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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL r rVOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY J19048 A M NO 98 ITILAND STOCK CROPS ETC Jersey milk 01 torsale R L Al brlehl Rowland Ky r II O Nuooelly bought of J O Coul ter a pair of mules for 1216 Scott Bros bought of R L Burns a homo and 10 sores of land on Dlx rlor Prlco Sutton bought of Glove Irvine 34 thoroughbred Southdown ihcep at 10 Wilson Alexander oldto D N Preltt a buocU of 140pound bog at Ho M K Wilton sold to Sniltb do Turn ayof Ojtntblaoa a combined horio for 1126- j FOR SALE 30 100pound ihoiti and 39 yearllo canto J O Day Crab t Orobard CatfollIUld will bring The Picket and the reel of hla Rood wring to Louis r1 villa for traloing Will T Ulan bought the George T UoRoberlt farm on Hawlclni Branch yesterday for 11000 FOR SALK Finn Birred Plymouth Uck Cockrellt Only have a few Hu tbertCarpenter Stanford 2t- AtJobo W Davis late In Fayetlo 4 32 milk cow told at 120 to 178 and a pair of mule brought 1400 e Joo Jordon will bo at Beazleys lia l rile ID Stanford next Saturday Feb 13 to bu Rood horses and mute We bare a nice lot of cultivated hemp teed tree from rape or any foul seed for talc J T Baclcley le Son 2t Andersen Carr told to W11 Doxlor yesterday hit tine gray geldlne fo- rM He It a loppy fellow and has lota of speed henry Hotter wbo told a pair of mules for 1 125 the other day refuted 1105 for another pair tlo say It will take 1500 to get them They are mares and black Joo Jordan will be at Liberty on Thursday Feb 11 sod at UuttonvlUe Friday Feb 12 to buy bortet and mules flare your stock In town on tbe above dates 2t T L Reynolds swapped his farm of 4 70 acres near Waynrtbur to L G Qoocb for thtC C Gooch property In Waynctburfr Mr Ooocb paid 1933 for the town property Wharton Bro at Keene bought 1000 butbolt of wheat from J W Shields at tl per bushel This It the highest price that bat been paid for wheat in Jetiamlne says the Journal- J C Coulter of Casey told hero yet terdar a pall of mute for I2l5 a sad die horio to Or Steele Bailer fur ISO 3 barnett gelding to Iton Bros for 8135 and a Red Squirrel toddle gelding to J C Lynn for I2CO George Tarbox of New York pur cbated of D N Prcwlttj of Danvlllo the twoyear old brown colt by Imp Scorpion dim Llndorclte by Linden for 1000 Tots youngster It a full brother to Larkspur winner of the Montgomery Handicap In 1001 C T Dohon of Huitoovlllo bought of Chat Miller one pair of soppy mare mule at 1380 and from various other parties 18 bead of mules ranging In price from flOO to 1130 J L Weaver and J L Cover of Wayne county told to Obit Dobon 10 corning twoyearold mutes at 13750 average Somcrtet I Journal A E Huodley of this county has nominated the good brood maro Stella Moore by Sultan 224 for the horse Review V 110000 subscription Futurity Purse No 10 for foals of 1001 to trot In 1000 and 1007 The mare It bred to Wiggins 2101 ono of the most success fat sires of futurity winners and tbo colt will no doubt be a One ono Advo catoANOW IS THE TIME TO USE HY OMEI tCures Catarrh end Prevents Colds No Stomach Dosing I Just Breathe It I At thin season of the year citarrhal troubles ate very prevalent and nearly ovary person suffers to a certain extent Catarrh Is actually the result of a sue cession of colds and can he easily prevent ed It the proper treatment la followed llyoci la a natural yet scientific cure for tbo colds and grip troubles that lead to catarrh as well as a positive cure for Ibo disease Itself The Balsamic air of Ilyomel breathed through the small pocket Inhaler that comes with every outfit is filled with gcrinkllling and hoallh giving qiHllllcs that penetrate to the minutest air cells of the head throat and lungs It kills all catarrhal goiras trees the mucous mom brane from poisonous microbes end makes a perfect and complete cure of catarrh The complete outfit costa only fl while extra bottles of Ilyomel can be plo cured for 60c G L Penny sells Ilyomel on the no cure no pay plan and will k refund the money Hit falls to give perfect Mtlstactlon You take no risk what ever in using Ilyomel It Is the only treatment sold under a guarantee of this nature where a leading local druggist agrees to return the money if tho treat meat falls to cure y4 HUSTONVILLE Mss Sadie Stagg of Stanford spent tbo week with tho Misses Nowburo J U Held It making comfortable rcr palrt upon the dwelling on tbo Patton farm preparatory to moving there 0 T Bohoo shipped a car load of aged sugar mule to Atlanta for which bo expects to realize a fancy price Airong the distinguished visitors In the city the past week was MUs Jessie Trlmblo of London England visiting Miss Catherine Alcorn t D J Nowburn left Saturday 1011 Gulf Port Miss to begin tbo season work In that State for the Kentucky Nursery Co of Diwllng Green The kitchen shower at Mt Ve slew trio homo of Mr and Mrs Walter Vanartdall will by tucciat request of friend continue through this week Miss Mottle Alcoro has been offered a handsome salary bya New Orleans millionaire to take charge of his deaf and dumb child She will very likely acceptU Marshal Colemao of Somerset arrested Mrs 8rah Jane Mullin ofI South Park for telling whisky without license She was taken to Danville for a hearing before Commissioner Liwwlll Judge Win Myers and family desire through these columns to dxprets their thanks to their rainy friends who no kindly and lovingly sympathized with and aided tbem In their recinl be reavemeottLeslie fj Cox of Atlanta secretary to Pretldent Wlckenbam of tbe Atlanta St Welt Point railroad was with friends here this week Although only 23 years old bo has by his own Indom itable will and energy attained this enviable position which be ably Oils for one of the Soutbs greatest systems On the 24tb Mist Nell Carpenter tbo handsome daughter of Mrs W I Ueddlnt will bo married to Richard Barton of Manchester this State The ceremony will be performed at the home of Mrs Hcddlns Mr Barton Is with the Standard Oil Co After a brl dal tour South Mr and Mrs Barton will make their home In Somerset About 6 oclock Sunday morning our city was visited by a terrific wind withI thunder and ilghtnlogaccompanlmonit The entire roof of the college was torn off with tbo cornice and the timbers and carried like leaves In A whirlwind belig dashed In every direction and falling a worthless wreck Toe rain poured la torrents and soon the entire building was thoroughly soaked and ihotplavterlng falling There being no storm clause In the insurance policy the Iou which will roach 1700 will fall heavily oo Bid B J Plnkertoo of Lexington Telephones report the storm to have completely wrecked the large store of W U Wllkerton at Lib arty and greatly damaged his 110000 stock of general merchandise The stores of J P Wilkinson and Dink Phillips aro alto reported badly damaged Part of the roof of the McKIn oey Canning factory was blown off and much fencing all overtke West End Is down together with Wm Dodds large tobacco barn Perfect Confidence W litre there used to be a feeling of un oulnetfl and worry in the household when a child showed symptoms of croup there Is now perfect confidence This Is owing to tho uniform success of Guam txrlalns Cough Remedy In the treatment of that disease Mrs M I Bastard of Poolcsvllle Md In fpeaking of her ex perlenco in tbe use of that remedy says I have a world of confidence in Cham berlains Cough Remedy for I have used It with perfect success My child Gar land is subject to severe attacks of croup and it always gives him prompt relief For tale by WN Craig A Maysvllle dispatch