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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL i VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 11 1903 8 A M NO 82 IHow ZIon City Was Founded How It Grow And What Is Theret U wu In 1800 thai DP Alex Dwta CBUghltho inspiration to found Zron City But not until AUllutj lOdi WM ground broken for the fret hou though there bad been much work dune oa the alto Tbo oily U plattod on exsoi 1lftnL rio liBel with two great boulf ard at angles of 45 degrees The rm and L we t street are numbered from 1 to f 0 First Street being on tbo WIscimMn SLate line The north and south streets hire Biblical names chorea alphabetically from Aaron Avenue on tbe lake bore I to Kabulon Avenue miles back la the t townSeven thoutand six hundred and twootyelghl acres are included la tbo city limits Like a swarm of bees the 55onlte descended on their land to build anew city and It sprang up like mushroom t Dnwle called upon hit followers from Mil part of the country to moo to Klon and they came Do had adopted fed ranced ideas of health cleanlloe aed sanitation from the Mormons at dim proved upon them ZIon City teemed bulldcd literally I aid really on the sands There was aotblng to make It city neither harbor+ ur mine and not much agriculture Again Dowle ibnwcd his resourceful 1eels Ho was related by marriage jo oao Stevenson a Nottingham laeema ker and Dowlo decided that lacemak should be the principal Industry of 4logStuoo1D City lace machinery and bega tkllled laborers to educate hie people In the art lie built a brick building for his lace factory t the east of tbe Northwestern Rillwav and prepared to start the Industry OIl J eaemlei made a determined fight II peep out hid lace machinery declaring acalnit his Importation of ikllled la borers and seeking to force him to pay I high tariff on his machinery Dowle went to Washington taw cer tale persons and the workers and the J machinery came through He as starltngtn Infant industry tie then began to teach bit uoikllltd people recruiting from all ranks of life the art of lacemaklng ISbor11 afterward Slevenion and Dowle quarreled Stevenson went to court with bis troubles and disobeyed lloae rulo of arbitration Oe got a but Dowle who bad recruit 1ludllmoot advisers appealed and finally the case WM compromised Ste venion taking a cash sum for his claim against the Industry In the first two years Dowle built school houses a huge hospice and stab ernacle that will ct 7000 persons tie opened a great general tore establish ed a city court and poitofllce erected a big Printing office and finally started a candy factory that turns out tons of candy every week supplying some of the billion houses In Chicago Tbe candy factory Indeed has been the blggeit paving of his industries Everything seemed to be going on smoothly In Zion The people took up celery culture and the ratling ol vegetable and It seemed ai if the city was In a fair way to become a mono maker Dowlo planned a harbor which could easily be constructed by dredg log and was planning now manufactur log Industries when suddenly religio- clashed with business CEDAR CREEK Wm Sprinkles will preach at Sugar Grove at 11 oclock Sunday morning Sunday school at 10 oclock Dudley James Is at home to spend the holidays with tbo boraefolki Mr Alford James hat moved back from New Albany John Ford U up after a spoil of typhoid fever Hli friends are g ad to sec him Improving Mr Were Mcbolaivllle visited the family of George Boooe Mies Beulah Edwards is out after a spell of pneumonia Carl ton Ollllland of Junction City and Wallace Oliver of Eubonki visited horn tble week Mrs Salllo Penningv ton and Miss Annlo Ware attended tbo quarterly meeting at Preucherevllla Louis Wbltt is at home utTering from a fall from a box car the band hold pulling out with him One finger was cut off another badly mashed and ho was hurt about the bagk which will probably lay him up for some time A Frightened Horse Thinning like mad down the street dumping the occupants or a 100 other accldinti are every daY occurrences It behooves everybody to have a reliable Salve handy and there none as good M Buctlena Arnica Salve Burns Cute Sores Eczema and Pile disappear quickly under its soothing efJect25c by all Druggists I oleve1land CRAB ORCHARD Mr W D Ramsey has been elected poker Judge ofour little city Miss Ltda ftaldwell of London Is visiting Miss Pearl Collier and other friends here For It Mill Hettlo Harris will order you the INTERIOR JOURNAL for a whole year raving you time and pose age Mr B D Holtzolaw des rented tbe property jcnowo as the Wells residence on Lancaster street and will move his family there shortly Mrs Rlcbert has sold her farm and cattle to Gus Oeliel Ho now occupies It II his home Mrs Rlcbert will leave Crab Orchard shortly much to the regret of her frlecds here Mr Emma Farrl has taken rooms at the Debord property since renting her cottage to Walter Adams Mrs Sabra McClure wan called from Stan ford by the Illness of her mother Mrs Pauline Hays Now Is tbe time to order magazines and papers for Christmas presents Send your renewal or now order to Mil Hattie Harris before the Christ HIM rush She has a large number to select from and will quote you cheap prices Maurice Perkins returned Tuesday from Texas with the remains of his brother Roscoe After services con ducted at his home by Rev J O Liv ingston Wednesday morning all tbat was mortal of this bright young man was laid tenderly away In the cemo tery hero Much sympathy extended to his lather and brothers Wade and Maurice Mr Joe Pheasants U confined to his home with pneumonia Mrs Walter anflinch party given Monday evening to a few friends Mr Edmlstoo former theoWest Tuesday and li visiting relatives byre She ba been quite III for tome Nowlandtogave a very enjoyable candy pulling at theircountry borne The box supper given at the Baptist church a few evenings since was a sue ecu In every particular Mrs W Ma too Morris sing two solo In a charm ing manner Mr S Cook and Miss Ella Smith contributed to the pleasure of the evening by kinging solos and pretty little Bertha Lucas recited very gracefully and charming The boxes were then sold by Mr Chandler In his most pleating manner KINGSVILLE Misses Lulu Hicks and Annie McKee have held a most successful term Hodges L Campbell havent moved tbe entire plant bore from Lexington but It Is tbelr Intention to make tbe change Sam Rlgnev In the last two weeks has opened a first eiass grocery He will gradually Increase his stock ac cording to his amount of patronage Dr O M Thompson has completed obi now grist mill The engine which le a little beauty is run by gasoline O D Evans came down from Lexington to put In tbe machinery There was a bow at the opera Souse Monday and Tuesday evenings both performances being largely at tended A school entertainment Is the next attraction about two weeks off Before proceeding to Impart tbe lo cal news we will state that we have returned from Flemlngiburg for If we dot It might not be generally known pleasednwith Flemlngiburg but ve are at Klngsvllle now and It is our intention to write a strictly Klogavllle letter Mr O A Walter went to Stanford Monday S C Carter of Scdalla Mo spent Thanksgiving here