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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f1 Y Y 1 I t SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALn rJV L XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 19 1904 8 A M NO 92 il 4 Iaboutcord together with lovers castor advancement wUbes to coo eratuUto tbo city council upon the ap pointment of Mr James A Ucatloy as lupcrlntenJont of tbo water work At a meeting Friday night Mr Ucasloyi resignation at councilman was accepted and be was appointed to the above 10 iltlon and at ooco entered upon hi du ties as such Lancaster baA novor bad a councilman wbo entered Into bl duties with tbe vim and push that Mr H has shown Ue never stood back wben some ot the usual obstructor endeav prod to bluff and balk a move for tbe town betterment Do know his duty and bad the bickbono to do It tlo I the right mla for superintendent of the water work yet The Record rt gret that It war oeccnary for him to resign from the council In fact the re Ignatlon of be and Judgo Robinson de a prived Lanoaiter of the beet and most fearlcM utrect committee tbe town er t er bad Mr Beaxloy bat been connected with tbo putting In of water woks and know every detail of tho work and having looked after all the minor detatli is thoroughly posted on every crook and turn of the business Louis Jamos Noso Lout Jamc tolls a story of a time when he was brought Into grave peril on account of his note Uo was going to Leadvllle In the early day on a stagecoach which war held up by high wajmoo The passengers were ranged la a row outside with their baud up tbo familiar attitude being forced by a gun In the band of one of the gentle men of the road while the other went through tbo various pockets at their leisure In the midst of tbo ceremony Mr JameV note began to Itch with bat pertlstcooT calculated to drive ono to Insanity If not relieved Involuntarily his hand began to lower Itself to tbe t seat of trouble Daod up there calltd tbo man behind tho gun Qls hand shot back Into place but In a moment began to lower Itself again Wbat tfie matter with you P In Quired tbe bandit Aro you anxlou to become a lead mine P My note Itches so I cant stand It any longer said Mr James Ive sum py got to scratch It No you alotnld the agent be cause Ill do It for you With which ho proceeded to scratch tho actor noio with tbo muzzle of pis shot gun DO NOT DOSE THE STOMACH Ciiro Catarrh by Natures Own Method Every Breath of Hyomel Brings Relief every one who hoe catarrh JNearlv foolish it Is to try and cure It bj drugging tho stomach Temporary relief may be given but a euro seldom cornea Until recently your physician would have said the only way to euro catarrh Mould be to have a chango of climate but now with Hyomei you can carry a rV health giving climate In your vest pocket v and by breathing It a few minutes tour times a day loon cure yourself The complete llyomcl outfit costs but 100 and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in tho vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomoi Tbo Inhaler lasts a life time and if one bottle doesnot cure an extra bottle of Hyomei can be obtained for 60 cents It Is the I most economical of all remedies adver lied for the cure of catarrh and Is tho only one that follows nature in her meth 1od of treating diseases of the respiratory organs f U L Penny has sold a great many Hy omel outfits and the moro ho sells the moro convinced he is that ho is per featly safe In guaranteeing to refund the money If Hyomei done not cure t W G Jones of Garrard county has bought out A J Howard general tore and will open It Immediately af ter the Invoice London Democrat MIDDLEBURG Prof Duns school at this place la progressing nicely There are nearly 100 In attendance The subject for tbo mid week prayer meeting at tbo Dspllsi church Thursday evening Is the ICtb chapter of let Cor Everybody is cordially Invited to attend and hear and take part In the meeting Mlse Minnie Bwopo was the guest of Mis Mary Bryant Miss baste Foglo II attending school at Lexington MId Wllllo Foglo has returned from a visit to friends at Somerset Dave Allen was at Mlddleburg Friday In the Inter vet of his business James EJIOO is- doivo with the measles Tboro arc lovorat oases In Yosemite Masers Coo Lucas and Edgar Miller are on a hunting trip on tolling Fork Mr and Mr Hoy Spear of tbe Bran- ford section were visiting Wm Thorn as and family Frank Jones our clever silversmith has been working at Uurnslde for the past two weeks bites Amy Adams was visiting Miss Kate McIntosh Bo was Mr David Allen Preston Foglo who has been visiting his father family hat returned to bl place of practice In Venlta O T Jno W Swope went to Lexington Tuesday to look out for a position Mite Shin non who has been spending tho boll days with relatives here has returned to her homo at Junction City Mrs Richard MoDanlel and son Clarence are visiting relatives at Ouroslde There Is no doubtbut what F M Slmms who lives some two and ono halt mile north of hero has a well of tbe finest mineral water to be found anywhere An analyst of the water bows It to contain 181 grains ot solid substance to the gallon all of which have great medicinal properties It Is what is known as saline sulphur and the supply unlimited The water It being constantly used by a number of persons who were In feeble health and has proven beneficial In every Instance Mr S Is expecting to Improve the well before the spring and summer season o as to bo able to supply all the de minds for the water During the ono year It has gained a reputation as a medical water unsurpassed by any wa tar known la this section of tbo couo try LAND STOCK CROPS ETC D D Carter sold to J H iepplcs a mulo for 1120 G A Swlnebroad sold to Joe Jordan a harness horse for 1100 Several Wyandotte rooter wanted J W Hughes Morolaad A movement la on fool to establish a largo hemp factory at Uurgln Crlt Davis will train James E Peppers string at Lexington this year E H Beazley bought for Joo Jordon of A O Florence a combined gelding for 1110 Gray gelding elghtvear old good and gentle for tale J M Carter Sr Morelaod William Curtis cold to Shelby h Llllard four steers at 310 apd four calve for 150 J D Wbltehouse of Boyle sold to some parties It Mercer county 60 cat tie at 31 to Mo- E J Young of Fayette sold to the Continental Tobacco Company 05000 pounds ol tobacco at lOo Not a slnglo cattle feeder In Bour boa county made a dollar last year said Cbarltoa Alexander of Paris tbe other day- President W B Hawkins of tbe Kentucky Burley Tobacco Growers Association announces that the project has been successfully flounced Joe Jordan of Boyle county shipped to Atlanta two car loads of mules pur chased from Sam Forsythe and Bonta Bros of this county Average price 1140 Harrodsburg Herald Claude winner of many Derbies last year It to have a crock at the big East era stakes this year Do has been entered In both Brooklyn and Suburban and his owner M J Daly announces that ho will take him East to try for tbo classics The large packinghouses of Chicago are said to have purchased a million acres of land In Florida and Alabama whero they will establish a mammoth Battle fading ground Factories for tbo manufacture of starch and other corn product arc also projected DANVILLB COURT There was con siderable activity In the cattlo trade at Danvlllo court yesterday and a number of yearling and two yearold sold at tto3o Butcher tins was quiet at fl to 3c Mules and horses were In good demand and brought big prices Domestic Troubles It exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptures occasion ally but these can be lessened by having Dr Kings New Life Pills around Much trouble they save by their great work in Stomach and Liver troubles They not only relieve but cure 5c at Penny a drug toreI NEWS NOTES Havre Mont suffered 500000 loss from fire Commodore W W DuogaoU S N retired le dead Former Coy Asa S Qushnell of Ohio Is dead at Columbu Robert Bonnlo a prominent Louis vllle distiller died suddenly Dr H T Toltnan renowned as a mlcroecoplst died at Chicago All tbo wholesale grocery houses of Central Weet Virginia have boon con solidated James Dunn shot and killed his fatb er In Trigs county wbllo protecting his mother Three indictments wero returned against city ofllolals at Milwaukee on charges of bribery- Breoklorldge fluba weil known citizen of Harrison county was killed by a passenger train at Cynthlana Two men were Killed and a third fa tally hurt by the explosion of a New York Central locomotive at Syracuse A a result of drinking ginger ale flavored with lemon extract three men are dead from poisoning at Alexander Ark Mrs Elizabeth Wardlo and her two small daughters of near Terra Haute lad were burned to death In their home The throe story car barn and carl of tbo Coney Island and Brooklyn Rail road Co In Brooklyn were destroyed by fire A Chicago postal clerk was found guilty of stealing stamps of high de nomination on letters going to foreign a fight over the oil business Dug Rlggs jailer of McLean county was stabbed 20 time with a penknife by W D