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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9 rrr J 4 T ar rk SEMI= WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL c lr VOL XXXI STANFORD KYr FRlJDAYANUARY 1 1904 8 A if NO IHATBIMONIALIand Mrt Margaret Stet canon were married CbrlitmadAy ItE Y Young and albs LutloMa were married at Eph Youdgra 1ontbe 20th John Davis of Otzird and Miss Winnie Ion of Oarrardwero married J Wednesday T u Manuel and Miss Motile Me 4Padden were married at J C McPad tbo 30tbiJataet A and Mist Doc I Max I j oarbyLutbor Reynold mod Mls Delia Itobcrt wero joined heart mod band at Highland on the 27th A Mltsourlan has been granted a dl vorce from the woman be married to keep frntn being banded The Forest Avenue Methodist church ItevCe Thomas O Plcklds editor of the Richmond Register sod Mitt Mary t JUOI also of Richmond were mrrOd at Denver Col A A Malnard a young woman married Tburdar committed tul near Jaokton Tonn Sunday She lout a noto tolling herbut that tbo did not love hfmi to attend BeokbambatKoootoSavanoab the weddlntr of Lieut IMr Heckhara and Mls jis Mvra During tbo Governors from bo State Lieut Gov will be tbo acting Governor r of the marriage perfocjud in of Virginia since Deo l lira valid because ot a law tbat date which prodded utat e llceoiet would be Itiued sourIt Iffnornneo of this law tbe county c erkk Lore continued to Uiue Iloenie Mr Dub Tbomtwoo and Mitt Lul AUtolt well kohwn and popular young people of Pdwart Casey county drove 4 to Danville last week and were married 1atthe ratldenee of RiderD C Oarrl eon While the wedding was not an enDf coenl 11 will oema In the nature of a pleasant urprlte to the many friends o tbe principal The bride It the youngest datiKbterol Mr and reoJ K Alston and It one of the fl0etyonoir womeo In every particular In all lots county She II noted forboMweet Aod aratabie disposition Mr Tbbmpioo It a prominent young farmer and It In every way worthy of tho orlaa be hat woo Mr and Mn Thompson will Kave la a row days lor a hors bridal W4r South after which they will TO tarn and make their home here May bioplncM atd prosperity attend them LlLUB MfKlHV DO NOT DOSE THE STOMACH Care Catarrh by Natures Ow Method Every Breath of Hyomol Brings RellBf Nearly ovary one who hat enters knows haw foolish it It to try and taro It TamporaIcma Until recently your physician would have tald the only way to cure catarib would be to hue a clangs of climate t but now with Hyomel you can carry a health giving climate In your yell pocket and by breathing it a few minute bur times a day soon cute yourself The complete II yomcl outfit costs but JlOO and consists of an Inhaler that can be carried in tho veil pocket a incdlcin and a bottle of Hyomol TUe j Idropper laili a life time and if one bout cure an extra bottle of Hyomol for 60 cents It it tbe most economical of all remedta advert I tiled fur the cure of catarrh nod fr the ono that followtnature In her moth rodof treating diseases of the respiratory nrans 0 L Penny had sold a great many 11 y octet outfits and the more bo ftt the more convinced he it that he per fttllf safe in guaranteeing to refund the i u ney if Hyomol done pot cure iiJohn II Cbonault Stato Inturanco mmUtlonor and his bruther la ln 1J 7 Uon Gay of Clark have purchased M s wollttockod and Improved farm i Virginia containing 2100 acres for Y6o00 Mr Chenault will remove to LtYrglnta after the expiration of hit term A Frightened Horsfr l Kunning like mad down lute site etof damping the occupants or a 100 dtber accidents are every day occurrences It- t behooves everybody to hays a reliable t I Salvo handy and thetas none as good aa r Bucllcna Arolca Salve Burns Cult ytit Sore Eczema and rjlc dleappo- I quickly under Itl oothingcffcct 250 b alt Druggists The year book ot tbo Carnegie Insti tution will show seems of 110101600 ind a balance In tbe trrasury on Nov ial of 1145472 Miss Bethel Woodward of Boone vlllo this State jumped from a train at Oakdale Teen end was killed HUSTONVJLLE BohonA Lyoo told to L W Qudtoo of Atlanta a car load of extra cotton prirkePipe another car of cotton mule to Atlola Saturday and Nathan Pipe sell wife followed them on the feet train Sunday Elbert Harper of SaultburyP N C arrived on Saturday and tJonRhV and shipped a car or bops frpm D C Allen at41o to hit market lo Saultbury Jody Murphy wbp waijhot aiChll too on Christmas day by John BoldeD died Sunday and Mr Taylor whom Boldeo shot at the name time It re ported lo a terlout condition King Phillip Tribe No 48 of Red Moo pare a banquet at the Weather ford Dou rrda night to all their member and tfcelr wlvetkwblch preyed a cowl oJoab10 affair A m6ra pal atable spread or dainties could not baTe beep excelled by the logenlout chef of Delmonlco0 Mitt Mary D Kennedy of Stanford It vltltlnir Mitt Cora May Condo on- Weteta Ave Mrt Nanoje Owen of Washington In with her titter Mrs SIC Good W D Docker was home from L wrenceburr Sunday O 8 Williams returns to Louisville Dental College Monday Mitt MalWe Acoro of Chicago IB with tbe bomefolks Lewis Vanartdalc of Qarrodsburg It spending this week here George A Dlnwlddle of Beat ly vlltt It hero with hit parents He It In the hardware butlneit and report a WIIUIUIJboIpent Sunday with lea old fojkaqtb- nma The annual nmetlng of the Beaver Creak oil S Oat Co was held horn bon Tuesday and aull report pf thd years builneit was made by Seerotary S M Oweo which met the hearty approval ollleeriewerereOlectedezceptGeoree L Penny wN elcgt d In plane of P W Grin stead on the board 01 dlreolors The board will oifeibere tbe lat of the week Ds tart Wheeler who bis charge of tbe Lexington Hospital and a memo hereof the board oj health of that city was home with Uncle Fodd and Aunt Poddy for Christmas dinner Too ranch biz tt lay longer Mist Julia BUgg of she College orplI with old frleodfo Liberty D H Skinner It arltlap tar morn propitious weatbc for hit builncn before return tap to sodega- AbautglQapratrlDec o 20tb John S Goodo posed Into the great boyotd Complaining to bla Tovlog wile after supper of a pale In bis bead be retired about otcloc1c and lo a few moment was sjeepfbg soundly About 2 oclock he Changed hit position and breathing whonc to get a reply from her third fall the jumped quick ly tp his tide wltb tbattendernest born only of a loving and Altbful wlfo whose heart soul end time had been wrapped In his existence to find that his spirit without a struggle had flown ills gen emus sympathies for his friend and tbcv were legion reached tar beyond too conQnca of the ordinary mao When ho was your friend you knew It Ho would coyer forsake a friend lo for row When advorMty loads with miser leI and wretchedness Is complete his friendship held tbe closer A large coocourto of torrowlng friends attend ed the funeral and bqrlal here Wednes day at 2 M LAHDSf BOPS ETC W B Burton of Lancaster told to Fletcher Mann of Pare a carload of mulct at tl32 T JTKTER told to J ARtt blei house and lot near the old tollbbulo od the Huttonvlllo pike I Tobacco prlz3ta good shaltefor sale Will deliver toLancatter or njar for 11O B T Luosford Preachers vllle 2t J U haggle bat leased 1000 acres of the great Woodburn Stud In Fayette In order to enlarge hit brcedicg bUIIj ness wEugene and Thurlow Jones hay o rented for 10W the E J and Mrs S nA Green farms near Walton contain leg 400 sates The Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association and Citizens Notional Bank of Loulivlllo have Died suit at Owensboro against the guarantors for the deficit of about tlllOOO In the COt tho State Fair held at Owcneboro F Indigestioni r Tablets for Indigestion dud tied that tboy suit my case better than any dyspepsia useamany remedies I am nearly 5 years of age and have suffered a great deal from indigestion I can eat almost anything I want to nowGoo W Em WIX e Ocar G Murray was elected pre dent pf the Baltimore and Ohio Rail tread NEWS NOTE tI Mftr Nannlp Dean was drowned whllo ikatine near Portsmouth 0 Many Motel boarders were poisoned at Cadiz presumably br pipmalneaV walt bi WAS nbot and killed at ft dance In Scott county by June Nut te r W J H Thompson wellknown null zed ol4Millcrburgdled jln a Le lnj too bo pltal Twolfe rsodt wZre kflled f1t the dllggdofRcA deputy clerk pl tho Miioul tu prembtourt btVVeen dlscharjcd lot- writing a npvdl k i The patent tn dctno monwlll forma plan to prevent tbq cuttloggof the pri ces of their are Oneuind wee kllle and another li dylni afthe result eta Qghtprer a dog In Qopklo4tvogty f Too dlll QrYoirkcwero end six la In a rearend eolliiIon at Wllllabi ttiwn On the Clnblnoatl Sdutbern The Gallceo Fldur Mllleone of tbo largest playa of tbe kind In the South burned at Rlcbmondf Vat An effort Is being made to eased the Ohio Uw so tb no mao will be enti fled to