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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d 2 r SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 15 19048 A M NO 91 11 RUBBLE George Owsloy lost a horse from lunj lover Wo regret to note the death of Goo Woodi mother Eld MoMahan of Somerset wll preach here Sunday afternoon Jack Yakoy and daughter bavo pom to housekeeping at the old homo again A P Sloan blpDcd a load of bay t0 Mootlcollo parlies last week at 114 D W Givens told some iboatt to Laotcr I S at 4a Mr and Mrs Walter Mulkey bavi returned to their home In Otceola Arkansas Robert McKccholo bal en ler d school lo Lexington Aunt Betsy Spoooamoro celebra ted her 85 blrlhdav Tuesday by enter ulntoR a number of relative and friend at an elaborate dining MII Jennie Cover of Uronston II with relatives hero Mr and Mra Tbo MoDeaih pave a handsome reception Wednesday evening In honor of AI Uanklo and bride Henry Wal tore and family have moved to lobo ON ley place Our Stanford pike is In such a borrl ble condition that people are havlnj to eo through the fields to got 0 church and the post onice Severa horse have choked down la the deal mud and tho fencing is to close tial tbo travel has to keep In the middle ol the road Since tho American Telephone Com psny has given employment to so man i In this vicinity money seem to bt plentiful This place U on a boom ant the next thing we expect U an electric railway from Chicago to Cbaltanoos Via Uubblo but whoa we behold the mud now on Stanford street our loath ere fall i Lee lUnkln U shipping a load of hay to Burns ldo atTOo U L Bubble t baok from the South alter Mllloi three load of muU and reports a good trade M U Eubanks sold ole gray bored to v tome Southern trader for ISA John Robinson has begun to deliver nil hemp sold some limo ago at IICO Kd and Van Keeton told their fat hog to Jobnion at 4o n DO NOT DOSE THE STOMACH Cure Catarrh by Naturos Own MothodEvory Broath of Hyomol Brings Relief Nearly every one who has c tiurh know how foolish It U to Ivyand sure It by drugging the Btosach Temporary relief may be given but a cure seldom cornea Until recently your physician would hue said the only way to cure catarrh would be to have a change of cllmtto but now with Hyoroel you can carry a health giving climate In your vest pocket and by breathing it a few minutes four times a day loon cute yourself The complete Hyomol outfit coal but 1100 and consists bf an Inhaler that cant be carried In the vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei Tho inhaler lasts a life time and if one bottle doesnot cure an extra bottle of Hyomei can bo obtained for 50 cents It U the most economical of all remedies adver tied tot the cure of catarrh and la the only one that follows nature in her moth od of treating dleea ei of the respiratory organ 0 L Peony has Bold a great many lly I omei outfits and the more he Bells the more convinced he U that ho U per fectly safe in guaranteeing to refund the money if Ilyomel doc not cure Told By Champ Clark hOld you over hoar of the preacher It who that the Joule tad Senate 111might hang together asked Champ Clark lilt comes to me this way Tho man of God was sending up a i petition that tbo lawmaker wo are the onesmight bang together that the times were trying and that united and concerted action were necessary for tbo good of the country At tbo point in bis petition to the Throne of Oraco whore ho liked that they might bang together a member of the con e gregation evidently a disappointed off 1Oco seeker said Yes and tho sooner better that Is lobo prayer cf all good peoole But my friend said the parson I dont moan as the brother doe I mean that they hang together In accord and concord No matter what cord returned etas member so Its a good and strong one1 Washington Time Domestic Troubles It U exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptures occasion ally but these can be lestened by having Dr Kings New Life Pill around Much trouble they save by their great work In Stomach and Liver troubles They not r only relieve you but cure 25c at A Pennys drug store yV Only 12 bodies of victims of the Clal lam disaster at Port Townsend Wash N have boon recovered This leaves a v list of 42 persons unaccounted for LANCASTER The Loyal Legion will entertain ill members Friday evening at the W O T U Room Mr Gertrude Embry gave a dinner putT Saturday evening entertalnlo friend of her husband The Christian Endeavor Society will entertain ILl members and friends Frl day evening at the Cbrltllan cburct Mra Ann Walker who was strlcke with paralysis last week at the homo of her daughter Mr Minnie Geiger somewhat Improved Hov F M Tinder of the Christie church has gone to Somerset to bold a series of meailng file pulpit will bo supplied during his absence In the nbionce of Rev Tinder tbo Christian Endeavor conducted prove meeting Wednesday evening aod nee meeting night the 0 W D M will take charge of the service Tbo exact amount of taxable propel ty In the town of Lancaster Is tU124 as shown by the reports of supervisor and aucMors The county report will bo publlibed as soon as It is made out The week of union service was close Sunday night ba united communion service at the Presbyterian church Rev Tinder delivered the sermon the other ministers taking part In the nor vice J11 Arnold ha told his farm of 124 acres on the Buckeye pike to Mr UUWCD for M030 Jas I Qamlllon sot- to Hobart Underwood a lot In the Us ken Addition for IftOO J D Bowei bought of J U Sunder a farm of 23 acres at 116 The water works system hay bee completed at a cost of over 124000 III capacity 10000000 gallons and If Lbll Quantity found insufficient the den U eo coBilructed that It can bs cbaog ea at a very small ont Mr Theodore Curry one of our best 101JuryCurrys already falling health make the accident moro serious Wn true be may soon bo out of danger Mr Maggie Gulloy of McCreary has announced as a candidate for flU perlntendentof public school subject to the democratic party The prelllDII IpcumboDt Mr Lewis declined to offer for the place again Miss Mlltle Dunn of Orvanuvillc has announced herself a candidate for county uperlotendoni of Oarrard or the democratic ticket She ii a elect of county attorney James I Hamilton Circuit Clerk J W Hamilton anc Thomas and Jack Dunn There Is much sickness la the com munlty cold are quite the order of tbo day a few case of pneumonia make the situation serious and then are tctllerod cases of mcatlcrand scar let fever Altogether this keeps the doctors busy and In good spirits The friends of Will Noel will regre to learn that he Is very III with typhoh fever Mr Moot wa reared In thli community and until recently be bill beeo living with his father In Call for ola Some months ago he returned 0 Kontnckyand Is now living In Dan vlllo 11 L Elkln has returned from At lanta where ho has been looking Intc the mule trade Ho reports that mules are advancing steadily In price and the market II fuller than It has been It year The activity of the market It encouraging to Kentucklans who ship to license bas been issued to Robert Clark and Mies Uurolce Broad Jut Mr Clark U the son of James Clark a wellknown fannar and pollil ciao of this county whb will make the race for jailer at the next election Li cense was also leeucd to Ed Johnson tad Miss Ida Parker both of this count ty Mr R E McRobert has been confined to his home with grip Thorn an epidemic of this disease in the com nunlty Mr T J Hatuhcr Is lo a very precarious condition and her ileath from consumption Is expected at toy time J M Logan has about re sovered from a badly sprained ankle rccolved the night of the banquet jjly an by the city council At the lust meeting of the ely board if councilmen Jai A Bcazlcy resigned and A R Denny was elected In his Head Mr Beazleye career as coup jllmao has been marked by devotion to luty and a fearlessness ot consequence rarely found It Is with regret that he tads his service with the council Im mediately after his resignation Mr Beazlcy was elected superintendent of ho water works system He Is now prepared to give rates on use of water for buildings both private and public Mrs Wm Cook will leave soon for Northern California to spend the win Ier Misses Martha and Helen Gill left Monday for school at Glendale Ohio Mesir Ed Ross Jobu Durnelde and Braobam Beaztey will leave next week for Si Louis to engage in business M118 Sallie Adams has accepted a poal tion In U a BktsonB dry goods store Mrs Lewis Walker In visiting her el tcr Mrs McDowell at Blloxl Mil Sbo was called there by the serious Ut nose of Mrs McDowell Wm Lush her brother accompanied her MIll Katie Katie Simpson entertained 10 honor of her pretty visitor MIl Poll Duano Traylor KINGSyiLLE Rev Davidson filled his appolotmen at the BijiiUt church Sunday Charles Smith will go to Virginia 00 a protracted visit to relatives It all been rumored too that bo has a bride awaiting him there Dn tester will shortly begin work on his concert hai although be ha been somewhat discouraged owing to many theatre fires of late But he wll have a genuine asbestos curtain tba will prove fire proof Dr und Mrs Warren of Pulaik county wore the recent guests of Dr and Mrs C M Thompson Mrs War ten was Miss Sella Isaacs a niece of Mrs Thompson Dr and Mrs Warren ware en route to Louisville wher the former will take