Croft In a fit of despondency K K Lan bam a chemist of world reputation killed his wife at Philadelphia and then killed himself On accouot of the Immense Ice fields covering tbe oyster bode In Chesapeake Day tbero ta a scarcity in the market end the price Is advancing The jealousy of the people of two Oklahoma towns caused a pitched bat tle between tbe inhabitant In which four men wero seriously wounded tyman Elliott Smith who committed suloldo at Kcoova W Va was an A M graduate of Georgetown Collego of tho class of 1897 His home was at Mayillck Ed Kelly who Is alleged to have kill ed Bob Ford the slayer of Jesse James was himself shot and killed In Oklaho ma City Okla In a street fight with a policemanPerry Loath former first assist lot postmaster general testified in the Macben trial He declared be bad noyer seec the Graff prior to seeing them in tho court room The Rockefellers aro said to have secured control of tho United State Realty Company the to called Real Estate Trust forcing out Cornelius Vanderblll and 12 other millionaire di rectors of the company Mrs Thomas Church of Davies county was shot and fatally wounded by her son Will Chureb aged 15 Ho was playing with a pistol when It was accidentally dlacharged The ball pate ei through hi mothers stomach William W Morris chairman of tbo widows and orphans fund of the Chos eo Friends Lodge Independent Order of Odd Fallows has confessed a defal cation amounting to 5300 Ho appro priated 113000 In cash and 14000 In bonds which be used as collateral MILLION At BBS PooR STOMACH The worn out stomach of the overfed mil lioualre is often paraded in tho public prints as a horrible example of the evils attendant on tbe possession of great wealth But millionaires aro not the only ones who are oflllctcd with bad stomachs The proportion is far greater among tho toilers Dyspepsia and Indigestion are rampant among these people and they suffer far worse tortures than the millionaires unless they avail them selves of a standard medicine like Ireens August Flower which has been a favorlto household remedy for all stomach troub Ice for over 35 years August Flower rouses tho torpid liver thus creating ap petite and insuring perfect digestion It tones and vitalizes the entire system acd makes Ufo worth living no matter what your station Trial bottles 25c regular size 750 At all druggists rsrOf Kentucky 2147174 people the subdivisions are White 1802300 colored 284805 Indiana 102 Chinese 57 Those who are native born are 2010 925 There art a tow thousand more men than there aro women In this state tbo division being as follows Males 1000227 females l05 0n Mr Wm S Crane of California Md suffered for years from rheumatism and lumbago Ho was finally advised to try Chamberlains Pain BAIT which he did and it effected a complete cure This liniment Is for sale by W N Craig JOSEPH E ROBINSON Candidate for the democratic nomination for county attorney of Garrard Is an old Lincoln county boy and bis friends here are anxious to see him mado tbo standard bearer Seven year ago ho moved to Lancaster and begun the practice of law at which bo has been very successful Ho at once took a hand In politics and has done valiant service for the democratic party since He has been campaign chairman four years and has given literally both of bill time and means for the success of the party Mr Robinson has been one of those working democrat wbo has made it possibleTor a democrat to win In the erstwhile rock rtbbed county ot Garrard Ho la an honorable high toned gentleman and If ho Is nomina ted and elected will make Garrard a county attorney of whom she will have reason to feel proud LANCASTER The exact amount of Garrard tax able property is 14857006 an increase of 1171383 over the assessment of 1902 Tho people are enjoying electric light telephones and water works system Now the next thing le a hemp factory It Is needed let us have ILIThe telephone system tween New Orleans and Chicago was completed last Thursday This Is one of tbo best and most expensive lines In the U Scoetlng 11000 per mile J M Logan has taken a partner In hie business G E Smltb of Carlisle Mr Smith enters tbe business March This firm contemplate erecting a store room on the Garrard Hotel si to and will add to their dry goods business other features of Interest to Garrard people Miss Mary Lear of Paint Lick is tbo guest of Mies Katie Simpson W B Burton has recurred from London whore bo has been buying mules and horses to ship South Mis Nellie Pey ton has returned from Lexington Tbe Misses Farris of Klrksvllle have been the guests of thelri brother Dr Farris Miss Lizzie Hudion la visiting Mire Minnie Cotton in Danville MIl Theo Hemphlll has returned from Hamilton College having been excused from ex amination Mr Jacob Joseph enter tamed the Ladle Aid Society Friday afternoon Harry Hamilton has ac cepted a position at the New Mason Bo telJ Mort Rothwell It back from Frankfort where be has been trying to In Wrest tbe Legislature In a fish and game law He was assured that tbe measure would become a law It oro Tide for a rabbit law wltb open tea ton the tame as the bird law It QUI tails the tale and use of dynamite that hat done so muchtoward destroy log the fish and require the retailer to keep a record of each sale to whom told and for what purpose Our sports men hero are very anxious to see such a law nude as this as well as all other counties will bo provided with a game warden to look after the Interest of the sportsmen Now that tbe water works have been completed some ot the facts and fig ures in the case will be of Interest to our people The reservoir capacity 22000000 gallons covering six acres at an average depth ot 13 feet 1000 feet of nose has been received the cost of which is lioo a hose wagon has been ordered and ladders also A tower for drying the hose will be erected Intbe open space next jo the court bouse In fropt of the court house will be built a handsome fountain with wa tering troughs for the comfort of man and beast The lake which la to be well stocked wltb fish of the small mouthed bass varietywill afford enjoy meet and recreation for our people The entire cost of this great enterprise will bo a little more than I30COO and too much praise can slot be given to those who pushed this matter to Its grand consummation s Charles Fined toe third Negro tried at Bopklnavllle for tbe murder of the unknown white man near Pembroke was given the death sentence ijappy As A DucH 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 2500 They answer the purpose of a lightweight overcoat and are very com fortable for moderate wear when a heavy coat is too warm T o ffliLLEB Danville Ky THE GLOBE How to Sav 1h FUEL Briefly buy ItJCOLES HOT BLAST COAL STOVE- It r cnts the fuel bill in two because it burns the gIll arising from burning coal Gas goes via the chimney in other stoves COLES nOT BLAST really makes 1300 soft coal work like I OOIbard coal Come In and see that smokeless feed door Does away with dust dirt and smoke in the house Our cuttlery has a great reputation in this neighborhood because while our prices are cheap the goods are not nsstsla HigginsMKinney Sole Agents- STANFORD KENTUCKY 6 AIRTIGHT HEATING STOVES AT COST I It will pay you to buy these and save them for next winter S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky Invest In Paint Paint 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 farther and list longer than ever before I Mastic Mixed Paint Is tho paint to use In applying it you will learn that it covers more surface than other paints but you must wait about fivejyeara to fully appreciate its QUALITY Pennys Drug Store StlnfordI e rsba J0j008G lenps tc t W N CRAIG Pharmacist Successor to Craig Iloclcer STANFORD KENTUCKY x t HE INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON r THOMAS D NEWLAND SR- scanlUite for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject- to the action of the democratic party GEO W DE BORD Iia sandlot for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec- tb e tin action of the democratic party 1 T JEFF HILL SR It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to tht action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN la candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to 8M action of the democratic party a DINK FARMER II a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to toe action of the Democratic party JAMES CHAYS- la a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the laoocratlc party WI HERRIN la a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of atmacntk party SAMUEL M OWENS Is candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to Ox action of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools tr Lincoln County subject to th action of the demo ratc party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools f Lincoln County subject to the action of the demo cratic party HON D L MOORE f Mercer county Is a candidate for Conrress In Uw Bt district to succeed Hon G G Gilbert sub tntt to the action of the Democratic party Your sup port Is earnestly