more than two divorces- WllllalnCuoningbam of Harrison Dd killed by his step oon Attertirortb who was drunk J E Mlles Milling Co at Frankfort lost tbolr mil Oro causing a 175000 16tf SOftOO butjieli of wheat went up to the name vk William Lacer a farrrier at Ml tar mel III It charged with njfaialnatlnj his mother ai ebb sat eating her sup per In her home Cooper Union has been awarded SlQOO damsgos for Injury to thefouu tdatlpns of lu bulldloire by tho Wanhat- tan railway In New York It took volts of electricity In six different rjbooks to kill Frank White a Negro murderer executed In tbo Auburn NY prison Tbe dividend nod Interest paymtntt for January 1904 will exceed those of January 1003 by 12000000 but will not be equal totboio of last July Wllmore suffered a considerable flre loss The Blue Grass Grocery Store McLeans drug store and Fitzhugba clothing store wore bidly damaged For 90 days Hugh O Jones a tailor at Sharon Pw has been llylnir with a broken neck rood tbo attending pbyi clans anticipate his ultimate recovery Wm Sbopard crazed with jealousy killed Riley Webb and then fatally wounded his own wife nod baby which she held In hkr arms In Letcber coun 4ty ati1aDdstonily killed Joe Burton who with a shotgun to hind was threatening the officer life- William Tauffman of Chicago In a quarrel over Christmas presents shot and fatally wounded his cousin Rot Kauffman and wounded his aunt Mra Rega Kauffman W A Holland editor of the Coast tutlonallit publlshedat Eminence and one ot the most prominent newspaper men of Kentucky dropped dead on tbe Street In Louisville Russia It buying millions of pounds of American meat In San Francisco Des Moines and Kansas City Tho met Is saldVto be for tbo army Min neapolis millers are shipping big or dare of floury to Japan- llubbcrtblow a bank safe at KIowa ITwblle a geese of oltlzono was firing on the building Tho force of the explosion destroyed a quantity of paper money the bkakr total moo glary loss being 12800 A Cincinnati firm hat purchased 25 barrels of whisky from tbo Ken fromtpanty Tho Whisky U In a bonds warehouse at Lawrcncoburg Tho deal Including tbe tax to be paid i volves an outlay of about 11600000 Twenty two gessoes are dead aa the result of the collision between two pas eisngertrajnj on tho Pore Marquette r Adoear East Paris Mich Saturday afternoon 29 people aro suffer fog from sustained In tho wreck andaavoral of them It le bdllov cd will dt6 r All cbtLIroo Dowlcltct will be ex cluded om thC public schools a of Cnlcli January 1 by order of th Health Department The general over seer of tpn has made bis followers bellevo ttP vaccination done oo prevent Tojallpox The Healta Del partmenQhasdecided that aUjipblldre be or be 1the publlo school A Costly Mistake Blundoia are sometimes very expensive Occaslonilr life Itsolf la the price of a mistake but youll never be wrong if yp take Dr Kings New Life Pills for LireIor aro ye t thorough 25cat all Drug Stores a tx jpti CANCAS ER ThXwaleV orki IIrjf about complell Toateeofto rate has illeD the court day crowd whllo a ovrargo brought considerable trade to town on Monda Belated Chrfttmailbuyera cnnttltutftd tbo main ptlrcbasert Llt too stock trading toss d ode Mr R H Btytwrj long a citizen of tpls I per prop8rfdit0fpake an ex teadSTvltlt to the He wlllleave Id Fe usey for Indian Territory end It Is prabable be will locate there t MrVR LElkIQlcr for Atlanta Tqur Ayrhe curled with him trrd buybtlfwhllfln the Soutfavfod ll1bo gone several weeks I Trade for two Weeks before Christ man was very good Almost all the merchants carrying bollflay goods have told coBjpletoIypuianYfcoms will have to order more jrbpds to early In ttcck during tho eniulnsr year i Miss Margaret K1nnard cntertalnrt Monday evening Sho Is a petite beau socletjbutand alt etber pbarmlnc way Marry dolhtb111100ter8IDud Thursday evening was tbe Xmas bop an annual entertainment given by tbo otLaocaueyifboively this and the gallantry of the tbattno this week al Buckeye Tuesday nee Sanders and Mils Minnie Ray nd at hit home Thursday bor united imefl Henderson and Miss Carrie i astlneau til of this aquaty Tho examining trial of Cully Henry f r shooting lotolC 0 Powells reil denco and just mining Mrs Powell bad as abo sat at tbe table little grand daughter May Qsmfltons In her lap resulted In a bung jury Tbe defense pleaded accidental dIachage oQthe pistol Misses Helen and Martha GUI enter tp oed at the homo ot their slater Miss Mary Frlday evening In thli bosptt nple homo allIs brightness and joys d guests real on entering the door- t at welcome that Insures a delightful tRae Lovely refreshments were eerv shortfbThe Milk Maids Convention was a wpafluyftunp ladlestaking part In tbo convijn tfon looked very beautiful their cos tome The eolling of tbo milk maid e 1 stools was a part ofitho entertain cnent and very much enjoyed Mr Bradford was auctioneer and tome of the stool eold for several doU rlleacb The sum 015 was cleared Josephine Warren of Slanford aid Miss Joan Warren of Danville are the guests ot Mr Sam Duncan MIDI Citrlsttne Bradley Of Louisville it the guest of Miss Margaret Tomllnsoo MJIst Katie Leo Denny entertained Fri y evening in honor of tbeliB M Cob Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson g ve an elegant reception Saturday e entngln honor of her brother Mr Dick Kennedy Miss Mamlo Llllard o Danville it the guest of Mist Theo Hcraphlll The C W B M receptton yea Saturday evening attkaVp j-Cl room waa one of much eajoytaeat Misses Taylor and McGlnnlt of Dan lie art guests of the Mlset 01IK The test of the water works which hat been looked forward to with later eJcby our citizens wat made WeaVea OrhIIiUgifted a stream to the top ot and Joe tf preal811rosteam gulag over the court house 100eetof boo hai een ordered thanaLlncaetg K from the lira d d Ttw bound that la aU the pip to only 6 roalldRka existed This 111 remArkablo thing us U U natural fdfjtuetiitd occur In the laying of 10 The water In the lake It cfew and snarkhng and all tt110jt8coo tllSrcd the water works aro mote than iiifactory so far Till bo clogmgjlhe lr attunaConsumption will have a long and bit ter fight wltli thcjr troubles If not ended sallies by fatal termination lead what T R Beall of Beat lllra baa W nay Last falLmg wlfehad every symptom of consumption She toot Pr Kings Now Discovery sties everything glee had lan d Improvement came at once and GuaruPuce lOc and 4FrTlal bottle free irjrr iuccesstul experiment hat sbeen m d with a trajo IQ Paris vasw The Jesse James tpji j t BadLJingCo1- i t Waltons QeraHouser Friday Nigh Jan 8thtl f i The worst part of Winter is still to come We have good lines of r e everything in Mens wear to help you keep warm and comfotable Over coats G16vfsfvCapsSveaters Un X a derwear Shoes r v1r WI asrsireaer d t T o MILLER DariViiiB KB t THE GLOBE 1 SHIVER LESS You lont have to elruRgle with tho Stave in the morning and you fires in warm cheerful rooms if you use J oles Original not Bldst Stoves Fires novcr out Booms JieatcJ in morning with fuel supplied the night before Sec us about tljeni We Let s every size and you wave the 1Ltfblcrere tr rraotairert HigginsMKinney Sole Agents l STANFORDKENTUCKYers t Jdobp s 5lleTnosv i t 9tc I r1 Ii s W N CDAJnPha 01 Q SUCtxeaor4oCr11Jw If rerrt t uJfO STANFORECKik BLJKL I 53 Cf Line djlv Qerooats r andf f CIy 3Bc T J r SfeCalls TIW E Jr ERiN5 PortaS Engine andJjSavvr Mj For Salt 7 i wm will Ih eel 16 horse powereogleeand boiler AU In g rePair sell a ba pfn to close a builnosi Will take In lumber t axvllanfordHyt s 4 ritotprcran y i 1 i f 1 n that Is Cpm 11 ir large df iillJollday ihIn wit OaiLtasd llee Vjf hue oalaled oat tack Geae Mar atLefCUoa Guaranteed v r E ilL5k1f t ov t Yoseatlta Ky 1 1J t r jr4i 4 1 1 HE INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR- i s candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county sub ct te tile action of the democratic party GEO W DEBORD Ifs canaliite for Sheriff of Lincoln county tub to the action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SRi III candidate for Sheriff of Unceln county Sl Ject t tile action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN li acanaidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to Hit action 01 the democratic party RINK FARMER- Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county wtRc tie action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS ta a candidate for Jailer subject to the action ollhe dmocratlc party WIHERRIN IM candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the dioocratlc party SAMUEL M OWENS tea candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subje t to the action of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of PuMIc Schools of Lincoln County cobject to u of the den mile party MISS KATE