department employe did not oven have to blow In hU money to buy tho floral tribute The whole business Is a sham and a shame Nearly Forfeits Hls Life A runaway almost ending fatally started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J V Orner Franklin Grove III For four reme1dltsno trouble to cure MID Equally good for flutes Bruises Skin Eruptions and Piles 23c at all Drug Stores i f C CRAB ORCHARD Bowen Cover of Hustonvllle was with friends bore Wlx Dillon of Livingston made a flying visit hero a tow days ago Wo have been In the throes of a well developed blizzard for the past few days with a sixloch scow to add to lie disagreeableness Mr Chat Singleton has returned from his trip to St Louis lie says bo got enough of railroad work Took j only two runs out on tho train Mr Wm Sowders of Preachersvlllo died there Saturday and was burled at D rod bead Sunday afternoon He was a brother of Mrs HOller and was 70 years old It was our pleasure to go out for a drive during the lovely weather of last week Wo stopped at nearly all the stores to sue the tew goods All the merchants seemed to be busy Miss Oyrt James gave a handsome luncheon evenings again honor of Maurice Perkins Mixes Annie and Catherine Uronaugh entertained recently with a card party Thoso who attended wero Mc irs M6rrU Wil lit and Perkins and Misses Janice and loldam Mrs Rldde and little daughter myth or and sister Of our clover town mar shall were visiting thorn lately Mrs Sam Scott returned to her home In Somerset after n lengthy visit to relatives hero Llttlo MUs Katie King entertained quite a number of her young friend Friday evening Nice refreshments were served and all report a pleasant evening Uer little cousin Marshall McCullom was her guest from Junction City Mr Curtis Gover gave a Flinch par ty Monday evenldg In honor of Mlu Sallie B Ray Delightful refresh meat wore served and her guest were Misses Qrooaugb sad Jame Meeire CllokscaUs and Perkins A Q Oas weaekMra guest of D J D Peltus and family non Uarvey Helm was hero Saturday on business Uurcb Buchanan Is visit log bis mother Mr Jano Buchanan Miss Jean Lasloy pent Saturday and Sunday with her grandmother Mrs Dickinson The friends of Meesrs Gco Evans and George Patten regret to bear ot their illness James T Chad wlok and little daughter Meleadlo are visiting relatives In Tazawell Tcnn Mrs D Udolston was improved euDl olontlv to go out driving last week THE GIRL Tho redhaired girl has found anoth er obamplon Not the auburnhaired or the Tltian looked girl but tbo real bricklopThere a man In New York who dote on redhaired typewriter No other need apply Ho would not have any other kind around tbo place Yet tb Invariably leave him You simply cant koep a red haired typewriter It he says They are sure 10tomeR dbalred girls aro smarter brighter and prettier than any other kind Be sides they are such a relief from the overrecurring blaok haired yellbw haired sandyhaired brown haired women you meet Then tbo redhaired girl has such cheerful appearance she lights up a room so It If there Is any reason why the spirit of mortal should bo proud the girl with the Ilimlng luck Is entitled to be stuck up No other girl Is so frequently the subject of conversation aa she and nono has such ardent supporters Was nut Cleopatra a redhead Was not Sappho Were not a score of other notable women whose beauty tied famo stilt shine undimmed Is not Mr Les lie Carter a bricktop And besides that who over heard of a redhatred girl marrying a bogus lord who was fuller of hot air than the sea le full of salt Buy It Now Do not wait until you or some of your fa 11111aro sick nigh unto death and then send for Chamberlains Colic Choi era and Diarrhoea Remedy but buy it now std bo prepared for an emergency It is the one remedy that van always be depended upon in the most severe and dangerous cases For sale by Craig locker The St Clair Hotel at Port Huron Mich was destroyed by fire Tho guests escaped lnthelr night clothes An employe Is missing and a fireman was fatally crushed Frank A Lopham a New York steel mau was stricken dead while congrat ulating his sick wife on her Improved condition Frank Cook of Eastman Ga has confessed that bo killed his wife eev ural days since f Too reports of a gold strike In Alls ka equaling that of the lJoJldlke are rich gusher has boo struck In the Bath county oil field- P HUSTONVILLE Josiah Bishop has returned from Pu laskl with a bunch of two and four yearold mules Wo are Informed that Mr Roy Roto and family aro preparing to move back from Longview Ala- Emmet McCormack has returned from Lebanon whore he bought at pub lie rale for something over 111465 the Tucker farm laying on the plko be tween Lebanon and Bradfordsvllle C K MoCrure R F D No has taken rooms for the present at the col Lego V B Morse Just returned from making his spring purchases In Cincin nati and says on Monday Atncre was such a furious gale that business was almost completely paralyzed A movo Is on fool to open a first class furniture and undertaking house here and carry a line of carpets matttngr c Tbe trado tributary to this point In this line would certainly justify this effort to bold ino legitimate trade here that now has tO go elsewhere The J W Lockrldge Spoke Co Is buying second growth oak spoke a feature that has not before been push ed In this locality The prices bo is paying delivered on his yard here seems to have Induced many from olh or lines of timber work and thousands are being received dally Qo want a million for immedlato shipment Geo E Alford our hustling liveryman has just returned from Glasgow with the best four yearaid mare In Kentucky for exhibition purpose She will be given tbo finishing touches In her education necessary to make the work easy In taking the blue tie at St Louis and any other points where the game will be worth the ammunition With a howling 35 milo an hour wind tbo tall ot the AlAskan blizzard struck us amldship Moodtv and broke the record for the season ibo mercury falling 40 degrees In less than 24 hours stopping a little below 0 with about 10 Inches of the beautiful covering moth er earth The loss by the farmer In lambs during this spell will add quite a list to the toes by doge- HIGHLANDJ The cold weather pinches John Butt le sick Dr OBannon was called to see him C H Baker sold to James Sralb of May wood lx 125 pound hogs for U2 He also sold to Thomas Butt a horse for 855 K G Martin began a school at our school house lo January and after teaching ono month be closed his school and went to farming Miss Ora Williams of near Bubanks came and took charge of the school and Is teach lag It Tbomai Baker has returned from Somerset Lozan Bryant and family aro visiting In Pulaskl A G Faulk ner was at home with his family Sun day George CotTev and children wero visiting his motherinlaw Mr Canzi da Epperson last week On tail Sunday about 50 persons as sembled at 0 M Young in honor of his father H P Young who celebrat ed his 77th birthday After partaking of a splendid dinner prepared by Mr Young and other relitlvea Rev Geo Thompson addressed the crowd pres ent Rev George Thompson who has been assigned to the Klngsvlllo circuit to fill out the time of R6v W H Thompson who was transferred to the Indiana conference preached aythe Methodist church Sunday and Sunday night Tbo members of the Christian church have not yet employed any preacher for ibis year A PROPOSITION While Rockefeller digestion r strictly on tho bum Mine will crush a paving brick As easy as a plum He spends fortunes everyyear For liquid food distilled While Im hustling for any kind To keep my larder filled Hed give millions so tie said As quick as a pewter dime For a gastronomic