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II SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I iVOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26 1904 8 A M NO 103 1I DR GREEN MOORE tAfriend of the deceased doctor coo tbo following Dr Grcoo Moore one of toe couatyi moil reputable phylclaoi died Iud deoly at hie horns ai McKlnnoy at 4 A M Saturday lat of neuralgia of the heart fle had beon an Invalid fur aev oral months but had been confined to 1 his room only about one month Hi was a natlyo of Russell county and bit lived In Jlmtown all hU life up to tho time be moved to MoIClnney 20 year ago When the civil war came on he quietly rodo away and Joined Pickett Regiment of Tennessee cavalry and was loon afterward ap I pointed assistant surgeon a position be hold until the close of boitllltlei When the war was over he returned to Jamestown sod began life adew About I 20 yean ago ho moved to this county with hli wife and five children A Saw year after the death of hta first wife a oallvo of Russell county be wai mar I Fled to the widow Tabler daughter ol the late Col Bibb ol Virginia Ut was a member of the Christian church I In good landing a Mason ot hliih de cree aoda JiffmonJacksonTllden democrat Qe WM ot A winning person allty a fluent ready converiailonallit That with his wide reading and rich fund ot reminiscences made him a mot charming companion No man within his bound had moro frlqndi or- atoro devoted ones ills professional life was an open book as void of blck ering jealousle and envious tcnden let ai It was possible for It to be Ho was never stubborn dogmatic exact ing or deceitful He was always the discreet lovable gentleman lo cburcb 1 business social and professional life His many generous charitable deed lo tbo re lon whore he acted his put 10 wall and 10 faithfully will live long after his body passes lo its original ele ment Hiss was as floe a life ot the old family doctor so richly deierlb od ID poetry and In song as tba most vivid Imagination can picture Ho was honest faithful and true ID bls every impulse and emotion Hie ago was tn He was burled Sunday alteroooo after the peculiar rItes of the Masonic Ira ternity after services by Rev O W Mllli of Huitonvllle To The Voters of the Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court ot Appeal from this district subject to the action of the democratic party Ai circuit judge It became my duty to try a number ot criminal Ole which have become apart nf the States history and at a mpt critical time Ai judge of the State fiscal court IV fell to i my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In force the provisions of the now constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to Ita proper con troctloo Almost Innumerable cases have burdened tbo dockets of my court touching the rights ot corporations and the oxortlio of franchisee under the law Howwell I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances Is loft to you to determine t 1 will be very grateful to ell who feel i l they can assist me to secure the high r position sod ofllco to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E CANTIULL Perfect Confidence Where theta used to be a feeling of un easiness and worry in the household when a child showed symptoms ofcroup there la now perfect confidence This is owing to tho uniform success of Cham berlatni Cough Remedy In the treatment of that dlscaro Mrs M I Itaiford ol Footesville Md In speaking of her ox porlenco in the use of that remedy says I have a world of confidence in Cham ficrlalna Cough Remedy for I have used it with perfect BUCCMI My child par land is eublect to ecvoro attacks of croup and it alwayrgives him prompt relief II For sale by WK Craig J 3005 ROUND TRIPVia Queen Si Crescent Route from Cincinnati Juno tlon City and Intermediate points to nil points la Texas east of San Antonia Houston Fort Worth Qalveiton Ama rllla Quanah Vernon Brownwood Brady Rockport San Angelo Waco A Corpus Chrlstl Alice Kerrylllo and all points In Indian andOklahoma Ter ritories Tickets on sale March 1 and good 21 days Stopping privileges Information address O E Clarke 7Por A Lexington Ky or W O O P A Cincinnati O What Are They ChamUirlaina Stomach and Liver Tab A new remedy for stomach trou 4bias biliousness and constipation and a good one Prico 25 cents For sale by W N Craig J Taylor Alltngtoa ot Bath county topldf t CHURCH MATTERS Rev J M Tulion q Baptist preach or of Wolfo county Isa candidate for Jailer Rev A P Jonee of London will assist In a potracted meeting at tho Methodist church at Moreland begin slog March lit Rev Gilbert Class who was unable to OH his appointment hero last Sunday on account of sickness will preacb at the PreebyterlHu church hero March Ob I Poaoo Ptuee or no Peace WljIonV1 Is tbo subject of Rev O M Uuey at the Daptlit church Sunday morning In the evening be will preach onUow to teach true Christian Manhood Ey crybody earnestly Invited The following le a portion of s lengthy write up of Eld C E Powell formerly of this place lo the Southern Evangelist printed at Atlanta A splendid picture accompany It We Introduce our readers this week to Brother 0 E Powell the now preach or at Valdosta Brother Powell le one of our strongest and most promising young preacher and be is now leading our strongest and most promising South Georgia cburcb Lot us all pray for the success of tbo meeting which they begin next Sunday Itwill bo our first mealing In the State this year n PREACHERSVILLE Thomas Luniford lot by death of lung fever a valuable young horse Rev J U Rtgan while trying to ex trlctlo a horse from a wire fence bad the misfortune to break two rib Yet Spartan like bo keep on with bit farm work Levi Anderson a farmer living near here killed a very large fox a few da711 since Although 00 years of age he made this good shot with a rifle at tbo distance of 65 yards Al the request of friends who with to know we will state that there have been 21 snows to Fob 23 Five more snows will make the Ottenbelm weath er prophet number Rev Cnrmlcal of Ml Vernon Oiled bn pulpit al the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday Owing to tbo disa greeable weather the attendance was imall at the evening sarvloe That this la leap year Is shown by the fact or our boys being eb1 of the girls Two of us In particular are very shy apparently Wo count the time lon rtill next new year day Rev Jordan and family arrived from Cincinnati Saturday nlgnl and every body II glad to have them back 0 C Kennedy went up to Wllllamiburg Friday to see his too Faulkner who Is at taboo ==HUBULE J S McKUtrlok lot a valuable mule from lock jaw After a long and drtarv winter wo gladly welcome a few day of sunshine Mr J C Robinson has returned homo after a visit to her mother In Danville Elder F M Rains of Cincinnati will preach at the Christian church Sunday afternoonKeoton fe Ludwlck have their now corn mill near R L Whites ready lo grindingRobert MoKochnlo of Kentucky Unlvcrtlty spent a few days with his parents bore- Thomas Bourne and Miss Mollie Blanks both of this section were mar Fled In Lancaster Wednesday by Rev F M Tinder Lit Sloan sold a mule to S J Mo Klurlck for 1105 Lee Rankln bougbt some hogs of L P Weaver at 4Jo Robert MoKeohnlo sold a horse to Ash by Arnold for IS3 Luther Underwood sold 400 bales ot bay to Mr Helm of Danville at 12 a ton at the barn Jill Bralton sold some Jails to Churchill Yeager at 4o MATRIMONIAL Richard Dyohouso and Mies Myrtle Manuel were made ono Wednesday Thomas Bourne 21 and Miss Ethel Blanks sweet 10 wero Joined heart and hand at Lancaster Wednesday In Seattle Washington February 1th by the Rev Dr Dean Mlna Graco Freed and St Clair H Campbell were united In the holy bonds of wedlock Somerset Journal Cover Stlgall and Miss Be alo- roylea a prominent young couple of erryvllle went to church and listened to a powerful sermon on lovo and marriage They took the train after tor vices for Jelllco and were married Mln Julia F William of London and Charles H Lord of Washington D 0 were married at the London letbodlst ohuroh the Rev G N Jol ly oOlclallng Mlea Annie Bronaugb of Crab Orchard was ono of the bridesmaids Wm Rudolph a bank robber was pardoned at Union Mo Ic order that he may be tried on a murder charge NEWS NOTES James Culver said to be 104 year old In dead In Nelson county The Lagrange po tcfllco was robbed of ISOO In stamps and currency A London barber broke all records by shaving five men lo one minute Mark Banns loll 13000000 to his family He made no public bequests i Tbo Well Fargo Express Co la said MexiIcanMmo EleoQoru Potro 111 once a worldrenowned opera singer died In poverty In Chicago Eight companies of the Tnlrd Infan try stationed HI Fort Thomas have been ordered to Pnam Prof T J Charlton fur 20 years su perlnlendent of the Indiana