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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 1 1903 8 A M rrn 19 A MONSTER LOCOMOTIVE The largest nod neavlc t railroad lo comollTo ever built In thin country It befog constructed for tbo Baltimore L OhIo Southwestern railroad and ito bo completed to time to form an exhibit at the St Louis World Fair II It known M the Mallet rlloulated typo and Ii a tandem compound locomotive Modified example of this engine are beta used abroad to some extent but f none are M heavy ai the one being g built It will have 12 drive wheels and the beIt60 There It a very peculiar arrange wont of the driver and cylinders The forward cylinder U of high pressure while the rear one U of low preiiure and the engloe li given great power by the entlro weight of the locomotive JA5000 pounds being on the driver Tbo locomotive Is being built as an experiment and will be used as a help- Ing engine on tome one of the heavy mountain grades to demonstrate lu usefulness lo the class of service It II hoped that U will be completed In time to lIve It a thorough test befbro end lot It to the World 0 Fair Ono Fare For Pastors Sunday School Institute Tbo railroad recognising the Im portanco of the Pasior Sunday School Institute to bo held In Louisville Den 18 have granted a rate of one faro pus cents for the roundtrip All pastor will be entertained provided their names are sent In by Deo 10 U suggested that Sunday Schools end their pastor and pay bit war Cooild eying the magnificent program and fpleodld array of talent tboUllbt to w bring 1000 ministers to LouUvlllo Light Of 10 of the finest religious edu cator of America Including Interns t oval workers college presidents t Theological Seminary prc ldent a others will take part In the program While this Is specifically a pastor In ttltulc all Sunday School workers of every clai are expected Doard can bo secured at rca onabta rate Fo program and other Information addret Jv A Fox 10 LouUvlllo Trust Bulld 111f Loulivlll Ky THE DAY AFTERtThankiglvlog Day has como and gone And all Itfpleasure tied Vovo nothing left to feast upon But itomtcbaoho Instead Tho rooter rooted gleefully And followed close the ball Today bo sitting peacefullyfHe can not spook The hunter bunted quail aOeld And bunnies In the brush HI tender Iblnl are sorely peeled Theyre feeding him on mush Johnny ate all be could bold And patted his plate again jHl head is hot his feet arecold lies got a fearful pain i But every one enjoyed the day Though faults wo now discover And when It come again I say A Let1 dO It all right over A WOMAH COMPLEXIOK It U rink foolUhnwt to attempt to remove ial iilawnctJorgreailnctBof the skin by the uto of cosmetics or local treatment a advocated by the beauty doctors The only sale and sure way that a can Improve her complexion la purifying and enriching the blood which Can only be accomplished by keeping tlio liver healthy and active The liver II the seAt of disease and blood pollution Green August Flower acU directly on the liver cleanicaand enriches Iho blood parlGw the complexion It alto cur re Mnstlpatlon blllouinci nervousness aid induces refreshing slap A sing bottle of August Flower has been known to cure the most pronounced and dis treeiing canes of dyspepsia and Indigos lion New trial size bottle 25 cents regular ilze 75 cent At all druggists Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt serious trouble in your system Is TonincM sleeplessness or stomach u sate Electric Bitters will quickly ember tho troublesome ciutet never falls to tone tho tomacb regulat- too Kidneys and BowOla stimulate Iii iLlver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all the ftSearchings JJIcctrio Bitters returned if it dont give perfect latiifac lIon Guaranteed by all Druggists The waltz entitled La Revo which Hi now being played by Don Godfreys band at Bournemouth London was composed by a child named Max Dare itwhoI shortly appear In concert al a pianist aid conductor The strike of elgarnaakirs In Porto RIco U spreading Gip ti CRAB ORCHARD Miss Nettle Collier of Stanford was here with relative Mr Robert Edmlston has his Christ mar toga In mupb to the Joy of the children Tbe sound of tbo rifle la often beard nod many hunter are pasting on their their hunting A tripIhave a good timN Christmas Kentucky teem to be In the gratp of winter earlier than usual this year four snows having already fallen Mr James Anderson hut bought the property of John Holmes on Stanford Street and boa itiuveil hi f rally there Eugene WIlon John Cbadwlck and Sam King of Lexington and Wallace Uovor of Lancaster all came homo to eat Thanksgiving turkey with borne talks Thorn will be a box upper at tbo Baptltt church Thursday night nodal are Invited to come and bring a Max There will be a Christmas treo at the CbrUtlan church Christmas even Q Bronaugh has returned from tho races Lovl Elder and alto came down from Richmond to epeod Thanksgiving with the bomefolk Mr lice Ilcrrln and wile of Stanford were In town Saturday There war a Urge crowd at Wm Border sale Saturday and everything told at fair price Mr Border and family will leave for Texas In a few day jo make their home much to the regret of many friends Misses Anna Mlddleton and Cather Meesrntof Lancaster were guests of the Mute Holme a few ovanlng rinse Tbl le the place to vltlt to have a pleasant time The young people of Slatetvlllo bar a formed a club that they call the The Jolly Young Crowd They stormed the MUnsae Pleasant Thursday eve asde ahloned pumas ole Now It the time to order magailnc and papers for Christmas presents tro Dta number to select from and will quote you cheap price a Min Mollle Hutcblnton la learning o be a dry goods clerk la George Jar rUstore Mr Walter Cover itudy lOll the millinery art at Mr Kittle King She will probably go Into tbl I business next neuron Miss Georgia King le out after a severe cold Prank Sptngler is threatened with fever Mary Bronaugh has returned rom a lengthy visit to relative near Stanford Mr E G Dick le vliltlng her parents at Rockford III Mr D B Edmlstoo of Louisville was hereon a ibort visit last week Mr A D Baitln and daughter Miss Mamie of Lancaster were hero recently Mr Morgan and little daughter Lois of McKlnney were guests of Mr Gortn ley Mr sad Mr Wm M Morris have returned from a visit to relative near Versailles Mrs Sabra McClure Is In Stanford attending Mr John B Fojler who Is III Mr Catherine Me Alliter is the gceit of Mrs Paulino Hays LAND STOCK CROPS ETC ESTHAY Red gilt will weigh 120 pounds J C Lynn Stanford MtoAlletcbyD R Adams bought of Geo Bake hU farm sear Highland for tlOO Registered Bcrktblre boar will weigh 250 or 300 pounds for sale 0Vanoy Stanford + J S Campbell trucked 1960 wortb of corn from throe ihocks Ho told It at S2 60 per barrel FOR BALEA nlco lot of cultivated hemp iced free from broom rape J T Dackley k Soo Lytle Ky 3t maoagla has fallen heir to a fortune estimated at 152000000 Dud13r7 M1pCarItHama Liet year John E Madden bought of James R Keene tho tao pear old brown colt 01MaywoodOlympian for 17500 bOUllhLbfFayette county tho twoyear old chest out fllly Llda Hob by Furandole dam Blessing by Onondaga Price 12000 Alvln Major of this place sold to cbunty26earlloR This probably one II tine a lot of mules as wat ever told in the State And arena Newe NEWS NOTES Bowling Green has reduced her water rate 25 per coot John D Rockefeller has set aside 15 000000 for isle first grandchild lerlouliT A Bedford map nearly lost isle hand se tho result of a hunting accident Areform wave has truck Frankfort send dancing and theatergoing are bar redTbo wife of Lion Abram Renlck of Winchester le deed after a brief Here Panama rank filth In population and seventh In area among the States of the Colombian republloIRussia end Japan are veld to have agreed a to Manchuria but are atI loggerhead sate Korea Ono rose woe killed and several others hurt lo an explosion Ina milk and Ice plant In Now Jersey Mr George Lawrence of Spring field attempted suicide by wallowing a half ounce of carbolic acid Walter Lowman a wellknown young man was fatally Injured It II bollved In a football game at Cbarleitown Ind FIvo hundred policemen guards President Rooaevelt while bo attended tbo funeral of his