capacity As strong and good as mine If they keep on organizing trusts Throughout Ibo eating line Ill sell out duroDatlon cheap For Ill have no use for mine R LEE SUTER A Mothers Recommendation I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a number of years and have no hesitancy in saying that it le the boat remedy for coughs colds and croup I have overused In my family I Lave not words to express my confidence in this remedy Mrs J A Moore North Star Mich For sale by Craig Rocker Frank James and Colo Younger former member of the James gang of train robbers and highwaymen have bought a Will West show and wilt go out on the road with It Please remit us the mount due on vour subscription IL J rAT THE PRICES j Marked our IOvercoat StocK i i You can afford to buy ono and lay itaway for next Winter 750 will buy the best Winter Overcoat in the house f 5 Overcoats 250 fI IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBE4 Merchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing f Your money back it youre not satisfied I T 0 mILLER Danville Ku There is no Dotter Relish Than Good APPLE BUTTERMade of selected tart apples pure elder granulated sugar and pure spice We tell that kind made by mI ZWhich Is ample guaranty of Its purity whoetomenesa and One flavors and all that It Is mado by ap ofthe57 VARIETIESDo you know that the great Heinz kitchens are always annuallyandpurchaselion Heinz Apple nutter In stone crocks of various sizes from 3 pounds up HigginsMKinneySTANFORD who Shan Pii 7 asesu There should be but one question to consider in deciding where to take your Prescriptons and that is Where arcthc 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 prcscriptiion 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 StanfordI A WORD We are very thankful to you J tor your liberal patronage of last year Favor us further by a continuance of it during the year just begun Craig Rocker STANFORDfl W B McROBERTS y THE DRUGGIST Asks a continuance Jof your patronage during 1903 and thanks you for your liberal dealings of the year Just closed esseso assure Fresh Drugs at Prices that are Right I r 4i i 0 j THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON H H HENNINGER Of W yne ouetyleaandidetefor state TrNi nrer inblrct to the ictloo of the tla l J F HOLDAM Is a c nJUite or the Democratic nomination for Or cwlt Cltrk of Lincoln county subject to the ictfon of the party M F NORTH It a ctnJIJate for the Democratic nomination for Reprt wnutlve of Lincoln County Subject to the honor the patty J M ALVERSON It a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rep resenutlvt of Lincoln County subject to the action of he party Democratic Ticket For Railroad Ootomlsiloncr r C C MCHORD- For Circuit Judge M C SAUFLEY t For Commonwealths Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR s Gov BECKHAM mado his opening i speech of the campaign Monday at Mt Sterling It was brief and Informal Ho announced his candidacy for the nomi nation for governor for the full term 1aod defended the action of the State L democratic erecutlvpcommltteo In or I dering1 a primary election He defend i ed tbe primary plan of making tbe nominations and dented that ho had a built up a machine or made a slue de Glaring that every voter would be bis i own slatemaker Hon John Hen drlek delivered the second speech of Ills campaign for governor at George town the ame day He assailed tbe democratic State executive committee and declared It had no authority for calling a State primary accused Gov Beckbatc of constructing a political machine and repeated the charge that the governor is ineligible under the State constitution for reelection While these gentlemen are going after each otbere scalps we would like to eee that sterling democrat and gallant old ex oDfederate Hon Robert J Brecklnrldgc of Danville slip off with the nomination v PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT might read with profit the following expression of Abraham Lincoln which coincides with the southern position to day I have no purpose to Introduce political and eoclal equality between the whites and tboblacK race There Is a physi cal difference between the two which la my Judgment will probably forever fjftld their living together upon a footing of perfect equality and lour much as It becomes a necessity that there must be a difference I aa well as Judge Douglas am In favor of the race to which I belong having the superi orlty I have never said anything to tbe contrary but I bold notwithstand lug all thld there Is no reason in the world why the Negro Is not entitled tall lha natural rights enumerated in tbe Declaration of Independence the right to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness II GREAT men and oihera who aspire to be great aro giving a good deal of thought to the Negro problem at pres eat Rev Cbarles R Sheldon says that his only salvation Is education along religious lines The oldtime colored men be says are tbe bent of the race Dr Newell Dwight Hlllls prayed tnat the nation might be deity ered from the damnable heresy which asserts tbat this Is a whole mans country Dr Mlnot J Savage 10d sermon declined that the ballot should 1oDly be given to persons of good char acter and Intelligence but slated tbat be thought It too latd to change the t present condition of suffrage upon which be looks with disfavor Now t j that the president peraUta in social t equality and appoints Negroes whey t over and whenever he eau tbe ques ii tion Is a moat opportune one iFtDrTOR LILLAKD has severed hIs with the Danville News after successfully managing it for some t two years Major Llllard Is a clever gentleman a forclbla writer and was well equipped for the position he filled JtBO admirably His successors Meiers Reed Embry and Versos Richardson are bright young mod full of energy 111aDd vim and are fully capable of keep the News at Its present high stan t dard t 4 CHAIRMAN YOUNG takes a rosy view of the outlook for the primary He Bays he has JIoard already from the county committees of 40odd countlel scattered over the State promUlcg 1 that the precinct election olflcers there i in will serve In the prlnnry without pay and that as a result the committee expects to bold the primary for some thing lees than the estimated cost llttj 000 WJ BRYAN says the next demo cratlo platform will In essential t particular reaffirm theeprlnciplee of the Kansas City platform and we are bore to tell ypu that what William f Jennings says will cut considerable Ice when the next platform la made t t TUB report of the eastern penitenti ary of Pennsylvania is a staggerer to those who find the root of all evil In alcohol and those who Imagine most of the crime to bo committed by Immi grants Of the 23 murderers received last year not one had been addicted to to drink and of 483 convicts admitted only nine were foreign born This Is the exception and not the rule howcv or HARRY McCARTY having no oppol tlon has been declared the democratic In Jessa nominee for representative mine county Now elect him and Jes samine will have a representative she will always feel proud of Harry la all right either in Legislative halls or astride the tripod withTills Is le vengeance A resolution wet Introduced In the Montana Legislature appropriating 000 for the benefit of triplets born In Butte the object being to give prop recognition to such patriotic and praiseworthy Industry It CENSUS figures show that one person in every 40 has a telephone The oth cr 30 ueelt free of charge odds the Glasgow Times POLITICAL Ramon Latlmer American born bas heeD appointed mayor of Sea Juan Porto Rico- John Weaver republican was elect ed mayor