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IIIt Democracy Must Fight On Live Issues says Senator Mc Creary to reply to a question at M to what he tboulM of Mr Bryane declaration that the next national democratic platform must reaffln the Kama City ao Chicago platform Senator MoCrcary L said Itlf wo are to have any hope of sue cos In the coming presidential elect rUon the democratic party must take u I questions that confront us today and In addition we must bavo both conservatism sod harmooy I feel quit Y sure that tho democrats of my State who redeemed themselves In the to national election would much prefer this year to go Into tile Djbt on live It wee With a strong earnest sad cool lervailve candidate who will harmon tie the party and a platform covering the questions uppermost In the public today tbe democracy can redeem 1Itanlf In the nation Of all tho men mentioned to lead the party In tbo coming campaign It seems to mo that Senator Gorman of Maryland sari Judge Parker of Now York thefvor tariff reduction economy In the ad r ministration of the government and honesty among our public servants e Our Ulff to day li higher than any other on earth and the people will do raiod that It be reduced Since I entered Congress 10 years ago tho expenditures for carrrlng on this government have nearly trebled This le not ns II should be Tbo ex phase can bo reduced and the public service will not suffer Tbe complete elimination of corruption among ROY ernment officials by Investigation and 1 the punishment of the guilty should bo r the democratic promise Origin Of Tho Greenback Tbe man to whom Abraham Lincoln- t t ascribed this origin of greenbacks died In Chicago lo 1601 Uo was Col Ed- mundI Dick Taylor who was born In Virginia Oct 18 1802 He was a coui In of President Zachary Taylor Early In life bo removed to Springfield III where ho opened a general store and trading post Ho became acquainted with Abraham Lincoln For several years young Lincoln made hit home with Mr Taj lor and his family When I Mr Lincoln became president at a when American credit was low 1andsoldier wore demanding their pay soot for Mr Taylor as the man who t to use Mr Lincoln own words will know what it best to do When tbo t question war put to him Mr Taylor reo plied Issue treasury notes on tbe best bank paper bearing no Interest De 1 clare It a legal tender and pay tbe sol dler and1 all other creditor with thus money Thus was accomplished the greatest blowing the Republic could have had at that tlmo Congratulations Mr John II Cullom editor of the par land Text News bat written a letter of congratulations to the manufacturer of I Chamberlains Cough Remedy M follows Sixteen years ago when our tint child was a baby he was subject to croupy I spells and wo would be very uneasy about him We begin using Chamberlains Cough Remedy In 1887 and finding It luch a reliable remedy for cold and croup we have never been without It In the house since that time We hue five and have given It to all of them 1cblltlreo results One good feature of this remedy le that It le not disagreeable to take and our babies really like it Another la that It Ioat dangerous and there is no risk from giving an overdose I i congratulate you upon the success of your remedy For Bale by W N Craigp a Now tbero are plenty qf kind of whisky said Representative Ollle Jamcr of Kentucky but the people In our State contend that our Bourbon lathe best In the world Wo tell outsid ers all that does not pass our test Hepret Washington dispatch In Now York t World Wonderful Nervo Is displayed by many a man enduring I pains of accidental Cute Wounds Druls es Burns Scalds Sore feet or stilt joints But theres no need for it Bucklens Arnca Salve will kill tho pain and euro trouble Its the beat Salve on earth fJthe Piles too 25o at Pennys population of the fire depart meet of Normandy is 150000 lose than It waa 30 years ago and tho decrease le attributed to the excessive use of alco t hol L m Put a good name In one scale and L great riches In the other and the aver- agej man will hesitate a long time be L fore choosing I L I lANCASTER On court day R L Kllcln soil an aged mule for 1175 A R Doany bought ono pair of vamn for 1325 W AtnTrader sap mule arc andtho war Richard Ward and family will take up their residence in Cincinnati It It with sincere regret that tho people ol Mrpleading enterprise since hili coming to yearee ago an t loadingtat at dr clo They bavo an Interesting family of four buy and It is for the sake of them that Mr Ward leaves this place hoping to find bettor educational and business advantage At a meeting of tbe democratic coun ty committee held oo Monday Secreta ry M D Hughes offered a resolution which was adopted calling for another meeting on Fob J7b and requesting all candidate for county office to bo present and give their view In refer once to time of making nomination Several candidate were present and wero about equally divided on the qua lion of a late or early nomination Amass meeting of the democratic county committee will likely be bold on Feb 22nd with A view of taking Ibe opinion of the convention as to time of comma tion Mr J V Pitcher of Louisville I tbo guest of Mrs T W Reid Rev C M Reid of Mlddlesboro will visit hls mother next week Snerlle Elkin baa returned from Lebanon Ho will leave soon for Florida Miss Mary Harvey Wooldrldgo who I visiting In Lexington will return Saturday but will leave again on Feb 3 to visit her cousin Mrs Pitcher In LouUvlUc She will then co to St Louis to visit her choolmale Miss Ledbelter tben will return with her mother Mr 9 C Wooldrldgo to their home In Den ver Col Miss Nellie Pe too has re turned from a toveral days visit to her mother lo Lexington Lieut Wen Collier of Louisville II the guest of his titter Mr Joo Robinson Mr acd Mrs Wm Wberrht are spending the winter In Florida Col Wilbur Smith of Lexington attended the funeral of Col Dan It Collier Mr Geo Ferris and daughter Miss Louise are visiting Senator Geo T Farris at Frankfort Eld F M Tinder has returned from Somerset whore be has been holding a- very successful protracted meeting Tbe Christian Endeavor will entertain ILl member Saturday evening at tbo WO T U room M D Hughe has gone on a business trip to Frankfort and Louisville Harry Robinson of Danville visited his parents Sunday LAND K CROPS ETC I have for tale eight No I good 700 pound two yearold steers J S Pur cell Ml Vernon Ky Admiral Dewey by Blngen dam Nancy Hank sold for 91000 at tbo FaslgTipton New York horse tale Millionaire Haggle of Fayulte couci ty pays out over 120000 per month to bll hands on his Blmcndorf Stud Farm Tho board of supervisors of Marion county made a raise of over 1500000 Tbe three banks In Lebanon wero rate ed 8200000 Pair of good work mules an A 1 4 year old horse and a 3 year old mare for sale at a bargain If sold at once J M Reynolds Waynesburg Ky FOR SALE 300 bushels teed oats from Northern seed clean and super lor quality 100 bushels pure home grown bluo grass aced A W Carpoc tcr Came to my place Jan 10 a gray horae about seven years old fistula lo both shoulders Owner can get him by paying for keep and notice J W William Stanford Coffey Bros bought a mule from G W Robertson for f100 three from E Knight for 9335 They told ono to S G Banks for 9115 and ono to W R De honey for 9120 Adalr Now CLIUATIC CURES Tho Influence of climatic conditions in the cure of con sumption I very much overdrawn Tbe poor patient and tbe rich patient too can do much better at bomo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Synip Free expectora lion In the morning Is made certain by German Syrup so is a good nights rest and theabeonce of that weakening cough and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion duo to cough tog tho greatest danger and dread of tho consumptive can be prevented or stopped by taking German Syrup liberally and regularly Should you be ablo to go to a warmer clime you will find that of the thousands of consumptive there the few who are benefited and regain strength are those who use German Syrup Trial bottles 25q regular sie75c At all druggists Joseph GooJr aged 81 Is dead In Boyle NEWS NOTES The ClllTV a famous resort near Chattanooga was destroyed hydro All grades of refined nuitar have been reduced flvo cents a hundred pounds In an accident in the Stratton Inde pendence mine In Colorado 14 men wero Instantly killed Former Speaker of tbo Indiana House of Representatives Justus O Adams died suddenly at Indianapolis Threo men were killed and several others Injured In a collision between two Burlington trains near St Loul It le now believed that the murder of bliss Sarah Schaefer lu Bedford lens was the result of a case of mistaken Identity but no clew to the murderer has been found A