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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 5 1904 8 A M 1N0i MIDDLEBUR- OThemusoalentertslomentatr H H MoAolachi Monday avealoir wee aoa 4 iteM The string band furnlibed the I mnilo Mr Ella Cowan wai tbo ueL ofj Mn Wm Coulter Mtn Jenlo Coul tor Gave the young folk a perry TUBS iy night JnVm McIntosh wai In Stanford on Jguilooii Frank Jono and wifu ware puciUatHev Ferrolla Tuesday 0 R Jones and Edgar Miller were visiting rplatlve at South Fork The Xmas tree at the College was well attended and the social entertain moot alter tbo treo was unloaded of Ita presents was a dicldf IUCCCM The young folks bad a royal time and all went away well pleated Icrry Wesley our donttt hat been t very low wltb pneumonia and has had lateral hemorrhage Uo was report td one butter Sunray Born to the wife of Wm Thomas a floe boy John Lantblcum wife and eon of Indiana are biting their duugbter Mr Della Moran Clarence Lulr bioi been with bit iliter near Stanford for several days Dutch Miller U at home on a rlilt to his parent Mln Lillie Miller li rliltlnc her par ecu bere Miss Lulu Ueoioa U at home eo a visit from Stonoga Va Mliaen Uira Maud and Ethel Rim wore vult laif at Wm Lucas lest week Ciar eoce CoUiaan spent the bolldart with hi mother Mrl Kttlo Coleman Milt t Ella Ferrell was rliltlne Miss Mloa Swope Sunday Preston Fogle of Ilnlta Indian Territory U at home t i veryiprumblogera and le very highly tbouebt of by i hit host of blends In Casey John U at home on a visit from MU iSwopo Stanford F U Luau and son Morton DO NOT DOSE TilE STOMACH ryCare Catarrh by Natures Own Breath ofJMothodEvory Relief every one who hat catarrh iXcarly foolish It It to try mod cure It toy drugging tbo etovacli Touiporar relief may be given but a cure teldoin recently your phraiclan would have said the onlyway to cure catarrh would bt to have a change of clmate hut now with hymnal you can carry a health givlnc climate In your veal pocket and by breathing It a few minutes four tlmca a day soon euro yourtelf The complete Hyomel outfit COAti but 1100 and conilitt of an Inhaler that can be carried In the yctl pocket a medicine dropper anda bottle of Ilyomel Tbe Inhaler last a life time and If one bottle dorinot cure an rxtra bottle of Hyomei can be obtained for 60 ccnia It It the moat economical of alt remedies advrr toed for the cure of catarrh and the only one that follows nature In her meth s od of Mealing dlteaict of the respiratory organs G L Penny has and a great many Hy oinci outfits and the more ho Belli the most convinced he It that he It pert hotly safe In guaranteeing to refund the money If Hyomel does not euro We Lave always regarded It aa theft pure and simple for a man to draw a pcotlon bo does not deserve Iand does not need sod It It exceed ingly gratifying to hove found one std soldier who entertains the tame oplnloti Editor F J Campbell of the Somerset Journal who was In the city a fow days It one of the few who fought for the banner who It not now drawing pension He says bo can make a living without government bounty and eo long at be can J do to ho will not accept It Mr r Campbell It one among ten thousand In tact bo la the only man of our knowledge who could Ilta pension aad does not get ono Let hit name be written In letters of gold and plo Lure of silver and his example held up for the emulation of those who 1would make mercbandlea ol their pa Lexington Democrat A Frightened Horse 1t 6 Running like mad down the street I dumping the occupants or a 100 oilier- I accidents are every day occllrr It behooves everybody to have a reliableI Salvo handy and thetas none as good aa- Ilucilena r Arnica Salve Burns Cuts JwMrce Eczema and Pile disappear under its soothing effect 25c by all Druggists eEvery time a big ocean liner arrives la port It Is repainted This U no light task for the area covered It two and a half acres In painting the funnolt the men are suspended from the rail on the top of the mouth of the funnel pMr Wm S Crane of California Md suffered for years from rheumatism and lumbago Ho was finally advised to try l Chamberlains Pain Balm which ho did and It effected a complete cure This liniment is for tale by W N Craig SOMERSET The time for the fraochlto for the ttreet railway bat been extended but tpiti It will be a certainty no one doubts New Years greeting to the dear old JOURNAL and Itt many readers We tract Cbrltimat wit a happy occasion to each and elf Atldo from a few social functions and the Cbrlitnii tree for the different Sunday schools tho holidays patted very quietly barn After a short but pleasant visit to frlondt here Misses Louisa Stapp and Genevleve t uiiisrturned Wednes day lo Campball burg The ciHCirto lltfbt plant will bo fur OUhedweb arw boiler rod new engine wbloD wlhtrive nxifr tatltlaollon fora the ritiir nf the od one At wo bad hitherto greatly drtlredi Mr Flic erald was putty awarded a btodoma gold roHtitl fur out mon ex cellent condition of the yards at ebb pisses A now telephone oireolory will soon bo Issued lo which will appear a great number of advertisement showing that our little city keep up to date la every rrtpnctTbecommerclalclublt planning great things fur the iirortn stir and surely greet things are expected for Somer teL mutt keep uo her record as f first class city The pikes Intix different directions have been completed and will prove a benediction to tar at they go and that they will bo extended It only a ques tion of time The finishing touches are now being put upon the largo and Imp log New Ionian Dote Some of the rooms are now being occupied preparatory to a grand opening In the near future After undergoing coDtldorabln dam ego by Ore the Somerset Bakery hat been enlarged and rebuilt and It one ready to ascommodata all lit farmer pitront with rob bread and oVert iding pertaining to a wall equipped bakery Tbe series of meetings at the lies potpooedIIter will atittt O P MoMaban In a meeting at the Ubrlttlao church be inning the lllh Mr Harrison of Lexlogton will meet with the Ladles Auxllllary atthebeglnolov of the meet log MATRIMONIAL David ByMoccr aniXUtt M Dur- monlrfre uirrtf In ICbckcaillo pas t wceMiss Mollle Ooodreo of Klrksvllle and Everot Parks of Dryantsvllle wore married Friday Samuel W Minor a prominent young farmer of the West End and Mitt Elllo Boyle daughter of John L Boyle of Moreland were married at tbo home of the brides parents by Rev P O CalemnAdocte- Derol your chance Tbe members of a Knights of Pythias Lodge In Illi nois have offered to buy the license furnish a house and pay the expense of a two weeks honeymoon forany cou plo that will agree to the conditions ofI becoming engaged and married on the night of the annual lodge ball From gay Gotham comes the Infor mation that thecold maids are engaged in the very questionable occu potion of organ zing what are known as antf obey societies the object of which Is to elmlnate the word obey from the marriage vow Tbe young men need not become alarmed how over for that Is only a big bluff Tbe average old maid who lives east of the the Hudson river would jump at soy thing In the guise of a man In utter disregard of what the marital oblige Lion contained She would prefer to accept It with all Its obnoxious fea cures than to be consigned to the com pasty of maltese cats sad an effort to satiety her soul with the Dead sea fruit of fashion Gotbrfma old maids are not sincere In this class of work LAND STOCK CROPS ETC John D Foster sold to C M Jones a Red Berkshire boar for S15 W A Trlbble sold to C C Ulclcley a Poland China boar for 112 60 M J Farrls sold to Noli Morris 100 cattle weight about 1300 pounde at 1t16NewlR has bought of Frank North of the West End hU farm of 85 acres at 153 Tobacco prize In good shape for sal Will deliver to Lancaster or Stacto for 110 U T Lunsford Preachers vllle 21 DIane niovins was killed