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Digital page images are linked to the text file. it SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 6 1903 9AM NO2 llSOMERSET We ore enjoying a foretaste of Spring at this wrltloir but neither tbe tnaiioo Ha nor the mucking bird boa appeared however the taw pIplcR notes of tbe bluebird Indicate ibe near approach of oranjro blossoms and southern balmILongfellow1 blrlbdr was atoly celebrated hero by the cnautau qua club at tbo home of M Ill J B ClauDch An Interesting program was r mdered and delightful refreshments wero served The members of the tao ulty of tbo graded school were alma very pleaiantly entertained at tbo rete idence of Mrs Battle Newull Both occasions were very enjoyable Rev Weber of Wtnobeiter deliver ed BO Inlerctileg lecture on Home Sweet Home at the South Methodist I k church on Sunday night A largo au i dunce wai In attendance and gave evi dance of their appreciation of the Ice turn by their itrlct attention Quito a oleo little contribution was raised for the Wesleyan college represented by Rev Weber at president One of the largest and moitapprecla 1tITo congregations of tbo season assetn bled at the Christian church on lat Lords day It being missionary day- av very handsome sum was contributed an Intereitlng sermon from RId tt 6TI McMaban upon the subject of jnlislnns There were two confessions after the saruioa The Sunday School has more than doubled IU innnbtrt ill Battle Dlfffflns left Monday for her borne In Crab Orchard much to the regret of her many friend hero Miss Nanslo Ueynoldi of Junction City was a charming visitor to her friend here Jor stay was only too brief at ibo was on her way South for v a few week Mr Sam Ulggtn bai contracted for four more now cottage on Main and Jackiboro streets A few moro such enterprising men would soon swell our little city Into Immense proportions A now bakery has been opened on Main street Mr Reynolds the proprietor promises to give the very best of everything In his lino to his custom era t The electric itrbet railway franchise li under earnett consideration and Ihe council will moon let tbe privilege L- highest and bet Udder The handsome now school building will ooo bo completed oDd ready for service The pupil are counting the days before they can occupy the oora modlouifctructure It is Indeed a be fitting monument to the educational i zeal mod enthusiasm of our people The other now building In South Somerset will bo of the lame pattern Such coo Toolcoccs as theme building 1 will afford should enthuse each pupil with strong desires to bo faithful In bll effort to obtain an educatloo- TrlmmlDJftrelll cleaning gardens and buihlng yard are just now do manding considerable attention Our people teem more determined this year f to do more tn tho way of forestry and flower than at tiny previous time which II a worthy enterprise and r should be encouraged by all and It li to be hoped the city will be filled with HJh good thing for they go to make up tbe aesthetics of life X Y Z Horace 0agan a banker of Qulhrle 01 is dead from an overdose of mor r pblno taken to relieve pain jllWILFUL MAKES WOEFULWANT 7 That old copybook maxim find its l nost forceful In the waste of I vitality which is called burning the candle at both ends A woman is often tempted beyond her strength by t Iekacome weak nervous and miserable For weak nervous ruu down women there is no better tonlc ad nervine than Dr 1iercea Favorite Prescription It restores the quiets nerve Mud tvea refreshing sleep It cures local diseases wosaaaly which undermine the general health It makes weak women strong women well No doubt have forgotten me but after you reed m letter a wet remember me writes Mss Annit KMorlnt of ajS Tjh Anne W Roanoke Ye In the year I wrote to Iron for adrke which you eve me of charge When J wrott to you twu a could not walk rlraight or In mywOo men muld not at down lie dator get any ease at all I had what was bat doe bat did not t soy better oath J went 1throughatroureeofrourmcdk ne Itookelaht rreeotiptlon anot Golden MediCAl DIItOety and ten of Pleaunt reneta I teU yoe the eaedldne- wade a cure of me Weak and sick women are invited to coaselt Dr Pierce by letter fret Alj- eeiyesgoadesieeiskohl strictly private Address BsflMo N Y Dr FisrteVPelleU cure biliousness 1 WAYNESBURG i Our mill will soon start up with Mr lllok at boss Mr N U nicks le In Lexington visiting her daughter Mr Robert Fdifaley n II Singleton has sold his mill to- W II UlLk who will go to work soon as possible- E all D Caldwell le loading some of flee Qo has been almost covered up In tbotn house and all for some time tutoao begin to fee davllgbt again Mrs Dolls Curtis has been sick John Pitman has moved to the Aunt Polly Goocb place Mrs Eva Jack eon has gone to her husband In West VaT II Singleton brought his pretty bride home from Louisville quite tick nod It is supposed ho will leave her here whllo bo goes back to school at that pUce Wasnt tbe cold spell a bl zzsrd thouga 7 Mr Perry our woodman was tbe only one who profited by It It took so much wood to do us that he was busy all tbe time E li Caldwell store was broken In to Tuesday night It can not bo told yet what was taken Bloodhounds were tent for from Wllraore but nothing dcfialto hat been discovered yet mite roads are getting nice now Man wagons loaded with tics lumber loge poles spoke staves and produce aro coming In all the Unit Waynes burg Is getting to be a busincs place Leventon liro of Soiuerrol have rented the store room under the Mac oaboo ball and will put to a stock of good about the first of April They will carry a lock of about J2000 con stating of dry goods notions groceries and everything found In a country store Miss Eva Singleton le still sick Mr Eliaa Ballard le on the tick list but It getting boiler There was a poly at Mr Purlin Ilouten which the young folks teemed to enjoy Mrs LrJ tauU ner It visiting friends here Mitt Dora Rlgney was visiting Mis Vlrna Goocb Saturday Claud Hester visits our town very often For what reason we cant Imagine Dutch Gooob wlfu and daughter wore visiting at Klugtvlllu Saturday and Sunday Dutch brought home tome game chickens so I guess wo will have some bin tluiM Miss Sallie Goocb Is expected home from Dixon Tenn whbro she has been visiting Miss Anna Padgett Miss Maggie Reynolds hit been quite tick but It boiler now D U Siofflsnin has ben at Crab Or chard looklD up timber Miss Lena Grtnin has ben visiting hero Wil liam Horton hat gono to his work at Cumberland Fall after a vie It to homo folks Bruce Fagaly is In Somerset CRAB ORCHARD Chas Singleton ibeoo quite tick for several days- 11evFerris will fill his appointment at tbo Christian church Sunday morn log and evening Misses Pearl and Clara Collier gave a Flinch party Saturday evening In honor of Miss Stella Hill of Stanford Tho poverty toilal was a tuccest and much merriment afforded by the char actor dresses Mr Curils Cover was the life of the part as Granny Rev Q E Cleaion of Louisville was hero lest week In the Interest of the Baptist Argus All wishing to tub tcrlbu or renew can leave their order with Mltl B Harris The ladles of the Christian church will give a supper at the residence ol Dr and Mrs Edmleton Friday evening for tho benefit of the church Soup sal ads Ices and cakes will bo served all for 25e Everybody Invited Tbo Crab Orchard Springs property will bo told Iho lOih We trust that a live energetic party will puropaso It and continue the work It would be In tho nature of a calamity to health seok crt to have this old and and well estab limbed retort close lit doors Mcesrt Dan llolman and Adam Web art continue seriously Harry Col liar Improved Mrs J W Guest is at home from Louisville Rev Dean of Lexington representing the Chris tian Alliance work was hero Monday Mrs Kittle King and daughter Miss Georgia will go to Lexington to visit Matter Sam King They will then go to the cities to purchase her spring millinery Dr Carpenter and wife of Stanford