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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALI I VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH x19048 A M NO1ILotter From Tho Far West t UOOD Riven OUEQON Feb 25H you wilt iparo a small space In tho I I J I will answer many lettcnol Inquiry I In regard to this part of the northwest whlch I diva received from my frIend and neighbors In Lincoln and Casey This Hood liver valley li In the Gas cade Range and surrounded by nigh s mountains Thirty miles south of ut I s 1 Mt Rood which Is 11025 lent ftboro Y the tea Iev6l and which It covered t with Ico and snow all the year Forty miles north of here li Mt Adam which li 122U feet above the tea level The ice and snow partly matte off through the summer months and several largo mountain streams From these streams water U used for Irriga ting the crops In the valley It never rains In summer hero tbli valley U confined chiefly to fruit growing such ai applet peaches pearl prunes strawberries etc Although considered la IU Infancy at present there art about 1203 acre now bearing strawberries which yield 200 crates per acre and upon an average brings 1225 per crate which ends a market In the Baitern cities Derrlei also are shipped to Canada and Alaska The apple grown In this valley are of an extra quality and tell at 12 per bushel They are largely told to Eastern buyer and qolto a lot are told abroad The climate It quite pleasant Tile innwfall lomotlme Is heavy although It only laps on tbo ground a very short time u wo got a sea breeu that will melt 21 Inches cf snow In one day I left Klngvllloontbe27lhof April 1901 s and have worked mostly on a strawberry ranch at 12 per day that being the average price paid for labor on the farm hero Men gal 210 to f3 per day for timber and mill work This part of Oregon U mostly settled with from the Bait There U a large frleodII100e In Kentucky CllARLlB DART LANDSTOCKCROPSRTC9 t On the Chicago Bxohango the price l of wheat dropped ile Saturday FOR SALE Two extra nloe buggy f NareIReotle T J nillStaoford boar 18 rannib old and 1Derkblro for tale C Vanoy I I Quo Dicks cutting box and horse power for sale sheep 0 T Dobon Huitoovllle Ky Smoaie Bro told to G P Tato of Mootloelltf oce extra One pair of mare mules for f116 narrodsburg Herald Chas Lute bought In the lad of Lincoln and In Casey a carload of hogs at 31 to lo He also bought tome I butcber stuff at 30 have for tale a pair of good 16hand draft horses wellbroken sound and all right Will sell county court day at Stanford If not disposed of before Wm Coy Moroland At tbo Vanderbilt tale of Berkshire hogs which occured at Blltmore C7 doss brought an average of 117770 The highest price was 1500 which wasf paid for a sow The aggregate of sales was nearly 115000 AE Hundley of tho Logan Hurst i Farm six miles from Stanford on the Danville pike will have the groat show horse Kentucky Artist at his farm this season end every man In Lincoln and adjoining counties who has good mars should take advantage l ol the great opportunity and breed to- hlniBe lot Is tbo greatest blue ribbon winner Kentucky has ever produced Ho has taken more blue ties under sad die and In combined rings than anv etalllon In Kentucky and has defeated all the great show stallions luch al- f the great Montgomery Chief Preston and all the best In tbo U S See him before you breed or book your mares Hundleys great thoroughbred Stallion Imp Ituskln has his book full and over flowingc3003 ROUND Tim Via Queen L Crescent Route from Cincinnati Juno t tine City and Intermediate polnta to all points In Texas east of San Antonia Houston Fort Worth Galveston Ama rllla Quanah Vornon Brownwood Brady Rockport San Angolo Waco Corpus Christi Alice Kerrvlllo and appoints In Indian and Oklahoma Ter I ritories Tickets on sale March 1 and 15 good 21 days Stopping privileges 4 For Information address G E Clarke at T P A Lexington Ky or W C Rlneareon G P A Cincinnati O Best Remedy for Constipation The finest remedy for constipation I over used la Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Bays Mr Ell Butler of FranUvllle N Y They act gently and without any unpleasant effect and leave the bowels In a rfcctly natural con dlllon Sold by W N Craig e r Judge Tho complaint against you Is b that you deserted your wife m Prisoner I aint a deserter Judge Im a refugee Look at thepo welts on head and this black eye r rrmy A tk1 ao CHURCH MATTERS Kid Joseph Ballou preached at tbo Christian church at Mt Vernon Sun day Uov O W Eldridge of iodises po lis superintendent of the Christian and Missionary Alliance for Indiana Michigan Missouri and Western Ken lucky will visit Stanford and bold some meetings In the Presbyterian church beginning Wednesday evening Mars h 0 at 730 end continuing Thursday wad Friday at 10A M and 230 and 730 1 et Many will remember Mr drldgo and will be glad to see him back again Everybody welcomes The Christian Church or Disciples of Christ number 1220831 a net gain of 31464 during the past year The churches number 10083 or a gain over ono year ego of 120 The ministers number 0607 In a comparatively few year this church has come to be one of the largest religious bodies of thecoun try nor Is that all Last year this peo pie reboil 1031003 for missions 1339 000 for education for new church build Ings 1576000 for literature 1316000 lor Incidental church expanses 1915 000 for support of the ministers of the church 11270000 or a gracd total for all purposes of 17135006 These a Interesting OgureIThe Society of the Christian church which does work In foreign lands only was not organized until 1S76 Since that time It has raised and expended 12032 833 It dove work In Japan China In dia Africa Turkey England Norwa Sweden Denmark Cuba BawallPbll Ipplno Islands and Tibet The receipts last year were 1210003 An effort I 1 being made with bright prospects of sooecess to raise a quarter of a million dollar this year Tbo number of mis sionary worker employed by this society is 407 Last year 42 schools war supported In foreign lands with an at tendance of about 2000 and 16 hoop tale and dispensaries wore conducts by 11 medical missionaries and nearly 70000 patients were treated The num ber gathered Into tbo Sunday school Is about 7000 Last year the converts on the mission fields In the foreign lands raised nearly 130000 for the work The time for the offering In all th Christian oburohe for this great and Important work II the first Sunday In March That Is always a great day with those people It Is a day to which tbo members look forward with great expectancy and Joy The congrega tion In this community Is making prep arations to join with Its sister churches throughout tbe world In one of th largest offerings which has been made to foreign missions Mr Hagln car nestly requests ivory member to come next Sunday and bring an offering to aid the greatest work which the oburo i Is privileged to do LIBERTY W E Raines la doing a capital bust ness In the spoke trade at present Our lassies are beginning to sing Sweet old Spring time So are the rogs Congressman Hunter was In these parts Saturday looking after hU political fences J D Belden Esq held a special term of Justices court leer Tuesday for the trial Of cases continued from tbe February term Hon J H Craddock of Nashville was here on business last Monday and course came on Sunday to see his best girl who lives hero Mr Gadborry of Danville has rented property hors and wilt move ibis week and embark In the mercantile business at Grit Browns old steed The Methodists here have at last sue eroded In raising funds to remove the old debt on Its church property which Insures Its completion In the near fuI ture The Infant of Jailor Drown barely elIaped being choked to death Sunday by a plane of pencil which It bad In ILl mouth Dr I S Wesley was called and succeeded In relieving It Lucien Young has rented the Green River Telephone Lloo from T J BellI and will at once repair the line turbot tcrtervlco Miss Lou King will be the Hello Girl at the oxebaDleIRichard B Young Friday whore ho solace business P W Whlpp attended the Masonic Lodgo Hustonvlllo last Tuesday night Hon Chas Montgomery returned Monday from a trip to Lexington and Frank fort Capt Ed Polly our representa clue le confined to his home at Dunn villa with grip Hoary Thomas visited Stanford last Monday end while there spoof quite a while In tbo INTERIOR JOURNAL ofllco learning some of BrO Walton a tricks O H Portman was at Junoc tlon City Monday W R Thompson lets for Jelllco Monday