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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1V VOL XXXII d STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 22 19Q4 SAM NO7 l IrtIn Memory of tHe Christian ChurcH o Crab Orchard The destructive cjclooe which put ed through our little town Sunday Fob 7 1001 UU low tbo CbrUtlan thereI1more Janice to Its srowth sod biitorjr at the urgent riqucit of the member I c have been selected to give a brief no couot ot lu put There are at pretoat only three member living here who taw lu rlo led wltoeiied Ii deitruc tlooDr J D Iettui Mr Uboda A Hlggln and Mr Kate Egbert The lot wag parobated from a man by the w llama of Oarnenln 1861 and Thomas Webb Tbn Uaollord Jake Guest and Hiram Robert were lit Ant trustees Tbe building a brick WM be 1860 and Hum1boreDrjonu Dutord Greene Mlddleton y Robert Welch and many wbo e name wo tailed to Rot but all who lived at that time gave liberally f Here Riocoon Joan Smith and many noted orator of that time pointed out the way and today at ber grief itrlck ca children weep around the last of her they can recall the hundreds brought to Christ and her rood coo only be told In tbo eternity when band ola p again whore no pmlng come Our little band I weak financially but our faith In God li strong and we look to see an other church soon stand la lu place for In Gods vineyard are no Idler and wet will work while It It vet day I have witnessed solemn scenes but the sorrow of the member of ibis church at they stood with itreamlng eye and spoke of their love and devotion to her touched me forcibly for I could not grieve at they who bad witnened the marrlager then the death service of loved one In this old structure We no home and probably will be dead before an other church will be built were the t LAND STOCK CROPS ETC W A Trlbble told to W fl Pcpplc a lCCOpouod steer for 120 McGlnnlt 8owder Ballard sold 63 hORi to Uenry Tra rlor at Ho- W H Traylor bought of W A Trlb ble Dt W Gaines and Ike Phillip a lot of 100 to 110 pound iboaU at 4lo Two Poland China boars of tbo Sun shlne Beauty breed subject to regis tor Joralo W M Orient Stanford Wo will bavo a carload of COO to 000 pound cattle at Bruce Carter pens In Stanford not Saturday 2 Uh Hoffman White k Soas 2t- J F Cook S Co sold to Dean Broi u a threeyearold jack for 1750 and to Sam Alkln of Greeniburg a tlve year old Jack for 700Lex Democrat FOIt SALE Six or eight hlgh grade COWl lame with calves others spring ers and a registered Aberdeen An gus bull R H Crow Dox 6 Shel by City Ky hThomas Dlshman one ol tbo big landowners Warren county told to C J Wagner of Monroe Nob a farm of 400 acres for 127000 Mr Wagner will wako a big cattle farm of It Twentyeight mules were sold at the Coleman stable sale Saturday averag log 8135 Granville the trotting stal lion trained by Sloan Eiatlaod bold for 12000 Oarrodsburg Democrat Lady Yclior the famous broodmare s v and dam of the exquoen of tho pacing turf Lottie Lorraine 2051 Don Co zinc 210 and Don Pizarro three yearold record 214 and seven others with records better than 230 U dead at Ceclllan Park Danville The Dolan farm seven miles from Lexington and containing 350 acres brought BOO at publlo sale Mules sold at 8150 to 8181 horses at e50 to 8285 tallch cows at 140 to 860 hogs at 85 571 lows 817 to 125 mixed hay aln ton wheat at 81 bushel lint hemp seed 82 50 bushel bolters 825 to 830 jack 8275 James Milan shot and killed Isaac Morgan at Henderson sentiments of the older while the younger member looked with fancy eyes upon a modern structure that would take Its pled Tbe Imt lesson of truth has been sounded from the old pulpit and no more will tbo member meet there to learn the way of life Tbe old boll which rang out the joyful peal on a happy wedding morn or In solemn tones proclaimed a soul had been born to die no more Is cracked and useleti ai If lu mission was to die when the church was destroyed But upon tbe o rules we hope soon to see another oberoh erected that ball do credit to the mother church now gone In the nsw we hope to tee tbe love sod harm ony prevail that alone makes a church successful May lu Influence be felt afar and its name go down tbo aisles of time at Cbrlttllke The member of the Bsptltt churoh kindly opened their doors and services are being held there but our oaod long for a homo and If these lines meet tbo eye of any mem berg afar off let them respond by tend log any help tbe can for we are poor and have oo abiding place Friends of the cause of Christ here lea cbaooo to show forth tbo love you bear the cause of Christ Dere ii the chance to tow seed for tbe Matters harvest that coming years can only calculate Respond actively and help us keep this little band together and be enabled to worship Him who glveth all thing to those who love and obey Him He will bleu all who Still with patient trust and care Work and pray work and pray Let the Matter tell ut where Work and trust and pray Be will guide ut with his eye Not a teed of truth can die Sure of harvest bye and byo We will work to day BETTIK BUCHANAN CHURCH MATTERS Rev Junlu W Miller of Shelby county will visit the holy land The Eighth district annual Christian Womens convention will be bold at Carlisle April 20 Lilt week Bishop McCloikey cele brated the 30ih anniversary of his eon secration as bishop Rev W M Wood of Barrodsburg has declined a flattering call to the Baptist church at Sbelbvvlih Red H O Morrlion bat challenged Dr Rankle of the Texas Cbrlttian Ad vocate to debate tancilflcatloo Rev P T Bale of Owensboro was elected pastor of tbe Southwottora Bap tilt University at Jackson Teen Rev F M Tinder of Lancaster will begin a two or three weeks meeting at the Christian church about May 15 Mlddlesboro News The third quarterly mooting will be held wltb MoKendreo church at Rub blo beginning with the night service Monday next 23th- Tbo representatives of the various churches In Shelbyvlllo bavo complet ed arrangements for a union revival to begin there tbo flrtt Sunday In May A tent to accommodate 2500 people has been secured and will bo put on the lot near the depot Prof Tawney has been selected to load the choir which will bo composed ot 200 members It Saved His Leg P A Daqfortb of LaGrange tia suf fered for six months with a frightful running sore on his leg but writes that Uucklena Arnica Salve wholly cured it In five days For Ulcers Wounds Piles its the best salvo in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25c Sold by G L Penny druggist 0 Industrial conditions In the firming ham district aro Improving and railroads have at last been able to supply the demand for cars for shipment of the Iron product I NEWS NOTES Mrs B C Sblpo Is dead at Cynthia na County Judge Felix J Roberts Is dead at Manchester Versailles Knights of Pythlai are preparing to put up a 810000 building Andrew Carnegie has given 850OCO to Kenton College at Ml Vernon 0 A threeyearold child of J E Howard of Barlan left at home alone was burned to death Alien P Lovejiy anllllonalro lum bsrmao was found dead In bed at bis home In Janetvllh WI At Nemtha Neb David Carroll shot and killed Miss Annie Maxwell ailed 10 and committed suicide An anti tuberculosis association has been formed at Chicago to fight the dle one by means of legislation Samuel Baugbman who broke Into the L N depot at Lexington was given seven years In tbe penitentiary Tbe dead and mangled body of Win StatefIn Cincinnati Tbe towboat M B Coble sank at Catlettsburg In 20 feet of water two of tbe crow losing their lives and entail leg a lots of 80000 A judgment for 825000 In favor of the L N Railroad Company against the First National flank of Louisville has been affirmed by tbe court of appeals A report hoe reached Che Foo from Mukden that a battleha taken place on tbe Yalu river rod that the Rus clans claim to have captured 1800 prison era Robert Kenny a wealthy young farmer of Chapman Kas shot and killed bU wife whom ho had married after a breach of promise suit by ber and then blew out bis brains Dill Garrott was given a life sentence at Uopklnsvlllo Do was one of tbe nine Negroes who murdered an unkcon man at Pembroke The other five tried wore given death sentences James McDonald was arraigned at Bedford lad charged with the murder of Mil Sarah Schaefer and plead Dot guilty Bis trial was set for May 10 and he was returned to the Bloom legion Jail- Independent telephone companies have formed a combination to estab fish direct communication from Phila delphia to Topeka Including Buffalo and Sioux City and extending over the entire State of Texas Judge Pryor overruled tbo motion for a new trial In tbo case of George B Warner for tbe murder of Pultikl Leeds In Louisville and sentenced him to be hanged April 20 An ap peal will delay the execution It 1 said that the reason for Admiral Deweys refusal to allow the