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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1r S SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALI fflVOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 11 1904 8 A M t IK 1 I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC i A uooo deal of plowing li being done by tho farmers t Wheat changed hands at 1120 at Wednesdayi F Reid A borea garter ooo lor- i t ll25 FOR BALK 425 bales of good tlmo thy bay Address Box 33 Crab Orcb ard Ky 000 Dicks cutting box and bon o power for tale cheap 0 T Bobon IluitopriUe Ky Two Poland China boar of the Sun tblnoDoauty breed subject to reglt ter for tale W M Bright Stanford D Pf Frazeo bas told to C T Noel for the Continental Tobacco Co 40000 pounds of tobacco at 8io Lex Demo cratI M Quctenberry told to Oentry l Kenner a lot of corn from his farm at 13 10 The corn was bought In the crib Adrocato 1 am la the market for hemp and will receive 1taL Minor old milt and 1t DuncaVWarei bouto R M West Bya t YIiIea1 watt to buy two No1 Jersey cows They must be Rood butter makes and Klvlnff plenty of milk now 0 T Bobon Outtoovllle Ky E O LogaoStQootBowlingGryea- t have fold to Baltimore parties 100 cat tle tor which they received 17000 The oitlfe averaged 1350 pounds Robert Fox told to O A Arnold 22 100pound shosts at 4 cent and to W U Lillard of Danville two fat cows at 3c Markobury cor Advocate L W Preston of Glasgow bought 14 horses bare Monday at from 1100 to 82W Ho aUo bought eight In Greens burr Saturday at ao average of 1150 Adalr Now I have for tale a pair of good 16band draft hones wellbroken sound and all right Will sell county court day at Stanford If not disposed of before Wm Coy Moreland At the sale of B G Newell admin litratorof Wm Utlgall In Pulaikl wheat sold at Doe corn 12 60 bay 111 86 per ton Jesse Fox bought a jack for 1313 and Bourne Gocrgln oneforll62 E P Wood of Lincoln couotv who came over to see bill daughter Mitt Sal lie Taylor Wood who It attending Campbell Bagerman College sold while here his 1102 100S and 1001 crop of hemp to W J Lougbrldge at 15 per 112 pound Lexington Democrat A Bunn bought lit Warna throe horses at 1110 to 1156 Coffey Bro sold one mule to W t Walker for 1110 and four to Allen Walker for 1155 Allen Walker bought of Bid Barbeo a mule for 1160 and told one to K G PrIce for 1165 and two to Creed Hood for 1206 Adalr New GINSENG Tbo plant that I worth its weight In money holding the tame relation to success and eventually to great wealth as did Burley tobacco to the blue grass f region of Kentucky Each sang gar den becomes not only a source of sup J ply but an example of success True the cultivator must watt quite a time for the haryeetsay three or four years after the process of teed bearing com roencet when he tau at his option oloie the devil dig up his accumulations collect hit earning or It wlter he may tit In the ihado taking bt cats and let tbe gold boating root grow on each year yielding its wealth of seed which as the Industry becomes more and more Important can be ddpoiod ot- to a later cultivator at advanced Comparatively few people flowthe value of OIo eccd or know that the bestqualltyrofrootsaragrown direct from them Uooi grown direst from teed are more whole and solid and are therefore worth more tqthe market The Ginseng Industry Is no longer In its Infancy It is now known that the plant U oif as easy culture at any flold or garden plant Just why the plant should have tolonjr been neglected I am unable to say It 18 true though l not generally known that it has acquired through neglect two Fad bat its the habit of growing In tho ibade only and producing aced that require 18 months for germination Sq far I have teen nothing from tbe pen of any cultivator Intended to correct these habits They teem to content them selves with the profits sure to bo deny ed They go on well enough alone generally advising the novice to cultivate the plant under the ba- deGmw A Favorite Remedy For Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Remedy 9 favorljo with the mothers of small children It quickly euros their coughs and cold and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other lerloconsequences It not only cures croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent Um attack For sale by W N Craig The Sonata passed the George bill a requiring noriretldenta to pay lIcense of 125 to hunt game In Kentucky L IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES George Ballard Is a candidate for sheriff of Oarrard IIIdeadWilliam Lane 01 and a veteran of the Mexican war Is dead at Buena Vis ta Jane Dunn colored said to have boon 118 years old died In Garrard a law days ago Craig Ralston formerly of the Dan ville Advocate hat gone to Colorado to ranch It for awhile George Joonlng an exConfederate died In Garrard of Heart failure Three grown daughters survive He was 70 years of ago Miss Mary Galther one of the most popular young society girls of Barrodt burg died of appendicitl after a few days Illness The Bluegrass 011 Company has Just brought ID the bolt well of the teaton In the Rlcnland field says a Barbour vllle dispatch Mil teary Jane BUI of Junction City came to Louisville for a visit to her son John Bill on 13th Street and fell a victim to erysipelas She died after a short Illneit and the remains will be shipped to Junction City today for Interment Lou tvllle Poet Odd Bits or Information Italy makes 83000000 a year out of foreign visitors From a 20yearold mulberry tree 218 pound of leaves have been picked la a year The United States received from Germany during the 10th century 5 070302 immigrants Bones giraffes and ostriches have the largest eye of land adtmati cuttle jtb ofsea creatures Out of 160000 house or flats In Glas vow 30000 have One room only and 70000 only two rooms Tbe number of anti In a nest varies from 12230 to 01001 Theo figures are from a recent count of five nests Ml Michael church at Coventry It said to have the widest nave of any Bogllth oburct It II 126 feel wide That of York Minster It 1044 feet In widthIn Australia It a church labeled In large letter on Its outside walls with the names and trade of a grocer a draper a painter and a mil ler These tradesmen built the church In return for the advertisement they obtain t BRODHEAD Dont forget themillinery store to be opened April lit by Mrs G W Brook We are having two splendid schools la our little town now Both are large ly attended Mrs J R Cats visited her husband In Crab Orchard Sunday Miss Ira Lee Edwards of ICnoxvtlle was the guest of Mrs G W Brooks Miss Grace Roberts returned home Monday after a few days visit In Crab Orchard Mr and Mrs J E Wallen havomov ed to LaFollotte Tenn Wealwayt re Bret giving up good citizens Mr Walter Miller of Livingston is the guest of her mother Mr M E Wl mot Horace Bonion left for St Louis Monday where he will be for some time Miss Etta Plko hat returned to Pine Ulll after aa extended visit to friends and relatives hero J H Dunn went to Livingston Tuesday Gran vtlldLeeso was In town Tue4ay Wilson Dunn of Daovlllelle the guest of his brother Dunn Mrs Sam Tatum Visited Mrs If L Collier last week Mora Riots Disturbances of striker arc not nearly as grave as an Individual disorder of the tyatcrn Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension wilt bo followed by utter collapse unless a reliable remedy Immediately employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys at Electrlo Bitters Its a wonderful tonic and effective nervine and the greatest all around medicine for run down systems It dispels Nervousness Rheumatism andI Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only 60 j anti satisfaction guaranteed by G L Penny druggslt A MtVernon dispatch cays Judge James T Adams a leading merchant and politician has announced his cane dldaoy for delegate from the Eighth district to the National republican con vention at Chicago on the Roosevelt platform Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by those tireless little workers Dr Kings Now Life Tills Millions are always at work night and day curing Indigestion Dill ouJncss Constipation Sick Headache and all StomacbLlver sad Rowel troub les Easy pleasant safe sure Only26o at Pennys drug store Senator Tlllman of South Carolina Is seriously III v NEWS NOTES I Mrs D W Saunders of Franklin died while In a Qi of coughing IFire at Scranton Pa destroyed a store valued at 1200 000A cloudburst In the foot hills ol tbe Blue Mountain In the State of Wash