where he will largoillingW G Cram one of the wealthiest citizens of Great county Is dead f U NEWS NOTES Charles E Sears a veteran news pa per man of Louisville Is dead Prince Henry the youngest son of Prince Henry of Prussia is dead All grades of relined sugar have boon advanced five cents a hundred pounds John H Qavlgbost former United States district court clerk at Perry 0 T Is dead Four trainmen were killed by a wreck on the Iron Mountain railroad near Slkcston Mo- a There were 08 deaths In Louisville loaf week 10 of which were carried oft by pneumonia Coal and coke uhlgment In the Pitts burgjllstrlct are being seriously offer ed by the car lamina Three of four man killed In a wreck on tbo Chicago Greet Western railroad were burned to a crisp Ono men was killed and soother was seriously Injured by afalllng wall t n the burned district of Baltimore John Temple Grayson a prominent mining engineer of Portland Ore dropped dead In a Cincinnati hotel Ad Coop used about 60 shot and killed his soninlaw Jamie Roach on Sulphur Creek Cumberland county roAs the result of a brisk wall collaps ing In Cincinnati one child was killed- y Instantly and five others were seriously Injured In an affray in a Baltimore end Ohl dining car at Garrett Ind Thomas Wade shot and mortally wounded J Gibbon thje s burned to death In a Ore which destroy cd the theater Tho bill appropriating 176000 for ex tensions at tbo Hopkloivillo Insane Asylum was passed by the Senate with out opposition IILlewellyn Sharp Jr shot and killed Gregg Hopper and Edward Weight a Negro near Athens having cough them stealing corn Mrs C B Fountain and her mother din A Hogue of Valley Junction la were crushed to death at the Statehouse In Des Moines Miss Rebecca Thomas daughter of a wealthy Warren county farmer com- B milted suicide by swallowing a whole pound of Paris green The Presidents yacht Mayfloweri with Admiral Dewey and the General Naval Board bat arrived at Guantan amo for the winter maneuvers James Warden aged 102 years sup posed to bo tbe oldest expounder of Methodism In the world is dead In Bate tlmoro Md county almsbouse Macboo Dlllor B Graft anti Loronr convicted In the postal conspiracy cases were sentenced to two years Im prlsonment and fines of 110000 each A scaffold In the dome of the now postoQlce building at Chicago sudden Ir collapsed carrying 15 men to tbe first floor of the building killing them all Tbe worlds record with 18Inch quo s has been broken by the gunners of tbo battleship Wisconsin who made oleo bullseye out of 10 shots fired Inside of 10 minutes Henry L Schwartz a lawyer was shot and killed at Buffalo by H A Knowles who committed suicide whet about to be arrested The men had disagreed on money matters George S Bralnnrd president of the Farmers and Merchants Bankof Mont OveIyears posits after he knew his bank was In solvent The bodies of Arthur W Prcsol and wife of Huntington Ind were found In a Chicago hotel The man had been shot and the woman bad taken poison Apparently they had committed suicide by agreement A jury in tbo Jefferson criminal court pave the Negro Possum Fletcher tbe death penalty for tae murder of young Robert Dalton Bur dine It was tbo fourth death sentence within four weeks Sheriff Ed Callahan of Brcatbltt county gave bond at Cynthiana to an savor to the Indictment charging him with subornation of perjury A jury was secured In tbo case of Jasper King who is to bo tried on the charge of perjury Mrs Abrella Marcum widow of James B Maroum has filed a suit for 1100000 damages at Winchester against James and Alex Hargls Ed Callahan and B F French whom she charges with conspiring with Curt Jolt and Tom White for the murder of her hue land A Favorite Remedy For Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough RemedyJ favorlto with the mothers children It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other serious consequences It not only cures croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent tho attack toi sale by W N Craig 3Eti t IA DOINGS AT FRANKFORT FRANKFORT KY Feb 20The are but little more than two weeks the legislative session loft and the bus lest period of the 60 days Is now being experienced Two sessions are hold each day by both Houses aud Includ lag the time devoted to commltt meetings the Legislator Is kept co stantly engaged from early morning until Hand 12 oclock at night In both branches something over 8 bills have been introduced sit tbe number probably 300 have been report cd from tbe committees add not are 100 have been disposed of So not mar than oneseventh of tbe bills Introduc ed will over be brought up for consid eration Every mac has some pet meat urn be desires to railroad through In the brief time yet remaining and as a consequence Fraokfort Is assuming a lively air The poultry Industry was recognized by the Senate in the passage of a bill making it a felony to steal as mush asI 12 worth of chickens This measure will likely pats the House One of the most interesting question that has been discussed during the leI sion was along tbo pure food line Tbe superintendent of the experimental flea at Lexington made a report of his work In enforcing the pure food laws and exhibited samples of adulterated- o food which he had seized for analysis Preserves and soda water preparations hare the most viciously adulterated A Northern manufacturer placed on tbe Kentucky market strawberry preserves composed as shown by the analysis of glucose flavoring coloring and clover seed The goods sold at a high price althoug the cost of manufacture was very smell as compared to the genuine The manufacturer was seed and compelled to label his goods correctly an since that time the preserve compounc can be purchased at half tbe original figure Some miller have been grind log corn cob and selling the same for bran Much time baa been spent In coosld acing a change of the laws governing primary elections A ball to limit tbe time of holding primaries from Sep tember to September preceding the November of the general election will pass almost unanimously and the same bill will prohibit any candidate from acting as political committeeman dur log his candidacy There was a strong element favoring the section In the measure prohibiting any official whcth er municipal State or United States from acting on committees butthe sec tion was voted down alter much discus oleo Although tbe Hargls end Redwlne bill Is killed both of them are still here working for the proposed new clr cult composed of Floyd Knott and Ma goffln which passed the Senate 21 to 0 and will likely peas the House Quite sentiment developed against the creation of the county of Thorn from parts of Whllley Pulaskl an Wayne but It also passed the Senate Tho cause of the opposition was based on the section being poor and unable to support a county seat and officials or as one representative expressed it an other pauper county would bo thrown on the State Another bill of more Importance that appears upon Its taco Is the vagrancy bill making more stringent tbo law against vagrancy Under this bill the officers of the law will be able to break uP the loafing of Idle Negroes and whites about depots and other public places which Idle gatherings so often result in crimes I succeeded in pass log this bill after the House bad really defeated It by falling to give It a con stltutlonal majority It will undoubt edly pass the Senate J M ALVERSON MATRIMONIAL R M Tate of Somerset and Mlss Rena Parrot of Jackson county ware married leaf week Grubbetwas Watson a handsome widow Mayor August Helmbold of New port and Mrs BaD cba BIshoff a handsome actress of Coylngton aro to marriedMiss la Henry daughter of Mr and Mrs S B Henry of Lancas ter was married at Little Rock Ark to Dr Elmoro Rowland Mr Green Bryant of Corbin and Miss Mae Coffey daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee Coffey of near Wlldle were married Wednesday at tho homo of the bride says the Mt Vernon Signal Misses Llzzto Wyrlck and Emma Wyrlok sisters eloped with Ed Mc Williams and Lapsley Galloway from Mlddlesboro to Cumberland Gap where they were married All are said to be under 20 If troubled with weak digestion belching or sour stomach uso Chamber 1yoW N Craig t t Th 04r aCi P Aofr anKThenew Spring Shapes i qualityeno equal at the price 300 sataasss g I T D MILLER Danville KBs THE GLOBE t x- jtT I FARMERS WK HAVE A GOOD STOCK OF Northern White Seed Oats and Tim 1 Topa1Grass l Our profits on tho 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 esaaess L HigginsMKinneySTANFORD 