a course of Ice tunes and the latter a business court at Bryant Stratums The work on the pond by the R R Co which commenced six or sevej months ago has been discontinued for awhile Too much water being tbe obstruction Mr Ferguson contract or will take advantage of the Intermission In the work and go to Scotlaui to attend the settling up of an estate IE which be has an Interest The Johnson have concluded not to gotoOrcgou Mrs 00 Ppnnyback er came up from Somerset Monday Edward Murphy Is quite ill Mr and Mra Joe Maylan have both been ill Mrs Sam Flint Is Improving Archil Francis le convalescing Mrl Charles Davidson and children wool to Burgle Wednesday to visit relatives Dr and Mrs Singleton of Waynes burg wero guests ot Mr J W Acton Mr and Mrs Adlai Glass wore guests of Dr and Mre J W Acton a few dayi since Mr W R Campbell of Lex ington is bore this week Mr C D Evans export machinist of Lexington is here Mr Evans who Is In the employ of Hodge Campbell was eerl ouily Injured sometime Mnce at the firms planning mill but his friends are glad to learn that be has recovered from his Injurlea Mr and Mrs Sam Cummins of New Albany Ind were recently the guest of friends bereMr and Mrs Ed Cooke were gueits ot Mrs Goo Klgney Mr C 0 Baker has re turned from Harriman Tenn perfect ly delighted with that enterprising young city While there he was the guest of Mr and Mr John Watts Mr Watts Is one of Harrlman plutocrat LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Eo H Beazley bought of I S Tlvls a horse for 1100 John Foster sold to J T Mock ofi Danville a walking gelding for S1G5 J C Bailey sold to T U Smiley ol Lexington for a fancy price lobo W H Traylor mare- Eightysix horse worth 50000 were destroyed by fire In the stock yards at South Omaha Nob Allen Keal has sold WI crop of 17 000 pound of tobacco in Fleming coun ty to H B Cushman at 10 cents round M J Farrls told to Ruble Bros of Garrard county 48 1000lb cattle at lie J L Jarvis sold 70 acres of land lying on Dicks river to Mr Floyd Wilson for 1060 Advocate E H Beazloy bought for W A Far rte of Memphis of Pipes Bros of Huitonville 11 extra good Southern mules at 115160 and of M S Baugbman 10 three year old mules at 1135 MILUOXAIBES 100At7rTh0 worn out stomach of the over fed mil lonalrc is often paraded in the public prints as a horrible example of the evils attendant on tbo possession of great wealth But millionaires are not the inly ones who ate atlllclcd with bad stomach The proportion is far greater among tbo toilers Dyspepsia and Indi cation aro rampant among those people and they suffer far worse tortures than the millionaires unless they avail them elves of a standardmediclno like Greens August Flower which has been a favorite household remedy for all stomach troub Cs for over 35 years August flower ousts the torpid liver thus creating ap ictito and insuring perfect digestion It ones and vitalizes the entire system and nakes life worth living no matter what your station Trial bottles 25c regular- Ize 75c At all druggists Do you have jny trouble supporting our family 3ambo No indeed Why boss Tie got ne ob de best wives In dli ere town1 Yonkers Statesman Mr Wm S Owoe of California Md uttered for years from rheumatism and lumbago Ho was finally advised to try lliamberlalns Pain Balm which ho did and It eOected a complete cure This inlment is for tale by W N Craig NEWS NOTES In New York City last week 239 pet loot died of pneumonia Murpby Davie an old and promlneo citizen died suddenly at Pinevllle Fire at Trinidad Col destroyed two big business blocks valued at 1100000 Germane smoked 368 tons of olgi relies last year as against 38 tons 10 New York magistrate sentenced a prisoner to five day in jail for eajln damnA In Idaho maqueraded as a man for 25 years Death revealed ber secretThree prisoners serving long terms escaped from the guardhouse at ForI Thomas tOne hundred persons have died dur Ing the present typhoid lover epidemic- al Butler Pa Henry Ford rode a mile on Ice on bll automobile lo 39 25 seconds near Now Baltimore Mich Fire partially destroyed the Stat penitentiary stables at Frankfort Tbo loss Is about 1000 Col Charles Denby of Evansvlll the noted lawyer and diplomat dIed suddenly at Jamestown N Y Fearing that his bank would be un able to moot cash demands of creditor a cashier at Slgourney la shot bin selfOne man was killed one perhaps fa tally hurt and another seriously lojur ed In a collision on the Southern rail way at New Baden III The drying plant and boiler room of MS Greenbaums distillery at Mid way were damaged by fire to the tJX tent qf 25000 or 30000 The will of Millionaire Louis C Van uxem of Philadelphia leaves 125000 to Princeton University and 25000 ti Jefferson Hospital Philadelphia Owing to tbo fact tbat there has 001 been a boating stage In the Big Sand for tome time there Is a salt and coa famine In the towns along the river Dowle takes the South to task for be ing too slow but If he carries out bli plan ot settling In It be will find It only too quick to detest a fraud Loulsvllli Times Blasts From Tho Rams Horn What God demands isai nothing to what Be deserves It Is a good deal easier to drop Into a rut than to rise out of It When you want to move an obstacle a push Is a good sort of a prayer now can the city smell sweet 10 loop ai the saloon sewer stands open l The man who thinks be Is drifting a1 pleasure Is really driven by passion Better a bare board with the blessing of God than his curse on a full ono Many people can criticise the Dumber who can create Is much smaller God Is never afraid of putting a life time of training Into an hours service The people lo the pews are willing to work If they can do It on the plat form Men who make a business of religion are not likely to mike a religion ol businessTo the courage of our Captain Is better than the courage of our con vlcllons The man who is always ready to ti per oft wears a ruddy taper on the end of his nose There Is no merit In making the dev II go to church when you take him in your heart The mao In the mirror Is the one most completely deceived bribe meek at hypocrisy Tho most painful thing about this world teach us the most precious hinge about another Destructive criticism withers where over the light of the Cross shines on he pages of the Word There would be fewer farewell set none If men preached as though each mo might be his farewell Pulpit alrguns am apt to watch the lolse they make Instead of the mark hey are supposed to aim at The refusal of the saloon to give sredltto Its own creatures is a plain iommenury on the character of Its lorkmanehlp CLIMATIC CURKsThe influence of lunatic conditions in the cure of con nroptlon Is very much overdrawn Toe oar patient anti the rich patient too caD do much better at home by proper Mention to food digestion and a regular uso of German Syrup Free expectora Ion in the morning is made certain by lerrnan Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless lights and the exhaustion duo to cough Ing the greatest danger and dread of the onsumpllvo can be prevented or stop tedby taking German Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to goo a warmer clime you will find that of tbe thousands of consumptives there the ew who are benefited and regain strength are those who use German Syrup Trial Bottles 25q regular size 76e At all drug lists j Happy As A Duck on a rainy day is the man wearing one of our handsome Rain Coats We have just received a new ship ment of these popular garments 1650 to 2500iTheYanswer the purpose of a light weight overcoat and are very com fortable for moderate wear when a heavy coat is too warm T Oe mILLER Danville K111 THE GLOBE How to Save FUEL Brief ly buy a i COLES HOT BLAST COAL STOVE It cuts the tool bill in two because It burns the gas arising from burning coat Gas goes via the chlmneyjln other stoves COLES HOT BLAST really makes J300soft coal work like fAOO hard coat Come in and see that smokeless teed door Does away with dust dirt and smoke in the house Our cuttlery has a great reputation in this neighborhood because while our price are cheap the goods are n- otaaasassas HigginsMKinneySole STANFORD KENTUCKY AIRTIGHT HEATING STOVES AT COST It will pay you to buy these and save them for next winter S H ALDRIDGEDe- pot Street Stanford Ky Invest In Paint t Paint on your buildings adds 10 per cent to your propertys selling value Interjor 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 fart ther and last longer than ever before Mastic Mixed PaintIs the paint to use In applying it you willtlearn that it covers more surface than other paints but you must wait about five ears to fully appreciate its QUALITY Pennys Drug Store 1Ky teclgersDo JCJioos J lenOs ei 9tc 1 W N CRAIG Pharmacist Successor to Craig Hocker STANFORD KENTUCKY Nice Home For Sale I desire to sell privately my home on the BuatonvilleMtddieburg pike 2X miles fiora Uustonvllle The house bas six room and U In rood repair Good barn and oth er outbuildings young orchard etc Lot contains six acres W H DADQETT 4t nujtonvtlle Ky t twiUMBRELLAS Rccofered repaytreda dmade almost a good as new for a mall amount I can trampreptrial Futmt ATKIICB Stanford THEINTERlORJQURNAL E Co WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR- I undlitt for Sheriff of Uncoln county subject to actor of toe democratic ptty GEO W DE BORD It a