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J SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12 1904 8 AM NO 99iIi LAND STOCK CROPS ETC r U D Carter mm 10 a Missouri party blrtfoo black jock for 1376 Walter Martin bought of J E Oal nan a combined maro for 1140 Over 150000 bit boon paid for mule at Rusiellrlllo In the tail month Moore tk Rogers of Danville told a green trotter at Loplngton for 11600 Scolt Hudson has bought Fred Mc t WO Ginn 21101 from Float Jolly for 10 The board of supervisors of PuUikl raised tbo assessment of that county 1300000 FOR BALK 30 100pound ihoaU end I ij yearling ctttto J 0 Bay Crab Orchard Dawlhorno Scott Hudsons great t trotting mare brought 10000 ai tbo I LexingealeL Smltb Turoey of Cynlhlana j p ought of Leo k Walker of Garrard a 1prio for 1160 non B B KlDjt lot by deatb a fewI lays ago a twoyear old jack Ho valued trim at 1500 llThe wbealcropln Boylo county laid a farmer yesterday will bo a complete failure Advocate Joe Jordoo will be al Besrleys lia blo lo Stanford next Saturday Feb Ili Jr to buy good horses and mules Lutes k Co told to W U MOil 20 yearlings at 12335 and to Huffman tt Meier of Danville tome butcher slut at Je McAllister Urns of Moreland bought at the Lexington hone sales Disfranchise by Baron Wilkes dam Franchise by Electioneer for 1290 and Clippings by Mnko dam Moonilona by Sultao for fID5 I PROTECTS THE SYSTEM AGAINST r ATARRH Hyomol Provonts Colds And Cures Grip And Catarrh Money Back If It Falls An ounce of prevention U wortha pound of cure A tow breaths of Hyo ms1 through the neat pocket Inbattr tbatI oomes with every outfit will cheek a cold or the grip at the atari and prevent InlI out and hating lllnrM In all catarrhal troubles and dinette ofI the air pauige Hyorael has a poeltlve action not possessed br any other medi doe or treatment It U pleanint and coo venient to use simply put 20 drops of Hyorael In the Inhaler and breathe it a few minutes four times a day In this way every particle of air that enters the lung It charged with a healing balsam that kllla all catarrhal gars soothes and allayi the mucous membrane vitalizes the blood with ozone and makes a per inanent and complete cure A Hyorael outfit cOlt only SI and con Ulna an Inhaler medicine dropper and bottle of Ilyorntl Tbo Inhaler lasts a life time and when more Hyone la need ed extra bottles can be obtained for SOc Mr Penny gifts hit personal guarantee with every Hyomei outQt be sells to re fund the money if it doei not cure THE BURGLAR Burglar bold- Plaoned big Job flanks big silo For to rob I Bag of tools- DycamiteI Lantern dirk- Moonless night Planted charge Awful roar Blew site clean Out of door Quick grab out Inside box- Wrenched oft knob Also locks Nothing thnre Bootless burst Cashier bad Got there first Mayor MoLane of Baltimore when asked for a statement dictated the fol owing to the Associated Press Bal timore will now enter undaunted Into k the task of resurrection A greater and moro beautiful ally will rise from tbo ruins and wo shall make of this ca lamity a future blessing We are staggered br tbo terrlblo blow but we arc not discouraged and every energy oft this city as a municipality and Us city r gene as private individuals will bo doe I voted to a rehabilitation that will not only prove the slut we are made of I but be a monument to tbo American spirit Another Case of Rheumatism Cured by Chamberlains Pain Balm The efficacy of Chamberlains Pain iialra in the relief of rbeuniallim is being demonstrated daily Parker Triplett of OrigsbyVa ears that Chamberlains Pain Balm gave him permanent relief from rheumatism In the back when every titiageLetailed and be would not be without it For sale by W N Craig PREACHERSVILLE 1rcacherivlllo now nat tbreo store s Welter Scott Is stocking up tbo Duvall storeroom with a line of groceries nod Is contemplating a new building of hli own so that be can carry other lines as well Mil Katie Payne was visiting frlendi and relatives the Oral of the woek F F Blankeniblp went up to Rockoaelle I Saturday Noah Marsoe of Qarrard was with Jonah Manee John W Cummins was with tbo homefolks WalI tar Jordan was over from Cincinnati to be with bis parent and friends for a few days Ira Boltzala Is going to school lo Stanford nod Is making good progress Mr and Mrs Booth Sutton have boon visiting Mike Kennedy and wife Mr and Mrs J F Payne enter Lamed a crowd of youogilers Tuesday night Wo bad a destructive storm Sunday morning which was the worst we have experienced In the list decade Great damage was done to fruit trees and fen ces Seven stacks of hay oo J C Hor tons farm were blown down The chimney on F F Cummins house and the flues on tbo Ma onlo flail were blown down tbo unfinished bouie known at the fixer bouio on Mr Wm Uutcblni place was totaUy wrecked one of Gee Kings house was blown off Its foundation a distance of six feet The most comical thing about the storm was tbo way It loaded n chicken house oo the wagon at J KI Buttons Since this storm wo have beard several of our oltlitni say that they are going to din storm cellar Sentence Sermons Borrowed worth Is worthless as rellg lout capital Hitch your wagon to a star but dont tell your mule- Beavenly bread is never blessed un til tt Is broken A straight creed can never cover a crooked character Tbo sermon that Is easy to deliver Is often hard to digest Truth cannot bo expressed whore sin eerily Is suppressed A mana greatness li teen In his rec ognition of goodness The man with a face that would sour milk will not save men When a man Is holy bo will not need a certificate to the fact The only active prison bars are those we forgo with our habits U Is no use praying against tin while you are sinning against prayer The soul with wings does not worry as to the stability of this world You cannot lanctlfy your sins by calling their consequences crotiei There are no curative properties In tbo religion that Is taken as a dose The true preacher does not haye to wait for a pulpit to be opened to him When a man begins to edit the Bible to suit himself it Is time to audit his accounts to protect himself Some people bang outside like Icicles from the roof of the church and then complain that the church II cold If you Inland to praise Godfor eter city you bad bettor practice on your neighbor In time Chicago Tribune The smart frontier town was making an effort to secure a political convene Lion The editor of tbo local paper called on one or the solid citizens and laid a subscription paper before blm flow much do you feel like giving toward defraying the expenses of hold log the convention ho asked I dont tool like giving anything replied the solid citizen Why not What good will it do the town It will only benefit tbo saloons and the gambling houses Well great Scott rejoined they editor what also bavo wo got here A bank known as the Burksvllle Banking Company doing business In Burksvlllo closed Its doors last week It was organized about 10 months ago with Allen Saodldgo president and J E Williams cashier The stockhold ers lost about 15 per cent Messrs O W Alexander U and J 8 Young wero the heaviest losers The Bank of Cumberland settle all the outstanding business of the dqfunci bankAdalr News Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Unequalled for Constipation Mr A It Kane a prominent druggist of Baxter Springs Kansas says Cham btrlalni Stomach and Liver Tablets are in my judgment the most superior prepa ration of anything In use today for con stipatiou They aro sure in action and with no tendency to nauseate or gripe For aae by W N