solicited ON the Ublted States pension rolls of tbe Topeka agency Is tbe name of mass who has served In three wars aod is 100 yeah old He is Tbos E Sauls et Webb City where ho conducts a Ilttlo shoe shop and makes a living la spite of his 100 yeare Bo was a soldier la the Semlnole Mexican and Civil Wars In tbe Civil War ho was a ser geant of the Sixth Kansas Cavalry This was after he bad passed 50 Af ter tbe Mexican war ho represented the county of bis nativity In the Tennes see Legislature While he lived in Ten BCflsee be was a lawyer Bis pension Is 130 a month and was granted by a special act of Congress TUB republican members of tbe Ken tnolcy Legislature In their desire to compliment Mark Hanna may offer all the resolutions they please Inviting him to address that body while in see rloo They all know that there Is not the slightest hope of It being adopted No democrat who loves his party could vote to bring Hanna to Kentucky to address Keotuoklaos upon political matters especially In tbe face of a presidential contest 01 course it maybe a bluff just because the democrats had Invited Gorman but what Is the matter with the rough rider that tbn republicans did not want to Invite him OVER 700 persons were killed by MgninlnK In tbe United States In 1003 and between 700 and 800 are probably killed each year East of the lOOdlb meridian thunder storms occur allover the country but west of It except In the Rocky Mountains the frequency of storms diminishes until on tbe Pacific coast there are practically none Tbe greatest number of storms occur In Florida in tbe middle Mississippi Valley and the middle Missouri Valley The greatest number of deaths In any single State was 186 In Pennsylvania Oblo came next with 135 Indiana Ihi note and New York having 124 each UREY WOODSON editor of tbe Ow ensboro Messenger Is In New York and In an Interview he told one of that oltya papers tbat Mr Bryan would nominate the next democratic national convention tbat be would dictate the platform and that while be will not himself be a candidate for President he will not allow tbe nomination of any one aolaconlstlo to him or bis views Whether or not tbe national committeeman from this State knows what he Is talking about we shall see when the democrats meet at St Louis July THE Bourbon county representative In the Legislature has offered a bill redistricting thin appellate district It takes out Clay Laurel Knox and OWB ley and adds Clark and E M1I Tbe ob- Ject of the change is not as apparent as the folly of it unless same friend of the author of the bill is ro be benefited The district as It stauds gave a democratic majority of 4 016 last year and certainly the Bourbon statesman does not desire tbe change made from fear of the democrat losing It rTilE remains of Gen John B Gor don were laid to rest In Oakland ceme exerclBeBIWdre church after which thousands Includ log Confederate veterans governors and many public bodies in Atlanta fol lowed tbe remains to tbe gravel THE now year Is proving disastrous to oxgovernors four having died so far They are ExGovs Gordon Brown + Foster and Buihnoll r t GEN JOHN B GORDONS memory will be honored with a monument to be erected by the people of the South The question was opened In Atlanta and received the Indorsement of every one to whom It was mentioned The enthusiatn which greeted tbo under taking virtually guarantees that tt will be done EXCHIEF JUSTICE GOFFY who I now a member of the Legislature hat Introduced 40 odd bills this session which la less than two weeks old One of two things seems certain either the old judge found the lack of many haws while onitbe bench or he Is In his do tage more likely the latter- POLITICAL Tbe republican editors of Missouri have declared unanimously for Presl dent Roosevelt T Porter Smith bas announced for tbe democratic nomination for Representative of Bourbon county The Kentucky louse passed the Worlds Fair bill carrying an appro prlatlon of 175000 by a vote of 71 to 14 William Jennings Bryan will It to claimed soon asrump charge of a new dally to be started In St Louis by Wm R Hearst Senator Bailey of Texas declares he wllliretlre from public life rather than votelfor the ratification ofthe Panama canal treaty The Senate committee of Pacific Is landslfavorably reported a bill to pay former Queen LllioukalanI 1200000 for her claims on the Hawaiian crown landsChairman Hanna issued a formal call for the republican national convention to be held In Chicago June 21 for tbe purpose of nominating candidates for President and VicePresident Charles B Sullivan In a card In the Woodford Sun formally announces his candidacy for the democratic 110m loa tlon for Representative In the Leglsla ture from Woodford county A prima ry will be hold February 20 Tbat the Cantrlll School Book bll will be passed by tbe Bouse In Its es sential features seems to be a foregone conclusion The caucus committee went over tbe bill and agreed to recommend it with some slight changes to the joint democratic caucus Wednesday night A Frankfort dispatch says J Mort Rotbwell of Garrard county was here preparing to have introduced a bill providing for a State Fish and Game War den at a salary of 11500 a year to be paid for out of lees for hunter license the warden to be appointed by the goy It ernorDr W Godfrey Hunter Is laying plans to capture tbe republican party marhlnery this State with a view to sending to the Chicago convention an uninstructed delegation which will vote for Senator Marcus A Banna for too presidential nomination If the op portunity presents Itself After several hours of debate and parliamentary skirmishing In the State Senate Friday a substitute for the Cantrll and Glllenwater School Book Bills WAS passed bf tbe unanimous vote of the 37 members of tho Senate It Is believed that with two or three amend ments tbe bill will pass tbe Bouse The provisions of the bill teem to be ac ceptable to most of the democratic leg islators HERE AND THERE Pennsylvania la again In the wake of a blizzard and railroad traffic Is tied up An unidentified Negro woman was killed by a Southern train near Fisher yuleThomoIabb a Hardlo county farmer was killed bvan Illinois Central train Two masked men robbed tho bank of lelen N M of 81000 and etcaped on horses Mrs Sarah Croon Pearson Hobson mother of Richmond P Hobson died in Boulder Col Burglars secured 83000 In silver by dynamiting the safe In the bank of Rocky Mount Va Negroes wbltecapped a worthless black at Peru Oldbam county and drove him from home In whisky tax cases State Attorney General Have renders the opinion that interest dates from assessment There are 708027 white children going to school In Kentucky more than the number In any state outside of Texas Gen Nelson A Mlles and Buffalo Bill Cody have formed a 13500000 syndicate to push a big canal In Wyo minI to completion George Smith a farmer of Burwell Neb placed his head over the muzzle of a shotgun and compelled his 10year old son to pull the trigger Tbe government will lose 151000 as be result of a discovery that about 3000000 rounds or ammunition hastily purchased during the Spanish war are defectiveMore was exported from the United States to other countries In 11903 than ever before according to government statistics England Ger many Mexico and other countries were heavy buyers According to the Worlds Work there are 030022 pupils enrolled In the New York public schools this year In a single year 123000000 was expended on the schools of tbe metropolis PL a l Tbe bones of a man 11 feet in height were unearthed to Nevada In London the schools are so crowded thatlGO pupil per teacher Is the ayer ae The government of Spain will open 14 agricultural schools In various parts of tbe Peninsula Capt Greenberry Reed aged 87 II dead In Bourbon Be was prominent In the history of his county Rev P BlBarker broke Into the study of Rev J B Silcox at Wince peg Man and was stealing tbe maou script of a sensational sermon when caught There are Iceigorges at many points to the Oblo river from Pltteburg to Evaosvllle Many towns having no railway convention are beginning to suffer IncODvenleoce from the long sus pension of navigation Six additional churches were closed Saturday lo Cblcago by order of City Building Commissioner William At the same time ajdczeo halls were ordered closed Simultaneous Inspection of hospitals throughout the city was start ed IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Emma Hooe one of the best wo men lo Barrodsburg Is dead Andrew Smith an Invalid for years Is dead at Nlcholasvllle aged 86 Mrs Louisa Bulcblns widow of Al Hutchlns is dead In Boyle aged 87 BereaiColtege has 700 students the majority being from Eastern Kentucky W M Bright sold to Will Llllatd 20 1050pouod feeders fur February delivery at 4I Martin N Welch has bought an ins terest In the grocery business of Jesse W Embry at Danville Isaac Nichols one of tbe oldest and most highly respected citizens of Anderson county Is dead Ben L Osborn died of apoplexy In his barn near Loretto Marlon county Be was a prominent farmer W D Weaver sold 10 shares of stock