and his two SmIthaDdsee line In Wayno county Three persona were killed and lour o destroysthe hotaon Feb 2 I NEWS NOTES Miss Dolly Laailed 18 wee burned to deatn HI tier home In Gray son county Capt Frederick Pubtr head of the Pabn Hrewlng Company of Mllwau kee Is dead One man was killed and another was seriously Injured In a boiler explotlcn la Franklin county J W D woo of Loalsvlllo reedy ed 176 from an unknown person Do poet the money 15 years ago Tbe Highland Motel at Albuquerque one of the finest winter retorts In New Mexico was destroyed by Ore Anna Cooper a 17 yearold girl ohot herself Ic Cincinnati because of a long bag for her old homo near Uyothlaua Robert UcnoQeld of Gloiown Ala while drunk set fire tn the Jill In In which he was Incarcerated and was burned to death Pink Ilubb an aged Ohio county farmer died from the effects of a shock caused by the burning to death of his 14 year old daughter Robert Alexander of Rlpley Teno was assassinated while sitting In his home conversing with his wile Tbe assassin Is not known Burglars dynamited the sate of 0 Cohen a pawnbroker at Des Moines Is and got away with 13000 In cash diamonds watches and other property Engineer Oliver Derbert Fireman Elmor Stafford and Bal emao Race Snyder were killed In a colllslonon the Pennsylvaniarailroad near Larwlll Ind Will 8 Days river writer on the Courier Journal and Time and one of the heat known river men In the Ohio valley suffered a stroke of apoplexy which affected his right sldo end hit tower of speech A Ore visited Mt Sterling destroying the opera house Moor entailing loss of I13000 Joe W Barnes a promi nent cllUin and Frank White a Ne gro were killed by a falling wall while flgbtlog the lions Mary Aodervoo now Mrs Nnvarro rocontly appeared ID song and recital two nights In London for tbo benefit of the poor at which a handsome sum IbeIreturn to tbe stageCFargo son States Minister Squtert was accidentally shot and killed at Havana by Gas ton MIchaud chauffeur employed by bU father Squlers and everal set wants were engaged In shooting at a target at the time the accident rredBraditrcett In Its annual review oft1003 says that It has been a year o Irregularities In the commercial and Industrial world It declares too swift apace had been struck up to the mid dle of the year when troubles began to pour In from labor dlsiensloos and business depression Eight Louisville people were In tbe Chicago holocaust two meeting death They were Mrs Frances Owens and bcr daughter Miss Amy Owens Their charred bod let bye been recov ered Mr and Mrs Frank Fehr Mr D K Beatb Mrs F W Samuel Leonard Bacon and Dr Robert Canine are the fortunate ones who escaped Sarnuel Border a Philadelphia capi talist has purchased 810 acres south west of Louisville preliminary to erect log a mammoth plant for too manu return of Portland cement Acting for hlmielf sad others bo xII louse 91000000 at the outset Tbe venture meant employment for laborers and the establishment of 160 cottages near the pleat Tho annual report of R G Duo Jt Co aa e that tbe past Sear has been use of readjustment and retrenchment la the financial and Industrial Interests of the United States It declares that the flue years of unprecedented success undoubtedly produced financial aad In dustrial excess Toe retrenchment and working oil of this excess during tbe poet year have been done without any sensational bankruptcies or failures Despite the Irregularities In the steel cotton and other markets toe review predicts that everything will be right ed durjng tbe present year MILMOKAIBBB Iooit STOMACH The worn out stomach of the over fed mil Honalrc is often paraded in the public prints as a horrible example of the evils attendant on the possession of great wealth lint millionaires are not the only ones who ate afflicted with ba stomachs The proportion is far greater indiCare rampant among and they suffer far worse tortures than till millionaires unices they avail them selves of a standard medicine like Green August Flower which bee been a favorite household remedy for all stomach troub Ice for over 35 years August Flower rouses the torpid liver thus creating ap petite and insuring perfect digestion tones and vitalizes the entire system a0 makes life worth living no matter what your station Trial bottles 25c regular size 76c At all druggists MI3P ELIABBTB M CREIGBTON The INTERIOR JOURNALS pretty em cleo and faithful Klneivllle correi poadeatwbo keeps our reader posted on tbo doings of tbo southern nod of Lincoln CHURCH MATTERS The Baptist church at Indianapolis burned causing a loss oG150000- Rev 0 M quay begun a Protracted meeting atthe Baptist church la Mt Vernon last night Fire completely gutted the rectory of tho Little Church Around the Cor star lo New York Rey Holloa Frank la dead at Lex Iqfitoo Bo was a brother of RevCra hem Frank who assisted Rev J WtiBaglo la a meeting at the Christian cburcb several years egos It Is the Christian church of Middies born that boa called Rev Children of Troy Mo aa Itt pastor and not tbe church here aa our typos made ua say last week Tbe membera of tbe Chris flea church here are too well pleaecd with their pastor Rev J W Bugln to think of giving him up The annual report of the Stanford hristian church for the year ending Deo 31 1003 shows tbe church and Us various departments of church work to have contributed to missions during the year 1581 Ii further shows that the church expended for local work various charities Ac 8625 00 lie recognition of being debtor Is In a mall degree expressed by glvlrg to he Lords work during the year 12 210 OS CRAB ORCHARD Morris J Harris made the home folks a pleasant visit during tbe boll days Mrs Mary Rlchert who has been seriously with pneumonia U better The box supper at the Baptist church Friday evening was a success and something over 125 was realized A good crowd attended the temperance lecture delivered there by Rev Sax per and we hope much good will result from It- Your types made a mistake Mrs Buchanan will join Andrew and they will go lo lower California Mrs Mol lie Borders left for Texas Sunday Miss Lizzie Williams was a guest of the Misses Br6naugb Mrs Morrle of Junction City is visiting Mr and Mrs W M Morris Fight Will be Bitter Those who will persist In closing their can against the continual recommends tlon of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption will have a long and bit ter fight with their trnubes If not ended earlier by fatal termination Reed what T It Veall of Beall Df sea liB to say Last laU mywife bad every Kymptom of consumption Sho took Dr Kings New Discovery after everything else had failed Improvement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her Guar anteed by all druggist Price 60c and Il Trial bottle free Mayor Harrison has Issued ao order closing every theatre In Chicago ex cept the Auditorium until they have complied with tbo section of the ordi nance regulating play houses The Au ditorium la too only theatre In Chicago provided with a steel roll curtain and 1the mayor says ho la determined aa far as possible to see that other theatres are similarly provided Managers Da rlaand Power of the Iroquola Thea tree and Building Commissioner Wil liams were arrested on the charge of manslaughter S r+ A Costly Mistake Blunders an sometimes very expensive Occasionlly life itself is the price of a youdDyspepsia Diuineu Headache Liver or Bowel trotibea They era gentle yet thorough 25c at all Drug Siorci t A The Jesse James Bandit King Co Waltons Opera House Friday Night Jan 8th The worst part of Winter is still to come We have good lines of everything in Mens wear to help you keep warm and comfortable Over coats Gloves Caps Sweaters Un derwear Shoes e er T Om mILLER Danville KB THE GLOBE SHIVER LESS You dont have to struggle with tho Stove in the 4 morning and you dress iu warm cheerful rooms if you use Coles Original