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T SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL ll I b- r VOL XXXI STANFORD K V FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5 19048 A M NO 97 IIGOSHEN j There la somo snnpfatnt of grip In 0 this vicinity James Doltzolaw lot his only horse I few days ago Wo ayrayaibHo with him O O Anderton killed a largo red fox that bad a habit of staying among bit IbeopIj Miss Ellen Scott ant Miss Nannie Smith here boon vlfltlne Mist Salllo Smith I Mlii Annie Holtzclaw will boeln a lolconcboolalhur Uiboraoo GllbartoI p Creek 1000Ifarmer have been plowing tbutowlar to tbo weather bavo made prO reinI Sbeep owners In this vicinity report many young samba and scarcely aa1I loot on account of tbe bad weather f JO Atklni li preparing to put In II I taw mill at Joito Traylorc mill Oe will utilize tbe water power to ruo It Ooibcn Tlclnlty bat had fewer pod dlera and agents this winter than over i before Not a aDO has shown up a lor several mODtblIMrs H C Anderson thinks she has I gold mine In her chickens She of too ceta throe dozen eggs t day Can 4O anybody beat that for this time of yearv i Alvenoa wants to Im 1morahae blmolf lot him pus an act y making It a heavy penalty to shlva I tee young married couples and scare J bridegroom and preacher nearly to death The writer was never ablo to i tee Just where the fun cornea in A tow dye since SId Soward white i and Nick Parks colored amused them selves by shooting at Gabe Rlkln with a 22 rifle one shot taking effect In the- M rfleshy part of the thigh The wound I painful Is not dangerous so we are informed Bowater we beg to In form the public that Goiben people do not Indulge In such sport often HOW HYOMEI HELPS THE HEALTHIKills Tho Germs OfGrip Catarrh t And Colds Costs NothIa Ing If It Falls Says G LPonnytNow that Hyomo can be obtained InI nearly every town and city In the coun t try It Is poiulblo to buy from druggists aI health giving climate to be carried In tboI rune or rocket By breathing It a minutes four times a day you can soon cure grip coughs colds and oven tbeI wont and most chronic asset of catarrh Mr Penny having Btca BO many re i niarksbo cutea made by the Hromsl treatment that hs tells It with the IQAII the agreement to return the money ItI 1 fate to curef A complete outfit costs but fl sad oonI sits of tbe pocket inhaler medicine drop per and tufUcIent Uyomel to last several a weeksIt a euro In the wont catarrhal troubles and If breathed at the coin monoement of a cold or the grip will t check It quickly and prevent sickness r Extra bottles of Hyomel can be obtained for Oc- Wfcrn breathed through the inhalers tho gennldlllniland health giving Uyo mlROC to the most emote cells of the thioat and lungs killing all the catarrhal germs soothing the irritated mucous membrane and vitalizing tbe blood with ozone At this season of the year every one should have a HyoracJ outfit to prevent and cure catarrhal troubles and ward off attacks of grip pneumonia and similar germ dtwasei ULAND STOCK CROPS ETC W O Whitney owned over 8300000 worth of runners brood mares and stallions FOR SALtsFine Darrod Plymouth I Rook Cockrells Only have a few Hu libertCarpenter Stanford 2t O Arnold bought of 8 A Moore a yoke of Jersey oxen for 190 This Is y probably the ogly yoko of Jersey oxen I In this section Advocate Pair of good work mules an A 1 4 year old horse and a 3yearold mare for sale at a bargain If sold at once J M Reynolds Wayneiburjr KyaFoil SALE 300 bushels seed oats p from Northern send clean and super lor quality 100 bushels pure home grown blue grass seed A W Carpen teraGeorge Kctcbam owner of Creiccus announces tbat ho has sold to Louis Welnans of Brighton England The Uangran full brother to Creaceus for 123000Joo Jordan will be at Liberty on Thursday Fob 11 and at Huatonvllle Friday Feb 12 to buy horses and mules Havo your stock In town on the above dates 2t Henry fleeter sold to a Wayne coun i ty buyer his tine pair of horse mules for Il25t The same party bought a parrot Ihrco year old mules from Fox Sr Logan for 1325 W D Hunter agent of the Department i of Agriculture In charge of the cotton boll Investigation says k there Is not tbe remotest probability that the weevil will bo exterminated F GEN GORDON Noxt to Stonewall Jackson Tho Confederates Lovodr Him Next lo Stonewall Jackson perhaps lien John 0 Gordon was the mutt picturesque general In tbo Coo federate army He was handsome and briCve and dashing rode superb horses In short he looked like tbo man bo was and tbo soldiers loved to plunge Into danger where Gordon led When tbo first sharp rifle crack of the civil war rang out young Gordon was engaged In the mining business In the mountains of Nortbern Alabama Out the waves of patriotic enthusiasm swept even to these mountain fastness and tbo depths of the gloomy mines swept there and carried Gen Gordon wltb it- The mountaineer la the country round tbo mines took rifles In their sin owey bands and formed a company so leoted the dark haired handsome John 0 Gordon at tbolr captain andwith him at their head marched out to the front at a part of the Sixth Albama Regiment And tbo Sixth Alabama with Capt Gordon and his Raccoon Rough It for so the company was call cd soon found the path to Qghting Months went by and Cap Gordon for bravery and other soldierly qualities becamo Major Gordon and then colonel of the regiment Just before the fighting In Pennsyl vania bo was made major general and assumed command of Gordons Georgia brigade which ho led to battle for tbo first time In recapturing Mayres BIll before Fredcrlcltburjr from a jiorde tof Federal troops who occupied the po sitionAi that time Captain W U better known as Rip Harrison was ill In tbo hospital but as soon M word reach ed him that tbe campaign wai opened be rejoined his regiment the 3lsl Georgia a part of Gordon a brigade The day be returned he asked same men of his company how they liked their now general You ought to see him ride a horse said one He sits his mount like a veteran cavalry general Why Job Stewart blmielf cant boat him riding tI And then another said Hes one of the baodeomost moo I ever saw his face Is glorious II And then another said He has the greatest voice I over beard Why captain bo took the whore brigade out and drilled us one day and every man lo tbe whole line could bear him call Forward The word wooL boom log across the country Ike a cannon shot And then another said Hes got a big warm tender heart In his breast e And then still another said By the man that wont follow Gordon wont fight at all Hen the Quest leader that ever ordered a charge When General Gordon first rode In to the line of the brigade tbat later took his name ho saw two men astride a wooden pole while a guard Y934tUp and dpwo near by What ore those fellows on that pole for demanded the now general Some one told him the pair wore cuiI price courtmarshaled for shooting ammunition at tqulrrcla In camp and now being punished for this infraction of commands The general waited to bear no more but sat down aud wrote an or tar directing the cotoac cf the regi ment to which the two belonged to release them both at once That was the very first order John B Gordon ever wrote as a brigadier general and the story spreading through tbe brig ado like wildOre made blm an Idol from that moment on That Is why they called him kind hearted that Is when they ur spoke of him In that wayAtlanta Constitu tion Tboro Is neither excuse justifica lion for the proposed redistricting of the judicial district of which Judge Riddell Is tht circuit judge Tbe fact as stated by our