ciuldit for Sheriff of Uncoln county subject lo Ibe action of the democrdlc party- T JEFF HILL SR Ii ctnJIJite for Sheriff of Uncoln county subject to the action of the denocrntlc party JESSE C LYNN Is auadlitte for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to fb action of the democratic party DINK FARMER U a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to dM action of the Democratic panyIJAMES c HAYS tea candidate for Jailer subject to the action of aoaatlc party WI HERRIN h a candidate for Jailer subject to action of the aocra tic party SAMUEL M OWENS Ie a candidate for Sheriff of Uncoln county subJed to Ox action of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT It a candidate tot Superintendent of Public Schools af Lincoln County subject to to action of the demo mile party MISS KATE BOGLE lea candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools H Lincoln county subject to the aitlon of the demo crattc party HON D L MOORE of Mercer county Is a candidate for Congress In the Bfbth district to succeed lion G rt sub ject to the action of the Democratic party Your Slip port Is eamettly solicited THE expreeted purpose and Intention 1f the republican ndtnlnlntratton to promptly punish tboee wbo bave been Rullty of bribery and ewlndlmir dose not teem to be borne out In Nebras ka a republican Senator escapet conviction of cilmo on a time limit and re publican Senators In Washington both appose and resist an Investigation by Congress of the frauds and Irregular illei In the poslotllco department Republican honesty seems to be stricken with paralysis and there Is now every probability that the old cry of turn the rascals out will be effectively heard during the coming presidential campaign Toss first regular bill day In the Leg Itlature resulted In a flood of meas ures especially In the House There were about 150 bills Introduced In both Houses Including a number of the most Important measures that will oc copy the attention of the Legislators during the session Among them was a bill Introduced In the Rouse by Mr Johnson appropriating 11000000 for the erection of a new Capitol providing for an expenditure of 1350000 annually for lour year- eTnsState central committee should think soberly and prayfully before It acts The calling off of the primary In Lexington seems to be a highhanded piece of business and the chances are that democracy will suffer by It Better go slow gentlemen THE Democratic National Committee met In Washington Tuesday and see lected St Louis as the city In which to hold the next national convention 4 which Is called to meet July 6 Let Gorman of Maryland be nominated and all will be well Tne republican need not be alarmed over W J Bryan or Grover Cleve land The former could not get the nomination If be wanted It and the latter will not take It If It Is offered to himePOLITICAL Former Congressman Drlggs was sentenced to one years Imprisonment and fined 15000 Gov Beckbam appointed Mrs Eliza beth Walcutt matron of the Central Asylum for the Insane at Lakeland- A new committee to have charge of the fitb game and forestry Interests of the States has been created In the house A Brooklyn newspaper declares friends of the late President McKinley wbo oppose Mr Roosevelt are moving for the nomination of William H Taft for President The city democratic committee of Lexington met and rescinded its call 1 for a primary election The committee then nominated William Klatr for Rep resentative and a full city ticket The Ohio Legislature by a separate ballot lo the louse and Senate voted to send Marcus A Hanes back to the United States Senate The democrat ic mjnorlty voted for John B Clark for SenatorThe State central com mittee declared void the nominations made by the local committee of Lei ington and declared a rule by which elections of candidates must be made within the year of the election The Legislative grind at Frankfort was begun Wednesday by the favorable report In the House of a bill appro priating 175000 for a Kentucky exhib it at the St Louis worlds fair In the Senate a number of bill were Intro duced by consent but no other bust i ness was transacted y 4 As the result of the decision to bold the democratic convention In St LouIe W R Hearst has made arrangement to start a paper there The death of former Gov John Young Brown leaves five living Ken tuck exgovernors Preston B Leslie Simon Bollver Buckner J Proctor Koott Wm O Bradley and James B General Knox In rppljlnj to a resolution adopted by the House says be bas expended 125035 of the 1500000 appropriated for antitrust pros ecutions Be reviews the cases he has filed or caused to be Instituted and recommends a permanent Increase In the force of his department At a meeting of the joint democratic Legislative caucus at Frankfort a com mttteo consisting of four Senators and live members of the House was appointed to draft a uniform school book bill to be reported to the joint caucus the night of January 20 The caucus wee presided over by Senator G W Hick manIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John Dugan aged 42 Is dead at Per ryvilip of uneumonla The Q C Route has again Inaugu rated Us splendid Chicago and Florida limited train- William Newell Is dead near Waite boro Pulaski county Be ws one of the oldest and best citizens in the county One of the best wells In the big Rich land oil fields was struck on the Jones farm n i HJ Rlcnland Creek by the Knox 011 Co- William Lawson aged 05 the oldest citizen In Mercer county Is dead Be had been a member of the Masonic or der for 60 years Herbert Dllllon aged 15 son of O J Dillloo wbo was accidentally shot by the latter In Garrard a month ago died of the wound The public sale of a portion of the estate of the late Samuel Barding was held before the largest crowd that ever gathered to attend n similar sale In this city It took up the entire day and was conducted by Capt T D Eng itch In bis usual splendid manner It Is the consensus of opinion that every thing sold high The sale amounted to a fraction over 143000 The largest block of buildings located on Fourth and Walnut streets were sold to Mr M G Welslger for 112015 Sixteen acres of land Randolph property was sold to Mr Forestus Reid for 1150 per acre Forty acre of farm land Bruce farm was purchased by Mr J B Bar gate for 138 per acre Residence In Allln Addition went to Mr W H Pipes for 13000 Old Tompkins property was bought by Mr M G Waist got for 12400 and a residence on West Walnut street was purchased by same party for 12400 Danville News Pointed Paragraphs Happiness seldom comes to those wbo seek It on the run A woman without jealousy Is like a kite without a string There Is too much charity In this worldfor worthless people When a woman reads a historical novel she skips the history part Ignorance of the law should excuse a lot more lawyers from practicing It A man doesnt need a pass In order to enable him to pass by an opportunl tyIf t man Is bent on committing sui aide be can afford to be familiar with a muleMany a man who la offered the chance of a lifetime for a more song cant sing Why Is It that bablei are always con spicuous by their absence at a moth ers meetings Few physicians are equal to the task of curing patients who have cothlng the matter watt them Chicago News CRAB ORCHARD The biggest auction of the season of general merchandise will take place at Holmes store room Jan 19 and 20 Everybody Invited especially the ladles t am authorized to say by good au thority that the democrat of the East End will vote for R C Warren for county Judge to a unit and ask him to announce himself at once Miss Maggie Stephenson left Wed nesday for St Joe Mo to visit her un cle Mr Oysart aud other relatives Mrs Jane Buchanan and sons Andrew and Burch Buchanan returned home Tuesday from a visit to the Pacific coast Miss Sallie MciVVhorter opened a full school last Monday at the college A very i seCall I stuck to my engine although every joint ached and every nerve was ricked with pain writes 0 W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak and pale without any appe tits and all run down As I was about to give up I got a bottle of Eieatric Bitters and after taking It I felt aa well as I ever did In my life Weak sickly run down people always gain new life strength and vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by Penny Price 50 cents Eight persona were klllea and two fatally Injured aa the result of an elevator accident In the Brown Shoe Com ianyi building In St Louis Things for the Housewife A spoonful of kerosene added to a dish of boiled starch will keep the iron from sticking A tablespoonful of lemon juice added to the water In which rice Is boiling is said to aid In making the rice whiter and keeping the grains separate Aa experienced housekeeper says that a fork Is superior to a knife for cutting a steamed pudding or hot cake It separates without making heavy Do not turn griddle cakes more than once or they will be heavy For the same reason serve with the same side up as when removing them from the griddleGriddle cakes are much lighter when the eggs are separated the yolks being beaten to a thick cream and the whites which must be added the last thing to a stiff froth If It Is desired to heat bakers rolls leave them In the bag In which they came and twisting it up tightly place- it In the oven