Reform School at PlalnQold li dead Charles H White one of the wealth teat moo In Mayivllle fell through an elevator staff and was killed The Alabama suffrage case was die missed by the United States Supremo Court for want of jurisdiction Tollgate raider have again become active near Naibyllle Tenn blowlcg up several culvert and a toll house Hugh A Huntington a patient In the Columbus Ohio State Hospital was strangled to death by a fellow pa pent Three live were lost In a Ore In tbo Alhambra theatre and hotel apartment building In Chicago The property lots Is 176000 White In a jealous rage Jerry Dugan a section hand murdered Mts Ben Ramsey and her two little children In Loultvllle At a Waihlngton birthday hop RIen al Whllesburg Letcher county some of the guests came on horseback 76 miles away Tbo turn of 10000 will be hung up as prlas for the competitive drills at the biennial encampment of Knight of Pylblas lo 10ulnllloITwo Mann and John Fairchild Ne gross eeoaped from their cell and scaled the nail of the Frankfort pen itentiary Sunday night James Martin a murderer hanged at Butte Moot refused to the last through regard for his father and sis tar to reveal his Identity Thomas Longley of Dover England the heaviest man In the British em plre Is dead from a cancer He WIII six feet tall and weighed over six hue dred poundsfIn consequence of a rush order from the for locomoJapanese government tives a locomotive plant at Philadel phia has established a new record by the construction ot seven locomotives In a day Senator A H Hargls has filed suit against his brother Judge James Bar gls al Jackson for a dissolution of theI firm of Hargls Brothers alleging In compatibility of temper and failure to agree upon a settlement The amount Involved Is estimated at 1160000 A sensational sequel to the famous trial of Curtis Jett and Thomas WblteI of Brcathltl county for the murder of James B Marcum developed In the Harrison circuit court when A C Adams one of JeW alibi witnesses pleaded guilty to a charge of perjury and after making a confession to the jury was sentenced to one years confinement In the penitentiary THE GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE Mr Penny Will Return Money If Hyomel Falls No Stom ach Dosing Uyomei has made to many cures of the most chronic and deep seated cases of ca tarrh that Mr Ienay considers it a ape clue In thli disease Ho extends an invitation to all catarrh euCerers to call at his store and purchase a Uyomei outfit with the distinct underI standing that It will be absolutely unless It effects a cureeThe chief reason suetgees of Hyomoi In tho treatment of ca- tarrhal troubles and other diseases of the air passages Is the fact that it cures by aInew principle Impregnating the air you breathe with healing and geru kllling balsams On this account it rosettes tfio teat of the disease in a way Impossible 10I pills drugs or other stomach dosing Many of Mr Pennys customers whoI have suflerel with catarrh since hood have been cured completely by this scientific remedy Tho complete Hyoniei outfit costs 1 and consists of an inhaler that can beI carried in the puree or pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomel Extra tattles can be obtained for 60o making It a most economical remedy for the cure of catarrhDo suffer longer with catarrhal die I orders but get a Hyomoi outfit trom Mr Penny under his guarantee to return the money if it falls You run ao risk whatever 1 If it cures the treatment is not ox pensive while if it falls Mr Penny will refund your money end it costs you abso lutely nothing MISS ANNIE THOMPSON A beautiful Ml Vernon girl who fro queotly visits Stanford and who Is very popular here Sbo is the second daugh ter of Mr and Mrs F L Thompson h h LANCASTER Mlu Ada blcker on of Nicholas villa will open a millinery establishment In the Stormes building Now has reached here of iboaerlous illness of Mr John Dunlap ol Peoria III He recently moved from Lancaster where be practiced law with Mr Lewis Walker Lllllo Robert McRiberX eon of J T MoRoberte met with a serious accident Ian week HI bicycle was caught beneath the feet of a pair of horses In Covlnglon and he was kicked on the head and erysipelas has sot up The society event of the week was the elegant euchre party given Friday evening by Miss Mary Gill Miss Louise KnulTman won the club prize a handsome handminted plate About 20 persons enjoyed iho Hospitality of the hostess Last Tuesday Arlle Walker son of the late James Walker started to Lex Ington on a visit When he reached Nlcbolasvlllo ho became III and the attending physician advised to return to his homo at Buckeve Next day his condition became alarming and menin glue set np Friday be was laid to rest Lancaster cemetery This sad nod untimely death U lamented by many friend of the young moo Mlet Angle Klnnalrd entertained Informally at her home Friday evening In honor ot her guest Mlna Clara Cooper of Stanford J H Klnnatrd has gone to Somerset on business Mrs Jal Dunn ot Danville and Mrs Joe Mount of Covlngtotr have been called to the bedside of their father Mr John McRoberts Branbam Beazley and John Burnilde left Monday to accept puftlilooe In St Louis Rev F M Tin del has returned from the bedsldo of hie undo at Winchester Miss Sallie Elkln is visiting In Stanford Miss Berta Hilton of Brodhead has accept a position In Batson dry goods led Hon S 0 Black of Mercer the Meet of Dr Wm Burnell Miss Mary Burnilde has returned from a visit to relatives In Lexington R H Batson and Dr Wm Burnett will go to Chicago this week the former to buy goods and the latter to take a special course to radlotberapby LANDSTOCKCROPSETC FOR SALE 700 bales of nice straw Em bry Bros 3t Leo Rankle bought of Jet Dunn of Garrard 13 ibort yearling mules at 860 Ono Dicks cutting box and horse power for sale cheap C T Bohon Hustooylllelxy Embry Bros sold to John E Madden of Fayette a carload of baled straw al 22o on the care here Rumors that bull loader were sell ng out In New York caused a paolo In the New Orleans cotton market and of small speculators were sent to he wall There was a Blight recovery toward the close The flume farm near Sliver Creek Madison county was sold to John Dal lard and Ernest Woods at 86015 The Tatem place sold at 13360 per acre feedlpg cattle brought 870 70 shoals 1 a hundred 13 brood sows averaged old mules from 8135 a per head toi a team Mysterious Circumstance One was pale and sallow and the other and rosy Whence the difference She who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings New Life Pills to maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good digestion and head off coo tipatlon Try them Only 25c at Pen lys Drug Store Official circles in Paris confirm the report that negotiations am In prog ess for an arbitration treaty between the United States and France Considerable damage was done by a storm tn Letcher county t Jt ijtt rvtr tD1 IfJfawes Jfati3 flj71 new Spring Shapes have arrived For quality 4style and service they have lilt no equal at the price 3OO t- sasaasr ih a- lr T Oa MILLER Bavi1e KB illTHEGLOBE r41 rA= ff- I FARMERS WK 1IAVK A GOOD STOCK OFfNorthern White Seed Oats and Tim othy Seed Blue Grass and Red Top jl also a stock of homegrown OrcnardlGrass 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 aresstss HigginsMKinneySTANFORD J FACTORY IN STANFORD Do you know there is a factory in Stanford that can turn out I r 000 worth of HAAELDENS PATENT FILTERS per year Call and examine these filters and you will be convinced that they arc the best thing made in the wayof a filter We have hundreds of testimonials to that effect Give me your order now so as to catch the spring rains Roofing and Guttering Plumbing Furnace work or anything else that comes in the lino of Tinning pr Plumbing Pumps of all kinds Call up No H6 S H ALDRIDGEDepot 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 pricesL25 150 200 Pennys Drug Store 1Ky Start in the New Year Right ByJTrading With W B McRoberts Y DRUGGIST STANFORD tTHEINTERIOR JOURNAL u E C WALTON r THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject la roe action of tile democratic party GEO W DE BORDIIs a canal1ale for Sherin 01 Lincoln county subject la lot action of the demOCratic party L JEFF HILL SR- I U a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject terns action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN li acandidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tte action of the democratic party I DINK FARMER I ll a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES c HAYS Is atandldat for Jailer subject to the action of the eaocratlc party I WIHERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the teetooatlc party SAMUEL M OWENS r a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to e action of the