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JI SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I 11 VOL XXXI STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 22 1904 8 A M NO 931Bachelors Combine The contest now raging In Clayton N J li one to enlist serious attention Stripped of lido and minor Issues the principles Involved aro the right of bachelors to comblno for protection tagatoat the wiles of women and the women to uio all fair and oth f and demoralizeor meant to disrupt bachelor combinations Joseph I lane who thinks ho li a confirmed bachelor organized the Clayton anti matrimonial club some time ago Do has boon from the be ginning Its chief officer and the rvl dence teems to show that be Is a man gifted In no small degree with the qualities of patience perseverance and pertinacity Almost as jast as he has 4 secured members the women who winter at the resort have ensnared them Hut II Is claimed each dcscrlloa has been compensated for by a fresh roo crulto that neither side can claIm any decided advantage over the other I up to the present time The last sally party sent out by the Clayton winter girls came back wtib several captives and the report was widely circulated that among them was the Tlceprcstdoni of the nullmatri monlal club This rumor has been de need however and President Zinc Is said to have smiled when Informed that k the jound women were beginning to teal that they hd reduced the ranks of the bachelors to tbo point whore the latter would soon be willing to negoti ate for terms of capitulation Qls smiles were attributed to the fact that be has been promised a large number of recruits from the recently arrived ellglbles But nevertheless this winter cam palgn Is to be the mot severe of any the olub haa engaged In since lu or ganisation Ills leap year and the Clayton winter girls are determined that It shall not pats until every mom r ber of the anllmatrlmonlal combine prelldontjban girls will cot hesitate to retort to every wile that has been practiced by their sex trout the dawn of history to the present day And aside from the vain able assistance which they will receive from their mothers aunts ana older sitters and the mothers aunts and elder sitters of the bachelors they will of course have the powerful backlog of the national administration which does not hesitate to exhibit openly Its sympathy with their cause Chicago InterOcean STRONGEST EVIDENCE OF FAITH G L Penny Guarantees That Hyomel Will Cure The Worst Case of Catarrh In Stanford When one of tbs most reputable con corn In Stanford guarantees that a medi cine will effect a cure or Mr Penny will refund the money it speaks volumes as to the merits of that remedy It is in this way that Mr Penny is selling Hyomel the treatment that his made so many remark Ole cures of both acute and chronic ca tarrh in Stanford and vicinity Ityomei Is not a pill nor is it a liquid that has to be taken with a tablespoon or wineglass Just breathe It by the acid of an inhaler that comes In every outfit and Uentfit will be seen from the firet treat ment It dettroyei all germ life in the air luau in the lungs and cnrlcliei and purl fies the blood with additional ozone It cures catarrh of the bead and throat or Hbl stomach liver and kidneys Wher r ever mucous membrane contains catarrh 4algerms there llyomci will do ha heal log Whea using this treatment the air you breathe will bo found like that on the mountains high above the sea level where grow balsamic trees and plants which make the air puio by giving oil volatile antiseptic fragrance that is heal to the respiratory organs A complete Hyotnel outfit costs but S1 and includes an Inhaler dropper and suf- i ficient Hyomtl for several weeks treat t mentRemember that if Ilyomel does not euro you O LPenny will refund your money This is a good time to cure ca tarrh by this natural method and prevent catarrhal colds that ate so common at this season Kid Carter knocked out Joe Cboyn IIklln the first round Choynskl claim Carter fouled him TUB bill which has passed the Son ate creating the county of Oeckbam a out of Carter Elliott Uowan and mil the couaGreonup with Olive as ty seat will of necessity be a pauper county ot which we have decidedly too many already r Win S Crane ot California Md iMr for years from rheumatism and lumbago Ho was finally advised to try N Chamberlains Pain Balm which ho did and it effected a complete cure This liniment Is for sale by W N Cra- igii PREACHERSVILLE J T niogamao told to W P Grimes a combined maro fur 110 Levi Hell bought a work boron for 146 Mr West of Garrard bought of Jonah Marsee his homo here for 1575 This Is the fourth time this place has changed hands within it year While gathering oges nl thn barn Mrs John B Anderson foil and was seriously Injured She Is reported ai being some bettor Mrs A J Thump son who has been of pleurisy Is Improving Mrs Henry Blankookblp Is convalescent Geo King continues quite slate with lumbago Tbo sick and aflllctcd bavo our sympathy Mrs Charity King arrived Saturday from Norman Okla much to the joy of her clIpeolallyStephenson Dozier of Richmond are visiting J T Blngamtn and wife Miss Beulah Jordan was with the Misses Cummins Sundav Mr and Mrs Alex Robinson of Cedar Crook have boon visiting at Mr B T Lunsfords Mre Ollle Mcster of Garrard has boon over to see her friend Mrs D M An derson Mr and Mrs Archer of Som erset aro now visiting the family of Mr H Foley Mr Kb Kennedy of Stanford was with G C Kennedy and community was shocked as It has never been before whoa It learned of the sudden dcalhof Mre John Dolts claw last Sundry morning She was apparently In the belt of health with the exception of a sllghiibroal trouble At four oclock she awakened with a smothering spell living only a short while and dying before a doctor could be secured A loving husband and a prattling little follow of two years aro left to mourn the los of a noblo wife and mother and In their overwhelm tog sorrow they have the sympathy of friends everywhere Mrs Uollzolaw was an Intelligent borne loving Chris tlan woman Sbo was Mite Carrie Bowen of Garrard May the bereav ed family In their dark hours of sorrow look to Dim who sillied the waves of stormy Gtllllee and forget not tbalQIIo dofltb all things well The funeral services were conducted at the Baptist church by Rev Carmlcal Tbo remains wore laid to rest In the Lancaster cem elcry LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Several Wyandotte roosters wanted J W Hughes Moroland W S McGuire bought In Kockcat tlo 24 mixed cattle at 2J to 3o Ono Alabama cotton planter told his crop this year for about 100000 J M Reynolds sold to Jordon b Sturgeon a team of horses for 1140 I will have 100 good young cattle on the Lancaster market Monday J M RobertsSGray gelding eight years old good and gentle for sale J M Carter Sr Morelaod James McKechole bought of James Robinson two yearling mules for 1125 and two twoyearolds for I1CO The great tire Alllewood Is slated to be sold In the Madison Square Gar den tale Now York which begins Jan uary 27th There was another advance In May wheat at Chicago tbo figures reaching 021 cents May corn and May oats also advanced sharply Coffey Bros bought 15 head of mules at 175 to 1130 0 T Keen sold a span of mare mule to G W D roc km an for 1305 Adalr News The tobacco growers of the darks vllle district will meet In Guthrlo to urge that Congress tako action to re peal the war tax on tobacco D C Sipple of Moreland baa pur chased about 150000 pounds of tobacco In the last few months al 15 to 17 Ho bought Ktn Martins crop Wednesday- W A Owing the trainer sold last week to A Roberts of Louisville the fast pacing mare Mary Lynn 215 for 1500 This maro was sold by A E Hundley recently to Lexington parties Danvillo News Monday was mulo day at Mayfleld and tho greatest demand than at any time since the war Thorn wero 180 mules sold at an average of 1135 which brought about 125000 It was county court day and thousands were In town There was a small crowd at court the roads being too rough for travel A tow mule horses and cattle changed hands Ono pair of mules brought 8300 0800pound steers sold to John Goggln at 3c and 6 lighter eleera for 280 Somerset Journal Domestic Troubles It Is exceptional find a family where there are no domestic ruptures occasion ally but these can be lessened by having Dr Kings New Lifo Pills around Much trouble they save by their great work In Stomach and Liver troubles They not only relieve you but cure 25o at Pennys drug storeS Columbia has a pave of smallpox NEWS NOTES Georgo Francis Train Is dead In New YorkA York boy was cured of a bro ken neck Joseph Wolayer aged 14 and weigh lag too pounds Is dead at Elgin III John Qctlerman d Co of Louisville purchased the Union stock yards at Nashville for 1130000 Tbo temperance people of Madison vllle aro trying to forco the saloons to take down their screens Pope Plus declares ha Is not affcrted by rumor of his death and thinks they may servo to prolong his life The distillery of Mlbalovltch S Fletcher at Cincinnati was destroyed by Ire causing a lots of 1100000 Richard Sblpp aged 14 of prominent family accidentally shot and killed himself at his homo near Versailles Mayor Fleltchman of Cincinnati has ordered Hutcks Theater thero cloud till lacking firo protection Is supplied Frank Uhlnr a Chicago printer is under arrest charged with