of Philadelphia by the usual largo republican majority over Francis F Kane democrat The indications at Washington seem to favor the appointment of an Ohio mad probably Solicitor General Richards to succeed Judge Day Former State Senator C H Smith of Jackson Mich has accepted thp office of Prosecuting Attorney at ME nlltt tendered him by Gov Taft Secretary Hay and Minister Bowen Venezuelas representative signed a protocol providing for the adjustment of the United States claims against Venezuela The nomination of Brig Gen J C Brecklnrldge of Kentucky to be Ma Ir General with the stipulation that he retire April 11 was sent to tho Sen ale yesterday In the matter of his colored choice for Collector of the Port of Charleston the President Is still pleadlojr with the Senate for one Crum of comfort Lou isville Times William J Bryan In an Interview declared his opposition to Cleveland Parker Olney Hill Lamont and Gal mlln for the presidency Ho declares they are republicans Of 75 citizens of Martin county led Indicted upon the charge of selling their votes at the election last year 24 have pleaded guilty and been dis franchised for 10 year An extra session of the Senate will beheld if Mr Morgan adheres to the In tention be announced of making known through debate the existing difficulties In the way of the Panama canal Information has reached the State Department that James G Bailey eec retary of the United States legation at Guatemala will accompany former Mlntatar Hunter hornet thus leaving Minister Combs a free hand to name a successor Passengers arriving atSan Francisco from Guatemala report that war be can that country and Salvador Is It evltable They say the country Is fn such an excited state that business Is going Into a decline and the national currency has greatly depreciated On account of the stand taken by Speaker Henderson and the committee on rules of the House there Is little possibility that the measure granting over 80000000 additional to public buildings authorized at the last session will not become a law before Congress adjourns J Edward Addlcks the Delaware Union Republicans candidate for Senator has Isctfed another card in which he outlines a course for tbe bolters II Speaking of the future ho says No man who refuses to vote for J Edward Addlcks in the Legislature will be al lowed to bold any office In Delaware nor will any bolter smypathlzers bo permitted to come to the front The Senate Committee on tho Judi ciary after making a number of 1m psrtant changes la the LIttlefield BIll decided to report it favorably The changes apparently adding a great deal of strength to tbe measure are pasted by the House Senators Platt of Con nectlcut and Clark of Wyoming were the only members of the committee who voted against the favorable report on the amended bill as a whole Tbe Lest physic Odce tried and you will always use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets says William A GI rard Pease Vt These Tablets are the most prompt most pleasant and most re liable caihartloin use For sale by Craig locker Ella Ankles of Uawesvllle Ky was found dead In a New Orleans hotel Folger Green of New Orleans was in the room with her body suffering from three knife wounds Green says they made a compact to commit suicide A company has been formed to send wlreleis messages to Hawaii and also to handle overland business The man ager does not say whether the Marconi or a rival system of telegraphy will be used SOMERSETC The peel row jijiive been the se verest of the season There are not very many business transactions taking place but these dark days give opportunity to plan for bettor workeWe expect 100 now houses to go up this coming season Mr Sam Hlgglna continues to sell lots and contract for now buildings Somerset seem south ward bo but thliro Is no objection to that so long as It Improves our city Every one Is getting ready to clean up for spring and If each one will put forth a strong effort In this direction and thoroughly renovate bis own home surroundings our city can and will bo Indeed attractive to tho many who come Into our midst prospecting Many are intending to pot out shade trees and we trust they will heartily engage In this Important undertaking Tho new school building In South Somerset Is progressing as rapidly as the weather will permit The lake at the fair grounds la ap proaching completion a broad beautiful concrete and granitoid pavement covers the northern border of tho lake giving a delightful walk and tree access to tho light gondola and other pleasure crafts The stone tower for tbo fountain Is already In place The amphitheatre will bo of substantial brick The throe story brick hotel of mod era devlco and convenience hat been lot to Louisville and St Louis parties and will be ready for occupancy by lug 1st It Is astonishing how many workmen bave been brought here from a die tanco to do all IhU Rork All tho moa buildings are fromscbo61on the now tbo south Skilled wurkmen from Chi the finishing touch cairO are putting on ea The stone limo apd cement como from Indiana tho pine from Michigan shame tbat wo do not It Is a burning use material that God bas so profusely lavjihed upon this part of tho earth There are our Kentucky marble our brains our south lime out brawn and ern pine the Quest In the world Oh that the eolith would arouse from bur lethargy and show that she appreci ates her wonderful advantages and wltb the spirit of tho Immortal Henry W Grady realize her responsibilities I am glad dear old Crab Orchard is on the up grade and trust she will keep pace with her southern slater Somer set I often revert to the happy Uajo spent there and It will ever be my de sire to see the dear ones there prosper la this life and ba amply ready for tho MRS slIfo beyond LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Coulter White has 40 iboats for sole Fort SALE 20 good shbrt yearlings J W Allen Hustonvllle J O Bailey sold to BarrlgeU of Co lumbia a black mere for 1225 Several pairs of nice work mules for sale O T Bohon Hustoavlllo tI Meier Huffman bought a bunch of hogs of J P Nave at57fv Adyocate R G Denny bee sold his race hors Dud Embry for 11000 He won sever al good racea at New Orleans WORK MULES A number of work mules three to six years for sale sin gle or In pals C M Jones Maywood Ky John Splan the noted driver will lecture on Tbe Horse As Ho Was As He la Today and Will be la the Fu turoSoveralloU of corq In the Hisevllle country have changed hands during tho past few weeks at 1250 to S3 a bar rot Glasgow Times John E Madden has bought of Mrs RA Spurr 318 acres adjoining tho Hamburg Stock Farm for 135000 Tbls gives Mr Madden 1600 acres of the best land In Fay cite Scott Hudsons stable la made up of tho following good horses Rytbmlc 203 Chase 2071 Twinkle 205 Haw thorne 2111 Belle Kuser 2111 Gall Hamilton 21tl TertlnAn 224 Guy ortune 2241 Jay McGregor 223i Tregantlc Dr Madara and Crcscon Route 2241 Baron Dilllon Jr 2191 Cretceus live Katha green horse by arine Clay 2181 Fred H 2241 and nine threeyearolds GIbony ak Jeffries of Liberty last week bought of Monte For S Co ol Danville their famous four vear ol stallion Lee Saunders for 91000 This One young stallion was sired by Ashland Wilkes and Is one of the mon promising young horses In the Blue Grass They alto bought of Cain ft Co of Pulaskl a fine Spanish jack at a fan cy price ThU floe stock will make the seaion of 1003 ut Liberty IHK ++ HHM HM M M MH4 t If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial +f ++++ t witt p ii QRND i This week we put on sale several thousand yards M ill ends whichiwe bought below the market price Here are some of the good things s i Dlnok