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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rnit nJ fi yqaI t IF op y a Sw- ss S fH as w 1 w L SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALT VOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 4 1904 8 A M NO 2 r 1 GINSENG Since the appearance of my tint ar ticle on Rlnionc In the INTERIOR JOUR NAL I bays received a number of la quirks regarding the plaot and Ite I habll4 of growth for tbo benefit of whom ni well ae others lotereeted In I the cultivation of glcaeoir I deilre to bring toiretber ai many fact relating ss1toIII culture ai can well be crowded one short article 1Helecr a iltuattoo If convenient af natural drainage 10 Inclotlng at to prefect Intrusion and at tbo lame time iiipplylnjr tbo necenarjr ibado artificial bade being preferable an li N j li more manageable and economical space Tbe toll should be made very fertile which can be made by the lib oral ute of barnyard manure leaf mold or woodlbe and should be broken very deep at the plant delight In tot ting Itself deeply In a well loosened sell otherwise the shape of the roots will be greatly distorted Tho ground should bo broken In the spring and clean of weeds until fall when It I 1should be thrown up Into beds of say three feet In width and any desired length And the seed nr roots planted crosswise In row 12 inches apart and six Inches in the row covering seed about i of an loch deep and setting ItrooU with the bud at top of root fully deep being careful that the lower end of roots arc not turned up ward orplaced In an unnatural post Ii tion Some parties desire to start a tang garden this spring to whom I would say that the roots can not bo J Iiu planted In September October or Not vember with any certain prospect of m success at the plant puts UD each fall a r bud at top of root from whloh It devel ik oped the next years top and teed crop and If transplanted before doing 10 Itt vitality It to reduced that If It lives at all a one two three or even tour prong pi bunch may the following year have a straight or one pronged top with DO seed All roots for nurtery I a purposes mutt be sound with perfect bud Eighteen months are required for the germination of tbo teed and I unless kept In moist dirt or planted when gathered where they are to grow are worthless In conclusion let mo say that the plant Is admirably adapted to pot oul ture and on account of Itt Immense value rich foliage and beautiful cluster of red berries when ripe It very ornamen I tal Just the thing to please and de light the housewife There Is tome thing faclnating about Ginseng and any tang digger Is more delighted to find a bunch than If ho bad found lte v worth In monev OEO M STATON LAND STOCK CROPS ETC K H Beazley sold to J E Wright a hone for 1160 FOR SALE Two extra nice buggy mares gentle T J Hill Stanford I Berkshire boar 13 months old and subject to register for sale 0 Vanoy Stanford 11OneDicks cutting box and horse for sale cheap 0 T Bohon DuitODvllle Ky At a meeting of the dairymen In Bar rodsburg It was decided to raise the price of sweet milk from 20 to 26 cents per gallon ttl I am In the market for hemp and will receive It at Minor old mill and at Duncan Ware house R M West Hynttsvllle I have for sale a pair of good 10band draft horses wellbroken sound and all right Will sell county court day at Stanford If not disposed of before Vra Coy Moreland Allen P Edelcn of Burgtn was glv on a verdict by the Jefferson circuit court for 1000 against John L Wentz the wellknown horseman of Plttsburg Tbe suit grow out of a contract mado by Dr Wontz to purchase from Mr Kdoled two valuable show horses Prince Rupertfor 3000 and Vash tl1 for 31000 Under the verdict Dr Wentz Is compelled to pay 14000 the lull amount asked and take horses I 3005 ROUND TRipVia Queen Crescent Route from Cincinnati June tion City and Intermediate points to all points In Texas east of San Antonla Houston Fort Worth Galveston Ama rllla Quanab Vernon Brownwood Brady Rockport Sao Angelo Waco Corpus Christi Alice Kerrvllle and all points In Indian and Oklahoma Ter ritories Tickets on sale March 1 ands 15 good 21 days Stopping privileges For Information address G E Clorleel T P A Lexington Ky or RlnearsoD G P A Cincinnati 0 A Favorite Remedy For Babies Its pleasant taito and prompt curea have made Chamberlains Cough Remedy a favorite with the mothers of small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other er consequences l It not only cures croup but when given as soon M the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack For sae by W N- kale I r LANCASTER Marriage license was Issued this week to Bplller Lane and MUt Mattie WllllamtWllllo West one of Lancasters most talented musicians bat been In Lex ington for the past week taking lei sons on a pipe organ tie will be emI ployed by the Christian church to play for them during their service I The society event of the week was the elegant party given by Mitt Eliza I beth Anderson Friday evening at her suburban home on Danville Avenue During the evening refreshments were served and all enjoyed the hospitality of tbo charming hottest Tho work that hat been prepared by the pupils of the Graded School for the World Fair exhibit was on exhibition In Miss Alice Qenderton room Wed nesday It is to be shipped at once to its destination and will be placed In the Kentucky building by Secretary Hughes The ofilcert of the Methodist church have offered the ute of their bouee to the Cbrltttan denomination during the repair Incident to the building of a pipe organ Such Christian fellowship Is beautiful and Is an evidence of the tweet relation between the chuoh es In our town Rev Dr Pearoe continues III at his home lo Danville That be roar soon be among bit church pcopo again Is the sinter with of Lancaster friends George Palmer bat accepted a position with Simmons Hardware Coo of St Louts John Burnslde of Point Leav el has gone to St Louis to take a po sition as guard at the World Fair James 1 Hamilton has given the right of way through his plane to open a street running from the Richmond in the Buckeve pike Tbo plane was re oenlly bought bp Mr Hamilton from Dr Herring This road will run from the lot fronting on Richmond Street through the Herring farm and lormi nailog on the Buckeye road about IK miles from town This will be a great Improvement to the town a convene lenee to the people and another step In the advancement of the little oily Vm Dunlap of Stoncga Va Is the un of his mother Mrs Walter Miss Margaret Miller of Richmond has boo the guest of Miss Katie Lee Den ny MM James Dunn and children of Danville have been gnesls of Mrs It E MoRoberu Mrs John Lear has returned from Cincinnati where she has been buying her Spring millinery Mrs John Farra nat been very III but It some bettor at present Meitrt J T and G A McUoberls of Covlngton attended the burial of their father Mr John M McRobertt Mn M D Hughes will go to Louisville Saturday to visit her son R E Hughes Sam Denny has returned to ht homo at Paint Lick after several weeks stay In Danville Miss Louise Kauffman has gone to Lexington to visit friends Capt T A Elkln has returned homo after a several months stay In Atlanta Ga HIGHLAND H S Young told hit house and lot at this place to Mr Rubamy Young 1210Rev M Cook has moved to Som oreet and his ton Wash bat moved into the house vaoatod by hit father Rich Young bat moved to the Link Walla place KG Martin 1school teacher who has been living moved back to his old home on Green River Mrs C M Young and son John who have been quite low with pneumonia are both Improving slowly MratA B Young has bean quite 111 with neuralgia of the heart R G Baugh has been laid up with a bed coldMeasles have been prevalent In our vicinity for nearly two months but the family of C M Ybung takes the lead In number there being 11 cases down at one time Through the kindness and assistance of the neighbors and friends for which the writer hereby returns his moat sincere thanks the most of the family are better H P Young has been somewhat worse for the past three weeks John Cook who has been waiting on the family of C M Young returned to his bomo In Somerset Rev John Godby of Beth el Ridge was hero Monday to see his daughter Mrs O M Young Brae Godby of Joyce was here Sunday to see the family of C 5l Young Jim Reed who has been hero during tbo winter has returned to his dome In Indianapolis Mel Lizzie Walls Is at Klngsvllle waiting on her sisterinlaw Mrs Dr Acton who has the measles Best forConstipation The finest remedy for constipation I ever used is Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets says Mr Ell Butler of Frankvlllo N Y They act gently and without any unpleasant effect and leave tho bowels in a ixrfcctly natural condition Sold by W N Craig In Now York