were with friends here thlt week Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is tho bet and most popular medicine in uso for bowel complaints It never falls and h pleasant to take Mr II Woodward of llssslyn Kla2 I hay handled Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy for 12 years have never Bold a bottle that did not give perfect satisfaction and it Is the heel sell lug diarrhoea medicine that I handle For sale by Oralg k Hocker iCoylngtOB TeD fi j went a to 8If NEWS NOTESI Two foot of snow It roported around Amarlllo Tex A young man died at Chicago at the footballitameI prominent ox Herbert Brim a beak teller at Lock port N Y committed suicide by hang Ins June 10 and 17 are the dates elected for the B P O E Elks State reunion at Lexington Fight now case of typhoid laver three suspected cases and two deaths le the day record at Ithaca Duns reports 1030 commercial failures during February as compared with 1104 In tbe corresponding month of failure of the Japanese rlco crop has caused a famine In the Northern provinces of the Island and 150000 per sons are said to be starving Former Gov Francis of Missouri le In Madrid In the Interest of the St Louis World Fair Be will hold a conference with Premier Sagasta and member of the Sn nlib cabinet Attorney General Pratt has tiled suit In the Franklin circuit courtln behalf of the Commonwealth seeking to annul the charter of the American Ticket Broker Association which was Incor porated In Kentucky In 1887 Rear Admiral Crowolnshleld has re quested that bo bo placed on the retir ed list of the navy at once This will bo done by the navy department and Rear Admiral Cotton will succeed him In commend of the European squadron About 76000 people witnessed the celebration of tho Popes coronation anniversary In Rome about 1000 of woora were Americans Tbo event was Imposing and the pontiff declared After the close ol the ceremonies that It had surpassed all his expectations Two trainmen were killed and a third was fjtalljr wounded when a Baltimore add Oolo test freight was dltcaed by train wreckers near Lebanon III The wrecker It It alleged threw b switch with the Intention of wreaking an ex preen train whlob usually carries mon ey The L N has contracted with Eastern locomotive builder for the de llvgry of 75 edglnet In July August and September Tho engines will cost about 1125000 and the order It ono of tbe largest over placed by the road and Is an unusually largo ooo for any Thurman a tobacco dealer of Water Valley was shot and killed at Mayfield by John James The killing was accidental James fired on Will Houseman with whom ho was engaged In a dIUlculty The pistol was knocked up by Houseman and the bullet enter od Thurmans bead Tbo nude corpse of Hannah Goddard Knapp the third wife of Alfred Knapp tbo telfcopfctscdtaultl murderer was found floating In the Ohio river near Now Albany The body was complete ly Identified as ooo of Knapp victims by finger and earrings which she wore Tho description of the wo in in and of the jewelry fitted that given by Knapp who It now a prisoner In tbo Jill at Hamilton O HIGHLAND Mrs Green Young It quite sick Somo of our farmer have begun plowing Etc Ware of Pulaskl Is preaching at Mt Morlah during this week Mr and Mrs H 0 Young rejolco over the advent of a now girl at their bouts Reubon Melton sold some corn to Wm Johnson ilL 250 Hog buyers are moro plentiful In our vicinity than bogs Mies Ora Williams after teaching for a month has closed her school and returned to her home near Eubanks much to tbo regret of ono of our young men Virgil Carrier and K G Martin now occupy U P Youngs house on the corner of Main and Greasy Ridge pohalR Cook of Somerset was hero Sun day Tbos Hutchison who has been confined at Indianapolis to long on ac count of emall pox la again at home with bis parents Mist Florence BBS tin Ewcll left today for Burnslda to engage In the millinery business Well Again The many friends of John Blounl will be pleased to learn that he has entirely recovered from his attack of rheumatism Chamberlains Pain Balm cured him af ter tho best doctors In the town of Mo non Indiana lied failed to give relief The prompt relief from pain which this liniment affords is alone worth many- times Its cost For sale by Craig it Hock d Ono hundred and ton years ago on March 1 1703 the first issue wee made from the Untied States mint It consisted of 11173 cents Nothing butcents and hall crate were coined until 1703 HUSTONVILLE i Frank Ralborn of Casey arrested by our efficient marshal Wm Lair upon a charge of forgery not being able to furnish ball was sent by order of the police Judge to the Stanford Jail to JuryHoward i baeo balllst leaves on tbe 15th for Vlcktburg Miss to begin work fog tbe Southern League Iho coming sea j sob Hit arm It la fine shape and with t the coming seasons work he will land with tbo top nowhere A movement It to be Inaugurated hero to Induce tbo city fathers to build water work or at least substantially asMtt to such an extent that will Insure I Its completion There are springs tn tbo vicinity that can furnish the supply and quality satisfactory j J W Hosklnt and wife take charge of the Weatherford House today end D S Carpenter and family move to I their new homo on West Main Street Mist Sacray the artist of Stanford i spent two busy days last week tn the West End catching shadows j J W Lockrldge has returned from Cumberland Falls and vicinity where I he bought soveral thousand acres of l very fine timber Ho will put a crew i of 25 men to work there on heading and oak spokes and will double bill forco la tor No excuse for a timber man belog out of work now Ed Carpenter refused 1000 for his twoyear old colt by Dignity Daro this week and by a man who knows a horse and Is not afraid to risk his judgment When bo found ho could not buy him for the prlco or a hundred or so more be said That1 the boat colt In KeDi tucy today and stands the Apollo Bellvldere of the arena and alone In bis class W C Greening shipped a carload of goods to Somerset ibis week and will show the whey dealxrs of Somerset that hit motto h truly expressed In tbe names of his clerk which are Bar gains Sell U Cheap and GIvum A Way Hes a hustler from old Hust lers Crossroads and deserves a share of the buslnesa daysThatwaysLeavesW R WILLIAMS Indigestion Cured By Sleeping On Left Side Undoubtedly for sound healthful sleep the best position Is to Ho on the right side It Is a curious fact how ever to roll over on tbe loft tide Is qulto a relief In case of indigestion Let us suppose a person has gone to bed Ho Is either lying on his right side or on his back Ho feels a certain amount of fullness In tho stomach and perhaps distress If he Is In tho habit of taking a dopo be thinks at once of his dope Some stomachic or perhaps a cup of hot water or maybe a hot sling It thought of Instead of doing any of these thing If ho will Just simply roll over on his left side bo will be surpris ed bow quickly belching of wind will occur and almost complete relief from the distress Try It the next time you have any of the throes of Indigestion after going to bed Lie on the left tide for 15 or 20 minutes and see If it does not disap pear It It a very effective remedy It It a remedy that the osteopaths would especially approve of at ft is of a me chanlcal nature and applied directly to the disease After the gas has all been forced out of the stomach In this way tbe sleeper can generally roll over on bl sleepItmended this remedy as well nigh In fallible But whether he does or does not experience hoe taught ut lit yalue Medical Talk DIx River Items Born to the who of Jim Payne of Preacher vlUe a 10 girl Jesse Fox was In this vicinity Tuesday on tbe lookout for hogs Mrs Silas An derson was visiting her daughter Mrs M F Lawrence last week and got wa tor bound not being able to get homo for several days Logue Thompson and wife ofPreaohersvlllc woro visit fog tbo family of Wm Sprinkles Miss Katie Payne of this section has re turned