Blue While and Grey Mohair 10 inches wide worth 7Go go fit 18o n yard Extreme wide mercerized oxford white price 2Go our price The n yard liDO yards imported minims newest stripes niiulo to sell at 20c our price lOo a yard Special 200 fine hoqvy coWels the price pn those was 8125 they go nt 70c 300 PAIRS LADIES SHOES Sins 2i and d Button and Laco worth up to 88 go at ISc not now style and tho above sizes only 5000 yapls 8inch Hamburg worth 25o goes at lOa Your lust chance to got this Just received n now line of moils tine clothing the celebrated Kirschbaum handmade warranted to fit and wear as perfect as a tailormade suit Wo can fit you Price from 5 to 820 pairs all wool jeans pants worth 81 and 8125 nil go at jOe Wo take your eggs and butter at the high est market prieo in exchange GSfChinaware tickets given on s each purchase THE GRAND LEADERM S LEVY CO Prors S B LEVYMnnnpor t SDR P W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Oflrfco In Myers Houso Flats Go To George B Harris Crnb Orchard For nargalnA Freak line ol premrlev and Oakes me Jost rrcetved prices ter button Rraa e Give hIM a M1I POSTED We whose names alptar below pealtlvL forWd hunting tra p ng or tI1tCanyway on our lands add will prme i tho all extent of the law ptnoM et such Mike rftur Mike tfMhanner Xat thaw DrlMier cad Christian Urlttter NEW LIVERY STABLE BWBUaSS35NPron JUNCTION CITY KY tint Clasa Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and flay For 8Ia JACK SALE We will on Wednesday March 4 1903 sell 40 Flick at special snIusot your entries in at once Fox LOGAN Dafiville L D YeIeR Insuranci flaent Fire and Tornado Insurance Represent The Home of Now the largest company In the world Assets 816918J 1943 Surplus an regards policy holders 19038387 35 Farm In Casey Garrard and Lln coin counties Phone 21 Stanford Kentuckv IF YOU Contemplate travel North o South East or West write as fo rotes and printed matter We en givoyou all tho Information yoi want Queen A Crescent Route I the Shortest to New Orleam Jacksonville Atlanta Knoxvilh Cincinnati Savannah Shreveport Birmingham and Texas points Di reel line to Cuba and Porto Jilco- S T SWIFT P T A Lexington W 0 RINEABSON G P A Cincinnati J 0 CONK D P A Chattanooga NosT DOUND Leave Moreland 112 p m Leave Junction City 462 a m 120 pm II 000 am SOUTHBOUND Leave Mercian 1150 p In 1127 I m Junction Oily 1135 am 1117 n m It 805 p m FURNITURE CarpetsMattings Rugs Wall Paper Picture Frames Sic 111ti1 1d Tbsetsst eovltsas ID Matuag QarfwU VkH Paper A are new shat to t4eletlwestoa sf the paWfe cad HeaMUtewifja irons llutt Uiejoan get tb lr iwmnjrs watch Wv trsdlagwith 8t- H NO JOCKEYING IVJ5t Lady aOMiUew it4ft nuld can boy arlhlog In oar MM and aeve money If yea Sad the good that suit you the price J ta rig- htWITHERS 1 FURNITURE COMPANY CllattarioogaPlowsWasnillgtoflST1N1E Jf L Was noted lot its good taste in Jewelry 8 Silverware See our nice lino in Cqloninl Spoons Fine- lineinJetrelryBroacla j CD Cuff Buttons Etc W H MUELLERStanford r What Do You WishIWhen selecting groceries reliable sub stance or mere shadow If eubstaitce anti rood quality and Rood value you wish then come hers for It in my largo antIjwell selected stock Thoro la not a r that is not of excellent value Full lino alto o- fFINE CIGARS t And tobacco and hundreds of values too numerous to mention Cope and and ho convinced and I will causo no strain J lWUO Main St Stanford tipa Q A w THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY Fin 20 193 t h I jn oiling your pre crtpUolII xo ueo 0 lrtloollsot do better If yon paid us doublo the price which always reasonable Pen CTI Drug Store I PERSONALS W D WKAIIBN U at homo to rest up a tow days A LITTLE soo of Juho Anderson Ii III with pneumonia ERNEST WAUREH was down from MlddlceboroyeetordayCOL was at Dorrods berg on local builocM this week Miss AUKLB PLAN attended the hop at Mlddlcsboro Wednesday eve ningpJr attended the combination tales at Lexington MK JOHN MAQEB of Livingston was hero yesterday returdloi from 0 Lancaster MRS A A WAuavN and lee Vlr Klnla Warren will visit tn 8 P StagR In Fayatfe next week W T SMITH and wife of Stanford have bcea with Mr end MrA E Gibbons Mcsdamcs Lytle and Peony eulcrtalncd Wednotday afternoon from t 4 toO In honor of Mine Lin Llthjfow of Loulsvlllo Mrl Joalq fancy has been lick for a few days Wo aro iliad to re port Prof Ireland ai slowly improving from hla lonirepeil of typhoid fuvoroDanville News aLOCALSFneslteI T a Willis Let Frank AdUlns Liz your umbrella vrSCHOOL books ann uppllat pralg Jr IIocKort o nAsA land uod two stables for rent Nancy Vandovcer Jt WIIAT Deoame ol Parker at Wal i too Opera Uouse Fob 17 tf CAr roAu ot tbo Amerlaan Woven Wlro tenet Just rcoelv d Farris k Co Tin a package of mlsole Hegla bards guaranteed coffee Jobn Bright Jr k Co SAM TCCKBK has moved his bleak smith aod woodwork shop to Moreland whore hit hopes the people will give him liberal patronage Tilt cold wtathor bit stagnated r bis leas and Star ford Is almost as valet a otft FOR TlKNT Storiroom oa Lanaas 4tarstreet and law offlco formerly oo by W A Tlbble Apply at this alike dr wrllo to W P Walton Lexington 4t- CAIISOX it PKNCB ready to wall on the people In an exchange at their etcjpn day of the week occurs four times This bat happened only 16 times In tbo last 132 years aod In the next 60 year It will happen only gve times HURT William Uuobard a cripple living at Junction Cltj wai struck by an L to N train at Shelby City a few days ago anti badly hurt Tbo little trl cycle he rode In was completely demol I ished FElt 2Siwlll tell at public cue t lion on Saturday Feb 28 at my farm In the Shelby City section lot of brood mare hogs cows farming Implements dtc Sale will begin 111 M S W Given Tim old acd reliable nurserymen n F Dlllenmeyer k Soo Lexington make their Spring announcement thli Issue Remeyuber tbom when you want t fruit and ornamental trees grapovlner smell fruit as paragui and the like f NWfldTbe wlfoof Mr Samuel Newell of Pulaskl died of a sorapllca lion pf trouble and was burled at Pie gab Tuesday Besides the husband nine children survive Mrs Newell was dn aunt of Mrs J N Monefce of this place TUB ladles of the church will giro uWaeLlogtoD Social at tho parsonage to night Fob 20 from 7 to 11 oclock Guests are requested to dress In Colonial coctumo Refresh ments 15 cents Everybody Invited Mrs H B Mahony secretary SAUtSON Miss Blanche Sampson daughter of the late James W Sampson died In Loulsvlllo acd was burled at Junction City yesterday morning I t She bad been an Invalid from her Ir birth Deceased was a nieco ol Mr Leslie Sharp ol Junction City t tin WALTER GRCBNINQ ot Huston vllle a prominent man of nlTatrt has leased the store room of n G Lltto Vernon Avenue and wilt open a ge oral store business by March 1 M Crooning Is figuring upon engaging largely In brick miking also Somer set Journalt CRDSHRO Oyster Shells for chickens at Craig Hookers ATTEND the sale of S W Glvons at 1 r 5L Saturday Feb 28 RKAD tho real estate advertltcmanti 00 our fourth pogo You nuy find a farm that suite you WE have plenty of millet hap good sheepJTUB Danvllla fouling Works Is a dAdolpb AbeDrewa fight with Henry Bollard scar Cooks burg Ittckcastlo county expedlUonwithout buying anything Do too Stan rd merchant sgreo with us on this proposition l StdPASSENGER No ran some cars rOUt miles south of Wllllamsburg itching too baggage car and two coaches No one was hurt but tralllo was delayed 12 hour MIoarshomo talent of Junction City on tbo evening ot Feb 21 In the Maccabeo l5Saad35dlrerybal TUB versatile brothers and Mr Albert Boazloy a trio of musical geniuses have been engaged to furnish music for the What