BOGLE- Is a candidate for Superintendent of PuMk Schools f Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo cratif party HON DL MOORE- of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In Ihe B0t th district to succeed Hon G partyYour port Jed to the action of the Democratic Is eameitly solicited BISHOP LODDIN of the Catholic Dlo oeie at Syracuse N Y not vigorously condemns the teaching of the Sant Claus night to children But as the old fellow doubtless never had any children sod never enjoyed the delight that a parent feels In witnessing the- p7 ot their offspring on a Chrlstmai Bornlag after a visit from Santa Claus he U not the proper person to give advice on the subject Tbere Is nothing much tweeter In life than the Santa Claus delusion and be Is almost a lend who would deny children the pleasure of an Interview while he was visit log Louisville friends Perry Beath secretary of tbo national republican committee said It was President Me Klnleys last wish and his conviction that Marcus A Banna Should god would succeed him as President Mr Heath said further In effect that while Mr Banna did not eeelc the once of President be would accept the nomi nation and that his business interests were such now that he could accept any governmental position WE are confident that Mr1 A C Dunn of this county will be elected doorkeeper of tbo House at Frankfort and If there Is a man In the Stato who is deserving of reward It Is Mr Dunn He has always been a hard worker for his party and the lamented Uoebel and Gov Beckham had no warmer supporters than he It Is the first time that Mr Dunn has ever offered for oftlci and we elocerelrbope his atabltloi will be LINCOLN county has not furnished a democratlo Congressman since 1H23 Is there any wonder that Hon Harvey Helms friends are anxious to see him omlnated It IB Lincoln countys time she offers the right kind of tlm bar and by the eternal her entry Is go Ing to wln- ThIERE Is an easier feeling among American people generally the world moves more smoothly and even the cold winter breezes are softer since Dole the selfstyled Elijah Sod has shaken the dnst from his feet and de parted for Australia There let him stay i TUB Jessamine Journal Is 30 years atdljuat the age of Its handsome and S clover edl NcJarry McCarty A UAFPY und prosperous NwiYoej- toape and aft POLITICAL AdjUpen MuVmy may enter the race fur Congress next year Drh C Owen has been reap pointed Superintendent of the Feeble ChildrenI been made than Rooeovelt wll not carry New York if bole nominated The PlattOdoll feud Is said to have broken out afresh Leading Republicans of Nebraska are organizing to promote the candid aoyof John L Vebatefol that State for the Republican vlco presidential nominajldnt White has served notice u W Godfrey Hunter that he ilconteat Dr Hunter seat In Con grew as the Representative of the llth Kentucky district c Tihb first official act of Lieut Gov i V William P Thome ai acting Governor tKeo commlssloulni of t r Jaraes TCEdwardshae Police Judge of Webster county o was Issued for a caucus of the f all IQ members of the Leglsla luce the qvenlocr of Jaou TT 4 atFranktort for the purpose of eellistlag1Ueers the two houses WOjop ADDITIONAL LOCAL ANN PQRTEU colored died during the holidays Certainties and Uncertainties tbe New Year will be Rev O M Buel SJbject Sunday morning At nlRbt he will preach on Turning over a New Leaf JOHN AESCHIIACH ofKrlger gaining quite a reputation as a maker of good cigars Be turns out about 40000 yearly and finds ready sale for them at 115 1015 per 1000 THOSE desiring to purchase a bome would do well to consult the Contral Kentucky Real Estate Exchange k TI- tle Co We have several places for sale which are not advertised BELOW beg tbo names of those pupils who made a general average of 00 per cent or more In tbo varl ous grades In Stanford Graded Scbool for the month ending Dec Oth 1003 Junior Class of ugh School Robe ta OBannon Richard Williams Jas Newland Kate Waters Mary McRo erte Hubert Carpenter- Sophomore Class LeGrando lone Ida Moore George Hopper Freshman CUss Robert Waters Eighth Grade Fannie Young Jobn Grade Warren Eubank aftr ry Elcbenberger Walter Mllburn Eu gene Goode Josephine Brady Allred Kaiser Elizabeth Baughman Thorn Bright Cora Nunnelley Rattle Rice Dora Pence Alice Alken Salllo Dur detto Vera Totten Fourth Grade Morrison Brleb Lottie Carson Joseph Hopper Ellen Moore Maude Stone Katherine ReD nedy Elizabeth Higgins Willie Moon John Waters Third Grade Virginia Mabony An nle Gentry Second Grade Geo Andrew Jame Lena Travlor First Grade W B OBannon Ef lo Baiiehman Mary Shepherd Cook Salllo Craig John Thomas McAllste John Miller Anna McRoberts Maud McGuIre Joe Me Newland Annie Lee Porno Mary Moore Raney Verne Rout Isabel Reynolds AllleSkldraon Dolly Wllcber Gertrude Wllklnsot Mamie Slnpleton Mary Rplnk CRAB ORCHARD Miss Katie King was a happy IIttle lostess at an enjoyable reception MonI lay evening Delightful refreshment were served Mr Dave Smith has sold his farm on tbe Lancaster pike for 12400 and ought one of Mr C Robinson on lbe Stanford pike for 11200 The box supper at the Cbrlstta church was quite a success Nearl 130 was realized from sale of boxes the Christmas tree was a thing of beauty and very nice presents were on t Music sod recitations added to tbo pleasure of the evening Newman Holmes and Jack Well acted as clerks for Robert Edmlsto Cmas week Mrs Curtis Gover enter tamed a few of her friends at a band some dinner Sunday Mrs Jane Bucb man left for Mexico Monday to join ber son Andrew who Is ill The will probably go on to Colorado when be cllmateli milder Much evmpatb II extended lo the family Messrs Collier Baitln who bought tbe old Vanderpool Hotel contemplate ulldlng a See hotel Jbere shortly there will be preaching at the Baptlsi hurcb Saturday nlgbt Sunday morn 3g and night by the pastor W B ansford Is a guest at the Gover Hotel Jge Newland Is at home very sick wltb pneumonia Mr Ramsey Is con need to his room with a severe cold Joe Pleaanl IB Improved enough to be out after an attack of pneumonia W K Buchanan and family of Iodine have returned here to live Mist ee Clara Collier Katie King At nle lowland and Besslo Thomas aro at bome from Lorctta Messrs Sam King of Lexington and Wallace Cover of ancaater are at home from school for the holidays B D Holtsolaw will rove to town this week Mss Maggie leasnnts helped Hugh Logan clerk ijjMng Christmas wee- kHEREANDTHERE There was another panic on tOol ton Exchange In New York prices sluing 1a bale bliss Annie Wooten of near Bear Wallow committed suicide by taking ParIs green and hanging herself Robert C Harper of Mlnneapollr flan who was born lx months before eorgo Washington died Is deadI The Lindsay Wilson training school at Columbia will be opened Sunday Rev Taggart will preach the opening sermon In the chapel Harry Elmore eon of Frank Elmore a prominent Lancaster man has dlsap eared from his home and his parents bave been searching several days for- blm but without avail The Iroquois Theatre In Chicago was atroyed by fire and hundreds of people were burned to death The hum- bel of people dead la estimated at 571 per 300 are Injured and 100 more aro mllslDIr Audltor elect Hager has named lien ry Prewltt of Mt Sterling for State surance commissioner Mott Ayers of Fulton for deputy Insurance com Issloner and Jule Day of Louisville for assistant auditor IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John Lewis Baxter shot and killed Ebb Eade In adlfflculty at Pittsburg E Hale shot and badly wounded Thomas Tuttle near Bush Laurel countyBruce Bale accidentally shot hlmse In Laurel Ha was on his way to gf married Klnt Padgett and MlsVLIlllo Pad Jet were married at lack Padgett yesterday The body of William Wilson of Cmn clonatl was found In Stony Fork near Mlddlesboro William Begley a Magistrate wae stabbed to death at a turkey sbootln In Bell county Tom White died In Madison count from irjdrles received by jumping off of a moving tralpJ R Bubble member of the Kantuck Legislature from Adair county Is dead of Brightsdlscase The body of Timothy Thompson wae found In a cabin near Mlddjcsbort Be bad frozen to death Capt G T Belm who has heel chief of police of Danvlllo for 18 year will turn the town over to W Loga Wood Monday Tbe government has decided to star a permanent substation for recrultln purposes at Mlddlesboro and It will be open by Monday At a dance near Gum Sulphur liar vey Edwards was shot and mortally wounded by David Harrison who wal shooting at another man Joe Murphy and Sylvester Taylor were fatally shot at Cbllton Case county by John Belden in a row at a shooting match Belden was also se riously hurt Chas P Cecil Chas P Cecil Jr P Cecil III Granvllle Co GranvilleCectlfamilies ate dinner together Advocate Tbo