with hie grandmother Mrs Elizabeth Peaim Mack Wllllatni la night operator at Glen Mary Tenn Manfred Cbevo letto spent a day or two with his home folks here Archie raoclwbo was so unfortunate as to have his feet froz en Is somewhat Improved Fight Will be Bitter Those who will persist In closing their ears against the continual recommenda lion of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption will have a long and bitter tight with their troubles If not ended earlier by fatal termination Read what T It Deal of Bcall Mi s has to say Last fall my wile bad every symptom of consumption She took Dr Kings Now Discovery after everything olio had failed Improvement came nt once and four bottles entirely cured her Guar anteed by all druggist Price 50C and tl Trial bottle free Thaoew Kentucky State Railroad Commliilon was organized at Frank fort C C McChord succeeding himI self as chairman Moses Glenn ofI Mublenberg county was elected eecreI tart Mrs Rufus Dean of CornUhvllle Mercer county fell In the fire at her SheI NEWS NOTES Herbert Spencer tbe famous author la dead at hie home In Brighton Roland Leo Smith a two year old child was burned to death at Paducab A recluse possessed of 850000 In mon ey died at Huntington Conn of star yahoo The Sherman Texas cotton compress valued at 200000 was destroyed by fire Prof H H White former president of Kentucky University died at Lex ington Benjamin Miller a fireman was elec trocuted while fighting a Ore at Wash ington Pa Col R D Locke former U S mir shal for the Southern district of Geor gia is deadIMrs Mary McCord a female miser of New Rochelle N yWII killed by a railroad trln On account of a prank 10 students at Hanover College were expelled and 50I others impended Near Marietta 0 Esph Kinney an oil driller killed his sweetheart and committed suicide Mlitaken for a burglar John Oiuch nwikl a union truokmaker at Chica go was shot and killed The Langley flying machine was giv en another trial near Washington and was complotelreoked There are now 81000 civilized In duos In Indian Territory recording to the report of the Inspector John Spires of Albuquerque N M shot and killed Llna Perkins a schoolgirl and committed suicide Mies Elizabeth Gllletple was assassinated by an unknown person while sitting In her room at Rising Sun Ind Tom Cox who killed Policeman Dowoll at Naibvllle has been moved from tho Jill there for fear of a mob Two young men arrested In Pitta burg on being searched were relieved of diamonds and other jewelry valued at Dowlo Is again In full control of Zion City and It Is prob able the bankruptcy proceedings will be dismissed In a few days With the conient of his creditors tbe receivers were discharged by Judge Kobliaat In the district court of Cherokee county Toxat Allen Brown a Negro charged with attempted criminal assault was sentenced to 1000 years In the penitentiary Under the law tbe jury could not impose a death sentence When arrested Brown narrowly escap ad being lynched John Alexander Dowlo made a state meat of his assets and liabilities at a meeting of his creditors In Chicago Tbe statement gives tbo resources In eluding land buildings stock In Indus trlea and bills receivable as I186M5210 The llabtlltlei are placed at 058349 The amount of these liabilities now duo Is 1552267 Charles Chouio and David Cornell got drunk and began shooting In Jack son They were chased by a posse overtaken landed In jail and heavily fine ed Previous to this Breatbltt cap tal had been quiet since tbe withdrawal of the soldiers No more trouble Is anticipated Capt Ewen is walking tbe street without a bodyguard The Hargls brothers have discarded their bodyguards CHURCH MATTERS Roy J L Owens has accepted a flat tering call to the pastorale of the church at Bronilon Journal Roy Burrls A Jenkins of Kentucky Unlvenliy will preach at the Chris than church Danville Sunday morn Ing and evening Itov George Baker of Burnslde was stricken blind on tbe streets of Columbia while soliciting funds for the new Baptist church In course of construc tion at Burntldo- Thq ladles of tbo First Presbyterian church cleared 1155 on their bazaar Saturday It was one of the prettiest affairs of the kind ever held here Danville News Ucqrge had taken a walk down Chestnut street and that eve ning was asked to tell his father a etc ry Tbe sixyearold complied as fol lows I was walking down Chestnut street and I mot a little boy and I cut off his head Then I cut off his arm Theo I cut off his brother arm Then I dumped him In the river Why cried the father that1 a horrible story Now I command you to tell me a nice story George was stumped for a minute but at last be obeyed orders I was walking down Chestnut street and I met a little boy and I didnt out off his head I didnt cut oil his arm I didnt cut off his brother arm and I didnt dump him In the riverPhila delpbla Press W Owen Mclotyre will represent fromI LANCASTERi Capt T A Elkln purchased a largo consignment of mules In Lebanon Mon day and left with them at once for Atlanta Mill Sallie Elkln will take her beautiful decorated china to Stanford Wed AsaphHotelSeveral democrat of iblsclty attend ed the Inauguration Tbe following gentlemen were In tbe city Messrs Wm Lawson 0 A Arnold Judge A D Ford R L1 Davidson and Senator Farris countytookTuesday They were Ugs Anderson sent fur five years for breaking In tbe depot and another Taylor Glbbs for assaulting two ladles In Upper Gar rardMayor Robert Klonalrd entertained very elegantly the city council aodotb or officials here Tuesday evening Tbe unanimous expression was Long live the mayor and his response was I want to live until tbe water works Is completed any way The people of this community wore distressed to hear of the death of Miss Kate Walker She was an aunt of Mr Louis Laodram of this city and leaves a host of friend who regret her death Tbe remains were brought here to the residence of her nephew Mr R A Burnslde and Interred In tbe Lancaster cemetery Mil Katie Lee Denny entertained very handsomely at ber country home on the Richmond pike Mln Denny a charming hostess and all enjoyed her hospitality Dellclons refreshments wcro served during the evening Miss Lizzie Hudson entertained at her home evenlnllManyHudson hospitality Mrs Robert Mc Roberta has returned from a visit to ber parent Mr and Mrs R W BarryBryanfor the past week In the Interest of tbe Hartford Insurance Co Mr Richard Ward has returned from tbe Livings ton coal fields In which bo Is Interest ode He reports things In Quo shape and says the coal that has been mined Is giving perfect satisfaction to tbe coo Iumerl HUBtiLE gripUncleIndiana Ed Keeton sold 3 Dunbar some choice meat hogs at 41c Turkeys and mules are worth 12o per pound on this market and eggs 25o per pound Corn has suffered a decline on this StlacThe Sunday School at the Christian church will give a Christmas tree and an entertainment night before Christ mil lastSundaynext Sunday afternoon here at the Christian church Mrs Campbell of Wayne Is with her brother Jas McKecholo Tom Pearce bmood to Silas Metier Mr Davis and wife have moved to L G Hubble property- C H Yeager and Roscoe Hudson went to Lexington last week to con tract with the Telephone Co to haul their pole from Lancaster Mrs T C