Craig The Boston Globe vls authority for he statement that tbo people ofthe Jilted States spend as much money fpr patent medicine as they do for dread NEWS NOTES Oil has been found at Wasblnglo Courthouse Ohio Another victim of the Iroquois The aloe fire died In Cnlcago Wm Bramwell Powell a noted educator Is dead In New York Dtvld aincbollff and his wife were burned to death at Chicago Holland has decided to remain neu teal as lo Russia and Japan C C FUgan an old Confederate tol dler U deed at Mt Sterling Four thousand glass workers at Pills burg have been ordered to strike John W Cudgel will establish a weekly newspaper at Mt Eden Shelby county Nelson Partoo a ragpicker with 125000 In bank was burned to death near Boston It Is asserted that Daniel J Sully hoe cleared 116003000 In his dealings with potion this season The loss at Ccclllan from the tornado Sunday U greater than first thought It will roach 120000 Baltimore Insurance men estimate the fire lots at 1125000000 and the In surance at 100000000 Six foreigners wero burned to death at Trenton Pa In a fire which doe stroyed six double dwellings The organization of the First Ken tucky Regiment Is a certainty with Col Blicoa Bioduun In command George Gardner a ell known Bath county farmer committed suicide by hanging himself with a clothes line The Equitable National flank of Now York has been closed by the Controller of tho Currency and a receiver named Henry CoUton aged 18 years while walking along Manning Slut In TrMgg county fell over the ells and was instantly killed Mr mod Mrs Bernard Brown and their child and William Stokes were killed at a Southern railway crossing at Waterloo Va The demands for space at the St Louis Exposition received from patent breakfAst food companies alone are cut ficient to fill the Agricultural building Over a dozen pbalr factory employes lo Brooklyn were compelled to jump from secondstory windows for their lives during a fire which did 1100000 damageWorried almost to nervous proilra tloa over the thought of leaving his lifelong home Goo Garner aged 04 a prominent farmer and ex Confederate soldier commuted suicide by hanging in Bath county Loulsvlllo rectifiers and blenders are making large purchases of whisky In anticipation of the passage of tbo flop burn bill which requires that labels shall be placed on bottles showing the exact Ingredients Coy Frazier of Tennessee spoke to 1000 miners at Coal Creole warning them that lawless acts must cease at once He said bo would call out the mllltla at the next outbreak Everyman in the crowd pledged himself to maintain tbo law The navy department has received orders to end tho anarchy In San Domingo Forco will bo used where nee eiary to protect American Interests This action has been caused by the con honed destruction of American prop only and the violation of International law NothingEquates Collo Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dr P B Spears of Pin chard Ala has become acquainted with the good quail ties of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and uses it in bis own family and in his practice lie says It beats any preparation I have ever seen for all bowel compalnti I do not think of recommending any other and also use it with my own children This remedy is for salo by W N Craig There was a vengeful look In the dill appointed pools eye I wish I was a pugilist ho said bee tween his tooth Id walk up to the editor and toe if I couldnt secure a lit tle politeness at least My dear sir answered his worldly friend If you were a pugilist YOU wouldnt have the slightest difficulty In netting anything you wrote publish ed Nearly Forfeits His Life A runaway almost ending fatally start ed a horrible ulcer on tho let of J D Or ncr Franklin Grove Ill For four years It defied all doctors and all remedies But Bucklens Arnica Salvo had no trouble to euro him Equally good for Hums Bruises Skin Eruptions and 1ilca 25c at Pennys Drug Store The largest hotel In the world the Aosonla of Now York has 2600 rooms and them is not a piece of wood in the building Most reptiles are notoriously deaf except caymans and crocodiles the boa teems absolutely so LANCASTER Mrs Mary ANoel of Danyllle wan burled here Tuesday afternoon Sat was for years a resident of this county and was known and loved by many wbo wore pained lo learn of her death Miss Florence Harris entertained very charmingly Tuesday evening In honor of Miss Florence Donald of Mayivlllt Delicious refreshments wore served and all enjoyed tbo eve ning thoroughly Mill Lizzie Hudson has returned from a visit to relatives In Nicholas villa Cbenauli Elmore and Clay Kauff man attendrd tile reception given byI the Juniors In honor of the Seniors of Jessamlno Institute i MUs Mamie Gubbard was married to R B Soper at the home of the bride Monday They aro both residents of Ibis codnty and belong to families of sterling worth License was also Is sued to Clayno Davis and Miss Paltle Calico Saturday The marriage will take place Feb 10 al the home of the brideThe workmen are busy at the CbrllI tlan church erecting a platform for the pipe organ It will perhaps require two weeks to get the work done and the organ In place Tbo Instrument Is said to be superior to others used In larger churches and by wealthier con gregations Lancaster always wants tbo best Mr John M McRoberts the aged father of Mr H J McRoberis who has been ill for tome weeks In Stanford was brought to Lancaster Tues day and Is with Mr R E McRoberts lIe tiDed the trip well and Is comfortable and In good spirits He has no pleasure greater than reading the INTERIOR JOURNAL for Lincoln county people are very near to him Tbo banquet given Tuesday evening at the W C T U rooms by the citi zone of Lancaster was one of mucb enjoyment In every way Covers were laid for 45 and the menu eervek was elegant Cheerful conversation bright wit and repartee together wltb touts given by Rev O M Cbumbley and responses by Meters R L Davidson R H Tomllnson Capt Herndon Prof Mannlx and Rev Tinder made the one casion one of rare enjoyment Mrs M D Hughes entertained a number of friends at dinner Tuesday the occasion being the 35th annlvuna ry of the marriage of Mr and Mrs Hughes Mr Hughes Is known by aUlD this section Mrs Hughes was born and raised lo this vleinty and was Miss Martha Elkln Their three children aro Saufloy Hughes of this city Mrs Percy Nolond of Spokane Wash and Robert E Hughes the rising Kg hi In journalism In Kentucky Perfect Confidence Where there used to be a feeling of uneasiness and worry in the household when a child showed symptoms ofcroup there Is now perfect confidence This is owing to the uniform success of Chain berlains Cough Remedy in the treatment of that disease Mrs M I Bastard of Poolesvllle bfdIn speaking of her axe penance in the use of that remedy says I have a world of confidence in Chain berlnina 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 W N Craig JAPANS STRg OT LWaehlpeprep- ared for action 114 Army bated on war tooting num bore 105000 men- Navalforcos 135000offlcers and men Naval reserve 7000 officers and men- The Japanese navy Is made up of six battle ships 22 armored cruisers three gunboats 15 torpedo boat destroyers 33 first cleaa torpedo boats and 48 sec and and ihlrdclais torpedo boats RUSSIAS STRENGTH 61 vessels In far eastern waters The standing army consists of 3450 000 men Available for action in the far east 276000 men Naval forces 65000 officers and men- The reserve force numbers 30000 Eastern flotilla Includes eight battle shies five armored cruisers eight pro tocted crullers 