borne from a visit to her niece Mrs Bert Wade Llttla Mist Mary Ellen Anderson was visiting her cousin Jesslo B and Della May Law rence Mist Katie Anderson of the Goshen section has been visiting bor aunt Mrs Mary Warren Herbert Lawrence has returned to Indiana after a months visit to his brother Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by thoso tireless little workers Dr Kings New Life Pills mllions are always at work night and day curing Indigestion Bil iousness Constipation Sick Headache and All Stomach Liver and Bowel trou bits Easy pleasant safe euro Only 25c For sale by all druggists r RAINCOAT TIME I First time youre out in the rain without a raincoat youll be sorry for yourself but that wont prevent your getting wet The time to buy a raincoat is before it rains not after and the kind to buy is the II S M famous LAiglon We sell them IT PAYS TO TRADEAT THE GLOBEMerchant Tailoring Cleaning Pressing and Repairing Your money back It vonre not satisfied T Da MILLER DaiWiilB KU There is no Better IRelish Than Good APPLE BUTTERJMade of selected tart apples pure cider granulated sugar and pure spices Wo kind mado by EIwsaiss 1 ZJWhlrh li ample guaranty of Its purity whoesomoncsa jand fine flavor and above all that It U made by ap proved methods amid cleanly surroundings One of tho celebrated 57 VARI STIEScalwaysopenbrightnessandentirematltaetlonsizes from 3 pounds up HigginsMKinneyiSTANFORD KENTUCKYI Who Shall Fill IIjesss ssasaslttaw There should be but one question to consider in deciding where do take your Prescriptons and that is Where are the best Drugs and most accurate compounding to bo had No motive or influence should be allowed to weigh against it When you do this we shall expect to servq you When we fill your prescriptiion every drug that en ters into it has the exact potency the physician desires j Our charges nre justus satisfactory as our service Pennys Drug Store A r1s411m 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 Hocker 11Ky WORD ST1rNFORD11i W B McROBERTS THE DRUGGIST 1 Asks a contlnuanos of your patronage during 1903 and thanks you for your liberal dealings of thelyear Just closed esosgssr ate FreshPrugs at Pr1ces that are Rights 0 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON H H HENNINQER 01 Wayne County is a cdldate for 8tate Tmi urerubleet to ictlon ollbe Democratic pirtr J F HOLDAM Is a cindldite for the Democratic nomination for Or cult Clerk of Lincoln county subject to the action of the party M F NORTH Ii a canlUate for the Democratic nomination Representative of Lincoln county subject to the ac loa of the party J M ALVERSON Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rep resentative of Lincoln County subject to tbecUenor be party Democratic Ticket For Railroad Commissioner C C MCHORD- For Circuit Judge MC SAUFLEY- For Commonwealth Attorney JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR AT the meeting of the State Central Complttee at Mt Sterling tomorrow will be callwe predict that a primary ed In which the bars wilt be thrown down so that all who wish to enter may do id This paper has favored a pri mary all along and while It believes that Judge Saufley and Commonwealth Attorney Owsley are the regular and jut nominees of the Danville Conven tion It Is willing like those gentlemen to take the chances In a primary We have confidence in the strength of our candidates and aro eatltfied they will finish Brat In a race before the people Gov BECKHAM has determined to aettlo the question of his eligibility to reelection and to that end has arrang ed to tilt a tees cult Ho tae made a formal request of Chairman Young to place his name on the ballot aa a can dtdate for governor before the State democratic primary Mr Young has suggested that legal eteps be taken to determine his eligibility and a mandamus suit against Mr Young and the State Committee have been filed It will be decided as soon as practicable and will then bo taken to the court of appeals for final decision TnE long Senatorial deadlock In Del aware was broken by a junction of the Addlcks and anllAddlcks republicans In the Legislature the result being the election of J Frank Alice for the long term and Louis Qclalcr Ball for the abort term Allee who is an AddlclrsI man will serve until 1007 Ball Is an antlAddlcks republican and will eerveI until 1005 The result Is regarded as a victory for Addloks and he bee an nounced tbat be will again be a candi date lo 1004 when Balls successor will be chosen TUB United States Fish Commission a year ago was breeding carp and site tributing the spawn all over the coon try and now the one effort everywhere being made Is to exterminate the carpI A few months ago a lake In New JerI B97 was drawn oil In order to pet rid of the carp sammarlly Now the Park Commission Is likely to accept an offer to get the carp out of the Stuylklll The carp was introduced as a cheap food but cheap food Is not what the American people aro after A MASSACHUSETTS State Senator says he favors the abolition of capital punishment because In those States and countries where that punishment has been abolished the murder convictions have been 60 per cent as against 20 per cent where the death penalty has beet maintained There are jurors who would rather let a man go than hang him or perhaps greater efforts are made by the defense when the gallows is In sight TUB 67th Congress adjourned at noon Wednesday The customary dem onstration In honor of the retiring Speaker was given trimmings of frost by democratic members who refused to join in the applause when the reso lutions of thanks to Mr Henderson were read President Roosevelt sent a sarcastic message to the Senate com mending it for the admirable perfotm ante of duty during the session DON reports that February returns of both domestic and foreign trade are tally eqnal to thoso of the same month last year and in many cases there are markod aIDs Tho people are con suming on a scale never beforeequaled at evidenced by the enormous dlstrlbu tion at d continual Inquiries for prompt shipment DEUOE the unlettered and unlearned Is a has boon Senator James B McCreary took his place Wednesday and now Kentucky has a pair of Sena Lora Instead of one Senator and the worse kind of a makeshift as Puddln Head Deboe was THERE are trusts doing business in the United States It will be inter esting to note at the end of the year bow many the strenuous legislation of the present Congress has knocked out H NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Wm J Atkins a prominent farmer Is dead In Adair county Albert Goodman sent up from Whit Icy for murder was paroled The wife of John Canter more famil lady known as John tbo Baptist Is dead at Danville Four hundred miners struck near Plnevllle because their company em ployed four union men Deputy Collector C M Randall ot Loodoo destroyed six moonshine stills In Leslie and Perry counties The valuable law library belonging rto the late Col R P Jacobs of Dan ville was presented to tho Central Unl varsity Law School by his wife Joe Hayes Poison a young Wayne county farmer was thrown from a wild horse which bo was attempting to break and sustained Injuries which are probably fatal Mrs Maggie Mulvey aged 00 ont of the oldest residents of Danvllle died In that city Tuesday from the Infirmi ties of old age She bad lived In Dan ville all her life John R Palmer of Is at London for the purpose of establish ing a new national bank Thirteen thousand dollars of the 25000 required has been subscribed The Mercer National Bank of Bar rodsburg has purchased of the govern meat 145000 of bonds In order to secure additional circulation which became necessary on account of Its Increasing businessOn of the Ulnens of Judge Morrow Virgil P Smith of SomersetI Is presiding as special judgo at Monti cello by appointment of Gov Beck bam A number of cases of epeclallmI portaoce are to bo tried among tbomI three murder cases Wm Fans Chas DIckerson Logan Hunt and Jas Hunt all colored wore