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I 1t SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL t VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 12 1904 8AM NO 90 II r McKINNEY Mn Samantha Hubble It with ber dater Mrs F M Ware who hat beeo t quite tick There It moro butloett belnjf dODO 11 now lo tbo timber line than at aoy time In tbo history ol the town Milt Jennie McKlnnoy eotortatoed a low friends Tuesday ovoolai at card JTbolo present enjoyed the erenlo Blacksmith Mooro will move t- oIhouse a tn tboTanner addition and Irwl Yocum will occupy the property neat cd by Mr Moore t nut for his superstitious Ideas about the numbar 13 It It said that Jim Cou- lter of Mlddlobunr would have made a recori a tow dayt BRO that would hay Immortalised him for all time to come Mrt Jetito Terry died WedoerJaj She was tbo oldest daughter of the let Motet Coffoy and a very estimable wo man She loaves betides a husband spvcral children roost of them small uotlrIInlIllness she being a member of their ardor and holding a policy ol 1500 The members of McKinney Lodg No 631 F fi A M elected the follow IncolUcert for the cnsuolng year If M Ware W M EJ Tanner S W K L Tanner treasurer O U DAiley- J W W A Coffey secretary J LI DecleSDWtDavldlonJ DJ 1 Denham S 1 T After the eloetloi the members and others enjoyed a bun poet at the Goooh Hotel We miss the welcome visits of Mr A U MoKlnnoy to town whoso bad healtb keeps him In door 0 M Glv enl will leave toon to spend tomu tlrai with his ton Itube who It holding a F resnonslbU position with the L k N Ala Ilud Glbony of Llbor jloulsville train hero Wodncvday foi where he went by appoint ment Ki meet Congressman Hunter rel alive important matter DO NOT THE STOMACH Cure Catarrh by Natures Own Method Every Breath of Hyomol Brings Relief Nearly everyone who hay catsrrh t knows how foolish It Is to try and cure It by drugging the utoutch Temporary relief may be given but a cure seldom eomri Until recently your phraltlsn would have said the only way to cure catarrh would be to have a change of climate but now with Ilyomtl you can carry a 4health tiring climate In your vcat pocket and by breathing It a few minutes tour times a day soon cure yoarself The complete llyomel outfit coats but 1100 and consists fan Inhaler that can be carried in the vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of llyomel The Inhaler lasts a life time and If one bottle dOf not cure an extra tattle of Hyomr can be obtained for 60 cents It it the most economical of all remedies adver tttll for the cure of catarrh and it the only one that follows nature in her meth od of trusting diseases of the respiratory organlr Penny hat Bold a great many Hy j oaiel outfits and the more ho aellt the mote convinced he is that ha Is per fecty safe In guaranteeing to refund the money if Uyomel does not cure A Private Letter Made Public 1DrtnSIR Once moro at the begin a new year by a kind provl deoco am permitted to renew my sub scrlptlon to the best of all paper the r iNTEtttOR JOURNAL It may be a lit tie late and out of time bat I dealre to congratulate you on the result of your recent Had I had tho order tog of It myself It could not have suite d me better I am Indeed thankful that Kentucky my native State It safely or out of the clutches of the republican The INTERIOR JOURNAL I think di serves a great deal of credit for tho no ble work It U doing for democracy It Is certainly a welcome visitor to my homo His qulto dry with us West Texas now as It has not rained any for more than four months and no snow at all yet Cattle however are doing well but ore very low In price and di U i talci and as this Is almost exclusively a stock country It makes money mat tars quite close with ut Iam think loll of leaving here soon Think I will go either to Indian Territory or Arkansas To our many old Kentucky frlenfi and relatives we tend our best wishes 4fot a happy and prosperous new year and may you Mr Editor havo peace on earth and in Heaven Yours truly Petersburg Texas MGCASn Troubles It is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptures occasion- allyI but thess can bo lessened by having lr KICKS New Life Pills around Much trouble they save by their great work In I nottPennys drug tore t S NEWS NOTES Mrs George OUcUburtiJKInkeacl died suddenly at Lexington- A Vlncennet Ind man stumble over a chair and foil dead Mayor MoTeer ol Knoxvllle Tenn died In a hotel In New York Silas I Doutbltt former Ileprcse tatlve from henry county It dead A now record price of 115000 a ton has been established for whalebone A crusade was begun In Dalton against gum chewing by school teach ort The fouryear old child of Scott Mt Queen of Carroll county was burned to persona are dead as a rcsul of a dynamlto explosion In Mexlca mines near Guadalajara M W Mlles vice president of tbo People Savlnes Dank at Sioux Fall S D committed suicide Ruth Cleveland eldest child of former President Cleveland died of dlph tberla at Princeton N J Mrt Minnie Kappell It under arres aL Hnbokon N J on a charge of blga my sworn to by her lather Mono Turner a lawer shot and kll led Finis Wyatt at Lowleport In Loeai county at the result ot a quarrel In their list at Minneapolis Jamc Garfield shot and killed hit wile a vaudeville actress and committed sul eWe Mrt John Edwards egad 76 wi killed by a train at Augusta while try Ing to save her grandchild which wai not hurt Maj Thomas P Shanks former olty engineer of Louisville was strucl by an L k N engine at Crescent IIIII and killed Two Alabamians pleaded guilty to charges ot peonage and Judge Jones of toe Federal Court Imposed a One ol 11000 In each count Sam Riebards an his two mules wort killed and a wagon in which be Will riding was torn to pieces by being hit by a train at Auburn Four Brooklyn theater unprovided with tufllclent tire protection have been closed by the city authorities and other ordered to Improve Chicago police have been given or den to shoot to kill should any at tempt be made to rescue the carbarn bandits now on trial tbero John Gleasoo a motorman was kill ed and Thomas Brighton a conductor was fatally shot by masked highway men at Salt Lake City Utah The strike of the liverymen In which a truce was declared until the bodies of the Chicago flro victims could bo burled hat been renewed It Is stated that Ruwel Sage hat de tided to retire from active life end will no longer boa regular attendant on the New York Stock Exchangft Tbo regular semiannual dividend of 21 per cent was declared by the direc tore of tbo Louisville vc Nashville rail road at their meeting In New York An Inmate of the New Jersey pool tentiary attacked the keeper and bad ly wounded two moo After being overpowered the prisoner hinged himself While her husbands body was being lowered In tbo grave In a New York cemetery Mn Nora Dowllng collaps ed and died the doctors say of a brok en heart Former Congressman Edmund H Drlggt was found gnllty at New York of accepting money to procure a con tract between a private company and the Government Students returning to Ohio Wetleyan University from the holiday vacation are being required to sign pledges to nbtlalo from tobacco during the remainder of the term A conscience etrleken roan tells the St Louis polio that he set Ore to a Montana hotel causing the death of one person acd that an Innocent man It in prison for tbo crime Popo Plus X expressed tbo desire that women shall not wear lowcut gowns at receptions attended by Cardinal and there Is great excitement among ladles of the diplomatic corps Owing to the strong mob sentiment In Logan county Moses Turner who killed Finis Wyatt at Lo wit burp was taken to Bowling Green for safe keep log The coroners verdict was unprovoked murder m A Prisoner in Her Own House Mrs W II Layba ot 1001 Agnes Ave Kansas City Mo hat for several years been troubled with severe hoarseness and at times a hard cough which she says Would keep me In doors for days 1 was prescribed for by physicians with at no ticcable results A friend gave mo part of abottleof Chamberlains Cough Item rely with instructions to closely follow the directions and I wish tc state that after the first day I could notice a decided and at this time hosIItallonLlrely cured This remedy Is for sale by W N Craig- Twentyfive lives were lost when the Sound steamer Clallam tank near Smiths Island GEN JOHN B GORDON DEAD Gen John B Gordon the noted Coo federate general and lecturer died at Blscayno FU Saturday night At 1 oclock bis physician Issued a tulletl to the effeck tbat bit kidneys had re fused to secrete and that urine acid poison was very pronounced It Ill known then that only a few hours roo malned of life General Gordon wa taken a week ego with an attack c acute Indigestion and despite tbo belt medical care Ilowhnnk until he pate ed away At his bedside were Mn Gordon Major Hugh Gordon hit sot Hugh Gordon his grandson and bll two daughters Mrs Burton Smith c Atlanta and Mrs Orton Brown of Philadelphia It was decided at a but rled conference of the members of tbe family tbat the body be taken at one to Atlanta there to lie In state when the general was once tbe chief execu tine Later It will be burled with ull military