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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ffrSEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL III VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FK1DAY FEBRUARY 19 IU048A M NO 1Q1 1i Sketch Of Senator Hannas Lifo United States Senator Marcus Alon xo Banna who died at 040 Monday etenlne was born at Lisbon Columbia county Ohio of ScotcbIrltb parent age In 1852 bit father removed with his family to Cleveland Oom where he established himself ID a wholesale grocery tbat soon brcatne extensive la Northern Ohio Youoir flaooa was educated Id the public schools pt Cleve land and began a courto at Western IO crTo University which WM Inter rupted In Ib57 by the falllnir bealtb of father who died In 18112 and the- nhoI ooducted bU fathers business with success until 1807 when be formed a partnership with hit father Io law Daniel P Rhodes The firm of Rhode It Company dealt In coal Iron ore and pig Iron and un der the management of the junior part nor Its scope was extended so that In a few year III property Included coal And Iron mince and a line of lake steam ships constructed In lu ownyards In j 1877 tbo arm was changed to M A Hanna sit Co sod lanna became the controlling partner but his activities J I required new fields a ha became In In theatrical enterprises the Itoasted street railway banking and railroading At length be turned bl attention to politics gradually extending hU In fluence from his homo ward to tbo oily Sum and dually to national politic In 1890 bo was an active republican worker In Cleveland In 1881 be was a delegate to the roimbllcan national convention and In 1888 be was attain a delegate to that body And thus time ho made hlmiolf known II one of the manager of John Sherman canvas far the nomination In 1890 he suddenly acquired national prominence by tfia part ho took In se earing the nomination of Wm MoRin hsv for Ibo presidency at the republi can national convention at 86 Louisa Immediate after the convention be became chairman of the republican na tional committee and conducting the campaign on the same principle that had won success In the business world secured the election of MoKlnlev by the largest popular plurality over give oat a presidential election In 1607 Gay Duibnell appointed him United States Senator from Ohio to succeed non John Sherman who bad resigned to become secretary otI State In President McKlnley cabinet and the following year he wat cboten by the L gUlaturo as Senator for the full term of six years In the Senate be did not take a prom inent part either as a debater or a leg- Islator but up to the death of PrellI dent McKinley he was recognized II one of the most influential advisors of the administration He actively Inter cited blmkelf In the problem of the re latlon between capital and labor and upon the organization of the National Civic Federation was made lu presl dent In December 1001 be became a member of the permanent board ape pointed to tattle labor disputes sad did much good work to iueauYai- Ha wa reelected Senator at tbo re cent session of the Ohio Legislature Dad was spoken of as a strong preilden ttal possibility Telephone mistakes may have their serious side said a Wall street man A broker who wanted to communicate with another named Jones looked In the directory and then called up anum ber Presently came through the re clever a soft feminine Hollo and bo asked Who It that This is Mrs Jones Hive yon any Idea where your bus band u- Do couldnt undorttand why she ranged so sharply until be looked In the book arid discovered be had called up the residence of a widow Now York Sun Another Case of Rheumatism Cured by Chamborlains Pain Balm The efficacy of Chamberlain Pain r hum In the relief of rheumatism Is being demonstrated dally Parker Triplett of Qrigsby Va Bays that Chamberlains Pain Dalm gave him permanent relief from rheumatism In the back when overy else failed and be would not be- withoutit For sale by W N Craig now many stars can you tee V eho asked Two more than you he said How do you make that out ebo aaked saidAnd it all Nearly Forfeits His Life A runaway almost ending fatally start ed a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Or nor Franklin Grove 111 For four years I it defied all doctors and aU remedies But Bucklons Arnica Salvo hud no trouble- to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Eruptions and Plies 25o at Pennys Drug Store ll r ROWLAND Rowland I+ nut dead but sleopeth Sunday School at 230 every Sunday afternoon Wo have decided If wo hays to be a town to be a good one 1f you are a Peter Tumbledown move out of this town and let some ono of thrift take your place Olllo Murphy hal gone to bouiokeep a Inc In Lebanon Junction Mr Hun I gate pill soon move to Lawrenceburg Miss Annie Martin Is visiting In LebI anon Junction I Our town Is free from debt and has a bran now set of ofllcer and we are expecting some big thing to happen tbo eomiog season Lou all clean up straighten up that old fence white wash those rutty outbuilding paint your residence and tubucrlbo for the INTERIOR JODRNAL By a united of fort we can redeem Rowland Little Mitt Rosa Hall is visiting tier slater Mrs Sim Dickeob at Lebanon Junction Ray Fowle bas returned from a two weeks visit to his sister Mr U 8 Uendrcn at Klrktvlile Misses Pearl Carminyaod Ella Hilton have returned from a visit to Lancas LeI Miss Hallo Mltcnem is on a pro traded visit to relatives In Danville Tom Jennings and T Smith were In Casey a few days Taifglrls say there is the nicest big Fish at the depot they ever taw Bph Murnby has screwed his qnur ffo to the tucking place and sot In to learn telegraphy George Martin has lost his Pol and is grad ually but surely pining away- PREACHERSVILLE Samuel BalUrd told omo bulk hay to Finley Ballard at Uo Tbe recent storm seems lo have la- ireD a cpeelal spite at Henry Dtankeo ship It unroofed his crib blew off the gable of the kitchen and damaged his barn to some extent Lfitle Berber sad James Coldlroo joined tbo K 0 T M at the last meet log of that body Theta were fouroih er applicants fur admltilon which will be under consideration at next meet log At 1 oclock Saturday afternoon after an illness of three week Loyd lit tie ton of Rev Robs Jordan pttted Into the spirit land Do was a brleht little fellow of four years and was loved by sal who knew him Tbo funeral services were conducted by Rev P J Uots of Stanford A most ungentlemanly specimen of the genus hobo has caused no little ex llcment hero in the last taw dais While the rest of the family wore at church bo walked Into the residence ot W Q Cummins frightening the children badly and going to the table proceeded to make himself at home I- IAher be had eaten a hearty meal betook a French leave without waiting W say I am obllgrd to you To The Democracy of Lincoln County A number of my friends from rartnot sections of the county have requested me tobecome a candidate for the dem ocratic nomination for Judge of the Lincoln county court and alter giving the subject careful consideration I have decided to do so I realize tbatI this Is not only an honorable but a- very important position and It la not for me to say that I am the man for the place but If the democracy of the county sees Qt to name mo as tbo stand ard bearer of the party I will greatly appreciate the honor and do my ut most as I have always done In the past in helping the party to achieve a victory In the float contest and If eleo ted I will to the best ot my ability discharge the duties of the office faithfully and Impartially To those who already have so generously and volun tarily extended to me their cordial earnest and active support I