Frankfort Jcglslatlvo correspondent tbat Judge Jim Bar ls is active to secure legislative enact ment to take bloody Brcatbltt out of the jurisdiction of Judge Riddell Is proof presumptive that Breathllt coun tp will be bettered by leaving it where it is Louisville Times How como all do angel In do pIc- ture books Is women asked tbe lay member Qont pear ter be no men at all In heaven I 1 Hit may bo replied Brother DIck- ey dat do men goes do yuther way tor git peace 1 What Are They- ChatuberlainwStomachand Liver Tab lets A new remedy for stomach trou bles biliousness anil constipation and good ooo Price 25 cents For silo by W N Craig z1 It It estimated tbat there are 1200 tunnels In tbe world of something like- a total of ODO miles a NEWS NOTES A nephew of Plerpont Morgan mar a Japanese woman Septicaemia was the Immediate cause of Wm O Whitney death John W Butte one of the wealthiest farmers of Carroll county Is dead M 8 Otero the wealthiest man in 1 New Mexico is dead at Albuquerque Fire destroyed tbo floe new building of the Adams Ex press Company at Ashland Theodore Polo rod the museum freak known as Joji the dog faeed boy is deadPaul Stern a Germtn army odicer committed suicide at San Antonio Texas The handsome 811000 city school building at Georgetown was destroyed by fire It Is believed at Paris tbat Russias answer to Japan will be such as to avoid war a Tbo death of a woman at Springfield Mass Is believed to have been caused by tight lacing The Incorporation record in Ken Lucky for January Is 71 companies with capital stock of 1409600 John D Rockefeller bits tendered bis resignation as a director of the United States Stool Corporation Five children of Peter Chrlsllaniion a were burned to death In a Ore which destroyed their home at Council Bluffs IowaW W Rowlett familiarly known as of Buck Rowlolt editor of the New Era at Lagrange was stricken with paralysisTwo wore burned to death lo the L k N pumping station at Bowling Green There are some Indication of foul play George Rose confessed embezzling cashier of the Produce Exchange Bank of Cleveland 0 was sentenced to 10 years Imprisonment John Bowman tried at Callcttsburg as an accomplice In the shooting of lion Mordcoal YVtlllami was given a life sentence In tbo penitentiary this being his fifth sentence A woman at Seattle Wash over come by curiosity secreted herself aDdu witnessed the Installation of her bus band Into a lodge of Elks Following a dispute over a settle moot of II Ben Anderson a farmer A killed Jarvey Hall Jr his brotherin law ou Boozes Fork Creek near May kingIn the suit against a fraternal Insur ance organization for a policy of 11000 the court of appeals decided that tbe suicide clause does not applr where the Insured was shown to be Insane when be killed blmelfcWilliam C Whitney former secre tary of the navy died at xhls home In NowYork He died while under the Influence of ether which bad been administered by his physician preparatory to a second operation for appendicitis Mr Whitney was taken 111 Fri day night JiUBtfLE T C Rankle Is the first one to begin plowing for his corn crop Elder F M Tinder will fill his appointment at the Christian church Sun day afternoon- L P Weaver found one of his IboepI dressed and ready for use a few morn lolls ago butall was gone except the bead and bide G A Swloobroad sold 100 hogs to Danville parties at 4c L C King sold souse corn to John Robinson at f2 40 at the crib and some to G AI Swlnebroad at f2 60 delivered Miss iJirs Rankin of Somerset Is with relatives hero Mrs J C Robinson li visiting her mother In Danville Mrs J W Anderson is on the IckI list Mr Thomas Wood U wltb hIs son George Wood Lost lost with a muddy appearance and a Roman nosea family horse 12 hands high aud 13 years old with bURI gy attached was seen near Hubble when all disappeared under the mudI on the Stanford pike whoa the driver having long whiskers inquired how farI It was to the Rush Branch pike No more was seen of thorn till tbo buggy and man showed up near the Christian church on tbe hill Something WISI thought to be seen next day under tboI slop and mud going In the direction ofI Stanford Inquiring for the Lincoln county road committee Any Informa tion oa tbe matter will bo much agpreI clated and liberally rewarded May our county road board all hang togeth er and the sooner tbe bettor that we may bave bettor roads Another CaseRheumatism Cured by Chamberlains Pain Balm The efficacy of Chamberlains Pain isbelDgLGrigeby Va says that Chamberlains Pain Balm gave him permanent relief from rheumatism la the back when every thing else failed and he would not be without it For sale by W N Craig HUSTONVILLE O T Bobon lain PuUikl buying a car load of mules Misses Julia Slagg aod Doll Cabbell are vlilllng friends In Lexington Miss E4oa Biugbmao entertained quite a coterie of friends on Thursday M from 2 to 5 at A M Frye cut a IIlncbJfarm and after a dogs finally ucclled that weighed 17 pound Weatherford S Mvers business house will oe ready for occupancy next week They have bought their stock and will be ready for business by tbe last of tbe week Miss Sarh Curtis baa bought tbe toll gate house on the Stanford pike from Mrs Bottle Carpenter of Nashville through W R Williams our real estate agent Emmett McCormack sold Joe Jordan good plug horse for 1100 Will Pipes sold blm ono for 1125 and Pipes Brfts sold him a mule for 1125 Jordan will return hero on the 12ib and wants a car of mules and horses According to tbo Mlddleburg correspondent lam selling dry goods as aside line and if some of tbo other merchants would do as one bat I will gladly stay In the dry goods business for whlln at least D M Llpps Miss Lula Woodsoo tbe beloved nelce of Judge and Mrs Wm Myers died oa Tuesday morning at the home Mr Caie Brown near Junction City and was burled on Wednesday at tbe old family cemetery In Casey county Rev W W Bruce will preach here again next Sunday and will continue his services wltb tho Presbyterian church here twice a month during tbe year Ho delivered an exceptionally Interesting sermon bore last Sunday The several executions recently issued from our city court against tbe Metropolitan Life losurance Co of Now York and In favor of local policyholders have been replevied and the money will be paid them In due season The capacity of the Chas Wheeler Emporium Js to be doubled and otherwise modernized tbe coming week An to tbemlnuto shoo department without cumbersome counters but with the late fixtures for customers convenience and comfort while being fitted special clothing room as well as anew for carpets mattings tapestries aod bouse furnishings complete See his ad II later for full particulars A recent communication from Dan villa to the Louisville Times announc lag Howard Camoltzs contractto pitch tbo coming reason for Pittsburg the cbamploos claims that Howard Is a Danville development It Is a fact that when outclassed Danville If possible bad Howard pull them through but it Howards success Is due to anything aside from hIs Innate skill anti Indom itable get upand getthere it is ab surd arrogance for Danville to claim the cridlt Camnltz la altogether a Hustonvllle phenomenon and tbat any otourprldojbould be shared with the town near Burgle la merely a pipe- dream a baseless fabrication Tbe town lies about 12 miles north of here and can bu reached from Atoka Faulk ocr Markabury Hedgevllle and other boraellaodPREACHERSVILLE Tbe Masons had a called meeting Saturday night and also wilt meet Saturday night next There was no Sunday school at tbe Methodist church Sunday as both pu pile and teachers ware Indisposed bad colds and grip being