bonort due to hit exalte rank With the death of John Draw Gordon there passed away tba last sur vlvtng lieutenant general of tbe Con federaoy General John Brown Gordon was born In Upton county Ga February 0 1832 Ho had just been admitted to the bar when tho civil war broke out and his practice was cut short by entering the Confederate army as a captain of Infantry From the day o his enlistment ho rote by tuccesslvi stages to the rank of lieutenant genes al He commanded ono wing of Gener al Leos army at the court house at Appomatax In 1803 he became a can didate for Governor of Georgia and although bit friends claimed that be bad been elected the ofllco was giver to Rufus B Bullock his republican op tranent He was a member of the dem ocratic national convention In 1872 and was a presidential elector from Georgia In the same year In 1373 bo was eleoted to the Senate He was elected again In 187V In 1SSG be was elected Governor ol Georgia and In 1801 ho was again elected to the Senate As tbe oommanderlncnicf of tbo United Confederate Veteran Association be was beloved by tbe whole South and honored by the entire country General Gdrdon leaves a sister Mrs Mary Gordon Roper of College Prk Ga two sons and two daughters tho eons being Hugh Gordon Sr and Major Fraak Gordon Tbo daughters are Irs Burton Smith and Mrs Orton Jlshop Brown of Maine MILUOXAIRKS POOR STOMACH The worn out stomach of the over fed mil lonalre is often paraded in the public prints as a horrible example of the evils attendant on tbo possession of great wealth nut millionaires are not the mly ones who are afllictcd with bad tomachs The proportion is far greater among the toilers Dyspepsia and indl estlon are rampant among these people and they tutTer far worse tortures than the mllonlr nnlrja they avail them elves of a standard medicine like Oreens August Flower which hat been a favorite household remedy for all stomach troub cs for over 35 years August Flower muses the torpid liver thus creating tp Mstlte and Insuring perfect digestion It ones and vitalizes the entire system and nakci life worth living no matter what your station Trial bottles 25c regular tire 75c At all druggists Perry Heath complaint tbat be It icing hounded because bo li tbo per tonal and political friend of Hanna ted tbe latter bat just at much rea ton to complain of Heath It Is about- a stand off at to which U entitled to Ibo major portion of public abuse sod both are getting no moro than hey actually deserve Lexington Democrat Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The uniform success of this remedy has nada ft the most popular preparation ule for bowel complaints It Is every whore recognized as the one remedy that can always bo depended upon and that pea ont to take For sale by W N Craig A debate on the Panama question bOIl been avoided In the House by nserllcg In the Urgent Deficiency UI11 an appropriation of 175000 for Marine Corps contingent expenses Tble money It for the force now on duty at tho isthmus Mr Win S Crane ol California Md offered for years from rheumatism and umbago Ho was finally advised to try lhamberlalna Pain Balm which bo did anct it erected a complete cure This liniment is for sale by W N Craig Tbo supreme court of Minnesota held hat the death of stock In a blizzard aodICongressman Rbea introduced a bill 10 tbo House appropriating 1100000 or the construction of a Government mlldlng In Bowling Green HUSTONVILLE Birdie Lano died Sunday of measles J Roy B Rose and wife of Pone City O T are expected to arrive tbls week Mrs Mettle Adams eon family hay moved to tbe Mrs Rose property nea tbe lair grounds John A Wright has three yearllo hogs tbe aggrergate weight of whlc Is over 1700 pounds M D Terrell Son bought the ICQ acre farm of V D Morse for 11101 The farm Is south of hero In Casey Josiah Bishop sold D F Floyd t0milk cows for 665 24 ewes to C O Carpenter at 14 CO one pair mules to Pipe Bros for 1200 Jim Davie tbe colored driver for W W Lyon was seriously hurt at More land by a horse be was leading rcarlc up and pawing him S M Owens and J P Goode sold to Bowen Fox 17 two yearold mules at ISO They belonged to the estate 01 tbe late John Goode John Coffey ot Columbia bought a fine two year old colt hero for 1300 by Dignity Deco and out of a Peavln mare that li sure to make a gram horse Keep your eye on him Rufus Llpps and wife have taker charge of Josiah Bishops farm and bo leaves for Pooca City the coming week nT Garten of Bradfordsyllle epen Saturday and Sunday with friends here Wm Minors barn on South Fork Casey county was burned by an Incen dUrjr Sunday morning Mr Minor phoned for blood bounds and they pass ed through hero at noon three hours after being called for John Lane a prosperous farmer ol Little South Fork Casey county lost by fire a floe barn eight horses a now surrey and harness wagonfarmlng Implement etc No insurance and the Ore li supposed to be incendiary Mrs John S Goode and Mr J P Goode and family desire to express their heartfelt thanks lo their friends whoso kindly extended helping bends and sympathies to them In their late bereavement upon the loss of a devoted husband and beloved brother D C Allen and L M Reid Sunday In Lancaster and Dame peatI says they are Courting In old Garrard where the nod ding blue grate waves And a fortune teller will decide In Leslies favor or Dayos Miss Edna Camnltz had a pleasant chat by long distance telephone with ber brother Howard at Vicksburg Miss Saturday The service was ex ceedingly One recognizing each oth ers voices Instantly Miss Edna hat never failed yet In getting thorough connection to all points called Weatberford Myers have bought of George D Weatberford a 30x00 foot fronton the West end of the old hotel lot and they will build within the next three weeks a business house In which they will open a complete line of goods In tbo next 30 days The building will be cased with brick In the summer Tbe periodical spells of total blindness that have recently been so annoy Lug to Janle Farris our spiritual order causing her to tit for hours unable to tee a ray of llghtwhilo In this condl tlon the other day called Mr and Mrs Ferris to her and told them her spirit mother told her to rub camphor on her eyel and she would tee again Tbe cam phor was quickly brought and she applied it and her vision was restored in less time than It takes to tell It The first Weatberford Hotel In our city was built In 1859 and was noted In lit day for tbe generous and hospitable manner It served Ita patrons by the affable proprietor Hardln Weatberford This house was situated on the site where the late Dr Drown resided and was burned In 1855 This enviable rep utatlon has been sustained by succeed tog houses by that name from 1850 to this writing and the coming summer will find raised from the smouldering ruins of the late disastrous Ore phoenix like a modern brick ot euttlclenl pro portions to conveniently accommodate their ever Increasingpatronage CUUATIC CURES Tho Influence of climatic conditions in the cure of consumption Is very much overdrawn The poor patient and tbe rich patient too can do much better at homo by proper Mention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free oxpettora lion In tbe morning Is wade certain by German Syrup so Is a good nights rest sad the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion due to coughing the greatest danger and dread of the onsumptlvc can be prevented or stop pod by t king German Syrup liberally tad regulArly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find oat of be thousands of consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength ire those who use German Syrup Trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all drug pieta Jean Leon Gerome tbe noted painter and sculptor Is dead In Parit It dont pay to take the chances of a sick spell fpr want of Warm Clothing We have everything necessary to keep you comfortable Overcoats Suits Underwear Gloves Shoes c Come in and let us fit you out ssS T 01 mILLER Danyiiie KB THE GLOBE SHIVER LESS You dont have to struggle with the Stove in the morning and you dress in warm cheerfulrooms if you use oles Original hot Blast Stoves Fire is nover out Ilooins heated in morning with fuel supplied the night before See us about themYo have every size and you save the cost of the Stove in ONE Winter o sri HigginsMKinneySole STANFORD KENTUCKY Hughes Aldridge Successor to J T Jones Practical Tinner Plumber Depot Street Stanford KyUI solicit a share of you patronage promising good honest work at reasons ablelpriccs 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 more surface than other paintst you must wait about fiveycars to fully appreciate its QUALITY Pennys Drug Store Ledgers JDaVjJooofts JI lenos tc o I r tieSW N CRAIG Pharmacist Successor to Craig t Rocker STANFORD KENTUCKY Stockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Lincoln County National tank of Stanford will be bold at their banking house the second Tuesday In January llwl for the purpose of electing director for the ensuing 1JnOW3LEY0 vearI Stanford Ky I t StockllolderslIeetingA Naiitlonal Dank of Uustonvlllc will bo held their banking house In Hustonvllle the second