In the Citizen Bank to R M Jackson for 81100 London Democrat John Turner a leading farmer of Garrard county dropped dead Suet after dinner while smoking his pipe The general merchandise store of Sims k Riley at Duncan was destroy ed by fire Loss 81500 Insurance 81200 For his part In the Quarter house fight near Mlddlesboro Gen Turner was convicted and sentenced to prison for life A Pennsylvania company wants a franchise from Knoxvllle to supply that city with natural gas It proposes to pipe tbe gee from Burnelde- Cbis B Grlsnood of Georgetown Ohio has purchased the stock and good will of A J MoCarty and will conduct business In the old stand SOmersei Journal Wm Sutton a welltodo farmer of McCreary Garrard county died after an illness of several months Be leave several sons and a daughter aodwa about 70 yetrs old Think of Lancaster where they aped- to have bullets no the menu dally row trying to maintain city official with out a single prisoner In the county jai or work house Somerset Journal- A leller from Rprei eoiaMVH T P Reed states tb t the committee or charitable institutions will likely vis Danville to Inspect th Dod aor Dumh Institution about the 22nd of Unu trv AdvocateAt Braille Vincent iliaI shot and fatally wnundfdwblle In thr yard of George Rudder where be had sailed to see Mite Rudder George Hughes who was arrested said Benr Waldrldge did the shooting Miss Millie Dunn of Brvantsrllle has announced berrelf a candidate for county superintendent of Garrard on the democratic ticket She In a niece of county attorney James I Hamilton Circuit Clerk J W Hamilton and Thomas and Jack Dunn W J Sparks and Dr John M WII llama closed a deal with the Knoxvlllo La Follete k Jellico Railroad for a 1100000 contract for ballast It will take over two years to Oil It Cbas 0 Davis record keeper for the Mt Ver non Tent of Maccabees received a check for 81000 In settlement of tbe death claim of Egbert FIb for that amount Ml Vernon Signal A Prisoner In HerOwn House Mrs W II Layha of 1001 Agnes Ave Kansas ity Mo has for several veaw bern 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 no no ticesble results A friend give me part of a boUle of Chamberlains ough Rem cdy with instructiqns closely follow the directions and I wish to state that after the first day I could notice a decided change for the better abd at this time after using it for two week have no hes itation in saying I realise that I am en tirely cured This remedy is for sale by w N Craig JACK SALE Wo will hold our Annual Jack Bale at Danville on THURSDAY MABOn 31004 Bend In your entries now The tale prom lies to b i the largest ever held In Central Kentucky FOX DanrllleKy e It u 0 CLI VIATIC I uitES Ibo Influence of climatic conditions in the cure of con sumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectora tine in the morning is made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion duo to cough log the greatest danger and dread ol tho consumptive can be prevented or SlOp- ped by taking German Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be able to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of corsumptlve there the few who are benefited and regale strength are those who use German Syrup Trial bottles 25cj regular size 76c At all drug glare In Kentucky there are 074210 men who aro oot married 370002 who are married 32S63 who are widowed 2144 who are divorced and 1004 about whose conjugal condition nothing Is known There are 696708 women who are not married 378206 who are 76 065 who are widowed and 3728 who are divorced Saved From Terrible Death The family of Mrs M L Bobbttt of Birgcrton Teen raw her dying and were powerless to save her The mot skillful physicians and every remedy used failed while consumption was slowly but surely taking her life In this terrible hour Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption turned despair into joy The Out bottle brought immediate relief aod ita continued use completely cured her Its the moat certain cure in the world for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c and il Trial bot ties tree at Pennys drug sto- reUMBRELLAS p Recovered and repaired sod made almost as good U new for a in ll amount I can IIz yonr umbrella btter than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial KRAKK ATKIHS Stanford A S PKICfc turlltlonDenUIt M Sanford K rletn MoRotnru Pn i bier IB the OwiUy UaUdlat Notice To Creditors I All persons owing the estate of tbe late Dr Hawklnt brown are requested to settle with the undersigned at untie Those bold log claims egalnat said estate will preterit tbem properly proven to Meltoboru attorney or j IRVTOV Admr Stanford Ky 4 M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Urn his services as tI uotoinr n the people of Lincoln ounty Hi will plea eyou both In work and prior Write to him ROYAL Baking Powder Makes the bread more healthful Safeguards the food against alum Alum baking powders are the greatest mccaccn to health of the present day son eons tern a ro tier vas RlJSlDJ UatJI aollt J W PERRIN The Grocer A y w4 1 0 eue e t ItHeaters Get Prices on Heat ers bfore buy i 4 Lamps a i J j 0 e e a i A I will tell the farm of 0 T deed lo frnntof the court boum door on county court day Feb I sold before The farm contain about V arrr of land huutn and out and la situated 2 mite north of on branch J O KKITII Agent for O T Heir RATES 1200 PER DAY Ky Wm Electric tights In every room under entire New Bob the favorite potttr meets all trains Urge Smpl Room Lincoln Circuit Court Wattle etc PltfJ YI etc to a and order of sale made In the above styled suit at n iprclal term of said court on Dec 29 1903 tbe will on the filli day of 1001 before tho door In Stanford Ky sell at public outcry to highest and best bidder tbe real estate which 1s site uated In Lincoln couotv Ky on tbo water of luck Creek thus at a white oak thence N 83 W 18 poles to a thence N 39 W to poles to a fallen white oak thence 18 W tt pole to two thence N 85 WS1 pole lo a white N 8 W 36 pole to a white eak and thence N 81 W 10 polo to a while oak and thence 4SX W 38 pole to a beech and sugar tree on bank of the creek thence 8 4IK 68 poles to a beech and ash thence 8 18 K 112 pole to a itump thence 48 R 64 poles to two beeches thence 8 27X W 27 pplM to a and beech thenco N SO pole to a beech and aih on the bank of the Crab Orchard fork creek thence the creek 30 E 14 poles to a true thenco N 135 K 12 poles to a small white oak thence N 89 8 poles to a sauatra thence N 08 E 14 poles to a dou blo tbenro N 38 E 26 pole to a sweet gum thence N 3 E 10 pole to a red elm thence N 73 W 24 poles to a blank oak thence N 45 80 poles to the bee glnlng 82 acre and 102 pole of land more or less The object or sale is the division of the of sale amoneat the parties entitled Terms of Sale Oredlt of 6 months bond 6 per cent Interest from day of sale until and to the leln 0 0 C 0 rH L HAS And the New Year bn com and with it com I New 1 am offer Ing if po lble more for your 0007 than ever Bat Corn per can JO real B tt per can p But per can to 3S J Eo M Flour 251b uck 70 Good coffee 10 to 35o tar lb and ol all kinds of goad to eat to Come anti and get my Jf L e e 1 1Fewprices tit JOHN BRIGHT tt COj i eeea et se t tt O IllsJIe Jt iSee That Your Ticket ReadsJVia The Q c1 Cr Railroad Start in the New Year Right By Trading With W McRobertsDRUGGIST Small Farm For Sale UcIloberU 10fItnot privately butIding Stanford Hawkln UcKobarU The New Mason Hotel Lancaster B3UOASS PreprUter RcfurnltheJ and Management WelMlghteJ Commissioners Sale I Kamliky Catherine Kamlniky Dft- Iunuant Judgment undersigned commissioner Kebrury courthouse tbe following described bounded Beginning blckory N poplar dogwood dogwood the K poplar hickory up N buckeye F hornbeam sapling containing for proceed wltbapprored security required bearing payable commUtloner retained- B WARREN L CHRISTMAS PASSED iletolullons Tomato Peaches evaporated goods thousands things numerous mention prior our very low B STANFORD I E D Peyton I KAJKK IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruifs VegJ etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford POSTEDt We whose name appear below strictly trrpassingviolators to the full extent of the law CarpenterJ NeaJV enlcan Fred nauman Albert VonOruneulgan J Z Biwonaraore T M OamenbcbPeterMss MIry Olnu David Stephen OarsoqH ADWINIURATBIX L SALE r f As AdmlnUtratrlz of tbe Personal Jtate of John Ooode decd I Will al Ills Late Bc ldonce Near Huitonvlllo Ky and on Saturday the 23rd DAY OF JANUARY 1004 aertypart of aged mares I twoyearold colt threllyearoldJennytrifle 33 shocks of corn I buckboard t long shatt cart bugllfand harness t mowing machine and JlotfurnishIngImTzmes3 ethisremovud estate eoJloAII 1 1 i U f Tut INTERIOR JOURNAL SIANFORD KTM JAN 10 1001 7rib filling your prescriptions we use the right medicine In the exact proper ttODi aDd with proper care We oould I hot do better tl you paid ui double the price which Is always rewonoble Poe BTI Drug Store 4PERSONALSJ N IAKRONS Lily peel Sun day here MR J L TOTTKN went to Loots Tlllo Prlday