hereby tender my grateful thanks R C WARREN yThrough tbeFoLVorLb National Bank of Forth Worth Texas there was presented to the State auditor a treasury chock drawn August 1 1885 by James W Tate tho dofaultlngtrcas urer which bad not boon heretofore presented for payment Tbe check was made payable to W McKean Hubbard and was Indorsed by Joseph S Hub bard administrator H Is fcr 12 CO and it Is presumed that Mr Hubbard In his life time preserved It because It bore Fotoe signature and that It was found In his papers after his death The old check attracted a good deal attention s Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Unequalled for Constipation I Mr A K Kane a prominent druggist of Baxter Springs Kansas save Chem bcrlalns Stomach and Liver Tableta ore In n V judgment the most superlor prepa ration of anything In use today for con Btlpatlon They are tare In action and with no tendency to nauseate or gripe For sale by W N Oralg NEWS NOTES Rex mid his triumphant entry into New Orleans and tho carnival It In full blITae six yearold child of Joseph Rol lie of Wbltetburg was burned to death Col A F fry hotel proprietor of Guyandotte Va was mortally shot by burglar Three men were killed by a landslide on toe Southern Pacific railroad In Cillftvntd od Tbe grand Aland of the famous Valli burg bIcycle tracts at Newark N J was destroyed by Ore Blaocbn flubs was fined HOOandten tenced maO days In jill fur mtshlng ItJ tints at Topeka Ks Cloned good consigned by Ameri ese shipper to Port Arthur were salted at tea by tbo Japaneto Tau big feed house o i n Great West ra era dUlliery at Pnnrla III valued at 176000 wa destroyed by fire At 80 year of pee JUIt s Lombard formerlY a famous singer has begun the practice of law at Kaunas City Edrd rVudoiu a deputy sheriff was shot and killed In the streets of MUtoula Mont by a drunken man Two engineer were killed In scout sloe of Pennsylvania railroad coil trains at Wmblogioo rroe loll N J Is Frank Bartronek shot and killed his wife at their home In saw York fatally shut his stepson sod committed sui cldeApplication has been made for receivers for the Baltimore Fire Intur ranee Company and the Home Fire Insurance Company Mr Lathe Garwood a teacher In the public schools of Youngstown O lost her life In an effort to save her cblld during a fire The Russian second claitrufserBo yarln was blown up by a mine by acci Ic dent She bad on board 107 officer and men all of whom were lot Hewitt Chauptso a prominent bull neti man of Now Orleans fell from a float In the Mardi Gras parade and sue jf tamed Injuries thought to be fatal Mitt Anna May Jenkins a Nashville society girl arrested In a Negro dive In Louisville Is heir to 880000 estate but forced by circumstances to live with Negroes Tbo general lots committee of the Inturanne companies has decided to at make no statement at to amount of lots es paid resulting from tbe Baltimore fire In deference to requests from mar chant A rorrepotden ot a London paper asserts that Japan has landed 120000 troops In Korea Another London pa per prints a rumor that Russia has soy eral thousand troops in Central Korea The report that Viceroy Alexleff has left Port Arthur is regarded at ilgntfi S cant of Russia fear of her weakness In tea fighting A report from St Po tertburg apparently well authentlca ted says the Russian cruller Boyarln was blown up by a mine on Februcry 13 in tbe tame manner In which the transport Yeoltel was destroyed MATRIMONIAL A B Smith a widower of CO and Miss Lizzie Kirk were joined heart and band on the 16th Charley Anderson aged 20 and Mlsa Nancy Brocke 18 were made one at John H Saylori Wednesday Miss Vic Mary Hunt daughter of Mr and Mrs William Hunt 1806 East 12th street and John Miles Halo wero married yesterday at noon at the home of tbe bride parents the Rev Dr Quaylo oQlclatlng The wedding woe a quiet one none but the immediate rel atives being present Mr Hats Is wltb the Cudaby Packing Company Mrs G G Coffman of Topoka and Mrs Luther E Reid of St Joseph Mo sisters of the bride were among tbe out of town guests Kansas City Star Nothing Equals Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dr P B Spears of Plncbard Ala has become acquainted with the good quail ties of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and uses jUn his own family and In his practice Ho cays It teats any preparation have ever soen for all bowel complaints I do not think of recommending any other and also use It with my own children This remedy Is for sale by W N Craig III am the unlujkleat man alive Whats tbo matter Why I hoard that she waeengaged so I went around and proposed to her so she wouldnt think I had been tri fling with her And wasnt she engaged Ill lIes but she broke It off She said my love was more sincere than the oth er fellows A hair on tbo bead is worth two the brush The wife ot Missouri Roberts Is dead at Durniide I HUSTONVILLE Owing to tbe wcaner the work of recovering the college Is progressing slowly Quite a number of our church work ers and friends will attend the Mis sionary Rally In vopr city Sunday- A teller addressed to Squire McKln cap President of the Gourd Seed Club at Hustonvlllc was received here last week tW B Wright and family have mov to the Baughman place at Moreland where they will remain until Mr Wright finds a farm tbat suits him Jas W 111 lie1Knd Rev G W Mill were unanimously elected elders and Chas W Adam and Geo Rubin son deacons of the Christian church last Sunday Tbe young ladle of our city will give a leap year dance at AlcornsOpe House the night of thu 20 b An orchestra renowned for its dancing ten dition bal been engaged The sad death ot Fred Bishop was cued by him being aught between cars nf a freight up in which ha and bis father were traveling with cattle they bad bought In Texas Ten automobiles treeTbll year tbe Rival Tudor are giving away auiomo biles to tbelr customer Your chance as good as the next rains Call and see me about It A J Adam 2t Iboresupon the day named In your paper that Joe Jordan would appear Upon Joe falling to materialize several head of horses and mules were bought by local buyers at fair prices Jas Wharton Jones of Kentucky University will render ono of his miscellaneous programs at the Christian church here Friday night lllb His character Impersonations and blsirlon versatility are enthusiastically en lerulnlng as well as educational Wcatberford Myers baye opened their new stock pf general merchan disc and are again getting their share the business Being heavy losers by tbe recent tire they have many sym pathizing friends In Lincoln and Casey counties who will be glad to patronize themLong distance phone tells us that James Jones broke jail at Campbells vllle Monday night He was arrested Junction City charged with selling mortgaged property Height six feet weight ItO pounds lame In left blp fair complexion light bate blue eyes I age 30 to 35 Liberal reward Mrs G W Mills returned from Lox legion Saturday where she had been treated for several weeks by an optl ulan Hawkins Brown Bishop of tbo Louisville Medical College is with rel atives and friends here this week 0 Williams of the Louisville Dental College will be home for a tow days next week A J Waiburn ot Chicago a knight of the grip and Hon Chas Montgom ery of Liberty are frequent visitors here Sklllfulrln tbelrfapnest endeavpr Anxious nothing to evade Interesting happy clever Busy hunting for a maid W U William our real estate agent sold tbe W C Greening lot to V B Morse and the Mrs Bottle Car penter lot on the S E coroer of Main and Danville Streets to C W Adams Mr Adams is maturing plans fpr put ting a twostory brick with metal roof and of modern design tbat will be an ornament to our city