Tuesday In January 1004 between 9 dfed 13 for the purl of electing di rectors to serve the ensuing year J W I10UUEU Cashier 4 4A f HINTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON I THOMAS 0 NEWLAND SR- I Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject lbl action of the democratic rartyIGEO W DEBORD- U a canaldate for Sheriff of Unmet county t to e tctton of the democratic rattyIT JEFF la a candidate for Sheriff of Uncoln county subject to tot action of tot democratic JlArtyIJESSE C I candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Iacandidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject tile ICtlopof the Democratic ratty toI JAMES CHAYS le a candidate for Jailer subject to tht action of Jfaocratlcparty WIHERRI- NU candidate for Jailer subject to the action of tM ocratlc party SAMUEL M OWENS Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjtc U the action of the democratic rartyIMEREDITH E It a candidate for Superintendent of Public School ol Lincoln County subject to th action of the demo UcrartyIIn candidate for SII rlnten4nt of Public School 41D001cnllef Mercer county Is a candidate or Bgbth district to succeed Hon G G Gilbert sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Your Slip pert is earnestly solicited PAUPER COUNTIES Sporadically U not biennially talk breaks out among member of the Leg lelaturo about requiring by approprl ate laws couotlea to ebaro and some time to wbolly bear the burden of keeping pauper idiots or lunatic at well as to defray the eotlre expense o the jury system and the feea of witnet es In criminal prosecution It CaD not well be denied that IDI some parts of the State conditions pre vail which give rile to a discussion o the propriety of this remedial legtala tlun A8 usual however there Is mucl talking through the hat a good deal said without exact information aDd which would better be left unsaid A member of a legislative body It bellevrIputable rather than conducive However nod all the tame be le a states t man just as a Justice of the Peace the day after his election le a jurist when the day before he was only a Dopber ry Being a statesman he II bound to make many and grievous mistake He t may tnaknjk mistake aa to the cOD tltu- tlooallty of a bill as to the policy or I wisdomof ttaa to whether It le wba his constltuentslwant B8 to whether In fact it le wbat ho or any body else real 1 ly wrote The skill and judgment of a physl clan are better tested by precrlblng k remedies tban by ditcoverlng diseases i The latter U after an easy function former may render him Immortal titThe weakness of the human family In eluding allowu to diffidently suggest j f statesmen by presumption Is often dis played In going half crazy over a real public grievance and In slezlng and almost Idolizing tbeQrst remedy pre J scribed by the loudest mouthed empir 1 ic It la moreitban likely that frauds have been committed on the State treasury by rascals and moral thieves in criminal prosecutions Slipshod county attorneys and attorneys for the Commonwealth and ignorant or con niving trustees of the jury fund have suffered witnesses to be summoned for wbollyi2DoraDt pose of getting the fee Dogs have been killed la the presence of a large umber of witnesses and the slayer has J been arrested and tried for killing John Smith the unfortunate name of the deceased canlnelaod the witnesses have all claimed and been paid their attend ance Conspicuous and farcical frauds of this kind are picked out and because 1 they occurred In mountain counties many very good people reasoning In the most Illogical way begin to abuse iwbat they call pauper counties A man who once starts on a fallacious line Dev or stops until be lands In a lunatic asy lum unless by tbo grace of God be I I violently butta up against sonle impreg cable fact that even a tool cant get over or around A fraud le committed In a mountain county a mountain county U a pauper county a pauper county Is something that takes more out of the State treasury than it puts In ergo a mountain county la no help to the State make It pay Its own way or get out to itself This is a fair sample of 1 the course of reasoning Many of tie perhaps some of the best of us have gotten to be money Idolaters We es l tlmate a man by his wealth Money i can buy a title to any monarchy on i earth Money cau buy respectability in any Republic on earth The first question asked whoa a neighbor dies is did he leave a will How much was bo IDoteBOur mountain people are They are of the same blood and breed than I j ItI T i we are They worship the came God They have the same history that wi havo and cherish the aame hopes and aspirations that wo do The accidents circumstances of thinner toll and bad road have made them poorer not worse than we They commit thelr open crimes we practice our subtle frauds They kill an enemy we awln die a neighbor In dispensing hospital- Ity as John Fox puts It they glv dura nigh all their tatera to th stranger and we take durn nigh all the taton a stranger has Some day and may bo tome day soon mouaId treasure oat long has long burled are being hammered down We will that be proud of our mountain cousins W will go to see them glad to be Invited to take oil our hate and bonnets cot stay all day We will trace kinship tba wo never thought of before To day the proudest Baron In England IB he whi can trace his blood to William the Coo queror a bastard a thief a perjurer a robber a rapist a murderer and scene sin what will we care when they peopleIwe care State out of a few dollars wittiest fees or get rich like our present corps of millionaire by robbing the people When they get rich they are our loot lost half brothers with a strawberry mark on the left arm DEMOCRATS In the Eastern State are showing considerable Interest 10 the meeting of the national democrat committee la Washington Tuesday to fix a time and place for holding the national convention It la probable that the convention will go to Chicago though New York may make ao effor to eecure It It Is believed that a date following that of the republican coo ventloo will be selected POLITICAL Myron T Herrick was inaugurate governor of Ohio yesterday Congressman Owsley Stanley of tat Second district has announced his candidacy for reelectloa The State election commission organ Ized at Frankfort and elected 0 T Poyntz of Maysvllle secretary J M Roberto sold here yesterday a buncja of yearlings at 117 a bunch o short yearlings at 113 and tome heifer at2oIt the general belief la Washing too now that the democratic Senator will not hold a caucus on tbe cans question Cornelius Vanderbilt and Prancn Burton Harrison old schoolmates am close friends are likely to be the opposing candidate for Congress In New York district The Democratic State Central Com mltteo will meet at Frankfort Wed needay The call does not state what business It to be transacted Tbe two houses of the Ohio Leglsla ture will ballot separately for United States Senator to day Senator Han taa majority will be the largest ever given a Senatorial candidate In Ohio Wm H OBrien was reelected chairman of the Indiana democratic reeolutlooIor al committee Oov Beckham has appointed tbe ollowlng gentlemen Colonels on bis italY Herman V Cohn of Loufevlllr Harvey Ingles of Ploevllle Wallace- K Card we II of Lebanon and Alanson Vlgg of Glasgow But three lleutenrnt generals of tbe Confederacy survive John B Gordon Tbe1 are Simon B Buckaer Stephen D Lee and gp Stewart Joseph H Wheeler received his commission after the close of hostilities The statement comes frpjn Washing tOD that former Gov W 0 Brad ny rill be a candidate for delegateat argetothe republican national coo eotlon and that ho contemplates be ng a candidate for Congress In the xmlsvllle district Ao enabling act to give elite of tbe Iritolas the power to provide their iwn system of taxation under tbe pro melons of tbe constitutional amend oent has been framed and will be In Toduced In the Legislature by one of the members of the Louvllle delega Ion A democratic repreeentatlve In Con trees from New York save that New Yorkwill give Madison Square Garden handsomely decorated and 1250000 lor- a campaign starter If the democratic ionventloD will go there Tbe demo rate however are shy of Wall Street and the money power A Very Close Call I stuck to my engine although every olnt ached and every nerve was flicked wIth pain writes 0 W Bellamy a lo iomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak anti pale without any appetite and all run down As I was about to give up I got a bottle of Electric Bitters and after taking it I felt as well ta I ever did In my life Weak sickly run lifeIltrCDglhby PenDY Price 50 cent t J 0 oJr IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mr W FOwelep Jr Is dead at Burksvllle The poet office at Livingston wai brpken Into but nothing Is missing J T Lear big flouring mill near Burgln burned causing a loss of 115 000 Mrs Susan Yeager aged bO le dead In Boyle She was the oldest womat to the county Abe Roberta and Jame Turner were Killed by felling earth in the Campbol mines near Mlddlesboro Thomas Auford who shot and klllci Andrew Collins while ho was asleep at Straight Creek