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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f SEMIWEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL IVO XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 19048 A M NO 89 Baby Marriages In India A Bengal contemporary teems to hue unearthed lame curious flgurea burled deep underneath tbo tomes of the latest coniu report According to this they are 535 widows In Denial under ono year that Is to many lo fantt of Into one month to 11 months bad boon married ID tbo province and found widowed It would bo Intercit fJlallto know the rotpoctlva ages of the r of these baplett llulo crea turn Not a low of the husbands might be found old enough to bo tbelr great grandfathers with perhaps several wire to each Were all of them Ku MD marriages l Under two years we Hod the number of widows In Oeogal to be fill under tbrco years 051 under tour year 1570 under five year 3 861 Hero we have tometblng like a holocaust a tort of burning alive of there little mites of humanity who 1but for the prevalence of a rigid tex would probably live to be true wire sod truly happy mothers the mothers of future heroes and pa triots What possibilities are lost to the race forever under a system which has not one word to say for Itself U Is much to bo wished that young lion gal joined hands with tbo old Bengal In making such marriages Impossi blo Surely a hundred years of liberal education ought to tufllee for this tntwt elementary Item of national Improve 1tneot Our remarks apply with much the same force to other parts of India It Is Idle to talk of tbo spiritual Idea of marriage or marriage being a sac rament and of baby wives anti baby widows growing to bo the gttirdlio angels of society when as a rule they are consigned to a life of perpetual pen jrice and elfmortlfloailon while need lug the lendarest oaro amid the free AQdcaty movements of their mile rela tires whom the spiritual oonatptlon of marriage doer not prevent from mar rrlcgmcaln and again TtrrlWt ac cording to our Shasta are tho effects ofaciine pronounced by a woman much morn terrible when tire curse remains unuttered Who can tell how much of India misery arUee from the unuttered sufferings of her daughter y Voice of India DO NOT DOSE THE STOMACH Curo Catarrh by Natures Own Method Every Breath of Hyomel Brings Relief Nrarlr every roe who lies oalatrh knows bow foolish It Is to try and sure It by drugging tbo Hlonach Temporary relief may be given but a euro seldom cornea Until recently your phfftlcian would hive said the only way to euro catarrh would be to have a change ofollmate but now with Hvoraei you can csrry a health giving climate In your vest pocket and by breathing It a few minutes four times a day soon cure yourself The complete Hyomei outdt costs but 1100 and consists of an inhaler that can be carried In the vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomel The inhaler lasts a life time and If one bottle el1ltlol cure an extra bottle of Hyomel can be obtained for 60 cents It Is the molt economical of all remedies adver tlsed for the euro of catarrh and la the only one that follows nature In her moth od of Heating dlseaus of the respiratory organs O L Penny has ao d a great many Hy omei outfits and the more he Bolls the more convinced e is that ho Is per fectly safe in guaranteeing to refund the mnnoy if Hyomei does not curo Englands Queen There are not minx people In this world fortunate enough to have their dreams of childhood realized but Eng lands laIr Queen Is ono who pee bad t her earliest wish fulfilled One day t when she was sitting with her compan ions she told them her dearest wish j was above all things to bo loved jaw different from theirs which were to bo clever and renowned rich ands powerful or to travel and see beautiful things In other lands It was a worthy wUb und In the celebration of her t birthday Dee she had ample proof that It bad Indeed como true There Is no reigning monarch more dearly loved and respected by bor friends and J 1 subjceta Her whole life has been ono I to demand that from all who came In contact with or knew anything of her Silo Is as nobln ana true a woman as oven her mother could have wished her to be I tAFrightened Horse inning like mad down the street dumping the occn pants or a 100 other accidents are every day occurrences It behooves everybody to have n reliable Salvo handy and theres nooo as good as i Bucilcns Arnica Salve Burn Cuts dtaappeayr all Druggists a Lexington la to have a M0000 audll tltortum j NEWS NOTES Capt John W Bell father of Goo J Franklin hell In dead at Sbolbyvllle- Joeepb Acra of Boone county was caught In a blizzard nod frozen to dotth Tile Ore looses In the United States and Canada during 1003 aggregated 1150107700 A specie grand jury may be called at Chicago to Investigate tbo Ircquols Theatre Ore Fire at Burlington Iowa destroyed halt of a big business block entailing a loss of 1200000 Nine Negroes at Oopklnsvlllo wero Indicted for willful murder of an un known white man Thirteen moro firemen have been de tailed for special duty at as many the ater In New York The Broadway Zion Methodist church for colored people at lTih and Broad wry Louisville burned Marvin Uart and George Gardner boxed IS rounds to a draw at the Crite rlon Athletic Club In Boston Capt Iabst tbo Milwaukee beer man gave 16000000 to members of his family as bo lay on his death bed Frank Benedict a clam digger of Burlington la fatally shot his wife and her alleged paramour and killed himself John Alexander Dowlo It looking over Matagorda Island off the corset of Texas with n view of establishing CityTboresult of the Chicago Ore differ but the record compiled by the police department AOlIbees Idle for months have returned work In the Iron and tteel twills of the Pitta burg district In the past two weeks Or C W Daboay president of tbo Iolvorilty of Tenneee hat tendered bis resignation and will aocept the presidency of the University of Cincin natl The Avenue Theater In Louisville was closed by order of the Board of Public Safety Manager Sbaw will keep the house dark until such chang es are made as will be required by the boardIcommon was passed at the quarterly meeting of the directors Too state meet of tbo earnings for tbo past year shows a great shrinkage In tbo bUll nets of tbo corporation Mrs F W Samuel of Louisville IrlquollTbeatre11000 has bcon notified that her valut bles consisting of two necklaces rings and pint bad been found The United States circuit court of appeals at Cincinnati has reversed the cue of McKenna and Ryan Lexington election oQlcers convicted In the lower courtof ooo i pi racy and sentenced to two years each In the penitentiary The Rock Island California and Mexico express which left Chicago Monday night for the Wet collided beadon at Willard Ks with a cattle train Twenty persons were killed and every person on tbo train was Injured A Prisoner in Her Own House Mrs W H Layba of 1001 Agnes Ave Kansas City Mo has for several years been troubled with severe hoarseness and at times a hard cough which she says Would keep me in doors for Jays 1 Will prescribed for by physicians with no no ticeable results A friend gave mo part of a bottleof Chamberlains Cough Rem edy with instructions to closely follow thin directions and I wish tc state that after the first day I could notice a decided change for tho better and at this time after using it for two weeks havo no hes Ration in waving I realitu that Iam en tirely cured This remedy Is for sale by WN Craig- Tuberculosis was a rare disease among slaves of the Southern States yet after little more than a quarter of a century It causes more deaths among the emancipated negroes than all the other Infectious diseases The negro death rate from tuberculosis Is moro than three times that of the whites from the came disease First Llttlo Girl My mother came to these sprUgs bccauto she bad hay fever and rheumatism What did yours como for Second Little Girl Cauth she bad four grape machlno