robbing a dead victim of the Iroquols Theatre fire Three men aro under arrest at Chi sago charged with robbing the dead and dying victims of tho Iroquois Thea ter fire Fire destroyed a big dormitory and several government school buildings on the Pawnee reservation In Oklahoma TerritoryMany wero fired and several persons hurt In a lively pitched battle between union and nonunion men at Kansas City Tho osteopaths of tho State aro try leg to have a bill passed providing for the appointment of an osteopathic ex awing board Dr E P Russell a Hopklnsvlllo physician mav loose bis foot as the result of an attempt to cut a bunion with a pocket knife Tbo new Chicago theater building law will result In the closing of the older places of amusement unless they are recontrucledIIt Is thought that at least eight Chi cago theaters may have to suspend on account of the stringency of the new building ordinance Tbo testimony has been completed In the trial of former Alderman Ellen ac Bused of boodling In connection with the water deal at Grand Rapids Mich A resolution favoring the Improve ment of the Ohio river to meet the needs of commerce Is to be presented for consideration at the mine workers convention In Indianapolis It Is estimated that the Chicago thea tore will be obliged to spend 1500000 In repairs under the new ordinance passed by the Chicago City Council It Is probable that the price of seats will be raised Capt Daniel 0 Parr ono of Louis villes oldest and wealthiest clllzens was found dead In bed Ho was a pio Door river man and built tho first business block on Fourth Avenue south of Green Street Most of tbo Kentucky chapters of the Daughters of the Confederacy celebra ted the birthday of Gen Robert E Lee with appropriate exercises and by conferring the crone of honor on Con federato veterans The 15th annual convention of the United Mine Workers of America Is In session at Indianapolis Tbo report of the sccretarylrcasurer showed that tbo organization has more than 11000 000 in Its treasury Severe weather Is prevailing In the East In Pennsylvania railroad trafllo Is hampered by heavy snows Tbo tem perature In Washington Is the lowest since 1899 Fcnda N Y reported 33 degrees below zero- MrrLtosArasa POOR cpTlio worn out stomach of the overfed mil Honalrc is often paraded In tho public prints as a horrible example of the evils attendant on the possession of great wealth But millionaires aro not the only ones who aro afflicted with bad stomachs The proportion is tar greater among tho toilers Dyspepsia and indi gestion aro rampant among these people and they suffer far worse tortures than the millionaires unless they avail them selves of a standard medicine like Greens August Flower which has been a favorite household remedy for all stomach troub lee for over 35 years August Flower rouses the torpid liver thus creating appetite and Insuring perfect digestion It tones and vitalizes the entire system and makes life worth living no matter what your station Trial bottles 25c regular size The At all druggists IHov r N Arnold prayed In the House at Frankfort that the capitol question should be speedily settled and the salon proceeded forthwith to pass a bill appropriating a million for a new capItol This Is one of the quickest answers to prayer on record and since limo Arnolds petitions are apparently so acceptable at the throne of grace It It hoped that bo will get behind all the good measures with his supplications Lexington Democrat FRANKFORT POLITICAL GOSSIP FRANKFORT Kv Jan 21From a political point of view Frankfort N an exceedingly lively place but commer cially speaking tbo town does not ap pear much ahead of Stanford although twice as large The General Assembly after experiencing Internal diseentlon of a rather serious character has about quieted down to straightforward business and some legislation In looked for during the next month Something like bill bave been Introduced and of tblll- unuluMllylarlZe number only one has patted the Senate and one the House but not a single bill has yet patted both houses There are four bills which It seems certain will become laws within the course of two week All of them aro of great Importance and their passage will be received with gratification all over the Stato They are the worlds fair bill appropriating 75000 to the St Louis exposition the Johnson bill appropriating 11000000 for a new State capitol building the Heflin disfran chising bill prohibiting Ignorant and Illiterate Negroes from voting and the Canirill school book bill All faction havo been harmonious In the discussion of all bills except tbo school book bill which has figuratively speaking stirred up the animals During recent sessions In tho past the Senate has been held responsible for the failure to pass school book legislation and tbo leaders In the House this time fearing tbo same trouble forced the Senate Into action by tbo passage of a joint caucus resolution re quiring a majority of the members of the General Assembly Instead of a majority of each House necessary to make n joint call on the school book question Many of the Senators objected to ibid method declaring It revolutionary and for the purpose of throttling the Senate The morning following the joint caucus Cantrlll Introduced his bill In the Senate and Immediately following Us required readings the Upper House passed the bill by a unanimous vote It then dawned upon the House that tbo Senate bad stolen the much coveted thunder but there was nothing left but Insincerity If the House failed to pass It because the bill was In reality fine one The House committee has report ed the bill favorably with a few minor amendments and It will become a law Just before the passage of the bill in the Senate Cantrlll delivered a sensational speech denouncing the admlnls irallon at Frankfort in tbo bItterest language conceivable and Insinuated that several mon In high places were selling out regularly to the book trusts No one thought be bad any strengih until the roll was called which showed a unanimous vote In reply to the charges made against Gov Beckbam he sent a communication to the House which denounced Canlrlll In as strong terms an Cantrill bad previously denounced him In the letter tbe Governor stated that he was not and would not be a candidate for the U S Senate two years hence al though he had been created a candl date However oven the Rouse turn ed to the Cantrlll measure and In poll log the vote asking for Us immediate consideration the result stood 63 to 13 lo favor of the Cantrlll measure The administration does not want the Cantrill bill passed because heretofore be has been fighting school book legislation and many think It Is not right for tbe bill to bear his name but that those who have been working dll igently for six years should bave the credit J M A CLIIIATIC CURES The influence of climatic conditions in the cure of con sumption every much overdrawn Tbe poor patient and the rich patient too can do much better at home by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectora tion 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 ing tho greatest danger and dread ot tho consumptive can be prevented or stop 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 consumptives there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those whouse German Syrup Trial bottles 25c regular sizc75c At all drug gists Organized effort to this State Fair given to LouUvlllo as a permanent feature were takenat ajmeotlnsr of rep resentatlves of the commercial organi zations The Legislature will be ask ed to lend assistance In providing the necessary buildings When bilious try a Idoce of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and realize for once how quickly a firstclass upto date medicine will correct the dIs- order For sale by W N Craig t C yJtI O I IfJ tj5110ftfor your choice of any Winter Suit or JflS x in the house HI the4rto brought to Danville and there are bigf lHJf bargains for those that come at once m ttThiS price is cashnone of these f charged L4s ix f Tn 17LIUI1U1UQI Y lile11TIii 4I fi- aD THE GLOBE r Ct t41 c C te A e How to Save FUEL Briefly buy a COLES HOT BLAST COAL STOVE It cuts the fuel bill in two because It burns tho gas arising from burning coal Gas goes via the chimney In other stoves COLES HOT BLAST really makes 1300 soft coal work like S i 00 hard coal Come in and see that smokeless feed door Does away with duet dirt and smoke in the house Our cuttlery has a great reputation In this neighborhood because while our prices aro cheap the goods are not I HigginsMKinneySole STANFORD I 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 paintingGood paint is always worth more than its cost and the best paints these days go far ther and last longer than over before 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 fiveyears to fully appreciate its QUALITY Pennys Drug Store StanfordI fecgersbaJ 900cs9ilemos tc W N CRAIG Pharmacist Successor to Craig A Hocker STANFORD KENTUCKY t w to irHEINTERIOR JOURNAL t E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR- I a candidate for Sheriff of Uncoln county sublet U the action of the democratic arty GEO W DE BORD II a canaldate for Sheriff of LinCOln County sublet to the action of the democratic party t T JEFF HILL SR U a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county sotjec the action of