uncle In Now York A convict who escaped from tbo Natbvllle penitentiary 27 years ago hal been captured In Cumberland count ty A man In Pltttburg has been fined 125 for criminal negligence because bo permuted himself to be buncoed out of 1250 Near St George S C John Faglea Negro was lynched for criminally as saulting Miss Rots a young white wo miDDy the will of the fate Millionaire Stephen Rice of New York his broth ore now poet farmers will become wealthy A school for 400 boy Is now brio g bulls at a coat of 165000 by Chinese gentlemen In Shanghai Tbo head muter It Knclltb Jesse McClure was glees a life sac tence In the penitentiary at Windfall Ind for killing his two sons Omer and ee McClure Oct 25 A West Virginia woman gave thanke upon reading oftho death of her hus bead who had been persecuting and threatening her for years Four Qremon were butted to death In a Ore which destroyed the wholesale grocery of Alton Bros at Omaha The property lost was 300000 John K Duke the defaulting cast lor of the nayaI Dulldln and Loan Ai oclallon of Portsmouth 0 killed hlmtolf rather then face disgrace William Wyrnan capitalist and phi lanthropist died at hit home Ip Bali more He started the movement for a new homo for the John Hopkins Uni vanity Robert J Hale a Washington prin ter killed Mimesis and bll wlfo when ho learned that relation with a girl who died from too effect of an opera tion had been discovered Burglars entered tbe store of Henry Yunker of Mt Vernon lad and riot only blow open toe cafe bat partially wrecked tbe building Several hun dred dollars In cash and valuables woro taken The State Board of Valuation at Assessment fixed the franchise asses- moot of tbe L d N Railroad Co t this year at 8185005 which means to too State In the sum of IJOI osr deDlree that be hat beard of any plot to blow the Statehouse He says he hu rptelved man eooaymous letter but tbey have contained no threats of that nature Tbero le great excitement over the new gold field In Apache canyon In the Cebolla mountains seat of Hllleborq N M News Orsi came In lets than a week ego and now 500 persons are on tho ground Tbe removal of two bodies from tbe cemetery at Hannibal N Y revealed the fact that both bodies tad been pet bodiesr to a like process CLIMATIC CURES The Influence of climatic conditions in the cure of con sumption It very much overdrawn The poor patinas and the rich patient too can do much bolter at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of Germs Syrup Free expectora lion In the morning is made certain by German Syrup so Is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion duo to cough- Ing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be protested or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptive then the tow who are benefited and regain strength are those who use German Syrup Trial Mortise 25q regular size 75c At all drug glatc l Miss Fannie HUSTONVILLE Powell woof home with Mist Ethel Depp of Glasgow to spend a tow weeks Chance Wheeler desires to return hi heartfelt thanks to tbe Mend that nobly fought tbe raging flames and saved his home when all teemed but lost Peter Gordon who lives near town killed a bawk last week on the farm of T Q Tupman that measured four feet from tip to tIpI very unusual species In rile parrot Kentucky C W Adam moved yesterday to the cottage vacated by George E Alford 8 T Carpenter noted Into the house vacated by C W Adams William Me KInDer moved Into the house vacated by S T Carpenter Mr J M Hooker of Lexington now 81 years of ago waS with friends here lest week Mr Hooker Is the oldest merchant living who did business In our city He built a number of bouses among which was the flit brick college tbe James Frye residence the Newton Hole aed the Edrlngion Houses Since celling his livery business to Pipes Bros George E Alford has packed up and stored his household geode sad Mr Alford has gone to Lex ngton for a short stay and from there she will go to Washington lo spend the Winter with relative Mr Alford has not decided where ho will locate C Rud McCormack having bought tbo Interest of hls partner Harry C Daugbman will continue the business buildingfebe over 30 days His stock will be roo cuperaicd Immediately and a cordial Invitation le extended to all isle old friends and patrons to give him a trial once more George I N Glllock our genial and artistic barber anti newsagent has re filled In gorgeous style bis shop next door West of tbe postofllae file fix tutee are superior to any In this leo lion and hid business rl Improving ml oewetand where Louisville and Clo clnnall morning and evening papers are kept fills a long felt want lu our community Tbe old adage that troubles never come singly was believed to be ours last week wten Lewis McCIanaban room caught fire above tbe ceiling from a defective flue This building belongs to Mrs Hattle Bishop who It spending too Winter In Ala ems and It joins the Arknow dccupled for hotel purposes all of which would havo been burned only for tbe berolo efforts ot Lowly anti his assistant who arrived on the first alarm The board of trustees of our city are being Importuned by all the business mea o allow no permanent building of wood to be built In tbe business center or burned district and lo pees an ordl nance to that effect at their next meet log Wo have no doubt but what rile ordinance will pave and when It does a well spring of joy from the heart of every business man In our city and a banquet to beIIclty father will only In a slight degree express their high appreciation of their good judgment for our citys belt lntereeteIMATRIMONIALi Gljffert Wesley and Miss Lizzie Middleburge PotterIto Nashville with J B Ragsdale of that city and were married A B Dewing a harmless crank hooded President Roosevelt a teller In church In New York Tbe president was being guarded by several hundred policemen at tbe time and Police Com missioner Greene will place on trial the officers who are responsible for al lowing the crank to reach tbo presi dent A Costly Mistake Blundera are sometimes very expensive Occasionlly lire itself is the price of a mistake but youll never bo wrong It you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dyspepsia Dizziness Headache Liver or Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough 25c at all Drug Stores Why hes so lazy bo cant catch a bad cold But be has a cold a very bad cold Yell I know Out It overtook him Balilrnore News A plan IB now on fool by too people of Lexington to make too State Fair a placeTheythe State will support the project James Berganus a Chicago resiau MarculSbeebancent In eellllng for a meal S aThousands of lives are reported to SatowSouthhundred fishing junks Tbe Elks of Paducah will build a new home Nature provides nil living things ex cept man with a winter coat We provide men with every to keep comfortable in cold weather Clothing Underwear Shoes GloesIEtc Come in and look at our jxxla aid get our prices and we are sJr tb trndca T o iniLLBa Danville KD THE GLOBE D1Yes II We are under the Opera withoft FIRE GOODS So Cheap youll think we5 gave them to you WEATHERFQRD a MYERS Hustonville Ky FIRE FIRE IILook Out For CHARLES WHEELERS Fire Sale of Goods in Every Line at Hustonville next week BARGAINS New Xmas Dolls I On Display At W N CRAIG Pharmacist Successor to Craig Hocker STANFORD KENTUCKY FULLn Line of Overcoats and Suits All uptodate goods Call in and examine our stock W E PERKINS Crab Orchard lCy i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR- I a oindUate for Sheriff of Lincoln county Inlect to action of the democratic party GEO W DEBORD Is a ciruUjtt for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic patty a T JEFF HILL SR Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to till action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN- Is candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tfet action of the democratic party DINK FARMER- Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES c HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of tht a aocratlc party W1HERRIN Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of tht democratic party SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tae action of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to