democratic party fi MEREDITH E PR- UITTibs a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to 1M of the demo Faatlcparty KATE BOGLE ItMISSa of PaWIe demos jialLIncoln County subject to the action of the party jHON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In the Elchth district to succeed Hon G sub jKt to the action of the Democratic party Your sup port Is eame Hy solicited i R C WARREN I9 Is a candidate for judge of the Lincoln county Court subject to the acUon of the democratic party A DILL to rotlro supreme court judjr it ca who have reached the ago of 70 who Ii have served 16 years consecutively Is proposed In the New York Legislature which also provides that a judge who has served 20 years and attains the see of 61 and who voluntarily retires shall also be pensioned The pension I business seems to be running riot There Is no more reason for pensioning a judge than any other officer Judges i are usually paid all they earn and If they are not able to save up a liveli hood after being given so many years of good salaries they deserve to suffer A USURER named Gluck came to grief In New York last week and his w conviction will not go without Its effect la discouraging the practices of these money sharks In Glucks case It was proved to the Jury that the usurer bled his victim at the rate of 36 per cent a year and when payment felled seized and retained property worth double the amount of the original debt By the 1verdictof the jury he lost his money and was compelled to surrender the property MR BUSINESS BELKNAP having 1made such a splendid race for governor last has announced his candidacy 1 fordnlegate to the national convention of the republican party A man of his running proclivities will likely scare his competitors off the track before the race begins In earnest POLITICAL The Ohio Legislature will ballot on 11March 1 for a successor to Senator Democrats of the Second Congres sional district will hold a primary onIr April 10 to nominate a candidate lorI CooltreBlIThe Panama Constitution settles the question of the name to be applied toI citizens of the now republic They areI called Panamans The Senate at Washington adopted an amendment to the Agricultural Ap propriation bill providing 150000 for experiments In stock breeding In non corn growing States A Pennsylvania member of the House has Introduced a bill to limit to 80000 number of Immigrants to be admit 1theto the United States In anyone t year from any one countryIThe Panama canal treaty was ratified by the Senate by a vote of 6B to 14 Fourteen democratic Senators Voted for the ratification and 14 against ItI The Government will take steps at once to begin the work of construction Immediately after the formal exchange of ratifications Five of the appointees for the Isth mian Canal commission have accepted and two names remain to be decided upon by the Presldoat Those who have accepted are Rear Admiral Walker r Gen George W Davis Col Frank of Detroit William B Par 1eons of New York and Prof William- H Burr of Columbia University J Norton Fltcb of Jessamine coun announced candidate for thutV11 an position of democratic executive com t r mltteeman from the Eighth Congress r sional district Mr Filch Is one of the best known farmers In his county and has been a member of the county dem ocratlo committee for years He la well known over the district rand his democracy has never been doubted worker for the sue He has been a hard CBM of the partyeverJfBlnce lie reached bis aajorlty vcM M HIo n Senators McCreary and Blackburn will spend a few days of next week In FrankfortThe York delegation In Congress has recommended Bourko CockI ran for a vacancy on the House Ways and Means Committee W R Hearst was a candidate for the place Congressman W Godfrey Hunter I coming to Kentucky to look after his chances for renomination D C Edwards having made considerable headway as the opposing candidate At a caucus of the republican member of the Ohio Legislature at CotumI bus Gen Charles Dick of Akron was nominated by acclamation for both tbeI unexpired and short terms of United States Senator to succeed the late M A Hanna Hon Harvey Helm and Wallace WI Withers of Stanford came over yesterday and saw Ben Hur last night Mr Helm Is one of the best and most widely known politicians In the Eighth Congressional district He Is a candi date for the democratic nomination lorI Congress and Is making a hot tight to- win He will carry his own county of Lincoln unanimously has a good chance at Boyle and is certain of jar rard and Madison Lexington Demo crat HERE AND THERE Three moo were killed In fights at Tall Oaks and Oak Hill GaeSophia Gab said to have been 129 years old Is dead In Chicago Two young men were burned todeath In the jail at Mountain View Olela The Jape made a second attack on Pprt Arthur and were again repulsed The plant of the Knozvllle Wheel and Foundry Company was destroyed by OreIIJames Dugglns the Terra Haute led triple murderer has made a complete confession Twenty persons were Injured In a wreck on the Brooklyn elevated road In East New York One person WAS killed and considerable property destroyed by a tornado In Washington State Three Mexicans fell 80 feet from a scaffold in a church at San Luis Po tosl and were killed Gov Beckbarn directed that two lit tle Negroes sent to the penitentiary from Marlon countY be taken to theI School of Reform Four are known to be dead one mlasI leg and scores are Injured as the result of an explosion which wrecked the CIM Sugar Refining Co at Waukegan 111 The Japanese torpedo fleet made an attack on Port Arthur and was repulsed by the fire of the Russian warship Retzlvan and the land force Viceroy Alexleff In his ofUclal report of the engagement says two of the Japanese veer eels were sunk and four others were disabled by the Russian fire One report says the Japanese were endeavor tog to bottle up the Russian fleet by sinking barges of stone In the harbor Alexleff In his message to tbeCzar says the vessels were laden with intlamma blee He says the Russians loetno men OTTENHEIM James Griffin has rented the John Harris property- Wheat has stood the freezes of the winter better on the knoba then It has in the lowlands Mrs W T Tucker Is convalescent Mn D J Harris who Is suffering from a complication of diseases Is very lowThe shlvaree that took place lathe neighborhood after the recent wedding was enough to make the dead turn over and groan G D Bonne bought a bunch of sheep from F Carne at 14 with the lambs thrown In Farmers have begun plow- Ing in the last few days Nick Colelab a Pole living about two miles below Ottenhelm sold his farm and will have a sale of his person ly soon He is undecided where ho will locatem When You Have a Cold The first action when you have a cold should be lo relieve the lungs This is best accomplished by the free use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy This Remedy liquefies the tough mucus and causes its expulsion from the air cells of tho lungs produces a free expectoration and opens the secretions A complete cure soon follows This remedy will cure a severe cold in leas time than any other treatment and It leaves the system in a natural and healthy condition It coun teracts any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by W N Oralg In a letter to Dr J M Blayney chairman of the committee of notifies tlon Dr W L MoEwan of Plttsburg declines to accept the presldcnoy of Central University He says the re sponslbllltr of the work undertaken by him In Plttsburg can not be shifted to other shoulders Nearly Forfeits His Life A runaway almost ending fatally start ed a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Or nor Franklin Grove Ill For tour years it defied all doctors and all remedies But Bucklcns Aruictt Salvo had no trouble to cure him Equally good for Burns Bruises Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c aV Penny rDrug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Danville wants a Federal building Miss Ruth Dunn aged 73 la dead In Garrard Roes Brown It dead at Burnslde act Edward Phillip at Sleubenvllle The old Jill building and lot at Jamestown was sold uv auction for 1301 David Campbell u merchant preacher of Mercer hat taken the bankrupt law Bares College will still be open to both races If It has to be mdvod to Ohio declares Its president- W D Clark formerly of Georgetown will soon begin the publication of the Mountain Advocate al Harbour vllle John W Caskey representing WI borg Hanna 5 Co Cincinnati has bought In Adair county since Christ mac one million two hundred feet of lumber News The saloon of Patton Ball at Mid dlesboro was robbed of 1210 and the money was found on Bud Hondrlcksoo who Is now In jail Oscar Letcher of Henderson won In the annual oratorical contest of Central University John P