monitor which works the care on the Incline at Yellow Creek mine year Mlndlosboro gave way with fearful results Fie killed are Glllls Parker and Amos Edwards A Nego was badly Injured Unless Wm H Culton star wltnem or the State In the Caleb Powers trial howa up within the next few day hit load of 810000 may declared forfeited His whereabouts sines the Ut trial lave been unknown Mrs Clark Farris died In Lexington liter a long lllneis Berhusband who Ie a brother of Mr John Engleman of this place and a daughter survive Jr Farris and family lived In Lancas er until some 10 yeara ago Mrs Elizabeth Whitehead Is dead at lt Vernon aged 83 She Was the nother of Mrs C C Williams wife of tbe wellknown Mt Vernon attorney Senator J L Whitehead of Williams burR W B Whitehead of Rockcai tie and Dr L S Whltebead of NorI lon Va Mlddlesboro dispatch says Chris ind Pre Turner were charged with rilling Will Mills last Christmas and Abc Sothard was the principal witness brie Turner died In the Frankfort lenltentlary two week ago Pree Turner died In Plnevllle jlllalt week and lot hard died at his home on Friday A Prisoner In Her Own House Mr W11 Layba of 1001 Agnes Ave Kansas City Mo has for several vea- betD troubled with severe hoarseness and at times a hard cough which she says It Would kfcep me in doors for days I was rcscribed Tor hy physicians with no noticeable results A friend gave me parI- of abottleot Chamberlains Cough Rem edyltb instructions to closely follow the rectlonn and I wish to state that after tbe Oral day I could notice a decided hange for the better and It till time after usingit for two weeks have no hes itlon In saying I realize that I am lIrely cured This remedy Is for sale by WN Craig Engines For Sale I I bava for sale tour Traction Engine two- IIIhona power 12hor o power and JO rie power All In good repair- J N CASH Turnenvllle Ey 4 8 PRICE Burgeon Dentist t gtnftrd Ky ptAcunr UcIobtiUDraf Star lo the 0wdq BalJdtnf t lNotice t To Creditors All persons ontJatale of the late Dr Ilawklot Drown to settle pith the undersigned are511101tod hold tog claim kealnit present them projHirly attorney or J rKYTOM Ailmr Stanford Kj HOME FOR SALE- I I will xU at public auctlm county court day Monday Jun IDOItQ on the Knob Lick pike one Stanford It contains teven acre of land and Is Improved with a rood cottage three rooms porch and cellar Good bari and other outhouses Everlasting well Young orchard and vlnyurd Sale will oc car at II oclock In front of courthouse JOUN 011 lUSTMAN Stanford Ky POSTED We whose name appear below itrlrtly forbid bunting fishing or any kind tree passing on our place and will prosecute violators to tits full extent of the law T A Rico Dr J O Carpenter J M Garter Sr W E Amon George Holme J O Neat P W Oartur Ired J Nevlo Carter Fred VonAllman Fred Hauman Albert VonOrunenigun J 7 Bpoonamore T M H F Newland J B Peter Palmer W HCamenlchI Mrs Mary Given tames M White and wife E V Oanoi U lIrwkllllt 1 r r THE GRAND LEADER 1 Is Closing Out to Quit Business r o eaarrt O 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 will bring Best apron ginghnm fin yatxl All wool drew goods 2bcyagl- e60c and 76c corsets nt 30c 25o Icrcorizcil Oxfords at 1to vtl Fine flannelettes worth 15c at Oc outing 5c yard Mens 83 shoes go at 198 Mens 32 shoes go at 120 THE GRPND LEADER M B Prors 8 B LEVYMnnapor L R Hughes Secretary Treatun Control Kentucky Real Estate Exchanji TITLED CO Stanford Ky Nokll acre ol uniwproreJ UnJ la hncounty MolSmtlM Iron Kbult 1Ueo Iron Monntmln route Will MU 01 lubUI ton properly ta Uocolncounlr No 8millf rta 17acrcSmilee from bUi ford Hout oi bur good room tuck fib and I t nDda OooJ barn sad otter building la rood rtpttr rut In ds OtlJi wen fasted 10 urN 10 caltlTitloa on sail In fruit Irm nsi sod ru IJoulbt a commIMlou bargain bold st bargain dot to school soil Chun Prlc IM per Kn Land adjoining said toIl44 IIId ftX Tara Is a bargai- nNo4McrMgoodliD l Twa story ilx room dw lllngUrn mtabouMIte Hbola plush iraw well I la good cond Uon Price 11000 No 4tSueo room dwelllnr good cellar sod 2J aemUod U IIIIeU aud fpricit Fad sod outbulldlnn In fair condition CbMpplai doM to town Will mil a Small family No M JSMicrw nicotian JtlmlrltnJ Ion ed Perry countf 11oa tlrape Yin Creaks trlbutarrot the North Fork ol Kentucky rim Fourielrsofcoaltarjlogln tblikotM Iron J tat to Us test JUnr iu lo lb mouth aboeeereek A railroad l urMf d within tbri milts of Mid property Ibe timber consists olketc jilts prJect Will salt or exchange 00 easy farms No 69A Dire tory eight room frtw ilwtlllog In Stanford HM two good cells Ub lJOorrele door goodcarden well In kltcben DMro caUn on place bkb rent for J4 par month rhe dwelling renU tor f prr month This prop prtr tale good repair and ran W bought for ftlM No 7tFour scree of land aDd a nice one story Iii room frame dwlllDKln McKlnoej Ky waterworks In kltcben and family room Good ken sod all neweaary outbuildings Ilate well fenced ind In good repair Houte alone root 10 sod Is yitaparatlTtlr new sod we ony eat 1760 ler tbi who property No 4J Farm 87S acre splendid bleega land Ib LJncoln county Two itory 9 room stone resident S tenant boui i Urn room for over 200 head ol tock and all other nwxtury outbulUlDgt all In rood endnlU atloD real in grass and Umber tic Tab lInral country borne u all convnleotw00 ac- eglesetc ell watered with 14 never suing rings etc Prlw euonskl No 67Nkerntlate acres roil within IH itleaol Stanford In rood repair f wng jdTerlaatlog well and good liar Octal tiara smokehouse Ae Yuuttg orchard and see Jrd torale garden prodve to jpply ipInJblplce IJOO No Uo acre of land one mile free Sew teat 1 yrutinee bId JVrty aone In eulUfa Iron 40 acres puUre baUace IB limber Dwell 101 contains seven rooms Late barn and all nee elSAr Fence504bulWlogelapten sad repair Wellwitered 2600 No 2aISOaerrO e of land In Ford aunt Ix rsllMlrom railroad and Y miles from Arrlaaus river Seventy acreotlaad I river botiom It ntctua land sod In gnua This Isnd Is tar sal or exchsmge No el t fun ol 100 aens lo Lincoln county TbfM good dwellln t I good hams sad other out ulldlng Neb bouse burn etc about the center of 100 urea All on snooty road H mile from hurcb school and Iwell and well ratertd Thla li a good tobacco farm and would or tor a fmlltes that might want to come Towtheumenetgb6orhoodwtrlcervaronaW No 61 Twoslrrfralll8 dwelling of six rooms two balls at duet and all other eossuiry outbulldlozi Also large blacksmith ben OiM and shad lull length vfinop sail to jet wide This property will W told at a Try low price No yA farm of 12 pare four miles from visa k ieat Idle la the county we4l watered rd1on e all nseyulbull lagsASplendldbluegrew firm and only 2J minutes drive from county Owner nf line irmadlotnlng ibis has recently refuted 1J per- ere Weatf rIbis aP750 No SSKlfty are our Pleasant Point Ky ITame house 5 rooms and porch Barn and other itbulldlngs 8acri ln cultlfatlon rest In tlm ber Well watered yards from postoffic seliool and church lays well on pike and In I eom mnlty Price 1060 No 1lIoUM ind lot In Stanford flTeroomihslI poreb In th rear garden good neighborhood to churches Lad school Uood lor email tam 1 Price No SlIoule and lot In Stanford House eon Ins fly rooms Uood stable and 9 urn of land ell fenced One of prettiest building lots In fawni om enough In front for two other cottages Dry front be built to the cottage and be Fades beautiful home Will Wsold ebep u lbe iner must have mone- yKolJDwelllDrofiU room hall and porch cceeaary garden Also large two- orystororcom2Js50 teat lower room supplied rltb counters etc Water In dwelling sad reroom also cistern and well on place Small lot One mile from Stanford liulldlnn f Iltdor rent or sell No IS 230 acre farm yt mile of Crib Orchard KJ prick dwelling 8 room two truant boos to barns weiland spring near dwelling Farm In blchlate ol cultivation acres river bottom Ind fencing fruit etc Iric 13750 an acre No ll100 acres of land on Lancaster street In Crb Orchard opposite springs In gnu no lin ovemenle except large stock barn abnndanoe of xk water Prettiest building site In town Pric 13010 Mcnu 150 shoes go nt 08c Ladies 8160 heavycalf shoos 97r Ladies 2 heavy shoes 130 Ladies heavy underwear 12Jo n garment fa lathes furs 8169 81 ladies furs 226 0 ladies furs 8420 y No M Farm of tMarrs tusled near Kings Title Ky A urea IB ultlratlen M IB Umler real watered two good buns and be- r0II1IjIop drtmlr I welllo eempsnUve lyw la wlibln ysrds of three ehnrehci tcheet ostotBee awl O 8 depot Property two on pike and aunty road and is the most farm In ihitseetlon Ws wlllell the whole tine for tt or la rffl of not bee than 30 acres to lultpunhater This certainly cheap property No CTwo eight room rime dwelling to Btanford Ky Lsrgeearden and torn let Thi Is one of the rent desirable