11 FACTORY IN STANFORD Do you know there is a factory in Stanford that can turn out r yearCall 3 they arc the best thing made in the way of a filter We have hun asdto Roofing and Guttering Plumbing Furnace work or anything else that comes in the line of Tinning or Plumbing Pumps of all kinds Call up No 116 iS H ALDRIDGEDepot Street Stanford Ky While Pine and Tar We guarantee it because we have have sold it for years and knoW from experience that it is good Money back if not satisfied Price 25 cents Pennys Drug Store9 f Ky 1 Start in the New Year Right By Trading With W B McRoherts Stanford DRUGGIST STANFORD 4 lHEINTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON s THOMAS D NEWLAND SR li a candidate for Shtrlfl of Lincoln county lubJeet- to tee action of the democratic party GEO W DE BORD Is a einaUate for Sheriff of Lincoln county tubjtct lo the action of the democratic party il fTJEFF HILL SR It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county tubjtct to the action Of the democratic party C LYNN JJESSEa or 0 Lincoln county subject to 1M action of the democratic party DINK FARMER 1a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES c HAYS- I candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the Iwocratlc party WI HERRIN lea candidate for J ller tubjec t oth active of U- eocratic patty SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject t to On action of the democratic party PRUITTj Schools the demo I cratic party MISS KATE BOGLE faa candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Uncoln county subject to action of the demo craOcparty HON D L MOORE let CoBfems In tntol Mercer county Is a Candida Eighth dlttrict to succeed Hon G G Gilbert subI fact portbwnion t- teaDtmocratk party Your RC WARRENIof the Lincoln County court It a candidate for Judge subject to the action of the democratic partyI THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Is 31 years old today older perhaps than the maI jority of the people of Stanford March 1 1873 It began its existence and not an Issue bas been missed since save perhaps a half dozen or less dur log the 31 Holidays that have come and gone in that long period of time Twentytwo of the 31 years the paper has been teaued semiweakly making nearly 3000 editions during Us existence The amount of copy used in get ting out 3000 Issues could hardly be packed In Stanfords court house and the work of preparing It can not well be imagined by the uninitiated The t expense Incurred In getting the paper out 3000 times aggregates an amount j that would stagger the average coun thanks toa liberal try newspaper man but patronage the INTERIOR JOURNAL t bas never failed to meet its financial obligations and In banking parlance It can declare a good dividend any day It- t the week and carry a snug sum to the 4 surplus fund The present editor claims i ao credit for making the INTERIOR JOURNAL what It Is although he feels that he has labored faithfully for Its furtherance during the 22 years he has been associated with It The master hand of his brother Mr W P Walton now editor of the Lexington Morning Democrat transformed the paper from struggling weakly weekly Intoapow er in the land and if he who now guides its destiny can keep the high standard set by him be will not feel that his labors have been in vain Al ways grateful for favors and thankful for business the I J solicits a contin uance of both and the writer promises to do all In bis power to make the par per worthy of public support and fully worth rte subscription price of II per year Believing as bedoesthattbe read ersof a local paper prefer news In Itlcon densed form he would not if he could fill its columns with flowery written ar tidies and as newspaper men say hea vy weight editorials In fine be bad rather have a column of good crisp lo cals than a page of editorials written by a syndicate pennyaliner whose copy can be bought cheaper than plate matter POLITICAL The Senate passed the Agricultu ral and the Legislative Executive and Judicial appropriation bills The KgntuekySenate Veiled th b111 lo repeal the law prohibiting the rebating of life Insurance premiums The naval and army appropriation bills will be taken up by the Senate this week and will bedebatedatlength f The president signed the proolama tion putting into effect the treaty with Panama regarding the isthmian canal The Lower House of the Mississippi tLeglelature voted down a resolution to ij Bryan to address the Leg lelatureiA democratic convention to nominate j Hicandldate for Congress in the Sixth district has been called to meet April 27 in Newport At a bearing beloro a subcommittee of the Ways and Means Committee of the House Kentucky and Tennessee representatives advocated the bills in troduced for the repeal of the tax on loaf tobacco Gov Beckhatn signed the bill In creasfog the salary of tfce State Libra I run from 11000 to i00 annually and l talsoextending the term from two to f four years Miss Pauline Hardln will be reelected to the position shortly r t pi President Roosevelt has decided tr appoint Benjamin M Harrod or New Orleans a member of the Isthmlat Commission thus completing his seleo None PreI Klmball and Senators J Campbell Cantrill and S E Dehaven want- to succeed Congressman Trimble 01 the Seventh district- SenatorCampbollof Paducab sprung a surprise by Introducing anothet school book bill The bill proposes tc amend the Cantrill law by abolishing the county board system and substitut tog therefor a State board composed ol the presidents of State College and Kentucky University the governor attorney general and secretary of State Representative Alvoreonof Lincoln has done good work In securing the passage by the House of his Vagrancy Bill If it holds In check the noisy demonstrations of the Negro excursion crowde to the small towns there should be many a massmeeting of the good citizens thereof to resolute in praise of the young statesman from Lincoln Editorial InlLoulsvllle Times- LANCASTER Mr E L Woods sold his farm of 100 acres near Paint Lick to Mao Lamb for 6250 A J Hayden sold to John Wagers a farm of 180 acres at 100 A good use to which the abundance of water might be applied Is to turn it on the streets and wash off the dirt The laying of the pipes through the town has brought about this dirty con dition The democratic County committee was held Monday and although all can ildates were present no step was taken is to the time of making nominations Another meeting will be called later and It Is hoped they can decide as to the time of holding the election Marriage licenses have been issued this week to Moses Humphrey and Miss Lula Murphy both of this county Chas Scott and Miss Ethyl Boyle were married at the residence of Rev F M Under They are both popular young people of this city Rev Tinder also officiated in the wedding of Mr Thomas Bouroe and Miss Ethyl Blanks They are both from Lincoln county Mr R H Batsona marriage to Miss Alberta Hilton of Brodhead at Lex igton Thursday was a great surprise to their wide circle of friends through out Central Kentucky Rev F M Tinder accompanied Mr Bateon to Lex ington and performed the ceremony at the Phoenix Hotel They left Im mediately for Indian Territory and cities throughout the Southwest They will return about the last of March and receive the congratulations of a host of friends Miss Ethyl West Is the guest of Mies Lucy Kerr of Lexington Miss Gusste Kennedy of Lexington is the guests her sister Mrs Banks Hudson Mind Mr Alex West have as their guoat their daughter Mrs Chas Ded man of Nlcbolasville Judge R A Burnslde has been visiting his family for a few days Misses Daisy Collier and Fannie Jennings have been the guests of Miss Anne Hill Miss Lizzie Hudson has returned from a visit to Use Hugnes of Nlcholaavllle and Misses Cotton of Danville Miss Vic let Prestoo has returned to her home In Louisville after a visit to Misses Alma and Mary Lear Miss Mattle Mae Robinson has been the guest of Miss Cyrena Dunn of Danville Mr J T MoRoberts of Covlngton and Mrs Joshua Dunn of Rockcastle coup ty are the guests of Mr and Mrs R E McRoberta Miss Marietta Crowe of Louisville is the guest of friends and relatives in this county Mrs Louis Land ram was given a surprise party Tuesday evening by her maul friend HERE AND THERE May wheat fell toll in Chicago yes terday Jere Baxter one of Nashville pro gresslve citizens Is dead George Richardson of Ackley la ate 61 egg at one sitting- MeedamesMary DIshon end Bluford Estes died of measles at Eubanks Near Dayton Tenn John Horton