Thatcher of Som erset was second Trimble Bros bays sold their stock of general merchandise to E S Goooh tr Co who take Immediate possession of same Somerset Journal Prof J C Acbeson of Danville was president of the Kentucky Young Mens Christian Association at the meeting held In Bowling Green John Bryan a wealthy farmer near Yenta 0 has offered a largo tract of land and a sum of money to Induce the removal of Berea College to that place In a scuffle with a traveling show man Sam Bales of Richmond was dan shot through the lungs and the chances of his recovery are considered doubtful For giving a Negro named Louis Hunter a doe of croton oil to playa joke on him Robert Owen a white man of Laurel county has been sentenced- to the penitentiary for two years Local sharpers relieved E W Barnes a prominent farmer of Loo don of a check for 160 which they were unable to cash owing to the prompt action of the detective depart meotLou Times While attempting to board a freight Wlcfleld Teen Luther Morgan lost his balance and Pas tbrown under cutting off both legs Ho was taken to Somerset for operation nod died Monday morning A man giving his name as Jack Me Humes of Buffalo N Y was arrested by the authorities In Lawrcncoburg Be Is a stranger and the police think that his actions warrant an Investiga Lion In the hope of learning something of the murder of Operator Rucker Advocate Real Estate Bargains couotyIyoobuilt 8 years ago Steam and water power uptodatemend bolt The engine I of 7 yean mm 14 acres with the mill Including what Is with the house of S rooms All for 18230 or fJ 500 for the mill and 14 acres One half club Has fine trade No mill In 10 alles countyKytodate In every particular and good dwell ing with Improvements and 20 acres of One land close to Southern railroad Price 19 000 Also It acres of Florida land In Mann placeleavingroom house and oranges poaches pears plums crapes all bearing and 6 acres on other side with 8 room onestory house orange peaches pears plums grapes bear Ing All for 12900 or tbo 8 acres for 1800 and the S acres for 11100 325 acres In Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about SO acres cultivated about 125 In timber and grass and about ISO In grass Timber on place Is cut to 18 thinglee the place twice over A part Is fenc ed There are four dwellings of 4 rooms each and one store of twostorles with rooms above has wells and springs of water Is In 2 miles of county teat and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc tor IJSOO Onehalf cashA Bullltt county Ky farm of 100 acres with good 2story house metal roof barns water etc 110 acres of timber that will mako ties staves barrel timber Ground will grow wheat corn tobacco etc only 12000 X cash Place has SOO fruit trees 171 acres 1 mile Ilardstown Junction Bullllt county Ky 120 acres cultivated balance in timber good three room house with ball new log barn smokehouse wood house One well good springs and running water two orchards three room tenant bouse Is a beautiful farm and productive cheap for 1350012000 cash In one two and throe years 122 acres three miles of Wllllsburg Washington county Ky JIG acre cultivated 6 acres In beech timber well cistern springs orchard IX story six room frame house veranda cribs wood house smoke house hen house school on the farm This Is n good farm worth the money f2SOO 11250 cash balance one and two years MississippiThereopportunities for profitable Investment as the Minis pi Is now fitly described as Pros parity Valley The tlmNr II becoming more valu fistdlminlshlnr timher ral purposes It will produce a bale of cotton to the acre or will grow any other kind of crop raised In the temperate rone The soil needs no fertllUers and lowIheand timber lands at present prices ismaktnganIn vestment that he will never regret land Is dl vided Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract to 11000 acres to the tract and prices from S3 per acre to Ji6 per acre according to location etc We are authorized by the company who owns these lands to state that as other parties are considering the purchase of these lands that we offer tracts subsale withdraw I from market or change n price wlthont notice however when notified nourhlor11000 acres of this land has been sold by the Com ranIlcularsCoStanfordltJ A S PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford i Ky Imeov r UeUoberU Drnc Store In tbs OwalsT UuUdinr FOR RENT louse with sit rooms and IX acres of laud for toot In excellent neighborhood close to school church postofllco and store Apply to Mrs A 1 Root Turnersvllle Ky Jesse W Sweeney raopatcroft Livory Food sad Solo Shblo I Lancaster Ky I Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable ralesI The New Mason Hotel DAYIRATES 200 PER Lancaster KyIWm SSUOAS3 ProprUtor- Bectrk Lights In every room Refurnished and under entire New Management Dob the favorite porter meets all trains Urge Welllighted Sample Room FOR SALE I Ten acres of land a two etory front seven room cottage The houso Is new A e plon did garden and orchard Thorn ii a largll mill on the placer a good crusher and the dam Is In good repair and the natural power 1s great economy In running the mill a splendid business Everything Is In good repair and has all neceuaiy outbuilding The owners only reason for selling Is the- rush of other business as he has extensive farming Interests to look after This prop erty Is on the dancing Fork about 4 mUM from Stanford and can be bought at a bargain for further particulars address f0 Thurmond Lyt1e or L Rllcoitrs Stanford Ky E D Peyton DKALWU IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford OMfltiony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In counties of incoln and Casey who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the Itron tal and beet OldLine Corn panics represented and the low ret possible rates are guaranteed Phone b2- Stanford Kentucky 1 ILBRUCE D D CARTER BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage U solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection POSTED We whoso names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tree our places and will prosecute Violators to the full extent of the law T A Rice Dr J O Carpenter J 1 Carter 8r W E Amon George Holmes J 0 Neal P w Carter Fred VonOruenlgan J Nerln Carter Fred VonAllman Fred Bauman Albert VonOrunenlgan J Z Bpoonaraore T M Holrae II F J B Camenlsch Peter Balmor W H Johnson Mrs Mary Olvens David Stephens james M White and wife E U 1 lIawklnl Mrs Mary K Welch a THIS IS A Presidential Year andyou must KEEP POSTED The way to do this Is to road the WEEKLY OOURIER JOURNAL Henry Watterson Editor Twelve pages Issued even Wednesday Sl A YEAR Moral Re Revenue Reform Social Reform form The CourierJournal Issues the best Alir anao published Bend JSc for a copy by mall COURIER JOUItNAL CO Louts THle Ky By a special arrangement you can get th- eINTERIOR JOURNAL and the WEEKLY OOORIERjbURliAL both oae year for o lkll50 r GRAND LEADER I 11o have just our largo shipment of embroideries 8 to 10 inches wide benutlfuledgo worth from 20o to 30o per yard bur one week our price will bo lOc per yard conio early 26 pieces very best Apron Ginglmtn worth 7Jo nil chock Ifi at Ge per YAnl Extra Size Towel Union Linen bordered worth 20c special price 12Ac 25 patterns Aiuoskoag Gingham dresu gingham lOc per jnrdtho very bort Ladies Chain Hand Purses the 8100 kind at toe Klepuit Now Lino of Ladies Stock Collars from 2Cc to 1 Special straight front J hook halide corwt worth The tspecial89c An old lot of Consols White and Jllack worth 1 E125JMnull 150 all po at 48c- Wo have a large now stock of Wash Silks TitlToln Silks Pcau Do Soir Silks allwool llontctpun drew goods new Mohairs in call colors Voiles Ktomlncs Serges and Melrobo Now colorings in Cotton Crash Knickerbocker Suiting India Linen Ladies Dross Skirts and in fact a complete up todate stock Our prices are always right OWBIKY BLOCK WATCH OUR AUU 1 THE GRAND LEADER I M B Levy Q Co S B LeIJ i s Heaters 5 Get our prices on Heaf1 Jiersbfore you buy fit Lamps Iveryft jOHN BRIGHT JR COiJ t To The FarmersrIf you are in need of PLOWS come in and buy The Oliver The BEST One in the World W E Perkins tl Crab Orchard Kentucky ti See That Your Ticket Reads Via TherQ a cK Railroadi wise and Panic GREAT GAMES AT 1 II W M CRAIG Pharmacist Successor to Craig tfi Hoclcer t STANFORD KENTUCKY i r5r But it is a fact that we are offering a most desirable stock of goods at less than a ten cent basis for the raw cotton You can see that if the present prevail and the knowing ones say it cannot be otherwise that all goods in which cotton is used in the manufacture will be much higher We are now occupying our two roomsour old room and the one vacated by the Leader In the bid room we have a good line of Staples at VERY LOW PRICES