The rolls will plump up as soft and fresh as when first pur chased Saved From Terrible Death The family of Mrs M L Bobbltt of Bargerton Tenn can her dying and were powerless to save her Tke moot skillful physicians and every remedy used failed while consumption wee slowly but surely taking her life In this terrible hour Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption turned despair into joy The first bottle brought immediate relief and Its continued use completely cored her Its the most certain cure In the world for all throat and lung trouble Guaranteed bottles SOc And fl Trial bot ties freest Pennys drug store Yes I took out an Uncle Toms Cab In company last season and played to packed houses everywhere Impossible t With tbat old chestnut But I did It just the same Bow did you work It Gave em a production which guaranteed absolutely no Popsys Lawyer Markses or bloodhounds This season Im going to elaborate It leaving out Uoolo Tom and Little Eva and tilling up with a ballet and some Dutch come diane and one or two popular songs liMy father has always told me be gin Edgar that pretty girls make poor wives Now when I marry It must be a girl wbo Is not pretty at all but one whole possessed of the home loving instincts one who Is unselfish and Oh Mr Montgomery Edgar this Is so sudden but you may ask papa After deliberating three hours the jury In the case of George Bolland and Dick Carney returned a verdict of guilty and fixed their punishment at death They are two of the nine Ne groec charged with the murder of an unknown man at Pembroke Seven other Negroes Implicated In the murder will be tried at once Blunders are sometimes very expensive icailonllv life itself la the price of mlltake but youll never be wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pilla for Dyspepsia Dizziness Headache Liver or Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough 25c at all Drug Stores Smallpox Is raging near Campion Financial condition of th- eCity of Stanford Ky To the City Council of Stanford e rteI L R Hughes would lubrajt tbe follow tag as my report for the year ending Dec 31 1903 viz RECEIPTS Cash on hand Jan 19032083 09 Received from Licenses 1855 50 Tasea3350 30 Fines 188 00 Lincoln conty suit 636 8e93 70 EXPENDITURES Paid forcareofprlononI 77 80 salaries 183330 watjr andllght 3218 00 street work 1275 30 extra police 50 supervising 3300 miscellaneous fund 9811 bOlo drainage 200 asiesjors blanks 20 printing 2173 pauper aid 143 30 per cent fines 34 13 Iniurtnce 30 00 lumber 2003 sanitary work BOO fixing pump 823 II costa lu suit 933- lalance In Treas 2415 71 18693 70 ASSETS Fire department 11200 00 Interest In spare house 100000 Olty hall building 423 00 Cash on hand 2434 71 Duo from opera house 11000 13100 71 LIABILITIB3 Due W L it Ice Co for X yr rent 1623 00 Manbalfor collecting 71 Notover and above liabilities 3371 00 71 Respectfully submitted L It nnaucs Clerk Approved by council tart 7 1904 A Prisoner in Her Own House Mn W H Layha of 1001 Agnea Ate Kane Clty Mo has for several year been troubled with severe hoarseness and at times a hard cough which she says Would keep me In doors fords 1 WM prescribed for by physicians with no noticeable results A friend gave me part of abottleof Chamberlains ough Rem edy with instructions to closely follow tbe directions and I with to 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 have no bee itation In saying I roalno that 1 am en tirely cured This remedy is for sale by W N Craig FORRENT My store room recently occupied by Wm Severance Will rent for one or more year J D OWBLEY Engines For Sale I I have for tale four Traction Engine two 10bone power 11horna power and bone power All In good repair J N CABlITurnenTllle Ky FOR SALE IIWork mule for tale by tho head or In car load lots fat and ready for the market AddreM Pipe Bro Livery Feed and Sale Stable Iluitonvllle KyIA S PRICE Surgeon Dentist nanford Ky MMoror UcBobeiUDraj SlOb In thi Uwte- BiUdlnc Notice To Creditors I All persons owing tho estate of the late Dr lUwklnt Drown are rrqOMted to settle with tbe undersigned at once Those hold log claim agatnt nlll estate will prenent them properly proven to P M MoltolxrU attorney or J F 1KYTON Admr BUnfortl Ky HORSE STOLEN A bay mare about IS hands high year olds mark on let flank and hip caused bjr kick gray hales on rltht hind leg Notify mo Immediately and receive reward D T HUUMMETT Menousnnnu Ky JACK SALE We will bold our Annual Jack Sale at Danville on THURSDAY MARCH 3 1901 promteesKentucky FOX A LOGAN naYllleKy Sheriffs Sale For Taxes On Monday Feb 8th 1904 county court day I will between the hours of 0 A M anti 4 r M in front of the courtbouae door in Stan lord sell at public outcry the follow ing lists for 1003 taxes As fast us payments are made the names disap pear The amount set opposite each name include 6 per cent penalty add ed on Dec 1003 and cost of advertising 2 STANTOKDWlim Alcorn J II 38 acres 113 20 Dawes C D 25 acres 3 85 Gann II C town lot 2 85 Hiatt Mrs Nannia K town lot 3 00 Hoguo John A Jr one acre 3 05 Hubbard W A lot 6 Leasure Wm 14 acres 2 80 Lack 100 acres 3 00 McCarloy Mrs Ed 2 25 Martin T D Sr town lot 4 Melton Wm M 1 acre 410 Offerman John 121 notes 4 45 Ratnoy J II 80 acres 20 70 Robinson Robert town lot 4 09 Scarbrough John acres 3 70 Stone David E 180 acres 4 75 Walls John G lot 4 85 STANFOKD COWUrU Bailey Thos 41J acres e 5 40 Cnrr Harriett 14 acres 3 00 Carr Anderson 2 town lots 15 20 Coffey Peter town lot 5 G5 Craig Solon town lot 6 G5 Crow Johnson town lot 4 10 Ktnbry Belle lot 3 00 Gill Green lot 4 10 Grlgsby Jim Henry 11 acres 3 75 Hayden Tim li acres 5 Hays Will lotJ 415 Hays Fred 6 acres 3 80 Helm Ham S John 30 acres 3 00 Higgins Squire 1 acre 4 30 Hill Wyatt 1 acre 2 40 Jones Belle lot 3 55 Lackey Wm lot 7 25 Lee Sank lot 2 65 McMullen Joo Logan 26 acres 3 80 Moran Dock lot 3 55 Penman Eliza lot 3 00 Rout Dick k S H 30 acres 2 10 Rout Richard t aero 5 20 Rout Sam H i acre 3 05 Siinms Stun 2 acres 610 Smith Allen Jr 1 nero 4 10 Smith Bob 2 acres 4 Vinsen Frank Ii acres 410 Wade Annie 25 acres 2 65 Woods Shelby 4 acres 3 00 mas mJJlDJ A J 8 I 3 85 30 3 00 J M 1 acre 4 60 22 3 ro 65 4 85 70 2 05 W 4 10 350 7 G5 100 7 R H 6 4 25 81 2 W C lot 6 00 107 4 0 FO 4 25 4 in 01 100 5 16 16 acre 3 00 35 4 10 177 5 40 40 7 22 7 at 2 60 70 5 00 L Id 3 70 40 4 00 W C 80 6 2 30 80 6 25 60 4 Iii L it J fit 2 4 25 lot 2 80 aero L 2 2 20 J II 2 2 J W 121 I 3 85 40 5 60 85 8 00 16 5 16 24 6 W 25 6 61 100 13 00 II P 22 87 8 22 4 30 41 4 10 S C 15 50 20 3 75 fi lot 3 25 B 12 6 00 W D 200 12 30 J 83 4 60 W R 40 8 45 160 3 60 T W ft Co 10 nero 2 80 J II 122 bal 6 00 15 4 15 S II 2 4 15 D 53 60 L K P 00 0 00 25 3 00 J B 3 15 G H 141 7 05 J B Sr 4 83 B 15 4 15 J 10 4 15 10 4 40 lot 4 00 F S lot 7 10 W Jr 7 16 J S 15 3 00 J W 05 bal fi 60 J B 1 5 0 00 K 120 0 05 42 4 65 S M 35 4 30 Ed W GIG 25 4 40 47 fi 25 4 15 75 4 60 R C 67 4 Ell 2 65 J P 08 12 1C 10 4 00 J W 05 4 50 116 4 40 102 15 R 30 B W 150 8 10 G R 20 30 4 20 G A 40 7 218 14 05 10 4 00 the has come and It I ain evtrrif more for per cn 10 rent per can per can 10 to 25 J Eo M 70 10 to 350 per lb and ol all and of to eat to to and HUIget my Je W PERRIN The Grocer HeatersGet our prices Heat ers you buy from Xmas at LampsFew low prices JOHN BRIGHT JR CO OHOItAUDtWIIITK Anderson ncres Bartolls John acres hull Cbafpell Mrs Mattlo acres Coleman Skclton acres Daugherty Dan acres Daugherty 451 acres Dowoll Sim acras Elder John acres Frnslor acres Haggard lira acres 86- Hutchlnson Johnson Mrs Mary acrtw Laswull John acres Lttach Win acres Lewis acres Mouser Farugott Miller Win nol05 Minks Wm acres MoFndden Marlon acres Ranka Wm acres Scott Logan mares Stelnoggcr Arnold aunts Smith Joseph acres Stull Marlon acres Turnbull Bores 010 Wardlow Wm acres Willkopp John acres Wren Stephen acres CUAll OltCIIAHDCOUUlin Anderson 18 Beazlcy Elizabeth acres Guest Janie Hardin Jill 416 Let Mary acres Smith acres 60- VrAYNKSIIUIUI WHITK Aker acrcs Mon Wm novel Ball heirs acres t Bastin Saral acres Bastin James nerel2 tracts 65- Bastin Geo acres Bough lien acres0203 Baugh acres 405 Baugh Isaah acres Baugh Silas acres Bonson James acres Brown acres 010 Byrd Joseph acres 515 Byrd John acres Cash McCormack Chambers James acres ColTman acres Cogle Mary acres Cook acres Crayons Will acres Daily Dalgh acras Movil acres Doolln acres Dye Wm acres Falk Gco 11111 acres 460 Faulkner acres Fisher Gust acres Floyd 1 noroIFloyd acres Florence acras Gibson Wm acres Gibson Logan acres Gooch Ym acres Gooch Bud Gooch Gooch John 571 acrou 65- Grillln Squire acres 810 Harris acres Hawson acres Hughes acres Jnboz acres Jacobs Hugh acres Johnson acres Kensel acres 715 Leach Wm acres Lemons Wesley acres 65- Lochman John acres Martin and Owens acres McKee acres McMullen acres Miller acres Moore David acres Moore acres Moore Claus acres Morgan Wm acres Moylan Joe acres 010 Pratt acres Pulllam acres 410 Rector Thos acres Richards acres Riley Altha acres Robinson Wm acres CHRISTMAS HAS PASSED I And New Year with comes New lolutlons offer ing poiilble your money than Best Com But Tomatoes cent Dot Peaches cents Flour 25Ib auk ants Good coffee Fruit evaporated goods kinds thousands good thingS numerous mention Come and prices on bfore left CHAD Dethorldgo Rust Lawrence 105 acres 8 00 Shlflcy August 121 acres 6 00 Simtns lira G2 acres 