mines near Plnerllle was sentenced to Imprisonment for life In one home In Shelby City then are six occupants whose ages aggregate 444 years and another homo o three people whose ages aggregate 29J Ad vocateIA alof the county jail and the workhou stand open There Ie not an Inmate ID either place This le the first time In many years that such a thing has bap pened The stockholders of Tbe Benk of Mt Vernon elected the following officer C 0 Williams President J T Adams VicePresident S H Martin O C Williams W L Richards J E Hcuk A T Fish Rod Perry and Geo Llvesay directors Senator McCreary was compelled to decline an Invitation to speak at the banquet given In Philadelphia 01 Jackson Day by the Old Hickory Club The Kentucky Senator wrote a letter which was read at the dinner acid caused much applause Miss Millie Dunn of Brvantavllle has announced herself a candidate for county superintendent of Garrard 01 the democratic ticket She is a elect of county attorney JamesI Hamilton Circuit Clerk J W Hamilton aDd Thomas and Jack Dunn S E Owsley who has been vletilni bis daughter Mr Dolph Rice this city for the past few days wll leave Monday for Laurel county where be will operate a coal mine on bll property The mine has already beer tested and has a vela of bltumlaou coal that rune from 42 to 48 inches In thickness New Col J D Swope has closed his bust nest here and returned to Llncoli county to look after his his political fences being a formidable candidate for the county judgeship of that coun ly He could win anything In sigh here after a temporary residence of a few months leaving hosts of friend wbo wish him all happiness and pro perlty Somerset Journal HERE AND THERE An eight Inch show tell In Latches county Judge Lysander aged 87 a well known Frankfort lawyer Is dead Capt Richard S Fairchild an old steamboaiman committed suicide In St Louts Gen Adna Chaffee has cucceedei Gen Young as lieutenant governor of the United States army Charles Foster former governor If- Oblo and former secretary of the treat ury died at Springfield 0 Auditor Hager has appointed P H Thompson of Marshall county second clerk In tbe State Insurance depart ment1wo Iron gates to exits from the Ort and second balconies of tbe Iroquois Theater In Chicago were found locked after the fire Tbe recent maneuver of tbe regular army and State militia at West Point tad Fort Riley Kas cost the govern fleet about 8500000 A young woman follower of Carrie Nation smashed a picture la the Kn tae Capitol because It bad been pre rented by a beer company Fifty lives wero lost Saturday morn log by the sinking of the steamer Jlallam near Port Townsend Wash Tbe vessel was disabled to a storm Tbe Democratic State Committee of Massachusetts has adopted resolutions odorslng Richard Oioey for tbe pre entlal nomination and Inviting tbo ooperatloo of the Democrats of New Soglitnd and the nation In Mr Olneys KJbalf X Attorney General Hay handed down bree opinions Saturday In which he loids ibttt license fees under the incur lace laws shall be paid by Individual agent and not firms end that the Iceosts Is not transferable that no touaty school superintendent la ells bio to appointment on the State Board if Examiners that tbe Treasurer hull not pav lor clerk hire In tbe Vudttora office lo any year more than tbIJ statute provide Saved From Terrible Death The family of Mrs M L Bobbitt of largenon Tenn taw her dying and wero powerless to save her The moot klllful pbjslclnns and every remedy teed failed while consumption was lowly but surely taking Ian life In this terrible hour Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption turned despair into joy The first bottle brought immediate relief aad ita continued use completely cured her Its the most certain cure In the world for all throat and lung trouble 1 uaranteed bottles OOc nod 11 Trial bates free at Penny drugstore G v1 FOR RENT byWmSeveranceJ D OWSLEY Engines For Sale I I have for sale tour TractIon Engines two 10hor e power 1 IE horse power and 1 It horse power All In Rood repair- J N CASH TurnenTllIe Ky FOR SALE Work multi for tale by the head or In car load lout tat and ready for the market AddroM Pipes Broa Livery Feed nail Sale Stable HustonTllle Ky Stockholdersllcetiug A meeting of the stockholders of the First National Dank of Stanford will bo held at their banking house the second Tuesday In January 180 for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year JOHN J WcnO EnT Cashier BOB QUIS 66749- A J O 0 I will stand the above splendid Jersey bull at my place near water at 1160 In advance Return privilege permitted J 0 OAMEMU t 8 PRICK targeonDcntlBV iMnford Ky Be IClRobtr Dna Star I the Owsli Building Notice To Creditors I All persons owing the estate of the late Dr Hawklna llrown are requested to nettle with the undersigned at once Those bold tag claims against said estate will present them pmporly proven to I M McltobcrU attorney or j V IKYTON Admr Stanford Ky Nice Home For Sale I desire to soil privately home on the nstonvllleJc Mtddlvburg pike S miles f om HustonTllle The house has six rooms and la In rood repair Oixxl barn and oth er outbuildings young orchard eu contains sIx acres H UADOETT lAtI 41 Uustonvllle UMBRELLAS Itocorered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a amount I can as your umbrella batter than the tramp repairers and for trim money Give me a trial KHAMK ATKIKS Stanford A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offer hla IIAuotoineer o the people of Lincoln onnty lie will pleaoeyou both In work and price to him If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial ++QUARTERLY UKPOUT OF THE THEGR ORGHIRD O NKING CO- sat the cl lie of business on Dec 31st 1003 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts qt Overdrafts secured Orsrllt1unwcureJ 6qr oa TI Due Iron State Batiks tankers S 0000 oo Due from Trust Comptnl 4 gjjjii Banking House and IotH16q1 lis Other Real limit Mottjaees ems m U S Bonds eom Other Stocks and Bonds oooo ou S CIeISJ ol Currency 539 399105 Exchange for Clearings Other Items carried as Caslu Ii nFurniture anJ Fixturesf 1194 10 rnJ to lay Taxes oooo eo Cunenltxpenses aslQuartea1 46 94FIrst 49844 LIABILITIBS Capful Stock paid lnIn shuISOOO oo Surplus Fund uISOoo Undivided Profits a Due Depositors as tellowsvli Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is not w idSy4JS05O- erosits subject to check on which Interest Is paid 00006D- emand a certificates of deposits on which Intend Is oo one Time certificates of deposits on which Interest Is paid 00 oo Savings deposits on which terest Is pall meoo 3ertln d hecks oo Sj4aj8 o Due National Banks ooooo oo Due State hanks and Hankers oocoo oo Due 00 000 09 00000 oo Cashiers Checks outstanding ooooo oooooBills rediscounted oo Unpaid dlvIJenssH 300 oa Taxes due and unpaid set aside oa 349844 94 STATE OP IENTUCIYJ es County of Wm Mason Morris shlror Orchard Dink ne Co a Bank located ant doing business In the own of t rab Orchard In said county being duly sworn the forezoln report Is In nil respects true state lays of the condition of said stank at the close uslnessonthetstday of Dec soot to the best if his knowledge and further says that the busIness of said Hank hu been transacted at the xitlon named and not elsewhere and that the above port Is made In compliance with an official notice re celvlJ rum the beaeUm of State designating the act day of Dec toot as the diy on which such shall bllDase- SubscrlW and sworn lo before me by Wm Mason MorrIs the Jut 4a of TrCHADwICKNotary J Public Wm Mason Morris Cashier W Perkins JH Collier Curtis Cover Direc lors II it H THAS OP Ask to HORSE A mare about high 0 years olds mark left flank and hip by kick right Immediately and D I1UUMUETT lUnitODBDUHfl Kr raoralaTdit Livory Sale Static Ky for to date rigs reasonable rates MM i COME And this before you buy You get in this a slack or coke or trash burner It is an Hot Blast combined Too much IStoveGeo H Farris Co Stanford Ky W MUELLER Jeweler Stanford Kyto PAJSfDj CHRISTMAS HAS PASSED And the New Year has come wlifc itconvs New Resolutions I am offer log possible fnr your money than ever Bert per can 10 rents Best Tonuton ftt can 9 cents Btt Peaches per an 10 to 25 cents J Eo M 25Ib sack 70 cents Good 10 36c per Ib evaporated ol all thousands of things lo eat numerous and see and get my price I J W PERRIN The Grocer- S See That ReqVia QarCaRailroad spaIN OP OUR BEST PHYSICIANS IS THE MOST BENEFICIAL I ALL DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OP CONSTIPATION 1yonsLaxative SyrupIs beoeflrWInbowel troubles arising constipation VERY PLEASANT TO AND DOES NOT aSandSOclluttlea your DrunrUt fruits Candies Nuts And Every Thing Good Eat JOHN BRIGHT JR CO STOLEN bay IS hands on caused gray hair on hind leg Notify mo receive reward T Jesse W Sweeney Feed and Lanoaster Horses wellfed and cared Up at see Airtight sad if more Corn Flour coffee lo Fruits and goods kinds and good toe to mention Come from TAKE GRIPE tt IHHNTKHIUK JOURNAL STANFORD Ky JAW 12 1001 ID flHIng your prescriptions wo uio the right medicines In lobo exact ttbntaud with proper care We could not no batter if jon paid ui double the price which Ualwavi reasonable