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II SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I iIVOL XXXI STAN FORI KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 16 19048 A M NO 100 IILAND STOCK CROPS ETC J M Craig told a pair of mule last week fqr 1230 Wheat la celling at II per bushel In NlcholMfllle and will go higher la 1003 there were 10458000 pounds of dark tobacco raised In Lrgaa county Tblriyolghl thousand persons work lo various Indusirles In the Chicago stock yards Leroy Used of Waihlngion county sold hi crop of 10000 pound ol tobto coat 10 coot A firm at Bone Cava sold 650 mule at so average of 1130 Mule overt where anl eelllng well Qubbd ft Eubanks sold to Van Qlme of Missouri four throe and toryoarold leaks for 12 000 We have a nice lot of culllv ated tamp rood free from rape or any foul toed for sale J T Dackley k San Judge John W Hughe of Mercer has told to J T Ougueley a one half Interest In hi pacing mare Nancy H for 4800 Irish potatoes are likely to be very high In tbo spring as they are very scarce Ooelblrd of the crop of Eng land was a failure In 1003 Arlaiocraarihe three year old chest T nat colt which bore tbo color of John tralnlolllqI eggs Rub a few drop of glycerine on j the comb aad wattles to heal them for until they aro healed you will get no eggs and egg are monoy those days an aa exchange I lid Gear the silent man of thee i trotting turf expects to duplicate his milady of last season ob the Grand Circuit Tbo great pacer Daroa Oral I Lid ts the horse blsbopts depend upon j I Itaron Orattan posed a mile lo the fall la 286 Kx I A Calera Ale dispatch says Old enough to be the great grandfather of i any living jockey or turfman who ro i In races on American track Altton Gibson whO once piloted tbo blueI blooded thoroughbred belonging to Uen Andrew Jackson is living lo re tirement hero and Is preparing to aol ebrate bit 110th birthday i hilinewlIII fterlnoonand a board of director The follow I log odlaer were elected Brack Don ta president Olive Ooddard vice I president Warren Allen secretary W W Knilmlnger treasurer A of 15 director wm elected The boardI olatloo I s DOW negotiating for the chase of suitable grounds for the fair and It will bo a permanent thing P T Fox Jr told to W J Davis of Bourbon a tine twoyearold Jack for George B Robinson of Marcellus for 1300 for G W Foster of Mercer a two yuar old Jack for 1275 for J 8 Royalty of Washington county a six hyear old jtok for MOO for George Ar nold of Washington two egad Jacks for 1180 for W 8 Glbbt of Boyle throe Jack and a handsome twoyear old stallion for 11300 for M O Eu bank of Bubble oco threeyearold jack for 300 for Fox k Logan one 7 year old jack for IU50 Advocate Breeder and trainers of thorough bred will be Interested In the an nouncenjent that Belle Meade stud famous from one ond of tbe continent to the other will be continued R O Brlen who for years was manager for Gen Jackson and after his death man ager for his son has been placed In charge and thoroughbreds will be raised as has been the case for tbe put 60 years Belle Meade stud Is not only I the oldest thoroughbred Block farm In this country but It Is probably the best equipped establishment Its kind In i America Tho Improvements mado on the place have coat fully 1150000 Tho farm proper contains 2007 acres 400 of which are under cultivation 300 acres In permanent meadow and 205 acres In paddock fenced off Into four to twentyaero lots Each lot Is pro vided with water and shelter for stock The deer park a striking and plot uretque feature of the farm has about 600 acre well set In grass with beauti ful woodland In this park aro some 200 doer There aro 702 acres In blue grass and woodland Another Case of Rheumatism Cured by Chamberlains Pain Balm The efficacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm In tht relief of rheumatism Is being demonstrated dally Parker Triplett of Qrigsby Va save that Chamberlains k Pain Dalm gavo him permanent relief from rheumatism In the back when everything else tailed and he would not be without it For Salo by W N Craig Do not talk about your the at the breakfast table Start tho day with a fresh and cheerful spirit Do not ton a how your bead aches or what bad 4 Dreams you bad Talk of something pleasant t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES U B a Wells oitv clerk of Rich mond Is dyad Julian K McGoodwIn a woll known Danville citizen Is dead N B Adam of wrencoburgcom milled suicide at Ada I T A small son of Lewis Hunter of Burnslde was burned to death Henry Bollard was given 21 years by the tlClCoallle court for killing a man named Drew Mrs Garland an aged widow was found dead In her home near Burnsldo The cause of her death Is unknown R O Fordof Mlldlesboro was among those won went to St Louis ala guest of the Kentucky Legislature Frank Matthews aged 60 years one tbe besikooxo men In Mercer county Is dead at bis home In Cornish vllle Bo bad been In Illhealth for some time Dr Wm L MoEwan pastor of tbe Tblrd Presbyterian church at Plus burg Pa was elected president of Central University at a meeting of the Board of Trustees Fire destroyed the dlsilllery of John Dowlfngife Co at Tyrone csaslng a lass of 115000 with about 4000 Insur ance A warehouse containing 12000 barrels of whisky was saved lee Brook aged 25 year shot and instantly killed Uarrlson Taylor 70 at the mouth of Stinking creek la Knox county Brock went on to Barbaur vlllo and surrendered lo the sheriff 60 Oerrln has sold his farm In the western part of tbe county to Wm Btaolon and has bought a small farm near Wllbun Pulatkl county to which place be will move March 1Ml Vernon Signal After a long light with disease of the kldaevs Mr James Waddle aged 70 died at his home In the South End Do wee a mush beloved oltteen one of tbo numerous family of Waddles of the county and oily Somerset Journal Samuel Forsvlbe of Oarrodsburg considered ono of the woalihtesl men In that section has tiled a petition In Involuntary bankruptcy listing liabil ities of 100000 and nominal assets of about M8000 Tbe largest creditor Is tbe Pidojlty Trust Co of LoulnllleIbut this oooeern Is said to Dlt McBWAN bo selection of Dr William L McEwan for president of Central University by the trustees Of that Institution Is considered a wise one Dr MoBwan fulfills all tbe re quirements of a president In that he Ua comparatively young man a Southern er a Kentuckian and a graduate of the University The moat of his life has been passed In the North bis early training was received In the South which should combine In tlm the best qualities of both sections the progres slveness and push of tbe one and the dignity and sociability of the other ills ability as a thinker and Instructor Is too well known to need any comment and those acquainted with him say that his personality all that could be do tired Danville New- aChamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Unequalled- for Constipation Mr A It Kane a prominent druggist of Baxter Springs Kansas says Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are In my judgment the most superior prepa ration of anything in use today for con stipation They are suru In action and with no tendency to nauseate or gripe For sac by W N Craig A fron Mt Olivet says A singular coincidence occurred during the recent electrical storm A barn built by Wm Jott was struck by light DIng and burned with all Its contents Including two loo hones Just a year ago today and almost at the same hour a barn built