hi of the demo jaatlcparty t MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools f Lincoln County subject to action of the demo t cratic party rHOND L MOORE f Mercer county Is a candidate for Con ms In the cia district to theDDeemanHcpartylYoui sub x the action of sup 1 port Is eamettly solicited Tilts Lexington Democrat strikes a L popular chord ae follows MrClevo lands loner to the editor of the Brook 1lYDEagle In which ho states that his not again to becomes the t nominee of bis party for the presidency Is unalterable and conclusive seen to be without equivocation or purpose ef evasion sod mutt be accepted as fi nil Now If Mr Bryan would be as emphatic In expression of his determl nation not to accept a nomination the political sky wilt be decidedly clear ed Certainly Mr Bryan will not ask for a third trial at the prlsdentlal chair and whether ho asks for It or not he certainly should not receive U Nor counting the navies the worlds ships are 29043 steam vessels sod 12 182 sailing craft Boys of 21 can al most remember when salts outnumber ed steamers 100 to 1 The familiar ex presslon a fleet of 40 sail will have to walk the plank pretty soon It may befta fleet of forty screws II or a fleet of 40 propellers Englands part of the tonsgo Is over 16000000 and ours 3611956 Germany comes next 3283 247 Then Norway with 1653740 It seems Incredible that Norway little fishing boats should show greater tone age than Frances mercantile marine which Is 1622016 TOE high price of coal is not cauMnp many farmers along the Smoky Bill and Kaw rivers in Kaneas very much worry Last spring when the big flood swept over the bottomland farms great quantities of car corn that was stored In the cribs on the farms was ruined by being soaked with the mud dy water Tbo farmers are using this corn now as fuel and many of them have such an abundance of It that they are able to supply their neighbors who lived on higher ground and whoso corn was not damaged by the great overflow ed river THE annual report of John W Yap kes commissioner of Internal revenue hows that the receipts of his depart ment for the ducal year ending JuneSO 1003 were 1230746025 about 141000 000 less than last year The commie loner savs the decreato Is duo to the reduction of Internal revenue taxes The Louisville district ranks fourth la collections with 111459053 to its credit Tbo commissioner says that a reduction In the tax on whisky means a decfease In Internal revenue receipts PATTI who Is making her steenth farewell tour of the United States is mixed up as to nationality She was born in Spain her father was a Sicil iso her mother ah Italian she was ed ucated In the United States and has had two French husbands and a Swed lob one Her home Is In Wales CHARLES M LEWIS for flve years the editor and publisher of the Shelby Sentinel has sold the plant to Messrs Baird do Barrlckman publishers of the Spencer Courier at Taylorsvllle We are glad to say Mr Lewis will continue with the paper In an editorial capacity sateGROVER CLEVELAND that under ao circumstances would be become his partys nominee for president And sow the question arises to what party does be belong WITH poultry prices soaring upward it will BOOB coma to pass that a man with a turkey or a basket of eggs can go to a bank end let uallsslud credit Congressman R08 physlclaas have decided that view of his rapid IreI- proyemekt the proposed operation appendicitis will not be necawary I eb1 t 4fi IIfP LANCASTER Sberlle B Elkln formerly manager of Qotol Mlddlcsboro has accepted a position In Lebanon J S Underwood aged Is dead at tho home of his son Robert Under wood a wellknown merchant here after a 19 days Illness of pneumonia Anderson Sutton the Negro who broke into the depot last week aadI stole 815 In money and a number of railroad tickets was sent to tbo peni tentiary for five years County Attorney James I Hamilton extracted a confession from him One of the best improvements to this city that we have bad for some time will bo tbo opening of a new street from the Richmond to tbo Buckeye pike James I Hamilton will give the right of way through his place If the town will McAdamlze the road Circuit court adjourned Saturday after a session of only five days This was tho shortest terra over held In this county and which goes to prove that there Is but little violation of law Among the most Important cases was that of Taylor Gibbs for assault on Miss Molllo Hendren and mother He war Indicted Friday and Saturday sentenced to the penitentiary for seven years As the foot ball season Is now over the people of this community will be glad to know of the success of the Lao caster High School team The follow log Is the record of this eleven for the seasonLancaster 2 Stanford 0 Central University 7 Lancaster 6 Lancaster 0 Richmond 0 Lancaster 6 Versailles Lancaster 12 Harrodsburg 0 Nlcholasvllle 12 Lancaster 0 Lancaster 15 Stanford 0 Lancaster Central University 0 Lancaster 12 HustonvllloO Lancaster 11 Stanford 6 Mrs R E McRoberts has been call ed to the bedside of her father In Hop klnsvlllo Mitt Jessie Doty enter tained the U F H Club In an elegant manner Friday evening Miss Ethel West received her friends Friday eve ning In honor of Mite Grace Russell of Clay City Miss Irene Romans enter tained her club Friday evening Miss Bessie Mao Lear cnteraalned Thurs day afternoon at her country home Miss Gertrude Noel of Danville Is the guest of Mite Jessie Doty Chas Fri ble has accepted a position at Crutcher Starks Louisville Victor Stone and Earle Farra attended the foot ball game In Lexington Thursday POLITICAL William J Bryan lunched with Jos Chamberlain at Highbury br Hunter got tbo certificate as Congressman from the 11th J Wheeler Campbell of Paducah 1111 be nominated for State Senator to succeed Mo D Ferguson resigned from the 2nd district The principal feature of the present week In the lower house of Congress will be the announcement by Speaker Cannon of his committee This an nouncement Is expected today The Senate will devote the week to bust ness of a routine character Congressman G G Gilbert has In troduced In the House at Washington a bill lor the relief of the First Pre byterian church of Harrodsburg The bill seeks to have the government pay 9000 to the church for damages done to the church building and furniture bv soldiers during the war Representative James of the First Kentucky district who Is to be assign ed to Contested Elections Committee No will head the minority sIde oj the committees As the ranking mere ber on the democratic aide this wilt glvo Mr James control of the minority and disposition of time In cases where tho committee divides on political lines as Is usually the ease IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES H C Baughmtn sold to C T Bohon a pair of mules for 1240 Miss Annie M Read sister of Boyle Read Is dead at his home In Danville While playing soldier Lolan Bry ant 17 shot and killed bin 12yearold sister at Jackson Judge T L Morrow was given an elegant banquet by his admirers at Somerset on his retirement from the office of circuit judge Tom Stewart for many years elgn writer for L H Ramsey Si Co Lex ington painters Is dead Owen Mcintyre has suspended pub lication of his Perryvlllo Record and will become a traveling salesman fore Spotswood Specialty Company Close friends of Mayor Low of New York intimate that in the event of President Roosevelts reelection the mayor will look for a cabinet position Mrs Sarah Acey better known as Grandmother Acey and a highly respected woman of the Salem section of Wayne county la dead at the age of 90 yearsBrodhead is soon to lose Its splendid marshal Egbert Wallln He will go to Lafollette Teen to accept a poet tion on the police force at that place = Mt Vernon Signal An effort to consolidate Kentucky coal mines along the Queen it Crescent Is being made by J S Stearns of Lud low Mich It is said that the necas sary options are being secured WMiiI LajredoJules Levy the famous cornetlstdlcd at Chicago Fire at Bozeman Mont destroyed a big washer valued at 1100000 Solomon Paddock 65 years old shot and killed hU son 27 near Tekamab Neb Fire at New Orleans destroyed the big plant of the National Biscuit Co yalued at 1225000 MUs Irene Glbbs of Sturgis was