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U SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IIVOl XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 23 IH04 8 A M NO 102 I GINSENG Tho Yoiemlto Olniooe Garden Is tho I oldest and tint of Its kind In Case county to far alii known to the writ or and hr Indebted for Ue exlitsnoe to fjo following Incident A few years ago two strangers pat log ai fruit trco neotn happened to lodgo over night with me they learne d tbat I wa familiar with the Rloien plot endeavored to engage my ser vice ni a Sat jr digger the pUn be lOll for mo to dig all that 1 could tint sad employ other diirgon from hlcf I tratnored that It theie men could af lord to go abro d to oarob of tbo will plant for nursery purposes piyloi bltfh price for same bat It would pi me to gtOr too pleat on my own ao count Accordingly at onto laid out a suitable piece of land so Incloilng It ai to keep out all Intruder at the amo Limo aupplylog the necemn shade I vliltod acme tang garden 10 an adjoining county purchased a boot of Inilructloni and thus equipped I begin the cultivation of tbo plant Tbr pbenomlnal success attending my ef fort moon attracted the attention of other 10 that now there area number or small gardens la the county and more ID propect GKO M STATON To Tho Democracy of Lincoln County A number of my friends from varlnui seoUons of tho county have requeiwd i too to become a candidate for the decor ocratic nomination for judge of the Lincoln county court and after giving tbe subject circful consideration I bavo deolded to do so I realist bats tblllloot only an honorable but a very Important position and It Is not for me to say ibat 1 am the mao for the place but If the democracy of tee taodi appreciate tbo honor and do my ut imat as I bate alwavs done In the past In helping the party to aobleru a victory In the Heal coolest and It eleo Ud I will to the bolt ot my ability discharge the duties ot the oDloe faith fully and Impartially To those who already bavo so generously and votun tartly extended to me their oordlal earnest and aotlva support I hereby tender my grateful thanks U C WAUHBK 1 GUM SULPHUR Copper CreekLumber Co Is do 1loga good business judging from the of lumber shipped from this1 paint John Woodalls brother and slater are visiting him Wm Fame returned 1from Llvlngnon where he has been his motherI Mourn Lyons and Dunn lumbermen 1 from Junction Cltv were hero last week Mrs Sara Kldd Is visiting In i J Mt Vernon Misses loa and Llizle Roberts wool to Livingston Monday Mrs Tbos Andes of Attamont Is the guest of Mrs F J Jones Mrs G HlattspWm Sams who has been III Is bettor y Mrs Klmore Wallln Is convalescing I ao95 HOUND Tonvia Queen k Crescent Route from Cincinnati June Ion City and Intermediate points to all points In Texas east of San Antonla Houston Fort Worth Galvestoo Ama rllla Quanab Vernon Brownwood Brady Rockport San Angelo Waco Corpus Chrlstl Alice Kerrvlllo od- all points In Indian andOklaboma Tor ritories Tickets on sate March land- I 15 good 21 days Stopping privileges s For Information address O E Clarke 1TP A Lexington Ky or W C lneareoD G P A Cincinnati O Another Case of Rheumatism Cured by Chamberlains Pain Balm The efficacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm In the relief of rheumatism Is being Iirtidemonstrated dally Parker Triplett of Grlgsby save that Chamberlains Pain Balm gave him permanent relief from rheumatism In the back when every thing else filled and he would not be without It For sale by W N Craig Russia Is hurrying troops Into Port Arthur and preparing for a tbo Japanese threatening to takothe place within two months It la believed the Japanese boats are etlll scouting around Port Arthur as desultory tiring is k beard at sea Nearly Forfeits His Life runaway almost ending fatally start JIAhorrible ulcer on Ibo leg of J B Or Franklin Grove Ill For four years i it defied all doctors and all remedies But liucklens Arnica Salvo had no trouble i to cure him Equally good for Bums Ilrulsea Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at Pennys Drug Store NoleonIJ t liON HARVEY HELM Tbn following Is UKon from tbo Lan castor lUunrd It appeared under a rood cm of the splendid gentle man This dlstlngulsta gentleman who In a ondlduto for Congress In tbl Unitlot subject to the action ol tbe detiiooratlo party le thoroughly tqulp ped for the place and tbo manor 10 which be has dltonurged tmporian public trusts I sullluluut apology tor this dXoicQ Uo was burn In rue six tins attended tbu Academy at Stanford Graduated at Central University In 1837 taught school at lerr villo Ib88 and was admitted to the bar 10I 18UU Ha was ulouted to the turn In 1801 cou ty attorney In ISO and again to 1001 Be was a olejlc to the national convention In 1000 and will go to CoogresIn 1001 Ute CUD tribution In local campaigns have ex ceeded tboto of any other man and be la amply able tied perfectly wilting to contribute all tbat will be necessary to conduct tbo campaign and carry the democratic banner to victory In tbo event of his nomination Hols by no means a pauper candidate Tbe dis trial III safely 3000 democratic and the old theory that It requires a barrel to win should bo eliminated from the campaign and lot the race be nude upon the merits and just claims of the candidates It U not a crimp to have money but a bls Dg Yet whoa il tsued to gate favor In politics It become a curse What chance has a roan of ordinary mono with Hearst who Is able to bid 11000000 for the presidential nomina lion T Monay doe not disqualify the owner and should not disqualify bis opponent Tbe emoluments should be distributed without reference to mon ey sad then the iiRlcMr will be oloner to Tbe Uroit Common People Lincoln county democracy Is always true ID all district races and yet she has not bad a democratic Congressman sinus 1823 Sbe now otters a man who Is honest capable and whose fidelity to his party Is absolutely beautiful Learn ed In the law ready ot speech familiar with the Issues of the daYbo Is ready to grapple with tbe most profound proposition and advocate tbat which favors the general welfare One who has the courage to maintain bis eon vlollons and whoso character Is beyond roproaih It goes without saying tbat we will all bo for the nominee but the expres sion that the resources of the sunjrci of this sketch were Insutllclent pro voked a denial and the foregoing com moll DEMOCRAT MATRIMONIAL James J Cloys and Miss Blla 0 Fox will be married at D n Foxs ou the 2lih Because she refused to marry htoi Will LaololC stfot and killed Emma Dueglcr at Ripoo Wta and commu ted suicide Occauso Miss Laura Bostlco refused to go up town with him Walter Sennen shot himself At Evansvlllo mod with probably fatal effect Roy E R Bennett pastor of the Hawosvlllu Metbodln church and Miss Molllo Gadberrv of Casey county were married lu Louisville The groom Is a rising young initiator and his bride Is a very atltractlvo young lady Miss BOlo M Goocb the haodiome and accomplished daughter ot Mr add Mr T W Gooob of MoKlonoy and Ferdinand H Droz a prominent young business man of Cleveland Ohio Hero married Saturday at Mr Jame T Jones Rev J W Hagln olllclatlng Mr and Mrs Droz drove to Moroland sod took the train for Cleveland where Mr Droz has a nice homo at No 800 Woodland Ave X Mlsa Janlo Eason and Bert House man wero married near Battle Mercer county and their wedding Is tinged with romance Mr Houseman lives at BprlogUeld III and about two years alto ho met a man from tbat county who was visiting relatives In Spring Sold Houseman told the Kentuckian that no bad always heard that Kentucky produced the prettiest women In ho world and that he wanted ono if thorn for awlfo Ho asked the man from the Bluegrasa to give him the oamo ol a suitable young woman and the name of Miss Eason was given him Houseman at once wroto her a letter to which she soon replied Photo jrapba wore exchanged and tho corres pondence kept up until finally House nan wroto to tbo young woman telling tier that bo was coming to Kentucky to claim bar OB his bride and asked hero Ux the dato Everything was sail e Factory with her that It was Imply a waste of time to delay natters longer and fixed Tuesday as tbo day Houseman arrived on ecbed tie time und within live hours after tie came ho had married Miss Eaton What Are They Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets A new remedy for stomach troubles blllouineis anil constipation and a sood ono Price 25 cents For sale by W N Oralg NEWS NOTES Mrs P P Johnston of Lexington Is deadFrancis Forbes H noted lawyer died lo New York Threo meD wero killed by an explo sion In New Jury Seneca Lake III frozen over for the tint tlmo since 1886 Norwood Ciaric for 07 years an OJd laI1ol bas broken out on the battleship Maine A geoural strike of plumbers has been declared at Knit Si