the democratic rallY JESSE C LYNN U a candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to action of the democratic party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES c HAYS I li a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the iMMcratlc party WIHERRIN li a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the party ISMUEL M OWENS IIa candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject la the action of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUITT Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to tW action of the democratic f party I MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county subject to the action of the demo critic party D L MOORE a candidate for In the IHON succeed Hon G G Gilbert sub cited the Democratic party Your sup r repubUtfeet by the announcement of ExGov a Bradleyaeacandldatefordelegatefromthe clares himself for Roosevelt first loal and all thee time and the Roosevelt re publicans will seek to bind every other candidate for delegate In the lame way Ljallo Combs minister to Guatamala Is to return to Kentucky and will prob ably oppose John W Yerkes for na tional committeeman THE speech of Senator Cantrill to which he paid his respects to Gov Beclrbsm nod the letters reply to It ID a letter read la the House both made pretty racy reading but neither was enjoyed by lovers of the democrat lo party who do not believe In family quarrel It matters not which got the better of the argument the party has Buffered by It- CHAIRMAN Mcpnono has made pub llo the annual report of the Kentucky t Railroad Commission for the year 1003 t The reportllbol the mileage lo Ken 1tucky to have increased 134 miles while not and gross earnings also show a handsome increase The taxable value of railroad properties in the State have been raised greatly by the commission IMORE than four thousand people wero killed outright and about five thousand Injured in railroad wrecks last year A great many of these ac cldenta were caused by carelessness or Inattention to duty nn the part of rail way employes particularly in their failure to see signals or disregard them POLITICAL The Cuban Congress has adjourned by order of President Palma The Hepburn Pure Food Bill was passed in the House bv a vote of 201 to 6 it has practically been determined to drop all amendments to the Panama treaty The Socialist National Convention hat been formally called to meet in Chicago May Representative Dull of Laurel- Rockcastle wants law enacted to make it a misdemeanor to sell toy pie tote Circuit Clerk Napier Adams of Som erset U a candidate for delegate to the republican national convention from t the llth district Senators Money and McLaurln were d reelected by the Mississippi Legisla ture to succeed themselves lu the United States Senate tReturDs from the general primary in Indicate the nomination of t N C Blanchard for governor and Mill phy J Foster for United States Sena torAbram Renick who was beaten for the democratic nomination for lieuten candttatelil boaMontgomery district Representative W W Tabbof Hal I din county will Introduce In the Legis lature a resolution ceding to the Government the tract of ground about West Point necessary for an army site Senator Hanna continues to resist all entreaties to announce himself as a t candidate for the republican nomina Itloo for President nor will he say tha t be will not accept the honor If It Is of fered The President has been Invited to attend tbe celebration of the 60th an PUbll1CIDThe poellbleat Viif + Kv Mn v 1L McComas Republican and Rayner democrat are tled38 and 38for United States Senator in the Maryland Legislature The joint Democratic caucus at Frankfort adopted the Cantrill School Book BI11 with a number of amend monty none of which however will affect the fundamental scheme of the toe a cure An Alabamian has been awarded 810000 damages by tbe supreme court of New York for the death of his son wbo was killed Sept 2 1000 bv the fall of a a Bryan and TammanyIBall A formal welcome to Wm J DryaD on his return from Europe taking the form of a Dollar Dinner was given at Lincoln and was attended by nearly 700 democrats made up principally of men In full sympathy with Mr DryaD present policies The announcement at Cincinnati of the candidacy of George B Cox for deleeateatlarge to tbe national re publican convention Is recognized as the completion the Hanna slate it Ohio Senator Foraker will lead the fight for Roosevelt Senator Blackburn has written to the secretary of tbe Louisville Board ol Trade that he U giving tbe Panama treaty careful attention and Intends by his action not only to show regard for the best Interests of tbe country when he votes but an honest purpose to uphold its honor Amid cheers from a throng of visi tore tbe Kentucky House passed the bill appropriating 11000000 for the erection of a new capltol building at Frankfort the vote having been 01 to 1 Tbe measure will be passed at once by tbe Senate The louse aleo passed the Bradley Registration Bill A bill for the creation of a county of Beck bam was passed in tbo Senate The Serate passed the House resolution of Mr J M Alverion inviting Senator Arthur Pue Gorman of Maryland to address the General Assembly This was followed In the House by the appointment of the following commit tee by Speaker Brown to communicate with the distinguished gentleman regarding a date for bis visit Messrs Alvereon Carl nay and S D Rtgdon LANCASTER Sweeney Morgan shipped two car loods of hogs to Cincinnati Tuesday re calving 4e for them One of Garrard countys most esteem ed citizens Mr Morton Broaddus died of paralysis at his home near McCreary Tuesday He leaves a wife and several children one of thorn Mn Robert Stone of this place the others living in the McCreary neighborhood He was burled In tbe Lancaster cemetery WednesdayYour called at T B Walker d Sons hardware and Implement store and be was amazed to seethe Immense stock of goods Their store Is headquarters for tbe Oliver Chilled Vulcan and Syracuse plows also tbe Studebaker and Blrdsell wa gone the best of the market and with a full tine of saddles and harness all at the lowest prices Farmers will save money by calling on them Repairs for all Implements are kept In stock Miss Lizzie Hudson has returned from a visit to Miss Minnie Cotton at Danville George Palmer has returned after a visit to Louisville McClellan Johnston spent Sunday with his family here He ii connected with the New Livingston Coal Co and reports that the prospects are becoming more fa vorable Miss Mattle Mae Robinson I back from a visit to Danville Rev F M Tlndarlreturned from Somerset to conduct tbe funeral services of Mr Theodore Curry Hit many friends are glad to know that Stephen Walker has about recovered from pneumonia and will soon be out Miss Louise Ferris entertained a few friends at her home on DanvlHelAvenue Friday evening The death of Mr Theodore Curry oc curred in this city Wednesday morn tog at an early hour and being unex petted it shocked the community deeply Mr Curry was wellknown thro out this section He was born In Har odsburg In 1835 and came to Lancaster at an early period of life He mar rled Miss Thusa Yantls of this place and to them were born seven children For 40 years Mr Curry was amercbant here He was an elder In tbe Christian church one of the charter members of the Masonic Lodge and one of the first trustees of the graded school All these places ho filled with credit md honor Thus passes away one of Lancasters best citizens but long will he be remembered for his noble man hood and Christian graces A Very Close Call I stuck to my engine although every joint ached and every nerve wee racked with pain writes 0 W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak and pale without any appetite and all run down As I was about to give up I got a bottle of Electric Bitten Itever my run down people always gain new life strength and vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by Penny Price 50 cent John Muir aged 74 la dead at Bards town IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES An effort Is being made to have a y M C A building at Somerset Mrs Edward Hlatt aged 81 died from tbe effects of a fall at Macksvlllt Police Chief D T McCarthy of Lhwrenceburg Is dead of Brlghts dl tease Plnevllle suffered a 5000 fire which started In tbe Mechanics Supply Coi buildingLeo of Quarter Houso fame was acquitted at Mlddlesboro of tbe murder of Deputy Sheriff Cecil There was only one strike In the Wayne count oil field tbe past week it being the Jack Oil Company No 6 on the Coffey farm Wm Adklns was sentenced to 21 years in tbe penitentiary for tbe mur der of Sam Welson at Proctor mines in Whltlov Adklns Is only 17 years oldI Among recent deaths In the county are Mr John Thompson Sr aged over 80 years and Mrs Casada Vanbook both of the Woodstock section Somerset Journal Dr Henry Plummer one of the moat prominent physicians In this section was found dead in his room at liar rodsburg He retired in the best of health and the position of his body In dlcated that he died without attrugsle At a meeting of tbe Senior Class of Central University tbe following ofil can were elected for tbe remaining tern Salutatorian Ben Ewing of Louisville Class Orator Edwin Kagln of Frankfort Grumbler J D Crane of SbelbyvllleGlftorlan J D Harknes Floyd county Prophet Harry Hlgglon