3 00 Singleton Mrs Florence lot 4 66 Singleton Sarah 70 ocros 2 80- Sfogleton W II 69 auras 4 Smith Mrs Margaret 15 acre 2 25 Smith James 100 auras 0 40 Smith A W 8 acres 2 00 Stampkiy Gottlolb nstw 6 CO Stono Nod i aunt 4 IB Stull J F 18 auras 4 00 Stuck UT Mary 72t ffei 6 00tTrislor Maxwoll 60 aoros 3 Upthogrovo Goo It 40 aenjg 4 46 Walls L II aura 4 10 Ware W H 60 aero bal 2 00 Waters Klisaboth aoroj 3 25- Wheolden Joe 160 norud 7 White T W 76 DONS 2 60 W tlllams Robt 80 aorta C OR Wlnthrow J S 107 mores 3 06 t Wood J II 125 acres 7 00 Yocum Kills 14 autos 4 10 Young 0 M 76 acres 6 60 Young Kph 14 auras 4 69 Young A J acres G OS W A YSBUIIOCOLORED Owsloy Sarah 65 acres 310 MuwmNvIiL1WUiT- Aldrich A K 114 acres 35 17 Bastin Henry estate 6 morn 2 60 Brown G abo L 5 acres 385 Brown Ellen 4 acres 2 25 Brown Mrs Sallie lot 2 65 Burton A lot 4 j10 Carter II C 126 acres 3 85 Coulter John lot 11 65- Devora ti H D 72 acres 4 40 Fletcher Willie 10 IU 4 10 Florence Jesse I tI4a 6 60 Florence Jim 10 3 8fi Gooch Geo W 4 acrex a 4 CO Green River Valley LandJTciCo 60- Hacklcy SOI acid 2 40 IIoup W 11180 acres 4 5Jackson Wm lot 1i 440 Kennedy Wm acres f 3 00 Lockridge Mr Annie B lU 20 10 Lucas Walter and Wallac23 a 6 10 McGowan Joo 62 600 Nail Mrs Salllu lot 5 00 h IIJ Owsloy Mrs Virginia lot 21 15 Popo Mrs Ncttlo B lot acre 1 8 05 Reynolds John lot 4 10 Reynolds Milton 200 acres G tfi lRussellRussell Stevo 10 acres 4 70 Shrcne W Plot 6 10 Trmty Mattio acre 2 20 Trusty Goo M 2 acres 3 70 Vanflict and Hill 10 acres 0 05 Vaught D lot 7 00 Wilkcrson Samuel lot 3 85 IIUSTONILUOOLQIIEO Anderson Minerva 7 acres 2 20 Bailey Tom 3 acres 3 711a Bright Iattlo 8 acres 3 65 t Brown TInsloy lot bal 3 00 Carpenter Goo Hrs 40 acres 2 85 Carpenter Jako lira 1 ooro 2 66 Cloyd Murlnh 3 acres 2 60 Cloyd John Lucas 1 aero 3 76 Collins Harriet 6 acres 106 Cooper Dick lot 4 rio Davis Ed lot 6 55- Deathcredgo Howard 2 acres 4 10 Dryo l toro lot bal 3 64 u Frye Bottle acres 3 40 Goodo Wolf acjru 4 85 Helm Tom 5 acras 15 fHubbleMasterson Wilson 2 acres 3 80 McCormack Green acre 3 85 McKlnnoy Camjiboll acres 4 00 Morton Juno 3 acres 2 55 Oliver Charlie 7 acres 4 Rifle Henry 0 5 acres 4 40tRlperton Jim Hrs 1 aero 2 Rosy Henry lot 4 85tSteele Chas 1 acre 4 Vardcman Annie lot 2 MJWade Dulphla acras 4 00IWeatherford Kittle lot 5 10IWoolridge Poser 1 acre 4 10 M S BAUGHMAN JJ Sheriff of Lincoln County t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 8xurroiu Kr JAW 15 1W1 In filling jour prescriptions we use the right modlolnei In tbo exact propor tloni and with proper care We ooul mot do better It jon paid ui double the price which Is always reatooable Pen rays Druz Store PERSONALS Miss LULA CilRlBMAN hai been quite sick MR D O IORTMAN of Liberty was here tbli week looking for a farm k DR W A DROWN of ParkiTllle was with nU relative Dr E J Drown MR 8L BABTIH a prosperous coal operator of Laurel was hero Wednci anyrMR M F ELKIN of Lezlogtoo was eo yesterdaya train en route to Ltv IncstonI BBNTOM of Orodbead wai here this week to tee one of Stanford pretty girt D L WILKINSON of New Decatur Ala U with hit brother Ed and karrank Wilkinson MR I D AUSTIN the deter Bus lanvlllo blacksmith orders his paper scot to BcdgeTllle- MR W B BODDLK of Eubanki spent leyeral days with his sister Mn Oarlaod Singleton DR E J BROWN leaves today for Ikstern cities to take a special coune In medical surgery Miss MADIK RELY who has been with the Misses Beck has returned to ker home In Louisville Mr 8 R COOK who has been sick for same time U some better but It still confined to his room Miss KATIIARINK BADOHMAN of Stanford U tUlllnj Mr Montle Pox fewdayAdvocate1ite handsomer daughter MI Jimmie Carr of Leban u aro with Mr Ed Wilkinson f U G LUTES has rented and moved te the farm of Mr S H Ilaucbman t a nllle from town on the Somerset pike A 0 MARTIN of Paris was called iwto the sick bed of hiseon Walter Mar tin who bu pneumonia Soroenet- I Journal i GRANVILLK OWENS of Brodhead passed through to LouliTllle Wednei- r lay where he will buy I stpek of cot lit caskets etc MISS BELLR ROOT who has been III at her brother Mr AO Root coo douei very tick A trained nurse from LouliTllle arrived Wednesday to watt la her CAIT TUOMAS RICHARDS will the 11bWe bad hoped that be would return to Stanford Miss MATTIR MAR LRAVELL of qryanuvllle arrived here yesterday She will take a course In art at the r nagoriuanCaBpb n college Lexing ton Democrat IN remitting for her paper from Mt Yeroon Mn Angellne Renner say I have been a subscriber ever since the I J has been In existence and I sin not do without 1It MR W W LYON orders bit paper eat to Augusta Kansas and every person In this section who know the splendid gentleman and his excellent wife will regret that Kentucky baa lot them LOCALS READ the real estate column this It U0SODA three pounds for lOo at J T Jone THKRR aro 311 r enrolled at the Graded SchoolS- EVERANCE tt SONS and Cummins lUoClary are Invoicing their stock TUB date of Mrs Goo Picket lec tire here has been changed to the week of Fob 22 FOR RNTlIoulo of ilx rooms with all modern conveniences All necessa rvputbulldlnBi J T Jonesa YOULL save money by reading John Bright Jr JtCoa advertisement tftCh Issue and this time especially YOUR attention u called to tbo tale advertisement of Mn Sallle W Goode administratrix of John 8 Goodo The sale occur Saturday Jan 23 at Bus tODVlllO SHERIFF M 8 IJAUUUMAN edits say tral columns of this Issue and will con Untie to do so once a week until court lay In February Read his department and sea what kind of an editor be takes n THERE will be an entertainment la the Graded School Auditorium on Fri lay evening next 16 at 7 oclock Tbo Story of Jonathan Tbo history If the United States toM In romance by the puplla ot the Fifth Grade Ad Mission 6 and lOc THE Lincoln County Medical Socie ty will convene In Stanford at Ur Pay ton l oDloe on Tuesday January 10 Dri Reid will present a paper on Treat tent of Pneumonia Dr Pitman Croup Dr Steele Bailey Therapeutic Proportions of Digitalis m SMALL farm for rent J L Motto art PICKLES bottlemodbulk at J T Jones AFTER three days of dreary weather It I again clear and cold BUY the genuine Oliver plow and polo from Biggin fc McKtnney FOR BENT A twostor frame house on Danville Avenue Ap ply to J D Byran Stanford Ky THE old your U oand the new one bu come Carson Si Pence want what you owe them and take this meth od of 10 Informing you Tine board of eon ttlll In teflon and will likely be until late tomorrow afternoon U look like the ratio will not exceed 150000 AN examinations for applicants wbo have completed common school courses will bo held In my office Jan 20 and 30 1004 G Singleton superintendent MONEY Supt Garland Singleton has received a draft for the remainder due the teachers of this county and will pay It to them at his oNce hero next Saturday20The election held In Crab Or chard Wednesday to decide whether or not whisky should bo sold resulted In a victory for tbo wets by a majority of 20 Saloon have been running there for several years AUCTION Mr S B Levy will bold a twoday auction In George Qolme toreroom near the Crab Orchard depot on next Tuesday and Wednesday Jan 10 and 20 at which time some rare bargains can be obtained Col J P Chandler will be the auctioneer HON J M ALVEKSON of Lincoln offered a resolution Inviting Senator Arthur P Gorrooo to address the Ken tucky Legislature It lies over but U will probably ba adopted and an effort will be made by Mr Alteron through some or the Kentucky delegation at Washington to have Mr Gorraoo ac cept the Invitation OLD BOUSES gentleman from the South Ecd of the county tells ui that there are three very old horses In his section all of which are doing bard work The oldest 30 year Is owned by James Fletcher the next Is 29 year the property of Dude Coulter while Mrs Eliza Tomb has one 26 years old that Is as lively ai a yearling yTot First National Bank elected the old directory Tuesday except that Mr J M Pellui was chosen to succeed Mr W P Tate who resigned and Mr Ed Carter was added to tbo list Mr Samuel T Barrl was made vice president and the present officers were elected for the ensuing year The Lincoln County National Bank postponed the election of It directors for a few week TilE quarterly meeting of the Cen tral Kentucky Medical Association will be held at The Gibber In Dan villa on Thursday January 21st be ginning at 1030 A M The discussion will be opened by Dr Spurgeon Cheek of Danville with a paper on The Treatment of Dlicasn other than by Remedies Report of tbo section on Progress of Surgery and Surgical Pathology will be made by Dr J B Kin nalrdof Lancaster Oiltl Media Acute and Chronic lu Causes and Treatment will be discussed by Dr J D Jackson of Danville The annual election of officer will be bel- dWooDAt930 Wednesday morning Mil Thomas E Wood one of the belt women In this lection breathed her last and tbo spirit returned to the God who gave It An aged husband and five children John W Wood of Gar rard Mre B G Fox dt Danville Ceo T Wood of this county MrI J 0 Lynn of this oily and Chief of Police Logan W Wood of Danville aro loft to mourn tbo loss of a loving wife and Godly mother and In their Irreparable lots they have the sympathy of friends everywhere Mr Wood was 02 year old and bad been a member of the DIp tilt church for many long years In her