l t km a f GRAY went to Uarbour Tllle Friday BlIELIlY TlUUUt8 Of Jolll was hero Suoday UK KKRNR LUTES ot Parlii U w- Ithtill ptreoti hero Mus CLKO DROWN has returned VnraonMANLY Is now salesman aISeverance it Boot 1IIIt6 EL12A PORTMAN of LcxlDR too with relatives here f MIL CUAB O RICE of Urination L Uwlih Mr William Fleldt Miss FLOHKNCE MYERS U with Mn W J Yaeerln Loulivlllc j W F LEE of IJrodbead passed through to Louisville Friday i Mn WALTER CURTIS and wife reo jturned to Naihrlllo tail week DEBBIE CROTCIiriELD U tllll log friends ID Lebanon Junction MRS D D CARTER and ton Carl visited relatives at MllcbelUburg- MIBB CARKIH SAUNDERS of Carrard It with her titter Mrs S H Aldrldge IIMltS LOU 8UAMK8 and Miss Anne Shanks peat several days In Louis villa MRS JAMES MKRBHON of Living too spent several dais with her par eau here- 1fonN to the wife of SI at Metier of the West End a ton Tllford Alexan a der Metier- Dlt W F UICKL6 has gone to Lou uvula to attend the Hospital College of Medicine MISS FREDA MEIER of Dacvllle U the guest or her parcels la the Ulgh land icctloo MIL MATT WOODBON and family of Stonega Va will more than likely move to Stanford i MISS ALICK SlKARS of Moreland It the guest tf her ilitr Mrt Robert Ooopor Jetiamloe Journal MR A M WOOLDRIDOE of Martha 0T hat been too gun t ot Mr J M Carter Br In the West o- dIn ANn MRB CAL NKVIUS are reo ctlYlne congratulatlont oter the arrlr al of a ton Lancaster Record Mit AND MRS CAIIKLL OWENS are now occupying tbtlr pretty now home oa College ttreet Somerset Journal- S M OWENS Mark Hardln and T D Ncwland ot Stanford are In the Ity Stturdayt Lexington Democrat Mu Joutf T RAYS and sold of Lao aster were here here Saturday re turning from a prospecting tour of On laboma Mil AND Wits JOHN A MoRon KRT8 of Lobaoon Junetloo spent tov eras days with Mr stud Mrs W H UiRirlni HON J M ALVBKSOK and Door t keeper A C Dunn spent Saturday at home bore They think a good deal ol Important legislation will be enacted this session WILLIAM VANUEVIEK of larrod burg who married MlttMolllo right of this county has been elected astin ant cashier of the Mercer National Dank of hit city J O JONES of IMnorllle hat announced hit candidacy for delegate to the National democratic convention for the 11th dtttrlct and his Lincoln coun ty friends would like to see him honor ed TUB Southern Aegis published at Ashevllle Ala has ltli to say about a Lincoln county young lady Miss Uucklo Orummett was chosen principal of our school which opened wub pupil Our people are to bo congratu t lated on securing to foe a teacher LOCALS I READ the real citato column this U sueFOit RENT Home of six rooms with all modern convenience All Decent Py outbuildings J T Jones I YOULL save money by John Bright Jr ACoa rOoidlogI each Issue and this tlmo 71 1iTiu Charley Grave a well known Turnersvllle darkey died Sat urday CIRCUIT COORT Is to session at Dan yUle and Judge W O Dell is holding MIll term JAILER W I DERHIN delivered Jack Asher to Sheriff Howard of Doll coon ty Bows wanted ai a witness at Plnovlllo AN examination for applicant who have completed common school course will bo held in my ottlce Jan 29 and 30 1004 G Singleton superintendent i TWO sliver dollars were found In a knot hole In the locust tree In trout of Mrs Straub which was cut down yesterday They were badly rusted from age and exposure r r PICKLES bottle and bulk at J T JonesaBUY the genuine Oliver plow aDd point from Ulgglnt h McKtnney BANANAS oranges Malaga grapes apples lemons etc at Jones k Gos FOR SALE OR tFNTA two etory rramo house on Danville Avenue Ap ply to J B Byran Stanford Ky IT le a small barn Mr John J Me Robert bat to runt Instead of a farm as the Intelligent compositor set It up last Issue TUB old year U and the ccw one has come Carson Penco want what you owe them and take this metb od ul bo Informing jou MRS WILLIAM NICHOLSON whor husband WM killed by an L N freight at Junction City a tnonta ago bas been paid MOOO In cumpromlso TUB eujwryuor completed tboli wurk Saturday alter two weuk of bard service Today Wednosday Mud Thursday barn been set to Dear complaints THK Warren Grigsoy Coupler of the U D U will must Tuesday Jan 20 at 2l U with Dire J C Bays Al memoor are earnestly requeued to at tend as thorn la ousines ol Importance Mrs JS Rico Ito ordiog Secretary LUCKY James dinngurot the Tur nersvuie lection held ticket No 3104 which arew too Davenport given away by Cummin St McUiary ran last ad veriuamunt In iota paper attracts Mr Stringer attention and be came In yesterday and claimed ms prize AT an adjourned meeting of toe city council 1hurcdav night bonds ol bll uDlccrs elected a week before were ao copied and toe contract with the Stan lord Water Ltgat sit Ice Cu was signed Too town It to pay toe Cumpror 32s3 fur water and llgbu fur toe year A KHANKTOKTdltpttlCQ say Tot Alver un rooluilon Inviting Sonato Uurouu to addrca itie LeguUture wa- caAsu up and unauinuusiy auopicd Mr Alvurson thus ties ten buuur uf urilbK inu Uorman boom for press dent Ur as the Uuoeral Assembly concerned jAUKtt WPeRthe eight year uiu ton ol Mr and Mr G U Coo ur Is ot a douicsiio turo Uo is s tiriirato COOK and frequently mKui cakes pies and tau lUu fur his mute er Uu Can ooole n pretty goad mUll sod Gun alto sow IU well as me avurngi girl swerai years user TUB oolorialQiuDi givttu by the Film OrarJeto1r R S Eubsuk leach urIu the Graded bunool uoapo Friday evuolng was highly Creditable all thoroughly eejuyablu Poir luur ul tde puuilt told the lateroaiiug dior ul JuukiDuu In a way teat moimd uiuoi applause The musical part of Ion pro gram was ot a high uruur- TIIKawr rbitaol appu anhmd the Uoylo olroullooun la ins ou ul the L N rallriMJ vs Slarv V uars dull admlntstravors lbl11 toe eo ond aupnttt and tdtt court u iuiu the lUrokifon of I260U lor tae death of for Child Mary Vtnardali a girt ruuut 10 years old wus run down sad icnleu LIUIbrldKe BAND MANOLKU Juno u walls brother In law ul Duipb ParsunB of thus puoo mot with a horrible ace dent at John Traylor distillery late Tburday evening Bill left hod gut caugnt between the roller of a corn milland tbo wonder Is trial ho wus not killed AI It was the member was mangled and bad to be ticpuiaieu at the wrist Bl band nude such a wedge between tbe roller of the mill tort It tciually lopped the engine which however did sot have on a very high pressure of team It took several man to turn the mill basic In order that vlr WIlll band could be gotten out The lufferer was brought to town where bit band was taken off lad bo to doing as well as could bo expected Bo la an bonest hardworking young man and much sympathy Is foil for him In hls misfortune Mr Traylor said bo was matting him a spiondld workman and tie regrets to have 10 give blm up AT the meeting ofIbeeliv council Thursday night an ordinance wan paned ordering tbat tbe door of Walwoe Opera House be so arranged as to open outward or In other ward just the re verse of the way they open now Rail log were also ordered 1Qr the IItep- and we era told that an order for Ore iscape at the window came within vote or so of going tbrougb Ao ounce of prevention le worth a pound of euro and tbe management ot the opera house it tbaokful to the council for lt olever uggeitloo and the change will be made as soon as practicable Can It wittblo that rear of fire has caused ucb small attendance at theatrical en erialnmenu hero of late P If Mr Walton will feel more than over thankful to the council for pointing out the trouble and will spare no means In rem idylng It In fact he would bo almost willing to provide each person who goes to shows here with a fire escape and attlit him In using It In cue Are lSODA three pounds for lOo at J T Jones BOLTZCLAW lnn wife of John Hollzclaw of tbd Prraobertvllle seC tloo died suddenly Suada1IAN Item in our Ust Issue caused omeI to think we were going to lose Rev B Mahoov but wo are glad to tar weI are not It was a mention of Rev J Mahony giving up his pastorate att Carlisle and going to Vlcktburg MiltI AN enthusiasticmeeting citizens was bold at Barrodtburg Saturday looking to the organization of an old fashioned county fair to be held there moael11wadobt that a turn tufllclent to Inure heI success of tbo venture will be Several committees were appointed to solicit stock and a thorough canvass of the county will be made DYE NEWS There wat a social at Dave Tomb Friday night which was very much enjoyed by the young folks of this place The 18 year old eon of O R Carton died from the effects of a horse kick be received Jbree weeks ago Mr Carson ban tbe sympathy of this vicinity Ills son was a bright and popular boy Ql funeral was pceacbed Wednesday by Rev Montgomery at Goon River and his body was Interred In the Mlddlebarg cemetery O B Cstes is on the sick list JamelIour wagon and sprained hli ankle very badly Be can hardly wait on hit custom fire now J R Wilson is going to build a store bouio for a general line ol goods which It very badly needed at Ibis place D R Brown is on the tick list CHURCH MATTERS The Columbia Cdrlstlan church ad verilset for a pastor The Whlieiburjr Presbyterian