Became of Parkl OperaRouse ION coconut of the bad weather of the Lincoln County Medical postponedRuntil gram will bo curried out Dr K J Browns omee at tale place 1s whey the meeting will bo bold mouDtaloIear as a cur o olllbtlinunder your pillow changing tbo hldo ovary nlcht Seems to us tho remedy U shouter bad tie tbo disease KUHANirSMIs Pearl Kubanks d wghgrot Mrs Sarah Kubanks died Wednesday night of pneumonia fever The burial will ooeur nt Mt Morlah bona Highland this morning at oolotlc Miss Kubiolcs was 20 veers old and a splendid young lady She wa a davout member of the Oarletla- ohuroh Two Negroes with badly frosted feet were put oil the train hers yesterday mornlnir They had walked to Drat bead and were given tlokot from that plee to Stanford Dr OBannon was called and gore raedloal attslstanco while Marshal Jones gave them a hearty breakfast and enough money to get out of town br1Ibusiness In Danville ha formed a part nership with T II Carter of Hurrods burg and will move his stock to that buslnchea we e pleasure In commending him to tb good people of the county of Mercer MR C F EliKRSON one of the cleverest men In the West End was JudlleDallayto Anchorage by Sheriff M S Daub man and his brother Inlaw Mr A H Rain rat llawena Russell county Mr Epperson lost a sum of money on a land trade and brooding over It isle mind become unbalanced IAOteAire Mary Kavaaaugh Old cam Eagle wife of former Gov James P Eagle of Arkansas Is dead She was horn In Richmond and was a sister of Dr I D Oldbaro of Klrksvllle who married In this county Mrs Eagle was a cousin of Mesdamc T A Rico and O E Tate and Mr W H Shanks of this place She wee an exceedingly handsome and accomplished woman IT used to bo said that If an lea sea son did not como In December the chances to get Ice from ponds that winter were slim Of late years how over the coldest weather has como In February and today Is proof of It The most reliable thermometer In town registered below at 630 this morning Snow from six Inches In some places to three feet In others Covers tbD earth Tble Is winter sure and cortalq MARTIN Mrs J Matt Martin died at the soma of her daughter Mrs C W Lovell at 10 oclock Tuesday night after a protracted Illness and was burled In tbo family burying ground at 11 Wednesday morning Her husband preceded her to too gravo some 10 years but a number of children nil grows are loft to feel the want of a yearsMrsmember of the Chrletlan church and few batter women have died In thin onenhonthergreat JohnB KINGSVILLEIBorn to a boyW McCarty will pay 18o perbush el for tomatoes this year Supervisor Corbett of the C S wee hero on business Saturday Our sidewalks aro completely out of sight since the snow fell Wo might call them beautiful Miss Lena Rlgnoy the pretty daugb ter of Mr Robin Rlgney entertained quite a number of her friends Thurs ay evening Mr Hart has bought 13 acres of land of Dr O M Thompson back of D M Crelghtons farm and will build dwclllngjbouse Most all of the machinery for the saw mill which will shortly be started here by Campbell and Hedges of Lex legion hoe arrived Mr and Mrs Cicero Murphy bad the misfortune to loco their baby by death Friday The burial took place Satur ay In the Presbyterian graveyard Miss Margaret Routcn will go to Lexldgton to remain during the dyessf making season Miss Efllo Carey also go to Lexington soon to remain during the sewing season Mr and Mr John MaKccs Infant son died Monday and was burled Tues day afternoon In tbo Presbyterian graveyard The baby bad been li del icate health sloes Its birth Capt Lanham of the Cannon Ball Route was an hour and a half lato In reaching hero Tuesday being snow bound bp aver but ono of our raer boundIThe moat pleasant social event of the season took places few evenings since at the home of Mr and Mrs Bradley Plano music round dancing etc with delightful of a very pleasant eveningi anada since wielding a hatchet ho out his left wrut revering an artery Medical aid cowlf sot be Immediately scoured and the wjund bled profusely for 31 sears Rev Jones of Lexington who filled isle appointment at the Christian church preached to two good audienc es considering the Inclement weather Mr Jonus requested his congregation to be preparedjo give something to ward foreign missions on his next ape polnlm lot r1IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES LebanonThere are over 100 oases ot measles at Wllliamaburp Dr W B Mattlngly of Lebanon lipped on the top pavement and broke a lIltWm Whlttinan was found roan to NlotulaolvitiaMrs Nannie B Anderson formerly ot Lancaster died suddenly at Waco Texas By tbo will ot Col U P Jacobs of Danville allot his estate was loft to his widow The oil boom heat last struck Wll llamsburg In earnest Several good wells have been found close to the town oThe mttie operators of tbo Vliddlcc boro district have advanced the wages of their employee 10 per cent About 1600 men are affected The Burnslde Springs k East Bern fade Telephone Co filed amended ar titles of Incorporation In the otllca of the Secretary of Stato It Increases Its capital stock from 12000 to 18000 MATRIMONIAL A 15 year old boy was married In Wolfo county Two husbands traded wives at Rome N Y ono giving his watch to boot At Providence R I a woman 43 years old Is suing a boy of 17 for breach of promise Ben Eason and Miss Sherloy Connl ney were united at the brides hqtno Wednesday At Campion Riles Laura Brewer and Jasper Creech were married The bride Is 25 years old and the groom Is only 16 CHURCH MATTERS r Dr J S Coleman celebrates his 76th birthday and tho close of the both year tbol23rd r tRalb and barntu kne edJj l xwith Eureka necu Oil dampkeep 11 crer tod and fJrable 6ulthn- do ea Lnk taDdhmw act po1000llog new wears twkePailoDBbytbeJ 915 tu of Eureka ItuneuOU 41 Sold Yeryier In cane all sire Mad by SUndrd 01- 1Companyi Spring 1903 hum Grass Nurseries VilletSmalleverything for orchard lawn and garden Strawberry and general catalogue on re quest Doth phone II F IHLLENMKVEU SO- Niteiingtoo Ky To Tobacco Men I andhrs tarmII havo the 10110111nr strawberry Tennesseei IluotlandHOc per 110 as long an they la t J L JOHNSON Klogsvllle Ky Hemp Seed For Sale I A limited amount of strictly nice clean ImportnLlontorBANKS IIUIHON Lancaster Ky NOTICE I All persons having cllm against the ca taro of Tlmotny llardln decwvsnd will upon presenting them to me properly vented receive payment MAUK UARDIN Administrator Timber For Sale I I have a boundArY of 300 or 400 acres of timber tat sale It Hoi In Its sell county nod there are between 3000 and 4000 trots For particulars call on or write to T n HAMMONDS Baldock Casey Co Ky RIB MflilOilV Insurance flaent Fire Life Accident and Tornado None but tho larg est acid host companies reps resented Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky PUBLIC SALE I will toll at public auction at my farm 3 mUe South of Otwnhelrn on Crab Orchard- S Wayneaburg road on- 8ATUUDAV PBB 28 Three bones S cows yearling heifer 3 yoarold heifer hogs reaper mower bug phaeton spring wagon borse wagon plows cultivators I harrows hoes pitchforks 20 barrels ot corn 20 bushels ot oats 45 hens geese 4 bedsteado tables chair 2 waabstandi rook sloven kitchen utensils Term made known on day of sale JOSEPH LIEDL PUBLIC SALE J Of Farm and Personalty- As agent of the heirs of the late J Terry Ooodo deceased I will sell at public odb cry on the premises on- THUUSDAY TED 88 The farm of 80 acres lying 2 fy miles from Huttonvtlle Ky on the Mld lleburg pike On U there Is a good confortablo dwelling of six rooms good cistern at the door born corn cribs necessary outbuildings At the same time will sell 40 acres of timber land lying one mile