arrested at Lancaster by Federal officers who took them to Danville to appear before the United States Commis sion on charges of selling intoxicants without a government license A Harrodsburg dispatch save Eliza Paismore bought of E M Bardin the residence on the corner of Greenville and Poplar streets known as tho old Paemoro homestead This building is said by historians to bo the first brick dwelling ever erected on Kentucky soil POLITICAL- The Monism House of Representa tives killed a bill to license gambling More than 82000000000 was appro- prIated for all purposes by the 57th Congress Senator J Embry Allen of Fayette county who was recently nominated has announced his candidacy for speak pro tern of the Senaso The Senate convened In extraordl nary session at noon yesterday All the newlyelected Senators Including Mr Smoot of Utah were sworn In There are now drawing salaries asI Congressman 330 men whoeo terms be gan yesterday the number bavlogI been Increased by the last census from 351ITho Cuban reciprocity treaty may be considered before the canal treaty by the Senate In extra session Several other trestles beside the two important ones will aUo be disposed of The dignified and manly speech of Judge R J Brecklnrldge at Frank fort Monday was In happy contrast toI the fulminations of Col Hendrlck Theo will make votes the other willI make enemies both for himself and the democratic party Lexington Democrat A warrant for 8132309935 payable t3 the State of Kentucky was made out by the treasury department yesterday The sum represents the Common wealths war claim carried In the Gen eral Deficiency Bill signed by the pres ident Two propositions for the use to which the money should be put are un der consideration Oce Is for the pay ment of the State debt the other for the erection of a State capitol rTHIS AND THAT The Twentieth Century Limited train on the New York Central la to be equipped with wireless apparatus The bubonic plague has broken out at soother Mexican town Villa Union near Mazatlan reporting two deaths A petition protesting against Gov Peabodys action in sending militia to quell the strikers in Colorado Springs Col has been signed by citizens including the mayor and the city offi cials More than a dozen persona were In jured three car wore derailed and one coach was demolished In the Kansas City yards of the Union Pacific when a westbound Rock Island train ran diag ooall with an eastbound Rock Island train CHURCH MATTERS A meeting at tbo Methodist church at Winchester closed with 45 additions It was conducted by Rove Savage and Orr The March offering for foreign mis sions was taken at the Christian church Sunday morning and reached the sum of 100AdvocateI Northern Presbyte rians lost by death 63523 the net in crease was 60461 Somber although those added to the church numbered 225683 LAND STOCK CR PSITC ILute k Co have tnree good farm horses for sale J T Jones bought of W I Horrin a gelding for 1100- J S Murphy bought of Mark Har din a bunch of shoats at 60 John Cook bought of S N Matbony a fouryearold mare for 1150 Robert Woods Jrsold to R L Gone a eorrel gelding for 1200 Lutes h Co bought of R L Chris man a lot of butcher stuff at 3c P L Ofeck bought of Cash S Me Clure some 500 shocks of fodder atl2c R It Hubble and M B Eubanks re fused 1200 for their splendid jack Anton FOR SALE Pall good work mulct lH hands sound and all right R H Crow Shelby City W E Amon bought of W A Trlb ble a bull calf for 4250 and sold to Sweeney Morgan 30 hogs for July de livery at 63 George H Ketcbam owner of tba champion trotter Crcsccua declined tba republican mayoralty nomination of Toledo O Dr W H Felix bought the Nunnel lay farm of 155 acres midway between Lexington and Wlncbeater at tOO Georgetown Times FOR SALEA Duroc Jersey Regie tercd sow four pigs and Ova shoals six months old all from the above sow- P H Hawkins Lytle 2t I have for sale several good grade yearling Hereford bulls They will beat Bruces stock yards next Monday county court day J S Rocker It R K Hart sold to Tennessee parties 54 mules at 125 This la the largest sale of mules made In years amounting to f0750 Flemlngsburg Times Demo cratR L Hubble sold to T R Van leave of Lake City Mo three JCIrI for He bought in Pulaski 12 twoyearold mules at 165 and a pair of fouryearold mules for IZCiO R H Crow recently bought a regis tered mare by Wilkes Buy and colt by Ashland Wilkes sire John R Gentry 200 Sally Toler 2061 Pincher Wilkes 207i Bert Oliver 2OS Sa- R G Price sold to J K Robertson a sugar mule for 1140 and J K Robert son to A liunn two sugar mules for 285 70 Cloyd Tandy Co bought at Gradyvllle and Columbia 140 hogs at 5c one steer of John Pendleton for tWofour caul and five sheep of G A Bradshnw 11M 60 Adair News OTTENHEIMI John Kloret la selling out to move to Ohio The farmer are rejoicing at the fine weather Eld J G Livingston preached at Pine Grove Sunday The children and grandchildren of David J Harris took dinner with him Sunday It being his birthday Eld J G Livingston preached the funeral of the lato Mrs G W Russell at the old homo place A large crowd friends and relatives were present John Adams of Mercer was a visitor our town Wm Dyehouse has mov ed to hie new home on the Prultt farm George B Boonels very witp pneu monia fever Ansel Green has rented tho Ellhu Wells property and will move in a few days Dock Denny tells us that bo Is going to Indiana to live as sure aa bo can sell his old white cpw We are glad to hear that we are on the eve of baying a new court bouse As wo are living in a fast age and wo artS in Rome we must do as Rome does and try to keep pace with our sister untles Wakeful Children For a tong lime the lwoyear old child of P L McPherson 69 WI0th St liar riburg Pa would sleep but two or three hours In the early part of the night which made it very hard for her parents Her mother concluded that the child bad itoaach trouble and gave her half of one of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets which quieted her stomach and she slept the whole night through Two box es of these Tablets have effected a perma nent cure and she is now well and strong For sale by Craig A locker At Bluefleld W Va Mrs Michael Hampton shot and killed her husband because he refused to adopt her rellg ion James Hlokman was shot to death at Powhalao W Va by James Mack with whose wife be ran away R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky OfQcA 0i15 c4 McKinney Stor Telephone No 81 H Ca RUPLEY- The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods WarrantedFit Give Kin a Call RND LLDEft This week we put on sale several thousand yards Mill ends which we bought below the market price Here are some of the good things Black Ditto UIIHO anti Grey Mohair 40 inches wido worth 76c go tit 48orri yard Extreme wide mercerized oxford while price 25o our price 15c n yard COO yards imported mndrns newest stripes mndo to soli nt 20c our prico lOc n yard Special 200 fino hoary corsets tho price on these was 125 they go at 70c 300 PAIRS LADIES SHOES Sizes 2 and 3 Button and Lace worth up to Sa go at 18c not new stylo and tho above sires only 5000 yards 8inch Hamburg worth 25c goes at lOc Your last chance to get this Just received n now lino of hens fine clothing the celebrated Kirsohbaum hnndmnde warranted to fit and wear as perfect as n tailormade suit Wo can fIt you Price from 5 to 820 250 pairs nll wool jeans pants worth 81 and 8125 all go at Go Wo take your eggs and butter at the high eat market price in exchange e USTChinaware tickets given on each purchase THE GRAND LEADERM B LEVY It CO Prors S B LEVY Manager DR P W Carter- DENTIST Stanford Kentucky Office In Myora Houso Flats Go To George B Harris Crab Orchard Far hart sins Fresh line of Oroaerlvs and Oakes Etc lust received market prices for Rutter Egs fie Oho him a qilt POSTED I We whose names appear below positively forbid hunting trapj Isg or UMpsMlng land s cad will prmeeat0 teany the ull Wont of tbe law art Vasbauner latsuch Mike IHUUir