Penny s Drug Store PERSONALS MRS J W WALLACE Is sick MK JOHN F CASH U III of pooumo ala Mini J W DAOlN his been quite sink I k MARK QAUDIN wn la Lexington Friday JOHN D MEVIUB went to London jt Saturday MK J O Mc LARY hn been down with grip MR J W DOCKER of duitoavllle II quite sick MR A M DIATT of Uojkcaille was here yesterday Miss ANNIE MARTIN of Rowland visited Mends at ParKtvlllo DR E J DROWN made a professional visit to Livingston Friday MR T J NORTH Is back from a vl II to friends at Ur amer Ala MRS A E GUIDONS of Danville li lao guest of Mr W T Smith W H DENUAU of Dole took yet lerdavt train for Wllllamiburg- MH J M TiiouiSOK has moved his family down from Laurel county MISS MARY HACKLEY has returned to tbe Art Acadrra at Cincinnatit WM DUNAVENT of Pliwburir was f y with his brotberln law J II Boone i MK W L MoiJAKTY loll this room lag on a business trip to La Follette Tenn MISS STKLLA MCCLAHY wont to Mt Vernon yesterday to visit the Misses Thompson JUUOBT Z MORROW of Soma riot i wa a paMcncer on Saturdays South bound train Dit L 0 SlNOLRTON left Saturday t Loulivlllo College ef UDtlltrIMiBBRS DELIA Comer and Maude Best of tbn West End are with MI i Abblu Lutes MK J U UACOHUAN attended the miller association meeting at Leklnir ton last vrrk MRS KlTTlE SMITH of Stanford li with homcfolk for a short visitMt Vernon Signal Miss ANNA COOK accompanied her Burst MIM Kay Satire to HarroJ Nburg Saturday MRS SUE OOLMES has moved to the t callage on Writ Male recently vacated fry Dexter Uallou Mil 0 A PEYTON who Is delighted with Mlddletboro spent a few days with old friends here CAIT FRANK Weuii of Paris is running on the K 010 the absence of Cant Grove who Is Ill Mr1JobnIt position with the L N In the South II ai homo for a few weeks MRS 0 D MUHIHY of Lebanon Junction was the vurt of her parents Mr and Mu D P Martin al Rowland C O CARBON of Liberty was here yesterday to see his father Judge Car sea who Is considerably Improved In S1 t I health ISSES SCSIE FRYR and Lora Do hone of the Wen End were here Sat turday cooiultlng Or R A Jones tbu dentist TilE Ladle Aid Society of the Prc bytrlan church will meet with Mrs W H niggln Friday afternoon at 2 11oolnck Is the name of a little girl who arrived Saturday to bleu tbo union of Mr and Mrs M E Prulll of MoreUnd MilS J A PillLLira and ton Mark n rdln PhilllUi of Monllcollo are guests of Mr flardin and wife at the S A apb M nil T E WOOD Is very and she I iInoi expected to live through Iho 5SA She suffered a stroke of paralysis a few day since MR AO DUNN Door keeper of the House of tlepretentatlvei was at homo froth Frankfort Saturday modestly r bearing till new honors WI DFIIIUN aDd Miss Hue 1Mns accompanied the remains of l l the formers little granddaughter to Crab Orchard for burial nON J W KENNEDY and wife of Frankfurt and Mr John Polndoxter f Cynlhlana spent a few days with Rev and Mrs 0 M Buoy A D AUSTIN who ts buyer for E R Spouwood Son Lexington adver I uses that be will ba at McKinney each Friday to buy and pity each for lumber of all kinds 1MH W C GREENING formerly of has leased the tore room at 353 West Short and will shortly open general merchandise etora there t Lexington Democrat LOCALS I READ the real estate column this sue f SODA three pounds for lOc at J T Jonasas1 F KAN GOODE a Turntravlllo No gro died Sunday and WI burled yes lord ay JUST received b rrel cow crop pure New Orleans molasses John Brlgbl Jr Co 2t TUB date of MrsonNlckotte lecture bore has boon changed to the week of Fob 22- WANTEDFou rrorDve large fat bog from 250 to 300 pounds Lock- box 161 Stanford Ky El DRONAUOUIt sold Sam FI OrcblardTilE cuodluoo of Stanford appears eliowbcrc Rend It and son If you doni think ft a pretty good one MILLER DROADDUS wnoo wire was a tuumber of the d M T lodge has received the Insurance carried by her WANTEDTo bur a Rood horse to work la delivery wagon and bgggy Mut bo gentle S P Gray Stanford Ky MISS MARGARETINOLES of Part has Joined the hay Clement Co She will take a leading role la Old Do minion FOR SALE on RENTMy dwelling It Is a well bdlli cottage and has every modern convenience Spacious grounds Mrs James Lee CANDY MU Elizabeth little daughter of W M Matbeny of tbe May wood section won the 30 pound suck of canny offered by Scbange tbe Lexington confectioner LADIES Our Embroideries and Lac os fur Spring bays just arrived They are all beauties and wo can say W you that yuu can not equal Sham In this market John P Junes HUN J M LA KSO has been placed on the following committees by Speaker Ell U Drown RedUtrlctlng PriaiiDg Ways and Moan LeglsU live Account Propositions and Grlev aoce Good IT looks like the notorious Derry Howard of Doll to become a citizen of the county Ue bought Mr W U Junn oos farm beyond Crab Orchard Saturday paying him 10500 for It The place contains about 200 acre DIG EAGLE x 0 White of the Lyue vectlon mot a gray eagle al the Dig Bend of Oaoglog Fork Tbe bird weighed 1C pounds and measured six fuel 10 Inches from tip to tIp A year ago Mr White killed one equally III large on the same spot OWENS Agne Elitabeth Owens Infant daughter of Mr and Mr Vie Owens died Thursday night after an illness of several day The little body WM taken lo Crab Orchard and burled Much sympathy Is felt for Mr and Mr Owens la the loss of tbelr first born PAPER von LIUERTNc ws coma from Liberty this Mr deary Thomas the Ja clever correspondent al that place has placed enough stock to make It certain that teat Iowa will have a paper before long It will be republi can In politics and Mr Thomas will be Its editor Oe will make a good one TilE bUilL ell on this dlllloD of the L f N has so greatly Increased that It hit been necessary to Increase br double tbo number of dispatchers at Livingston The gentlemen are Messrs Carl Moore W W Wright W T Merlrreo Robert Allison J O Dol- man C D Pbelp Jr W T Caroy dispatcher and E 0 Lyons and J L Luniford copyists WESLEY Dr Perry Wesley of Mlddleburg one of Casey belt citi zees died of typhoid fever Friday after a lingering IUD en Do was 30 years old and a wife who was Mil Ju lia Riffe end ono child survive The burial occurred In Mlddleburg ceme tery after services by Rev Taylor Dr Wesley was a dentist and was doing well at his professloc UNDER a printed of oho Touog lady tho Lexington Democrat says of her The Democrat Indebt ed to tbo Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL for this picture of a very handsome and talented young lady Mill Crelghton comes of an aristocratic family is pos sessed of a decided literary ability and li such a One politician that democrat candidates icek her assistance when Ilc go Into tbo Ktngsvlllo precinct la Lincoln county where iho Is very popular and wields a large Influence AT the meeting oftecity council Thursday night J D Paxton was re elected city attorney L R Hughes city clerk John J McRoberts treasur or and R G Jones cIty marshal Good selections oil of thorn Saloon license was grunted to Traylor Co the tax rate again fixed at 40o and the license to soil Ore crackers Roman candles etc was raised to 1100 Attorney W A Tribble was appointed Special Judge to act In the event Judge Carton U not able to servo Council men Reynolds and Elmore wore ap pointed the committee on ffoansea Monefoe and Stone the street commit tee and Peyton and VanDeveor the committee on sanitation s I PICKLES bottle and bulk at J T Jones WHITE BOY l NTEDTo help around store W H Mueller GETS P Gray price before you buy anything in the general merchao dice line J L DEAZLEY h6the Elkln proporty on Oaovlllo Avenue yesterday for 755 FOR RENTUOUo ot tlx rooms with all modern conveniences All nece sa outbuildings J TJonesa FOR SALE OR RENTA twoitory frame nouie on Danville Avenue Ap ply to J D Dyrao Stanford Ky S P GRAY at F ces stand invites you o see hi stock of mercban due Do sure to see his line uf stoves THE old year Ii gone and the new one has come Carson Pence want what you owe thorn and take this meth od of eo Informing you THE Grand Leisnrssuction closed yesterday It wa reasonably laUafac lory Mr S D Levy tell us AN attempt on tbe part gang of thieves to rob the safe of the First National Dank of Somerset Saturday night was frustrated SHERIFF BAUD UMMANa delinquent Hit will appear la our next issue Bet ter pay him to day If you dont want to lee your name In print IF Joneshas seven dogs and every dog is white and 14 cats come iiDg round each ono as black as night and each two cats has 18 live lel three destroyed by ran bow many lives must three dogs take before they kill eight cats THERE will bo o entertainment In the Graded Scbool Auditorium on Frl day evening next 15 al 7 oclock The Story of Jonathan Too biiiory of the Untied States told In romanru by the pupil of ibo Fifth Grade Ad mission 5 and lOc Prof M L Cbownlog of Anderson county being Ineligible for the otlice of member of the State Hoard of Examiners under the opln Ion expressed by the Attorney General Superintendent of Public Instruction Fuqqa a ppolnied Prof W 0 Winfrey of Mlddlesboro to the place Pro WID Ire Is superintendent of the graded school at Mlddletboro and was formerly superintendent of the school here fold CasBANK a cat back here yesterday Dr J F Peyton admtnlttraiior of Dr