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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I r VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 26 1904 8 A M NO 94 I j GOSHEN Since tbo ground has thawed tho t wheat seems to bo placed out end It Is a oornrospeci Indeed Tho sick reported In our last corret recoeredIMrevoro attack ot tbo grip but U some better The complaint of the Uubblo corree poadent about muddy turnpikes li oleo board In thus vicinity Tbl however 11001 unusual at ibis time of year If those In charge of repairing our turn pikes would quit putting on sand and loft gravel and put on nothing but rock of the bet quality the complaint of muddy pike would soon cease Rev Japer Livingston has been called M pastor of the Goshcn cburch for another year wblcb wlll make 23 yean be has served this church TbU li eminently proper and right for no mao descries more honor and credit fur the good Influence that has gone out from thU church than Mr Livingston who preached hi first sermon here on the ftth Sunday In May ISbl In a small lug school house whore to far at the wri ter knows no ono bad ever preached Ifbefore Illi success was Immediate persons confessing their Savior at the Ant service and were baptUod the tame evening A church was or canlscd that year and the present church edifice was bulll the next and over since Goshen haw been a wide awaKe and live church There U per hap not a state In the union In which tome person does not live who bat re ceived tome spiritual nurture hero KINGSVILLE 4Iloone Flint It quite tick Mitt Annie MeKtV + subscription school began Monday Our people were tarry to lose Luther Lanbam at Stanford man carrier lie was accommodating to every ooo and A very popular Your correspondent will go to Lox loglon Feb to take a course In ste nography and typewriting In Jrot W I It Smith Commercial College The iporumcn of our town engaged In a fox chase Monday night and not only fatted to catch tbo fox but lust their horses and for several hours be t fore dawn which did not teem to them wee ama however they enjoyed P a walk through the dense woods Mr Fauolo K Carey blU returned home after a protracted vltlt to rein thee at Lebanon Junction Miss Mary Burton of Somerset is the guest of her parent hero Miss Gertrude Da l vidson It vltltlng relatives In Danville Mr Sam McKellbam and ton have Joined Mr McKetlbam at Chicago 1 Horn to thn wife of Cicero Murphy a girl also to the wile of Morrl Walls a flee boy Mr Coons of Eubankt It Vltltlng relatives here Mack WIU llama It at homo for a visit from Glen mary Tcnn whero be is night opera tar Our former ticket agent J Done It working at the Tower at Lexington Will Wolf apont several days with the bomefolk atNlcbolotvllio jCongratulationsr ifr Join H Cullom editor of the Oar land Texu News hat written a letter ot f congratulations to the manufacturers off ChamberUlnfl Cough Remedy as follows Sixteen year ago when our first child Will a baby be wu subject to croupy spells and we would be very unouy about him We began using Chamberlains Cough Kcmedy in 1887 and finding it iuch a reliable remedy for colds and oroup we have never been without it In the house tlnco that time We have five children and have given it to all of thorn with good results One good feature of I this remedy U that It Is not disagreeable t to take and our babies really like IL An other Is that It is not dangerous and there it no risk from giving an overdose I congratulate you upon thollucCCSI of your 1remedy For Bale by W N Craig The highest paid waiter In the world Ii Oscar Ttchlrky superintendent of waiter at the WaldorfAstoria Ulil salary is just 123000 Ho Is the Jetlrlei 4ofwaiter and has no close rivals lie of GermanPolish descent and was I a star at tho Hoffman House Fifth av enue and DelmonIco before engaged for tbo Waldorf Other head waiters receive as much 1111250 to 1300 a month In Now York 1300 to SOO Including tips abroad The 4000000 or 5000000 Hebrews living within the pleltor1ulala coo ttltute about half the Jewish race The space to which the Jews arc about the size of the Gorman EmpireI It U a territory reaching eastward from the German a line 1000 miles long drawn from the Baltic to the Crimea and would be am ple room If Hebrew wore permitted tu till the toll Mr Wm 8 Crane of California Md suffe red for years from rheumatism and lumbago lIe was finally advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which ho did rrand it effected a complete cure This liniment is for sale by W N Craig LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Josh Joneji bought of J DL Robert 23 tteer at ilia Two cur loads of mules were bought at KHzibolbtonn at 1200 a head II L Hubble bought at Gallatln Tcnn five Jok and a gelding at 300 to 1600 I have for tale eight No good 700 pound two yearold ulcers J 8 Pur cell Ml Vernon Ky J U Clay of Bourbon county told hit tobacco at Ho and Clark Barnett told 2000O pounds at Tic with t6 oD for the crop Breck Bonta of Mercer county bought of David Cattleman of the tame county a pair of six year old mules for 1259 W S Glbbt of Wlllltburg Wash ington county told to southern parilei 55 cotton mules at price ranging from 1115 to 1200 each Came to my place Jan 10 a gray horse about seven year old flstuU In both shoulder Owner can get him by paying for keep and notice J W William Stanford Torbuoo S Brown told 30 mules to Southern buyer for 14700 J T Black bought for RIker k Good 3535 tur key They weighed 6150 pounds and cost 14807 35 Uarrodiburg Herald Mr Jams Clark who kept account of tho domestic produce she told dur lag tho past year from Jan 1 1093 to Jan 1004 reports the net turn of 1225 04 arlelng from this source alone Lancaster HccordL- ANCASTKII COURT There were about 150 cattle on tbo Lancaster mar ket yesterday and the demand was goad Yearlings and twoyearbids brought 31 to 3lo heifers 30 butcher stuff 21 to lie Mules and horse were In demand at big prices A big crowd attended court At W T MuIr tale In Fayetto milk cow brought from 140 to 160 work mule 1135 to 1200 sow 112 to I2 Iboate 12 to 15 300 barrels of corn were told at from 12 00 to 2 80 a barrel In the crib 120 toOl of baled timothy bay brought IU 80 a too baled itraw 15 a ton shredded fodder 16 a ton- Jockey Lucien Lyon will not rIde for Junes R Keene this year nod thereby hangs a tale which may find its con clusion In the court of the country Lyno le under a three year contract at 20000 a year Mr KecncV reason for annulling the contract is that Lyne violated his contract because bo spoke to Tod Sloan SOMERSET It is gratifying to be able to state that Somerset continues on the up grade there being many anticipated Improvement for the approaching tea son Rev J W Rawlo acd J L Owens will begin a series of meeting at the South End Baptist church Feb lit and a protracted service will begin at an early date at the Presbyterian church Mrs Ida Harrison of Lexington was warmly greeted by the ladles of the C W B M and an Informal reception tendered her at the homo of Mrs Dr G W Reddish about 60 ladles being present Her lectures wero greatly enjoyed every one feeling that her very pretence wee a benediction Tho revival meetings at the Christ Ian cburch conducted by F M Tinder of Lancaster and 01 MoMahan reg ular pastor with Prof Daugberty of Louisville singing evangelist continue with Increasing interest with crowded bOYle at each sorvlcu and several con fessions up to the present Rev O P MoMahan filled the pulpit ot the Chris tlan church at Lancaster on last Sun day for F M Tinder The Y M C A will organize here and It Is confidently expected that the- o lelale of the fine system of tbo Q and C will expend a very liberal sum In a modern and thoroughly equipped build ing for the association A first class hospital Is alto ono of the certainties hero The new streets opened In tho city will soon be MacAdamlzad as tho work upon them will begin at once un der the supervision of Conlcy Bros of Danville It Is evident that the good people of Somerset are putting forth every effort for tho spiritual development and uplift of her citizens and It Itl to bo hoped that the corporate management of our little city will over be on the alert and heartl cooperate In every laubabloI undertaking for the betterment our place until the surrounding hill tops will echo and reverberate tbo praises and virtues of this the queen city of the mountains Domestic Troubles- It exceptional to find a family whore there are no domestic ruptures occasionally but these can be Icaiened by having Dr Kings New Life Pills wound Much trouble they ave by their great work in Stomach and Liver troubles They not only relieve you but cure 25e at Pennyi drug store NEWS NOTES James Clark a multimillionaire died la Now York Four men and a woman were drown ed In the flood at Sharon Pa An express train on the Southern Pa clfio was held up and robbed In Call for ola Judge Zich Gibbons one of the old cat members of the Lexington bar li deadIn a hotly contested election salooni were voted out of Dixon by a majority of 30William Itobton former mayor ol BolloTUe dropped dead In his