members ot the general board of the navy to land at Santo Domingo was the fear that they would have to dine with tbe Amer lean minister there whols a Negro- A Now York court rendered a verdict of 812500 wltb Interest from 1001 against Russell Sage who was defend ant In a suit brought by a client who claimed to have lost 25000 because his money was not Invested by Mr Sage according to promise Daniel J Sully for the past year tbo leading figure In the cotton markets of tbe world announced Frldayilhat his firm was unable to meet lie engage meats and would bo compelled to sue peed The news created great excite meet on the Cotton Exchange In New York and there was a slump of nearly V3 a baits In prices In a few momdnta There was a similar fanaNew Or leans but at both places prices recov ered somewhat later In tbo day FIDENINPENNYS HYO MEI Not A Penny Need Bo Paid Un less It Cures You Of Catarrh Use Hyomel and be cured of catarrh says G L Penny When a prominentb- U8lne68 house like this comes out anti advertises that Ilyomoi will not cost a penny unless it does all that is claimed for it it shows what remarkable confi deoco they have in thin scientific medical treatment A complete Hyonel outfit consists of a neat inhaler that can be carried In the pocket or purse a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyouiei and costs but 11 Tho inhaler lasts a lifetime and when extra bottles of Hyomel are needed they can bo obtained for 50o- Tbistroatment does away with all die agreeable and dangerous stomach dosing Breathed through tbo Hyomei inhaler for a few minutes four times a day itimpreg nalcs every particle of air taken Into the air passages of the lungs with germkill ing and health giving balsams In this way it cures the most chronic and deep seated catarrhal diseases of tbe air pas sages and respiratory organs Tbe user is the solo judge whether Hyomtl to be paid for or not If it does not help Mr Penny will cheerfully re turn the money and it will not cost a penny IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of Dr C B Tucker of Barrodsburg Is dead A fire which started In Mrs Sam Sloat residence at Mlddlesboro caus ed a 87000 lots Mist Julia Flab daughter ot W H Fish of Wlldlc died after an lllnees of several motths The Em Tenoe ee Telephone Co will Install an exchange at Junction City There are already 50 subscrlb era Mrs Wilson Sawder aped 75 of near Pine Hill was found dear In bed Ber death was due to heart failure Ml Vernon Signal Train No 22 on the K O was wreck ed at Lowell Thursday night Trams was delayed 10 hours The accident was due to the spreading of rails Nodle Starkey who established tbo telephone exchange at London and Plnevllle died at Llttto Rook Ark The body was brought to Somerset for burialThe Kentucky Colonels 011 Co In Wayne brought In what perhaps the largest well In the county It Is lu- No7 on tbe famous Jones farm With tbo tool still In the well It Is flowing 240 barrels a day John the Baptist finding that there are fairer fields and greener pastures for plying his particular vocation In and around Lexington has decided to move to that city Advocate John used to hold out at Rowland Samuel Irwin an employe of tbe Cincinnati Southern was run over and killed In the yards at Somerset He was crossing the tracks to tbe caboose of his train when the yard engine bore down on him crushing his life out Tbo First National flank has bought ClaunchtCoa storeroom adjoining tbe bank In order to make absolutely necessary enlargement of their room to accommodate tbe large and growing business of the bank Somerset Jour nalTbe Kentucky School for the Deaf at Danville shipped lu display for tbe Worlds Fair The girl department soot many handsome designs done with tbe needle and tbe boys In tbe carpenter shop made all tbe handsome cases In which tbe designs will be shownYour attention la called to the pIc- ture description and pedigree of Dig nity Dare tbe magnificent stallion of D S Carpenter ot Hustonvllle The picture Is a perfect one of the great son of Chester Dare Read carefully the card under tbe picture and see what a fine horse we have In Llncpln county Ho stands at tbo low prlco of 820 less than half as much as tbe sea sons to other horses of his class A Favorite Remedy For Babies Its pleasant tute and prompt cures 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 serious consequences It not only cures croup bnt when given as soon at the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack For stile by W N Craig A mob of masked +ma stormed the jail at Cleveland Miss and secured possession ot Fayetle Sawyer and Burke Harris two Negroes charged with the murder of Sid Klllum The prisoners were taken to the scene of the killing and hanged from the rail road bridge where their lifeless bodies were found dangling Best Remedy for Constipation The finest remedy for constipation I over used Is Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets says Mr Eli Butler of Frsnkville N Y They act gently and without any unpleasant effect and leave the bowels in a perfectly natural con dition Sold by W N Craig 0 Dr Dudley S Reynolds of Louis villa was given judgment at Glasgow against tbe L iV N railroad company for 87750 for Injuries received while standing on a depot platform from a flying pleco of coal from a train Tbo main bulldlcg of the Henderson Woolen Mill at Henderson was burned entailing a loss of 830000 fully covered by Insurance Fire Capt James Tur I ner probably sustained fatal Injuries by a falling wall I Coy Beckham has refused to Inter fete with the penitentiary sentence of one year against George Miller con I victed ot operating a faro game at Lex ington Morlda Evans was killed by John Blanton In Bath county Blanton made an Indecent remark about Evanssweet heart end the latter attempted to resent Ito WE desire to thank our frieuds and neighbors for the kindness shown us during our little darlings Illness DAWSON BARNETT AND WIFE t I A e ow SPRING CLOTHES MENS and BOYS nn We have just received a big ship ment of them j Come in and let us show them to you it will do us good to show them and it will do you good to see them I You will find style fit and quality preeminent in these goods aaasst T D MLLES DanviiiB KB THE GLOBE I FARMERS WE HAVE A GOOD STOCK OF Northern White Seed Oats and Tim othy Seed Blue Grass and Red Top also a stock of homegrown Orcnard j Grass Our profits on the above seeds are small and we are compelled to have the Spot Cash when you get the seed Please do not ask us to ticket Field Seeds 1 Higgins MKinney STANFORD KENTUCKY f 1 1 f FACTORY IN STANFORD 1 t Do you know there is a factory in Stanford that can turn out i 85000 worth of IIAAELDENS PATENT FILTERS per year t Call and examine these filters and you will be convinced that Ifdredto catch tho spring rains it Roofing and Guttering Plumbing Furnace work or anything else that comes in the line of Tinning or Plumbing Pumps of all kinds Call up No 116 S He ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky GO TO Pennys Drug store r Base BaloR SuppHesl Mils Gloves 1ofPennys Drug Store W B McRoberts Ky GO TO r FOR LAN GARDENSEED Stanford I1 DRUGGISTI 1GARDEN WALL PAPER DRUGS READY MIXED PAINTS BOOKS AND STATIONERYr k- r h K rl E INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is a cindJiite for Sheriff of Lincoln county sub tact to the action of the democratic party GEO W DEBORD- ll a canaUat for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjtc to the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SRi 1 1 a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subJ act to the action of the democratic part- yJESSE i C LYNN Is icsndliatt for sheriff of Lincoln county subject tts action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Is csndliite for Jailer of Lincoln county sublet t the action of the Democratic party JAMES c HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the ttsocisUc party WIHERRIN- Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the tsoocratlc party SAMUEL M OWENS- Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tts action of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools sf Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo astir party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Sc of Lincoln county subject to the action of the de cratic party HON D L MOORE- of Mercer county Is a candidate for In the Eighth district to succeed Hon G G Gilbert sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party Your support Is earnestly solicited R C WARREN Is a candidate for judge of the Lincoln County coo subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES D ANDERSON- Is a candidate forAssessor of Lincoln county sub- Ject to the action of the democratic party GEORGE T WOOD- Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party