Stanford Poet Thomas Stuart of Lee county Historian Sanders Clay of Henderson CHURCH MATTERS Rev D C McCallum will preach at the Turnersvllle church Sunday- A religious sect known as Christian Israelites predict the mlllenlum In 1016 Methodist Bishop C S Smith says Haytl and not Africa Is the place for American Negroes Rev P J Rosa attended tbe Mis sionary Institute of tbe Danville District at Somerset this week Tbo Rev Franals J Mullally a noted Presbyterian divine who was a chap late in the Confederate army is dead In New York at tbe ago of 74 Members of the Fork congregation ono of tbe oldest churches In Boyle are preparlcg a carload of clothing and edibles for the Baptist Orphans Home at Louisville Tbe usual services at tbe Baptist church Sunday morning by the pastor Morning subject Good Witnesses evening subject The Invoice or Gain or Lots Every body Invited All aro welcomed Mo more earnest persuasive fascina ting speaker has visited Somerset In years than Evangelist F M Tinder pastor of the Christian church at Lan caster who la now moving and swaying large audiences at tbe Christian church here with his strong appeal In behalf of tbe gospel of right feeling and right living to the glory of God and ones self Journal A Prisoner In Her Own House Mrs W HLayba of 1001 Agnes Ave Kansas Pity Mo has for several years been troubled with severe hoarseness and at times a hard cough which she says Would keep me in doors for days 1 was prescribed for by physicians with no noticeable results A friend gave mo part of a bottleof Chamberlains ough Remedy with instructions to closely follow the directions and I wish to state that after the first day I could notice a decided change for the better and at this time after using it for two weeks have no bee itation In saying I realize that I am entirely cured Tils remedy is for sale by WNCraig NOTICE I I will be in McKInney each Friday to BUY and PAY CASH for All Kinds of LUMBER A B AUSTIN For Sale Cheap TaclsWatch Repairing Bench Sign Stool and Material Will tell at a bargain aa I am engaged In other business Write to or call on JESSE WKATncaroRD MOBILAMD KT UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost w good aa new for a amount I can fix your umbrella better than tbe tramp repairers and for less money Giro me trial FRANK ATKIKS Stanford A S PRICE jDentl Stanford Ky OBUarr 0117U A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Offers his services as Uotoinr to tho people of Lincoln County He will please both in work and price Write to him FOR RENT Mr storeroom recently occupied byWm Severance Will rent for one or more years J II OWSLEY Sherifrs Sale For Taxes On Monday Feb 8th 1004 county court day I will Ixtwce the hours of 9 A M and 4 i M In front of tho courthouse door in Stanford seljat public outcry tho follow ing 1001 taxes As fast os payments nro made tho unities dlsaj pear Tho amount set opposite each name include 6 per cent penalty added on Dec 1001 and cost of advet Using STANPOKD WHITB Alcorn J H 33 acres 413 0 Dawes C L 25 acres 3 85 Hiatt Mrs Nannie K town lot 3 00 Hague John A Jr one aero 3 Uubbard W A lot li 60 Leasure Wm 14 acres 2 JLack 100 acres 3 00 McCorloy Mrs E J 2 25 Martin T D Sr town lot 4 60 Melton Wm M 1 acre 4 10 OtTcrman John 121 acres 4 45 Ralnoy J II 80 acres 20 70 Robinson Robert town lot 4 00 Scarbrough John acres 3 70 Stone David E 180 acres 4 76 Walls John G lot 4 8S STANFORD COLO IlEO Dailcy Thos 4n acres 6 5 40 Carr Harriett 14 acres 3 00 Carr Anderson 2 town lots 15 20 Coffey Peter town lot 6 6i Craig Solon town lot 6 G5 Crow Johnson town lot 4 10 Embry nolle lot 3 00 Gill Green lot 4 U Grigsby Jim Henry 11 acres 3 75 Hayden Tim 1 acres 6 W Hays Will lot 415 Hays Fred 6 acres 3 JHelm Ham fc John 30 acres 3 O Higgins Squire 1 acre 4 30 Hill Wyatt 1 aero 2 40 Jones Bello lot 3 W Lackey Wm lot 7 2J Lee Sank lot 2 K McMullen Joe Logan 21 acres 3 SO Penman Eliza lot 3 00 Bout Dick ft S H 30 acres 210 Rout Richard i acre 6 20 Rout Sam II i aero 3 G5 Smith Allen Jr 1 aoro 4 10 Smith Bob 2 acres 4 60 Vlnsen Frank 1J acres 4 10 Wade Annie 25 acres 2 65 Woods Shelby 4 acres 3 00 CIt111 ORCHARD W1UTH Anderson A J 8 acres t 3 Kartells John 30 acres 3 K- Chappoll Mrs Mattio 22 acres 3 W Coleman Skolton 05 acres 4 85 Dougherty Dan 70 acres 2 65 Daugherty W 451 acres 4 10 Dowoll Sim 350 acres 7 Elder John 100 acres 7 1- CFrasier R II 6 acres 4 25 Haggard Hrs 8 acres 2 81 Hutchinson W C lot 6 00 Johnson Mrs Mary 107 acres 4 01 Laswell John 60 acres 4 60 Leach Wm 25 acres 4 10 Lewis O P 100 acres fi 15 Menzer Farugott 15 acres 3 OC Miller Wm 35 acres 4 Minks Wm 177 acres C 40 McFnddcn Marion 40 acres 7 G- Otlanka Wm 22 acres 7 60 Scott Logan 30 acres 2 C- OStelnegger Arnold 70 acres 5 00 Smith Joseph L 18 acres 3 70 Stull Marion 40 acres 4 00 Turnbull W C80 acres 0 10 Wardlow Wm 5 acres 2 30 Willkopp John 80 acres G 25 Wren Stephen CO acres 4 1C CRAB OIICHAUDCOLORED Anderson LJ P e 805 Guest Janlo lot 2 80 Hardin J H 1 acro 4 15 Smith J II 2 acres 2 ro- W A YNlSUUMWIIITl Aker J W 121 acres e 3 85 Mon Wm 40 acres 6 Ball heirs 85 acres 8 00 Bastin Saml 15 acres G 15 Unstin James 24 acres2 tracts 5 Qastin Geo W 25 acres 6 Ol Bough Hen 100 acres02 03 13 00 Baugh II P 22 acres 405 Baugb Isaah 87 acres 8 Baugh Silas 22 acres 4 30 Benson James 4f acres 4 10 Brown S O 15 acres 610 Byrd Joseph CO acres G 15 Byrd John 20 acres 3 75 Cash A McCormack lot 3 25 Chambers James B 12 acres 5 60 Hoffman W D 200 acres 12 30 Cook W R 40 acres 8 45 Cravens Will ICO acres 3 CO Dally T W k Co 19 acres 2 80 Dalgh J H 122 acresbal 5 00 3etherldgo Movll 15 acres 4 15 Doolin S II 2 acres 4 15 Dye Wm D 53 acres 0 CO Falk Geo L llOt acres 4 CO Faulkner E P 90 acres G 00 Floyd J B 1 ncro 3 05 Florence J B Sr acres 4 80 Gibson Wm B 15 acres 4 15 Gibson J Logan 10 acres 4 15 Gooch Wm 10 acres 4 40 Gooch Bud lot 4 60 Gooch F S lot 710 iooch John W Jr 7i acres 7 55 larris J S 15 acres 3 00 tooT iw PERRIN The Grocer Heaters Get our prices Heat iJers you buy t14 Lamps 14 I r Hawson J W 63 acres hal 5 it0 Hughes J B his acres 9 00 Jabez K 120 acres 05 Jacobs Hugh 42 acres 4 M Johnson S M 35 acres 4 JO Kcnrel Kd W 610 acres 7 15 Leach Wm 25 acres 4 40 Lemons Wesley 47 acres 6 65 Lochman John 25 acres 4 16 Martin and Owens 75 acres 4 McKee R C 67 acres 4 McMullen Ei140 acres 2 65 Miller J F 98 acres 12 Moore David 10 acres 4 00 Moore J W 05 acres 4 Moore Claus 116 acres 4 40 Morgan Wn 102 acres 615 Moylan Joo R 30 acres 610 Pratt B W 160 acres 810 Pulliam G R 20 acres 4 10 Rector Thos 30 acres 4 20 Richards G A 40 acres 7 60 Rlley Altha 218 acres 14 05 Robinson Wm 10 acres 4 00 Lawrence 105 acres 8 00 Shlfley August 121 acres 5 00 Simms lira 02 acres 00 Mrs Florence lot 4 M Sarah 70 acres 2 SO W II 68 acres 4 Smith Mrs acres L 25 Smith James 100 acres 6 40 Gottlclb 65 acres 5 60 Stone Ned 4 nero 4 15 Stull J F 18 acres 460 Stuckler Mary 72 acres 6 00 Trisler Maxwell 60 acres 3 00 Geo B 40 acres 4 45 Walls L H 1 aero 410 Waters Elizabeth 60 acres 3 5Whcelden Jos triO acres 76Q White T W 75 acres 280 Williams Robt 80 acres 6 05 Winthrow J S 107 acres 3 65 Wood J II 125 acres 7 00 Yocum Ellis 14 acres 4 10 Young G M 75 acres 6 liO Young Kph 14 acres 4 60 Young A J acres 6 05 Sarah 65 acres 310 WHITE Aldrich A E 114 acres 3517 Bastln Henry estate 6 acres 2 M Brown Gabe L 5 acres 385 Brown Ellen 4 acres S 25 Brown Mrs Sallie lot 2 65 Burton A lot 4 60 Carter B C 121 acres I 85 PASSED And the New Year hs come and with It comes Now Resolutions I am otter log il possible more for your money than ever Best Corn per can 10 cents heat Tonutoo per can 9 cents Bat Peaches per can 10 to 2S cents- J Eo M Flour 251b sack 70 cents Good coffee 10 to 350 per lb Fruit end goods ol all kinds and 4 thousands of good things to eat numerous to mention Come and and get taj prices 0 on t i I O Rust t 60 16 HAS IFewgJOHN BRIGHT JR CO See That Your Ticket Reads Via T- heQIaCI + Railroad Start in the New Year Right By Trading With W McRoberts Singleton Singleton Singleton Margaret Stamploy Upthegrovo WAYNESBUILOCOLORED- Owsicy HUSTOJJVILLE CHRISTMAS evaluated bfore B DRUGGISTj STANFORD Coulter John lot 11 tifi Devon II D 72 acres 4 40 Fletcher Wllllo 10 acres 4 10 Florence Jesse 1 aero 5 Florence Jim 10 acres 3 66 Green River Valley Land Tel Co 6 60 Haokley SOI aura 2 40 Houp W II 180 acres 4 25 Jackson Win lot 4 40 Kennedy Wm 60 acres 3 00 Lockridge Mrs Annlo II lot 20 10 Lucas Walter and Wallace 21 a 6 10 McGowan Joe 62 acres 6 60 Owsley Mrs Virginia lot 2J 16 Pope Mrs Nettle B 104 auras 8 05 Reynolds John lot 4 10 Reynolds Milton 2CO acres 0 21 Reynolds Bros 41 acres bal 5 00 Russell Steve 10 acres 4 70 Sheene W F lot 6 10 Trusty Mattle 1 aero 2 20 Trusty Geo M 2 acres 3 70 Vnn cot and 1111110 acres o 05- Vaugbt D lot 7 60 Wilkcrson Samuel lot 3 85- IIUSTONVILLECOLORED Anderson Minerva 7 acres 2 20 t Balloy Tom 3 acres 3 75 Bright Pattlo 8 acres 3 65 Carpenter Geo Hrs 40 acres 2 85 Carpenter Jake Hrs 1 nero 2 55 Cloyd Mariah 3 acres 2 60 Cloyd John Lucas 1 aoro 3 75 Collins Harriet 5 acres 1 its Davis IM lot rj Deatheredgo Howard 2 acres 4 10rDrye Stove lot bal 3 Fryo nettle 6 acres 140 Goode Wolf I nero 4 85 Helm Tom 6 acres 0 15 Rocker Fannie 1 aero 2 25 Hubble Dan lot 4 85 Jones Anderson 1 aero 3 85 Masterson Wilson 2 acres 3 80eMcCormack Green 1 acre 3 85 McKInney Campbell acres 4 00 Morton Juno 3 acres 2 65 Oliver