palatial homo It le stated that tho L and N will spend about 1000000 on Improvements at Atlanta James Walter alleged to be a notorious diamond thief Is under arrest at MinneapolisThe of the electric llghtplant at Jackson blow up The engineer bad gone to supper Molllo Wall a 14yearold girl of Letcbsr county toll from a swing and broke her neck Jim Garrls cut and probably fatally wounded his brother Dave curing a quarrel In Owunsboro- Lieut Campbell W Flake U S N was killed while on a scouting expedl lion In the Philippines Mucilage have been called through out Arizona to protect against the pro posed joint statehood with New Mexi co Lewis Radford a Negro charged with murdering a Negro woman at Qutbrlc was lynched by a mob of his own race Fire damaged tho factory of E W Olin 1 Co New YorK to the extent of 200000 A fireman fell from a lad der and was killed President John Mitchell and H C Perry were selected as delegates to at tend the International Mining Con grew at Part In May Janice Bodlgo six year old was killed and two other persons badly burned by tho explosion of a lamp In the Hope Mission at Plttgburg The schooner Augustus Bunt bound forBoston from Norfolk was wrecked In the fog off Quogue Long Island and seven member of the crow were Merlwetbor the fourth of the Pembroke murderer to be tried was found guilty at Hopklnsvllle and like the other tried was sentenced to death After being out on ball for a month a Pennsylvania man charged with murder and sentenced to 14 years In tho penitentiary has returoed to serve hit term Thirtytwo Negroes and six white persons wore killed by the Sloundvllle Ala cyclone Sixtyfive persons were Injured and at least a dozen aro expected to die In a free forall fight In the Stoncga Va mines Andrew Calabrettu was dangerously cut with a razor and Mike Bucksar was tabbed In the bowels Both will din The responsibility for tbo IroquoU Theater fire le placed upon the manage moat and builder In a report made to Mayor Harrison of Chicago by Fire Chief Mushatn George A Rose cashier of the Produce National Bank of Cleveland which closed its doers Friday Is In Jill on the charge of embezzling 180000 ot the banks fund Bull Leader Brown startled the New Orleans Cotton Exchargo by offers to buy hell a million bales for May dolly cry Prices aro now higher than at any time since the war Bishop Thomas Uuderwood Dudloy died suddenly In New York from a stroke of apoplexy Be had gone to that place to attend the bedside of Mre Dudley mother who died last Tuesday Bishop Dudley was a native of Virginia but had devotes 20 years of bl1Ue tcTEplscopal church work In Kentucky Ho rote to tbo rank of major In the Confederate army and since the war apart from his church work bad attained distinction as leo turer and writer- Mtrcaoaunas POOR STOMACII Tho worn out stomach of the over fed millionaire is often paraded In the publicI prints as a horrible example of attendant on tbo possession of great wealth Dut millionaires are not the badIstomacbsgestion aro rampant among these people and they suffer far worse tortures than the millionaires unless they avail themselves of a standard medicine like Ureeus August Flower which has been a favorite traubliestones and vitalizes the entire system and makes life worth living no matter what regularIaize LANCASTER Mr Ed Bishop has been spoken of ala candidate for mayor or Lancaster He has lived In this city all of his life and Is known widely In this Community He Is a man ot Integrity and honor eel to whatever position be might be elected be would till U with credit and ability Herbert Dllllon the 14yearold boy who was accidentally shot about three months ego by his father while clean log a revolver died last week This remarkable case of where a boy has lived after bis brains have been shot out has attracted tbo attention of the medical fraternity all over tbo State City Councilmen Cherry and SID dere of Hardiiown were here Tburs day Impacting the water works system Toey expressed themselves as being highly pleased with the construction ot our system These gectlemen have visited other cities and In comparison with them they pronounce our system very superior especially the filter which they think la the best In the Slate The local W O T U held their annual election of officers Saturday eve nlog for the ensuing year with the following reuulte Mrs G M Patterson president Mrs J B Klnnalrd president Mis Olivia Sweeney vleoI cording secretary Miss Ida May corresponding secretary Mrs Ed Price treasurer The vice presidents from different churches In town are Mrs Maria KIrby Presbyterian Mrs R A Stone Christian Mist Mary Knapp West Baptist Mrs R G Ward Methodist Miss Fannie Sbugara has recovered from an attack of toosllltls Mrs Wm Anderson entertained Friday afternoon at her country home on Danville ave flue This was her 63rd birthday Mrs IT C Gulley le the guest of her slater Rosa Crowe and Miss Allle Brown ot Louisville MrA Grant and daughter Miss Sela of Danville have returned from a visit to Mrs Edward Price Miss Mary Burnslde is attend ing a house party In Frankforlglven by Mite Francis Fogg Mr Jerry Rcsp si has returned from the south to spend the remainder of the winter with his family Capt W J Klnnalrd has re turned to his home In Mlddleeboro af ter a visit to relatives here Dr Til bert has been ylslllng his family in Shclbyvllle for the past week Mrs Wm Wherrltt of New Orleans has been visiting relatives here Miss Mae Harvey Wooldrldge la visiting friend In Harrodsburg and Louisville The sudden death of Col Dan R Collier came as a shock to hie many friends in Garrard county his old home No man In the State was more widely known or had a more loyal list of friends Col Collier was born In Garrard county lo 1840 and has lived In this State during the 61 years of life At the first note of war be answered lie call and served with distinction throughout Its period He filled many positions In the service of our State and government and all with honor and distinction Three children survive Col Collier Mrs Robl Elkln Mrs Joseph Robinson ad Lieut Wm Col- lIer His remains were laid to rest Monday in tho Lancaster cemetery under a covering of lovely flowers Above bis manly breast rested a floral flag an emblem of the one be loved so well The services were conducted by hit devoted friend Rev Dewecse of Lex ington asiisted by Rev F M Tinder So closes the life of a man bravo loyal and aa faithful to his trusts as any man could be- CGIttATIC CORES Tho influence of climatic conditions in the cure of con sumption is very much overdrawn The poor patient end 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 lion in the morning is made certain by German Syrup so Is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening cough and debilitating night aweat Restless nights and the exhaustion due to cough Ing tho greatest danger and dread of the 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 whq use German Syrup Trial bottles 25c regular slre75c At all drug Rials Tbo Federal grand jury at St Louis returned an indictment against United States Senator Joseph R Burton of Kansas on the charge of accepting noooy from the Rialto Grain and So jurltfes Company of St Lout for hIs services In interceding with tbe post ifflce department to secure a decision allowing the company the use of the malls Whenbllious try a doee of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and realize for once how quickly a firstclaw up to date medicine will correct the disorder For sale by W N OralgI C ye + d t dig 4 510t4for your choice of any Winter Suit or- t in the house IS theIttt4 to and are big ft bargains for those that come at once price is cashnone of theseiiThis I charged t atesss f 1T o mILLER Danville Ky THE GLOBE tft tc e ot c 1t t y t How to Saves FUEL Briefly buy a COLES HOT BLAST COAL STOVE- It cuts the fuel bill ia two because It burns the gds arising from burning coal Gas goes via the chimney in other stoves COLES HOT BLAST realty makes 300soft coal work like W0 hardcoal Come in and see that smokeless feed door Does away with duet dirt and emote in the house Our cuttlery has a great reputation In this neighborhood because while our price are cheap the goods are not wessr snras Higgins MKinney Sole Agents- STANFORDKENTUCKY 6 AIRTIGHT HEATING STOVES AT COST It will pay you to buy these and save them for next winter S H ALDRIDGEi Depot Street Stanford Ky Be Sure j To see our stationery We have just put in stock a now line ol Box Paper both in Note and Letter size Blue tinted and White Note Paper 25 cents Choice Assortn1entIOf Letter Paper in White Blue tinted and Grey 25 and 50 cents Tablets in Note and Letter size 10 15 and 25 cents Conic uow while our lino is new and complete you can select just what you like Pennys Drug StoreStanford I Dix and PanicIGREAT GAMES AT4 W N CRAIG Pharmacist Successorto Craig 4 Jlocker ri jr STANFORD KENTUCKY i E INTERIOR JOURNAL c E C WALTON 1THOMAS D NEWLAND SR Is acanJUate for Sheriff of Lincoln county utj cp eo tx action of the democratic party GEO W DE BORD II a unalJat for Sheila of Uncom county sufcjec wee action