Rankln has been on tbe sick list Ell Dents and family have moved to the King farm near Floyds old mill MILLIONAIRES POOR STOMACH The worn out stomach of the overfed mil ilonatre is 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 once who are afflicted with bad stomachs The proportion It far greater among tho toilers Dyspepsia and Indi gestion are rampant among these people and they suffer far worse tortures than the millionaires unless they avail them selves of ft Ilandard medicine like Oreens August Flower which has been a favorite householdremedy for all stomach troub leI for over 35 years August Flower rouses the torpid liver thus creating ap petite and insuring perfect digestion It tones and vitalizes the entire system and makes life worth living no matter what your etatlon Trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists LAND STOCK CROPS ETC FOR SALE Five or six choice fat hogs Joe Ballou Henry Bright Hays sold to W L McCarty nine 30pound shoal for 815 Simon and Jonas Well bought of various parties In Fayette Bourbon and Scott 119 export cattle at 4 to 4Jo Among the nominations of postmen tars sent to tbe Senate were John B Weller Bardstown Coleman Barnes Ellzabethtown Coleman C Wallace Richmond If you think of buying a Suit or overcoat be sure and let us show you what we have before you decide 850 TO 25 In the better grades we can give you style and quality equal to made toorder goods without any trying fton i T o MILLER Danville KD THE GLOBE YES We ate under the Opera House with FIRE GOODS So Cheap youll think we gave them tojyou- WEATHERFORD MYERS Hustonville Ky FIRE FIRE Look Out For CHARLES WHEELERS Fire Sale of Goods inlEvery Line at Hustonville next week BARGAINS New Xmas Dolls On Display IAt W N CRAIG Pharmacist Successor to Craig A Hoclter u STANFORD KENTUCKY FULL Line of Overcoats and Suits All uptodate goods J S Call in and examine our stock fit W E PERKINS S Crib Orchard Ky J v f L THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E Co WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SRn- It a candidate for SbtriB of Lincoln county subject to ue acUon of the democratic parry GEO WDEBORD- Is cantUitt for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject lo lk action of the democratic party t T JEFF HILL SR It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to Ow action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN It acandUate for sheriff of Lincoln county sublet W action of the democratic party PINK FARMER Is a Candida te for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tht action of the Democratic party JAMES c HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of tbi lasso critic party WIHEftRINt k candidate for Jailer subject to the action of tile democratic party s SAMUEL M OWENS Is i candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county lutjecl to fee action of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate Superintendent of Public Scllools of Lincoln County subject to th of the demo cnflc party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate Superintendent of Public Scllools Lincoln county subject to tile action of tile delllo Cratlc party HON D4 MOORE- of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In the Eighth district to succeed Hon d ci Ubert sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party Yqur sup port Is earnestly solicited BEFORE the largest crowd ever In Frankfort Gov Beckham for the thIrd time took the oath of office as governor of Keotncky Tuesday The IDaD ural ceremonies were preceded by an 1mI moose parade participated In by over a thousand State troops picked bodle ef Louisville police and Bremen StateI Beers and civilians from all parts of the State The city pf Frankfort nov dr before wore such profuse decora done The crowning event was the re ceptlon and Inaugural ball given at tbe Capital Hotel at night Col Wllllan P Thorne wbo was Inducted Into th office of lieutenant governor took oc canton to say I cant act officially all long as Gov Beckham lIon Kentuck soil but I am sled of this opportunlt to talk to some of you concernlnz par dosaiBefore the eighth of last May I promised to be good to my frlendi who camo to me seeking them wheneve GOY Beckbam happened to be out 01 the State I want 0111 to hear wit flees that I cow take It all back In the ctmpafgn with the republicans they a made the matter of pardons an Issue tad Itnade up my mind to toll you If you eleotedme that I wont grant any pardons Tits following from the Waahlngto correspondent of the Louisville Time shows that Bon O G Gilbert is not only a candidate to succeed himself but IB sanguine that he will win In speaking of the opposition to him for 8 renomlnatlon for Congress Mr Gilbert said I have just returned from homo t I have opposition but I say wltbou hesUancv I shall be renomlnated sac elected to Congress TUB Inability of Judge SauOey of a this place who bad been selected tQ deliver tiernorlal address at the gray i of GOY Wm Goebel the State cemetery av Frankfort to go caused a call lUll off of the memorial exercises Not d withstanding this fact hundreds of those who attended the Icauguratloi t went but to the cemetery and vlsltec T the grave Which was covered with do ral designs THE INFERIOR JOURNAL would lIke to see the next General Assembly paea a law making Ib ad offense punishable by a term in the penitentiary to gIve a check when thero was no provision made for the payment of It A man mean enough to give a cold check has no business outside the penltentla ry walls Let the next Legislature act on the matter- THINK of it 14308 voluntary peti dons In bankruptcy were flied during the year ending Sept 30 The largest number of petitions were filed In Ala bama that State being credited with 1707 cases What are we coming to TEDDY Is much worried over reports of opposition to his nomination for the presidency and his secretary Is kept busy sending out Invitations to repub licans to lunch at tHe White House 4 POLITICAL The president nominated Sherod k StanQold to be postmaster at Williams burg- A bull was introduced in the House J in make McKlnleys birthday Jan 29 t M a national holiday to be known as McKinley Day The democratlo National committee will meet In Washington about Jan 12 to fix a time and place for holding the ext democratlo National convention r N 0 Crutcbfleld former journal clerk of the House an authority on r parliamentary procedure says there was DO races between the two sessions Coofreae The 210 democrats of the Balls Mill precinct Franklin county the voting strength of the precinct to a loam rode In the Inaugural parade aDd attracted much attention A Washington telegram Sava SODI tor Hanna bas announced that Perry Heath will remain secretary of tbo republican National committee as 10Da ns he Hanna remain chairman Senator Morgan took Prelldent Roosevelt to task in a speech In tbe Senate He said Roosevelt was ullt of presidential usurpation In his conduct on the Panama canal treaty Senator Teller In a speech In tbe Senate charged tbat Gen Wood mlD ufactured sentiment In Cuba In favor of the reciprocity Bill and that be sent circular to Senators urging the passage of the bill an act that would have resulted In