handsome oil painting of former GOY Bradley has been received at the State Executive Department and will be hung either In that department o the room of the Kentucky Historical SocietyWhile Mrs Edward Smith of La Crosse WIs was chopping wood her daughter five year old placed a baby brother In a hot oven closed the door and baked the baby to death before the mother returned Eight of an alleged gang of counter feiters have been arrested by secret service olJIccre In Calloway county aod lodged In the Paducab Jail They are charged with pissing numerous 920 counterfeits of Mayfield bank notes Representatives of several steel com panic held a conference in New York for the purpose It le said of reviving the southern Iron pool It Is understood that a merger of several of the concerns represented was also discussed on Isaac of Portland Ore ad dressed the Kentucky Senate TTednes day on a proposition to appropriate 110000 for transporting the Kentucky exhibit at tho St Louis Fair at the close of that event to an exposition to hold at Portland IboThe coroner jury In the Iroquol Theatre lire ease In Chicago returned a verdict holding Mayor Harrison Man Igor DAVI Building Commissioner Williams Building Inspector Laugh lln Fire Marshal Muihan Fireman Sailors and two employed of the thea ire to the grand jury KINGSVILLE Our town U about to be incorporated at least theroe a movement being made In that direction I It la a new baby girl aod not a boy at we stated In our last that Mr and Mr Morris Walls are so rejoiced over Mr W L McCarty hat taken anoth er business trip In Tennessee Mr McCartv think of starting a canning factory In that State Eld W M Blakemoro a student of the Lexington Bible College will preach at the Christian church Sunday The church le at present without a pas tor Tbe remarks of tbo Gotben corres pondent anent Rev Livingston awake one a responsive chord in the heart of our people Ho hat held a number of revivals hero and together with tbe late Rev J L Alton of Louisville founded tho Klngivllle Christian church of which he was once pastor and greatly beloved as was Rev Allen C G Baker told hit house and lot on Main Street to Dan Hester for 9600 Tbo latter will occupy the above property and Sebastian Cbovoletlo and fam lIy will occupy Mr Hester property Mr Baker and family contemplate locating In Harriman Tcnn They will be very much missed hero both socially and commercially Mrs W L Mc Carty will bo Mrs Bakers successor In the millinery business Mrs Baker hat been very successful and we wish Mrs McCariy the same success Tennessee the volunteer state vol unteered some of the most astonishing facts given to the convention and we have only room for a wordor two She said Old Glory on the school house belfry became a veritable black flag to the liquor traffic In a little world eight miles In diameter Intuitively they knew each other for enemies to tbo death This Is all owing to their fourI mile law which forbids the sale ofI liquor within four miles of any school house and the stare and stripe can be seen Healing to the breeze from every school house Towns of a few Hundred to 5000 population can surrender their charter end Incorporate without liquorII to to day liquor in Tenneseo told In only a few of the larger towns and cities sod not half a dozen places In the state that could by law drive out the saloon havo failed to dOloTbe Issue FDomestic Troubles It Is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptures occasionally but these can be lest ened by having Dr Kings New Life Pills around Much trouble they save by their great work in Stomach and Liver troubles They not only relieve you but cure 25o at Pennys drug stores s MR S B LEVY Who nude nil arrtnirrmnt to leave Stanford but HI the last moment changed his mind and dpcldcd to remain In the ben on the map He Is opening no a utoclc of geode In the Owley Bulldluc In Opera House bloats DOINGS AT FRANKFORT FHANKTOKT Kv JAR 23rTho Legislature Is getting along rapidly lu the deposition of the more Important measure which havd arisen for consideration Tbu school book bill has pats ed the bill appropriating 975000 to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Is also ready fur ibo Governors lgnaiure The capitol appropriation bill has pass ed the House and bas been made a spe cial order In the Senate The Heflln bill providing an election on the amendment to the constitution requir log the educational qualification of vc tore and eliminating tbs suffrage of the Ignorant Negroes le sure to pau both flumes and tbe people will have an opportunity to demooelralo their desire on the question of Ignorant Negro suffrage S D Rltfdun Carl Day and I have been appointed as a committee to go to Washington City and extend a pereon al Invitation to Senator Gorman to ad dress the Legislature Tbe democrat- Ic member are warm for Gorman for president on the strength of his repu ttlion and are therefore anxious to see and bear him Tbe republicans are pretty solidly for Roosevelt In the House as well as In the Senate and vis UlcR republicans froth all portions of the State favor the president for ro nomination The regulars claim that the Hanna boom Is being Inaugurated by disappointed office seeker Alto probably some of the Negroes are tore because they have not received an In vitation to dine with him but If they will happen around the White House In campaign times they will doubtless be accorded the honor Tbe people of Frankfort lite the In habitants of good old Stanford aro hospitable In the true sense of the word and are generous to a fault Tbe spies did treatment accorded tbe members doubtless bad a great deal to do with the kindly feeling established favoring Frankfort as the permanent location of the capital The democrats are In absolute control of both Houses and are standing together like brothers of the same blood and some good democratic laws may ba looked for before the session is endedTbo bill extending the school term from five to six month passed the House 70 to 0 I Introduced a bill today for the relief ot the public school teachers of the State It provides that their salary shall be paid them while attending In stitutes and Is a meritorious measure I believe In every sense of the word and I trust will meet the approbation of the school warms of oldJLlncoln Hon R C Warreo of Stanford and Assessor M G Reynold of Waynes burg were visitors at tbo State Capi tol and attended the session of the House Col E H T ylorJr who repre tents the MercerErankllnAndereoo district In the Senate Inoue of the most royal entertatnera to be found any where In Kentucky He has spout thousands upon thousands of dollar In entertaining the members of the Genera Assembly for the peat eeyeral and having seen realized his ambition In tbe passage of a capitol appropriation ho Is now the happiest man In all Frankfort and rightly does be deserve to booIn leer be has spent the best years of his life toward that end He is a Prince among Princes a Chester field In all tbe word Implies and a pen llemau of the highest type He baa a beautiful home near the city and hardy an evening passes but what you see the members In bunches going to the Taylor home J M A George Jenkins aged 57 II dead in I the Cornlthvllle section of Mercer t sa L 0 orimlttistock of Clothing we evre brought to Danville and there are bigiti tmrtIfitt1tfi ssrar T o Danville KD ITHEGLOBE A cl i 4 E o m4 = 4 R How to Save FUEL Briefly buy a COLES NOT BLAST COAL STOVE It cuts tbe fnel bill in two because It burns the gas arising from burning coal Gas goes via the chimney In other stoves COLES HOT BLAST really makes 1300 sofI coal work like 1900 bard coal Come in and see that smokeless feed door Does away- with dust dirt and smoice In the house Our cuttlery has a great reputation In this neighborhood because while our price arc cheap the goods are not roast errs HigginsMKinney Sole Agents- STANFORD KENTUCKY s1uiNext summer when tho water worka water bad you will wish that you had had that gutter made new It will bo too when the summer drouth sets in II am for the HASELDEN PATENT the Best Neatest and Cheapest on the marketthey arc in several States in the Union with hundreds of them in Garrard county its home Call and examine the Cincinnati Bucket Pump Buckeye Force Pump Cent Iron Cistern Tops the best thing made for cisterns Handmade Tinware to order Estimates made on Rooting Guttering Pumping Furnace anti and Sheet Metal Work S HALDRIDOEDepot I s Be Sure To see our stationery We have just put in stock a new line ot Box Paper both in Note and Letter size Blue tinted and White Note Paper 25 cents Choice AssortmentOf Letter Paper in White Bluq tinted and Grey 25 and 50 cents Tablets in Note and Letter giro 10 15 and 25 cents Come now while our line Li new and