was shot and Instantly killed by Henry Smith The teamer Queen bound from Sat FfabelsCO to Victoria took Lira at set and 14 lives were lost Fire destroyed the State Capitol building at Madison Wls causing a loss estimated at tSOOOOO Howard T Coat a wellfthown re tired contractor was Ifound dead by the side of his wifes grave in Louts ville An alleged meddling evangelist named Bldewell was treated to a coat ol tar and feathers at Dillon Mont and ordered to leave town Although a diligent search by members of the family and friends contin ues nothing has been heard of Guj Deane the Owensboro coaloperator who disappeared 10 days ago William S Daniel correspondent ol the St Louis Republic was found dead In his room at Washington Gas was seeping from a hole in a pipe in the room and Daniels had been dead for some time when his body was discover ed I TUB Jessamine Journal prints a pic Lure and complimentary mention 01 Hon J M Alverson of this conBty for which the gentlemans friends an duly thankful 1 ++++d ++++++ f1 H ++ i + H +++i++++++ M ++ ti4i + F+ M + H+ t1111 +++++++ +++ l r +4- I i EXTRAORDINARY EMBROIDERY SALE l We have just received the largest EMBROIDERY purchase ever made by a Stan ford firmmore than 1OOOO YARDS in this lot Our New York buyer picked up this Ilarge lot at less than half price Our instructions are to close them out at only a sll1allrprofit therefore you may look for the grandest bargains ever put before you Come early The patterns are all new and exclusive designs everything in the Embroidery line included from the narrow dainty patterns to the 15 inches wide Sale starts IJ11 WedInesday morning March 2nd t 7J I i zsao ery I to match 5 inches wide I worth lOco to 12c for 5c per yard 11500 LOT Fine Em and to match worth I 12c to 15c per yard your I choice 7 l2c per yard I hoolOT jYEdge Inserting NO2- Yards broidery Edge Inserting NO 3 Extra Fino Edge and inserting to match I would be cheap at 25c our price 14c per yard h IIK IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIESI Miss Lucy Bates Danville Robert J Smith and Mr I M Jones are dead at Somerset M W DeBord aged 76 ii dead at Level Green Rockcastle county The home of Charles Martin at Wll llameburg was mysteriously burned John Wesley formerly of Casey has bought an Interest In OBryan Broa store at Danville- William Magofllo son of E D Ma gofllojof Harrodsburg died at Wick enberg Ariz last week Perry the nine yearold eon of Rev H C Brooks who lives on the Ten nessee side near Middlesboro was killed by a falling tree There are now confined In the Bell county jail awaiting trial at the May term 30 prisoners and of these 24 are under Indictment for murder The General store of Ramsey 4 NorBeet at Bart on Cum berland river was destroyed by fire Love 3500 with no Insurance Wm Cornett of the Lowell section of Garrard is dead of the Infirmities of old age havlnJ reached his 85th year The were Interred at Old Paint Lick Cenetery Tbe pest house has been abolished the last patient dismissed and the scare which for the past few months has greatly affected and dulled business Is now a thing of the past says the Rich mood Register Tho controller of the currency has approved the of E S Moss J B White R M Jackson H O Thompson Wm Golding and W L Moore to organize the First National Bank of Willlamsburg with 25000 capitalMrs Lois Nelson Gover the wife of Mr Cyrus Gover of this city died at her home on North First street at eleht oclock after a lingering Illness Though she had been sick for several months her death came very suddenly and as a shock Danville News been running Just outside of the cor porate limits The citizens raised ltd and bought out the dealer with the understanding that he would quit bust news The whisky was taken and dumped into Elk Spring creek says a dispatch from there Quite a sensation was created here says a London dispatch by the a ret of Rev lucky a minister who came to evangelize the mountain The charge against Rev Hlcky la adultery his name being dnnected with a young woman of this county He was lodged In jail here where he remained several hours Until bond was tarnished by some of bis fat lowers tt FOR SALEI About 10000 mill cull Redixnd White Oak lumber at J M Watt d Gos Mill about 10 mules from Stanford near the Somerset turnpike will take 1300 per thousand feet HIattrt lame IJIIOotuBK OiabOrclard Ky t a er1sVaeji r Lot No Beautiful Em broidery Inserting to match well per yard widths up to 10 inches your choice OWSIBY BLOCK WATCH OUR ADS GRAND M B Lay O Co S B IIIIII merchandise application sanctlflcatlon prominent A S PRICE Aurgeon Dentist Stanford Ky 4IYards Edge and worth 18c Levy R Bs Muhony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In counties of Boyle Ijncoln and Casey who may be seeking In surance against Kite Lightning and Tornado None but the and best OldLino Com represented and the lowest possible rates are guaranteed Phone b- 2Stanford Kontucky I M DEUCE B D CARTKlt BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Stable I Depot Street STANTOIID KY m Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pena In Connection POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tree pasting on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law T A Rice Dr J O Carpenter J 11 Carter Sr W E Amon George Holmes J O Neal I W Carter Fred VonOruentgan J Nerlu Carter Fred VonAllman Fred Bauman Albert VonOrunenlgan J 1 Bpoonatnore T M Holmes H F J D Camenlsch Peter Balmer W II Johnson Mrs Mary Olvens David Stephens tames M White and wife nl Hawkins Mrs Mary E Welch y UTHIS IS Aa PrMldenllat Yeah ahujyoi must KEEP POSTED lire way teAo this Is to read the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL Henry Wattcrson Editor Twelve pages Issued every Wed nesday SI A YEAR Rvenue Reform Social Reform Moral nee form The CourierJournal issues the best Almanac published Send 3Jo for a copy by mall COURIERJOURNAL CO Louis vllle Ky By a special arrangement you can get th- eINTERIOR JOURNAL and the WEEKLY OOURIER jOURNAL both one year for only 1180 lOc i 1000 LOT NO O 4Ii Yards of tho very I l Finest patterns of Embroidery Edge and Inisorting ud to 10 inches widelvery sheer anti fine made to soil at lOc per ynrd our price 23c per nrdt fYand Edge your choiceI 35cIt I LOT NO r We include in this Halo 75 pieces of very fine Val Loco Insert patterns about onehalf price ntI J L THE GRAND II LEADER ODI 2500 LEADER 0171I I1000 tfz b ers t t t f5 Get our prices on Heat i1o1 t ers bfore you buy left from Xmas atS t fi LalllpSFew low prices gj i JOHN BRIGHT JR COri4 a I eb- rJ N 0 4 e 1N e s S4 Svjie wi J s To The Farmers If you are in need of PLOWS come in and buy The OliveriThe BEST One in the World W E Perkins C Crab Orchard Kentucky LC FIATEiS 1 v ijJEE ft ORESCENT ROIhJ J- naarohlst grid St1ilVn riaeih4 June n tiv M Ininrmedlate Icij i 1 to Sitt td fir t 1 I tlMIK 1 Lt y1111f9 J i 1 mil i f I tnIII tiot I tvf 2840Ofl- UHD011 WAY larxuF j A S TRHfto 11 r nintu rRI lIIr 1 S 5gIIJItIIUIIRittIi iium MI iiUlnni in Ti rr tnt mi l 29A4O ONE IYl v tHI T i n I JfII itTHIP JJt7J 1 r I B rlrl II IrN 11 e ivlD 11 tItIhJ Ia1Idtlu ROUIID TRIPItIII Ltt r 1X14 SItIIII rtlWM Itrbau u on UOI1 CEO E CLAUKv fr v a A A tItln ly b W C HIMR ft ON C P A C ciit v I C Ji ITS NO WOLF STORYI 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 i the present and the knowing ones say it cannot be otherwise that all goods in which cotton is used inI manufacture will be much higher We are now occupying our two roomsour old room and the one vacated by the Leader In the Aold 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 andI the prices areastonishmgly low Mr Raney is managing this department and will load you with bargains We are cutting prices on Shoes of kinds Mens Shirts Dress goods Wash goods etc There are hundreds of articles in here that are what want and the price is no barrier to the small purseI I ft Carson t IFHE INTERIOR JOURNAL i STANFORD KY MAIL 1 1001 TlII8prlngwewllhavoa full line of Mattlo a full line of Soaour Floor and Porch Paint Come In and tee our colors before you buy Penny Drug Store Stanford PERSONALS B D CARTER wa In Lexington Sat urday MRS W C SHANKS Is slightly Im provedMR J F COOK of Lexington was hero yesterday MR J M CARTER SR of the More land section I very 111 JUDGE W C BELL is a recent addl tion to the order of Elk MRS M M SWEENEY spent sometime with Danville friends JOHN 11 WONER Is now drummer for Bruce ft Carter table W T MKRRIMEB of Livingston hat a 10pound boy at his home I MRS CARRIE SHELTON I back