dress and six new hateNqw Orleans Times Democrat Mr Win S Crane of California Md suffered for years from rheumatism and lumbago Ho was finally advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which be did and it eflecled a complete cure This liniment is for sale by W N Craig Threatened war In tho far east caus ed a sharp decline In cotton on the Now York apd New Orleans cottonI markets Wheat Jose several points for the tame reason on the Chlcag- Stock Exchange jewelerIt C HUSTONVILLE C T Bohon our mule king shipped another car of Ono cotton mulct to Atlanta Friday Frank North sold his farm of 85 actor near John Murphy to Stlgall Ural at 158 possession In 30 days S M Owens Is again In tho Wayne oil fields as manager of the Beaver Creek Gos Interest tic expects to complete well No 0 tho coming week wad No 10 a few weeks later Jade Farris our justly celebrated phenomenal spiritualist Is loslngi con trol of bor eyes periodically and they become so crossed that ovary ray of light Is excluded from her vision for hours at a time The post oilier at Kldds Store was robbed by James Turpln on last Satur day night The only Item missing Is the handsome young poet mistress Miss Grubbs tbo daughter of Jai Grubb A message fom Bedford l ad announces tbelr marriage The consensus of opinion of tbo West End of Lincoln favor tbo building of a capitol that would be an honor as woll as ata ornament to our old Kentucky home and have engraved upon marble bcsldo the male entrance the father of the hill and lie supporters that will lo onto same In Lexington but never In Frankfort OB the night of Dec 12ih tbo top half of a bay stack blow off On the OBannon und Ashley farm oh7 Hang tog Pork and completely covered a sheep that was misted tbo next day The rush of other work deferred the rebuilding of the stack until Jan 2 wbon the lost sheep was found still living attar 21 days beneath a 1000 pounds of hay Late letters from Will and Perry Neal of the gold mining district of Utah give a graphic account of an earthquake of remarkable proportions In their locality that opened Immense arevaeelo the earth through their mining region and reached as far east us Nw York They report flattering prospects and we with them abundant success A good crowd attended the sale of the late Dr Browns effects here on Saturday although the frigid ele manta wore furious bidding was quite spirited and good prices were realized Belgian hares sold from 75c to 13 per pair His residence Including the barn was sold to Mr Mary Brown for 1700 tbo residence and lot beside It that was occupied by Mrs Brown was sold to Geo Dlnwlddlo for ISSO The three vacant lots beside Dr Browns reel dence sold to Joe Hayden for 1702 Mr Josiah Bishop left Monday for Ponca Clio Oklahoma In reply to a message announcing the Illness of her woo Rolland Mrs Cbae Wheeler and Mr Burdctl Powell are visiting Dr Carl Wheeler of Lexington Mr John U little of Augusta Kan Is visiting the scone of his boyhood days that were spent in Casey county and tbo West End of Lincoln ilia father Ben Rlffe was the author of Celeste1 a noted volume In this part of Kentucky In the COs and later that vividly portrayed many amusing Incidents In real life In Casey and adjoining coon ties He kept hotel here In the old Weathcrford House about the begin ning of the Civil war Mr John B e a prosperous dealer in real estate In Kansas Mr and Mrs Walter Van Arsdall Sklnncy and Dot arc at their cottage home Mt Vlssleur on Mid dlcburg boulevard Prominent among those who attend ed that memorable banquet of the Red Men at the Weatberford House on the night of Jan let we noticed Rev G W Mills and wife Wm S Huffman and wife J U Reid and wife W R Williams and wife Frank North and wife Burdott Powell and wife Dr Barker and wife D M Llpps and wife D R Skinner and wife Chas Wheeler and wife J B Adams end wife o Danville Jos Woods of Stanford Sam McKinney and Miss Lena Yowell 10 S Williams and Miss Edna Cam nltz Jag Reid and sister Miss Anna Jones Baughman and sister Miss Ed na Geo A Dlnwlddlo and sister Mien Mattle Mite Ellen Powers D C AI len Ceo D Weatherford Geo Gil lock and others Tbo menu consisted of seven courses none of which for ap petlzlng enchantment of Ingeniously prepared delicacies could be ox ceeded In America Toasts were re sponded to byIITbe Prophet Chat Wheeler W 8 Huffman J Bceobcr Aaama Geo Dlnwlddlc Bro Mills and others In a happy mood Chamberlains iColic Cholera gftjand Diarrhoea Remedy The uniform success of this remedy has tnado it tho most popular preparation in ute for bowel complaints It it every where recognized as the Duo remedy that can always be depended upon and that Is peasont to take For sale by W N aoThe estlmatedjcost of war between Russia aafl Japan Is 11000000 apiece a day LANCASTER The C W B M auxiliary observed Sunday In Its annual service A col lection was taken up The city and county supervisors are In session The property In the city will reaoh 1000000 and that of the county will approximate 5000000 Miss Norma Elmore entertained in a cbarmlug manner Saturday evening The Misses Gill entertained In honor of their truest Miss Peobles of Ash lead during Inn holidays Miss Dove Harris sold her placa on Richmond Street to Wm Gregory Jame Jill sold to Joe Arnold hi house and lot on Danville Street Mr Hill byMrsThe Week of Paver Is being ob served by the pastors of the Lancaster churches and the people In general A packed house listened to Roy Cbumb lop Sunday evening at the Methodist church The daily services are alto well attended The following oOlclalt were selected Iserve8 D Rotbwell attorney G B Swine broad clerk William B Mason Treat urer R T Embry Councilman Rob inson resigned and W A Beatley was chosen in his stead It Is with regret that we announce tbo death of Holton Frank of Lexing ton son of Eld J C Frank once pat tar of tbo Lancaster Christian church Ho was a bright young minister and gave promise of a useful life Ills many friend will be pained to learn of his untimely taking off Lancaster society enjoyed tbo Leap Year Party given by the B M Club Friday evening Closed carriages wore In demand and the young ladles made gallant escorts for the young men Dc lightful refreshments were served the entertaining was most excellent and the whole evening a season of delight R E Hughea has returned to hit homo In Louisville Misses Clyde Me Glnnls Mamlo Llllard Mabel Taylor and Cyrena Dunn of Danville Bessie Turley and Rayburn of Rich mood Christine Bradley of Louisville Lizzie Williams and Pearl Hackney of London Annie Bronaugh of Crab Or chard attended the Xmas hop Tbo city council to express Its satis faction at the success of the water works system gave a banquet to the cltlzeoB of Lancaster who have stood by It In the trying ordeal of establish- Ing this system The mono was furl and complete the toasts even fuller and the affair In point of elegance aad good cheer the most enjoyable of the W C T U has been trying to devise ways ann meant for a clrculat leg library and on Monday evening the Initial step was taken by Inviting the public to a Book Reception given at the Rett Room The success of this was most gratifying In the number and quality of books received The mem bore thank tbe people for tbelr patronage and hopes to soon have a full libra ry to offer In return for the help CLIMATIC CURES Tho Influence of climatic conditions In the cure of con sumption Is vary much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectora lion In the morning is made certain by German Syrup so Is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating nlgbt sweat Restless nights and tbe exhaustion due to cough ing the greatest danger and dread of the consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking Gorman Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptives there the few who ara benefited and strength fare those whooise German syrup Trial bottles 25c regular size i5c At all drug gists tI I dearly love that good old song Home Sweet Home remarked tbo young man who was aJlllcted