church will be completed In May Georgetown College has raised El000 of lt 1100000 additional endow meat Tbe Christian churches of Kentucky gave lest month for home missions the sum of 778 66 iPriest ol the Pltuburg diocese will receive 1200 additional salary this year on account of tbd greater cost of living Rev J B Qollon who has been pastor of New Union Christian cburcb In Woodford county for the past 10 years has tendered his retlgnalloo There Is today a larger attendance In all the Sunday schools of Nicholas yule than was ever known In the his tory ff the town says the Jessamine JournalIn with tbo custom of the past few years wa will begin this year religious work with a week of union prayer Servian Beglentng on Monday night Un 18 tbo service will be held le the Cdrlsitan church Rev P J Ross leading the servlceoa Tuesday night the service will be bald In this Methodist cburob Rev 0 oue leadloc she service on Wedoes nay night the service will bo In tbe DsptUt oburod Rev J W Uagln lead tog the mrviooo Thursday night In the Presbyterian church whan tbe service will be participated In byallthe ministers Subj cw will bo announced from night to nlgbt J W BAOIN Dr W V Bills pastor of the Vine Street Chrlmlan cburcb has recelvod and accepted a call to tbe Christian onurcb of flyniblann In speaking ot him ibe Nashville American eayaDr- Ellie Is a chulr of rare ability a preacher of earnestness and eloquence and a pastor of unequaled popularllv Woon be came to Nashville bo found a Urge debt resting on tbe church and now leaves It free of debt and wonder fully strung spiritually Dr Bill was chaplain of the State Senate for tbo tint three mould of tbe last session and In thai capacity made warm friends of every member of that body at well tia of the State officials with whom be camo In contact Socially Dr Ellis It one of the most genial ot men and be has during his stay In Nashvlllo madn many friends wbo will always cherish for blm the kindliest feellbgt and who will wish for him In hit new pastorate that succeea which bill merit and talent richly deserve MATRIMONIAL Woolford Stevens and Miss Viola holyIOdin Spratt aged 24 and Uri LIz ale Puraong a widow of 34 were mar tied test week Ollie D ebouse aged 21 and Miss I ble Adams just 15wore married at IanIIIWm Lougbbrldgo and Miss Martha Swope daughter of Wm Swopea rich Fayetto county farmer wore married at Lexington last week laIa 10 days courtthlp bas become the wlfo a millionaire mine owner G Fred Gooob a clever young farm er of the McKinney section and Miss Ludle Johnson a handsome young wo man ot the tame neighborhood drove to Danville Thursday afternoon and Tberlot this placed Very Close Call IAto my engine although aver joint ached and every nerve was racke with pain writes 0 W Bellamy a lo comotlve fireman of Bunlngton Iowa I was weak and pale without any appe the and all run down As I was about to give up I got a bottle of E ectrlc hitters and after taking It I felt as well tI 1 ever did in my life Weak sickly run down people always gale new life strength and vigor from their ute Try them Satisfaction guaranteed bj Penny Price 60 cents Three manufacture of antitoxins alleged to have formed a combine Increase the price of tbe remedy 100 percent Many poor people are una ble to purchase this medicine at pee eat price 4hea bilious ty a dose of Chamber lalnl Stomach and Liver Tablets lOll realize for once bow qulclrla fintcla up to date medicine will correct the dJa order For sale by W N Craig Gov Beckham stated positively that he will not be a candidate for U S Senator NOTICE I I will be In McKinney each Friday to BUY and PAY OA8H tor All Kinds of LUMBER A B AUSTIN FORRENT byWmBeyeraaceJ D OWBLEY Nice Home For Sale I desire to sell privately my home on tot llnttonvtlle MlddUbnrg pike XX mild torn Huston vlllo Tbe bone bas six room and U la good repair Good barn and otb er outbuildings young orchard etc Lol contains six acre W II DADOETT 4U HuiUmvllle Ky Spectacles Lost I Lost In McKlnnev on Dee 10 a pair of gold flnltbed jwctaclei Frame hooks ore the eanj vorv heave frame Doable lens Wedektod Optical Cos name on the care goodbapeMcilnneyK- yBOBaQUIS 66749 AJO 0 JerseybullIn advance Uturn privilege permitted J n OAMKNI30H htanord Ky Produce Wanted I Wa want your trade and will pay you the EggFeatherCall at- NQRTUCOTT 8 THOMAS BtnnordKy Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Salt will tell privately Rill alto tell a 15 horse power auglne and boiler All In good repair WilleII at a bargain to cloco up builDOS Will take part pay lo lumber IowELLt Swimcr Stanford Ky I nave II CARIES BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANTOHD KY Special iteration to Commercial Men Your patronage is tolicited lioness handled on commission Stock Pens In Connoctlon AN ORDINANCE An ordinance to amend Section 43 ot the bylaws or the cltv of Stanford Tbe Oily Council of the city of Stanford do ordain as follow That Section 43 of the bylaws of tbo city at Stanford bo amended by striking there from the words and figures fined f2S and Inserting In lieu thereof 1100 o that when amended shall read as follows The tax on license to sell ere crackers Hom n candls rockets or other like con trlvanccs loaded with powder or othr like explosive substance within the city of Stanford ahall bo f 100 and that said license shall not be tuned for a shorter period than one year This ordinance shall take effect after one publication In one Issue of the In MayorLtApproved by Council Jan 1604 AN ORDINANCE An ordinance regulating the means ot ex- It and entrance to and from public halls lo the city ot Stanford The Council of tbe city of Stanford do ordain as follow That the doors on all public ball In the city of Stanford Ky both Inside and out ba so hung that they will open out from the building and that In all canoe where said hulls are not on tbe ground floor tbat a hand rail hall be placed on eacb side of the stairway leadlog to same and that the own er lessee or manager of any such hull who thereiwlthouthavingaamo quired by tbU ordinance shall for every such offenio bo fined thesnm of 123 All ordinances In conflict herewith are repealed This ordinance shall take effqct from and after Its publication to one IMUO of the lit TERIOR JOURNAL A B Florence Mayor- L U Clerk Approved by Council Jan U n04 t Great Reduction On Winter Suits and Overcoats WE Must CUT Stock DOWN In Tlmo for Spring SfiO Suits cut to G50 1000 Suits cut to 800 12 50 Suits cut to 950 1500 Suits cut to 1100 1850 Suits cut to 1250 Sumo Reduction on OVERCOATS tf b Cummins a McClary Our StockFor the present year will not beas large as come in the State but it will be found to be the Beet Goods manufactured in too United States CRITEIUAN CLOTHING for men are perfect beautiful fullcurved shoulders patent fronts to prevent breaking STETSON HAT8 they need no comment every body knows they are tho Best Soft Hat in the World The FOUNTAIN SHIRT I believe hardly has an equal for neatness and beauty of pattern andcomfort of fit in loom Linen and Silk The WALKOVER SHOE for men is new line with us but it is a good Oneone ot the beet adrcr tiscd lines produced in the United States Tho Manet it Hocker Bootee Shoe you all know I have sold them for 20 years Old Honest Mike Boots and Shoes and LEVEL BEST Boys Shoes are iu all probability the Best Goods Menu factured today for Honest Hard Service ULTRA Shoes for Ladies are the only Shoes that I know with heavy but at the same time quite flexible cushion insole so constructed that they cannot stretch out ofellope Orenstein Rice Neckwear is made of the Best Silk closelywoven to prevent the beard from picking it The Celebrated HARRIS Suspender is in a claw into itself and their 25c and 5Occ goods are simply Out of Sight when compared with others In fact wo buy the Cream of Mens wear and ask you to examine us from time to time and see if these statements are not all true Terms Cash HJtYTRoberts Nineteen Hundred And FourwardI- s our watchword for the new year The INTBIUOU JOURNAL let the eat out before we intended it should but it is true that wo will have more room by the addition of the room now occu pied by the Grand Leader We have been crowded for sometime and as we expect to enlarge the lines we now carry nUll add some new once so we hind to have more space both for the comfort and convenience of our customers and ourselves To Qur CustomersYou have helped to make this a ban tier year for us and wo want to thank you for your patronage and patience in waiting when wo were unable to handle the big crowd of shoppers as quickly os we would like We have improved our system for this year and promise you better set vice than ever before Remember it is the customers pleasure and convenience first with ue Use us use our store use our goods we will give you your moneYd 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 t Geo H Farris otjStanford Ky t y h a Ma Tl 4 JigINTERIOBJOURNALMGred laualttr ge eLlmbwdTumSa4m an4 4va1 1 PER YEAR CASH III fho mot sopald aOO wilt beehsrg KNOXVILLE DIVISION II Train going North 104 iSOata m 02SII South 12 17 