complete so you can select just what you like Pennys Drug Store StanfordI Crix and Panic + GREAT GAMES t AT i W N CRAIG Pharmacist Successor to Craig A Mocker 1 i STANFORD KENTUCKY I- a1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I E c WALTON t THOMAS D NEWLAND SR l a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject j to KM action of the democratic patty GEO W DE BORD liacanalJate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to bt action of the democratic raY T JEFF HILL SR- I a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN li acandidate for sheriff of Lincoln county subject to 11M action of the democratic party DINK FARMER I lu candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES c HAYS W candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the flbccnttc party i WIHERRIN l candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the 1 enocratlc patty SAMUEL M OWENS mIacttiontofthedemocraduprycouny subject MEREDITH E PRUITT b a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln County subject to tb of the demo ease party MISS KATE BOGLE Is a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Lincoln county subject to action of the demo cratic party HON D L MOORE for Con s In the iubSJaceort Is ean e TUB editor of thus paper who knows t Mr U D Gregory well U sorry Indeed that the contest comomiee at Pr nn tort decided against his holding hit from Coving eeat as a Representative too Mr Gregory is a gentleman of r ability la a republican but not pant san sod we are lure be would have been ol much assistance In the work 1 yet to be done by tbe General Assem 1 bly IF the INTERIOR JOUKNAL had any iDflupoce with tbe powers tbat be It would use It to have Judge T Z Nor row eucoeed Ged D R Collier as pen aloe agent The floe old gentleman la I In every way Hued for tbe office and U highly deserving of the booor We hfipa Teddy will consider well Judge Morrnwa fitness before be gives tbe plum to another poil son deadly than prussalc acid The name given the wonderful drug Is cyoolde of cocadyl aod three grains ol U vaporized would kill a large church full of I people Tbe chemUts seem determined to contribute their full quota to tbe wonderful discoveries of tbe new centu ries IF there ever was a Legislature that should weigh well Us acts It Is the present one It Is overwhelmingly dem OGratlo and the democratic party will gain or Inio by tea doing Let the gen t tlemen who compose the honorable bode follow the good but old warning to think twice before they speak and count 10 when angry TUB New You Beraid balloter Tlawed 211 democrats In Congress on Mr Bryan vOlItion ID regard to tbe demucratlo policy One hundred and elxtytwo declared against him 42 were noncommittal and only seven were for r him Will tbe gentleman from Ne f braska take the blot Let us hope tbat ho will EDWARDS and Parker candidates for Conirre In tbe lltb district have bur led tbe hatchet In a few months Gum Shoe Hunter will come along and bury both of the- mPOLITICAL It Chris Mueller of Louisville Intro duced a bill to reduce prize fighting t item a felony to a misdemeanor Dr Godfrey Hunter will Insist that l bn be given a bearing before the ap ponimeot of a Pension Agent for Ken tuner is made Wm Carbon Black leader of the ml nuriiy In tne House will Ir all proba bility enter tbe race for Congress Into 11th district Uuv Beoknam has appointed Albert B Berry Judge of tbe Campbell circuit CHUrl to Buoceed John P Newman who died soon alter qualifying for the office i buries B Sunlvan Edward Mulca bv Joseph A C men and John Arnett are candidate fur the democratic nom ination for representative of Wood ford county Toe Invitation Inviting President RiHtcevelt to address tbe General As irnbly wee tabled In the House after f witch a telegram was read from Wit liam J Bryan accepting the Invitation to titKe part In tbo Goebel memorial services February 3 Toe joint committee on flab game and forestry has agreed upon tbe five bill offered In the two houses ameod1 log tbe game lawn and t office of game warden at a alary of v 11800 per annum to be paid from money collected for gun license i MnLa William Jennings Bryan discussed Moral Issues in a New York address and Incidentally stated that ho was not a candidate for any office The civil service commission In Its annual report urges legislation to proI vide annuity Insurance fur the purpose of retiring superannuated government eraploveRepresentative Williams of Missis sippi the democratic fli or leader declared In the House tbat the democrat- Ic party had sent tbe iron silver leant to tbe rear The first bill passed by the present Legislature to reach the Governor was that appropriating 175000 for Ken tuckys exhibit at tbe St Loull Worlds Pair Col Albert S Berry who wee appointed to succeed Judge Newman deceased as circuit judge of Newport has announces tbat he will give half 01I his salary to Judge Newmans wldoI A bill was Introduced In tbe House providing for a settlement between tbeI United States governmennt and tbeI States concerning public lands The State of Kentucky la Interested to tbe extent of 1143375739 There Is I860 234 duo Indiana and 81433557 to Ten ne eeWhen asked by tbe Associated Press correspondent for his opinion on Mr Bryans statement tbat no man who voted tbe PalmerBuckner ticket can be nominated by the democratic party ExPresident Cleveland smiled and said J have not a word to say on tbe matter except tbat Bryan has got the stage let him go It I guess thats defy inite enough The contest committee In tbe case of S R Hollen democrat against Rp resentatlve H D Gregory republican of Covlngton decided tbat Bollen had won by a majority of 31 votes In tbe re cent election in the Second legislative district of Covlngtoo Tbe ballots were counted and tbe two republican mem ber of tbe committee Messrs Black burn and Turner agreed with the dem ocrats upon all tbe disputed ballots ex cept one But when the count was over they drew up a minority report on the legation that tbe notice of contest had not been legally served end ca tbe plea that tbe contest committee bad no right to count the ballots HERE AND THERE Carl Coper a wealthy brewer of Chi cago committed suicide Athletic women of New York are to have a cub house to cost about 1250 000 Tbe seven breweries of Dayton 0 have been merged Into one organlza tine Michael OMara an Arizona miner fighting to save 83000 killed use bandit and repulsed two others Tom Tbarp of Breatbltt county a former friend of Curtis Jett was killed io a crap game In Wolf county W B Martin has been appointed to be postmaster at Indlanola Miss to succeed Minnie B Cox colored who It Is announced refused to accept re appointment Carrie Anderson Is the name of thn little heroine whoso courageous coo duct saved 50 lives In the Iroquois Theater fire She Is still In tbe hospi tal and her Identity has just become knownJudge Tuthlll ordered the release from custody of Mavor Barrlson of Chicago In connection with tbe tea ponsibility for the Iroquois Theatre lire Tbe court declared tbe Mayor was ID no way guilty or liable At a dance at tbe home of William Green In Clark county Charles Bent ley and John Sharp tell out over some trivial matter and Sharp shot Bentley through tbe bowels Indicting a fatal wound Sharp went for a doctor for the wounded man nod then surrender ed MIDDLEBURG Born to the wife of Luther W Lucas a girl At tbe sale of tbe property of Perry Wesley Saturday a cow and calf brought 830 a sow and pigs 813 75 Household and kitchen furniture sold well F M Sims sold to B K Swope a load of corn ID the crib at 8250 There are some 12 or 15 cases of measles In our towo and community John V Coffey of the Moreland sec tion was visiting his sister here Sun day 0 R Jones has returned from a business trip to Somerset Lexington and Georgetown D M Lippe the clever proprietor of the Bustonvllle Roller Mills passed through town Saturday with a box of clothing We suppose he has conclud ed to carry clothing ala side lice In In connection with his flour He was offering some good bargains to cloth Ing A Very Close Call I stuck to my engine although every joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain writes 0 W Bellamy a lo comotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak and pale without any appe the and all run down As I was about to give up I got a bottle of Electric Bltttrs and after taking It I felt as well es I ever did in my life Weak sickly rundown people always gain nsw life strength and vigor from their use Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by Peony Price 60 cents IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I John A Flirg is read at Qarrodf burn J seph K Hyp a w1 known attar ney Is dead at Jamestown aged SI Col R L Ewflll