of the democratic party P l T JEFF HILL SR It acandUite for Sheriff of Lincoln county subjec Mal action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN It a candidate for sheriff of Lincoln county totject to Ska action of the democratic party aDINK FARMER 41 candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to IM action of the Democratic party I JAMES c HAYS In candidate for Jailer subject to tbt action of Ui i Maocratlc patty WI HERRIN for Jailer subject to the action cf tb Iamocrattcpasty SAMUEL M OWENS li i candidate for Sheriff of Uncoln county subject la KM action of the democratic patty MEREDITH F PRUITT h candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to III of the demo cratic party MISS KATE BOGLE It a candidate for Superintendent of PUNIC Schools ol Lincoln county subject to the action of the demo mileparty t HON D L MOORE i IofMercer county Is a candidate for Conrrtts In the district to succeed lion G ci Gilbert sub supj r THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE i If the sum appropriated by the Gen eral Assembly for tbe purpose of rep resenting Kentucky at the exposition to be beld In St Louie commemora tive of the Loulelana Purchase should to be as great a benefit to the Iprovoas this historic purchase is to the State the money will not have t IUnited In yarn The territory of of which we took possession 1 Doc 20 1803 under cession from iFraocofor the sum of 115000000 cm f DOt only tbo boundary of the state now bearing that name but oleo those of the states and territories of Arkansas Iowa Kansas Minnesota Missouri Nebraska Oregon Colorado both Dakotas Washington Montana I Idaho Wyoming Oklahoma and Indian JTerrltorsa pretty considerable slice domain I Tbe possession of this territory Is tiDe of the many blessings for which we are indebted to the eiaiesmanshlp of Thomas Jetyerontbougb It Is claim ed In certain quarters that Livingston sad Monroe are entitled uj the sole credit and Jefferson merel with the sazacliy approving what they did without his knowleege History how ever clearly shows to whom the credit la due Long prior to the purchase the right of navigation on tbe Mlflsdlppl river was a fruitful source of discord among the western settlers Spain then own t ed Louisiana Including both aides ol the rlyera mouth and claimed me ex n clusive right of navigation thereon which deprived the hardy western plo nears of a means ot exit for their pro duce The feeling over ibis matter was so high at one time that secret ne I gotiations were pending between cer tain prominent Kenlucklana and the Spanish authorities for tbe transfer of Kentucky to Spain Jefferson was well aware of this dissatisfaction and of the Importance to tbe United States of nov r IlitatloD on tbe Mississippi As far back as 1190 while be was secretary state a rupturo seemed Imminent between England and Spain and Jefferson promptly prepared to leze tbe opportune moment for com pelling a eelllement of the open quest tlon of Mississippi navigation The rupture however was averted and I secretlyVeold by Spain to France ot which the United States authorities did not obi italeknowledge until 1802 Jefferson was greatly chagrined over the change t I of ownership from a weak to a strong and immediately took Vpoer what was needed by the UDII rp ted States I Congress In secret session left to him the management ol the whole business r and provided him with 12000000 to be used as be saw fit i i Napoleon the Great was then In con i trol of France and bad long had his heart set on establishing a French col any In America At first he disdainfully refused to consider a proposition to purchase any part ol Louisiana On r willing to leave the affair entirely to tbe American minister lo France Jef Person on Feb llin 1803 selected James Monroe afterwards president i as a special emissary to go to France and assist In the negotiations Luck as usual was on our side By the time Monroe reached France Napoleon was about to get Into war and was sorely pressed for money The scheme for an American colony bad to be abandoned t John T Morse one of Jeffersons bi ographers who shows no disposition In his book to give him undue praise thus describes tbe consummation of the pur chase Monroe Instructions had con tern plated only a moderate purchase of the Island and some land on the east erly lido of the river nothing more be log thought possible Out Napoleon notion now was to turn hit most avail ablo assets Inloimoney with all speed Ho Intimated that he would sell Louis lana Monroe bad gauge Jeffersons views with perfect accuracy and felt no fear ID a few days he anc Livingston closed the bargain buylof Loulslsnajoutrleht In their dispatch es the envoys acknowledged that the bad exceeded their Instructions aDd humbly hoped that they had not erred This waillterally true but It was only the letter not the spirit of their In itruotloni that bad been overstepped Monroe well knew that bo had only fulfilled Jefferson real wishes But since this was not apparent 00 the surface the Federalists afterward pretended to regard these profession of the negotiators as Indicating tha any credit thero might bo In the pur chase was due to them rather than to the president This however was at unfair artifice which at best coup amount to nothing moro than saying that the presidential policy had sue caeded even beyond tho hopes of the projector The entire credit of the achievement belonged exclusively tc JeffersonCol D R Collier The recent death of this distinguish ed gentleman leaves a vacancy In the ranks of the States citizenship which will be noted Col Collier was a man of pronounced Individuality Be owned traits of character which his moat Iptlmate friends and there are many of them will be pleased to remember Be was ardent and sincere In his at tachments He was unselfish In bit friendships He was disinterested lu his disposition to confer favors Be wat generous obliging temperate In thought judgment and conduct He was a brave kindly man He was con siderate of the feelings and patient with the Infirmities of everybody Be was accounted a valiant soldier during the Civil War His promotion from the station of a private to the colonelcy ol a regiment attests his courage and sound judgment His hearty fellowship with Confederate soldiers will be pleasantly rememberad by those whom be fought Putting behind us all thought of some differences which may have toucbed the border Hue of asperltv a few years ego let us recall him only HIS a gallant genial gentleman who In his own way and In his own sphere did many good things which will not die RUSSELL SAGE announces that be will now retlro from active buslnes life With only 1100000000 to his account the poor fellow will be compelled to both study and practice economy for the balance of his life Verily the rich have some troubles the poor would be pleased to share POLITICAL Judge Benton has named Stanton M Thorpe for his master commissioner lu MadisonThe passed Gullys Anilslot Machine Bill which makes It a felony to set up the device Former Gov Paulson of Pennsylva nls upon Invitation briefly addressed both Senate and House at Frankfort The Senate committee on privileges and elections has decided to investigate the charges against Senator Smoot ol UtahAttorney General Hays has decided that the governor has no power lo ap point a police judge In a sixthclaw townFormer Governor Bradley was hon ored by the Kentucky Senate and Douse and given a reception by both bodies Bon William J Bryan says and says truthfully no man who voted for Palmer and Buckner will be nominated fur president this year II Judge James E Cantrlll has formally announced bis candidacy for judge of the court of appeals to succeed Judge Burnam In this tbo fifth district Former Gov Taft of the Philippines bas arrived at San Francisco He says the Islands are tranquil but are by no means ready for self government CarterIprogram or Board of Trade banquet on Jan 28 Moses C Wetmore of St Louis Is said to have set aside In bis will alum of money to be held as a permanent rued for the use of the democratic party A Chicago paper asserts that the Iroquols Club of that oily la prepar Log to boom Gen Nelson A Miles for the democratic presidential nomina ion A Now York paper gives Mr Bryan only 11 votes or states In the next na tional dfmocrailo convention for there mrmIlUun of the Kansas City plat formA bill will be Introduced In tbo House providing for a loan of 14600000 for me Louisiana Purcbaso Exposition to be guaranteed by a lien on the gate re ceipts Democratic leaders In Washington std giving Mr Bryan some plain talk telling bran tnai be has bud his chance twice and should not attempt further to dictate to the party VVar 0 L No financial legislation will be enact od at the present session of Congress Col Bltcoe Hlndman was elected democratic executive commtttccmai for the fifth district to succeed Clem W Hugglns resigned The selection II gratifying to democratic leaders The Senate by a vote of 28 to 0 paned the CantrlllGlllennater school bool bill accepting all tbo House amend meets The bill Is the caucus