the cashiering of aDY other officer HUSTONVILLE D J Newburn expected home fro Columbus Miss this week Pipes Bros shipped Tuesday to At lanta a car of tip top cotton mules Howard Camnltz vow bas a contra with the Plus burR base ball team for lOOt G T Bohon shipped Tuesday to Al lanta a car of fines sugar mules that will bring top prices In any market It may benefit some of our bog owl ers that allow them to run out od the hlllbwayooculoDaUYtto know ihi they are cot as safe as If they were a good utroDg fenced lot at horn BEE Charley Harvey the now butch OD VatmNo 1 on the 0 St was arroste by ourmarshal upon a writ chargln hIm with grand larceny and upon exI mining trial he was held over undo bODd ot 1100 which be gave Be live sI In CincinnatiThe stock of Weatberfcrd J ilyera has beg a moved up Into tbo opera house preparatory to their IllveI way sale that begins Saturday 12th nhls firm we are sorrr to state has de Ided to go out of business and desire to close out these goods regardless ofI Cptt James O Coulter the clever farolerI and extensive stave dealer of Middle iurg has sold his farm to Sam Boll of lunnyllle Mr Coulter will most like y buy a home In the Blue Grim and be bas hIs eye on one In OUT city to whlcl we would gladly welcome him and bll amllyThe ladles of the O W B M will lave charge of the morning service at tile Christian church here next Sun day The program will be Interesttnf aad impressive to tho extent that all rho can should attend Bro Mills subject for night h Who la Sure of leavenThe switch board for our tele hone system has arrived at last sot the work of connecting all the lines li olngon The exchange for the pros ont will belly the lower room of the lasonlcibulldlng It Is the purpose ol the management Jo build a aubstaotla lulldlng for their purpose In the prlng The Beaver Creek Oil S Gas Coi dream of wealth end Its consequent ipptness seems from reliable informs tloD direct this morning from thslr Oeld to bejtbelra Their last well just ut Into tbilaand Is now being pumped and up to this writing U yielding an oUtput of 480 barrels per day sod oubtletejwould Increase this amount bur this lejthe full capacity of their lumping pipe- JanielFarlee the spiritual wonder of- all who have visited her home com Lamed last weeklol haying a tooth she anted pulled Her parents sent for a local dentist who upon examination louDd It wouldibe veryihard and pain ul to extract and she was so told She InsIsted upon the work being doneeay IDIt It wouldl DOt hurt her more than the misery she swan accustomed to and ughed while the painful operation wall being performed Mrs Judge W M Myers on coming bome from berJfathera a mile below Iberty had a hot brick lathe phaeton as the day was quite chilly En route sbe etoppedltdrdlnner at Mr William Mers the judges father and after ltolDIt Into the house hereon who was wltbher looking back across the yard a the phaeton discovered tbo vehicle on fire and only by quick work on the parr of all was the blaze extinguished Tile bad driven fully six miles when- tbe Are was discovered Jane Moore and Belle Armstrong wero run over and Instantly killed by- an L S N switch cngln e at Header soa They were evidently trying to dodlte a train on another track when tbe switch engine backed several career them A movement for a combination of all- tbe Independent telephone companies Ullated with the Independent Tele phoDe Association was started at the aDDuat meeting of that organization in tilcago The excitement at Hanover College I dying out Both the students and members of the faculty have evinced a sposltlon to settle tbo trouble amlca bly and suspended students will re rnJames Murphy of Mublenbergcaun ty was run over and killed by a train at Central City PLEASE remit your subscription to- tlJlI paper Extracts From The PresIdents Message Publicity can do no harm to the hoo the law Is demanded a right not asked as a favor We cannot afford to be panlmonl In providing for what Is essential to our national well being We cannot have too much Immigra- tIon of the right kind and we ahould have none at all ot the wrong kind It should mean something to becomo a citizen of the United States and In the process no loophole wbatever should be left open to fraud U should be the pollcf t the UDlted States to leave no place on earth where a corrupt fleeing from this country caD rest In peace The givers and takers of bribes sta on an evil pre eminence of Infamy The fighting ship not the commerce destroyer is the vessel whose tears add renown to a nations history Rural free delivery taken In connec tlon with the telephone bicycle aDd the trolley accomplishes much toward lessening the Isolation of farm life It is unhealthy and undesirable lor the cities to grow at the expense of tbo countryThe people who are content with a system of promotion merely bv seniority are those who are contented with medloclty over excellence To stand still means to go back There should be no cessation In addlDIl to the effective units ot the Hghllo strength ot the naval fleet For 400 yearn the canal across tbo Isthmus baabeenplanned For twoscore year it has been worked at VbeD made it Is to last for the ages It Is to slier the geography of a country aod be trade routes of the world The pot teislon of a territory fraught with sues pecllar capacities carries with It obll all6n to mankind At last the rich o begin this great undertaking II nade available AU that remains IeI for the American Congress to do It part and this country will enter upoi he execution of a project coloial In Itl Ilze and of well nigh Incalculable pos Iblllttes for the good of thla countr aDd the nations of mankind A Costly Mistake Blundets are sometime very expensive kcasloolly life itself Is the price of a aliuke but youll never be wrong if yoi take Dr Kings New Life Pills for jirpsla Dizziness Headache Liver or Bowel troubles They are gentle yet borough 25c at all Drug Stores Representatives of tour branches 01 the Presbyterian church are holding a aeetlng In New York to discuss tbe uestlon of church union An Orange NJ miD was strlcke rich smallpox and died while oa his hooey moon 0 Hoary Holly one of the richest aDd belt known farmers In Fayelte county hi dead L R Hughes Secretary d Treasury Central Kentucky teal Estate Extiiang TITLE CO Stanford Ky No Housaand lot In StanfordflTBiroomshall onh IB the rear1ood preen good neighborhood dote to churches ao l sc po1 wood lot small lam It j Trice ssM No IlouM toil lot In Stanford Lions coo ahll are rooms Uood slsbls and S arm of land ell sated One of pretlleat building Iota In town room enough In front ht two other cottages or a ltor7 front could be built to the cottage and made a beautiMhom Will be old cbrap u OIIV must hue money ud Veranda GooIgsrdeofeoelsgandbouNln- od npalr For ale or rent Price reaaonable wceuary KoHOwelUneofiU aodganlenAlsolarge two Iton room MxW feetlower room supplied lhcountenhelraetc WaUr In dwelling and oreroom also cistern and well on nlice Smut l hack of store One mile from BUnford Uulldlngi 10 tol repair nd d orltlnillr out al6o- uduoreoerIl20n Wuf Mil both for KM will rent or tell separately No 13230 acre farm j mile of Crab Orchard KJ Brick dwelling 8 roomy two Unant houses to barm well