lot Blast Stoves s Fire is never out Rooms heated in niorning with fuel supplied the night before See us about them We have every size and you save the cost of thoStove in ONE Winter aaelttttttuaettr HigginsMKinneySole STANFORD KENTUCKY Report of the Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD At the close of business Dec 31 1103- RKSOUKCKS Loans and discounts152018 24 Stocks and bonds 1023303 Other real estate 6172 00 Overdrafts 1074804 17022221 US Bonds 41003 00 Premium on U S Bonds 2800 00 Banking house and fixtures 52oO 00 Duo from banks 20077 81 Due from State of Kentucky 108 2i Due from U S Treasurer 2050 CO Cash on handa 21761 fw UAIIIMTIKS 282840 8a Capital Stock k4 60OOQ 00 Surplus Fund iVJli500 00 Undivided Protlts i 2JUJ 09 t Fund to pay taxes r 72104 Total Surplus Fundiund Net Prodis 45JJ4 iikCirculation iv 41OO 00 Individual deposits 85760 70 Other UabUUoM Giro 00 282840 Gross warnings this sU months C811 42 Not earnings loft over lust C months 3OTi Ill DlvfdendlO por t ent3tW 00 eSS4r 13tHeduced real estate 1OW fiflt Carried to surplus fund ISO OIJot U S Taxes paid 102 50 221074 Leaves undivided profits 234100 8845ii JS HooKuie President Iso J McHoinarrs Cashr i W H WBAIOW AsstCshV Have you paid for your papc- i k Y y ThK INTERIOR JUUKNAU E Co WALTON iTHOMAS D NEWLAND SRIIt a canJUilc for Stwrlfl of Lincoln county subject to action of the democratic party GEO W DE BORD It a un11it for Sherlfi of Lincoln county sub Jt to tM action of the democratic party T JEFF HILL SRt li a CAndUite for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN li candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tae action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Is t candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to action of the Democratic party JAMES c HAYS U candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the B eaocratic party WIHERRIN tit Candida for Jailer subject to the action oft flanocratlc partySAMUEL M OWENS ra candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to be action of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT li a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools st Uncoln County subject to of the demo crack party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public SchoolsI of Lincoln County subject to action of the demo crane party HON O L MOOREIof Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In subDrhth dbtrkt to succeed Non U Jed b the action ollbe Democratic party Your sup pelt Is came try solicited AN estimate was recently made of tl the amount of wealth pro rata that wag represented In the meeting of the board of directors of the United States Steel Trust wltb all members present and It was shown that bne twelfth of the wealth of the country was tied up- In that little gathering of financiers This Is another evidence of the general centralization of wealth under the vii cltmi system of spoilt tbat find favor with a republican administration TilE Courier Journal put all of Itt q competitor to sleep In Its new under taking In order to get the splendid to Frankfort early each morning tlIaper run a special train between it Louisville and that place each day The train will leave the Union Station at Seventh and the river at 3 A M It I will carry both passengers and papers will bring Eastern and Central 1aod nearly a day nearer to Lou the House of Representatives at Frankfort there are two Blacks W C from KDOJC and Sam 0 from Mercer three Days Carl from Breatbltt Chas C from Rowan and J Will from Davie two Davleee John T from Car lisle and W A B from Eockcastle two Thompsons A S from Bourbon and A J from Meade OWING to the splendid administra tion of the States fiscal affairs the beat thawing In its history of 112 years is shown by Auditor Coulters state meat issued at the close of the year Tbere was to the credit of the State on Deo 31 S1C05497C5 the largest sum ever on hand at the opening of a legis lative session ALL but a few of the Legislators bad reached Frankfort yesterday morning x All the candidates for speaker are on F the ground and the contest for that of l ice Is nearing the finish with at least four candidates making very confident claim IT Is safe to say that not many people expectorate on the Chattanooga pave ments The City Council has made It a crime punishable by a fine of 85 aodt the law Is seldom violated Atlanta has a similar law and it works like a charm GEN LONOSTREBT the last of his rank except Gen Gordon who fought for the Lost Cause hat crossed over the river to rest with Jackson under the shade of the trees PRAISE the Lord Lexington hat a democratic mayor at last Now let old Dune go way back and sit down and i take his Sunday letters with him- POLITICAL ITho New Years reception at the IIwltbe chased from Mrs G W Fall of Nash yule for 0000 the letters of Presi dent James K Polk The general opinion In Washington Is that the Panama canal treaty will be ratified by the Senate although a vote may not be reached before May 1 Bon John P Newman circuit judge elect qf the Campbell county judicial district died at his residence in Belle vue of hemorrhage of the lungs super induced by a long illness of pneumonia Judge Hodjje of Newport says he Is willing to serve the term for which Judge Newman was elected ajid give the salary to the dead mans family but the law will not permit this It Is claimed t r A bill will be introduced In the Left lilaiure to make a new county out of parts of the counties of Carter Elliott Lols and Rowan It Is proposed to name the now county for Gov Beck hamWith simple ceremony George B Mo Clellan was Inducted Into the oDlcb of mayor of New York succeeding Seth Low He promised that there would ba no step backward during his admin Istratlon of municipal government Nearly 500 democrats of Nebraska attended the annual banquet of the Jackson Club at Omaha Senator New lands of Nevada Congrcstman Dear mond of Missouri and Congressman Hitchcock of Nebraska were the prin cipal speakers The four revenue agents appointed by Auditor Coulter claim they were ap pointed for four years under the amended law nod will refuse to give up fielr olllccs to appointees of Auditor elect Hager Attorneys have been employed to figbt the case At the close of business Deo 31 there was 8150549765 In the State treasury with most of the obligations of the State liquidated Auditor Conlttr says there Is more money 10 the credit of the State than there has been at the oDd of any year for the 112 years of the States sovereignty A poll of congress shows Gorman strongly in the lead for the presiden tial nomination He has 42 vote Parker 31 with a few votes scattering and the rest noncommittal If the convention were held tomorrow Gor- man would doubtless carry Kentucky but there may be many changes in Ideas of availability before next sun mer Lexington nemocrat TUB following appeared in the Cin cinnati Enquirer a few days ago and was crowded out of our last issue Hon Harvey Helm of Stanford can dldate for the democratic nomination for Congress ID the Eighth district has been at the Emery fora day or two mingling with politicians who como In froml his State and visiting relatives in this city Mr Holm has represented his county In the Legisla ture and ia serving his second term as county attorney for which DOlce he tad no opposition for nomination or election He Is not yet 40 years of age of an old and historic family In bis State and a man of distinguished ap pearance and affable bearing Coo cerning hle race Mr Helm salt The campaign has not yet opened up fully but J am satisfied with the situation and should never have started had J not first carefully surveyed the field and felt that I saw a great chance to come under the wire first Congress mao Gilbert of Shelby county who has bad three terms Is a candidate to succed himself The third corner to the triangular