ington caused great damage- L 0 Appleton a bank clerk of To ronto killed himself when called upon for an explanation of hit accounts It instated that Patti has canceled all of her engagements In this country and will go to England Immediately The board of director of tbo Penn sylvania railroad company appropria ted over 118000000 for improvements Bugo Brendel a German banker whose bank bad failed committed sui aide by throwing himself from a win dowJudge Pfleger at Cincinnati over ruled tbe motion to dltmltt the Oppen belmer murder case and the trial le In progress Nfl Chris Bembold of HarrUvllle Mich hat confessed that the killed her husband and burled hit body In a snowdriftThe of the Russian pavil- Ion at the St Louis Worlds Fair has been torn down under orders from St PetersburgPeter of Ruthton Mien is dead from an operation to remove from his stomach three false teeth which he bad wallowed George Wilson of Lexington died at the city hospital St Louis of lock jaw resulting from the use of a hypo dermlo needle The report of the State coal mine In spooler shows that the coal output In Kentucky was about 720000 tone more In 1003 than In 1002 Mr and Mrs John Rife and their only child of Boone county died of measles within a few hours of one an other and were burled In the sane grave The stockholder of the Grand Trunk railroad have ratified tbo agreement with the Canadian government for con itructlon of the transcontinental line to tbe Pacific coast Eight companies of militia were or dered by the governor of Ohio to go to SprlngQeld to prevent a race riot which is threatened as a result of the lynching of the Negro Dixon Tbe Chicago city council grate committee hit male a report which says It finds no systematic plundering of the corporation by employe but charges there Is Sporadic grafting Russias request that jbe Black Sea fleet be permitted to past the Darda Belies has been met by bard conditions front the Porte Russia has rejected the term as preposterous but has renewed its request Many protest are being tent to the park commissioners by Louisville wo men against the removal of any of tbe trees from Central Park The work Is being done by tbe advice and under the direction of landscape gardeners Six persons killed three fatally wounded one severely hurt and a limited express train and a freight partial ly destroyed by fire comprise the re suite of a disastrous head on collision which occurred on the Alabama Great Southern near Meridian Miss Mormon Apostle Lyman who has been chosen to succeed PresldentSmlth as bead of the church said that he was a polygamist and that he would cootln ue as such In violation of the laws of the country and In spite of thnrovela ttoo to one of his former leaders- If I were Jack Muoroa says Jae J Corbett I would not meet Chew pion Jeffries Just pow Abeatlog from Jeffrie hurt physically and destroys utterly as to reputation Munroe will llRbterlIbeat the groat fighter A mob of nearly 1000 men took a Kentucky Negro from the jail In Springfield 0 and shot him to death The Negro had killed a policeman of Springfield Tbo mob broke the jail doors down with railroad irons and Ig nored the efforts qf the police and sher iff to prevent the lynching Judge Rlddell convened his first term of court In Jackson Monday and In his Instructions to the grand jury said that Breatbltt county could bo freed of crime If tho people so willed It and would Cooperate with the authori ties He also told the jury to Indict every man tolling liquor In the county as In hit opinion the prohibition law was In force CurI William Shafler a brakeman of Denni son Ohio was confined to his bed for lev- eral weeks TIth Inflammatory rheuma tism I many remedies he says Finally I sent to McOaws drug store lor- 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 HUSTONVILLE Gull Cowan JoeJordon a plug horse for S1SO Sam Rutherford sold Jordon one for 1115 v J B Rout sold to J K Baugbraan a pair Of mules for 1310 and a pair to T B Hammonds of Baldock for I2G5 C It McCormack will open up In bla new building the coming week with a toll line of goods See his ad for particulars All parties knowing themselves In debted to the estate of the late Dr Brown are requested to call and settle same with W R William who has the books for that purpose Geo D and J G Weatberford are In tbe oil fields of Wayne watching the process of pumping a hundred dol lar or 10 dally out of the bowels of the earth by the Beaver Creek Co Ace Peyton the host of tbe Hotel de Moreland was robbed of four 10 dollar bills one five and some change by a sneak thief who entered his room It was local talent doubtless and the per petrator may yet wear stripes Our marshal Wm Lair Is a holy terror to evil doers and no trail teems to be too cold for his ability to locate I the game Two mules stolen last week from T Williams on Tennessee ridge were recovered by him In Rockcastle county A request forwarded to Representa tive Alversoo to present a bill before the present Legislature to subject any person to criminal prosecution for attempting to obtain money by false pre tenses should by all means receive the hearty support of every member of both houses Mrs Nannie W Owens has returned from Camp Dick Robinson where she has been looking after term affairs Carrol Reid was home Sunday Bo reports The Picket In the pink of con dition and that in his string of 10 cam paigners for the coming season be has tome very promising prospects barring accidentsSubscriptions to the Casey County Newt are being solicited In this vicinity before the child It born Next week however wo undoritand the New will make Itt debut from the capital of Casey and the prosy journey toward the anticipated goal of success over many rough and rugged pathways ahead will be only one step lees Well No 10 of tbe Beaver Creek 011 Gas Co lo Wayne county that was put Into the sand this week at a depth of 500 feet Is showing 350 teat of oil which Is decidedly the beet well this fortunate company has drilled Work of connecting up for pumping Is completed already under the efliclency of Field Manager S M Owens who Is an adept In this Una CURES WITHOUT STOMACH DOS ING Hyomel Cures Catarrh by Sim ple Breathing Penny re funds Money If It Falls to Cure Jo A long ttrjdq toward solving the myste ry of curing catarrh wee taken with the discovery of Hyomei In fact the per centage of euros by this treatment proves it equal to the final tests The folly of taking medicine into the stomach to cure catarrh of the note throat and lung has been realized by pbyslcitns but not until Hyomei was known had they a practical method that would obviate stomach drugging- A complete Hyomei outfit costs but fl and consists of a neat pocket inhaler that can be used anywhere without at trading attention a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei Breathing Hyomei through the tuba ler every particle of air that enters the note throat and lungs is charged with a benling balsam that soothes and allays all Irritation kills the catarrhal germs and enriches tho blood with additional ozone Mr Penny has so much faith m tbe power of Hyomei to cure catarrh that he Is soiling it under a personal guarantee to refund the money if it doeajnot give post tive relief 3005 ROUND TRIIVia Queen d Crescent Routej7romClnclnnatl Juno tion City and Intermediate points to oil points In Texas easy of San Antonia Houston Fort Worth Galveston Ama rllla Quanah Vernon Brownwdod Brady Rockport San Angelo Waco Corpus Christi Alice Kerryllle and all points In Indian and Oklahoma Territories Tickets on sale March 1 and 15 good 21 days Stopping privileges For Information address G E Clarke T P A Lexington Ky or W C Rlnearsoo G P A It Cincinnati O Best Remedy Constipation IIThofnestlremedlfor constipation I ever used is Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Bays Mr Ell Butler of Frankyllle N Y They act gently arid without any unpleasant effect and leave the bowels in a perfectly natural coil dltloa Sold by W N Craig I u Raincoat Remarks J i The right time to buy your Raincoat is before it rains of Course i And if you didnt db it you understand its going to rain again i The right Raincoat to buy is the II S d M I j RaincoatThey answer for a Spring Overcoat in nice weathqr We Ihavejust received some new ones Come and see them i areraos J t T D miLLER Danville Klj j i THE GLOBE FARMERS VK RAVE A GOOD STOCK OF Northern White Seed Oats and Tim othy Seed Blue Grass and Red Top also a stock of homegrown Orcnard Grass t Our profits on tho