with the lingering habit But I suppose rejoined the weary female In the parlor scene as she glanced at tbo clock itsthe air rath er than the sentiment that appeals tQ you A Costly Mistake Itlundcia are sometimes very expensive Occaaionlly life itself is the price of a mistake but youll never be wrong If you take Dr Kings New Life PIUs for Dyspepsia Dizziness Headache Liver yetthoroughGen Funston tells the war depart ment tiara It no famine at Fairbanks Alaska and says food may be had If ablebodied residents of that place caro to work for It- Im afraid said the actor when a cabbage came within an loch of his audienceIhas t I It dont pay to take the chances of a sick spell for want of Warm Clothing Wehave everything nec essary to keep you comfortable Overcoats Suits Underwear Gloves Shoes c Come in and let us fit you outSetetswree T o miLLER Danville KB i THE GLOBE SHIVER LESS You dont have to struggle with the Stove in them ruing find you dress in warm cheerful rooms if you use dies Original not Blast Stoves Fire U never out Rooms heated in morning with fuel supplied the night before See us about them We hoc every size and you save the cost of the Stove in ONE Win ten uaa ams HigginsMKinneyISole Agents- STANFORD KENTUCKY Hughes Aldridge Successor to J T lone Practical Tinner Plumber Depot Street Stanford Ky I I solicit a share of you patronage nromUinggood honest work nt reasona nble prices Invest In PaintPaint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to your propertys selling value Interior paint ing gives an air of prosperity and comfort Good paint is always worth more than its cost and the best paints these days go far ther and last longer than ever before Mastic Mixed PaintIs the paint to use In applying it you will learn that it covers moro surface than other paints but you must wait about fivejyears to fully appreciate its QUALITY Pennys Drug Store fec1gersDaJ Jacobs J lenos Ott W N CRAIG Pharmacist Successor to Craig A Hocker 4 STANFORD KENTUCKY Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholder of the Lin coln County National Dank of Stanford will be bold at their banking house the second Tuesday In January lout for the purpose of eloctlng directors for the ensuing year J D OWSLEY Csshler Stanford Ky Stockholders1lecting A meeting of the stockholders of tho Na tional Hank of Hujtonville will be held nt their banking houve In iluitnnrllle the aec ond Tuesday In January 1001 between o and 13 for the of dl rectors to serve JdrJCashier 0 h 11 1 nlNTMUKJUUKNA J s i E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR- feacandtLtefor Shtrlflof Lincoln county luted to the action of the d mocrstlc party GEO W DEBORD- l unalJak for Sheriff of Lincoln county suljee- b the anion of lbw democratic party T JEFF HILL SR9 r tIiacan4l1ate for Sittriff of Lincoln county sctjet action of tht democratic patty r JESSE C LYNN IlacandlJlt for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to democratic party tDINK FARMER tIsa candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to action ol the Democratic party JAMES c HAYS Iit laan4lJt for Jailer subject to the action oft rte iMaocratic party WIHERRINI action of Il- iMoocntk party j8AMUEL M OWENS 1IundiauforSherteof Lincoln party county sutje t I MEREDITH E PRUITT tIs Superintendent of PuNic Schools l e f UncodCounry subject to action of the demo ICIIparty MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of PuNk School Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo cnrtc party HON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is candidate for Congress In the Rehth district to succeed Hon G sat Ject to tile action of the Democratic party Your IUP port Is earnestly solicited THE democratic caucus at Frankfor t i nominated the lion E I B Brown of Nelson county for Speaker Only ODe t ballot was taken reaultloe Brown 43 Newcomb 18 Barton 15 Mr Xrowna nomination was made unanl auulI and one of the moat aolrlted cons tents of recent years over the Speaker t4 reehoglTbestem pro tem James E Stone t Brecktorldge county was elected Cnlel Cierk Marlon Pofrue of Crittenden Qunty Assistant Clerk Mies Amy Ly sae of Jessamine county Enrolling Clerk A C Dunn of this county 11xDoorkeeper Capt 0 W Loogmlre of Lexington ScrgeantatArms C i 4 of Lexington Janitor James tParrleb of Hancock county and Guy of Mublenburg county cloak room keepers and Raymond Olive of Lyon county Ernest Renaker of Bar Iij neon county Berbert Crader of Louts Tllle and Rebel Martin II Knot connty were elected pipes after long and exciting contests Manley Buoy soi of Rev O M Buoy of this city made a good race for cloakroom keeper but met defeat Tbe easiest raw was that of Mr A O Dunn wbo was was elected on tbe first ballot getting 48 votes to his four opponent 24 Tbe Courier Journal says It was a runaway race for Mr Dunn and tbat Bon J M Alverspn Representative from this county Is entitled to the honor of land lag Mr Dunn Bon If F North made a creditable race for Assistant Clerk 1andhis many friends regret that be did not win r WOMEN do not seem to want to vote as bad as some few of their sex think they do For instance in Springfield Mass where women aro entitled to vote In school elections only 263 of tbe 10000 women in tbo town qualified w t themtelrea to vote by registering and only 61 of these took tbe trouble tot vote And yet women are supposed to be especially Interested In school poll cy and management because tbe care of young life falls more directly upon them Very few women however de sire to vote In any election The rest are satisfied with boeslng the men wbo vote i TOE papers are talking mighty nice ly about Judge M C iSaufley whose friends are trying to get him toetand for the democratic nomination for Appel late Judge The judges admirers and they are legion greatly appreciate k these evidences of good feeling for him r and they will leavenotblng undone In their efforts to Induce him to make the race TUB Somerset Journal offers the following as a solution to a knotty problem II An easy solution of the holocaust problem Is to drop the asbestos cur tams and let them remain dropped till the present aggregation of fake shows t disband and the army of bums now In the business go back to the plow band lei and mines where they belong an Interview Col Dan L Moore fINbe made 15000 out of a cotton recently The very wet and very things seem to be good things for tbe amiable colonel but beH have to get a bigger pile than his last clearing I if be hopes tojdefeat Boo Harvey Helm of tbl place for the democratic t nomination for Congress JUDGE M 0 SAOFLEY Is now an ex but good tlmbr like him u lll not be permitted to remain Idle loolI He Is as sure to succeed Judge Burnam as a cent la for a ginger cake If his friends can only Ret him to run for tbe office e POLITICALI been roads to Congress for a contlnuoai dam across the Ohio river at Louisville State Central Committeeman Ab Rnea lies been made steward of the FeebleMinded Institute at Frankfor A bill probably will be Introduced is the Kentucky Leglilture to do away with the secret ballot and substitute make it more vocetlever that God Deckbat for United States Senator says tbo Louisville Times MattI0DobertyWtll tral Asylum for tbe Insane at Lexington The joint f Democratic caucus at Frankfort nominated George V Green for Prison Commissioner and Mils Pauline Helm Hardln for State Libra rlan The first ofllolal act of Appellate Clerk Morgan Chlnn we to swear in lions W C Bell and Allle W Youo as circuit judges In their respective districtsI Justice Fuller of the Supreme PrtoIobstructionAt of the Senate Commit tee on ForeIgnRelatlona Senator Mor gas attacked tbe right of the Republlo of Panama to surrender title to the canal property Seoy Hitchcock has recommended that the omce of Railroad Commission or be abolished and It Is probable that no successor to General Longstreel be appointed 1will Set ate committee on military decided to report favorably the nomination of Brig Gen Leonard Wood to be Major General