contest is Col Dan L Moore of Mercer His county had the member of Congress for several terms and now hat the circuit judge and commonwealths Attorney of our dis trict and the clerk of appellate court the best paying office In the State Boyle county bad the member of Con gress for three terms In Judge Milton J Durham Madison for six terms In Hoc James B McCreary now United States Senator Our county of Lincoln though composed of one of the largest and most patient democratic constitu encies In the center of the district one of the three original counties of the State hat bad but two Congressmen in 75 years Judge John Klncald elected In 182S and Judge George M Davlson elected In 1896 a republican who went In for one term owing to the democrat ic dissension over the money question Mercer had the democratic nominee for Congress In 1898 In Hon John B Thompson So that we democrats of Lincoln feel that we are entitled to a slice of the pie as the plate Is passed around I am willing to leave It to the fairness of my fellow democrats of the district HERE AND THERE Slit Southern Baptist Theologies Seminary students are pastors at In dianapolis Col Thomas C Campbell who prosecuted Powers Howard and others Is thought to be dying The St Louis Oil and Gas Company has brought In a good well on the EmI bry farm near Olympian Springs The funeral of Gen James Long street will take place at Gainesville Ga to day The body will lie In state In the court house The January Foreign Mission Jour nal reports offerings of Kentucky lisp tlsts since May 1 as 8800937 This Is onehalt of the amount expected- In hla annual review of business and financial conditions Henry Clews says he year 1933 was chiefly conspicuous as marking the culmination and collapse of the great trust movement which began five or six years ago He thinks the outlook favorable The burning of St Catherine of Sien na Academy near Springfield caused a loas of 8300000 with 185000 Insur ance Miss Mary Curry a crippled student discovered the fire and laved the lives of the sisters and fellowstu dents who were asleep The inmates fled to St Roses a mile away barefooted and with only their night clothes as a protection from the bitter cold The priests furnished shelter and clothed the sufferers in their own garments 77 a IN NEIGHBORING COUNT ES Mrs Edith Saddler Is dead at Bur ginGeorge Bonziff formerly of Danville is among the missing In the IroI quols Theatre fire In Chicago Barry Elmore who left his homo at Lancaster has been found by his father at his uncles In Shelby county The planning and preparatory work of securing a tine equipment for an In dustrlal school at Mt Vernon Is being pushed with energy Caesar Dauitnerty was shot and killed by J M Wilson In the mining dis trict of Pulaskl Daullberty It Is al leged threatened Wilson At the old fiddlers contest Saturday night the prize for the ugliest mao was awarded to W A B Davis by al most a unanimous voteMt Vernon SignalThe Masonic Lodge at Lancaster has elected the following oQtcer Master J J Joseph Sr WardlnK F Poelle Jr Warden C MChumhltII Kin aalrd Treasurer LouIe Landram Sec retary Fred Friable Sr Deacon Alex Bishop Jr Deacon The Junction City petitioners like BaD quos ghost wont down and have filed with the county clerk of Boyle county another petition asking that an election be held in that city on February 27tb next for the purpose of taking the sense of the people on the question of having open saloons once more News CLIMATIC cu ESTbo Influence of climatic conditions in the cure of con sumption Is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much otter at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free explora ion in the morning is made certain by German Syrup so Is a good nights rent and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion due to cough ing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup Hbmlly and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptive there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those whousa German Syrup Trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all drug gisto Representative Williams the House minority leader denies the report that he had declared for Richard Olnev for the democratic presidential nomina tion A change for the worse Is reported in the condition of former 6ov John Young Brown FOR SALE I Work mules for sate by the head or In car load lota fat and ready for the market Addree Pipes Pro Livery Feed and Sate Stable Uuatonvllle K- yUMBRELLAS Becorered and repaired and made almost IU good ill new for a amount I can Ox your umbrella tatter than the tramp repairers aodfor IBM money Give me a trial FHAHK ATKIHS Stanford A M BOURNE Lancastor Ky Offers his services as duotoiar to the people of Lincoln county lie will plell you both in work price Write to him THIS IS A Presidential Year and you must KEEP POSTED The way to do this Is to read the WEEKLY UIIIER JOURNAL Henry Wattcrson Editor Twelve pigen Issued every Wed daySI A YEAR Ravonue Reform Social Reform Moral Re form Tbo ConrIer Journal hues the beat Altranac published Bend 35c for n copy by mIll COURIERJOURNAL CO Louisville Ky By a special arrangement you can get th- eINTERIOR JOURNAL and the WEEKLY COURIER dOURNAL both one year for only f LeXInGTOn DemOClRftl Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price5 a Year It especially devoted to the Interests of C3 the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or favor W P Walton Editor S Pror Lexington Ky 4 T rIO RuotJ1 fluotioMT- HE V t GRAND LEADERWill hold FOUR DAYS AUCTION January 7 8 9 and 11 1904 We want to sell every dollars worth of goods we have in these four days Come prepared to buyyour bid is our price We include in this sale Dress Goods Mens and Boys Clothing Shoes Underwear Umbrellas Blankets Readymade Skirts Corsets and in fact every article will be sold without reserve to the highest bidder M B LEVY tic CO Prors S B LEVY MnnoporIi Fixtures for solo FORRENT MV store ronm recently occupied by Win Severance Will rent for one or more yean J II OWSLEY Engines For Sale I have for tile four Traction Engines 10hone power I 15hor e power and I twoI boric power All In good repair- J N CASK Turorravllle h t S PRICE surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky rOov UcBoUrM Dreg stets talk e Owil j UmlUUl National Bank of Hustonville At close of business Ice 31 1003 UKSOUUCKS Loans and discounts131SO 21 Overdrafts 1042 68 U S Donds 12600 00 Banking house ifurnlturo 2000 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 025 00 Duo from banks 6871180 Cash 12009 f- ie2o8Gi l UAUIUTIMS Capital stock 8 0000 00 Surplus fund 10000 0 Undivided profits u 402160 Fund to pay taxes 440 21 Circulation 12XXI 0 Individual deposits 144307 48 2oSeta 22 rnonT AND LASS Balance Juno 30 1003 83621 60 Fund to pay taxes m 00 Earnings past six months 5031 27 eO332 77 DISlOSKl OP AS X rU tS Current expenses and taxes 82385 03 Dividend per 2600 00 Leaves profit and loss 4021 60 Leaves fund to pay taxed 410 24 Ir352 77 J W ROCKER Cashier Lincoln County National Bank Stanford Ky At tho oloso of business Dec 31 1003 IIHSOUKCHS Loans and dlsdountsISS204 74 Overdrafts 12147 01 U S ISondil Oooo 00 Duo from banks 54472 32 Five per cent fund 2600 00 Bank bouso urn1turo k fix 3600 00 Casb I510106 120005 13 LIAIIUJTIKS Capital stock 0000 00 Surplus 4D2 00 Premiums 2i 05 Jirculations 0000 00 Individual deposits 200070 Fund to pay taxes 013 18 Duo to batiks 7604 31 e32005 13 Earnings six months ending 1e 31 1003 87300 14 DISTIHIIUTED Dividend 11 3 per cent JGOO 00 Expenses 2474 12 Taxes v 305 28 Bad debts charged off 2020 M Surplus fund 460 21 7300 14 J B OWSLEY Cashier a s h r HOME FOR I tI will toll at auctl n here next county court day Monday Jan 11100 my on the Knob Lick pike one mile from Stanford It contain even acres of land and is Improved with cellar d