above seeds are small and we it are compelled to have the Spot Cash when you get the seed Please do not ask us to ticket Field Seeds rssrs rHigginsMKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY xt 0 FACTORY IN STANFORD Do you know there is a factory in Stanford that can turn out r 000 worth of HAAELDENS PATENT FILTERS per year Call and examine these filters and you will be convinced that they are tbo best thiugmnde in the way of a filter We have hun dreds of testimonials to that effect Give me your order now sons to catch tho spring raise 1- Hoofing and Guttering Plumbing Furnace wprk or anything else thatconics in tie line of Tinning or Plumbing Pumps of all kinds Call up No 116J I a H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky glue 8raJJ Condition Jowders t Isan extra good remedy for Korea Cattle Sheepand Hogs This remedy contains Sulphur Iron Salts of Sodium i and Potassium Black Antimony and many other valuable ingredients that make it effective for purifin1j tire blood loss j of appetite kidney and bladder troubles tic This Powder is our own we have tried it and know it to be good Price 25 cents a packagej Pennys Drug Store I GO T- Ow B McRoberts FOR LANDRETHS GARDEN SEED I StBnf9rdIJ a rAiDRUGGISTSTANFORD IGARDEN WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS a BOOKS AND STATIONERY s to J GOING TO LEAVE STANFORD Having decided to move to Lexington and enlarge our business we will give one more SX4S I G PHICJE xEf before we go That sale begins this morning and will continue until we pack our things to depart which will be only a few days You Y cant afford to miss the BARGAINS we are offeringand if you want goods DIRT CHEAP now is your time to buy We had rather give our friends in and arouncj Stanford goods at less than actual cost than io move them So it is upto you to supply yourself now Dont r delay but come at once and load up You have the money and we have the goodsit wont take us long to trade1 Cottonn and Calicoes all grades and I all brands will go at f Outing Cloths worth S l3c lOc and I 1212c per yard Goods worth 30c doe and IDrcss yard goes at only liC ROSENSTEIN CO Stanford f fiHE INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON jw h THOMAS D N WLAND SR Itxandldit for Sheriff of Lincoln county subJect M lac teflon of the democratic party CeO W DE BORD I 1 acanaldafeforShed Sot Lincoln county subject sos action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SR- I a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject U tie action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN I h auniUite for sheriff of Uncolo county subject to Sk4 Ktlon of tbt democratic partY DINK FARMER I Is a cindliite for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tilt action of the Democratic party a action of the stocratlc party WIHERRIN k a candidate for Jailer lubject toh action of the MMcratlc party w SAMUEL M OWENS It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec- Is tIIIltloa of the democratic party A s MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public School t II Lincoln County subject to th action of the demo cntlc party MISS KATE BOGLE feacandldateforSuredntendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo I cratlc party HON D L MOORE 1etMercer county Is a candidate for Congress In the Eighth district to succeed Hon G sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party Your sup port Is earnestly solicited f R CC WARREN- Is f a candidate for Judge of the Lincoln County court subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES B ANDlftONI II a fail ldale foPlstettof of Untold county sub Jecl to the action of fhe democratic party THE discussion over the Campbell t amendment to tbe school book law was very bitter between Senators Campbell t Md Can rUI and consumed most of Wednesdays session of the State Son ate Toe body refuted to take the bill 1fromtbe orders of tbe day thus practi tally killing It Tbe loupe passed the bills appropriating MOOOO for come pleting the cellhouse at tbe Eddyvlllo penitentiary and appropriating 126 000 I t for Improvement tbe Frankfort pen Itentiary A number of bills of minor aimportance were pa ledTbe House l decided to bold no more night sessions GOVERNOR ELL Empire State has given Roosevelt a practical r Intimation that If he should be nomina ted the electoral vote of New York will go against him If a few other repub l lican governors would but Imitate his h example It might be that Roosevelt could realjze the futility of even mak ing a campaign TUE Somerset Journal was six year old Tuesday and remarks that it is gla of it There is nothing girlish abou- the Journal from tbe simple fact tha It Is glad it has bad another birthday I proves with age I THE Panama canal enthusiasts were gluon a ought chill by Mr Root whet f ho stated that the government intend ed to build the canal for tbe public good and without the expectation of ev er receiving the money Invested back again FOR tbe first time in years the re publicans of Delaware are trylnrft6be l decent They baveactuallyYcoceplre t to ea thatOIGaa not btl permitted to explode himself r much longer f I c 4c per yd fie per ydI I5c per yd news agency of the Angenzlat ITUE received a dispatch from Its at Toklo stating that tbe Japanese naval forces have won a great sea victory over tbe Russian Siberian sqnadron but at a fearful post to the empire Particulars of the losses are not stated POLITICAL Senator Pettua of Alabama an nounces that be is opposed to the re afflrmatlon of the Kansas City plat formRepreseoaLvelrlmble secured a favorable report In Congress on his bill to prevent tbe adulteration of Ken tucky bluegras seed Tbe State Senate by a vote of 19 to 9 passed the bill appropriating 20000 for a statue of the late Gov Goebel to bo placed In the new State House Considerable feeling over the senalo rlal race In Tennessee between Bate and McMillln has been aroused by the recent fights to capture early county conventions Gov Beckbam signed tbe bill known as the Louisville Ripper Bill giving the mayor of Louisville tbe authority histThe bills assigning the county of Beckbam to its proper judicial district and Increasing the pay of tbe appellate court stenographers to 1100 a month were signed by Gov Beckbam The rivers and harbors committee of of Congress gave a hearing to several prominent Kentucklans and West Vlr glnlans In behalf of tbe improvement of the Big Sandy river Tbe Clerk of the House of Represen tatives received six packages of testi mony from D C Edwards and five packages from John D White In their contest against Congressman Hunter One of the witnesses lit the Smoot case was a deposed bishop of the blot mOl church8o said Smoot caused his arrest for adultery and he was sent to tbe penitentiary Several other apostles failed to respond as witnesses when their names were called The committee for the 5th Appellate district of Kentucky will meet at Frankfort Ky on Tuesday next for the purpose of naming tbe time and manner of nominating a democratlo candidate for judge of the court of ap peals to be voted for at the regular election in November 1801 HERE AND THERE The race question was precipitated In the convention of the United Mine- Workers of tbe Western Kentucky dis trict by a motion that tbe Negroes be represented on the State Board Two Negroes were elected to positions on the board Mrs J Taylor Ellington while on her way to Morehead to qualify as ad ministratrix of her husband who com milted suicide by shooting himself two weeks ago was arrested on a warrant charging her with poisoning him Tbe warrant was sworn out by her stepson operaI pret flan of the city The mayor has Issued a proclamation warning citizens to- keep off tbe streets on penalty of arrest I CHURCH MATTERS Rev R B Mabony will preach for Rev J B Crouch at Falmouth Sunday At a meeting of the members of th Baptist church at Harrodsburg a call- was extended to the Rev George Green of Eyansvllle lad A congregational meeting at the cellodd members is de sired J I Table Lines worth 30c 40c and 60c per yard go for Five Hundred yairs of Mens Shoes worth from 125 to 200 go for 4 Laces all widths from 2c Ito 5c per yard of other articles will be sold at Sacrifice prices LANCASTER Dr O A Traylor a prominent phy sician of Bryantavlllo died at his homo Moody night of beart failure Hli re mains were taken to Columbia for bar- lal Klnnalrd Blibop the 16yearold ion of Alex Bishop was seot to the louses of Reform Tuesday for stabbing Hern- don Ball 12 