As soon as the weather will permit the work will bee gin Tbe energy exhibited by our bust nose moo who were burned out In bringing order and business quickly out of chaos lashowlog a spirit of res olution that In most commendable We are a progressive people as will be evidenced In tbe near future by splendid structures of brick tbat are to cover the larger area of the burned district and stocks of goods for spring and summer will be much larger and tbe vane I greaterThe party for our railroad will bo here to begin work in next month and the work will be pushed to the earliest possible completion and another exceedingly Important institu Lion that I am not at liberty to men tion now is almost an assured fact dur tog the good old summer time Hence what seemed at the time of the Ore to be a loss from which we could never recover was but tbe clearing away of our antique fossils preparato ry to the building of modern structures of brick with Iccreased capacity to accommodate the larger trade that is surely coming to i- sIdysteriouiCCircumstance Ono was pale and sallow and tbe other fresh and rosy Whence tho difference She who U blushing with health uses Dr hnyacompel good digestion and head off coo I Try them Ouly26c at Pen nys rug Store mt ir6 c r iiii- If j Hr tK Jfcawos Jfat RqTheUhave arrived For qualitylijand service they have equal at the price Ifno 300HlII T D miLLpa Danville K- Um i I THE GLOBE Ii 1 f II i W = WfI r 1 FARMERS WE HAVE A GOOD STOCK OP Northern White Seed Oats and Tim othy Seed Blue Grass and Red Top also a stock of homegrown Orcnard Grass Our profits fin 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 alsaitws HigginsMKinneySTANFORD sueNext Biiinmcr when the water works water bad you will wish that you had had that gutter made new ItJ wilHe 1001when the summer drouth sets in Iam for the HASELDEN PATENT the Best Neatest and CheapestI on the marketthey arc in several States in the Union with hundreds of them in Garrard county its home Call and examine the Cincinnati Bucket Pump Buckeye Force Pump Cast Iron Cistern Tops the best thing made for cisterns Handmade Tinware toner I Estimate made on Rooting Guttering Pumping Furnace and and Sheet Metal Work S H ALDRIDGEIi Depot Street Stanford Ky PARTICULAR s Some people arc very particular as to whom they employ as their family physician andare not particular about where they have their prescriptions filled Your doctor fights the disease and to do so successfully he must have his prescriptions filled cor i rectlyand with the purest drugs Our facilities for filling yrescriptions are of the very best and we will fill them as they should be or not 4 i tit nil Pennys Drug B StoreStanford I Start in the New Year Right By Trading Withtw McRoIrts-l DRUGGISTSTANFORD I t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t E c WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR- I a candidate fof Sheriff of Lincoln county sutj t to the action of the democratic patty GEO W DE BORD k caudate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject la MM action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR Ina candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject III ttx action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN Is candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to Ox action of 1M democratic party DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES c HAYS h ndlJate for Jailer subject to the action of the teMcntlc party WIHERRIN- Is a eandldaU for Jailer Subject to the action oftM teaocrattc party SAMUEL M OWENS Its candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to 8M action of eidemocratic party a MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools us LIncoln County subject to tb of the demo oatte party MISS KATE BOGLE b a candidate for Superintendent of Public School al Untom County subject to the action of the demo cratic party HON D L MOORE ef starter county liacardldate for Conrress In the ItI district to succeed Hon G G Gilbert sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Your support rs earoetly solicited THE Hargls Bill to create a Hargls Redwlne judicial district encountered such opposition in be Senate that It will not bo pushed Instead a bill will be offered creating another district by putting Magoffln with Floyd and Knott counties and leaving Breathltt in Juuga Kiddeli dninci THE Legislature wlI IV the people a chance to return to the good old way of viva coce voting Tbe Australian ballot has brought a very train of evils and opened up frauds that would have been Impossible in the open manner of voting By all means let us return to the good old way JACKSON has Its Oral licensed saloon It was opened Tuesday and Matt Crawford paid tbe town 500 for bis 11 cease For years the town hat had blind tigers galore and now we shall see which is the better or rather worse blind tigers or open saloons AFTER funeral services In the Senate Cbmoer the body of Senator Hanna was permitted to lie in state In the marble room some six hours It was then taken to Cleveland on a special train where elaborate funeral services will be held today MB ONSlengthy edlto rial in Tuesday CourierJournal leads us to believe that tbat great paper Is going to bolt again We are confident it will if Mr Bryan has anything to do with arranging the platform this year EDITOR CAHPIIELL not satisfied with having one of the very best reml weeklies lo the State now promises to Improve It further by matin It a six column rather than a five column pub lication SENATOR BEVKRIDQB will occupy the seat made vacant by Senator Han nafl death For the past four years Senator Beveridge has bad a seat on the democratlo tilde of the chamber =POLITICAL Tbe bill to pay 8160000 to ex Queen Lllluokalanl of Hawaii failed to pass A successor to Senator Hanna will be elected by the Onlo Legislature now io session The House passed the bill apprdprl llog 875000 for an addition to the Western Insane Asylum W Cameron Forbes of Boston her accepted the office of Philippine Corn mlsslooer to succeed Gov Taft ft H nation was elected chairman of the Garrard republican county com mittee to succeed Col D U Collier It is said tbat Postmaster General Payne will carry on tbe republican campaign till the national convention will be namedwhen a new chairman securedgave H up to Robert W Bonynge re publican contestant- President Roosevelt announced that he will appoint Gen Basil W Duke a commissioner of the Shiloh National Park to succeed the late Josiah Pat tenon of Memphis Tone Tbe bill empowering municipalities of the first class to substitute the li cense system of taxation for the ad va lorem system passed tb House at Frank fort It Is believed It will pass the Senate without difficulty i The rebels In San Domingo are reported to have invaded the American Consulate at Smana and taken posses sloe of two refugees The State Do artmentat Washington has advised Admiral Wise to take all necessary measures to project tbe Consulate e A Castor republican de IOeorllo J Randall democrat for Congress in the Third Pennsylva nia dletrlotIAt a meeting at Beattyvlllo a com mittee was appointed to go to Frank fort and request the Senate to defer action on the Bar 11 redlatrlctln b1lI until the Interests Involved could be fully beard A massmeelng of tbe citizens of Breathltt Lee and Bstlll counties will be held at once to pro test against the passage of the mess ure LANASTER Mrs Banks Hudson Is enjoying ais- 1t from her mother Mrs Kennedy of Lexloiriun Capt T A Elkln has decided not to return to Kentucky as has been reported Be will go to Mississippi on account of his health sod will not be back until spring has fully opened Services will be bold