South of the farm on the pike near Mt Salem The personal prop erty to sold consists of about 40 barrels of corn In the crib five stock hogs weight about 150 pounds meat and lard of tour hops one 2horso wagon and harness open top buggy and harness mowing machine a lot of terming Implements corn shelter household and Tcitxs Land onehalf cash balance Jan 1904 note with loin bearing 8 per cent Interest from date Purchaser can ray all It desired Personalty casts Land will bestir to purchaser Wallace floods rarm11 to any ono before AgtItale EuwAiin ALOOIIX C e LGXinGTOIi D8mOlRltC Is the only daily Democratic paper published in tho Blue Grass region Subscription Price 5a Year It especially dovoted to the Interests ot the Democratic party nnd gives all the news without fear or favor War Walton Editor fi Pror Loxinton Ky oWinter still Lasts esseenseea srlstelece- t You may need an Overcoat a Suit a Pair of Pants or Shoes to suit this BAD WEATHER11o have tho best Our prices ore lower than they wore in tho early Winter Hanpn Shoos 500 and GOO W L Douglas S1Io08300nn 350 They arc tho best in the world eaassstsa I serass r Cummins S McClary fcPEBRUARY 1 MC t QtJIdI We always reduce prices on C OVERCOATSrlt Mticspew in our way and wo need even inch of in our 11CIf them away for next season ti1A Our 500 Coats aro now 400 j Our 1000 Coats aro now 700 itllr Of Our 1250 Coats are now 000 io idl Our 1500 Coats are now 1150 itI4tJe k Are Spot Cash Prices Terms vJt Cash If HJiVIRobertsii I t t ie1 E I Be Sure Youre night 4 IMIo = 1 t k a jj To know you are golfing your right necessitates a careful t iron Toke into consideration goodsij ity width price and you will us usual leaders i- nLOWPRICES i i Ours stand the test of the second in4cexamination at home We always m inYra on Calicoes Per titcales Ginghams Cottons Laces Ilamburga 4price to allthat the lowest WhiteIt i j i 1 SEVERANCE SON I f h jjj iii OLIVER PLOWS I Full stock of Steel and Wood Beams and all Kinds of REPAIRS J W E PERKINS FOR RENT bywmSeveranceJ II OWSLEV P P MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon Stanford Ky Office at J B Beaxleya Livery Stable LT = Crab Orchard If PUBLIC SALE Having sold our farm wo will on WEDNESDAY FEll 55 On the premises n miles Northeast of Lib MiddleburgTurnpikelog personalty to wit Two bred brood mares one In foal to Jack and both good workers I combined mare 1 saddle horse 1 yearling fllly bv Red Wilkes out ot Hclmont tThief mare her dam DaUtr by Oarrard Chief pair year old work mules pair yearling mules mule colt 3 milk cows 1 yearling Shorthorn bul 8 yearling butters and steers suckling calf 10 head of hogs 4 stacks ot hay 100 shocks fodder 100 bar rels of corn In crib lot of oats farming Im plements such as wagons pia machines buggies etc household and kitchen furniture Sale begins at 0 oclock Terms made known on dayof stlo J U J VAT DIIOW1f 11HE INTERIOR JOURNAL iamaed n the pottoffice at Stanford i Boond4aunauer gfnbllnh Tusdyaad3xidvax t t 1 PER YEAR CASH termien not sopsldasaoowlll beehsrged KNOXVILLE DIYISION t o24TralnlotDINorthMU4Slmosst o45 II u South 1274am t No 23II 12112 p m ij HAIR BALSAM Climes beams the ffomotM a laiurUnt Porer fall to Beitore artlit Youthful tuninlp dl ittog g loil at Dnitrftu Mason Hotel iMRS U D SIMPSON Pror iLancaster t Kentucky 11 Newlyfurnlshed clean beds splendid table Every first clas9Jortera all trains 89 i fmeetS PRICE JIAurgoon r Dentist Ky McEobertDrng Store In Ui Owsley I 3 jltoBuUd1DIt R5A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky f Office over Higgins sit McKtnneys IItTelephonee rJa ill StorlI THE Joseph Price Infirmary ii all the year for the treatment of- enrglcal and chronic diseases and for con t saltation Doard and nursing shall be cash In advance weakly and monthly Profes sional bills due whun services aro rendered and must M paid promptly Giboney Fs Jeffries Livery Food fcSalo Stable Liberty Kyt Drummers Rigs a specialty High Orado Horses and Mule soul Feed hones receive personal attention aaayrakBOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers bIll services as Auotoineeze to the people of Lincoln County He will please you both iu work price Write to him Tray lor S J icEfre- gaxlle Re WftlsKu Brandu Vflnes Beer I Gtnars ftG lCrpenterCloieito DepotSTANFORD KYI Prompt and polite attention Nothing but the bes H to drink Mill phone cr telegraph orders receive crompt attention Mrs Fred Unrath f Preatlilent Country Club Ilenlon Harbor Hid f After m first baby was born did not tem to regain my strength although the doctor me a tonic which he consid cud very superior bat Instead cf getting t betr I every day My husIband Insisted that I take Mine of for a week and see whit It would do for me I did take the medicine and was yrry grateful to find ra strength and htalth- In returning two weeks was out of ben and In a month I was able to take up my usual duties Iam very mlhul Bitlc In Its praise Wino of Cartlui reinforces the organs of for the ordeal cf prop Dtncyandchildbirth It prevent mis carriage woman of need fear the coming of her child If Mrs Unrnth had taken Wine of Cardui before her baby came iho would not have been weakened as she was Her rapid roooT should- i commend this great remedy to every tant mother Wine Cardui lcxpo the menstrual flow It WINEorCARDU 14i ff KlLirtieiwlr uRa1 t1C FSf4MsAtlWy Mi NOTICE I Notice Is hereby glyen that by mutual content the firms of C Rostnstlne lit CoanJ j Rosenitlne Co composed ot C Rosenstlne Rebecca Rosen stint M Rosenstlne Jake Rosenstlne and Roter Rosenstlne hate teen dissolve Jake Rownsttnt and Rebecca Roseiwtlne continue the business under the firm name of J Rosenstlne lit Co at rrankfort Ky C RosensUn and Rotert Rostnsllne viii con tmue business under the firm nacre of C RosensUne lit Cot Stanford Ky M RoSftlsllne will continue business at Frankfort Ky Individually STANFORD GREENHOUSE CarnatlonselIya cinths Narcissus e Floral design on short notice Bedding and IlanU of alt kinds In season Phone 29rlng 3 JNO CHRISTMAN Stanford NCa RUPLEY t9 The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call Hustonville Property for Sale I will offer at sale my property situated on the north side of Main on east elThof College street In llustonYlI1e Ky consisting of hotel and livery stable and vacant lot This pro ry Is well ar ranged for hotel or boarding house and livery stable having on same a nice livery barn 65x75 and all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes and va cant lot for private It desired Everlasting water abundance Property well for private residence now routed for that It you want good paying In nutonvllle D S Carpenter Unltoncall on or a tulle Ky To the Goal Consumer l Raving bought out Higgins Sims the coal dealers we are now to furnish the people of Stanford and surrounding country the beet brands of coal at the lowest market prIce for cash Farmers we will take your hay and corn In exchange for coal at the market price We iollcit your trade and guarantee weight for at coalOrdersyour phone money or Boones livery stable No Boon cf EunavexvtST- RNFORO KY JGJkIaGUMYI tTNDEa AltEl EMBALWrJSRJ And Deal ear In SASNSSS BADDLEBYeGt Stanford Ky J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers DKALBM IV FarnitureMattlujsRuis They will Exchange Furniture lor all kinds of Stock Giro them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY DR FENNERS NEand- Backache REBladder Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary lr Fennet 110 has spent a life tluio curing Tree suck casea as yours All consultation eA gravel lodged In nlY bladder After a few bottles of Fenners Kidney and Uackacho Cure I passed a gravel half