Charlie 7 acres 4 40 mITe Henry G 6 acres 4 00 Ripcrton Jim Hrs 1 aero 2 25 Ross Henry lot 4 85 Steele Chas 1 aero 4 G- OVardcman Annie lot 2 65 Wade Dolphia acres 4 00 Weatherford Kiltie lot 6 10 Woolridge Peter 1 ncro 4 10rM SBAUGHMAN Sheriff of Lincoln County rTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL KY JAN 22 1901 jBTAJOOIW ulayour prescription we In the exact propor Ih proper taro We could not do better U yon us double the which is always reasonable Pen 4priceDrug Store It PERSONALS DK It A JONES was In Clnolnnatl this weeks MK JOE S RICE spout yesterday In- Loulirllle MISS NJLLJE MUIUM1Y It YlsllloK Danville trued MR J 8 DOCKER was In Louliylllo this week on business MRS ROWAN SADKLEY li vlllllne her parents ID Daoflllo Mns PKTEB STBAUII U with Mis s Freda Meier In Dan tlle- MBS M0 WlNHIlEY of Middle boro It with Mre J S Rico EVEBRTT STONE of Lexington spent severs days with his parents I MRS R S SCODDEK of McKinney hit been tltlllng In Richmond MR W 8 CUMMINS of RockcMtle has moved to Dockland Kansas rJUDOE M O SAUFLEY wa l0 Frankfort this week on legal business MBS J 8 REED of Lexington lit visiting her mother Mrs Wnlte MISS MARY TRAINER of Danville J is visiting Miss Ella May Saunders MissUnETTA THOMAS of LouUvlllo Is with her titter Mrs W B McRob erta Miss BKTTIE PAXTON Is with Mrs W P Givens In the Shelby City seo lion MRS J D PAXTON and little daughter Jean are visiting relatives In OarI raid MRS M C SAUrLRY Is vUltlog her daughter Mr Sinford M Logan at + the wife of Mr 0 D Mur phy on the Ifitb a 12pound boy Harry Rill Murphy r MIss JENNIE NEWLAND left Tues day to visit her brother and sister a t Dallas Texas REV AND MRS MILES SAUNDERS of Springfield are with lion J N Saundcm and family MRS J E CLAUNCII and son of Somerset arc with her parents Mr t sod Mrs J E Lynn foIlSSSTELLA LEWIS leaves Monday for Louttvllle where she will outer a Dune training school MRS TAIUTIIA MARTIN of Lincoln county is vUltltlng the family of A T Martin Someriel Journal Miss SUE ROOT who has been with J K Lemon Loultvllle for several mouths returned homo today Miss JOSEIIHNB REID has gone to Cincinnati where she will bo the guest of Mrs Henry Urner Danville New MB n QCASII Josiah Bishop and a balf dozen other good famllle have left the Wct End to locate In Oklaho 11maMiss NELL ADAMS has returned to Huttonvllle after speeding several days ID the city the trUed of MUs Lula May UrucoAdYocol- oin RG BRlQUTof Normal III was a caller at this oDlco yesterday Ue le here In search of good wddlo horses but bo found them scarce and high 1MtiS URIAU DUNN and Ml Rosa of Buitonvlllo left Wednes day to visit the former husband at Barnwell 8 O He U there dealing to bone Miss EDNA BACOUUAN of Lincoln county WI In the city Thursday and Friday on her way to Hamilton Col loge Lexington for a short visit tot relativesAdvocate N D W AARON retiring States Attorney is here looking after unsettled bUll De Mr Aaron is a good lawyer and will likely visit our courts regularly Adalr News MR J M REYNOLDS of Wayne burg called yesterday and gave us a good order for printing Mr Reynolds 11000 of the Reynold Bros who are j f buying lots of timber pokes dot MR JOHN A BUCHANAN of the CourierJournal Job Printing Co ixmltvllle was on Tuesdays train oo brothatMn A O MARTIN of Bourbon was a caller at thli office Wednesday Be told us that his ton Welter Martin It about well again Mr Martin likes i Bourbon county but It does him a great deal of good to come back to old LID colD occasionally +l LOCALS FRESH FISH at J T Jones I READ the real citatocolumn this It sueFOR RENT Bouto of six with all modern conveniences All necessa ry outbuildings J T Jones THE old year IIgonerand the now one has come Carson d Pence want v what you owe them and take this meth od of so Informing you C C GOOCU has bought ut G T Gooch his hotel property at Waynes burg for 1350 00 Gooch sold his residence property to L G Gooch for 1850 I WILL toll privately a lot of house hold and kitchen furniture Mre Jal Leo YOULL tavo money by reading lobo Bright Jr Coo advertisement etch Issue and this time especially Fort applet oranges bananas tern ODI grapes figs dates prunes crap orated peaches etc etc go to J T Jones MR ALVERSON introduced a bill making It a felony to flourish a pistol In a railroad coach It ought to be como a law- DONT him town property until you have seen what the Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Ti selleMB S B LEVY tells UI that his auc lion at Crab Orchard Tuesday and Wednesday was reasonably satisfacto ry 17 Manager U C Wray tells UI that bo has put In 17 new telephones so far since Jan 1 Bis new card will bo out about Feb 1 AN examinations for applicant who have completed common school courses will be held In my office Jan 20 and 30 1004 0 Singleton superintendent NEWS comes from wn III that Henry D MClure formerly of Tur orsTlllo bal bought a stock of general mercbandlie and Is doing a good buil nestTilELady Maccabees of McKinney rave a candy pulling Tuesday night and cleared about 112 60 There is not a more live Hive In the State than tbo one at MoKlnaey MESSRS T J HILL and John R Farris were given a considerable steak Ing up the other day by their horse scaring and dumping them out of rise cart they were riding In Tint Warren Grlgsby Cbapier of tbo U D 0 will moot Tuesday Jan 6t2P U with Mr J C Bar All members arc earnestly requested to attend al there It business of Importance Mrs J S Rice Recording Secretary Mn C K MoCtw Lincoln coun tys only Rural Route carrier has bought a handsome wagon to carry mall In and he made hit first trip In It Wednesday It It at red aTom John sons famous Red Dull automobile EDMUND MURPHY who now runs the Pennybacker Hotel at Klngsvlllo Is maintaining the good reputation given It by Mrs Battle Pcnnvbaokerand Jew M McCarty The table It always sup lulled with the belt the market a lords the rooms are comfortable and clean Doo LosrA s black water spaniel with long curly earl tall cut off about half fu length and hair long and soft left Mrt Helen B Huffmans home In Hustonvllle a few days ago Information as to his whereabouts will be paid for by her The dogs name It Frisco and very smart Tine Knight of thlas prepar lOll for a bill time on the night of the 22nd of February at their hall here A supper will be served at the lodge room consisting of all the delicacies of the + eao0 and a jolly good tine It ex petted A band will be In attendance and a large number of visitors are ex pected from neighboring lodge Ad Vacate WE will close our house next Tues day and Wednesday Invoicing and kindly ask our friends to place their orders before then and we will take pleasure la Oiling them Will open again Thursday morning and ask a continuance of the many order you have given ut during the past year for which we are very thankful Biggin k McKlnnoy A BINT T11EWIsaWe have sent out a number of statements lately and but few of those to wbom we have sent them have responded It takes time and money to write letters and as we have not a great deal of either to spare we have adopted the following rule After two statements have been Ignored the account will be given At torney L R Hughes to collect We dltllko to do this but aro compelled to take the step ID order to get our butt nest In better shape Mr Hughes Is la fine collector and we promise that when our accounts go to his hands they will either be collected or ho will know the reason why THE ofapappereverted the Pulaskl circuit courts decision In the case totting tbo power of the Steal court concerning the working of road Tbo higher court holds that where the Natal court of a county adopted a sys tem of working publlo roads by taxa tion It bad no power to Invest the county judge with general supervision of the same nor confer authority upon the Justices of the various magisterial districts at assistants and then allow them pay for such services The stat utes permit the appointment of a Supervisor or supervisors of county roadIbut the fiscal court cannot create ferent offlce or tame office under a dUo ferent name nil It by electing them selves and then vote themselves pay for their services MR P W CARTER caught one of his lingers In a press the other day abd the end of Iwal mashed oil FOR SALE OR HENTA twostory frame house on Danville Avenue Ap ply to J 0 Byran Stanford Ky have two good shows The Clay Clement Co will bold the boards at the opera house there next Tuesday night 20 and on the follow lOll night the big Barlow Wilsons Minstrels will appear there Miss Mar Rare Ingles well known in the West End of this county playa a prominent rolo In The New Dominion present ed by the Clay Clement Co- HUSTONVILLE If you want a floe blue grass farm tee W R Williams Emmet McCormack paid 4o for a car of 110 to 130 pound hog Jat W Powell shipped a car load of bay lo Saultbury N C this week Coo Glllock It In Cincinnati adding more furniture to his barber shop U It Camnltz hat a beautiful line of wall paper samples for Spring trade Call on himaS D Yowell has added a complete line of cooking stoves and ranges to hit stocka much needed feature hero Josiah Bishop left Tuesday for Pon ca City Okla leaving hit farm In the bands of his so0 In law Rufus Llppa- H the weather II favorable a largo crowd will attend the sale of the ad mlnltirairlx of John S Goode on Sep urdav The subject of Bro Mille sermon Sunday will be the