city last week there were 1707 deaths NEWS NOTES A fierce blizzard Is raging in the North and East Jasper King was acquitted of perju ry at Cynthlana Lucien little lion of James R Cook of Somerset died a few days ago All grades of refined sugar bavebeen raised another five cents on the 100 pounds Young Corbell defeated Dave Sulli van In the llth round In a 20round contest at San Francisco Tnleves attempted to steal the will of George Washington from the court house of Fairfax county Va Theodore Schraoer fatally wounded his father who had knocked his moth er down at Woodbavco L I Tbe Detroit city council has rejected an otter of 1750000 made by Andrew Carnegie for library purposes Lake Superior Is frozen over which has never been known before to the oldest Inhabitant on Its shores Senator McCreary has called a meeting of the Goebel Monument Commit sloo for Saturday at Frankfort Ono thousand men employed at the Worlds Fair have struck against ree toratlon of the summer scale of wages After eight days of hard work a jury has been secures to try Mrs Annie Op penbelmer for the murder of her child In Cincinnati Engineer George Togg was killed and Henry McKnnoy fireman and John Jones conductor were badly hurt lo a wreck at Princeton The charters of 1000 corporations Illinois nave been revoked by the eec retary of State for failure to make an nual reportas required bylaw L D Boegs and C T Vaughan members of an ofllcort posse trying to capture Fred Caperton were shot and wounded on the streets of Louisa Adalrvllle went dry 95 to 16 The cltlient held a meeting after the elec ton and raised 13 COO to prosecute those who run blind titers In town James McDonald charged with the murder of Mis0 Sarah Schaefer the icbool teaober at Bedford lad was held without ball at his examining trial A battle Is reported between moon shiners and revenue men In Knott county In which two of the lawbreakers were killed outright and one dangerously wounded Gov Beckbnm has Issued a call for a meeting of the State School Book Com mission at Frankfort this afternoon for tbo purpose of organizing and putting the new law Into effect Senator McCreary has secured the passage of a bill In the Senate reim bursing Collector James Denton of the Eighth Kentucky district for stamps in the sum of 57000 which were stol en while In transit- A London special says A verdict was returned against the sheriff of Laurel county requlrlnrhtm to return to tbo county the back railroad taxes collected by him and paid out 50 per cent of which was paid out by him on the order of the county judge of the county There has been a great deal of Interest In this case The citizens were so Indignant at the time that there was a massmeeting held In which many prominent republicans took part and the resignation of the j county judge who IB a republlcao was requested oTHE GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE Mr Penny Will Return Money If Hyomel Falls No Stomach Dosing Uyoinoi bas made to many cures of the most chronic sod drep seated cases of ca tarrh that Mr Penny considers it a spe- cIfic In licit disease Ho extends an jnvltatlon to all catarrh suCerers to call at his store and purchase a llyomol outfit with the distinct under standing that it will be absolutely free unless It effects a cure The chief reason for tho unusual success of Hyomel In tbo treatment of ca- tarrhal troubles aud other diseases of the air passages is the fact that it cures by a new principle impregnating tho air you breathe with healing and germ killing balsams On this account it roaches the seat of the disease in a way impossible lo pills drugs or other stomach doting Many of Mr Pennys customers who have suffered with catarrh since child hood have beau cured completely by this scientific remedy The complete Hyomel outfit costs fJ and consists of an inhaler that can be carried In the purse or pocket a medicine dropper and a bottlo of Ilyomei Extra bottles can bo obtained for 60c making Itn most economical remedy for the cure of catarrh Do not suffer longer with catarrhal dis orders but get a llyomcl outfit worn Mr Penny under hla guarantee to return the money if it falls You run no risk what ever If it cures the treatment is not ex veoslvo while if It falls Mr Penny will refund your money and it costs you absolutely nothing HUSTONVILLE C T Bohon sold to B C Bauehman a pair of work mules for 1242 50 M r Bohon goes to Mississippi lu 10 days prospecting Mist Maude B William leaves Sat urday for th4 Sunny South to visit her married sisters at LaGrange Ga and Roanoke Ala Mr J L Hanson wbo owns the Dr Logan farm has a lamb that weighed 24 pounds when two days old and has refuted 110 for It Miss Jessie Powell left Tuesday via Queen k Ccescent route for Salina Texas on an extended visit to her sis tcr Mrs Wm Murpby Wm Skeens who patted through bore Sunday going to Casxy county was arrested by two officer from 1111 13015 He to charged with robbing a womanVery unexpectedly Mrs Redden was called by wire to the bedside of her husband In Kansas City who was taken III Miss Margaret Carpenter accom panted her- Traveling men are again as of yore1 coming our way The register of the Weatberford Boucle showed 20 arrivals one day last week They know where to get a square meal and home com forteThe leap year hop at Alcorna Opera Rouse last Friday night was acelegant affair well attended magnificently managed and Immensely enjoyed by the hundred participants until the wee sma hours of morn We are sorry to note that Mr Ed fiiagg has bad another spoil but hope to see him up and able to enjoy the Spring sport with the finny tribe Wal lace Hall of the ofllce force of the L ft N at Corbln was at home Wednes dayD C Allen Is buying another car of hogs and cattle He has shipped carload every week this year Our farm ore are quick to catcb on to buyers that are tricky hence their prefer ence to sell to buyers raised In our midstWe are reliably Informed that a ru ral cobler In our vicinity has the fol lowing sign out Sbooes fixed here cheep Don t we need a graded school Judge Myers Is In Cincinnati this week buying goods Mrs Jennie Carpenter Is visiting her daughter Mrs Allen Burns In Denver Col Dr Ed Alcorn and daughter Miss Catharine and Miss Mello Hopper leave next week for Jacksonville Fla from there to the Crescent City for a two weeks stay before homeward bound Miss Anglo Carpenter and friends go to Louisville to bear the renowned Prima Donna Adeline Paul this week Miss Doll Cabbell has returced Iron an extended visit to friends In Lexing ton Mrs R L Willis and beautiful little daughter of Bristol Va are visiting the families of Powell and Depp Geo and John Gadberry sue cessful merchants at Phil Caeey coun ty passed through bore Tuesday en route to Oklahoma on a prospecting tour The fact that competition Is the life of trade Is evidenced by the sale of ranges by S D Yowell our grocer and hardware dealer to parties who have been thoroughly drummed by range men His sales areeomellmea two a day and his prices are just half that of his competitors This Is a now lino In our city and we are glad of Its suttees The remains of Benjamin Hawkins formerly of the West End but later of Corbin were Interred In ur cemetery Tuesday afternoon In the presence of a largo circle of friends and relatives He was highly educated and most re markable for aptness In solving the most Intricate geometrical problems Ho was 83 years ola and leaves one sis ter tire Blain the venerable mother of our postmaster who Is four years his senior The following clipped from the Dally News of Ware Mass peaks for itself Lon G Edelen ofDanvlllo Is on his semiannual visit to the J F Wood Shoe Co of this city Mr Edelen lea close student of the shoo business and la regarded as authority on the de monde of Southern trade In this lino Besides his line of Level Best school shoos be la also the originator of tbo Honest Mike boot the demand for which has grown to almost phenome nalproportionsthroughoutthe South weBtIt More Riots Disturbances of strikers are not nearly as grave as an Individual disorder of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be followed by utter collapse unless a reliable remedy ia immediately employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tonic and effective nervine and the greatest all around medicine for run down systems It dispels Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only 60o and satisfaction guaranteed by G L Penny druggslt t 33Inch Top Coat etesro S 55555 We are showing this coat as one of the smart and stylish things of the season Just what you need for Spring and for cool snmmer evenings Easy to carryon your arm and pleasant to be seen in St2 TO 355 entsataaa TsII mILLER Danville KU THE GLOBE rnr r r rrarrtv FARMERS WE nAVE A GOOD STOCK OF Northern White Seed