at the court house during the time the organ Is bolo put In place at the Christian church Sunday school at 030 Chris clan Endeavor at 7 oclock followed by tbe evening service Farmers report little work done so far Hemp Is still unbroken tobacco not stripped the weather being unfa vorable But the cold weather retards the budding of trees and there Is a chance for fruit this year Mr and airs McGec who recently came to Lancaster to live are about to return to their former home at Brod bead Their daughter Miss Mat woo Is a pupil of the Hiiro School will remain throughout the term News has been received hero of the enlistment of Sherpa Elate in tbe ret utar army He Is now in Columbus Ohloand will be soot either to FortI Mclntosb Texas or San Francisco from wnlob place be will embark for the Philippines Among the sick who are convalesc log are Mrs Eliza Farrle Miss Julia Reed Mrs B F Hudson Sherpa Hud soot Mlaa Mary Moss Hudson Friable and Mrs Cabbell Denny Rev Tinder Is In Winchester witb sick relatives Be is not expected to return until after SundayThe merchants who go to the cities to purchase their stool will begin to leave this week R H Batson will go Ito Cincinnati this week and buy tbet latest things In dry good Other mer chants will Gnkli and the people of the town and community are prom feed the latest and best tbelmarket afIfords Misses Pearl and Myrtle Phillips have returned to Harrodsburg after a visit to Misses Fannie and Ratio Hen ry Mrs John Lear bas gone to Cincinnati and Cleveland to buy a ulllloeI 1of millinery for spring and summer trade She will open ber store bflow 1Lbe Citizens Bank about March let and will have on display tbo handsomest line ever brought hero Mrs Samuel Wooldrldgelbas returned to her home In Denver Col after a several months stay with Mrs Tom Reed and other relatives The ladles of the Presbyte flan church will entertain ltd members and friends Monday evening by a Colo nial Tea Party All members are re quested to dress in Martha Washing too costume Free will offering No matter bow cheerless the Winter days are things sometimes happen to make people laugh A strange case of mistaken identity took place at our depot one night last week over which a certain lady is ftill blushing and all the people In town are laughing This ladv was expecting her brother home from Washington and had gone to meet him As the train pulled up out step ped a well dressed man enveloped in a long ulster and mulled with tbe collar Up rushed tbe lady embracing him showering kisses upon him and bidding him welcome Imagine his surprise and her consternation when the light revealed the fact tbat they were utter strangers Tbelr state of mind can bo easier imagined than described Suf fice It to say he left town on the next train and she Is still blushing HERE N-omRE Dr Ephraim H Russell one of tbe foremost physicians of Bopklnsvllle Is deadThe pension of Sam McClure of Mt Vernon has been increased tQ 120 per monthMrs Sarah Rush was found In a coal shed in Louisville almost frozen Bbs said she had started to walk from Frankfort to Cookvllle Teen In tho case of Owen Curd against the 0 NO T P railroad tbe jury brought In a verdict for 811000 Curd was Injured In a wreck at Sunbrlgbt Tenn and brought suit for 122000 The ease was tried at Harrodsburg Free silver is dead and the joyous South just now Is preparing a vigorous campaign to behalf of tbe free and un limited coinage of cotton Heres hop log that every pound of the coming cotton crop will brlcg every cent it Is worth Atlanta Journal Japan Is moving troops rapidly to the west coast of Korea and about 60000 soldiers are concentrated at Woman presumably with the object of entering Manchuria The Japanese officials are guarding their war plans with the greatest secrecy and taking every pre caution to prevent information going out In regard to their movementsT J f r HUBBLE Madam Rumor predicts soother wed ding soon Measles has been prevalent In this community HU many friends hero regretto hear of the death of Fred Bishop Milt Kora Rankin is teaching a sc loot school atJobo M Rsntclns Evans Tate and Arthur Graw came up from Somerset Sunday to see Miss Lora Rankle who Is with relatives In tnls community Miss Jennfa Cover otQronstoa has returned to her home after a visit to relatives here Mr T E Wood Is spending the winter with his son Goo WoodAnother telephone has been added to the list John Underwood having taken one from the Baslln telephone compa ny One II also being constructed by the Bubble Development Co to their mining tent As Eld F M Rains of Cincinnati will preach at the Christian church here on the fourth Sunday afternoon there will be no preaching next Sunday afternoon Rev Tinder having been called away H J Luce bought some corn from George White at 12 50 at the crib G A Swlnebroad sold to S Dunbar a Jer leI heifer for 845 John Robinson had one field of 20 acres of hemp which av eraged 1350 pounds person OTTBNHEIM Joe Coleman bus been llvlngwlth his father since bis house burned Wm McKinney Is in Garrard where ho will remain for two or three weeks Eldon Slier hat rented the Morgan Boone house and will move to it to tte future White Davis are taking In some nice fencing post at their store which they will sell reasonably Putting up fences setting up fodder sod restacktng bay has been the oblof work of the hour since the storm Sun day morning F G Collier says there Is no such ealolZ10rliiDatedthe name of flog who was born Feb 2 In the early days of this county It seems that fate Is against Boone James In their saw mill work While J Pollard an expert fireman was firing Tuesday a safety plug was melt ed out causing a general stampede We heartily endorse the sentiment our Goshen correspondent against shlvareelng newly married coupler We believe It Is a humbug and a lot of tomfoolery gotten up by the backwoods people In thn superstitious times and we believe there ought to be a law against such WAYNESBURG Uncle WmDollls still sick Matt Gooch Is Improving a little Our school Is progressing nicely Ev eryone seems to like our new teacher very much C C Gooch brought home his fourth bride on the 12n We wish him and his pretty wife health wealth and happiness Abe Levlson has sold bis store to Reynolds Bros and M G Reynolds We are sorry to lose Mr Levlson but will be glad to have the Messrs Rey bolds with us- MraDalgh Is at home from Cincin oats after a visit of several weeks Mrr Alice Gocah end Miss Josle arrived a few days ago from Dixon Tenn where they have been visiting friends Miss Lou Bowe improving and we hope to see her out soon Miss Dosle Gooch who has been in Knoxvlllo for tome time In K wholesale mlllloory establishment learning the tradr will soon be at home to set up a shop of her own at Wavnosburg She will be assisted by Miss Lou Hicks H B Singleton was in Crab Orchard this week Real Estate Bargains Hour and Grist Mill Anderson county Cy35 barrel capacity covered with Iron built 8 years ago Steam add water power the latter 8 months of the year It Is an up todate rsller mill wltb burrs for corn Mod meal bolt The engine li of 7 years runt 11 acres with tie mill Including what Is with the house rooms All tor 98230 or 15 GOO for the mill and 14 acre One halt cub II oa fine trade No mill la 10 mllea couotyKyItooddwolllog land close to Southern railroad Price IS 000 Alto 11 acres of Florida land In Mann placeleaIDgpearsbumsother slue with t room onestory bouse or anges peach pears plum grape bear ing All for 12000 or the t acres tor 91800 and the S acres tor f 1100 325 acres lo Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about BO acres cultivated about 125 In timber and grass and about ISO In grass Timber on place is cut to 18 sblngles