m OF the delegates so far cboaen to the republican national convention Root velt bee 40 of those chosen In States that are probably republican eight In doubtful States and 00 from territories and democratic States Besides these there have been chosen 28 who are un Instructed and the majority of these are from democratic States The r publican party haint spoken very lou ly yet In fact there everywhere seemi to exjst a distrust of Roosevelt except among those he has appointed to office A MEETING of the trustee of Berea College will be held March 30 In CI cinnati to consider what course to pur sue since the enactment of a law by the Kentucky Legislature preventing t coeducation of the races The matt nay be taken to the Supreme Court and it is to be hoped that Berea Col r lege will be taken to Ohio or eo other Negro equality State Kentucky doesnt want it Toe people of Lewis county at worked up over the discovery that by an error in copying the survey of Beckham county lines over half of Lewis county including the county seat has been taken into the ne county leaving the other portion without any government They will try to secure relief through the Court of Api peals or through an extra session of the Legislature BOOKER T WASHINGTON was given a banquet in Washington but prominent Negroes refused to atten presumably on account of their opposi tion to the teachings of the colored educator The papers do not state whether or not Teddy was there but his fond flees for Booker will make many suppose he was PROCEEDING on the hypothesis that a thief li prepared to kill when he goes tltoa mans premises to steal If necessa 4ryto attain his object the Fayette grand jury said that the man who kill e a thief in the act Is guilty of no crime sod the rest of the people will say Amen AT the recent session of the General u Assembly 777 bills were Introduced 257 In the Senate and 620 In the House Only 140 were passed The Iota amount of appropriations made was 1442000 while requeats for 417000 additional appropriates were refused TUB Lexington Democrat of yester day contained apicture and moat com plimentary writeup of Judge M C Saufley ot this place who will beJudge A R Burnama successor The judges friends here appreciate the kind words said about him TilE following Washington dispatch shows how thick Bookerand Teddy are Booker Washington remained at the White Bouse until midnight It lathe longest call on record at the home o the nations executive THE republicans of the Tenth Geor gia district have nominated a Negro k barber for Congress but he will not get In even by a close have 1OURcorrespondents Tiaye struck A t I least not a single one sent In a letter for this Issue POLITICAL Gov WarQeld of Maryland approv ed the Jim Crow bills Congressman Owsley Stanley was re nominated without opposition in the Second district Henry B Ware ot Frankfort has been elected secretary of the State Capitol Commission Judge Jarvis is too ill to hold the Pulaski court and Gov Beokham hat appointed Bev V Smith George Fred Williams of Massachu setts has confirmed his advocacy ot Beams presidential nomination Charles W Thompson represent tlve In Congress from the Fifth Alabv toma district died In Washington of pneumonia The Governor vetoed the bill author zing tho payments ot County Olerka for recording the school census at the rate of two cents a word The Senate bill to submit to the peo pie ao amendment to the Constitution to return to the viva coco systcmof vot lag becomes a law the signature of the governor not being required The republican steering committee at armeeting in Washington decided to pass the appropriation bills laCoogre- and to side track as far as possible all questions likely to engender party strife The nomination of Gen Leonard H Wood to be a brigadier general was confirmed In the Senate by a vote of 45 to 10 Senators Klttrldge and Scottat votemoagainst Wood It has developed that the conference of Republicans at Covlngton Saturda night was for the purpose of about harmony between the two fac tions of the party by placating former Governor Bradley who It Is said will rtbe made a delegate at largo to the National Conventlpn Both bouses of Congress will devot- the present week to the consideration of the appropriation bills nearly al of which have been reported from tho committees The Pension Bill will be of more than usual importance because of the additions that may be necessary on account of the recent executive order Gov Beckbam bee approved the bill making chicken stealing a felony the bill authorizing owners or trustees of seminary property to dispose of It and the bill continuing the State Dental Association Ho also approved the Se ate resolution appropriating money opeDlogdHERE AND THERE In a fly of jealously Mrs William Greenfield of Del Moines Ia killed herselfnRobert Leelaod an actor of Jiomo reputation committed suicide In De- le troll by asphyxiation rCity schools have been closed at Delevan Wla on account ot an epl demlc ot scarlet fever meThe small daughter of William Dem aree of Canaan Ind swallowed a ring and died In convulsions Berlin powder mills are being ruche- e to their capacities getting out powder for several Governments A member of tbo Russian genera1 staff convicted of selling military so crets to Japan has been executed- w Cashier Atkinson of the Miami County Bank at Amboy Ind was shot and seriously wounded by burglars who had blown open the safe Kentucky coal operators and miners will meet In conference In Louisville Thursday to fix the wage scale small increase is probable thd as rccever He thinks the receivership will be terminated before a great while The death rate In Louisville for the week ended Saturday was only 03 compared with 102 the week before and 127 for the previous week Six telephone companies aa the re suit of a conference In Indianapolis have reached an agreement for a unl form toll rate over all lines covering a dozen States Prof Haman who recently made a rough census of the Jews of the worldI concludes that there are now nearly 11000000 in Europe and 8000000 out side of Europe The United States hass 1000000 The United States on behalf of Japan 1will ask the Russian Government to deal kindly with the Japanese noncom batants who have been left In Siberia and to enable them to make their way beck to Japan Prof Charles W Gayloy head of the English department of the Untver airy ot California told the coeds ot his poetry class that If God Almighty or tho Angel Gabriel wrote a poem It would not Interest them The construction of the Shelbyvllle line ot the Louisville and Eastern eleo trio road will bo postponed on account of the Invention of a device for apply log electrical power that will reduce ftbe coat ot constructlpp 25 per cent according to the claims made for It The annual meeting of tbo American I Tract Society was held Sunday In Washington Speakers told of the progress made in tbo distribution of Christian literature In all parts of the 5worldstated Is additional funds to supply lIteratUre Ie foreign languages YATRIMOIhALI tha Christian both aged 60 a prominent Mercer county couple drove to Perryvllle and wero married The engagement ot Miss Eltso Cas tleraao of Louisville to Mr Elmer Ralley ot Lexington Is announced the wedding to occur April 20 Miss Cam tleman is a daughter ot Gen John B CasttemanIi Commissioner Vreeland has Issued tho followlpg crop report for ieotu- ky 0IOwing to drouth last fall and late seeding of the wheat crop It was In bad condition to stand the long cold winter Consequently the report comes from all parts of the State that maIterlallsprint summer can n cerealjWInterover same cause Grasses and clover have also luifured j and the present condition will not ex ceed 60 or 60 per cent of an average plaot10J i p Working Overtime eaEight hour levee are ignored by those tireless little workersDr Kings Now Life Pills Mil lions are always at work night and day curing Indigestion Bill oneness Constipation Sick Headache and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubj lei Easy plewant safe sure Pennys drug elated Produce Wanted I youthge Feathers Hides Fur Iron Brass Etc Hall at NORTJICOTT d THOMAS Stanford Commissioners Sale 0LINCOLN OIROUIT COURT PlffsIJoe F WATIUS J Deft ofteundenlKnedCommlqloner will on MONDAY APRIL II 1904 reltularcourtdayof the Court Roma door In Stanford Ky andbeaterty for the purpose of satisfying the afore f al31 1003 until paid together with the coe u fet0r conlistingI power one foot and the In the newspaper and Job departments and all whlehbelntpnrchuerJ Oommlulonebearing1 date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may Issue maturity if not paid O B 8AUFLEV M O L 0 0 Real Estate Bargains Also a 50 barrel mill in Mercer county uptodate ing with Improvements and 20 acres of line t0dAlso 11 acre of Florida land