Oats and Tim othy Seed Blue Grass and Red Top also a stock of homegrown Orcnard Grass Our profits on the above seeds are small and we are compelled to have the Spot Cash when you i get the seed Please do not ask us to ticket Field Secds f setetaa or- f HigginsMKinneySTANFORD FACTORY IN STANFORD Do you know there is a factory in Stanford that can turn out 85000 worth of HAAELDENS PATENT FILTERS per year Call and examine these tilters and you will be convinced that they are the best thing made in the way of a filter lire have hun dreds of testimonials to that effect Give me your order now eo as to catch the spring rains Roofing and Guttering Plumbing Furnace work or anything else that comes in the line of Tinning or Plumbing Pumps of nIl kinds Call up No 116 S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky I White 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 Store KyI1 1 Start in the New Year Right By Trading With r W B McRoherts Stanford JSTANFORD t HE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR li a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subJec- to ttM action of the democratic party GEO W DE BORD li a canaUatt far Sheriff of Ltncoin county subject to tile action of the democratic patty T JEFF HILL SRt li a canilUate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN ti Candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tfca action of the democratic party DINK FARMER It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to till action of the Democratic party JAMES c NAYS li candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the I aaocratlc party I WIHERRIN I U a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the I OtBocratlc party SAMUEL M OWENS U a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT Ii a candidate for Superintendent Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to th of the demo cratic party MISS KATE BOGLE It a candldatt for Superintendent of Public Schools of tlacoln County subject to action of the demo tr Bc party HON D L MOOREIt of Mtrcef Is a candidate for Conems In the Eietitn ctionoftheDemman Ncparqoursuppp- ort Jct to the Is earnestly solicited R C WARREN- Is I candidate for the Lincoln County court ofthesubject to the action democratic party A DILL has been Introduced In the Senate by Mr GalllnRer to Increase the salary of the President to 175000 Vice President to 115000 Speaker to 112000 Cabinet membere to 15000 each and Senators and Representa tives to 18000 each Whats the mat- a tel with turning over the treasury keys to the big officials and letting them help themselves It would be the quickest way of reducing the surplus THE Casey County News will be the name of the paper to be started at Liberty la the next few weeks Mr Henry Thomas who will edit It spent a few days In this office getting ac quainted with the new line of work he ts soon to begin The paper will be a seveo column folio will be published oa each Thursday and will be republl can In politics We predict success for the publication BECAUSE of the objection to the Negro postmaster of Humphreys Arkan sas county Ark who Vets etld was appointed notwithstanding the protests ot a great majority of white cltI zeal served the pottoCBce building there was dynamited and completely destroyed by unidentified persons CAPT B JrEWKN la again In the employ ot Judge James Harglsat JackI eon U Is to be hoped that be will find manual labor more lucrative than lee taring Evidently Judge Hargls Is not as bad a man as Capt Ewea pictured him In his leoturelITHE generals has done aI number of good things but the best actI of tu existence was toextend the State librarians term to tour years Increase the salary to 11200 and reelect Mies Pauline Helm Hardin to the position We stand corrected Mr W P Walton editor of the Lexington Democrat sends us word that the INTERIOR JOURNAL Is 32 years old Instead of 31 as we stated last Issue =POLITICAL Gen Charles F Dick was formally I declared U 3 Ohio to succeed Senator HanDaIThe Senate committee on Territories favorably reported the bill giving AlallJ ka a delegate In Congress Charles H Orosyenor of the 11th Ohio district has been nominated for Congress for tbe 10th time At a meeting of citizens of MagofHo county at Salrersvllle a resolution wasI the judicial redistrict leg btllIRepublican Leader Payne In the House says be can eee DO reason whyI Congress should not adjourn early in May as there arq no bills ot national Importance on the calendar The Kentucky Senate passed a bill substituting electrocution for hanging The sentlmeat In the House is favora L ble to the measure and It may become a law The Seventh district democratic com mlttee at Frankfort called a delegate convention to meet at Lexington May t 12 to nominate a candidate to succeed Congressman South Trimble The General Assembly in joint see aloe elected Miss Pauline Helm Har din State Librarian and George V Green of Christian county prison commissioner each for four years Gov Beckham stated before the House Bribery Investigating Committee tha be knew notblBg alleged charges of bribery against IcffUlfc tore as publishes In a Louisville paper e The Senate passed the bill putting a license tax of SOd a barrel oa rectified whisky The republican committee of tbollth district has called a primary election for Aug 0 to nominate a candidate to succeed Congressman Hunter Kentuckyta more ono hours duration In the House In which he arraigned the republican party se verely for Its failure to carry out Its pledges to the country A reference to Booker Washington dining at the White House brought responses from several members on the republican side Afterconslderable filibustering the House by a void of 54 to 17 passed the bill making a new judicial district of Magofflo Floyd and Knott counties This takes MRJroffio out oHhe Breathitt district The Senate passed the House bill maklngthe Circuit Clerk chairman ElectIonBoard In Fayette Kenton and Campbell counties for the purpose of removing Sheriff Mclnerney of Cov legion Although the election for county officers does not come off until next No vember a year there are already a large number of candidates in the field most of whom have begun an act ive campaign says a Harrodsbur die patch In the race for sheriff Dr T L Menaugh John I VanArsdall and John L Forsythe are Interviewing the voters There are three In the race for county clerk W J Poteet the In cumbent W L Voorhels and D B Chatham J M Board J M Burton nd Capt John Allbrlght are seeking office of jailer For assessor J W Wlckersbam Lee Coleman end George W Miller Crab Orchard Mr Henry Campbell and family are welcomed to Crab Orchard again They have rooms at Mr Jim Ander sonsMrs Geo Stephenson has a class of music pupils She Is considered a floe teacherFOR SALE425 bales of good timothy bay Address Box 33 Crab Orch rd Ky The citizens living on Main Street were given a musical treat by some of our bead boys Sunday afternoon The lunch social given by the La dies Aid Society of the Baptist church was a success to the amount of 112 Miss Lena Napier and brother Wil son of London and Miss Samantha Jones of Will lame bur are visiting relative here Mrs Kittle King has bought out the millinery of Mrs Sam Tatum and will have a large stock of goods to show to her customers soon Wilson Dllllon has a new tin roof on his house the old one was torn off by the recent tornado which did so much damage to our little town Rev J B Jones will preach Satur day night Sunday morning and night at the Baptist church and at Whites school house Sunday afternoon Much sympathy goes out to the mom bars of the Christian church at the total wreck the tornado made of their church and hope to see It rebuilt soon Pictures of the ruins taken by our new photographer Mr Elrod are for sale Miss Maggie Culton has gone on a lengthy visit to relatives In RIciTmond Hugh Logan and mother have taken rooms at Mr Gelzels Barry Collier a position In a large dry goods In Louisville Mr Ramsey has been confined to his room all winter with liver trouble Bowen Gover was with relatives hero this week C C McClure was In town a few days ego Dr and Mrs JO Carpenter of Stanford were here Sunday visiting friends Joe Brooks Is with the home folks this week Miss Florida Gibson of Yarnalton is a guest of Dr and Mrs W J Edmlston Mrs W B Edmls ton is at her grandparents Dr and Mrs Doores Mr J C MpWhorter le- n Louisville Mrs W M Morris basI become a pupil of Miss Elkin of StanI and gone there once a week to lessons In the art of china paint tdlBs Fannie Redd returned recently from a lecgtby visit to Virginia Mr Cass of B rodbead has charge of our depot while Mrs Alice Newland is ViI iting in Florida Misses Pearl Collier Mabel MoWborter and E Bailey Chadwick went over to Lexington to see Ben Hur They extended