o ayeCol S S Morrow completed tho court martial trials of the members of the local com pany of State Guards hero Twelve member were on the carpet One member was found In tbo country kill lag hogs with his uniform on Anoth er was found handling tobacco The findings of the court martial will not be made public until approved by the governor Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Unequalled for Constipation Mr A R Kane a prominent druggist 2L Baxter Springs Kansas saysCham laina tomach and Liver Tablets are In my judgment the most superior prepa ration of anything In use today for eon stipation They aro ture in action and with no tendency to nauseate or gripe For sao by W N Craig President Roosevelt has for a third demandIedHouse be wlhdrawoIThe Confederate reunion will be held t Nashville September 13 14 and la 15I NEWS NOTES Capt Charles O Cornwall of the United States navy It dead Three persons were burned to death lo a dwelling house ere In Montreal James M Leo former member of tbo General Assembly from Bullllt county dead Editor Hurst has mortgaged his Now York newspaper properties for 11000000 The physicians attending Senator Uanna announce that their patient has typhoid fever Five thousand miners aro affected by a 12 per cent reduction lo wages In Wise county Va Mrt Sallle Vance aged 70 was shot mod fatally wounded by two young rae calin Pike county A Pennsylvania school teacher who died recently left 10000 to Booker Washingtons school An entire town In the Island of Java It reported to have been swallowed up by a volcanic eruption- M D Uutcblntoo a Confederate veteran dropped dead In the woods near his homo in Trlgg county Wm K Neal Jr the slayer of Jae K Sbrader was held without ball In the Loultvllto police court Three thousand Chicago schoolteachers have been glyen an Increase of 850 a year In their salaries Mrs Jonn Selfrldge of near Seymour Ind was burned to death In a fire which destroyed her home Two suspicious characters were ar rotted near Roanoke Va end over 1000 In silver taken from them Additional funds are being raised at Bedford Ind to prosecute the search for the murderer of Miss Sarah Scbaef er Tbo business people of Lexington have determined lo make a strong fight to secure the State Fair for that city W W Rowlett editor of the Now Era published at Lagrange and ono of the oldest newspaper moo In Kentucky ls dead Mrs T J Hutchinson of Grant county was burnrd to death and her husband badly burned In an effort to save her A contract hat been let for refitting the Iroquois Theater at Chicago It It said the name of the playhouse will bo changed to tbe Northwest Oo the second ballot the jury found George B Warner guilty of the murder of Pulaikl Leeds lo Louisville and fixed his punishment at death Tbo Kentucky and Tennessee Board of Fire Underwriters refused to admit to membership the nonunion compa nies doing butlneit In Louisville Five student have been expelled trim Princeton University for buying examination papers Two men who were selling the papers aro In jail Dots Boatwrjght arrested In Gallo way county on the charge of passing counterfeit bills la the eighth man ar rested In tbatxtcctlon lately charged with the offense VT Negotiations are pending for the sale of 00000 acres of coal and timber land In Pike county to Now York and Rhode Island capitalists Tbe price wanted Is 8350000 Luther flolbcrt and his wife Negroes were burned to death at the stake at Dodday tile Miss for the mur der of James Easlland a planter and John Carr a Negro Because her husband would not go to cburcb with her a Cleveland woman committed saloldo saying If you will not go with nowI will go where you withcan not be me at all Tho Kentucky Worlds Fair Commit tloners mot In Loulsvlllo and elected A y Ford Loulsvlllo president Chat C Spalding of Lebanon vice presi dent R E Hughes secretary and di rector of exhibits Id carrying out Its policy of estab lishing a commercial stronghold In At lanta It la semiofficially reported that the Louisville and Nashville railroad wllLappolol George E Evans fourth vlco president to take charge of tbe Atlanta field and B M Stark as gen oral manager to succeed him There was a big slump In cotton fu turns at New Orleans Friday followed by a wild ruth to unload May cotton was 0 a bale cheaper than on the day previous and hundreds of thousands of dollars were lost during tbo days transactions Sully tbo bull leader Is reported to have lost heavily In a slump on tbo New York exchange Escaped an Awful Fate Mr II Hagglns of Molbourne Fla writes doctor told me I had con sumption anti nothing could be dno for roe I was given up to die Tho offer of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption induced me to t1t Results wore startling I am allIanteed for all threat and lung diseases by Pennys Drug Store Price GOo and 11 Trial bottles free LANCASTER Mr Anderson from Cartersvllle wasad judged Insane and has been sent to the Lexington Asylum Messrs Ed Doty and George Palmer carried the unfortunate man to the asylum The contract fur carrying the mall between Danvlllo and Lancaster has been given to T J Hatcher who will begin his service Juno 1 His bid of 8313 a year was tbe only one submitted Curious relationships are being die cussed here Judge Ford has two half brothers who are not related to each other and a too and a daughter of a mao married each other and violated no law Let tome one explain how this is Seldom has Lancaster been more die treated and ebown more Indignation than at the foul murder of Wm tucker at Danvlllo Thursday night Mr Rucker was once a resident of this place and his reputation was of tbo very best Mrs John F Lear barren ted the store room below the Citizens Bank and will open an upto date line of millinery about March lit Mrs Lear will go soon to Cleveland and Cincinnati to visit the millinery stores and as she has bud much experience In trimming she will give her customers perfect satisfaction Tbe hurricane that swept across Garmrd county Sunday morning at five oclock laid waste to many farms tak ing away fences and destroying barns and other houses Mr Keller and Ed Walker were the greatest sufferers from tie storm both losing large barns Mr Bailer an old man Is paralyzed from the shock The churches at Paint Lick and Fair View were blown down this making the second time within tbe last 12 months that tbo latter has been so destroyed No Insurance was carried on either building Within the town limits tho wind was fierce and strong for two hours Mrs Farris house the granary and Mrs Hlggin botbams residence wero unroofed and trees and fences throughout the town were Injured Mist Edna Mason entertained the 0 I K Club Friday evening Refresh meats were served during tbe evening Miss Florence Donald of Mnysvllle Is the guest of Miss Annie Austin Mr Josh Daniels and wife gave a very enjoyable dance at their home Tuesday evening to the young people of Lancas ter Miss Bettlo Droaddus of Kirks vllle Is tbo guest of Mrs Arch Law son Shirley Elklo has accepted a po sition In Mlddlesboro Mlle Lizzie Hudson It the guest of friends In NIch olasvllle Miss Sophronla Fox of Up per Garrard It vtttilng here Frank Fori has returned to Nhbolasvllle after a visit to Judge Ford Tbe olllzent of Lancaster will give a banquet Tues day evening reciprocating the courto sy shown them a few weeks ago by the city council A large number will be present and the menu promises to be most excellent Mr and Mrs John E Stormes have gono to Tampa Fla to spend the rest of the winter Mrs Joe Hardln of Stanford has been the guest of Miss Nell Dllllon Wm West has returned