Louis III Carroll a Wright says religion s the true solution or tbu labor problem- A movement Is already on foot at Cleveland 0 for tee erection of a memorial to Senator Qanoa J Malcolm Forbes widely known as yachtsman and patron of tbo trotting turf Is dead at Milton Mass The weather bureau has Issued cold wavo warnings to Western Florida Al abama and Eastern Mississippi John A Crelgbton has given property lo Omaha worth 260000 without reserve to Crelgbton University Tbe will of Louis Cans formerly of Helena Mont leaves a half million dollars to poor relatives and charity Joseph HCanfleld prominent rubber goods manufacturer and his Swedish maid were killed by coal gas at Bridge port Coon The Greenwich Insurance Company of New York City has reinsured all lit outstanding risks and will withdraw from the Insurance tlIdISecretary Taft out a vigor ous denial of newspaper reports ro garding the alleged existence of slave trade In the Philippine The United State crulsars Newark and Columbia fired on the rebel just outside1 of San Domingo when they fir ed upon an Amarloan mall steamship Tbe Underwriters Committee nowI at work at Baltimore believe the iosur auca loses In the recent tire will not exceed 310000000 and may not go tbatI bghIAbout 200 butchers employed by tbe Louisville Packing Company struck because the butchers helpers wore notI paid tbe wages of the butchers them lolvelIProprietors of theaters and music ball have been warned by the city authorities to allow no songs to be sung that might offend Japanese or Russians A necro who had shot and killed a Deputy Sheriff near Crosiett Ark was pursued by a mob captured and burned at the stake coir the scene of his crime Twenty Ore men women and chll dron were killed and many others In jured by the explosion of dynamite on the Southern PaolQo railroad at Jack son Utah In an attempt by three constables and a posse of citizens to close a pool room at Madison III a riot was pre cipitated and seven men were wound ed two of whom may die Prof J T Patterson for 15 years president of Hamilton College died at St Josephs hospital Lexington after an Illness of several months He bad recently returned from California where bo had gone In search of health Harry P McDonald Representative from tbo 40 Louisville district In the Legislature died at Frankfort after a brief Illness of pneumonia Ho was a member of an old Virginia family long prominent In Kentucky and bad been conspicuous In public life TO SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS air Penny Urges Thom To Use Hyomel Willing To Sell It On Approval A now and especially valuable use for lyomel has been discovered ono that will bo particularly welcomed by singers and public speakers The free use of Uyomcl breathed thro he Inhaler that comes with every outfit tarries healing balsams to the bead and hroat and strengthens the voice Mr 1Vnny has had several of his customers to peak to him In regard to the good eflects ollowing the use of lyomel for thla spec ial purpose and will bo glad to sell It on pproval to any singer minister teacher or publio speaker lie feels very sure that the use of Hyo mel for this purpose will make many new needs for the treatment If It does not glvo satisfaction tho money paid will be eturncd promptly and withoutqucstlons The complete Hyomel outfit consisting of an Inhaler that can bo carried in tho mrse or pocket a bottle of Hyomel and a medicine dropper costs only one dollar Many remarkable cures of catarrh and they troubles of the air passages have icon made by Hyomel and Mr Penny grees to refund the money to anyone vho does not find It a complete cure for any catarrbal trouble There Is no dangerous stomach drug glug with llyomoi simply breathe It hrough the inhaler and relief comes quickly V ANDREW W BUCHANAN Who died ai Crab Orchard at an early hour Yesterday morning Burial at 2 oclock tbfs afternoon LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Joe Jordan bought six horses here at 140 to 1176 FOR SALE TOO bales of nice straw Embry Bros 3 i Tbe Abbot tbe tolerated trotting hor e Is dead I W L Ferguson of Lancaster sold to Saunders di Walker 100 bushels of wheat at 11 May wheat Ic Chicago jumped to 1107 Saturday which In the highest price in tbe history of the market Tbe fifth annual tobacco fatrat Maya vllle was largely attended by tobacco men from Kentucky Ohio and Virgin- Ia The National Tobacco Stemming Machine Company of Chicago will Install H plant costing 1100000 in LouisvilleWalter Warren sold to Ike Shelby Junction City 40 100pound shoal 1126 and to Sweeney Morgan of Garrurd three cows and calves for ISO ESTKAY A block mare about 12 years old little white on rlebt bind foot came to my place Jan 23 can get her by paying for her ODerI this notice Monroe Stewart O W Worthington of BtanfordI the fast mare lIooooFu1turltvthief and the colt Is expected to be ItI winner Tbo Knights of Pythias Fair Associ ation of Nlcholssyllle at Its meeting elected president J M Traynor first vice president F P Taylor second vice president David Bell secretary R H Webb treasurer W R Smith un IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J Wash Adams a wall known law yor of Wbllesburg Is mysteriously missing Representative Gilbert has secured a pension of 20 a month for J B Ken nedy of Richmond Mrs John Thorpe of Richmond died it the Fleming Motel in Frank fort alter a weeks Illness of pneumonia Rov Walter R Brock of London by a unanimous veto was called to the pastorate of tbe Baptist church at Mt VernonRecruiting Officer Newman of the U S cavalry has left Danville for Somerset where be will establish a recruiting station During his naylo Danville not a man applied for admls sloo Intotbo army Dr William McEwan when notified of his election as president of Central University stated to the committee that bo did not know what his decision would be until the matter had been acted on by his church but be would be guided by his sense ot duty Escaped an Awful Fate Mr II Hagglns of Melbourne Fla writes My doctor told mo I had consumption and nothing could be dona for me I was given up to die The otter of a free trial bottle of Dr Klngss New Discovery for Consumption induced me to try it Results woio startling I am now on the road to recovery and owe all to Dr Kings New Discovery It surely saved my life It This great cure is guar anteed for all throat and lung diseases by Pennys DrugStore Price 50o and fl Trial bottles free Tho price of pig Iron has been reduc ed 50 cents on the ton by Southern iron makers to meet the lower price re coo y mado by the Northern furnace operators Mysterious Circumstance Ono was palo and sallow and the other fresh and rosy Whence the difference She who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings New Life Pills lo maintain it By gently arousing Ihe lazy organs they compel good digestion and bead off coo stlpatlon Try them Only 25c at Poe nys Drug Store i i b t ir n I1- tf r AiJfawes Jfato tttThe new Spring Shapes ri have arrived For quality style and service they have priceIITT in T Oa miLLER Danville KD lBTHEGLOBE 1rt a y e tz o o i o o fq Jt o I FARMERS AVE HAVE A OOOD STOCK Or 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 essa HigginsMKinneySTANFORD FACTORY IN STANFORD Do you know there is a factory hi Stanford that can turn out + yearsyou they tire the best thing made in the way of a filter We have hun dreds of testimonials to that direct Give mo your order now EO as to catch the spring rains Roofing and Guttering Plumbing Furnace work or anything else that comes in the lino of Tinning or Plumbing Pumps of all kinds Call up No HG S H ALDRIDGEDe- pot Street Stanford Ky Now is the time when the sick room is not well equipped without the much needed HOT WATER BOTTLE Our water bottles are made of the very best quality of rubber and we shall sell them at reasonable prices125 150 200 Pennys Drug Store 1lCy Start in the New Year v RIght c By Trading With W B MGRobertsl n DRUGGISTSTANFORD TrtEINTEfUORJOURNAL y E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party GEO W DE BORD la a canaUate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject lo tile action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR- I a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic patty JESSE C LYNN It candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to At action of the democratic party DINK FARMER IIJI candidate for JaIler of Lincoln county subject U the action of the Democratic party JAMES c HAYS Ii4 candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the faaocratlc party WI HERRIN ft a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the OcaocratK party SAMUEL M OWENS tt a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to KM action of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT II a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools st Lincoln County subject to u of the demo ctlc party MISS KATE BOGLE It a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools eUnmin county subject to the action of the democratic party HON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress hi the Brfetti district to succeed Ron G sub jest to the action of the Democratic party Your sup port Is earnestly solicited ATLANTA GA SINCE our last Issue tho editor of this paper has mado a brief but de lightful visit to his brother Mr T R Walton In Atlanta Ga Mr Walton U well known to many of our readers who will bo glad to learn that ha Is prospering In bis adopted Southern home Atlanta has no citizen more loyal to her Interests than Mr W who is never happier than when sing log the praises of the Gate Clty Just a year has elapsed since the writer visited Atlanta and the Improve ments during that short time are most marked Greater Atlanta seems to be the slogan of tbo citizens of the magnificent city and they not only talk Atlanta but build Atlanta Both tbo resident and business sections of the city boar decided evidence of prosDQrl ty and buildings by the score have been erected A 16story business house Is below built corner Marietta and Peachtree streets by the Fourth National Bank while the Coca Cola Co II erecting one a story higher fur they up on Peachtree Ere long the FlrsiBaptlst church will tiulld a 8150 000 edifice having sold their old church for 181000 and the congregation of the First Meth9dlst chnrcb have begun one to cost about a similar amount Uncle Sam bas bought ground for a 1000000 postoHlce a new depot to cost In the neighborhood of a million Is a certainty and many other buildings are to go up when the weather opens Certainly Atlanta has taken on new life and the writer predicts that In 10 years the will rival In size business and appearance such western cities as Louisville and Cincinnati Tbn Federal Prison Is one of the In teresting places round Georgias capl tal There are i00 convicts Including a number of Indians McKnlght the Louisville bank wrecker who was tried I a half dozen or so times Is one of tbe i distinguished prisoners Tbe build fogs and grounds are kept In per- fect3order the warden and deputies are courteous and but for the sadness that i the eight of the able bodied and good looking men in confinement brings on would be a pleasant place to visit There are some 1200 soldiers at Mo Pherson Barracks now and that IB an other place tbe plgbtseera almost Inva riably visit Soldiers are not popular with Atlanttans however and even their brass buttons do not win favor with tbe Georgia lasses The fact Is i so many of tbe soldiers have mllbeI hayed In the city and are considered BOI short in their ways that they have very few friends In or around Atlanta Atlantas street car system Is well nigh perfect and her people are justly proud of It Cars run to all of the sub urban towns some eight to 10 miles distant and the round trip costs only a dime There Is little or no waiting i for care as they run every three minute on many lines and not less than from five to 15 on the long routes Theres nothing doln in politics la Georgia now Gov Terrill Is mak log a fine executive the democratic party Is In power and the goose honks high In Georgia as It Is In Kentucky once more a democratic nomination Is equivalent to an election and conse I quently the Corn Cracker State nov er has a bad governor Atlanta has grown BO large that she has found It necessary to have a branch postoBlce It Is located on tbe south G aide of tbe city and Station B as it Is called is the source of much convenience The handsome suburban of the late Gen Johh B g42iUL likely be reproduced at f Worlds Fall It Is a palatial old southern home and admirers of the gal lant dead soldier and patriot fid pleas ure in spending good deal of time at the hospitable old place An Orphans Borne built by RevI Sam P Jones Is another of tbo many good things Atlanta has Coxs Semi nary Is quito a noted school for young women some 300 attending just now Tho graded school system Is excellent and there are numerous Institutions of learning In tbe city and surrounding It Atlantas usually delightful climate was on Its bad behavior while the wrlI ter was there and the weather was DOI better than we were having at tbe same time In this section A BDOWI nearly six Inches deep has fallen there this winter but It did not stay on tbe ground long This feeble pen has written so much about Atlanta from time to time that It Is feared tbo I J readers think tbe subject worn out before this but that Is where they are wrong The Gate City Is a great place and tbe more one sees of It the better he likes it and tbo more he feels like sounding Its praises ECW TUB Japanese all over tbe United States are raising large sums of money and volunteering aid to their country in her struggle This Is in marked contrast to the Russians here who so far as tbe newspapers are able to asccr tale have made no effort toward giving assistance to their mother couotryI which goes to prove that many of those who are fighting In tbe Czars army are doing so from compulsion and not from tbe spirit of patriotism The Impres sion has all along prevailed that tbe Russian government Is more or less ty ranlcal nod tbe fact that those of that country who are now out of Its cluthces take but little Interest in It and maul lest no patriotism whatever gives tbe color of truth to the belief that Russia Is In no great measure misjudged THE Senate Committee on reapportionment of judicial districts met and killed the HarglsRedwine house bill proposing to take the county ot Breathitt from the twentysecond jutdlclal district by adopting a substi tate for it The substitute loaves Breathitt where it Is at present and makes a now district of the counties of Knott Floyd and Magoflln The Gov ernor Is to appoint tbe judge and com monwealths attorney for the new district to servo until the election of thlsyear POLITICAL The Senate passed tbe pure food bill Dr Manuel Amador Panamas first president was Inducted Into his omen Saturday The democratic committee of the First district has Issued a call for a primary on May 7 to nominate a can didate for Congress The Senate Committee on Corpora clops has decided to report favorably tbe bill placing a 60o tax on each bar eel of rectified wblsky and 250 on each portion of a barrel It Is believed that a bill will be re ported from the House Committee on territories joining Oklahoma and In dian Territory Into a single State un der tbo name of Oklahoma John G Carlisle has declined to make an argument In tbe United States Supreme Court against the constltu ttonallty of the Virginia Constitution disfranchising tbe negro vote It is believed the Democrats In the Senate will be about evenly divided for and against the canal treaty Sen ator McCreary will vote for it and Senator Blackburn will vote against It Gov Herrick and W E Cox are out of tbe race for the United States Sen ate from Ohio to succeed the late M A Banna and it is now certain that the honor will go to Hon Charles W DickIn the democratic primary for county offices In Woodford Saturday Judge L H Parrlsh defeated James F Wllholt for sheriff by 85 votes E Mulcahy won the nomination for representative by 400 votes W D Jesse defeated W O Davis and two others for county at torney by 300 votes John H Barnett was chosen assessor The other officers were elected without opposition The House by a vote of 75 to 5 pass ed the Day bill prohibiting coeduca ton of the races In the State several republicans voting for the bill after It had been so amended as to permit schools under tbe same management The House passed the Senate bill ox tending the common school term to six months but refused to call up for pas sage the bill correcting some features ot the School Book Act The Senate passed the bills changing the appellate court districts providing for tho resale of franchises of public utility companies at the end of 20 years Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Unequalled- for Constipation Mr A R Kane a prominent druggist of Baxter Springs Kansan says Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are in my judgment the most superior prepa ration of anything in use today for con BtipaUoti They are sure in action and with4no tendency to nauseate or gripe For aae by W N Ortigl r I HERE AND THERE Joseph JefToraou mo actor was 75 years old Saturday MIis Carrie Rirby was burned to death near Paducab The Senate will begin voting on tbo Panama canal treaty today There was a drop of five cents a bar rod In the price of Kentucky oil during last week Four persons were Injured In a streetcar accident in Plttaburg One of tbo Victims may die In true wild Western style a little country store at MoVllle Greene county Il1dwall held up and robbed One man was killed and several