tho place twice over A large part is tone cd There are four dwellings of 4 rooms each and one store of two stories with rooms above has wells and springs of water In In 2 miles of county seat and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 2200 Onebait cash A Ballltt county Ky farm of lop acres with good 2story house metal roof barns water etc 110 acres of timber that will sake ties tares barrel timber Ground will grow wheat corn tobacco etc only 12000 X cash Place has BOO fruit trees Central Kentucky Real Estate Title Co Stanford Ky A SsasaICE hllr HB Itanford Icy Metejrr UeRoUrU1 Drag Star In the OviUy Ballilns FOR RENT House with six rooms and IK acr s of land for 1901 In excellent neighborhoods close to school church and store Apply to Mrs A D Root TurnorsTllle Ky Jesse W Sweeney raoratxrolt Livery Fool and Solo Stable Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wo SHUOABS Proprietor Electric Uthti In every room RefurnltneJ and under entire New Management BobMille favorite porter meets all trains Lour WelMlght Sanpl Room E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford R B Naiiony Insurance flosnt Solicits a share of the patrons of tbo property owners In tl counties not ncoln and I 1Ly who may be seeking In durance against hire Lightning and Tocnadu None but the etrongeal and best OldLlno Iom panics represented and the low- set pnrslble rates are guaranteed Phone sf- 2Stanford Kentucky I H HBOCB B D CARTER BRUCE and CARTER Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street SrtHroxD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage b solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pone In Connection POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting Hthlng or any kind Of tree on our place and will prosecute- violators to the full extent of the law T A RIce Dr J O Carpenter J M Carter Br W E Amon George Holmes j 0 Neat pWOarter Fred VDOraeDlgao J Nevln Carter Fred VonAllman Fred Dauman Albert VonOrnnenlgan J z SpoooalDore T N Holmes II F JD Oatneolscb Peter Balmer W II Joboson Mrs Mary Given David Stephens amwM White and wife K V Of800 U I Hawkins MrsMatyFWelch r Dragging Pairis 2925 Keeley St 166 Oct 2 100l I suffered with falling and coo gestion of the womb severe pains the groins I auf fered terribly at the time of men blinding headaches and rushing of blood to the brain What to try 1 knew not for it seemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wino of Cardul that blessed remedy for sick women I found it pleasant to take and soon knew that I the right medicine New blood seemed to couraethrough veins and after using eleven btttlcs I was a woman O3MA4 Mrs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of Canlu for menstrual disorders bearing town paine and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak lug Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the pa tient she lion the road to health For advice in cases requiring special directions address giving symptoms The Ladies Adieory- Deparlment ItTbl Chattanooga Medicine Chattanooga Tenn WINE ClADUI f i R II6DANDLEEADEP II i I Our NEW STOUK room tho lnrgc t and best lighted roomIin Stanford is being rapidly filled with tho choicestsDress Goods White Goods Walstlngs h Embroideries Notions 1II Trimmings 11 nod in fact everything that goes to makeup u firetlasetDry Goods Store Daylight pcnutrnte every nook in our in our room yon dont have to gurus at tho color Our ipticcx are always right Tho Host Goods for tho least money iaour motto Wo make every Kilo bindingyour money back for tho asking Owsuv BUXK WATCH OUR AIM II 11 b GRAND LEADER M B Le y 8 Co S B Levy I w J b b Heatersaj II t rGetour prices on Heatv J ers bforeyou buy SAW Lamps iK Few left from Xmas athvery low prices 1 Z- ft JOHN BRIGHT JR CO rEe e S1111111111 S s VtHA dA e s e ev j V iry b 7 7 1 pb a To The Farmers If you are in need of PLOWS comepin and buy hh The Olivier 1 f a C The BEST One in the W- orldPerkinsW E w a Crab Orchard KentuckyJ8 See That Your Ticket ReadsaVia The t t io Q c1 C 1r4 CI Railroad 5 4h W TII trix and Panic I p- Jr GREAT GAMES h I 0 AT IV- f o ar W Ne CRAIG Pharmacistc 0 Successor to Craig A Hocker o It STNFORD gNTUC y 9- ti II tc 01 0 i rt Galatea is the name ofa close woven fabric that Indies know well the tasting qualities offur dresses shirtwaists Biiilfl Boys molts and vfafcu It has no equal Masouvillc Lonsdnle Parwell It HopeIhave tliceo instead of the just as broad Auicricaii Lady id the name of oUt leading brand of corsets Wo carry them in oil tho new shapes and they have no superior as to shape and wear M THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTAKFORD KY FEW 19 1901I RRMBMIIKR tbat we return your mon Wblio Pine and Tar falls to re- Mora your Cough sad cold 25 cents a bottle Prouys Drug Store Stanford PERSONALS MRS Join LOGAN Is quite sick UiBB ANNIE DUNN was the guest of Danville friends Mu 8 P 8TAQO of Fayetto Is wlbI her father Judge W R Carson J T BUDRY and R 0 Eoglomao Jr Pelt for Hot Springs yesterday REV R n MAHONY went to Mt Vcroon yesterday to work Insurance A LITTLE son arrived at tho home of Mr and Mrs W O Bbanks Wed auI day UEO STOONAUOKE Is attending the- Y M C A convention at Bowling Green MR W L MCCARTY of Klngsvllle was hero yesterday en route to Wit llatasburg Mil JQ MCALIBTER aod son Foe ter B McAlUter are In the South prospecting Mu O J GROW who has been sick for soma 10 days was ablo to como 0I town Tuesday EDITOR SAM W UENKKCB of the Danville Advocate was here a short while Tuesday Miss SUSAN FISHER WOODS will go to Lexington today to spend some time with friends PAUL BRTHBLL of Cincinnati was the guest of Miss Ethel Wade of the Walnut Flat section Miss JANE LYNE who has been via ping Miss Dollle McRoborts returned to Lexington yesterday MRS CLKO BROWN went up to Mt Vernon Wednesday From there she will go to Cincinnati to buy goods MRS 8 M ALLEN and children of Mlllersburg arrived yesterday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs E P Woods MR A O SINE la working up the Macoabeo Lodge at Lebanon Junction From that place be will go to Bowling Green JAB I HAMILTON of Lancaster was dare Tuesday returning from Mem phil where be has been selling a lot of horses J BID ADAMS formerly of the flog ors Shoo Company has accepted a po sition with the G P Ross Shoo Corn pinyLox Democrat MRB WILLIAM O LACKEY and son harry Lackey of St Louts returned homo Monday after spending several weeks with Mrs Lackeys parents Mr and Nraarr1 B Wlntersmlth t Courier Journal PROP M D HOO11E9 of Lancaster and Mr Edgar Graham of Louisville were hero this week working up bust ness for the Aetna Life Insurance Co ooo of the best companies doing bust ness to Kentucky OUR clever and efilclent agent Mr Joe B Rice declined the L l N Southern agency at Jelllco this week It Is a far better paying agency but Mr Rico could not got his consent to leave Stanford wo aro glad to say LOCALS t ad SKI Hlgglns McKlnneys field seed r ALL kinds of feed and coal cheep for cash J H Baughman Co stock of solid silver spoons oto Lolec and prices right at W H Mud flor FOR 8ALEA secondhand cooking stove good as new at halt wholesale prlco Joe Ballou MR J W JAMES obtained license this week to run a saloon near the do t pot at Crab Orchard STANFORD Is experiencing another butter famine Thorn wasnt a pound on sale to the stores several days this week 4THEetroote were as slick aa glass yesterday the pedestrian who did Dot get a fall or two was the exception rather than the rule ARM SALTER tlrallka0wo col ored fiddler and one of Stanfords old oat men died ol dropsy yesterday morning A wife and several children v lye hlBD The burial will occu- rtoday f Amoskcg Seersucker ginghnm