year old Be will remain In there until ho Is 21 Lancaster will bo represented to ath letics at the Blue Grass Graded School held In Nlcholasvllle on May 2627211 The athletes from this school have begun practicing sod feel confident of carrying off many of the honor Marriage license was Issued to Mar thew Sutton sod Miss Dora Doollo The ceremony was performed at the resi dence of Rev Garrison of the Chris tray church License was also Issued lo Lee Gastlneau and s Fannie Ross Rev Cbumbtay officiated Judge Cantrlll WM In town this week Miss Calllo Adam of Richmond visit ed her parents here Mrs Joseph R Mount who has been visiting the tam ily ofR E McRoberts is now In Stan ford vlsltlug relatives before returning to Covlngion Waller Hudson and Lewis GUI are at home from Central University having been excused from examination Miss Mary Burnsldo en tertalnedTaesday evening In honor of Miss Virginia Thompson of Frankfort Charles Collier of this place having finished school at Lexington has secur ed a position in the mountains Miss Cordelia Hamilton has taken a position as hat trimmer In Alabama Mrs Taylor of Lexington an accomplished mu sician came down Monday night totest the pipe organ agate She expresses herself as well pleased in every respect and advises the church ro Ccept It al- It stand 1 PREACHERSVJLLS Mr Chappell of Crab Orchard pur chased of J C Horton some corn at J3- G C Kennedy bad a valuable mule to die sod Dan Naylor came very near losing a good one Chicken pox roeeola and measles are prevalent In this community Robert White has been sick of measles Mrs Garrison Is sick of grip Rev Dean of Lexington a worker In the Christian and Mlssionery Al liances gave a very interesting talk at the M E church after prayer meeting Rev John Carmlcal of Mt Vernon was in his pulpit as usual Saturday and Sunday He preached four flue tier moos There wero good crowds at all the services Miss Annie Lunsford went over to Stanford to tee her sister who Is sick Miss Annie Carmical of Mt Vernon has been visiting the Misses Thompson James Curtis and wife of Madl son are visiting the family of B F Lunsford Gene Sutton and Carl King went to Princeton Ind a few days since Mr Sot ion was transferred to East St Louts by the railway company for whom be was working Mr King was to have taken charge of the messenger department but for some reason bo re turned home Several of our people attended the elegant six oclock dinner given by Mr and Mrs Sweeney Morgan In honor of tbe flat birthday of their son Joseph Morgan at Sweeney It was a most enjoyable occasion After dinner the crowd was entertained with vocal and ofethe distinguished guests were Dr Actonof Lancaster and Rev Boeeman of Louisville ofIJulIJeRobert Riddle of the Breath l4 circuit court is down with grip John B Lane Bath countys oldest citizen is dead llU per yd 85c per pr Thousands MATRIMONIAL G S Leper twice a widower and 47 years old and Miss Emma Delk 19t were married at the courthouse Wednesday by Judge James P Bailey A St Louis woman filed a bill for divorce from her husband giving as one of her reasons tbe unpleasant onto piety which attaches to his name on account of the boodle scandal Tragedy Averted 1 Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City Ohio Pneumonia had played sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set In besides Doctors treated him but he grow 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 ita the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung disease Guaranteed by G L Penny Druggist Price 50c and II Trial bottles free Attorney General Hays representing tbe Commonwealth in tbe Caleb Pow ers cue has plod In the court a motion to correct tbe record In that case so as to get Into It a letter pre settled on the trial at Georgetown but by error left out of the transcript as made up by the official I A s PRICE lu DfKtllt Stamford Ky OShrr IttXotwrU DTUI Stan IB tae Chrtlej JhJ14Jq Produce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you the bet market price tor your Poultry Egg Feather Hide Fur Bra Call at- NOUTBCOTT A THOMAS etanfor- dKyPOSTED Wo whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fltblog or any kind of trea pUling on our places and will prosecute vlolatora to the full extent of tbe law T A Rico Dr J O Carpenter J M Carter Sr W B Amon George Holmea J O Neal P W Carter Fred VnnOriienlgan J Kevin Carter Fred VonAllman Fred Bauman Albert VoaOrnnenlgan J Z T M H F bland J B Oamenlicb Peter Balmer W II Johnson Mrs Mary Olrent David Stephen James M White and wife HP Hawkins Mrs Mary E Welch R A Lawrence Real Estate Bargains Also a SO barrel mill inMercer county Ky on Bait River Steam power new up todate In every particular and dwell ing with Improvement 20 acres of tine land close to Southern railroad Price IB 000 Also 11 acre of Florida land in Mann vllte On railroad itreet through place leaving S acres on one side with 2ftory 5 room house and orange peaches pear plums grapes all bearing 8 acres on other side with B room opelltory house orange peach pearf plums grapes bear Ing All for 13000 or the B acres for 81800 and the S acres for 11100 325 acres In Allen county Ky on rail road and about SO acre cultivated about 125 In timber and grass and about 1BO In grass Timber on place U cut to 18 Inches but will make barrel timber shingle ties and cord wood enough to pay for the place twice over A large part II tented are four dwellings a room each and one store of twostorle with rooms above has wen and spring ot tobacco S mile of countv scat an grows corn wheat grass etc for 1200 Onehalf acrelllwltbwill grow wheat corn tobacco etc only 12000 cub Place has GOO fruit tree 171 acre X mile Barditown Junction Ballltt county ICy 120 acre cultivated balance In timber good three room house with hall new log barn moke house wood houe flne well good springs sad running water two orchard three room tenant hoale lu beautiful farm and productive cheap tar 13500 12000 cah balance one two three years Central Kentucky Real Estate fcTllle Cot Stamford Ky Five Hundred pairs of rcn8 Shoes worth 125 to + 200 all go at Mens Clothing worth 700 HOO 000 and 1000go in this sale for Mens Suits worth 1200 18 00 flJOO and 1500 go at only 100 500 I 7501 Ky HAYSl aodcertalnlytbereenothingtoldmaidfah Larger and BetterM Our line is larger and better thiescaou than ever before Wo arc showing the newest Wool Dress Goods such aDS Mohair Voiles Etnruiuw Homespuns sad Serges in the newest shades Our fine of Silks are the best lobo lied Wash Silk 27 incites wide all colors CO cent per yard 19 luau Taffeta all colors 80 cents per yard Fine line ofyard wide Taflclas Fenu de Soir and Cbautungs Ladica Muslin Underwear A largo stock jnade and trimmed nicely from 10 cents to 1 garment We are showing a largo and well relented line of Corsets Wash Goods White Goods Peronle Cheviot Towol Notions Mon Furnishings Hate Etc onsrnv DLOCK WATCH ova ADS GRAND LEADER M BeLeiy O Co 8 B Levy ffeatersiGet our prices on Heat ers bfore you buy Lamps Few left from Xmas at very low prices JOHN BRIGHT JR CO t To The Farmers If you are in need of PLOWS come in and bUYJThe Oliver I r The BEST One in the World r1 Ws E PerkinsCrab Orchard Kentucky c t SUITSI J ft Wo have a variety of materials and range of prices to suit all Scotch Mixtures wo begin at S850 to 816 t Black Brown nUll Blue Cheviot Serges nnd Pebble Suits ninde iu faultless stylo at 1150 to 82250 e The New Enton styles are very pretty and becoming to almost any IF figureS The goods we chow are front the best Suit Makers in the United States Carson ER TWO T STORES SON Leaner THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAn 11 1901 r ORT ready for flialn ttmo Wo have a lull line of flihloft tackle right ready for you to look over and select jun what you want Penny Drug Store PERSONALS ERNEST CARTER U lmpro lnir GUS MCCORMACK U very sick MR GEO L CARTER li very sick a MB J M CARTER SR U some better MRS HENRY nOLDSRUANtl CODTk hating WlNVRED POUTMAN hay ROD- Obrtklor to BARRY DiaaiNSl at homo from Danville COL W O WELCH was some belter yesterday DR HUGH REID Is out after several diva lllnei Je F COOK of Lexington was here several dafe- GWROr B BAOKLEY went to Frank tort Yesterday UK J S OOCKBH wont to Mlddlei 1 boro yesterday CLAVE GODDARD of Darrodiburir was hero Wednesday A D PAUSONS U now miller for a big milling flrra at Georgetown MRS JANE McFERRAN of Rockcai tle li with Mr J M Thompson JOUN DODDERAR of the Maywood section li very low of pneumonia MRS JAMES I WHITE went