Mike thow Drlesier coil CUrltUn Orleler 4 8 PRICE Dentist Stanford Ky JIBCOTO UeBoberU Drat Store In Ihi Owilj UuUlijD NEW LIVERY STABLE S w ntTU1 k Sm1rcrt JUNCTION CITY KY HrstClais Turnouts atReasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale JDWearen Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of Now tho largest company In the worli Assets 12 Surplus is regards policy holders 49136OJ8 69 Farm property In Casey Garrard coin counties Phono 21 for Sale I will otter at private sale my property situated on the of Main on east side of College street In IluitonvlUe Ky consisting of and livery stable and vacant lot This property Is well ar ran for hotel or house and on same a nice livery barn SSx7a all outbuildings necessary for hotel and livery purposes Ta lot for private It water n abundance Property li well arranged for private residence anu Is now rented for that If you want good paying pro rty In Hustonville call on or D Carpenter Huston vllle Ky R B Mahony Insurance fluent Stanford Kentucky Hustonville Property liverystable deelret- Everlasting insurance fluent Fire Life Accident and Tornado None but the larg est and best companies represented Phone 8- 2Stanford Kentucky STANFORD GREENHOUSE Carnations Hya cinths Narcissus Floral on short notice Redding and Vegetable Plants of all kinds In season Phone 20rlng 3 JNO CHRIQTMAN Stanford =tI FURNITURE s t CarpetsMattings Rues Wall Paper Picture Frames Sic The latest msreJll In Matting Oarpeu Wall Paper am now nixrn to the lealettna or the public and we aturoeur pt UB4 that they sea fM their nosey worth bv trading with 4 NO JOCKEYING eA Lady a Gentleman a otilld can buy anything In our Hne and save money If you Sad the goods tbat suit you the price Is rig- htWITHERS FURNITURE COMPANY LAMP SALE 6 1 Beginning March 2d we will close out our line of fine Parlor and Library Lamps at COST for CASH Now is your chance to buy a nice It lamp ata wholesale price CEO H FARRIS A CO Stanford Ky GOI ANYWHERE ALL a I Sorts of pretty jewelry is the vogue Many novelties have been added Como in and see the lot cst in JewclrylYntchcs- Clocks and Silverware Absolutely no misrepre sentation W H MUELLER StanfordB LOOK At things everywhere but come to me when you want to buy Groceries bocauso I Intend to give the great est values possible All my good aro selected with great care I also t look at many things but purchase nothing that does not como up to my standard and those who have long favored mo with their trade know my standard Is high Indeed When you wish to see and to purchase nice fresh Groceries Fruits cla vt rJIW110 Mata Stanford Ky f r IHTERIORJ0HRHLt STANFORD KY MAIL 0 10031 il r UIOhelions and with proper care Wo could l not do botor If yon paid us double the price which It always reasonable Pen tyi Drug Store PERSONALS Mil J S HOCKKII It In Lexington MISS Mnv QiootNS Is convalescing MR T F BllNIC li down with the grip MRS NANNIE SAUKLKY It III with- y grip WM FIELDS li In Rockcaetle on bus T incu MR T W JONes was In Cincinnati this weekt MR W W BAYS li threatened with pneumoniaMR WILLIAMS of Mt Vernon noleMR AND MRS It E GAINES return od Tuesday to Duncan I T MRS OEOROIA KICK of Ml Vernon was with Mill Sallie Sbolton MIt A W CAitiKNTKlt of tho West End Is down with the mumps rjOEO nUNN of Moreland wee hero yeiterdtjr consulting a dentist MIt AND MIlS JOE UAHIHN of Cor bin attended the burial of Mr Ed Caldwell MRS J w HAQIN who is Tlililng her parents Mr and Mrs John F Cash Is quite lit MRS HKtmiE CAUIMIELL will mover Into tbo cotiaeo recently vacated by Mr A A Warren MR AND MRS F K TRIIIULE have liStreetDanvilloMRS A E GUIDONS of Dtnylllo clJMR J P THOMPSON of Lebanon Junoifnn with his wife at her par tjTHOMASposition with a coal mine In Laurel Is ylsltlocr his parents In the Moreland section tiMisst scharge of her Danville gallery Mil s Mottle Baoray cow manages the gal lory hero MR A W MoMURRAY of Shelby N C and Mrs Salllo Willis of Kirks vllle have bean guests of Mr and Mrs T C Willis MR CuRls BLESS of tbo Ottcnbelm section Is back from a visit to friend s In Iowa Ule wife and daughter are visiting In Kansas Dn W II ODANNON went to Lan castor Wednesday to attend the burial of Mrs Mina Hughes a cutlets Mrs Hughes was the wife of Mr Abee r Uughet and was a most excellent wo man SUIT GARLAND SINOLRTON has rented Mrs Mary Owens property on East Main Street and will move to It next week loin Owens and Mr C Owens anti wife will move to Somerset wo are sorry to say REV C E POWELL of Birming ham Is hero with a view to locating and we very much hope he will decide to do no Mr Powell In poor health and was compelled to g1up his splendid charge In Birmingham LA TER Ho bas rented Mrs U A Fa- T r rise cottage on East Main LOCALS Lot Frank Adklns fix your umbrell CuosnKU Oyster Shells for chickens at Craig ft Cookers Two rooms on Whitley Ave rent or C C Withers HEAD the Now Yotoms b lIad on our fourth page STOREDOUSE near our mill for rent cheap J U Daugbman Co 3t PAIERS printing fair dates will please Include Hustoovlllo July 20 three days CASU PCMIHREY who broke Into O J Mclobortestore here was ad r judged insane at Lancaster CALL at Illgelns S McKlnneys Monday and look at their Improved corn planter and riding cultivator JAMES It BEAZ has tls rock crusher to Danville to fill a co tract crushing for a gentleman then oMONDAY is county cow day Come In and help us get on a cash basis by planking down what you owe at this olllcer StaT GARLAND SINGLETON Bold his house and lot In Dar town to Mrs Delia Austin of Garrard for 8050 or f 1100 more than he paid for It some two months ago Tilt store at Krlger owned by I and T J Terry burned Saturday but moet of the contents were saved There was no insurance and a defective Hue was the trouble The poatofflco A kept in the store but Uncle Sam a Ii will bo comparatively nothing Toe following teller was received at this olUco from Hon G G Gilbert yes terday afternoon As the result of re reIItto have the matter investigated i cheapIJ H Dttugbraan ft Co Tile McKlnney Presbyterian Sunday School will bavo a candy pulling Wed ncsday March 11 Ten septa admis clog Tbo public Is Invited 2 cuFORtar street and law offices formerly oc1 cupled by W A Trlbblo Apply at Waltonfaxlagtoo judDotsphy will open a drceimaklng establish meat In tho room In tbo Elmoro block insMarchCARSON PENCE are ready to watt on tho people In an exchange at their store Wheat corn oats hay etc taken In exchange for lour meal ship stuff and cotton seed mesh FARMERS and are ontIre quested to give a portion of their pat- nage to the Farmer Roller Mills deafmealmOnt at all times DOUOHT TRAVELERS REST Mr I Shelby Tovls hoe bought of bis ale ter Mrs R T Hart of Woodford Travelers Rest lei 75g125000 love and affectlou REUNIONDr W D OBannon Is making arrangements to bavo a rt union of the OBaonon family in 1WM at St Louis UI relatives by that namo pro not very numerous but they are scattered from Now York to Call fornla ciUcowill sell 200 palm ladies shoes bun drcd of ladles aid mens hate ladles oak clothing Ac Ladles aro peclal1rlnvlled Auolloo will bo het under shelter and will occur positively rain or shine Col J P Chandler auc ontlogearrHonRlliLU Mrs Amanda Carson of tbo Wet sod who has been a ferer from cancer of the face for me Is la a very critical condition her death seems to bo a question of a very short time Her suffering Is moo Intense to much so that both of bo open have bunted The good woman ball much sympathy In her great trou isle Tim following Is the verdict of tb lacy selected by Coroner William Skid more to hold an Inquest over tbo body of Dob Thurmond whose remain were found lo a woodland on Mr Josh Jones farm We tbo jury find tbe deceased to bo Bob Thurmond sad that he came to his death from exposure wbllq under the Intluenoe of whisky T J Tate O Vanoy J U Jones J D 110 ste Mack Lawson James Mesier Wetst Parker Co will hold tbo boards at oveDlnlMarcbtercet In the show but will make this proposition We will rotund the