tbe order of the day Mrs A J Thompson Is convalescent J L Kennedy Is Improving as Is also Mr Gao King Rev Jordan little boy who has been very sick of pneumonia In some better Rev Jasper Livingston was with Mr and Mrs J C Horton Sunday afternoon Mr John Rout was with Mr and Mrs Jonah Maraee Mrs John B Anderson visited John Naylor We are told on good authority tbat Mr Stewart a tobacco grower lying mile west of this place has a twist of tobacco over three feet In length This twist holds the record so far as we know By all means this twist should be In Kentuckys exhibit at tbe worlds fair It was grown on the farm of Mr Jobn Smith The ground bog bad two good chanc es to see his shadow last Tuesday Ware almost certain to bave six weeks of bad weather If we are the middle of April getting It although good rule fall sometimes As to the ground hog as a weather prophet then we have none this year as Mr P E Parrlsh killed the only ono left In this neck of the woods inJanuary C C Greenwell a weil known cltl EM of Owenaboro committed sufoi- dbythrowlag c falmielt under tbe wheel of a Btndortoa routetralat 9 WALTONS OPERA HOUSEONE NIGBT ONLY 1IFRIENDr FROM STAGED WITH- mAU1IPUI SCENEUY AllSU1 ARKANSAW 11 An Interesting Story of Human Nature Full of Humor und Dramatic Sensations Lots of Good J JjMobwoods Sheriff PRICES 25c 35c 50f510for your choice of any Winter Suit or 1ftOvercoat in the house offering the remnants of the ISf best stock of Clothing we evref brought to Danville and therepare big i ttit bargains for those that come at on e- iI t This price is cashnone of good charged thesel DanvilleH Ku iHow to Save FU E L COLES IBrloflybuy It cuts the fuel bill in two because it burns tho gu arising from burning coal Gas ROM via the chimney In other stoves COLES HOT BLAST really makes 300 eoft coal work like 900bbard coal Come in and see that smokeless feed door voa away with dust dirt and emote in the house Our cuttlery has a great reputation in this neighborhood because while our price are cheap the goods are not at ssesr essrtab HigginsMKinney Sole Agents- STANFORD KENTUCKY Sdll Next summer when the water works water gets bad you will wish that you had had that old leaky gutter made new It will= bo too late when the summer drouth sets in IJ nm agent for the HASELDEN PATENT FILTER the Best Neatest nnd Cheapest Filter on the market they nro in several States in the Union with hundreds of them in Garrard county its home Call and examine the Cincinnati Bucket Pump Buckeye Force Pump Cast Iron Cistern Tops the best thing made for cisterns Handmade Tinware to order Estimates made on Rooting Guttering Pumping Furnace and Sheet Mobil Work N JsJ S HALDRIDCE1Depot Start in the New Year Right By Trading With W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD e I f rHE INTERIOR JOURNAL E Co WALTON I THOMAS D NEWLAND SR It candlittt for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject lo ttt action of the democratiC poly GEO W DE BORD It ctiuUat for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic part- yt T JEFF HILL SR faa candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject totht action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN b candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tas action of the democratic party DINK FARMER t Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to a tae action of the Democratic parry JAMES c HAYS IfW ands for Jailer subject to the action of the WIHERRIN U candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the 4ocratlc party SAMUEL M OWENS ha Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec- tS tile action of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT I b a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to the of the demo I ask party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools ot Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo cratic party r HON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is a candidate for In the Benin district to succeed Hon G G Gilbert sub jed to the action of the Democratic party Your sup l1 ronIs earnestly solicited OLLIE JAMES took a crack at creation la bti maiden speech In Congress aid the way be went for Roosevelt Odell and Darbln was a caution He 1 accused tbo latter of barborln Assassin f Taylor and said that the other two bad done all In tbelr power to protect t Taylor and prevent justice being meted out to him Said hoIIIf Roosevelt I wanti closer extradition treaties with foreign countries why baa be allowed a murderer to rest under the American flag In one of the Siatea of the Union Roosevelt ear Let UI go acroai the i ocean after violators of the awl I eay thundered Mr James let ui cross the Ohio river and bring back a murderer who la wanted by the officers of the law of Kentucky Does this man mean to say that a men wbo murders a demoorat shall not be tried Mr ttJames Odell was the muter of the Presidents political fortunes la New I York and that Durbln was wined and t dined at the White House whenever I to Washington Mr Jamesi Ilbecame It remained for Rooe- evehjaDe out of 45 governors to otter pro R i I to Taylor and that be bad on those who Indorsed assassina pih done I fATHIIannouncement of Judge lame I of Scott county appears I elsewhere Ho asks the democrats ot w this Fifth appellate district to make him their standard bearer and no one will deny bis ability to fill the high of lice In the event of his nomination and iselection He has served aa circuit f Judge of bis district for many years and some of the most Important trials the State has ever had bave been In trhtecourt The majority of us are con versant hb them and can measure his ability and fitness for tbe office be I tleeklby the manner In which be con ldutedthem l rIJlP ESSlVE memorial services in ii honor of William Goebel were held at Frankfort Wednesday by the General f Assembly at which Wm J Dryan was r a guest of honor At 11 oclock ser t vices were held In tbe House and eulo i glee pronounced by Senators Bootee I Hlokman andFarrls and Representa Bourne and Spalding In tho at over 1000 people visited tbe Iltlvea of Gov Goebel At night the were concluded by a speech Bryan In tbe opera house to a IIcrowd He was Introduced by Gov Beckbam t THE CourierJournal teems to take i especial delight In saying that tbe race I for appellate judge In this district la andJpole la reached that great paper as iteras tbe two gentlemen above men I will be well aware of the fact- I i that It Is a three cornered race with Judge M C Sbufler of this place an oddson favorite POLITICALtSenator Gor lIIa8 say not given a formal decision the chances are that ho theIIToe Senate passed tbe extending r the term of State Librarian from two to lour years and Increasing the salary I from IJjOOO to 11200 It also peeved the bill allowing tho Attorney General two assistants f If the Caudlll bill to prohibit horse trading within a mile of a church Is passed some of tbe gentleman coo stituents are not likely ever to come within sound of the gospel remarks r thf Louisville Tlraei I t t r t f +rour r si sdfr trto Gov Taft took the oath aa secretary of war Mr Root returned to Now YorKThe democrats In tbe Maryland Leg Ulature have agreed upon Istdor Bay nor for United States Senator and be will be elected lo Washington It Is believed the Louisville Pension Agency contest has narrowed down to A T Wood of Mt Sterling Irwin of Louisville and Judge Morrow of Somerset By a vote of 47 to 42 republicans voting on themajority side tne Hones postponed Indefinitely consideration of the HeQin bill to require educational qualification for suffrage