and a lot of short lenghts and odd lots that we want to close out and i 4 the prices areastonishingly low Mr Raney is managing this department and will load you with bargains We are cutting prices on Shoes kinds Mens Shirts Dress goods Wash goods etc There are hundreds of articles in here that are just what you want and the price is no barrier to the small purse I Carson Room J f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTAWTOUD KY FKII 20 1001 a RKMFUHKK that we return your mon e It Wblto Pine and Tar falls to re lleve your cough and cold 25 cents a bbltlu 1enuys Drug Store Stanford J PERSONALS JOHN CARTER Is quite sick 1 Mug W 0 SHANKS is some better lb L HUIIULE was at London Wed ocsday MR JOHN M MCKOIJKUTS continues very low Miss QELEN BEASLEY is with her sister to Paris Ma WILL SEVERANCE is In the ci ties buying goads Mri M T ROUT of Garrard was bare atfcoart yesterday Mn J D PRYOR of Versailles was hero with friends this week- MI8sALLIETa11IHLTOf I Richmond Is with Mrs P P Nunnelley WinchesterpiMI88LILLi MOCLARY Is I Mrs A In Knoxvllld MR JAMES F CUMMINS went to Loulsyllle yesterday to buy an automo bile MRS 183IETUCKHK went to Lout vlllo Wednesday to see her sister who illt BACOIIMAN of Huston hh Mleses Catherine and Sa rab Baughman MRS VlO OWENS west to Livings too Wednesday to too her hntband who 1s quite sick MARK HARDIN and wife and George H Farris and wife saw Ben nor at Lexington Tuesday MR JOEL J WALKER of Lancaster was here Wednesday on his way to Mississippi to visit his too MESSRS nARY HBLM and Wai lace W Withers went to Lexington Wednesday to see Ben fur MESSRS T F MORIHY and Wm Minor of the Powers section of Casey were caller at this ofllco Wednesday Miss DAISY VANDEVKER went to Louisville yesterday to catch on to spring and summer styles in millinery MRS E U BKASLEY went to Wil mington O Tuesday to attend the burial of her brother who died sudden ly there t MR P H CORMINEY has rented out his farm near Crab Orchard and at to present Is staying with his brother Mr J O Cormlney bore MR J W QUIT of Crab Orchard and Judge R J Brecklnrldtfe of Dao vllle were hero this week to see Col WO Welch who Improving MR HENRY THOMAS who will edit Llbort1loootnext week catching on to ness JAMES T MENP FEE of the L sit N with headquarters at Now Orleans Is t spending a few days with his parents Ho looks as if this south II agreeing with him Miss NETTIE WRAY has returned from a delightful visit to relatives at Bloomington III Sne la now with her f sister Mrs H C Baughman ID the West End MR JOE U MCALISTER Is back from a prospecting tour of the South Ho le delighted with the cotton land of Mississippi and will likely buy a farm in that State WE have not had enough snow this winter to track a rabbits writes Ell hu Wells from the Sao sit Fox Agency O T Mr Wells formerly lived In the East End of Lincoln MISSES CATHERINE BAUQUMAN Tovla Carpenter and Jennie Lynn and Messrs F S McClary Manly Huey James and Hubert Carpenter saw Bon Hur at Lexington Tuesday evening A MR AND MRS J THOMAS CHERRY of Brodhead were on yesterdays train returning from Lexington where they witnessed the marriage of Mr R H BaLI o one of Lancaster staunchest citizens and best merchants to Miss A Roberta Hilton a handsome and ac complished lady of Brodhead They left at once for a bridal tour Including Chicago and other point LOCALS I DONT forget the entertainment at tho Graded School tonight I THE Alverson Vagrancy Dill passed thu Hours yesterday afternoon 65 to 6 rLit ITS NO WOLF STORY SEVERA1TCE8z SONTWO STORES JOHN TiiOMiBONa ahow Around the World la 80 MloutClbal been booked for May 7 ONLY three moro day of winter no cording to the calendar Several weeks more according to Mr 0 flog J O McCLAUY li receiving a large took or wagon harness plow harness buggy harness etc Call and see It Eoaa dropped xcoatsthe dozen to Chicago Wednesday but It will be tome time before the drop reaches Stanford 1 THE colored woman Edle Cloyd who was eo badly burned In bercabln on Mr A W Carpenters farm a week agoI died of her IDJurloI Mr11Kltorrday afternoon at 230 Every member is requeued to be present NEWS comes from Cloberno Texas of the death of little Glenn eon of Mr and Mr John L Spoonamore who moved to Texas some weeks since WANTED Will allold antique furniture In any condition old clock candle sticks chins curios etc Will call anywhere Address card to Gene Pooht Stanford Ky J O LYNN wont to Louisville Wednesday alter O C Radley arrested there on a writ from this county charg log him with breaking loco Jarvis store at Cedar Creek some weeks ago Tint Waiblngton social at the home of Mr and Mrs B L llelnhart proved a very enjoyable ocoailnn and 810 60 was cleared which amount will go to a good cause The evening was spent In games contests etc Tile Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange tc Title Co has an option on 160000 acres of cotton land ID Missis sippi Prices ranging from IS to 810 per acre Call at real estate office and examine maps papers etc of same OLD FIDDLERS CONTMSTMellr- JobD U Wblpp and M K Humphrey will give an old fiddlers contest at Liberty on Saturday night March 12 when the following prizes will be glv en Best violin player 14 tad 13 3rd 12 4th II best banjo player I22d II best colored male dancer II MONDAYS Danville Advocate con tamed a splendid picture and a beau tifully written biographical sketch of Col Thomas P Hill the nestor of the Stanford bar All the good things said about the colonel In the column write up are deserved and are highly spore elated by the friends of the excellent old gentleman MR SUCLTON SAUFEY gave a very attractive box party 1ennlDJt to Ben flur to honor of Miss Tovls Carpenter of Stanford The guests In the box were Mlsa Carpenter Miss Katherine Baugbman of Stanford Miss Patty Prewltt Mr Stutley Mr Forest McClary of Stanford and Mr Robert Crensbaw Miss Carpenter lea vary charming girl She was the guest of Mice Patty Prowltt here sev eral weoke ago and at that time was much rLaloedLoxloJtoo Democrat His Honor Judge Bell has been die posing of the business ID circuit court with the case of a veteran The pros ecution against the city of Stanford for allowing the merchants to obstruct the streets by displaying their wares was decided In favor of the city on per emptory Instructions Mack Rocker was acquitted of the charge of totln a razor Walter O Walker quallUed as trustee of the jury fund and George B SauneyaemaILercommlulonerMarloo prisoner from Constable Murphy was acquitted A demurrer was sustained to the Indictment against the members of the fiscal court for failure to keep roads In repair and same wasdUmtssed Hiram Donbam charged with assault Ing Mr 0 U VaoArsdale failed to respond when called and his bond for 1300 was forfeited Court adjourned at noon Tuesday on account of the burial of Judge A W Buchanan a member of the bar Mask Rocker for attempting to cut Anthony Alcorn also colored with a razor wao fined 125 and given 60 days In jail The case of Zack Stewart for killing Lot Anderson at Crab Orchard some 18 months ago now has the alien lion of the court I READ No 76 otthe Real Estate col umnAS excellent a summary as can be found of this especially brilliant officer was written by Geo Georgo B Mo Clellan and may be read In the appen dix to the volume The review closes with Mrs Plckcttt volume hat its particular charm The Impulse blcbI moves me Is love she says and I have endeavored that nothing should be written unworthy ol the motive and so there are oodesparaglng statements and the author has tried her best to present the facts of history and jus lice Mrs PIckett will lecture at Wat tons Opera Rouse next Tues Jay ever sing March 1 HlrmaoIIThe Knights of Pythias cleared 137 CO on their supper Rov B E SPUrt has accepted the call to Trinity Episco pal church David Wilson and Mite Mary Meibow will be united In mar rlago Saturday evening at his home in the Allen heights Both of the con trading parties are deaf An expert miner is now sinking a shaft on the farm of Mr Bowen W Given near Hubble about five rallaa from this olty Considerable cropping of zinc and flqor spar have been found on Mr OlvI one place and there is ovary reason at this time to believe that both the zloo and the Liner spar can be mined thereat considerable profit Advocate HUSTONVILLE Dont fall to attend the saleof Arthur Jones Saturday At 2 oclock Lion Chas Montgomnry of Liberty was among the distinguished guests at the wedding breakfast Joe Jordan was bore again Thursday and bought a pair of work mules from J W Allen for 1335 and a plug horse from O T Bobon forISS Miss Maud VanAridalo entertained the Trlx Club Wednesday night and the charming hostess sustained her deserved reputation In this line The occasion of the swarming of the hive of Maccabees here on Wednesday evening was the