their visit to Georgetown Miss Collier Is now In Paris visiting Mrs Will Eu banks formerly Miss Annie May Stephens Maurice Perkins also en joyed Den Hur Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played end havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but he grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was saved Hes noW sound and well Everybody ought to know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung diseases Guaranteed by G L Penny Druggist Price COc and 91 Trial bottles free Parrish Brothers Woodford county tobacco growers have sold 460 000 pounds of Burley tobacco their last xearscrop amounting to over 840000 to the Continental Tobacco Company l t+ Ult2 4+41 +1+ hIt+++++++++ 4 ++ I I EXTRAORDINARY EMBROIDERY SALE t iWehave just received the largest EMBROIDERY purchase ever made by a fordJirmmore than 10000 YARDS in this lot Our New York buyer picked up thisIlarge lot at less than half price Our instructions are to close them out at only a small profit therefore you may look for the grandest bargains ever put before you Come early The patterns are all new and exclusive designs in the it IInesdayf I 2500 Lor NO 1 of ery 5 wide 10c to 12ic for 5c i 1500 SooLOr Embroid Edge Inserting i Ito match yard inches LOT NO2- Ynrds Fine Em broidery Edge and Inserting to match worth II 12ic to 15c per yard your choice 7 I2c per yard f i Yards NO 3 Extra Fine Edge and Inserting to match I would be cheap at 25c our price 14c per yard 111 I f IN NEIGHBORING Charles Lee aged 60 rard Mrs Anthony May It dead at flan vlllo James Gay la dead at McQrearyGar rard county Sam W Bales who was shot byWm Hawes at Richmond died of hI wound Two prisoner Howard McKee charged with car breaking and Jep Dunnagan for detaining a woman made good their escape from the Somerset jail- William Turner a farmer at Need more Madison connty shot and mor tally wounded his wife and then turned the weapon himself Turner was ac quitted of a murder charge at the April term of court here last year Judge 8 V D Stout who has been police judge of Wllllamsburg for the past three years was adjudged insane and sent to the Lakeland Asylum He served In the Confederate army He al so served as Commonwealths Attorney for two years by appolntmentfromGov Bradley and was master commissioner under Judge T Z Morrow GOOD Goo spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liver and all the fine spirits ever made In Ibe Blue Grass State could not remedy a bad liver or the hundredand one III effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be In fine condi tion if you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful bright eye light of step vigorous and successful In your pursuits You can put your liver In fine condition by using Greens August Flower the greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dyspepsia indigestion It has been a favorite household remedy for over 35 years Au gust Flower will make your liver healthy and active and thus insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 25c regular bottles 75c At all druggists- MATRIMONIAL At Bowling Green John Allen Cole 82 years of ago and Mrs Nan Davis 75 were made one Mlle Cecil Adams Crooke of Louis ville was married to George Holmes Gushing financial and railroad editor of the Cleveland 0 Leader Inaflmmatory Rheumatism Cur ed William Shafler a brakeman of Dennison Ohio was confined to his bed for several weeks with inflammatory rheuma tism I used many remedies he says Finally I sent to McCaws drug store for a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm at which time I was unable to use hand or foot and In one weeks time was able to go to work as happy as a clam For sale by W N Craig if you need of Any Kind Give this office a trial I 2500 to match well 18c per yard widths up to 10 inches your choice OwsLKY BocK WATCH OUIt ADS GRAND LEADER M B Levy 8 Co S B Levy THE III COUNTIESI of Printing I A S PRICE Surgeon I Dentist Stanford Ky OS evv Uc Omlqluudtng x Produce Wanted 1 We want your trade and will pay you the EIFeabenCall at NORTHCOTT ok THOMAS Real Estate ounrKybuilt 8 years ago Steam and water power the latter B months of the year It U an up todate roller mill with burrs for corn sod meal bolt The engine Ii of years runs N- acres with the milt Including what la with the house of 5 room AU for SflJiO or 5 600 for the mill and II acre One halt huh flu ODe trade No mill In 10 mils countyKytodate In every particular and good lug with and 20 acres of flue land close to Southern railroad Price 19 000 Alto 11 acres of Florida land In Mann placeleavlsgroom house and orange peaches pears plum grapes all bearing I acre en other aide with B room oaentorr house orange acbev pears plum grapes bear log All for 82000 or the C acre for 11800 and the 0 acres for f 1100 325 acres ID Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about 60 acres cultivated about 12S in timber and grass and about 150 In grass Timber on place cut to 18 Inches but will make barrel Umber thing lee ties and cord wood enough to for the place twice over A large part ray ed are four dwelling of 4 rooms each and one store of two stories with room above has well and springs of water Is In 2 miles of county seat and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 2200 Onehalf cash A Bnllltt county Ky farm of 100 acres with good 3story house metal roof barns water etc 110 acres of timber that will make ties staves barrel timber Ground will grow wheat corn tobacco etc only 2000 Jj cuh Piscinas 600 fruit trees 171 acres Jf mile Bardstown Junction naUltt county Ky 120 acres cultivated balance In timber good three room bouse with hall new log barn smoke house wood house ODe well good springs and running water two orchard three room tenant house la u beautiful farm and productive cheap for 3500 12000 cash balance In one two and three year 122 acres throe miles of Wllllsburg Wash ington county Ky lie aero cultivated 6 acres In timber well cistern springs orchard llGstorysix room frame house veranda cribs wood house smoke house hen house school on the farm This Is a good farm worth the money 2500 1250 cash balance one and two years No TI 150000 acres of cotton Und In Mississippi There Is no section of country which offers so many for profitable Investment II the Millis- slPri DelIA which Is now described as Pros peltValley The Umber Is becoming more valu able the time for the reason that lumber people from the North where the supply of timber Is fast diminishing are constantly Increasing their pur chases t l timber lands In the South When the timber Is removed the land Is unequal for agricultu ral purposes It will produce a bale of cotton to the acre or grow an other kind of crop raised In the temperate sane The soil needs no fertllliers end rives a which cannot be excelled Delta farm the title Is perfect and the man who buys and timber lands at present prices Is making an In vestment that he wll never regret This land Is di vided Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract to ITOOO acres to the tract and prices from U per acre to Si6 per acre according to location etc We are authorised by the company who owns these lands to state that as other parties are considering the urchase of these lands that we offer these tracts sub ecttoprior sale wlthdrawal from market or change n price notice lowever when notllied they hold any tract out of market long enough for the purchaser to make an Investigation About lixwo acres land has been sold by Com panytsinceweoufo dethis option For further pat Central Kentucky Real EstatoiTltle Co Stanford Ky Lot No 4 Yards Beautiful Em broidery Edge and Inserting worth Bargains ONE WAY TRIP i Yards of the very 1 1 Finest patterns of Embroidery Edgo and In sorting ud to 10 inches wide 4I very shjcr and fine made to sellat 10c per yardour r price 23c per yard i1000 ILOT Jr and Edge your choice 35c t r LOTNO 7 1 We include in this sale 75 p t pieces of very fine Val Lace Insert patterns I I about onehalf price I II GRAND LEADERfl111I1I111 BtanfordKy Improvements Get our prices on Heat ers bfore you bu- yJLampSei Few left from Xmas atvery low prices JOHN JR CO To The Farmers If you are in need of PLOWS come in and buy The Oliver I The BEST One in the World WE PerkinsCrab Orchard Kentucky Io w FIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Daarob Ysst anc1 i5tbKrotn lInen at June inCrt evttntermedlateloln l1355 10001ONE 3740ROUND lOc 1000 rLOT ntI Heaters BRIGHT TESVIA to Sun A itint fin i lltiKIII i iii trli rI I ii ter liiiliuu IMIIII in T 3E3 ZTJI j k SJ- lo uli points L trnu IourlImlun un i liunin i fIr trir rfiu i Hiint in L tuna WIBI of Nt lama- r villi AiMinT hitl Monroe f IM K I V H jCTS PIa II II 1l1111 IlII tj S- l rtlIll Tact 1 2940ROUND T- RIPl2940 jl ROUND TRIP u in i if- Vv