This Is tan tamount to killing tbe bill During tbe consideration by tbe House Judicial Committee of the reso lution to make a now judicial district In Kenton county Arthur Goebel bit terly denounced Harvey Myers whom he called a scoundrel and a liar Committee on Education No 1 of the Bouse unanimously decided to report favorably the bill prohibiting the coeducation of race In Kentucky Tbe committee heard statements from per sons advocating tbe bill and also from President Frost of Berea College which Institution will be affected by the passage of the measure LANCASTER At the Christian church Sunday eve nlng at 7 oclock the members will ob serve Ebdcayor Day In an open set sloe service All arc cordially Invited Miss Auto Markebury entertained at cards Thursday evening During tbi evening refreshments were served and all enjoyed the hospitality of the hot teas Mr Alex Simpson long a resident of this county died near Buckeye Mon dao He had spent much of his early life In the West and had acquired con siderable estate lIe leaves two stolen and a brother The reverie party given by tbe CbriitUn Eodeaver members Satnrdaj evening at tbe Christian church w III- a succes A large crowd attended and the refreshments were delicious An entertaining feature was the guessing contest on books of the Bible Mrs George Farrls and daughter Miss Louise have returned from a visit to Senator Farris In Frankfort Mrs Henry O Faulcocer and children ol Hlll iboro 0 an with her parents Mr and Mrs W B Mason Mrs Jacob Joseph and daughter have returned from a visit to her parents at Ea ton O- Tbe Lancaster Athletic Club bal ranted the grounds back of tbo college campus and will begin work on them soon In order that they be In perfect condition for spring From the pres ont indications Lancasters team will be even stronger this season than ever and If tbe much talked of Blue Grass League la formed we will bave a good chance of winning tbe pennaut Prof J E Mannlx superintendent of the Graded School is having some Interesting work prepared for tbe St Louts Fair made by pupil of tbe school On blocks of wood cut from large tree on the Farra place he li having made a map of Garrard county and one of Kentucky Little Miss Shelby Mason wlli draw tbe maps and John Arnold will carve tbe wood Mrs Ellen Cook and children bave gone to Hendersonville N 0 to spend the remainder of the winter Mite An- ile Klnnalrd entertained In honor of the UE HClub Friday evening The reception was delightful in every way Tbe guests were highly entertained the refreshments delicious acd the occasion added one more to the long list of Miss Klonalrda charming entertainments HERE AND THERE A 14 year old boy was arrested In Ohio county on tbe charge of forgery Two firemen word killed and four stores burned In Kooxvllle The loss is placed at 1370000 Seven persons were killed as the result of a wreck on the Intercolonial road near Halifax N S The drop in the price of cotton on tho New York Exchange Is attributed to the dissolution of tbe Sully pool Railroad trattio in Northern Indiana Is seriously hampered by snow tbe Srlfta In some places being as high aa tbe tops of coaches Richard Mullen now in a Virginia jail has confessed that be killed Thom as Carlisle at Catlettsbur In 1887 thus clearing up a mysterious murder A woman cashier la a Chicago rea taurant bravely fought off a thief and prevented him from securing 1200 of the restaurants money He succeeded la securing 190 however College professors In Germany will never become rich because of tbelr generous salaries In that country 101 of them get 1250 a year or leas 87 less than 9400 70 as much aa tSOO a year The Kirby Lumber Company sod the Houston 011 Company two of the larg est corporations In Texas have been placed in tbe bands of temporary re ceivers by tbe Federal court at New Orleans George C Campbell the son of the late Tom Campbell who died as tbe result of his trip In the South seas has been arrested on complaint of the skip per of his yacht who alleges that Campbell caused hit arrest on a false barge of satiny s + r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Wm B Shears tiged74 Is dead In Danville Mrs Buskins of Bell county was frightfully burned by the explosion of a glass fruit can of bulling liquid over which she was bending The residence of Mr Joe Rode six miles from Danville burned to tbe ground with most ot Its contents amounting to about 18000 Ed Cross one of tbo men charged with the killing of his cousin Nat Cross In Marlon was acquitted In the circuit court on peremptory Instruc tions The barn of T S Dant of Dams Station Marlon county was burned with 17 mules yalued at tOO each ono floe mare end colt Tbe barn was Insured for 1212 end the lose Is about 13 000 unstable Mat Helton and his depu ty Frank Helton shot and killed Tom and Daye Fletcher and wounded Will Brock at Wilton Knox county aa the result of the arrest of Dave Fletcher on an old caolas The Heltons have tied and excitement Is high J M Early who appeared before the Rouse Committee at Frankfort in ad vocacy of the Day bill prohibiting coeducation of tbe race wbion will af feet Berea College was hanged In ef figy at Bores by a crowd of Negro and white friends ol tbe Institution Rev Clavborne Martin the Negro evangelist who has been creating much excitement and curiosity In Dan vlllo this winter by appearing on tbe streets In the coldest weather without bat or shoes was before tbe grand jury sad falling to give a good account of himself was ordered to leave tbe city and was given Ore days to pack his trunk Advocate To The Voters of the Fifth Appellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of tbe Court of Appeals from this district subject to tbe action of the democratic party As circuit judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become a part of tbe States history and at a mot critical time Aa judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In force tbo provisions of the new constitution as well as to construe tbe present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to Its proper con struction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and tbe exercise of franchises under tbe law How wolf I have discharged my duties under sucb Irving circumstances Is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure tbe high position and office tb which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL Better Than Gold I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debili ty writes F J Nrceo of Lancaster N II No remedy helped me until I began using Elrctrio Hitters which did me more good than all the medicine I ever used They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years She says Electric Bit ters are just splendid for female troubles that they are a grand tonic and In- VigorAtor for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place in lour family Try them Only 50c Rat Ufactlon guaranteed by Penny Drug Store J Tibet the root of the world Is a ibleland three times aa large aa FtaDCo MBS CECELIA STOWf Orator Entro Now Club 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1902 For nearly four years I Buffered from ovarian troubles The doctor insisted on an operation aa the only way to get strongly objected to an operation l disheartened aa well aa I for homo with a sick woman ia disconsolate at beet A friendly druggist advised him to get a of Cardui for mo to try and he did so- Ibegantoimproveinafewdapc and my recovery was very eighteen weeks I was another WLO Mrs Slowo letter shows woman how a home ia saddened by completelyWino floes and brings health and happi ness