Initiation Into the mysteries of the order J Beecber Ad ams of Danville Ten Automobiles free The Royal Tailor are surely giving away auto mobiles to their customers this year Everyman chance equal For parr ticulars call quickly on A J Adams C W Adams has received from his architects In St Louis a very attract ive design for his twostory brick build Ing to be erected in the early spring on I the south east corner of Main and Danville streets Old Kick Up the erstwhile faml ly horse of J W Allen died this week aged 83 years He was known for his intelligence and peculiarities He could drive stock open gates let down bar with a buggy hitched to him and never break It Sid Adams of Lexington spent afew days with homefolks here while en routo to Birmingham Ala where be has accepted a position with a shoe house Mrs Brent BarnettissufTering from a broken ankle resulting from a fall at her homo Tuesday The young ladies leap year dance at Alcorn Opera Rouse Friday night with a 2 oclock A H menu uosurpaes cd ID the list of similar affairs glvbn ID old Kentucky promises to be the most brilliant affair of the season Flowers with kind thanks and promises to at tend are ID evidence from Atlanta to ChicagoArthur Jones has accepted a lucra tive position with our former county man W W Lyons at Augusta Kan sas and will leave with his family fo that place next week Smysor Tippett one of Louisville representative bus loose men was among the guests at the BartonCarpenter wedding Mr David Rowland and wife of Danylllo wore guests at the Woatherford Rouse Moo dayMrs C M Barton of Pennsylvania reIletoredTuesday Geo A Prewltt cashier of the Commercial Dank of Liberty has greatlyImproveden his stand ID the bank lilt weight was 00 pounds when he left Atlanta for Deming and to day bo tips the beam at 165 The BartonCarpenter wedding on Wednesday was another society event of the season that fond memory will long recall A beautiful and Impress Ive ceremony by Rev G W Mills fol lowed by Mendelssohn wedding march rendered with that Inimitable touch of Miss Melt Hooper the march of the Misses Margaret and Mary Carpenter bridesmaids preceded by A T Man ning O 8 William Jesse T Carpen ter and Val B Morse ushers finished a very beautiful wedding The handsome decorations by HarbUon of Dan vllle deserves special comment After the ceremony a delightful breakfast woe served for 40 cover at the Dlnwld die Rouse Before the ceremony was performed Mrs R L Salter of Dan vllle sang a beautiful soprano solo FOR BENEVOLENCE Last year was notable for the amount of money that was given to the institutions of learn lOll hospitals and similar Institutions Mr Carnegie leads the llet with 110 000000 and only 5600000 of tale wont for the 103 libraries established during the year Tbo rest went to hospitals colleges and other Institutions Includ ing we presume the great gift to hII native town of Duafermllne John D Rockefeller who Is belleyed to have an annual Income of 140000000 come leo oDd on the list with about 10000000 almost all of which went to his Chica go University Including 10 000000 0I the Rush Medical College Tbl leaves over I500i0000 that have been given bv other rich men and women 1000 of whom the public never heard of and I the total to colleges alone lsUO000000 Philadelphia Inquire- rChamberlains mach and Liver Tablets Unequalled- for Constipation Mr A K Kane a prominent druggist of Baxter Springs Kansan says Chem berlalna Stomach and Liver Tablets are In my judgment the most superior prepa ration of anything in use today for con stipation They arc sure in action and with no tendency to nauseate or gripe For sac by W N Craig Five member of ooo family were killed avCayuga IT by polton put In bread by mistake forbaklngpowder Wheat reached II 09 at Chicago yes terday Produce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you the best market price for your Poultry Egg Feathers lilacs Fun Iron Bras Etc Call at- NORTHCOTT it THOMAS StanfordKy FOR SALEI About 10000 mill cull lied and White Oak lumber at J M Hlatt k Gos mill about 10 milee from Stanford near the Somerset turnpike will take 500 per thousand fret board meaaure at mill Mr B D Hlatt will measure and receive client or cash for same J II COLLIER Grab Orchard Ky NOTICE Notice Is hereby given to the owners and holders of the f13000 Lincoln county 4 per cent bonds of series A Issued March 1 180910 year bond optional In Ore years that the Court will redeem said series of bonds at the Lincoln County National Hank of Stanford Kentucky on March 1 104 as provided In the face of said bonds JAS P lUiucr J L 0 O Administrators Sale I As administrator of the estate 6f J 0 Murphy deceased I will at his lato resi dence near Powers Casey county Ky on WEDNEJDAYMAKOIl I 1901 Publicly offer for sale the personal property belonging to the estate consisting In part of nine head of weanling mules one 8year old mule one bay horse tour yeast old one cow three caves six 100lb shoats sow and pigs one buggy and harness one road cart two 2horse wagons frame and bed for same and wagon heroes half Interost In mower and rake some plows and farming tools 15 or SO barrels of corn Sale be gin at 10 A M sharp exr um a with approved personal security before the property Is from premises T F Munriir AdmInistrator NOTICE ADMINISTRATORS SALE As administrator of lam Newell deceas ed I will on the CUxDajrof iioxclv 9O4 at his lato residence expose at public sale and sell to the highest and best bidder all the personal effects of said decedent sub- Ject to sale consisting of HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN KUHNI TU11E MEAT OBAIN HAY FAUM INO IMPLEMENTS LIVE STOCK ETCIncluded In the sale will bo one Stallion andtwo Jacks The Jack am very one animal and are valuable Sale begin onjdayNEWELLThis S Leader Room 1I The Boy at School IsIlard on His Clothes His winter suit may be much worn by now and he may need a oneAnything in Boys Clothingat Cost until March 1st i From 50c to 2OO Cheaper Than They Used to Bo i rl 7 Cummins S r1IID Qt ji6 VJrrl W t A e 5+ t5 I gqpSy+ di gaiett JP It e t ILittle EarlyI+ fwt 4D i 4 ai a IQt But they are here Spring Goods e t coming in fast Clothing Shoes 41i e Shins Neckwear are already in to be able to have our entire epslook over oir Job Lot counter of Shoes + ri- a t ii they are cheapq45I +fM Terms cashe ow HJMRobertsi I 8V AGENT e1W eel ii air4ei- i4ga + 1 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 arStove like this Geo H Farris Co Stanford Ky TIME TRIED and FIRE TESTED ARE THE FIVE GREAT FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES REPRESENTED R B Mahony 11 They point with pride to having passed through three of greatest fires that this country has over known without Htt having the business of either disturbed in the least r Thc Best Insurance is the Cheapest Insure with n B MAHOUT Agt Stanford I 1 1 ThE JNTEKlORJOURNAL nurfd n the pottoffice at Stanford at lauattrr cep aliahmaTusodsevae adF4davm 1- t i PER YEAR CASH Ibcu aol opald 111300 will bobarct4 KNOXVILLE DIVISIOH 14 Trsln going North l04pta II II 230 a m It02S II s 101111217 am HolS M 11 m BOB QUIS 66749 a AJCCII will staid the above splendid Jersey bun at my place near water at 1150 Ju adrance Return privileges permitted j B OAMKN180II Stanford Ky J H IOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates j Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Ooal Pertabte Engine and Saw Mill Per Salt j win sell privately Will also sell a 15 4parsepower engine boiler Altooodsell at a lumberIPowaLL do SwKsrr JACK SALE IWewUl hold our Annual Jack Sale at on I THURSDAY MARCH 3 1901 Send In your entries now The sale tees to bO the largest ever held In Central t Kentucky FOX S LOGAN DanrllleKy IDatli Traglor DKALYB i1WhlskH Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc lOarpentr House Olot to STANFORD KY Prompt an phonegraph orders tht buI to drink Mat recelY I prompt attention fiCRUPLEYV- hfl Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky C ootU Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call LUTES BOONE COr teal Estate Agents Stanfordm Kentucky busp All persons wishing or sell farms will do to see us We have a number of tine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for ute and will M plea to show any one what we have If you deilre to sell place- It In our hands Office at Boone s Livery Btabirt Stanford Ky FEMALEWEAKNESS 61212 Centres St Oot17lmIto any doctors medicine lover used and 1 know whereof I speak I suf suppressedmenstruation wouldhoollbroarhmblinding headaches My limbs would swell up and I would feel so wok I feltducouragdthe help of physician but Wine of Cardul Mme as a Oodsend to me I felt a change for the better within a week After nineteen days treatment I menstruated without suffering the Monies I utuallv did and soon became