Tbe vote stood seven to two Tbe bill making original packages of liquor andbeer subject to tbe laws of tbe State into which they are shipped byIhieflife Be comes out for GOman tor the democratic nomination for President Enoch S Otborno has been appoint ed postmaster at George Urlan coot tv Mr4Roseallne Wooldrldge at Ja bez Russell county and Mrs P A Webb at Webb Cross Roads Russell countyCharles 8 Bamlln of Boston First assistant secretary of the treasury un der Cleveland writes tbat be la going to devote a greet deal of his time toward procuring tbe democratic noml nation for President for Richard 01 nevState Treasurer Boeworth has named aa State depositories for the next four years tbe Southern National Dank 01 Louisville Farmers Bank of Frank fort Graves County Banking and Trust Company of Mayfield National Bank of Lebanon and Phoenix Nation Bank of Lexington Superintendent of City Schools M A Cassidy has received no Hcniloo that he will be appointed a member of tbe State board of examiners Prof M L Coownlng of Lawreoceburg will be tbe other member Superintendent of Public Instruction J B Fuqua completing the board Lexington Demo cratTbe now Speaker Is a gentleman of ripe Legislative experiences well pro- veD ability and known personal Integ rity As presiding officer nf the Bouse men and measures are assured a fairI hearing and tbe business of the session will not suffer because of the respond bility Intrusted to his bands Louis vllle Times InaloDgspeecblnfbe Senate Mr Lodge Indorsed President Roosevelt action aa to Panama declaring tbat In 10 way bad the executive overstepped iB legal rights A resolution Intro duced by Senator Gorman calls on the president for specified Information as to the United States connection with Colombian affairs John S Rhea of tbe Third district has announced that be la a candidate for reelection to Congress Be says he has beard tbat be may have opposl lion for the nomination If I do be said I shall Insist on a primary I want tbe people of my district to express their preference and If tbatprlv lege Is given them I have no fears as to the resul- tPrincipal Suggestions in Gov Beckhams Message That tbo charitable Institutions ofI the State are In need of smaller appro irlatlons than for some years past Tbat while there Is In the State treasury more money tban bus ever before been In tbe treasury yet prudence and economy are advised That tbe schools of reform bo placed under a different system of operation the Governors Idea probably being that they should be placed under the management of tbe State Board of Prison Commissioners or some such body Tbat the crowded condition of tbe apIan to one of the present asylums This would be lees expensive than the building of an other asylum 2L That tbe democratic platform de mad for uniform school books and for a maximum price to be fixed by statute should be put Into execution in the form of a uniform school book law The Governor thinks tbat such a measure should and will piss at this session and that It Is tbe moat popular measure now before tbe people Be suggests tbat the county pay half of the 175 per capita now paid by the State for pauper Idiots believing that this would prevent carelessness on tbe part of county officials and would save from 1150000 to 1200000 a year Be urges that a sufficient amount ol money should bo appropriated for the erection of capitol buildings commensurate with the dignity of the State Be regards the location of tbe capItol as settled and believes that this is tbe proper time for tbe passage of a Capi tol Appropriation Bill Be urges a proper appropriation to carry out the plan of the Kentucky Ex hibit Association for the proper repre sentation of Kentucky at the Worldi Fair in St Louis Tbe Governor suggestions are favorably commended upon by the mem bershlp of tbe Senate aud House and It Is believed that most of them will be crystalized Into laws LAND STOCK CROPS ETC JohnlSplan the noted relnsman will train a string at Lexington B C Baugbman sold to B G Fox 10 twoyearold mules at 1100 J K Baughman sojd to Rogers of renneseee a carload ct yearling mules it I12J50 Coffey Bros bought In Lincoln coun ty last week three horses at from 1125 to 250 Adair News J A Wood of Garrard left Monday for West Virginia where bo will engage in the mule trade James Dudderar sold to Wm Boone ils farm of 204 ucrra for 15600 The tract lies near Maywood Alfred Davis sold to B D Uolizclaw its farm near Walnut Flat for 13000 There are about 150 acres E W and T W Jones of Kenton county sold to S T Harbison t Co 27 small cotton mules HI 1113 Sidney Lucas winner of the Ken tucky Derby as a threeyearold bu been retired to tbe stud at Lexington Han Gibson tbe noted Fayettocoun ty breeder of thoroughbred And trotting horses Is dead at the home of his laughter In 8 Paul- I will buy here Monday next court day good saddle horses Soutbern hors em and cotton mules Bring your stock to town E B BRazleya HERE AND THERE Tbe Allegheny and Ohio rivers are gorged with Ice about Plttsburg and Cincinnati and much anxiety Is felt J E Marcell a cashier of the State bank of Highland Kas was arrested Barged with forging notes for 130000- Sergt Julius Frederick one of the five survivors of the famous Greely Artlo expedition Is dead at Indian polls Pool Thomas 0 Campbell tbe well known criminal lawyer wbo prosecuted Power Boward and Youtsey tn the Goebel case Is dead In New York CFifcht Will be Bitter Those who will i crust In closing their ears against tbe continual recommends tloo of Dr Klnita New Discovery for Consumption will have a long and bit ter fight with their troches if not ended earlier by fatal termination Read what T R Bcall of Bead Mla has to say Last fall mywife had every Mtnptom ol consumption She took Dr Kings New Discovery after everything olio had failed Improvement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her Guar anteed by all druggist Price 50c and II Trial bottle free CHURCH MATTERS A new church building largo sod commodious and to cost about 1100000 Is what the Rev J Klnsey Smith asked of bis congregation In his Sunday morning sermon Be said tbat the present edifice of the Fourth Avenue Presbyterian church Louisville Is Inadequate and antiquated MONDAY will be county court Drop In and give us some news Mason HotelMRS U D SIMPSON Pror Lancaster Kentucky Newly furnished clean beds splendid table Everr hlng first class Porters meet all trains 89 AZ7cTIOYflu- 6tJon1 fltIGtIOfll- THE u GRAND LEADER 11 Will 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 t Clothing Shoes Underwear Umbrellas Blankets Readymade Skirts Corsets and in fact every artiIcle will be sold without reserve to the highest bidder y I M B LEVY CO ProrsSi B LEVYMnnaportI Fixtures for sale FR ENTI Mr storeroom recently cccnpled by Wm Severance WlilrentforoneormoreyearJ Engines For Sale I I have for sale four Traction Engines two tOhorse power 12horoe power and I 18 horse power All la good repair J N OASU TurnenTllIe Ky FOR SALE I Work mule for role by the head or In car load loUt fat and ready for the market AddreM Pipe Bros Livery Feed and Sale Stable Uustontllle Ky Stockholders1leeting A meeting of the stockholder of the First National Hank of Stanford will bt held at their banking house tbe second Tuesday In January 1MI for the purpose of electing director for tbe ensuing furJOHN J McROUERTa Oaabler BOB QUIS 66749 AJOO I will stand the above iplendld Jersey bull at my place near water at IituI- n advance Ketarn privilege permitted J 0 CAMENI9CII Ky a 8 PRICE BurgeonDentlat itnnford Ky HMOTM UeBobtn Oral Star la the Owsley Bolldloi Notice To Creditors All persona owing the estate of the late Dr Hawkln Drown are requested to settle with tbe undersigned at once Those hold Ing claim against laid estate will present them properly proven to P H I attorney or J PEYTON Admr Stanford Ky Nice Home For Sale I desire to sell prlratclymy home on the Hastonvllle A MUdleborg pike 2 mile horn liustonvlllo The has stir rooms and Is In good repair Oood barn