of London wants to succeed the late Gen D K Coller as pension agent Jobe Button a young farmer was shot and dan erou woundra bv a Negro at Lawrenceburg While crossing the railroad at London with a loaded woo Charles God sev was run down ad Mile i Quite a stir has been caused In Boyle by a schedule of tees adopted bv the Boyle County Medical Association at their last meeting The following area few Items taken from tbe schedule Visit In daytime In town 2 beyond city limits 81 each additional mile In concoction with another physician 810 additional consultation 85 office end telep it u ul atlon 81 in 85 vcol nation 12 Tbe peopv claim the rates are too high- Representative Hunter bas recom mended the appointment of postmaster In the following I1tb district fourth class towns Drury Wllkersoo Wind sor Casey county T J Goode Clem entavllle Casey county Ruin J WII hem Smilax Leslie county John England Shoal Leslie county John J O Napier Imlay Leslie count Wash ington S Mosely Asher Leslie coun ty MlM Llzze Seeley S Clay county Miss Dora Register Fllppln Monroe county Frank Warren Mills Knox county Mice Nnnoy J holey Bryant Store Knox county Stephen E Baker Floyd Ow ley county J D Axtier Asner Aualr county Rufus J Howard Picket Adalr county Eliza McSmllb Arnara e Union county A Prisoner in Her 0House Mrs W II Layba of 1001 AICOnl Ave Kansas ityHo has fur several years been troubled wltb severe hfarstnrs and at times a hard cough which she says Would keep me in doors fordiys I was prescribed for by physician with no noticeable results A tread gave me part of a bottle of Chamberlains ough Rem edy with instructions to clo ely lonow tbe directions and I wish tc state tht after the first day I could no ice a decided change for the better and at this lime after using it for two weeks have jio bes station la saying I rcante tha Iam en tiiely cured TLIs reined Is lor sale by WN Craig Seven of the Newritri crmrgrd with the murder of tbu uukoua wnue man near Pembroke were taken to Pt du cab from Bupuoviue luresfakrepog The OLDer two are In jtlL Madi on ville NOTICE I I will be In McKloney each Friday to BUY and PAY OA8II for All Kind of LUMBER A B AUSTIN Jesse W Sweeney PoP moit Livery Feed and Solo StAblo Lancaster Ky Horses well fed and cared for Up to date rIgs at reasonable rates JACK SALE We will hold our Annual Jack Bale at Danville on THURSDAY MARCH 3 1904 tend In your entries now The sale prom lies to bIo the largest ever held In Central Kentllcky FOX LOGAN Danvilla Ky A Small Farm For Sale S I will tell the farm of O T McRoberta deed In front of the court house door on county court day Feb 8 1001 It not sold privately before The farm contains about SO acres of land house and outbuildings tad Is situated 2X miles north of Stanford on Hawkins branch J 0 FRITH Agent for O T McUobertV Heirs I K BRUCE D D CARTER BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is f elicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pona In Connection E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford Sheriffs Sale For Taxes On Monday Feb 8th 1004 county court day I will between tho hours of 9 A M and 4 r M in front of tho courthouse door In Stan ford soil nt public outcry tho follow- Ing lists for UKXI taxes As fast as payments are mado tho names disap poor The amount sot opposite each name include 0 per cent penalty add od on Dee 1 1001 and cost of advertising 2- STANTORD WHITE Alcorn J II 38 acres 113 20 Dawes C L 25 acres 1 85- Hoguo John A Jr one aero 1 05 Hubbard W A lot C GO Lcasura Win 14 acres 2 80 Lack 100 aurcs 3 00 McCarloy Mrs K J 2 25 Martin T D Sr town lot 4 C- OOfferman John 121 acres 4 45 Rainey J II 60 acres 26 70 Scarbrough John CO acres 370 Stone David E 180 acres 4 75 Walls John O lot 4 85 STANTORD COLORED Bailey Thos 41 acres 5 40 Carr Harriett 14 acres 3 00 Carr Anderson 2 town lots 15 20 Coffey Peter town lot fi 05 Gill Green lot 410- Grlgsby Jim Henry 11 acres 3 75 Hayden Tim 1 i acres 5 GO Hays Will lot 4 15 Hays Fred 5 acres 3 80- Holm Ham L John 30 acres 3 00 Rigging Squire 1 aero 4 30 11111 Wyatt 1 nero 2 40 Jones Belle lot 3 65 Lackey Win lot 7 25 McMullcn Too Logan 21 acres 3 80 Penman Eliza lot 3 00 Rout Dick S H 30 acres 2 10 Rout Richard nero fi 20 Rout Sam H i acre 3 05 Smith Allen Jr 1 aero 4 10 Smith Bob 2 acres 4 GO Vinsen Frank 1J acres 4 10 Wade Annlo 25 acres 2 65 Woods Shelby 4 acres 3 00 CRAII ORORARDWIIITE- Anderson A J 8 acres 9 3 85- liartolls John 30 acres 3 00 Chappell Mrs Mattie 22 acres 3 00 Coleman Skelton 65 acres 4 85 Daugherty Dan 70 nerve 2 05 Daugherty W 451 acres 4 10 Dowell Sim 350 acres 7 65 Frasier R II 5 acres 4 25 Haggard Hrs 8 t acres 2 85 Johnson Mrs Mary 107 acres 4 00 Laswoll John 80 acres 4 GO Leach Wm 25 acres 4 10 Lewis O P 100 acres 5 15 Menzer Forugott 15 acres 3 00 Miller Wm 35 acres 410 Minks Wm 177 acres D 40 McFndden Marion 40 acres 7 GO Ranka Wm 22 acres 7 GO Scott Logan 3i acres 2 CO Smith Joseph L 18 acres 3 70 Stull Marlon 40 acres 4 00 Turnbull W C80 acres 9 10 Wardlow Wm 6 acres 2 30 Wlllkopp John 80 acres 6 25 Wren Stephen CO acres 4 1C CRAB ORCHARD COLORED Hardln Jill aero 415 Smith J U 2 acres 2 M tYNFSIIUROWiiITF- Aker J W 121 acres I 3 85 Ball heirs S5 acres 8 00 Bastin Saml 15 acres 6 1C Rastln James 24 acres2 tracts 5 C5 Bastin Goo W 25 acres 6 01 Bough lien 100 acres0203 13 00 Baugh H P 22 acres 4 05 Baugh Silas 22 acres 4 30 Benson James 4 acres 4 10 Brown S C 1C acres 0 10 Byrd Joseph CO acres 615 Byrd John 20 acres 3 75 Cash k McCormack lot 3 25 Chambers James B 12 acres C GO Coffman W D OIl acres 12 30 Cook W R 40 acres 8 45 Cravens Will ICO acres 3 CO Daily T W Co 19 acres 2 80 Daigh J H 122 acresbal 5 00 Detheridgo Movil 1C acre 4 1C Doolin S H 2 acres 4 15 Dye Wm D C3 acres 0 CO Folk Goo L110J acres 450 Faulkner E P 00 acres C 00 Floyd J B 1 nero 3 05 Florence J B Sr 01 acres 48 1 Gibson Wm B 15 acres 4 15 Gibson J Logan 10 acres 4 15 Goocb Wm 10 acres 4 40 Gooch John W Jr 71 acres 7 C5 Turns J S JC acres 3 00 lawson J W 05 acres bal C 6 Jaboz K 120 acres 9 05 Jacobs Hugh 42 acres 4 55 Johnson S M 35 acres 4 311 Kenrel Ed W 010 acres 7 15 Loach Wm 25 acres 4 40 Lemons Wesley 47 acres 5 C- 5Lochman John 25 acres 4 1C Martin and Owens 75 acres 4 C- OMcKce R C C7 acres 4 Oi- MoMulIen E114u acres 2 C5 Miller J F 18 acres 12 1 5 Moore David 10 acres 4 00 Moore J W 05 acres 4 CO Moore Claus 110 acres 4 40 Morgan Wm 102 acres 015 Pratt B W ICO acres 810 Pulllam 0 R 20 acres 4 10 Rector Thos 3n acres 4 20 Richards G A 40 acres 7 GO Rlloy Altha 218 acres 14 05 RobInson Wm 10 acres 4 00 lust Lawrence 165 acres 8 00 Shlflov August 120 acres 6 00 II IIIWo have decided to remain in Stanford and OJ have moved to the urge store room formerly oc cupied by Severance Son in the Opera House Block Our lines will bo enlarged and NEW GOODStare arriving daily past favors anti will be for the year of 1901 GRAND LEADER M B Lei y O Co S B LeyI 1 HeaterstGet our prices on Heattf= ers bfore you buy wy V t4 Lamps r I I Simms Hrs 02 acres 3 00 I Mrs Florence lot 4 C5 Sarah 70 acres 2 80 W II C8 acres 4 GO Smith Mrs 15 acres 2 25 Smith James HKI acres 0 40 Gottlelb CC acres 5 60 Stone Ned i acre 415 Stuckler Mary 72 acres C 00 Trlsler Maxwell CO acres 3 00 Geo B40 acres 4 45 Walls L H 1 acro oliO Waters Elizabeth GO acres 3 25 Wheeldcn Jail 1511 acres 7 GO White T N 75 acres 2110 a llliams Robt 8 acres 6 05 u inthrow J S 107 acres 3 65 a ood J H 125 acres 700 Yocum Ellis 14 acres 4 10 Young G M 75 acres 5 CO Young Eph 14 acres 4 60 Young A J 0 acres 6 Owsloy Sarah 65 acres 3 10 Aldrich A E 114 acres 35 17 Bastin Henry estate 5 acres 2 66 Brown Gaba L 6 acres 3 85 Brown Ellen 4 acres 2 25 Brown Mrs Salllo lot 2 65 Burton A lot 4 RQ Carter B C 12J acres 3 86 Coulter John lot 11 05 Devoro H D 72 acres 4 40 Florence ease 1 acre 6 60 Florence Im III acres J 85 Green River Valley Land Tel Co fl 50 I ackson W m lot 4 40 W m GO acres 3 Mrs Annlo B lot 20 10 McGowan Joo 62 acres 5 60 Few left very II1rl JOHN BRIGHT JR coi See That Your Ticket Reads Via The QacrRailroad Start in the New Year Right By Trading With W B McRoberts Singleton Singleton Singleton Margaret Stampley Upthegrovo 05- WAVNESBUIIGCOLORED HUSTONVJLmtWIUTE Kennedy U- OLockrldge DRUGGISTSTANFORD It IPope Mrs Nettle B 104 acres 8 05 Reynolds John lot 4 10 Reynolds Milton 2GO acres 6 2T Reynolds Bros 41 acres bal C 00 Russell Stovo 10 acres 4 70 Sheene W F lot 6 10 Trusty Mattlo 1 aero 2 20 iVanOeetVaught D lot 7 60 Wilkerson Samuel lot 3 85 JlUSTONYILLFCOLORED Anderson Minerva 7 acres 2 20 Bailey Tom 3 acres 3 75 Bright Pnttlo 8 acres 3 iS Carpenter Goo lire 40 acres 2 85 Carpenter Jake lire 1 aero 2 6i Cloyd Mariah 3 acres 2 60 J Cloyd John Lucas 1 acro 3 75 Collins Harriet 6 acres 16 Davis Ed lot fl 26 Doatheredgo Howard 2 acres 