Mexico Kl Paso Texas SlopOVoi IMivl vgiHfr JVir tiit iiimlun hidremor cl I ontCEO E CLARKf Tray Kks A3 VD LtJt im t tuxlngton Ky W C RINEARSONt C P ACI clnnntl O lor rfLLONG CLOTHS Wo havo in all the grades from lOc to 20c Also fine cambrics at I0c 12 4c and 15c We have a special in fine I l cambric at lOc 1 r BLEACH COTTONS We still have a stock of our first purchase and as aF I of10mtshnpcslAmoriJ t THE ti STANFORD KT MAR 1 1901 THIS spring wiihave a full line I rof Mastic Paints also a full line of Sonours Floor and Porch Paint Como In and see our colors before you buy Pennys Drug Store Stanford y ERNEST CARTER Is quite sick J 1DOIlN to the wife of H C Rocker a- KAI daughter Miss JEANS McGulREls with friends In LDAVI80N went to Lou t isville yesterday MR J A SINGLETON of Pleasant L E Gentry wont to Loulsvlllo Wednesday I BORN to the wife Felix Drawner oft the Jumbo section a 10pound boy WILL SEVERANCE went to Louis I ville Wednesday to buy more Roods JODN W MILLER of Lancaster was here Wednesday en route to Rockcas 1ateeI f PAYETTE WILKINSON of Liberty Is I hero to assist In Ed Wilkinsons barber shopMR J B GARTER of Garrard was hero yesterday on his way to Louis I i vlllo Mn N D PRICE of Garrard was t y the guest of his brother Dr A S 1 tPriceMRS a C WILLIAMS of Ml Ver non was the guest of Mrs M C Wil I liam ED L DUDDERAR Is hero from Birm ingham to see bit little son who Is very sick t MR AND MRS ED CORNEL1SON Of Richmond were with Mrs McGnlro lut week MR A A WARREN of Mlddlosboro was on yesterdays train bound for Is down from Laurel to see his father Mr J M Carter Sr who Is very Ill Mil AND MRS G A MCROHERTS Of Covlnglon attended the burial of the formers father Muss DELLS LAWHOHN of Yale mite was here this week consulting Dr R A Jones MR E D KENNEDY guard at the Lexington Asylum was here Tuesday to see his family MISSES DORA AND MiSNie STHAUB left Tuesday for Louisville and Chlca go to buy millinery MR W G WITHERS went to Mid dlesboro Tuesday to take a position with Mr O A Peyton MR WM SKIDYORE and wife went to Loulsvlllo Tuesday where the former has secured a position MRS P W GREEN wife of the prominent horseman P W Green Is seriously 111 Lexington Democrat MR OEO A BENEDICT of Washing ton county who Is is down with a severe attack of grip COL W G WELCH Is doing as well as could be expected although It was necessary to amputate two of the toes on his diseased foot yesterday MR J D FADS who bought Mr J H McAllsters farm has moved up from Wayne county to It Our people are always glad to havo such good clll- zlns locate among them MR GEO P BRIOHT formerly of this county but who Is now connected with a big wholesale house and has his headquarters at Birmingham Ala Is hero mingling with old friends and ANNIE nUNN Joslo Warren and Alice Alcorn of Stanford and Miss Nancy Reed of Danville were Introduced to the president by Representa Gilbert They were on their way to to ARREl of Lincoln county spent yesterday In the city Mr Warron has filled many omen of honor and trust Including those of leg islator attornoytnas ter commissioner etc and la now a candidate for county judge with a certainty i he thinks of getting ItLox j Ington DONT forget the embroidery sale at the Grand Leader 1 want 1 Jersey cows i They must be good butter makers and giving plenty of milk now C T r Bohon Hustonvllle KyIt You cant beat Muellers prices ort One out glass T C BALL sold to Mr L L Bt Clair a cabin on the creek for 8250 NO old alt new this em broidery sale Grand Leader MUELLERS lino of gold and gold filled watches larger than over FOUR room cottage good garden baro etc for root cheap JTJones JOHN TnOYI the World In 80 Minutes has been booked for May 7 Sift ALVERSON a bill to enable counties to make annual sub scriptions to hospitals J O MCCLARY a large stock of wagon harness plow harness buggy harocsi etc Call and see It DONT loose your work and material by using cheap sleazy embroideries Ours belong to a different family alto gether John P Jones JOHN COULTER of Mlddleburg has been awarded the contract for carrying the mall from Dunnyllle to McKlnney Do will take charge of the lino July 1 I AM located at McKinney and am ready and willing to walt on the pub lie to any kind of tombstone or monu ment Get my priceS on such work be fere you place your order T J Teter Mn ANSEL BACon baa sold his hone on Somerset Street to Mr Tram Conn of Garrard and will likely move to Illinois Mr Conn who Is one of the best citizens In his county will move to the property soon A COTTAOK on Whitley Avenue owned by Dr J F Peyton and occu pled by Mr Hamilton a railroad man caught Ore early Thursday morning but a bucket brigade extinguished the Samoa before much damage was done DANK FOR MCKIHNKY An effort Is being made Mr Collins the Q k C agent Is the prime mover In the enterprise and we are told that be has placed nearly liD OCO of the proposed 810000 capital stock BOUGHT A IONMr JH McAllster has bought a 1300 aero cot ton farm In Madison county Miss and he and his son F B MoAllster will leave next week to look after ft His family will hot move to their Southern home for a while OUR Hustontllle letter tolls of the death of Mr Ben P Hawkins at Cor bin and the burial at Hustonvllle Mr Hawkins was a tine old gentleman and his death has caused sorrow wherever he was known Two daughters Mrs W B Hawkins and Miss Salllo Haw kips survive him A MELBOURNE dispatchsays John Alexander DowIe of Lion City Ill has appealed to the American consul for protection When the mob broke up his meeting Sunday be la said to hays hidden three hours In the organ loft Hereafter his meetings will be held behind locked doors WANT DAMAGES Dlihopa Q do O fireman has sued that compa ny In the Fayette circuit court for 820 000 He alleges that he was firing on the second engine of a double header freight train and was suffocated In the Kings Mountain tunnel falling from the cab breaking his leg hip and back from which she has been paralyzed over since TUB lecture by ire Gen Plokctt at Waltons Opera House Tuesday eve ning was the losing ono of the Stan ford Lecture Association and while all of the entertainers brought here by the gentlemen composing the associa tion have been good small houses have been the rule than the exception As a consequence the loss sustained by them will amount to considerable which li greatly regretted Mrs Pick ott was presented to her audience by Judge M C Saufley In a short but splendid speech and afterward she told In a pleasing way the Interesting story of the civil war In which her husband took such a prominent part Mrs Plckett Is an exceedingly hand some and gifted woman and those who met her here fell deeply In love with her She was given a reception by the Daughters of the Confederacy on Tues day afternoon 1 A We have a full line of goods for early sewing and it be hoves tht to be making hay while the sun is not shining so when the weather is fit yon can enjoy an outing in your or afoot which ever your vehicle happens to be Those are fine days to sew and we have all the from a spool of thread to the finest linen FOR SALE Good young goblet T A Rico Stanford 10000 YARDS of embroidery In tblt sale Grand Leader iTUE solidsilver spoons etc t elect sod prices right at W Q Mueller WE sell aod fit to the band the belt 11 and II 50 Ladlci Kid Glove on earth John P JODCI 1 Wu SHEPHERD charged with mur der was placed In jail here by W D Qulllen sheriff of Letchercouoty Wed nesday night He was brought here for safekeeping OUR Tuesdays papers had not got tuq to Huilonvlllo at last accounts May the good Lord have mercy on the postal clerks of the Q S C we would nt If wo bad a show at them MARCH came In lamb but the windy month grew very lionlike yes terday morning when snow rain and hall fell at the same time Prospects are flattering for more cold weather THERE Is to be a at Fair View church Saturday night for the benefit of that church Everybody cordially Invited No admission will be charged but It It hoped that all who attend will bring boxes r nORSE STOLEN Brown horse 151 hands high scar over left knee hind feet white branded tlB under mane good saddler Was ridden away by s man who gave hie name as Clydo Twe die Reasonable reward will be giver for Information leading to recovery ol horse Bruce Carter Stanford Ky Wilhite the aged mother of Mr Sam M Wil bite formerly of this place but oow Controller of the city of Louisville ti dead at Montlcello The end cams suddenly although she had not been li good health for almost a year Shi was 73 years old and belonged to one of the pioneer families of Wayne county She Is survived by four ions Her bus band dIed a number of years ago CIRCUITCOCRT r Tuesday and Wed nesduy were taken up with the trials o George Owens Grant Salter sod Geo Harris charged with assaulting Frank Richards also colored