burned to death Her classmates wilt be her pallbearers George W Waite who drove the first stake to lay the first railroad tie In Chicago Is dead George Coons a farmer near Mad son lad accidentally shot and killed himself while hunting Simon Doty aged 62 who went thro1 the civil war with the Orphan Brigade Is dead at Mlllorsburg The New England Cotton Farm Com pany has been Incorporated In Boston with a capital of 85000000 Mrs W P Warren and Miss Morris were burned to death at Central City A lamp explosion sot them aQro David 011 kIt a prominent voung man was hilled In a friendly scuffle over the possession of a pistol at Jonesboro TennEdward Gould Richmond ono of the leading capitalists and manufacturers ot the South died at his homo In Chat tanooga George Reynolds 16 years old son of Police Capt Peter Reynolds of St Louis was murdered in the streets of Chicago Oweneboros football team has not been scored against this season It Is without a doubt one of the best team In the State The fever epidemic at Butler Pa Is Increasing Three deaths occurred Sunday Citizens have raised a relief fund of 18200 The first passenger train from Nash ville to Clarksvllle over the Tennessee Centrals new line arrived In the latter city Saturday Tho appraisal ot the C P Hunting ton estate was made public In New York The net value of the real and personal property Is 123301765 The mayorelect of Syracuse her been threatened with violence unless be agrees to resoled an appointment which ho announced he would make A steamer arriving at Victoria B O from the Orient brings news that China Is collecting a war fund and otb erwise preparing for hostilities with Russia Rev Wm Hlnshaw the Indiana preacher convicted of wife murder has been paroled by Gov Durbln In re sponse to an appeal from the prisoners mother At Monongabela Pa Misses Evelyn and Minnie Thompson aged 10 and 19 wers instantly killed by an express train on the Plttsourg Virginia Charleston railroad The extermination of the entire tam ily of Frank Miller consisting of five persons at Tltlin 0 was duo to the for foulness of Mrs Miller who made lrnbread of poisoned meal Intended ratsA York theatrical firm was compelled to make good a 2000 deficit be lore Madame Patti would sing at their theater as advertised Her contract calls for 15000 per concert and she wont appear till she gets it In the Plkevlew neighborhood of Hart county Squire Oiborne and his son Dave were shot through a window and Instantly killed and John Bennett and Will Gardner fatally wounded Custer Gardner a relative Is under arrest A TURKEYS Nor hcoU k Thomas are ready to receive Turkeys flll pay 10 cents per pound POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of lees pasting on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent ot the law T A Rice Dr J O Carpenter J M Carter Sr W E Amon George Holmes J C Neal P W Carter Fred VnnOrnonlgin J NoTln Carter Fred VonAllman Fred rtaumnn Albert VonOrunenlgan J 7 Bnoonaroore T M Holroei II F Newland J D Camcnlicb Ioter Balmer Wi RMcCormack DEALKR IN Staple fancy Gro eries Harness Stoves Furniture Etc Etc Country Produce wante- dHustonville Ky rro ecpara4x ll THE GRAND LEADER t Is Closing Out to Quit Business i I Ma arotasstta Only two months remain to close out our immense stock and to move it as quickly as possible we still cut prices lower than ever Positively we must every dollars worth of goods in the house v at what it will bring Best apron gingham Bo yanl All wool dress goods 25c yard 500 and 75c corsets at 30c 25o Mercerized Oxfords at 14o yd Fine ilannclcttj worth 15c at Do outing 5c yard Mens 83 shoes go at 198 Mens 82 shoes go at 120 THE GRAND LEADER M B LEVY CO S B LEVYManaper Small Farm For Sale I I desire to privately farm of 1M acres ou the Liberty mlle from Hustonvlllo It all In gnuTand the land Is fertile and In good shape hat on It good house ot 7 rooms n tenant house two stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address n W Miff Jr Ty rone O T or call on J I Rife Iluston Tlllo Ky A S PRICE surgeon Dentist Jtanford Ky rpsJffio r MeBoUitaDroi Stare to tbs Owslsj nalldlna d W Wallace Xl Son Blacksmiths Fancy Horso Sheers West Main Street Stanford Kentucky Christmas Is Coming I The largeat display ot roods In Yosemite and see them We have aloo enlarged our stock ot General Mer chandise tSattifttCtlon Guaranteed F E KEL3AY k SOY- Yoaemite Ky GEORGE GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Hustonvllle Ky Has removed to his new and elegantly fitted rooms in the Weatherford Hotel Agencyfor firstclass Laun dry Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so hefted W a hens 150 shoes go at 08c Ladies 8150 heavy calf shoes 97c Ladies 2 heavy shoes 139 heavy underwear l2Jc garment 83 ladies furs 169 81 ladies fuse 225 6 ladies furs 420 8750 ladies furs 8108 Heavy Heeced hose lOc Heavy blankets 48o pair 10 overcoats 8728 1260 overcoats 8898 Sl5 overcoats 908 820 overcoats 1308 Mens hate from 25c up Prors and holiday IN Ladies 1COMEj And see this before you buy You get in this a slack or coke or trash burner It is an Airtight Hot Blast combined Too much can not be said for=a Stove like this Geo H Farris Cot Stanford Ky Xmas Presents The Iloliciay Stock is bigger than over n largo gath ering of Silverware WntehesjCloeks and Novelties The so lection of Jewelry is largo and varied W H MUELLER For Holiday Bargains As the explorer In the arctic circle wa4het for the rising sun for Just as the sun brinfft light and warmth Into dark and chilly regions so will ray Holiday Fruits and Can dies Etc bring to many little bearU who come hero and purchase While the quality of Groceries will bring peace and pleasure to everybody who favors mo with patronage and gratify every man who pars the bills go to pieces on the rock of High Prices but follow this guiding light und buy here where everything Is Fresb Iuro Clean J W PERRIN the Grocer 110 Main lit Stanford Ky Invest In Paint Paint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to your propertys selling value Interior paint ing gives an air of prosperity and comfort Good paint is always worth more than its cost and tho best paints these days go far ther and last longer than over before Mastic Mixed Paint Is tho paint to use In applying it you will learn that it covers more surface than other paints but you must wait about five years to fully appreciate its QUALITY Pennys Drug Store Stanford Ky 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL e TAHFORD KY Dic 1 1003 la QllloR your proscription a wo URO propordons tbofCT Drug Store PERSONALSf continueequltsick o WEAItEN IIUOIIES U hero from Mid 1 dlctboro W U PORTMAN of Fayetle nil hero last week +r Mil S R UANSOM Is back from r IIaneonviUe Va MISS SARA DUNK visited friends lo T 1 Danville lot week 1 Miss HELEN THURMOND Is visiting Miss fills Dunn at Orodbcad WISH STELLA MCCLAUYS school at White Oak will close Friday t Mug J S REED of Lexington Is with her mother Mrs White 4JoaN MENEFEE JR of State Col If AMissiMRSher family to the Myers House llama MR MASON DDNN and wife of Dry antivlllo are guests at Mr A C Dane ARTHUR BARNETT left vcntorda for Phuuolx Arizona for the benefltot his health MRS J E HOLMAN wont to Brod head yesterday to visit Mr R L Collier JuutfitM biSAUPLKY went to Mon tlcollo Yesterday to bold special term oPcouct TilE C W U M will meat at the Christian church at 230 Wcdnetday afternoon Miss VIRGINIA TRUnnAnr of Kan tal City was the guest of Miss Virgin r4 la Bourne M R J S HUNDLEY orders his paper changed to Lebanon where bo will likely locate CIUHLIK LUTES will go to Cincinnati IiIMiss LETITIA WAttRBNof Danville enurtalned at Flinch la honor of Miss Sarah Dunn of this place MRS SAMUEL FARIUS of Silver Creek spent several days with her pother Mrs E H Beasley Mil TUOMAB WALKER and Miss May Bodloe Walker of Louisville aro guests at Mr A M Felands DON H K DOUKNB Represontatlvo elect 01 Henry county was hero Sunday to see one of Stanford loveliest TilE Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs J W Btugbman at 230 Saturday af ternoon BORN to the wife of Mr T D Ran oy at 7 oclock yesterday morning a daughter Leila Cook named for Mrs Dr L B Cook H H Burnt special agents of the German Fire for Kentucky and West Virginia will remove