4 10 Fryo Battle 0 acres 3 40 Goode Wolf 1 aero 4 8i Rocker Fannie 1 aero 2 28 Hubble Dan lot 4 85 Jones Anderson 1 nero 3 85 Masterson Wilson 2 acres 3 80 McCormack Green 1 aero 3 86 McKlnnoy Campbell 5 acres 4 00 I Morton Juno 3 acres 2 66 Oliver Charlie 7 acres 4 40 Rlffe Henry G 6 acres 4 00 Ross Henry lot 4 86 Stcolo Chas 1 acre 4 60fVardcman AnnIe lot 2 66 Wade Dolphla 60 acres 4 00- Woatherford Klttlo lot 5 10 Woolridge Peter 1 aero 4 lf NLS BAUGHMAN Sheriff of Lincoln County T M INTERIOR JOURNAL I STANFORD KY =JAN 29 100 1 Wo with to call your intention to our White PlOD nod Tar far couch and colds ilavlDR sold ibis remedy for a number of tern wo do not hcsiuto to recommend U Ask ihooo who have tried II Peonys Drug Store In QllioB nur proscription wo use- ttorlghtmCdlcloeSlnthocxactpropcry tlooi and proper care not uu Dotter It yon paid ui double the price which IB always reasonable Pen cvi Drug Store PERSONALS kylaville yesterday W E VAKNON wont to Lou MISS POLLY DUANE TRAYLOIt le I I with Danvillefriends I Miss HELEN TIIUIIUONO went to I f Hrodhead Wcdnciday MRS MAOOIK J MAI TIN U with friends In Ml Vernon MISS RLJZAIIETII JONES has returned from a visit to friends In Louisville I MRS 0 CllANCKLLOR II with tier daughter Mrs M 1C Prulit at More lead MRS R P STXIIUKNS of Danville It with her daughter Mri E L Rein hartj NIBS ANNIE STEELE COOK accom pinled Mr J F Cook to Lexington yesterday totltJ W DOLANDono of Burnildei mat prominent business men was hero yerrday MIS8 STELLA McCLARY U at Flat Lick Instead of Bee Lick as our last piper stated MR AND MRS WAVERLY HAM IL t TON are up from Henderson vUltlog the old folks at home MR W U UANSTORD who now bn a law office at Dyden Leillo county was hero Tuesday with old friend MKSBRS OEO 0 BALL of Loul I tulle and O L Merrlu of Nashville were here with Manager Domer Wry + Mil A TIUHHLK bas been confined to his room for several days and It threatened with pneumonia Advo y doe MR ARTIIOR BARNETT returned Tuesday from Colton California where he bad been for tome time for bit f health Miss KATIIKRINC DACQIIUAN enter Ulnrd very charmingly Wednesday P u The new game panic was played I delightful lunch was served and every bwi Dad a good time MRS J B CLAONCII and little son are visiting her parents In Lincoln county Dr Ben O Allen and family have taken rooms at the Newtonian Hotel Somerset Journal A LITTLE ion bat arrived to bleu the union of Mr and Mrt EJ L Dud derar QU name It George Drcnnon Dudderar and be is said to be II hand tome at U bit mother who was Mlit Mary Alpha Traylor Mi 8 J W ALCORN has been notU nod of her appointment at delegate at lame from Kentucky to the convention to be neld by the Daughters of the Confederacy at the World at St Louis She bat also been placed on tbo transportation committee LOCALS READ the real estate column this to sue NEXT Tuelda U ground bog day Let ut bopo that be will not see hit t I shadow ALL accounts of Craig S Rocker must be paid at once W N Craig successor r ROUGH lumber of all kinds chest out oak and poplar shingles told by B I J McRoberlt FOR RENT Doute isix whbI all modern conveniences All necctia rr outbuildings JT Jones FOR SALE OR RENT A twottorv frame houto on Danville Avenue Ap ply to J B Bryan Stanford Ky luCALL at Peter du subs shop on Som oraet street and see tbo Aoromotor the lien wlndmlll made SometblnR new 1 Tux man who neglects hit friends cakes a bid to be forgotten The bull floss that doe not advertise make the same plea 4THE old year lonad the new 030 has come Carson sit Pence want what you owe them and take this meth i r so Informing you SUOT IN TUB LKO Oabe Elktn wat shot through the leg the other day bJI a Negro who was carelessly shooting ID the Traylor neighborhood Mr El kin It not seriously Injured but the wound le a very painful one e THE Danville doctors have fixed their rates to high that Little Britain people arc thinking of coming to Stanford when they lees n spoil of Ioknets coming on Verily only the rich can afford a physician in Danville THE caboose and one car of A freight train backed old of the Y at Moreland and went almost to King sit Coxs store A brakoman by tbo name of Wade was caught between the care In some way and had hit right leg broken In two places Be was taken to the hospital At Somerset OUR door ire open again sod wo welcome you In Higgins St MoKlnnoj WANTED 100 bushels nice Irish po tatoo will pay 80o per bushel S P Gray Stanford JACK ABUKR It again In Jailer Her rlnt care Ho was taken to Bell coup tv at a witness tome week ago but wall brought back Wednesday morning TlIK death afor tbo last two i year hat been unusually heavy but It It very light to far this year said Un dertaker J C McClary to us yesterday r THE Senate but cuuflrmod the nomination of John H Hankla for polL matter at Junction City Ho It the present Incumbent and is making a splendid oHlclal TilE DaughtereeootftheConfederacy wH give an Informal reception at the home of Mrs J S Owsley Jr from 2 to 41 M on March 1st ID honor of Mrs OeD Plckett who will lecture that evening MRS MARY J A1ILLEEihteho told to Mrt Robert E Lee Sims her lot of Hi acres fronting tin Dtnvlllo Ave for 11400 Nn Miller husband bought the lot In 1871 for 1010 It has never been imurorrd As Hugb Younir of Highland was coming to town Wednesday his horse became unmanageable and ran away breaking the wagon and spilling Mr Young and the contents of the wagon along the pike DAILEYotn E Fred Bailey died at May wood Wednesday and was burled yesterday afternoon after appropriate services by Eld J O Livingston She was ao excellent woman and her death Is a shock to the many who loved her TUB IronRange men who are working this section under Mans ger W B Dozier who has beadquar ters at the St Atapb Hotel are telling that popular range to a great many of our citizens They have already plac ed three carload 1 nr them 1 THE ttockoolders of ibe Crab Orch ard Fair k Racing Attoclailoo are re quoted to meet at the police court room In Crab Orchard on Tuesday Feb Orb at 1 oclock I M for the pur pose of electing new directors for this year R H Bronauirh president MR E L REINII ART of this place hat told to Otwald G Vlllard the mil llonalre editor of the New York Eve ning POll a building lot on Lexington Slrlletlo Danville fur tlOOO Mr VII lard will erect a handsome home on the lot but of course will oat occupy U himself WILL W HAYS bas told his home on the Huttonvllle plko to W R Doobam of Boyle and will give possession ID aI ew weeks Mr lays will move to town where he and Mr Deah ra will engage lo tome line of business We arc glad to have such citizen al Mr enham move Ui the county H C RUPLEY IeI agent for the Kahn Tailoring Co Ho kn wt exactly how 10 measure a man lo give hum a good Qt He does his own measuring and altering thereby giving him a decided advantage over others Al al orations are done In his own shop guaranteeing a perfect Qt BII spring samples are now In and be Invitee you to Inspect them A SPECIAL from Memphis to the Cincinnati Enquirer eye Howard amnltz the Vlcktburg pitcher has signed a Plitiburg contract and will report to the team at lot Spring for oleteatoo training Camniir has mal1ld the signed document to President Dreyfus II Mr Catnoliz who is a eon of Mr and Mrs R R C mnliz of luitonvlllo Is making ao enviable reputation as a twirler WILL STAY HEKB It will be good news to the patrons of the firm as well as tofrieodt of the gentlemen wbooom pose the firm to know that the Grand Loader will roman In Stanford Mr S B Levy one of the owoereI and the manager of the Stanford store has leased aod moved into the Iwtloy store room lo Ouera Home Block and now has one of ibe preiitettt stores In town Ho is getting In new good dally and hi tnck will oon beI all complete at can be found in Central Kentucky Road the Grand Leader ad oriUemont each IMUO and you will iroQt by It r 1 CROW Mr U Kuodrlclc Crow died in Atlanta of pneumonia at 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon Ho U survived by a wife and three cblldren Mr Crow was born and ruined In tbU c6uaty and was a brother of tleero O J T LI R H aod C L Crow He went to Atlanta many year ago and soon became one of that city miMt progressive and valuable citizen Be acquired quite a good share of lblll world goodand leaves his family In One circumstances Mr Crow was a gallant Confederate soldier an affable polished gentleman and all who had the good fortune 10- Iknow him will learn ot hie death with regret He bad for year dealt lo borI el and mules lo Atlanta aud stockmen aU over tbo country were hit warm friends The burial occurred In Atlanta eltordaI COLLARS Names trace chains back hood wagon harness etc al J C i McClaryt DONT buy a tam town property until you have soon what the Central t Kentucky Real