In Mann plactleavIng i room house and orange peaches pean plums grapes all bearing and 0 acres inother tde with 8 room one story house or angoe peaches pears plums grape bear Ing All far 82tOD or the 8 acres for 11800 and the S acres for 11100 325 acres tn Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about CO acres cultivated about 125 In timber and grass and about 150 In grass Timber on place Is cut to 1 ahlngtes teatA I each and one store of two stories with rooms above has wells and springs of water Is in 2 miles of county seat and grows tobacco i corn wheat grass etc tor I2JOO One hst cubA Bullltt county Ky farm of IPO acres with good 2story house metal roof barns water etc 110 acres of timber that will makd ties staves barrel timber will grow wheat earn tobacco etc OAI- i 12000 H cub Place baa 800 fruit trees 171 acres H mile Bardstown Junction Bullltt county Ky 120 acres cultivated balance In timber good three room house with hall new log barn smoke house wood hones line well good springs and running water two orchards three house Is u beautiful farm and prodnctlnI cheap for 13500 13000 cash In one two and three years 122 acres threemllea of WIIHsburg Wash- Ington county Ky 116 acre cultivated 8 acres In beech timber well cistern springs orchard IK story six room frame house cellar barn cribs wood house moke home hen house school on the farmIThis Is a good farm worth the money 11250 cash balance one and two yean No 75 150000 acres of cotton land In Mississippi There Is no section of country whiCh often so many opportunltJeI lor profitable Inveslment ntheslpPl Delta which II now fitl described n Pros arlryValley The timber II becoming more able all the time for the reason that lumber peopleJ oftimWrllutdlminlshing t timberral purposes It will produce a bale of cotton to the Inthegives a yield whlchcannot te excelled taxes are lowl 1anJIIveslmentvide Into tracts ranging from 40 urea to the tract 10d 17000 acres to the tract and prices from S3 per acre to iota per acre according to location etc We landstosubdtopriornotifiedNeywillfor the purchaser to make an Investigation About 11000 acies of this land has been told by the Com rarIIcul4rscountycypowerthe t todate teller mill with butte for corn gadumeal bolt The engine Is of 7 years run wltbthecas4RaBae I s CoStaaord A IFOR SALE I acres a two front seven Asplendidmill on the place a good crusher and t powerIiv splendid builncM Everything Is In g ItTherush of other business ai ho has extend farming interests to look after This property Is on the dancing Fork about 4 from Stanford and can be bought at a bargain For further particulars ren 8 U Thurmond Lvtle or L ItlicuiiM Htanfod Ky M HRUCK D n CAnTER i BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Stable IDepot Street STANFOIID KY Special Attention to Commercial Men IYour patrcnageis lollclted Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connections E D Peyton DEALEK IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford OPENING FOR ONE WEEK MARCH SISO 1QO4 We will make a special eflort to rnter lain visitor showing them our nice new line ol Cat pet Mattings Ruga Lace Curtains Window Shades and everything ia the furniture line Having plyor picture frames Et- cPRUITT BROS UNDERTAKERS and FURNITURE DEALE- RMORELAND K- YCommissioners Sale LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT R C WARB kc I 1IITs nOEO S OOODBS Admr ie Delta ordertt Lincoln Circuit Court tho undersigned Muter Commissioner of the Lincoln Olr cult Court will oD- MONDAY APRIL II 1904 the regular coon day of tho Lincoln Oonn ty Court about the hour of 12 m In front of the Court House door In Stanford Ky sell at public auction to the highest and beat Udder the following real property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the said judgment The said real property consist of two tutu of land sltu ated In on the waters of Neals Greek and bounded and described as rollover lit tract Bounded on the North by tho lands of 8 n liaughman and McRonerU on the East by the lands of John llrlght and D W Vando eer on the West br the lands of Daniel Manuel on the South by the lands of John Bright and Wm Stratton and t 21 acres 2nd tract beginning at a poplar slum p and running South thence down the branch- to a fence which runs straight up the hill South to Vandeveerf line thence West to beginningaThe amount necessary to realize from this sale li tit 20 and the cat of this action Costs to present date 111 IS TRR518A credit of 6 months the purchaser being requited to glee bond for pur chase money with approved personal so curlty payable to the Commissioner and bearing Interest Trom date of alp a lien being retained on land O B 8AUKLKY M 0 L 0 O Notice of Election Regular term Lincoln County Court held Feb 8 1904 Hon Jatces P Dailey presiding Georgetspiritous vlnus or sold bartered or loaned id the town of Hustonville Ky The written petition of Gee D Weath Linfcoin county Ky on the a6th day of March 1904 to lake tho sense of the legal voters in said town who are qualified to vole at an election for county officers up apitjtouyor tered or loaned therein having been received by Jas P Bailey Judge of the Lincoln county court on the z6th day of Jan 1904 and having been filed in the open court an order notifying its said tiling having been entered in said court a special term of said court held on the aOth of Jan 1904 tho matter came up for hearing upon said petition and the proof and it appearing to the court from the petition and the proof heard that the said petition was signed by the parties whose names appear there and that each one of them are legal votes in said town and qualified to vote at an election for county officers and it also likewise appearing to the court that of the said petitioners 34 in number are legal voters of town of Hustonville and sa it therefore appearing petitioners of said town are more the Twentyrive 25 per cent ot the voles part in town at the last proceeding general election sad that the ers have in all respects complied with the aw It ts therefore and adjudged the Court that an election be held in aid town of Hustpnville on the aOth of March 1904 tor the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vote at an elec lion for county officers upon the proposl tion whether or not spiritous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned M S Baughman Sheriff of Lincoln county is hereby directed to open a poll at each of the voting precincts to wtVot I ing precincts NO1 and 2 in Hustonville Kyon day of March 1904 fart the of taking the sense of egalvoters in said town who are qualified vote at an election for county officers upon tho proposition whether or not spiritous vinous or liquors shall bold e or loaned Attest GEO B COOPER Clerk Lincoln County Court copy r s Larger and Better neOur w lino is larger nod loUor this season than ever before aso tl Mohnire Voilce Etnm tlC Honictpuns nUll Serges in theinewest hades t Our lino of Silks ftro the lost tobo hart Wash Silka 27 inches wide nil colors GO canto per yard iO inch iMcto all ofI colors HO touts par yard Fine lino of yardWide Tnflcta Peau de Soir and Cliantungs- Lnilioa Mutttn Underwear A large took rondo nUll trimmed nlcoly from 10 eonU to 1 gannonta- Vo nro showing n largo Hurl well selected lino ot Co1i01erWash Cowls Whtto bood4 Torcnlo Cheviot iWak Notions Moue FurnUhug IIat8 Kto OWSLUY BLOCK WATCH OUR ADS GRAND LEADER r r Me Be Levy 8 Co S B Levy THE Chas Wheeler Emporium HUSTONVILLE KY ANNOUNCES A FULL LINE OF Spring Summer Goods IINEVERY DEPARTDiENTI THEIR MILLINERY OPENING ON March 31and April 1 WILL BE THE EVENT OF THE SEASON TO WHICH ALL ARE IN VITED Heaters Get our prices on Heat ers bfore you buy Lamps left from at low prices JOHN BRIGHT JR CO hhhh A t SPRING CLOTHING Wo are now bhowing a complete lino of Mens Clothing from yr tbo best manufacturers in the country All have tho nonbrcakablo Taiiorttgoooden r need of goods to como anti ece our line We take pleasure in l showing our goods I W E PERKINSvtCrab Orchard Kentucky PARKERS BALSAMCleans fen rail to Ileitora O y YOIODrauandLal l Dninbu WAGONS WAGOMS We have Just received a car load of Old Hickory wagons Come in and buy one at Hock Bottom Prices L 0000CU dt SON Wayneibur Uy D Few Xmas very FOR SALE A lot of wire fence posts and stakes onIStanford and Ottorholm pIke- WUlTE DAVIS I A S PRICE isrgeonDntiit Stanford Ky MHSTW OwdsyBaudiat w 1 Belts Bolts groin great demand and we have the nwest Crush Silk Crush Leather Gilt and Silk bulls atS6o to 8160 GlovesKid Glove In Black White and colors at 75c 81 and 81 O- We bnvo the beet double finger tip Ailk gloves in black white null colors nt 60o wo have ever shown Hair Pins t hack Combs Side Combs Largo Hair Pins Roach Combs in great variety 1 Carson Room THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KY