just after the November election when It Is claimed Richards did not vote to suit them The first two named were given a year In the penitentiary but Harris was ac quitted John McCarty Henry Pet man and Percy Stewart Indicted ou the same charge were dismissed Ben Darlan for stealing a carpet from the Withers Furniture Gos store was given 45 days In jail KRIOER Rev JohnEider sold his farm to a Laurel county man for 8750 Mrs Clay Chappell Is very low with pneumonia Walter Anderson has been suffering from a severe attack of the mumps but Is able to be out again Mrs James Collier hat been suffering from a complication of troubles but Is convalescing Mrs Morgan Chappell Is down with rheumatism MrsMaba la Anderson and grand daughter Miss Anna Diction of this place are visit ing the family of J L Anderson Mr Larkin Cbumley and family formerly of this place but now of Fort Wayne Ind visited J L Anderson and fam ily last week Miss EflieAnderson left Wednesday for Fort Wayne Ind to visit her slater Mrs Larkin Chumley CHURCH MATTERS Rev Gilbert Glass of Glasgow will preach at the Presbyterian church here Sunday morning and evening As a memorial to his wife James R Barret of Henderson hap given 825 000 to the Presbyterian Theological Seminary of Kentucky It will be used for library Improvements Rev W M Wood pastor of the First Baptist church at Harrodsburg has closed the second years charge of the church During the two years 163 members have been added and the present membership la 431 A Houston Texas dispatch says A church at Holland was taken posses sign of by a frenzied mob and Reys member caused the trouble Intense excitement prevails Net earnings of the United Statfes Steel Corporation show a big falling oil during the five months just ended HERE AND THERE Besides being one of the most dip agreeable that over happened the Feb ruary just closed had the distinction of being the longest since IbOO Lexing ton Democrat The accounts of the Chicago Worlds Fair were closed Wednesday with the payment of a final dividend of 4 65 percent to all of the 2000 stockholders making a total of 14 65 per cent returned In dividends Five persons were killed 20 seriously Injured and eight or 10 are missing as the result of the collapse of the steel skeleton of the Hotel Darkington a 13 story apartment house in course of con struction In New York A report received at Shanghi os tensibly from an oRlclal source at Toklo says the Japanese have taken possession of the Russian telegraph line to Mladlvostok thus cutting off that place from the outside world Information also comes from the same quarter that a considerable section of the Transslberlan railway has been destroyed There is no war movement at Port Arthur according to advices received at St Petersburg It Saved His Leg P A Danforlh of LaGrange Ua suf fered for six months with a frightful running sore on his leg but writes that Bucltlens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers wounds Tiles its the beat salvo in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25c Sold by G L Penny druggist e PARKE S HAIR BALSAM Xftrvr Falls to BMtore Or y hale to Youthful Color Corn FOR SALEI About 10000 mill cull Red and White Oak lumber at J M Illatt d Gos mill about 10 miles from Stanford near the Somerset take 1300 per thousand feet at mill Mr B D Hlatt will measure and receive check or cash for same J II COLLIER Grab Orchard Ky 11 URLCC B D CARTER BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STAKFOBD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage ii solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Poem In Sale I Ai administrator of the estate of J H Murphv deceased I will at his late rest deuce near Vowen Casey county Ky on WEDNE9DAYMARCH 16 1004 Publicly offer for sale the personal property belonging to the estate consisting In part of nine Lead of weanling males ono 3ycar old mule one bay horse four years old one cow three calves six 100lb shoats sow and pigs one buggy and harness one road cart two 2horse wagons frame and bed for same and wagon harness halfInterest In mower and rake some plow and farming tools IS or 20 barrels of corn Sale will be at 10 AITormIIO and under cash In hand exceeding this um a credit of six months with approved personal security before the property Is from premisesT Administrator a IS A Presidential Year and you must The way to do this la to read the WEEKLY Henry Watterson Editor Twelve pages Issued every Wednesday SI A Ravenue Reform Social Reform Moral Re form The CourierJournal issues the bet Alaanao published Send S5o for a copy by mall COURIERJOURNAL CO Louis yule Ky By a special arrangement you can get and the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL both one year for only II BO LINENSJWe have a big line of these pure linen goods and they are to bo very much used on account of easy washing and of course never Jude but get prettier every time they aro are washed They come in 80 inches 40 inches 51 inches and 00 inches at 35c to 150 per AND EMBROIDERY I We have by far the largest stock of these goods over shown in Stanford and among them some special worth moro than we ask at the popular prices 5c to 50c We have a pattern for every taste Look out For another Bi Salo rY Ill Carson Room sErVER TWO ICESTORES 8a soN Leader Roomi INTERIOR JOURNAL PERSONALS RichmondMRS Wcdnesdayj LouisvilleT vlslllngfrlondshere relativesMISSES PhlladelphlaWashingtondiepatoh CourierJournalHON Commonwealths DomooratLOCALS two showAround Introduced receiving tostartabankatMcKlnney Harvaq WHITE SALE housewio automobile carriago necessaries supper WILIUTEMrPetha seriouslyinjured hlriceM osr boarmeaauro Connectio- nAdministrators THIS KEEP POSTED COURIERJOURNAL YEAR th- eINTERIOR JOURNAL SHIRT WAIST ynrdILACES valuesI Custom Tailoring SUITS TO MEASUREIt i Oriei Jrrnd Samples of I Choice Jootlnl1 for Spring rZi Suarantseds e Cummins a McClary eswpwgwr qtrtfr t- e eee U ULTRA AND BROCKPORTFine Footwear FOR LADIES Our stock is now in and we are able to shdw you we we think the newest line of Slippers and Shoes we have ever had Tho styles WQ think nrh beautiful The quality you all know is the best See them in our windows t Terms r Cash i gn11 t HJMRoberts41 Ie w b t t COME And see this before you buy You get in this a slack or coke or trash burner It is an Airtight Hot Blast combined Too much can not be said for a Stove like this f Geo H Farris Co i Stanford Kyj I t trix and Panic l GREAT GAMES AT i t Vi N CRAIG Pharmacist Successor to Craig dt Mocker e7STANFORD KENTUCKY S r RIORJOURNALTHE i Sintered n the pottoffice at Stanford at e laitaller Pat1 dTtxdewpetaarasdvAV 81 PER YEAR CASH Whsn tot soptld 300 will tseharg 4 I 0 I KNIXVILLE DIVISION II 2 1 Train going North IOpm ott M230ame as I SmNo 23 M12SSpm BOB QUIS 66749 AJOO I stand the abort Jones Inadyacco Return water prlvUegearpermittte- dr D CAHKNISOH Stanford Ky J He BOONE i CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Sale Win sell privately Will also sell a 1J horse power englno boiler All In good repair sell at a bargain to close up business Will take part pay In lumber POWELL SWEESEY Stanford Ky Qarl Traylor g DEAUB IN Wbisk Brandy Wines Beer r Cigars Etc 1 KYGlost Pmo pt and polite attention Nothing but the bu I to drink MIphoae U telelrapb orders receive crompt attentlon H C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Goods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call LUTES BOONE CO i Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky wlehin to buy or sell farms numberII for sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have If you to sell place U In our bands Office at Boons a Stable Stanford Ky I R B Mahony insurances fluent Solicit a share of the patronage of the property owners In t e counties Lincoln and uasey who may be seeking in surance against fire Lightning and Tornado None but tbe atroo etli and best OldLine Com panies represented and the low est possible rates are guaranteed Phone 82 IfStanford Kentucky Iq HEALTH keephouse thetbeat of reaulta 1 tine not had a length0tand wellluippiL Because this great medicine relieves stomach pain frees the constipated bowels and invigorates tbo liver weak ened kidn- eysIIo DOCTOR is necessary in the home where 18keptcountry miles from an physi healthtoryears ThedfordsBlackDraught ness ia colds chills and headachesdiarrll ailmentbecauseliver and so nearly con trol the hea- lthTHEDFORDS5 d 6LACf DRAUGHT NOTICE An election for Directors for the Lincoln County National Dank will be held at said bank office on Saturday March Sth 1001 to elect directors to I yearJ d W Wallace XI Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Horso Shoots West Main Street Stanford Kentucky R A JONESDENTIST p Stanford Ky Office over lllgKln8 do McKlnneyl Stor i Telephone N 