money to those who attend the entertainment and ao not feel that they got their moneys worth What Became of Parker Is a charming little four a ct comedy and It Is admirably presented by Miss Georgia Lewis splendid troupe of Stanford ladles and gentlemen SOMERSET Upon recommendation of tho mayor L E Hunt was placed In temporary charge of the electric light monthg be tonea necessary to run the plant collect bills and keep ihe lines and machinery In order and repair the city furnishing all supplies including coal carbon otc The picture of Prof Logan Hughes of Stanford published In the INTERIOR JOURNAL Is a fine likeness of Prof Boynton superintendent of Somerset graded schools Judge Morrow ia reported as slightly Improved It Is a pat ibotlo picture to see the Old Jedgo prostrated lo a darkened room under the physician order to see and say nothing The Southern Express Company succeeded the Adams on iheC N Saat now performing the service at BomereaaJournalC- IRCUIT COURTTho grand Jury nally adjourned Tuesday after return log only 15 Indictments the smallest number in years Charles Rodeo charged with stealing meat from a car at Eubanks was given two years in the penltunllary The HustonvllleCoffeya Mill Turnpike Co was flood 840 for failure to make a koreportot Its business to tbo con uty e August Pctzold who sued the Kentucky Growers Insurance Co for a policy which bo held on his house tlwsema aeend represented Potzold pad lion P M McRoborta and Julian Bourne the insurance company The open against Cottrcll Donbam and others charged with knocking down and robbing Mr C H Van An yelterdaThe petit Jury was discharged rest er day afternoon Craigdj cARSON k PEac hamvawet received a of the latest style Columbus buggies PLACE your order at once for Amerl Wire Fence If you want to lave ney On account of advance In raw materiel It will be sure to advance Georgo H Ferris Co briT1iEgment of tho Jefferson circuit court saiegnlpettor Tbo action was to recover on a life urance policy on the life of Johnwofor 850000 Johnson lived near Paint LickchTHE Concert Co one of the foremost musical organizations out this seaBoawlll bold tbo boards at Waltopefri Opera House on Wednesday playedheroshould bo thanked In advance for so curing such a splendid entertainment as the Pitman will give Reserved seats are now on sale at McRoberts drug store Secure yours bolero the rush begin- sCALDIYELLMrEd Caldwell died at bis homo Tuesday night aged about He is survived by a wife who was M iss Elizabeth Myers and to whom bo was married pearly CO years ego Mr Caldwell had been in bad health and totally blind for several years Ho was once Sheriff of this county and those who remember say be made an excel lent o nicer Year ago be bought an Intorettln Crab Orchard Springs but was sever connected with that resorts preachtuoy yesterday morning after which tfc e interment took place In Buffalo cemetery lodsoAtlantaoflloo of this great Optical House e 61 his practical opticians will i maID at iho store of his agent W Alga teynolds Junction City for five days wlldrare R their eyesight tested free by ono of rallablre Mr Hawkes has all the modern op ofiUaltedo ho enjoys the confidence of the people more tban Mr Ilawkes Hie name Is a familiar word throughout a section of the country Inhabited over 86000000 of people Ur Dawkcs has probably fitted glasses to the eelof more people of national nod Interns llooal fame than any other durandrto people In his ability as a practical optician Thls firm was established In 1670 pearly 30 ofllively remain but five days as ho basi other engagements for later dates Caution These lemons glasses a cover peddled BRILLIANT RECEPTION Mrs Lu oleo Beckner received on Thursday f lernoon In honor to her guests Mlcses Jean Warren of Danville and Jennie Warren of Stanford Ovrlosr to the Urge number of guests three boura were necessary to accommodate tho ladles who called Mrs Beckner was assisted In receiving by her mother Mrs Wm Warren of Danville gowned In black velvet with ROIlS Point lace Mrs Edward Clerk ton tilk mull embroidered with blue dote over yellow satin Miss Jennie Warren white peau de sole silk trimmed In cut steel Miss Phoebe Beckner white Paris musi cream lace Miss Jean Warren hg blue Grenadine over blue silk Misses Joe Boswell Sue McKinley and Louisa Atmoro presided at tho frappe table Misses Mary Lane Stella Donaldson and Elizabeth French served coffee the dining room The young laales looked lovely and added much beau to the occasion They were In aveal dress The color scheme red was cc rled out all through the house Tbe rooms were lighted by silver and brass candelabra filled with red candles and red shades red carnations wore flower used The refreshments w creditfi on own caterer Winchester Democrat- MATRIMONIAL S S Corn and Miss Mettle McCray were quietly married at Harrodaburg Avery Reynolds aged 18 and Miss Linda Wren 16 were made ono at Sherman Wrens Thursday Dr Henry Plummer was granted a divorce from Elizabeth Plummor at Harrodsburg They are over 60 years ol ago and have been married about 30 years Miss Emma Jo Chambers and Collla Wlllougbby and Miss Clara Fielder and Sexton Pearce of Richmond ar rived In Cincinnati about midnight nod wero married at 230 A it spec a die patch Infaalllo curiosity and appetite came Oflamar rlage license Miss Emma J Harrison procured license to marry John M Wilkinson As bo was working the got the license herself Later she returned very much excited pad told the clerk the baby bad eaten the precious P JrantedClnolDnaU Mr Thomas C Ball and Miss Flor etco Wilder the pretty daughter of William Wilder were married at the byRooTbo brldo who Is only 10 years old Is d to bo a splendid young woman wed hoped that she will make our fri end Mr Ball a helpmeet In all the rd implies The groom is one of best business men Is a mer CltateBeeyery business transaction ho goes Into d If bo lives to be as old as his ends bopo ho will ho will bo one of Lincoln countys richest citizens After the marriage Mr and Mrs Ball drove StlAeaphawhile Mr Ball Is being heartily congratulated on the step be boa taken and to cap that be Is as happy as a big sunflower would be putting it mildly lonlterSomeJ Wesley Hughes of the West End called at this office and got the editor to goon his bond for a marriage copse We cheerfully escorted him to Count Clerk Coopers olllce where the necessary papers were procured That afternoon be and Miss MayCbrh moo a beautiful and popular young la dy of this place drove to tbo home of Rev J W IIa lq and were pronounced husband and wife Wesley asked us to keep the matter sub rosa and we pledged to do so as long as possible and did so Tho young married couple la now probably tbo happiest pair In all tho West End and while they are en ving their honeymoon wo too no rea n why the I J readers should bo Therercount than Mr Hughes while his wife Is id to be a most charming young wo moo It Saved His leg P A Danfortb 1niogtens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five data For Ulcers Wounds Pile it is guareTbo Rlverton 011 Co brought Inagusher In the Cooper field on the farm WayneAnthe roof of the derrick IaoIf you think of building or repairing wo AUkln410fbey led poplar Iidrolt floor hardwood colllagf casings hose or cornice boards andturnedllalhei white o ik fencing black gum oak- rc chestnut boxing Write for price I1UMPIIRBV I1ROS Hartwell Ky reUMBRELLAS liecovered and repaired and made almost ai good as now a small amount I can ramprepalrntrial RANK ATKIBS Stanfordi FOR RENTI liytymfieJ D OWSLEV To Tobacco Men I have abundant good tobacco land and three good tenant houses for rent pave farmIbtySpring 1903 Blue Grass Nurser- Ies laFruit and Ornamental TreesOrapeVlnes Fruits Rhubarb and gardeuStrawberry SONirStrawberry Plants For Salt strawberryareProlific Olen Mary Iluback Johnson Ear SampleClydexqland Cumberland Gandy Parker Earl at 40c per 100 at long as they last J L JOHNSON Klngsvllle Ky Hemp Seed For Sale I A limited amount of strictly