to Mt Vernon yesterday to visit relatives MR J F DOCKER of Pltuburc was with his daughter Mr W O Speed- A LITTLE daughter has arrived at the home of Mr and Mr I M Bruce MRS II R MILLS of Walton U with her parents Mr and Mrs J Q Bright REV W 8 ORINBTEAD of Fleming burg is with his daughter Mrs E Q Oeatley JDDGts M D OUOUES and J C Qemphlll of Lancaster were hare Wednesday MRS JAS A DDDDERAn fa In Oar rani at the bedside of her nephew Willie LearI- ZOitACEBOUONof Lincoln county was visiting la Columbia and vicinity Adair News ELD JOSEPH SEVERANCE and fami ly of Nowtown are with Mr and Mrr Will Severance Miss LULA EDRINOTON and brother Leo L Edrlnjrton of nuiton lUe were tore Wed eeda MR B G ALfORD U back from Fay ettevlllo Teno whore ho batboen yls illar his daughter MRS MITCHELL TAYLOR of Burn side II with her mntber Mrs William McCormack who la Ill Miss IDA MAY ADAMS ot Mt Ver Lion bal accepted a lucrative and re iponilble position In St Louis MRS MAQQIB J MARTIN and child roe left last week for Kenton county to reside with her brothers Eugene sod Thurlow Jones MR S CASH UERIUN order his pa per changed from Brodhead to Wei burn Pulaikl county at which place he Is DOW merchandising HEATH WILLIS ton of Manager J B Willis of Crab Orchard Springs le very low of pneumonia ID Lexington wbere ho II attending College MR J H McALiSTER and loa Foi ter loft Wednesday for their new home at Canton Miss much to the re Bret of their many friend here MR A A WARREN of Mlddletboro 1 II hereon his return from Bardwell Carlisle county where ho organized an Odd Fellows lodge of CO member AT the hour of going to prose Mr W Q Shank who II 111 of peritonitis was as low as she could be and her doo tors think that her death le only a question of a very short time LOCALS OUR line of Queeniware le about oomplote Call and see It Geo H I Farris do Co I ET Y styles tmercerized waist 50 end 650 a yard at the Grand f1lNI only 20o THOMPSONS IbowArouod the World In 80 Mlautelhu been f I bookedfor May 7 I I WHEN In Crab Orchard let James J Mack the artistic barber give you a stylish hair cut or a smooth shave He t can do It I POOR refrigerators for tale cheap i J T Jones I countyMONDA co day Drop In and toll us tome news LOST day book Contained lot ofI accounts T M Estes Crab Orchard FIRST day 40 pattern ot that 50 ao 6o white walittng told Price Is tho cbarm 2tfo yard Grand Loader J Q McCLARY le receiving a largo stock of wagon harness plow barncii buggy barneii etc Call and see It THE bank at MoKtnnoy certainty and It will likely bo In operation by July lit Mr Colllni the Q ft C agent there Is to be cashier THE Ladle Aid Society of the Cbrli tiara church will have an exchange loadt bazaar In Dr J K VaoAridale toro during the entire day of Saturday April 2 I AM located MoKcoy and am ready and willing to walton the pub lie to any kind of tombstone or mon meat Get my price on such work be fore you place your order T J Teter MONEY FORJnnOnsTrustee of the Jury Fund W 0 Walker tell u S that ho has money on band to pay the jurors fur their services during the court just closed By the way the two weeks term cost the snug turn of II 00012 Miss DURHAM dlttrlut secretary ot the Woman Foreign Mlnlonary S ciety will meet with the society at the Methodist church at 2 p H 8aturda She will give a talk on mUtlonary work at the 11 oclock service Sunday morning Mr Adella Woods correi pending secretary CRESS T J Cress a ember the Mooilcello bar died there Tues day and was burled Wednesday Be was 39 years old and left a wife and one child Pneumonia wad hi trouble Be was raised In Rockcaule where be lived until tome six year ago Mr Crew was a clever man and s sterling democrat KILLED AN ALLEGED DORSE THIEF William Lair town marshal of Hus tonvllle shot and killed Aoiel Wilson an alleged horse thief near Somenet at an early hour Wednesday morning Lair bad pursued Wilson who Is laid to have stolen two mules from a man named Williams Casey county toy eral days and came upon him In toe early morning Wilson bowed fight and the omcer hot him Lair at onee surrendered to the oRlcer tlBRO BARNESAMINO Follow log Ie a copy of circular dlitrlbuted here Geo O Barnes will preach at the court house In Stanford Tuesday evening March 15 at 7 oclock and ev ery evening thereafter until further notice Ha affectionately Invites hiI friend In Lincoln county to give bl their usual cordial bearing and re quests the general public to attend those lorvlce Ho has something of lupremo Importance communicate 0 this most probably the last time be will address them TRIUULB Mrs I Luglada Kenley Trlbble aged 81 died at her homo on the Danville pike at 9 oclock Tuesday morning of a complication ol trouble She had boon 111 for some tlmo and had been a cripple Into a severe fall of throe year ago Mrs Trlbblo was tho widow ot Ceo W Tribble and had been twice married her first husband being John Smith whom she married when she was 15 years old She left no children but Miss Mattie Trlbblo her niece who bad lived with her for years Is as much grieved at her taking away as If ihe bad been her mother For 85 years Mr Tribble had been a member of the Christian church and during most of that long period of time the was an active member She It tho last save one of a family of 10 chil dren Mrs Sarah Pulliam being the remaining member of the once largo family Mr John Bosley who knew her well tolls us that there never wa a better woman than Mrs Tribble an that her death is a severe blow to th community In which she lived Said ho she was charitable kind and good a woman of much force of character and a grand one every way At 1 oolopk Wednesday afternoon Rev J W Hagln preached a funeral discourse at her late home after which the remains wore taken to Danville and In terred in Bollsyue cemetery TAILOR SUITSI Wo have just embarked in the Suit business and our large welllighted room on our second floor is an ideal place to show them This is a fortu nate timo for us as the perfection of fit eeonis to have been reached andwe start at n time when wo got the benefit ot tho Suit Makers past experience Our Suite Skirts Waists Silk and Sateen Petticoats are arriving daily and we invite trio ladies to let us show them through Fouit room cottage good garden barn etc for rent cheap J T Jones IP you need printing of any kind get prices at thus office before you have It done WE have an expert buggy painter at kdp SECOND crop seed Irish potatoes and pie plant roots for sale John Christ men Stanford ITS a big thing to buy II 05 worth of white mercerized walitlog for 870 This week Qnly Grand Leader DON J M ALVERSON has passed through the Houio a bill making It a felony to flourish a pistol In a paiien ger train The penalty Is a floe of not ten than 120 nor more than 1300 It Is a more stringent law than the present one I MR JoIN P JONES the uptodate dry goods dealer and ladles furnisher generally has lust completed a beautl ful room book of bit store In which bo will do dressmaking Win Lau H wellknown Loulivllle modiste will here charge of this department Stan ford has long needed a drenmaklng establishment and Mr Jones is to be congratulated oc bringing here what the women watt WAYNESIIORO Wayneiburg now has three of the best stores the rood little town bas over had They aro BoCaldwell Son and The Reynolds Co tbsyI all are doing well there seems to no doubt The Reynolds Co bought out Ltveneon Bros some two or three weeks ago and at once launched Into a compotedfand Assessor M G Reynolds They are all popular young men itralghtand honorable and deserve to do the good builnci they are onjn lng Moat flow ant has sold bit pretty home In Way aesburg and will move to Mlddlotown 0 The school under the management of Prof Marcum le progressing nicely The lumber builneii U heavy just now end will be until the roads got bad again Mr E B Caldwell ono of Way neiburg merchants has been Matter of the Maionlo lodge at his place for A odd year He has alto linen a deai eon In the church there and luparln tendent of the Wayneiburg Baptlit Sunday School for over a fifth of a eon tury The richest men In Waynesburg Is Mr L G Gooch whoso wealth bee limited at about 150000 Ho made It all himself and li adding to the eau sum dally T FOUND THEIR HORSE A week ago last Sunday a fellow who gavehl name as Claud Twedle and who opened a paint shop over Carton Pence store hired a saddle horse from Bruce JCar- a tel to ride as be stated down to Hub bio11 When he tailed to return by Tuesday the owners of the horse sue Pentad that there was something