MAIL 22 190- t BRING your preicrlptlont to ut Our I cbeck back method of filling them exoludca all poiilbllltle of ad error Wo promise to Oil them correctly and 2 to uie the very hen of material or w will not fill them at all Penny1 Drug Store PERSONALS MRS JACK GOOD haibeen very 111 Miss KATE KENNEDY continues 111 Cot W G WELCH U thought to be better J C BAILEY ppnt yesterday In Lex la too Mns W C SHANKS continues to 0 ImproveW BUROU spent leveral dayi at Crab Orchard MR J A ConuiNKY li up after a stayiIt up from Louis MIss PEARL of Huttonvllle I wan with tottl C M Rico MRS ED WILKINSON and children are with her parent In Casey FRBD EICUENIIEROBR of Sao Fran clioo Ia with bit parents hero fMR L B GIVENS was up from Har rodiburg Sunday to too hit mother MRS WILLIAM FIELDS It vliltlog t tre J HIBrownlog at Ulvlngiton 7 DON JOHN T HAYS of Laneattor wan hero for a short whllo yesterday GEORGIA little daughter ot Mr an Mrs J W Perrlo U III of ppeumonla MRS JAMBS A BEAZLEV ot Lancas ter spent yesterday with relatives here MR B D PEYTON li sick sod Mr 1 W Q Brady running his itoro for him r McKENZIE BROWN of Mt Vernon Wu the guest of hli mother Mre Clot 0 Brown DR FAYETTE DUNLAI and Miss Lu I olle Cooper were here from Danville Sunday 1 MRS BENEDICT SPALDINO of Lobs non was the guest of her father Col- T P Hill Miss LAU Modlile arrived from LoultvlIlo yesterday to take a position with John P Jones Miss MARY VANARSDALE attends the receptloo at Hamilton College Lex d Ingtoni Friday evening MRS M E PRcrrr of Moreland 4ltb her parentt Mr sod Mr B Cnaocellor at Walnut Flat ts MR JUNE H HOCKER and Mill Hel leaQocker of Hutlonvlllf were hors Sunday to hear Bro Barnes II WM MCALLISTER mother and si ter Mill MQllle McAlllitcr have moy t ed from Moreland to Lexington Mlsl1 SOStE MILLER who hat beer visiting Miss Lola Totton returned her home la LouUvlllo Saturday- J T EMORY and R C Engleman Jr are back from Hot Springs where they were benefited by the bathe MRS NORA M GOODKNIOHT baa re turned from Butte Mont whore the has been for her health for some time Miss OALLIB HORTON or this office fe spending the week with her pa rents u in the Eau End end It enjoying a well tamed ret MRS C H PAINE and little daugh ter Miss Sara Paine of Boston are with the former parents Mr andt Mn W PTate A LITTLE ion hat arrived at the home of Mrs Allen Burrli of Denver Col The mother was Mill Mary Car peeler of Huttonvllle MRS E H BEAZLEY and little Josephine Beazley and Mrs 0 V Tucker wont to Nlcholasvillo pester t day to visit their sister Miss ORA ENOCH has been too III for several days to appear before her olaai ee at tho Hlgb School Sam M Owens i of Lincoln was In the city several day i returning from his Beaver Creek oil l property Somerset Journal lION BRECKINRIDQE JONES who was to Louisville Friday is a Kentuok lan who hat risen to the top In St Louis with unusual rapidity Ho went out there only a few years ago but In that time he has become ono ot the most prominent moo in the western city Holt a loyal Kentuckian and comes back to hit native State when he can Be li also one of the KeotuckyII the World Fair CourierJournal LOCALS k READ tbo real estate column this lei sue a WE have tbo latest In cooking waro Ceo H Ferris CoeI JOIN THOMPSONS show Around 1the World In 80 Mlauteba been for May 7 CiiKAi feed until April 1 Corn on ear or chatted at OOo per bushel hay 40 to G3o por 100 pounds J tl Daughma- o Co A Five YEAROLD daughter of O A feint of Rowland died Saturday of bronchial pneumonia and was burled Sunday I STOKE ROOM Fott RENT Tbo toro room In the INTERIOR JOURNAL build log occupied by C Roceniteln Co r In for rent Apply at fhb office or write to W P Walton Lexington TUB Auld Society of the Christian church of Crab Orchard wll1 have an exchange and auction at II oclock Saturday April 24 Col J Chandler will be the auctioneer IOET Withers Furniture Coa prices on carpets matting rug etc before you decide on floor covering Remember It Is not what you pay per yard for carpet but bow many dollar It take to cover the apace TWO of the good and wboleiome law of the loialon were put on the astute boob through the error of the young statesman from Lincoln county Mr J M Alvenon They are tbo bill more clearly defining vagrancy and to break up the loafing of Idle Negroe o pen aloes for flourishing or waiving weep on on or In passenger coaches Frankfort Cor Lou Time FOR ASSESSOR George T Wood ooo of the cleverest moo In the county and a democrat tried and true an nounce In tbU lime his caodldacv for assessor Do come from tbo Demo critic itrooebold of Bubble whore his o exceedingly popular and from which section he will get a routing vote Mr Wood It one oftbeboriln the trenches and the chance are ha ho will cut a considerable figure In th race for atiotior of Lincoln count He It popular with all clane II ae honest M the day are long and a good man to every way PROMOTED Mr Homer a Wray who hat creditably managed the sal phone exchange hero for several years has boon given the exchange at Nlch olaivllle where same 400 phones are now In usesIt Is a decided promotion and a moat deterring one Mr Wray la an exceedingly accommodating cloy er young man a splendid citizen and our people will giro him and hie excellent wife up with much regret Th ot0omorrow go the best wishes of their host of friends Mr n H Jonoi of Lexington who come wallrecommended at a gentleman will tucccod Mr Wray and It I greatly hoped that he will retain Mrs Pattle flays and Miss Mary Bruce as operator and Mr John F Engloman ae general outside man It would bo hard for him to fled assistants wh would do their work better or bo moro acceptable to the patrons of the ex occuIpy cottage on Main Street KINO Only a few weeks ago wo chronicled the death of Mr W H King and now we have the sail duty of announcing the death of his half sister I Miss Martha Pearl King which occur red at her homo on the Danville pike at 030 Saturday evening About three weeks ago the returned from fender lonvllle N 0 where she bad been for health Tbo climate there did not ben eat her and when ibe arrived at homo It was readily apparent that her opa was not far off She grew tuwrfuly weaker and weaker until the final sum mom came Miss King was a daughter of Mrs S H King and hen was a beautiful Christian character She was 32 year old and had been a member of the Chrltttan church einceamerochlld Her death la an exceedingly sad one being out down In lIfo when she had eo much to live for but God moves la a mysterious way fle wonder to perform and Ho called her for service In His own vineyard Rov J W Hagln preached a short funeral discourse at the grave In Buffalo cemetery at2oclook yettorday afternoon attar which tho body was laid to rest in the presence or large concouno of friends I LITTLE ACCESSORIES Little accessories to n ladies wardrobe are things we dont forgot when buying goods Our stock of Hosiery Gloves stock Collars Bulgarian Sets Planers Collars Ilnnon Cope Collars Combs Hair Pins Bolt etc arc the newest designs nail the best values to be found anywhere Lace Curtains 25 Now Patterns and styles Just in dow Door Drapery and Panels juet In See the now Bonito Famine Curtain SEVERAIfCE 8z SONTWO STORES tbd I FOUR refrigerators for tale cheap J T Jones I FRBSII supply of Llquozpne at Pen age Drug Store Oballik Flour at 10 per IBALLARDS Gray I netner ruttt out Geo H Farrl Co I LADIES suits specialty thlweele Let us short you whether you woof to buy or not Severance fc Son TUB AldSoolety the Pro byterlan church will meet with Mr MattteWltbenat 230 Friday after noun DKST all wool Ia carpets cut to match without waste and sewedatarn Q figures quoted by other firms In roll withers Furniture Co + EarnPt e rooms good barn and garden Mr Dora Martin Rowland Ky WE are pleated co announce the er rival of our dressmaker and confidently hatless that we are prepared to render you excellent lervlce JobnPJone NOTICE thosebaying agates the mate of Mrs Elizabeth Crutcbtleld deceated will preleoubem- to me properly verified L R Hughe i admr D U PORTMAN of Liberty will shortly open a general store In tbo Jas Hutton storeroom at Moreland Hot s en experienced merchant and shoal d do well ItRO BARNBS preached 6b last sermon In Stanford last night and to morrow ho will go to Richmond and af tor spending the night will go on to Ir vine and hold a weeks meeting Good crowd have hoard and enjoyed hie preaching and his eojourn has beet pleasant both to the good evangelltt and his friends Wo Nape he will be pared to make Stanford another vlttt Estatc e cooymills stocks of goods otc alto severs options on good property out of to JState chief of which li 150000 acres cotton land la Mississippi An Inyest moot In leads to Mississippi lure to realize you enormous profits Call at our office end examine the Hit of our property that does