and other outbuildings young orchard etc Lot contains six acres W II I1ADOETT It Ilustonvllle Ky UMBRELLAS Rocorored and repaired and made almost al good as new for a small amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Olve me a trial KIIAXK ATKIMD Stanford A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers hlajscrvicca as uotomer to the people of Lincoln County lie will please you both in work and price yrlto to him Assignees Notice The claims of creditor against W L Evans of Iluuanvlllo Ky which have been and flied with the nnderslruod were unfortunately all destroyed by the recent tire at that Notice Is hereby given therefore to all creditors of said Evans to as required and file with the undersigned their claims by or before Jan 11901 0 D Weatherford Assignee W L Evans t JuoJ ITnnS AAJSD iCOME I And see this before you buy You get intthis 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 Ky W H MUELLER v s Jeweler 5 Stanford Ky CHRISTMAS HAS PASSED And the New Year has come and wltk It cutne New involutions lam offer I moneythani ut Com per can 10 cents Best Tomatoes per can 9 etnH kit Peaches per can 10 to 25 dots J E M Flour 25b sack 70 ccnti Good coffee 10 to 36o per Ib FrultAr and evaporated goods ol all kind and 1 thousands of good things t rat tooYnumerous to mention Come and and get my prices J W PERRIN The Grocer I ascaCa S ai IN THE ESTIMATION OF OUR DESTt ATTdrTJyonsIs made of Cascara Sagrada and other drugs that are equally u beneficial In the jbowelVERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT 25 and Bottles Ask your Druggist QRIPEM l =J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I BTANFOUD KY JAN 8 1601 t a la filling your prescriptions we use Iho right medicines In tboeiact propor tloni and with proper care Wo could oov UU Defter If on paid ui double the price which II always reasonable PeD nyi Druz Store PERSONALS JUDOS W R CARSON continues t quIte sick MR JT EUURY has been tick for several dari I MRS JAS LEn It up slier a sever1- 11n c I fs of grip MRS C L CASTER specs lateral T day la Louuvillt DOLMAN le flow laleimaa lo Jo IJoE Jr AcCoi MRS J E FonTMAN returned to l Loulivllle yesterday SUIT SINGLETON It out alter a pro traded Illness of grip 1 Mit ISAAC HAMILTON who hai been III of grip It some better CHARLES LUTES his rented the Met Cany farm near Mi Salem MISS ANNE ROUTEN of the West BarrodsburgI to Georgetown College WednesdayKQEOROE AARONS the TrIbble Douse Junction City Miss LINDA OWBLKY of Lincoln s with MM J S Wellt Adfocato t LITTLE AONES O ENS daughter of Mr sod MM Via Oaot It yery J R HABELDEN of Lancaster pus r Sed through to Louisville WedneiJay Mist LCCIEEOASTINEAU It vllltlng the Mlitet Reynolds In the West End MR E L HKINIIAnT bal moved hit fam iv to his new hums on East Main MRS J S ItKKU and little ton o I Lexington aro with her mother Mrs IT lute iLAwltrNcr VANAKSUALB has taken a W 0 Uelknap k Co l Lcuisrllle MR D C tUOGHUAN wife and tont st the Wet End have been with MrsI 1Mary Wray J W nADQETT of the was Bid has moved to Mr F Welds farm near this place MR n T LUNBrORD of Preachert t yllle eDO Louisville Wednetday lot tall hit tobaccotMil C C MoWiiOHTER t burg MSI a substantial caller at thU ollce Wednetday ULACK IKE BUELIIY who It great ly troubled with rneumatltn lefI Wednesday for Jot Spring v MR JONA8 McKENZiE of Ml Ver Lon spent several days with his broth er J V MoKenxle at Morrland- HUIIERT REYNOLDS his returned homo after a pleasant visit to the fllmI IIof J D Reynolds at Moreland MR E C OAINES of Lancaster patted through Wednesday en route to Texas whore ho will travel for Qaaa A Co Miss ROSE DOIIANNON sod brother Alonzo of Taylor county were guests of MUMary Routen of the McKinney tecilon MISS MATTIE KINO who spent the holiday with her parent at Moreland took the train here for Bourbon Col lego Tuesday MR D o PENNINQTON aid Mrs A t S Thompson have returned to Leilng too after a visit to their father Mr T M Peonlnglon MRS JOHN LIVINOSTON will return to Fort Wayne Ind Sunday Qer mother Mrt W T Tucker It contld erably Improved MISSES DESSIR LANIIAU and Pearl Campbell returned home Sunday from Liberty alter tpendlug the holidays ready for school JUDOS A D FORD of Lancaiter was here Tuesday en route to Louis vllle Hit wife was with him on her way to Texas to vUlt relatives MR A R ROGERS has rented the Marcum farm from Mr A W Carpen ter and tae moved to It Mr O H Carter tae moved to Mr J S Rocker farm maDtbio George Pendleton will take a po sltlon with the Union Stock Yards at LexingtonI DoiiON the sago of Klddt Store snowed hi fondness for canloct yesterday by driving all the way lo lo get a dog some friend had iSianfurd D MCCLURR and wife of Turner vlUolef yesterday for Downs IIIto locate Few If any better peo pie have ever left Lincoln county and there IB general regret because of their departure Mr McCluro will engage In tho mercanllle business at Downs JloKloJ only thing that bothers Mr McIC lone now la the lost of a valuable pair of I spectacles for which he advertises this Uiuo Miss ANNK HUFFMAN gave a moet M pleasant box party to Ada Roban aDd Otis Skinner last evening In honor of her guest Mlit Camillo Hopper of guestie were d Messrs Georgo Grayet Lewis Casselt 4and Horace Bowman Lexington Dem Decalt U htfamllvStateCollegeSianford Lexlnpion Democrat blfarrlJ formed during their sojourn hero glvo them up with much regret LOCALS SODA three pounds for lOa at J JonesdDONT tell attend the auction Grand Leader A NRW Supply of Oliver plows itHlgrlnt MoKlnnevt ati JUST received nowcroo pure New Orleans molasses John Bright JrdCo 2t JOHNSON CROW onneof the Olde colored tobabltaoit of Stanford die Wednesday afternoon READ E D Peytons ndverlltrmentf and bear him In mind when you want good goods at low orlcet WANTED To buy a Rood horse work In delivery wagon and bUirll bo gentle S P Gray Stanford yfFOR SALE on tENT My dwelling It It a well built cottage and hat every modern convenience Spacious groundt Ire James Loo JESSED WEAKENtheIniurancr a gent spool Wednesday prctentlng hla patrootand friends with useful ani 011bandlImo hayfe to on Goo Plclcen and Hit Men the lath pert of this month the exact de of which bass not hen given REV J A SAWYER tbo temperance lecturer bad smell crowdtai ibnCbrlt ilan church oo Monday and Tuesdr- night but those who heard bis le lures tpcalc In high i rnn of theta SUIT SINGLETON U lo receipt ofaletter from Superintendent of Public Initruoiloo Fuqua slating that li will be lmpo lble lo tend out checks he last 20 percent duo teachers be fore Jan 15 YOUR attention is called to the ad vertliemeQtof Mr Quebes Aldrldee our new tinner and plumber who tollo lu a portico of your patronage Of come well recommended by hit home people of GarrarJ THE auction at the Grand Leader It full blast and It will continue over unit Monday afternoon Auctioneer A T Fortyibo of Parlt It proving himself a good one but Rood aro noi ringing what they should a RATS tiff to Doorkeeper Dunn of Ibe Joule of Representatives He got what bo deserved and what the INTERIOR JOURNAL said bo would Betides be log a good worker himself be was backed by men who thoroughly underitand tbo game of politics tfle39ALLtPE41CIN6udecided to open a studio la Suoford The will be here two dayn each week sod will Illyr lotlructlon lo cblna decoration She wltbet all who urn Interested In her work and thorn who contemplate tab Ing leitont from her lo moet her Mill Burnildea parlor at the Mye House on Tuetday afternoon Jan 12th or Wednesday morning Jan 13th LINCOLN county assessable proper ly at returned by Assessor M 0 Roy ooldt amounit to 4037935 or a little over II 17000 moro than leer year Ol the total amount the property In the Stanford magisterial district Is lIBeled moreIOrchard district la 1539144 Wayne burg 8201450 and Huston vllle 81410 427 FINED For eboo tlnloan Dr W D Tardlft house and olborwiso dl turning the peace and d1Ilolof t doctors section of tows George Har ale Percy Harris Joe Broaddue Jobn Rout and Willie Town all colored