upon the same foundation by his father was struck by lightning and burned with all lit con tents Including two horses 0 A French physician wbo believes In the sun euro for moat diseases has bad somo houses built for his pailenle The houses aro mado on a pivot one wall being of class so that by turning tbe house the patient may bo In the sun all day Bill Nyqt grave In North Carolina Is said to be unmarked by a stone of any kind and to have muttered such neglect that it can hardly be found for the weeds nod rubbish What a funny story Dill could write on the sabject if be were hero now I That Baltimore newspaper man who relates how ho worked at hU desk un til the very copy paper upon which he was writing blazed up should never dread being fired remarks the Clove land Plalndealer King Alfonso has hired a German professor so be can talk to the William In the language of the Fatherland It It said that 50 per cent of English employers absolutely favor unionism NEWS NOTES- f Forme Congr maD Josiah Patter son Is dead at Memphis Fire at Oswego NY destroyed property wnrtb 1000000 8 G Shumate an Inmate of the Con federate nome died of paralysis China Issued a proclamation of neu trallty In too eRuielaa war The Culver rollnr mill at Waverly valued at 118000 wit + destroyed by fire The suspension loofflclally announced of tbe First National Bank of Mat1 ihewn Ind- Owing to the war the prices of silk fabrics mado In Japan have been ad vanced 10 percent Twelve persons were Injured In a collision between a street car and a relent train at Paducab Albion Peck a banker of Wareaw led shot and killed himself after swallowlig carbolic acid While despondent over III health David W Rose committed suicide by hanging In his stable loft at Morehead Abraham Lincolns birthday anal versar was observed by banquets and public meetings In various sections of the United Siaiee Spoyer fc Co of New York have contracted to tako the entire Cuban loan of 135000 000 No other firm made a bid for the bond By making Us own anti toxln the Massachusetts State Board of Health says It has saved tbe Commonwealth 1105000 In four years William Miller probaly the oldest engineer In the United Staler was killed by his locomotive on the Denver and Rio Grande railroad fluids Nelson a young school teacher ai Fori Dodge Iowa while temporarily insane killed her mother with a hatchet and committed suicide In a cistern An Austrian emigrant from New York was found upon arrival at Liver pool to have enough dynamite In his trunk lo blow upa whole fleet of ships lie was arrested Tbe banks of Balllmore have resum ed business agate The main street of the fire district have been cleared and property owners have signed contracts for new buildings Wm Farley and John Mooooy otll able of the United Mine Workers were beaten and stoned by eight men said to be mine guards between Ma jesty and Bowen Cot Tbe United States Ambassador at Si Petersburg was directed to ask Russia for an explanation as to why a Brlllsb vessel Is being compulsorily detained at Port Arthur After deliberating nearly 24 hours a jury at Cadiz brought In a verdict sen lenclog Lawrence Willis to the peel tentiary for life for tbo murder of his unolo Lieut W B Johnstone Only fire proof buildings will be al lowed In the burned district of Balti more Before building begins the crooked and narrow streets will be re aligned Two Insurance companies have offered to loan 12600000 for re building purposes Tho vault of the Merchants Nation al Dank at Baltimore was opened and over two million dollars In cash taken out and removed to a placo of safety Securities valued at over five million dollars wero also taken from other vault together wlthcooslderablecash Gov Durbin has advised Judge Wll coo of Bloomington led to call for the militia If necessary to suppress an uprising among Greek laborers near there Bench warrants have been lamed for a number of tbe Greeks for at tacking a constable who attempted to serve a writ on the leader Nothing Equals Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dr P B Spears of Pinchard Ala baa become acquainted with tho good quail ties of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and uses It in his own family and in his practice lIe saysrIt beats any preparation I have ever seen for all bowel complaints I do nqt think if recommending any other and also use It with my own children This remedy is for sale by W N Craig 0 Nearly Forfeits His Life A runaway nlinoeVvndlng fatally started a horrible ulcer od the leg of J U Or nor Franklin Grove Ill For four years It deilud all doctors and all remedies But liucklona Arnica Salvo had no trouble to euro him Equally good for Burnt Bruises Skin Eruptions and files 23o at Pennys Drug Store 0 The wealthiest educational Insti tutlon In the world the Leland Stan ford Jr University U located at Palo Abo Santa Clara county California It has an endowment of over 130000 000 Tbo report of Henry White general secretary of the United Garment Worker of America for the year 1003 shows that 31000000 garments were Wide which bore the union label COL GEO D WEATBERFORD Mr George D Weaiberford of HUB lonvllle was yesterday appointed colonel on Gov Beckbama stuff bv the latter gentleman It came ltd a reward for valuable services not only to Gov Beckham but to tbe democratic party and every friend of the clever gentle man It glad of the honor conferred on him LANCASTER Mr Hammonds the popular mAr chant of Bubble has been seriously 111 but wo are glad to reporl a decided change for the better The Colonial Tea which was to have been given by tbo Presbyterian Mission Band hiss been postponed The daie wlll be given later There will be no public sale of the property of tbo late Alex Simpson The three heirs Wm Simpson Mrs Eliza Saddler and ira Win West have greed on a division of the estate and It will be made during the next week Tbe Button contest In the Christian Sunday school Is waxlngwarm Interest has been strong during theorgaoUatlon of this plan Tbe number on each side up to date Is exactly the sumo Next Sunday the last day of tbe contest will decide which Is tbe victor Mr and Mrs Alex Walker who have recently come Into our town have the lImp tby of many friends In the death of their only child last Friday Tbe services were held at the home after which the little form was laid to rest In the Lancaster cemetery Satur day afternoon A now use has been found for the clear sparkling water of our lake which will be of great convenience to our townsmen Cisterns are being filled by simply attaching the hose lo an adjacent hydrant and connecting ll with the cistern Many have been fill ed In this way As soon as the Christian church pipe organ U completed It will be tested by an expert and a public reollal will be given which promises to afford an eve clogs high enjoyment Soloists from a distance assisted by local talent will render the choicest music The public will be asked to attend on this occasion Capt Elkln will return the first of March from his long stay la the south The latest report from the mule mar ket la Atlanta given by him Is that the good prices that prevailed when the markel was ai lit height are no longer being paid The planters are about supplied and the demand consequently has decreased Wo are fortunate In having had such perfect health In the public school throughout the scholastic year Tbe average attendance has been excellent and there has been no scare or appre hooston of any contagion Prof Man nix looks well to the health