from a business trip to Louisville CLIMATIC URisThoinfluence of climatic conditions jn the cUre of con sumption la very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectora lion In the morning Is made certain by German Syrup so la a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion duo to cough log tho greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally andregnlarlr Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of tbo thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those who use German Syrup Trial bottles 25c regular alzc75c At all drug gists Well well well exclaimed Mr Wlmbleton as he put down his paper What Is It Cincinnati his wife anxiously Idqulrcd I cant understand this thing be declared In tbls account of Buck Tylers marriage to that Kentucky girl the lady Isnt referred to once In the whole article as a blucgrats belle Tbo bill creating u branch circuit court at Fulton passed both Houeee The House adopted n resolution Indora log Congressman James efforts for the enforcement of requisition laws be tween states I Tbo output of coal In India has increased sixfold since 1880 It now ex coeds OOOOCOO tons a year and tbe supply is considered practically inexhaustible Den E OjJulllvanone of the bright est newspaper men In the State has been granted license to practice law l 5L0s tifor your choiceof any Winter Suit or inthe house- We J are offering the remnants of the gS best stock of Clothing we ever r brought to Danville and there are big z S bargains for those that come at once j- u flf thesetmgood r r T o mILLER Danville KU a THE GLOBE FIRE IS NEVER OUT IN A COLES HOT BLAST COAL STOVEtVecauie this tdve Is air tight and GUARANTIED to remain so In the morning simply open the draft and the firo burns briskly for two hours on last nights fuel Kcsult rooms evenly warmed always The fuel b1l1 is cut In two COLES HOT BLAST r utilizes tbo gas in the coal you know Others dont When you need trifling purchases in Hardware come here Your small wants have our prompt attention essssiir r HigginsMKinneySole STANFORD KENTUCKY SaulNext summer when the water works water you will wish that you had had thrft gutter made new Its willbo too whcu the summer drouth sets in I am for tho HASELDEN PATENT the Best Neatest and Cheapest on the market they are 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 rondo on Rooting Guttering Pumping Furnace and and Sheet Metal Work S M ALDRIDGEV Depot Street Stanford Ky t r xLTU- F o GREATEST GAME It cant be surpassed for laughter and fun make ing Fun for everybodyyoung and oM Learned in five minutes Price 60 cents Pennys Drug Store Ky eh r n Slarllnthe New Year Right By Trading With I W B McRoberts i r e Y Stanford J DRUGGISTSTANFORD a ID f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I E C WALTON L THOMAS D NEWLAND SR- I a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject lo ttoa action of the democratic party GEO W DEBORD- It a canaUata for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to On action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR t Ita candidAte for Sheriff of Uncoln county subject r to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN It candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to ataction of tile democratic party DINK FARMER I la a candidate tot Jailer cf Lincoln county subject tom I action of the Democrttlc party JAMES c HAYS It candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the I Bocratlc party I WIHERRIN It a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the partytf SAMUEL M OWENS Iacandidate for Sheriff of Uncoln county subject to tile action of the democratic party I MEREDITH E PRUITT t It a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Uncoln County subject to tll action of the demo cratic party MISS KATE BOGLE It a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo cradcparly HON D L MOORE t of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In the district to succeed Hon G G Gilbert sub 3Behththe action of the Democratic party Your sup earnestly solicited THE fact that Maj Wood of Ml Sterling remained at home Iud was appointed pension agent at Loulevlllo on John W Yerkea recommendation proves that the Commleslonor of Inter gal Revenue U Rooeevelta leader In Kentucky and that he Is sole dlaflbu ter of Federal patronage In the State Dr Hunter will be allowed to control affaire In the llth district and former Gov W O Bradley may continue to I call himself a Roosevelt man but Mr Yerket Is the power with the Preel I dent TUE Louisville Times shows Its lie of knowledge of Important things by speaking of Ex Gov Bradley aftWm OBannon Bradley His middle name U OConnell sad we hereby warn the Times about making such an egregious error afaInS- ENATOItt PATTERSON of Colorado announced In a speech In the Senate that ho would not press for a further Indorsement of free coinage by the democratlo party Now let William J Bryan do likewise and all will be well I TOE President appointed Maj A T Wood of Mt Sterling to be Pension Agent at Louisville and the legons of needs of grand old Judge Thomas Z Morrow are justly Indignant POLITICAL The democratic Senators have agreed to permit an early vote on the Panama papal treaty The Farris bill appropriating 11500 for the completion of the Confederate monument at Perry vllle Boyle county i wee passed by a unanimous vote ExCircuit Judge Wallace W Jones sr of Adair county has announced as a candidate for delegate from the 11th district to the republican National con a Ventloo The subcommittee In charge of the c arrangements for the National Repub lican convention at Chicago announces that press tickets will be Issued only to actual working newspaper reporters The Senate Committee on Approprl anon has decided to report favorably the bill appropriating 1100 for the erec Lion of a monument over the grave of President Zichary Taylor and S100 yearly to keep It up Mtf Watteraoc Is not hospitable Instead of staying in Louisville and help log to entertain Mr Bryan during his I lecture visit he hopped on the train and went to New Orleans so Mr Bryan had to occupy the enemys country while the enemy was absent Lexing ton Democrat Aft fairs had decided to ap propriation of 195000000 for tho navyI An Increase of 3000 In the personnel of ei the navy will be recommended The bill will authorize the construction of one new battleship and two armored 1cruisersf of citizens of tho State capital called at the Executive Department and presented Goy Beckhatn with a handsome gold pen with which I he signed the Capitol Appropriation Bill After use for this purpose the pen Is to be presented to the Kentucky Historical Society for preservation lathe rooms of the society t- Ic response to a hurried question as to what he thought of W J Bryans speech at the Goebol memorial meet log at Frankfort Editor Wattcrson aldII A man who prefers delivering a speech abusing me to attending the funeral of his sister Is welcome to all I becanmakeoutofeuchaperformanceand I exhibition of Insensibility I 91 fi s I tt Jo dliJ Representative Spalding has offered a concurrent resolution that the Legis lature adjourn on February 24 It Is reported that the next re union of the Gentry family will lllcoly be held la St Louis during the coming exposition The Senate passed the Urgent Deb ciency Bill by a vote which loft In th bill the provision for a loan of 840UO 000 for the St Louis Exposition When told that A T Wood bad bee appointed pension agent Judge Mor row said I got hero after the feast I am still a good republican and shall not feel the disappointment A