again Do not on suffer to your druggist today and secure a Wine of Cardui e WlNetCIRIIUJ + r UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and mado almost ai good aa new a amount I can your umbrella batter than the tramp lOX and for tens money Olve mo a PRAM Arxu t Stanford YOUR FRIEND WANTSIONE OF Elrods UptodatePH- OTOGRAPH GALLERY Is Now Open at Crab Orchard Ky Everything in the Picture line FIRST LASS and Upto date Button Medal lion end Minatures In Plated and Solid Gold Fiames and Brooches Just to In traduce our work0 genuine Platinum Photos ter 95 cents Superior Cabinet site 260 to 500 per dozen Expert Photo rpbere of Rabies and Children You are invited to call nod examine outwork Everything finiabe by the I maneet PInlno Process We are located upstairs over the Poatoftlce Crab Or chard Ky FOR a8nowr TUlle ONLY Sheriffs Sale For Taxes On Monday Feb 8th i 1004 county court day I will bvtircen the hours of 0 A M and 4 p M in front of the courthouse door In Stan ford soil at public outcry the follow ing lists for 1003 taxes As fast as payments arc mado the names disap pear The amoupt sot opposite each namo inoludo 0 per cent penalty add I ed on Dec 1 1003 and cost of adver tising 21 STANFORD WHITB Dawes C L 25 acres 3 85 Hague John A Jr ono aero 3 05 Uubbard W A lot 6 G- OLeasuro Wm 14 acres 2 80 Lack 100 auras 3 00 McCarloy Mrs E J 2 25 Martin T D Sr town lot 4 00 Offerman John 121 aares 4 45 Ralney J U 80 antes 26 70 Scarbrough John CO acres 3 70 Stone David E 180 acres 4 76 STANlOnlcoLORHD Bailey Thos 411 acres f fi 40 Carr Harriett 14 acres 3 00 Carr Anderson 2 town lots 15 20 Grlgsby Jim Henry 11 acres 3 76 Hayden Tim H acres 5 CO lays Will lot 416 Hays Fred 5 acres 3 80 Helm Ham h John 30 acres 3 00 HIggins Squire 1 acre 4 30 Sill Wyatt 1 aura 2 40 Jones Belle lot 3 55 Lackey Wm lot 7 25 McMullen Joe Logan 24 aero 3 80 Rout Dick S S II 30 acres 210 Rout Richard t acre 6 20 Rout Sam II i acre 3 05 3mith Allen Jr 1 acre 0004 10 Smith Dab 2 acres 4 CO Wade Annie 25 acres 2 55 Woods Shelby 4 acres 3 00 CRAB OUOHARD WHITE nderson A J 8 acres e 3 85 Bartells John 30 acres 3 00 Zhappcll Mrs Mettle 22 acres 3 00 Daugherty Dan 70 acres 2 05 Dowcll Sim 350 acres 7 05 laggard Hrs 80 acres 2 85 Fohnson Mrs Mary 107 acres 4 00 Laswell John 80 acresf 4 CO Leach Wm 25 acres 4 10 Lewis 0 P 100 acres 5 15 Menzer Farugott 15 acres 3 00 McFndden Marion 40 acres 7 C- OankaWra 22 acres 7 CO Smith Joseph L 18 acres 3 70 rurnbull W C 80 acres 0 10 Wren Stephen CO acres 4 15 CRAG OnOHAIlD COUmto Smith JJI 2 acres 2 50 WAYNBSnUUOfWIHTK I Leer J W 121 acres e 3 j5 Dan heirs 85 acres 8 001 Bastin SamM 15 acres 5 15 tlastln James 24 acres 2 tracts 5 55 Bastin Geo W 25 acres 5 03 laugh H P 22 acres 405 laugh Silas 22 acres 4 30 Crown S C 15 acres ft 10 Byrd Joseph CO acres C 15 Byrd John 20 acres 3 75 Sash fi McCormack lot 3 25 Hoffman W D 200 acres 12 30 Cravens Will 150 acres 3 50 Dally T W S Co 10 acres 2 80 Dalgh J II 122 acresbal 5 00 Detheridgo Movil 15 acres 4 15 Dye Wm D 63 acres 6 50 Falk Geo L1101 acres 4 50 aulkner E P PO acres 5 Floyd J B 1 acre 3 05 I Florence J D Sr 00 acres 4 80 3oouh Wm 10 acres 4 40 3ooch John W Jr 67J acres 7 55 Harris J S 15 acres 3 00 Lawson J W 05 acres bn1 fi 60I Fabez K 120 acres 0 I Fohnson S M 35 acres 4 30 j Kenrel Ed W 510 acres 716 t t- hoII LEADERI a IIWe hove decided to remain in Stanford mid have moved to tho Inrgo store room formerly oc ill copied by Severance Son in the Opera louse YJ Block Our lines will bo enlarged anti I NEW GOODS I are arriving daily Wo thank yon for your past favors and will be pleased to fill your wants for tho year of lOOl 411MII f i1 e e N y S 4e S A S S d d de d d e e Si Heaters e I r i Get our prices t ers bfore you buyt Lamps 1very1l JOHN BRIGHT JR CO5j Ntett a ate C e rM S s e e e e e e N e e1l tit eUOY La1Ni i To The Farmers If you are in need of PLOWS come in and buyjThe Oliver The BEST One in the World W E Perkins 1 Crab Orchard Kentucky While Pine and Tar 1 hits been on sale nt PENNYS DRUG STORE for several year cud each year tho demand for it has doubled It is pleasant to tho tnatp oftboth young and oMnt the unto timo it con c lain nothing harmful and will relieve cough nndcoldTry n25 cent bottle and if you nroanot pleased with it we will cheerfully returnIyour money Pennys Drug Store Lemons Wesley 47 acres 5 55 Lochman John 25 acres 416 Martin and Owens 75 acres 4 to McMullen Ell 40 acres 2 65 Miller J F 08 acres 12 O Moore David 10 acres 4 00 Moore J W 05 acres 4 ro Moore Clffi 110 acres 4 40 Morgan Wm 102 acres 016 Pratt B W ICO acres 810 Pulliam G R 20 acres 410 Rector Thas 30 acres 4 2O Rlloy Altha 218 acres 14 05 Robinson Wm 10 acres 4 00 ShIQoy August 120 acres 6 00 SImms lire 62 acres 3 00 Singleton Mrs Florence lot 4 55 Smith Mrs Margaret 15 acres 2 25 Smith James 100 acres G 40 Stompley Oottleib 65 acres 6 60 Stuckler Mary 72 acres 6 00 Trlsler Maxwell 50 acres I 00 Upthogrove Goo B 40 acres 4 46 Walls L U 1 acre 410 Waters Elizabeth 60 acres 3 25 Wheelden Jos 160 acres 7 GO White T W 76 acres 280 Williams Robt 80 acres 6 05 Wlnthrow J e 107 acres 3 65 Wood J TI 125 acres 7 00 Ybcum Ellis 14 acres 4 Ii- Young Eph 14 acres 4 ro Young A J 60 acres 6 06 WAYNESUUILOCOLORED- Owelcy Sarah 65 acres 310 IUUSTONVILLFWIUTE acres 1517 Bastin Henry estate 6 acres 2 t6 Brown Mrs SaUte lot 2 b6 Burton A lot 4110 v- jGarter B C 126 acres 385- I c1 to Stanford Ky 01 Coulter John lot 11 65 Florence Jim 10 acres t lJacksonKennedy Wm GO acres 3 00 Lockridge Mrs Annie B lot 20 10 McGowan Joe 62 acres 5 60 piRoynoldll70Trusty i I 70VaughtD i Wilkerson Samuel lot 3 85tJlUSTONVlLtFCOLOIIEDI 20BaileyBright Pottle 8 acres I 65 65Carpenter V i 60CloydDavis Ed lot Ii 25 10Frye66Hocker 485JonesMastcrson Wilson 2 acres 3 80 r McCormack Green l acre 385 40RiffoRoss Henry lot 485 Steele Chas 1 nero 4 00 Vardoman Annie lot 2 C6 10WoolridgeM S BAUGHHAN Shcrltl of Lincoln County AMa er 6 fWe Make Our Bow To you in our Now Quarters and invite you to use our Now IIouio and us as you have in the past Our business ns well as others adraiU of advancement and wo are not satisfied unless we arc abreast of the times or- t t MEAD OF OUR COMPETITORS Hence tio change wo leave rondo and a little paint and cleaning has made us n very good business room and we want you to j como and see ua I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL r BTAKFORD KY PER 5 1801 PENNYO Corn Curo le a safe load sure cure for ors sad bunions Pen nys Drug Store Stanford Ky Wo wish to call your attention to our White Pine and Tar for cough and colds Having sold this remedy for a number of year we do not hesitate to recommend It Ask thoso who hart tried It Peonys Drug Store PERSONALS s A R WALLACE Is quite sick Wit D F OognE wee In Lexington Wednesday EUILE MKIKH of Danville was here Wednesday 1180 nlTTIE PAXTON is with Lou Isvllle friend Joint n WONEn sad A D Parson want to Lexington yesterday Miss ARIA WIUOUT of nustoavllle hat been with the Misses Ellis MR W M BRIGHT was kept at 4homo a day or two by a severe cold Miss Down GOODE of Parksvllle U with her sister Mrs D D Carter I MR M F ELKIN of Lexington wa here yesterday en routo to Uuokeyo MR J B DENNIS the popular car I riage drummer was hero Wednesday MESSRS OEO B SADPLEY acd w 9 Burch went In Frankfort this week Mn E D KENNEDY hataken a po illlod as guard at the Lexington Amy lum Mn MATT WOODSON has rented one a of Mrs Woody Halos cottage on East Male Street l MESSRS J T EUURY sod R O Ea IlemaD Jr attended the horse sales at Lexington Mn LESLIE CARTER and wife of the TuroersvUIe section hate moved tc Mr James Laos collage Joint