tneasuri and will bo the second to become a law rho Rivers and Harbors Commute of the Bouse bas decided that then should be no river and harbor ap proprlatlons at the present session of Congress although a few surreys ma bo authorized In an Interview at Washington Sen ator Blackburn declared that In bll judgment the Kentucky delegates to the democratic National cocventloi should go uninstructed both as to can dldates and platform The war department has requester an appropriation or 11345260 for fieh maneuvers for 1905 and 11255418 fo the same purpose In 1000 The maneu very this year will bo hold In the At lantlo and Pacific divisions At a reception to the judiciary at the White House Associate Justlci Harlan protested against stopping tbi dlP1lomatlothe president and Mrs Roosevelt first A Philadelphia coal merchant told the Senate Committee on the Philippines that the cost of operating for sign vessels was so muob less than op orating American ships tbat be bailey ed It would be necessary to pay a bone tv to American vessels engaged In the Philippine trade IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Marshall Coffey aged 85 Is dead near Burnslde Helm Nichols a prominent farmer banged himself near Harrodsburg III health was the cause Goodwin S Carr have sold tbelr store at Somerset to Messrs Conyers S Blake of Nicholas county John Dunn has resigned as marshal of Bnrgln and C H Daniel of Har rodsburg has been appointed Taylor Saunders was lodged In the Lancaster jail charged with forging bis fathers name to a note for 175 Sixteen acres of the GUI tract In the suburbs of Lancaster were sold there yesterday to W B Burton at 112250 Tbero are a number of cases of smallpox at Burgle and the disease li spreading rapidly says a Barrodsburc dispatchJudge Bell Is holding night sessloni of the bar In order to dispose of tbt many cases that have accumulated on the docket as soon as possible News At Plusburg the stockholders of tbs New Laurel Coal Company met and elected the following officers J W Baailn W A Pugb Dr J Glvensand R M Glvens London Democrat- It Is understood here that an effort will be made to get the Legislature Hi make a new county from too counties of Wbltley Laurel and Knox with Corbin as the county seat says a die patch from Corbln The postbOica at Quail Rockcastlr county will soon change hands for the sir+ t time In Us history Dr D E Proctor will take charge of It Bu father W G Proctor has had cbargr since rte foundation The Public Library of Perryvllle li the redolent of several hundred valu able books presented by Mrs Ella T Marston of Brooklyn N Y The large collection contains about 125 of the Moody colportago books histories etc Capt P P Ballard of Richmond lays claim since the death of ExGov John Young Brown to being the only surviving member of the Legislature of 1840 The captain Is also the oldest resident of Richmond and his long life has been full of honors Judgo M J Moss will bold a special term of the Bell circuit court In April to try Lea Turner on the charge of be lag an accessory to the killing of John Doyle Doyle was killed In the Quar ter Hone battle at the same time Ce sll was killed and as Turner has just been acquitted of the killing of Cecil It Is thought be will have but little trouble In the new trial Tbo following sent from Barbourvllle thould be taken with salt At Grays LO miles north of here Barney McFar and died under peculiar olrcumsiano el according to a report which has just eacned here He had been blind for LO year and yesterday he bad three tpllepilo fits the last of which was much more violent than the first two When be recovered from the last fit its sight was fully restored He shook sands with blsJrlends and talked pleas inily for about two hours when he Iud lenly died It A Very Close Call everyjointwith pain writes 0 W Bellamy a lo omotlvo fireman of Burlington Iowa appeItolive up I got a bottle of Electric Bitters md after taking It I felt as well as I ivor did In my life Weak sickly run town people always gain new life treogth and vigor from their nso Try byPonoy zi tz HERE AND THERE David W DunJdead In Mercer Wilt Hay shot and dangerously wounded Jim Burke at Bowling Green The town board of trustees of Jack son has decided to grant as many as three saloon licenses Isaac Bill became suddenly Insane at Van Bureo N Y and killed his sister shooting her and then chopping off her head While playing with a shotgun near Barbourvllle a little son of a farmer named Morris shot and badly wounded his 13yearold brother Extremely cold weather prevails In the Northwest the thermometer rcgli lerlng from 20 to 40 degrees below zero In many place Tradlo throughout the section Is greatly Impeded Willard Can a wealthy farmer and one of the alleged assailant of Mrs Dedman of Pike county Ind wes probably fatally wounded by an outer from whom be tried to escape after be log arrested Sam Baugbman a Negro was detected In the act of blowing open the safe In the Louisville Nashville tick et otUco at Lexington and was shot at by the agent He was captured and lodged In jail A Prisoner in Her Own House Mrs W H Layba of 1001 Agnes Aye Kansas t ity Mo has for several year bern troubled with severe hoarseness and at tlmea 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 bottle of Chamberlains ough Rem edy with instructions to closely follow the directions and I wish tc stale that after the first day I could notice a decided change for the bait and at this time after using it for two weeks have no hes itation In saying I realise that I am en tiiely cured H Tide remedy Is for sale by WN Craig FORRENT My storeroom recently ecu pled by Wm Severance Will rent for ona or more years J n OW8LKV W Z cJt7 zA W W LOW d J SjX siX va4- I il ers 1 SS sajD will be McKlnnoy each Friday HUy and PAY OA8I1 for All Kinds LUMBER B For Watch Bopalrlng Tools Bench Sign Stool and Material Will sell bargain engaged other busier call JlSSB WlJlTIIKHrollD UOKIUAIU Hocovered and repaired aria made almost good new for amount can your umbrella better than the tramp and for leIS money Give mo KHAKK ATKINS Stanford A Farm For Sale will loll tbe farm Mclloberts decd front the court house door county court dIY Feb 1DOI Dot sold privately before Tbo farm contains about acres of land house and and situated 3X miles north of Stanford Hawkins branch FBITII Agent for McBobort Heirs A S Ky OSeeon UcBobwU A M Ky Offers his services the people of Lincoln County He will please you both in work price Write him I CHRISTMAS HAS PASSED And the New Year hu comet cmlwllh comes New Resolutions sm odor log poP lble more for yourinoney than ever Bat Corn pr can JO tats Best Tomatoes per cut reefs Best Pcichct frcan SO torSole J L M Flour 25tb tack 70 cents Good coffee 10 33o per lb KralH and goods ol all Linda and aithousands ot good things tooat numerous to mention Come nod Pee and gel tuy prices W PERRIN The Grocer y y 5 t t t a t V r sV t Is I i loil i Heaters ssAGetbfore you buyA Lamps IveryJOHN BRIGHT JR COM lt S m S s See That Your Ticket Reads f Via The QC I Railroad- I Start In the New Year I Right By Trading With W B McRoberts NOTICE I I In cf A AUSTIN Sale Cheap at a as t am In to or a K- YUMBRELLAS p as U a I flx repairers a Small w I of 0 T In of on S 20 outbuildings Is on J O O T PRICE jDenUlt Stanford Owslyuauatns BOURNE Lancaster as uotoinr to to It I U I 9 to I evaporated t V l j to If DRUGGIST iSTANFORD The New Mason Hotel IUTC8 9700 PER DAY Lancaster KyIWm SBUOAB3 ProprUtcr BtcUlcJUthu IB every toon flCobtIII M naucK B D CAHTIR BRUCE and CARTER fI 11 j Livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANIOIID KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited horse handled on commission Stock Pone In Connection E D Peyton i J DEALKH IX JStaple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg +=etables Cigars and I Tobaccos Stanford MMM++ + + + + + + + + + + + H++ tl J If you need Printing of Any Kind Give this office a trial t L + MM + MM M ++ MMMMff + I JHE INTERIOR JUURN A I STANFOUD KT JAN J2G 180 n We w lib to call jour Mlcolloa to our White Pine and Tar for cuuehs aad colds llftYlnff sold tbli remedy for aI camber ot terra wo do nut besiuto to recommend 11 Ask bolo who bao tried U 1ennjs Drug Store Ly I t In Olllojt jour proscriptions we UIO the right moJlolnes In tbeexect lions nod with proper care We could sol do better U yon p td ut doublo tbo I Vice which It always reasonable Pea ltrl Drux Store I PERSONALS 3 n ivy Ilia LouUrilli tIn day DINIC WILKINSON or Liberty wai hero Friday DIt A S IniCG U at bli mother la Uarrard quito lickIFRANK WILKINSON was ID IJurglaI this week on business W U DKADY lad little too Ed wore la Loulsvlllo Sunday CEO IHKUS otMadliOD WM the guest of Dr Hllfioa Fowler MB JOaN P JONES went to Cincin oat Friday to buy more goods Miss SUBIB SACNDKKS spent tome tlmo with friends ID Loulst lllo Miss STELLA MOCLARY went up tc Deo Lick yesterday to open school MRS W W DAYS spent several lay with her mother ID Lancaster MRS PRIBCILLA DROWN ot MoreI laid Ii vliltloR Irlcodt at SomuleLI MIt CHARLES JELl of this oDJceI frIpeatSunday with Somertoi