his headquarters from Mt Sterling to Lexington on Jan lit Insurance lIeraldI MISSES RISSIB WILLIAMS and Aba Thompson of Mt Vernon spent Sunday night with Mies Sara Baugbman They all returned to Hamilton College Lexington yesterday rooming t GEO P CROW of Hustonvlllo has accepted a position with Caldwoll t LanIer to succeed Sidney Adams bo loaves the first of next week to tak charge of his now position in Lexington Advocato MR J W ROUT the popular solos Y man of the Benton Cracker Co of Kenton O was calling on our mar chants Monday Tno merchants who buy his goods say they give entire sat Isfactlon While here ho showed bin good judgment by subscribing for th Chronicle fluctsvlllo Teen Chroo y idle MISS PATSY PRRWITT gave a beau tlful luncheon Friday at her country homo at Walnut UlUlln compliment to her guest MUs Tevls Carpenter The party colors were yellow and white and all the details of the luncheon were lovely The table with its lace ceoter fullysYellowechrysanthemums exert o arraalr011a a cut 1 vase as a beautiful central Idea Yellow candle were In tbo silver candelabra and yol low taints and prettily decorated cake la tbo silver bowls and dlsbes The menu was an elaborate one ol delicious course beautifully serve Mica Prowltt was gowned charmingly la pale blue silk Miss Carpenter wore a becoming toilette of white voile Miss Carpenter Is an exceptionally beauti ful girl Is being much during her stay here Lexington Dem ocrat LOCALS FARM band wanted M S Baugh mao Stanford WILL have a big supply of are wart for Xmas FarrIs k Co COSE the grandest line oflamps ever In town at Farrls L Gos VERY SCARCE Zlbellnes We have them Severance S Sons InDECbuy tIre works Better buy now Fa rls Sr Co with every purchase of 13 jsore a souvenir of Stanford View fObluIt Muellers ck 0 FOR a nlco Xmas present Inspect the One lino of watches chains clocks at Mueller SEE our line of besting stoves JohnDrIRbt lad10StanturdOw IraTom aod Arthur Lewis all colored were fined 20 each or disturbing religious worship at Mil ledgerlllesTins Is tbo lire dRY of Winter ao cording to the calendar but wo bavo bad Winter weather sooty Ice eta for the put three weeks R 0 SAUFLEY formerly of thin place but now of Richmond was re llevcd of 20 by a pickpocket at tbo foot boll game In Lexington WHO tholeAeon of Craig Sim of the Waynesburg section killed 27 quail In two shots and sold them to L O Goocb Son for 1450 JOHN FOX Jit r onea of the best of tbo newer oddities to the ranks of merican writers of fiction Pblladel Ledger At Walton Opera House uesday night Dee 8 RAQAN HeY Oaten Ragan who bad been a Methodist preacher toe 50 years died at Preacnervllle Sunday aged 80 A wife and are preacher survive himI ye1terdaLyon arrested Tombs at tbo coal Shulo In the Wet End THOSE desiring to purcbaso a home would do well to consult the Central Kentucky Reel Pilate Exchange fc TI tie Co We have several planar for sale which are not advertiseda JOHN P JONBS pretty store Is 10 readloeee for bis holiday opening today and tonight Misses Ella May Saun derv clod Anna Cover are assisting tbo other salesladies MUses Nevlua and Cbrlsman SHERIFF M S BAUQUMAN and Del uty J C Lyon took tbe prisoners con elated at the lilt term of court to tbo Frankfort penitentiary this morning While there be will pay Auditor Cool ter about 120000 anti receive his quie rue Miss SALLIE ELKIN will hare ex hibit and sale of her work In decorated porcelain la the parlor of St Asapa Rote on Dec 15th She extends to the public a mon cordial Invitation to call and see her work even If you do not care to purchase TilE Courier Journal laySpurgcon Sympson sued the Westerp Union Tel graph Company for 1500 resulting from alleged failure to deliver a mcs sego to the plaintiffs wife at McKln noy Ho was III at the time and because his wife did not meet him bo wes put to much troublo and made worse THE Stanford Lyceum Club tempos cd of 20 gentlemen all homo people have completed arrangements with the Southern Lyceum Bureau to furnish several lecture and musicale during tbls season We guarantee each com paoy or lecturer their payment and desire tbo hearty co operation of every one Interested Stanford Lyceum Club Next attraction John Fox Jr Dec tiu oRon1nT8Drs William Charles Roberts president of Central Univer city Danville died of paralysis Frlda afternoon The funeral took place at the Second Presbyterian church a Danvllla yesterday morning alto which tbo remains wore taken to Eliza beth N J for Interment Tbo News urll of him Ho was a roan of broad hle8 church and a leader ID educational cir tier throughout the land nIl death will bekeenly felt by the community the student bogy tad the friends of the Institution everywhere LEWIS MCCLANAIIAN of Quston vllle was one of the successful goes Sara In the Courier Journal neatest and was awarded ISO His guess on tbe to ill veto cast at the November election was 439221 and the vote was 430267 The Courier Journal says of him Lewis MoClanahan of Hustonvlllo Joudone In the State He be Is a well darkey has splendid manners and stands high In his section Ho Is a stanch democrat and Is a valued em ployo of George D Wealborford wellknown hotel man He hall a wl and one child FORTUNATEand blessed Is the manor woman who may claim tbo friend cltlzee40 years ago remain upon the scenes of Wo but they areHof the salt of the earth Mack Huffman the only re malnlog male citizen of the town of years ego Jim Ed Bruce Sam Embry Tom Hill John J McRoberts Joe Bat lou Move Elmore Will Blgglne John atrre among scores ir friends whose warm handclasp and wandererordays on missions of joy or sadness Somerset Journal JEWELRY such as rings broaches lucKets In ton newest and best dellRor at Mueller LESLIE THOMASColored was do clared of unsound mind and Eb Lawson took him to Lakeland Asylum Friday IF yOU see this noilce In lime put on your very best bonnet and gown and go toJoac Holiday Opening today and tonight MR T O BALL bought of Mr AD Root a cottogoon Depot Street oppo ite the Carpenter House for SlOO cash TDls gives Mr Ball 13 homes In Stan lard TilE fellow bobroko jail at Danville when Dill Rowsey did woe captured at Ellzabethtown Friday He was being held for shooting with In tent to kill ITUE L k Nwlhl sell roundtrip t to the inauguration at Frank fort next Tuesday at 2 65 Tho train leaves bern over tbe K C at 450 AM and arrives at Frankfort at 838 WANTED alinemen 180 per month salary 118 per week expense money and commission Contract one year 125 cash guaranty required Address R W Judy Lexington Ky box 14 WE have partnership and you aro earnestly requested to call In TbllIUllton v SuleiT C WILLIS ebought out Gooch S Powells grocery store at Nicholas vllle and took pofscsslon ypslerdar Mr Willis made A host of friends while ho told goods here who hope bo will do well In his now home SILOTSam Boone tbo 12 yearold son of J H Boone tbe liveryman accidentally shot himself In tbo leg while loading a small villa Tr e wound Is a painful but not serious tine He was attempting to forco the out ridge Into tbo barrel when tho explo slow occurred Ir you want to roll your farm or town property place It with the Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange S Tl tie Co It your property can bo sold we can sell It for you and can secure as good a price for It as anybody Our ad verllslog facilities are second to nose Give us a trial H C DACQIIUAN has sold to his partner C Rud McCormack his later set la their stock of goods at Burton llle Huon Bros who owned Ibe building they were In and which was burned have begun to rebuild and Mr McCormack will open his stock In It a soon as It Is completed THE Ladles Aid Society of the Bap tint church will on Saturday Dec 12 rive a Bazaar and exchange In Ibe sample rooms of tbe Veranda Hoteli next door lo Mueller tbe jeweler Cakes homemade candles eta and all kinds of fancy articles will bo for sale during the entire day Mrs R B Mabony Sec 1ROUKAU for teachers association for Magisterial District No 1 at Grad ei School Auditorium oo Dec 12 at 1 M Song Invocation Rev O M Huey Welcome Address Supt Oar land Singleton Response Logan R Hughes Song Recitation Warren L Eubank How Teach Primary Reading Miss Annie McKinney Reading MIs Either Burch Piano Solo Miss Cloy Mrsylog Miss Georgia