Barbourvllle dispatch says bad fight Qwas narrowly averted here at a Republican mass meeting In dlsputcbetween the Hunter Edwards factions The lie was passed Over a1 dozeniplstols were drawn causing BI fearful stampede but there was shooting The Hunter people have won and will control the county com mitteeThe Bradley Bill requiring the reg istration of all voters In towns from the first to the sixth slaes Inclusive passed the State Senate and Is ready for the Governors I signature The Senate pasted the bill prohibiting the sale of stock of goods In bulk without first no tifying the creditors jind materially changed the Fish and Game Bill by striking out that portion creating a State warden and leaving the appoint meat of county wardens to the county judges The bill creating a State For defeatedI redls bill In E Cantrlll to gerrymander the fifth appellate district with a view to making It safely democratic The bill strikes from the district the counties of Clay LiurelKnox and Qwsley leaving the district composed of Henry Trimble Carroll Gallatln Owen Scott Fradk lie Bourbon Fayotte Woodford Gar rard Boyle Jessamine Madison Mercer Lincoln Rockcastlo and Jackson The original bill provided that Clark aqd Estlll should be added to the fift district butthe committee reported an amendment leaving these two counties In the seventh IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W W Edwards a prominent citizen of Harrodsburg Is dead The handsome residence of A J I Asher near PInevllle burned Dr J M Acton of Lancaster as pires to be coroner of Garrard Hugh Messer was killed by falling slate In a mine at Bertha Knox coup tyThomas Taylor a wellknown an clever citizen of Mt Vernon Is dead aged 50- Counter Is the name of a new post office In Mercer John I Royalty is postmasterThe of East Bernstadt are organizing a State Bank with a pro posed capital of 115000 A mass meeting of citizens of Madison will be held today to discuss the bill prohibiting mixed schools In the StateThe boiler at Julius Callabans saw mill In Adair burst killing Della Baron and mortally wounding a 12year old son of Callahan The New Domain Oil and Gas Co struck oil at a depth of 750 foot on the McGawaban farm In Russell county 01 stands 15 foot In the well Garfield Divine Hying on Deep Creek near Abe Mercer lice while tearing down an old house on his place found concealed In the wall 91000 Judge Bell has already established bis reputation as a presiding judge of rare dignity ability and fairness and Mercer Is justly proud of her talented son Harrodsburg Democrat Miss Carrie Goff a student of Ken Lucky University at Lexington who came to attend the declamatory contest fell through an elevator shaft In the Gllcb r Hotel and was painfully Injur ed Carlisle Cleland son of our popular townsman Proto T E Cleland who has been assistant cashier of the Juno Lion City bank for several months has received a much deserved promotion and goes to Barbourvllle to take charge of a big banking Institution Burgle Cor Democrat Judge John W Hughes has returned from a stay of several weeks on his rice plantation In Texas The Judge Is very enthusiastic over his work and prospects for a fortune He has about 1500 acres of land down there and Is now plowing 12 doublo teams of mules with a view to putting In about 800 acres of rice Harrodsburg Democrat A double tragedy occurred In the Princess Theater at Mlddlenboro while the West Minstrels were showing John Burns white and Jess Sharp colored were both killed Instantly A Negro named John White killed Burns pistolkilledble grow out of Burns effort to keep order Mysterious Circumstance One was pale and sallow and the other fresh and rosy Whence the difference She who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings New Life Pills to maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they cooIat nys Drug Store CHURCH MATTERS The church of Turnersvillo has unan imously called Rev Robert Buseabar ger to preach twice a month Tho annual convention of the Mer cer county Young Mens Christian As soclatlon will bo held at Harrodsburg 0eMontlcollo Is enjoying just now the greatest religious awakening It has inncharge of Rev J H McFarUnd tho caw pastor of the Baptist church as listed by Dr Clark of Louisville and the local pastors Services aro held at theAchurches being largo enough to accom fromathere A mild sensation was caused lo War ren Avenue Baptist church Milwau kee last Sunday evening by the an nouncement that for three years past and entirely unknown to the greater part of those who habitually attend the church the pastor Rev Herbert S Johnson has donated every Cent of his salary 3500 a year toward defray ing tbo current expenses of the church and carrying on Ita benevolent work Mr Johnson turned over his salary for the last year on the day named HERE AND THERE A syndicate of New York bankers has agreed to lend 150000000 for the purpose of Improving the Pennsylvania railroad lines west of Plttsburg As the result of a clash between un ion miners and guards of the Coal Creek Coal Company at Coal Creek Tenn four men are dead and three are woundedAt of farmers of Mc Crooken Graves Ballard Hlckman and Fulton counties at Mayfield It was agreed that only 50 per cent of the acreage of tobacco grown last year would be planted this year The re miming ground Is to be devoted to ex periment in cotton culture The fire at Baltimore swept a space covering two square miles Some of the best building blocks In the city estimatedhAid wax sent by tbe fire departments of Philadelphia Washington and olh Oftclilcc Oneof the best bills Introduced In the present Legislature Is that by Mr Alverson of Lincoln which provides that school teachers receive full pay unending county Institutes No class of people work harder and receive poorer compensation than do the wield era of tbe peach tree switch Central Record AprKentucky IIam a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appetite from this district subject to the 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 most critical time As judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to Us proper con struction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and tbe exercise of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such circumstances determineII will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and ofllce to which I alplre- Verrespectfully JAMES E cANTHILL When You Have a Cold The first action when you have a cold should be to relieve the This Is beet accomplished bythe free nee of Chamberlains Cough Remedy This Remedy liquefies the tough mucus and causes lie expulsion from the air cells of the lungs produces a free expectoration and opens the secretions A complete cure soon follows This remedy will euro a severe cold in lees time than any other treatment and It leaves tho system in a natural and healthy condition It coun teracts any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by WN Craig- MATRIMONIAL r r Robert Baker of Louisville and Mite BeulabGllpln of Burgle were married last week An unusual triple wed lnll took place at a hotel In Madltonvllle when three couples from Daweon Springs were married They were Ell Coatee and Mrs Tennle Darnell Wrn A Coates and Mlle Mary E Dllllngbam and Ed Darnell and Mite Eva Coates Two of the bridegrooms are brothers and one of the brides Mrs El Darnell Is the daughter of Ell Coates Better Than Gold III was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous dcblll ty writes F J Nreen of Lancaster N IIIINo remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all the medicine t ever used