la town Prlf reasonable No K Twostorr house I rooms hsllTersnds It acres splendid land adJelnlnilB Stanlord Prep arty In aster sod In noes cia Urn at door Iputltuibetas Prie lt60i Non Dwelling oft nawltb M urea Urn In MoreUnd llo lbira ami neeesHry ontbulM 1 wells la soleodld orchard and 1 acre 10lnwlrrlea IwMedUte poiKMton PrieelWKl No sa AMaeresof land In Itockoe tle fer salt or exclMBge lIat1I necrsury ImproTementi well watered Ac Will be sold at a bargain No a9Two storks ol for sale Ior per Benin addrcM Central KeelMky Real litsle Kx eking d Title le No M Ninety acres of land near feaaetegdw- Inrl 7eawela llwbtr dvMHnt sod eondltloOj one outh mile oa pike wsteed by never Llllng spring Jr1IW- No asItow sad live seres of Isnd In McKIn ney Nr7 oulbulldlnKV KeneiHg fand will watwed Will veil this plan on easy terms No J7 4 room frame eotltge sad oe acre o lead In Klngt llle Urge ban steak hsus Ac All Luldlogs and renting In IOd repair Price 1100 No 30A tam of 160 acres rime dwelling tour rom dock bun and all necessary outS building hpclnItO well Ierediet In live field D acre in cu llutiun rea draw Les then halt mile front turtplk We oUer this place for only 10 let acrn No 26 Frame hotel lint room double venn das hallway Lie A large 2 story storeroom Irontlog treet Icet Irom hotel italrs sulta ble lord lag 2 nice cotUges nicely furnUbed llalad 4 rooms and wand each A OoodItergrfeet dft All of this property 1la London Ky and Is afine chance fur some one to make money ha refused lo rent property for per month On account of biultb wife only reason fur proprietor desire to ucbnl for tarot In Lincoln county No 41450 acre near Jumbo MO acre In mitt vation rest In timber six dwellings on place five of them new two tobacco bane lugs stock etc Young orchard road laidchurrcchotand In good 300 eichsoge at reasonable figure 8750 ladies fura 8 108 heavy leeccd hose IOu Heavy hlnnkcta 48o pair 10 overcoats 8728 1250 overcoats 8808 8lD overcoats 008 820 overcontJ 1308 Mens huts from 25o up LEVY CO COME And see this before you buy You get in t 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 W H MUELLER Jeweler KyL yardrotaappWilloscchorl NoInTwOIlor wren room frame dwei a teraods ete Ons story Ursroom tnw gYaiabsieK sal wUl adl It U a whol or eats eo Iplace separately Well si e ch sum soil ifws at hoI Kef prices addu the abate name JWlary No MFarm ol US aereelnCa y county TrIllry trim dwelling two good ban sad other toIIud19 No l7FsrmpfllSaere In Casey county new two story I room frame and otberortedldtag aJwell watercJtwowellspring etc Thetallbuu sclardaIn thhobesghtatyoerprlauOwnerIll sod mutt have messy WsyantDwdllag a melaBd Iceeocloeybburbeal clow to s sod ou good read Price 1700 lryocsOngood barn and other omlbullding Blity acres ntLsVSi bjoolete Price only IIlainmasry outbulidlaIta Katra larg ba fa all spd Id repair newly alnled aod nlotNo 19 ooy acres of land near Crab Orchard cheapNo6r6lghtscres ol land and tirostory lusn tesMrybuildings fea Ing In good repair and Is a deilrab lame Price It too No 6Ten and onehalf acres of land nice tw Story seven room fume dwelling Store roooi n to sue room 10 by jo Good wire room next lo store iS by turn and blickvnlth shop to by 40 theseItide stalls wagon house by so voting tooth for roomWIIIsAnselat a bargain No40Farrapfiafiacreenr IJrodhead Nice aDdrnelolwell watered Will sell for S1M9 or exchange fur property In Lincoln county No 4Two story trim dwelling 7 rooms hall larood IfI s n I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAMFOIID KY JAN 1901 to flung Jur prcrtpitoo use- rho right melliciauin thocxactpropor and with proper caro We could sttions boner If yon us double the price which lialwari reasonable Pen t tvs Drug Store PERSONALS IDR JOHN DECK vlilted elude In Cr Mn JESBE C LYNN has resigned at deputy sheriff oIn J S UoaKER wont up to Mid dlesboro Monday MlSH PEARL UOHN8IDB vllllcd Mn 1llUltb Murray at Lebanon f MRS J E POUTMAN of LouliYllle li with the bonefolk here PKOK MO WixrnRY of Middle bro spent Sunday with friends here MISS CAURU UATCUKR of the Lao enter Record was with relatives hero I Miss VlhOlNIA WAHHKN of Mid Idleboro11 with Miss Etta Belie Cior- dl tlStI JBNN1BOOOCH who has been threatened with pneumonia fever U better toUt M P BUKIN of Lexington was kere this week mloling with his many friendI BLACK and wife of Keoxfllle been with Dr J 0 Carpenter and family MIs8 CIl1tI8TIN UnAuLBTof Louis Jvllle pent icreraldaj with Mil Tor le Carpenter MRS M E FISU of Crab Orcrbad was the guest of her daughter Mr J CarpenterIburin MARY Uuocii Is back from LouUfllle and Is aciUllnr In the telephone exchange It U ALBRIGHT has mo M back to Rowland from Mr J 8 Honkers farm r near MlllydgeyiUe Un M A PllKU8 of Madison spent several days with hU daughter Mrs U O Uocker MR JOHN J McltouRT8 and fami ly have moved Into the Severance home on Eat Main STICKLE UAILEY wont to LouUvlllo Wednesday to enter the Loulivlllo College of Medicine OWBLGY NBWLAND of Lexington I spent L rUima with his parents Mr red Mrs 0 P Newland DR D E PROCTOR formerly of this county bss opened a drug store at Quail Uockcaitlc county MRS WILL MORKLANO and son f Robert Moroland of Lexington were guest of Mr W O Shanks 04MISJRS KAY SAUKK of Harrods berg Ila Uoldam of Crab Orcb ard were guests of Miss Anna Cook MR R S DRUUFIRLO ot Clnclnna spent Xma week with one of the M1ti Rods most popular young ladle MissBB IDA AND WILLIE UBLLE noiVT7ctAW of the Ollboru Creek action are vliltlnir friends In Win- Chester tel It MILTON WARRBN of the Otten helm rectlon suffered a itroko of paral j ysis condition and has since been In a dangerous MISS WILLIAMS of London is the of Mil Annie Dronaugb at Crab 1iUU Thetlattondcd the bop bore- loadayelnlT- M 1B8BB DBCKIK DRUMETT of Spring tlllo Ala and Bmel Urumetl of Chattanooga ere with their parent In the SaufUy eebtlon J TUB Young Ladies Missionary Clr cle of the Christian church will meet Mlw Alvlra VanAr dale Satur Lwltb January 8th Inotead of Jan 2nd JAMBS M SAOKLKY left Tuei Jl17 day for Larl Texas where ho hast been given a splendid position as dli pateher ou the Port Worth S Santa Fo Railroad REV AND MRS O M BURY will keep open house at the Baptist Parsonage Janl from 3 to 0 P M They will bo glad to greet all their friends on rlhatday RICHARD Bush a prominent i young attorney of Richmond will shortly remove lo this city for the prao tlce of his profession A partnership will bo formed with Mr Charles Stoll and the now legal firms shingle will read Bush d Sloll The young attor nays havo not vet decided upon a location for their ofllce Mr Bush U prom Inontlv connected over the State and will be a valuable acquisition to the i Lexington bar He Is a member of tbo Richmond Lodge of ElkeLoxingtono- rdbbooyaliongentleman old Stan and a good w lawyer l NEW YEAR GREETING H Y To Friends Customers and Acquaintances I wish you all a H Fruitful NewYear a year of plenty and a year as free as possible from disappointment and trouble I wish you all this and more and why shouldnt 17 You been loyal to me and againhave to made the past year a very prosperous one for which I know am grateful and shall topieasemake my place of business your home when in town I keep a good fire in Winter ice theyearh n ha h mcb1moadMiss MYRTLB OBANNON visited relatives at Brodhead Miss KATE DRNTON of Lexington Is with Miss Minnie Woods MR FRANK LEE spent the bolldaji with his mother at Midway DEN QAHDIN and Charles Oatltf of Wayne are with Mark Qardlo Miss MARY OAHNETT of lave city Is with her sister Mrs J 8 Rica MRS JAB GHIHBOM of Columbia II with her parents near Preacborsvllle MR W M GRAHAM of Louisville was here Sunday 10 see a mighty pret ty girl ColumbusOaSaturday theLexingtonand Saturday LextDglohberopenter trade PhilPtukertonoameover to spend tbe holidays Joffruool Ml Marie Mhony- UlooiNS WOODS of Cincinnati spun a portion or Xmas with his mother Vm Adella Wood UHRT SIIKWUAKKK Moreland clay er mnroitd Htteni just trotting over a vcvari turln with mvailct OOTT AND ASTKK McGuiRE came over tram Lexington Tuesday to visit the family of W S MoGulrt Bodhtnltjton were aallbrs at this oQlce frleDdMrsection In tbe lots ol bis father MISSES MINNIE AND ANNIR COT TON of Danville spent several days wlih Miss Sue Taylor Eocleman- MR S P GRAY hit moved bis faml areldberoMilO A MuRODERTS and wife of thefamilyMIN Pearl DuroldeIA HANDSOME little son has arrived at the flume of Mr and Mrs June 0 Hooker of Qu ionvllle Qo has been grandfatherMR D Q SroONAMORE of Burn side and Mr J L Spoonamoro and family of Science Jill spent Christ Elijahtipooeamoro Orb n KELLER JR formerly of this office Is now operating a typesetting machine on the Lexington Demo oral Re Is also machinist Tho job pays him 127 per week MISS CORALt CONWAY Of Loxln ton the guest of the Misses