ai larguasautarble Tho medicine prevented formation I was cured W T O A K ES Orrlx Va Jlrurc lists Oe II Ask for Cook BookFree 8T VITU8DANCE Cure Cure Circular Pi Fcnncr FredonlaNV v A PERFECT WOMAN An Artist Gives These Meas urements Of One Height five feet live inches Arme extended should exactly raeas uro height from tip of third angers Her foot ehoull bo just oneseventh of her height for hand ehouli in length measure onetenth of her height She should welsh 133 pounds liar waIst should measure 27 Inches Her bust under the urine should meaiuro 31 Inches Iler bust outside tbo arms should moaturo 42 Inches Liar arm at the shoulder meas ure 13 Inches Her wrist should measure six laches Her ankle should mcaiuro eight la Ghee Toe calf of her leg should raaasura tai Inches Her thigh should measure 25 inches Tho length from the elbow to tbo middle anger should bo the same as from tbo elbow to the mlddlo of the chest From the top of tho head to the chin should bo the length of the foot The height of the head should bo j let four times the length of the ooso The height of the perfect woman should be just eight times the length of her face oUo times tho length of her band and six to seven times tho length of her foot From tempi to temple the measure monte should equal tbo length of race The arms should bo three times the length of the head and the lags four times the length of the head The shoulders should be two head wide Too stretch of thumb and first finger should exactly circle the throat The thumb and second finger should meet just around the wrist A measure ot the closed band or hi should give the length of the foot The stretch of thumb ana second finger should just measure her face Measured by heads the eight which should make height divide her up to this fashion Height One head from crown ol lead to bottom ot chin one half head from bottom of chin to breastbone one half hoed from top to bottom ol breastbone one head from bottom of breastt bono to just above tho navel onp head from just above navel to beginning 0f Ijwer limbs ono head from beginning of lower limbs to middle of thigh one half bead from middle ot thigh to top of knee ome hall bead from top ot knee to bottom of knee one and ono half hoids from botton ot knee to small ol ankle ono halt head from small of an kle ome hall head from small of ankle to solo of foot Total eight heads WidthNeck onehalf bead across chest to setting on of shoulders one and onehalf heads chest between arms ono and onn half beads waist one and one eighth heads hips two heads thigh three quartera head sire ot face top ot knee onehalf head calf two and ono half Hoses small ol ankle One nose or ono quarter tho height of the bead FAIR DATES e The following is tho lIt of fair dates fixed for this year Richmond July 13 days Crab Oitbard July 22 4 days Georgetown July 28 4 days Cynthlana July 29 4 gays Danville August 4 4 days MadUonville August 4 days Lexington August 10 0 days Fern Greek August 18 4 day Lawrenceburg August 18 4 days Saepberdsvlllc August 25 4 days Bardatown Sept I 5 days Ellzabothtown Sept 8 4 days Bowling Green Sept 154 days Owensboro Kentucky State Fair Sep tember 21 0 day- sBottor Than Gold I was troubled for seyeral years with chronic indigestion and nervous debili ty writes F J Green of Lancaster N II No remedy helped mo until I bo gaa using Electric Bitters which lid me moro good than all the medicines I ever used They have aho kept my wife in excellent health for years She says Electric Bitters are Jint splendid for fe male 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 COc Satisfaction guaranteed by all Druggists Sufferers from delirium tremens usu ally imagine they are surrounded by snakes An explanation of this hallu nation Is offered by the result of some recent French experiments Sixteen alcoholic patients were examined with the opthalmlscope and It was found that the minute blood vessels In the re Una of their eyes wero congested In this condition they appear black and are projected into the field of vision where their movements reeemble the squirming of serpents The scratch ot a pin may cause the lost of a limb or even death when Llaod poi soning results from the Injury All danger of this may be avoided bow ver by promptly applying Chamberlains Pain Balm It is an antiseptic and unequalled liniment lot cutsas a quick healing burlscs and burns For sale by Craig Docker I k u Tendency of the Times The tendency of medical science Is to ward preventive measures The best thought of the world is being given to the subject It Ii easier and better lo 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 tile use of Chamberlains Cough Item- edy Pneumonia always results fim a cold or from an attaok of influenza grip and it has been observed that this remedy countoracts any tendency of these dl seases toward pneumonia This has been fully proven in many thousands of cases in which this remedy has been used during the great prevalence ot colds and grip in recent ycsn and cm bo relied upon with implicit confidence Pneumo nia often results from a slight cold whet no danger Is apprehended until it Is sud denly discovered that there is fever and difficulty In breathing and pains In tho chest then it is announced that the pa dent has pneumonia Be on the safe side and take Chamberlains Cough Item cdy as soon as the cold is contracted It always cures For silo by Craig A Hock or Sixteen portion were drowned as tho result of a tornado which struck tbo steamer Olive plying In the Choso riv er In Virginia The vessel foundered so suddenly that only six of the 22 per eons aboard were abla to reach tbo pi lothouse which remained above water after tho steamer wont to the bottom Mysterious Circumstance Ono was pale and sallow and tho other fresh and rosy Whence the difference She who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings Now Life pmsto maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they corn awl good digestion nod head off constipa tion Try them Only 2oc at all DrUg glats Tho contract for tbo erection of the brick portion ol the new girls dormito ry of the Stato College has been let and the work will be commenced at once It will be built on tbo old Sim rail homestead on South Llm stono In Lexington erY1thingThey will cleanse and invigorate your stomach regulate your bowels give yon a relish for your food and make you feel that In this old world Is a good place to live For sale by Orals et Rocker Sherifrs Sale For Taxes On Monday Mar 9th 1001 between the hours of 9 A M and 4 P M at the courthouse door InI Stanford Lincoln I expose to the highest bidder Cor cnsh Iu hand to pay tho Stole and county taxes tho following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay said taxes This list will be published once a weok for four weeks am the names will dlsapi ar as soon as the tax and costs are paid Cost of advertising tit Vhon you call to pay your taxes please bring along 0 percent on tjie amount as will us tho the amount dutraad f2 foradvvrtlalng BTANFDItDi IIITlt Bartels August 20 acres 8 00 Uaugh Mrs Sara 130 acres 1 60 Goodo Mrs M B lot 3 00- TToluolaw Alax 42 acres 0 10 MoElroy T F100 aorta 0 05 STAFOitDCOfAlRHD- Kngloman Harry 50 acres ll 30 Sims Sam 2 aoros 1 36 OnAI1 onOIlnnWIUTR Adams J T J int 83 t acres 3 75 Farris Goo P 4 JHolmes Mrs D V lot 2 45 Johnson Mrs Nannie 48 acres 6 2h IHJSTO VIItE WHITE Gooch G W lot 2 jRico Mrs Belle 1 aero 10 Taster Mrs A lot 1 5 Hustonvlllo t Green Rlvor Val Icy Telephone Co franchise tax 1000 4 00 Lacick Frederick 100 acres 1 00 nU8TOJlVILLIIOOWRED Green Goodo Hrs 42 acres 1 71 Graves Scott lot 71 MoRoborts Harrison lot 1 to WAYIIUnUnOWIIITII Aker