They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years She says Electric flit tare are just splendid for female tronb lea that they are a grand tonic and in- vigorator for weak run down women Nbolher medicine can take ita place in our fatally Trytbem Only 60c Pat faction guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store H v c rP A S PR1CJ iwgeonDentlit Stanford Ky ffleioT r UoBobarU1 Drag Store IB tbs Owilej Baudlng Spectacles Lost I Lost In McKinney on Dec 18 a pair of gold finished spectacles Frame book the can i very heavy framo Double oerI Wedeklnd Optical Gos name on the Will pyJ reward for their return In good ihape J II McKlnnoy McKlnney Ky Nice Home For Sale I desire to sell privately my homo on the dustonvlllo A MMdlnburg plko SK mUM tom Iluatonvllle The house has six rooms and Is la good repair Good barn and oth er outbuildings young orchard eta Lot contains six acreeW II IIADORT- Tit Iluitonvllle Ky E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos u- t ord1 R B Miliiony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in the counties of neotn and Casey who may be seeking In surance against lire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best Old Line torn panics represented and the low ret ix sible rates aro guaranteed Phone b- 2Stanford Kentucky I If 11 BUCK n n CARTER BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STAMTOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is tplicltcd Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection C THIS IS A Presidential Year andjyou must KEEP POSTED The way to do thin Is to read the WEEKLY OODRIER JOURNAL Henry Wattcrson Editor Twelve pages Issued every Wednesday SI A YEAR Revenue Reform Social Inform Moral Be form The CourierJournal lisues the best Alrranac published Send SSo for a copy by mall COURIERJOURNAL CO Louis ville Ky By a special arrangement you can get tb- eINTERIOR JOURNALa- nd the WEEKLY OOUBIER40URNAL both one year for only II 1- 0LIVER TROUBLES I 11 and Thedford DlaeDrsl1sh 1 a rood rnedlelno for lifer dlaeue pentSiootrine I takeMR8 CAROLING MARTIN ftrkeraburf W Vs If liver does notachtS- ularly go to your dnlggi t secure n of Thedfords DiluteDraught and take a dose great family constipatetfbowels and causes a healthy secretion of bile Thedfordf Black Draught will cleanse the im purities and strengthen the kid A invitee colds biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick ness and contagion Weak Kid nes disease which claims as many victims as 25cent package pThedforde Black keptInDlackDraught ezcetItWILLIAM blTHEDFRD3 BLACK DRAUGHTS LS r a T iha IIGRAND LEADER Our NKW BTOBI room tho largest Dud best lighted room in Stanford is being rapidly filled with tho cholcestedit WaistingsIEmbroideries Notions Trimmings j I ttlltlpi ices aro always right Tho Best Goods for tho least money t 1 is our motto Wo make every sale lutingour money kick for the asking OWBIBY BLOCK WATCH ovu Amt GRAND LEADER M B Lo y O Co S B Levy I t 0 e e e II f l Heaters a- I Get our prices on Heat li I ers bfore you buy t 1 m Lamps Few 1I4 JOHN BRIGHT JR COh 1OI m A e e e e tS e p C C eeS e i ja I C e e i N eYe Si s s e eete a e Sea u e To The Farmers If you are in need of PLOWS come ain and buy The OliverI The BEST One in the World W E PerkinsCrab Orchards Kentucky r SeeThat Your Ticket Reads Via The Q1 c1 C Railroad NOTICE i I will be In McKlnney each Friday to BUY and PAY CASH for All Kinds of LUMBER A B AUSTIN The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER D YILancaster Ky Wm SHUOARS Proprlolcr Electric Lights In every room Refurnished and under entire New Management Bob the favorite porter meeU all trains Large Welllighted Sample Room Jesse W Sweeney riomiKTon Livery Feed and Sale Stable Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and eared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rat- esPOSTED strictlyforbidpassing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law CarpenterJGeorge Holmes J O Neal VonOruentganJFred Bnuman Albert VonQrunonlgan J Z Bpoouarnore T M nK J D Oamonlscb Ioter Palmer WII Johnson Stephensdamesn P Hawkins Mrs Mary E Welch left very 1 UMBRECLASi Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as now for a small amount I can tramprepairertrial FHANK ATKINS Stanford YOUR FIHEND WANTS ONE OF YOU 4 tElrods Uptodate PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY Is Nqw Open at Crab Orchard Ky lhSTCLAM SolidGoldtroduco our woikG genuine Platinum tshePhotographers of Ihblea and Children Jv You are InvIted to call and examine ourwork Everything finished by the per locatedupstairschardI Ky FOR Snore TNIC ONLY 4 a a- ca+ratlbILr7rA0tipbF3WB e N rwe Make Our Bow To you in our Now Quarters and Invite you to use our Now I House and us as you liayo in the past Our business as wen flfl othors admits advancement and we arc not satisfied unless we nro nbreast of tho times or t AHEAD OF OUR COMPETITORS t hence tho change wo have rondo and n lllllo point nnd cleaning has made us a very good business room and wo want you to and BCO us 3como T THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAMFORD KY ICED 0 1904 PENNYS Corn Guru II a safe and i luro curo for coral and bunion Pon nyI Drag Store Stanford Kr REUEUIIBR that we return your mon ey If White Pine aad Tar lalll to re lien your cough and cold 25 cents a bottle Peouy S Drug Store Stanford i PERSONALS MR R L HUIIDLE Is quite lck Dn J 0 CARPENTER was al MontU cello Saturday MR D O COL80N of Clarence was I here Saturday PiNKERTON is at home from i zLcolkego at Lexington COL WO WELCH was at Crab Orchard Saturday and Sunday t Mass n C PAHRIS spent several days with Louisville friends j MlBSJEANLABLKYof Crab Oroh Ird11 with Mrs Annie Lesley MR M B LEVY of Loulivllle was flare with hls sister and brother MR JOIN DAILEY and son of Wash ington county wero hers yesterday JUDOS OEO M DAMSON was at homo from Covlogton a short while Miss ANNIE LooN MAUT1N eater tamed lo honor of Miss Sue K Elmore COL D W TRinULB of Madison was with his sister Mr P P Nuonol- I Icy HANDSOME MIRE JANE LYNE of i Faretto is with Miss Dollto McRob arts JOHN H SHANKS who is night op orator at Lebanon U at bomo for a few dal LAWRENCE VANARSDALE of Loul vllle pent Sunday with the bomefolk here MIss MYRTLE AllaAw returned to Loulivlllo with her uncle Mr M O Levy MR J S REED ot Lexington has Joined his wife and son at Mr J M Whites MISS SUE E ELMORE left yesterday for Loulivllle where she will make her homo CLABIC NEWLAND and Sterling Cur tit spent Saturday and Sunday courting at London Mn J M MOROUERTS who It at his sons Mr H J McRoberli quite i III is no better DON HARVEY HELM spent yeiter r day In Mt Vernon whero ho was j warmloy received MESDAMES J F HOOKER of Pin burg and Wm Blankeniblp of Our gin are with Mrs W O Speed OUR friend Lincoln Well of Voee i mlto had the misfortune to fall and break one of his legs a few day ago REPRESENTATIVE J M ALVERBON and Doorkeeper A C Dunn came homo from Frankfort to ipend Sunday MESSRS SAM J DERR and Wm Hatchett ot Wasblngtoncouoly were horo yesterday with Mr M M Sweoo i ey MISS FEE COKENDOUllER Of Nol i laD county and Mlit Evelyn Carson of Huitonvlllo are with Miss Carrie I DunnUEO CHANCELLOR who hu boon with J 8 Wells the Danvlllo drug i f gist Is temporarily working In W B r1 McRoborts J E NEVIUS of Lancaster spent i Sunday with hla mother hero Ills lit tie ion who was scalded Thursday Is I doing nicely nON tItK BOURNE Reprceenta tin tram leery county camo over from Frankfors and spent Sunday with k a lady friend here MISSES JULIA B AND ANNIE HALL entertained at tholf