friends MISS 8UK ROUT U now cashier and r bookkeeper for Olffgloi ft MoKlooey MISS MAGGIE SACRAY of Daofllle spent several days with her sisters bereIKOIIERT L PORTER JR has token a position with the Wrought Iron Range Co MR Jour W MILLER of Lancaster from the + mouaaIDIIMESSRS OEO D WEATUEHVOUD S and W 8 of UuiiooTllle oroI hero retordaIMiss DORA iiTRAUii spent lereral dJI with the family of Uon B U King at Morelaad- DRI WOODS OOILVIE of Princeton was here yesterday the guest of hli aunt Mr J C day DR JOSCPU Deotc and pretty wife of Somerset are with bit parents Mr and Mrs William fleck MltS LUOY MOULEY of Ml Salem was here Saturday eo route to Grab f Orchard to vIsII rclalreIMiss NETTIE ntoaiNS of Grab Orchard I s visllloc Mr and Mr Sam II Ulgglnt Somerset Journal Miss HELEN THDIIUONU of tblI place will open a Spring school atI Droabead oo Monday Feb lit BORN to the wife of Mr W 0IGooob of Uarrard a daughter Nanola Nay Il make tbelr ninth oblldI 1Mn AND MRS CHAS LUTES I to the farm al Ml Salem hlcbI the former bat rented for this year Mn J Fox OUDDEKAK who has his headquarters In Louis lllo now WM a substantial caller al this amen Friday FRIDAY night Miss Ltlllo Peyton on j totorLalaed 18 girls at supper and after wards going to the mlatrolMlddlel boro News t Rev JOG DALLOU waS called to Parkiylllo Thursday lo preach the fu neral of Nicholas White a woll known f citizen of that place MK O L CROW who Is In Atlanta at his bedside writes us that Mr C K Crow II seriously 111 We hope lo hear f ol his early Improvement trMR THOMAS MCTCALP of lion City through NlcbolniTlllo Wednesday eo route to Plnevlllo to visit his brother Uoa O W MetcaH Jes samine Journal MISSES MARGARET AND POLLY TRAY Lon of Lincoln county spent several nays In the oily tote week with rlonda T D Wright has accepted a with the Danville Ice ft Coat 1bposition and will bo employed In their uptown omco Mr Wright le a iplenlld man and will make the nom pony a very eCQcleni employe Dan vile NewsJ LOCALS the real estate column this Is t11READ I today and tomorrow Will Thursday Ulgglna McKlo y 1 MK ALVEHSON has Introduced a bill to repeal the law regulating the prao f lice of barbering FOR RENT Douie of ilx rooms with All necessa all modern conveniences ry outbuildings J TJono TUB Presbyterian Ladles Aid So olety will meet with Mr Beetle Mc- Kinneytt next Friday afternoon at 2 o olockTuesuperyisorsraleo amounted tot 40255 which makes the total of Lin coin county taxable property root up i 5005231 t TOE old year la gone and the new- tL one has come Careen ft Pence want L what you owe them and take thli moth od ot 10 Informing jou T r I WILL yell privately a lot of bout bold and kitchen furniture Mr Jal Loa ALL accounts of Craig A Uock must bo paid at once W N Oralll successor FOR SALK OR KENT A two elor frame house on Danville Avenue Ap ply to J D Bryan Stanford Ky YOULL IUD money by readln lobo Bright Jr StCot adverlttemeo each issue and this time especially GALL at Peter Straubi shop on Som erect street and tee the Aeromotor Lbo boil windmill made Something now FOR oranges bananas lemon grapes figs date prune evaporated peaches etc etc go to J T JonesReeDLogan J a Reed Bed 33 died hll home near Jumbo Friday and was burled al Ml Morlab Saturday wife and ooo child survive him WHILE al Lancaster r yesterday Mr W U Wberrltitbowcdut apomegran ate bit wife bad raUod It came from a tree the has carefully nurtured for over 40 years DonNED TO DEATH A txycarol laughter of Mr Martha lodge 01- Crab Orchard was burned to deatl Sunday afternoon while playing around an open grate Miss SALLIB EI ofLancaster teaching a class In China palntlni bore She gives two lesion a week at the Myer Bouse Thursday afteroooi and Friday morning TUB peach buds on plateau land of Lincoln county are In floe condltlo for a full crop for the coming summer Other fruit equally promising at thli early date lo the season writes Mr J- A McKee from Klatrivlllo MILL JUNCT10NCiTYA move moot is oo foot among a nuraoorof cap lull of Doyle county to build a larg touring mill at Junction City Sever I thousand dollar have already beer tubcrlbedand plan are expected to b- ubmlttcd within a tow dayt BEAR latbatb Clay Clemen Co will hold too board at the Dan rifle Opera House to night Tuesday 211 The beautiful play The Now Do ilnlon will be presented Tomorrow night the big Barlow Wilson llostrels will make merry thorn ADVERTISING pays said Druggist Geo L Peony to us Saturday My dvertliemeniof Oyomel brought or era Irom Moreland to Stoncga Va hit week while many buyers for that popular catarrh treatment from In and round Stanford bavo been to my tore MK JACIC ADAMS J tolthe I J rep esentatlve at Lancaster yesterday that IB would bo a candidate for jailer of larrard Qo Is a mighty clever man aad a democrat dyed In the wool We mere told that Mr David Ruts the resent Incumbent wilt also ask for Lbo olllco J DOO LOST A small bleak water panic with long curly ear tall au- oft about half Ito length and hair long aDd soft left Mr Helen D Huffman1 tome In Dustonvlllo a few days ago nformallon as to hie whereabouts will be paid tor by her The dogs name Ii VI sco and in verymarlausetodataWILL STONE the carpen Ler Is al home from Lexington whereto has been superintending iho erec loo of some largo horse and cattle amps for J F Cook ft Co Union Itock Yard He tell us that Mr look find hit company are doing an amonse amount of business and that tboy are evidently making money L A HINT TO TilE WISE Wo have oat out a number of statements lately aod but few of those to whom wo have leat them bavo responded It take line and money to write letters and at ro bavo not a great deal of either to pare we bavo adopted the following rulo After two statement have been roared the account will bo given At irney L R Hughes to collect Wo Isllke to do this but are compelled to tako the step In order to get our bUll Dell In bettor shape Mr Hughes Is a One collector and wo promise that wboa our accounts go to his hand they 111 either bo collected or he will know tho reason why T COLLIER Col Daniel R Collier ntlon agent for Kentucky mer collector of the port at LoulnilloI aad adjutant general of Kentucky died ddonly In Louisville Saturday after aooa of angina pectorle from which ho- bad been a sufferer for eight years Dli homo was at Lancaster where he leavoa several children Including Mcs damell R L Elklnand J E Robinson aad Mr W H Collier Gov Bradley wbo was a great admirer of Mr Collier paYI him this handsome trlbutoUBo waa aa brave as a lion as gentle aa a oman his hand waa ever open to tho- poor He was the protector of the woakI aDd oppressed a faithful loyal varying friend During 30 years ho bIB been as aloes to me aa ho could well bae been and I never called on him but that he responded tITUG weather Is as a It coo be- COLLARS I names trace chains back bsndt wagon harness eto al J C tlcClarysaWILL CRAIO and Mack Montgomery both colored boys are wanted ror breaking Into W A Mobley crib aDd stealing corn DONT farm town propert until you have seen what the Centra Kentucky Iteal Estate Exchange SsTl tie Co has to sell T TUB failure of our last Issue to get to Hustonvlllo on time was due to the lorC getfuloeit of a friend who started wit them bul left them on tbe way TUB George UlcKi near Mt Salem burned let week This makoi twice his home bas been destroyed by Ore In two years Mr Hicks carried I5CO insurance In the Home Co rep resented by Jesse D Wearen TUB siockooldcrs T of he Crab Orch ard Fair ft Racing Association aro requested to meet at the police courtroom In Crab Orchard on Tuesday Feb 9tb at 1 oclock I U for the purpose of electing new directors for tbl year R H Brnnaueb president McKINNEY Frank Mobley has a light case o measles D S Ride Son are doing a Dice livery buslnets U 0 Allen shipped a carload of huge last week for which he paid 31 to 4j The Maccabeet are talking of build log a ball and we hope the good wont will begin al once E O Goocb has rented tbe Mrs Moblev farm near Mt Salem sad will run II In connection with his hotel ant other business Tbo lumber business Is lively at present Mr F M Ware is deallni largely In ties Dink Wilkinson wa hero looking after staves Moses Tanner was here from Liberty and says he Is getting along nicely larauel son of J L Deck Is al homo from Kewanee Il where he has been for several months Miss Nancy Reed of Danville Is with Miss Jennie Mo Inney Mr O T Owens and child ion are visiting relatives at Somerset ttls Carrie Butler has returned tr Cbool at Danville Mrs S J Dayton ball returned from Somerset Claude liogletoo who has been night operator al Lexington le on duty here while J B Drown II taking a rest Mrs S otyer of Somerset Is visiting her un lie M P Morgan the Is an active hurch member Dr Green Moore U in tbe tick list Mra F M Ware It mprovlng J Me Hubble has moved to Mrs Nettle Humphrey property King Houston It back from Cincinnati fur a shot stay MATRIMONIAL R E Tlptoo of Montgomery and DM Mary Co le of Madison wore larrled last week barley Martin and Miss Martha Long eloped in Jelllco and were mar vied Ml Veroon Signal lohn S Buter