wrong 1aad begun to telephone and telegraph to find out the whereabouts of the man and beast Messrs Bruce It Carter had almost abandoned hope of finding their property when Eld Joseph Severance who Ilrae at Newtown Scott county Informed them that he had teen a mar load horse answering tho description t pats isle house the first of last week This proved a tins and when Mr Bruce telegraphed to Paris concerning toe stolen property an answer came back stating that the horse was In Talbotts livery stable there Mr Bruce went t Paris Tuesday and found the horse fairly good condition but Twedlo had skipped out At Paris Twedle claimed that his namo was CunilfT and that he I was a mule trader Ho offered to sell the horse to Liveryman Talbott for I7 5Ibut fell to 140 in a few seconds mado Mr Talbott suspicious and he de j dined to buy at all An hour later Twedle sent the horse bank to the ital bio by a Negro asking that the animal be kept till he called for him He had IIIcatch Twedle who It a slick crook BeI boarded at the St Asaph Hotel while hero and Manager Hardln is out sigh food and on Twe old11haapainter by trade Ho claims to have seen a great deal of the world and loves to tell about his travellI MONEY WANTED Wanted to bor row 11200 Will give first mortgage on real estate Call or address this oBlco BUILDING Mr J M Phillips and toni are putting up a residence on Logan Avenue Just back of the house In which they now live W H Brady U adding a room or two to his cottage on Mill Street and W R Denhatn will make a new house of hit recently pur chased home on tbo Huitonvllle pike Let the good work continue Saved Leg P A Danforlh of LaGrange Ua suf feted for six months with a frightful running none on his leg but writes that Bucklent Arnica Salve wholly cared it In five days For Ulcers Wounds Plies its the best valve In the world Cure guaranteed Only 25c Sold by G L Penny druggist PARK HALF BALSAM roun h bolt rnreoIfColorpu II1Qr WAGONS WAGONS We have Jntt received a car load of Old Hickory NaRan Come in dad bay one at Rock Bottom Prices L 0 GOOOH k SON- Waynelburg Ky OPENING FOR ONE WEEK MARCH 1419 1904 We will makea special effort to enter ala visitors showing them our nice RugsLaceeverything in the furniture line Having picturepicture frame Eta- PRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALERS MORELANO KY t x naucE B D CARTER BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOIID KY Special attention to Commercial lien Your patronage it toUched Horace handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection Ee D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford FOR SALEt Ten acres of land a twotory front seven room cottage Tho house Is new Aa dId garden and orchard There ii a Purge mill on tho platen a good crusher and the powerUa splendid business Everything Is tn repair hue all necessary out bulldinn The owners only reason for selling is the rush ot other business as he has extensive farming Interests to look after This prop erty Is on tho Hanging Fork about 4 miles from Stanford and can be bought at a bargain Nor farther particulars address Lytle Ky or 0LR UUOIIES Stanford Ky Public Sale Fins Suburban Hant Hear Danville will sell at public auction on the preml sea on THURSDAY APRIL 7TH 1904 At 2 oclock r tomy home place situated In county about S mile from turnpikeIIn grass the garden and Is well wa room supIplfedand berries Considering the neighborhood and proximity to town of DanvllIo It la- tlno n place for any one wanting a bright and cheerful suburban home end Is unusually well arranged and located for a trait dairy ondg arden farm TERM Of BALK =One fourth cub and balance In 1 3 and 3 with Interest rom day of sale payable semiannually Will be glad to ono or give Information by letter MARY M For- Danwma Ky ISKIETE f We are showing the now designs and materials in Ready Made Skirts and you CUll readily see the great improvement over former season styles See the values we otter at 8850 to 1500 i We expect this weeka handsome line of Sweep Skirts in all oi tho New Crepes and Voiles If we havent your specialsire we will have you one made at no I greater cost and Guarantee a PitIiRoomsEr RoomII IIItailing1IPrlng I Correct Styles for Spring 1 Terms Wo await your examination of our Spring Showings of TJftns and SJaut JfatAanatf Cl llttnyIf you desire your apparel to l car dis tinctiop and original Uptodate stylo tailoring nnd fit bal1 means see our suits Every garment portrays that vital element of style characteristic of the best custom tailoring having been made in strict accordance with fications furnished by us spcciI PayU8 a visit if only to look Smart soft Cummins a McClary I ULTRA AND BROCKPORT Fine Footwear I FOR LADIES I Is Our stock is now in and we are able to show you wo we think the newest line of Slippery and Shoes we have ever had The styles we think arh beautiful The quality you all know is the best See them in our windows I j j Cash HJIYTRoberts of 1I1I111 J I11I1 J I III HH III J 1111111 111111 III t a 4 jCacties 1lJo cordially inviio you to call and son our line ofCoremie arctiners jflso the cheaper ones jfll just in Geo H Farris Co 1 Stanford Ky t 111111111i I1111II11 I 1111111 4iitIt III Io + I II II I I I r 300 Square Feet two coats to the gallon thats what THE 8HERWINWILUAMS PAINT will cover And on a good surface it will cover more than that No paint will do better and very few paints will do as well Maximum covering capacity easiest spreading qualities longest wear and greatest economy are what we claim for SWP Its the one safe paint to use Always gives satisfaction If you want to save money in painting let us show you the way We sell paints for all kinds of good painting BOLD BY W N CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Ky tYIIEINTERIORJOURNALbattered i littaUer p bltshaTuoSo4Y 9J3A 3TrlcXvtr i AT t 1 PER YEAR CASH j fThtn BOI iopaldma00 will ceehsrg 1 0 I1 KNOXVILLE DIVISION 2tTrataeolaeNorth10tpm oaII M i220pmo25r rrr rw- i BOB QUIS 66749 j JI will stand the above splendid Jersey i bull at my place near water at f150 4 In advance Return privilege permitted j B OAMENISOII Stanford Ky J He IOONE c0e Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Gall on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Salt Will sell prtyatoty0 sell a 15 hone powor engine All In good repair sellat a bargain to close up business Will take part pay In lumber POWKU d SWEESEY Stanford Ky JaJt1 Tratjlor DIALER IK WHIskn Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc lItOarpnterDpotSTAMFORD KY Ilil Prooit ad polite attention Nothing but till bee to drink AUlt phone cr telegraph orJir receive oromptauentlonE RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All person wishing to buy or sell farms will do well to see us Wo have a number of tine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will bo pleased to show any one what wo have It you to sell place It In our bands Office at Boone Livery Stable Stanford Ky I O Nation Yf Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronae of the property owners in tu counties of lncoln and Casey who may be seeking In suranctr against ITire Lightning and Tornado None but etron est and best OldLine Com ptnietreprwentrd and the low estp ratesar guaranteed Phone Il- iStanford Kent- uckyLIVERC iTlOUBLESI a good medicine for liver dlaeaie spentylawitbdoetora tAROLINFMARTIN If your liver does not act go to your druggist and secure n o of Thedfords- BlackDraught and take a dose great family constipatedbowels alld causes a healthy secretion of bile Draulfhtwillpurities and strengthen the kid A liver invites colds biliousness chills and fever and all manner of sick NMI and contagion Weak kidney in Brights disease which claims as many victims as consumption A 25 cent of Thedfords Block keptinDlacDraulCbt excetItblehead 111 THEDFORDSBLACK f DRAUGHTS I UMBRELLAS BocoTered repairedand made almost ns good as new for a amount I can Ox your umbrella bettor than tho tramp repairers and for lest money Olvo mo a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford d W Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and Fancy HorspShoors West Main Stroh Stanford Kentucky R A JONESDENTIST p Stanford Ky OfflcAQYor Higgles do McKlnnoys Slon Telephone K 91 THE Joseph Price infirmary U open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profess atonal bills due when services are rendered and must boa paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE L WIauJl k S3W Prorg JUNCTION CITY w