man and Miss Salllo Taylor Woods On Thursday evening tiles Woods was at home to her friends complimentary to Miss noway and this evening the Misses BnRleroan entertained In her honor LOCALS LAP robes carriage beaters horse blanket o at J O McClaryti WR soil and 6t to tbo bane nontera orl and Werthelmer kid cloves There are none bettor John P Jones TOM KLNNRUY uStanford Negro who was In the regular army In Moo tana was assassinated some weeks ago LOST A pair of gold finUbod spec tacle hooks to go over ears In Kinney Reward IS J B McI neyvMoKloney Ky LOSTt black glove between MoRobertv Drug Store and the Prcs byterlan uburob on Christmas evening Return to this ofllee JAN BThe J Jams Bandit King Co will bold the boards at Wale ton Opera house Friday night Jan 8 Hear that lo mind THE old year is gone and the new one has como Canon t Pence want what you owe them and tako this method of so Informing you WILL pay highest market prlco for poultry and general produce We want good goose and will pay 60 to 60o per bead Nor bcotL Thomas 3t TilE young men gave two very de- lI btful hops during the holidays Tho trippers of Ihe lghl fantastic Included the belles and beaux oftbls scollon JOSH little son of John Cook colored was considerably hurt by a horse falling on him a few days ago Bo was unconscious for a short while MR JESSE D WEAREN tbo clever Insurance man has our thanks for a handsome calendar Among the good companies Mr Wearon represents Is the Queen Insurance Co of New York A UOOD white woman without chil dren who can cook well can get a good home and liberal wages by Imme diate application to 0 B Swlnebroad Lancaster Ky Good room and not a great dell of house work lodo 2i THERE well b e meting of tits stockholders of tbo Crab Orchard Banking Co at their banking house lo Crab Orchard on Monday Jan 4 1004 at 21 M for the transaction of Im portant business W M Morris caib ler THE firm of McCluro BarrU k Coat Turneravllle baa dluohed and J U Harris S Co will succeed them The latter firm cordially Invites a continuance of the liberal patronage the for roes firm has received promlllDjt civil treatment and good goods at the lowest prices at all times 2t CARD OP SWeare pro foundly grateful lo the Rood people of Stanford and vicinity for their liberal patronage during the year Just closing and we ask a cootlbuance of It In the new year promising at all times to give you the boat goods at the lowest prices Thanking one and all we lire yours to pleaie Jno Bright Jr ft Cu TOTTBNrMrssJamea L Totlen dud at her nortro ol pneumonia and heart trouble Monday night She bad been stew only a week and was conscious up to the time of her death She told where she wanted to be burled wisp should preach her funeral and named the undertaker she wanted Mrs Tot ten was a Mlu Bryan and bad lived In this county most of her life She waa a devoted member of the Christian oburcb and a devout cbrlattan Be tide the grlof lrlckeo husband three daughters a son and an aged mother are left to mourn her toea The burial occurred In Buffalo cemetery at 3 oclock Tuesday afternoon after enl ceaat the grave by Rev J W Bagln A good wife a load mother and an obe dlent daughter has gone to her reward may those who weep soon realize that their loss is her eternal gain SEVERANCE SONS Thli well known and popular firm will branch out considerably about Feb lit or sooner The stora room now occupied by the Grand Leader hay been leased for a term of years by them and they will greatly Increase each of the many lines of goods carried Mr Will Severance the head of the firm will look after the tnllre business but his headquarters will be In the now storeroom where a toe trade of goods will be exhibited Mr Tbomps D Raney will havecnarge of the present stare where be will be ably assisted by efficient salesladies Mr Raney la one of the mot popular salesmen in this section and be and Mr Will Severance make a team that is bard lo beat This popular firm will add a big line of carpets matting etc and the up stairs over the new store will be a roost excellent place to show them For many years Severance Sons have enjoyed the confidence of the public and a liberal patronage aa well and they will make a bigger bid for It during the year just begun than over Keep your eye on their ad In Ihlft paper and It will be time well spent J M ALYBRSON r democratic Repre sentative elect from Lincoln county was at the Grand yesterday Asked the significance of his visit to Cincin nati Mr Alverion said I am here to meet some friends who are Interested In the candidacy of Aurollus C Dunn of Lincoln for doorkeeper of tbo Ken tucky House of Representatives And what do I think of his chances lie will win out euro What about the race for the democratic nomination for Congress In our district The race seems to be made up between Barvey Helm of Lincoln county Incumbent Congressman G G Gilbert of Shelby and Colonel Dan L Moore of Mercer Mr Balm I believe Is a sure winner Be le one of the beet politicians In the State able alert and always active in party work and when It cornea to mingling with the masses bo la a twit brother to Senator James B McCreary Be will show his mettle In the race and It be Is elected to Congress will not disappoint the expectations of hie constituents for ho Is eloquent of com manding prcBqnce and a Chesterfield In address In the race for the nomination 1 ihlnic It will be Belm fret and the rest also ran Mr Alverson Is connected with the INTERIOR JOURNAL published at Stanford one of the mot influential papers In Central Ken tacky Cincinnati Enquirer PLEASE return opr wire siretcbers at once Biggins d McKlnney W A BRENDT the Cedar Creek blacksmith will shoe your horse for OOc and will cut your tires for 40o Both cash of course A COLORED boy named Anderson Carr wa given 30 days In jail for stehl log a pair of pants from the Grand Leader THE first snow of the season fell six weeks ago last Sunday night and more or less of the beautiful has covered mother earth since 4SPEAKING Rev J A Sawyer State prohibition evangelist will speak ot one of the churches here Monday and Tuesday nights next JAILER BERRIN gave bIi prisoners a floe CbrlitmM dinner This splendid officer and his excellent wife always make it as pleasant as possible for the unfortunates who are confined In jill WE are always In the lead Drop In and get a few of Ibo new spring style ginghams They are Just In and wont be found elsewhere John P Jones iTm Cbrlttmas tree was certainly a of beauty and the 600 or more presents on It carried joy to many hearts Ed Wilkinson made a fine Sat ta Claus The Christian church was packed with the liveliest crowd seen In years TilE OJd Fellow elected tbo follow log officer Tuesday night W B Rlg nev Noble Grand John Underwood SecretaryJbees elected John M Stone Commander B C Wray Lieut Commander John Engleman Seargent A Q Sine Record Keeper OUR Otoabelm teller says that a German named Olllce shot and killed John Cummins and badly wounded William Todd but as no arrests have been made we think there must be a mistake about the matter The trouble Is said to have occurred In the Soper lection back of Ottenbnlm where there ll no telephone connection TUB First National and Lincoln County National Banks of this place had not held their meetings when we went to press but we were reliably In formed that each Institution would de clare the usual three percent semi annual dividend Tne Bustonvllle tfa tlonal declared fi per cent and the Crab Orcbar flanking Co will declare three per cent- CASWELL SACKLEY youngest son of Judge M C Sautley of this place received an appointment to the Naval Academy it Annapolis as a Christmas present from Congressman G G 011 bert Be will stand the examination In March Mr Saufley Is a tIDe young man a bard student and that be will make his mark some day none who know him well have a doubt Bo Is a chip oil of the old blook and not only does be resemble his father In brill laD 6y but In appearance OUR Buelonvllle letter tells of Abe death of Mr Jobn S Goode one of the most substantial clilaens of the West End No into In his section did more for the upbuilding ot Buatonvlllo than did Mr Goode and none there were who loved the old place better Bo was a pillow of tbe town so to speak and his death baa caused a vacancy that will Indeed be hard to A loving wife but no children survive and la Mayfiethe widow In tier terrlblo aflllctloo Produce Wanted I thebetloathers tildes Furs itte Call at NOUTflCOTT k THOMAS StanfordKy JACK SALE atDanvllloTHURSDAY MIROH 3 1001 Send In your entries now The sale prom Cntrallcentucky Nice Home For Sale thetlustonvllle roomsandLotCootalo4l Hustonvllle Ky n p 1903 Marks the close of the most satisfactory year of our business It shall bo our aim to always im prove our service and the quality of