regular And without palo Wloe of uardul U simply wonderful and 1 wish that all suffering women knew of its good qualities IVr LsTreasurer Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tell of fe male weakness Wino of Cardui car + permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular menses bearing down pains or any weakness If you are u discouraged and doctors have that is the best reason in tho world you should try Wine of Cardui now Remember that headaches mean female weakness Secure a 8100 bottle of Wine of todayrt WINE I CIRDUI NOTICEI An election for Directors for the Lincoln County National Dank will be held at said bank office on Saturday March 8th 1004 to elect directors to yearJ d W Wallace Z Son I Blacksmiths and Fancy HorsoSaoers Wast Main Street Stanford Kentucky R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky omcII over Higgins McEtnneyi Stor Telephone NO 81 THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Professional bills Sue when services are rendered and must two paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLES WIt1U1 18 N1mI JUNCTION CITY KY PintClass Turnoutsst Reasonable Rates Bpeclal Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Kay For Sale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately rny farm of 130 acres on tho Liberty pike 2K miles from nustonvlllo It Is all grass and the land Is fertile and In good shape It has on It good house of 7 rooms a tenant house two stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address O W Riffs Jr Ty rone O T or call on J P Blffe Huslon Tllle Ky J L Beazley Co r Undertakers and- Embalmers LlO DnLJIU III FanilturcMalUngsRuRS- They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Pricea right 4TANFOBD KENTUCKY VMCGbMY t1NDEB1AXEJB EMBALMER And Dealest In EARNJESS SADDLSST 8tO Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- atoTONSORIALARTIST Hnstonvllle Ky elegantlyP 0 Agency for firstclass Laun dry Newa Stand Cigars All work guaranteed business solicited Different Goodbyes Tbo parting words spoken by man In various quarters differ greatly and In eomo Instances may be traced to re ligious as well as social environment Toe Turk will solemnly crate big hands upon his breast and make a pro found obeisance when he bids you fare well Tho genialJap will tako his slipper off its you depart and ray with a smile You aro going to leave my despicable house In your honorable journeying I regard thee I In the Philippines the parting bone diction U bestowed In the form of rub bing ones friends face with ones hand The German lobe woblIs not par ticularly sympathetic In Its sound but tile leas embarrassing to those that speed than the Illndoos performance who when you go from him falls in the dust at your feet The FIJI Islanders cross two red feathers The natives of New Guinea exchange chocolate The Burmese bond low and say nib hlb The Auf weidcrsehen of the Aue trlana Is tho most feeling expression of farewellThe would consider his good bye anything but a coralal one unless he was given a good oigar The South Sea Islander rattle each others whale teeth necklace The Sioux and Blackfeet will at parting dig their spears In the earth as a sign of confidence and mutual ee teem This la the origin of the term burying the tomahawk In the IslaDdsJInltbo Straits of the Sound the natives at your going will stoop down and clasp your foot The Russian form of parting salute Lion la brief conslstlpg of the single word Praschal said to sound like a sneeze TheOtahelto Islanders wll twlaj the end of the departing guests robo and then solemnly shako his own hands three times How He Manages His Wife Really boys I have to quit said the man with the biggest suck of chips as he gathered in another Jackpot ac cording to the New York Prees lOb come ofT give us a show to get even said the biggest loser Really Imusi quit It is 12oclock now and If I dont get homo I will be In a pretty fix As it Is I expect to fled my wife and motherinlaw watt log for me II You are not married I am declared the man wbote luck had just returned And you are going to play all night are you If I want to And drink II Bet your life II Your wife Iwont say anything to you wbenvougohome Not a word Doesnt she object to your playing poker and drinking all night I dont know I am not worrying about It Im going to stay all night The winner looked at the other man with admiration Ill tell you what Ill do ho exclaimed 111 wlllgve you my stack If youll tell me how you man age herI alimony said the other ai he reached for the checks Better Than Gold III was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous dcblll ty writes F1 Nrcen of Lancaster N II No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all tbo medicine I over used They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years She says Electric Bit ters are just splendid for female troubles that they are a grand tonic and In vigorator forweak run down women No other medicine can take its place in our family Try them Only 50c Pat isfactlon guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store I dont see how that man makes a living said A Dickey of Indlanapo lis last night at the Fifthavenue Ho tel speaking of WS Taylor formerly of Kentucky who now lives next door to Mr Dickey It is a mystery to me1I be continued for be lives In comfortable style and I see his chil dren pass my door every day when I am at home He either turns over money in some way or has mean to live on but what be does to hlmaeltls snare than I can tellOnDll column CJ Nothing Equals Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy IDr P B Spears of Pincbard Ala has become acquainted with the good quali ties of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and uses it in his own famllyaml in his practice lie says It beats any preparation I have ever seen for all bowel compainU I do not think of recommending any other and aso use it with my own children This remedy Is for sale by W N Craig If the republican organs local or otherwise should make a real and earnest effort they might be able to die cover historical parallel between St Patrick and Caleb Power in that March 17 has been assigned as the date for the hearing of argument in the letters appeal from the death sentence Imposed against him by the Scott cir cult court Lexington Democrat o CEDAR CREEK Dorn to the wife of Andy James a daughter Andy James will leave March let for New Albany Ird Rev James Barnes of Mt Vernon Visited big sister Mrs Smith Baker last week and preached a splendid ser mon at Mrs Sallle Bakers Sunday A few of too citizens mot Tuesday and made a start ul the foundation of a church Easy U would be to build one If the people would all try but one waits for the other to help Instead ot everybody going and doing all the work they can There Is a great deal of sickness In our vicinity JimmIe Livingston Is very sick with typhoid fever Mre Smith Baker Is very low of consump Lion Mrs Will James Is reported sick Miss Linda Collins Is very low of consumption Eugenia Leo little daugh tor of E O Singleton la sick Louis Whltt went lo Cincinnati and Louts vi lie last week He alto made a trip to Lebanon Junction Tuesday GOOD SPIRITS Good spine doni all come from Kentucky Their main source Is the liver and all the fine spirits ever mada in the Blue Grass Slate could not remedy a bad liver or the hundredandI one ill effects It produces cant good spIrits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be In fine condi tlon It you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful In your pursuits You can put your liver in fine condition by using Green August Flowerthe greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia or indigestion It has been a favorite household remedy for over 36 years Au gust Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply of goof spirits Trial size 25o regular bottles 76c At all druggists Tho total population of the United States Including Alaska and Hawaii in 1000 was 76303337 the Phlllpplner 10000000 Porto Rico 053243 Grand total 87256610 UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost aa good aa new for a smell amount I can fix your umbrella hotter than the tramp repairers and for loss money dive me a trial KRAKK ATKIKB Stanford Fttft+T TfHK4vMtH vfT If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial- Lsl4e4taa4laaa4444444 alla A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as Auotoinctr to the peoplo of Lincoln County He will please both in work and prlco Write to him tfi8 LGXIDGTOn 3 DemOClRltr Is the only dally Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year It especially devoted to the Interests of Jtbo Democratic party and gives all the news without tear or favor WI P Walton Editor S Pror Lexington Ky e 4y c First National I BankStanford