hove wore flood 320 end costa each In Judge Baileys court Wednesday Judgo Carson not being well enough to try them They all paid themselves out except John Rout wbo still languishi- nI jail A bullet from ono of tbo pli tols used by the young rascals fell t toW a cradle at Dr Tardlf TllK funeral services of Robert Mo Alitlor who died Friday night were conducted at his residence on Ka i 3bto r which the remains were takes to tbo Lexington Cemetery Mr McAllitor 1was born and lived tbo greater part ofofhis life at Stanford where be was wide ly connected Ho comet from an ox celleD family and was himself an eel l mablo man For a number of years ho had been au Invalid nod confined to his homo Mr McAlltters wlfo was Miss Kale Broaddue of Madison a close rel ation to the Hunts of this city Two children both boys now grown was the result of the union and they sur vivo to comfort a widowed mother Lexington Democrat r Plexus bate and bulk B J T J ones p BUY the Old Hickory wagon from illgglnt Klooeyk WE want everybody to como to the auction Grand Leader pTnEtoe auction Grand Leader youTWueBUY your Oil at can price at the auction January its 8th Oth and llh Grand Leader FOR RENT Home of six rooms with all modern Conveniences All necessa ry outbuildings J T Jones oLOryframeply lo J D B rao Stanford Ky merchendturn lone his of stove 1TilE old year It gone and the new come Carton k Pence want what you owe them and take this method of so Informing ou Wvoo that 9250 to 14 00 Your choice now or II 60 Como qulce John P Jones GENERAL cbaocet on the e rallied off by Eoh Pennlngtoo bave not been pld and Mr Pennlnglon would be erectly obliged to those who owo loi pay ai once THE railedoff by Epb Pee nlngton was woo by Rowan SauQey u tblt ofllce who held ticket No 31 Jno Nevlut won tho second choice gun Hit number was 73tat Staafortod s llgnt brown on one side and blurx and white oo the other Please return and gel reward W H HlgiMnt dalae Irani of the courthouse Monday next tMiween 11 and 12 oclock See adver tliemeni eltewbero of stock to be told J F Peyton Admr hlr ofllce ho may have his lap robe be thought was lad It was gallon thro mistake by Mr Lllburn Goocb wbo brought It In Wednesday It pays tJ adverilte In the I J TilE Ladles Aid Society of ibo flap Uii church will meet with Mn T F 8olnkai2 oclock Friday afternoon All members are requested lo be pros cot at Important business la to be trans sated Mrs It B Mabony REACHING OUT The INTERIOR JOURNAL job department Is reaching out A few days ago It printed a big pub for a party In Texas and yesterday It got out tome UD to date work for a wellknown law firm at Montlcello WE suppose as well as hope Ibat tie Jesse James Bandit King Co watch was due at Waltoot Opera Houto tonlghi has gone up the flume The show was booked Oct 22 but up to the bode of golop to prett wo bave beard nothing ol Ik IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES William Green a well knows farm tor It dead In Mercer of blood poison ralog There aro five cases of smallpox In tbo family of William McKllterlclr colored at Burgln Prof E L Grubbs has secured enough encouragement to warrant him In announcing that be will open Ewing Institute at Perryvllle Monday next Major E W Lillard has been ap pointed by Adjutant General Haley ol Frankfort to bold court martial In say oral mountain towns ID the next tea days Adyocate CorbIn suffered a 115000 Ore which started In the homo of Ernest Doll It and the residence and store of Q J Harris A Hubbarda residence and rhoheDr J A Bolln with Mr Luther Phelps as manager has purchased and renovated newly furnished and refitted the New Darker Hotel and It Is now opened to the traveling public Som cruet Journal eaThe new olHcera for Danville went oo duty yesterday Cblrf of Police Logan Wood Is attired In a hand some blue uniform with silver buttons while night policemen James R faooro unljformMoron marshal of London a proolbi tlon town la hero with a grip full of police court warrants for the mall or der whlaky dealers Crlgler k Crlgler thIs city In all Marshal Moran has 28 warrants charging the firm with tralflcklnc In the beverage within the town limits contrary to tbo law The lino for each offense aa provided by tbo town ordinance Is not less than 100 nor to exceed 5100 MATRIMONIAL N H Dlshon aged 22 and Mlta Ella Singleton tweet 16 were married at Highland yesterday yMrSimpson of Mlddletboro were married Wednetday A1G Rankle of Boyle and Miss Nannie Dtughertv of Wayne were married Wednesday Mr Rankin Is a prosperous young farmer and his hello Slid to be one of Wayne countys fin est young Women- a11LLi0gAlai9 POOR STOMACH The orn out itomaub of the over fed mil llonalre Is often paroled In the public print at a horrible example of Ibe evils IlIedanl on tno poasetalon of great wealth Rut millionaires aro not the only Doce who a e afflicted with bad stomachs The pr portion it far greater among the toiler Dyspepsia and indi gestion are rampant among three people and they purer far worse tortures than the millionaire unless they avail them elves of a standard medicine like Ureenl Auxuit Flower which baa been a favorite household remedy for all stomach trouble for over 35 years August Flower routes the torpid liver thus sealing ap petite and ioiuri it perfect digestion It tense and vitalizes the entire system and make lifo worth living no matter whet your station Trla hottlea 25c regular aizp ibo At all druggists Farm For RentI premhelIlianglorbalancetoSpectacles Lost I Lost la McKlnnev on Dee a pair of gold finished spectacles Frame books over leoljVdellindshape J n McKlrney Ky E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford A Farm For Sale I OeorgeTabout tX miles North of Stanford Farm contains about 20 acres of land bouiobarn tatdaybuy a small term plea o write or call and ate mo J O FIUTII KyAgent+ ti++ +ff + + ++ t1 +FH- If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial +QU IRTERLY RElOnT OR TILE IrHEGR ADO GN BANKING CO at the cl of liusl es on Dee 3Iit 1903 RESOURCES 9OYfrJrltss OJDueDucfnm SUIe Ilanks Uinktrs 0100 e5otIlanklngj 00tlogooooatSpecieoeFschanceforOther items carrlej as CashIi ti soFundCuireflltipemeListQuirt jn 46 9PlrsLLIABILITIES S494 94 00SUI1lJnJe4 IraMi W Due DepotMon at foIJwsvti Ueroslts wt ect check en MDerailswhkh Interest It paD en ono eDemanJ certificates of Jeposllx ooonxoTimeooSavingcaCertitieJ tu aift wjooouuoo n coo n oooooooHills nTausSTATE OF KENTUCKY4q44I ss County of lincoln hlereftrabOrclurjRmkIngtown of Crib Or chord In said county thing July sworn uys the lottgotne report Is In all respects a true stale ofhusMhoof his knowledge and belief anJ further uys that the theIocatkslreport U male In compliance with an official notice re ceived tram the of Stile designating the list day of Dec toot as the Qty on which such report shall Female MasonMonkPuNicWmW Perkins J H Collier Curtis Gover IonI al fOddThe trousers to your fall suit are apt to be worn and rusty by now An extra pair would tide you over until spring We have many nice patterns in both Cassimere and WorstedI Prices 150 to 500 per Pair Also a line of sample to make up to measure Cummins S McClary Our StockFor the present year will not bo as large as some in tho State but it will be found to be the Best Goods manufactured in the United States CR1TERIAN CLOTHING for men are per preventbreakingbody knows they are tho Best Soft Hat in the World The FOUNTAIN SHIRT I believe hardly has on equal for neatness and beauty of pattern and comfort of fit in Madras Linen and Silk The WALKOVER SHOE for men is a now line with us but it is a goodoneonc ot the best adver tised lines produced in tho United States The Mangy Hocker Bootee Shoe you all knpw I have sold them for 20 years Old Honest Make Boots and Shoes and LEVEL BEST Boys Shoes are in all probability tho Best Goods Manu factured today for Honest Hard Service ULTRA Shoes for Ladies are the only Shoes that I know with heavy but at the same time quite flexible cushion insole so constructed that they cannot