Hawkins Drown sold 81 shares of First National Dank of Stanford stock al 1120 to 1133 1- 8Ibarella the National Dank of Button vllle at 1170 to 1170 50 nine share la the Fourth National Bank ot Columbus Ga al I1H5 to 1100 two shares la the Doyle National Dank of Danvlllo at 1165 and 10 bare of Stanford Water Llgbl It Ice Co spick sold at 120 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Dud Watt sold a horse for 8C5 yes W Fuller tbo noted trainer U dead at Nashville D T Luniford sold his tobacco la Loulivlllo al It 75 to SS70 D G Elliott of Oaiey sold to E D Beazley yesterday a black geldli g for 1110 Ruble Bro and Glass Droi of Due na Vista bought 867 slop cattle averaging 800 and 000 pounds at 1125- A W Carpenter sold to W R Moorman of Brecklnrldgc county hli 2400 pound bull Marlmlon for SlO Tbo recapitulation of the Boyle coun ty assessment which has just been completed show the value of property la the county to be 17858243 Advo cateE U Deazley bought two horses and throe mules hero yesterday at 195 and 1110 for the horses and S100 for the muloi Be bought the latter of M S Daughmaa W B Burton of Lancaster who was hero Sunday en route to London to buy mules yesterday told ua that he bad handled over 100 mules recently and had lost money on them all CODRT DAY Yeiterday was the beet cattle court Stanford has bad for some time Every hoof brought to town sold well and quickly A number of horses sold at 885 to 1125 and a lot of mules changed bands at 3100 to S1CO It was the best court generally fdr long time Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt and norlous trouble la your system nervousness sleeplessness or stomach up vote Electric Bitters will quickly dis member the troublesome cause It never Mile to tone the stomach regulate the Kidneys and Boweli stimulate the Liver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all tIle usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only 60c and that is returned if it dont give perfect satisfac tion Guaranteed by all Druggists Senators Blackburn and McCreary were born In the same year 1838 In neighboring counties Bad attended college together at Danville CHURCH MATTERS IRev Walter Brock of London preached a fine sermon at the Baptist church Sunday morning Prayer meeting will be held al the Baptist church next Thursday evening Instead of Wednesday evening as usual Rev O M Buoys meeting at Ml Vernon has to far resulted In eight ad dllloni II will continue until further noticeLast month Southern Presbyterian collections for foreign missions were 11741386 as against 11298188 the tame montb the previous year The protracted meeting conducted at Junction City by Revs Pointer and McDonald of Wllmore retailed In 10 additions to tbe Methodist church The Methodist church has bought new organ and the Baptlsia will buy one soon and ai we have a fine organ Ill we are expecting to come to the front In the WaY of music Preachers vllle Cor Record MATRIMONIAL Wollord Stephens and Miss VIola Burton were married at the courthouse yesterday by Judge Bailey Rev J M Bruce pastor of tbo flap tin church at Klrktvllle has rODe to Texas His cburcb granted him a vacation oo account of his health Wonderful Nerve It displayed by merry a mm enduring pains of accidental Cute Wounds Brnis es Burns Scalds Bore feet or stiff i Mete But theres DO need for It Bucklcn Arica Salve wM ill the pda and cur the trouble Its tbe beet 8 lve on earth for Pales too 35c at Pennys Tbe fight between lobo Southern and the Louisville it Nmbvllle over the rigblH of way In the vicinity of Knox vlile has beD settled A Lancaster special says that Boo R Q Tomllni m may announce tot AppelUle Judge Former OIlY John Young Drown Is dead at Henderson William InnnlngH Bryan III again on American rail Blunde8 are sometime very expensive Occasion ly life itself In the price of a mistake but voull never rm wrong if yoi take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dyspepsia Dlzzlneen lleadacb Liver or noel troubes They are gentle yet thorough 25c atali Droll Stores NOTICE I I will be In McKinney each Friday to DUY and PAY CASH for All Kindt f LUUDEB A B AUSTI- NSpectacles Lost l Loll 10 VcKlnoevoo Dec It a pair of gold finlibed pctaclei Frame books over the ears very heave frame Double lens Wrdeklnd Optical Ooa name on the case Will pay 13 reward for their return In good shape J D McKlnnev McKinney Ky The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOABS PicprUtcr Electric Light In every room Refurnished anj under entire New Management Doblbt favorite rorter meets all trains Urge Well lIableJ Simple Room Financial condition of tbe City of Stanford Ky To the City Council ot Stanford I L R Hughes would inbmlt tho follow log all my report for the year ending Dec 31 1901111 RECEIPTS Ooh on hand Jan 130326P3 00 Received from Licenses 18S5 60 Taxes 3350 30 Fine 168 00 Lincoln coot inll 81 IS693 EXPENDITURES fold for caro ofprisoneNS 77 60 salaries 1335 30 wator and lighte 3SIS 00 street work 1S7S 50 extra police 20 60 supervising 3201 miscellaneous fund 11 bale drainage 2 00 assessor blank 20 printing 217 paupefald 1411 30 par cent fine 54 13 insurance 30 00 lumber 20 sanitary work v 900 fixing Pump 023 costs In suit 915S Balance In Traits 2 55 71 8893 70 ASSETS Fire department 11200 00 Interest In pora house 1000 00 City hall b lldlnjr 4S 00 Cash on hand S4J5 71 Due from opera house 11000 5190 71 LIABILITIES Due S W L Ice Co for yr tent 91033 00 Marshal for collecting 193 71 Net over and above liabilities 3371 00 5190 71 Respectfully submitted L R HcanEg Clerk Approved by council Jan 7 1904 This Is the OddTrouser Season The trousers td your full 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 Worsted Prices 150 to 500 per Pair Also a line of sample to make up to s measures s Cummins a McClary Our StockFor the year will not be lIS large as some in the State but it will be found to bo the Best Goods manufactured in the United Stntcb CR1TERIAN CLOTHING for men arc per feet beautiful full curted shoulders patent fronts to prevent breaking STETSON HATS they need no comment every body knows they are tho Best Soft Hat in the World The FOUNTAIN SIIIRT I believe hardly has an equal for neatness antI beauty of and comfort of fit in Madras Linen and Silk The WALKOVER SIIOK for men is anew lino with us but it is n good oneono ot the best never tised lines produced in the United States The MAnse th Hocker Bootee Shoe you all know I have told them for 20 years Old Honest Mike Boots and Shoes and LEVEL BEST Boys Shoes arc in all probability the Best Goods Manu factured today for Honest Hard Service ULTRA Shoes for Ladies arc the only Shoes that I know with heavy but at the same time quito flexible cushion insole so constructed that they cannot stretch out of shape Orenstcin it Rice Neckwear is made of the Best Silk Y leaven to prevent the beard from picking it The Celebrated HARRIS Suspender is in a class into itself and their 25c and 50c goods are simply Out of Sight when compared with others In fact we buy the Cream of Mens wear and ask you to examine us from time to time nud see if these statements are not all true forms Cash H J MRoberts Nineteen hundred And Fourward Is our watchword for the new year The INTERIOR JOURNAL let the cat out before we intended it should but it is true that we will have more room by tho 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 some new ones so we had to have more space both for the comfort and convcnien of our customers and ourselves To Our Customers You have helped to make this a ban nor year for us and wq want to thank you for your patronage and patience in waiting when we were unable to handle the big crowd of shoppers as quicklyns we would like AVo have improved our system for this year and promise you better service than ever before Remember it is the customers pleasure and convenience first with us Use us use our store use our goods we will give you your moneys w- orthSEVERANCE SON Farm For Rent On Saturday Jan lath on the premises I will rent to bl highest bidder mT term at Huntonvlllo Ky of about 80 area Hang Up Fork bottom land fur the year 1004 18 acres now In nice timothy meadow balance to go In corn a d oats MRS V A O WILEY Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Sale Ill sell privately lll alto sell a 15 horse power engine boiler All In good repair Will sell at h bargain to closo up business Will take part pay In lumber VOWEU BWEEHKT Stanford Ky E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford Produce Wa ted I We want your trade and will pay you the EggsFesthersCall at- NORTRCOTT THOMAS StanfordKy JACK SALE We will hold our Annual Jack Salo at Danville on THURSDAY MARCH 3 190U Send In your entries now The sale prom t laea to M the largest over held In Central i Kentucky LOOAN Danvll- leKyPOSTED trlcUyforbidpassing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law CarpenterJHolmes J O Neal VonOroenlganJ VonorunenlganJU F Newland J R OameDlsCb Peter Calmer W II Johnson Mrs Mary Olvcns David Stephens james M White and wife V Carson n P Hawkins Mrs Mary E Welch a u Iill LfI i JNTRklUH JUURNAL Jntered n the postOOlce III Slanord ai- e lauattrr- tr32akaaTueaSy 4TmwoiIxilxa9m- Ay