god spring near dwelling Finn blgb state o1 cullttillon 150 arm rlvpr lotion land good fencing fruit etc Irlce 13760 an ten No HIOO acre ol land on LaneaaUr street Cnb Orchard opposite sprinja In gnu no 1m OTementseicept large atock bsra abuadanoe el ock water lrettleat building alte In town PrIce 59Twoatockaofgoe for sate For par Uculan address Central Real Estate Lx isngeATItleCo No 3OFrm of sene situated near Kings He Kp60 acres in cullisatlon39In Umberres watered two barns and otber- OUlbulldlnp Dwelling comPlralln- Jr nw Is within JJrd ot tbree churches poItolllce Iroperiv lies on keand county road and II the moet dedrable- tarm In that section Wl will sell the whole farm for K 400 or In paroela of not less than ages to Itpurchaler Thla li certainly cheap propertr No 37 Two story eight room frame dwelling In Large gard n and bun lot Thlt- oceofthemostdalrablehouseats In town Prlc uoaable Mo 20 oVoStorr bOll 9 rooms bsllTeranda lZ acres splendid land adjolnlngln Stanford 1rop en In good water sod in riuute ell tern at door liesiutlful home 171ce13000 No 21 Dwelling of rooms with 20 acre Isnd 10 Uood barn and necessary outbulld 2 acreutrtwberrrieilimrnedletedpoorchardeeulodac IrlcolXO No M 1M acnsof land In Rockeastle for sale or exchange lies all necessary improvements lfell watered tie WIU U sold at t bargain No 68 Ninety acres of land near Wayneaburg K r 30 acres In tlmbcn dwelling stud fencing r condition onefourth untie off pike watered Denr Ulllng spring Pricsaiit0- Twostory frame dwelling of six rooms rand o well it door and all older oeceaarroutbulldlop Also large blacksmith op length of shop and teet wide Thla property will be sold at a very price- No e and he acres of land In MeKIn ne r NtnIISrJoutbulhllDp Fencing oed- and well watered place on easy msSaS7e room frame cottage and one acre o bun imeke house otc repairIceNo aoA farm of 1M acres hams dwe11Inq lour rouma good stock barn and aU necessary out will watered cat In are I1l1dJ 0Screeln cultivation Teat In blue grass 1Me tau bIf toll trots tlUllplkL WolIn this pl ice for only OO per errs e et If you want to KO one of tho Largest Assortments in the Statovf Kentucky excluding none you i will find it at Murray A McAilams Jewelry Store Danvillo Ky Afo Runrantco to sell you the avlmo clay of goods cheaper than you can buy them in any city nud we ull11 guurnnleo to save you front 10 to 20 per cent on prices quoted in nuy catalogue fait to see our Gold froaehes from fato fi otllora from i11 to 2OO WntcltJI Diamonds Gold Chaini Jlntcclet Ilain antI Set Itiuge Gold and Silver lint Pins Silver Cut Glass Itiun Lampe UmbrcllM Bronzes rants bun i tlreds of other article Hoe them MurraY l8Z MeAdams Jewelers Danville THE GRAND LEApER I I Is Closing Out to Quit Business mns aeeltaara r 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 at what it will bring Boot npron gingham So yard All wool dress goods 25o yard 50c and 75o corsets at 30a 25o Mercerized Oxfonls at Me yd Fine flannelettes worth 15c at 00 yard Good outing 5c yard Mena 3 ehoos go at 1DB rona 2 shoes go nt 120 THE GRAND LEADER M B t CO S B IMnnnper POSTED We whose names appear below trleU tress- passing kind offorbid bunting ashing or any on our place and prosecute violators to the full extent of the law T A Rice Ur J O Carpenter- J u Carter Br W R Amon George Rolmus J O Neal P W Carter Fred VnnOtueplgan J Nh Carter Fred VonMlman Fred Baumao Albert VooOruoenlgan J z Bpoooamore T U Holmes n F land J B Camenlsch Peter Balmor W II Jobn- eonCommissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court R9 Btrodcr S Boo Ilff va R W Walllna Admr Deft Oommlsslonera Sale Pursuant to a judgment and order of sale rendered In the Rhino action render ed at tile November term 1003 the under signed commissioner will on SATURDAY DEC 12 1003 On the premises In Crab Orchard sell to the best bidder at public out cry the following prop- erlY The bar fixtures consisting an Ice aDd beer cooler counter mirrors beer decanters glasses and other suchpump article and as was used by R W Wallin deceased In conducting his sa loon business al Crab Orchard ly togeth er with his stock ot liquors of all kinds con tamed In bottles kegs as well as said bottles kegs and barrels of the sale U to satisfy the- judgmentoftheplatathRagalostthe rotate of or cent Interest from Feb 10 1003 and the costs of this action Terms Owdltrof 3 months bond with approved security bearing Interest from dto paid to or the purchasers may at their option pty the purchase at the time of said te Said property or to much thereof M may be nee Msary be sold as will satisfy plsjntlffs laid debt Interest and costs R O WARREN Comr Mens 150 ihoes go at 080 Indies SlBO heavy calf shoes 07c Ladies 2 henry shoes 180 Indies heavy tmderwonr iSJo n giinnont S3 Indies fun Sl ladies furs 225 G Indies fuw 8420 750 ladies cirri 8108 J Ion vy fleeced hose lOc Heavy hlnnkots 18o pair 10 overcoats 8728 1250 overcome 88DS SIb overcoats 008 820 overcoats 18 08 Mans hate from 25o upjfr LEVY Prors LEVY described personal plaintiff 8LCO COME And see this before you buy You get int this a slack or coke or trash burner It is an Airtight Hot Blast combined Too much can not be said for a IStoveGeo H Farris JCo Stanford Kyr Christmas Presents The Holiday Stock lIicroisalargegathcring I VntellesC1orksand Novelties The se section of Jewelry is largo and variedSWe H MUELLER J J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL l BTAICFOBD KY Dt r111G03- In Oiling your prescriptions we DM preporir pot do bettor If yon ua double the price which la alwava reasonable Pen cya Drug Store t PERSONALS MRS R 0 HOOKER Is quite lit T H SHANKS went to Shelby yes Cooic of Lexington was here 1tordaf JULIA CHASE of Louisville Is T P mil M SAUKLBY of Lexlng JtOI wee here yesterday s Miss TEVIS CARPENTER returned yesterday from Lexington WALTER UoiiER Is at homo fro Central University quite sick Miss NETTIE WRAY le visiting Mk Jennie Hughes at Bloomlngton III MRS TO WILLIS sod Nanoy of NIcDolasyllle were bere Wednesday Jrssx D WEAREN reports a small crowd sad dull business at Liberty court MRS MARY CONN and eon Frank bf Pilot Lick are with Mrs Malcena Liweon JOHN KEVIUB has gives up his pod tion In JC McClaryi and will go to braking MR ToW PAtrON of Cincinnati arrived yesterday to visit Mr W H Traylor Mit AND MRS W J YAdEtvof I Louisville have a little eon HousUn McKInney 4IR J K BAUUIIMAS and wife of Ilustonvllle were guests at Mr M S DauebroanMas MILLER returned Wed aetday from Savannah Ga whore she t hoe been teaching sectionhibuilding at Washington dauibterMltltow days with his parents In Casey MRJW PKRRIN has moved bis lamely to the residence on Lancaster treat be bought of Mr Kate Miller 19 MRS SAIIKA MCCUJRE returned to s Crab Orchard Tuesday She had been here to nurse Mrs John H Foster who fs Ifrtalllmprond MR T J TETER Is back from Dan flUe where he has been working tbo Doaomea business tie Is at home to sup pow beaaya MRS DAVISON has moved to tb Main vPMtmuterfamily lore the home she vacated HONS R C WARREN M F Northh and J M Alversooaod Messrs I Carter Ernest Carter A C Duno and Manley Due attended tho Inaugura tionBEVRn8E1TATiVEJ41 ALVERSON of Lincoln county was here today and announced the candidacy