KY tReasonablefirstClass Turnouts Rates Special Attention to Traveling lien Orate and day For Sale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately ray farm of ll acres on the Liberty pike 3K miles from Ilustonvllle It 1s all In grass and the land Is fertile and In good shape It has on It good house ot 7 rooms a tenant house t stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address J W Rlffe Jr Tyrone O T or call on J P RIfe Huston vllle Ky L Ja L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AUO auLRS u FarnltnrcMatUns8Rngs they will Exchange Furniture for all kind of Stock Give them- a call aright STANFORD KENTUCKY J+ c4McGMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealoar In SABNESB SADDLXAT 280 Stanford Ky I GEORGE I NeGILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Ilustonvllle Ky elegantly I P 0 Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so- leited I t r Wardrobe of The Murdered Queen Draga A public auction sale of the effect of the assassinated King and Queen of Servla was bold recently in Belgrade among which the following articles constituting the wardrobe of Queen Drags were told The Inventory In cluded also the queens wedding gown of silk embroidered with myrtle bloc some Nineteen sleeping robes of silk and batiste Twentyone street dresses in various colors principally gray Five street dresses of velvet Four evening dresses in various color principally gray Eighteen silk blouses One batiste waist a la artillery lIeuteoantUINine woolen blouses Eleven different kinds of jackets Seventeen different dresslngnacquei Eight dressing gowns Three dusters Five bath robes Six various cloaks Sixteen colored petticoats Fourteen white illlc petticoats Ten white muslin petticoats Six pairs of ladles equestrienne tights Four riding habits Eighteen sleeping corsets Fifteen chemises of Servian linen gold embroidered Eleven linen chemises Twentyfour chemises ot batiste tilt ferent color- sThirtyelght silk chemises of differ ent colon Twentyfour nightgowns of silk and batiste Eighteen batsISix silk shawls ofcOne hundred and twentytwo pitre o rosilk stockings Ninetyfour handkerchiefs Fortysix towels Fourteen fans Six parasol bandies Inlaldwlth precious stones Four umbrellas Fortysix various kinds of veils Elrfht corsets Fifteen various kinds of belts One opera hat Three headdresses of silk Six pairs of knitted house In addition to the queens sllppersI cluded 23 kinds of perfumes of tooth powder and seven of the finest toilet soaps The civic wardrobe of King Alexan der which was also sold at auction con tamed the following effects One spring overcoat One black suit for ordinary wear Two black sack suits i One brown sack suit Two smoking suits One dark sack suit Two blue sack suits One blue jacket suit One Prince Albert coat Six pairs of trousers One winter overcoat Fortytwo linen collars Thirty eight various silk ties Swintyslx tour In hand neckties all made np- Fourteen suits of underwear In this was Included also the kings telephone his electric battery and three wigs Within the last few years of his reign King Alexander was get ting bald and be wore a toupee when ever be received CwdGOOD 8r11a spirits dont all come from Kentucky Their main source is the liverand all the fine spirit ever made In the Blue Grass State could not remedy a bed liver or the hundredand one ill effects it produces You cant have good spirits and a bad liver at the same time Your liver must be In fine condi tion jf you would feel buoyant happy and hopeful bright of eye light of step vigorous and successful In your pursuits You can put your liver In fine condition by using Greens August Flower tbe greatest of all medicines for the liver and stomach and a certain cure for dynpepsla indigestion It has been a favorite household remedy for over 35 years August Flower will make your liver healthy and active sod thus Insure you a liberal supply of good spirits Trial size 25ej regular bottles 75c At all druggists Care of Hands It Is not necessary jo spend a great deal of time on your hands to keep them In good condition and you will never regret spending tho little re quired Many people notice hands and form one of their first Impressions on you from the way they are kept as well as the shape Some peoples skin Is naturally red and little can be done to remedy that But they can be kept soft by using a mixture of glycerine and lemon juice In equal parts Be careful too after you wash your bands that they are thoroughly dried and wear gloves as much as possible when doing rough work or when out in the cold rIf troubled with weak digestion belching or aourstolgaeh use Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will get quick relief t For Sale by W NOralgf HYOMEI A RECORD BREAKER 0 Novel Method of Curing Ca tarrh Sold PennyIal by The popularity and remarkable sales of Hyomel have broken all records In nearly every city and town in the coun try this guaranteed cure for catarrh has given most astonishing results The leading druggists are so enthusiastic over the remarkable percentage of cures following the use of Ilyomel that with hardly an exception they advertise to their customers that Hyomel will bo sold with tho understanding that it costs nothing unless it cures In Stanford Or L Penny is endorsing It and guaranteeing to refund the money unless Ilyomel cures catarrh lie has sold a great many Ilyomel outfits and today no other treatment for tbe cure of catarrh baa as many friends in Stanford and vicinity as Hyomei It II a scientific yet common sense method of treating and curing this too common disease It sends by direct in halation to every cell of the air passages In tho head throat and lungs a balsamic air that destroys all catarrhal germ purifies the blood with additional mono and makes a complete and lasting cure of any catarrhal troubl The complete outfit costs but II and includes an inhaler medicine dropper and sufficient Ilyomel for several weeks treatment You take no risk la buying Hyomel Penny positively guarantees to refund your money unless it cures 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 tbe democratic party As circuit judge It became my duty to try a number of criminal cases which bare become a part ot the States history and at a most critical time As judge of the State fiscal court It fell to my lot to construe tbe Statutes adopted to put In force the provisions of the new constitution as well as to construe tbe present constitution whenever a controversy arose as to Its proper Construction Almost innumerable cues have burdened the dockets of my court touching tba rights ot corporations aod the exorcise of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such Irving circumstances Is left to you to determine I will be very grateful to all who feel they can assist me to secure the high position and Deice to which I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E GANTRILL John Burns and Sadie flllbert were sweethearts and at a candy pulling a few months ago Sadie lost a number tf her upper teeth end Jobn took her to a dentist and had her fitted with a new set Two days ago the pair quarreled and John demanded the teeth or 15 the amount be bad paid for them She would not give back the teeth or pay the money John got out an attach meet and deprived Sadie of her false teeth her hat her stockings and her shoes by process of law Toothless bailees and shoeless Sa die hunted up a lawyer She gave the lawyer IS and he found a statute through which she secured a writ of replevin and got the articles back to day Bellolre O telegram It Never Disappoints F J Williams proprietor of the Ham Elton Drug Co Hamilton Ohio says Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy is practically the only remedy he sells for carmps dlarrhoia and colic for the plain reason that it ever disappoints For sale by W N Craig Jesse W Sweeney raoraiBTOH Livory Fold and Sale Static Lanoaster Ky0 Uprses welltod and cared for Up to date rigs at rcasouablelrates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster KyIWm SHUOAB3 Proprietor Ckctrtc Lights In every room Refurnished and under entire New Management Dob the favorite porter meets nil trains Urge WeU lighted Sample Room Administrators Sale I As administrator of the estato of J D Murphy deceased I will at his luto restIdence near Powers Casey county Ky on WEDNE D YM nOn 16 1001 Publicly offer for sale the personal propertyibelonging to the estate consisting of nine head of weanling mules ono 3year old mule ono bay