Lewis Influence of Vocrai Bow Teach Arithmetic Mrs M Cocbran Tho Spirit of the Modern Teacher R S Eubank Vocal Duet Muse Lewis Benediction Rev J W Hagln The public Is extended a cordial Invitation CHURCH MATTERS Monttcello Is to have a new Methc din church They have a fine lot acd nearly enough money Chancellor Day states tbattho Amer proachera11I5OOODOG Rev RB Mabony preached at tho Baptist church Sunday night In tho place of tho pastor Rev O M flueyi Illr IIdmorning and evening Ho will toll bis Inimitable way some Interesting things about hla people in the moo Invitefd by John D Rockefeller Jr at tho Fifth Avenue Baptist church ailracla an Increasing audlenco each week ma ser1 being drawn less by a curious Imte r oat lo a millionaire expounder of Holy Writ than a certainty of Its novel In terpretatlon The other day for example Mr Rockefeller took a fall out 50of creeds saying You may think me unortbordox and I know I am treading on dangerous ground but I want to ask la perfect candor Can any one gro of Christians ward to tap to a folio Christian Thou must be Immersed baptism not simply sprinkled Ac tea any one group of Christians say to a fellow Christian Thou shall not partake with me of the lords supper our aorameul It NOTICE I estarotheestatemnttcettleatanCO J E Ilouuw Exor Daniel dolman Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Sale Will sell prllateiyalll alto sell a 15 Itoadropnlrbusiness Will take part pay In lumber lowELt k SWEEHEV Stanford ICy Christmas Goods At Ottenheim 1 Banta Claus has chosen John Wen tilsstore at Otttnhcln an his headquarter and ofOorletmusuitable girt Oall and iro thorn whether you with to buy or n- utCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit OourtI VElkinlooersSnleDy a judgment and order of sale rendered at the November term 1003 of pendIng dower will on Mondiy Dec 1903 before the curt door In Stanford Ky sell thefollowingpropertyttwo acres more or lees of land situ andDanyllleSali lot Is bounded on the North NoraOoodknlgbt hbondaodbearingpaid Lien retained Tbe object of the proceedsuoderIt U WAHREN Commissioner iCommissioners Lincoln Circuit Court Martin McCormick Ilalntltr vs Antler son Cnrr Vt feodani Commisionets sate Ilr virtue of a judgment and order of tale rendered at the November term 1903 of pendlogIeoer will on Monday Dec II IV03 before tbe court house door In Stanford Ky sell bIdderwit That lot of land situated on the Easl tootlortbeEaltRalDleyksatisfy the debt of tho plaintiff for tbe turn of 8310 with six per cent Interest from Sept 2J 169S until paid and his costs subject to saiddebtlntercltto the sum of 8290 18 Terms of sale Ored persotlalOommlnloner and bearing six per coot la thesft 0 WARREN Commissioner Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Nannie IV Adams admx Plaintiff vs Detoadaauny virtue of a Judgment end order of saleIrendered ID the above styled suit at the tuber term 1903 of said court the undersigned comr will on Monday the Kth day of December 1903 before the court house door In the tows of Stanford Ky sell to totlowingLincoln county Ky and bounded as fol lows On the North by John Turnbull on fbrJnmeaAdamsandcontainingelaereesnd 10 poles of land more or less Tbo object of tbf solo Is to satisfy the following lion dolts and the conts action to wit A debt BeptJetfid July 13th 1893 and a further credit withRtil paid ana the further debt of 3333 with paidThNiethe costs of this suit amount lo S18015 to hec141003 Terms of saU Credit of six rcJbearing per cent Interest from date until paid Lien retained Said bonds have the torso and effect of a judgment H O WARREN Commiss- ionerCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Mary Rlchert Plaintiff vs Daniel Rich arts and others Defendants Notice of tale By virtue of a judgment and order of silo tendered at the November term 1903 In the above styled cult ponding In said court the MoudayDecStanford ICy soil to tho highest bidder at public outcry tbe land hereinafter described or so much thereof as will bo sufficient to raise the um at 877S70 the amount of the plaintiff debt Interest and the probable cost of this action Bald tract Is situated In LIncoln county Ky Hoar the tows ot Crab Orchard on Orab Orchard and Lan Beaturnpike corner to Mrs Rlcherts lot thence with middle of tame N 1tt Will ianod10 poles NUKE 10 poles N 15 W 23 poles turnpikeh0pike end with tald McOlnnls S 78y E 47 2 t tbenceIthandliuchanana 110105topassing burr oak at 3JX In all 30 poles DowerSboundary Northkby Orchard and Lancaster turn landxindpgrao to tbe InterestrI R C WARREN esalwtoaer Lycomino Rubbers To Keep Out The Cold Some thing new in Felt Boots Pure Gum Genuine SuagToof This is Northern Rubber better than any wo have ever carried Como in nml see them before you buy We have many styles in both the one and two buckle kind rays Cummins S McClary Tickets on 575 Davenport given with every 1 purchase e ei 4 1 Your Peef Must be protected this wet weather else colds and fev rs come Our stock is compoetlof such goods as the Walk oveii ehoe the Man8rtshoethe Adii Rublclrrbootee the Water Ring all for men The Ultra the Brockport for w mcl1tLevel Best and Honest Mike school shoes for boys Every pair solid as iron sae Terms Cash HJ MRobertsJ 4 it I j j i a s s i j Cut Prices On Winter Cloaks and Skirts Wo believe it is business to OUT PRICES now while the season is on than wait until later after a great many have bought AVe offer the cream of this seasons styles Tho Box Coat Corset Coat Military and half tight styles at 5150 to 500 oft tho regular price This is a rare opportunity to get a new Coat at much below value See what wo have at 3o0 500 8750 1000 to 82000 SEVERANCE SON UpToDate Heaters And Cook Stoves I See Hot Blast Tube In Door We have a complete line of Cast Ranger Cook and Heating Stoves of all grade and at price to suit all dowsed JOHN BRIGHT JR CO 4 f TlitlNTMORJOURNAL MnUrtd lauGue- rr n th pod fi at Stanford at uhedrue iRCASHIe3 PERY ric of vbnot snidssa00 will blclilret4 I MiKNIXVILLE DIVISION North 104 p m 34 Train going 1lamlasII r NIeII tSouth 17 p m t A KE Nrer Palls to Italr to ts Wes rrtlu4Itnt tmar t TREES IY THE MILLION FALL 1803 1 Fruit and ornamental grapoflncslmaU frutlA evergreen usoaragni toe lawn andeverything No aKOnts but best prices to the planter ton Both pboned Outalogue on application P niLLENMEYKU SONS- Lexlngton Ky 1 eJ H BOONE ft CO I Proprietors t LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE s Stanford Kv t Service at Reasonable BatesGood Llrcrjr Also Dealers InStreetCall on 01 on Depot i Ceal H iceljTraBIOrtl DEAUtOS IN Wiilsk Brandu Wines Beer Etc IjOarpentel bdrcromtes DepotSTANFORD KY prompt polite attention Not ant I a or erl recelvlt to rromptnenttoa cSrlnk rhoa 1 J D mml Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents Tho Home of New Yotk the largest In the V world Awcta 1811063512 t as regards pol cy holders r 94360869 Farm property In Oaser Garran i roln counties Phone 21 r l RBMationy insurance fluent Stanford Kentucky Insurance fluent solicit a share of the patronage of the property owners In of tncoln and Icounties may be seeking In Fire Lightning iu ranee against and Tornado None but Itron e6t and beat OldLine Companies represented and the low ret rates are guaranteed Phone 1- 13Stanford Kentucky For Life or Accident Insurance apply to Charles Ea Powell I Office N W Cot Mien Hotel Building 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one bestThe Equitablestrongest- n the world Get also a combination Disabili ty policy in the Fidelity Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness Miss Ida M Snyder Treasurer or the Brooklyn Eat End Art Club Ir women would more attention to their health we would have more wives mothers and daughters and If they would observe results would find that the doctors prescriptions do net perform the many cures arc given for In consulting with my druggist he id vised McEtrees Int of Cardul nand Thed fords BlackDraught and so took It and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with rsstQred health F and it only took three cure me Wine of Cardul isarelUldorof the menstrual is a as tonishing tonic for women It cures scanty too frequent irreg Callingofis approachhlg womanhood during pregnancy at