of his pu pits and enforces precaution In the way of hygiene and sanitation A social feature that was looked for ward to with pleasure by the society folk was the valentine party given at the W C T U rooms There were many novel features connected with the entertainment Mies Katie Lee Danny won the prIze In the Archery contest Neaten J C Hemphill and Frank Tinder representing Cupids delivered valentines while the refresh ments were being served A largo crowd was present and the affair was a merry oao- Tbero Is a good deal of sickness In the town at present Mrs Toms Is not Improving Mrs Watts the venerable motbeV of Mr R H Bateon has been much Indisposed Mr Rebecca West i has been confined to her room for weeks Mr and Mrs Klnnalrd are not able to be out Mr J M MoRoberts friends can see no marked Improve meet In his condition May these ealnl ly spirits soon be restored and they be spared to come and go among our people yet many days Farming knowwhat is de clared Representative Landts of In diana Father and of us boy used to work all tbe year round to raise enough stuff to feed five horses Fi Ball two of the horses died and that enabled Charley and myself to leave the farm and come to Congress a OJ At Au4- SLO t gfor your choice of any Winter Suit or in the house tiWe are offering the remnants of the everIr This price is cashnone of these t1good charged 1ro11 T D mILLED DaQvlIIe KU THE GLOBEIm t 1 FARMERS == VE HAVE A GOOD STOCK OF 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 us to ticket Field Seeds 1 L HigginsMKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY SduiiStates in the Union with hundreds of them in Garrard county its home Call and examine the Cincinnati Bucket Pump Buckeye Force Pump Cast Iron Cistern Tops the best thing made for cisterns Handmade Tinware to order Estimates made on Rooting Guttering Pumping Furnace and and Sheet Metal Wo- rkS fly H ALDRIDGE t Depot Street Stanford Ky0 i PARTICULAR 1 Some people are very particular as to whom they employ as their family physician t aUdarc not particular about where ta they have their prescriptions filled YT doctor fights the disease and to do fO success fully he must have his prescriptions filled cortreetly anti with the purest drugs Our facilities for filling yrescriptions aro of the very best and we will fill them as they should be or nottat nil f Pennys Drug Store B l StB Dforl Start in ihe New Year Right ByTrading With W McRoberts DRUGGISTSTANFORD t 1 dE INTERIOR JOURNA E C WALTONI THOMAS D NEWLAND SR It a candidate for Sheriff of Uncoln county tubjec lo tile action ol the democratic rartyIGEO W DE BORD to ccanaUale for Sheriff of UnCOln county subjtct lo tot action of the democratic p- arryjTJEFF HILL SR la a candidate for Sheriff of Uncoln county subjec M the action of the democratic patty JESSE C LYNN It candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to His action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tit action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS la Kandldat for Jailer subject to tht action of the fenbcntlc party I WIHERRIN- i a candidate for Jails subject to the action of the partyI M OWENS subjeIi MEREDITH E PRUITT II a candidate tor Superintendent of Public School of Lincoln County subject to tb action of the demo mile party MISS KATE BOGLE faLa candidate for Superintendent of Public School 4 Lincoln county subject to the action of the demo cratlc party HON D L MOORE s of Mercer county Is a candl1oor Congress In the Broth district to succeed Ron G subo fact to the actor of the Democratic party Your support Is eamettly solicited THE movement started by Atlanta Jews to ralee 13000000 to buy a battle ship for Japan Is bitterly opposed by t Rabbi David Marx bead of tbe largest Jewish congregation In tbe South Be We Jews are first of all Amer 4says and our first dutv Is to America y Tbls country Is at peace with Russia and such an act as raising funds to P purchases warship to assist the Japan see In their tight would be tbe same as runnings blockade with goods that are contraband of war In the second place it would be unintentionally an unkind ness to the Jewish people In Russia who must bear tbe brunt of any such I action taken by our race In tbe United States In the third place I oppose Ital a Jew because the mleaslon of tbe 1JewIs one of peace and not of war It k THE Kentucky Building at tbe Worlds Fair at St Louis was dedlca ted with appropriate exercises Satur 1 day afternoon The special train bear i fog tbe members of the Kentucky Leg- P filature State officials and members of the Kentucky Worlds Fair Coramls alon arrived In St Louts at 11 A M I The party was shown over the ground J and given luncheon at the Admlnlstra tlon building In the absence of Gov tit Beckbam Lieut Gov Thome In be halt of the Commonwealth made tbe speech of acceptance when the build leg was formally turned over to tbi State by President Ford of the com lrnleelon At night tbe ceremonies were concluded with a banquet given at the Missouri Athletic Club by tbe Ken 1 tucky Society of St Louie AT a mass meeting of the democrats 1ofJackson resolutions were adopted protesting against the bill before tbe Legislature redistricting the 23rd JUdl cial district The resolutions declare the passage of the measure will breed I strife and discord among the democrats of tbe district and assert that no such relief Is needed In the district 4 THE Insurance men who met In Bal timore estimated the loss at 1125000 000 against 200000000 to 8300000000 made by newspapers a short time after the fire Other conservative estimates make the lose still lower or not ex ceeding that of Boston which did not exceed 180000000 Tbe loss by tbe r Chicago fire was 8100000000 t JAPANESE sympathizers tne world ioverappear well pleased at the gallant and plucky tight those brave people are making against such a formidable adversary aa Russia and the hope Is fondly held that the present series oft remarkable vlctoriea she Is achieving will continue to the end of the contest i I POLITICAL tItis expected that a vote will be ta kes on the Panama canal treaty next 1 Friday Tbe democratic State convention of Tennessee has been called to meet at L Nashville May 25 Speaker Cannon broke the record lo tbe House Friday by putting thro 320 private pension bills In 155 minutes The Rouse at Frankfort adopted a resolution providing for Investigating I the affairs of the State Agricultural and Mechanical College at Lexington The Rouse by a vote of 52 to 28 passed tbe bill creating a new circuit court district comprising tbe counties of Breathitt Magolfin Wolf and Knott Hon W W Stevenson has been ap pointed special Judge at Harrodsburg Oov Beokbam to preside In tbe 1by of all cases in the Mercer circuit which1 hlbavIDgjlMea R Brutus Clay uf Madison G W Nichols of Shelby and T M Cardwell of Mercer are candidates for deleguM from this district to the Republlcai National convention At a mass meeting at Beattyvllle tbe citizens of Lee county adopted resolu tions protesting against the passage of the bill In the Legislature making a new alstrlot of the counties of Breath Itt Magofflo Wolfe and Knott C M Barnett chairman of the reo publican State Central Committee will Issue a call this week for i meeting ot tbe commltteu to name the time aDd place for the State convention Either Louisville orLexIneton will be chose for tbe meeting place To The Democracy of Lincoln County A number of my friends from varloui sections of the county have requested me to