Estate Exchange it TI tie Co has to lellIMR ALVERSON has offered a bill IballjcoollDue Don LOsTA small black water spaniel with long cUrly ear tall cutoff about half its length and hair long and soft left Mn Helen B Huffman home in Uuionvnie II few date BIN Information at to his whereabouts will be paid for by her The dogs name Is Frisco and In very smart A HINT TO TilE W18EWe have tent out a number of oUtleraunt lately and but few of those to whom wo have tent them have responded It takes time and money to write loiter and aI wo have not a great deal of either t0 spare we have adopted the following rule After two statement have been Ignored the account will be given Attorney L R Hughes to collect Wi dislike to do this but are compelled 10 take the step In order to got our bust ness In better shape Mr Hughes Is a floe collector red we promise the when our accounts go to his hands they will either bo collected or bo will know the reason wbv HUSTONVILLE John H RDUI U in Pulaikl buyln muleRev W W Bruce of Perryville will preach at Huttonvllle next Sunday morningJ Baughroan tolrl to Smith k Ferguson of Fmrence Ala 28 year unit mull at 185 O P Bobon told K tame parties 30 yearling sugar mule- at 1129 The kitchen shower at Mi Vh sieur the pretty home of Mr and Mm Walter Vaoandale Friday was well attended and the generous donations were highly appreciated All patrons of Geo Glllock our ton anal artist will be glad 10 know that bl family bas ala l moved here and that lo the future they will find him In his shop prepared to do their work attend to their laundry or furnish them Lnultvlllo and Cincinnati dally papers at well as magazine etc The tale of the personalty of J S Gnode deceased lat Saturday was well attended although the weather was bad Auctioneer Tnnndlnr spread himself and fairly demnoitrated the facl the he Is a pan master at hie profes sine Good price prevailed with very few exception and the bidding was brisk throughout Long distance phone oo Wednesday aooouoced the coming In of well No on the Beaver Creek o lease ID producer uretiure This corauaoy bat BO far been very fortunate In their work lo Wayne not having struck a duster In their nine well which it wtthouiprec ndaatln Wavon Abe Newton li lo Simertt looking after the Newtonian Hotel and his broth er Sylvester will return home with him for a short tav Mlt Pearl Plok enoo is visiting frlnodi here S M Owen field manager of the Beaver Oreak 011 sit Gas Co is la Wayne A R Jones has returned from Augusta Ka very much pleated with the Western country Mrs Mary Dodd gave an elegant din MaryDoddbirthday The splendid repast was greatly enjoyed by the 15 participants arooog whom there were representatives of four generations The old lady enjoys One health aod bids lair to reach the century mark Muse Marie Wil liam was at home a few day this week 90 the sick list M E Allen of Boyle passed through here Wednesday ou his way to Cumberland county 10 buy cat tie J W Hocker cackler of the Bus onvllle National Bank has Improved lufUolontly to take his place lo the bank again I MATRIMONIAL A brilliant toclal event was the marriage of MIll Annette Combs daughter f Minister Leslie Combj and Mr Herbert Sohlubach a wealthy Germap coffee planter at the American legation to Guatemala youollbuIDemarried Wedne day 10 Mies Alllo Ethel Battlo the pretty daugbtcr of Mr A U Bastlo of Crab Orchard The wedding was a quiet but pretty one decouple loft at once for Harriman The bride U one of the East Ends popular young women aod she will be greatly missed by her scores of friends I CHURCH MATTERS Eld J 0 Livingston will preach at Vbllea Soboolnouse Sunday morning ill oclock Rev Robert Butiabarger of Lexlng uodaNatiodalpreachatcollectlon Dr Bunter and Commissioner Yer kes hayo not agreed on a candidate tor Pension Agent for Kentucky Dr Hunter Is opposed to the appointment of MaJ A T Wood but speak highly of Judllo T Z Morrow The Joint Lfgiiulivr 0mailiH Inspected tbe Western Asylum for the Insane and was given a bacqoel at night by the clllzens of Hopklnivllle Judge J P Tarvlo of Covloeton was set upon by snug In Now York and was robbed of a considerable sum of money A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky 0aevr kcEob OwslqBnUdbg Students Take Notice At tho annual 4th of July entertainment to be given Monday JUly 4th 1904by Jones A Kella at Oak Groves there will be given to the student within school age delivering the best original 4tn of July oration two proroluDiii 110 In gold to the first and tilgold to the econ All wl hlng to enter this contest mast give notice before June 15 loot JONES k KELBAY Yosemite Ky NOTICE Notice is hereby given to the owner and holders of the 15000 Lincoln county 4 percent bond of series A tuned March 1 UGeIO year bond optional la lIe yean that tho Court will redeem laid icrle or bonds at tho Lincoln County National Dank asgJAR P BAILKT J L O O Nice Home For Sale I desire to ae11 privately tny home on the Hnitonvllle k Mlddlebnrg pike ZX mile IItom HuitonTllle The boute hat six room Is In good repair Good barn and oth outbuildings young orchard etc Lot contain ilx acres W II nADOKTT 4t Uoatonvllle Ky BOB QUIS 66749- A J 00- I will stand the above splendid Jersey bull at my place near water works at 150 lo advance Iltturn privileges permitted j B OAMENISOH htanford Ky Produce Wanted I We want your trade and will pay you the best market price for your Poultry Egg Feathers hides Iron urns Etc Call at- NORTUCOTT ft THOMAS BtanfordKy Portable Engine and Saw Mill For Sale will sell privately Rill aUo sell a 15 horse power engine and boiler All In good repair sell at a bargain to dOle up business Will take part pay In lumber IOWKU k SWCCMCY Stanford Ky The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SSTJQABS Proprltter Electric Lights In every room RefurnltheJ and under entire New Management obthe favorite porter meets aU trains Large WeHHehteJ Sample Room POSTED We whose name appear below strictly forbid hunting flihtng or any kind of tree on our places and will prosecute violator to the full extent of the law T A Rice Dr J Q Carpenter J M Carter Sr W E Amon George Holme JO Neal P W Carter Fred VonOruenlgtn J Nevln Carter Fred VonAllman Fred Hauman Albert VonOrunenlgan J 7 Bpoonamore T M Holme H F J n Camenlicb Peter Humor W U Johnson Un Mary Given David Stephens James M White and wife E V Canon U1 Hawkins Mrs Mary E Welch Commissioners Sale I U Lincoln Circuit Court Mattle Kamlikv etc Pltff vs Catherine Kamlniky etc Dft Pursuant to a judgment and order of sale made In tbo above suit at a special term ot said court held on Dec 211 11103 the undersigned commissioner will on the 8th day of February 1904 before the courthouse door In Ky tell at public outcry to tbe highest and best bidder tho following described real estate which Is situated In Lincoln county Ky on the water of Hack Creek bounded thus Beginning at a white oak thouce N S3 W 18 poles to S hickory thence N 39 W tO pole to a fallen white oak thence N 18 W 26 poles to two poplar thence N 55 W31 poles to a white oak N t W 3d polo to a white ak and dogwood thence N SI W 18 poles to a white oak and dogwood thence B 48S W 30 poles toll beech and sugar tree on tho bank of the creek thenco 8 42H E 58 pales to a beech and ash thence B 15 E 112 poles to a poplar stump thence B 40 E 65 poles to a two beeches thence S S7X W 27 poles to a hickory and beech thence N 5938 poles to a beech and ash on the bank of the Crab Orchard fork creek thence up the creek N 30 E 14 pole to n buckeye tree thence N IX E 12 pole to n small white oak thence N SO R S poles to a sassafras thence N 68 to a double hornbeam thenco N 15126 poles to a sweet gum thence N 3 E 10 poles to a red elm thence N73 W 24 pole to a black oak sapling thence N 45 W GO poles to the be glnlng containing 82 acre 102 poles of more or less Tbe object of tba Ie Is for the division of the of sale amongst the parties entitled thereto Term of Sale Credit ot 6 months bond withnpproved security required bearing 6 per cent Interest from day of sale until paid and payable to the commissioner lelu lR0 WARREN a L 0 O t Cleaning up sale Our February Prices Will Save You Big Money = WINTER GOODS MUST GO Mens Suits Overcoats GREATLY REDUCED Goats MUCH BELOW FORMER PRICES Boos SuIts DOWN SO PER CENT 100 Monarch Shirts COLORED STIFF BOSOM 69 Leather Boots- AT COST I Underwear Low onovh to For Wlntor tis s H Cummins McClaryI n It JJob Lots fttB aa ieI jmutate too fast Prices on our coats jjrf IJand suits reduced about per cent HiHigh top shoes and boots about thelV Isame A lot of mens stiff bosom col4ored shirts worth 100 to close at- M SOc all sizes A lot of mens fine IJf shoes worth from 150 to 350 butVji ttout of style to close at IOO a pairQ f 100 underwear at 75c 50c unders