20 torpedo boats and 12 torpedo boat destroyers 1 4 Gwanpa cud three Yearold EI ale whose mamma bad been reading Bible stories to her was oo In zo arkCertainly not my dear replied the old gentleman Zen continued the small Inquisi tor why didnt oo det dwound Chicago News Of course I will be uglier some day she whispered Impossible he replied gallantly And bo wonders why she sent nit pres ante backNew YorkerjH HMM I MWPMB A pereoecan now go from New York to Seattle oh Puget Sound lo four lays t for your choice of any Winter Suit or Overcoat inthe house We are offering the remnants of the Ibest stock of Clothing we ever brought to Danville and there are big bargains for those that come at once This price Is cashnone of these good charged I T o MILLER Danville Ky j THE GLOBEt I m gji FARMERS yWE HAVE A GOOD STOCK OF J T rf Northern White Seed Oats and Tim othy Seed Blue Grass and Red Top also a stock of homegrown Orcnard Grass Our profits on the above seeds are small and we are compelled to have the Spot Cash When you get the seed Please do not ask l us to ticket Field Seeds 1 e ss HigginsMKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY Saul Next summer when the water works water gets bad you will wish that you hadjiad that old leaky gutter made new lJ willjxs too late when the summer drouth sets in Iram agent for the HASELDEN PATENT FILTER the Best Neatest anti Cheapest Filter on the market they are in several States in the Union with hundreds of them in Garrard county its home Cull 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 and Sheet Metal Wo- rkS H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky r PIr LTi- IIF GREATEST GAME t- It I cant be surpassed for laughter and fun making g Fun for everybodyyoung and old Learned in five minutes Price 50 cents Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky l- lr h ieT start in the New Year Right c By Trading With torDa McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD 0 I l THE INTERIOR JOURNAL l E C WALTON i THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject tee action of Ihe democrslk party 1to GEO W DE BORD la a canaldate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject M Inc action of tho democratic patty I T JEFF HILL SR- I a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to 11 e action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN Is candidate for herl3 of Lincoln county subject to a action of the democratic party DINK FARMER ts a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to I IBS action of the Democratic party JAMES CHAYSII candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the I eewcratlc party I WIHERRINIIs a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of theIOowcratlc party SAMUEL M OWENS k a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject I to the action of the democratic partyIi MEREDITH E PRUITT I Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to tb action of the demo I oatfc party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools Lincoln county subject to the action of the demo 1cn 1 party l HON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In the totheceIontof IMeDeowcratk lUll feet party Your sup port k earnestly solicited THERE lea rumor flulA that friends of Col D L Moore and Bon Gen G Gilbert are each trying to Ret a candi date for Coogreea from Madison coun 1tythinking that they can by that method item the tide to Lion Harvey Helm of this city We are satisfiedI that Madleon conty Is for Lincolns worthy son and do not believe the t friends of Mr Helm there will let aoy gentleman of that county become the tool of eltber Messrs Moore or GilbertA Lincoln has stuck by Madison through I l thick and thin and the good democrats of tbat county realizing the fact are sow ready to return favors Besides n Madleon has bad the Congressman for several terms prior to Mr Gilbert s election and It the home of Senator McCreary It Is Lincoln county time to have the candidate for Congress and e 1 If Hon Harvey Helm Is not made the standard bearer there Is certainly noth login the signs of the times THE Cantrlll School Book BIll be came a law Monday without the ap proval of Gov Beokbam He Issued a statement In which he says there are Many features of the measure which he could not Indorse but he would not ve to It because of Its provision for a uni formity of text books and the cheapen log of them He thinks the preset Legislature should amend the law by striking out the provision which reo aagnUes existing contracts with book I companies making the point that as It I etaftda the law cannot becomo fully elI1 fective for two yearsIIi IN a recent Interview given at the t State capitol Judge Guffy speaking ofI r the lato William Goebel said 1 guess f some of tbeeain my party would object to me saying it but I say It neverthe less that the democratic party lost Its best man and the common people belrI ablest champion when Goebel was murdered Bow refreshing It In to 1readof a republican honest and liberal enough to speak his true sentiments All honor to Judge Guffy May his already slim shadow never grow leuI THE appointment atEditor F J Campbell of the Somerset Journal as- A rgernber of the 8 tite Board of Equali J zation is a most excellent one and wd congratulate Gov Beckham on his good selection Besides being well Jilted Mr Campbell has been ono of the governors staunchest friends and supporters and he Is In every way de Fserving of the honor That he will do bis duty as a member of that board and do It well no one who knows tbe splen did gentlemen will gainsay I IN speaking of the justice of the yerE diet of death against Warner for the t cmurder of Master of Machinery Leed the Louisville Times makes this remarkable and humiliating statement I Should the sentence of death be car ried out against him be will make but r the second of two murders out of the 250 brought to trial In Louisville in fi the past 10 years who has paid the fullI t measure of his debt to the community Bad tbe State f TilE Baltimore tire so far as the de struction of property la concerned j dwarfs otber great fires like that of Chicago for Instance Into Insignifi I Fortunately there was but lit reportedtkilled while there were sinceatal TilE Adair News bill put In a new folder engine etc and1 cylinder preai eoraee out In a new dress Brer J3ar 1tieIs a hustler with a cap H and yro arejtladtbaee him prospering aa he a j teems ta be L r GC A SCHOOL of matrimony Is to be es tablished at Dee Moines Iowa Classes of young men and separate classes of young women are to receive Instruction la the responsibilities of mauled life The venture Is sure to prove a failure The proper conduct of marital reIpoD sibilities are learned by experience Tbey cannot bo taught by theory IK the war botweeu Hurna and Japan ninetenths of too people in this put of Kentucky sympathize with tbe latter who have gotten the best of the game so far POLITICAL Congressman Ollie M James of the First district Is seriously 111 in Wash ington Democrats of the Fourth District will bold a primary Apr 23 to nominate a candidate for Congress The Senate passed the bill appropri 975000 for Improvements at toe State A arid M Coliepe Admirers of Judge R F Peak pre him with a handsome chair and beautiful floral design when ho open ed court at Snelbyvllle Monday Tho Kentucky Senate passed House blUe appropriating 157000 for the Con federate Hum at Pdwee Valley and 15000 for the Kentucky Childrens HomeThe Senate committee on Approprla tions has decided to report favorably the