cottage of three rooms porch and Good barn and other outhouses Everlasting well Young orchard and vinyard Sale will oc cur at II oclock In front of courthouse JOHN CIIIUSTMAN Stanford Ky Statement of tho Condition of Grab Banking Co At close business Loans a dUuountx 32128 03 Overdrafts G07 02 32822 05 Banking house and lot 1001 65 Furniture and fixtures 1604 10 Duo from hunks WfO 73 Cash 3005 01 840844 01 UAIIIUTIRS Capital 00 Deposits 34238 02 Surplus and profits 000 02 840844 04 Gross earnings for tho year81014 76 DISTUIIJTJTKO Nof1ttif00 00 V 00 Undivided profits 114 02 Fund to pay taxes 42 00 Expenses for tho year lJ07 83 81014 75 W M Morris Cashier n oL a1 I COME And see this before you buy You get in 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 Co Stanford jKy W H MUELLERI Jeweler Stanford Ky SALE Orchard llecii1903lt- bisoultcns stock15000 Dividend Surplus this Notice To Creditors lateDrholdingthem properl proven till M UcllobcrU attorney or J K PKVTON Admr Stanford Ky Report of the condition of the Commercial Bank of Liberty At dote of Inuinuu loc 31 1003 HH80UItCIIS Loans and diecouuts8576ruL r Overdrafts 070 g Due from banks 38123 fiO Blinking houso and lot 2200 OH Furniture and fixtures 500 00 ltlCash135192 3ii- IIAIllUTIKSi Capital stock 820000 00 Surplus 0000 00 12210Ito check lOCOGO OJ SlBli102 36 Earnings hut G months 83339 03 UIBTltlHUTKI tIividendridded to surplus 1000 00 Undivided profits 122 39 3339 63 OKO A PnEwirr Cashier THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAxronn KT JAN r 1961- Ia = filltoe Jour prescription wo uao be rljlM medlolnel In ox Woroaould Uont and with proper not do better U yon ui double the price which le alwate rOllOnable Pon cvs Drug Store PERSONALS MR 0 M RICE le down with grip Oeo L PENNY U up attar a tow iaji1 Illaeu Mit J W QAYDRN of Parle wee hare Saturday On J K VANAHSDALK was ID Lou IiTlllo lot week PKOP L H HUOllta U threatened appendlcllI FAUMKII went to In dlanapollt Sunday- T D NEWUAND Jit went to Uar rodUburirvesUrdav HON H K UOUIINB of nenrycoun tyrams burn last week OKO fl FAKIUB has been In bed fa f a week wltb a deep cold HuN tlAHVEY UEUU and Mr A C Dunn went in Frankfurt Friday D H BiCiNNEn of Huttoavllle took Saturday train fur StoopR Va Mil C W JEW ot Nicholas vllle has taken a position ID thus ofllce MRS II It noUKKUN ol Marlon was a guest at Mr II C Rupleye Dit JOHN M DECK lit again at ool ItBe In Louisville studying medicine A LITTLE daughter has arrived at the borne of Mr and Mrs O E Tate MIRS OeuiMiA NKWIANU of the East End U with the Misses Newland MRS I N UOLLJNO ot IMnoTllle spent Christmas wtb the folks at home Mil DEXTEK BALLOU and family have moved to room In Mrs Straubs beu MRS LEWIS L WALKER of Lancai ter was here Saturday to route to Lou Uvllle LKK HILL left yesterday to fiolab his course at the LouUvllle College ot Dentistry MRS n V ARNOLD and children ot Paris spool Chrlittnai with Mr Belle Austin here MR M O AUmiDOE a good Oari rard county friend of this paper was a ub tanttal culler Friday MANLEY OUEY left Saturday for Frank ton whore wo hope bo will bd r elected cloakroom keeper MR A T NUNNELLEY left Sunday for Texas after socndloe Christmas with his good old parents here MISSES MAY THAYLOR and Suile Y Aid Margaret Xtoooe nf Lancaster are lot visiting the family of U S Tray DR W U PENNY wife and Mill Hobble Penny of Danville spent sov- oral days with the former moths here Miss MvrriE STIUNOBII of Stan ford was hero from Friday till Sunaay visiting tho family ol WlllU Grinio lit Vernon Signal CAIIHELL WOODS U back from th 1hlllpplnc lie wrote hi mother Mrs Adella Voodi last week from Fort Kthan Allen Vermont REV AND MRS UARVEY S Mun DOCK who have boon doing missionary work In Perry and Dreathltl counties werocuciu ot Hon and Mrs J N Sounder IN remitting for hi paper from Win cheater Mr A J Earp IIY the year just closed has boon the most tuccei gal one be has over experienced In the photograph business l COL T P BILL made his 32rd pay sent for this paper yesterday During inn 31 years ho has road the I J he kaa never been as much as Uvif day 8 r behind on his gubecrlptlon- MR HUGHES ALDRIDOB of Lancai tar who bought out James T Jones tin and plumbing business bas taken charge Do has moved his family to ono of Dr WD OBannon cottager a r Lancaster Avenue HON J M ALVEHSON now erv Ing his constituency In the Legislature nt Frankfort If ho makes as good a Repreientatlve as he has mode the e paper a faithful attache Lincoln county will bavo no reason to rue the day eho tent him to represent her JUDGE Josn SWOPE has remove p hie stock of groceries to Lexington an we will miss him George Bunn of Moreland spent the holidays with hi s and mother on Mt Vernon St 9fatherNorth of Lincoln county was the attractive guest of the Misses Rune Somerset Journal iL 1903SIs a thing of the When we meditate over it we are reminded ofthings left undone One of the most important is your account withtH J MROBEKTS andaskDon t wait until he sees you then tell him to wait until you sell something orcollect something You know now that you owe him so get himHis place of business is open from 7 A M to 9 P M pay loins J R BEAZBY Is III MRS ADELIA WOODS le visiting at Paint Lick- HANDSOME Miss JEAN WARREN re turned to her dome In Dole yesterday after a delightful visit to the Misses Warren LUGWB want everybody to come to the suction Grand Leader DONT miss the bargains In hoes we- rea olTerlap this week John P Jones LoSTA black golf glove between McRobert Drug Store and the Pre byterlan church on Christmas evening Return to this odlco JAN 8The Jesse James Bandit King Co wilt bold the board at Walton Opera douse Friday night Jan 8 Bear that In mind Tot old year cod the new one has come Carton ft Penco want what you owe them and take this meth od of so Informing you thergiven away Cummins McClary tbo uptodato ololbiert nod furnisher Tilt supervisor Messr Emmett McCormiok K 0 Kennedy J U Mc Kee C A Uedd and W lIt Sbauk begun their work yesterday LEO BROKEN Jamei Johnson little son iii Mrs Satllo Johnson had his right leg broken between the knee and ankle by catching the member In buggy weeelIH G JONES cold to Uarvo duo voltage near Parioni k Wonet1 mill for 1800 It stoat him IWO about a year ago Property to advancing In the belt town on the map A Goon white woman without chll dren wbo can cook well can get a good home and liberal wages by Imme diate application to G B Swlnebroad Lancaster Ky Good room and not a great deal of housework to do 2t B D CARTER of the Turnerivllle section hat bought a half Interest In I M Bruce livery stable and the firm name now It Bruce d Carter They will put lo a lot of new horse bugglei drummer wagons etc and will have a splendidly equipped stable Both of the gentlemen are popular soil ener getic and wo bespeak for them a liber al share of the livery business here Mr Cuter bee moved bl family to the Withers cottage nn Danville Avenue RAIID GROWTH Dr W D Tardlf who G the Grand Secretary tellit u I that the Endowment Bureau of the United Brothers of Friendship and Sitter ol the Mysterious Ton has male phenomenal growth since 11 or ganization In December of 1902 When organized the Bureau bad to borrow moon to have its Insurance policies printed and now thorn are about 12000 polllcy holder Nearly lltOOO camo thro thea writing ho did would Oil several largo volumes The Bureau paid out about II 000 In death claims last year 1183 of which was to policy bolder In Stan ford This olllce does most of the printing for the order and It has no better patron than Dr Tardlf who knows wbat he waste and always pays cheer fully for what ho gate TilKHK bavo been no many entertain moots since our last Issue that space1 forbids an extended mention of them all On Thureday evening Miss Salllo Taylor Woods entertained very charm Inglf In boner of Miss Coraleo Conway ot Lexington and on the