not appear In tble luau Wo are In touch with Louis vllle St Louts and Virginia real ea tate firms and property placed In our heads to tell will alto be advertised br bona firm buefneeron to on pa day when tome 810000 or more 1 a left there by the pay train The WM there Saturday afternoon and 120 numerouasa quarters are at of tho merchants were doing butlnett act the majority of them were at busy aa beet The loading firms of Livingston eaod drugs otc 1 Whitehead Baker general merchan sites L R Davit general merchan due John Mulllnt restaurant John Pope butcher and grocer and George Owen butcher The amount of buil nest they do In surprising and the stock carried by some of them would do credit to texas many times Living ttoni ilze Three hotels there do a tbrivingIbuslness butthe Eight Gables Fullins Francisco proprietor has tho largett patronage It hat 60 or 75 tofu lar boarders and Its transient trade I e good Mr Francisco used to run tbo Frith Hotel at Broadhead and his rep utallon aa a mine host li A1 Isis Ingaton It building up and la already the largest town In Rookcaatlo Many Livingston people think the court house should be moved there Mrs Susie Mulllot widow of the late Champ Mulllnt Is one of tbo pioneer citizens of the place and one of the wealthiest Besides owning A big hotel she has other valuable real estate and It con atantly adding to her holdings Wm Stanley has charge of the telephone exchange which It rapidly growing Hit bright little daughter IB the opera tor The L N depot it a busy with IK oouble crow of train dispatchers Matter of Trains and his a other oHIcers ot the com poop Thero It not an hour day or night that thorn are not a dozen or more men at work In the building SEE our Bavarian dinner sets Goo H Ferris it Co BUY tbo Model Steel Range of S P Gray Stanford JOE JORDAN the none buyer w1l1 beat Beazloys liable today BRINO your butterand to S P Gray Stanford and get the highest market price RE CLEANED milleteel North ere toed oats cheap for cash J B Baugnmao fc Co 160 gold fish for talc Two fish and half gallon jar for 60o Fern belle boa J O Thompson Lancaster Ky I TUB Prultt Bros of Moreland have decided to continue their opening of Spring and Summer furniture carpets etc during this week See their ad II I MRS COY seed about 30 died of con tumptlon at Moreland and was burled Sunday She recently moved with her husband to this county from Bourbon TUB oldfellable nursery firm of D F Blllenmeyer Son of Lexington makes its annual Spring announcement this Issue Read It and If you peed trees shrubs etc write tbeabove firm for prices VanAndaleadayof stomach trouble A wife and three children survive him Be was the fatherinlaw of Mr Sam C Lack ey formerly of this place and was a warm friend of Mr H C Ruplry Tho burial will occur this morning SHELTON Rev William Shelton Jr too ol Dr William Shelton and brother of Ma J C McClary of this place died at Nashville Saturday morning of kidney trouble aged 48 A wife and grown ton survive him Bo had recently accepted a call to preach at Nashville and moved to that city from Kansas City His tether was at hit bedside when death came be bay log been called to Naibvllle Thursday Senator McCrearyt bill for a 10000 elevator for the Richmond Kv federal building has peeved tbo Senate Col Thomao J Smith commanding officer of the Third Kentucky regiment Is dead at Bowline Green U IB believed In Parlt that a triple alliance has been formed between Ja Chloe cod Korea sulcidvlFOR SALE porchecisternhouse stable and bnrgy shed with 5H acre of land on Danville street 34 of a mlo from court house Just outside of town llminund within 400 yards of graded school For Information applY to Ii J MROUERTB Stanford Ky Blue Grass Nurseries Spring 1004 Trees by the million Fruit and Orna mental Shrubs Orelxrtees Asparagus toryStrawberry and enerat catalogue on appll SowrGET YOUR BUGGY PAINTED I wl h to announce to the people of Stan carenlture tore In connection with Carson Pence buggy establishment where I will be pleased to give estimates on carriage and alga painting Satisfaction guaran lead Yours for business A GOODR10U Stanford Ky POSTEDWe whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting flhlng or any kind of tres on our place and will prosecute rlolatorstothefulloxtentottbelaw T A Rice Dr J O Oarpenter J M Carter Sr W E Amon George Dolmci J 0 Neal P W Carter Fred VnnOruenlgan J Nevln Carter Fred VonAllman Fred Bauman Albert VonGrunenlgan J Z Spoonamore T M olrne H F Newland J B Camenlscb Peter Balmer W n Johnson ldrs Mary Givens David Stephen mm en M White and wife V Carson H P Ilawkln Mn Mary E Welch It A Lawrence Frank Oordler WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS Elrods Art Gallery of Louisville Kyle bo here for a SHORT TIME ONLY Expert photographers of liable end Children Six Little and one Button Photo 35c Six Elegant Card Photos SOc and 75c Six Tina Panel Pbqtos OSo Superior Cabinet Photos JSOO to 100 a dorm Everything finished bathe PERMANENT PLATING PROOE88 and warranted not to fade You are Invited to call and Inspect our elegant Sam plea at XIptOdate Photos Buttons Medallion ELMORE BUILDING MAIN STREET STANFORD KY SHORT TIME ONLY Neckwear Turnovers at lOe to 50c Lace collars at 10 to GOc SB dif lorent styles of Neckwear at She Mt Hellick Patterns 18 inch 28 inch 36 hash also satin Unmask by the yard Coronation Braidand Torpedo Broil Luster and Plain Flosses all colors and Grecian Silk Floss Laces See our new ecruo tacos sor trimming waists and sleeves This bids fair to bo the biggest lace season in years t I SHOEFOR SEE If there is one in which I n Dust be more par 1 than it is the I t r w t I are the i are and tha- I has toj be and this time wo have been so j p and nsk the to our t n Now bo And see Big r nner Seal i 1 Some of all kinds Como and try them I Our v to your friends I And try these 1 For wo are them come the ladies I its So come early From 2 to 8 1 H CO i i Ir 300 Square Feet Loader Room II Famous For Fit OXFORDS 250 BOOTS 300 Spring Styles Cummins a McCiaryIl BOYS CLOTHING thing merchant ticular another selection ofIYOUNG MENS CLOTHINCI Mothers particular children particular merchant especially mothers inspect stocklHIJI MROBERTSl Stanford Myf eureJPackage goods treat- Wantyou bring goods introducing Everybody especially Remember FREEIGEORGE FARRIS Stanford Kyf Itwo coats to the gallon thats what I I THE SHERWINWILLIAMS 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 longestI wear and greatest economy are what we claim for SWP Its the one safe paint to use Always gives satisfactionIIf you want to save money in painting let us show you thetway We sell paints for all kinds of good painting I SOLD BYrwits l 1 W N CRAIG Pharmacist Stanford Myi dIVJ THE INTEHlOfi JOURNAL JCnUred n the pottogice at Stanford at iassat- lerlwblLlsaTaia9r i aaaSs2dsa9s T SI PER YEAR CASH N Whan not 0pldeaoo1ll beeharged I 0 IKNIIXYILLE DIVISION 1233pm 12nlI1 1pll1230111 BOB QUIS 66749 AJOO I will stand tho above splendid Jersey InaldfnncO Returnprlsfegesrp1Cmtted j B OAMENISOH Stanford Ky J H BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal PertabiB Engine and Saw Mill For Salt Will soil privately Will also sell a 15 horse power engine and boiler AH In good repair Will sell at a bargain to close up business Will take part pay In lumber POWELL SWEINEV Stanford Ky I o1 TraitorDL18 IN Whlskn Brandu Wines Beer Clears Etc Carpenter House Close to Depot STANFORD KYI Nothing but tbe beta drinkaMaltlphoasecr telegraph orders receive prompt attention H Ca RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Good WarrantedFit Give Him a Call LUTES BOONE CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing brayor sell farm will do well to see us We have a of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farm- for sale and will be pleased to show any on what we have If you to sell place It In QUI hands Office at Boone Livery Stable Stanford Ky I R B Md6ooyr insuranci f fluent KentuckyI Tryror UeaUh i 222 South Peoria St CHICAGO ILL Oct 7 1902 j Iwus so ill- that1waecompelled to lie or sit down nearly all time Jly stomach was so weak and upset that I could keep nothing on and I vomited I greatpainthroat s were raw and sore The doctors pronounced it disease I consumptionIt they called it and I had no desire to live A sister visited me from St Louis and asked me if I had over tried Wine of Carduu I told her I had not and she bought a bottle I believe that savedmy life I believe many women could save much suffer ing if they but knew oUts value JrtDont you want freedom from pain Take Wine of Cardul and make one supremo effort to be well You do not need to be a weak helpless sufferer You can have n womans health and do awomans work in life Why not secure a bottle of Wine of Cardui from y druggist to dayWIHEa CRDUI s UMBRELLAS I Recovered