waists ever sold at 10 rents They wash well and wear to your eatisfac tion No Mend Linen Knee is tho name of a new stocking wo are selling for bjys and girls They ore all that is claimed for them Hand Made Torschoni- n the name of the best wearing lace ever put on a garment Wo have n varietyof patterns in Edgings and InsertionsA supply of floe cut glass at Muellers WANTEDbu78 eec haad typewriter This utlice READ the losurauco ad of Rev R B Mahooy In tnls ueIIMUKLLEItS line of floe gold aod gold flied watones larger than over I WAGON harness collar Ira ces ba kbaokl eta at J O MoCla rys WE have an eeofmillet and clover hay cheep for cash J H naugbroan ft Co Joust THOMPSONSsbowAroundt- he World In 80 Mloutesbss been booked for May 7 J LOST WATCH A gentleman gold open face watch Lost between Graded School and Rowland Return to Mrs Carrie Shelton Rowland toward FRED P BISHOP died at Okla homa City O T last week was aI member of the Mt Xeola Tent of Mac cabees and carried 13 000 In that ardorI ON Saturday Feb 27th there will boa Praise sod Jubllo entertainment aI the home of Mrs Adella Woods from 2 to 6 oclock for the Methodist Sunday school after which refreshments will bo served free Tvta COIlI1 Richmond told boI Lexington Democrat that Madison will have no candidate for Congress but will support nOD Qarvev Oelmof this place Bully for old Madlon She al ways was all rlett LiNT begun Wednesday During the Lenten season Catholics aro re quired to refrain from the use of fresh meat o certain days and to perform acts of charity or penitence No marriages are solemnized In the cburcb during Len- tSIInrsMrs KilzsPplros wife of Jobn Spires died at her homo near Highland Tuesday and was burled at Mt Morlah Wednesday aftorooon She was a member of the Christian cburcb aod an excellent lady Her husband and five children survive THEY told the president that I was 76 years old had one foot In the grave and the other rapidly following and that the llth Congressional district bad all the good offices In the State11 said Sudge T Z Morrow to us when wo told him bow disappointed we were that ho was not appointed pension agent toSUE writes without bitterness and her sympathy with the Southern cause and tu loaders does not lead her Into ono stdod estimates of the war as a whole1 Mrs Plcketts book cannot tall to bo Interesting reading to those students of history who like to observe the events of the war from every poI ble point of view It Is entertaining and the personal note gives one a more intimate acquaintance with the subject of the biography that could cot otherwise bo obtained Chicago Record Mrs Plckott will lecture at Waltons Opera House Tuesday evening Mar 1 WHITE MlN Annie White daughter of Mr and Mrs T M White died in Louisville Monday night of lung trouble and the romaine were brought to McCormaoka church Wednesday afternoon and Interred after funeral services by Rev O W Mills of Hus tonvllle Miss White with her par ante formerly lived In this county where she had many friends She was 25 year old and hers was a beautiful Christian life She was a umber of the Broadway Christian church of Louisville liar parents and brother Mr Charles J White accompanied the remainsLandesThe 0 urgent request from our friends and patrons has Induced us 10 add to our rapidly Increasing busi ness a dress making department For this purpose wo have erected a new building la tbe roar containing recep tion ladles toilet and work rooms Miss Lau a competent modiste of Lou isville will have charge of the depart ment and under her supervision wo feel sure of maintaining our establish ed reputation for superior styles and qualities Wo will be prepared to cor rectly build any thing you may wish from the simple home drove or waist to the most elaborate trousseau We hope to have tho pleasure of serving you fa this new department John P Jones Lancaster Is the name of the heat Apron Gingham and It mesnh It will wash and wear There Is lots of siufl road for Lancnttr Gingham that is not In the same clsss M e have a good line of the genufno M 7J Cft s A Name tuocluiffl with a good reputation Is part of a man inheritance A name associated with Hood Mercbai dlsxli prt ones caplll You va ue your oamesi so Ir heri laui aid Ike law makes uu Its sole owner provided tours is not Mono Smith You otiilor shoo d be a man who tal merchaidue hy Ita name All wool should not be a cotton mixture cite It should be called lib um wool Half silk should not be tailed al sIU but aUyba t silk II All linen should not bo ca led linen but union linen It was old Abe Lincoln who meld You can humbug some people all the time al ibe Itople Mnuilnits but juicsnoot humbug all tbe people all the time tf We try to piofe all Ibr people all the tine Head the names of Ibo merchandise we M i mil tHfcc otnbiit tine All Wool Carpet G the naut of a rarltllballhp filling and the chain Is all wool When we say- au wro WM dont mrsn hsf w- notSEVERANGE SON You cant hart ftUelier prices on line cut trlaM 3005 TtICVia Queen d Crescent Rmtu Imam Clnciunail Juoo Iou Uitv and Intermediate point to all polite In Texa eat of + ao Aotoola Qouitoo Fun Worth Galvestoo Ama rills Quanh Vernon Browo ood Brady Rocicpori Hun Angulu Waco Corpus Curinii Alice Kcrrvlllo and all points In Zodiac nudOKlaboma Ter ritories Ttcieew on sae March 1 and 16 Rood 21 days Stopping privileges For Information address 0 E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky or W 0 Rlnear on 0 P A Cincinnati 0 FROM the following telegraphed from Sidney N S W U would seem that the gentleman mentioned Is not faring soy too wen John Alexander Dowie received the worst treatment when be attempted u bold ooeul Da proselyting meetings here that bs occurred since be begun holding public meetings Nu soooer bad bo begun berating the peo pIe of Sidney than a crowd of 6000 drove EI611111 from the platform Ele escaped through a rear exit aod covered the ground to hU hotel before toe mob could reach him Lato tbe same night bu left Sidney secretly by train going to to the railroad station In a guarded coach DANVILLE Berdme A Paul the suspect wbu was arrested In Frankfort several days ago and held pending an Investigation In regard to the Ruoker murder was released Ry Clay bourne Martin does not teem to beed the warnings of the grand jury and although he was given Instructions to leave tuotwithin Ova days while they were see Nun he still continues to walk the streets bareheaded sod barefooted The search for the aulol of W B Rocker continues without abatement The first clues are now practically ex ploded and It Is not believed any long er that either Ab Maples or Turner bad anything whatever to do with the murder and rubberyAdvocateC- HURCH MATTERS Rev UilbertGlais of OUsgow will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning sod evening Rev James A Kirtiey one of the oldest Baptist divines In the Stale died at his flume In Boone county Eld P U Campbeh win preach at McLOrmaulcs church Sunday morning at 11 A U Mad Sunday evening at 030 I MToo 2tUh annual convention of the Young MeoV Christian Aisoclatlon of Kentucky is la sesilon at Bowling Green The pulpit of the Christian church at Turnersvlllo will be filled next Sunday morning Fob 21st by Rev J W Baglo of Stanford A good attendance wilt be much appreciated The Methodist book committee has decided to recommend that the Cincin nati and Now York publishing houses of the church be consolidated at tbo gcderal conference at Los Angeles In MayA Missionary Rally will be held herein the Christian church on next Sunday at 230 p M The program will consist of good missionary songs and short addresses by F M Tinder of Lancaster O W Mills of Hustonvllle A E Gibbons Augustus Rogers and H