child birth life It frequently brings a dear baby to homes that hate been barren All druggist nvo f100 bottles of Wine of L WINEffCARDUI 1 MaJiTiadk YrJNJwwwtyw A NfYa1Y FORRENT My storeroom recently occupied byWm Severance Will rent tor one or more years J B OWSLEY FOR SALE Four horses one two borse hack one wagon one twoseated Jerseywagon two buggies two sets wagon harness ono dou ble set surrey harness two lets buggy har tens express and passenger trans fer from Moroiand to good pay Ing business CURS JOIINSON Moreland Ky RwA JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky Office ovor Hlgglns 4 McKlnnoyi Store Telephone NO O- lUMBRELLAS endRecoered and made almoei- as good as new for a small amount I can flz your umbrella better than the tramp repairer and for leas money Give me a FRANK ATKINS Stanford Mason HotelMRS D D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster t Kentucky NewlyCufnlshcd clean beds splendid table Every first claw Porters meet all trains 89 NEW LIVERY STABLE s w Bt11UtEt sm Prorr JUNCTION CITY KY rirstOlus Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention Traveling Mep Oraln and For Bale LUTES BOONE SCO Real Estate Agents StanFordm Kentucky wishing buy All persons to or sell farms will do well to see us We bavo n number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county terms for sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have If you deslro to sell It In oar hands Office at Boone Livery Stable Stanford KyiDR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache All diseases Bladder Also Dropsy Female Dont become discouraged There li a cure for you If necessary write lr Fennet lie has spent a llfo time curing Just suet cases as yours All consultations ree I had scverarato of kidney disease and rheumatism matter Kidney and Uacknrho Cure cured us both F kL WHEELED Randolph la Druggists We It AsK forCook Hook Free STVITUSDANGE TroublesCURE snrlousl7effected Sure Cure Circular Pr lenncr Fredonla N YI JctccUMYENDERTKE EMBALMER And Dealeu In- tTAiiNESL13ADLE IIT BCO Stanford Ky J LI Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSODlitl2tI FurnltureMattingsILugsThey kinds Stock a call Prices right gTANFORD KENTUCKY Jat tdl Y rs i W e 4 4Jy Foolish Hogs Wm McFarland a wealthy Wabaah county Illlnola farmer lost a drove or 50 floe blooded hogs a few days ago lo a most peculiar manner Though tbe- ltorr may sound somewhat Unehy It U nevertheless true and voucbed for bj any number of bis neighbors Some time ago Mr MoFarland lost his voice and he was unable to call his great drove of hogs In which hetoolceo much pride but be bridged over tbo dlBlcul ty by training them to respond at reed log time to bis pounding on a board lo time they became thoroughly accustomed to the call and whenever they heard the sound would rate toward It ai If their life depended upon getting thero first Running short of corn a few days ago Mr McFarland thought to economize by putting hit hogi In a woods pasture where they could Ibm for themselves Unfortunately the pasture was full of dead trees and In con sequence wood pecker were correspond ingly thick Be bad scarcely turned hit back on the hogs after turning them Into the pasture till a red head on the far side began drumming on a tree Doing hungry for corn and recog nizing In U the old familiar call the hogs wlih one accord raced for that lo callty They had no more than arrIv- ed at the place Indicated and discover ed tbero was no corn In eight till they heard the call again but far away In another direction Away tbo hogs rac ed again only to be disappointed and once more to hear the call from afar off The day was rather warm and thnte hogs chased the food pecker back and across the field till tbe last one dropped dead from heat and exhaustion RILEYJ AND THE WOMAN RE PORTER A friend of James Whltcomb Rile tells a story of an encounter the bache lor poet once bad with a woman rCe porter Tbo energetic young woman after a strenuous effort had caught Mr Riley at the telephone This Is thecoversatlon that followed Is that Mr Rlley i Yes That la Miss Miss Jones of tbe Courier Journal I have been trying all day to get an In tervlow with you Mr Riley Ab would It were not a view lee stead of an Interview said tbo poet gallantly Oh thanks Bow long will YOU remain In Louisville Mr Riley Only a short timIt Is your wife with you IINo maam she Is not Where Is she may I ask You may ask my dear Miss Jones but I ODd It very difficult to answer I am In absolute Ignorance as to her whereabouts For aught I know to the contrary she may right now be at tbe other end of the telephone There was much laughter and after wards an effort to resume the intro view But lo veto Mr Riley had es caped New York Times MILLIONAIRES POOR STOMACH The worn out stomach of tbo overfed mil llonalrc le often paraded In the public prints as a horrible example of the evils attendant on the possession of great wealth But millionaires are not the only ones who ate aflllcted with bsd stomachs The proportion It far greater among the toilers Dyspepsia and Indigestion are rampant among these people and they suffer far worse tortures than the millionaires unless they avail them selves of a standard medicine like Ireens August Flower which has been a favorite household remedy for all stomach troub leI for over 35 years August Flower rouses the torpid liver thus creating appetite and insuring perfcct dlgcstion It tones and vitalizes the entire system and makes life worth living no matter what your station Trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists w Fight Will be Bitter Those who will persist In closing their ears against the continual recommenda tion of Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with their troubles if not ended earliei byfatal termination Read what T R Beall of Beall Miss has to say IOLast fall my wife had every symptom of consumption She took Dr Kings New Discovery after everything else had failed Improvement came at once east foni bottles entirely cured her Guar anteed by all druggist Price hoe and tl Trial bottle free Although there are documents In ex istence showing evidence of having bsen printed In some way printing be gins with the first use of movable types which was In 1450 by tbe Germans Tbe simple screw bandprets was than used for printing and received no Im portant Improvement before 1800 A T Anderson a Cincinnati proper ty owner attempted to eject a tenants family by shooting and chopping holes through the floor and turning the hose on the occupants of a lower flat When he had wounded his tenant a mob gath ered bnd be was compelled to hide out to avoid personal violence Henry Jarboo who left Bardstown In 1838 has written to his brother Basil Jarboe of Louisville explaining his absence of 65 years Be left Kentucky under the mistaken belief that he had killed a man THE Joseph Price Infirmary is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be casb In advance weekly and monthly Profos ilonxl bills due when services are rendered and must M paid promptly HICI RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Woods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive hin a Call A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services u Auotoiix rto the people of Lincoln County Ho will plcaee both In work price Writo to him MMHHMHrrHMMMMM If you need Printing of Any Kind I Give this office a trial +t++t4tt +ff+ft++ CRS LexinGTon P flO1At s the only daily Democratic paper published in tho Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year It Is especially devoted to the Interests of tbo Democratic party and gives all the news without tear or favor W P Walton Editor 6 Pror Lexington Ky L It Hughes Secretary a TroaBuri Central Kentucky Real Estate Eichaojje TITLE CO i Stanford Ky No lUouu and lot In BUnfordflf ronmhtll porch In the rear good garden food neighborhood tlo o to churches ltd school food lor amall tam lly rrlwtSSO No Illouse and lot In Stanford lieu coo slot fire rooms Uood table and acres of land well fenced Oil of pntllMt balldlof lots In town room enough In front for two otbtr collage or a 2 tory front could bo built to the cottage and be made a beautiful bom Will be Mid cheap u tbe owner must bars money No 4Two