McDonald House Bill appropria ting 157000 for additions to the Confederate Hume Th Oouea decided tbe Connell Howell election contest from Pennsyl vania unseating Mr Howell democrat Throe republicans Toted against the resolution to oust the sitting member approPrlI lowing appropriatIon For Hopkins yllle 75000 for Danville School for the Deaf 125000 Eastern Asylum at Lexington 90000 Tbe lower house has done what Is considered a gracious act In voting to the two Infant children of the late D R Bubble of Pulaskl who was elected to the Legislature and died before the session of 1004 commenced the mileage and per diem be would havedrawn The legislator woo introduced a concurrent resolution to adjourn sine din February 24 Is evidently after a record All power of heaven cr earth could not tear the body from Frankfort before tho 60day constitutional limit has expired remark the Lexington Demo cratThe Spalding resolution providing for an adjournment of the General As sembly February 24 was tabled in tbe House Tbe House passed the Dental BUI and defeated the Senate bill re mojlng the tax from tobacco manu factured la tbe State by foreign corpo rations The Senate passed tbe bill raising the per capita of tbe Inmates of the Confederate hume from 8125 to 1175 The democratic committee of the 10th Congressional district has Issued a call for a primary election to be held throughout tbe district on May 7 next to nominate a candidate for Congress to succeed the Hon Frank B Hopkins There are 10 counties In tbe district and It la claimed That the primary will cost 12000 Besides Mr Hopkins Judge John E Cooper of Montgomery Ueo Calraes of Lee W C Taylor of Menefee J B White of Estill and others will be candidates and the race will be a warm one The House passeH the appellate court redistricting bill which makes six of to seven districts In the State solidly democratic The changes are as fol lows First District Henderson county Is taken out and Mublenberg county la added Second District Cumberland county Is taken out and Henderson county is idled Third trlvlWbltley county Is taken out end Cumberland county Is added Fourth District No change Is made Jefferson county constituting the dls riot Fifth District Laurel Clay Knox ted Owaley are taken out and nothing la added Sixth Dlstrlct Bath and Elliott are added Seventh District Bath and Elliott taken out sad OwsleyCIay Laurel Knox and Whitley are added Dispatches received at London con firm the report of the destruction by the Japenese of the Russian cruisers Varlsg and Korletz at Chemulpo The rumored capture of three Russian transports on the Korean coast la also confirmed with the additional news of the capture of four whaling vessels The captured vessels have bees sent to Sasobo According to official advices received by Baron Hayasbl at London only four battalions of Japanese have been landed at Chemulpo The Japan ese forces are said to have seized Ma sampho thus securing control of the Korean channel You poor boy heres a peony for you Now BOP crying Yesm thats what I was crying forLoodoe News The Joy Line steamer Tremoat was buraed to the waters edge atiltjs dock a1New York V IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Tbe Danville opera house Is to have lire eeltpn sod an asbestos curtain H C Calron of Junction City is putting In a bottling plant at London George R Davie homo In Boyle burned causing a loss amounting to ISOOO An aged German was burned todeath la his home near Breeding Adalr county Samuel MoCollum brother of G D MoCollum of Junction City Is dead In Garrard Allle Laogston was killed at the Ex celsior Mines near Mlddlesboro by fall log slate A twoyear old child of B Stopber of Mercer was fatally burned while its mother was out of the house Mrs Turner Flshe and Mrs Abe McMordlc both of Harrodsburg are dead from the effects of pneumonia Representative Hunter appointed Edward Nicoll Woodbury son of C M Woodbury of Mlddlesboro a cadet at West Point James Wilson alias Sordine A Paul Is under arrest at Frankfort as a sue peat In connection with the Rucker murder at Danville Big Will Burk has bought out the firm of Rankled Downs at Juictloo City and will conduct a general dry goods and grocery store John White the Negro who killed Officer Burns and Jesse Sharp at Mid dlcsboro Saturday night has been ctp tured The feeling alialDet hIm livery bitter Mrs H T Daniel of Richmond and Mrs Lucy Welch sod Miss Elise En glemaa of Danville were elected at a recent meeting of the Board as assistant supervisors at the Deaf Mute Institu lion They will take their positions aa soon as the new buildings are ready AdvocateRepresentative Hunter baa been no titled by the clerk of the court ofclaims that if the heirs of Gen T T Garrard of Clay county receive their war claim the Interest on it will bring the total sum up to about 1100000 Doctor Run ter saya In his judgment the claim will bo allowed together with the Interest HERE AND THERE Col Thomas E Popper has purchas ed tbe old Pepper farm near Midway Thomas Finn alias Thomas Lowrey a wellknown crook was given 10 years In the penitentiary by a Maysville jury for robbing a Covlnglon roan of a dia mondAt Mt Sterling Deputy Jailer Chas Sledda pistol fell from his pocket The pistol was discharged tbe ball enter leg the left cheek ranging upward The wound Is serious Tbe Book Committee of tbe Metbo dist Episcopal church in session at Cincinnati is discussing the expedlec cy of uniting the two book publishing concerns of the church located at Cin cinnati at New York A committee of the Maryland Legis laturo has decided to ask for national troops to guard the burned district of Baltimore Insurance companies are preparing to pay 50 per cent of losses at occe sod tbe balance when adjust meets are made The mayor has an nounced that outside aid will not be accepted at present To The Voters of the Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action pf the democratic party Aa circuit judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which baye become a part of tho States history and at a most critical time Aa judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put In force the provisions of the few constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever a Controversy arose as to Its proper con struction Almost innumerable cases baye burdened the dockets nf By court touching the rights bf Corporations and the exercise of franchises under the law Bow well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances la left to you to determine I will be verygrateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E OANTRILL When You Have a Cold The flrat action when you have a cold ahould be to relieve the lungs This is feet accoisb ed by the free uto of Chamberlains Cough Remedy This Remedy liquefies the tough mucus and causes its expulsion from tbe air cells of tbe lungs produces a free expectoration tad opens the secretions A complete cure soon follows This remedy will cure a severe cold in less time than any other treatment and it leaves tbe system jn a natural and healthy condition It coun enacts any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by VN Craig If you need Printing of Any Kind 1GivthisoEfice a trial r A 8 FKlCJb lurlHDtBUlt Stanford Ky jaseoW yeJtobllrW oatllBu1141n E ii Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford RIB Mahony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In the- counties ncoln and Casey i who may be seeking In surance against Kite Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and beet OldLino nom panic