from tiIvisit to relatives Ib Loultvllle MISS BlRDIK KlLLINS of Lexington Is visiting her mother near Boll MRS KEENS Lures of Parlt Is the guest of Mr John Lutes and family REv ORLAND BECK and wife of Madison spent Sunday with his parents hero MR NEWMAN BIRK and family of k Otroutboro are guests at Mr J W Baugbman MR J W HOLT CLAW bat returned from a protracted visit to bU brother r I tatTloga Texas MRS CLBO DROWN li In Cincinnati and Dayton getting her spring and summer millinery MISSES LORA M AND MARY E REYNOLDS of Moreland aro visiting relatlvei near Huttonvllle MRS CLAY Gooou and Mitt Alice j Dateman aro visiting at McKtnney 3 this week Somortet Journal MR L M WBSTBRMELD the clever Matter of Trains of thus division le- I greatly troubled with erysipelas MRS GRO B PKUITT of Moreland wAa on yesterday train returning from a yltlt to her brother at Plnevllle- MR GEORGE BIRK wife and baby of Madltonvllle aro guests of Mra Birk brother Mr J W Baughman 1 Mn J S GOODE hat moved to a cottage on East Mala street and Mr W r B Goodo to the house acatcd by the formery W T BECK and family are back from tho West satisfied that Kentucky It the only State In the union worth living In MR W H WUERRITT and wife of Lancaster were hero Baturday re turning from New Orleans where they spent tome time MRS JOHN H MEIER and Mitt Fro da Meier of Danville were here yet terday eo route to Lancaster to visit the fortdori parents Miss PEARL KING who went to HendoMonvllle N C some two months ago Is not the least Improved in health and Is on her way home A LITTLE son was born to Mr non f ry Holderman but the little fellow lived only a few minutes Tbo mother has been very Ill but is tome batter BORN to tbo wlfo of Z P Smith of McKinney yesterday morning a 10 pound democrat It will be four years beforo ho can celebrate his first birthday MISSES JOSEPHINE WARREN Annie I Dunn Alice Alcorn and Nannie Read the latter of Danville loft this morn 1log for Mt Airy Philadelphia for training ON Monday McCalla FltzGorald will enter upon his duties as cathlor of the I CItizens Bank The bank la to be con ratulated on scouring the services of J Mr FltEUeradLondon Democrat MRS SALLIE ANTHONY ot Dayton 0 Mrs Bottle Ferris of OregonlaO and Mrs Kate Frye of Louisville are at the bedside of their mother Mrs Rebecca Parson who Is very 111 at her home In Rowland MR JESSE C LYNN goes to Cincin April 1 to take a position with rnatl Seal Ritchie In interfere Dot and In the least but with this his race for the democratic nomination for sheriff of Lincoln county he tells us LOCALS S WITHERS FURNITURE Co for fine furniture DONT forget the embroidery tale at the Grand Leader s tt RoomSEVERAZ TCESTORES SON 10000 YARDS of embroidery In this ale Grand Leader PICTURES nod Picture Frame See Wither Furniture Co SPRING itarted In with cloudy weather I and the mercury at it HUKLLEH8 line of gold and gold Oiled watches larger than ever TUB Oarrodiburff Democrat has found out that all legal holiday tbli year come on Monday W H TRAYLOR Mart up hls distillery about March 10 when be will make 1600 or 1800 barrels of whli icyD B REYNOLDS the Q C Ore man who was truck by an engine at Moreland died of hit injuries at Lex legion where he was taken for treat meet MR J F CUMMINS bought an auto mobile while In Louisville last week and It will arrive In a few day It will be the first auto ever owned In Stanford CHARLIK JOHNSONS barber shop at Moreland was robbed of a half a dozen razor but the thief who proved to bo a little boy wai caught and the razor were secured JAMBS RAMIIO and ton David Rambo have bought the took of goods of E F Bailey ic Son at Maywood and Dr J T Morris at Saufle and will open a big store at Maywood CIRCUIT COURT Allot Friday and Saturday were taken up with the trial of Zack Stewart for killing Lot Ander son alto colored at Crab Orchard In July 1002 It was the second trial of the cato the jury hanging In Juno last No trouble was encountered In reaching a verdict this time however for In less baD 16mlnuel aftertbe Jurors bad gone to their room they returned and T A Rice the foreman read In open court We the jury find the defendant guilty and fix hie punishment at 10 year In the penitentiary The gee tlemcn who composed tbe Jury were J B Potter T A Rice W D Under wood JZ Spoonamore J S Under wood O W Leach C R Slaughter John n Woner John H Engleman C S Coffey B C Sandldgo W J MontgomeryJame charged with shooting Dt with Intent to kill Thomas Donham was flood ISO Will Craig colored was acquitted of the charge of housebreaking The kuklux cases In which some halt a doieo darkies are charged with assaulting Frank Richards are now being tried- MctonEnTSMr I M John M Me Rob erta one of Lincoln county bet and oldest citizens died at tbo home of plod Mr Robert E McRoberti at Lan caster yesterday afternoon aged 81 Ho bad been In falling health for sometime but did not keep hie bed until tome three weeks ago At hie sons request be went to Lancaster to too him and It was there that his final 111 nest came Over a half century ago he Joined the Christian church and hav tag lived an upright Christian lIfo be was not afraid to die and the final summons mutt bavobeen a sweet message to him Mr McRobort was twice married his tirtt wife being Mis Annie M Gentry BII second who was Miss MargaretElkln died some sIx years ago leaving coven children all grown They aro Mettr C C R E H J J T and O A MoRoberls and Mesdames JR Mount and James Dunn Mr MoKobert had the pleasuroof soc Ing his children become among the loading and host citizens of their respective sections and no father felt prouder of his offspring than did this good man Be set a splendid example for them and bo had reason to rejoice because of their following In his foot stops This paper had no better friend nor patron than the subject of this sketch and his occasional visits to this office wore always enjoyed He Inva riably had a good word of encourrgd moat which some boworothormade the burden of life seem lighter We re gret that his visits will bo no more A good man has gone to hit reward let those who are left behind emulate his splendid life and mako the world better as ho did for having lived In It At 1 oclock this afternoon short servi ces will be held at Mr R E McRob erts homo In Lancaster sad the body will be brought here and Interred la Buffalo Cemetery at half put three 1 FOR Matting Carpets and Rugs see Withers Furniture Co T NO old styles all new In this em broidery sale Grand Leader TUB solidsilver etc select and prices right at W H Mueller LOST a heavy black overcoat boo tweed Huttonvllle and J C Coulter near Mlddleburg Reward J V Cof fey Mllledgevllle NICK PARKS the Negro wanted for shooting Gabe Elide was arrested by K Smith chief of police of Harrods burg nd will bo brought here this morning THERE Is to be a box upper given at Fair View church Saturday night March 5 for the benefit of that church Everybody cordially Invited Admit aloe 25 cents 21lawyersall good ones and all making a antrate living No town In the State size considered has turned out more lawyers or better lawyer than tbe Capital of Lincoln REV BARNs tbo mauD tale evangelist and known from one end of the State to the other as Bro Barnes pilled through the city last night on hit way to Washington D C to make a short visit to his daughter Mist Marie Barnes Lexington Democrat T DR STEELE BAILEY wat painfully hurt In a runaway yesterday His horse became unmanageable coming down Mill street and the doctor was thrown from his buggy at the turn of Main street was reached Ho li badly bruls ed but not seriously Injured we are glad to say I A CROWDED house enjoyed the en tertainment given by the First Grade of the Graded School on Friday evening Mlsi Georgia Lewis the splendid teacher bad the little tots perfectly trained and they wont thro with their roles like veterans It was a most creditable entertainment from start to finish Knalr 0lag ton of the late Rev S H King of this county died In LoulBvIlla Saturday and the romaine were Interred In Buffalo ceme tery at 1 oclock Sunday afternoon Rev G W Mills of Huttonvllle made a short talk at the grave Mr King was a kindhearted good man and Ills death has caused much terror MOORE Mrs Alice Moore wife of Harvey Moore died at ber home near the electric light plant Saturday night of consumption aged 40 A husband and six little children survive After services at her home by Rev O M Buoy yesterday morning at 10 oolotk all that was mortal of tbe good woman was laid to rest In Buffalo cemetery I TUB Stanford JOURNAL notes