and Miss Mottle Toue a prominent young couple from lureln were mtrrled In Lexington A man ol 09 In Texas has married a woman of 33 Which makes It a 3 to 1 shot that U was not a genuine love af air says the Lancaster Record Tho marriage of WUMam A Wood to Mrs Nancy A Wllhoyl which oo urred In Danville Sopl 10 has just beoa made publlo 8 L Green and Miss Julia Francis Downing went to Georgetown on the nterurban car and wore married In the larlom of the Wellington Hotel Mr ireen Is the ton of J B Green who ecently moved to Lexington from Lin cola county Lexington Democrat CHURCH MATTERS There aro now 1637 students aided by the Methodist Hoard of Education Eld R P Campbell will preach at McCormick church next Sunday at 11 A M and ai 630 p u Rev 0 M Buoy will preach each venlng this week at the Baptist burch Services begin at 7 oclock A protracted meeting will begin at- tbo Mothodttt church next month lev H O Morrison will assist the astor Rev P J Ross Rev W W Bruce of Perryvllle will preach al Hustonvllle next Sunday lornlng A large attendance is re uested as arrangements will bo made at that service for tho calling of a pat Or F M flames of Cincinnati tbe Na tonal Secretary of The Foreign Chris tlaa Missionary Society will preach at- tbe Christian church on Sunday morn lair and evening of Jan 31st No mis lonary collection will be taken Lifo can be sustained for something lICo 30 days on water alone with but quarter10f wUoIThe House passed the McDonald bill CoarederI NOTICEI Notice is bureby given to the owners and holder of the 113000 Lincoln county 4 per cent bond of trrlM A limed March 1 180010 year bond optional to tie years that the Court nlll redeem said serlo of bonds at tbe Lincoln County National link of Stanford Kentucky on March I lOot as prorlded In the ace of said bond JIB P IUIIBT L L 0 C Nice Home For Sale I desire to sell privately my home on the Hnstonvllle ft MUdlrburg pike 2X mile from HuilonTllle Tbe homo has Mr rooms and la In good repair Oood barn and oth outbuildings young orchard etc Lot contains six acres W II I1ADOKTT 41 UiMtonvllle Ky BOB QU1S 66749- A J 00- I will stand tbe above splendid Jersey bull at my place near water works at tl61a- D adyanco Ktturn privilege permitted J U OAMRNIdOn Manford Ky Produce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you the bee mullet price for Poultry Egg Feathers Tildes Kurtrlron Ora Etc Call at- NORTflOOTT k THOMAS BtaofordKy Portablt Engine and Saw Mill For Sato I 4 Will sell privately I11 also sell a 5horse engine boiler All In good repair Willellata bargain to close up 1 business Will take part pay In lumber POWKUJ BWKIKKT Stanford Ky POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting tIblng or any kind of trel passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the fall extent of the law T A Illce Dr J O Carpenter- J M Carter Br W B Amon George Holmes J O Neat P W farter Fred VnOruenlgan J Nerln Carter Fred VonAllman Fred tlanman Albert VonOrnnenlgan 4 J Z Bpoonaroore T M Holmes II V JVn CamenUcb Peter Ilalmer w II Johnson Mr Mary firms David 8t pbens lama 51 White and wife E V Uamm II P Hawkins Mn Mary n Welch Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court 4 Mattle Kamlskj etc PIta va Catherine tamlnsky etc Pursuant to a Judgment and order of sale lade In the above su t at n special erm of sold court held on Dec 29 1003 the ndertlpnod commissioner will on the 8thI fayof Kebru ry 1001 before the court muse dour In Stanford Ky sell at public utcry tothe highest and best bidder the ollowlng described real estate which Is Molted 4 In Uncln aunty KV on tbe waters of Hue1 Creek bounded thus llcglnnlng at a white oak thence N 83 W 18 pole to s hickory thence N 39 W 20 poles to ft fallen white oak thence N IB W 26 poles to two poplar thence N 55 W3I poles to a white oak thence N 8 W SO poles to a white sek and dogwood thence N 81 W 10 pole to a while oak and dogwood thence 8 48f W 38 pole toa beech and sugar tree in tho bank of the cCOfk thence H 42X E 58 pole to a beech and ash thence 8 15 E tt2 poles to a ttuiip thence B 48 E iS pole Ui a poplar and two beeches thence S 27K W 27 poles to a hickory and beech hence N 5038 poles to a beech a d ash ou the bunk of hi Crab Orchard fork creek hence up the creek N 30 E 14 poles to a buckeye tree thence N IK E 12 poles to a small white oak thence N 50 F B pules to a iasafra thence N 68 E 14 poles to ft don blo hornbeam thrnro N 35 E 28 poles to A sweet gum thnrce N 3 E Io poles to a red em thence N 73 W 21 polea bla k oak laptlng thence N 45 W 60 to the be ruing containing 82aerosand02poleof- and more or less The of tho sale I s for tbe division of the proceeds ot sale tmonrt the parties entitled thereto Terms of Hae Oredlt of 6 mouth bond eltb approved security required bearing I- Iper cent Interest from dayof sale until paid and payable to the commissioner leln retained R r WARREN O L 00 Mrs Laura S Webb Yea resident Woman Demo crntle Club of Northern Oblo I dreaded the change of life which was fast approaching noticed Wine of and lo try a bot tie I experienced tome relict tM lint month to I kept on taking It for three months and now I menstruate with no pain and I shall take It off and on now until I have passed thecllnux Female weakness disordered menses falling of tho womb and ovarian troubles do not wear off TheYfollow woman to tho chango not wait buttako Wine of Cardul now and avoid the trou ble Wine of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman of any age Wine relieved Mn webb when she was in danger When come to the change life Mrs Webb letter will mean more to you than it does avoid the- sufferingbbeendnred now But now aoIJl1i of Car- duINEoFCARDUIl I Great Reduction On Winter Suits and Overcoats WE MuntlCUT Stock DOWN In Time For Spring 850 Suits cut to S 650 1000 Suits cut to 800 1250 Suits cut to 9 50 1500 Suits cut to 1100 1850 Suits cut to 12 50 Same Reduction on OVERCOATS Cummins o c McClaryI 8 fIlII Aisj lttaiaia R a Our Stock ijr For the present year will not beas large as some in the State fc but it to bo the Best Goods manufactured in the nft United States CIUTERLVN CLOTHING for men are per Q aT feet beautiful fullcurved shoulders patent fronts to prevent t t breaking STETSON HATS they need no comment every tt body knows they are tho Best Soft Hat in the World The Ut j FOUNTAIN SHIRT I believe hardly has an equal fore W7 neatness and beauty of patttrn anticomfort of fit in Mariner j Linen and Silk The WALKOVER 8HOK for men is a i = new lino with us but it IS a good oneone ot the beet never Jti8cd lines produced in the United States The Manse j JIIockcr Bootee Shoe you all know I have sold them for 20IJJ yenta Old Honest Mike Boots and Shoes and LEVEL BEST Shoes are in all probability the Best Goods Manu ie mea9 y flame time quite flexible cushion insole EO constructed that they f s cannot stretch out of shape Orcnstcin tL Rice Neckwear is ft Sft l2 made of the Beet Silk closely woven to the beard from picking it The Celebrated HARRIS Suspender is in a class into itself and their 25c and 511c goods are eimply Out S roof Sight when compared with others In fact wo buy the a of Mens wear and ask you to examine us from time to ll 4time and see if these statements are not all true S ITormsi Cash hh HJMRoberts i Ii I Q tt 1ue1a eranilrlcft IIII t Good News Needs No Blare of Trumpetst It travels fast and sure It is like the oscillating pendulum SM f which swings one way and gathers momentum to swing as the other way You no doubt have heard the news fhis ad reaches you that there is to be a Big New heforeIsome respects not new in Stanford A new store people in all stations in life are to trade This store is for one class alone butfor all classes It is a store favored with affluence and people in the humbler wars hfo must all alike regard ns their shopping lieadquartend ItheIa store where single purchases amounting to 810 1520and will often be made but where purchases amounting to ifew cents are welcomed No matter what y our station in r be how largo or how small your purchases you and all others shall be given the same invitation to regard this store as t i your store ing headquarters where true economy can always be practiced We believe the purchase ofa paper IV of pins to be worthyof equally ns courteous treatment ns the l purchase ot a fine suit dress and we shall deem it a source of gratification and pleasure to meet on out new stamping grounds those whom we have served in the past so that they may make i a personal study of our methods and policy of conducting the details of our business the benefit of which must of necessity be- conductive to mutually strengthen confidence We willudd everything practical to give Stanford the best store she has ever had We believe our fifteen years experience will work to tho goodof our customers and ourselves r trwjJ i1 m SEVERANCE SON 1 COME And see this before you buy You get in this a slack or coke or trash burner It is an Airtight HotJBlast combined Too much can not be said for a Stove like this t Geo H Farris Co Stanford Ky k FHEINTRKIOH JOURNAL l nttred n the pat oftee