Capital Stock 50000 Tills Institution was originally established M the Deposit Hunk of In 1151 then reorganised as tho National Dank of Stanford In 1885 again reorganized uthe First National Ilatk of Stanford In 188J having had practically an uninterrupted nlIeDco for 43 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact bOltDMI promptly and well than ever before In IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries fled Cor porations Solicited 1 I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II STOCK Directors J B PaitoD J B Owsley B II Shanks W 0 Walker Oeo W Carter Ky and lug Successors to The farmers hank 6 Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford KyJNo 8086 seer el aolmprat d lied In Iron county Mo 1H wiles from Nebula Stilton on Iron MouotslQ route Will Mil 01 sittings la prorenIDJncolnClOIIIIINo SnllM Iran bean fend llouvol four food root tuck porch end 1 sands Hood bun sad other buildings la good rrpslr Cut In ill fitMi well f aced 50 airs In eaUlvsUoa one traln frelt tffoft rest In 5raas llouihtstrommlMloieriulsat Urgiln sod an bs sold st bargain close to school and hrehPrice IMprr acne Laos JJolnloj Midfor40and i IO Thu lea Nel M barltaloIdw Hnf turn ITSM Ml w Lion PrlwILWO Ns UsO room dwlling good rifler and 21 serve land h trbUliCll and sprint Pcnolog sod outbulkllon In fair condition Cheep puce don M town Will mil small Ually Ne M inoirrnoltoalsKlllmtrUsd low dlo Vmjtutntr Kv an OHM Vl Cnwks trltaUnrof the Nona leek of Kentucky river- Iburvein efcosl virylDg In tbkkims Item gli lott totli fat liver navigable tb mot of above emk A rallied luurvd within thrr milts of MM property the timber rentlits of oak tie TlUsrnrfcrl Will Mil or sicbiDgs on uy tams No 51A nice twoilery etgat room fiat dtlllDr InSUolord lluiiro rood nUn with roDtrrU floor goal garden well in kltcbto negro aWn on plate wen leh real for f I per month Tb dwelling rents Wt ilk trmonth Tills prop arty U In god repair and ran U bought for UIOO 43 Farnt 818 arm splendid blarirau land In Lincoln county Two ttory a room dune mldcnc a leant houses barn ram for over 200 bud ol stork and allotbfrncccuary oullMilUlnp all In Ir Close to cburrb school ptilofflct rallradend In rood celihturbooJ 400 stir IB lultiratlon real 10 InII and Umber lie Tbili ail dM country bout cull eGnualo on plate ales ale WNI wtred with It flier atltbg veins etc Irlc nuaonabl 7NIllaco T am land within IH tmlcaol Stanford 101 nl alr lancing cool Trrla tlo well and good cellar Hood barn Mill emote bout d Yoooc orchard and flo vine yard pleoJlil plate to raise garden produce to apply the town PrkIt SIIOO wo nO sties of land on tulle from Somers- etKyeutlnavenSsldaI Forty era In culilta lion10i rm Iuturf balaDall Umbt r Utllog cooulm seven rooms Large barn and all oc lusty outbuadmge Fences IDol buIIJlegetepleo did repair Well watered Pile 6YW0 No s ICOacr aof land In Ford ilx mUtafroa railroad and U miles romtriaou nrcr Ncrenty acreeof land la river bottom la IInlelutlaod and In cnaa Tblaland la for sale oreiebangeNo farm oUt scru In Lincoln county Thn good dwelling S good barns sad other out bulldli a each house bun etc about the center of 100 acres Ml on county road 5f mile from church school sod talll Lays well Indwell watered This la a gad tobacco arm and would lull two or tbre fitullln that mlgbt weal to come from theume neighborhood 1ria reasonable No GttTwo stor7fnme dwelling or six rams two ball at door and all otntr neoeaiary outbuildings Also large blackiutltb bop codO 8IId htd lull length of ihop and 10 feel wide Tbu property will be sold at a very low price I No tA firm ol 123 acm four mile hot RUn I lord on bat In the county well watered fenclBggnod dwelling fronU pike ell nrcrwarv outbuildings A aplendld blue graaa farm and only W minutes drlvefrom county scab Owner of tine Urtn adjoining this her recently refused f U ner acre oll r thla at KTM No M Flay ecru near Ileaaant Point Ky Frame bota5rooms and porch lUrn and other outbuildings 5arrrln cultivation real In tim bet Well watered iou yards from poatoffic acbool munity anti rclfrlaUonplke and In cow No 1lioUM and lot In Stanford porch in the rear gad garden good neighborhood close to churches std school loud lotsmall faro Ity 1rlcaSSJO No t IIouioand lot In Stanford louse con alns live room nod sable and 5 acre or laud well fenced On of prittlcat building Iota In town room enough In front for two other cottages or a 2 front be built to the collage and be mail a beautiful home Will lsold cbapu the owner musl have mousy NoU Dwelllniofalx rooms hall and porch necccaaary wUtbulldlnga and garden Alto urge two story store room 25x60 test lower room supplied with count ahelfca etc Water In dwelling sod storeroom also cistern and well on place Small lot hack of tore One mile from Httntord Ilulldlnca In goal repair and dwelling originally cost 1180- 0andstore Over 51200 Will Mil both for two or will rent or all separately No IS 23oacrefarmt mile of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelllnla mums to tenant houses two barns near dwelling titan In high date ol culllTatlon 150 sere river bottom land good fencing fruit etc Price I37M sn sere NoW Twoilory seven room frame dwelling veranda etc One story storeroom 20x00 two blacksmIth iliopa tenant house stable crib and war hones Every building new and fencing In Hneahape Allot the property la In Iliulonillle Ky ant vs will sell It aa a whole or all each place Well at each stable slid cittern at house for prices adJieni the aboTO named ace retarvNo 72A tplenilld welt or Kooili for sale Thla It the last bu oas hand and the nicest and most carefully selected stock ol good In Central Ken tucky A tplendld trade In Lincoln and adjoining counties sell this for cod and carriage sad iryouwanttogolnbutlnua you cannot Cud a nicer batter or Utter trade In tp1 particular line outride of the fillet Imrroytjts6aaast of land on Janotown road south of Dunnvlllc 100 acres In cultivation bout5 acres In limber and rut In grass A large new frame dwell ing also an oU dwelling on place A new barn and two old It well watered and the fencing It good Onpublic rod Price f1000 No 70 Four acres of land cola nice one story six room treble dwelling In McKinney Ky water works In kitchen and room Uood barn Officers J 8 HOOKER Prest BrT HABRIII V Ires J J MCKOilKUTS Ohr W U WKAUENAnt Ohr Directors t V Reid Danville I B T Harris Stanford J B Hooker Stanord K L Tanner M n Elmore Stanford B II Ilauchman Stanford T P11111 Stanford JM Robinson Hubble J II llaucbmao Stanford J M tettas Stanford Ed Outer Stanford Jof l CAPITAL 980000 Officers B H SHANKS President J B OVTBLRY Cashier w it nntoiir AMI Cashier sod alt nemury MtbulMlita liars well fenced and la good repair llouw also a test V00 red It ruttay DIn weoniy ask flM foe the whets property lCo 56Firm ot Its acres In Cory roncl Tye story fist sulal two taro sad oltuw teeoland10111 KainflSaem la Casey renal A olddwellingInlairbu On aunt rod JarIdnWhoms StanlordQ I In pasture 1 good onharda and real la timber Twe Small cotUgM good barn and ontbolMiop wt4 be1oogbtatyearIta sal must bsve money f e wsbergDwellingand Udl la 1ItoOtilily seas la etalapsebool eta Yrta only 1003 IthHPtramIasibeerInghs94o6Ten and enehalf acrtt of land eke two byp10 Uam and HjtktlllHn shop 1111 e linn terthisWell heuc a ry it alit tars = rte Large stock of general nerchandK e AH of this property It In alaNrralnNo 40 Farm ot 1N sane near Il edhud NIce sodfeneinginwcllwalerrd Will tell for tl 100 or exchange for countyNo f dwelling 7 roomt hall lapodNo 60l1li or IN era eltnaini ear Klngt umbwrsto lRUeIschool potUifflc and CHu depot Propertv IIN on pike and county road and la th most dralraUe tarmlorlaultparebaMr Tbl It certainly cheap property inStanfordla one of the most desirable houses In town IYlcvreasonable No 21 Dwelling oft ronat with 20 sere land outbulldlaCt2llrVttrrlf lmmdlstpaodonlrlceg700 for Wc Improvaoealwell pertlculanChang d Title Co WoflburcKbyneverHtKIonl1 earterwa P No 7329 acres of good land ilx room two IelbbomeIrlre i olandAc All buljdlnp and fencing In good repair a lrlce 1100 cottagMeo 1 mgguallwoatablestbuggy onthedllnIIIIcul8 or Iwo It No l1Oncerre or land sod aplendld dwelling outbuildings12 liaut celling roTered with mtltl All of this property end fencing In good repair It U on pike In good neighborhood sad worthfl200Alto arodlock ot general mnballdll wnlch we AInudwellingfour hlJleidJ1lbD half tulle lrom turnpike WeoUer thla place for only fW per aria No J6 Frame hotel large room double Yuan IorroomIronllDfpapered and painted 4 ram and veranda each A large bun on came lot used at livery tttbli Good zoofeetmooIoptletormonth On account of 111 health of hit wir only uelinllforNo41110arreanearJumbo 500 acres In cult plIlYofthemorthantlitriJIDll gadnelghburhoo0figures t