nice clean cultivated Hemp teed of importation for vale price and term addreM BANK I1UD30N Lancaster Ky P r MYHAND Veterinary Surgeon IOffice SAnford Ky at J RBeaileys Livery Stable 5 2 f a a t t L i SHOSIt pays to buy GOOD SHOES They cost some more than cbiapdlie but GOOD SHOES wear well look well and are quallUuoVoassortment Tho following brands recommend oar shoe do partment as nothing else can do For Men and Boys Hanan A Son L Douglas Brown Shoe Cof Bnell Son s Mntcj Bros Excelsior Shoe Co For Women 8 Misses Queen 2n lliy Krohn Fechbeimer A Co and Uolfe Bros For children Star Shoe Co LET US SHOE YOU atsslapr Cummins S McClary SPRING GOODS mersra elt Coming in almost every day Ladies Shoes and Slippers liens Shoes Shirts and Hats have arrived Look at the STYLESand let us price them to you We are here to show them Terms Cash HJMRoberts NEW BLACK GOODS We have just placed on sale a very superior line of fine Black Goods desira ble for costumes and skirts The styles arc correct and the prices are right New Voiles Etamines Granites Panama and Basket Cloths Silkwavp Etamines Lon don Twines Mohairs and Secilians SILKS FOR WAISTS Plain and Changeable Taffetas Peau de Sale Silk Ginghams Oxfords c Black Taffetas in all widths 25 pieces new white wai tings See tho new ready towear skits in the 2d flo- orSEVERANCE SON OLIVER PLOWS i Full stock of Steel andIWood Beams and Kinds of REPAIRS fn W E PERKINS First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 orlgloallyestabllshedaa ofStanford InJS82rupted existence for 43 year It Is better transactIngbefore In its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Crab IKyOffIcers J S HOOKER PrestSJ J McRODERTS Ohr W II WEAREN Dk- prDirectors F geld Danville- S T lIarrl Stanford J S Rocker Stanford W P WaltouLnln u RcKuneyMS R Raugbman Stanford T P Stanford Ju Robinson hobble L II Daujthman Stanford W P Tate Stanford 1 J J4 THE NEW YORK STORE J1 make is the greatest purchasing opportunity ever known in thistointendmarked down Goods What weforthe look outBe will beon compelled Throw cost and value to the winds We will make prices so Iff country We will simply irresistible It is a SALE for the MASSES A sale you cant afford to miss If ou pass thisabsolutelyto buy The bargains will be SWEEPING REDUCTIONS havemostIn department will find that theyouto yourself every chance you are actually doing an injustice delight the most exacting buyer Remember the day SATURDAY MARCH 7 the great willPrices cut thatbeen BARGAIN made giving will commence You will be wise to get here early to make sure of securing the BEST worth 83 to 8350 at 6101 tic Dry Goods and American brands and all other Calicoes all grades Simpson brands at 41e peryard Bleached Cotton worth and Cc all RO at 4c Unbleached Cotton worth 5 C and 7c all so at 4c Outing Cloth worth 6 and Cc at 40 a yard Dress Linings at 31o a yard Worsted goods worth 20 and 25c all shades 15c Red table linen by the yard 15c wdith 20 and 25c4 Shirting cotton at He a yard Towels at Co a pair Bed ticking at 12c worth 15 and 20c a yard Straw ticking at 8c a yard Cottonado at 81o and 15c at 8icDcfilra dress goods worth 121c Puck worth 121 and 15c at 8jc Light Calicoes at 4c Dress Skirts worth 8115 Sl O- el25 at own price Ribbons and Laces your at 76c Ladles Woolen Capes worth 82 to 8350 all go at 75c Ladies go all at 8325 Ladles Underskirts worth plush capes worth 80 to 810 go 1 to 83 at 75c during this sale I The New York Store Stanford Ky I rTHE INTMR JOURNAL iR4erethe pottoffice at Stanford at umdclau UT- 7Ibnahecrusay Q4F dV8 11 PER YEAR CASH THE Joseph Price Infirmary is open all tho year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Hoard and ball be cash in advance weekly and monthly Profe slonal bills duo when services aro rendered and must b paid promptly Giboney Jeffries ivory Food Salo Stable Liberty Kyl Drummers Rigs ApeclaUy High Grade Done and Mutes bought Feed horses receive personal attention A0 M BOURNE Lancnstor Ky Offers hie services u uotoinrto the people ol Lincoln County He will please YOU both in work and price Write to him Tray lor J icy OEALIRS WHIsku Brandu Wines Beer Etc ICarpent DpotSTANFORD KY Prompt attention Nothing but the bee I drink sIr phone cr telegraph urlers receive cronpt attention Mrs Laura S Webb VlcePrewldrnt Woman DmOo crotieClubs of Aorlticrn Ohio ttl dreaded the change of life which wu fist approaching noticed Wine of Cardul and to try a bottle I experienced tome relief the flat month 10 I kept on taking It for three months and now I menstruate with no pain and shall take It off and on now until have passed the climax Female weakness disordered menses falling of the womb and ovarian do not wear off Theyfollow woman totbecbange not wait buttako Wine- of Cardui now and avoid the trou ble Wino of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman of any ago Wino of Cardui relieved Webb when she was in danger When come to the of life Mrs Webbs letter will mean moro to you than it does now But you may now avoid the suffering she endured Druggists of Wino of Coui bfIN FC h j PARKERSI HAIR DALSAM Ctauurs and bnntmcs Ux bait l a laxurUnl Never Falls to Ilrator Gray Hair to its YouUiful =Curt aoudeluut Anir To the Coal Consumer I Having bought out Ulpgtnt k 81ms the coal dealers we are now to furnish the people of Stanford and surrounding country the host brands of coal at the lowest market for cash Farmers we will take your bay and corn In exchange for coal at the market price We solicit your trade and guarantee tall weight for Orders at coal houseyour money phone or Boones livery stable No 80 Boone Dun v8ntS- TBNFORD KY J+ tcCbMY tTNDEBlAItEB EMBALmU And DoalearIn ttAnNESS SADDLER to Stanford Ky J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers IlJULKU 1H Furniture BlnttinjjsU gs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them call Prices right TAIUORD KENTDOKY DR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache KldneyaBladder IIcheDeanDlseasearavelDropy CURE aIlie has spent a lira time curing Just such coMsiisjours All coosuiutlons ree Eight months la bed heavy backache pain and soreuess across kidneys alto rocu matifTn Other remedies failed Dr Fen nora Kidney and Ilackacho Curo cured mo completely II SVATEItSllamtetNY- Drugglsts6Oetl Ask for Cook BookFree STVITUSDAHC Sure Ore Circular Dr lIDner rcdonlaNy 4 Ir Clothing tr Mens Cheviot Suits black and blue worth 85 at 2 O- Mens Heavy Weight Suits worth 85 and 87 all go at e O- Mens 89 and 812 Tailormade Suits at 8025 Our elli and 818 Salts will go during this sale at 8845 Youths Suits three pieces sizes 14 to 10 years at 8105 Boys Suits wortn 87 and 80 at 410 Cnlldrens Suits worth 81 and 82 for We Boys Knee Pants all sizes at 15c Mens Overcoats all shades and sizes worth 81 and 85 nt22o Boys Overcoats from 125 on up Mens Corduroy Pants light and dark shades worth 8175 toe250all go at 8130 Mens Jeans Pants at 45c Mens Every day pants wbrth 8150 and eli at 05c Mens Pants worth 82 and 8250 at 8135 Mens Pants worth 83 and 8350 at 82 4 Shoes Mens every day shoes at roc Mens extra heavy shoos worth 8150 to 82 all go at 8125 Mens high top shoes worth 82 to 8250 at 8150 There Is No Death There Is no death The stars go down To rleo upon some fairer chore And bright In Heavens jeweled crown They shine forovcrrnore Tbcro Is no death The dUlL we tread Shall change beneath the summer ebowcis The golden grain or mellow fruit Or rainbowtinted flowers The granite rocks dlsorganlzo To feed the hungry moss they beat The forest leaves drink daily life From out the viewless air There Is no death The loaves may fall The fiowera may fade and pass away They only waft through wintry hour The coming of the May There la no death An angel form Walks oer the earth with client tread He bears our beat beloved things away And then we call them dead lie leaves our hearts all desolate He plucks our fairest sweetest flow- eret Transplanted into bile they now Adorn Immortal bower The birdlike voice wboao joyous