become a candidate for the demo ocratic nomination for Judge of tbe- Lincoln county court and after given tbe subject careful consideration I have decided to do so I realize that this is not only an honorable but a very important position and It Is not for me to say that I am the man for tbe place but If the democracy of the county sees fit to name me as the stand ard bearer of tbe party I will greatly appreciate the honor and do my ute most as I have always done In the past In helping the party to achieve a victory In the final contest and If else ted I will to the best of my ability discharge the duties of tbe office faith fully and Impartially To those who already have so generously and volun tarily extended to mo their cordial earnest and active support I hereby tender my grateful thanksR WAJIREK HERE AND THERE Fire at Topeka Kas destroyed property worth 8400000 lobe C Wood and Thomas Burt fought a bloodless duel at Manchester Fire caused a loss of 8130000 and tbe destruction of the Town Ball of Merl den Conn Police Chief McLean of Weatherby Pa was badly wounded In a fight with bank rubbers William J Lemp the millionaire St Louta brewer committed suicide by blowing out his brains The State Bank of Plttsburg Pa a small IDlttutloDwallcoledbybe State Banking Department A C Tompkins a prominent democrat of Oweasboro Is critically 111 ala result of a paralytic stroke A battalion of United States marine was embarked on the Prairie at Colon with Santo Domingo as their destina Lion Evansville led Is threatened by a water famine on account of tbe crap pled condition of the water works ot the city A dispatch from Paris announcei that the Dreyfus case has been definite ly set down for trial by the Court of Cassation on February 25 OeD Samuel E Bill well known be cause of his war record and his political career Is critically ill of pneumo ala at his home In Lexington Tbe suit of E A Goddard adminis trator of W H Goddard against tbe Manhattan Insurance Company for 815000 probably will be compromised While A J Branson a bank preel Sent of Plainfield N J was experl menting wito chemicals an explosion resulted which destroyed his eyesight Prof Lambert a school teacher at Como Tenn was arrested on the barge of whipping a young women pu oil so severely that the blood was cam id to flow The Kentucky Railroad Commission IB In session at Glasgow considering complaints of exhorbltant rates on all commodities between Glasgow and LouisvilleAt of the Executive Com nlttee of the International Peace Con gress In New York it was decided to bold the congress In Boston during the Irat week la October The Bluegrass Traction Company aDd the Georgetown and Lexington Traction Company operating lines out of Lexington have effected a consoll latlon with a capital stock of 8750000 To The Voters of the Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the ourtof Appeals from this district subject to the action of the democratic arty As circuit judge it became my duty to try a number of criminal cases bleb have become a part of tbe States ilatory and at a most critical time As Cage of the State fiscal court It toll to ny lot to construe tbe Statutes adOpt- ed to put In force the provisions of the DOW constitution as well as to construe tbe present constitution whenever u ontroversy arOse as to Its proper con traction Almost innumerable cases ave burdened the dockets of my court ouchlng the rights of corporations and tbe exercise of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duLles under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel hey can assist me to secure the high ibaltlon aDd bfllce to which I aspire i Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL weee9M M Mw 1e1N aNrlPw CHURCH MATTERS In the past 17 years 4039 churches were burned toes 818873000 Main cause of fires was defective flue Eld B C Garrison ot Danville will preach at the Christian church hero on next Sunday night at seven oclock Sentiment among Episcopalians In Louisville favors a young man to sue teed Bishop T U Dudley and ona who U not now within tbo dloceae of KentuckyRev A Bolton who recently resigned as pastor of the New Ilnloc Crlstlan church In Woodford county has accepted a call from a church near Los Angeles Cal Church gains in membership Ins year wore Catholic 100010 Metho diets 112010 Baptists 01140 Luther aOl 36607 OnrUllans 28121 Presby terians 20500 Episcopalian 15200 F M Tinder has accepted an Invita tlon tp jro to Carrolton Mo to deliver tbe annual Christian Endeavor addreia before tbe convention of the Christian church which convenes In JunaRe cord In Virginia and Minnesota with the approval of the Bishops flautist Meth odin and Presbyterian ministers have been invited Into Episcopal pulpits and Episcopal ministers have been In vited to return the call By a compromise of the will left by Mrs Rebecca Bartlett of Memphis tbe Southern Baptist Theological Sem nary ofLouisyllle will receive about 810000 The money will be paid to the trustees at once and will bo used to round a chair In the seminary The Southern religious paper are pleased to note that tbe late Gen John B Gordon commander of the Confed orate Veterans was a Presbyterian el der and his successor Gen Stephen D Lee Is a Baptist deacon The Con federate army surpassed all other are mla In the number of soldiers of the Cross of Christ A Mission ary Rally will bo held here In the Christian church on next Sun day at 230 P M The program will con stet of good missionary tongs and short addresses by F M Tinder of Lancas ter G W tills of Hustonvllle A E Gibbons Augustus Rogers and H O Garrison of Dauvllle Program will be limited to H hours All Christian people are cordially Invited and all the members of the Christian church are urged to attend this service No con tribution will ba taken or pledge so Belted When You Have Cold The first action when you have a cold should be to relieve the lungs Title is belt acco by the free use of Chamberlains Touch Remedy This Remedy liquefies the tough mucus and causes its expulsion from tbo air coils of the lungs produces a tree expectoration and 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 the system in a natural and healthy condition It coun teiacts any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by W N Craig The cable tolls from the Orient are 3Si to + cents a word War news comes high but we must have It JII Bill ace of the Ore nurvlyors of the battle of San Jacinto Is dead at Austin Texa- sMysterious Circumstance One was pale and sallow and the other fresh and rosy Whence tho difference She who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings New Life Pills to maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good digestion and head off coo itipalion Try them Only 26c at Pen nys Drug Store FOR RENT Route with dx room and W acres of land for 1904 In excellent i hborhoodi lose to school church postofllce and store Apply to Mrs A n Root Turn nTlllo Ky iJesse W Sweeney raoPfUEToii ivory good and Salo Stablo Lanoaster Ky torses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates The New Mason Hotel RATES S2OO PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm BIUSABS Proprietor Electric Lights In every room Refurnished and under entire New Management Bob the favorite porter meets sit trains Large Welllighted Sample Room POSTED We whose names appear below strictly orbld hunting 0thlngor any kind of tret pUling on our places and will prosecute lolators to the full extent of the law T A Rice