represented and the low eat pofalble rates are guaranteed Phone W- 2Itanford Kentucky KU Blue Grass Farm For Sale At executrix of W9 name deed Swill on FEBRUARY 18 I0O4 at 10 oclock a m on tbe premises over for sale at outer 310 sera of fine Dine- Orals landTbe Dunn Farm situated no the Louisville d Hashvllle railroad I mile with of Richmond on a good torn pike This land will be told IB three tract and ai a whole H la well Improved having on It a magnificent tw story real dence tobacco barn stock barn Ice bouse Unnant house etc belt In tailS at a cost of about 125000 lit well watered in One neighborhood a magnificent home Par particulars W 8 nUKE f 00I- Uchmond Ky Ic Dacca n D CARTBK BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STAJIKOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is solicited hone handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection a THIS IS A Presidential Year andjyou mutt KEEP POSTED The way to do this Is to read the WEEKLY OOOIllBBJOUBSAU Henry Watterwn Editor Twelve page Issued every Wed nesdayS A YEAR Revenue Reform Social Reform Moral Reform The CourierJournal lsue the belt Aliranac published Send SSc for a copy by mall COURiER JOURNAL CO Louts yonyulecan get the INTERIOR JOURNAL sad the WEEKLY OODUIER JOURNAL both one year for only llM 131fI Ur Try Wealth feJ South Peoria St CHICAGO ILL Oct 7 190a Eight months ago I was to ill that was compelled to lie or sit down nearly all the time M stomach was so weak and upset that I could keep on and I Vomited frequently I could not urinate great pain and I coughed so much that throat and were raw and sore The doctors pronounced it Bright disease others said it was consumption It mattered little to me they called it and I had no tie sire to live A filter visited me from St Louis and asked me if I had ever tried Wine of Cardui I told her I had not and she bought a bottle I believe that it 1 life I believe many women could save much suffering if they but knew of It value 7Dont you want freedom from pain Take Wino of Cardui andmake one supreme effort tote wellYou do not need to Lea weak helpless sufferer You can have a womans health and do a womans work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui train y druggist today WINEiClADUI n r hsa II GRAND LEADER Our SEW Tom room tho largest cud best lighted room in Stanford is being rapidly filler with tho choicest Dress Goods White Goods Walstingsr 4 j Embroideries Notions Trimmings I t fDris our motto every your money 1 buck for the asking OWSLEV BLOCK WATCH OUR AUH M fGRANDt I Nto4 e I 4 a Heaters e Joi Get our prices on Heat v i ers bfore you buy tsm Lamps Iveryrt JOHN BRIGHT JR COii h 10 i r i 3 0N a se t t t t tee e + e To The Farmers If you are in need of PLOWS oijieJ in and buy The Oliver The BEST One in the W- orldPerkinsW E i Crab Orchard Kentucky See That Your Ticket ReadsI Via TheM j- yh I 0111 c1 C Z Railroad a NOTICE I I wilt be In McKinney each Friday to BUY and PAY OABH for AU Kinds of LUMBER A B AUSTIN The New Mason HotelI RATES 12 00 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm 8HUOAB3 Proprietor Electric Lights In every room Rtfurnlthei and under entire New Management Bob the favorit porter meets a4 trains Urge Welllighted Sample Room Jesse W Sweeney riOPftlKTOH Livery TNt and Salt StAble Lancaster Ky lloraea well fed and cared for Up to date rlge at reasonable ratesI POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tree passing on our places and will prosecute to the full extent of the law OarpeoterJHolmes J 0 Neal VouOruealgaoJFred Brtumun Albert VonQrunenlgau J Z Snoouaraore T M Holmes II F Newland JB Oaolentlch Peter Ralmer W II Johnson Mrs Mary Olvefcn Uavld Stephens jamei M White and wife U P Hawkins Mr Mary Co Wajofe 1 UMBRELLAS IIUIK Arums Stanford t YOUR FRIEND WANTS 1t ONE OF YOU Elrods Uptodate PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY Is Now Open atCrab OrchardJlKy I tLJ8dper OOZcn Expert f OhIlJrcBYou Iltrminit t- uMsire over the Poetotfcer Crab Or 4- chard Ky FOR a SHORT TIME OILY s t1 So c 0 e JUST A WORD Wo would liko to Imvo you trutlo with UB lint U why wo advertise in tho IntcriorJourunl Wo havo been in Stanford n number of years wo Imvo helped to improve tho town wo have made many friends but it is not because of our long resi deuce not on account of our public spiritedness not that you arc our friend tint wo ask for your pntronngo Our claims for f your business arc hosed on what wo cnn do rather than what wo have donewo have the goods tho largest and Ijcst lino of goods being shown in this vicinity and at prices that no ono ran better Our intention U to deal fairly with everybody nt j all times mistakes nay occur and occasionally goods may not prove satisfactory Under such circumstances wo would urge everyono to report their claims to us at onco as wo wish no cuitoncr of ours to bo dissatisfied I tSEVERANCE do SON tTHEINTKHIUH JOURNAL BTAJCTORD KT FED 12 1001 PENNYS Corn Cure Is a sate and sure cure for core and bunions Pea nys Drug 0u re Stanford Ky REMRMIIKR that we return your mon ey IfWblto Pine sod Tar falls to re Hove your cough aId cold 26 cents a bottle Penuyt Drug ti141C Stanford PERSONALS BRYANT 1I MR BEN very sick J4188EULA TOTTEM Is down with measlei MM L K HDOUES was In Lexlng ton Tuesday MRS ELIZABETH CRCTCiirtBLD Is t down with pneumonia r 4MR M B LEVY spent several days In buying goods WRB LUCINDA Tninm who has been very sink Is some better JAMES BRADY has taken a position +ilih J Bacon k Sons Louisville t MR WALTER BOWELL of Cincinna ti was a guest of Mr John Downer FRANK BARNETT Is now assisting at the depot sod handling the express SIIELTON M SAOFLEY of the Lex it legion Democrat was here a short while Tuesday MESSRS 8 T HARRIS It C En gluman Jr and J T Embry were In Frankfort this week DR AND MRS JACKSON GIVENS of I Plttsburg were passengers oo Tues days Northbound passenger A MISSES FLOSSIE VANARSDALE and Betlle Simpson of Harrodsburg are with Miss Nannie Brent Newland Miss DELL FBLAND went to Pharps burg this morning to see her sister Mrs R L Berry wbo has pneumonia DR A 8 PRICE was well enough to return to Stanford yesterday He will be In his office ready for work Monday WALLACE GOODE formerly of the West End but now of Bloomington i lad bss been visiting relatives at Turhersvtlle MRS JOHNS WELLS Is entertain tog this afternoon at Flinch In honor of her sister Miss Linda Owsley Danville Newt R M NEWLAND orders his paper changed from Dallas Texas to New Ha will travel for M A IOrleaDI fi Co of that oily t MR J 0 McALiSTER of itorelaod l has decided to move lo Lexington cad engage more actively In the horse bus loess Hols buying up a good string of trotters Miss ERMA Warns has returned from a visit to Junction City accompa nied by her pretty cousin Miss Cyrena Belle White who will be her guest for a few days MR J W PERRfX has refuted a flat terlag offer from the Singer Sewing Machine Co to take his old position back He Is doing too well ID the gro r cery business here to accept the offer we are glad to say MR O M GIVKN8 returned Wed from a delightful visit obll Iaedal R H Glvens at Mobile Ala lo the South lair Glvene visited I many historic and Important places HeTays his son George Dunn and Ash t by Warren are all doing nicely to their Southern home Miss NINA CARPENTER oldest daughter of Mr Jr A Carpenter who l for some time has been stenographer at Kentucky University Lexington topped over with her parents from Sunday till Tuesday oo her way to Washington City where she has a po sition In the Patent Offloe Perryvllle Cor