at Stanford at laualUT t bLtrhetaura yrata3iritawTrr AT t PER YEAR CASH at kin aot sopsldaaOO will baeharfsd IIKNDXVILLE DIVISION w 1217am lWpm 2SOam M12J P m neeJ H BOONE I coesn Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Llrery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Dopot Street Also Dealers In I Coal Darl Traylor DEAL tl IS Whisk Brandy Wines Beer GlQars Etc 11Carpenter House STANFORD KY It attention Nothing but the bee Prompt Il Malr receiveto drink phone u telegraph orderS croapt attention li C RUPLEY Tne Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY G ods Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call lit JeD WCa I Fire and Tornado InsuranceI Represents The Home ot New company In the 943601869 Casey Garrard and Lin coin counties Phono 21 t Stanford Kentucky IW BMuiiony eoInsuranc SI81710635128urptu Insurant fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in th counties of Lincoln and Casey who may be Insurance against hire Llghtning sod Tornado ut the and best OldLine Com juntts represented and the low I eat sible rates are guaranteed lhone ts2 Stanfordw Kentucky THISSAPresidential Year andjyoumust t KEEP POSTEb The way to da thU Is to road the WEKKL eOOniERJOOUNAL Henry Watterson Editor Twelve pages Issued every Wed cedar S1 A YEAR Revenue Reform Social Reform Moral Re form The CourierJournal tune the best Alrranac published Send 36c for a copy by nail COURIERJOURNAL CO Louis tllle Ky IIr a special arrangement you f can get th- aINTERIOR JOURNAI 1 I and the WI5KKLY OOUREItjOURNA t both one year for only 1150- i 1 58- LeXInGTOn rD8ffiOflfftC 7 Is the only daily Democrats paper published in the i Blue Grass region Subscription Price S5 a Year It l esp alally dorotcJ to the Interests of CJtue Democratic party and gives all the news without fear or faror WS P Walton Editor fi Pror Lexington Ky I d W Wallace X Son Blacksmiths and Fancy Scrap Sheers West Main ftroe- tStanford Kentucky R A JONESDENTIST I Stanford Ky OftlCII over Higgins 4 McKlnnoyi Stor + Telephone N 1- THE Joseph Price Infirmary Is all the year for the treatment ofI surgical and chronic diseases and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Profes atonal bills Sue when services are rendered and must tM paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE 8 W 1ItnlU k BIM Pros JUNCTION CITY w KVI rintClass TnrnonU at Reasonable Bates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Bain Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my farm of 130 acre on the Liberty pike 2miles from HustonTtllo It Is all grass and the land Is fertile and In good shape ltthas on It good house of 7 rooms a tenant hone two barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address O W Rlfte Jr Ty rone O T or call on J P Ride Huston vllle K- yLUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky Alt persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do to see us We have a number of line Lincoln and adjoining county farms be to show anyone placeeIt In our Stable Stanford Ky J+ G+ t4cGLfY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And DoaleuIn HABHESS SADDLZBT SO Stanford Ky J L Beazley Coal Undertakers and- Embalmers AUODXAtaSII FarnltureMattlingsRagsfheywlll kinds of Stock a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY GEORGE I N GILLOCK ITpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST HustonYllle Ky elegantly P 0 Agency for first claso Laun dry Newa Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so licited If You Aro WellBrcd You will bo kind You will not use slang You will try to make others happy You will not bo shy orsolfconscious You will never Indulge In Ill natured goulD You will never forget tbo respect due to ago You will not swagger or boastof your achievements You will think of others before you think of youmoK You will not measure your civility by peoples blink accounts In conversation you will not be argumentative or contradictory You will be scrupulous in your re gard for the rights of others You will not forget engagements promises or obligations or any kind You will never make fun of the po cullarltlest Idiosyncrasies ot others You will not bore people bycocstant ly talking of yourself and your affairs You will not sulk or feel neglected If others receive more attention than you doYou will be as agreeable to your so clal Inferiors as to your equal and su periors You will never under any circum stances cause anottfcr pain If you can help It- You will not think that good inten lions compensate for rude or gruff mannersYou not have two sets of man ears one for company and one for home use You will never remind a cripple ol his deformity or probe the sore spots of a sensitive soul You will not remark while a guest that you do not like the food which has been served to you You will not gulp down your soup so audibly that you can be heard across the room nor sop up the sauce In your plate with bits of bread You will let a refined manner and su perior Intelligence show that you hue traveled Instead of constantly talking of the different countries you have vis itedYou will not attract attention by either your Ipud talk or laughter or show your egotism by trying to absorb conversation Success HOW HYOMEI HELPS THE HEALTH Kills The Germs OfGrip Catarrh And Colds Costs Noth ing if it Falls Says G L Penny Now that Ifyomci can be obtained In nearly every town and city in the coun try It is possible to buy from druggists a health glvingclimate to be carried In the purse or pocket By breathing it a few minutes four times a day you can soo cure grip coughs colds and even th worst and most chronic cases of catarrb Mr Penny having seen so many reo markablo cures made by the Hymnal treatment tbat he tells it with the pod tire agreement to return the money if it falls to cure A complete outfit costs but 111 and con this of the pocket inhaler medicine drop per and sufficient Uyomcl to last eerera weeks It effects a cure in the worst catarrhs troubles and if breathed at the com moncement of a cold or the grip check it quickly and prevent Extra bottles of Hymnal can be obtalnc for 5Oc When breathed through the the germ killingand health giving ply met goes to the most I mote cells of the throat and lung killing all the catarrhal germs soothing the iirltated mucous membrane and vitalizing the blood with ozoneAt season of the year every pne should have a Hyomei outfit to prevent and cure catarrhal troubles and ward oU attacks grip pneumonia and situilai germ diseases Now WhatDoesYou Think Of This Girls are of few days and full of mis chief whoever Is deceived thereby Is not wise When a girl chewetb her gum with great haste and atampctb her pretty foot do thou look out She com etb forth in the evening In low neck and short sleeves but In the morning she lleth In bed while her mother hue tleth When the sleigh bells tlnkleth she standetb by the window and yearn etb for a beau and when be cometh she doeth up his puree He wrappetb buffalo robes about her and buggetb her much and stayetb out beyond his time and the liveryman addeth four good dollars to his bill He goeth and slttetb by the Ore and ero be leavetb he poppetb the question and she jump nth at the chance and as the cock crow eth he taketb his departure and when bo rememberetb the smallness of his salary he klcketh himself Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy- The uniform success of this remedy has made it the most popular preparation In use for bowel complaints It Is every where recognized as the one remedy that can always be depended upon and that Is peasent to take For sale by W N Craig r George Patrick aged 84 is dead at WIlliamsburg Knew The Old White Horse al1waYIvoters explained at a recent cattle show how be did It An old farmer who had once driven him across the country came up to shako hands and was immediately recognized flAb said the governor bow dyou do Hows Jack Jack was the farmers son Ob hea well said the delight ed old man His Interest was still fur ther Increased when the governor said And how1 the old white horse When the old man had passed on a friend said to the governor Did you really remember that while horse No he said I saw white hairs on his coat and chanced It1 Found a Cure for Indigestion- I use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets for indigestion and God that they suit my case bettor than any dyspepsia remedy 1 have ever tried and I have used many different remedies I am nearly 61 years of age and have suffered a great deal from Indigestion 1 can cat almost anything I want to nowOeo W Em ory Hock Mills AU For sale by W N Oralg A Philadelphia photographer tells this as having actually happened A woman entered bis studio Are you thn photographer Yes madam Do you take childrens picture Yee certainly How much do you charge Three dollars a dozen Well said the woman sorrowful lye1Il hard to see you again Ive only got 11 a Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man enduring pains of accidental Cut Wound Drub es Burns Scalds Sore feet or stiff J ints But theres no need for it Ilucklcns Arnica Salve