t PER YEAR CASH I 1hnot lollddm000 wfll beollread KNOXVILLE DIVISION 1O4 p m North +jl Train rotor II 230am 028II 12117 a m t South0 75 1Sss pm KoSS II J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STftBL Stanford Kv erTlce at Reasonable Rates taU onluson Depot Street Aln Dealers In Con l Traylor Ga + t DCAtIM IN Vhl5kn Brandu Wines Beer Glnars Etc Oarpntr Close to DpotSTANFORD KY Nothing but the be ml polItePrompt recelrtto drink Mist phone cr telegraph orJeti cronpt attention IL C RUPLEY T ie Merchant Tailor tSTANFORD KY G odj Warranted 1 Fit GuaranteedGive a Call eiIiiwrt Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New in the 1York Assets 18710G3512 pol y holders I iSurpluallCaseY GarrraardrandrLinn II coin counties Phone 21 t It iBMaony insurance flgcnt Stanford Kentucky insurance fluent t of the patronageSolicits a share t of the property owners ttncoln andrl counties In Casey who may he seeking I ftRainst tfiro Lightning 1uranre None but tron and best Old Llne Corn repreented and the low 4eelpniHible rates are guaranteed Phone e- 2Stanford Kentucky eTH1S IS A Clresldeutll year and you must KEEP POSTED 1Theway to e do thb It to read the WEEKLY Henry Wattcrson f IOOU1URJOUmL Issued every Wed Dedayja S 1 A YEAR Revenue Uafnrrn Social Reform Moral Re a form The CourierJournal Issues the best published Send 3Se for a copy by icmalt OOUtIElt JOURNAL CO Louis Tllle Ky Uy a special arrangement you can get ti- nINTERIOR JOURNAL and the WEEKLY COUIt1ER JOURNAL onlyL50VI5 LeXInGTont t r 4iD8ffiOClRAC iIIs the only daily Democratic paper published in the t Blue Grass region Subscription Price S5 a Year It It especially deroteJ to the Interests ol CD the Democratic party and glees all the new without feur or favor r WI P Walton Editor 5 Pror Lexington Ky r 4r i7 d W Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and Fancy HOMO Shoots Wont Main ttreat Stanford Kentucky R A JONES DENTISTStanford Ky Offlc over HigglM A McKlnnoyi Stor Telephone NO 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con ultatlon Board and nursing shall be cub In advance weekly and monthly Protea atonal bills due when services are rendered and must b paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE B W BtJUE B 81N Prose JUNCTION CITY KY VlrstOlass Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to and Hay For Sale Small Farm For Sale I 1 desire to sell privately my farm of 130 from landacresIs fertile and tn good shape It has on It a good house of rooms a house two to churchesstock barns etc Convenient Address O W Rifle Jr Ty roneroTorcallonJ Rlffe Huston Tllle K- yLUTES BOONE 8CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell terms us Wo have a numberwill do to see of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms forale and will be Jo show anyone what we have If you desire to sell place- it In our hands Office at Hoonos Livery Stablo Stanford Ky JG+ MCGbMY UNDERTAKES EMBALMER And Dealearln SABN3SSS flADDLEBY ac Stanford Ky Ja La Beazley 6 COI Undertakers and- Embalmers aUODBALKISia FurnltureBIattliiK8RncB They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY GEORGE I N GILLOCK Ui ToDa- toTONSORIALARTISY Hustonvllle KyIelegantly LaunIJ work guaranteed Your business solicited L1 LIBERTY Grit Brown hat returned from Frank Ito Ind Be speaks In glowing terms of the Booster State Sheriff S G Elliott la preparing to advertise land and stock for salo to col leot unpaid taxes for 1003 Misses Lucy Bell Ada Bell and Olllo Itlce wbo were visiting hero returned to their homo at Duntwllle last Friday The county board of tupervltors were In session here last week and raised the valuation over 1500 on tax payersBro Montgomery tilled his pulpit at Bradfordsvllle Sunday while Bro W G Montgomery preached here morn lag and evening Everet Wesley Everet Godby Ben ry Wesley Miss Minnie Wesley and Mire Martin of Bethel Ridge entered school here last Monday Clay Adams and wife returned to Montlcollo last week after spending Xmas with friends here J H Payne of Esto was visiting his sister hero Prof I S Flanlgan has a splendid school with about 40 pupils In attend ance Miss Lela Montgomery opened a school with primary department last MondayW Wilkinson and M K Bum phrey were hobbling around last week with a sore foot each caused by step log on a nail and M K Is yet unable to get around much Mr Varney Tanner of McKlnooy visiting his brother Moso Tanner Luther Elliott James Cowden and Calvin Tucker left the alb to enter Lex ington Business College The Maccabees are much elated over their public Installation and banquet held here last Wednesday Nearly 200 sat at the banquet table and drank of the spirit of Its fraternal love and ate of their nourishments After the ban quet nearly 100 Knights returned to the Masonic Ball where Qvo strangers F P Combest F L Atwood T J Ben edict Coleman Sharp and J t Blank losblp were duly Informed In tbo mysteries of the fraternity and made mcm bore of the chivalrous order M F Elkln attended tbo Maccabee rally hero Wednesday aud took an active part in too ceremonies Every Knight was glad of his presence and was benefitted by his timely sugges dons Be left Thursday morning to attend a big Maccabeo gathering M Somerset Col Elkin whispered to his friends while hero that he expected to be a candidate for the democratic nom ination for State Senator next year bed It Is needless to say that be will make a clean sweep with his party In tbe State of Casey MORE WORK FOR INVENTORS With wireless telegraphy to stimulate the mind We ought to set to work at once nor rest until we Und A lot of undlscoyered things to ampli fy our joy And do away with many cares that bother and annoy A trackless railway route would save a mountain of expense A boatlees line of steamship too would surely prove Immense And let some mind evolve for us a go less kind of go So we can travel round the world y t stay at home you know And since It costs so much to live we scarce can save a ceotIA foodless dinner Is thing some genius should Invent And after that If we would have ex istence truly cheap Some grand philanthropist should make a bed Ie81 kind of sleep r Today the trouble is that things are as they have to be Whereas wed rather have them as wed rather have them see These verses seem so tangled that the author here explains Its all because theyre fashioned from- a brainless kind of bruins Nixon Waterma- nCongratulations Mr John II Cullom editor of the Gar land Texas News has written a letter n1 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 coup we have never been without It in the house since that time We have five children and have given it to all of thorn with good results One good feature of this remedy is that it Is nut disagreeable to take and our habits really like IL Another U that it is not dangerous and there Is no risk from giving an overdose I congratulate you upon the success of your remedy II For sale by W N Craig There are six banks In Mercer coun ty and their semiannual reports just made show them all to be In a prosperous condition The total amount of de posits subject to check of the banks Is 8553783 79 taWhendose of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and realize for once how quickly a firstclass up to date medicine will correct tbe die order For sale by W N Craig A coo ofJDEubnice Co lumbia was drowned In Green river HI 1 J iV George Howard Bruce of Danville who was at the Louisville yesterday will take a unique trip around the world beginning the journey next fall He Is going on board a cadet training ship and the voyage wilt extend over one year all the largo ports In tbe world being visited The ship which will make the trip Is being constructed by a large shipbuilding concern and Is almost ready to go Into commission She Is owned by a private school and the voyage will be just as a school on dry land classes being cooductod In the regular way The pupils wilt be Instructed In the practical operations of a ship and In addition will have tbo advantages of a trip around the world Courier Journal Found a Cure for Indigestion I use CJhambprlalna 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 uteri many dlffeient remedies I am nearly 51 years of age and have suffered a great deal from Indigestion I can oat almost anything I want to nowGeo W Em ory Rock Mills Ala For sale by W N Craig GOY Beckbam has named John G Evans of Morebead Rowan county as steward of the State Institution for Feeble Minded Children The appoint ment followed tbo declination of Ab Rhea of Uutaollvllle to accept the po sition ClMoGomack DKALKU Ix Staple fany Gro ceries Harness Jptoves Furniture Etc Etc Country Produce Wanted Hustonville Ky Notice of Election Regular Term Lincoln County Court held Dec 1419o9 Hon Jame P Valley Judge Presiding In the matter of the petition of Curtis Cover and others for a local option election in the Town of Crab Orchard Lin coln County Kentucky The written petition of Curtis Gover and others asking that an election be held in the town of Crab Orchard in Lincoln county Kentucky on the 13th day of January loaf to take the sense of the le gal voters in said town who are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spin