alorr trams dwelling 7 room hall and renal Oood garden fencing and house In rood repair Forealaorreat rIce reuoaabl- eNonDwelling of ilx roomlball sod porch rosemary outbuildings Nen arse two POTS room 23x60 fret lower room supplie- dIthcounlenhelvesetc Water In d ltoreroom also mterD and well on place Smallan beck of tore One mile from Hunfonl llulldlnn la 100 repair Dd dlUol orlginally coat SI600 IDd users our 1200 Will ul1 both far 8530 or separatelyNo mile of Crab Orchard Ky brick dwelling rooms two tenant houaea two buns wen and spring near dwelling Farm In high elate of culllratlon acre river Lotion land good fencing fruit etc Price J37SO an acre No Ul00 acres ol land on Lancaater street in Crab Orchard oppotltoSprlnri la no im proYementa except lerg stock barn abundance of itock water lnIUt building site In town Trie 3000 No S3 Two atockaot For par ticulars addreta Central Kentucky Real Kitat lix Change 4 Title Co No 1IOFarm of 160 acres altujted near Kings Tllle KjM acres In culllratlon 39 In Umbcrreat In sraaai well watered two toed barns and other outbulldlngt repair Dwelling eomparatl ly new la within 3OOJot three church school poetofflee and Property lies on pike and county road and la tbe moat desirable arm In that Wawlllselllhwhole kinlor 12 400 or la parcel of not lea than 20 ecru to purchaser This la certainly cheap property No 37 Two eight room frame dwelling In Stanford Ky Large garden and bun lot this la olla of the most desirable douses In town Price reaionabl No 20 Twoatory houM 0 rooms hallTeranda acre splendid land edlolnlaqInlJtanlord 1rop erty In good repair water adllfhte In huuse cis tern at door Ueautlful 13000 No 21 Dwelling of room with 20 acres Und In Moreland Uood barn and neceaaary outbulld la 2 well In splendid orchard and 2 acres atrawberries Immediate pomeaalon lrlc IjO- ONOSJ SCJscreaof Und In Itockckttle for sale or exchange llat all neceuary Improrementa well watered Ac Will be sold at a SNo Ninety acres of land near Wayneeburt KJO acres in timber dwelling and fencing la lAir condition onefourth mile oSptke watered by nerer falling Spring Prlcf f No 63 Twotorrtraml dwelling of alz two halls at and all otberI neoMury outbulldtnm Also loge blacVinrfih 10leetlew price First National BankStanford Kyi Capitol Stock 50000j This institution wee originally established as the Deposit tank of In 1858 then reorganlted as the National flank of Stanford In 1865 and reorganlec1 u the First National flout of Stanford In 1883 having had practically an nnlnter nlatenco for 43 pears It is better transactlagbefore In Its long and career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited II II- CAPITAL STOCK 9flOOOO I Directors LB Paxton J B Owalsy II Shanks W 0 Walker Oeo W Carter Boce ntoFarmer IkTrust Company and under same management continuously- for 34 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT hoping each business relations will prove mutually beneficial McRdHKKTS Directors fFl1aufbmaultanforT II LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Officers 8HANKBPresldenl OW8LEY SAVE 25 This Winter From 15 to 25 cnn be saved each Winter by using oles Original Hot Blast Storerhis wonderful stove burns tho gas huff of soft coalwhich is the chimney with other stovesta Makes 2 soft coal equal to SO hard coal Ji veil heat tIny nn nightand perfect cleanliness Fire never out Perfect results nlsp with hard 01 wood HigginsMKinneySTANFORD Si- T B McROBERTS THE DRUGGISTI Has New Spring Styles of WALL PAPERBest Ready PAINT for Purpose No UouM and firs acres of land la NcKla KtcMnary outbuildings Fencing roodnay and well watered Will sell plars on miy terms No a1G room frame rottic and on acre e land la Ky Lttt bun imokt bouts Ac All budding and fencing In good repel fricellOO NoW FraashoUIUnetronmi doubt reran du hallway etc A large story itorcrooa roDtlng street U lest from hotel up italrs suits bllordw lag 2nice cotll furnished and painted 4 rooms and venDda each A papered stable lionon mm used u rest garden Vaeaotlot adJOIDlo aa front by 100 feet deep All this property It la Landon Ky and II a fine chine for toml one to ask money Ioprllor wi refused ant for 30 Pr month Onacoonatof lllbeolthof his wife only reason for selling proprietor desires to eichaoi for him In Lincoln county Hole umetrelllJamboOO In cold oftemreat new lain sadnluggnoel barn blachmltb shop stable etc Young orcllardI Ill OB county tram run too rarda from o school church la good nelghbuthooj Will Nil or sxchanp at rstionabls figures No IOA taws of acres frame dwelling four rooms Rood stock barn and all neceaaaty out kalldtDgi tencla rooj well watered cut la art acres In culllTatlon rat In blue vue Lathan half mil Irom Weofftt this plan for only g50 Arun- NollTwostory urea room frame dwelling veranda etc One story storeroom to- blackimltli hope tenant bout stable crib and wanhoua bulldlnj new and fencing In nneibape Allot the property la la llmtont Ills Kyaol we will sell ll u a whole or sell N3b IthouseeepFo pricesaddteeatathedcul enuimedsi retail Ko Marm of US acne In Cal county Two story frame dWIIIIDC two good bane Dd other- oulbulldlacs to good repair tlplendld eobaca Und and In community A targaln at 100 No 87 Fsrwof 115eree Iu dwellingend new oldtwo story rooM frame dwelling In lalr jO dltlon Marna and other out On daunt rod splendid tobacco land well watercdtwowellaiprtogt Thhlisdoi ilrable home trla lIIIJO ra Iarm or t0acrca 2 mile from Stan lord on county road 25 ern Iii elllUnlloa sever In pasture 2 orchard and rest la umber Twe mall cotteJICI tool barn and outbulldingswell watered fairly good lllce an be bovghtst yourprlcaaaownerllTia la lodlanapo Hi mutt money- No 83na ot 75 tens water nesburg etc Well fencing indhBlfdta7aln Productive lime uonland In cooaMihushoodcloa to school and on good road rrtoelTOO No 6SA farm ol IM dries In Casey county Ky ODe aDd oDeIIU ltor dwelllni with six room birD and ether outbuilding luau acre la ralUrallon 41 acres In limber trait tree etc Lays well oa county rod slat to church eto Wee only 1000 andons acre land house con taut VarioiuiT rander cellar etc All nee bun all In ipsudidrepair liousenewlfpataledaodcorerI- I Cistern a door Uood garden on 11100 No65Mock general merchandise In Blanford meetly Block and fixtureoashlfng will noUblrlce more than 81200 ash probably not that much Uood location end present proprietor Ia mnoivSlJM from permonth per other year exp nsee lroprletor hu been advised lIhL as conAnemeot L Inju toni10hheieLW011kthisforcosiandcar Officers J HOOKER PresX J J ObeeW U WKARKNBkpr D Khmer Stanford Jan Robinson Hubble J II Ilanebman Stanford W P Tate Stanford b n J B Cashier W M BBIplIT Ass1 CUblerl J t coal a Mixed any twoI00wcn P tureplke t S b No II MH acre ol Und seer Crab Orchard rcheap s tracehouse hncInc8s aNo 6aTen anS onehalf acres of Ian4 nks twoIstory seven room truce dwclitnr Store room ea ry jo side room to by to Good ware room neat la alone threetiderooWill1ftAnllllllIlalktN49FarmoflUacreenT Ilrodhead fit andfencingwell watered Will Bell for 11200 or tjchicfe for property In Uncola county No 2aIto acres of land In Ford oounl X Arklllrlrernntclaaatandaadlaraa Thla land la for sal ecehansNo61Afarm of 100 acres In Lincoln county oalbnlldlallaof acre All on county rod H mile from church school and sod well watered Tbla la a tool tobaccofarm and woild comefromMissfordneueryl- aminatetdrlvefromatunlyniOOwn And only of billterm adjoining this has rrrentljr refuted tU Mr sera this at = KyFrame Umtarand church lays well ooplk and In good cow munlty 4o s 10lJaCOlIDa tenant houien biro room for oyer 100 head of stock sod all other necmaary outbuilding all In goof reair cultivation railroad and pielatllana ruingpringa lidmllesotrerlaillng well sal good cellar load barn 9ui34 iuiokboua Ac Young orchard and one vla yard Hplendld place to rait garden produc to auvnly the town rIce 11300 SownetKtlon 40 acre In puture balanc in timber Dwell Ing rontalna room Larn bun and all nc ndidNo B68G acre ol onlmprored land In Iroa onIronproperty la Lincoln county bUnforiiI goodrepairIf1UI1I0Ulhttbe sold at bargain Close to school and church la4ISroolDdorelllalllion Price f2UQO No Seven room dwetllsjr good cellar and tl kpcdpgand l clog to town Wlll rout a swan family 1xr t I