AdvocateLOCALS ALL kinds of feed mod coal cheap for cub J H BaughHao Co of KEEP In mind Mrs Gen Pickets lecture here oo the evening of March 1st WANTED Boarders at Myers House Rata Court day dinner 253 Mrs A B IWithers 2l I NOKLMrs Mary A Noel aged 82 mother of Rev R R Noel of this place died to Danville a few days since FOR SALK Barber shop with bath t 10room attached Good laundry trade Can make 150 to WO per month WSJ BurgU Liberty Ky I TnErTelephom0trione of the best mualcal coBieaiea of the day will hold the boards at the Danville Opera Q Route Saturday ullthtlS tIJ A S l A SIT OF HISTORY Fifteen years ago when Severance Son began business wo paid 6 and 7c for calicoes and other cotton goods in proportion Raw cotton was then 12 cents per poundtoday tho raw material is at least 15 cents and wo are now paying 6 J cents for calicoes and other cotton in proportion A child ten years old can see the advan toga of buying at tho present low prices wo are offering goods To celebrate tho event of high priced cotton we propose to inaugurate the greatest EMBROIDERY SALE ever promulgated by any house in this section Wo have gone through our and selected a largo quantity of the choicest Edgings and Insertions ranging in width from 3 inches to 12 inchec including some beautiful 12 inch skirt flouncing and costing frohi 10 cents to 40 cents per yard You will find IlmonftbCle the nnr row dainty and tho wide showy goods Now these arc extraor inory and we want all our customers to share in it In brder to give each ono an equal chance thcso goods will bt placedon solo Monday February 15th at 10 oclock These goods will be on display in our store room until that time Wo urge you to come early as the best will go first On the above named dato we will offer any piece at 10 cents per yard None sold before that ti- meSEVERANOE SON WANTED Good farm band 5 will fore etch house J 0 Kerr Rowland 2IITilKRK will be aiiold Oddlors cone teelal MoKlonoy on Thursday ore oloJl Feb ii a WE have ao abundance of mlllot andI clover hay cheap for cash J liaugbraan Co 011 T FOR SALEA band stove good as now at half wholesale price Jos Dillon SUNDAY Is tJi tines day and the stores are full of valentines both I sentimental and comic THE heaviest snow the Winter fell Wednesday and a good deal of It now covers the ground It Is clear and I cold THOSE having claims against the es tile of Garry Eagleman deceased aro requested to present them to me at once properly verified J B Paxton administrator SMALL PoxMiss Mary O Eogloi man daughter of Mrs Pttle Eagle man of Paint Lick has a welldevel oped cue of small pox She thinks she caught the loathesome disease at school at Klrkifllle LoVERS of old fahoned flddlln11 should be sure to attend the old fid dlers contest at McKinney on Tburs day evening next 18th Prizes will be given to the best fiddlers and also one to the ugliest fiddler ONLY 18 more days of winter remalr according to the calendar but the ground bog says we are to hays aI month or more of bad weather and It Is a hundred to one shot that the little varmint Is right about It WooDS N MAY Manager of the Somerset Real Estate Agency former ly business manager of the Harrods burg Democrat has engaged with the Jouroalas local editor and business manager and will eater upon the duties I at onco Somerset Journal HELDMre8anh Mulllns who was arrested at South Fork by U S Marshal Coleman was tried before Commissioner Lawwlll In Danville and hold to the Federal court In the sijra of 1300 She was sent to Jail In default of ball Mrs Mulllns Is charged with selling whisky without license BODYGUARD Night Operator Doty of Burgle Is temporarily filling the po sition at the depot here made vacant by the assassination of Win Huoker Mr Doty refused to take the position unless a bodyguard could be furnished him mod accordingly John Mulllni of this oily will be with him Advocate BAKER Mrs Kllia Baker aged 84 died of pleurisy and was burled In But falo cemetery Wednesday morning of ter services at her late homo by Rev P J Ross Ocr husband died many years ago but a daughter Mrs Emma Calmese Is left to mourn the loss of a Godly mother Mrs Dater was one of Stanfords oldest women MK JAMES WHAKTON JONES pro lessor pf oratory and elocution In Kentucky University Lexington will give humorous and dramatic readings oo the evening of Feb 10th at the Chris than church of Hustonvllle for the benefit of the church Tickets 25 and 35 cents Mr Jones II considered very superior In this art A large audience Is earnestly hoped for GOOD RECORD Mrs William Wal lace of the Paint Wok section sold past year produce to the amount of 1230 consisting of chickens turkeys buttery eggs end lard She olio sold reMitly 21 dozen eggs at2C 30 and 35o The above amount does not Include the meat sold of course Are there any good Women around Stanford who can beat Mrs Wallaces record If so let them speak I MR W A TRIu Leot for the Royal Insurance Co tells us that his companys risks lathe Baltimore fire amounted to over 11000000 but that the company will pay the leas prompt ly and then have 110000000 or 000 loll to pay other losses TheRoy al Is one of the best Insurance compa Ides doing business In Kentucky The Liverpool London Globe Insur ance Co also represented by Mr Trib ble bad a loss of about a million which it will pay triton Its olllco in London Thlp generous company donated 910 000 to too firostrlclcea people of Biltt snore SEEHiggins McKlnneys field seed ad GOOD strong wont horse for tale H J McRobens WAGON bases are Ira sea back banks etc at J C MoCla rys JOHN THOMPSONS IbowhArouod be World In 80 Minutes has been bboktd for May 7 LOST WATCH A gentlemans gold open face watch Lint between Graded School and Rowland Return to ore Carrie Shelton Rowland Ky A N BENTLEY has been Indicted by tbo Rockcastla grand Jury for the mur dot of Muter of Trains B N Roller The trial Is set for next Monday CATTLE on the hoof are cheaper by 12 to 3 POI 100 pounds than lo 1002 Why Is the price to the consumer as high or higher than a year or 18 months ago Can you give any reasonable rea son TUB murderers of Operator Ruckrr at Danville remain uncaught and the chances are that they will never be brought to justice The effort to locate them has not been given up however and will not be soon TUB Womans Foreign Missionary Society moot at the Methodist church on Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock Ev cry member of the church Is requested to be present Mrs Adella Woods cor responding secretary SALEMr J O McAllister will have a sale at Morel and Saturday week Feb 20in when be will dispose of 10 head of horses milk cows feed house bold sod kitchen furniture etc See advertisement next Issue U S- otNo braves knight liberty upheld the Confederate battle cross from 1861 to 1805 than Gen George E Pickett and every mn woman and child who holds In affectionate memory the sa cred traditions of the Lost Causewill read this work Mrs Plckott has not permitted the bitterness past Issues to Inject Itself Into the treatment of her subject She manifests In every line her supreme devotion to those memories which will continue to abide with her so long as life lasts and she makes no timid apologies In deference to changed conditions but at the same time she writes In such tweet that her work tbroughourbreathes the violet aroma of complete reconciliation and adds renewed testimony to the tact that the American people are one In heart again Atlanta Constitution Mrs Pickett will lecture at Walton Opera House Tuesday evening March 1 under the auspices of the Stanford Lecture