OWSLEY REID wbo has boot troubled with his eyes returned tc college at Danville Tuesday MISS SALLIE GIVENS bad to glee up school work Wednesday on account ot floes Mlddletboro News Miss MARY MCUOURRTS declined ai i Invitation to take part In tbo vocal con tost at Flemlngsburg next month r MISS MINNIE SINE has been Invited Wader the vocal contest at Flemings burg March 25lh and she will likely de- B so D McCUJRR writes us to change 11 his paper from Downs III to Cooks vlllo that State where he has boughs a stock of Rood JUDGE T 55 MORROW passed thro1 to Loulsvlllo yesterday to ace about his appointment as Pension Agent which we hope hell ROt I MRS JAMES LEE loud was left lee terday morning for Knoxvlllo torcslde Their many friends hero give them up with much regret t LOCALS WANTED Boarders at Myers Douse I flats Court day dinner 25c Mrs A B I Wltbon2tALL accounts of Craig Hooker must bo paid at once W N Craig sucooBsor said see My Friend From kENOUOUr at WJwn Opera House f next Monday night 8th i N I FOR SALE Clean uptodate millin cerystock Reason for selling Illness t Mr Cleo W Brown Stanford ITUIVB broko into Jarvis store at Cedar Creek Wednesday night and se cured 114 and a number of pairs of a shoes WILL LEE Will Bogle Green Hans ford and Fields Salter all colored boys 0 wore lined 110 In Judge Carsons court Tuesday for gaaabllng SHERIFF M S BAGUHMANB serial story ends this Issue The sale will take place In trout of the court house Monday next county court day MR W B GOODE has bought Mr John B Carpenters saloon on Depot r Street and has taken charge Ho will Improvements on the oako extensive building fixtures THE stockholders of the Crab Orch Racing Association aro re ard Fair que Led to moot at the police courtroom In Crab Orchard neap Tuesday Feb Orb at 1 oolook p M t for the pur new directors for this peee of electing year R Us nroBaURh presldsit WE have an abundance of millet and clover hay cheap for cash J B Qaugbrnan Co BomI Dr sure to get acquainted with My Friend from Arkansaw at Walton Opera Homo Monday night Ho Is very entertaining DROP In and tell us some news when you come to court Monday Also It YOU have a surplus of filthy lucre you can liquidate your account ntthli office I TUG New York Store Issues an ad drois to the people to day It will be found on tbo fourth paRe sad you should by all means peruse Itcarefully BEAVER CREEK Oil Gas stock la- In demand A boldcrof tour liD shares refused 175 for them a few dDICO Another holder of two shares refused 10WANTLDGoooodmsoor boy to ass slut In dairy and do light farm work German preferred Good wages to tbe right party W B Towmey Danville Ky TUB ground bog saw his shadow Tuesday and the little varmint return ed to his bolo to spend six weeks dor log which Limo wo are supposed to have all kinds of weather except good weather JUDOR M O SADFLBY of Lincoln a product of the mountains and ono of the most brilliant lawyers In Kentucky U a cacdldato or the democratic nomi nation to the appellate bench io sue ceod Judge Baroam Somerset Journal AN maderob Farmers National Dank at Danville Tuesday night but It did not prove successful As an old grubbing boo was used and tbo big safe could not be opened with It looks lllco the Farmers Is a pretty good bank to keep money In REALIZING the v ueofprinters Ink the wellknown and popular firm of Severance Son como out this moron lug In a big advartUemrot double their usual space which you aro re quested to read this Issue and each sub- Sequent Issue during the year SOME JiusTwentytwo urns en joyed a banquet at Jin Jones restaurant Tuesday night It was gotten up bJlm Door o and was a very pleasant occasion Nothing stronger than coffee was Indulged la and conge quontlyno cases of jlmjams havo resulted St TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL representa the will not bo ablo to be at Mt Ver non court Monday as he would greatly like to Persons having buslnais with this paper will bo waited on by Mr E S Albright of the Signal who will cheerfully receipt them for any money they may want to pay MY FRIEND FROM ARKANSAS GAURANTEB I Robt Sherman proprietor and manager of My Friend From Arkansas which will bo pre sented ai Walton Opera House Moo day Fob 8 do hereby guarantee It to bo a first class performance In every re peat and any one attending the per formance and not satisfied that ho has received full valuo for his money can call at the box olllce and ask for his money which will bo refunded as freely as It was taken In Tbo treasur er of Waltons Opera House will hold all money taken In until the perform ance Is over and every ono has left tbo theatre Signed Robt Shermas man ager My Friend From Arkansas Co HELD OVER aidSeward WlllSud dutb and Ben Baker all white were held over la 1250 hood each for shoot log Jibe Elide The first two gave bond but Baker IIIB jail It seems that tbo shooting was done through pure cussedness and It Is likely that all of the men engaged In It will do tlmo In tbo penlanlltry Mr Elkln was walking along the public highway wo are told when one of tho men shot at him several times but missed him Glvo too tho gun I can hit him said onoof tho others and fired the ball striking Mr Elkln In the fleshy part of the log Mr Elkla has suffered con siderably from the wound which It Is tate f say Is not as sore as his feelings are over tbo unwarranted attempt to stale him or probably take his life Special Prices on Seasonable Goods In order to introduce our selves and our New Location we offer the following LOW PRICES These priced arc in e0ect today and as long ne they last 16 cents for choice of 211 pieces of Oalatcu This name is enough and needs no comment 11 centa we offer a regular lOc Percale in Red Blue and Black and White 7 cents for a yard wide Bleach Cotton worth8j cents We bought this last August when cotton won 6c lower on the pound ay and this accounts for the Very Low Price 10 cents for tho very best washing and wearing Cheviot Gingham ever offered to our trade real valuol2 f ft cent for choice of 26 Beautiful Patterns in Torschon Lace 1 to 3 inches wide 10 cents for n very large 24x18 honeycomb towel The raw cqttou in this is worth as much as wo aak for the to- welSEVERANOE= SON ALL kinds of feed and coal cheap for nub J U Oaulrbmao Co KacIlomind MM Can Picket lecture here on the evening ot March letTue Ladles Aid Society of the flap tin oburoh will have an Exchange at Pennys Druir Store Saturday after noon Oth Mr R R Mabony sect V TUB Lancaster correspondent of the Loulivllle Time should send newt while It li news The Item about Gabo Cikln being shot in Wednesdays issue of that paper is nearly 10 day old TUB Opera House being changed I according to the requirements of the city council so you neednt be afraid of a Ore now You can see My Friend from Arkansaw Monday night with out the least fear of being crematedI BADLY SCALDED meeNevlue IiIDr Cook was called and dressed the wounds and tbe little fellow was rritni fairly easy at last account i PROGRAM of entertainment of sixth sad toTentb grades to be given at Ora ded School Auditorium this Friday evening Prayer class tone reading Briar Rose Loonle Good panto mIme Nearer My God to Thee Ma ry D Kennedy Maude Porno Marga rot Warren recitation Old John Paul Berta Jean Pennv piano solo Awakening of the Roses Kato New I lied declamation Boys Wallace Singleton vocal solo A Song ot the Sunny South Solon Beazley reolta tlon Mothers Fool Daisy Phillips piano solo Venetian float Son II Frances Cooper recitation Trouble In Amen Corner K Newland pins tomlrne Swanee River declamitlop Tbo Company Who Try Wm Buey violin solo II Trovatoro II