Fourth Chapter of Ads A large congregation heard his able effort last Sunday and It was highly complimented Tbere are a few Instances In the West End of parties having measles the second time Mitt Katherine flail It down with them now and several years ago the had a severe struggle with them Frank North hat rooted the Mrs Oirtley farm near town and moves to It ibis week This U the place formerly occupied by James B Taylor W B Wright told a pair of mules to Tom William for 1225 Miss Mellle Hopper has a charming visitor Miss Edna Kayser of Homo City O KtrKbv Smith Reid son of Dr Frank Reid who was a brother of Mr Sam Reid Is visiting friend and relatives hero Oil homo now is near Lexington W R William sold the farm of W B Wright to Mr Davis of Hanson rub cVaatlf0 This is u splendid llltio farm U wellImproved and all In grass George Cunningham shipped a carload of cattle aDd hops to Cincinna ti al broken Monday for the tore house of Weattaerford k Myers located on the extreme west end of the Weatherfoad Hotel lot The lumber It rapidly being delivered and the tel live saw and hatchet of erstwhile boss will make the welkin ring before the advent 6f spring MATRIMONIAL Luther Gooch and Mies Nlca Burton were Joined heart and hand at Kings vllle yesterday Shade McLemore of Wilton and Miss Annie Elliott of London were married Wednesday John Frank Thompson and Mis Mattie May Perkins were married at Sam Dudderart Wednesday George Yeager of Loultyllle and Mitt Belle Eillt of Ellzabethtown ag ed 15 were married Wednesday Mary Meballtck a bridesmaid was accidentally shot and killed at Con nellsvllle Pa while returning from ber brothers wedding with a party of merrymakerMayor of Severance Kas has Issued a proclamation stating that If the old bachelors of the town turn- down offer of marriage during leap year they mutt leavo town Mrs Emily Green YardeD wanrrant ed a dlvorco from the Rev George harden at Lexington but the court exonerated the defendant of the charge of cruel and Inhuman treatment The marriage of Miss Annie Slbold or this city and Mr William Baxter or Cincinnati wee quietly celebrated at the residence of Mrs Mooney Rev Hunlelch performing the ceremony On account of tho Illnest of the bridegrooms uncle tho wedding was a very quiet one 001a few members of the brides family being present The bride who Is a pretty and attractive girl looked unusually lovely In a tailor gown of black cloth with white silk waist The happy couple was entertained at dinner by Mrs Baxter moth er of the groom The bride Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs J M Slbold and Is a sweet and lovable girl and her friends wish for her every happiness The groom Is In business ID Cincinnati and popular with all who know hlmLex ington Democrat Tbe democratic members of the Senate discussed the Panama situation and agreed there was no way to defeat the treaty Senator Gorman was authoriz ed to appoint a commission to draft a resolution of Inquiry Into the part played by United States officials in the revolution Saved From Terrible Death The family of Mrs M L Bobbitt ot Bargerton Term taw her dying and were powerless to save her The most skillful physicians and every remedy used failed while consumption was slowly but surely taking her life In this terrible hour Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption turned despair into joy The first bottle brought immediate relief and its continued use completely cured her Its the most certain cure in the world for all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles LOc and fl Trial hot ties free at Pennys drug store The Lexington Democrat Is authori ty for the statement that Chat J Bronston will be a candidate for the Untied States Senate to succeed Sena tor Blackburn Nice Home For Sale I desire to sell privately m home on the nustonTlllei MlddleburR pike 234 miles horn Huitonvllle hou o has six room and lain good repair Oood barn and oth er outbuilding young orchard etc Lot contains six acres W II RADOETT- 4t HuitonTllle Ky Spectacles Lost I Lost In McKlnnuv on Dec 18 a pair of gold finished spectacle Frame hooks over the ears very frame Double lens Wedeklnd Optical On name on the cae Will pay f3 reward for their return In good shape J D McKlnney McKlnney Ky BOB QUIS 66749 AJOO JerseybullIn cdfance Return privilege permitted j 0 OAMENIBcn Stanford Ky Produce Wanted I We want trade and will pay you the EggFeathersCall at NOBTHCOTT k THOMAS StanfordKy Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Sale will sell privately Win also sell a 15 horse power engine and boiler All In good upbusiaeuIOWILL k BWCENEV Stanford Ky A Small Farm For Sale I will iell the farm of Q T McRoberts decd In front of the court house door on county court day Feb 8 1004 Hoot sold privately before The farm contains about 20 acres of land house and out building and Is situated 234 miles north of Stanford on Hawkins branch J G FRITH Agent for 0 T McRobcrU Heirs Notice To Creditors I All persons owing the estate of the late Dr Hawkins Drown are requested to settle with the undersigned at once Those hold lug claims against said estate will present them properly proven to P M McUoberu attorney or J l IEYTON Admr Stanford Ky The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUSABS Proprietor BectrtctLltMs In every room Rcfuralihcj and under entire New Management Ilobthe favorite porter meets all trains Urce WelMlehted Sampl Room M BRUCE B D CAKTER BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens IB Connection E D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanfordt If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial t+ + Great Reduction On Winter Suits end Oyercoets WE Must CUT Stock DOWN In Time For Sprint 850 Suits cut to G50 1000 Suits cut to 800 12 50 Suits cut to 950 1500 Suits cut to 1100 1850 Suits cut to 12 60 Same Reduction on OVERCOATS e e e Cummins a McClary fi Z f1N7 7J TJf aP qfelt 11 a It Stockp1jr For the present year will not as large as some 4- aH but it to be the Best Goods manufactured the United States CRITERIAN CLOTHING for men arc per s- a feet beautiful fullcurved shoulders patent fronts to prevent i0 MX breaking STETSON HATSthey need no comment every wZ 2 body knows they are the Best Soft Hat in the World The a- Vrei FOUNTAIN SHIRT I believe hardly has an equal forJneatness and beauty of pattern and comfort of fit in i Linen and Silk The WALKOVER SHOE for men is a new line with us but it IS a good oneone of the beet adver P tiscd lines produced in the United States The Muse a JHocker Bootee Shoe you nil know I have sold them for 20 Jft Old Honest Mike Boots and Shoes and LEVEL r I nEST Boys Shoes are it all probability the Best fuctured today for Honest hard Service ULTRA Shoes for s Ladies are the only Shoes that I know with heavy but at the l if vsame time quite flexible cushion insole so constructed that they ea I cannot stretch out of shape Orenstein Rico Neckwear is d5U made of tIle Best Silk woven to prevent the beard from picking it The Celebrated HARRIS Suspender is in a 15 Ss lt class into itself and their 25c and 60c goods are simply Out 5tof Sight when compared with others In fact we buy tho I Cream of Mens wear and ask you to examine us from time to Ifciff IfM time and see if these statements are not all true tfijSJ kt Terms Cash A S HJtVTRobertsil e J IIIPIIJ eiiV l e e e ia I ft r I Nineteen Hundred And fourward iIs our watchword for the new year The INTERIOR JOURNAL Ilet the cat out before we intended it should but it is true that wejwill have more room by the addition of the room now occu by the Grand derre have been crowded for some Ipied and as we expect to enlarge the lines we now carry and some new ones w we had to have more space bout for the and convenience of our customers and ourselves To Our CustomersYou have helped to make this a ban ner year for us and we want to thank you for your patronage l and patience in waiting when we were unable to handle the big crowd of shoppers as quickly as we would like Wo have improved our system for this year and promise you better ser i vice than ever before Remember it is the customers pleasure Jandconvenience first with us Use us use our store use our goods we will give you your moneys worth i SEVERANCE SON i3W COME And see this before you buy You get in this a slack or coke or trash burner It is an Airtight Hot BlastIt combined Too much can not be said for a Stove like this Geo H Farris Co Stanford Ky v a rfr1iEJNTFk1URJOURNALentered I lattatter II ntahsdStLmGe raxxGFrlaw7 av CASHI l fKNOXVILLE DIVISION 21 Train going North 104 p m II 250 am 024II oM II South12nmN-o 23II pm J H BOONE t CO hProprietors ItblVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In COal pt IJatl Tra torfr i i DCALCR W liWhiskll Brandy WinGS Beer Glaars Etc KYCloseJ Prompt snipolit attention Nothing btttths be to rInk bill phone U telegraph orders receive pron pt attention H C RUPLEY f Ttie Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY Gods Warranted tr I Fit GuaranteedGive a Call m J D Wediell Fire and Tornado Insurance I f Represents The Home of New York the largest In the world Assets Surplus as regards policy holden g94360J869 Farm property In Cagey Garrard coin counties Phone 21 ski RBMuliony Insurance fluent 1871003512 Stanford Kentucky Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage t of the property owners In