will kill the pile and cure the trouble Its the best Salve on earth for Tilts too 26c at Penny The cases ot Bill Garrott Ed nol land Frank Sherman and Frank Mae sic Negroes charged with complicity In the Pembroke murder have been postponed until next month Jesse W Sweeney raorall roes Livery Feed and Salo stablo Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to dale rigs at reasonable rales JACK SALE We will bold our Annual Jack Sale at Danville on THURSDAY MARCH 3 1WI I8end In your entries now The sale prom tat the largest ever held In Central Kentucky LORAN DanvllleKy ROYAL Baking Powder Makes the bread more healthful Safeguards the food against alum Alum taking powders are the greatest manors to health of the present day prnt SA tae 1M s CO klw V0 First National I Bank Of Stanford ICy Capital Stock 50000j ThU Institution was originally established as the Deposit tank of In 1SSI then reorganized as the National Rank of In 1865 and again roorgantaed Ithe Pint National Uatk of Stanford In 1892 having had practically an minter copied existence for 43 year It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact before promptly and well than ever In its lung and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited CAPITAL STOCK HflOOOO Directors J B Paxton J B Owsley 8 II Shanks W O Walker 0o W Carter I BaccrMors to The Farmers Rank R Trust Company and under same SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations wilt prove mutually boneSolal r yeM8t sett ol uolmproTeJ lilieS la Imcounty Ma 1H mile Iran tlebull Station on Iron tlvdoUln runic Will Mil 01 citbinft W- rrropertyla Uoeolneoonly No Haul firm 17 tm Salle from bUn ford llousot feurfwxl rooms kick peril Led I raod t real lrn aed other ImlWlDn IB rood Ir Cut la its BrUt wtll boccJi aorepoe- ultlnliooonaerIn fruit Irm ml IB nu llonibl at enmmUloeri sale si brgsln sod tan- bHNst twtrgilo Ct M to scbaul and tittrcb Pries 81 per sera Land iJJolnID Mid for f M sail JU ThUUaUncxn No 4 S6MT gwJliB l Tiro sis room dvaleg bun smoke Wbel pllce ID- crua I wateradOd butISlap In gout cued- don lrlcellooo No 4t8 eo root dwelllBf g od feUar aod II sen land bevsrtaUttwell and prlo Cheap rare lamlly No aanelne1llotllatorln loa ed In aunt oo dnpe Vine Creek a- tribtarvof the Nortb tort of Keatiwky titer Four Telrs of coal ihkkoM item 3- 3stkafzfaL lurrtavigiWto lh mout- haboteertk of A nlliasdUmrvnrJ whale thra milts f seal property The thor owlet of oat etc TlUspirftcl Will Ntl or oxchsii on soy Arm NoA nlro Iwo tUry right room turn dwelling lo SIn Ion ilulwobalK food rallir wllhroDcnUflwr coodcirdtn well la kitchen Drgro cabin on c which rllta for II ptr uionlh The dwelling rtetefurUrpermonth I11 property It In good repair and CJD U U u bl fr li100 No Tft FoarsrrMoflsnJ sale nk one story fix r0ka rain dw lllnzlB JlcKlnnj Kr water work In kllcb n sod fimllf tones iuod Urn sod all nKMary outbuUdlocs 11at well fcnrttl and In good repair louse alooa tort fM sod b- comperatlael new and w 1 onijr ut I7W for the whole property- No SOIIIISiS ore splendid blvrgrtu land la Uocoln eountr Two story 9 room iloo rMldenn 3 tenant houses barn room tor one ZiM haul ol stock sod all other DKTMiry oulbulMlop all In mod fll1r CloM lo school putofir railroad add In r d ntUhtorkood too acres In cultlfitloD ml In nut sod timber sic This It an deal eounlry home alallcoovebrreeoo plate alaW WU watered with It nsrer laiilDg prlnpsle Price iMMOablo No 87Nlccotlate 7 era land within Ji nillnol Stanford In rood repair fencing Kood STfrlattlot well aedgoolcellar flood Urn Will unokcbouM Ac Young orchard and Boa vine varJ Splendid to rat garden produce U supply the town Price SISUO io 3ro0cra or land ono tulle from Solllt Kyculln Tenflrldi Forty Serve In eulllta lion 40 acre In puturt balanc In llmter tJwrll Inx contains acTinroouii Lane bare and all nee caury kneeesodbulldlngsiuplenc- dldrpe14 Well watered Illot JJBW No UISO of land in Ford mootr Ku mile Irma drkaaaat li rllI bottom Is 8nt clarland and In jraaa This land la lot sale or No MAfarraOfMOacwa IB Lincoln county Three d dwellings a good birnsaad other out bolldlopeachhouse Urn tcbout the cenUr of 100 acre All on county road J tulle from church school and poat mce I well and well watered Ibis la a goal tobacco fine and would suit two or tere fimlllea that might want lo come from Ihe earn neighborhood Irtc reaaonabla dwelling of six room st door and all olDer outbuildings Also large blacbmllh- ahop00U0andbtds lull length nf tiAn and 10 fret wide will be sold at a very low 101IA fern of IK acre four rolls from Stan ford on best pike In the countywell watered feac 01 lCooc1 dwelling neCMvy outbuilding A iplendld blue graufirm sod only Winlnutwdrl from county seal Owner ot nee Urui adjoining tills has recently refused IU ner acre Von lblsstM750 No M Kitty urea near Pleasant Point Ky Fame house 5 room sad flare and other outbuildings Sacrrtln culUtallon real In tim bur Well Lered SOU yards from pcMlofficejcbool and church layeandMn good corn munlly PrlmfOM o1Ilouse and lot in Stlarorela roomhn porch In the rear good harden good neUhborbood clot to church and Uood lor mall fam ily 1riat50 No 3ul8IDellot In Stanford Houx eon sins Ore rooms Uood stabl anti acrea of land well fenced On of prettiest bulMli tf lota In town room enough In front for two other cottage or a 2 be built to the cottage and be- maieabeautiful home Will be sold cheap aa the owner must have money No nVel1lnl 01a and porch Ulry outbuildings andglen Also large two story storeroom 2Ji W tuna UIJllled counters shelves etc Wster In dwelling anti etoruoomL10cUtarnanti well on place Small lot beck of store Ono mile from HUnford Ilulldlnx in goo1 repair snd dwelling originally cost lluO anti store over 11200 Will sail both fur fJO or mil of Crab Orchard Ky Ilrlrk dwelling Brooms two tenant house two Urns tllla spring near dwelling Farm In high state ol cultivation IM era river bottom land good fencing troll etc Price flTW an sere No i1 Two story seven room frame dwelling veranda etc Oue story storeroom 20iCO two blscktmlth shop tenant house stable crib and were house Every building nw anti fvnclug lu the property Is lu IluitonrllleKyantiwewill sell It aa a whole or evil ashWell at each static snit cistern see rotary No 72A s ll the best business carefully selected stock of goods In Central Kentucky A trade in Lincoln grid adjoining counties We will sell tel for Oft and carriage and if you want to IlIla butlnu cannot find a nicer stock Utter place or Utter trad In this particular line outilaeof th ell lea Officers J BOOKER FJW II WEAKEN Bkpr DIrectorsk k V Reid Danville 8 T Harris Stanford I J B locker Stanford WI1 Walton Islington K I Tanner McKlnnoljM U Klinore Stanford 8 II Itaughman Stanford I 11111 Stanford IT Iloblnson Hubble IL Bancbtnan Stanford 11 I Tate Stanford I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK continuouslyfor ll Officers B n BHANKB President 1 r J B OW8LKY Cashier j W U BRIOIirAast Central Kelltuckytl Real Estate Exchange 1Stanford dototownWillnltasmall rivem118crenturofland NomTolorrrre separatelvNo athouseForprtceaadtieeetbesbovenemed atAndandteulceetuimost rNoWr1ouklldl1t0Nonew two dory S tuna far dwelling end old etberDWitwlWingwell wstertdtwovellspring etc This IsalealraW Iku 4r lInITwomallcttags i bIougblatyourprUwasov0rll moneyNacre near MTaynnVurg attoIDatboolaadoaNo MA farm of IN aarw IB Casey county Ky roopod teIoeboo PrlraonlrKiOO I No ltIO ere of land sear Crab chap Ni CuhUcrttef and III ruhe Ky IIIII t OrellardIb IUtts Is H8 tlrej AN Inglnrmdretvtlr anj Is a JnUab hon kiT fl an onehalf 1torystockof ablrcotlag tensnihoiue 1 barne etc llulldlng and rproprrtriraade111ng7romballand PieernonabieNotill Ky fIG acre la cultivation It In Umbermt otberoutbulldlngsrudropairt churchesschool I NlrabllarllllDtouitpurrhuer InStanford I lrIIreuoalblouibolldaInpIntrawbrrta IWmwliatpowlon R 1 Iwproovemebbswell tcbloCNo IIJTotlocbol fOod lot Sale Nor par I 110 r HDIJ I ot IlDd Del inaand term n PacetWNoweewater el- ryWillbWl fOlNo 7120 aria ot good II LtblIIburheocbool ad arcb J11le1l I frabl bOIriris rea u lU No7esoon frame 11111110 and one acre oland in KID Ky barn smoke k All tinnullogs and renting in house lrire 1100 peal repair No OTo acre of land two story front cot goodgarden elctthe u on naturalIs8gureoroutgbuildingsanll2lootcelltngeeterowith utili AllofJlrollrt fencinga In load It is pike in good neighborhood anti IurlbIIs rood stock or general urcboellae whichwill sell for cost IIIlearCbll a good Ibltnos stand and a good thaac for avuie one fouraaAlooad iock barnaad all nl7 taOleIor per era storeroomIronting C hie lord we log 2 nice cottages nicely papered and painted t rooms and raDd Urge bar on same lot used urallbedlruden VasntlotWJotnmgso reo fret property IIlnand is I dne chance some ODe to mat Ky 1 loprleror has tefuseti to rent money month DDI region tor sellibguntWIll4alhofbitwipeonly for farm In Lincoln county Noll 130acres aear Jumbo 200 ICrN uebloltvatlon ret In timber big dwellings onof them new two tobacco and lUll stork orchaN500yy LSauna WllIlell or ucbaegeat reasonable i