of Mr A C Dunn ot Lincoln for doorkeeper of the House Mr Alyerson Is champion lOll Mr Dunn cause and thinks ho has a Moo chance to Era Frankfort Cor CourierJournal COL W G WELCH of Stanford has been In the oily to see hie niece MJtt OpheUa Thompson of Chicago who Is r III with typhoid fever at Norton In flrmary Miss Thompson recovering Mrs A Addaraa of Crab Orchard Is In the city visiting her sister Mr John Halderaan Courier Journal DR CARL L WHEELKR the beat officer of tbo city lectured to the class of trained nurses at tbo Good Samarl tan Hospital on tbo anbjeot ofUDacte rlolopy Ho Illustrated bla lecture with 08 specimensof bacteria germs which bo bad collected for the purpose The lecture was one of the finest and host prepared of the season Lexing top Democrat LOCALS LAI robes both plush and fur at J OS McClarya FARM band wanted M S Baugh map Stanford PEE our and lOc counter Hlg gins McKInney WILL have a big supply of flro work- for Xmas Farrllc Co SEE the Blizzard Storm Fronts for buggies at J C McClarya HlQfilNS b MoKlNNEY are supply log tbo doctor with Blizzard Fronts Try DccaCHRISTMAS good are arriving at Higgles MoKlnnoys Call and see themaFOR a oleo Xmaa present Inspect tho riDe line of watches chains clocker at Mueller + s SOLID sliver spoonn and fork In greater variety than ever shown In Stanford at Muellers ATTEND UnaryD McCluroa tale household kltchep furniture etc at Turnoravllla this afternoon r Din bargatna la Cloaks and heavy Casslmeres for ladlea skirts men aDd boys pants Dont alee themv John p Jones L SEE the grandest line of lamps ever In town at FaYrls5c Cos + r READ tbo ported notice In this paper before you RO bunting canbl1risCo a FREE with every purchase of 13 or ViewCGlpeSATURDAY afterooon wo expect to tohearFARRIS CO have opened their Obrlittnat stock Their lice ot china ware beets sop ever brought to town A TWOYEAROLD child of Section Foremen Walker of the Gilbert Creek section died Wednesday and was burled yesterday at Oo ben Wmorno woo tboftZonopbono rifled soldseatLTHERE will be ree tbo Christian church on the evening of Thursday Dec 24th Kferybodjr U Invited to put pressers on ItICblcaRolhaoton They are the Urged publl Gars and manufacturer we have la their line SldRlatonbal1140 pr coot of the amount due the county teachers He will disburse It Saturday OPENING To N10UTevoo to 10 oclock Come and tee the largest sod tno t beautiful display of holiday Rood orcboltraiW1J fled ear pf corn ho found tome day ago It was au almost perfect ear but welched ai mush at a dozen or to do la tbolr healthy State TUB printer failed to sign Northcott Thomas porno to their turkey ad but ai they offered 12Jo per pound for the rare birds on foot they got a ROod many anyway See their notice this liiuo TnriJttleglrls are especially Invi ted to attend the bur to be given by the Baptlit ladles tomorrow Satur nday They ibould not fall to tea the beautifully droned dolls that will be on sale tbde arcse an fruit and ornamental freer out ouses eta For particulars address John P Jones Stanford It TAXES Unleu you pay your State and county taxes on or before Tburt day Dec 17 1003 your property will be advcrttied In the INTERIOR JOURNAL and told I am ready to pay all county claim M S Haugbmao Sheriff TUB wife of William tier died at Somerset of paralysis Tuesday and the burial occurred there Wednesday afternoon Mr J A Allen of this prone a brother of Mr Foster attended the burial Mr Foster and family lived Jn Stanford until about 10 pears ago OUR HustoavlUo letter tellaofagreat strike made by tbo Denver Creek Oil A One Co The belief It general that Tuesh lilt estimated ate 6tKr1b rrelcr n Deaver Creek took It advancing right along and U hard to buy at any price THE Ladles Aid Society of the DIp tilt church will on Saturday Dec 12 give a Baxaar and exchange in the sample rooms of the Veranda Hotel next door to Mueller the jeweler Cakes bomemado candles etc and all kinds of fancy articles will bo for sale during the entire deg Mrs R D Mahooy Sec KILLING KINFOLKS It la rather coincidence that the three last born cides In this county were cases where relatives did the shooting The Ore t was the killing of Colonel Adams by Otteney by hie nephew John Petrey between Carters Storeand Highland and tho third the killing of Will Holmes by bis cousin James Kennedy which occurred sear Cedar Creek In the East End Saturday night last FOUNT FARMER KILLED Undo Fount Farmer as ho was familiarly known was run over and killed by an eoglno at Frankfort Tuesday Ho went there to attend the Inauguration and bad occasion to cross the L N tract Doing very deaf he failed to hear an approaching engine and be was run over and killed Mr Firmer WAS 70 ycarsold a widower and a brother of Mrs W Huff Dudderar Ho made his homo at Mr J M Wares near Sauf of1ep He was a clever honorable old gentleman and no bettor democrat ever lived The deceased waa a great ad mirer of Gnv Beckham and had talked for weeks about going to the Inaugura l1eroaadground near Neals Creek 00 to Severance Sons lor shoes and rubbers PLENTY of that Ricid old s6 kBSD born coffee for Xmas IllaRloe McKloney JEWELRY tucb raring broacbe lookers la tbo posse l and bm designs at Muellers CLOAKS Great burtfitlua In up to dots coats for ladles and misses Sevj eranca a Sons SEE our IIoOtit beating stoves Somothlog sew In a hot blast John Bright Jr k Cq MR A C CONNBTT of Cincinnati Is bore to bottle 1KX dozen quarts of W U Traylora whkv COURT DAY dpI OIA L 39e each for chorea of a big roc of odds and end In rnen60o underwear Severance do SODS LOST Beaded pocketbook between Mrs W O Speeds and S R Bauer mant contained about S5CO Reward eave at this office 5s WB have just ppenrd a late shipment pf Holiday Good You cao always OUIIitoreTUB wile of Jam Lunsford died a few days since A little child born Just before she died Is doing wolf and lifeI day of the year Celebrate U by cowing to v this ofllce and paying whet you may own Youll enjoy Christmas the more by doing it- Miss SALLIE r willhave tier exhibition of dacorated1 porcelain at the St Aiapb Wednesday 10th Instead of Tuesday 15th all heretofore advertised THE examining trial of John Petrey for killing Armp Petrey goingna At Its completion the ease of James Kennedy for killing Will Holme j will bo called THOSE desiring to purchase a home would do well to consult tho Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange h TI tie Co We have several please for eta which are not advertised V SOLD OCT Mayor A B Florence has sold his store to Mr S P Gray of Barbourvlljp but who Is well and fa vorably known here The latter will continue the business at the old stood Mayor Florence will spend a mooch or so resting up MR ED PEYTON has bought of Dr J F Peyton the cottage on Whitley Avenue now occupied by Mr M M Swecopy the planing mill man He will get possession Jan 1 In the mesa time Mr Peyton and wife are boarding at Mr W T Smiths IF you want to sell your farm or town property place U with the Contra Kentucky Real Estate Exchange It Ti tie Co If your property can be sold we can sell It for you and can secure as good a price for It at anybody Our ad vertising facilities are second to none Give us a trial atrama severe cold Mr John Fox Jr the reader