palmy days she was a splendid cburcb worker but 21 years ago the suffered a stroke of paralysis and since then ibe bad not had good use of her left side and was compelled to sot aside her active duties In church anti at home Lator she suffered another stroke and the third and fatal one came about a week ego Deceased was a daughter of Mr John and Aunt Nan cy Pope of Boyle county and she was a kind hearted charitable woman Those wbo know her well lay a boiler woman never lived and that to know her was Indeed to love her There scarcely ever lived a more affectionate couple than Mr and Mrs Wood and now that bU life companion the true wife In prosperity and adversity has gone hence the splendid old gentleman Is crushed by the blow which we fear will materially shorten his days May the good Lord give him abundant strength to bear tho blow ho baa re calved The remains wero taken to Danville Wednesday afternoon and at 2 oclock yesterday afternoon funeral services wore held at the home of Mr B G Fox by Rev O M Huey The burial followed ID Bellevue cemetery BANANAS oranges Malaga grapes apples lemons etc at Jones d Coi TUB Ladle Aid Society of the Bap tilt church of Crab Orchard le ed to meet at Mrs Barrl residence on Saturday afternoon ai 2 oclock Important business New members aro Invited and solicited Mrs J F nol dam ooy THE following bill ave Intro duced by Mr Alverion Represents live from this county Providing for the election of councilmen from ward Instead of at large In cities of the fifth cUss aid prescribing certain qualifi cations for service To reduce the State tax rate from 60o to 48io Defin lOll vagrancy and providing punish meot therefor UNDER a good cut the gentleman the Louisville Tlmee says Judge M O Saufley of Stanford who Is being urged by many distinguished friends and admirers lo become a candidate for the appellate bench to luccced Judge Burnam has served In high positions After rendering gallant service In the Confederate army ho chose the legal profession and hie brilliancy gained for him the placeof United States judge for Wyoming under President Cleveland first term and later circuit judge for 12 years In the 13tn judicial district of Kentucky Do is eminently qualified for tbo place aid hls announcement will probably be made within tbo next six weeks THE STORY OP JOUNATIIAN The blnory of the United States told In ro mance by pupils of the Fifth Grade at Graded School Auditorium this Friday evening Jan 15 at 7 P U Ad mission 5 and 10 cents Program John aitaant Ancestors Alfred KaUor Cnaracior and first work Vera Totten Investigates Further Elizabeth Baugh mm Occupies Territory for Bis Moth er Eugene Goode Builds a Cabin Lea lor OBaonon Defends ills Mother Estate Charles Downer Fall In Lou with Liberty Sallie Burdeite Out Plano Misses Pence and Brady Ma ternal opposition Jesse Massey Pro pose lo Liberty Dora Pence Marries Liberty Josephine Brady Bard Times Moses Cooley Establishes a postoffice Bobon Campbell Cabin too Small Tool Bright Invents a Cotton OlD Thomas Shelton Buys a Farm Teddie Bracketi Looks over his New Posses stone Mary Burdelle Builds a Steam boat Barry Elcbenberger Ills Mother Meddles Cora Nunnelley The Dance of tbo Brownies Mandolin Mies Margaret Lewis and pupils Builds a Rail road John Carter Ills Flag Azalea Baley Symptoms of Disease Barry Hughes Studies Electricity James Greer A Soothing Potion J C Rey colds Adopt Texas and bas Trouble With Mexico Warren Eubank Johns thans Fences Alice Akin Dr Omnibus Dill prescribes Bodle Lee Bero Prostrate Surgeon1 knife Walter Mllburn Establishes Communication between children and their Grand mother Lynn Burdeite Danger from Intemperance Pearl Campbell ills Disobedient Children Bernice Mo Quire Entertains the World Mattle Wllcher Adopted Daughters Ltsia Holtxclaw Star Spangled Banner Oat tie Rico View on ills Estate Bessie Lanham BI MUilon Elizabeth James u CHURCH MATTERS Panics caused by alarms of lire oc currod In two Central City churches Monday night Rev W J Mahoney pastor of the acceptedElder E R Guilders of Troy Mo bas boon Installed at pastor of the Christian oburch at Mlddlesboro Rev LaBacb of Crlltenden Grant county will preach atithe Presbyterian church Sunday morning and night Rev Matt A Hart one of the lead log ministers of ibe Christian church Is dying at his homo lo Fulton Mo Rev 0 M Buoy has closed his meeting at Mt Vernon Had weather has tened Its close There were eight ad ditions Rev F Warren Beagle a pioneer Baptist minister and well known thro out the State died at bli home near Stamping Ground Owing to the Insufficiency of exits the handsome South Congregational church on Drexel boulevard Chicago has been ordered closed Dr Wilbur F Sheridan one of Lou uvula most prominent pastors hOI accepted a call to the Mt Yernon Place Methodist church of Baltimore Ho resigned from the Trinity Melho Hit church MATRIMONIAL Tbo Pulaski County Clerk Issued Icecses for the marriage of 333 white couples and 23 colored couples during 1003 The funeral of tbelute John B JOIerIllylo statoat too Capitol building and was viewed by hundreds of Southern people Some pathetic scenes were witnessed at the bier a The funeral of former GOY John Young Brown took place at the First Presbyterian church In Henderson on Wednesday afternoon When bilious try a dose of Chamber lain Stomach and Liver Tablets and realize for once how quickly a first clsse up to date medicine will correct tbe die order For sale by W N Craig IOeo Stephen D Leo who luccced Gen John B Gordon ai Com mander of the United Confederate Veterans will establish general headquarters at Columbus Miss Col Charles Denby former miniate to China died In Rochester N Y NOTICE I I will be In McKlonoy each Friday to DUY and PAY CASH for All Kinds of LUMBER A B AUSTI- NSpectacles Lost I DecLost In MeKlnnev on a pair of gold finished spectacles Frame hooks over tbe ears very beavv frame Double leo Wedeklnd Optical Cos name on the case Will py 13 for their return In good shape J B McKlnney IfcKtnoeyKy BOB QUIS 66749- A J 00- I will stand the above splendid Jersey hull t my place near water at f160 la advance Return privileges permitted J 0 OAMEN130H Ky Produce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you the best mullet price for your Poultry Eggs Feathers Hides u Brats Etc Call at- NOBTflCOTT A THOMAS StanfordKy A Small Farm For Sale p 0TI will toll the farm ot McBoberts decd In front of the court house door on county court day Feb 8 1004 It not sold privately before The farm contains about 20 acres of land house and outbuildings and Is situated 2X miles north of Stanford on Hawkins branchJ O FKtTII Agent for O T Mclloborts1 Heirs Farm For Rent On Saturday Jan Ittb on the premllel I will rent to tbi highest bidder my farm at HustonTlUe Ky of About acres Hang log Fork bottom land for the year 1M4 18 acres now In nice timothy meadow balance to go In corn and oats Una VA OWSLXT Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Salt will sell privately will also tell a 15 horse power engine and boiler All In good repair nell nt a bargain to close up buine s Will take part pay In lumber POWELL BWKKHET Stanford Ky The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOABS Proprietor Electric Uthtt In every room Refurnished and under entire New Manirtnent Dob the favorite porter nttts all trains Large Well Ixhted Sample Room E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford POSTED strictlyiforbidpassing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of tbo law T A Rico Dr J Q Carpenter J M Carter Br W B Amon George Holme JO Teal p W Garter Fred VxnQrnenlgan J Nevln Carter Fred VonAllnmn Fred Dauman Albert VonOruninlgan J 7 Spoonarnore T M Holmes H V J B OumenUch Peter lUlmer W H Johnson Mn Mary Olveni David Stephens jamei M White and wife E V Oars ie U T Hawkins Mrs Mary B Welch dDIN1 RATRIX SALE a As Administratrix of the Personal Estate of John S Ooode decd I Will at His Late Residence Near Uuitonvllle Ky and on Saturday the- 23rd DAY OF JANUARY 1004 publlcatly offer for salo the personal prop erty belonging to the estate consisting In of aged marts twoyearold cult I weanling colt 3 miles threeyearold Jenny 5 hogs shotguns Winchester rlflaj 33tbocki of corn 1 buckboard I cart buggy and harness machlnet elf rake and many other agricultural tools and Impllmonts lot of carpenters tools and a variety of household goods and furnish log1 barrel of vinegar Sale will begin at 030 a m TaRMt500 and under cash exceeding this sum a credit of 3 months with appro ed personal surety before property ls re moved 8ALLIF W OOODE Adnjx First time we ever found it hard to giye something awa- yTicket 3494 Draws our 7500 Davenport Bed Holder of this ticket will please bring it in We wiltiwait until February 1and if the lucky ticket is not in by then we will have another drawing Keep your tickets They still have a chance tf tf t ti Cummins a McClary Our StockFor the present year will not beas large as some in the State but it will be found to be the Best Goods manufactured in the United States CRITERIAN CLOTHING for men are per feet beautiful fullcurved shoulders patent fronts to prevent breaking STETSON HATSthey need no comment every body knows they are tho Best Soft Hat in tho World The FOUNTAIN SHIRT I believe hardly has an equal for neatness and beauty of pattern and comfort of fit in Madras Linen