C Garrison of Daavlllo Program will be limited to H hours All Chris tian people are cordially Invited and all the members of the Christian church are urged to attend this ser vice No contributions will be taken or pledges solicited LAND STOCK CROPS ETC At a sale In Mercer county corn brought 9320 per barrel- O P Huffman bought of various parties a lot of butcher stuff at 3c At Columbia Mo 25 jacks cold at an average of 055 highest price 8BOO Wm Bradley a wellknown horse eXIDKILoONow York Monday for the first time since June 1698 Sixty thousand acres of land hal been purchased In Alabama by aNorth era syndicate for colonization purposes During January J M Roberts the Pulaskl leader In cattle trade bought about 250 of various parties at from 2i to 3o Somerset Journal Smith Noll bought In Cumberland county a few days ago 50 cattle at 3o in Metcalfe 10 cattle at 31c In Green 100 bogs at toAdair News A E HundiHv bite tsimpleted ar rangements whereby be will have the noted sire KentucKv Artist at Logan burt farm this season Kentucky Artier Is one of the neat combined end lions In the cnuntrv says the Advo cstoAbout40 head of horses rod mules were sold at fair prices at the Fox It Logan sale on vinn 1y Prices for horses ranged from 133 to 1250 whlln the Dtcen no mul a ranged from 1100 tolltO M J Ferris bougnt 63 1000 pound cattle from Robert Snow and Bridgewater at3c per pound Advo Cato Perfect Confidence Whore theo used to bt a feeling ol un easiness and worry in the household when a child showed symptoms of croup there Is now perfect confidence This is owing to the uniform succvaa of Chem brrlalns i ougb Remedy in the treatment of that dlsoab Mrs 1 I Ifosford of Poo tsvllo Md in speaking of her ex perlrnco In the use of that remedy says I have a world of confidence in Cham berlains trough Remedy for I have used Ifwith pefoct success My chi d Garland issublact t pevuO attacks of croup and It always give him prompt relief II Fur solo by W N 1lg-o Russell Brown u Negro barber has flied suit fur I3 aifain t W 3 Taylor at Indianapolis for shaving mOllataloi guards during Tailors Kentuckys executive r bulldlcg Practically punitive Information has been received that Dr William Mc Ewan of Ptttsburg will decline the presidency of Central UolverUy Produce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you the best market price for your Poultry Egg Feathers tilde Kurt iron lirois Etc Call at- NORTaoOTT k THOMAS StanlordKy NOT1CEI Notice li hereby given to the owners and holders of the IIJOUU Lincoln county 4 per cent booth of series A Isned March 1- isgu10 year bond optional In five years th4t the Court will redeem said eerie of bonds at tho Lincoln Uountt National Hank of Stanford Kentucky on March I 1901 uprovided In the taco of said bonds JAS P IIAILKT J L O C LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky AP persons wishing bay or tell farms will do well to woo un We a number of flue Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will bo pleated to show any one what we have If you desire to sell place It In our hands Office at Hoones Stable Stanford K- yFOR SALE Ten acres ot land a twostory trout seven room cottage The house U now A splendid garden orchard There la a large mill on the placer a good crusher and the dam Is In good repair and the natural power Is great economy In running the mill splendid business Everything Is In good and has all necesaair out buildings Tbo owneraonly reason for selling Is the rush of other business as bo has extensive farming Interests to look after This prop erty Is on the Hanging Fork about 4 miles from Stanford and can be bought at a bargain roe further particulars S U Thurmond Lytle or L R licence Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE having decided to move to Lexington I will sell at my place at Moreland Ky SATURDAY FEB 20 1901 Stock Crops Etc consisting of 1000 bale of hay 10 need of horses 2 Jersey cows as good as there are In the county 2 good bug gle one made the Central Carriage Co or Usovllleueed one year 1 long IbafL Frazier cartnearly new 1 pneu matic carts bought In 1003 several sot of harness blacksmith tools bone clippers 1 pair of gear 200 bales of nlca straw some wagon timber household and kitchen furniture consisting of 2 nlca boating stoves neatly new one cost 128 SO the other e40 3 cooking stoves 1 walnut suit of furniture cost f110 an oak suit cost f63 7 carpets nice sideboard 12 toot extentlon Lable handsome bought In 1603 a lot of chairs chickens etc corn and shelled oats I 2 good family mares standard bred will tend without hitching one slxvoaraold the other elovoa yoare old 2 nice stud colts foaled In 1001 royally bred 2 nice flllles foaled In 1001 both by Dr Monlcal 30x32 fillies foaled 1003 each entered In- S34500 wsrtb of futuritiesono by Arlon S07i the highest priced trotter ever sold brought 125000 by Jay Bird sire of Hawthorne 20 4 sold for 59000 tits month In the W T Woodard sale A lot of other things not mentioned spring wagon anfla No 1 bay frame for a wagonJ O MOAUUflTEB M red Ky Simpsons is the nnrno of the Best Black Cal goodItwell posted buyers know it Zeiglers is tho name of the Ladies Shoo that poesesfccs more good qualities than any shoo made for ladies for the puce Lowell is tho namo of tho best all wool car pet made When a dealer offers you something just as good ho is not posted We have them a I Amoskeg is the name of tho best DIce Gins ham over retailed at 10 cents Those called just as good are not OH good either in dyo or finish Wo hnvo a choice line of patter- nsGodmans is tho namo of tho best Solid Leather Shoe for Women and Children ever sold in Stanford Silk Kid 1 is tho name ofB new Shoo fort Ladies we havo just put in and wo recommend them and stand back of them as to style and wear Look at f- themIThe Boy at School Is Hard on His ClothestIt His winter suit may be much worn by now and he may need n One Anything in Boys Clothing at Cost until March 1st from 5Oc to 200 Cheaper Than They Usod to Bo i 1 tf 1 Cummins a McClary IiAAtA ail e liIJ51 a e- aq a q qlit q d y1f0 ty e Q- ie aw Little Early 3 dl 1 IIll 111 a 41 But they are 1 ere Spring Goadssicoming in fast Clothing Shoes ti Shirts Neckwear are already ini11 We hope to be able to have our entire s- p I stock in by March 1st You better elook over our Job Lot counter of Shoes Ea4 they are cheap w i1 Q i- a tis- elw C Terms l Cash HJMRoberts JI BY AQENTR 101 5 f 3e COME And see this before you buy You get in this a slack or coke or trash burner It is an Airtight Hot Blast combined Too much can not be said for a Stove like this Geo H Farris COt Stanford Kyt 7 TIME TRIED AND FIRE TESTED ARE THESFIVE GREAT FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES B Mahony 1They point with pride to having passed through three of greatest fires that this country has over known without o having the business of either disturbed in the least The Best Insurance is the Cheapest Insure withr ti B B MAHONY Agt Stanford y I THE GEffFT flS19 t Having made a satisfactory settlement with our creditors our sale is now on in full blast COME NOW fiND GET BftRGftlNSt 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 aicf PHICESY Everything must gonothing reserved The stock of goods must be converted into cash 1 at once If you want the GREATEST BARGAINS in the isohtry of your lives come early be fore the stock is picked over Everything SPOT CASH Remember this sale will not last but a few days Dont forget the date of sale and place Till NEW YORK CLOTHING BOOT and SHOE STORE C ROSENSTEIN CO Proprietors THE INTEH10RJOURHAL Jtntered n the potlrofflce at Stanford at lauattcr +atal2ah dTiseaGa pm aAdzS4VIIi- T 1 PER YEAJt CASH rI Wnso not sopsldssaOO will