follow lag evening the Misses Englcman gave- a delightful party In her honor 0 lIJluMarlostyle to meet her guest Miss Elizabeth Jeffereon of Louisville Some 25 cou plea wore present and It was a most happy occasion The parlors were beau hollyo weroioa Jefferson Josephine and CarpenterMr t tcdShanks Mr D H Brook and Mlts Mar Hall MM J S Owaloy Jr re celved on Friday afternoon In her us ual charming manner and on Saturday evening Miss Chloe Baughman was at home to a number of her friends LOST Collarette This oQIco DONT fall to attend the auction Grand Leader JANUARY 7tb 8ib 0h and llih are auction dope Graqd Leader KEEl eyes PennyV drug tore window The INTERIOR JOUR NALS Legislative bulletins will be tossed there THE Aid Society of the Bap tilt church will meet with Mrs T F Splnkat2 oclock Friday afternoon All members are requeued to be pres ant at Important business le to be transacted Mrs It B Mabony HURT AW Carpenter was considerably bruised and bad a narrow escape from death by his hares backlog ort of a bridge near Turnerivllle Both tbe animal and vehicle were bad ly used up Tbo horse scared at a big rock on tbe bridge BANK eNTtSYour attention Is called to the bank statements which appear this IMUB A perusal of them will at once convince you tbt the four banks of this county and the Commercial Dank of Liberty are sub itantlal Institutions sod that itock In them It a safe and paying Investment To havebought BD Campbell restaurant and confection erv and cordially ask a portion of your patronaze I make a specialty ot pub lic day dinners and willorvo you a good meal any day from 0 A M to mid night Oysters served In any and all styles and bulk orators for sale James T JonessJAMES T JONES who recently sold his tinning and plumbing business to Hughes Aldrldge bought out H D Campbell tbo rcttauranter and confec tloner Saturday and took charge at once He ihonld and doubtless will do well In his new line Mr Campbell bas not decided what business he will engage In but wo hope bo will strike something good In Stanford MCALISTER Mr obert McAlls ter who was born In Stanford and who pent the greater portion of ale life here died In Lexington Friday night of locomotar ataxla aged 49 A wife and two soni G H and J W MoAlls tor survive Mr McAllslor was a warmhearted kind man and the new of his death was received with much sorrow He was a brother of Mr Jo- B e MoAllstcr of this place and like him was a good citizen WE desire to sincerely thank our dear friend and neighbors for their great help and sympathy during the Illness and death of our dear wife and mother and to the kind doctors Reid and Browo for tbdr unremitting care and attention Also to express our heartfelt thanks to the Maccabees and Knights of Pythias for the expression of sympathy In the beautiful Mower sent May the Lord bless each and all J L Totten and children STEAMER DunNED The steamer Burnslde belonging to the Burnslde it Burksvllle Transportation Co of Burnslde burned at McMillans Land Ing 121 miles down tho river from Burn side Tnursday night The packet plied the upper Cumberland between Burn side and Celina Tenn Tbo boat ha been rebuilt last summer at a cost of nearly t20000 and was on her second trip of the season The cabin boy a darker was lost The loss wilt bo felt keenly by the boat people and shippers ot this section Cause of tbo flrols un known COLEMAN McKECHNlB I In death of Mr James McKechale Sr Wayne county lost one of her best citizens The old oldnsome 36 of which bo spent In Wayne He was born In Scotland and came to this country In IfcHV Ho his wife and several children landed In first and spent the night SlaofordI Samuel Cowan who then Mr James E Lynn now resides IFrom there they went to Wavno county whore Mr McKecbnle embarked In business rt which he was reasonably successful Nine children were bornr to Mr and Mrs McKecbnle six of whom are now living Included In the number Is Jas MoKecbnlo one of Lln colne bOIL citizen Two years ego Mrs McKecbnlo died and since herj death tbe husband tailed health and death must have been a tweet relief to him Mrs MoIech lea death broke up a happy married life of years Tilcbance of a life time and attend Ibo auction Grand Leader youbuydeco lino DROP In and see toe good things we- rea ottering on our remoant tablet John P Jones BUY your Oil at your own price at the auction January 7ib 8th 9tb and Ilrb Grand Leader FOR RENT House of six rooms with all modern conveniences All DeCeIt ry outbuildings J T Jones twostoryframeply to J B Byran Stanford Ky S P GRAY at lure cee old stand Invites you lo see his stock of mcrcbao disc Bo sure to see hit line of stoves MR ROIIERT FENZEL back from Danville and ready to wait ou his friends who want repairing of any Uli a done W A BRENDT the Cedar Creek blacksmith will shoo your horse for 63c and will out your tires for 40c Both asb of course IF this coldenough for you just watt It may possibly get colder Tho mercury was 14 this A M and was only 10 degree higher at 1 p M OUR friend Mr T C Bill has our thanks for a new years present box well filled with almost everything good to eat and drink Tommy never forgets bis friends and we are glad to be one of the chosen MR CHARLES M RICE bat sold his Traylotnow Is Traylor Co Mr Rice Is up decided at 10 what business be willen gage In but we hope be will stay In Stanford AT the tale of Dr B awkltfa Browns effects at Hustonvllle Saturday Mrs Mary Brown bought his late residence sad otllco for 1700 George Dlowlddle tbe home occupied by Mu Brown for 1380 and J W Hayden the vacant lot for 1702 Other things sold well Mr Jame A Snuttlewortb of Louisville has presented Danville Presbyterian church a sliver com munlon service Bishop Galloway wllll go to St Louis next Sunday and reopen tbo 150000 First Methodist church The December collections for the Catholic University exceeded 1100000 BOB QUIS 66749 AJ 0 O JerseybullIn permittedJ Assignees Notice LEvaneproven and mod with the underslenod woro unfortunately all destroyed by the recent jtlvonthereforoprove as required and see with tho under signed their claims by or before Jan 1001 tyeetbortordd 1903 Marks the close of the most satisfactory year of our business It shall be our aim to always improve our service and the quality of our mer chandise and thus make our sales of the new Carefulbuyinglowwith the best markets enable us to show choicest values in our every line We have already made buyNICEGOODSHOME and we shall constantly strive to be ot turther service to the buying public Trade with us through 1004 We will be easy on your bank account a s s Cummins S McClary Nineteen Hundred And Fourward Is our watchword for the new year The INri molt JOURNAL Jet the cat out before we intended it should but it is true that wo will leave more room by the addition of the room now occu pied by the Grand Leader We have been crowded for some time and as we expect to enlarge the lines we now carry and add sonic new ones so wo had to have more space both for the comfort and convenience of our customers and ourselves To Our CustomersYou have helped to make this n banner year for us and we want to thank you for your patronage and patience in waiting when wo were unable to handle the big crowd shoppers as quickly as we would like We bavo improvedour system for this year and promise you better service than ever before Remember it is the customers pleasure andconvenience first with us Use us use our store use our goods wo will give you your moneys w- orthSEVERANCE SON fruits Candies Nuts And Every Thing Good to Eat JOHN BRIGHT JRt CO Produce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you the best market price for your Poultry Eggs Feathers etc at UI XORTHCOTT t THOMAS StanfordKy Nice Home For Sale I desire to sell privately my home on the Hustonvllle k Mlddleburg pike iX miles from Hustonvlllo The house has six room and Is In rood repair Oood barn and