others seriously hurt In a wreck on the Pennsylvania railroad at Hobart Ind The funeral of Harry P McDonald former member of the Legislature was attended by many friends In Louie yule Tbe Russian government announces that it bas abolished the censorsbtp on all telegrams going to foreign countries The Racine WIs Insane Asylum valued at 1100000 was destroyed by fire All Inmates were taken out In In safety Tbe big building of the Union Man ufacturing Company of St Paul Mine was gutted by fire entailing a heavy toes The Senate putted the bill authorizing counties to Issue bonds to build turnpikes when Indorsed by a vote ol the people Speaker Ell Brown left for Kaufman Texas summoned by a telegram an nouncing tbe critical Illness of bis brother Dorsey Brown A reign of terror among the women of Utica township near Jeffereonv Isle Inil has been relieved by the arrest of George Nolan a tramp In collision between a passenger and freight train at Paducah Fireman Claude Brszzell was killed and Engineer WMum Byrd Injured A Baltimore Insurance paper eitl mates the Insurance loses from tbe recent fire at I328H4891 which will be reduced to 131005132 by salvage Three men are deal and several oth are suffering from serious Injuries as tbe result of a gas explosion In tbo Lackawaona steel plant at Buffalo A New Orleans dispatch says there will be an effort to raise a regiment of Rough Riders In the United States for service with Japan against Russia In a speech to the Illlnolsmine work ers at Chicago Jno Mitchell Intimated that be might resign as the head of tbe miners organization at an early date The corpse of tbe Rev James Bart was stood up behind tbe pulpit of the church during the funeral service at Folsomvllle tad He bad been pastor of the church 55 years With the engineer asleep and an lor experienced fireman on duty a Balti more and Ohio freight train ran 20 miles on tbe wrong track from OiUco Ind to the Big Four bridge lu Jailer eon villa Aler Bramel a farmer of Mason county while crazed with wblsky shot his wifes head off and then burned his house over his own bead His two children escaped and gave the alarm to the neighbors The citizens ot Frankfort will give a banquet to the members of the General Assembly State official and Invited guests Tuesday evening next In cele bration of the Legislatures action In providing for new State buildings Tbe funeral of Senator Marcus A Hanna took place at St Pauls Epleco pal church in Cleveland A multitude of people surrounded the church ad mlitance to the services being by card The funeral eulogy was delivered by Bishop Leonard after which tbe body was deposited in a vault at Lakevlew cemetery AU business was suspended In Cleveland during the hours of the funeral and traffic on all tbe steam and electric roads was stopped for five min utes as a mark of respect Real Estate Bargains countyKypowerthetodate reller mill with burrs for corn and meal bolt The engine Is of 7 years run 11 acres with the mill Including what Is with the house of 5 room All for tflJJO or 15 too for the mill and 14 acres One halt cash Has fine trade No mill In 10 miles countyKydwelllog land close to Southern railroad Price 85 000 Also 11 acres of Florida land In Mann placeleavIng pearsplumsotber side with A room one etory house or bearIngand the S acres for 1100 325 acres in Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about 60 acres cultivated about nil In timber and grass and about 150 lo grass Timber on place is cut to 18 thinges rentd lath and one store of twoatorles with rooms above has wells and springs of water Is In 3 miles of county seat and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 2200 Onehalf cash acrelIthwater etc 110 acres of timber that will make ties staves barrel timber Oround only2o0oCoStaoford A S Nkscr- gr eon Dentist 8tanfordt Ky IlIIouno UeBotwru Drug Stan In the Owiltj BulldlBf FOR RENT house with six room and IK acres of land for 1VOI In excellent neighborhood close to school church postolBco and store Apply to Mrs A D Root Turnertvllkt Ky Jesse W SweeneyPso- ralsmtt Livery Food and Solo Static Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates The New Mason Hotel DAYIRATES 1200 PER Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOABS ProprUlcr- Bectric lights In every room R fuml heJ atJd under emirs New Management ebbthe favorite porter meets iH trains Large WellDented Sanpl Room FOR SALE Ten acre of land a twostory front seven room cottage Tbo bouse Is now A plen dId garden orchard There U a large mill on the place a good crusher and dam It In good and the natural power U great economy In running the mill a splendid business Everything U In good repati hat all neceasa y out bulldlDgi The owners only reason for Mlllng le the rush of other business as be hu extensive farming Ibterests to look after This prop erty Is on the caging Fork about a milt from Stanford and can be bougat a bargain roe further particulars addrcn 8 U Thurmond Lytle y or L n licaiint Stanford Ky E D Peyton DEALKll IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford O Mahony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In counties of ncoln and Cajwy who may be seeking Insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but and best OldLine torn panies represented and the low eat possible rates are guaranteed Phone b- 2Stanford Kentucky 155 BRUCE D D CARTER BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STCQUI KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage 1s solicited Hones bandied on commission Stock Pens In Connection POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid bunting fishing or any kind of tree passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law T A Rice Dr J O Carpenter J M Carter Be W B Amon George Holmes J O Neal P W Outer Fred VonQruenlgan J Nevln Carter Fred VonAtlman Fred Bauman Albert VonOrunenlgan J 7 Bpoonamore T M Holmes H F Newland J U Camenlsch Peter IHltncr W H Johnson Mrs Mary Olvens David Stephens jamM M White and wife E Carson- II P Hawkins Mrs Mary E Welch ae THIS IS A Presidential Year andjyou must KEEP POSTED The way to do this 1s to road the WEEK LVII OOURIBR JOURNAL Henry Editor Twelve pages Issued every Wed nesday SI A YEAR Revenue Reform Social Reforms Moral Reform The CourierJournal Issues tho bOlt Almanac pubUshed Bond 35o for a copy by mall COURIERJOURNAL CO Louis ville Ky By a special arrangement you can get th- eINTERIOR JOURNALa- nd the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both ODe year for only 1190 s pil GRAND iEIDERI Our xiv rtoiiR room the largest nnil best lighted room in Stanford it being rapidly filled with the Dress Goods White Goods WoistingsleiL Embroideries Notions Trimmings and in hot everything that goes to make up u fiwtolaas Dry Goods Store Daylight penetrates every nook in our in our room you dont have to gucM at tho color Our piiccs pre always right Tho Best Goods ibr tho least money is our motto We mnko every fade binding your money bauk for the asking OWSLKY BLOCK WATTII oust AUS LEADERM y 4 e 4 ea 1S iA II h B j Y jiji 1 it St H d II S e o i tt t e Heaters e0 Get our prices on Heat iersbfore you buy j i Lamps 11very I IJ1rtTo The Farmers If you are in need of PLOWS come in and buyItThe Oliver The BEST One in the World + W E PerkinsCrab Orchard Kentucky 0 See That Your Ticket Reads Via The QMCRailroad r i Crix and Panic GREAT GAMESI AT W N CRAIG Pharmacist I C Successor to Craig Iloclccr I STAFFORD KENTJLJCKY r i Galatea Iathe name 01B close woven fabric that ladies know well the lasting qunlitic orror drcssoa shirtwaist tuita Boys suits and waists It hns no equal MasouvilleJ Lonsclalc Farwellytof the lmst cottons Wo have these instead of the just ns good American Ludy in the uatno of our loading brand of noreols Wo carry thorn in nil the now shapes and they have no superior f as to shape and wear JOURNALtf RKUKMUER that we return your moo ey If While Pine and Tar falls to ro Hove your cough nod cold 25 cents a bottle Prnuyn Drug Swre Stanford 1 PERSONALS MR J C HAYS Is confined to bis bed wttbgrlp MISS CLARA COOPER has been with Lancaster friends MR G 0 MOROUERT9 ofLaGrangc was here yesterday UON J 8 OWSLRY SR wept Lexington yesterday MAYOR A U FLORENCE weoM to Cincinnati yesterday MRS LOCKIK YOUNG of Highland Is very low of pneumonia Mite ROUBRT FBNZEL who has boon very sick Is some better MR J 0 HElP has been quite 111 for several dais but la Improving J S CAUniKLU and Miss Pearl Campbell are visiting la Casey MISS NANNIE ANDERSON bas been quite licit but Is mush Improved MRS ANNA D VANAR8UALB re turned to Uarrodsburg yesterday 1 JOHN MENKFCK was at homo from Stau College Saturday and Sunday MR Jot W HILTON of Livingston ipeot a few days with homefoUs here MR J L SMITH of Lilvlngstoo was asubatatlalortlorattbieofllseFridayMiss was the guest of Miss Sarah Baugb mao MR H R URIOIIT