01 THE Joseph Price InfirmaryI- s open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Board and nursing shall be cuu In advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal bills due when services are rendored and must oo paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLES W JUUJl k SON Prom JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass Turnout Reasonable Rates Bpeclal Attention to Traveling Men Grain and day For Sale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately mv farm of 130 acres on tho Liberty pike SH mites from Hnstonvllle It Is all in grass and the land Is fertile and In good shape It has on It a good house of 7 room a tenant house two stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address n W Rlffe Jr Tyrone O T or call on J P Rlffe Huston vllle Ky J Le Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALs0DRALJtuIR Furniture RattitngsRU They will Exchange Furniture for d kinds of Stock Give them stall Picea right STANFORD KENTUC- KJ CMCMY VNtDE1TE EMBALMER And Dealear In SAS1TESS SADDLI7 ftO Stanford Ky GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToDa- teTONSORIAL ARTIST nustonvllle Ky elegantly P 0 Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so MtitedJ J11 ff BRODHEAD Rev J O Livingston could not fill his appointment al the Christian church Sunday on account of hit tons Illness A C Markleln and acompanlonnam- ed McCarty killed a mountain lion that attacked them In Ma omn county Markloln was so badly mangled by the beast that bo will die McCarty was also seriously hurt Mist Carrie Frith who hat been vli Ulng her aunt Mrs J G Frith hoe returned home Douglas Brown an L S N conductor spent Sunday with our fair sex Miss Nola Kolallng wont to Livingston Tuesday to vttltrelatlvet and friends Miss Salllo Purcoll hat gone to Lancaster for a tow days R L Collier Is sink Mrs G W Brooke will go to Louis ville and Cincinnati next week to lay In her spring millinery Mrs Joah Dunn Is visiting In Lancaster R G WII mot It quite tick Wm Lynch of Clo verport Is hero looking after his property Letter Hilton wee with homo folke Sunday J G Frith was In Stan ford this week on business John Ma gee of Lancaster will movo Into the house of G W Brock recently vacat ed by Wm Haggard Sam Tllfrey of Crab Orchard moved Into one of J G Frith s new cottages Monday Fred S Durham Is sick J F Watson who has pneumonia favor Is bitter Absorbers Of Cash As an abtorbantof cash the Loulila na Purchase Exposition at St Louis bids fair to outclass every enterprise held In this country of a similar char acter The Initial appropriation of SIO000 000 was provided by St Louis 50 per cent of which was raised by private subscription and the other by the litue of municipal bonds Congress voted a donation of 15000000 more and the gov ernment bas expended an additional 12000000 for various and sundry ex penses connected with the exposition pad which Includes the cost of constructing a building for government exhibits of a national character With all this the fair managers have just secured another 14000000 from the government by giving a mortgage upon the gate receipts which brings the totaliamountof cash up to date used for the exposition to 821000000 a colossal sum undertbeclrcumttances There aro two other expositions un dor way both of which are asking for government support and If each Is to be aided by the government In propor lion to the aid It has given to St Louis It will soon be nccemry to restore the war taxes Three Words of Strength There are three lessons I would write Three words with a burning pen In traces of eternal light Upon the hearts of men envlronIAnd gladness hides her face In scorn browYHave faith Whereer the bark It driven The calms disport the tempest mirth Know this God rules the host of Heaven The Inhabitant of earth Have love Not love alone for one But man 31 man thy brother call And scatter like the circling sun Thy charities on all Thus grave these lessons on tby soul Hope Faith and Love and thou shalt find- Strength when lifes surges rudest roll Light wben tbou else wen blind To The Voters of the Fifth Ap pellate Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this district subject to the action of the democratic party As circuit judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which baye become apart of the States history and at a most critical time As judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe the Statutes adopt ed to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well as to construe the present constitution whenever a contrbversv arose as to Its proper con struction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened the dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exercise of franchises under the law How well I havo discharged my duties under such trying circumstances Is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist mo to secure the high position and ofllce to which aspire Very respectfully JAMES E GANTRILL Working Overtime Eight hoer laws are Ignored by those tireless little workers Dr Kings Now Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing Indigestion Biliousness Constipation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver md Bowel troub les Easy pleasant safe sure Only aGo at Pennys drug store Joseph Rblnock aged 02 is dead at Covlogton I In Memorlum On Friday Feb 20 W H King 50 years of ago pasted from me Into tho great unknown For many months our hearts had been saddened by the very perceptible decline In bodily health of this mUd patient longsuffer lug Christian man for our eyet beheld the fact that disease had firmly fasten ed Itt hold upon him For fleeting In tervals during the lovely autumn weather his wonderful vitality rallied his weakened constitution and a slight Improvement would encourage his lov ed ones but with the suows and cold of winter hit frail body could no longer resist this Insidious disease and in the calm hush of early morning his spirit took Its flight his life spark went out oven as a flickering candle Is snuffed out by the breath of the Omnipotent Throughout his long suffering patience gentleness continual thought fulness for others and pathetic unself ishness marked him as one who bad over striven to help his own pain by easing that of others and at ono for whom death held no terrors The deep pain that looked forth from his eyes teemed during his last days to voice his souls cry Ob when shall I be tree for his suffering had been ex treme So as the last look of sorrow log wife ton and daughters brothers and sisters rested upon his form so calmly peacefully beautifully asleep midst the sweet tributes of fragrant flowers tears from weeping eyes were staunched and this thought gave Inner radiance to darkened hearts Peace tweet peace It hit and with all the blessed dead In Christ In a fairer clime on the heavenly shore be will bid ut good morning ItA O If troubled with weak digestion belching or sour stomach use Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will lilt quick relief For Sale br 1V N Craig UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a small amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and tor lou money Olre me a trial FRANK Stanford FOR SALE Ten acres of land a twostory front seven room cottage The house is new A len did garden and orchard There Is a large mill on the places a good crusher and the dam Is In good repair and the natural Is great economy In running too mill a splendid business Everything it In good repair and has all neeecsai outbuildings The owner only reason for selling Is the rush of other business as he has extensive farmlagiutereste to look after This erty la on the Hanging Fork about 4 mil- from Stanford and eon bo bought at a bargain For further particulars addlest- l 0 Thurmond Iytle Ky or L R 11 mi an Stanford Ky E D Peyton DEALKH IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford Jesse W Sweeney raorsiEToo Livory Food and Solo Stable Lancaster Ky Llorsc wellfed and oared for Up to date rigs at roasonablo rale The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUQASS Froprlitcr- Bectrk Lights In every room RefurnliheJ anj under entire New Management Dak the favorite porter meets all trains Urge Well Ilghled Sample Room POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid bunting fishing or any kind of trespassing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law T A Ulce Dr J O Carpenter J M Carter Br W E Amon George Holmes J U Neal P W darter Fred VnnOruonlgan J Nevin Carter Fred VonAllman Fred Bauman Albert VonOrunenlgan J Z Spoonamore T M Holme 111 J n Oatnenlsoh Peter Balmor W II Johnson Sirs Mary Given David Stephens James M White and wife E Carson U I Hawkins Mrs Mary E Welch NOTICE ADMINISTRATORS SALE As administrator of