J W 12 autos 2 Oi Allen W M 40 acres 1 25 Bastin S B 155 acres 4 00 Bressler Anda 32 acres 2 Britton Jno 10 acres 1 05 Oethridge Marll 16 acres 1 80 Florence J E Jr CO acres 211 Grlllln J M 22 acres 2 Griffin Jno W 10 acres 2 Oi Harris Jno W 67 acres 4 2j Helth J M fi acres 1 15 Hague G A 100 acres 3 70 Hughes Andrew 85 acres 3 8j Jeffreys Mrs M A acres 1 10 Lemon J W 130 acres 7 05 Potrey Luulnda 28 acroj 1 10 Robertson W G 10 acres 1 85 Robinson J M 2 across 116 Routcn Pleasanl 42 autos 2 85 Singleton G W SOaoros 1 D3 Smith Jno M 1 carp 2 2b Longer Ernst 100 autos 2 ro Walls Jno 20 acres 4 M Willard Josoph 230 acres 7 Oil Young A J 05 acres 160 Young H O 3 acres 1 70 Stull Mrs Belle 85 acres 40 M S Baughman S L C y J H Paxton J Shanks O Walker W Carter Biliousness flakes When tfaa aver U torpid end tale ufdo Iu work the bite eaters the blood as a virulent potion Then come constipation blllouraeM sick headache fevers and maUriaTha only treatment that giTM the liver lust Uii right touch sod starts Natures work In the rlgbl manner is LIVER P1LLS- ANDTONIGPELLETS The pill touches the liver and the tone tae rtpLi f 25 aatw for y days cost 25 teat and tor leu your ease is exceedingly bad you V will be well before you BnUb diem Sample tree For tale at all dealer FOR SALE DY W B MROBERTS oAT PENNYS I DRUG STOHlf b First National BankOf Stanford Ky ICopltal Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit lank of In UII then reorganized an the Rational Hank of Stanford ISM and again r jriantiod u- be Pint National Ilaik of Stanford la un having had practically an uninter rupted exlitance It ls better supplied now with facilities fur transact Ing business promptly and wen than ever before In IU lung honorable carver Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited s LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANKj CAPITAL STOCK SOOOO Directors B Owsley 811 W Oeo Chronic Successors to The Farmers tank A Trust Uonpanj and under same management continuously for 14 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually benefl lal Control KontuckyI Real Estate ftctonije TITLE co Stanford Ky No 1Ilea5ed M In tjnfevtt6ve rontn hell rorela mnhm t Ierr IMItItwlrto ebwlacad loiwot fowl teutl hM II j l rlef Ko J Su llfirraST sine I mUM tram bin rJ lloHsiof fast gealrwma bask ItItWb sad I tvraoila toed barn ssdMhw WthH f la ruoJ rriutr Out laUIUi w1 t M J e sn In MM ten IB fruit tree rest Jn rasa lldtfgbtsVwmahtloixrSMleii UrftlB end a- t1barxttn eaurch rte Btu r acre Und sJJoteiHK seW tot 1W ad IU TbUliaUryiln No 1 House sad lot la Hunlenl Heat Ma tins are room Ionolllble swl S serrs of l rnl welt tented Oot ef prrtilut bullJIec lID txuxfl b la frost for twe ether euhage er a 1 story fruntewtld be HJIo tk pUage sad be DII beautiful ban be ae44 cheap m tq owner mint bare araoef No 4T itof Inuie dwailht 7 rooms hill and vtraodL Ilwd proh fo apd bear tn good repair Fer sal or trot Price reasanabk ko 5 Ilonsa and lot la SUntod Three rues od root porch Mod srdsD and IUIotL Good rvllr sold ebap N01tlolIlII and tot to Stanford l4 nuke mouse JUDd smote and wal bash oa f aLFarm of BOUrn 2 mike lam Statl lord eo sunty road s eau 1euillnal rye- In pasture 4 PlerchsrJs sad rat U tlMWr Ts- small roiup bun and oytbylWInn will watered sad WoHM Siirlr n U Iouahtatydurpike uowner llns In Indians Ib suit aiu t e 8Ioe y NolJ 1ohb roomthn and iwrc- hneeauryouthulldinte rD tug 10 try star NOm feet Ier root sapplll with reenters abeltae4 Water tll dwellls sad storeroom lID oi iti u sal sail on plies Set sIl lot batk One mllff rreai HUnturd lIulMDgi Inco lrrpilrn4dw lllM rlflnillr cat 1iOO sastoraortr Will sell both for 1889 o- fsill rent or sell srnarsMr No fl 25 acre farm 51 mile of rub Orchard Ky Uriekdwelling Iroums two trout housfs two barol wtllDd prlne near dwelling Farm In high claW of eulltntlon arras river bottom laud ffncto fruit re Irlc 13760 apace No l4tltOsrrnolIndon Lancaster street In In no protementeswptlcrgeitockhim abundance of Ioe In town Irlee UOOO No 15A nln cottage and lot on Ijtocailer strrct Buinforl7 rooms good cistern etc Cost p 1100Its urn nnr HustonTlllr Dwelling of tight rooms bill Tell la etc On tenant hou stock barn tars tolmxo barn acd Other outbuildings Cistern and good wU In the la geld on the plan Farm cutlnseTenOeldsandirslelasslaod No aoA lam acres dwellln stock barn and all neceeasy out Lulldlsgs Fencing good well watered cut In Ovq flelds MacT n rest In blue dram- ieethan half mile Irom tor pike Woner this place for only 130ler acre of IIn rooms aid tour acres turnilkrf1acre eper hang fur nniiTi tn Sanford or McKtnney This daeslwithin a stones throw of churches hools store Ac No31 645 sera of land in Itoekesstle fur sale or exchange has all nectsurr Improvements well waterrl Ac Will be sold at a bargain No ice acres sllualed near Kings TIll KyGOacpsIncunlvatlon9Inutoberrat In trnll o nor Velllng comwratlT churyeha chrolpa on plktlnd county rued and II the mat dealubl arm In section 311111 the whole funs lor 12 or la parrels of not 111lban 30 acres to sultpurcnsser This Is certainly cheap property No 53m of 78 acre barnic Well watered fencing od buntings tD I repair lroductive lime lIone Ian JD goaf ueyhlorhoodcloes to school 1ad on lootS road Ilire No M tarot 01800 00IThree good dwellings 8 buildings each house bun etc shoot the center of 100 acres All on county road M mile from church school and Larsnsll sad will watered This Is a good tobscoo firm and would or the e f millet that might want to come front tbesameneighborhood Irlee reasonable Officers J S UOOKKIt trees J J JicUOGHTS Chr W H WEAKEN lik- prDirectors v V iteM Danville 8X Harris Stanford J locker Stanford W P Walton Ie lngt n K U Tanner toleKlnnlItM P Rmoro 8 II Stanford T I lull Stanford Jus Robinson HuUblo J II Ilauchman Stanford W I Tate Stanford 1 Offlcen S II 8IIAMK8Irealdeot o J II OW8LEV Cashier W MnitlOIIT Asst Cashier at splendid Una ef II acre bandwme INo o reora frame dwtlUaiC with water lIblt In as Ig as the S W L A Ie Co awe TIaIaw sdelrahlsj4u befog lest WsideW IhsrHf the graded IseSml rkurvU At Tee Ncaieg hi pel pia repskTMsadwill M seW as a hergals KrOnaodeaabRtrydwelng bara sadaheroutfwl4Uege Stacy none Iq tileLisatotM 1rtsHy sass Noiilt easdene ass rand lieu roe lain Mean ruws Teraader esllar tie All net tDlidl4CternI door Ilea large taro lot llialy ot fruit M a rdutlo0 No 4alag sof U Kord emnty Ks six lilt tem refirpslsd s yye feat Atkahe IeAnfir exekvaef MilaIIOIIIII aererv sadonlySurea 0l4oi018 this h IIascary cansadwelling aeree Cawy tastily Two two and other 5 towlaodNp17 KaisaefllSsern la Case euuety A 0101d11111bdlldlogs On county rout splendid loliem land dliraFnm MHftr scree Pleasant Bouse I rodnts sadporeh Itarn and other outUil dlnics Sawrtln mill ration rat In Urn pnallCIiOOIladtinselly lrIca lMoil Alsobuyerorfroa buyer far an ISWO to 000 Urnivlnse to town No IOH acres of laud our Crab Orchard cheap No 20 Twostory house rooms haUTtranda lrorfitXOOONoeon of tolIlrhoneattachdlIarnorchardFeneteq Wlanlfol s I for for hall irala rent and Is cultlrsted In perootOotprshow Will sell for C 600 landIn s 1012 welts In yard splendid orchard and 2 acreIn ItlcTxloNolureroomrontloq furnishedpaperedbarn on lime lot used u Uer hood- eetldeepeAlltoltblipropertyelatlnndooyKyy ii moneyIrOprietorhurefuedtorent nionlh Onaccounlof heillbqf his wife onl uchnlfptamloSrgnatimothylovenndbluegraseexorptIOacra DdblintblOroducfvggrows bemp and lobacoo Newly fsnq 10ImlrolI1alcellardebarn and other outbuildings all In good condition OtrIUcoeulUvaaionagrontlarreproouia Largo barn and all ssroultwlldtegsleaaundbullJingalnepim dl Jpeir JL R Hughes Secretary 6 Treasurer b t