lecturer and author was hardly himself Walton Opera House Tuesday night- where a good crowd bad gathered t hear him Do was exceedingly liners and was not feeling well enough to put the life In his readings necessary tomato them Interesting In the extreme The Stanford Lyceum Co la to bo coo gratulated on bringing so distinguish ed a gentleman hero to entertain our people and Ill no fault of theirs that Mr Fox was so Indisposed IN NEIGHBORINGCOUNTIES Craven Sullivan aged 70 la dead In Wbltley county Mrs Thomas Bryant Is dead In Mel cer after a long Illness She leaves a husband and nine children Dr M Dunn of Richmond will sue Geed Dr Phil Roberts deceased en tbo pension board of Madison county Mrs B Wortbam one of the mov prominent women In Harrodsburgdled after a lingering Illness of typhoid fever Gabo Caldwell for menu years a drug clerk In Danville died at St JOB cpha Hospital In Chicago The re morns were brought to Danville and Interred A Ore which started In tbo Oleo Mor gao Hotel at Jolllco damaged thebulld lag and furniture to the extent of 815 000 TGn Jelllco Hotel caught from I arid burned eta loss of 10000 Ills relatives af Burgln have just re ceived Information from Luther Houoh ire who was reported to have boa killed several months ago In California saying that be UV und and well A A Lewis who was editor of tho Somerset Bepubllcan from 1883 to 1805 a true blue Socialist la now one of the editors of the Labor Advocate a new weekly paper started at Plnevllle JournalAt Sam Wilkes and Richard Bailey of Nlcbolaivllle wee standing talking and Bailey waa show jag a plllOI tb Wilkes when the weapon was discharged the ball entering Wilkes left side lofllctlo a fatal wound FRRENT WmAereragceJ B OWSLEY FOR SALE I Work mule for safe by the bead or In car marketAddmsslIpesRnr4lrery Stockholders Meeting FirstationalnJannaqfor theesuing year McIlOUERTB Oashler Stockholders Meeting NalIoualtheir banking houa in Hn tonvllle the sec IIaDdrector reserve yearJ Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting or the stockholders of the Lin cols Count National flank of Stanford will secondTuesdayof electing director for the year J B OW9fEYOss- hlerNOTICE I All arson having clalmsagalott the es tate of Daniel will present them properly proven to me Persons owing the estate rauitettlo alpaca J E UOUUN Exor Daniel Holman Portable Engine and Sew Mill For Sale will sell privately Mil alto sell a 15 goodrepAirbutloess Will take part pay In lumber iIowLL it SwtEiMEr Stanford K- yTURKEYsT I2U cents paid fur live turkeys delivered No moro token after Doe IBt- hNouTHcorr k THOMAS Christmas Is Coming II 111YOImlttoalso enlarged our Oak of General Mar tiatlifactton Guaranteed Eo E KEL8AY Si SON- Yosemite Ky A Farm For Sale I OeorgeTabout 1J mile North ot Stanford Farm contain about 20 acre of land bonsebarnlIuJ Will give possession any time after 1st day ot January 1901 Any wanting to buy a small farm pltqio write or call and mo JOFRlTIJ KyAgent CRMcComack D J tr4i it ISO Uronceriesllauiess Stoves Furniture Etc Etc Couutry Produce V ante- dHustonville Ky Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Marv Blcbert Plaintiff n Daniel RIch- er Exor and others Defendant Notice of aleI By virtue of a judgment and order of sale lathedMoodayDeeStanford Ky sellfto tbo highest bidder at public outcry the land hereinafter describ ed or no much thereof tIwill be sufficient to rude the sum of 877570 tbo Amount of the plaintiff debt Interest and the probable cost of this action said tract Is situated ofOrabcaster pike and Is described as follows Ue gInning eta point In the middle of the laChelnotpoletocorner to Mrs McOInnU thence leaving the pike and with said Mc01gn1a S Z8 41 24 poles to atone corner to same thence awith same N 75301 100 28100 to a Rtone audIInchauanWed crotlSlng ald branch agaIn 113 Ies to a stone corner to same thence 8 34 E polescorner8 884 W its 310 to the beginnldr and con bouodarTNorthbyby the Crab and Luactlter turn landYTEIIMS Credit of and 12 monthla approvedponogalecurlty lalerelfl1lmdteB O WARREN OoaakMloner i i i 50Cea1tsFOR A GOOD Uiderslirt or Drawers- Not the light stuff made to sell at an odd price and sometimes sold as full weight but good heavy cotton garments running full size and full weight Look at ours and note the difference r i r l Cummins a McClary Tickets on S75 Davenport given with every 1 purchase f f AtAt AtA AtAtAte lBeAr sfe e Your Feet I1nst be protected this wet weather else colds and Ipvers come Our stock is composed of ouch goods as the Walk Adad Lined Standard boot the Hooker bootee the Vater King all for men The Ultra the Brockport for women Level Best and Honest Mike school shoes for boys Every pair solid as iron Terms Cash HJMRoberts N Give a cloak at cut Give ni jcfur Give Comfort 82 Give a pair blankets 59o to 650 Give fringed bed spread 1 Give oxford waist pattern SIJ8 Give oxford waist pattern 75c Give a house dross pattern Danish cloth 150 Give somo lace purtains 75q foS5 Givo pair portiorres 150 Ur IbO Givcva rug or Smyrna 1 toSl Give a childs cloak out to 8125 and to S8fO Give n comb and brush Givo a belfctJ5 to 50c Give a tie 25 to 50c Give a pajr baby elides Givo a dress shirt 3 Ilf ma ie0 j- a e si q- at t re 4 tt e XMAS SUGGESTIONS I a priccsILaminated a a a Sfoquetto 0 + e ss Give some fancy socks Give n handkerchief Give u handkerchief lOc Givo a handkerchief 15 to bee Give a silk handkerchief 25 to COo Give n childs toque cap 25c Give a Fascinator 25c to Give a zephyr shawl 25o to 1 Oho a pair of gloves 25 and 50c Givo a pair childs golf gloves 25c cite a pair childs golf mittens 25c Give a pair crocket slipper purseIGho Give a pair kid gloves V c to 150 Give a satteoa petticoat Give a readyniado skirt Give a pair patent kid shoe Give nice hair pins or combs Give a pillow top 15 to 50u Besides these wo have many other useful articles at very interesting prices SEVERANCE A SONS UpToDate Heaters And Cook Stoves See Hot Mast 4 Tube InDoor We have a complete line of Cast Range Cook mi Heating Stoves ol all grades Iand at prices to suit all demands JOHN BRIGHTER GO IaL MJNTKH10R JOURNAL1 Steered n the pUt ogfee at Stanford at lanatitr rstLtwxwdTuB qy aa6Fsid y 4T = l PER YEAR CASH When mot optld aOO will blcl1arpd I I I KNIXVILLEIIVISION 21Tral11cotniNonl1 34 lso am m II II 80utl1I117mNotes USSPID J H IOONE ft COJ Proprietors LIVERY AND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv f OoodLlvery Service at Reasonabla Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal e t ice Traglort DEALCM Whisk Brandu Wines Bee Etc Carpenter Ckm DepotSTANFORD KYI Nothing bill tot besptomplandpoeteallenuoo criers receive to drink erwmplattentbn- H eCu RUPLEY Thft Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky Gods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call I 1 D WearenInsuranGC i Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New Yotk the in the world Assota 81871063512 Surplus se regards holden W436058 69 Farm property in Casey Garraid and Lln- coIn counties Phone 21 Stanford Kentucky I R B Mahony f Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in counties of incoln and asey who may be seeking In surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado Nono