of Lexington was here several days working Insur once MRS H ROWAN SADFLBY Is spend log the week with her parents In Dan tulle Miss BUUA OWSLEY Is tbo guest of her llterMra W P Walton In Lex l ington DON M P NORTH spent several I days In Frankfort and Louisville on business MRS MARY J OWSLBY the aged mother of Mr George D Hopper t- orlLlolllylllt HON J M ALVER8ON and Doorkeeper A O Dunn were home fromI I Frankfort yesterday MISS EssA L RAYLK of Morris town Pa Is the gust of her cousin MUs Ella May Hilton MRS J E PORTUAN Is upfrom Louisville to see her husband and lather healthtiMISSES SARAU AND BAUGU Y MAN of Hamilton College spent a few l days with their parents hero TUB weather Is fine and wo are en PH joying good health writes Mr Ellz 1 E Harris from Ptoenlx Arizona Miss MOLLIB BROOKS of Crab Or was the guest of MUses Tevts IMR and Alvlra Van Arrdale DANIEL BRECK of Richmond one of the best and most popular Incur anco men In the State was hero a low dajrs JOHN A BUCUANAN camo up from Louisville yesterday to attend the bur- Ial of bis brother Andrew W Bucb solo MRS JOHN BRIGHT Miss Mary 1 A Bright and Mr W M Bright attended 1 the burial of Mr Harry Dunn at Lancaster yesterday afternoon I I MR J M MoRooEftTS tho aged father of Mr H J McRoberts of this place Is In a critical condition He Is at his sons home la Lancaster Miss LUCILE COOIER of the D k- I D faculty Danville spent several days el with her parents here She was ac companied by little Richard Dunlap t MR SUBLTON M SAUKLEY will give a box party Tuesday evening to Den llurln honor of Miss Tovls CarpeD ter of Stanford Lexington Democrat COL W G WELCH Is threatened with blood poison the result a slight A cut on his foot to which bo gave but little attention at first Ho Is compel ed to use crutches nametdldge so a guest at the Sandldgo homo LOCALS JOHN THOMPSONS show Around the World In 80 Minutes has been i booked for May 7 TUB Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will moot with ore W P Tate at 230 Saturday afternoon U r c Amoskeg Seersucker la the name of tho best cheviot ging leant for Mens Shirts and joys waists over sold nt 10 cents They wash well and wenr to your satisfac tion No Mend Linen KneeIis tho name of n new stocking we ore soling for boys and girls They are nil that is claimed for thorn Hand Made Torschon is the naino of the best wearing lace ever put on u garment We have n variety of patterns in Kdgings mid Insertions DAN TRAYLOR has taken the agency for the Pubst Brewing Co of Mllwau kee BROTHER BAAIINholding a weeks meeting at Jackson Breatbltt county BOTH banks and rte tbo schools hero observed Washingtons bjribday yes terday by closing their doors A num ber of pupils from out of town schools came home for the holiday WE have a tow carriages buggies I buokboards etc tbat wo are soiling at a reduced price In order to make room for our Spring stock Come In and see them Higgles it McKinney 10Tfin Daughters of the Confederacy will meet with Mrs J 3 Owsley Jr this Tuesday afternoon A full attend anco Is requested as arrangements will Do made for the reception to be given Mrs Plokotl on the oTeotog ol her lecture hero Marob I AN boloimadehr a number of local capitalist to start up a creamery hero with milk stations at flue tonvllle McKlnney Crab Orchard May wood and Ltie Afe there Is no such enterprise In ibis section of coup try tnore Is every reason to believe that It will succeed U vigorously push ed RBIAIR SIIOIIr Clyde Twedlo who for three years was In Manila Ba repainting the Spanish battlo ships sunk by Admiral Dswey has located In Stanford and will open a repair and paint shop Ho was em ployed for Hoara bv the Studobaker Co of South Bend led and come- well recommended IN a letter containing subscription money for another year Miss Salllo Oreon writes from Gutbrle O T a follows We have bad a most remark able winter here warm and sunshiny almost continuously Our little city continues to grow rapidly We now have eight railroads with good pros pects lor many other Improvements Truly this Is a great country MOORE Or Green ono ol thecounty died at his home In McKinney Saturday morning aged 03 Do had been la bad health for some time but tbo Immediate cause of his death was Dr Moore was twice mar CbllIdreotaavllle the M nonst f which order b was a member In high standing took charge of the remains and laid them to rest In MeKlnney cemetery Sunday af ternoon ATTEMPTED ROBIJERY Sunday night about 0 oclock Arthur Barnett woo lives at the Wblto farm on the LUnrlllo pike was aroused by an attempt of burglars to break Into the house They wore exceedingly bold and on Hading that Mr Barnett wasto tally unarmed tried to effect an en trance by breaking down the doors Barnett believing that they would be successful telephoned to town for aa sistance and Moasrs J R Beazley and W W Hays responded with all possi ble speed but tbe wouldbe robbers had made good their escape and hay not boon heard of since BUCHANAN Andrew Whltlev Buc hanan one of Lincoln county bright oat and most promising young men died at Crab Orchard at 2 oclock Mon day morning of consumption aged 27 He bad been In falling health for some years and hii death did not come aa a surprise to his many friends Mr Buchanan realized some two years ago that he had lung trouble and went West hoping to find relief but failed and bo returned to his home at Crab Orchard some two months ago Since tbat time be had been confined to his bod Ho was the second eon of the late John Buchanan was a fine young man and tho possessor of an unusually bright mind Ho graduated from the Centre College Law School but his health would not permit his practice of law Many years ago be joined the Presbyterian church and bo was both ready and willing to die Mr Buchan an was very popular and his legion of friends are downcast at his early de mite Much sympathy Is felt for the aged mother and the sisters and brothers who survive At 2 oclock this af ternoon after services at bis late home the remains will be Interred In Crab Orchard cemetery I Lancaster Ie the name of the bet Apron Gingham and it means It will wash and wear There Is lois of slufl sold for Lnncttter Gingham that is not in the same cites Vt e have a good line of thx genuine at 7 cents A Name Htsoclnled with a good reputation is part of a mans Inheritance A name associated with Hood Merchandise Is part of ones capital You va tie your name as an Icheri tance and the law makes you Its sole owner provided yours Is not John Smith Your deals shou d bo a man who call merohsndlte by Its name All wool should not bo a cotton mixture clio It should be culled boum wool Half silk should not blcalled a I silk but flatly halt silk All linen should not bo called linen but union linen It was old Abe Lincoln who said You can humbug some people all the time all the people sometimes but you cannot humbug all the people all the time We try to please all the people all the time Mead the names of the merchandise we sell and take ryi substitute All Wool Carpet Is the ntuivof a carpet that the tilling end the chain Is all wool When wo say all wool WP dont mean haf w- oolSEVERANGE SON WANTED to buy a secondhand type writer Toll otllco ON Fat27th there will be b Pralto end Jubilee entertainment at the homo of Mrs Adella Woods from 2 to 6 oclock for the Methodist church after whlcD refreshments will be sera ed freo IGEO D WAKB of Pulailt won the ru ID tile old Fiddlers Contest at McKnney the other night and Sam Bishop captured the second D O Allen by tome means won the ugly mans prize A 150 crowd enjoyed tho show TUB jury In the co of A N Bent Iqv charged with the murder of Master of Trains B N Rollerhuneat Ml Ver nun and was discharged by Judeo Jar vie Wo understand that eight of the jurors were for giving Mr Bentley from two to 21 years and four were for acquittal TUB Danville Advocate contains a long Interview with Judge Robert J Brccklnrldeo who fives reasons for believing that It Is Boyle countys tlrto to name the Senator for this district but If wears got badly mistaken the people of the dlstrlctatlarge will do toe naming and It will be a Lincoln county man too DUNN Mr Barr Dunn aged 80 Sundayyled In the Lancaster cemetery alter services at the by Bid F M Duneewoe a brother of Mrs John Bright of theChrier goodecitizen file wife died a number of years ego ILAblB8 The urgent request from lour friends and patrons has Induced us to add to our rapidly Increasing bush ness a dress making department For this purpose we have erected a now building In tbo rear containing recep flea ladles toilet and work rooms Miss Lau a competent modiste of Lou isville will have charge of the depart meet and under her supervision we establishe ed reputation for superior styles and qualities We will be prepared to cor reotly build any thing you may wish from the simple homo dress or waist to the most