home Saturday evening Over 20 were present and all t spent delightful ovenlpg MRS JOSEPHINE EVANS and Mrs George C Keller loft yesterday for Or lando Fla where they will ipend the remainder of tho winter Advocate MESSRS J O FRITH and Jt Harvey Dunn ot Brodbcad were hero yester day The latter came to attend tho burial of his relative Mr Chas Dunn Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDERS left Sat urday for Louisville to ylilt relatives After a short stay there she will go to Indiana and spend some time with Miss Ada Crlm MR T F SliNK an old dispatcher but who has hold the agency at Row J land for several years will go back In ofllco at Livingstonto tho dispatchers I W Fish of Haliey will succeed him and J N Parsons ot Lily will succeed El A 0 Mr Fish at agent there MISSES FANNIE o nOTE of Clove land and Battle Shearer ol Richmond aro the guests of Mies Sun and Daisy McGuIre LOCALS Goon strong work horse for tale H J McRobert ALL kinds of fet coal cheap for cash J U Baughmao Si Co KEElloMrsGee Pickets lecture hero on the evening ot March 11 o J C COULTER lOrd to Judge Wm Myer his Beaver Creek Oil do Gas Co stock at 117 60 TUB three eu ploloucharacter placed In jail bare Sunday night were released yesterday FOR SALEA c00hand cooking stove good I new at half wholesale price Joi Ballou 2t TUB firm of Weatborford sir Myer will open their new store at Huston vllle on Thursday next I I FOR SALK Clean uptodate millin ery stock Reason for telling Illneit Mrs Cleo W Brown Stanford I MOST of the delinquent list told by Sheriff M S Baugbman yesterday was bought by the State and county I CALL at Peter Straubs shop on Sam erect Street and tee the Aeromotor the belt windmill made Something now TilE Ladle Aid Society of the Proi byterlan cbureb will meet with Mr H C Farrl Friday afternoon at 2 o clock LOSTWATCItrgold open face watch Lost between Graded School and Rowland Return to Mn Carrie Shelton Rowland Ky WANTED Good man or buy to as tilt In dairy and do light farm work German preferred Good wages to the right party W S Towmoy Danville Ky ONE of the Best show leon at Walton Opera House for a long time was that given last night by the My Friend From Arkansaw Co Itaod a much larger crowd was deserved than was present TIT was reported last wok that Crab Orchard bad a case of smallpox but when health officer Dr W J Edmli ton wont to Investigate ho found a very sick Negro boy but there were no symptoms of the loatbeiome disease I MR W W RAYS has bought of his mother Mrs Kato Hays her residence on West Main Street now occupied by Mr J M Thompson for 11800 Ho will got possession In about 10 days Mr Thompson has rooted J T Jones property In the West End of town n COWAN Mlts Catherine Cowan aged 80 died at the home of Mr t G Jones and was burled In Buffalo ceme tory Saturday morning after services by Rev P J Ross Sbo bad boon a sufferer from paralysis for year and death must have been a sweet relief to her She was a sister of Mr Jones dead wife- WIllrE at Dr J G Car pouter organized tbj Wayne County Medical Society Lr A S Cook was elected president Dr Eben Rice vice president Dr Woodrow secretary and Dr Rankle treasurer The latter two gentlemen wore also chosen censors Drs Cook Rico and Woodrow tho county judge and county attorney were made a board of health THE entertainment given by the pu pile of the Sixth and Seventh grades Mr Cochran teacher at the Graded School Friday night was both Instruct ive and pleating Tho recitations songs piano solos drills eto were well executed and reflect much credit on both pupil end teacher Theaudl torlum was crowded and tho largo as semblage was thorougly edified and en tortafned DUNN Mr Charles Dunn died at his homo on Rush Branch pike Satur day night of a general giving away aged 73 A wife and two sons survive him Tbo funeral was preached at tbo home at 10 oclock yesterday by Eld Joseph Ballou which the body was In Buffalo cemetery Mr Dunn was a member of the Christian church and was a kind hearted clover man He was one of the countys old est citizens and at one was one of Its wealthiest The wife and sons have much sympathy la their low Special Prices on Seasonable Boots In order to Introduce our selves and our New Location wo offer the following LOW PRICES Theo prices lire in effect today and as long as they last 16 coma for choice of 20 pieces of Galatea This name is enoughand needs no comment 74 cents we offer a regular lOc Percale in Red Blue and Black and White 7 cents for a yard wide Bleach Cotton worth 8 j cents Wo bought this last August when cotton was 6c lower on the pound than today and this accounts for the Very Low Price 10 cents for tho very bet washing and wearing Cheviot Gingham over offered to our trade real vnluol2J- f cent for choice of 26 Beautiful Patterns in Torechon Lace 1 to 3 inches wide 10 cents for n very large 24x8lioneycomb towel The raw cotton in this is worth as much as we ask tor tho towel c SEVERANCE SON IALL accounts of Craig t Docker must bn paid at once W N Craig tuccciior WE have an abundance ot millet and clover bay cheap for caeb J H Baugbmao it Co I YOUNG Charlie Pence Young the 12jrearold son of Everett E Young ol Highland died of manlnglili and was burled at the Methodist church Sunday morning MrE S Young an uncle of the deceased came up from Somer 101 to attend the burial IT li announced that tho L k N will be completed Into Atlanta and that trains will be running from Louisville to that city by July 11f the double fifcei of men and machinery at work 00 the Black Oak Ridge tunnel can possibly get the construction In shape The Atlanta bound trains will pass this place GEORGE F ofMaokrllle wonIrepresenting University took the iccond prize It the Intercollegiate declamatory content at Danville Friday evening Prof H S Eubank of this place was one ol the judget IN a flgtit near Mr Wash Browns waibadlywho was considerably cut Johnion railed a disturbance at Mr Drown and when Albert Drown called him down the former shot at hIm but missed him la tome way Brown got possession of Johnson pistol and beat him severely over the head with It ua ter Johnson got Browns knife and stuck It In him making an ugly wound A doctor who was called told ui that both men were bloody as could be but that neither was seriously hurt MR W R DOZIEH who has charge of a force of men who are selling Bomo Comfort Ranges In this section showed ui the blue print of what will bo the largest kitchen In the world It will be at the Worlds Fair at St LouIe and the Wrought Iron Range Co maker of the Dome Comfort Range will equip It A Homo Comfort Range 00 feet long le being built and In addition there will be 20 feet of charcoal broiler 20 Immense kettles for making soups stocks eto There will also bo steam and vegetables cooker and meant for keeping plates warm The kitchen will bo equipped with a view to feeding JOOOO people at once and Its equipments will cost from 815000 to 120000 I oftbsmostHonuiULE One atro cious crimes ever committed In this section WAI the killing of Operator R W Rucker In the Danville depot late Thursday night Worn out from lose ot sleep ho called up Burgln and asked the operator there to call him at a cer laIn hour as be could hold his eyes open no longer Tho sleep knew no waking for while ho lay on the oper atord table some fiend steathlly crept to a window only a few feel from Mr Ruokeri head and fired a fatal shot The door to the office was then broken open the cash drawer containing tome 130 or 110 taken and tho murderer took his flight Blood hounds were brought to the scone and a trail was started tome 40 or 50 determined men