horse four years onoI cow threo calves six 100lb shoat and pigs one buggy and harness one road cart twaSbors wagons frame and bed for same and wagon harness halfIntercut In mower and rako tome plows Hod farming tools 15 or 20 barrels of corn Sate will be ut 10 A M sharp- TermsIOandundercash In band ex estates this sum a credit of six months with personal before the property Is removed from promises T F Administrator First National BankStanford ICy Capital Stock 50000 This tnstttutton was originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1851 then reorganized as the National Hank of tn 1865 and again r6urganisod uthe glut National Batk of Stanford In 1889 having had practically an Uninterrupted existence for 43 It Is better supplied now with faculties for transact lug business promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Indlylduals Fiduciaries and Car partitions Solicited IIIMOlh COUNTY NATIONAL BANK II CAPITAL STOCK 980000 m Directors J B Paxton J B Owsley B II Shanks W O Walter Ceo W Garter Successors to The Farmers Hank ft Trust Oompaay and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford No 116 ages el uoltnpraTtd Lad la 1 county Mo IH tulles 8bula Hullon Iron MoHoUln real Will sail o cubing f property la Uotolntountr No Basil fan 37erti dm11N from Man ford UOOMO fwirgood room beck porch and 1 made Uood hart soil other 1ttldlop la goon repair Out to six aId well bated to age la aillTitlea on ten in trust trees net In Ifeau ItoaihtnteomnlMloirrsaalssl bargain sod no be told at bargain CloM U Khoul and ehvrtb IMt S33 per acre Land adjoining lold for fM IDol Its Thlali a bargain No 4se am good Und Twn story six room dwelling ors awoke b Wbot 11111 rrua well weteted aed belllinge la good 1IV0dl- JOII Fela19eo No nSYG room dwelling good Uar end It acne land NiTerfalllag well sod tprlo Feaee I aid outbuUdlBn IB fair condition Owpplu lot to town nll a manually He M SMS atfft olto lanl lira Wrlatxl lota idle l rry 0 Floe Csktributary of the Nortbleek of KMHaekv user Pour vstaolceatearylsgis thitknM rIll 9- kettodxfoi IllvanaetgiWeto the tooylh ot abotccrtek A ralliadliMrrTd within Shut mites of seW property Th timber eoaiUU of akem TItle perfect win Nil or xhai on wuy tenal Ne IIIA Blr two story eight room frame dwelling IB SUnlord llaa two halla goat ftUar with oesersteSour goat arden well In ktubD rgrtUsMa on lat wbl lIDltlor II per mentb Tbe dwelling rent ror511prmooth 1bla trtr I la good repair and ran toO HwCbt far SUllO No 43Farm ITS acre ipl ndld bUrgrau land IB Lincoln ownty Two nery room au n mldno3 tenant houwa bro room for over WO bad ol stock and all olbunerrwary outbuilding all l- rritiroedlad n Clone to cburth sebMl pfl ffle IB good atcblorbood 400 am la ultlralUo rot gna aad llmtor etc Tbla U an deal country home nail roaT al nmoa place- ealNetc watered with 14 nicer failing pringitrte Prls reasonable Nlc collage 7 sere land within IS mUM 0 Stanford In rood repair fnelDg good rerlutlog well and good itllar liood Urn Mx24 imokhouM Ar Young orchard and See vineyard Hpleodld plar to nlte garden product to ulll the town a lsoo- oa4 Mien of land one tell from Bomtnet Xveutlnsertn Oolda Forty acres In cullstlon 40 arm bslabc In timber Dwell OolalaIelo roams Lat barn and all sac pleodidNo ttOO acres of last In Ford OOIIDt Xu six mlln from railroad sod aJ mlse from Arkantaa river eeantyacreeoflan is river bottom 10 fintclaa land sad In gnu Tilt land Is for sal e or erebIDlle eouatyThreebuildings each house Urn etc about the center of 100 urn Ml on county road H nilto from church school sod eestore JAYS well and well watered This ll agood tobacco ram and would lull two or there fiuillle that might waat to rom Irons tb lame neighborhood Irlni reaaonabl No 89 Twoitorr framil tiling of six room two ball V rinds Io well at door ud all otn- aacaarj ontbulldlnti a Also large black and ibedi lull ofihop and I feet wide This property will lie at a yer low rrlCIO- No tA farm of 122 acres tour mile from Stan ford on beat rIb In the county well watered enclnitgood dwelling all nttr mrr A splendid bluegrass farm and only- 2Ominuleeddrefromrountytest Owner of tn Urm d this hu ratT refused 143 p acre We irrtbUtU7W KyFrameoutbuilding I am In rest In tim bar Well ter1011 yard from potoma cbbl and church icywell on rite and In good com I IrlwKSO Mo 1louse and lot In KUnfordflr roomihall porch In the rear good venice good nelgbborbood dON to churches aad cnool Uood lor amall fam ily lrICIO IIZO No 31101110 and lot In Stanford UOUM con alum flre room Uood liable and 9 acres of land will fenced tine of pr ttlel building lot In tows room enough in front for two other cottage or a 2 front lie built to le cottage and lie made s beautiful home Will lie told cheap aa the owntr rout base money No12 rooms hall and porch necceaary outbuildings and linen Alto large two itorritoraruom 23x60 lest room supplied with counters shelves etc Wiler tn dwlllnanol dnern anclelllln SUlalllot torbackofiUire One mile froM Sanford lJulldlogi In good nd dwelllog orllllnllr COlt I16 0- paadatonoveril2oo win for laro or will root or icll acparatelv No 15231 acre term i I1Il1e of Crab Orchard Ky Hrlck dwelling 8 room two tenant bouiet two barn well und spring near dwelling Farm In state of culllTatlon 160 acres river bottom- lendgoedfenttogfruit etc Wee 37SO an scr- No4STwoilory wren room frame dwelling verauda etc Use story storeroom 20xCO two blacksmith chops tenant douse stable crib and ware hout Ever building new and ftnctug In ftnealupcl Allot the property li In Iluntonrllle Ky and we will sell It u a whole or sell prlceteiddaut eabovenogte ate rtanr No lAsplendid slock goods for This s the belt ud and nicest ant root carefully selected stock of goodt la Central Ken tucky Atplendld tradnln Unroln and adjoining counties tell the for sat and rarrltxe ant if want to go In bmlntt you cannot end a nicer tock better place or Letter trade In thia particular line oultldo of the cities welllmrrovedutwurea of Und on Jamestown road south of Dunnvllle too acres In cultivation about vs acres In timber and ml In grass A lire pew fame dwell Ins stab an old dwelling on place A new bun and waoldonesL It is welt watered and the fencing Is good On public road Price liooo teryIxworks In kitchen and family room Uood bare r Officers J 8 HOOKKU Preit 8 T UAHHIS V Pro J J McUOllKHTS W n WKARKNAut ChrIi Directors l r Reid Danville B T Harris Stanford J B Mocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnnsy M D Elmore Stanford B U Jlancbman Stanford T P 11111 Stanford Jan Robinson Hubble J II HaugjimaD Stanford J M Iettui Stanford Ed Carter Stanford 1 Officers f B H BDANK8ITresldsnl I J B OWSLEY Oathler W K imiOHT Asst Oathltn Ky esth- itbousoopJor tadUlatnatreutiWWlap liars welt butte isu x wet property TweIttonrfraratotoofMIaDdl1ldI No el KamtflUaem la Cut tawal A olddwelling twtMwg on rountr seal splendid raIs land adrlalnWessaI Nnalasmall cottacM good Urn and outbulldlngt well alaughtatourlwkuewlserhvu moneyNosere boat Wayneabar Iwelgasehoelandoagood XyOsgoedeanandethaotbnlWlsge Blsly aera In IeLshoot Ito Pineal 1609 Orchr4bMpNeFilRhfacres of teed sad hre tbry rams rtbaWdtegt ekehNo ITnaahnlfacUflD4 vela hro brwtIUePer roomWaItAntstbargain Niccottagefcoelog la good condition M seta la rdltlvatloa IDrrroj1ertrNo4T0I101TIndllsIII1D 7 rwma Janand Trand Good girden fencing and faoue IB J reatonablNo UmletrntinftalllnrcomwUI IIIboodNlnbleIanacreeIQnitNo a7Twostorytigbtram hamdwtdnnIt I rdo and barn lot This IIICIOfMIOU landbaceAaxisywatered do Will hi told at a bargiln No Two itockiot modi lor aal Her par EschangeNo M NInety atree or land otIrtes1500No land In UeKlo YDclhlloodndtermsNo 7aSt acres of good loud six room two story dwdlin well watered rood fencing Is It owelrlce olandrtpelrlrlCIONo I0T n acre of Unit two story front rot oadlIrIIen etaAtbe lace al ad crusher In mill It 10 run II nat mItflurorlaxlt demDofbuilding nw barn Wz32Bw note room 20x40 thispropeuyandfcnringcreingod netgblorhood and UwortbtlfloAlio arooJilock of general merchandlM which w cudfleasdwelUnefourlouUcUajtl hoeing good well watered cut In litItSell 93acres ln cultivation rat In blue grass thisplaceNo 24 Frame hotel large room double reran torrooDfronUn 1 ble fordw log 2 nice cottages nicely furnished papered and painted 4 room and Ttrsnda each A on ama lot used ai liver liable Hood 200fueldeepmoneyloprilloraecoun of lit wll exchangefarlarmNo411lOacres nest Jumbo 200 acres In cullU J fiveofibem 1 orchardStrumsgoodneighborhoodagurea- t J CL