our merchandise and thus make our sales of the new Carefulbuyinglow with the beet markets enable us to show choicest valuca in our every line We have already made buyNICEGOODSHOME and wo shall constantly strive to beof further service tp the buying public Trade with us through 190J We will be easy on your lank account r s e s Cummins S McClary The Cat Will Be Let Out Of The Bag WAGTH NEXT ISSUE 0 v o fruits Candies Nuts And Every Thing Good to Eat JOHN BRIGHT JR CO Sale of Bank Stbckl As administrator of Dr Hawkins Drown I will toll In rant of the court hnbse at Stanford on Bounty court day Monday January 11 1861 S4 shares of first Nation al anTi tock of Stanford 4 slwres of Doyle National Bank of DanTllio 18 shares of National flank of ritutonYlle 0 shares of Iourth National Dank of Columbus Qa stock 10 shares of Stanford Water L1gbt Ite Co stock i p Pe toll Admr PUBLIC SALE 1 s- Ap administrator Dr Hawkins Brown 1 will sell ai his into home In HtutouTHItf at 11 oclock on yes uSATURDAY jAN 2 100 Ills household and kitchen furniture Iowa horses buggy and harness 26 Bel Klan hares 1 shot gun 400 pounds of meats 100 pounds of lard some corn sad hay etc Terms Sums under f cash over that amount a credit of three months on good securityt F Peyton Admr As agent of the heirs I will at the sane time and place sell his late homo In Huston vtlle and the In Ilustonvllle sow oc cupied by Mrs Mary Brown Terms mace so day of sale J V Peyton Agent t SHERIFFS SALE A drrecteqtoof the Lincoln circuit court Irt rotor of Dr a 10 Barker against Smith UlfTe4 or ODII of dayoIJanuaryl90OOLweentb courthousehlgbostbidder satisfytiatntllfpA or lot ot laud In the town ot ekyIart hearfallsodWeathcttord thencojn a Wentwyiip stleis re4cbutcb215 feet to line ot C D Adams theses 8 trn1IDIlto9ftaDvllle 01lenJaearpu crodltyofthreerequired bearing Interest at the ruts f oIiI per cent per annum foil dayof sale aM yilrhoasLWttneesmybandtltl2n0 3 IMS BAlwtsnw4etlR a 1 r jjr INTRhlUH JUUHNAL aired n the pot o it Stanford 04 1 taaaaUev 11s1aweLTuwdtipwsJSd Ftidavt 4T I PER YEAR CASH p hiaB t IOPI14eaoo will heoesrpd KNOXVILLE DIVISION MTnln going North Otpm- e26 II a 230am Southtl17amll 1235pm J H BOONE i CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STfllM Stanford Kv fatesICoal j icTraj10rf DEALERS IK vniskn Brandu Wines Beer fl Glnars Sts It Oartienttr Olat to DepotSTANFORD KY but tei r cn np attention I C RUPLEYI 1 Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY G s Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call r JI D WerenInsurance v nlre and Tornado Insurance s Represents Tbe Home of New fork the largest company in the orld Assets 818710035 12 surplus as regards policy holders 94360S 69 Farm property in 4 Cagey Gsrwd and Lin nln counties Phone 2- l0rt t iford Kentucky 1 kBMdho y Insurance fluent t solicits a share of the patronage d the property owners in counties o incoln and Ff aseyrhomfV he seeking In nuance lire Lightning And Tornado None but Iron t and best Old Llne Com lowPhone Stanford Kentucky For Life of Accident Insurance apply to Charles E Powell Office N W Car Men Hotel Building snUFloor Stanford r Many good companies but only one bestThe Equitablestrongest n the world Get alto a combination Disabili ty policy in the Fidelity Casual ty Co of New York Covers every Accident Covers every illness Mrs Laura S Webb I t VleelrritlilFDt Woman Demo crallcCliil ol Aorlhern Ohio dreaded the change of life which wi fast spprotchlnt noticed Wine t of Cardul And d to try a bot thtlathree months and now I menstruate with pin and shall tAke It off and on now until I have patted the climax Female weakness disordered c menses falling of the womb and ovarian do not wear off thecbangeeof CarJui now ant avoid the trou ble Wino of Cardui mncr fails to beneGt A suffering woman of any age Wine of C relieved Mrs Webb when she was in dan j cr Whet i you come to tbe change a of life Mrs Webb letter t mean more to you than it does now Bet now avoid the Druggistelll 4lNEo iARDL d W Wallace X Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Horse Sheers West Main fctreet Stanford Kentucky R A JONES UENTI81 Stanford K OmcaovorlIlgglne a McKinney Story Telephone gl1 THE Joseph Price Infirmary U all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cub in advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal bills Sue when services are rendered and must lvo paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE BWBTOM35 Profs JUNCTION CITY KV FirstGlass Turnoutiteasonible Rates Special Attention to Traveling and Rap For Sate Small Farm FoclSale I I desire to sell privately mv farm of 136 acres on the Liberty pike JK miles from Huitonvlllo It Is rall and the land fertile and In good shape It has on It u good house of 7 rooms a house two stock harps etA Convenient to churches and schools Address O W mire Jr Ty rone 0 T or call on L V lURe Huston vllle Ky LUTES BOONE 8 CO Roal Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do to see us We have a number of tine Lincoln and adjoining county farm for sale and will be to show anyone what we have If you desire to sell place- It In our hands Office at Boone Livery Stable Stanford Ry J+ G+ McCbMr UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealearln JABNESS SADDLBBY 0 Stanford Ky J Le Beazley t Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AtlODBAtBKSIB ParnltureMattlnjjsRtijjs they will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stork Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY GEORGE I N GILLOCK IpToDat- eTONSORIAL ARTIST Huitonvllle Ky Has remove to his new and elegant ly fitted rooms nest door West oftile 1 0 Agency for firstclass Laundry News Cigars All work guaranteed Your business solicited a 0 HVBULE R L Bubble oas Rono South with a load of mutes Morris Spoonamore of Lexington vUlted his parents here Tail week Mist Ma ma Underwood RIve a handsome dining to her young friend TuesdayEld M Tinder will fill his ap polotmeot at Ibo Christian churol Sunda afternoon plies lla Rankin le visiting her parents at Bronilon Robert Sloai and wife are rejolcln over the arrival of a fla eon C 0 SinK and family of Lexington have returned homo after a visit to the fem lly of A O Carman Tbe Xmas tree at Abo Cbrlstlai church onlalt Thursday night Was quite a success Bro Tinder delivered a very excellent Xmas lecture and as Santa was there In all his glory It was enjoyed Immensely by both old and young Robert and Grover McKechnlo will be at home to their friends Friday evening Mr and Mrs Walter Mulky of Otceola Ark are visiting tbo lat tees mother Mrs Settle Millet1 Mist Nettle Floyd of Aneol has been visit- Ing her aunt dire J F RlRnejr Tom Wilder will move to the John White farm hire Ed Millar li down from Mt Vernon for a few days We regret to give up John Cbristmao who Is move tag to the Oarlan farm In Boyle coun tyW0 G ration will live at the Bright farm Jas MoKecbnle receiv ed notice of tbe death of his aged fath er la Wayne county last week CHURCH MATTERS Rev Father George Oeshon bead tf the Order of Paullst Fathers In New York Is dead A religious play was substituted for tbe regular Sunday night sermon In a German Lutheran church In Baltimore Of the 7701 Northern Presbyterian churches 1100 are paslorless and 400 report little prospect of securing a pas tbr Last year tbe American Bible Socle ty prlntei 2000000 Bibles and portions of Scriptures one for every 70 people on earth The Christian Church Sunday morn ag called the Rev L R Chllderof Troy Mo as their pastor and he will preach his first sermon next Sunday Winchester churches lead In mission work the Christian church and the Presbyterian church each support a missionary The Baptist church gives largely to all causes Congratulations Mr John H Cullom editor of the Garland Texas News has written a letter ol Congratulations to the manufacturers ol Chamberlains Cough Remedy as follows sixteen years ago when our first child was a baby be was subject to croupy pells and we would be very uneasy about him We began using Chamberlains sough Remedy in 1887 and finding it such a reliable remedy for colds and croup we have never been without it in the house since that time We have five hlldren and have given it to all of them with good results One good feature of this remedy isthat It is not disagreeable to take and our babies really like it An ther is that it is not dangerous and there Is no risk from giving an overdose I ongratulato you upon the success of your remedy For sale by W N Craig GOSHEN James E Gooch U of pneumonia John M Gooch Is still In a serious con dillon front pneumonia The Christmas tree and entertain meat given by the Goahen school cbll dren proved to be a very enjoyable oc casion although very inclemeLt weather The church was nearly fill ed