following the doge The search Is befog kept up and will bo until tbo per petrator of the horrible crime Is landed behind prison bArs or until every effort to find him proves futile Rewards have been offered aggregating nearly 11300 the railroad company County Judge Prowl Gov Beckbam and prl vate Individuals running the amount up to the above Two suspicious char- actareono a low dark complexioned man the other a talf blonde have butimetILhewas a model young man He had been married only a real or 10 and thoyoung widow Is well nigh heart broken over her loss He was a strict member of tbo church popular with all and his death Is a severe loss to the community In which ho lived An Immense crowd attended his funeral at the Baptist church In Danville and followed the remains to their last resting place In DeautlfullBowere epleDdldIj WANTED Good farm bandglll fur nlsh house J C Kerr Rowland 2t I TUERE will be an old fiddler con test at MoKlnney on Thursday evt nlng Feb IB THOSE citmagainst the es tale of Barry Eogleman deceased an requested to present thtm to me a once properly verified J B Paxton administrator I MR W A FOWLE who was appoint ed to collect the school tax In the Row land district tells us that a penalty of 6 per cent will be added on Friday next Mr Fowl le now a notary pub Ho and he offers his services as such IN the county court I yesterday tbp will of Johnson Crow and Harr En gleman both colored were probated The former leaves his house aod lot la Mackivllle to his daughter America Crow Mr J B Paxton was made ad mlnlitaator of Englemani estate I THE tornado ot Sunday morning did great damage In this and adjoining counties Fences by the thousands of panels were blown down trees were uprooted In many sections house were unroofed and some blown down but oaly one person was Injured that we have been able to learn It wee Mr White who lives at Walltown Casey county wno baa a limb broken by her house being turned over Our Huston vllle letter tells of tbo damage done there and at Liberty At Crab Orch ard the Christian church wall wrecked beyond repair at Brad bead tbo depot and several houses were unroofed at Ktngivllle W L McCartyi barn was badly damaged while In and around Stanford no little property was wrecked Several chimneys on the Graded School were blown over a portion of the tin roof of J H Baugbmans elevator and J H Boonos livery stable were removed Dr Reid lost a small tenant house and a half dozen apple tree George W Carters barn and that of J M Carter Jr were badly demolished and many others suffered by the fear ful wind storm Dr Reid Mr McCar ty J 0 Atkins and Mrs Susan ODear all had tornado Insurance and are not worrying greatly about their lots Cy olune Hall at Rowland lost a good part of lie roof and Mr lease Hamilton had a number of apple trees removed Produce Wanted I Wo want your trade and will pay you the EggsFeathersCall at- NORTOCOTT THOMAS StanfordKy NOTICE Notice U hereby given to the owners nnd holders of the 113000 Lincoln county 4 per cent bonds of series A Issued March 1 180910 year bond optional In five years that tha Court will redeem said series of bonds at Mio Lincoln County National Bank of Stanford Kentucky on March 1 1004 as provided In the taco of said bonds JAB P UAILKT J L 0 0 Students Take Notice At the annual tth of entertainmentlullto be given Monday tb 1001by Jones Kelsay at Oak Grove there will be given to the student within school age delivering the best original 1th of July oration two premiums gold to the first and es In gold to the second All wishing to enter this contest mast give notice before June 15 1904 TONES KBLSAY Yosemite Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO I Road Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farms will to see us We have a number of flee Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have If you desire to sell It In our hands Office at fioonet Livery Btabl Stanford Ky KU Blue Grass Farm For Sale As executrix of W 8 hums decd I will on FEBRUARY IB 1004 at 10 oclock a m on the premises offer for sale at outcry 510 acres of Ono Dine Orass landuTbe Hume Farm situated on the Nashville railroad 8 miles south of itlchmond on a good turn This land will bo sold In three tracts and as a whole It Is well Improved having U a twostory resi houseIa magnificent home For particulars addressW HUME A CO- RlcbmondI Ky NEW FEATURES We have added a big lino of CARPETS MATTINGS RUGS ART SQUARES CURTAINS SHADESand OIL CLOTHS Wo also have a buyer in New York to look out for BARGAINS and the Now Things as they como out Thlsvwill be decidedly to your and our advantage We willcarry n lull stockof 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 IN DOUGLAS SHOES 300 and 35O HANAN SHOES 500 and 600 j The Kind There Is No Doubt Abu f 1 11 4 Cummins a McClary JiM w 7JiI1WJfJ 4Q 11 a 71IJ 711 swiS RtsJob Lots 7 6 t fr This is the time of year for cleaning up We all have odds and ends We t I M tcant afford to keep them they accuy 5 mulate too fast Prices on our coats gj tJand suits reduced about 20 per cent 4gHigh top shoesand boots about the 2V 6 same A lot of mens stiff bosom col stored shirts worth 100 to close at- x 50c all sizes A lot of mens fine f shoes worth Ifrom 150 to 350 but ft IP out of style to close at 100 a pair4 flOO underwear at75c 5Oc under vS wear at 40c We want to clean upa LkfaS and these prices ought to do it I s eRPe Terms f Casher e1r HJMRoberts IP 8a ees l alalfI11i1 tS lyYtlit ln COMEIAnd see this before you buy You get in this a slack or coke or trash burner It is an Airtight Hot Blast combined Too much can not be said for a Stove like this v Geo H Farris COtt Stanford Ky trix and Panic jI GREAT GAMES ty AT w N CRAIG Pharmacist Successor to Craig sit Hocker 0 t STANFORD KENTUCKY it If H Ii u THE GRFIT MNKRUrT SL1 V ILmade a satisfactory settlement with ourfi creditors our sale is now on in full blast E I CORE NOW ftND GET BftRGftINSfI JIWe Offer the entire stock of the New York Clothing and Shoe Store consisting all kinds of CLOTHING DRY GOODS BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS htceate i f 1E7 EE I ef PRXCESY J- Everything must gonothing reserved The stock of goods must be converted into cash at once If you want the GREATEST BARGAINS in the isohtry of your lives come early be fore the stock is picked over Everything SPOT CASH Remember this sale will not last CJ placeit r 1 Till NEW YORK CLOTHING BOOT and SHOE STOREt a Is C ROSENSTEIN CO Proprietors M t THE INIEHiORJOURNAL1 9 Altered n the portoffice at Stanford at laesau- erIhb111zrATw0ypal mjaA TtiAm rm 11 At 1 PER YEAR CASH I a whmROt sopsldpaOO will bsahartsd KKOXVILLE DIVISIDH 21T ota NOI1Ia 1Otpm- i i m inaISI Neil BOB QUIS 66749 A JrO o itIwlll stand tho above splendid Jersey near water at II SO permittedcI F mJ H 100HE C CO i Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv firGoodLIver Service at Reasonable Rates Oall on us on Depot Street Also Dealersl- nr Coil Dal7l Trailer Dunn IN Whisk Brandu Wines Beer Cigars Etc IOarpenter House I STANFORD KYI but the bet orders receive GuaranteedITailor I a Call I 1 D Wearen Insurance l pent Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of Now 1drk the largest company in the world Assets 187t83512 Surplus as regards pol cy holders 1943601869 Farm property in r Boyle Oasey Line coin counties Phono 21 Stanford Kentucky ha1Ir t rl I Y NOTIOEI An election for Directors for the Lincoln County National Bank will be held at said of lee on Saturday March Oth 1004 to elect directors to serve for ensuing year J B OWSLCY Oashlir d W Wallace Z SonI Blacksmiths and l oucy Horse