elaborate trousseau We hope to have the pleasure of serving you In this new deportment John P Jones ITbe First Grade give enter tainment at the Graded School Audlto rlum Friday evening Feb 20th at 730 Admlislon 5 and 10 cents Program Invocation welcome address John DI Miller song by the class re dlitlIILh1 tIe Mischief Mary nursery maids drill reading Our fir ed Girl Maudo McGuire song by the class reading When the Preacher Comes Jame Tribble chorus by the class the Dollys Mama and the Doc tor Anna D McRoberts and James Owsley readlDllitA Little Boys Thoughts Blaln Kewland Topsy Turvey double quartette by Gertrude Wilkinson Mary Mooro R ney Mary Shepherd Cook Mary Anna Boone William Mobley Arnold Brady Fred Brackett and Joe Mc Newland statue posing Mamie Singleton good dlgbt march Ella Elcheoberger Maude Mc Gulro Mary Splnlr Elizabeth Bunn Mora Hughes and Edgar Brady CIRCUIT COURT erredyesterday morning at 10 oclock with Judge W C Bell on the bench and Common wealthe Attorney Charles A Hardln looking after the evil doors The judge made a One and scholarly charge to the grand jury titter which court adjourn ed until today Our lawyers who beard Judge Bells charge speak In high terms of It and they are all satisfied with the way bo Is starting ort bust nets The grand jury Is as follows J T Roberts R L Porter A W Dllllou J H Swope James Meaner David Fox Ci T SandldgeJ E Jones J S Murphy A J Thompson O J Crow and J B Floyd The petit jury Is composed of the following gentlemen T A Rice B C Sandldge Bryant Brown Jack Lay R G Collier J S tJnderwood J G Lynn Charles Coffey J B Foster Adam Poire W H Underwood Wm Montgomery J M Pettus W A Coffey C R Slaughter W E Amon J K Sutton Thrfmaa Best W S McGuire J P Holtzclaw G M Ballard J W Gooch Tlrisley Spoonau ore J C Lynn WE have bad all sorts of weather since our last Issue and the Indications are tbat winter Uut over yet by a jng full TILE Lexington Democrat keeps a sick list The man wOo looKs afte news for that department has bad bt hands lull this winter B B REYNOLDS woowasairuclc by the Q k C train at Mureland Is still living although all bopa Is dlepalreo of Lexington Democrat JOHN FOX JR author and lecturer of Big Stone Gap has accepted an of fer to go to Japan for Scrlbners Maga sloe In connection with the war In the far East Ton Primary and First Grade of Stanford Graded School wilt give an entertainment In tbo school auditorium next Friday evening at 739 Five and 10 cents admission ARTHUR JONES of justoovltle has decided to locate at Augusta Kansas anti he will have a sale of his household and kitchen furniture at his home next Saturday 27tb GEN LONOSTREET WROTE The charming volume Plckett and Sit Men so well gotteo up eo graphically expressed has been read every chapter We bad come to look for something from your pen of great Interest but even we who know your talent had an agreeable surprise to find the work better then we could possibly have anticipated Accept the congrat ulations of all those of us who are loft upon your most able and talented work We sincerely hope that It may meet all the suooess It deserves and be taken into all hearse and homes as It should be Mn Plokett will lecture at Val tons Opera Souse next Tuesday night March 1 Tear bnr Perfect Confidence Where there used to be a feeling of un easiness and worry in the household when a child showed symptoms of croupI there Is now perfect confidence CbamjberlalnICougbUomedy of that diicao Mn M I Basford of Poolesvllle Md in speaking of her ex perience in the use of that remedy says I have a world of confidence in Cham berlnins Cough Remedy for I have used it with perfect success My child Garland is subect to severe attacks of croup and it always gives him prompt relief For sale by W N Craig Chicagos dealhllet numbered 651 last week pneumonia causing 170 Ills reported that the food supply Is becoming scant at Port Arthur Produce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you tbe EggsFeathersgall at NOBTdOOTT k THOMAS StanfordKy FOR SALE About 10000 mill cull Red and White Oak lumber at J M Hlatt lCots mill about 10 miles from Stanford near the Somerset turnpike will take 1500 per thousand feet board measure at mill Mr U D Hlatt will measure and receive check or cash tor- lIamo J II OOLLIIR Grab Orchard Ky NOTICEN- otice li hereby given to the owners and holders of Lincoln county 4 per cent bonds of series A Issued March 1 180910 year bond optional la five years that tbe Court will redeem said series of bonds at tho Lincoln County National Bank of Stanford Kentucky on March 1 1001 as provided In the taco of sold bonds JAB P IUIIJCT J L 0 0 I LUTES BOONE S CO Roal Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky Alt persons wUhlng to buy pr sell farms will do well to see us We have a number of tine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale nnd will be pleased to show any one placoItStable Stanford Ky i NOTICE ADMINISTRATORS SALE As administrator of Wm Newell deceas ed I will on the Etta Day cf rcaseii iOOi at his late residence expose at public sale and sell to the highest and best bidder all the personal effects of said decedent sub ject to solo consisting of HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN FURNI TURE MEAT GRAIN HAY FARM INO IMPLEMENTS LIVE STOCK ETCIncluded In the sale will bo one Stallion and two Jacks The Jacks are very flee animals and aro valuable Salt will begin at 10 oclock a m Terms made known on day of Tale B G NEWELL This Feb 20th 18CU Admlnsir I Simpsons is the name of the licet mack Cal goooItwell posted buyers know it Zeiglersis the Ladios Shoe that possesses more good qualities than any shoo made for ladies for the price Lowellis of the best nil wool car pct made When n dealer offers you something just as good ho is not posted Wo have them Wi t Cash BY I Amoskeg t is tile uaAtha Ging ham eve at lO cehtB Those called just Ss good are not nj good either in dye or finish We have a choiCo lino of patterns BWA xGod1tuns WisTn her Shoo for WomcnancJ Ghildrcnlfaver sold in Stanford wr 1lSilk Kidyis the name of a new Shoo for Ladies we have just put in and wo recommend them and stand backof i them as to style nnd wear Look at The Boy at School Clothesef- f Hit winter suit may bo much tIwornone p dAnything in Boys Clothing at Cost until March let t 1 From 5Oc to 200 Cheaper Than They Used to Be to m t t+ Cummins a McClary tIIl tJQat fIJI W 7fte e e lIe i f a 4 f Little Early its 3 ea 1 ea 061 But they are here Spring Goods I coming in fast Clothing Shoes L injZ eQIII e IWehope to be able to have our entire Vii 1 oostockI in by March 1st You bettertj s look over our Job Lot counter of Shoes they are cheap 0 I 9 r tdS a Torms JIa them HJMRoberts 1 AGENT i i t4 JOI isi COME a 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 muchican not be said for a Stove like this Geo H Farris Cot Stanford Ky TIME TRIED and FIRE TESTEDJ ARE THEasFIVE GREAT FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES REPRESENTED beqVIresa R B Mahony IIThey point with pride to having passed through three of greatdstfircs that this country has ever known without having tho business of either disturbed in the least The Best Insuranco is tho Cheapest Insure with R B MAHONY Agt StaJli IdG1NTF 1U HdmIDHNAL wiared n the poitoffit 1J litcmforif at sLaIJaUtrAJ a yliod Tua0wyoeaa0ir2dawA 0t FER YEAR CASH 1 EheneotsopatdOOwill beonirf d KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Train golf s North MMIIH pu 180II a m amc25NolS BOB QUIS 66749- A J 00 Twill stand the above Jersey bulladyanCOelaceeturn Pralrllegeaworkspe m at aced j B OAMENISon Stanford Ky d1H BOONE i COs Proprietors lilVERy fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Street Also Dealers InCall on u otf Depot Goal Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Salsa fclllsell privately will alto sell a 15 uprrepelrbusiness POWELL SWEENEY Stanford Ky JACK SALE Wo will hold our Annual Jack Sale a Danville on THURSDAY MARCH 31001 Send In your entries now The sale lees to be over held In Central Kentucky bFOX LOOAN DanvllleKy Dafl Traglor DLALxa11t WHisk Brandu Wines Beer Giflars Etc Oarpentsr Close to DepotSTANFORD KYI but the bespoliteNothingPrompt and receiveto drink Mitt phon cr I eromptattenUo 1 no HCRUPLEK Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Cgoods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call r JD WearenIn5UranG6 ill Fire and Tornado Insurance a Represents The Home of New York the largest company in the world Assets 1871003612 Surplus IS regards policy holders f943001 69 Farm property in CaseY Garrard C coin counties Phono 21 Stanford Kentuckyl InDIGESTION I was troubled with stomach trouble ThedfordaBladk Draught did me more good doera- yeartlflS HARAII E eKIRPIELOEllettsvllIe Ind Tlicdford Black Draught quickly invigorates action of stomach and ofindigestion take a dose of