beoharg a KNUXYIUE IIIYISIII 24 Train olog North 104 p m OS8 n 280 am 02I South 1217 am foU to UIDID f BOB QUIS 66749 AJOO Y I will stud the above splendid Jersey bull af my near water atll50 In advance Return privileges permitted rK OAMENI30H Stanford Ky J H 100ME CO Proprietors LIVER flND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal 1Dart1 TraylorI oaLxa ta Whisk Brandu WIncs Beer Gloars Etc Oarpantor Close to DepotSTANFORD KY Prompt and pollU attention Nothlnr but the bee to drink Mall pnoas cr tel eph orim receive prompt attention Ue C RUPLEY I The Merchant Tailor STANFORb KY Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call I JDWearenInsuranGe Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New Yotk the largest company in the world Assets I18710G3512 SurplbeM regards pol er holder to43Got4JoIt Furra property In Boyle Casey Garrard an coin counties Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky C n aD 1X NOTICE An election for Directors for the Lincoln County National Dank will be held at said bank office on Saturday March Mb 1904 to elect directors to serve for ensuing year J B d W Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and Fancy BOTHSheers West Main Ltraot Stanford Kentucky r R A JONES DENTIST t Stanford Ky Office over Blgglna sit McKinney Store Telephone fig 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary U open all the year for the treatment of snrgtcal and chronic diseases and for con saltation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bill due when services are rendered and must two paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLES- WBU3SBS3Nrron JUNCTION CITY KY p rirstOlassTurnonts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Bale Small Farm For Sale I I desire fossil privately mv farm of 130 acres on the Liberty pike 23 mile from Hustonvllle it Is all In grass and the land is fertile and In good shape It has on It A good housr of 7 rooms a tenant house two stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address O W mae Jr Tyrone O Too or call on JP Rlae Huston vllle Ky Jw L Beazley it Co Undertakers and- Embalmors LLODaALaalla FurnltureXattingsRugsThey kinds of Stock Give th aa call micas right STANFORD KINTUOKT RICHARDSON ANSWERS The Louisville Herald took occailon to traduce tbe memory of Goy Goebol attar the memorial services at Frankfort and this is the way Editor lllch ardaoo of tbe Glasgow Times dealt with It and aU such ghouls Tbe creature who crawls Into tbe grave and dtabboors the dead li more loathsome tban the anauln In a personal difficulty William Goe bel shot and killed Jobn Sandford He refuted a pardot from the governor of Kentucky was tried and acquitted In an examining court and was never oven Indicted for the part he was forced to take In a moil lamentable trage dy Toll Is the men branded as a murderer by tbe Louisville Herald It Is Indeed well that memorial services for her murdered governor be held In Kentucky and tbe Herald speaks but scant truth when It declares the occasion a reminder of tbe blaok ett page In our history For assassina Lion mot foul not one of the hells blood of aisattlns has ever suffered the extreme penalty and the chief Instiga tore and ringleaders In this bloody tragedy are today free men And tbe viler than anyone of all these cowardly assassins more hideous tban the skulking bloodthirsty mur derer who fired tbe gun that sent William Goebel to his bloody grave la the Inhuman wretch who digs Into that grave to desecrate and lie upon the dead The editor of the Herald has set a standard of journalism so low that decent men turn from him In horror and disgust and even assassins repu diate his dastard mallgosoce PROTECTS THE SYSTEM AGAINST CATARRH Hyomel Prevents Colds And Cures Grip And Catarrh Money Back If It Falls ClAn ounce of prevention is worth a round of cure A few breaths of Hyo mei through tin neat pocket Inhaler that comes with every outfit will cheek a cold or the grip At the start and prevent Serb OUB and lasting illness In all catarrhal troubles and diseases of the air passages Hyomei has a positive action not possessed by any other medi cine or treatment It Is pleasant and con venient to use simply put 20 drops of Hyomei in the inhaler and breathe it a few minutes four times a day In this way every particle of air that enters the lungs Is charged with a healing balsam that kills all catarrhal germs soothes aid allays the mucous membrane vitalizes the blood with ozone and makes a per manent and complete cure A Hyomei Ult coats only SI and con aloe an inhaler medicine dropper and bottle of Hyomei The inhaler lasts a life time and when more Hyoael Is need ed oxtra bottles can be obtained for 60c- MrTenny gives his personal guarantee with every Hyomei outfit be sells to re fund the mosey if it does not euro To The Voters of the Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of tbe Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of the democratic party As circuit judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which have become a part 01thoStatea history and at a most critical time As judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot tn construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well at to construe the present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to its proper con struction Almost innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my court touching tbo rights of corporations and the exercise of franchises under tbe law How well I have discharged mv duties under such Irving circumstances Is left to you to determine- I will be vary grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and oRlce to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTRILL Do IT To OAT The timeworn In junction hover put off ill to BOHOW what you can do to day is now gener ally presented In this Do it today That Is the terse advice wo want to give you about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for several dayi perhaps weeks Take some reliable remedy for ItroDAt and let tnat remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirty five years A tow doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and ita continued use for a few days will cure you completely No matter bow deepseated your cough even If dread consumption has attacked yur lung German Syrup will surely effect a curoas It has done before In thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble New trial bottles 25c regular size 76c At all druggists GLADYS PRAYER Gladys bad lost twofront teeth She bad been told that God would give her some new ones She was to take part In the Eas ter at School I- nIspiterefused to put In an appearance and Easter was at hand One night Gladys mother hoard her talking after she had put ber to bed She went back and saw her kneeling beside her bed In the moonlight tlO God she was saying If you havent got my new teeth done wont you please drop my old ones down again till after EasterFebruaryL- ippiucotte yam What Are They Chamberlains Stomach and Livcr Tab lets A new remedy for stomach trou bles blllouinois and constipation and a good oaew Price 25 cents For silo by W N Oralg First National BankStrJordexy Capital Stock JSOOOOj This Institution was originally established as the osI Hank of Stanford In 111 then reorganised ILl the National Hank of Stanford la 84J and again reorganlied as the First National Da iV of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact nee promptly and well than everbefore In Its loaf and honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Directors J B Paxton J D Owsiey- B II Shank W O Walker Oeo W Carter 1 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