Shears West Main Street Stanford Kentucky r RA JONES DENTIST I Stanford Ky I JIDce ovor HiggIns ci McKlnney1 Store Telephone N 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of tnrgttal and chronic diseases and for con inflation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes stone bills due when services are rendered and must b paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLES WIt1IEJI k BI Prorr JUNCTION CITY w KY S first Class Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Oratnjmd nay For Bale Small Farm For Sale I I I desire to sell privately my farm of 130 acres on the Liberty pike miles from Hnitonvlllo It Is all 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 otc Convenient to churches and schools Address n W Wife Jr Ty tone O T or call on J P Rlffe DUll 00 vllle Ky J L Beazley 6 Co IUndortakJr and ALSO DIALIKS r- aFurnlturcMattingsRugs They milkindsa call Price rlgkU STANFORD KINTDOKY If Ya GINSENG It la for the purpose of awakening an Interest among farmers especially In Casey and adjoining counties who are readers of this paper In the cultivation of ginseng with the hope that they will give the matter their careful at tention that this article Ie rrltteo The high prices paid by dealers have caused the wild root to be so eagerly sought after by the sang digger that In many pms It Is well nigh extinct besides tho rich north hillsides and valleys wherd it mostly grew have been cleared and cultivated to such crops as corn wheat tobacco etc and saw mill and timber men working out the timber have thus destroyed Us net ural home all pointing to the fact that its cultivation must become more and more profitable and that the do mand must In the near future look en tirely to the cultivated root for the supply Then wo will have better prices when a sufficient quantity baa been put on the market to give it a market val ue Doubtless nil who read this have seen the plant growing wild In Its na tive environments and know that it Is a plant the dried root of which Is of great value in ton markets of the world Yet all are not aware of its full value when In perfection growth and form and of the high estimate of that value when cultivated As this article Is written for the farmer aod especially for those of small means who are de sirous of finding some ready means of Increasing their income as well as a safe Investment for small savings It may interest them to know that the men who have made the greatest sue cess In the business are men of just that condition In life In further development of the Idea that ginseng Is a profitable crop to cul tivate I refer to the fact that but little land Is required no expense in build log large barns no great expense for stock hired hands etc In the bust ness of ginseng culture ono thing es pecially Impresses the writer and that Is that while the opportunities for fake and fraud are golden there Is not the slightest reason why a cultivator of the plant should ever resort to any sort of misrepresentation or fraud to profit In the business as It Is amply remunera tive in itself From the product of ooe ginseng plant the grower gathers a def mite number of seedwllch If planted germinate and bring forth a plant of great possibilities and It in a given LImo bears In turn a definite number of seed mean time forming In the ground a root of definite weight size and val ue In conclusion let me 8a let overy owner of a spare piece of soft and a few dollars try the cultivation or ginseng relrotItYosemite Ky What Are They Chamberlains Stomach and LIr6r Tablets Anew remedy for stomach trou bles biliousness and constlpatfonand a good one Price 25 cents For sate by W N Craig OttZtk t c c HIGHLAND David Burton has recently put up a saw mill near Thos P Carriers n P Young who was her by a fall leer August is still cooQoed to his room H F Uo too has moved to the Cash house pod W Q Terry to n P Youoga property There are several cues of measles in BryanllDThe weather has been so severe since Xmas that our many saw mills In this vicinity have not been able to do much consequently tbero has bone not much trade at our stores Miss Bessie Cash of Oakdale Tono has been visiting relatives hare M 3 Bastin and wild are with their children at PUUburjr Arch Butte aod wife of Plttsburg visited A A Baslln en route to Somerset Rev Waiter ODear has gone to Ashland Mr Hlldcrbrand ono of our German citizens sold out list week and has moved to Louisville Emil Jaosen who has been In Somerset for a year has returned to his farm here W B Newson and family of Oliver Springs Tone have moved Into our midst Joe Skidmore IB building a new house near W D Jenkins Barney Ernst has bought the Geo Ballard tract of land After a lingering Illness with that dreadful disease meningitis little Charlie Pence spa of Mr and Mrs E E Young passed away ai 8 P M Fri day the 6th Bis remains were laid away at the Methodist church burring ground Sunday after services by the pastor Rev U H Cannon To the parents and friends we say ever put vour trust in Him who said Suffer lit tie children to come unto me for of such is the kingdom of heaven SNCONSCIENCE A coo science stricken minister ai Maryvllle Mo sent to Beaton Quick Missouri Pacific passenger agent It 22 for the conscience fund A letter accompany log staled la 1899 the writer got a half fern ticket from Louisville to St Joseph via the B d O S W and Mis souri Pacific for his wife representing that It was for himself Concluding belays I virtually stole M from tho B ti O S W and 13 75 from the Missouri Paella I have sent Mr if H Dnrsoy the B sit O general agent at Louis ville 14 and send you the amount I cheated the road out of with Interest at six per cect compounded May you forgive me Mr Quick as I know my God has and may I meet you In hcav eo Yours for honesty Nearly Forfeits His Life A runaway almost ending fatally start ed a horrible ulcer on tho leg of J B Or ner Franklin Grove III For lour years it defied ell doctors end all remedies But Bockleus Arnica Salvo had no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruinee Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at Penny Drug Store 4 I First National i BankStanford Kri lCapital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established u the Deposit tank of Stanford ID test then reorganized the National Bank of Stanford In ISIS and agate reorganized as the Pint National lUik of Stanford In HIS having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for O Tears It l better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before in tie long honorable career Recounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 0000 DlndersI J B Paxton l L B Owsley B II Shanks w O Walker 000 W Carter AtTrustcontinuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Sale eWill sell privately Will also sell a IS horse power engine boiler All In good upbusinessPOWCI A BWIEMBV Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- atoTONSORIALART1ST nustonvllle Ky elegantlyP 0 Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so licited t I Offloirs 3 B ItOOKRtt Pins flT UAHRII Vlres J J UoROnmiTB Ohr W II WEAKEN Dkpr DlroforsrrV Reid Danville B T hurts Stanford J B Hooker Stanford W P Walton Leilorton McKioaeyMB It Ilancbman Stanford + T I lull BUnford Jas Robinson llobbls StanfordJEd Carter Stanford II Officers B U 8IUNK8 President J B OWSLKY I Oablni W M BB1011T Asst Oashlen JACK SALE I atDanltle C a Til UR9DAV MARCH 3100 Bend in your entries now The sale prom ContralIelltucky J+ G 1cGLARY tTlTDBRTAKBB 11E- MIJALMEDI And Doalear Ia BASXOEBB SADDL3WT t0 Stanford Ky- S j r ft