and Silk The WALKOVER SHOE for men is anew line with us but it is a good oneono ol the beet adver tised lines produced in the United States The Mantis Hdckcr Bootee Shoe you all know I have sold them for 20 LEVELBESTfactured today for Honest Hard Service ULTRA Shoes for Ladies are the only Shoes that I know with heavy but at the came time quito flexible cushion insole so constructed that they cannot stretch out of shape Orenstein Rice Neckwear U made of the Best Silk closely woven to prevent the beard from picking it The Celebrated HARRIS Suspender is in a class into itself and their 25c and 60c goods are simply ClOut of Sight when compared with others In fact wo buy the Cream of liens wear and ask you to examine us from time to time and see if these statements are not all trueITerms Cash H J MRoberts Nineteen Hundred And fourwardI Is our watchword for the new year The INTETJOU JOUKNAI 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 tho 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 EO we had to have more space both for the comfort and convenience of 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 promisQ you better ser vice than ever before Remember it is the customers pleasure and convenience first with us Use us use our store use our goodswe will give you your moneys wo- rthSEVERANCE SON COME And see this before you buy You get in this a slack or coke or trash burner It is an Airtight Hot Blast combined Too much can not be said for a Stove like this Geo H Farris Co r Stanford Kyj THE JNTFk1UHJUURNAL Jtnttred n the post oO4ce at Stanford at i toil alter hbtS WoTu0ap ass ar sittwYw- e1 PER YEAR CASH a4 w1IlIlIot lopttdmaoo win bchaned KNOXVILLE DIVISION 24 Tr la going North l04pm 310 e m emeMo23 nJ H IOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STftBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on ns on Depot Street Also Deniers in coat Darjl Traitor DttMB IS Whisk BrandrWInes Beer Gloars Etc I Carpenter House Close to STANFORD KY but the bei Prompt eni polite attention Nothing receive to drink phone cr telegraph orders prompt attention Bg C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Goods Warranted J Fit GuaranteedGive a Call I JDWeflrcn Fire and Tornado Insurance Represents The Home of New company In the world Assets 12 u regards policy holders Farm property In- Boyle Casey Garrard and cola counties Phono 21 Stanford RB MahonyInSUranG6 insurance flgent 1943605869 Kentucky I Solicits a share of Ibe patronage or the property owners r counties IIntoln and be seeking in urenOOwagainst lire Lightning and Tornado None but the and best Old Line Com panics represented and the low ret rates are guaranteed Phone S2rStanford Kentucky al TH7S7S A Presidential Year and you m- ustKEEPPOSTED The way to rfothU ti to read tbe WEEKLY COURIER JOUItNAL Henry Watterson Editor Twelve page Issued every Wed neadayS 1 A YEAR Revenue Reform Social Reform Moral Reform The OourlcrJournmllllluel the best ee Altranae published Send 25c for a copy by matt OOUUIEUJOUBNAL 00 Louis yule Ky Oy a special arrangement you can get the iINTERIOe JOURNAL I and the XVBRKLY OOUUlEUjOUUNAL botfa one year for only tt 89 tBI LGXIDGTOn D moAt Is the only daily Democratic i Vapor published in the- Blue Grass region Subscription Price 5 a Year It U especially dovotcJ to the Interests of C3 the Democratic party and gives all the news without fear ora vor W P Walton Editor 5 Pror LexinAton Ky i d W Wallace Zl Son FucyIStanford Kentucky ReA JONES DENTISTStanford Kt Offlc over lligglofl A McKinney Store Telephone N 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary tropen all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic disease and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profess atonal bills lue when services are rendered and must b paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE s W BZJBIE X SN Prom JUNCTION CITY KV FlrstOlasa Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Bale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately mr farm of 130 acres on the Liberty 2X miles from Hustonvlllo It Is In grass and the land Is fertile and In good shape It has on It a good house ot i rooms a tenant house two OCk barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address n W mae Jr Tyrone O T or call on J r Rife Huston yllleKy LUTES BOONE 8 CO Roal EstatoAgont8 Stanford Kentucky AU wtsblng10 or sell farmspersona will do to see us have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farm tor sale and will be pleated to show anv one what we have U you desire to soil Livery it in our hands Office at Boone Stable Stanford Ky J+ G+ JY1cC LMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealearln SABITESS SADDLESY SeO Stanford Ky J L Beazley 6 Co Undertakers and Etnbalmors ALSODC1UII IrurnItureMattingeRugsThey kinds Stock a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY GEORGE I Ne GILLOCK Up 11o Da- teTONSORIALARTIST nustonrllle Ky Has removed to his new andelegant ly fitted rooms next door West of the I 0 Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so licited PREACHERSVILLE We are Informed that MIN Rachel Foley who htti been Ill It tome bettor Rev Jordan pastor of the Methodist church preached Saturday and Sunday to good crowd Webb Funlkoer who li moving to Corbin sold last week to Sweeny Mor gao 10 hoc at 31 j Two members were received la tho- M E church Sunday Master Johnnie Dell by baptism and Mr Grove C Kennedy admitted Your Bret editorial lo Tuesdays lIs- per voiced our sentiments exactly It has the approbation of all rightthink log people everywhere After prayer meeting was over Wed needay night tome of the young folks enjoyed themselves skating on Rajrana pond John Andoraon formerly of Cor bin but now of this place held the light and for this he should be voted by the skaters the moet popular man In town Miss Rand McKonzle of Rowland has been visiting her aunt Mre J J Thompson John W Cummins was over from Lancaster Saturday to be with his parents Gene Sutton and Mike Kennedy and wife wore at Rev Jordans Sunday J T Blngaman and wife were at J K Buttons Riddles And Things Can April March P No but Juno MayWhy docs a puts purr For an obvious purpose Wden la a turkey like a ghost When be is a goblin When Is a man thinner than a lath When he Is aehavlnrr What soap lithe hardest Castile caststeol Exchange When does a chair dislike you1 When It can not bear you When does bread resemble the sun When It rites from the yeast What Is better than pretence of mind In a railroad wreck Absence of body Why would a pelican make a good lawyer Because be knows bow to stretch his bill Why tbOKTternooD the best time to drink tea Because when you take the tea away night Is nigh Why was the whale that swallowed Jonah JIlco the milk man who made bit fortune Bo took a great prophet out of tbe water Eskimo Tastes There Is certainly no accounting for tastes and surely the strangest is that of the Eskimo Tallow Is their candy It is put up In bright red packages made out of the feet of water fowl The women cutoff tho red feet of this bird which Is called tbe dovekie draw out the bones and blow up the skin so as to make pouches which they Oil with the reindeer tallow for their little folk None of the food that tho Eskimos eat teems very Inviting to us but they are extremely rand of It and are very apt to overeat It Is said by explorers who have gone Into Greenland that It Is no uncommon sight to see an Eskimo man who has eaten an enormous meal of the raw frozen flesh of the reindeer teal or walrus lying on his back and eating blubber until he cannot move Congratulations Mr John II Cullom editor of the Gar land 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 was subject to croupy spells and we would be very uneasy about him We began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in 1887 and finding It loch 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 that It is not disagreeable to take and our babies really like it An other is that It is not dangerous and there is no risk from giving an overdose I congratulate you upon the eucceas of your remedy For sale by W N Craig was putting In a day on a railroad train lo the West said the Chicago drummer and as there were but few passenger and If was a long day I spent most of It la playing cards with and talking to a young man who tried to render himself agreeable In return When we reached a certain town he got off while I was to go on 10 miles further At parting be offered his band and said I have bad a pleasant day thank to you and I hops we will meet again Cant you run over tomorrow about 10 oclock 4 Any special reason I asked Well my brother Jim is tobe hung hero tomorrow at 10 and that Is what brought me dow- nChamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The uniform success of this remedy has made it tbo moat popular preparation in use for bowel complaints It Is every where recognized as the ono remedy that can always be depended upon and that Is peascnt to take For sale by W N Craig A rich vein of gold has been discov ered on the TennesseeGeorgia border near Chattanooga and the oro Is said to yield 12000 to the too and to be un limited In quantity Sentence Sermons Truth abhors tricks Love needs no label Tho upright go right up Helpfulness Is happiness Strength has little need of style Information