counties of lncoln and Uasey who may be seeking In surance against tire Lightning and Tornado None but the t and best OldLlne Companies represented and the low rat possible rates are guaranteed Phone l2- Stanford Kentucky a THIS IS A Presidential Year and you must KEEP POSTEDT- her way to do this Is to read the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL1 Henry Wattcrson Editor Twelve pages lasted even Wed nesday Sl A YEAR Roveuue Reform Social Reform Moral Re term The CourierJournal lisues the best Almanac published Send 35c tor a copy by mall oOURIER jOURNAL CO Louts vllle Ky Dy a Special arrangement you can get th- eINTERIOR i JOURNALa- ndr the WEEKLY COURIER jOUItNAL- r bath one year for only jll 50 ILcJL 8Ir I LGXinGTOH Ll l DemOlR l Ift Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the regiontt Subscription Price 55 a Year t It b especially devoted to the Interests o- tC the Democratic party and gives all the news without tear or favor WI r Walton Editor S Pror Lexington Ky d W Wallace Z Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Horso Shears West Main Etraot Stanford Kentucky R A JONES DENTISTStanford KY Office over Ittgglns h McKlnnoyi Store Telephone N 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary la open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic disease and for con inltatlon Board and nursing ihall he cab- In advance weekly and monthly Profea tlonal bill tee when terries aro rendered and must bo paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE 3WBTOSSS3NPron JUNCTION CITY KY FirstClass TurnoutS Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sain Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately mv farm of 130 acres on tho Liberty pike 23 miles from Uustonvlllo His all grass and the land Is fertile and In good shape It has on It a good house of 7 rooms a tenant house two stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address O w mite Jr Tyrone O T or call on JP Rife Huston vllle K- yLUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky S AU persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do to see us We have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show any one what we have It you to sell place It In our hand OllIce at Boones LIver y Stable Stanford Ky J+ + cGJJf Y UNDERTAKER EMBALMERAnd HABNESS SADDLZBY ace Stanford Ky j L Beazley 6 Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AUOUIAL1KSI1 F FurnltnreMatUn2sRngs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST Hnstonvllle Ky elegantlyP 0 Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so lici too LIBERTY Judge Rains held an examining trial In the case of the Commonwealth against John Bolden charged wit murder which resulted In the defend ant being acquitted Coulter White the enterprising stock trader from Staaford was tho guest of Hawk Wilkinson Miss Mary- Rice of Dunnrille was the guest o her aunt Mrs Molllo Thomas 3II Lln Qansford of Doyle was tho gueat of friends here Miss Bottle Lanham HawkofWilkinson Eld J B Ferrlil of Mlddloburg was over last Thursday making prepa rations for a protracted meeting at tbo Baptist church which begins the 4th Sunday In this month Itev W Q Smith of Rochester Ky will do the preaching principally Ho comes highly recommended as an able divine Rev J Q Montgomery preached at Hlsavllle Sunday Eld W J Mont gomery filled hie pulpit at Morel nd SundayW Raines Is recovering from a severe attack of the measles Miss Mary Humphrey Is down with measles W H Brown of Duonvlllo was here last week Toab Fair Is critically with dropsy and Is not expected to live Misses Dcsste and Annlo Prescott have returned from a protracted visit to Montlcollo Dr M O Sallee returned here last Thursday from a Xmas visit to Columbia Mr G A Prewitt whole now at Deming New Mexico for tho recovery of his health writes that be is almost a new man having gained 60 pounds since Dec 15 De now weighs 157 pounds having outgrown all of bill clothes He wants to return home Feb let but his friends are trying to prevail on him to remain until April 1 George Ellis of Elllsburg Dr Murphy and wife of Powers T F Murphy and mother and others were In atteodance at court Thursday The World Over In nine and onohalf hours the police saw 118 meD 710 women and 25 boys and girls visit a Klrkdale Liverpool public house Mr Comedos gifts to countries oth er than the United States are recorded the amount of 15861350 making Mr Carnegies total gift to libraries HI 300050 The deepest depression in tho earth ascertained by sounding Is live and a quarter miles the greatest height the peak of Mount Everest five and three fourths miles Land In Castile Is In greater part do voted to the production of wheat and during planting and harvest times la borere especially reapers are brought hither from Gallula An elephant costs 15000 and bo It likely to live JO years A lion will cost 1000 and Is good for 12 years A Si berian tiger costs 14000 a polar bee 11000 a black bear 1200 Tbo often printed statement that ed ucated Indians soon otter leaving school relapse to the blanke state Is refuted by the report of the Hampton Institute That school has graduated 033 Indian boys and girls 073 of whom are now living The report shows the work of these alumni to bo excellent in 141 cases good In 333 fair In 149 poor In 42 bad In 8 That diphtheria may live In packed clothing almost Indefinitely Is show by an which occurred in a Ohio village A child died of dlyblhe ria and Its mother packed Us dresses and toys In a chest The mother died 15 years afterward and her daughter and granddaughter who opened bandied the coutentaof the chest wcr duly taken of diphtheria although there bad recently been oo cases In the village Congratulations Mr John II Cullom editor of the Oar land Texas News has written a letter nt congratulations to the manufacturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy as follows Sixteen years ago when our first child was a baby he was subject to croupy spells and we would be very uneasy about him We began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in 1887 and finding It such a reliable remedy for colds and croup we have never been without it in the house since that trine We have five children and have given It to all of them with good results One good feature of Oils 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 success of your remedy For sale by W N Craig After practically an all night session the Chicago city council adopted amendments to their theatrebuilding ordlotnjo even more stringent than had been recommend by the special committee in charge of the Investiga Lion r Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The uniform success of this remedy baaI made it the most popular preparation In use for bowel complaints It is everywhere recognized as the one remedy that can always be depended upon and that Is peasent to take For sale by W N Craig Chief of Police Jobn A Russell of Columbus O Is dead of apoplexy Found a Cure for Indigestion I use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets for Indigestion and find that they dyepepslahmany different remedies I am nearly 51 years of age and have suffered a great deal from indigestion I can eat almost anything I want to nowGro W Em NeA bill was Introduced In tbo Senate by Mr Morgan providing for tho an nexatlon of Panama to the United States and appropriating 110000000 as compensation to Panama for Its con cession placing 110000000 at tho dis poeal of the President for the compen sation of Columbia and 100000000 for tbo purchase of the property of the Panama Canal Company In Columbia Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man enduring pains of accidental Cut Wounds JJrnls es Hums Scalds Sore feet or stiff joint But theres no need for It Ilucklcns Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the best Salve on earth for files too 25c at Pennys James N ICeboo representative from the Ninth district has been announced formally n candidate for chairman of tbo Democratic State Central Commit tee Jesse W Sweeney rloralnoR Livery Food and Sale Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates JACK SALE I We will hold our Annual Jack Sale at Danville on THURSDAY MAROU a IMI premobelKentucky FOX Jk LOOAN Daortl- lalpPOSTED strictlyforbidpaaalnK on our place and will proteottte violators to the full extent of the law CarpenterJOeorge Holmes J O Neal VnnOruentganJFred Bauman Albert VonQruncnlRan J 7 Snoonarnore T M Holme H F No land J D Camvnlieb Peter nalmer W n Johnson 9kpheasrU P Hawkins Mrs Mary K Welch ADKINISfATBIX SAtE r As Administratrix of the Personal EUU of John Ooode decd I WllUt Late Kctldence Near Hustonvllle Ky and on Saturday the 21rd DAY OF JANUARY lOOt tonof aged merest two yar nld colts weanling colts 3 fillies threeyearold shotgun Winchester rlfet38 shocks of corn buckboard longshaft cart buggy and harness mowing machine self rake and many other agricultural tools and Impllments I ofivinegarSale at 030 a m TERMS 1300 and under cash exceeding this sum a credit of 3 months with approv ed personal surety before property Is re persons having claims against tho tate will present them to me properly prov en SALLIE W OOODE Admx Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Mattie Kamlskv etc Pltff vs Catherine Kamlnsky etc Ift Pursuant to a judgment and order of sale made In