Baria lean Penny Capt McGuire Broom Brigs ado Arithmetical Pood Wishes Weed Robinson Admission So and lOc CHURCH MATTERS Chancellor Blanton has been stated olerk of the Synod of Kentucky for 30 year and will hold the office at long as bo desires ReY L H Blantoo vicepresident of Central University will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morn lOll at 11 oclock Bishop Thomas Uuderwood Dudley left an estate valued at about 125000 but no will Mrs Dudley was appoint ed administratrix Obedience an evidence of faith will be Rev O M Huey s subject at the Baptist church Sunday morning At night his theme will be Difficulties serving God MATRIMONIAL Riley Maxoy and Miss Annie Lqu Cutter were married at W H Cutter yesterdayW Warren and Miss Cora finch moan were made ono at the Methodist church at Mtlledgevllle Wednesday Henry Schmidt dropped dead at the door of his sweethearts homo In New York with a wedding ring In his pock et When a child Is disillusioned con cerning Santa Claus he has been Ini tiated for life Into the hollow mockery of human knowledge Who shatters the blissful credulity of childhood Is fit for treason and all those other base Shakespearian things Last year you drank 19 gallons of al coholic itlmulants or it you didnt you failed to drink your share of the total amount consumed by the people qt the United States Kentucky Now EraMiss Nora Veal unable to withstand the shock of tho sudden death of Ellis Klnkead In Lexington attempted to take her own life and as a result she Is severely wounded Mrs Mary E A Dudley widow of Bishop Thomas U Dudley will Inherit nearly 1250000 from the estate of her mother who recently died In New York The joint committee of miners and mine operators adjourned at Indianap oils without reaching sn agreement on a scale of aJtel- Aodonolil Cbenault Montgomery countys wealthiest farmer and trader Is thought to be dying A S PRCEk surgeonDentist Stanford Ky 1 0lens tfeotMTU Urns don late Owilej Balldloi Produce Wanted I We want sour trade and will pay you tbe luuUrlEgpFeberaCall at- NORTfCOTT k THOMAS SUnfordKy NOTICE Notice It hereby given to tbe owner and bolder of the 115000 Lincoln county 4 percent bonds ot series A Issued March I nOGlo year bond optional la Ore yean that the Court will redeem said series of bonds at the Lincoln County National Hank ot Stanford Kentucky en March 1 1901 as provided In the face of said bond JAS P Hurst J L 0 0 Students Take Notice At tbe annual 4th of July entertainment to be given Monday b 1804 by Jones A Keliav at Oak Drove there will be given to the student within school age delivering the best original 4th ot July oration two premiums 110 In gold to the fiat and U In gold to the second All wlihlng to enter this contest must give notice before JUDe IiiI1904 JONES A KGL8A- YYosmltc Ky AN ORDINANCE The City Council o the city of Stanford do ordain ai follows That W A TrlbMe be and he U hereby appointed to act In tbe place of tbe Judge of the Police Oonrt when he is ab- Sent or when from any tame be cannot prrtldr or when he U sworn off the bench This ordinance shall take effect fr m and after Its publication In ono lone of the INTIRIOR newspaper and after said TrIbble qualified as requires br law A B KMHIIXCB Mayor L B neon rg Clerk A Small Farm For Sale tartI will sell 0 T McItoberU decd In front ot tbe court house door on county court day Fob 8 1004 It not sold privately before The farm contains about 20 acres ot land house end outbuildings and Ia situated 24 miles north of Stanford on Hawkins branch j a PBixn Agent for O T JJcHoborts Heirs LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky 45 All persons wishing to buy or sell hems will do well to see ni We have a number of line Lincoln and adjoining county farms toe sale and will be pleated to show anyone what we have If you desire to sell It In our bands Office at Boonen Livery Stable Stanford Ey E D Peyton DEALEIl IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford RBNutiony Insurance fiQent Solicits share of the patronagoI of the property owners In the counties Uncoln and Casey who may be seeking In surance against into Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLine Com represented and the low eat possible rates are guaranteed Phone b- 3ltanford Kentucky I U JIBlCE B D CARTER BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANTOBD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses handled on commission N Stock Pens In Connection u 1 NEW FEATURES We have added a big lino of CARPETS MATTINGS RUGS ART SQUARES CURTAINS SHADESand OIL CLOTHSti1 Wo also have a buyer in New York to look out for BARGAINS and the New Things as they come out This will be decidedly to your andour ndvantage Wo will carry a lull stock of the Superior McCALL PATTERNS We have heretofore ordered a great many but will carry them right hero so you wont have to wait GOOD SHOES SPRING STYES ARE COMING INiY IDOUGLAS SHOES 300 and 35O iiANAN SHOES 500 and 600 ail L J The Kind There Is No Doubt About f s s 1 Cummins a McClary t t 75 AS 1 e1t erl9lf is Js e a + + te sA4 114f l1li e Job Lots9- 1s1 forcleaningupcant to accu- mulatei too fast Prices on our coats aM te and suits reduced about 20 per cent IfJ High top shoes and boots about themsame A lot of mens stiff bosom colored I r shirts worth 100 to close at t50c all sizes A lot of men Sineshoes worth from LbQ in aSO buty fe Jout of style to close at 100 a pairuyg te 100 underwear at 75c 5Oc under wear at 40c We want to clean upj I ti and these prices ought to do it Ire Terms fJI eh HJsVTRoberts Ia X141 COME And see this before 1 you buy You get in this a slack or coke or trash burner It is an Airtight Hot Blast combined Toomuch can not be said for a Stove like this Geo H Farris Co Stanford Ky Crix and Panicr u Ii GREAT GAMESAT I 1 N CRAIG Pharmacistf Successor to Craig t HockerJlh I- tt STANFORD KENTUCKY Ii s I ITHE f1BNKRUTSLU Having made a satisfactory settlement with our creditors we will beginning on Saturday February 6 1904 I Offer the entire stock of the New York Clothing and Shoe Store consisting of all I kinds of CLOTHING DRY GOODS BOOTS SHOES HATSS CAPS Etc atr U EEKI C PRICEStJ Everything must go nothing reserved The stock of goods must be converted into cash at once If you want the GREATEST BARGAINS in the history of yojir lives come early be i fore the stock is picked over Everything SPOT CASH Remember this sale will not last t but a few days Dont forget the date of sale and place w TilL NEW YORK CLOTHING BOOT and SHOE STORE C ROSENSTEIN CO Proprietors YHE J NTRKIOR JOURNAL f Jtntered n the pot odfce at Stanford at 1 1 fcuatkr- In111shoa7 neete mjajayfiarnvm at 1 PER YEAR CASH tr Wain stopstde100 will btchsrisd KNDXVILlE J 34 TralA coins Northp 104 pta O 3t II 3JO 1111 o 38 SoaUa12t7alllNo3I tU t JtBOB 66749 INIY- ISION 1 will utand tho AJOaIabove spondld Jersey bull nt m near water at II iaadyaacoReturu privileges permitted r OAMENISCH Stanford Ky J H Proprietors BOONE ft CO LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Berries at Reasonable Rates Call on urn opDepot Street Also Dealers In l tloal Patl Traylor DEALER IN 1 k WhIskll Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc Carpenter House t Ii Close to Depot STANFORD KY j Prompt aniS polite tension Nothing with bu to drink Malt pban cr tetegraph orders receive I flromptattentJoli H C RUPLEYI The Merchant Tailor 1Joo4i v STANPORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive r a Call tl J D Weareii r Insurance fluent Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New York the largest company in the i2wSurplusEoyIeCneevr Farm property