precedes reformation He makes no mark who hasno aim God measures by motives men by mistakesThe holds no failures to the eye of faith God never forgets the man who for gets himself x Fast living makes Ust links In tho devils chain A mans prospects depend on tbo things ho respects There Is good In all to the man who Is altogether good Chicago Tribune Found a Cure for Indigestion I use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets for indigestion lend find that they suit my case better than any dyspepsia remedy I have evor tried and I have used many dlffcicnt remedies I am nearly 51 years of age and line suffered a great deal from Indigestion I can oat almost anything I want to nowOeo W Em ory Rock Mills AU For sale by W NI Craig Possibly the only child In the United States who can boast of a great great grandmother Is David Ross Chambers aged two who resides with his parents at Busbnoll IH This grandmother thrice removed Is Mrs Nancy Bond of Warrqn county III and who is now In her 07th year Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man enduring pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Brute es Burns Scalds Sore feet or stiff tints But theres no need for it Bucklens Aralca Salve will kill tho pain and cure the trouble Its tbo best Salve on earth for Piles too 35c at Penny Jesse W Sweeney riOIlIKTOR Livory Food and Solo Stable Lancaster Ky Homes wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates Aw M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers bis services as 4 uotoiart- 0 the people of Lincoln County lip will please both In work and price Write to him +++++++++ MTTHTTT + f+ ++ + If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial First National BankStanford Kytb Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit tank of In 1BS8 then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford in 1815 and again reorganlted as tbe First National Ilaik of Stanford In mt having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 13 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact business promptly and well than ever before in Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited II II J B Paxton J B Onilsy 8 II Shanks t W O Walker Oeo W Carter WaltonIedngtonb 1WLINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL tjaoOOO Directors Successor to The Farmers Rank It Trust Company under same contlnuouilytot SOLICIT YOUR BANK Hoping such business will prove mutually beneficial Start in theIWewYear Right By Trading B McRoberts Control Kentucky Real Estate Exctoiiije TITLE CO Stanford Ky K o Mt ntII el uclMpnied teed la I rod coons Mo IS Wlla Iron iuball slap Ie on Iron ountslnrala Will Mil ot itliiD ta property In Uncolncuuotv No Saitllftna Shins Smile from Han ford llouuol fjurjoolronmt bek perch and trrand OooJ tarn tad other bulfcllnp In tool rrpttr Cut la eta gelds veil Goad 0 serve la on ten In fruit trfte ml In iras- eIbughtatommlaUoeseleat bargain sot can- baseldat bargain CIo tchoul and churtb Race Ise per acre IndJJIntogseldbr140sad- tt TiiUUaUrgi- mN4S4trrMfoodUn i Two itory tli room dwfIllfif Urn moh bOJe Wbo place grrwdlwateraland In good lion Ill No nSn room sod erea land tuvwbUUf wsriandsprfef Fencing- and outbulldlon In fur condition Cheep plat UCIII to town Will Ilaemail family No fAsrroacmoftalandllmlrland Iota Jlo lorry county Kron OMM Vine CrkstrlbuUrvof the North rnik of Kentucky rive- reourairof roil TirjrUila tblckM Iron JskeItodxfet Ulrcr lo the mouth abov creek A rill Old li urTijol wltLln three mlltrof Said property The Uiulr coniUli of oketo Tluelerkcl Will sellorexchsagona- ny Uriufc No 59A nice two story Hht room frame dwelling in Uoford IM two rood cellar- with coomu Sor goal ardan well In kitchen tro cabin on pl which violator lpr month TtMtloflllnK not for 131r month prop erty la good repair sod nn be bought for I ilou No oYour acre otllod sal a over on dory ill room frame dwUloK ID3lcKioneKy wtrw- ork la kllcen and family room HI Iarn lid all necessary outbulldlon list well Gneed- and In good repair llouw atone tot and U oooipaiatlTdy Dew and we envy ask STM tar the property No 4J rafni ITSacrt splendid tliteriu land la Lincoln county Two ilory 9 ruou tuna rwiilcoc tenant houses bm room for over 300 head ot stock aodallothrsecesrtry outbuilding all la foml railroad rei anJ noseneigh Khool 400sere In eulttraUool1It 1a Iraal aod llntbretc This li deal country home u all convenience on place cal1114 Well watered with new failing prloji etc irlce reaeonable No C7N cottage 7 arm land within IH alUM Slkfnrd lo goal repair acing good everlasting well and rood altar flood barn SOiJI mokebouM Ac Young orchard and One tine yard tl leodldplate to nile garden produce to supply the town IISW No31 Micro ot land one mile from Somenel Kycut In seven geld Forty acre In cultiva non acre In paiture balance In umber VIIlog ontato wren rooms Large barn and all nee cwary outbuilding FentnIntl bulldlnni In iplcn did rloat Well watered IrireSZWO No L160 acres of land In Ford county Ku six tail tom rillrsad end i miles from Arianuu riser ie enj aerAofland b river boom I- IIInlIlaod acd in gnu This land la for sale or exchange No IIIA farm of 80 acres In Lincoln county Thiee good dwilllng s good bUD and other outbuilding each house Urn etc about the center of 100 acres All on county road ld mile from church Khool and poitofflce lays well and will watered This la a good tobacco Inn and wquld mutt two or inre fimtlle that mlgbLwant to come train theism neighborhood Irlre reasonable No 6aTwn tory frame dwelling of fix rooms twoballr s ranch tc well at door and all other neoniary naibulldluxi Also large blaokimllh holI 0nndshed length orho and feet wide This prufrreywdl h sold at a very farm of 1W sere four miles from Stan ford 00 beot ln well watered feng good dwelling fronts pin all oulbulldluga Asplebdldldnegrail urn odOnly W mlnuUadrlfe from oaunty real Owner n line lirm adjoining thli bit recently refund f II net see We off r IbU MFltly acres near Ileatant Point Ky Fame hours t Hams and porch llaru and other outbuilding Saerealn cultlratlon rat lu um ber Well wateitd yards from ptntofflceichool and church liye 11lIn pike and In good cow wllnU 1rlca tW No tflouaeandlotinStanfordSveroomebellp- orch In the rear good gsrdm Food nelghbornou close to churchs aodubol lotsmall tins lly Price No 3 HOUM and lot In Stanford house con aim nxAui uood ttabl and arm of land well fenced One of prettlut building lots In town room enough In front for two other cottage or a itory be built to tbe cottage and be made abeautlfulbom Will be sold cheap the luuit base mone- yNol2lwelllngofilx and porch outbuilding and garden large two ton stoceroom23s60Ise1 lower room with countsnbelveaetc ater indwelllogand storeroom also cistern and well on Small lot back olltore One mile from HUnford HulMlnw In goool repair anti dwelling originally cost fltVO and liD our 11200 Will sell both for JS30 or will rent or sell seplntI No 1SZIO acre lanai 1 tulle of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling 8 tom two tenant bouii two barn well an tprlng npr dwelling Farm In high stat ol cultivation 1W arm rlter bottom land good fencing etc hoes 137 Oo acm No 14100 acre ot land on Lancaster street In Crab Orchard opposite In grata no In- sprosementsexleptlsrgestockbacn abundance of I water in town Trice 13000 Officers J HOOKER Press Jl McHOllKHTS Ohr WII WEAKEN Dk- prDlreofors IV Reid Danville T Harris Stanford J8 locker Stanford W P K L Tanner McKlnnty II D Klmore Stanford 8t II Ilaurhman Stanford I T P lull Stanford Jaa Robinson Hubble STOCK and ACCOUNT relations W eulUTiUon prierNa atE50- No troll Officers U SHANKS President J J B OWBLEYOashlsi W M niUOHT Aaat Cashier With DRUGGIST aSTANFORD dtJlIlIjp rub and- woe Anise titrry building new and fro tug nshai altof lb II la ilutoHil nabIpliedat bee Ker wlceaddiMlhbOT named see retary Twoeeryto9aeealandasdIngoalommwmy So IT Farwiof Illaerm la Caaer county A olddwelaaglo landIarable home In 1111 t 0 SFana of ht2li mile Irora Stan lord on county rued colllritloi Moo TwosmallcottagebeMeghttyourpchwaaowoerllvu nnat ban money wayneorgDwelllogood repair PtnluUve lime schoolandoogood toullCrODlandbletyaclncultivationI cburcbb9l rolltalaInsplendid MrolotNo II MS anti of land near Crab Orchard cheap Iramihouse fntInCntoo twotoryjo eJe room 10 by p Good wan room nut to lion f 117 p Dam and lIcklIh atop ag cc three forr4stockofabargainNicecottagerIa In good condition SI UrN la rulllTitlon torrropert bellior or teat reaaonabl KingssillotllfrOlllbulldlD1OI hanhnBehooldminbl1umtollIlIpurcbMr Thistso0eofebamatdminblhouHIn Twottory house Croons haltTeranda topeanytern at door home Trio 13000 landlalop 2 well In yard apleudld orchard and 2 acres In 1900Noor exchange 1111r Improvements bargainNoticular aiMree Central Kentucky Neal Eatate par Kx cbing Till Co WntlburcKrlOacrOlln nererfttllDgdpring Jrice1610 fcKlnueyand well watered Will sell this place on coyterms olandrepairPrice v dwellingfour IIIIfldJ t Leee than htlf mile lions turnpike W s oiler thisplace for only S30 per acre No 26 Frama iotel larg motes doubt Term atomroomIrontlugbletnrdwe log 2 nit cottage nicely furnished AJarK200reetdeep I moneyloprlelor toolyownfor farm In Uno n county culdtallonof them new two tobacco barna and large lock orchardbtreamaIoodnelabburboodSgurea