amo 15 No1JI IS35pm eJ H BOONE ft CO Proprietors 4bIVERY flND FEED STftBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Ben Ice at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal iDl Tratjlor DEALER IS WHIskn Brandu Wines Beer Gioars Etc IOarpentlrDepotSTANFORD KY Prompt anl ttenUoo Nothtnz but the bee to drink AUll phone cr telegraph orders receive prompt attention H Cg RUPLEY t The Merchant Tailor STANFORD Ky C ode Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call li JDWearen Fire aad Tornado Insurance Repieeonts The Home of Now York company In the world Assets18t71063512 as Farm property in Casey Garrard and In coin counties Phono 21 If RBMahony Insurance fluent 594360J8G9 Stanford Kentucky insuranci fluent Solicits a share of the patronago ot the property owners tu counties lncoln and Casey who may be In surance Bfeainst Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the 8tron esllnd best Old Line Com paoloa represented and the low est sihle rates are guaranteed Phone e- LStanford Kentucky ae THIS IS At Presidential Year and you must i KEEP POSTED j The way to do thb Is to road the WEEKLY coURIER IODUNAG henry Watterson Xdltor Twelve pages Issued every Wednesday S1 A YEAR Havunuo Itoforui Social Reform Moral Be term TheCoutlegJournallseueethe boat Aitranao published Send 3Sc for a copy by mall OOUItifR JOURNAL CO Louis Yllle Ky IIra special arrange nt you can get the INTERIOR JOURNAL and the WIIfiKLr COURIEIt JOURNAL both one year for only II JO rCRG t LGXIOGTOn t D8ll10ClRfC Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year It especially devoted to the Interests of CD the Democratic party And gives All the news without tear or favor W P Walton Editor Pror Lexington Ky i l d W Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and Fanoy HorsoShoors West MAin ttrsot Stanford Kentucky ReA JONESDENTIST t Stanford CdT Offlcoover Higgins A McEinnoyi Stor Telephone Hu 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Hoard and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes tonal bills due when services are rendered and must tv paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLES w BUUBB SN Prod JUNCTION CITY KY rirttOlaM Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Bale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my farm of 130 acres on the Liberty ptko 8X mites from UnstonTllle It Is all In grass and the land Is fertile and In good shape It has on It a good boast of rooms a tenant house two stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address O W Blffe Jr Ty rone 0 T or call on J P Rife Huston yule K- yLUTES BOONE S CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky AU persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do well see ns We nave a number of line Lincoln and adjoining county farm for sale and will be to show anyone desire to salt placewhat we hue It you It In our hands Office at Boone Livery Stable Stanford Ky J+ G+ JYJcCuA Y UNDERTAKES EHBAJLBCERt And Dealuar Ira BAB2TSSS SADDLDTIacO Stanford Ky J L Beazlfiy Co Undertakers and- Embalmers aMODIaL XII UlarnllurcMattinEfdRaEs rhoy will Exchange Furniture for all kInd of Stork Give them- a call Prices right iTAHFOED KENTUCKY GEORGE I N GILLOCK UploDa- teTONSORIALARTIST Hustonvllle Ky Tins removed to hill new and elegant ly fitted rooms next door West of the P 0 Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your bueinees so licited r e CEDAR CREEK Rev Robt Jordan will preach at Hebron next Sunday Dllllon Dros sold to Ike Shelby 18 cattle at 310 Runel Dllllon sold to Theo Nolaod four calves at 110 50 Cedar Creek has two thriving fro cerles In operation W J Jarvis has built a neat store house and stocked It and Wash Singleton li at his old stand with a nice assortment of goods Mr Theo NolandJ of Estlll county who bought the farm owned by W Q Boone has moved his family to their new home Mr Doone will shortly take possession of the farm be bought from Jas Dudderar Only a board marks our little station but more passengers are put off and on here then at many stations of greater sizeMilo 111 is given up to tie the prettiest piece of track on the road The clever foreman Will Lewis knows how to put a track In order and Uncle Cary knows how to keep it neat Charley Jarvis of Canada with his bride are with Mr W J Jarvls Mice Ollie Newland who has been quite sick fe much improved Mire Bird Peter Is visiting friends In London Mrs W J Janis hat returned from a visit to Lebanon Mr and Mrs Jar H are with JA Tucker They will probably locate In Lexing ton Clark Newland the young cur veyor Is kept quito busy His work gives general satisfaction OTTENHEIM Making spokes Is the chief work of the hour here Bryant Plummer and Ambrose Ballard being the leading ex pertsWhite Davis have an ear of corn on exhibition in their store that Is quite a novelty It grew on the farm of Mr O M Jones Ephram Manuel says there will be 26 snows this winter There have been 13 already now let us watch and see what kind of a weather prophet Prof Manuel Is John James and wife of Martlnsvlllc Ind are visiting his brother J A Tucker has gone to Cincinnati where ho expects to get a position aa fireman on the railroad Eld A J Daughert gave the Sunday School at Pine Grove a 20 minutes talk Sunday Richard Chandler spent Sunday with his parents A man will run saet as he can to cross a railroad track in front of a lo comotive Then he will watch it out of sight Then he will walk leisurely away Bo seems to be all right and probably Is That save the Emporla Kan Gazette Is a man A woman In a street car will open a satchel and take out a purse close the satchel and takeout a dime and close the pune open the satchel and put in the purse close the satchel and lock both cods Then she will give ihp dime to the conductor who will give her a nickel back Then she will open the satchel and take out the purse close the satchel put the nickel In the purse close the purse open the satchel and put in the purse close the satchel and lock both ends Thou she will feel for the buckle on her back and give her hair a yaaki God bless her Congratulations Mr John H Cullom editor of the Gar land Texas News has written a letter ot congratulations to tho manufacturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy aa follows Sixteen years ago when our first child was a baby he was subject to croupy spells and we would be very uneasy about him We began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in 1887 and finding It such a reliable remedy for colds and croup we have never been without it In the house since that time We have five children and have given it to all of them with good results One good feature of this remedy Is that it is not disagreeable to take and our babies really like it Another is that It is not dangerous and there is no risk from giving an overdose I congratulate you upon the success of your remedy For sale by W N Craig John Sharp Williams of Mississippi the democratic house leader Is not par ticularly careful about his clothes though bli linen Is always as spotlcis as a Southern gentlemans should be Changing styles do not effect the old fashioned collar with the wide opening at the throat aud his little black tie The tlo In never securely In a bow and when It falls down some Intuition seems to remind him of the fact and he tics It up loosely again just U4 ho would ad just his spectacles II Williams Is al ways in fatigue dress said r republi can admiringly but his mind Is always on active servic- eChamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy- The uniform success of this remedy has made it tho most popular preparation in use for bowel complaints h1ft every whom recognized as the one remedy that can always bo depended upon and that Is peasont to take For sale by W N Craig D T Brummett received a letter Monday from James McGlnnls at pArkivlHe telling him his horse was at his home having been turned Into his posture at night The buggy was found at Mllledgavllte Harrodsburg Herald 1 uo Have You Forgotten have you forgotten tbe old time When you and I were young The happy walks wo used to take The tender songs we sung nave vou forgotten that summer eve When I hold your hand In mine When tbo lovcllght glistened In your eye And my arm was about you twined Have you forgotten the vows we spoke How we talked of our futuro bright As wo tat on the seat by the silver lake Bathed In the mooos pure light Ab that was lung ago sweetheart And oft when alone I dream Wo are living that time oer again And things are not whet they seem And I often go to that some old seat As you and I did then And looking across the stretch of years Wonder what your life has been BLUE G BARD Found a Cure for Indigestion- I use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets for indigestion and find that they suit my case bettor than any dyspepsia remedy I has ever tried and I have used many different remedies I am nearly 61 years of age and have suffered a great deal from I can eat almost anything I want to nowGr W Emory hock Mills AU For sale by W N Craig Struggling In the icy