Wm Nowell deceas ed I will on the tth =ayoGaaeh SOtYb at his late residence expose at public sale and sell to tbo highest and best bidder all the personal effects of said decedent subject to consisting of HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN FURNI TURE MEAT OUAIN DAY ARMING IMPLEMENTS LIVE STOCK ETCIncluded In the sale will bo one Stallion and two Jacks rile Jacks aro very fine animals and are valuable Salowlll begin at 10 oclock a m Terms made known on day of tale B G NEWELL This Feb 20th 1001 Admlnstr J First National I BankStanford Ky I Capital Stock 50000j This Institution WM originally established as the Deposit tank of In 1BSS then reorganized as tho National Dank ot Stanford tn U41 and again reorganized as the First National Ilaik of Stanford 1 n 18IJ having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for IS It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact onrbeforeAccounts of ladlylduals Fiduciaries and Cer poratloHs Solicited I I CAPITAL STOCK 9SOOOO Directors J B Paxton J B Owdey 8 U Shanks W 0 Walker Coo W Carter Successor to The farmers Bank A Trust Company and under same SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial I No aM awe ol nnlraprored land IB Iron county Mo IH Mile Safcula Smion eo Iron IOliatalll rHte WUL sell se etebange to r prirt7ln Lincoln want jr No Small farm Teens Stall from bUn ford llouwof four good rooms balk porch sellveranda coal bun and other UilUlngt la rood renttr Cut In six ntMi well fenced ri sera Is saturation ont acre la fruit tree ret IB rasa Uoutht at eoinmltaloteti ullI bargain sad etc be sold at bargain QOM to end ebartb Price fM per Mn food adjoining told turfM and IU This Is a bargain No4iS6trrwK dUn Twfl story six room dwelling bits smoke bIte Whole place In grate t watered and In good 41 ties PilnffuOO No It Sea room dwelling good eeUar eel 21 tern undo Nefer tailing well and prIElr Fencing No 51ak5Iaaeslcalan4Umlrrfasd Ion edln Perry eon ntv Kyt on Crap Vie Crook a tributary of Ihl North pork of Keetucky river Four rules ofeeal varying In thkkne tam a lest to six tat luver MvtgaMe to the mouth mile of said peepetty the Umber eaUle et soy No 55A nice twoetery eight room IraVii dwelling In Stanford lisa two bill good tlllwith eeoeret door good garden will In klubn 0C1O MMa on place 101 10 rent for f1 1 month Thl dUD ate fer 113 wrmonth This prop tflr It la tjoud repair andcan be btwtbl lot HIW No 13 Farm 57e am IpIodld ldpgree laud In UooolnetHintr Two tory a room stone raklenn S tenant bOIl ll barn room for over JW bJ c- flakaodallotberncnaary ouibulUlott all In oodrtt lr Uwgeto ebunh school CCtodl- nrallroadd nrigbborbood 400 set Mililfstko mlIn grit and timber tic This 1s an deal country bout M all oinvenienceoR lace uleste watered with 14 Diver faulBf Itt Price reuonsMa NafT Ntrrolue 7 seen land within IK mllMOl bUnford In good repair tndng good strrUiUag well sod good cellar hood barn tesSl smokehouMde Young orchard aid flat vine ysrd IIploa41oIpltl to rib garden produce to the town rK 10 lion 40 urea In paature containsn rooms Large burn and all nee No 3tiSO acres of In orlS six mllMfrom railroad snd A tallrt trout Arkaaui river bevenlyaomoflan I Is titer boten is- Snt clau land an In grass This laud U for sate or xtianxe MilpdIng each house nlle about thu center of 100 acres All on county read H will from efaurch school and pMtoOc ITS well and well wawred T U Is a too tobsseo rum and would wit two or tbrc fmutes that might want to cone 1rtro rr ioniWo of six rooms sad all ether HMMMry onlbulkllim Also large hUelmulih shop 0itlOantsbets full length of shop and le feet wide TbU properly will be sold at a very I low price No OA farm of III aerei four Biilealrem Nun belt pike in the wall watered fencing Iffd iiwIUOI fronts pile dl arc ar- outtntll lags A splendid blue graM farm sod only 10 minute drive from lOUDly real Owner nf hue larm adlotnlng this has rrcently rsfuaed 111 oer acre We oar this at 57x0 No MPirty acres near Pleaaant Point Ky Fume hone S room and porch Barn and other outbuildings Sacne In cultivation rest In Urn bw Well M yards from poetomo kneel and ehureh lye well on pike and la l cow 1rlcelWOIlot in SUnfordOTeroomshall porch In the rear good grdeoftood neighborhood close tochurehr and lor mall fam tly Price O- No alIoule and lot In Stanford House eon des fire rooms Hood stable and 9 acres of laud well fenced erne of prettiest building lots In town room enough In front for two other cottage or a 2 frtni be built to the cottage sod be nude a beautiful bows Will be sold cheap as tbs owner mutt here money Nol2lwelllniofilx roomthall and porch necceatary outbuilding KU leD large two story store room 23x60 feel lower room supplied with counters snelte etc Water In and storeroom also cistern end well on place Small lot back orawre one mile from blniord Ilulldlngs In good repair sod dwelling originally cost tlAUO and store over 1200 Will tell lath for 8flO or will rent or soil separately Nu 13ISO acre lana H mile of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwtlllDK 8 rooms two tenant house two barns well and spring near dwelling Kann In high state ol culllTatlon 150 acres river bottom land good fencing fruit etc 1rlce H750 an acre No 41 Two story lerru room frame dwelling veranda etc One story ttoreroom ZOiBO two blackauilth hOIIl tenant house stable crib and warehouse Ktery bulMIng new tad fencing la nnesliap All the property la In Ky and we will sell It ai a whole or sell each place Well at each stride and cistern at For price addiwn tbe abate nstiird sec rotary No 72A splendid stock of goods for sale This Is the beat had the nicest aod most selected stock ol good lu Central Ken and if you want to go In Imiln u you cannot and i nicer stock letter place or totter trade In this particular line outtldtof the cities IIIqhisnd Kywell Impro- vedwelialeredetc I Ihoo 7462 acid of land on Jamestown road south of Dunnvllle 100 acres In cultivation atnut 1 acres In timber and rest In grass A large new frame dwelling also an old dwelling on place A new barn and two old ones watered and the fencing Is good On public road Price hooo No 70tol1r acre of land and a nitro one story six room frame dwelling In McKlnney Ky waterworks in kitchen end flllllly room 000tl ban sriaoNie J 8 UOOI t 8T IlAiims J J VlretW 0 Directors r V Reid DanvillerB T Harris Stanford J9 clocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney ti- M H Elmore B II Stanford isT P lUll Jas J IL J M BtanfordfEd Carter LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANKe continuouslyfor Officers s n SHANKS President J B OWBLET Cashier W II BUIOHT Asss Cashier i I Central Kentucky- Real Estate Exchange CompanyOJKy rtateI lbeosg SomeIKyeuUnn pieD41d OOllalrTbrMIQOd fnwthtaaiiMBsJitiborhood IwhdterandsIewellatdoT tuckyAslendidIndeInUncoleandadjoining OffJrsj end all nereeaary eutUIUIen Plate well tossed sod la good repair I lees tfcaeml fKA and It wmpanywwW we oniy ask ITto for thiTwoStorytotterhad l AnewovklWlora dlraWldeI StaaITwotlIIallNboughtatyosrpricemutt hsie money WalMorDwlllai I iontland In good rUikeod etot u schooland on rood IrlnlNO eoeatyKyru10coIllraUoD i eburebeschoolOnbudchap I NIlJarbhcrtlaDo and twe slay boss M PrrtcliesrWe Ky IIall liKe nary bushings Is weerataN AN buWhin aJleg in good repair and ft a deiHabt hurtVltlWI aliijeaTen and eathalf acre If tend skiahory secen roe ha dz Stirs room w sU ta ie by te Good wart moor nett to II by s nom as HacksmHh shop eI by to than forWi 1 stockof I atbarralnu Mo 48 Farraef lUatm near fOttqo tenast house 2 tinsfencing la good condition as IlrodhedIwell watered Will tell tor IISOO P countyNodwelling 7roome hall legoodNo JO Farm ef 10 UrN slluaie4 near Kings Jlmberrla i wellinoromronturlyhoot JoItollln and C depot lwflv II oa rumtorsultpunhaaer This i certainly cheap No 7Two srury room tame Swelling tn ThisUrcu Dibit No n IJwolliololC rooms with 20 acre land outbultdtogaIn slnwbentce immediatepoeeeeion111r 0o0 estaorwell watered te Will be Mid at a bargain tlleukrwchange II Title QJ So sa Ninety acres of land near Watnesburg illwateredbynererfallingSpring Jllou and thl acre of land In MeKln loadaadterms twotorUradedboolPrice ruoaaloll olandrepairfries a No 70Ten acre of land two story front cot Zgarden ttcA S nattutallowegureNo IOnllre nf lam snd splendid dwelling I necewryoutybulidtngs thisproperlyorthlt200AlIOallioadwill sell for coat and earrings This la a good ous- tneustand and a good chance for tOrn one dwellingfourlire5elds05acresLea than half mile Irotn turnpike We oflet this place for only 130 per acre No 2e Frame hotel large rooms double reran storeroomfronting raperedbarn on utne lot used u liver stable Good a Vacant lot 1feelcultlntloDof them new two tobacco barns and lrgr stock orchanlStreamsgoodneigeburhood8guna- i u r