cola Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky aJ NOTIOEI An election for Directors for the Lincoln County National Dank will be hold at laid bank oftlce on Saturday March 5th 1904 to elect directors to yearJ d W Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and Fanny Horss Shears WoatMain fctraet Stanford Kentucky r ReAa JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky I Office over Higgins 4 McKlnneys Store Telephone N SI THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con lultatlon Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes ilonal bills due when services are rendered and must apaid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE L W LflKID k t31t Prom JUNCTION CITY KY firstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Ratee Special Attention to Traveling Men and Day For Bale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my farm ot 130 acres on tho Liberty pike 2X miles from Huitonvllle It U grass and the land Is fertile and In good shape It has on It A good house of 7 rooms a tenant house two stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address n W RIKe Jr Tyrone O T or call on J P Rifle fusion vllle K- yJlI Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers 1AUODUII PnrnlturclfaUliig8RugB They allkindsa call Pries right STANFORD KENTUCKY Lincolns Cash Drawer The development in the postofflce department aald Senator Cullom to a Washing Star reporter remind me of the early time In Illtnoli when Lincoln was the postmaster of the town of Salem The cashdrawer of the poatofflco there was Lincolns vest pocket but U was a cash drawer that was sacred to him I remember on one occasion when a poitofllco Inspector came around and made a careful survey of everything In the postonice He took account of stock and figured out just how much Lincoln ought to have In cash belong Ing to the Government Some of Lie coins friends were afraid that he might be a little short and went to hire with offers of money If bo needed It Here plied that he guessed ho bud It all When the Inspector figured out the amount that should be there be went to Lincoln and told him bow much cash there should be In the postofflce Well I guest I haveltsaid Lincoln as he drew Perth ajbuodle of money Ho counted it out and It tallied to a cent to the amount the Inspector bad found due the Government Lincoln had kept the Governments money sep arate at all times Although be carried It around with him as the best method of caring for It be bad never allowed It to become mixed up with his own money That incident was char acteristic of Lincoln He was scrupo busty honest The doctors who are making the In spection from house to house to learn U the Inmates have observed the in structions of the board of health have some amusing experiences One of them tells of a visit to the house of an old colored woman Well auntie lets have your certificate we represent the board of health and want to see If you have complied with the law I doan know nuthln bout dat etlffl cate but dat Mlstah Boad Healf wuz beab de odder day an I dun tole him I bin aasslnaled twist and had be celln told onst an be said dat orter do Knoxvllle Sentine- lChamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Unequalled for Constipation Mr A II Kane a prominent druggist of Baxter Springs Kansas says Cham I berlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets are in my judgment the most superior prepa ration of anything in use today for son stipation They are sure in action and with no tendency to nauseate or gripe For sae by W N Craig Plens for the entertainment of the members of the Legislature by he three Louisville commercial organiza tines Include a trip to St Louis to the dedication of the Kentucky building a banquet In Louisville sedan inspection of Douglas Park proposed permanent site for the State Fai- re e P Fashion Tips Quaint old buckles ornament belts fur aod collars Many fashionable evening cloaks have wide full capes Deep flounces of fur on cloth sod vel I vet gowns are very new Yellow In Its wide range of shades Is one of the brilliant colors A combination of different kinds of lace Is seen In many of this seasons gowns Old fashioned platting and ruchlngs are used to trim day and evening cos tomes The cavalier cuff Is much worn and In charming with a frill of old lace tailing over the hand- Accordion platting U stIll very pop ular and so skillfully managed it Is be coming alike to slight and stout A well dressed woman never wears a picture bat shopping In the morning A small turban or toque Is more suita ble for that occasion The revival of Jst IB one of 1bo lea lures of the coming season It wIlt be used in profusion and glittering mais ere and Is even to trim white cloth frocks Sentence Sermons Faith defies fate Duty Is always divine A muzzle Is not a cure A man Is highest when he le hum blest ti A light heart Is a lighthouse for hearts When a boylooke saintly seed for a doctorReligion is never worn Qut by every day use Triumph Is simply the perfect tense of trial Grumbling puts spurs to the steed of troubleAn head never has room for new Ideas Toe work of this life writes the lease of the next The beet kind of hope la that which lends a hand You cannot save mountains of bin when standing on the molehill of con colt Nothing Equals Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dr P B Spears of Pinchard Ala has I become acquainted with the gocd quell ties of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and uses it in his own family and in his practice Ho says II bcatsany preparation I have ever seen for all bowel complaints I do not think of recommending any other and aso use it with my own children This remedy is for sale by W N Oraig James Shrader former assistant Commonwealths attorney of LouIs- ville was shot and killed by W E Neal who says Shrader was Intimate with Mr Neal N First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000j ThlitnitltnUon was orl1nallyealabllabe4- al the Deposit Hank of In 1131 then reorganised ai the National Bank of Stanford la 18U and altala reorganlsed u the Pint National flask of Stanford In 1852 having bad practically an unlnter rupted existence for 41 nit better supplied now with facilities for transact log bUll aM promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries trod Cor peratlens Solicited e LINCOLN NATIONAL CAPITAL Directors J B PaxtoD J D Owsley 3 H Shanks W 0 Walker Oeo W Carter Successor to The Partners Bank It Trust Company and same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT loping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Portable Englnt and Saw Mill For Sail Will tell privately Will also sell a horse power engine and boiler All good repair sell a bargain close up business Will take part pay In lumber IOWKU k BnrecMcr Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Ky elegantly P O Agency for firstclass Laundry News Stand All work guaranteed Your solicited v 11 Qfflomrs J B HOOKEtt Prest B T IUHI V r- Jl McHOBEUTB Obr W n BleprI DlrtorsfV Reid Danville B T Ilarrt Stanford J B locker Stanford W P WalUJoUulDirtcn K L Tanner McKinney M O Eliaore 8 II Baaghman Stanford T P Illll Stanford Jas KoblniOD Hubble 1 iL Bauebman Stanford J U Pettui Stanford Ed Carter Stanford COUNTY BANK II STOCK f1t0000 IS In at to Hustonvllle Cigars business WARN Offtctrsi I I B B SHANKS President J B OWBLEV Osshterj W If BBIQUT Ant Oashlsn JACK SALE atDanvllle ri 1 THURSDAY MARCH 3 1001 Bend In your entries new The sale CentralIContucky JG+ McGLARY I UNDERTAKER EMBALMZ 1 And Dealear In aAlNUS SADDLWT ftO Stanford Ky