oth er outbuildings young orchard etc Lot contains six acres W H BADGKTT U Hustonvllle ICyI t POSTED strictlyforbidprosecuteIolaton CarpenterJGeorge Holmes J 0 Neal P W Carter Fred J Nevin Carter Fred VonAllman VonOrunenlganJH V Newland J B Oamenlscb Peter Balmer W n Johnson Mrs Mary Olvens David Stephens James It White and wife V Canon II Hawklnn 1IJIaJiI oJ JACK SALE I atDanvllieTHURSDAY MARCH l09f Bend In your entries now The sale prom CoatralKentucky Portable Engine and SaW MIII For Sale Win aolt pjyatclpWill alio sell a 15 goodrepairbusiness Will take part pay In lumber POWELL dt SWEIuv Stanford Ky Sale of Bank Stock I t As administrator of Dr IBlaofordJanuary 11 1904 ti shares of First Nation ofBoyleof National Bank of Hnitonvllle 0 share of Fourth National Bank of Columbus Oa AIce v Knw ti = T IflTOhlUHJuUHNAL tredn the post ogic at Stanford u lauatttr I t1sLetTeae4s snad3ts3tSww ER YEAR CASH to IIID ot sopstdmaOO will bechUl sd iKNOXVILLE DIVISION ITtln f loi North 104 pra II 230 a m sII ml Hum IHIM South a m 121 12bam J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors- I LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv JQod tlvery Service at Treasonable IlaU Call oa us oa Depot Street Also Dealer In Ooal j r Rice 8 TraHlort DSALSas tw t Wnisk Brandy Wines Beer Ginars Etc I I Csront r House Olo to Depot STANFORD KY lwnpt anipoIIto attention Nothing but the be to ik Met phone cr telegraph orders receive vt ii itttntkta t j 1C RUPLEK t 1 Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY t jj Warrantee t 1FitGuaranteed f Give Him a Call I I U Jvwearer Insurance fluent r Ire and Tornado Insurance r ifeprlrrtts The Home of New in the I largest company odd Assets 1871003512 irpluA as regards policy holders Li J3o g 69 Farm property In Casey Garrad and Itsfin counties Phone 21 S ford Kentucky rl I BMdlHiny Insurance fluent elicit a share of the patron ago d f the property owners in the rantieri of ncolu and awy who may be seeking in uraace iigainst hire Lightning nd Tornado None but tho- ron e tllnll best OldLine Oom antes represented and the low tit iwviftitlle rates are guaranteed hone i 9 nford Kentucky For Ufa or Accident Insurance apply to a Charles E Powell Oi3ca N W Oor Myers Hotel Building RdHoor Stanford goon companies but only tMany The Equitablestrongest n the world Get also a combination Disabili t ty policy in the Fidelity de Casual ty Co of New York Covers every 1 Accident Covers every illness Mrs Laura S Webb Fletilrrardedt Woman Demo cratic Inlts of Xortiieru tWo dreaded thumnge of HftwWch was fut ipproachlnc noticed Wine of Ctrdui end deemed to try a bob tie experienced some relief the first month to I kept on taking It for three months and now menstruate with no pain and shall take it off and on now until have pasted the dinnx Female weakness disordered mensei falling of tho womb and ovarian do not wear off They follow a woman to the change of life Do not wait but take Wine of Cardui now and Avoid tbe trou ble WiDO of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman of Any age Wine of relieved Mrs Wyh when she was in dan gerVbln you come to the change of ln Webbs mean more to you than it does now Bat now avoid thi suffering abe endured Druggists l f of Wine of 2 IHIEQFCARDUI1N a y d W Wallace S Son Blacksmiths ants Fancy Horso Shoots West Main fctroot Stanford Kentucky R A JONES DENTIST i nnlord RY OfflcnovorHlgRlns4 McKlnnoys Stor Telephone B 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary It open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal bills due when service are rendered and must apaid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE BWBTOSEASJNrron JUNCTION CITY KV PlrttGlasa Turnouts at Reasonable Bates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Bale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately mv farm of 130 acres on the Liberty 2X miles tram Huitonvlllo It Is all In grass and the land Is fertile and In good shape It has on It A good house of 7 rooms a tenant house two stock borne etc Convenient to churches and schools Address O W mae Jr Ty rone O T or call on J P Rlffe Huston ville K- yLUTES BOONE 8GO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky S All persona wishing JO buy or soul arms will do to see us We have a number of one Lincoln and adjoining county arms for sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have It you to sell It In our bands OfUce at Krones Livery Stable Stanford Ky J+ CMcCbAIY UNDERTAKER EMBALMERAnd IABNESS SADDLJDTIte Stanford Ky J LI Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers XLSOOI1IBMII FnrnltlxreMattingsRagsthoy kinds a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY GEORGE I N GILLOCK lTpToD- atcTONSORIALARTIST Hustonvllle Ky Has removed to his new and elegantly fitted rooms next door West of the P 0 Agency for firetclaes Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so lid too 0 HIGHLAND Wm Dunaway aged about 75 died Friday Orvll nhthtIthe Q S Cook and Miss Jennie McOln nls and B G Young and Mrs Lutto Ecklar were married during Christ mas Mrs R Youofc has moved to tbeI Link Walls place K 0 Martin occu pies the house vacated by Mrs You OR Mart Surber who moved to Klogsvlllo about two week amen Is back again flimsy Ernst has moved to D O Ballard Jim Carrier who has been liv log near Liberty has moved b ok to Greasy Ridge Mre A L Reed whoso hu hand died about two weeks ago baa moved to her fathers near McKinney Logan Bryant and E E Young have gone to Pulaskl to search of a shlnglo rig Elbert Young has gone to Sclenco Bill S M Young of Why not was atI homo to see his father last week Jim Cash of Oakdalo Teen Is here on a business trip Mils Nannie Taylor of Alabama has been the guest of Mlsaes Exlo and Roxle Reynolds Jake Meier and sister Miss Emma of Louisville were at home Christmas Mrs Ltzzlo Wall Misses Fannie and Eule Young spent Saturday with Dr and Mre Ac ton atKlngsvllla Cbarley Love and wife of Klocsvlllo wore visiting Ford Roger and wife Congratulations Mr John II Cullom editor of the Gar land Texas News has written a letter nl congratulations to tho manufacturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy as follows Sixteen years ago when our first child was a baby he was subject to croupy spells and wo would be very uneasy about him We began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in 1887 and finding ii such a reliable remedy for colds and roup we have never been without it in the house since that time We have five children and have given It to all of then with good results One good feature of this remedy is that it is not disagreeable to take and our babies really lIko It Another Is that it is not dangerous and there is no risk from giving an overdose I congratulate you upon tbe success of your remedy For sale by W N Craig An Englishman visiting Lake Ta hoe asked a native If there was any good Oshlng In the lake Ob yes stranger What kind of fish do you catch here Ob all kinds stranger What Is the weight of the largest flab you ever caught Waal stranger we dont take weighing machines when wo goes fish lag and I am an honest man and wouldnt like to say how much that last trout I caught would weigh But I tell you stranger that when I pulled thai fish out of tbe water the lake went down afoot Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt and furious trouble in your system if nero routness sleeplessness or stomach up sots Electric Bitters will quickly dis member the troublesome causes It never fails to tone the stomach regulate the Kidneys and Bowel stimulate the Liver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 50c and that Is returned If it dont give perfect satisfac tion Guaranteed by all Druggists CaliColic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The uniform success of this remedy has made it tbo most popular preparation In uie