Ir J Carpenter J M Carter 8r W Amon George Bolmet J U Neal p W Garter Fred VonOruenlgan J Nevln Carter Fred VonAlltaan Fred Dauman Albert VouOrunenlgan J Z Bpoonaraoro T 11 Holme It J B Oamenltch Peter Dalmer W II Johnson Mrs Mary Olvens David Stephens James M White and wild Carton H P Hawkins Mrs Mary K Welch U 11 IIc a A 8 PftOlJK mrfftoB Dentist tanforcl Ky meur UeBoUrt Drug thou ID ib Owiltj HoUdloi E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford R B Niiliony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In the counties of Bo tie ncoln and I asp y who may be seeking insurance against lire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine om panics represented and the low tel possible rates are guaranteed Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky Ku Blue Grass Farm For Sale dtccSIAt executrix fit W it Hume I will on FEBRUARY W IOO4 at 10 oclock a m on the premises over for sale at public outer CIO acre of one nine Oran laudThe thorns Farm attested on the Louisville ft Nathvllle railroad 8 miles louth of Richmond on a good torn pike This Und will be sold In three tracts and as a whole It U well Improved having on It a magnificent tw story red dente tobacco barn stock barn lee house tennant houses etc bull In tees at a COd of about III 000 Ills well watered la line neighborhood a magnificent home For particulars address W S HUME A CO- Rlcbmond ICy I M II RUCK II D CARTER BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses bandied on commluion Stock Pone In Connection a THIS IS A Presidential Year andjyon must KEEP POSTED The way to do this li to read the WEEKLY OOURISR JOURNAL Henry Watter on Editor Twelve page Issued every Wed nesdayS A YEARIRevenue lteform Social Reform Moral Re form The Oourlor Journal Issue the best Airtanae published Send Me for a copy by mall COURIERJOURNAL CO Louis vllle Ky Bya special arrangement you can get tb- eINTERIOR JOURNAL and the WEEKLY COUlmm JOURNAL both one year for only 1180 BLACK DRAUGHTSTOCK POULTRY MEDICINEStock troubles which are not liver irregularities Black Draught Stock Medi cine it a bowel and liver remedy for stock It puts the of digestion in a condition Prominent American breeders and farmers keep their herds and flocks healthy by them an occa sional ofBlackDraught Stock and Poultry their food raiser may buys 25cent halfpound airtight can of this medicine and keep his stock in vigorous health for weeks ally keep Blaek Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine If does not send 25 cents for a sample can to the manufacturers The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tenn ROOIIUXB Ol Jan 39 1901 BUokDranght Block and Poultry MedlainoU tho best I ever tried Our stock WM looking bad when you tent me the medicine and now they are getting to One They are looking 20 percent better 8 P BROOKINOTON i GRANDlriEADERI Our NKW BTOIU room the largest null best lighted room in Stanford is being rapidly mINI with tho choicest Dress Goods White Goods Wnlstlngs Embroideries Notions Trimmings and in filet everything that gbca to mnko up a lintclass Dry Code Store Daylight penetrates every nook in our in our room you dont have to guts at tho color Our prices arc always right The nest Goods for tile least mousy tia our motto Wo make every rule binding your money back for tho asking OWSLKY BLOCK WATCH oun ADS GRAND LEADER M B Le y O Co S B Levy I I el1s ye r 8f a 1s r- Te e e ee S S se e e e e Steeevase-r w- a Heaters e Get our prices on Heat iersbfore you buy i p I 4 Lamps et Few left from Xmas at 0 very low prices i h I IljOHN BRIGHTr JRy COp I es S S Y 1 To The Farmers If you are in need of PLOWS come in and buy The Oliver t The BEST One in the W- orldPerkins w W ECrab Orchard Kentucky See That Your Ticket Reads Via The r Q C Railroad f Assets 14192175 Net Surplus 8513421I Continental Fire Insurance CDI r The Continentals Baltimore losses will be paid in full and its net surplus will still be over six million dollars I R B MahonyAGENT KY Ii Crix and Panic t 4 r GREAT GAMES AT 4 Ij 4 a W N CRAIG Pharmacist Successor to Craig Hockcr STANFORD KENTUCKYj tt fI 01 JUST A WORD Wo would like to havo you trade with us that is why wo advertise in tho Intorior Journal Wo have been in Stanford ri number of years wo have helped to improve tho town we have made many friends hut it Is not because of our long reei douce not on account of our public Bpiritcdnoeg not that you nro our friend that wo ak for your patronage Our claims for your business ore based on what we cnn do rather than what WO have tlonowo have tho goods tho largest aud host lino of goods being shown in this vicinity and at prices that no one ran better Our intention is to deal fairly with everybody at nil times mistakes may occur and occasionally goods may not prove satisfactory Under such eircuinstanccs we would urge every 0110 to report their claims to us al onto as wo wish no ctutonor of ours to bo disentitled1 4 SEVERANCE SON THE 1NTKK1UK JOURNAL BTAWFOILD KY FEII 10 1801 RgMKUHER that wo returo your moo ey If Wblto Pine and Tar falls to ro Hove your cough and cold 26 cent I a bottle Peony Drug Store Stanford 4PERSONALS tins tAme UAUDIN hoe been qulto sick BEN HARDIN of Montlcello Is with hie brother Mark Hardlo JOHN B Rtwe of the Wct End hasanotber aemocrat at bls home MKS PETKII STRAOU and Mamie I spent several day wltb relallyct al May wood UKV O M UOEY went to Boone county Saturday to preaCh tbo funeral ofafrtcodMESSRS 8 M OWENS and Oeo D Weatberford accompanied the tgl la turo to St Louie MRS T L CARPENTRR and Miss Mary Carpenter were Hero from Hut toDTlllo yesterday +I REV R B MAHONY weal up to Mi Vernon yesterday In the Interest ot hi+ loiurancd companle MRS JAMl BAILEY hae returned from a tiffto her uaucbtor Mr U D Gregory to CovlocwoU- AHUY Blooms came homo from Central University Friday to remain until be rooura from a nero cold Miaa STELLA UllXB friends were glad to see bar In Iowa Saturday U was her flrt vlilt since her recent se Tore lllncn MRS R E TANNER of Harriman TODD passed through to Crab Orcb ard Sunday to visit ber parent Mr t and Mrs D O Payne DR E J BROWN returned Friday night from Philadelphia New York and Baltimore wbere betpeni a month In the interest or bl pretension Mil N H DOKlBit wbo has his headquarters at Franklin Tena tpnnt Sunday with hie ton at the St Aaph Mr Dozier baa boon with the Wruughl Iron Range Co for 33 year HON UARVEY HELM democratic candidate for Congress was here Monday Ho was given a hearty oration by the largo number of democrats who m ho mot here Mt Vernon Signal MR GEO C GIVENS Lover from Bourbon county looking alter his farm bero Ho tells us that hie little von Ewalt bad the misfortune to break two of hie doer while at play a few days agot MR J W MoWllORTKU who baa boao a subscriber to this paper since IU beginning was a caller yesterday Tho oloyer old gentleman wbo mar rlod only a few month ago Is exceed proud ofbli bettor halt and says rgly ho has the bet wife In the 4 LOCALS ISEK Higgles Sc McKlnney field seed WadALL kinds of feed and coal cheap fort oath J U Baugbman it Co GEO W AIKEN has bought of J W his stock of groceries at More 4Ulehoo Is continuity the buslnem at stand j FOR SALK ebhop with bath room attached Good laundry trade Can make ISO to 100 per month W J Burgln Liberty Ky YOUR attention Is ailed the tale I advertisement ot J O McAllister The sale wilt be held at his home at More land next Saturday Feb 20 I DEATUB AT LIUERTY R J Morris aged 74 John Grimier 83 Tobe