wear at 40c We want to clean up i and these prices ought to do it 8 Ia TermstV Cash awe and Rain CENTS buy next 20 HJIYTRoberts I CF7L 7is 1k7 f 1 iG STdSV m Good News dN Blare of Trumpets It travels fast and sure It is like the oscillating which swings one way and gathers momentum to pendulumI the other way You no doubt have heard the 1this ad reaches you that there is to be a Dig New Store yet L in some respects not new in Stanford A new store where people in all stations in life are to trade This store is not to bo for one class alone but for all classes It is a store which peG C favored with affluence and people in the humbler walks of IpIe must aU alike regard as their shopping hendquarwre It is where single purchases amounting to SlU tl20 and 830 often be made but where purchases amounting to but a J few cents arc welcomed No matter what your station in life may be how largo or how small your purchases you and all C I others shall bo given the same invitation to regard this store as t your store your shopping headquarters where true economy can always be practiced We believe the purchase ofa paper of to be worthyof equally as courteous treatment as the purchase ot a fine suit dress and we shall deem it a source of I gratification and pleasure to meet on out new stamping grounds c those whom we have served in the past so that they may make J a personal study of our methods and policy of conducting the details of our business tho benefit ot which must of necessity be conductive to mutually strengthen confidence We will add m everything practical to givo Stanford the best store she has ever had We believe our fifteen years experience will work to the good of our customers and ours- elvesSEVERANCEI SON1 E COME And see Bthis before you buy You get in this a slack or coke or trash burner It is an Airtight Hot Blast combined Too much can not be said for a Stove like this Geo H Farris Co Stanford Ky s J- I T r E JNTEROR JOURNAL uttered n the ol Stanbra as ZlWlIlkrI2t n1TntadTuo0 aemctSSdaw jI PER YEAR CASH becbtrgdC KNOXVILLE DIVISION 91 Tnln going North 104 pm 0ZC M2SO a Ho ii tin23 It SoolhNtYS3 J H BOONE I COa Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Sarrlce at Reasonable states 4Callon ui oa Depot Street Alto Dealer In QaJl Traylor OLLLIa 11 WHIskn Brandu Wines Beer Glflars Etc n Carpenter Close to DepotSTANFORD KY IIPromptnpollu attention Nothing butthebee phone cr telegraph orders receive H Ce RUPLEY Tie Merchant Tailor STANFORD KY I Gods Warranted Fit GuaranteedGive a Call II JDWCM Ffre and Tornado The Home of New York the largcat In the world Assets Surplus as regards policy holders Farm property In Casey Oarratt fcoln counties Phono 21 RI Mahony Insurance floent Insurance Represents 1871003512 ft4364869 Stanford Kentucky I insurance floent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in the counties o Lncoln and Casa who may be seeking in surance against biro Lightning and Tornado None but tho Itron est and best OldLine Com paoie represented and the lowest fusible rates are guaranteed Phone o2 Stanford Kentucky THIS IS Aas IPresldentlat Year and you must KEEP POSTED The way to dir hle Is to read the WEEKLY COUUIEBJOimXAL Henry Watterson Editor Twelve pages issued ererr Wed ocsdar fSI A YEAR Eayenue Reform Social neform Moral lie form The OourhrJourllat Issue the best Altranac published Send 35C for a copy by mall COUtUEttjOUBNAL CO Louts file Ky Of a special arrangement you can get th- eINTERIOR JOURNAL t and the WEEKLY COURiEU JOURNAL butte one year for only 1150 C15C- s LeXInGTOn I D Ire O11At the only daily Democratic paper published iu the Blue Grass region Subscription Price S5 a Year Itie4poctailydevoted to tbe interests of cJt o Democratic party andglTes all the news without fear or favor i W Pe Walton Editor 5 Pror Lexington Ky I tAtas l A d W Wallace X Son Blacksmiths and Fancy HorsoShoera West Main treat Stanford Kontucky R A JONESDENTIST Stanford Ky OQcA over mg IDs A McKlnnojs Store Telephone No 91 THE Joseph Price Infirmary li open all the year for the treatment of surgical and chronic dlsoa e and for con sultation Board and nursing shall be cash In advance weekly and monthly Protee ilonal bill due when services are rendered and must 1paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE BWBUaSBftSDNPrcn JUNCTION CITY w KY flrstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and nay For Sale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my farm of 130 acres on tho Liberty pike miles from Hustonvlllo It Is all and the land is fertile and In good shape It has on It a good house of rooms a tenant house two stock barns etc Convenient to churches and schools Address O W lUffe Jr Ty rone O T or call on J P Rife Huston Tllle K- yLUTES BOONE 8 CO Roal Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky persons wishingg beyor sell farm wlff do well to see us We a number of tine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for sale and will be pleased to show anyone what we have If you desire to sell Livery It In our hands Office at Boone Stable Stanford Ky J+ c MccLMY VtiTDE1Me AXEB EMBALMER And Doaloarln tIABNESS SADDLEBY 0 Stanford Ky J Le Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmors ALonlaLalsIl FnrnitarcMattingsRagsthey kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY GEORGE I N GILLOCK UpToD- ateTONSORIALARTIST HuatonTllle Ky elegantlyP O Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business so licited Why He Did Not Got On Ho had low ideas He did not daro to take chances He bad too many Irons ID tho Ore He was never a whole nail at anything Ho tried to Rive his relatives a cbanco Bo thought a good builoeai should run Itself Ho was afraid to burn tbe bridges behind him He did not appreciate the value of appearances His rude manners drove customers from his door Ho could not concentrate nil his pow ore on his task He did not know how to duplicate himself In others He let gruff Indifferent clerks drive away bio business He trusted Incompetent friends with responsible positions Hcloved his plpo and a story better than ho did his work He would not change fairly good methods for better ones He thought he knew all there was to know about hit business Ho did things over and over again because bo lacked system no tried to economize by cutting down his advertising appropriation Ho was a good honest man but he did not do business In a business way O S Marden in 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 ilyomel can bo obtained in nearly every town and city In the country it Is possible to buy from druggists a health giving climate to be carried in the purse or pocket By breathing U a few minutes four times a day you can soon cure grip coughs colds and even the worst and most chronic cases of catarrh Mr Penny having seen so many re markabo cures made by the Ilyomel treatment that he tells It with the poss live agreement to return the money if it fails to cure A complete outfit costs but II and con slits of tho pocket inhaler medicine drop per and sufficient Uyoracl to last several weeksIt a cure in the worst catarrhal troubles and rf breathed at the commencement of a cold or the grip will check it qolckly and prevent sickness Extra bottles of Ilyomei can be obtained for boo When breathed through the inhaler the germkilling and health giving Hyo mel goes to the most it moto cells of the throat and lung killing all the catarrhal germ soothing the irritated mucous membrane and vitalizing the blood with ozoneAt season of the year every one should hare a llyome outfit to prevent and euro catarrhal troubles and ward oil attacks of grip pneumonia and similar germ diseases Ways Of Failure We have all eeen Tbe lazy man who allows his faculties to rust doing aa little as possible allowing ambition energy and self respect to go up literally and figura tively In smoke The lazy woman who shirks her tasks whether as wife mother or wage earner and slips through life as easily as possible Tbe lazy young man who gets to tbe office late leaves early grumbles cor tlnually at the firm who employs him The lazy young woman who arranges her hair manicures her finger nails gonlps continually and takes but a languid and haughty Interest in the wants of tbe customers Tbe lazy person who dishonestly loP propriates praise or commendations be longing to another The young man man who talways spends bis money before he gets it The selQsh mortal who never consid ers any one but himself The business woman who Is such a fool as to be hurt when tho business men around her do not treat her to courtly airs and graces Tbe business man who ls such a fool as to flirt with the feminine underlings near him Philadelphia Telegraph Chamberlains Cello Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy- The