Thed fords lack Draught occa sionally you will keep your perfect f THEDfORDS t lA DRAUGHT More sickness it caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfords BlackDraught not only re lieves constipation butcures diarrhcea and dysentery and keeps tho bowels regular All druggists aell 23ceut packag- esThodforda Black Draught In the best medi cine to regulate the bowels 1 have ever MRS A M GRANT Snead Ferry N 0 COnSTIPATion NOTICE An election for DIrectors for the Tilncoln County National Hank will be held at said bank office on Saturday March Stb IDOl to elect directors to yearJ d W Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Eersa Shears West Main i toot Stanford Kentucky IR A JONES llEsTI11Iatanford i Offlcnovcr Higgins a McKlnnoys Stor Telephone NO Bl THE Joseph Price infirmary li all the year for the treatment of- surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Hoard and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal bills due when services are rendered and must boa paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE BWBTOSSISONPron JUNCTION CITY KV ttrstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Hates Special Attention to Traveling Men GraIn and nay For Bain Small Farm For Sale I I I desire to sell privately mr tam of 130 acres on tho Liberty pike 2X miles from I Uustonvlllo It Is all in grass and the land Is fertile and In good shape It has on It a good house of 7 rooms a tenant house two stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address n W Rlffe Jr Ty T or call on J P Rlffe Huston Kyt J La Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers LaODULr I1nrnlture1IatUn8Ragsfhoy kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices rightr iTANFOED KENT UOKY- e JCfYJcCLA Y UNDERTAKES EUIBAXMER And Pealearlc SABNESS SADDIUr C Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Hustonvllle Ky elegantlyP 0 Agency for first elasa Laundry News Stand Cigars All guaranteed Your business solicited Bible Written By Hand The nflist beautiful volume among the onehalf mlllloa In the Congres sional Library at Washington Is a 01 blo wblob was transcribed by a monk in the 10th century It could not bo matched today In the best printing of floe In the world The parchment In perfect preservation Every one of Its thousand pages la a study The goner al loitering la in German toil each letter perfect without necratcb or blot from lid to lid At the beginning of each chapter the first letter Is very largo usually two or three Inches 10nKt and is brightly illuminated In red and blue Ink Within each of these caplI tale It drawn tbofUure of some ealot soma Incident of which the chapter tolls There are two columns on a page and nowhere Is traceable the slightest irregularity In line space or formation of the letters Even under a magnify Ing glass they seem lawless This precious volume U kept under a glass case which Is sometimes lifted to show that all tbe pages are as perfect ai the two wblch lie open A legend relates that a young man who had stoned deeply became a monk and resolved to do pennaoce for his misdeeds Ho determined to copy the Bible tbat he might learn every letter of the divine commands which be bad violated Every day for many years he patiently pursued his task Each letter was wrought in reverence and love and the patient soul found Its only companionship In the saintly tacos which wero portrayed on these pages When the last touch was given the last letter the old man revontly kissed the page and folded thesh ets together The Illustrated Initials In perfection of form and brilliancy of color surpass anything produced In tbe present day With all our boasted progress nothing In Europe or America equals It N Y Press GOSHEN Folks may get ready for work we are going to have some floe weather soon We are told Wm Boll clawl hemp near Gilbert Creek Is turning out something over 1700 pounds per acre Stock feed Is getting scarce In this vicinity Lllburn Gooch has 1400 bales of bay but he is holding for higher prices Miss Lizzie Kirk and Mr Smith were joined In the holy bonds of wedlock at the homo of tbo bride Fob 10 Rev Hudson officiating Miss Mary Pepples Is dangerously 111 of pneumonia though Dr Cook pro flounces her symptoms more favorable Miss Annie Gooch Is very sick Silas Anderson has engaged bit lambs to S Morgan at 1350 per bead for all lambs that come before April 1 to be taken In July Dave Anderson engaged his to B Brown at Sic to betaken In June We are sorry to see the name of our friend George Suddutb used in con nectlon with the shooting ot Gate El kin a taw days since So far all we are able to learn Mr Sudduth was connect ed In no way whatever with the trou ble and tbat Mr Elkla does not blame him In the least and we will say In this connection tbat there It not a more moral upright and sober young man In this comtrfunltv than George Suddutb and It does seem like a travesty on jut tlce to bold him under bond the same ae Soward who did tbe shooting To The oPthFifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district e subject to the action of tbe democratic party As circuit judge li became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which kayo become a part of tbe States history and at a moat critical time As judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In force the provisions of tbe new constitution as well M to construe tbe present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to its proper con struction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my courts touching the rights of corporations and the exercise of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances is left to you to determine- I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the bleb position and office to which I aspire Very respectfully JAKES E CANTRILL Better Than Gold Jjwas troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous dtbill ty writes P J Nreen of Lancaster N II No remedy helped me until Ibegan using Electric Bitters which did mo more good thin all tho medicine I ever used They have also kept ray wife in excellent health for years She says Electric lilt ters are just splendid for female troub les tbat they are a grand tonlo and in vigorator for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place In our family Try them Only 60c Satisfaction guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store I Dartmouth Hall the oldest building at Dartmouth College and one of the oldest college buildings In the country was destroyed by fire In memory of Margaret Bill bodied Noy 12 1003 sued 14 yearn liar older sister Stella was so critically 111 that she knew nothing of her death un til a month later Goodbye tweet Margaret goodbye You wero so young so fair to dlo I Could wo but takb one farewell kiss But they deny us oven ibis ourprieeForAnd they watch and wait with bated breath Lest the too bo cut down by death Oh mother heart so brae and truo Almighty power It you give to God the child Be gave Andwork another life to save Father you go vour onward way Striving the Master to obey Trusting tbat tome day you may know Why It It He grieves you to Brothers and titters do not despair The Master bad need of your sister fair- Scatter sunshine at she has done And rest will be tweet when your race It run Friends of her girlhoods happy year Whose eyes are dim with falling tear There It a void In your hearts that 4 nothing can fille MargaretHIII No matter what the years my bring Youll always bear that tweet voice ting At the tang that night on her bed of pain God be with you till wo meet again MTD When You Have a Cold The first action when you have a cold should be to relieve the tangs This Is beat accomplished by the Ire use of Chamberlains I GURU Remedy This Remedy liquefies the tough mucus and causes Its expulsion from the air cells of tho lungs produces a tree expectoration and opens tho secretions A complete cure soon follows This remedy will cure a severe cold in less time than any other treatment and It leaves the aye cm in a natural and healthy condition It coun teracte any tendency toward pneumonia- For sale by W N 7ra- igUMBRELLAS Rooovered and repaired and mado almost ugood aa new for a amount I can Ox your umbrella tatter than the tramp repairers and for lees money Give me a trial FRANK Mats Stanford HMf If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial +++ TTTtTt f4t+ VV f++ iH + fTII A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as 4a uotoiar to Ibo people of Lincoln County He please you both in work prlco Write to him rB8 LeXInGTOn D6mOClRJt IIs the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year It beepeclally devoted to the interests of C3 the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor I- WT Walton Editor 8 Pror Lexington Ky First National BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock 50000j This Institution was originally established ai the Deposit Hank of In 1131 then reoreantutd ci the National flank of Stanford In 1865 and again roorftunUed as the First National Balk of Stanford In 1882 having bad practically an Uolntor ruptel existence fur n ears It li better supplied now with facilities for transact ing business promptly and well than over before In IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited II CAPITAL STOCK Directors 3 B Paxtotf J B OwsUy B II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter BacccMora to The farmer Rank A Trust Company and under same management continuously for 18 years SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneflcUI rooNMo sens ol uoharrlYIol land la 1011 eoaotr Mo IKMlltt ram Kislton on Iron lotla meete Will MH at sicbsnj fur proper Jin UnoolDCKXJnty No Smtll f ri v IT sens Smile from bUn ford Ilowsor fourgoal rourai bask poreh sod I rids u1 barn sod other eUdingr ta eeo- dIJlIr niiilailx SUi welt tDredj it sere In etltivsUn on sees in fruit Uses net ta pau- nougbtstammtsloseaulut txirftln sod no b Midst tartla CloM to and barth Price fIS rwr sere Lu d4j lnlif aid for 540 aDoS fti ThUliaUrxtln Not 7e urn gad land Two dory six room dweJllDf tarn imok Who pttcela gnu wfllwiurtlt buildings In good Jon IllM IIWO No nSUIl roots lHnft odH r sad II acrrlaeddveefaltlrNlandsprlsg illlftDI aDd IMItblllo1l to fair Chuppiue dOM to town 1Ylll snit a small lamtly i0 acre elsalsadUwrlaod era ebursNeeofcealnvyingIn thUkom Jrom I trct to six feet Him Dulpok In 4bs mouth of tboTicmk A ralliosd liwrtejed within tbrea mile et said prupeny Ibe timber t nibts of o ilc TlUirlccl WlUsrtlor nrbUI on easy teraL No St A Dire two Itory Sight room Irsmo dwelling ln8UooTJ UM two bill rood hiller well to fsrIIpet month Thdlllor rents per olb Thla prop arty U In goad repair and ein U boosbt for ItlW No U Vm ITS seta splendid bluexrtu land In Uoroln county Two story0 room atono residence a tinsel houses bun room lot ore r 200 bead 011 stock ant all other Dowwiry outbuildings all ID good retJr Close to cbvrth school p icrrnrUroad and In good neighborhood tOO calUratlon n Un grass and timber le This lean deal country hems u all cantenlenfea on pitt alN ste Well watered with II niter failing etc lace eaMoabl Nae7Nlromnege 7 arts land wllhln iK mussel Stanford la food rrpalr Imttcf good Trrlutln well and good r llar iood Urn 3012- 4smokehoussAc Young orchard and Dne vies yarJ toralM garden produce to supply theown PrIce120O- No 31J icm of land on mil from Sotntntt Kyrutlnaeren Sclda Forty ama colitis lion 40 arts In puture balance In Umber Dwell ingcontalniMvcnroAjta Larn Urn and tsury 0 anJ bulldJnga nplen1 dId sir Well watered 1rlesHBTO No 2t1COacresof land In mlhhumAtlassix mllea rrom railroad and M river Berenty acre of land li ricer bottom la Sntclaaa land and In graaa This land It for Mia ucheogNo rum Of SOO acres In Lincoln county Three dwdllngi S good him and other out ballJlDgteaibhouMUrn etc about tbe renter of ICO crre All on road M mile from church scnool04 potama lays well and well watered Tbll farm and would cult two or tbr a fmllloi That might want to come Inn the same neighborhood Pries reuonabls No 09 Twoitorr frame dwelling of six room two bIII veranda Ic well at door and all otner n outkulldlngi Also large blacksmith ibopCOzSOandibcdi Idll length of shop and 10 feet wide This property will be sold at a very low prIce No LA farm of in saw four tulles from Sun ford on best t In th aunt well watered tent rod dwlllnl fronts pike all neeroMrv butbuiidlngs A iplsndld blue grass firm and only W minutes from county sot Owner of tine aria adlololng this has recently refused tI oar acre Weo r this at397to No b5 Flay acres near Ileaunt Point Ky Prams house S rooms end Bun sod oLho- roIutbulldllCl S acres In cultivation rut In tlm ber Well watered 300 yard from poitofflccacbool and church 175 well on pike and In good com mutt Irlco K50 iRouse and lot In SUnfordaTS room hall lly rrlcttm No 3 Itouie and lot In Stanford Rouse coo sins Ore rams Opal stable and S acres of land well fenced One ofprattleat building loU In town room enough In front for two other cottages or a 2 itory front could be built to the cottage and be made a beautiful home Will tie sold chap u the owntrmuithsTSiaoncy No12Dslllngoflls room hall and porch necceaaary outbuilding garden All large two itorr stor room 23160 lost lower room supplied with counters theUesstc Water la dwelling and storeroom also cistern and well on pl lot back of store One mile from Stanford llulldlnn In good repalrand dwelling orlgmally cot fleoo atoreovult200 Will Mil both for same or will runt or sell separately No I3230 acre ruin t mile of Crab Orchard- Ky trick dwelling 8 rooms two tenant bourns two barn well mid spring nxar dwelling arm In high state ol cultivation 160 acre rttcr bottom land good fencing fruit etc Irlc I370 an acre No 4V Two story seven room frame dwelling veranda etc Due story storeroom 20xCO two blacksmith shot tenant house stable crib and warehouse Every building new nd fcnclug In floe shape Allot the property II In Iliulontllle Ky lwewill tell it as a whole or tell eajb place separately yell at each stable and cistern at house For address the store named sea re ary 72 A plendl stock of goods for tale This litbeneitbuuneMstsndand the nicest and mutt csrefuily selected stock of goods In Central Ken tucky A rnlendld trade In Lincoln and adjoining counties We will sell this for coat and rarrltR ahdifyou want logo In builnn you cannot find trade In Not rA nice farm at IllclilsnJ Ky welt Improve ed well watered etc Price 6ro- ot4a62sciesoflandonJamestown road south of Dunnvlllc too acres In cultivation about TI acres In timber and rest In grass A large new frame dwell tog also an oM dwelling on place A new barn and two oU ones watered and the fencing Is good On public roil price ttjaoo works In kitchen and family room Uood barn r O e r J 8 S JJ T Offlaer3IW II Directors i F Held DaDYlIleI8 T Harris Stanford J 8 Hooker Stan o il- K L Tanner M n Elmore Stanford 8 H Itauchman Stanford T P 11111 Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble I II HauKhman Stanford J U rettns Stanford Ed Carter Stanford f IMOtN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 50000IOfficers B n SINKS President l J D OWBLKY Cubist W N BRIQ11T Aue Cubist Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford Kyt Ketiecgylertr kUbon- negroabinonplstewhkhrent neflbborhoalcloe this- puticularlineoutilueolthedlleL toryIE 1end all necessary witWIMiius Hare weal tPl tad- and In g od repair llwu aUecwMt KM sad n Uparalltely mw sud w HIY ask 5710 for the- wbo preperty- rlo KFarm ol llSarmln Oaeey soen1y Two story fame dv illBg two braa sod other ubsreolandNo IT rimdiltsen IB Say moat A olddwelitnginldredtitntMlMlon Oo ewiatr road splendid tnhtno land diUnWSunlentTwoismallWIaugblatyorprkuownUyemost hit money WarnnburgDVhpd stone land la aagbtwhoodofaa to school I aDd oa JIOOd road lrkw 1100 KylOnesoilgood Um and otbor outbuildings Hlity seres In tcLaIMhooltte Irlc only VM e No It BOH awls ut land near Crab Orchard cheapIausuryOllbullJln litreUNo 6ATen sn4 onehalf acres of tend aka two story seven reap hue tnmng SINs room a h torItie subs wagon hoot u by w voting booth for roomWNlof general mercnanJIte Al of flits property Is in atebargainNo MXarmoMM acre near nnidkead Nit sodfencingwell watered Will tell for f 1100 or eickuc for property In Lincoln county No 4 Two story frame dwelling 7 rooma hall lacuodNofI Risen situsid near Kings tsmbertcwtinDwelnogtomparUvcly onIkandfarmlorlultpurchawr This iececiaiolycbeapproperty rhoUonereasonablelroom acres land oulbulldtogaIn MNor exchange Hat all necessary Imnrornminta well watered Ac Will sold at a bargain partltulanddnsCentral change b Tltl Co WaMborrXlnever lllng spring Irln ffito ltKnnNunutwotortbe suburb of the city 01 Stashed clou to uraded homelrlaNo 37 41 room trim rattig and oDe acre o houseAel ttco t too No OTeo acre of land two story front cot goalgarden i etcAthe place a I a1 crusher In mill It la run by oat r dmhfigure or leaaeltWNo 71 Onesrraoflsml and splendid dwelling OUwballdloland It loot ceiling rvrered with mttal All of thus funrlng are in good worh611200Alsoplkilngood neighborhood and Is A good stock of general merchandlu wnlcb we- will sell for toot and carrUg This Is a good uuii nm stand and a good chsaca for wro one + dwellingtour lIyeIIrldIeethanhalfmilelromturnpike Veouer this per acre No 26 Frame hotel Urge room double verse dIronlingblaforilw leg 2 nice cottages nicely furnished Alarge700feetmoneyIoprielormonth On account of III health of bla wife lOIttorNo 4 l4Macr near Jumbo 200 acres to cuRt yahoo rest In timber tUx dwellings on place die of them new two tobacco barns and large stock orchardStrums300 wards from o school church rsuoablflIure t