Fair 60 and Jack Northcolt 60 died al Lib erty last week The latter was a Ne rItroIVE YEARSJOO Settle for kitbag Mullln In Rockcaslte was given live years Settle Is only about 21 years old and It Is claimed by his friends that ho was forced Into shooting Mulllns The Jury was out over Sunday on the II caseTILE s Ladles Aid Society of thn Bap e List church vtlll give a Washington So cial Monday Feb 22nd from 7 to 10 P M at the home of Mrs E L Rolnhart e at which games may bo enjoyed and 1 Ices and cakes will be served for hot small sum of 16 cents Homo made candy will booo sale also Eyerjbody 1 It i Invited to come and have a good time MAHIA GUEST and Junkie Blako more Grab Orcbard Nuurooa died Sundry THEKB will bd an old fiddlers contest at McKlnnoy on Thursday eve sing Frb 18 WB have an ndanceofmillet and clover hay cheap for cash J H BaughmanCit FOR SALEA band cooking torn rood al now at halt wholesale price Jot Ballou WILL CRAIO Colored charged with breaking Into W A Mobley corn- Crib war bold over to circuit court Tine little tour oIdson of Rev eotIUD1diedwar taken to Cincinnati for burial I MR I O RUGKKR father of Operator Rucker wbo was assassinated at Danville hat offered a private reward for the arrest and conviction of the murderers of his son BURNED TO ATUA14 month old child of William Burge wbo live on Mr R U Crow farm In the Sbol by City section was burned to deb lat week by Its clothe catching fire tram an open grate a A3 Oz Toat peculiar name appeared on the St Atapb Hotel register a few day ago The gentleman regl tored from LouUvlllo butnobodr seem s to know wbo Ax Oz I Sufflco It to say bo bee a rather unusual name Tint trial of ANalloy charged with tbe murder of Matter of Trains B N Roller U now occupying tbo at tantloo of the Rockcattle circuit court A largo number of lawyer are engag ed on both rides Hon J 8 Ole I Jr is ono of the attorneys for the pros ecution MIt JAMES WH JONES pro fetior of oratory and elocution In Ken lucky University Lexington will give humorous and dramatic reading 1 on the evening of Fob IBib at the Chris tian church ot Hunonvllle for tho benefit of the church Tickets 25 and 35 cents Mr Jones It considered very uperlor la this art A large audience Is earnestly hoped for- HnNlddtCoFFttY 1 who bought tbe old Bridgewater house at Moroland have moved It tOme 40 feeL and are baying It repaired Inside and out It will bo occupied by Postmaster Minks Tho clever gentleman wbo compose the above Orm are alto having built two large warehouses and they will hereafter deal extensively In wagons farming Implement etc Felix0FOX Fox the well known Danvlllo lawyer died of heart trouble Friday night He was In hit usual health the day before Mr Fox lived ID Louisville and practiced law there until about 10 years ago when ho came to Danville He had alto prac ticed hit profession at Kansas City aDd- S Louis Ho was 02 years old and was the protestor of much ability both as a lawyer and a writer CRUTCHPIELD MM Elizabeth Crutchfleld aged 75 died of pneumonia Friday and was burled la Buffalo cemetery at 10 oolook Saturday moru log She had boon a member of the Christian church for many years and wall a most excellent lady She lived on Hawkins Branch and her neigh bore say there never was a better wo man Among the children who survive the Godly mother are Messrs John sod James CrutcbOeld aud Mrs Buck HIatt whose husband died only a few weeks ago A largo number of friend of the deceased attended the burialBISnOPFred P Bishop wellknown In this section where ho lived until some two years ago died at Oklahoma City OT at noon Friday from the effects of Injurlcsjcocolvod In a railroad wreck near there Tbe burial occur red at Ponca CUyhla home at 4 oclock Saturday afternoon Mr Bishop Is survived by a wife who was a Mlis White of this county and several small children Ho was a son of Mr Josiah Bishop of the West End wbo was with him when the and came Deceased was an energetic business man and was making money In tile adopted home Hit death has caused great re gret here and much sympathy It felt for hit family and parents He was about 30 years old I FRIDAY IS THE DAY Hundreds ot ladies tdok advantage of our great 10 coat embroidery sale but there wfiro many who could not attend eo we have decided to select out ofour stock another lot of choice patterns and put thou on sale early Kriday morning and continue the solo nil day Kiret come first served Come as early as you can ns there will bo many choice goods worth double and treble time money There arc enough goal things in this for everybody This will 10 the last opportunity as at the present high price of cotton wo will nut bo able to repeat itx SEVERANCE SONa WANTED to buy a tecondhaod typo writer TbU office WAOON harness collars dames tra see b cicbanic + etc at J C MeCla rye JOHN THOMPSONSebowAround I the World ID SO Nlauteanee bee booked fur May 1 ATTEND the old fiddler contest at McKinney Tburdj night if vou want to Dave lure enough fun Your frleodt will bu there I TllEUB win oe 15 cooieniantB for tbe prlig to be trifeo la the old fiddlers nlgbtjI LOST WATOIIA gentleman gold upon lace wmcd Lost between Graded School and Rowland Return to Mn Carrie Shelion Rowland Reward QANNA DEAD Marcus A HAnna the biggest man lathe republican party died or typold ever ID Washington lat nlebt He was tbo Junior Senator from Oblu and a wonderful man la nv or respects DORSES AND MULES Sickness pro rented Joe tl Jordan from being herd Ian Saturday but be will be here the 18ih to buy bur+ es acd mule Bring your stock to Besxlev stable Stanford and get the sash for them I ClKGtnTCOOKT bHiMns text Monday and Judge W O Bell will hold bit Oral court here On the docket for the February term are CO Common wealth case four ordinary 17 ordinary ap pearance 16 equity appearance and 68 old equity case TUB Courier Journaleasethat Mill Margaret logics wbo took the leading rote la Ingomar presented hero tome tree months ago le to quit the- stage and join the staff of the Losing ton Morning Democrat but as the lat tar paper has made no such announce mint wo doubt the truth of the state meat TUB Ladles Aid Society of the Bap tilt church of Crab Orchard will giro a mmptuoui lunch social on the eve ning of tbo 22od which ovary well wilier le moat earnestly solicited to attend The ladles aro requested to do oath the lunch nod the gentlemen to bo liberal bidders Mrs J F Beldam Secretary CONFLAGRATION PROOFThe great Ore insurance companies represented by Agent U B Mabony point with pride to a record of having passed un disturbed through the throe greatest Urea that this country has over known the great Chicago tire of 1871 the Boe ton fire of 1872 and the recent Balti more conflagration 8e6 advertisement elsewhere S A CARD announcing nOD R C War rene candidacy for county judge ape pear elsewhere and many of the clever gontlemansfrlend will read It with delight and will be glad to vote and workfor the gallant old fighter for de mocracy Mr Warren has spoken from every stump In Lincoln county advocating democracy and the election of democrats and ho now thinks as do many that It Is about thq bo was receiving some toward No better dem ocrat lives than Mr Warron and thereto no doubt about his being able to flll the office of county judge with credit alike to himself and his party- MATRIMONIAL Alonzo Mooro and Miss Pearl Smith will bo married at McKinney tomor rowJ R Sprlngle of Grays and Miss Rosa Englo of arbourvllle were mar rind last week Frank Baker of Versailles and Miss