but the and best Old Llne Com represented and the low eel possible rates are guaranteed Phone Stanford Kentucky Fir Lift tr Accident Insurance apply to Charles L Powell omce N W dor Mvers Motel Budding 2nd Floor Stanford Many good companies but only one bestThe Equitablestrongest- ni the worldIGet also a combination Disability policy in the Fidelity Casual ty Co of Now York Covers every Accident Covers every illness I 1 tEDfORps BUCKDRAUGHT TIONIContipatfonisnothing more a the bowels t andnothinglesethanvitaistagnation If every constipated eufferer allowingti estem ho would soon get relief Constipation invites all kind of Headaches bilious ness colds and many other ail lbtnmlearorelieved consti- pah Thed lords BlackDraught thoroughly- cleans out bowels an and natural manner without the of calomel or other vio catharticst get the original Thedforde Black ht made by The Chattanooga Jfedi cine Sold druggists in 25 cent and 1100 ltGlIhaUhe Jan I gnu pas r7 t dreg U7 Mir Uittlre J tfcMc l sod- aeatNkl to WOrt wHlllt I- tNateeoNttlelt tnHIH Ykv IFOR SALE twohorse hack one wagon one two eeated Jersey wagon two buggies two sets wagon harness one dou blo set surrey harness two seta buggy her ness express and passenger trans goodpaying R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Office over Higglns A McKlnneys Stor Telephone N 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary is open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic discuses and for consultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Professional bills when services are rendered and mutt M paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLES W lUlU I S3N Prcn JUNCTION CITY KT RatesrGrain and Hay For Bale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately tny farm of 1301 acres on the Liberty pike 2J4 miles from lluttonville It Is 10 grass and the land Is fertile and In good shape It has on It a good house of rooms a tenant house two stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address n W Rifle Jr Tyrone O T or call on J P Rlffe Huston Till K- yLUTES BOONE OCO Real Estato Agents Stanford Kentucky tAllbrayor sell farms will do well to see qs We have a number of tine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have If you to sell Livery it In our bands Omce at Boone Stable Stanford Ky J+ c+ MCCbMY UNDERTAKER EmtRLMEWAnd 1ABNE3S SADDLEBY ftO Stanford Ky Ja L Beazley Co Undertakers andIEmbalmersI lDrn1turcMatUngsJRu DBALUS 8 They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them ot call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY GEORGE I N GILLOCK fpToDa- teTONSORIALARTIST Ilustonvllle Ky Has removed to his new and elegant ly fitted rooms in the Vcatberford Hotel Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars AUI work guaranteed Your business so licited THE MILLERS lRG METHODIST CHURCH rJI tcy B C Horton wliosd parents live in this county is its pastor In The Far West I want to write my people In Ken lucky a letter through your extended columns I left my Kentucky home at Brodhead on Sunday night 22nd and went to the city of Loulsvillo and stayed until Monday night 23rd and at 930 oclock I left Louisville tb visit a brother who lives In Comanche coun ty Oklahoma who left Mt Vernon on the 4th day of March 1885 I arrived at Memphis at 030 A M oa the morn log of the 24 a distance ot 375 mile At 9451 loll Memphis for Springfield Mo a distance ot 282 miles 1 came up through Arkansas over the Frisco railroad through that part of Arkan sas occupied by the broad flood plains ot the Mississippi and Arkansas rIver The railroad ls built on a till of from five to 10 feet for many miles and I could tee on many of the buildings the overflow marks from four to 10 feet upon the buildings I could see some large canebrakes and swampy forests Along through the North Eastern part I saw what they said was one of the largest peaoh orchards In the U S I came from Springfield to Monetl Junction and thence to Oklahoma Oily This run was 260 miles and from QkU homa City to Scyder a distance of 125 miles I passed through the corner of CbJckeaw nation and at Snyder I took another branch ot the Frisco rail road stopping at Frederick a little town on this railroad This is a now line of road only having been built about 15 months and I saw 27 miles of this road that was absolutely straight- I got off at atFredprlck and drovo 15 miles to my brother1 I round them all well and living on a good farm of 160 acres ot as as floe locking land as I oversaw And then I think abou what I knew and thought about Olabo ma a few years ago I now see and learn what Gov Ferguson ot Oklahoma said In his annual report to the Secretary of the Interior on the 23 day ot Nov 1003 Be estimates the present population ot the Territory to be K50000 and the ac tual value ol taxable property at practically 400000000 although only 135 134587 Is returned by the assessors for 1903 I am now In three miles of tbe North prong of Red rivet and It is the prettiest country I ever saw One min said It was the land ot the fair God This beautlfulland which only 14 years ago had a ranch house home now clotted with farmhouses prosperous cities Its floe broad acres was then trod by herds ot cattle Furnishing a benefit and profit to only a few Is now producing the wealth which makes 050000 people happy This country U now filled with pros perous homes and contented firesides I am sitting by one tonight writing this letter But I must close for I am a little tired as I have been bunting day Shot at some wild geese and made the leathers fly but the meat carried them off and I killed a jack rabbit and will bring the ears home Goodbye to all my Kentucky v friends for this time I will write some more later Fraternally A J PIKE CLIMATIC CUBES The influence of climatic conditions in the cure of con sumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient anti the rich patient too can do much better at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expettora tlon in the morning Is made certain by German Syrup sols a good Bights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights pnd the exhaustion duo to cough log the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regularly Should you bo able to go will find that ofto a warmer clime you the thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those who use German Syrup Trial bottles 25c regular site 75c At all drug gists The convention of cotton manufact urere at Charlotte N C declared In favor of the curtailment of production and appointed a committee to meet ID WashlBgtoa at an early date to formulate ft plan curtailment Why He Was NotPromoted Do watched the clockrHe was always grumbling fHe was always behindhand He bad no Iron In his blood He wee willing but unfitted He didnt believe In himself He asked too many questions He was stung by a bad book His excuse was VI forgot Ho wasnt ready for the next step He didnt put his heart In hts work He learned nothing from his blue del Ha felt that hews above his poet iloiHo chose bis friends among bra In feriors He was content to be a second rate manHe ruled his ability by half doing things Ho never dared to 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