tous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold barteredor loaned in said town and ask log 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 Qlh 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 gth day of November IQOJ the matter came on for hearing 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 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 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 preced ing general election and that the said pe titioners have in all respects complied with the law It is now ordered and adjudged by the court that an election be held in said town of Crab Orchard Ky on the 3th day of January 1904 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said town who are qualified to vote al- an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or note spiritoui tin ous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned therein and it is further ordered that the provision of the law under which this election is ordered and prohibition shall apply to all druggists in said town M S Haughman the sberilr of Lincoln county is hereby directed to open a poll at each of the voting precincts towit Voting Precincts Nos 1and 2 in Crab Orchard Ky on the I3th day of January 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 whether or not spiritous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned therein the provisions of the law and prohibition to apply to all druggists in said town CEO D COOPER Clerk Lincoln County Court A Copy Attest a t =c7 First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock JSOOOOj This Institution was originally established u the Deposit Hank of In 1111 then reorganized as the National Dank of Stanford In 1885 and again reorganised uthe First National lUik of Stanford In lass having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 year It Is better supplied now with fclllllls for transact tug business promptly and well than ever before to Ita long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited J R Paxton D Owsley S H Shanks W O Walker Coo W Carter n PretJ SInlordf LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 80000tDirectors Bnccetaon to The farmers Rank It Trust Company and under same man continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK Roping such business relations will prove b neflctal nO Start in the New Year By Trading With W B McRoberts Contra Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Stanford K- yNo44 errs ot nolmprortJ land In hoe fOURt tnll from btbol Suited ea Iron 5ieunhuln costa WU sell w eahg fu relit In Lincoln county No Smallfarm IT acn i Smiles tram hUn fard HOUMOI Ircl roams hark pureb sad veranda local turn act other bvlldlnc In tadrepair Cut misArise weUfennni se scree In ejultlritloa an urslD fruit trtfto rest In craic Ito eammlnlorrixUit baifiln andean tsoil It barilla QOM to school sad church Prlc SS per sets Land aJJotnheg Mid for ao sod I It ThUliabanriln Net a6scragoodlsndTvneteryIx room dwelling turoswokbeutr Vbol plush crue IIDd In roel llion Illc No liT room dU rod tellu and II Mm lied betcrfalllsg wall aod prirt rVodng In lair eundRlon CbNI phn elm to town Will nlt a smell family No W amsacnaolraalanJllaWrlanJ toes edlD ferry leanly Kr onilftn Via Crake trIUUanrol th Nrtt lark or Ktniucky rim Vour Tflrtofeoil carping In Ihtrknm tram a trot to1I fetl hirer lIulllbl to Ib mouth ol abort cretk A rallioaU It wrttfd within three mlki of uM property tbe tfaiUr consuls o f oakcte Tlutpirfcct Will wit or utharg en aty lrma- NoOIIA DIe lwe dory fight room IraM JwtlHil In Stanford HM two l telllldYlawlthconrrteBros iltcbrn nujro caMn on plt whiebrent lor IIlIr month Tbitwcllln rroti far 1IIr monlb Till properly to in goal nptlr endran t looubIor nltw Na70Fourureoflsdiota like so story six room frame denting la 31cKIODy waterworks in kitchen IDol family room Coati barn lid all nfrfMary oul1 1st well fn sod In gad repair ilMiwaiontcml IfiiO IDol nsttvely ne and weoniy attr tTM for lbwhole property No Farm ant splendid bli xriM hand In LI nroln rount Twostoryltoomstone mtdraa- StenabthoussarnromforoTir bead ol itockaod allotbtrnfcntiry outbulkllnp all In xoodri lr Clou lo nllroad asd In rood plChaiboahiWpureu cultivation rrtln Tail and IlinWr etc This Is in dd countrybeige u all conTtnlcocM on plus AIH red with II never fusing prlnpetc Piles rMMnt- blNoS7Nlrrottaj arm land wltbln Ic- mileeod Stanford In load repair f nelOf goal trcrlutlnx well eel good ellar heal barn will mokebore Ac Young orchard sod Bne vineyard fpltodld tare to rilM ftrdtn product to supply he town ITktSI200 Naafi90acres oflundonmile front Somerset KyrutlnMTenBeld Forty acrw In Collies lion arrra paitum balinc In tlintr Dtrlb leg contain seven rooms Larlt bun and all nee c ury outbuilding Penman bullJingsdopien did repair Well watered Jrlc No 11 ICOacrMOf lode Ford County Kaa ilx ullifrora ruined amli 1D1IlroQ Arkauua river Stteoty arrveof It river bottom It Ant ctsulurid anti In graa This hind Is for isle oraicli njc- rNo5lA hum of S00 um In Unooln county Three good dwellings a good bun and olb out building rich boux barn etc about lb center of 100 acre All on county rod t mil from church school and pMtolfire IAlell andw11 watered Tbl Ii a goml 10b 04 would suit two or thr mills that night want to com Iron the same nclthborbood fries reasonable No otortrraoldIIIDof ilx rooms two bail all other n outbulldlosti Abe large blacksmith shop and ahelt lull length of bop nod 10 feetwMc ThlI1II be sold at a very low price No 0t farm of IW arm four mile from Stan beet pike In the county well watered fencing rood dwelling fronts pit all nec urr outalltinge A rlolad blue grace trio I d onlJ mlnlllellrlo from fountyietl Owner nf tine larR adjoining this hit recently refuted III tier acre we ntt r tbla at = No SFlflT arm Deer Pleaunt Point Ky- Pram bouseen nsandareb tarn sodother outbulldlogi Sacrwln culll ration ret In Mm bar Well waleiwl Nq yard from potolHc wbool and church lays well on 1Iki and In good cow muolllrIIMO lot In Stanford BTeroftmihall porch In the rear good garden rood neighborhood cloeo tochurches aoU chool Good lor until fi lo lly rIce 342- 0No3liouseandlotlo Stanford house con sins live room load liable and5acreeofland well fenced One of IellINi bulldlDIC lola In town room enough In front for two other cottages or a story front l be built to the cottage and U mae besutiM born Will be sold chap u lb owner mot hare mone- yo12pwehllnq oftll roomlb1I and porch nrtteeaary outbulldings guea large two 1111llhstoreroom alto cistern and well on Ire Small lot tJulldlDIIIInand store over 11lOO Will tell both for I8M or separatelyNo mile of Crab Orchard Ky prick dwellings room two tenant houses two barns well and tprlng near dwelling Firm In high state ot culllritlon acre river buttoro land good fencing fruit tie Irlc 13730 an aero No H100 acre ol Und on Lancaster street In Crab Orchard oppoalt Springs In Till no proremmuezceptlargestockbern abuadane ot water IU In town lilt WWO J ti Lfwl5oru Officers J 8 HOOKER J J McUO W II YEA P field Danville T Harris 8lanfordIJ8 Mocker Stanford W P Walton teilngtOD K L Tanner McKinney M n Klmoro IL lUUKhnan T P JM Roblnion I H lUDchman W P Tate ACCOUNT mutually outballdlDIt U Officers SHANKS President 1 J R OVSLEYIW Righir DRUGGISTSTANFORD e 1m dwelNegtnlaM tkiiulih shop leeaet hwe Dahl ml antwar hmM lrrybUJing new and rnriog in IlndoovllNKyplate tei rtlly Wrtl at eark ltM end niteratbwtw Jr M1cesUtelstbeulyDanN s rotary ICe M Farm of IISarrMU Cawy aunty Two spry trim dwelling two good twrat elks tobmlandNo 1TmotttSatn In Jaw cwunl A olddlllegdalsirrodltlenbuilding In county ro d epleodld oteroiced dlnWIUIDlordsmall rotugra rood bin seal outbuilding well beboelIhtmust bus money WDbalDlllnl la repair rroducilt Dm schooland KrODgood birD an4 ore oulbulldlnc Musty acre in MeIschool eta Price only KCO mlain m Dee emery anlbulldlnn Bun tine bar 0 all in repair Has newly p114 and rover barnlotNo It 90S acres of land seer Cub Orchard cheep treelowsSyncIceliico twoglory taroNeethisWell house iry it also an open well tart stock InAnselbargain NW Farm of 135 tcm nftr nhI1 Nln andknringforprorlNo4 Two ttory Irani dwelling 7 room hall IngodUrobeireeitInIilbulldlnplfood milr IIwIIIDgtomenUve ly new within SW yards olhrN church onflketomulpurchuerNo S7Twoetory eight noon ham dwelling In TillItnhtanfordPropcity kn at door I MullM horn irk 41000 a l landinlugs2wellhoyardsplendidorcbardand 2 acm PrlalgoNaImrroIDolellaleredNo a9Twodocksofgoal sale For BrchangeNo 68 Ninety urn of land Deer Waynrtburg aoacmin timber dwellingant curia In bynerenlahlingapdng + r yeRIDDeyeasytermNo S14roool Mme roltiga and one acre o Und In Klngirlll Ky large barn amok house Uralr171ceNo auA lain of 160 acre frarn dwelling I outbuilding l stnsLeaplace for only 130 pr acre No M From hotel large room double tern storeroomfrontingbl lurnlhedIDdlarge barn on ume tot used u livery table fiend 200reetmoneyPoprlelor yrlOnfur farm In Lincoln county No 41eI acres near Jumbo 200 acrea In Iofthembarn blackimllhibopitabla etc Young orchard j Nre On county road and 300 yards from p o school church and In good r ruoaablfigure Lf- i i