Margaret Burnslde of Barbourvlllo were married last week After a happy married lIfo of 43 years Christian and Lena Frick of Louisville have decided to become divorcedD Edwards who Is contesting CODJZreaStwaaMiss Llda Hodge The marriage of Miss Nellie Carpen tel to Mr Barton will occur at the Christian church Buitonvllle Instead of at her homo as has been published R D King of Powell county acd Mlis Ethel Walp of Oneida Tenn were married at Roy W K David ao1lllIIaD Ths Courier Journal says that Mr Jame Thorns Careoa son of Judge W R Carson of ibis place will be mar clad next Saturday to Ml Margaret Prowl Snyder an exceedingly head some Loulivllio girl Instead of taking a bridal trip Mr and Mrs I arson will BuroetnHotel in Cincinnati Now comes from Kansas City that JObo M lisle son of Mr Woode Rate of to B placa was married a high noon Wednesday to lime Nor Hunt a cnarmtai young woman of tba t city Tbo wedding was a quiet but elegant ono sod war performed at the bride tome by Dr Quail Mr Hale Are bold r rdtpunmblu position during the several years bd bas lived In Kan sae fifty Mr 0 O Gooob 000 of tbo 3nut Ends elevero1r citizens was morale bero Friday to Miss Martbit EZnbetn dlngleion also of tbe WayneKburg sec lion The ceremony was perlormed by Judge Bailey In an tmpreaive manner Toll Is Mr Goocba fourth mutrimonial venture and thu brlduV Qrst The I J extend Mr Goocb and hi bonnie bride Its heartiest congraiuiaiions and wisnes for them a long and happy married life Perfect Confidence UDIIwhen a child showed symptoms of croup there la now perfect confidence This is owing to the uniform success of Cham berlatns ougn Remedy in the treatment of that dltcae Mrs M 1 Bastard of Pooiesvile Md In rpeaklog of her ex perience in the 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 Oar land ii subject to BO veto attacks of croup and it always gives him prompt relit II For sale by W N Ortig IProduce Wanted I s We want your trade and will pay you the EggFeatherCall at NOKTHCOTT THOMAS StanfordKy NOTICE Notice U hereby given to the owners and holders of the 115000 Lincoln county 4 percent bonds of series A leaned Match 1 yeahIbonds at the Lincoln County National Rank of Stanford Kentucky on March 1 1801 AI provided In the face of said bonds JAS I DAHIT J L 0 0 LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estato Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farm will do well to see us We hare a number of One Lincoln and adjoinIng county farms for tale and will be pleased to show any one what we have If you desire to sell LlnryStable FOR SALE Ten acres ot land a twostory front seven room cottage Tbo bouse Is new A did garden and orchard Tbero 111 large mill on the place a good cru4her and the lworIIsplendid business Is In repair and has all noccssaiy outbuildings The owners only reason for selling Is the rush of other business as he has extensive farming Interests to look after This prop erty Is on tho dunging Fork about 4 miles from Stanford and can be bought at a bargain Nor further particulars address t U Thurmond Lytle or L K HcmiM Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE Having decided to move to Lexington I will sell at my place at MoreUnd Ky SATURDAY FED 20 1901 Stock Crops Etc consisting of 1000 bales of hay 10 head of horses 2 cows as goof us there are In tbe county 3 good bug Ile one made by tho Central Carriage Co of VanlIIcnsed one year 1 long shaft Frailer cartnearly new 1 sulky 2 pneu matic carts In 1103 several setrof harness blacksmith tools horse clippers I pair of gear 200 bales of nlco straw some wagon timber household and kitchen furniture consisting ofl nice heating lOnanearly now one cost 92050 the other ISO S cooking stoves 1 walnut suit of furniture cost SliD an oak suit cost 163 7 carpetsI nice sideboard 12 foot extentlon very handsome bought In 1003 a lot of chairs chickens etc corn and shelled oats 2 good family mares standard bred will stand without hitching one lxyearilldj the other clovenyear old colts foaled In 1002 royally bred 8 nice milea foaled In 1001 both by Dr Monlcal 309K 3 flllles foaled 1003 each entered In- S54600 w rth of futurities one by Arltm S07Ji thIS highest priced trotter over sold brought 125000 Clio other by Jay lilrd sire of Hawthorne 2IU6 Ji sold for 19000 tu the WC T Woodard sale A lrrIDtwagon J O HCALUWIH agonI Moreland Ky WHITE SALESee our line of MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Corset Covers at lOc 15c 25c and 5Sc Drawers at 25 50 and 75c Skirts 50 75 and 100 Gowns 50 75 andLBOO These goods are cut lull size and wellmade and beautifully + trimmed SEVERANCE c SON 1 a Dont forget the place store recently occupied by the 4 Grand Leader it q- iS d T IFF HATS fl Aro Good Taste and AlWays Dressy Ir lI 9OurTHREE OUNCE SPECIALtis the Best Stiff Hat on i j Earth for 300 aScoSpring Styos In both Soft and Stiff Bata N 1 r t1 1 McCtarydu 9Ej rI 1 1r 1 Mji fll 5 J7 71 i 141di splrrA- l a T J 11 i1A i1 Y Little EarlygI v f11 a rayaecoming in fast Clothing Shoes IiShirts Neckwear arc already in 6 Wo hope to be able to have our entire I stock in by March 1st You betterQ a look over our Job Lot counter of Shoesale l a 1 j they are cheap 1i1 twr 4 NP rtl + Terms c I Cash t i HJMRoberts llp Ia1 a1e14i It Ie l And see this before you buy You get in 3 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 Co Stanford Ky Glens Falls Fire may rage financial storms may visit the land but nothing can impair the strength ofttlie grand old CompanyCASH ASSETS 404668116YSurplus as regards policy holders 267587709INet Surplus ever all Liabilities 247587709 IR B MahOnyAgent COME t Ky l l u THE QRT MNKRUT sftt Having made a satisfactory settlement with our i 9 creditors our sale is now on in full blast I COMEV NOW fiND GET BARGAINS I We 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 Lr3NHEARZ7 of PBICJl tI Everything must gonothing reserved The stock of goods must be converted into cash f I at once Ifyou 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 but a few days Dont forget the date of sale and place I THE NEW YORK CLOTHING BOOT and SHOE STORE C ROSENSTEIN CO Proprietors HE lNTFKlORJOURNAL 1altered n the pologlu at Stanford at 144UtrI71 Il PER YEAR at CASH I wain MI op id 2oowill becnsntod KKQXVILLE DIVISION It Trsln loin North let p m- Nn 26II 230 a m flSouth 1273 amII rrBOB QUIS 66749 AJOOe tIwill stand the above splendid Jersey water at 111 r permittedIJ H BOONE ft CO 1 Proprietors LIVERV fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal pa1Jl Traylor DEAUtR IS Whisk Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc Ky1IfI I Tile Merchant TailorST- ANFORD i Ky Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call 1 JDWedren Insurance MIGHt Fire ands Tornado Insurance ll Represent The Home tof New York tho largest company in the 1181710635l2Burplull f43uOJS69 property Casey Garrard cola counties Phone 21 Kentuckyt NOTICE An election for Directors for the Lincoln County National flank will be held at said bank office on Saturday March 3th 1004 to elect directors to yearJ d W Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and Fanny Horso Shows West MAin- atroot Stanford Kentucky r R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office over Higglna 6 McKlnneya Story Telephone liD 01 THE Joseph Price infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of inrglcal and chronlo diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly mad monthly Profes sional bills Sue when services