Course Association MATRIMONIAL OR L King and Miss Ethel Walp were married at Junction City Wednes dayClarence W Danlap and Miss Lula Baugh were made one at D A Baugbs yesterday Miss Loco Doom of Mlddleaboro and John Howard of North Carolina were married Wednesday J T Spaldlog and Miss Maude Aball and Joseph Ed Mlles and Mill Florence Morris two well known Ma non county coupled were married TuesdayJ DUel of Paris and Miss Nan ole Carter of Alum Springs were beIgroom con nected with the K C R R and Is a promising young man A bostof friends congratulate him upon choosing so handsome a young lady for a wife and wish for them a long and prosperous life A FRIENDS Coulter White and Miss Sallie Bailey were married Jan 19 but their friends bavUjuat been made aware of the fact The I J knew It but at Mr Whites request kept mum The groom Is one of the West Ends clever est farmers and stock dealers and Is an excellent young man The bride la the pretty daughter of Mr J Wes Bailey and Is a charming young woman Both are popular young people and they have the wishes of their legion of friends for a long and happy married life James Wetberltl of Ontario Can bought of Clem Beaoby of Loxlngtoo the slx year old mare Emma Hoyt by Czar 2121 for 19009 JUDGE M C SAUFLEY The authorized announcement of be candidacy of Judge M C Saufley of Stanford fur judge of the court of appeals In this the firth appellate die trlct Is made In this issue of The Den Dora Of oft knowledge of law of hi ability aa a jurist and of bis Impartial tty as a judge even bis bitterest ene mles are forced to admit For twi terms and until last month bo had beei circuit judge In the 13th district aDd bis record upon the bench Is a crown of glory to him- Previous to his election as etrcul judge Judge Saufley held for four years with marked distinction a United States judgeship In Wyoming having been appointed thereto by President Cleveland During the civil war he fought gal lenity for the Lost Cause and rose from the ranks to a commissioned officer At the close of hostilities he returned to his native county of Wayne and bay ing always had a fondness for the pro fession of law be secured enough moo ey to go to the Louisville Law School where be soon mastered the science About 1870 he settled at Sat ford and soon took a leading part at the bar and In politic He has been ao unswerv log democrat and to the party he ap peals with hope and confidence Lex legion Democrat coldroppedJames White dead on KeDtoo Street Lexington from cigarette smoking He bid been a cigarette fiend for a number of years Produce Wanted I We want yonr trade and will pay you the best market price for Poultry Eggs Feather Uldos Furs Iron Urns Etc Call at NOUTHOOTT k THOMAS BtanfordKy NOTICEI Notice li hereby RiveD to the owners and holders of thofliOOO Lincoln county 4 pet cent bonds of series A hued March I- 1800tO year bond optional In fire year that the Court will redeem said series of bonds at the Lincoln Count National Hank of Stanford Kentucky on March 1 IDOL as provided In the lace of said toed JAB V IUlL T J L C C LUTES BOONE G CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky toAn peness wishing buy or ten farm will do well to see us We hate number of fine Lincoln and adjolnteg county farm for silo and win bepUased to show anyone what we have If yon desire to sell place It In our hands Office at Boooes Uver1 Stable Stanford xj- FOR SALE Ten acreof land a twostory front sever room cottage The house Is pew Asplon did garden orchard There Is a largi mill on the place a good crnnher and the damps la good repair and the natural powei Is great economy In running the mill Doe a splendid business Is In good repair and has all necessatj outbuilding The owners only reason selling is the rush of other business as he has extensive farming Interests to look after This prop erty Is on the Hanging Fork about 4 mile from Stanford and can be bought at a bargain for further particulars S U Thurmond Lytle Ky or L R HUGHES Stanford Ky tfi8 LGXinGTOn D OtRAClla4I- s the onlydaily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year It liespeclally deroUJ to the Interests of C3 the Democratic party and give all the news without fear or favor WIr Walton Editor 5 Pror Lexington Ky r 3Sce I MUSLIN UNDERWEARt r 4Corset Covers at lOc 15c 2t3c and 5Oc Drawers at 25 BO and 75c Skirts 50 75 and 100 Gowns 50 75 and 100j These goods are cut lull size and wellmade and beautifully trimmed i SEVERANCE SON t9- Dotit forget the place store recently occupied by the Grand Leader STIFF HATS Are Good Taste and AlWays Drossyl Our THEE OUNCE Is the Beat Stiff list on Earth for 300 See Spring Styes In both Soft and Stiff Hats i xli 1Ii 1 r b 1 Cummins a McClary eR iai1aaqalltaaDaNtgNtali iw KaaltaytR W es 1LittleWar 1ys e S a 9 6 ae f But they are here Spring Goods tlr- s coming in rust Clothing Shoes Shirts Neckwear are already in it We hope to be able to have our entiree stock in by March 1st You better w aj leisIP 1 eeyare cheap Ih 1 t a 1 I 1I Its 1 a I aw 4tTorms Cash tll SPECIAL HJMRoberts 11 str- ei 8 llIAu i iI COME And see this before you buy You get in I this a slack or cokeT or trash burner It is an Airtight Hot Blast combined Too much can not be said for a Stove like this Geo H Farris Co Stanford Ky Crix and Panic GREAT GAMES 1 AT w N CRAIG Pharmacistc Successor to Craig A hooker T STANFORD KENTUCKY t r 1 TFIIE GftEflT MNKRUT I A Having made a satisfactory settlement with our t blastH j C Ll l 111 l J r SWe Offer the entire stock of the New York Clothing and Shoe Store consisting of all kinds of CLOTHING DRY GOODS BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS Etc at I 4 rNl E4EC f P=ICEt Everything must go nothing reserved The stock of goods must be converted into cash tj at once If you want the GREATEST BARGAINS in the isrohtry of your lives come early be fore the stock is picked over Everything SPOT CASH Remember this sale will not mst but a few days Dont forget the date of sale and place- S THE NEW YORK CLOTHING BOOT and SHOE STORE C ROSENSTEIN CO ProprietorsIU TiE lNTRKIORJOURNALI Entered n the pat oQtce at Stanford at i loarau- erlNbtlabaaTtaG I paad Fttdav9- X I or PER YEARCASH In Wkra lot topaldaaOO will biebsnsd l K KNIXVILLEOmillM 2C Tula rag North 1W pm OM M210amr oM 41 H South M12 17 a m No 3s 123 pm- f BOB QUIS 66749k AJ 00 t I wilt stand the above splendid Jersey bull at my place near water at 1110 III advance Return privileges permitted f aJBrpAMENISOnfiUnford Ky t J H IOONE t CO Il Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford KV I Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on ulan Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal JatJl Traglor f UKALER IN Whisk Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc Oarpanter Oloi to Ill OpotSTAHFOAD Ky1 Prompt jnl polite attention Nothing but the be t todttbk Mail phon cr UKgraph order receive eronpt ittanlkm Iii L RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY eGoads WarrantedFit CallHIfL J D WeareR Insurance flU6nt r Fire sod Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New the largeat company In the world Asaeifl 61871063512 Surplus as regards policy holders 11 propcrtlnncola couutiee Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky J NOTICE An election for Directors for the Lincoln County National Bank will be held at said bank office on Saturday March 8th 1904 to elect directors to yearJ d W Wallace X Son Blacksmiths and FAnoyI HOMO Shows Wast Main Btrwt KcntuckY1r DENTIST Stanford Ky I iceriver Hlgplna A McKinney Stori