the above styled suit at a special term of said court held on DMI 29 1003 the undersigned commissioner Will on the 8th day of February tool before the court bouse door In Stanford Ky soil at public totbe highest and best bidder tho following described real estate which Is sit uated In Lincoln county Iy on tho waters of tuck Creek bounded thus lleglnnlng at a white oak thonco N 83 W 18 poles to a hickory thence N W 30 poles to a fallen white oak thence N 18 20 poles to two poplars thence N 53 W3I poles to a whlto oak thence N n W 3d poles to a white fllk and dogwood thence N 81 W 19 poles to a white nnddngwood thence W 38 poles to a beech and sugar tree on the bank of the creek thonco 9 42K B 98 poles to a beech and ash thence 8 13 K 112 poles to a poplar stump thence S 40 E 65 poles to a two beeches thence S 273 W poles to a hickory and beech thence N 50 E 38 poles to a beech and ash on the bank of the Crab Orchard fork creek thence up the creek N 30 E 11 poles to a buckeye tree thenco NIX E 12 poles to a small white oak thence N 60 F 8 poles to a sassafras thence N E 14 poles to a dou blo hornbeam tbenco N 3S E 28 poles to a sweet gum thence N 3 E 10 poles to a red elm thence N73 W24 poles to a black oak sapling thence N 43 to the be pining containing 82 acres and 102 poles of land more or loss Tbe object of tha sale Is for the division of the proceeds of sale amongst the parties entitled Terms of Bale Credit of months bond gith approved security required bearing per cent Interest from day of sale until and yablo to the commissioner leln retaInedIR 0 WARREN 00 First National Bank Stanford Kyi Capital Stock 50000j This tnitttutton was originally established ai the Hank at In IBIS then reorganUed as the National Hank of IBM and again reorganUed at thu First National IUik of Stanford In 183 having bad practically ad uninterrupted existence for 4J Tear It li better supplied nqw with facilities for transact log bulnllIllremlUy and well than ever In IU long an honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited A STOCK mooooo Directors J D IaxtOD J D O wiley 8 II Shanks W O Walker Geo W Carter The Farmers Rank A Trust Company and under same SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations wul prove mutually beneficial No Mee sun M sblrprovad lad In IfOII Ukuls Mutton sell H Mckssg fjt property In Lincoln ont No Small IUID 27 serfs Smlln from bun ford HooMOl Mirgiml room Wk porch sad I irrands Oood barn and olber buildings la rrpslr Cut la six 6Mt well bond s0 sun sulUTsttoD set IB fruit trees Mt grsi Uougbtatnmmlrloifaulss sea bseW at bargain CloM to Kboul sad thureb lric gg pr ten UnJ sdjolnlog sId for I and 543 ThUUsUnftlB- No4S4scmgoodlsi J Two airy six dwlllng Urn tiuok kMiMfUi Whoa place gar well walernl sod bul1lall la goal OODdlI lion rltg1600 cloy to town Will tall a until Uully No 84 fM sJeotl sod Umb r taD Inca eJ to ferry countyKr ea huff Vlns Crnks trlkdUrvot Fork of Ktntatkr rlrcr FoartslMofeosl irjtojln thicket rem fret to six fett IUsernvlgs11Is tbll mouth sboTtcrwk A eailoai leunefedwithin tine talks bf stlJ pruprty The timber conibis of ok etc TlUspufrrt Will seller titbsscs on uy terns No 8110 nlr tw lUrv eight room frodvtlllDf In KlsnforO HulvobilK nod altwith concrete 6nur gentgaNen well in tlkbD negroabinonplies which rents far II r r tuooib Tb dJUar DU lotgixiwrmonth This rep erty 1la tool repair lOci ran is taught rr 1t1OG No 70Four acm of lad sod a ahw on norjr I six room tram dwrlllo In McKIno ratwork In kitchen sod em11y room tool ba sad all Dtttmttj outbulliliori tlate well ka and la rood lieu aloasenet tand uk f7M for th e No IJrrm ITS srrrt splendid MnrtrtM land Lincoln county Two story 9 room stone rfldor I tenant hou barn room bud ol stock gad spencer Dar outbuilding ell 10 good re Ilr pow to church scbool potomr railroad and In rood ndcbbortood 400 arm to eultlnllon rtIn first sod timber ore Thisilian deal country home aa all conTeulnre on ale etc wt1 with U never hula prlnp etc Irlc iruonabl No 67Nlcscottsge acre liedwithin mllesol Stanford In good repair trotlag good Ttrlaitlnc well and good barn SUi24 mokebouw An Young orchard and fine vineyard tiplendld pare to sal garden produce to apply Ib town Irlr tl2VO UIO tern of lid 00111111 Irons Semen t Krrut In seteo ald ort Aries In eulil a lion to acres in pulure bslmce in timber live tgconHIni seven room Large barn and all Dec No 2J1tGO acM or ord county Ku six nllMfrom railroad aril M mil from Arsaoaa river Seventy aerevoflaiid river hollow first trland sad In gnus This lied ta for sal or exchange building each bout bun eta shout the sotof 100 acres All on county rod mill from church school and poitoffir Lora well and well watered This li a good and would lull two or thre families that might want to come from Ib urae oelgbborbood Irlce roaaonabl No W Twodorr frame dwelllag of alx room two ball veranda 4e well at door and all other n Alto large blacbmlth shop GOslOsadahetlull length of hop and No IA farm of acm four mile from Run ford on best lu lbs well watered dwelling runt plea all nro outbuilding tplndllS blue gnufarmacidonly- 2u minute drtr from county ea Owner boa Inn adjoining this has recently refund 111 oar acre thus at 11730 outbulMlogt I arm In cultivation real In tlm heryell watered yardi from iotofllrachool ant church hays well on Ills and In good munll Irlc l No 1Ilouwabdlotinbtanford5eroomha11 porch In the rear good zardn neighborhood clues to churcbe acd school Good lor small fam ily lrlce 5810 No 31I0uN and lot In Stanford HOUM sins fire room Wood stable and 5 acres of laud well fenced aloe of prettied building lot In town teem enough la front far two other cottage or a 2 itory front be bull to the cottage and be made a bcautirul boioB Will be sold cheap u tb owner mutt have money Nol2lwelllngoflx room1ball and porch necessary outbuilding n Nn large two story nor room 2Sx6U feet lower room with counters shelves etc Water In dwelllnx and storeroom also cistern sad well on plan Small lot back of itore One mils rein BUnford llulldlnn ingood repair and dwelling originally coot steis- odtorover 1200 Will sell both for MM or will rent or sell separately No 13230 acre farm mite of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling room two tenant house two burns well aad aprlng near dwelling Farm In high atat of clllratlon urns river lottom land good fencing fruit etc Irlce 13750 sn aces No STollor seven roonr learns dwelling veranda etc Ono story storeroom 20x60 two bleckmllb hOI tenant house stable crib and ware house Every building new and fencing In flnsshape Allot the property la In lluitonvlll Ky sad ws will sell u a whole or sell ugh place separately Well st Neb liable sod cl tern at house or address the above named see 72A stock of goods for safe This the nicest sod most carefully selected dock of rood In Central Ken tuck A plendld trade In Lincoln and adjoining counties We will sell this for cost and carriage and tou want to go In builnn ou cannot find nicer stock or better trade In this particular line outside ol the cltle Officers rJ 8 IlOOKKll Presl IIJ J MCKOHE11TH Ohr J W II WEAKEN OkprI DJrBotor3I F Reid Va eIT Harris Stanford J S locker Stanford W P Walton Leitncton K It Tanner alcllnneytM IL Elmore II llaurhman T I Hill Jag Iloblnson I II IlauEhman W P Tau StaDfordI LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK T 8nxeaonto continuouslyfor Officers 8 0 8I1ANK8 President J B OW8LKV Cashier t W U nUIOUT AMt Cashiers Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford Ky countyUl IIIland companliQalyassandwsonly rlendlerePilr countyThree verylow KyFrame litbebeatbutlneasilsndsnd NMParm o MIatmla tay ealTae stherertbrlWlep liIQQNofiew two story 5 room funse dallleg and oW nlIJebwtsIno welleloughutyesrprkuosullru JDdbureteensy eNMtrggIDd I g In gd npllr lrIItohodadorigodtoaJ tNaB6 dlanuet108uMloCwycounty Kf rootergwlbeenadethuwtbnlldtg1o sun lb timber full ueta ehartbboolOnhudsheepNah acne of sod and twostory fuseReese In lreuhenrlM Ilan JIff subbMfMga truerncreJ All bsaJlagan d sane l mlIDOtwoltoryre aJe loom to by to Goat woe tour nut t0at q lLIm and tudullII shop II as Itr IrIblWelt Aease se tor ban open rap Lern looms stock Inabargain a NltecoUIUlloarellprojierty In Uncola county Ne rereod 4TwoiU Hood r pWentinli g 7 nd room rMIODbINoballrtII K eo uln nolthtJOD fila JOUlbullly new ta within yard of Ihr church y school IOItolllle and Ii depot lroIOfrt Ices on dlrblrm j tl tOOr ID of oot 1lhln 30 crH ins0ullpurchUlr Thlt It alai I51ntpunustoMonie 2 d Uloalbarnani oeeeauryo nibnllda acresIbdnvhenlee lmprovrmenuwell tuckyRedEstaateExschanged if Mbuflysir rondltlonong I omthmlteodpike wtered Lv nstsr tiling Spring t leKlnneand watered Will thisterm ill place on easy No 374 rOOm fnmerottereand one acre o houseAcJrIee 3100 + f rolsfendnggoodCoOclell n pce Ihre hurelis lu grid repair Wilt sell the property at a low Ifigure or lease it outsbulldhograoJl2toutcelltngrreredwith metal jUlof pl laotC111200Alwaril ulneNNo 30A lam of serf frame dwelllnrlour cones stock bern and all nloutbuilding eating well cut la 1IrIIneld ttIIln eulthtlon rt In I1luo thisplaceNOM Frame hotel large rooms double Turin toreroomfrfurnlsholarge 200letlmonIoprtetormonth On account of ill health of his wifereason ror lIInl proprietor dins to for farm In IJncoln aunty exchange pikeeariofthemnew stockStreamruelghburhoodfigures f I