and repaired and made almost I ai ODd as new for a amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairer and for less money GIve me a I trial FRANK ATKIHS Stanford d W Wallace Zi Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Horso Shoots West Main a UNt Stanford Kentucky I ReA JONES DENTIST Stanford KyITHE Joseph Price Infirmary Is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for consultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profess atonal bills due when services are rendered and must tpaid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE SWBtfBSaS5JTPrfln JUNCTION CITY KY firstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Bale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to tell privately my farm of 130 acres on the Liberty pike miles from Ilustonvllle It Is all grass and the land Is fertile and In good shape It has on It a good house of 7 rooms a tenant home two stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address O W RUle Jr Tyrone O T or call on JP Ride Huston villa Ky J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers I AUOOBAIBSJI irnfurcMattingsRuge 8- will Exchange Furniture for all OivethemeSTANfORD KENTOOKT J+ V1cCLNMY VrTRERiTAXEB EMBALMER And Dealear In SABNESS SADDLES 0 Stanford Ky GEORGE I Ne GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST DustonTllle Ky elegantly P 0 Agency for firstclass Laundry Newa Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so li ited Sentence Sermons Sorrow It only our side of tbelr joy Circumstances cannot stunt the soul Misery IB not a eynonym for morality Love Is always a door Into largcrllfe Lofty souls never despise lowly ior viceThe little vim to religion is worth a lot of vision There are solemn sinners as well aa solemn saints Heart keeping Is the secret of happy housekeeping The selfconceited are bound to suffer from solitude Lessons arc for our learning rather than our liking He who rebels against conscience ruins character Goods are among the least of the re wards of goodness Suffering should leave a legacy of ability to sympathize Mon of shiftless habits are never of immovable character It Is no use singing aunshlno if your life is all moonshine The man who resists a tendency will not have to regret a habit The true man never lets his living stand In the way of hit life No good ia found In a difficulty by the man who crawls around it The only effective criticism of a poor religion Is the creation of a better one Chicago Tribune Proper Treatment Pneumonia Pneumonia Is too dangerous a disease for anyone to attempt to doctor himself although ho may have the proper remedies at hand A physician should always bo called It should be borne In mind however that pneumonia always results from a cold or from an attack of the grip and by the proper treatment of these diseases a threatened attack of pneumonia may be warded off There Is no question whatever about this as during the 50 years and more that Cham berlains Cough Remedy his been used we have yet to learn of a single case of a cold or attack of the grip hating resulted in pneumonia when this remedy was ustd It is alto used hy physicians in the treatment of pneumonia with the best results Dr W J Smith of Sanders Ala who is also a druggist says of it I have been tolling Cnam berlains Cough Remedy and prescribing it In my practice for the past six years I use it in cases of pneumonia and have always gotten the best results II Bold by W N Craig Further evidence of extravagance and mismanagement In the office of tbe Second Assistant Postmaster General la shown in figures found In the depart meat disclosing the fact that from a saying In the cost of tbe railway man service for many years prior to 1000 there has been since that time an in crease of more than 82 000000 If troubled with weak digestion belching or sour stomach use Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will get quick relief For Sale by W N Craig To TJie Voters of the Fifth Ap pellato Court District of Kentucky I am a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appease from this district subject to the action of the democratic party Aa circuit Judge It became my duty to try a number olcrimlnal cases which bavo become apart of tho States history and at a most critical time As Judge of tbo State fiscal court It fell to toy 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 controversy arose aa to Its proper construction Almost Innumerable cases have burdened tbo dockets of my court touching the rights of corporations and the exercise of franchises under the law How well I have discharged my duties under such trying circumstances is left to you to determine I will bo very grateful to all who feol they can assist mo to secure tbo high position and omen to wblqh I aspire Very respectfully JAMES E OANTRILL George Francis a liveryman of Tree ton N J Is opposed to the drinking ol Intoxicating liquors and while he has never touched them neither has be drank water for the last 40 years Ho claims that water does not agree with him When a boy he says he found after drinking water his lungs became affected aod bled slightly Ho tried the experiment of not drinking any water As a result he grow better Since then not a drop of drinking water has patted his lips Be drinks tea coffee and chocolate however Ho Is in good health and says he has no do sire to drink water 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 It immediately employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the Liver or Kidneys as Electric littler Its a wonderful tonic and effective nerrine and the greatest all around medicine for run down systems It dispels Nervousness Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels Malaria germs Only oOc and satisfaction guaranteed by G L Penny druggslt I Death by hanging Is the sentence passed upon Tom Cox for the murder of Policeman Benjamin Dowell at Nashville Cox lube first white man that has been sentenced to death In that county for nearly 30 year and the caieMs one of tbe most remarkable In criminal annals of tbe State One hundred Moros were killed In an attack on a fort in tbe province of Mlndano by United States troops un der Gen Wood There were no losses on the American side Mr Daolol Bowdle of Cincinnati Is dead and her husband and two daughters are seriously ill from eating breakfast food which evidently con talned rough on rats DIGNITY DARENo 1982 Vol 5 A S H R Combined Stallion Mahogany bay black points wdlte only on left hind foot eight years old 15 33 hands high weighs 1200 pounds strong flat bone heavy inane and tall good back with long craney tapering neck well set la high mounted shoulders asaddle horse head and ear on him a model under halter wonderful style In luraeiM n show horse sure When one year old wore all honors In his class wherever shown also the blue tie In sweepstake harness rings at same ape When a threeyearold lie was tliowu II times and wore 13 blue strings has never been defeated In fancy harneis rings has always been the victor In stallion stake rings as n breeder when shown with three or more of his get fr size style and general conformation and for all purposes Hn U a saddle horse with five dis tinct gaits fast line acting racker good In two walks and a nice loper very positive In 111110datehorse graceful stylish and fast can show eighths In 183 seconds a 2128 gate with but little handling did this last tall after serving 91 mares last spring Ho Is possessed of wonderful nerveand speed enough to get trotters for track use or gentlemens roadsters kindlydispositiongraceful has been given up horsemen that ho Is one tho most breeders In Kentucky He types bis colt after himself i has never sired a sorrel colt The most profitable horse horses for tho farmer aud small breeder to pro duce Is the horse which serves the widest range of purposes well Ills colt Ire show colts of younlClItPEDlonuSlrod 58 he hf Black Eagle 74 ho by Klag William eT he by Washington Denmark et he by Gaines Uenmark- III Le by racehorse Denmark F 8 ho by Imported liedgoford Dlltnlt first dam Liz lemont by Wolchmont No 6367 A T II U be by William Welch all be by Rrsdlck- Ilambletonlan 10 Dignity second dam Abdallah Messenger 3rd dam by Ollla Vet mont 4th dam Thoroughbred Welchmonta first dam Pauline by Almont Forest 2863 TwiMS Dignity Dare will make the season of 1004 at my stable Inllustonvlllo 1yat120 to Insure a living colt when foaled Mares traded or removed forfeit Insurance money becomes due and must be psid at time ot such transaction Mares grazed at 82110 month and bills to be paid before removal of mires Grain ted If desired at reason responsiWe D 8 CARPENTER First National BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the lank of Stanford in 1898 then reorjtanlied ai the National Bank of and again reorganised