Telepkoae Nu 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary U open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con loltatlon Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal bills duo when serrlces are rendered and must OO paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE L WIt1U1 as SN Profs JUNCTION CITY KY ReasonablefirstClass Turnout Rate Special Attention to Traveling Hen Drain and Jay For Bale Small Farm For Sale I 1 desire to sell privately my farm of 130 acres on the Liberty pike 3y miles from flustonvlllo It Is all grass and the land Is fertile and In good shape Ithas on It a good house of I rooms it tenant house two stock barn etc Convenient to churches and schools Address O W Rifle Jr Tyrone OT or call on J P lUffe Huston vllle Ky JsL Beazley 8 COI Undertakers and- Embalmers j ALIODBALUSIM FarnltureJlattlnpRu8 They allIdaHofStoCkacall MemlfktI- TANFORD KENTUCKY 7 OTTENHEIM Prof C Mulllns was a visitor to our town Friday Mrs Daniel Anderson Is suffering with rheumatism The storm Sunday morning blew a portion of tbe roof off of tore Graysono barn Eld J G Livingston preached ai grand sermon on tbe Millennium af Pine Grove Sunday Thomas Ballard has moved back told Kentucky once more and Is going t3 tire Wm Dyebouses saw mill It seems that tbe ground hoi day has not been definitely settled as all tbe old citizens of this place say that tbe 14lb Is the day A severe storm paused through this sictlon early Sunday morning blowin down fences hay stacks and fodder shocks and doing more or less damag- t barns sheds and other outbuildings E Scbanzenbacb bas returned from Cleveland 0 where be and hladaugh tar Eugenia have beon on a visit Tbe latter will likely make that her home it being the did home place of her pa rents Joseph Coleman had his house and contents burned Including 15 barrels of corn Also 116 in money that was In a trunk leaving him In a destitute coo dition Any contribution that his friends might give him will be highly appreciated r MEMORIAMIA brlet notice of the death of Lou Wood SOD nelce of Mr and Mrs I O Brown appeared In this weeks paper It was bard for the bereaved friends and relatives to give her up but tbe Father bad need of her and took unto Himself our dear little Lou It seems almost Impossible to realize that Lou could have been eo young her many womanly qualities placing her In a sphere far above her years None knew her but to love her and many stricken relatives and friends are almost paralyzed with grief Farewell dear little Lou May thy angel form hover ever near the bereaved ones thou hat left behind and may they look up acd be comforted with tbe blessed thought that their beloved Is Safe Id the arms of Jesus remem bering that yet a little while and wo may all hope to meet again In that Land wbero partings are 40 more 0 blessed hope Best of all the boons to mortals given It shines upon our spirits with a mighty power and gives us strength to kiss tbe chastening rod sloepFrom weep KATUERINE What Are They Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets A new remedy for stomach trove bles biliousness and constipation and a good ono Prlcol6 cents For sale by W N Craig The new Worlds Fair stamps will be on sale May 1 The Quiet Church Wedding Church weddings are becoming such extravagant affairs nowadays that only tbe wealthy can Indulge In thorn says an exchange The moderately wellto do family can not think of having the daughter of the house married In the church no matter how much they de sire this most vital step of the girls Wo Tbo quiet church wedding Is a Theochurch made ready for a marriage cer emony no longer presents a scene mad solemn by a soft religious light On the contrary It Is lighted with a Treat mass of costly flowers cod magni ficent palms while expensive tropical plants flank tbe altar In rich profusion thegboat music that Is to say music played beesecured The brides costume Ic order to bar monlza with all this splendor must be exquisitely manufactured of the coslll eitsMterlal Is possible to obtain Alt these things cost a mint of moo ey sod whan man In moderate cir cumstances hears his daughter ask for a church wedding be stands aghast for be knows be can never meet the bills But tbe house Is small and there Is no way of so arranging It that many guests can be Invited If the quiet church wedding were io vogue Q sim pIe affair without ostentation every one who wished could be present at the wedding of tbe tradesmans daugh ter But the hardworking father cannot afford to pay for tbo display of tbe conventional oburcb wedding Do IT nAt The timeworn In junction Never put off ill to sorrow what you can do to day Is now gener ally presented in this Do it today That is the torse advice wo want to give you about that hacking cough or demor alizing cold with which you have been struggling for several days perhaps weoics Take some reliable remedy for It TODAY wand let moat remedy be Dr Bosch ees German syrup which has been in use for over thirty five years A few doses of it whl undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter bow deep seated your cougb even if dread consumption has attacked yur lunge German Syrup will surely ef feet a curoas It has dono before In thousands of apparently hopeless cstcs of lung trouble New trial bottles Soc reg ular size 75c At all druggists FAIR WARNINOToh following no tics was recently found tacked on the door of a local church There will bo preaching la this boueo a week from next Wednesday Providence permit tin and there will be preaching hero whether or no on Sunday following up on the subject I He that belleveth and Is baptized shall ba saved and he that bellevetb not shall be damned at 830 IB the afternoon Clinton Mo Herald i j First National BankStanford Capitol Stock 50000 Tbll Initltntlon was originally established M the Deposit lank of Stanford In 1161 then reorganised at the National Hank of Stanford and again reorxanlsed u + the Pint National Bask of Stanford In having had practically an ualnter rnpted existence for 43 yean It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business promptlaad well than ever before mn Iu long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car poratlons Solicited s LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL Directors 1 0 Paxton 3 Owsley B n Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter Kr 15 1881 ATrurtcontinuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK- ACCOUNT noplogsutth business relations will prove mutually beneficial Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Saja Will sell privately Will also sell a 15 horse power engine and boiler All In good upbusinessIOVTKLL k BWKEMEY Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK I UpToD- atoTONSOBIALARTIST Ky elegantly IJ O Agency for firstclaw Limn dry News Stand Cig All work guaranteed Your business so licited 0 u Offiosrs J 9 HOOKKK Prest BT llAMRis V Pre 77 UcKOHKKTB Ohr W U VKAnCNAist Obr Directors F Reid UanTlllo BT Harris Uoford 3B Hocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnae U n Klmore Stanford S II lIu hmall Stanford T P 11111 Stanford Jas Hoblnkon Hobble J II lUuthtcan Stanford J M Psttus Stanford Kd Carter Stanford n STOCK 980000 J Ouitonvllle JOfficers B H BIJANKB President I J B OWBLETOaahlcr W M BBtOHT Asst Oaahleri JACK SALE I- WO will hold ourAnnual Jack Sa ltJ atnaaYllle on THURSDAY MARCH 3 IOU 1BdJnhJ0Mr entries now The Sala prom IUltot ever held In Kentucky LOGANbanlIIeKy J+ G McGbMy UNDERTAKER EMft3ALUFAnd DeaIar In A1KI8I fADDL It YllOa v t Stanford Ky rii 1