stretch out of Orenstein tL Rice Neckwear is made of tho Best Silk closely woven to prevent tho beard from picking it The Celebrated HARRIS Suspender is in a class into itself and their 25c and 50c goods are simply Out of Sights when compared with others In fact wo buy the Cream of Mens wear and ask you to examine us from time to time and see if these statements are not all true Terms Cash HJMRoberts Nineteen Hundred And Fourward Is our watchword for the new year The LVTEUIOR JOITIINAL let the cat out before we intended it should but it is true that we will have more room by the addition of the room now occu pied by the Grand Leader Wo have been crowded for sonic time and as we expect to enlarge the lines we now carry anti add some new ones so we had to have more space both for the comfort and convenience our customers and ourselves To Our Customers You have helped to make this a ban ner year for us and we want to thank you for your patronage and patience in waiting when we were unable to handle the big crowd of shoppers as quickly as we would like We have improved our system for this year and promise you better ser vice than ever before Remember it is tho customers pleasure and convenience first with us Use us use our store use our goods wo will give you your moneys w- orthSEVERANCE SON Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Sale Will sell privately Will also sell a 19 horse power engine boiler All In good- repair Will sell at a bargain to close up bounce Will take part pay In lumber lOWELL SWUlET Stanford Ky Sale of Bank Stock I As administrator of Dr Hawkins Drown I will sell In front of the courthouse at Stanford on county court day Monday January 1001 rj shares of First Nation al flank stock of Stanford 134 shares of IInle National flank of Danville 18 shares of National hank of rlustoovllle 9 ahareeof Fourth National Hank of Columbus Oa took 10 bares of Stanford Water Light Jc Ice Co stock J F Peyton Admr HOME FOR SALE I I will soil at public auctt n here next county court day Monday Jan II 1001 my place on the Knob Lick pike one mile from Stanford It contains teren acres of land and Is Improved with a good cottage of three rooms and cellar Good barn and other outhouses Everlasting well Young orchard and vlnyurd Sale will occur at II oclock In front of courthouse JOHN CUB1BTUAN Stall ford Ky Produce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you the EggtrealberaCall nt- NORTHCOTT k TIIOMAS StanfordKy JACK SALE We will hold our Annual Jack Sato at Danrllle on THURSDAY MARCH 91901 Send Id ytrn tr1e now The tale prom Central1oatncky POSTED strictlytorbldhuntingpUling on our places wad will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law CarpenterJGeorge Holmes J O seat VnnDruoalganJFred Bauman Albert VooGrnnenlgan J Z Sixxmarnore TtIL F Newland S B Oamenbch Peter Palmer W n Johnson StephensJames o U P Hawkins iE a TitJNTOHJDRJOlJRNAL inured n the pos oOBce at Stanford at laratkr- is reltmbmetTuuSsymsn Sdmre Tm JER YEAR CASH ft AhaaotiepaWe200wilt beehargtd KNOXVILLE DIVISION Train North 104 p m 026a MM2SOlmamSouth 2o3ue 1235 P m J H BOONE ft CO Proprlotors LIVERY fiND FEED STftBLE Stanford Kv Good LIvery Service st Reasonable Rates CM on us on Depot Street folio Dealers In eoal Traylor fy Co t DEALERS WHlsku Brandy Wines Beer Ginars Etc I Carpenter Howls Oloio to STANFORD KY Nothing but the beiwPremptandpolite orders receive todrtek l cr telejraph rompt atttntlenIILJI RUPLEYi T i Merchant Tailor j STANFORD KY 1 Gis Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call I l 1 D Wearen Fire and Tornado Insurance Keprtsenta The Home of New York the in the world Assets 118710535 12 Surplus as regards policy holders 0438o Is69 property In Casey Garrard t coin counties Phone 2l RBNlaflORy Insurance agent Stanford Kentucky insurance flaent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In the- counties t 1ncoln and he seeking Inavey who may uraoc against Fire Listing and Tornado None but Itron est and best Old Llne Com panics represented and the low Hit possible rates are guaranteed Phone 82 Stanford Kentucky l THIS ISAa ia Presidential Year and you must s KEEP POSTEDT- he way to do this Is to read the WEEKLY COUU1EBJOWNAL flenry Wattcrson I FAlter Twelve page Issued every Wed neadatSi A YEAR Ravenue Reform Social Reform Moral Re torte The Courier Journatluaes the best Aiir anae publUhed Send 35c tor a copy bye malt OOII UER JOURNAL CO Louis vile Ky By a special arrangement you can get th- eINTERIOR JOURNALa- nd the WEEKLY OOURi R JOURNAL both one year for only St 50 C15C- LGXlIlGTOn i D8ffiO LRAC I Is the only cluily Democratic f paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price S5 a Year It especially devotE to the Interests of t the Democratic party and gives tie news without tear or fa ror- W aUI PI Walton Editor fi Pror Lexington Ky r y d W Wallace BI Son l Blacksmiths and Fanny HorsaShoers toot West Main Stanford Kentucky ReA JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Oiffca over Hlgglna 4 McKinnoys Stan Telephone N 01 THE Joseph Price Infirmary la open all the year for the treatment of and for consurgical and chronic diseases shall be cashsultation Board and nursing lD advance weekly and monthly Prore atonal bills due when servlces are rendered and must M paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE L W STOKE tSN Prom JUNCTION CITY KY +y firstClass Turnouts at Seasonable Rates Special Attention to and Day For Sate Small Farm For Sale I r I desire to Belt privately mv farm of ISO 934 miles fromtho Libertyonacres Uuttonvtllo It Is in grass and the land Is fertile and in good It has on It two good hou e of rooms a tenantChouse stoCk barns etc and echeole Address o W Sloe Jr Tyrone O T or can on J P title Uuton- 1Ule IYh LUTES BOONE S CO Real Estate Agents StanfordKentucky AU persons wishing tobuyor tell a number farms will do well to see us of 1I0e and adjoInIng any for ale and will be to show one desire to sell place what we have It you hands Office at lIoon8s Livery It In our Stable Stanford Ky J+ c+ MccMY UNDBBTAKBB EMBALMERAnd BJBNESS SADDLESY tt0 Stanford Ky J La Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmors AUODXILXSIII rurnitareMattingeRagThey 6 a call Prices right JTANFORD KENTUCKY GEORGE I N GILLOCK VpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Hustonvllle Ky clegantIyP 0 Agency for firstclass Laundry Kewa Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business solicited KINGSVILLE Tbo stoic are Improving Matter Will McCarty la visiting at Plnqvlllo Several weddings will take place bore In a short while Since the recent cold spell everybody li thinking of locating In a warmer climate The Christian church has called Rov R H Jones to preach for them anoth er year G A Walter Is Invoicing his stock preparatory to the partnership of Water Bros Messrs G A and W W Walter Miss Margaret Routen of Lexing ton Is with Miss Elizabeth Pealrs Miss Dora Rlgnoy has been visiting relatives at McKinney Miss Artie Sims died Friday evening of consumption and was burled at the Gooch graveyard Sunday She was about 22 years of ago and a splendid young wcman Much sympathy Is felt for the bereaved family Our former splendid ticket agent J Bowo left Monday for the South with a view to locating His brotherinlaw Mr O G Baker accompanied him as far as Harriman Teen where the latter Is thinking of locating Qo will probably go Into the drug business Jas Trusty Is quite sick Mr and Mrs John Hart will leave soon for Oregon Mr Joe Mojito sold his farm to John Singleton and with his wife will remove to his former home at COY Legion Miss Mary Burton has return ed to Somerset alter a visit to her homefolks here PftEACHERSVlLLE George King and son Carl B aroI keeping bachelors hall Mrs King not having returned from tbe southwest J J Thompson bought of J M Cress 41 hogs at 13 Soudera Elmore sold 12 fat hogs to Sweeny Morgan at 4io Some of J R Rlgsbyu family have bad a tough time with the chicken pox D M Anderson folks are now