the death In that city of Annp Salter the well known old colored fiddler Armp has furnished Inspiring strains for many of our older citizens and some who now frown upon tbe dance have shaken their brogans to tbo notes of Armpa fiddle He was a good old No gco and we hope bo will bo given sharp instead of a fiddlo Lancaster Record COHEN Mrs PattIe Cohen wife of Matt S Cohen tho wellknown horse man and railroad man of Lexington died at tbe private sanitarium of Dr L S McMurtry In Louisville Tbe end came from the effects of septic poison fog after an operation performed last Thursday The burial occurred yes terday afternoon at Richmond the home of her parents She was a daugh tor oJ Sheriff John Wagers of Madi son and le survived by a husband and little daughter THE PICKKTT LECTURE Mrs Geo E Plckott will lecture at the Opera House tonight on General PIckett and His Moo Her lecture will group about this hero whoso memory Is loved by every true southerner dramatic scenes end Incidents of the civil war It will be Interwoven with wit and pathos furnishing altogether the most delight ful entertainment which has been ply en In our city since the visit of our be loved Gen John B Gordon Judge M C Saufloy himself a Confederate vete ran will Introduce Mra Plckett Tick I ets on tale at W B McRoberts store Thepuplls of the Graded School add of the College will be admitted for 25o each Stanford Lecture Aseoclstlou IA s w 1 SEE Withers Furniture Co for Lace Curtain rl D WELCOME Spring Now let us have Spring weather TUB Wltbars Furniture Co shows an elegant line of Wall Paper You cant beat Mueller price on fine cut glass JOHN ehwAround tbe World In 80 Minutes has been booked for May 7 rYOU cant miss It by sending your Folding Bed order to the Withers Fur allure Co Stanford Ky REV J W HAOINS corn crib was broken open tbo other night and a bar rel or more of corn was taken I J C McCLARY Is receiving a large stock ot wagon harness plow harness buggy harness etc Call and see It WANTED Will buy old antique furniture In any condition old clock candle sticks china curios etc Will call anywhere Address card to Gene Focht Stanford Ky I II WANTED IN ILLINOIS Policemen OLeary and Canon of Springfield Ill were here Saturday en route toCa soy county In search of Samuel Skeeni and Paul Adlebart wanted at Spring field on the charge of grand larceny THERE will bono danger of an Ice famine In Stanford this year TheI Stanford Water Light Ice Co creasing its plant to a 20 ton per day capacity and this Immediate section will be liberally supplied and consider ablQtshlpplng will be done W R DENHAM whyrecently moved purchasedtays be Is ttlll a legal voter of Boyle county The other day he was accost ed by a deputy sheriff of Lincoln and summoned on a jury and he politely Informed the courts officer that ho was not a legal resident ot the county and got off after clung one or two cases similar to his own to the deputys satis faction Mr Donbam la an enterpris ing and wide awake citizen and the New Is glad to note that be ttlll bolds allegiance to Boyle county News PARKERS I HAIR BALSAM C1aead bnatinti tho bait I Roma t laiurtol w1h- I OrmyllltrCUR dlicM bait Jcd atwt Drunl FOR RENT House with six rooms and 2 acres of land for 1004 In excellent close to school church neighborhoodII Apply to Mrs A D Root Produce Wanted I We want trade and will pay you the EggtFeathenCall at- NORTHCOTT to THOMAS Stanfor- dKyAdministrators Sale II At administrator of the estate ot J II Murphy deceased I will at hit lato rest dence near towcrs Casey county Ky on WEDNE3DAYMARCH 18 1904 Publicly otter for solo the personal property belonging to the estate consisting In part of nine head of weanling mules one 2oaold mule one bay horse four year old one cow three calves six 100lb shoats tow and pigs one buggy end harness one road cart two 2borse wagons frame and bed for tame and wagon harness halfInterest Ini mower and rake some plows and farmingI tool 15 or 20 barrels of cprn Sale gin at 10 AI sharp Terms f10 and under cash In hand ex this sum a credit of six months with apprdved personal security before the property Is from promises T F MumMr Administrator NOTICEI ADMINISTRATORS SALE As administrator of Wm Newell decen ed I will on the c hacr9ot2oxoh loop at hit late residence expose at public sale and tell to the highest and best bidder all the personal effects of said decedent sub ject to tale consisting of HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE MEAT ORAIN HAY FARM ING IMPLEMENTS LIVE STOOK ETCIncluded In the sale will bo one Stallion and two Jacks The Jacks are very One animal and are valuable Salo will begin at 10 oclock a m Terms made known on day of saleB 0 NEWELL V This Feb 20th 1904 Aflmlntir IL r Leader Room 1 J The Boy at SchoolJIs Hard on His i His winter suit be much worn by now and he need a one Anything in Clothingat Cost until March 1st iI i I t from 50ci to 2OO Cheaper Than They Used to Boji ss a siCummins a McGloryIj 1Jqj i yf14e ikqetne 491 e vKjavai4ta a ai 0- i ULTRA AND uviO BROCKPORT 8 Fine FootwearfI 4 FOR LADIES asl- SI2e w a ttr Our stock is now in and we arc able to show you vreV ffI die we think the newest line of Slippers and Shoes we have ever g a ithad The styles we think arh beautiful The quality you all I is the best See them in our windows wit iiilW i1p 910 idj ewp riTerms iv Cash ffit may may Boys Nw a i HJM Roberts 1 4 8 1 1 it a A a s a y II eJI g 9ttt Jai i t 1- t COME And see this before you buy You get in this a slack or coke a or trash burner It is an Airtight Hot Blast combined Too much can not be said for a Stove like this Geo H Farris Coy Stanford Ky Crix and Panic GREAT GAMESc AT weN CRAIG Pharmacistb t i Successor to Craig k Hocker lSTANFO D KENTUCKY 04 i i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL red n the at Stanford at laalttrelb1SahecSrue5y ncS Jic1a I 1 PER YEAR T CASH d im Whsn lot sopsldssaOO will bsehsntl KNOXVILLE flIYISION 24 Train 10101 North 101 2SOam pm o 2GII oH II II South 1217 am f023II 12lIpm BOB QUIS 66749I AJOC- I will atand the above splendid Jersey bull at mv place near water at JliO 1Znadvance privileges permitted Stanford Kyj B OAMKNISOH J H BOONE ft coIsProprietorsI siI1VERYStanford Kv i I Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Alsb Dealers In I Oall on us on bepot Street 15 Goal JPertatileFor Sale a Will sell privately Will also sell a 15 horse power engine boiler All In good repair sell nt a bargain to close up business Will take part pay In lumber POWXU iSWKESKY Stanford Ky JACK SALE Is We will hold our Annual Jack Sale atvDanville on THURSDAY MARCH S 1901 Send In your entries now The sale lies to to the largest ever held In Central Kentucky FOX LOGAN DanvlIleKy QaJlITrayloftS DUL1a Uf Wtilskn Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc aawsr STANFORD KY Prompt snl polite sttentlos Nothing but the bei to drlak MaO phone cr telegraph orders receln croapt attention H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call LUTES BOONE 0 CO ftIEStatOAgOflt8 Stanford Kentucky AU persons wishing to buy or sell farms wilt do to see us We have a number of flue Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show any one to sell place- It what we have It you in our hands Office at Boonea Livery Stable Stanford Ky FEM4LE WEAKNESS MII2 Congres St 1002Ito any doctors medicine I ever used Ilufferedproltrloted havebiludiugheadache swell up and I would feel so Weak I fettdllcoaraged ofCardulfelt a change for the better within a treatmentIagonies and soon becameuuaniididregular pain Vlne of I Cardul is simply wonderful and 1 wish that all suffering women knew of its good ftZe422 LwsTreasurer Portland Economic Loam Periodical headaches tell of female weakness Wine of Cardui C euros permanently nineteen out oft every twenty cases of irregular mcnaeg hearing down pains or any weakness If you aro- disoouragodand doctors have that is tho beat reason in tho world you should try Wine of Cardui now Remember that headaches mean female weakness Secure a 81 00 bottle of Wine of Cardui today WINE CIRDUI f Ui I 4- 1 NOTICE An election for Directors for tbD Lincoln County National flank will be held at said bank ofllce on Saturday March 8th 1001 to ect dIrectors to yearJ W Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths M1c1 Fanoy EorsoShoors Wont Mlin Street 5 5 Stanford Kentucky R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Office over Hlgglns JicKinnoys Ston Telephone N 81 THE Joseph Price Infirmary open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic disease and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cub n advance weekly and monthly Profes onal bills Sue when services are rendered- nd must t paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE SWBTOSBasSSNPron JUNCTION CITY KYp S FirstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Drain and Hay For Sale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my farm of 130 acres on the Liberty pike 2J miles from Hustonvllle It Is all grass and the land 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 Rife Jr Ty one O T or call on J P Riffe Huston illa Ky LIU LII Beazley Cop Undertakers and Embalmers AUOOIUUIMIV FurnltureDlatUnpRuI8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ CMcGbM1EMBALMER And Doaloarln BABNESS SADDLJBBYO Stanford Ky GEORGE I Ne GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST nustonvllle Ky elegantlyP 0 Agency for firstclosa Laundry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so licited I L Prohibition In Texas Twenty qf tho most prominent demo crats of Texas who are opposed to In troducing the prohibition question In the coming campaign met In Houston to shape a compromise agreement on legislation for the next session The meeting was an adjournment of the one hold In Dallas two weeks previous Amendments to the present local op lion law and the enactment of high 11 coneo Is to be advocated as a compromise Secretary Ivey of the Texas Local Option Association discussing the now movement said Things are drifting rapidly towards a State campaign for prohibition the minds of the people are beginning to turn rapidly In that direction In view of the recent decisions of the supreme court which practically nullflei the 10 cal option law heretofore prohibiting the shipments of intoxicants Into local option towns O O D Lawyers Insti tute new proceedings to delay local option going Into effect In counties where It Is voted Many prohibitionists beolieve that it Is a waste of time and enPorgy to try to got justice cut of our courts and that It Is better to have A 3tate campaign and flgbt It out once for all and bo done with ItCon-I tributed by Mr A W Carpentera To The Voters of the Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of tboc Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of the democratic party As circuit judge It became my dutyto try a number of criminal cases which bare become a part of the States history and at a most critical time As udge ol the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopted to put In force the provision of the new constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to lu proper con struction Almost innumerable cases have burdened the docket of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exercise of franchises under law How well I have discharged mr duties under such trying circumstances I Is left to you to determine I will bo very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and oQlco to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMBS E CAN RILL Proper Treatment of Pneumonia Pneumonia Is too dangerou a disease for anyone to attempt to doctor himself although he may have the proper remedies at band A physician should always be called It should be borne in mind however that pneumonia always results from a cold or from an attack of the grip and by the proper ttcattntnt of these diseases a threatened attack of pneumonia may be warded oil There Is no question whatever about this as during the M years and more that Oham berlaina Cough Remedy has been used we have yet to learn of a single case of scold or attack of the grip having resulted In pneumonia when this remedy was used It la also used by physicians In the treatment of pneumonia with the best resulta Dr W J Smith of Sanders Ala who la also a druggist cays of It I have been telljng Coam J1rcecrlblDgItI use it in cases of pneumonia and have always gotten the best results Bold by W NOralr I was taken In list night II said the footpadGet asked the second No was the scornful answer Think I dont know the cops bettor than that P It was this wayIII held up a guy and took his leather and ticker away from him and first thing I knew he was talking about how dangerous my work was and how I ought to per vide fer the future and blow me If he didnt get me to sign an application for life Insurance and give him all the money I bad collected during the eve nine as the first payment on the po- llcyJudge a William Combs living near Mortons vlllo has captured In the Kentucky river cliffs In the past few months 58 of the noted weatherwise animals known as groundhogs His only aid was a dog a pick and shovel and a long piece of wire with which he poked Mr Groundhog out of his bole- S It Never Disappoints F J Williams proprietor of the Ham iRon Drug Co Hamilton Ohio says Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoca Itemcdv Is practically the only remedy he rolls for carmps diarrhoea and colic for the plain reason that it nev er disappoints For sale by W N Cialg L A divorce was granted to Countess Marie Penaloza a St Louis helreei in the circuit court of tbat city In ren derlng a decision Judge Foster commented sharply on the manner In which foreigners treat tbelr wealthy American wives s SydneySladden Louisville agent for the Pacific Mutual who married Mont day In Washington and then left on a European bridal trip Is reported short not lees than 4000 TO SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS Mr Penny Urges Them To Use Hyomei Willing To Sell It On Approval A now mud especially valuable use for Ilyomet has been discovered one that will be particularly welcomed by singers and public speakers Tho frteujeof Hyomcl breathed thro the inhaler that comes with every outfit carries healing balsams to the head and throat and strengthens the voice Mr has had several of hit customers to- peak to him In regard to the good cflects following tho use of Hyomei for this spec ial purpose and will bo glad to tell it on approval to any singer minister teacher or public speaker lie feels very sure that the use of Hyo mel for this purpose will make many new friends for the treatment If it does not give satisfaction the money paid will bo returned promptly and wllhoutqueat1on- The complete Hyomei outfit consisting f an Inhaler that can be carried In the tt or pocket a bottle of Hyomei and a medicine dropper costs only one dollar Many remarkable cures of catarrh and other troubles of the air passages have been made by Hyomei and Mr Penny to refund the money to any one who does not God It a complete cure for any catarrhal tionhle There Is no dangerous stosach drug King with Hyomei simply breathe it through the inhaler and relief comes quickly The exhibit shipments for the St Louis Worlds Fair are largely In ex cess of those at the Chicago Exposition at a similar period before the openi- ngUMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial FRAXK Manes Stanford NOTICEIIINotice Is hereby given to the owners and holders of the IINO Lincoln county 1 per cent bonds of Series A luued March 1 180010 year bond optional In live years that the Court will redeem said series of bonds at the Lincoln County National flank ot Stanford Kentucky on March 1 IllS as provided In the face ot said bonds JAS P lUiLcr J L 0 0 FOR SALEI Ten acre of land a twostory front seven room cottage ThehousoU new A did garden and orchard There II a lute milt on the place a good crusher and time darn Is In good and the natural powe- rIsgreatecononzytnrunningthemiii a splendid business Everything la good repair and has all necessaiy outbuildings The owners only reason selling II tbe- rUlb of other business as be has extensive farming Interests to look after This prop erty is on the flanging Pork about i mites from Stanford and can be bought at a bargain For further particulars address B O Thurmond Lytle Ky or L R Ilcauiw Stanford Ky E D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford Jesse W Sweeney morni Eton Livery Food and Salo StaWo Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at rcaionable rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wa SBUGA1S Proprietor Electric Lights In every room Refurnished anJ under entire New Management Bob the favorite porter meets all trains Large Weil lighted Sample Ream A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as Auotoixx j r o tho people of Lincoln County He will please you both la work and I price Write to him I First National I Bank Kyi I Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1191 