are rendered and must apaid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE BWBUBSBASDHPron a JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Oraln and Hay For Bain Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately mr farm 01130 acres on the Liberty pike 2H miles from Uustonvllle It Is grass and the land Is fertile and In good Shape It lias on it A good bousr of 7 rooms a tenant house two stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address 0 W RIITe Jr Ty rone O T or call on J P Rlffe Huston vllle Ky J L Beazley Cor Undertakers and- Embalmers AZJODIALU rl1rnltnreMatUnJ8RI128 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY IN MEMORIAM In memory of Miss Lula Weld Woodson- MIssLula Woodson whose Illneei was noted In your last paper died or Tuesday Feb 2 need 11 years The end came ao calmly and so peace fully thai the sorrowing watchers at her btdslde scarcely know when theI iplrlt topk Ite flight She waicooQocd lo her bed only two days Our disease took such a bold oo her from the start that the belt medical aid was uoavall lag and though suffering excruciating ly In the beginning she Ion conscious net a few hours before Her death and was apprrenily free from pain Lou was a sweet girl beloved by all who knew her Ono had only to know her to love her She was kind gentle and affectionate and her death has caused universal sorrow During her Illness scores of friends called dally to offer theIr services and la nearly every In stance a wish was expressed to repay some kindness rendered by her She was a clone friend of the writer and having known her since childhood we knew her to be kind unto all espea ally the aged Without ostentation the aim of her life was theaccompllibmenl of good which the mainly did by alto viating the sorrow of others and her gentle patient kindly ministrations were rarelr equaled She was a strict member of the Christian church and will be greatly mined She has an aged grandfather three aunts and an uncle and a boit of friends tomourn for her Her mother and father died when she was a babe and her sister Chloe died only one year ago Lou and Cbloe lived with their aunt Mrs IC Brown and Indeed she made a good mother for them for Aunt Julia was never too tired to administer to tbelrwants May those who weep soon reallzq that their loss is her gain Truly It can be said she lijgone but not forgotton ERMA WHITE GOOD SiiBiTS Good spirits don all come from Kentucky Their rosin source Is tbe liver and all the fine spirits over mad In the 151ue Grais State could not remedy a bad liver or the hundredand- one 111 effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at tho same time Your liver must be In fine contll ion If you would feel buoyant happy Rod hopeful bright of oc light of step vigorous and successful in your pursuits You can put your liver in fine condition by using Greens August Flower tbe greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia rlndlgestioB It has been a favorite household remedy for over 35 years August Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 25cj regular bottle 75c At all druggists I A Turk who applied for a pension Was somehow unable to mention The fights that he fit- S they answered him Nit I Unless by divine intervention 1 G L PENNY RELIES UPON HY OMEI Cures Cojds Coughs Catarrh and Grip Just Breathe It Hyomel h natures own method fir curing catarrh colds coughs and dteeas an of the respiratory organs It ia the only natural treatment for the oure of there troubles Breathed through tho neat pocket Inhaler that comes with every outfit the air that passes into the throat and lungs U identical with that on the mountains where it Is laden with healing and health giving balsams It searches out and kills disease germs in the most remote and mi nute air cell of the bead throat and lungs it soothes and heals all Irritation of the mucous membrane Ilyomei is prescribed by physicians generally Many of them use it them selves to break up a cold and prevent pneumonia The complete Hyomel outfit consists of a neat inhaler that Is so small and cone venlent that it can be carried in the pocket or purse a medicine dropper and a bottle of Ilyomei This costs hut I and It will cure any ordinary case of ca tarrh In chronic and deep seated conditions longer uio Is necessary and extra bottles of Hromel can bo obtained for 60c making it a most economical ticat ment for this disease Mr Penny has 10 much confidence is the power of Ilyomol to cure catarrh and other diseases of the throat and lunge that he sells it under his personal guar antee to refund the money to any pur chaser in case it falls to give satisfaction He takes all the risk himself and Uynmci Costa you absolutely nothing unites it does you good A proper amount of sleep Isofcourso absolutely essential to continued good health but If dietetic habits are cor rent ft Is a matter which will regu late Itself If a rule IB needed ono will follow naturally from the fact that aF most every one feels languid on wak ing and Is disposed to takeanotbcr nap no matter how long hfl has been sleep leg This a morbid sensation which It would take too loot to explain here It la enough to say that lack of sleep should bo made up If possible at tbe beginning and not at the end The best general rule Is to rise at a given hour each morning whether tired or not and co to bed when sleepy Feb ruary Century Three dwellings wore burned at Jackson causing a 86000 lose Whatd tbo matter old chap Feeling miserable Saw double all last night Never mind youll be all right In a little wblle If No I wont Its a real case of twins Detroit Free Press What Are They Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets A new remedy for stomach trou ilea biliousness and constipation and a good ono Price 26 cents For sale by W N Craig First National BankStanford Kri Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established u the De link of In HIS then rcoreanlted as the NatlJoal lank of Stanford In HM and arID reorganized as the tint National Uaik of Stanford In Seta having had practically an unlnter rupted existence for 41 year It li better supplied now with faelllliea for traDlet tD huslntws promptly and well than nor before lnlu long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor partitions Solicited It 1 B Paste J B 0tley 8 H Shanks WO Walker Coo W Carter Successor to The Farmers Bank ft Trust and under tame m loping such business relations will prove beneficial and Saw Mill For Sale Will sell Will alto sell a IS horsd power unglue and boiler All In good IOWILL Jc SWKENEY Stanford Kv I N Ky 1I 0 for Laun dry News Stand All York Your J B HOOKER Pros t BT lUhnm V Lees 11 UaROIIKRTS Obr WI IL I V IUId Danville B T Harris Stanford J B locker Stanford K L Tanner slcKlnney 3111 BltEore Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J II Stanford J U Pettiif Stanford Ed Carter Stanford NATIONAL CAPITAL STOCK 80000 Directors Oompany continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT mutually Portable Engine privately upbusiness GEORGE GILLOCK UpToDu- teTONSORIAL ARTIST Hustoovllle elegantiAgency firstclosa Cigars guaranteed business solicited Officers WKAUENAsstOhr Dlreotorf haugbmanItanfor4T ilaaebman LINCOLN COUNTY BANK Officers B H SHANKS Presldsnt J B OWBLEV Cashier W Y nElOn1 Met Cashier JACK SALEAr 1 atDanv111eTHURSDAY MARC11 31110 Send In your entries now The sale prom CentralKentucky H14 G MCG LARY UNDERTAKEN s A EMBALM K And Dealettr It Lamas 8ADDLXXT HO c Stanford Ky o