tone Made glad these scones of sin and strife Slog now an everlasting song Amid the tree of life And when bo sect a smile too bright Or heart ton pure for taint acd vice Te bears it to that world of light To dwell In Paradise Born unto that undying life They leave us but to come again With joy we welcome them tbo same Except In sin and pain And ever near ui though unseen The dear Immortal spirits tread For alt the boundless universe Is life there ls no dead George Plgg wbeen confined to his bed for come Urns with consumption died Monday He was born in Lincoln county Kentucky and came to TexaslD 1890 and since that time bad been a citizen of Anna Ho professed religion In 1000 and joined the Baptist burcb and bad since lived a Christian life When asked on hla death bed to bow be felt in regard to the future bo said I am ready tI He had been In bad health for over two yearn gradually growing worse having been confln ed to his room for the last three months Be was 28 years old at the time of hladeatb and hal miny friends who join In sympathy with the bereaved father and mother Anna Texas Journal r I Tragedy Averted 7 Jut in the nick of time ourlltlle boy was saved writes Jra Watkinsof Iless pagedadhad set in betides Doctors treated him but he grew woree every day At length we tried Dr Klngi New Discovery for tonsumptlcki and our darling was saved lIe is ndw sound and well Evcrybbdy ought to know its the only aura cure for cough colds nnd all lung diseases Guaranteed by all druggists Price 50o and Trial bottles free Grease spots can be removed from wall paper by rubbing gently wlh soft bread crumbs Pack the crumbs lightly In a small ball and work with a rotary motion If the stain la very obstinate spread with a pisus of potter oiay water and oxgallf dry and renew paste until the stain disappear Wipe down the walla with a clean old pillow ease tied over a broom March Wo mans Home Companion Fire at Portland Oe caused a toes of 1250000 IttMobltable Paid Archibald oow wo should have DO secrets from each other should we dearNo replied Mehltable alter e h bad assured hortelf that her moth was not listening in the next room Well thou be uldttdo please tell me just how old you are With pleasure said Mehltab lint Ant Archibald please toll mo Just bow much you got a week Archibald pondered Hli mind ran ahead Into the future Forglvfi me Mcbltable lie roo sponded It was noon of my builnc to askNew York Evening Sun More Riots Disturbance of strikers lire not nearlr at grave lea an individual disorder of the system Overwork loss of sleep ncrvo tension will be followed by utter collapse unless a tellable remedy Immediate employed Theres nothing 10 efficient to cure disorders of the Liver or Kdnoyi as Electric BlUer Its a wonderful tonic and all effective nervine and the greatc all around medicine for run down eye toms It dispels Nervousness liheum Ism and Neuralgia and expels Jfal11rla germs Only 50s and satisfaction guaranteed by alUrtrugglsla Two trains crashed together it recnup county and a conductor and brakeman were killed Capt Ed Porter Thompson former Superintendent of public Instruction It dead at Frankfo- rtSheriffs Sale For Taxes On Monday Mar 9th 1003 between the hours of 0 A1I and 4 P M at tho courthouse door in- Stanforll Lincoln county Ky I will expose to the highest bidder for cash In hand to pay the State and count taxes tho following property or 110 much thereof as may bo necessary to pay said taxes This list wilt bo published once a week for four weeks am the names will disappear as soon nil the tax and costs are paid Cost of advertising 82 When you call to pay our taxes ploaso bring along L percent on tho amount as well as the the amount duo and 2 for advertising sTANFOnuWIItr lartols August 20 acres 85 00 laugh Mrs Sum 136 acres 1 Joode Mrs M Blot 300 CRAB OHQHARD WH1TK Adams J T i lot 831 acres 3 75 Farris Geo P 4 2- 1lolmos Mrs D V lot 2 45 Johnson Mrs Nannie 48 acres C IIDSTONVILLB WHITC flee Mrs hello 1 aero 10 Tustor Mrs A lot 1 65 jauek Frederick 100 acres 1 00- lIClTOIIILLECOLORED Green Goodo Hrs 42 acres 1 7t Grates Scott lot 75 IcRoberts Harrison lot 1 WAYHESIlDRa WHITE Aker J W 12 acres 2 OS AileD W M 40 acres 3 lastln S B 155 acres 4 Iresslcr Anda32 acro 2 60 Britton Jim 10 nerds 1 lethridge Marie 15 acres 1 80 Florence J E Jr CO auras 2 IS- Irlftln J M 22 acres 2 iriflln Jno W 10 acres 2 05 Harris Jno W 67 acros 4 2- Helth J M 5 acres 1 75 Jloguo G A 100 aores 3 70 Hughes Andrew 85 acres 3 85 jffroya Mrs M A aoics 1 10 Robertson W G 10 acres 1 85 Robinson J M 2 acres 1 75 Routen Pleasant 42 aores 2 85 Singleton 0 W 20 acres 1 05- ongor Ernst 100 acres 2 C- Orillard Joseph 230 acres 7 05 M S Batighnian S L C n Mens high top shoos Mens fine shoes viol kid box calf worth 83 8350 81 all at 8103 Ladles heavy winter shoos worth 8123 and 8160 at OSc Ladles fine shoes worth 8175 and 82 at 8125 Ladles line shoes worth 8250 and 83 at 2rLadles fine shoos worth 8150 at DOe Childrens shoes sizes 8 to 12 winter weights worth 812 at 7f c r Gents Furnishing Goods 230 dozen Mens Heavy Fleeced Lined Underwear worth COo and Trio a garment In this sale go at 25c Mens Quo shirts worth 50 and 75o at 400 Mens Hosiery black and tan worth 15c for 7Jo Mens Handkerchiefs 2 for 60- Mens f Neckwear worth 50 and 76c all go at 20o Trunks and Nallscs at your own price Mens Gloves from 20o on up Remember the place Tho Now York Store noxt door to tho LIncolnI County National Hank Stanford Ky u LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK SJflOOOO Directors J D Iaxton 3 D Owtlty It Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Gutter Boom Tho farmers hank SjTrust Company and under same management continuously fur M years Wt SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT loping such tmilndM relations will prove mutually beneficial PITMAN CONCERT CO Waltons Opera House Wednesday Evening March 11th r Control 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trrtt Stanford rooms good clitern etc Colt 11000as acres nor Hmlontlll dwelling of tlht rooms hall TettnU elo tenant bout stock Duo Urge tobucco barn and other outbuIldings CUtern and Rood well In the trd and waKrlneferr Beldon the placo Farm cut in wren fields and Ant elau land No 5JA Um of two acres nine dvrlllnc lour coons good stork ben and all nrretssrr out bulldlns Fencing rood well watered cut la lYe lelds w arm In cu llvatloe rest In blue gnu Las than half mile Iroin lurplk We olfn tbl place for only J80 per acr- eNeallfouwof flee gnoil room and tour acres of at MU halem Ky lllgbt on turnpike rellwttrred fencing a d allbuidlngs la pair Unimproved land adjoining this for tX per acre We sell Ibli house tor 1rW or nehangoe property In bunlord or McKluney Ky This place Is within a stones throw of cuurcacn mchools storey otrINo U M3 or excbaoge 11111 nrccsMry Improvements well watered 4c Will be told at a bargain ill roFn of IW acres situated near Kings lilt Ky srrrs In cultiratlon In tiroberrmt Jo grass well watered two barns and other OUlbull lpgl good repair i wIInl evmlrtlllu- new h e hla arda ul three ehurche sob colpa bake aed CN depot Property lies on county road and Is must elrable Cite In that section W will sell the whole farm for U 400 or la of not less than urea 1- 0ultpunbufr TblluertaDly cheap property No 63rm of 79 terra near Wayneaburg DIIoltlcood barntc Well watered leoclhlll In good repair 11000 land In rood and 00 llood roa Price f 700INo SI A dvelllns arm of 300 tl 1olldlop each house bun etc about the center All on county rood yt wile from cburcb tcbool and postofflcf Lnriwell and well watered This Is t good tobscco farm and would mutt two or then fmlllce that mUht want to Jrom the tun nelghUorbood 1rlce COII Officers e n SHANKS President J n OWSLEV CashierI JWAus Ooahlet bDdttlttryetlU leeg u the S W L t In tb justutstdeetseoao ahem d Tilt NAeg Ii I plea rtlIrTillandIU bew at I twskI- No SotA fares o arras la Oeaa1 Ky e f Oeudooahalf 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