then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford 1865 and again reorganized as the First National lUik of Stanford In 1B8J having had practically an uninter betterlupplied nor1MloreAccounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cer poritlons Solicited S LINCOLN OUNTY NATIONAL BANK It 1tCAPITAL STOCK 0OOOO J Directors J B Pastes J B Owsley B H Shanks W 0 Walker 000 W Carter Sttntoril okTrustcontinuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneflolal Central Kentucky I Real Estate Exchange IJ Title Company Stanfordn No MM SSTM of uolmpreTsd hint In Iro eottalr Mo 1VJ wlliw from t Wula Station a5n Iron loCala1e Will Mil at eicbanf fjr property in Lincoln feuntr- So Hraallfarm STacrts Smiles from bIas ford llottMOt ftxirjooj rooms bask porch and I- versda c toad barn and otbie bmiIdiogi la coo4 rrpilr Cut In sit seW v31 raeedl se sirs In colUrttten oa aere In fruit tree mt la ava Ilouiht at semualastoser isle U bargain sad can to MId st bargain QOM la school and sburea l rttef 11 ane Land slJolnng iid for IW 04- IU Tbta I a 1oa lnINo h11 KIM p see I U dwtUlaC1Ioara ItIa4 buIthnp In geei eonii- lion Price HUM I No S trooudiTillMf eod N ltr sad 2 I scrrsUnd Oer fatiisgwMsndcprtsg Vrortnf and esIteiMln la fur nIttIon Cheep pllre slot to toCs Will nlt a msll laU7 Ne M 4 srtee si esal sal aIrisnd ho N In IVrrrmuatr Kr oafluM Vine Cnwks irttMiUrrct be Nenh rork of KntMkf rlw foortrirsofroal irjIrHCln lekkoot tram 5k kcttasU ott Kit w Mf IfSbU I lh moulb rei sboTtcmk A rsllioail ItHirrtrM within tareC mll IC said jruprty lb coailits at oak sic tlUe rortrvt Wilt Ml er oiebssg on easy ttrai- No lA air two story sight rooms Srsme C JwtlllDg In HUolorJ lluiwbilU toad ntlar wlib eowrtU r tinlto writ la thebes re table en plate wkWi rent lee II r raoBlh TbdeWlingreotsEImSlperwonth this prop erty 11111 rood npair sod rsn IK tevbl for IIDO No UKanu 8711 accrs iplendld UIurgriM land In Lineala aI Two story 9 room su o mkltnr Il nsnthouifSbrn rocftl forever 200 bsa t ol ttoek snd all other Bevnasry outbuildings sit In goodmalr COM to chureh school ptffie I railroad In rood evUhborbood 4 W sees In culllratlon rwt in grxas cad timber sis Thli Is an dlotr home u all conveniences on plies ml iU Well watered with U ncr Iaiura C prlngieU Irlce rmsoniMs Ho CIOllaf T sore landallblD I- wflosot Stanford In mod rrpslr fencing good Terlullng well and good cellar lOot burn z1l aoiokebous At Young orchsrd and fin Tine yard tpllodkl plate to raits gittltn produce to supply th town imice 11200- N IfIO tens of land 001 mile from Somsntt Kycut InMTrn Suds rt a rn In cuU a Uon 49 acre In patturr balance In timber Iwell ing oontaibs seven rooms Large bara and all etc Mar ontbuilhngs Fcncrssnd in spten did repair Well watered lrnJlSOU No ICO sets of land In Ford CIOuIII Ku- mis mUM rrom railroad and miles from Arsanaas rIver Herenlr seieerland It ricer Lotions I S Brstclais land and In graas This land la Lot ails ftcbOllftNo farm of KM acres In Lincoln county Three rood dwellings 9 good hires lid out I buildings each tons barn etc about the eenUr I of 100 acres All on 001101 lOW J mile from Church school aol postofflre well and eel I wstered This Is a good tobscco farm and would lull two or thfte families that might want to come from the same neighborhood lrlc reasonable No C0 Twottorr frame dwelling of six room two ball v randa te welt at door sod all older neceaiarr outbuildings Also line blsckimlth bop 6OdO snd inedi lull length of shop sod 10 fft wide This property will be sold at a Terr low price No tA fsrm of 1IJ acres tour rail from Run lord on beat Ikl In the county well watered fencing rood dwelling fronts pike all neoatify A splendid blus grass farm sod only 20 mInutes dries from county real Owner of tine arm adjoining this baa recently refuted f U Mr acre We offr this st H7 50- No 55fly seres nesr Pleaaant Point Kj Frame house i rooms and porch Barn sod other outbuilding S arms In cultivation root In Umber Well watered SOU yards rom iKxtofflwKbool and church IITI well on pit soil In good com munity 1rlceSOSO No HOUM and lot In HUnforJflrs roomsbsll In the rear good gsrden good neighborhood cioestochurrhesaodscbool hood tot wall fam ily IrIc 8M No 2lfooae and lot In Stanford House eon slni lire room mood stable in J 8 sets of hum will fenced one of prettiest building lots In town room enough In front for two other cotlsgn or a- liarv front could be built to the cottage and be math a beautiful home Will be sold cheap u the owner mutt have money Nol21welllnrofsix momlbtt ant porch nccccaaary outbuildings larllen large two dory store room ttxGO feet lower room 11 led with counters shelve etc Water In dwelling and toreroolll also cistern and well on II Small in I back ofetore One mile from Hunturd IlulldlnnI ID gOllIIlr lId dwelllnq originally onut fljBOO antI nor orar 11200 Will sell both fur 1850 or will rent or sell separately No l323orirsfarm 54 mile of Crab Orchard Ky llrlck dwelling taurus two tenant houses two barn welt lint spring nest dwelling Karra In high state of culllTallon 150 acre river bottom land good fencing fruit etc I rlce 3750 sn acr- NoIS Twoilorr seven room frame dwelling reranda etc One stOry storeroom SOiCO two blacktmlth ihope tenant house stable crib and wars house Every building new anti fencing ID itnsbsie Allot the property ii In lIuloum- K and we will sell It II a whole or sell estplaie separately Well at each stable end cittern it house ror aJUiesi the abora named see rstarv No 72 A splendid stock of roods for sale Thlt It the lest business sisod and time nicet and mott areiiiIly selected stock of good In Central Ken lucky Aiplendld trade In Umoln and adjoining counties Mil this for cOst sod csrrlixe aol sfyou want toga in IIlIllnn you cannot und a nicer stock better place or better trade lu Ibm I particular line outside of the elite wellimprovd4262 acres of land on Jamestown rod south of Dunnvllle too acres In cultivation about 7 acre In timber and rntln grass A large new frame dwell hog also an oU 4elllnfon place A new barn anj two oM ones and the fencing II goal On public roaJ Price f1000 IorrIsworks In kitchen sod family room Uood barn t rOfficers jJ B HOOKER Prest S T H Aim V Irei J J MoRO ERTS Ohr W II WRAUEN lat Ohr Directors V Held Danville H T Harris Stanford 1 J 8 Hooker Stanford K L Tanner II U Klmore Stanford 8 II Stanford T P 11111 Stanford las Robinson Hubble J II Ranchman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford Ed Carter Stanford Officers 1 B U SHANKS President f J B OWSLEY Cashier W M nniotiT Asit Cashiers Ky J Isad all nertmary evlUlMla aftsod la goal reiiair tisees shone et amid t1wholeJjacan till setesin aey Iesedy Tes- eloryteaw dwllIsg Ice good ra sal other I leSseeslindLN lIfhl5ow U Cuej county A 011dwelling halIalraMe ami hrtes5l5it ttsnlordla TUn 5 14lOUlhtityOistpreeaaonrlI I taml ha taoner Wsysebugflvs4lsag I 11loollallsad011 nod rtd frlralTW KyOrssodoesbaUstorydwMlsg bens otbroutbuildlogs alaly sees In ulllrailMi Mm la llmbw trees et C liboOreharicheepNDchtattrt if Lied sad twwslMy learn iStbulIiMge 1rIcIt11 errs UnJ eke tee story seven nom uses JHSkjjt SIM twm w by w tM loop re hy to Good wars resin imi ie smote UtIsIUIMIC r roomswIsAnselkraNo FarraoflMiere near Ilradbead fife endtensIng rrroreo 4 rwo stary lrome aaellla T rorne halt and veranda UoolClrdea ftaclng and house 10Jgood repair ror sale or rent ltlce rwoooati XlalIIIla gram well wsten1 two rood harm and otber Dwslliagconjpsrayelyschool pmtof5ce and C M depot lrupesiy lies on Stermtot n 400 or la parcels of DOt leu than M acre to sultparcbawr This Is certainly cheap property No ITTo story etcbt room frame In ibistoneotihemojdtsirbihoujrejuonabl loadlaserejInNo SS Mlaneaof land In lloc4f Ue for ula ImproTemenliwellwauredde parlleulanChang Title On WajneturKy byneverfcKinneyeasytermsNo 7211 acres of rood land six roomi two story dwelling well watered good tenting It u the time oily ol Stanford close to Ii raded homulrice oiandIIlrtrtcerottagfcndoc1fOOd onthemini power which Us great economy and the dam lowtlgureorleaaelt dwmurofbuIlding new barn 20x12 new store room ZOiY snd 12 loot telling covered with metal All of thti onItengooiatock ot general rnrebDdl uleh we will tell for cut and carriage Thla la a good uutl ness stand and a good chance for some one twtl1lncfOllr Il1h1Ildtloosthan halt mil Irom turnpike We oner this 4 place fur only 130 per sera No 28 Frame hotel urge room double veran opfrontingtile torLw Ing 2 nice cottages nicely 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