with an enthusiastic and apprecla tive audience Tbe program was full of merriment and thoroughly enjoys ble and was a delightful treat to all who saw It Tbe tree decorated with artistic skill was loaded with beautiful presents and many were banked up under It It could easily have been voted the most enjoyable occasion ever bad at Goahen The teacher Miss Maud Spalnhouer deserves eapechl praise for the unqualified SUCCRSI 01 tbe school Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your system If ner voucnets sleeplessness or stomach upsets Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the troublesome causes It never lolls to tone the stomach regulate the Kidneys and Dowels stimulate the Liver and clarify tile blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Hitters la only oOc and that Is returned if it dont give perfect satisfac lion Guaranteed by all Druggists r After January 1 all the employee of the Northern Pacific railroad will bo required to abstain from the use of every kind of Intoxicating beverage on or off duty s When bilious try a dose of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and realize for once how quickly a firstclasa up to dale medicine will correct the dis order4 For sale by W N Craig Young Corbett knocked out Eddie Bunion at San Francisco Icawas an easy job for him 3 j OTTENHEIM Wheat crops In this section are look- Ing sickly Christmas If RODe leaving empty purees and melancholy feelings Ed Bowen a fireman on the C 8 spent Christmas with hIs parents Elder J G Livingston has been quite but Is better at tnls writing Mrs Jamea Hammonds ato Christ maw dinner with her father J A Jame Notwithstanding the zero weather moving bas been at laver beat for the last 10 days A German named Olllce shot and fatally wounded John Cummins and pain fully wounded Win Todd Olllccllvcs near Kriger N The Xmas tree at Pine Grove was a complete success The children eater tamed the audience for over an hour wltb songs and speeches Prospects are good for a bard winter for Eldon Slier Clarence Woods and Gallo Adams have all moved In the house wltb their fathers and father lolaw Leslie Anderson spent Xmas with B C Anderson and family at Brod bead Little Little Cbappell spend log the holidays with her sister Mr Cyrus Jame The people of the Pine Grove see tion again extend sincere thanks to Severance Sons for their cut prices on goods purchased for some orphan children to put on the Xmas tree un C R McCormack DFALKU IK Staple FancGrb eries Harness Stoves Furniture Etc Etc Country Produce Wanted Hustonville Ky t Notice of Election Regular Term Lincoln County court held Dec 1419o3 Hon James P Bailey Judge Presiding In the matter of the jpetition ot Curtis Cover and others for a local option election ip the Town of Crab Orchard Lincoln County Kentucky The written petition of Curtis Guscf and others asking that an election be held in the town of Crab Orchard in Lincoln county Kentucky on the ijth day of January loo to take the sense of the le gal voters in said town who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spiri tous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said town and ask ing that the provisions of the law and prohibition shall apply to all druggists in said town having been received by James P Bailey Judge of the Lincoln County Court on the 9th day of November 1903 and having been Sled in open court and an order noting its said filing having been entered in said court at a special term of said court held on the 9th day of November 1903 themttter came on for hearing upon the said petition and the proof and it appearing tp the court from the petition and the proof heard that the said petition was sjgned by all the parlies1 whose names appear thereto and that each one of them are legal voters in said town and qualified to vote at an election for county officers and it also likewise appearing to the court that all of the said petitioners are legal voters in said town of Crab Orchard Ky and so it therefore appearing that the petitioners of said town are more than 25 per cent of the voles cast in said town at the last preced ing general election and that the said pe titioners have in all respects com plied with the law It is now ordered and adjudged by tho court that an election be held in said town of Crab Orchardj Ky on the 3th day of January IQOJ for the pur pose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to sate at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spiritou vin ous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned therein and it is further ordered that the provision of the law under which this election is ordered and prohibition shall apply to all druggists in said than M S Oaughman the sheriff of Licoln county is hereby directed to open poll it each of the voting precincts ttxwit Voting Precincts Nos 1 and 2 in Crab Orchard Ky on tbe lath day of January fooj for the purpose of taking the sense jf the legal voters in said town who are qualified to vote at an election for aunty officers upon the proposition whether or not spiritous vinous or malt liquos shall be sold bartered or loaned therein the provisions of the law and prohibition to apply to all druggists in said town GEO D COOPER Clerk Lincoln County Court A Copy Attest 1 A 7 i First National Bank Ot Stanford CapltalStock 50000 This Institution was originally established a the Uupusll flank of In ISIS then reorganised as the National Rank of Stanford In apd IIjtllu reorganized u the First National llatk of Stanfor4 tn 1882 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 13 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact business promptly and well tbaa ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited J B Paxtoo J B Owiley 8 II Shanks W 0 Geo W Carter Ky jKIAILINCOLNCAPITAL STOCK 6OOOO Directors walker Farmers Hank Trnit and under urns manacontinuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such relations prove beneficial start in the New Year Right 1IBy Trading WIB McRobertsu cost and tho boat those days go far thor and last longer over J meeting of the stockholders of the Na tional Hank of Iluitonrliio will be held at their banking house In Huitonvlllo the see ond Tuesday In January 1901 between and It for the purx o of electing dl rectors to serve the ensuing year W I1OUKRK A meeting of the stockholders of the Lincoln County National Hank of Stanford will hold at their bunking house the second Tuesday In January 1084 for tho purpose of electing director for tho ensuing rear J II OW3LEY Kccorernd nod and made Mmost as good all new fur u amount I can Ox your umbrella batter than the tramp reimlrer and for Imn money Give me a trial IlutK ATKIMH Stanford a IS Presidential Yoar and you must The way to do tbto Is to road the WEEKLY Henry Wuttorsoo Editor Twelve pages issued every Wed nesday 55 1 A Itavcnue Reform Bocul Itoform Moral form The CourierJournal issues tho best Altranac published Send tIc for a copy by mall CO lAmia vllle Ky liyu special arrangement you can get and the WEEKLY both one year for only f I J S HOOKEU Prest r J J UoUOIIRItTS Obr W II WEAKEN il F Reid Danville 8 T Harris Stanford U Elmore Stanford H lIugbman Stanford I P Hill Stanford Ju IloblnioD nubble 1 II lUucbmau Stanford W P Tate Stanford II t The R Company business will mutually A D T Officers t a u SHANKS J B OW8LRY Cashiert W M BRIGHT Asst Cashier IISTANFORD Invest In Paint SyourcomfortGoodpaints than boforu Mastic Mixed Paint willlearn tolullPennys Drug Store CHRISTMAS CAKES Cashier repaired If Ky The flneitiUallty pontlblei snow white and rich Impossible to make them without J K M Flour I also havo frost Currant Seedless RaUlnst In fact everything In anttclue Oroeerhw Dont forget the J R U Hour It Is the flneot thing that skill sad money Dan produce Always In stock and lost no more than ordinary Hour Come In cxik and get prices It will pay you a t W PERRIN Grocer Stockholders Meeting Stockholders Meeting Oah- ferUMBRELLAS THIS Alas KEEP POSTED COUltlEBJOUKNAL OOUHIEUJOUHNAL th- eINTERIOR JOURNAL GOUltlEKjOUKNAL Officers hkprt Directors Soccerswan ireddesli With Stanford The 1 YAR FORRENT WmSU1oranceJ II OWSLEY FOR SALE oarloadSaleStable r Stockhold6rs Meeting FlrdNptlonalHank 1 their banking bouse the second Tuesday ID January 1001 for the purpose of electing directors fur the oAdln oar JOHN J McROIIER JaAhlor Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court DL F Elkln nunrdlan IlalntlfT vt 31 t HaloIIV of r vofpending In said court tho undersigned comimissioner will MONDAY JAN It 1001 Ilefore the courthouse door In Stanford 1cryfromtHanfordVest and Bout by the land of Nora OoodkntRht and on the East by said turn monthsbondandliearlDgpaid Lein retained The object of the proceedsunderR 0 WARREN Commissioner lv i