for bowel complaints Ii Is every whero recognized as the our remedy that can always be depended upon and that II peasont to take For sale by W N Craig When bilious try a dose of Chamber sins Stomach and Liver Tablets and realize for once how quickly a first clase up to date medicine will correct the disorder For sale by W N Craig The girl of todivObi repeat It with sorrow If she doesnt get married s The old maid of tomorrow A Farm For Sale I will sell tbe farm known us the George T Ucltoberts term on Hawkins Ilrunch about 2K miles North of Stanford Farm contain about 20 acre of land houselmrn Ac Will give possession any tine after lit day of January one wanting to bur a small farm pleate writ or oall end see me J O FltlTll II rod head Ky Agent for Q T Melloberts heirs + +THTtf +++ +++ T t++ Hrr fft If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial tttttt+ ++ttt tttt+ Iti bt11 tbe secret of success Mil od the sphinx- IPush said tbe Button Never bo led said tho Pencil Take pains said the Window Always keep cool said the Ice lBo up to dale said the Calendar Never lose your bead said tho Barrel Make light of everything said the Fire Do a driving business said tbo flammr Aspire to greater things said the Nutmeg Ba sharp In all your dealings said the KnifeFind good thing and stick to It said the Glue Do the work you are suited for said the chimney Found a Cure for Indigestion I use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets for indigestion and find that they suit my case better than any dyspepsia remedy I have ever tried and I have used nun diffetont remedies I am nearly 51 years of age and have suffered a great deal from Indigestion I can eat almost anything I want to nowOeo W Emory Hock Mills Ala For sale by W N Craig At last my angel said the hiPPY man In the new clothes after be bad settled with tbe minister we are really and truly one one forever Theoretically yes replied the blushing bride but from a practical standpoint It will bo advisable to continue ordering dinner for two ClMcCormckDEALKU Staple fancy Groceries Harness Stoves Furniture Etc Etc Country Produce Wante- dHustonville Ky Notice of Election Regular Term Lincoln County Ceurt held Dec 11 Igoj lion James I Bailey Judge Presiding- In the matter of the petition of Curtis Goer and others for a local option elec lion in the Town of Crab Orchard Lincoln County Kentucky The written petition of Curtis Gave and others asking that an election be held in the town ol Crab Orchard in Lincoln county Kentucky on the oth day of January 1904 to take the sense of the gal voters in said town who arc qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or uot spin tous vinous or malt liquors shad 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 Qth dayof November 1903 and having been filed 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 the mtter came on for hearing upon the said petition and tht proof and il appearing to the court from the petition and the proof heard that the said petition was signed by all the parties 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 votes cast in said town at the last preceding general election and that the said pe titioners have in all respects complied with the law It is now ordered and adjudged by tho court that an election be held in said town of Crab Orchard K on the ijth day of January 1904 for the pur pose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified ro vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spin tons vin ous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered loaned therein and it is further ordered that the provision of the law untur which this election is ordered and prohibition shall apply to all druggists in sail town M S ISaughman the sberifT 01 Lincoln county Is hereby directed to open a poll at each of the voting precincts towit Voting Precincts Nos 1 and 2 in Crab Orchard Ky on the 13th day of lanuary 1904 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters in said town who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition vll not spiritous vinous or malt liijuos be sold bartered or loaned therein shallI provisions of the law and apply to an rtrugfjistsin said town GEO B COOPER Clerk Lincoln County Court A Copy Attest X First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established u the Deposit Hank of In 1191 then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford in 1563 and again reorganised as the First National nark of Stanford to 18IS having had practically an unlnter ruptf4 existence It Is better supplied now with faculties for transact promptly and well than ever before In IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited J B Paxton J D Owsley H Shanks W O Walker Oco W Carter BOOKER WEAKEN nkprt Mocker Walton Tkiiuor Hubble llaushman LINCOLN OUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 8OOOO Directors Successor The lUqk Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor YOUR BANK loping such builnras relations will prove mutually Cashier Start in the New Year 4 Right By Trading With I W B McRoberts t Paint on your adds 10 cent to paint is worth than its cost and tho best paints those go ther and last than over boforu Is tho to use In it you will learn it covers more surface than other paints but you must wait about to its 1 l tc to Craig A locker r a tlouitl Hank of Hustonrllie will be held at tbelr bunking house In Huitonvlllo the sec ond Tuesday In January ItKll belwctm 0 and 12 for the pursue of electing directors to serve the year J W llUUKKlt Cashier A meeting of the stockholders of tbe Lin colD Countv National stank of Stanford will be at their banking house tbe second Tuesday In January 1901 for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing yeitr J B OWSLEY Csihlf A meeting of the stockholders of tbe First National Hank of Stanford wilt be held at their banking house the second Tuesday In January 1901 for the purpose of electing directors for JoUN Y flashier alsktrt r ld8 ti Officers J 8 Prest J J McUOnKKTB Chr W II P Reid Danville T Harris Stanford J Htanfurd W P Leitogton L w i H U Rlmore Stanford II lUtiRbmsn Stanford T I Hill Stanford Jas Robinson I II Stanford W r Tate Stanfords t r to Farmer d SOLICIT ACCOUNT beneficial Officers 8 n SHANKS President t J n OW8LFY W M u I Invest Paint t buildings par always more days far longer Mastic Mixed Paintpaint applying that fivoyoara fully appreciate QUALITY Pennys Drug Store r I r ensuing held DRUGGISTI painting StanfordII fec1gersDaJ Jdooits enws N CRAIG PharmacistSucc- essor STANFORD KENTUCKY CHRISTMAS CAKES The finest quality postlblet snow white and rlcbt Impossible to male them without J K M Flour I also have fresh Currant Seedless Ilaltlosi In fact everything In das OrocerlM Dont forget the J E Flour Ills the finest thing that skill and money can produce Always In stock and lou no mow than ordinary sour Come In cook and get price It will pay you J W PERRIN The Grocer IM StockltoldersMeetittgA Stockholders Meeting Stockholders Meeting ffifiSw Directors IWiailTAsst In 9 W Mt Commissioners Sale i Lincoln Circuit Court P Elklo Guardian Plaintiff vs I Kikln Jr Defendant Notice of Hula Hv virtue of n judgment and order of sale rendered at term IOOJ w actionI I inlmlonor will on- MONDAY J Nl1 loOf llefore the court huuse door In Stanford CUbllcoutcrlot containing two acre more or less of land situated on the WCllt shIll of the Stanford A Danvtllu Turnpike about one mile from Stanford Sala lot Is bounded on the North West und South by tho land of Mm Nora Ooodk night and on the East by said turnpike rTerms of Sale Credit of 8 months bond with approved POIODII lecurll re- qutred to Commissioner and u nrlnp 6 per cent Interest from date until paid Loin retained Tbo object of the vale Is for reinvestment of the proceeds under the orders of this court It O WAUREN Commissioner J