entire ly well of the disease Rev H B Cockrlll of St Louts was here last week on business Amo Smith of Rockcsslle has been visiting his sister Mrs J M Cress Chas Rlgabva horse slipped with him on the Ice a few days ago and ho came very near sustaining a serious in jury Luckily however he only re ceived a sprained ankle Chicken thieves are operating In this locality Several have bad visits from the marauders the heaviest loser being Rev C Ragan who is watching for them We warrant the thief a warm reception when bo Is caught Among the good citizens we bad to give up by their moving away were Joseph Lun lord Wm Shaw J P Rogers and Menefee KImore Those we gain are Fred Shaw Frank Gross Walter Scott of EstIll Geo Colron and Mr Marsee of Garrar- dCongratulations Mr John II Cullom editor of the Garland Texas News has written a letter of congratulations to the manufacturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy as follows Sixteen years ago when our first child was a baby he was subject to croupy spells and we would be very uneasy about him We began using Chamberlains Cough 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 children and have given it to all of them with good results One good feature of this remedy is Unit it Is not disagreeable AntherIe no risk from giving an overdose I congratulate you upon the success of your remedy For sale by W N Craig Evidence of gross criminal negligence In connection with the Chicago theatre header was brougbt out In the loves tigation by the Ore department It Is believed that at least 35 per cect of the playhouses closed by tbe Chicago authorities will not be reopened as conformity with safe building laws would necessitate almost entire recon struction Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt and Actions trouble in your system It ner vousness sleeplessness or stomach up sots Electric Bitters will quickly dis member the troublesome causes It never falls to tons the stomach regulate the Kidneys and Bowels stimulate the Liver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches vanish under its tearcJiing and thorough effectiveness Ecctrio hitters is only COc and hat Is returned if it dont give perfect satisfac lion Guaranteed by all Druggists Do hurricane blowed de roof oil Brer Williams house En whats be adoln now Tbankln de Lawd data alrtbquako didnt swallow de foundation iAtlan- Constitution When bilious try a dose of Chamber Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets and realize for once how quickly a firstclass up to date medicine will correct the dis order For sale by W N Craig rI I Three more victims of typhoid fever have been added to the long list at Butler PIi N W What The Years Champions Did Lou DillonTrotted a mile in 158 four seconds under last years record Dan Patch Lowered pacing record from Io9l last year to 1501 Dick Welles Lowered six furlong running record to 111 45 apd the mile record to 137 25 Africander Won moro money than any other racehorse 105000 In one sea sonJames J Jeffries Outclassed Cor bets and showed that be stands alone at the head of all pugilists Hans Wagner Earned his title of champion ball player of the world DoWItt Closed a brilliant football career by scoring ovary point and wit nlng the championship for Princeton from Yale r t 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 1 have used many dldcicnt remedies I am nearly 61 years of age and have suffered a great deal from Indigestion I can cat almost anything I want to nowGeo W Emory Rock Mills AlA For gale by W N Craig The northwest wing of the Iowa State Capitol at Des Moines was de stroyod by fire and the loss Is estimated at 1500000 C a Rr McCormack DKALKU Ix Staple fancy Gr- oterieslarness Stovcs Furniture Etc Etc Country Produce Wanted Hustonville Ky Notice of Election I Regular Term Lincoln County Court held Dec 14 Igoj lion JaraealV Halley lodge rrwMlBg In the matter of Ike petition of CnrtU Cover and others for a local option elec ion in the Tows of Crab Orchard Lie coIn County Kentucky The written petition of Curtis Gavel and others asking that an election be held in the town of Crab Orchard in Lincoln county Kentucky on the 13th day of January 1904 to tle the sense of the le gal voters in saidlown who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spiel tous vinous or malt liquors shad be sold bartered or loaned in said town and ask ins that tile provisions of the law and prohibition shall apply to all druggists in said town having been received by James P piilcy Judge of the Lincoln County Court on the 9th day of 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 oth day of November 1903 the matter came on for bearing upon the said petition and the proof and it appearing to the court from the petition and the proof heard that the said petition was signed byall the parties whose names appear thereto and that saidIfor 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 ofsaid town are more than 35 per cent of the votes cast in saidtown at the last preced ing general election and that the said po titioners have in all respects complied with the law It ia now ordered andadjudged by the court that an election be held in said town of Crab Orchard Ky on the 1131h day of January 1904 for the pur pose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified 10 vote at an election for county officers i pon the reposition whether or not ipiritott vie 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 flection is ordered and prohibition shall apply to all druggists in said town M S Uaughman the sheriff of Lincoln county is hereby directed to open a poll at each of the voting precincts towit Voting Precincts Nos 1 alldI in Crab Orchard Ky on the 13th day of January 1904 for the purpose of taking thin sense of the legal voters in said town who are qualified to tote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spirilous vinous or malt liquors shall bo sold bartered or loaned therein the provisions of the law and prohibition to apply to all druggists in said town GEO H COOPER Clerk Lincoln County Court A Copy Attest 011 w fy First National Bank Of Stanford Ky Capital Stock 500001 This Institution was originally established u the DeposIt Bank of Stanford In 18JS then reorRsnlced as the National Hank of Stanford In 1S85 and again reorganized as the First National llailt of Stanford In 188J having had practically an uninterrupted existence for 43 gears It Is better upplled now with tacllltle for transact leg bntlnrM promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited sS LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK JCAPITAL STOCK 90OOOO Directors J B Paxtoo J D Owsley 8 II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter Bacceuora to The Partner Bank A Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT such business will prove mutually beneDcUI Start lathe New Year Right By Trading W B McRobertsc Control 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Stanford In IrnoJ repair fencing rood CTertattlos well and food llar i ood Urn lUlU- 100bhoUltor Yooog orchard and nnt Tine yard tlidrnJldplies to raise trdtn produi to supply 5UOO No aoo terra of land ont mile from Somerwt Krutln 0 IIttllL Forty terra In cultiva tine 40 rrea In pulu it Ulanr In timber Dwell contains seven rooms Larn barn sod alt nec eesryoulLultdrnglr0eesa bullJingslniplen did repair Well Stsoo No RUO term of land U Ford county Kta 11I1D1Illrulll Mllraid sod miles rota rhDII river Ksreniy terra uf land It rlrer bottom la Snt duelandaodiagrae Ttalt land la lot tail or nelaaKe No SI Arm of Jacn Lincoln county Three gowl dwelllnKi rood buns tad olber out building each hour Urn etc about the renter of 100 terra Alt on county Told mile from church bolo sod well watered This la a coal WLtccurare and would molt two or thr e families that might want la come ream the taut nelibborhood 1rlre ntaaonable No TWOIIMT Ire Iellinat lU moms two ball Tirandi tesell tt dour and all 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