waters of Echo river In the blackest depths of Mammoth Cave 18 delegates to the National League of Commission Merchants bad a narrow escape from death All were thrown from the boat Into tbe water which was eight tact deep and many lives would have been lost but for the bravery end streogthof Charles A Muehlbrooner and the coolness of all the men and women In the boat Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man enduring pains of accidental Cuu Wound Brols es Burns Scald Sore trot or still mints But theres no need for it Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill the piln and euro the trouble Its the brat Salve on earth Pennysy Jesse W Sweeney morairron Livory Feed and Solo Static Lancaster Ky horses weli fed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates + t HftTTtTT H+ If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial First National Bank Ky Capital 50000i This was originally established as the Hank In 1858 then reorganised as tbe National Hank of and again reorganised as the First National lUtk of Stanford In 18S3 having had practically an uotntor rupted ilslenco It Is bettor now with facilities for transact InK basinets promptly and well than ever before lu Its lung career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited ss J B Paxton J n Owtley U Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter Stanford Stock Imitation supplied honorable Officers McKinney LINCOLN COUNTY BANK TCAPITAL STOCK Directors Successor to The Hank A Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Roping snob basinets will prove mutually 1 Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title ConlpallYl t Stanford Ky l 0e3ea ol BalmproTtd land In Ire musty MolSullc tram Htbuls Sultan on lreo tOOl tAl a eMl Will41 N xebssg frprrljln Uncolncoeolj Mo Hail farm 3lsrrclmllai Irora Stan feN llouxol forgoa regime bask perch a 541- ands load bra sod other balMloti la goal- repuir rntlnilx trUt well kneed s sen In tultlritton oDeraln fruit trees ml In rase Hough at oamraliilOMt ul si bargain and no be MM st timiD Clot to and skurah rricvlMfwracr LaoJJjolnln old tllr 110 aDd 115 This lea baraatn Ko4MacrMKOu4UtkJTiro story six teas dwelling barn snigssbeoMgStf Whole pUcolo well IIDI is goal toudt Ua hlcltWO No Sn roorod f4Hnt rcojf llar end II car Iced hsverhllt5VNlsal5psi5 IVnctnf cod plan dON W town Will tall a small lamllj No Mi rontoe of foal as limb rlanJ 100- 0asID county Kr on Onpu Vie trekt- rtMlunof s the North folk of Kantuctr Nee Iourtelnofcoal rarilBgln IbtokOM tram s bet to eta test fnyet to tee mouth of abarsrmk A rallioad l mrtfjru within thrM mllta of mild property The llmtor ronilats of oaksu TIll puren Will seller easbsii ra saifUrtaa No 59A nlfs tllory right roam tome Jwtlllnji In Stanford llaa iwo btlla good rDat- with ooncnt floor gent cardan well kluhen Dro aIa on place whlthrtBUfor llh wools Thd Nllgrroufstblapamooth This stir U la good repair sad nn M boll bt for 3gt0a No rerour acm of land and k eke oo story lit room frame I1II0e In MtKlno j Ky water warka In kitchen and fjmllj room UooJ Urn snd all DtcfMTJ oatbulldlagl flu well kneed and la good repair house aloe mat sod li cooipanlUelr sew sod HSODIJ aik 760 for ths bo property No Farm 171 aeTM splendid btnrgran laud In Lincoln count Two atory f room um mldeor 3 tenant bodes barn room for otr 00 bead ol stock andcllolbevneawtyoutbuildings sit good relr COM lo school p toBc railroad and In good neltfhUirbood 400 urn In cultlratlon ra In jraai aod tltnbrr lie Tat la an deal country Some a all conranUncM on place nlesle ell watered with II never failing prlnfi et4 Price leaaontble No CTNlre rottagr urN land within IU mllMol Stanford IB goal repair frnelog coral well sod good cellar Uood bun Mil4 amokshouM At Young orchard sod floe vine rd tonic gardso ptwluc to IISOOKo from Boraeract KrrutlnaTenlelda Forty acres In cultlta tlon 40 acre In putnre baUor In timber Dwell tug restates fen wows Large bars and all see euuy oul KenctS bulldlngsln ipleo did repair Well watered Itirs52800- o 21 acm of land In Ford ill mtixfrom railroad aadi lollllt tramArlan rive hfeuijr acre of land la river botiom li flr l dm land anti In grM This land li for tale raichanxNo farm of acres In Lincoln musty Three good dwellings 1 good bum tad out bail Jiogi each hour barn etc about th center of era All on county road i tulle from church school end Lays well and well watered This It a good tobacco farm and would auit two or thrte fatulllea that might want to cow trots theism neighborhood 1rlce reasonable No cn Twoatorr frame dwelling of six rooms Iwo bal TiranJi to wellattloorand all otoer nera arr ouibulldlnut Also large blacksmith bop Waondshed lull length or shop and fret sble Thli property will bl sold at a very low price No oA farm ollJIacreafcur mile from sun foes onbrtt In the county well wslend- fentnagad dwelling fronts pike all nec auv outbuilding Asplendid blue graugrin andonly 20 minutes drlr from county wat Owner ol one lartn adjoining this bta recently refried IIS oer sere We oR r this st M780 No Fifty ores near Pleaaant Point Ky Frame home rooms end porch Barn and other outbuilding Sicrsin eultlratlon rest In tim ber Wed WJ yarli from tCbool and rhurrh Icywell pike and In goof com munltT Irfce No 1lloua sot lu Stanford runmiball porch In the rear goat carilen oui nKlghlmrnooJ lore to churches tad aoiiool iced iail lam lly No 1Rnuuand lot In Stanford Route con sins dre motes load stable and acres of land well fenced Poe of prattled building lots In town room enough In front for two other cottage or a ilory front could be built to the cottage and wade a beautiful home Will sold cheap aa the owner mull have ruoDf- trNoU1lftIllDgOCtlE rooms hall and porch ncrreiaary outbuildings ganlcn Alto largo two story store room Mi6U feet lows room uppllt- lib rouDter hhes etc Water In end storeroom she cUtern and well on place Small lot buck of atom lne mite from tiunlorj Ilulldlnga In good repair sod dwelling originally tit 11500 sad store Tcrfl20u Will sell both for sate or will rent or sell separately No I3ZM sera farm mile of Crab Orchard Ky HrlckdwelllngB a rooms two tenant bouwi two hero wolf and spring near dwelling lire In high pale of cultivation sera river bottom- land good fencing Jrult etc 1rlce M7M an sere No 4J Two story seven room frame dwelling veranda etc Oue story itoreroom two shops tenant house stable crib sod ware house Every building new mod fencing In flntabape Allot the property la Jliulonville K and we will soil M a whole or sell each ihoePrranmsttueFopiceiddtestteabove rotary No 72A splendid stock of tale This li the best business sued and the nicest and most carefully selected stock goods In Central Ken lucky A rode In Uncoln sod adjoining counties sell this for coat and carriage and if you waat to go In builntu you cannot Sod a nicer stock better place or better trade In this particular line outiliieof the cities J 8 1IOOKKK Prest J J McUOHKUTH Ohr ts W II WEAKEN Bkpr Directors F Held Danville T Harris Stanford L Rocker Stanford 1 W P Walton K L Tanner n Klmore Stanford t 8 II llauihman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson lIubble tWNATIONAL WBOOOO Farmers relations beneficial navigable rerlaatlng IriceKSO blacksmith splendid Officers II SHANKS President J n OW8LRY Cashier r W U BUIOUT Asst Cashier TwoI e land and is good eessvsity A bargain st I No rltrarf llSacrr la Cawr toast A IIdIIleAa a Faeue of semen ttj mile Irom Stan wreninmall cottage good turn sad ONttxilMlcn well bboughutyourprkeueotilrs ratul bar money No oi Farra of Tf serra aesborg DUlellIJOot bera1 Well water leeelg is J epalr lruduci Uelion land in Beifhbot hood to school sBdoogoodraaJ Tike 1700 xyOnmlgood barn and olbr outbuilding 6Uty acre In IeLarchu lets lricoBlyubO thehudchtap framehousInhalbge ItaltlN All bulUlngs and lent leg In repair slid h a dlratooc tome Price lasso No 6Ten and ese hrif Cral of end nice two ivIilbyta Ilm and bucksm th shop re by 40 three forthisstockof ItatNatOltiPfencing In good condition M arm la rultlfatlon orrrollrrrNo Two atorr fram dwelling mom hall IngoalNo to Farm of acres illuaU villaKy6secinwlUtalon30ltimhprrtIs r outbulldlngigoa l repair i welliDLcompentlv rhurtheaorbool1nsuiaee wholelfinebr12100orinparcels This la certainly cheap property InStaornIuiMldMirabl bouie In town Price resaooabl No SI Dwelling of 4 roomiwllh Jrt sere had DlilbullellopIn 1700Noor nbeaCI llae all ncrseary lmproveuenu bargilnNo par hechangeWnttbuK in 10hnrrJInnel ami well watered Will sell thl on easy JenneNa176roomfnmerottegnand one sere o Lsrg bun smoke house repairITIceJIOONo 7GTln acre of land two tory front cot goalgardengooil two ilablea bug pSeine emute bUM tics natbedimIIfigure or leN ltadwellingslatbuilding new bars mug new iron room loxM tillpl1llrtworlhI2rqAlsoagoalaock ousticeNo WA Um of Ito acrw frame dwellinge outhulldingsnIIt 03acres ln cullIIlon reel in blue rase thisplateNo 26 Frame hotel large room double veran scoreroomrrontingtrot nhxlyfursbhelnapered hoodgrdcnKyand I rIoprlelorn county vat culrlIonclockNlroilutIoodnlltbborbood IIIurfJa