as the hint National Ilaik of Stanford In 1881 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact everboforaln Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor orations Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY BANK CAPITAL STOCK SS0OOOO Directors J B Paxton J B Owsley 1 B II Shanks W O Walks Goo W Carter I gasTrustoompanymana continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping such business relation will prove mutually beueflclal I No MaG atop ol lend In county Me 1H miles Station o0- Iron Mountain roau WIn sell et sxehsng far property In No Small form IT sent Smile from bias ford Hounol fourgooJ rooms Wet porch sad I veranda Hood barn and other bulldlngi In good tryaIr flue laic auks well fenced aO sere Is eulUTaUoa ona sen In trail tnn real In raw bargtln sod eu be sold st bargain Clow tn school used saurea hire sae 1 aers wd sdlolnlzg told for iW sad IU Too story sis room dwelling bare IIIIb 1Cbo farlegrsse well watered and la good lieu Price 11000 No 1STeD room dwelling good rellsr sod tl acres land and spring IVnelog aad C40tlOlOVD Will sail a small family No M SS10 seres tfoal aid tlBbr land lees OIl la terry euoty Kto os GN Via Crixka trlhuuy the North fort of Keotaeky rlfrr Furvt4ns tnltkOM trees 1- La V to tilt rat meet DarVcabU to lbi mouth 01 dare eessk A rslh14 U bla three miles of Mid property I be umber eooilttt of oak etc TIUs purfcct Will sell or cxsbsngt on sear terms No QPA nlrs two wry eight room frsms dwelling la Stanford Has two hills rood relict lIb tODtRII bor well in kltebes ealola 00 b rsah foriI per mil prop city la la load repair and can be boatbl for 11100 No 41Karm 17 aeres ipUndld bluegrass lied la Lincoln county WIIO realtime S tensnt houses barn room for ever ZOO brad el ttock and all other DKtnarr all la oodnt lr Close to cbarrb school PItoIllN railroad sod la good otlf blwrhood fro srrrs la etc Tblt It an dM oat at all ronvsninewd on pis sales sic dell watand with It new faun pimp ste Inc No 7 sires land within 1H wile ol Stanford lat repair tensing rrrUitlDK wall and good cellar hood barn MxK waste house dr Young ortbanl and one sins nt lorsU garden produce to from Somerset Kyrut In urea gelds Vorty arm In tuIUtt HOD 49 acres la picture balanr In tlml r VII10 confine Mn roomti Large liarn and all DOC did land In Kara county Kaa six tnllrtfrjia rallrocJ and i mils from Af anus stresof lard It rivet bottom It ant dau land sad In grad This tend It lor sale or exchange building each bones Urn tie about the center 0f 100 acres All on county rod H mile from church school and Lays will and well watered Thus It a good tobacco Gent sod would suit two or thr e families that mlfht want to cone lrora tbul4 1rln reawnabl No 6V Twoetory frame dwellingof six roomt two belt veranda to well at door and all otter neoMtarr Also large blacksmith Ior 6OKO lIll1h lull length ohbop and 10 fuel wide This property wilt a told st a very low price No tA farm of IZJ ores four miles from Hun In lb count well watered dwelling front pike all necwwv A tpUndM bluo graat form and only 29 minutes drive from county teal Owner of tuna farm adjoining this bu recently refused IU Mr acre We offr tbls at VHM No 55 Flay acres near Pleasant Point Ey Frame home 0 rooms ami porch Item and other outbuilding 5icrrsln cultlTatlon rest In tim ber Well watered VM yards from poatoSce school and church Isys well on pike sad In tom rice tOM and lot In Stanford roomihall porch In the rear good garden rood 1 ehurche aud Kbool Uood lor small fam fly ITlceiaJO No 8 House and tot In Stanford Mouse coo sins flte ome Uood stable and B fere of land will fenced One of prettiest building lot In town room enough In irons for two other cottage or a I front be billt to the cottage sad be made a beautiful home Will be sold cheap as the owner mutt have mousy No 12 Dwelling of tlr sod porch necceaury and gunmen Alto large two story tun room 29x U test lower room with counter shelves etc Water In dwelling and storeroom alto cittern and well on place Small lot backofttore One mile front Btinfonl Ilulldlon In K0l repalMnd dwelling origlntlly rat shoo and lOre overflow Will sell for IMO or will rent or tell No 1S230 acr mile of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling 8 rooms two tenant houses two barns well and spring near dwelling Farm In high tt ol cultivation ISO aces titer bottom land good fencing fruit etc Irlce 13760 an acre I Non Two story seven room frame dwelling veranda etc One story storeroom 20xGO two I blacksmith shops tenant house stable crib and ware house Every building new and fencing In IInR shape Allot the projierly It In lluitonvill Ky and we will sell It at a whole or sell eiib place separately Well at each stable and cistern at house lot aduieai the above named see 72 A splendid stork ofgoodt for sale This is the bt buiinm Hand snd Ibe nlret anil mv t carefully selected stock ol goodt In Central Ken lucky A splendid trade Unroln and adjoining counties tell this for cat and carrlxand if you want to go In bu ln ta you cannot and- S nicer stock better pltce or totter trade In thus particular line outside of tbo title No nA nice farm at Highland ed well watered tie Price 8700 vesbs acres of land on Jamestown rod south of Dunnvllle zoo acres In cultivation shout t acres In timber and rest In grass A tare new frame dwelling alto an old dwelling on place A new ham and two old ones watered and the fencing Is grad On public road Price J 1000 No 70Four urea of land and a nice one story six room frame dwelling In McKlnnoy Ky waterworks In kitchen and family room Uood barn J B HOOKER Press B T IlAiinm V Irei J J Chr W II Ohr t P Reid Danville B T Harris Stanford J B Docker Stanford K L Tstaner M D Klraorn Stanford B II Stanford T I Illll Stanford Ja Robinson Hubble J II Stanford J M Iettui Ed Carter SLllnfor4I NATIONAL 1I B II SHANKS 4 President a J B OW8LKV Cashier W II BRIGHT Asst Cashier i t J I Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange r Title Company f Stanford Ky aolHprored Uaeolaewtaty HouahlateemmlMloaerlMlsst Tblsleabugslh Xo4i36aerssgondUnd butllings hesrfalllagwell Cbupplan faMlTarjlBClB geotgarulsn mont- hTbdwsiltagrsotfor11iswmouth Twostmrysroom outbuildings eultlvatloarvet ngrwadtimber ltitevtessoabts 7Nkuottae 51200l4a caiarvoutbulldiDn Fenmaodbulldiegsinepleu Na2tii0acrsOf tvareSeventy touateTbfUI otlbborbood outbulldlori outbuildings 1111I11lIlI neighborhood outbuildings separately rotaryNo 1wtllimprov Offloirs JlcHOIlEHTB WKAHENAttt Directors I llauchman Officers used warronlbitlMlM s Nan well ta 1 and la good repair HiMUn ecocl f H and tt Ibswho r TwesterytobufaoeSNo57 Farmolleatne to CaN county A I1w811ngtalatreoeditlon IadU l sinhl 1I0000L Vile it aq l Staafonila pasture 2 good oDdrtla Umber Two 4wsterelisdlaapoItsICsyoeebwrgDrei11ngIDol bulldllll1 f repair 11100 time stone lasd Is good aVblusrbood0e to schoolIDol oa Jreed lilt lSea KyOoesadonehaltgoo l barn and other oatbalMtect Matyacres In OleIAKbool eU htcoalyl609toNo If P0 cheap trsrwrttneInlllX twoIoryr sUe reap ce by 10 Goad wan room next to store IlIrHsUoteensWeIsAnsebargain No 40 Farmoflsseranest llrodbesd Nice IUdtoalawell watered Will tell for IIJM or extbaag for property In Lincoln county No 4 Two 5107 train dwelling T rooms hill 10aootKloEUIla rratt well watered two good barn and other T wellinecomperalilyschool pottofflos sod C S depot Property lisa on Orb1lnDfur n 404 or inp rrels of not bee than 30 acre to sultpuithaser This It nrtalnly ebeepproperty No 17Tw airy eight room ham dwlllnr la This1oneofthemoetdssl5bleheuaesIn natonsbls landfa2 welt In ard orchard and In rrlrefMONoor exchange Hal all necessary Iraimvamenia well watered d0 Will toM at a bargain I rarIIruln change Wafl1UIlK b Title Co ftId byasterNo 33dlouuand Avestir of land in rlla goodandterms twotorytileuburbo the city ol Stanford clott to Uraded liuwerIte oladrepairPriceNo 70Ten acre of land two Itor front cot goofgsnlen yI fteAnaturalv0guredwtlllnlf10llr eveeldrLess than bslf mile from turnpike VT oQcf titplace for only tSO per sera e Teraadusultabl v pper and painted 4 rooms and veranda each A largo turn on unto used U UterI stable Good gatden Vacant lot adjoining front 2W cetdeep All of this property Is la London Ky- and It a One chant for someone to make money Ioprltlor hat refused to rent prosierty for ISO per month On account of 111 health of his wife only ucboltor t No 4llJOacre nNr Jumbo too acres In cull vation rest ID timber MX dwellings on place fire of there new two tobacco barn and stock hara blacksmith stable etc Young orchard Htrsanis run through i lice On county road and tOO yards from po school church and la good neighborhood will tel or exehsnge tt reasonable figures No 74A nice four room collage water In goodgarden1l013A swill farm of 74 acre of good land located close to town Price I22M