uniform success of this remedy has made it the most popular preparation in ute for bowel complaints It is every where recognized as tho one remedy that can afvrays bo depended upon and that Ja peasont to take For sale by W N Craig Wbltaker Wright promoterdled suddenly In a consultation room of the Law Courts in London one hour after be bad been eeotcnced to penal servi tude for seven years for his connection with the London and Globo Financial Corporation It is suspected that Wright took poison but this will not be definitely known until an inquest is held When bilious try a dose of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and realiiO for once how quickly a firstclass up to date medicine will correct the dis order For sale by W N Craig Found a Cure for Indigestion- I use Chamberlains Stonmch and Liver Tablets for indigestion and find that they suit my case better than any dyspcpila remedy I bays ever tried and I have used m n different remedies I am nearly 51 years of sje and have suffered a great deal from Indigestion I can cat almost anything 1 want to nowOeo Wmory stock Mills AU For sate by W N Craig Yes It ls a pretty bonnet said the prospective purchaser but tho price sh iws that It Is not a real artistic crew tho It Is only ell 00 Pardon me madam suavely said tho milliner The price card has ctrelesslr been Inverted It should ba thus19911 Send It home to day ordered the customer Mr Wm S Crane of California Md suffered for years from rheumatism and lumbago Ifo was finally advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm whIch ho did and it effected a complete cure This liniment U for sate by W N Craig No 1917 REPORT OF THE CONDITION ar THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE AT HUSTONVIUE In the State of KtnlueVy at the close of biulcm Jan 22nd 190- 1RESOUZICES Loam and dlountl121 M Overdraft tccnreii and uni curtJ 3JU Jl US Bonds to secure clrtulitlen 1X400 00 Daolmc Iou lumltur sad Saturn JS 01 Due Iron National llinVi not Re aereAgeets 21111 IS Due Iron Slat naaILs aDd lUaVw 11 U 49 ASChtckitoFractionalMLawful9600Redemption5 per cent of circulation the 00 TOlal 22IA S tl- LIAUIUTICS 00SurplusUndivided profit less capsules and 2tNtlollalJIndividualTulM sift39511 HSTUCft1COUlltol U namednankIs true to the bet of my MUtJ27thdayof1P06CancelAUttoo ALTO ax nirtctoraT ffU REPORT OF TUB CONDITION or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK- AT STANFORD In the State of Kentucky at the loi buuacti Jan St 190- 1RRSOURCRS IU7MOrerJralts 00rrnnlamStocks Kuritiei etc 192ea 03 00OtherDu from National hank not x IIDueIIlotransltu71NoteiFractional paper currency nickels sad GLalulSpecie 110603 00 MRedemption 00DuTolalu 151181 LIABILITIES 00Surplui ipnies aad 43NationalDue to other national banks 2 SI MIndividualCertified checks 00 Total MUIIISI 15 STATE Of KENTUCKYnCounty namedOak bolIeldayofCorrect Attett J rf H T II III all J II IlAlUIIMAN Directors foIo 3132 DEPORT OF CONDITION OK TilE Lincoln County National Sank OFDTANFOKD KY At the close of IlulnrM Jan 22 RESOURCES Loans and IbllIolIMMMIIG92 00 Overdrafts secured and uniocured M I7SSI U S hoods to secure circulation 20000 Stocks SMurltlrs etc Banking hour furniture and natures 3100 00 Dug from NtJIonal Hank not Itewrr Agents 129IS M Due from Stile lank end Honker Due from approved reserve agents S7M7 53 Check and other nib Items 9214 22 Note of other National Ranks 30000 Knwtlonsl pger currency nlckles and cent 2- Lrul Money Ihwrve In Hank vis Sped U M7 00 tegal tender notes 400 00 16 00 Redemption Irons 8 Trear 3 irr cent circulation 230000 Total 48LIAUIUTIKSCapital stock paid laM 00 fund 492000 Undivided proUu leu ul8neund tn rspaldIM 4179 72 National llauk Notes OlltollOdlngM so 000 00 Due to other National 1710 Due to Sots flanks and llsnkers 218 73 IndldduIdrpolaaubjattu check 183837 Note and bills redlicounted Total f1lftftM STATK OF KENTUCKY County of Lincoln f as IJohn n Owiley cashier of the shore named flank do aolemnly swear that tbe aborn atatcment Is true to the Eat or my knowledge and belief J OW8LEV Cashier Subwrlbol gad scorn to before me this 27th day of Jan J J McROliEBTd N I L R- COSRECTAttest 511 SIIAMKI W o WALxaa J B Directors it First National BankStanford Kyt Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit tank of Stanford In 1651 then reorganized at the National Hank of Stanford ID 188S and again reorganized at IK First National Uailr of Stanford In 1811 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 eon It It better applied now with facilities for transact lui builneto promptly and well titan ever before In its long und honorable carver Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited J B Paxton I n II Shanks W O Walker Goo W Carter Successors to The Farmer Yank A Trust Company and under same Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial No wsG urn ol UoJ la Ire county Mo l 4 miles from Babble Klallon on Iron Mountain rust Wilt toll et eicbioj la prutierlv In tiinll fu m Stuns Smile Irons Stan roN HOUMOI urooJ rooms back path toil reraoda uI bus and otb la prrpilr In eulllritlon oat ten la front trees ml iloahtatn mmlMl rtulit bargain andr0 lot tald at bargain ClOM to tchool and ebureb lrlr f per am lAnd aJJolnteg eels for and U Thla lea bargsla Two ilx room et Whole place la gnu n la Icuodl tlon PilcIJWO No 11 aed Jl serve lend h verfalll llnd Irll Itaeint and oatbulkilnn In fair rendition Cheap rtsro dose to town Will colt imall family No t13 loci- e0 la Via Crt a trltiuUrrot tbt KtalMkr river ourTlrsof ol verylogtq thlcko ham I Sect to six feet litter MfljtWo to the mouth ol abort creek A within this miles of end 00111Dr oak etc Will sell or uehaogg en nay terms No 99 pls two story idaht room Irsrn has twohdle goodeUse es Toll property Is la good rtpilr sod ran be U u bt for HIOO J 01111 ON story It room frame dwtllloc In SleKlnoey Ky wets wotia In kttcbtn and rmll room loud tern and all Dar oulbolldlon liars well land and In louse alone tat cod uk 1760 for the whole property No UParm I7 acne splendid tluffim land la Lincoln omiaty To story 9 room tenant hours barn room for nor auo bud ol stock god all other neataary all In malr Close to church acbiMl pvitoffico deal country houtu all conTtnltnm oa plawi caln rte wtll watered with 11 ntttr faitlD prlnp etc Price roaaonstl No 7NIc eoltalo 7 sorts UoJ wlthlq IU consent StaIn roJ nlllir dodos toof wlattlBg well and gooJ cellar Hood bun Soilsmokehouse Le Youor orcltaN and aloe yard S leodid plan to rake garden prod uc to supply the town SIMt 90 acre of land on mile from Scmaratt lofty acres In culUra Lion 40 acre rattan balance In timber Dwell till contains ann room Larw Lam and all n e lIary outbulldtogs Kcnorsaad bulldlOEiln spun did repeat WtUwsUred lrla2500- No ICOacrxof lend Ford rouatr Rae elx mlkafrom railroad and mlln from Arkansas dyer Seventy atrraof land la river bottom and In jrwa TbU land Is tor sill or exchange NoIIIA farm onoo same In Lincoln county Three dwelling good barns sad out tho cenU of 10 acm on C mile from church scbnol and poatofflc Lars well and well watered This li a good tobacco lira and would suit two or thne famlllc that might want to come from the earn Price reasonable No Twoatorr fram dwelling of ilx rooms two hall Tiranda welt at door sod all omen btoeusrr outbuildings Also large blackulth shop GOdO and sheds fall length of shop and 10 No tA rum of acre four miles from Ulan ford on belt In the watered dwelling nnwirrII pleodld blue Ira rllat and ooly 20 minutes drlr from county seal Owner or one farm adjoining this bai recently refuted IU oer acre this at 11750 oulbulldlnn Sacrnln cultlTatlon real In tim her Well ltoroJ yarda from p tot9cachoo and church laya wellonpik and In good cons uiunlly 1rice1830- No lHouse sOd rot la SInrordhe ronmhal porch In the rear good garden hood rloM to churche and Kbool lor small fam ily Price IMO No JJOIH and lot In Stanford House con sins uterooiai Uood stable god I acre of land well fenced One of prettleet building lots In town room enough In front for two other cottages or e2 story front could be built to the cottage end be made a beautiful home Will be sold cheep u the owner mud bare more- No Dwelling of ilx room hall aol porch necceaaary outbuildings and garden Also large two itory tore room J3i6o feet lower room with counters shelves etc Water In storeroom also cistern and well on Small lot Will sell bath for 1830 or will rent or tell Iratoly No ISo230lcro linen j mile or Crab Orchard Ky llrick dwelling 8 rooms two tenant houses two barns ellDd spring near dwelling Farm In high ctaa ol cultivation 150 acres river bottom land good fencing fruit etc Price t37M an acre No 15 Two itory wren room frame dwelling veranda eto On story storeroom two blackiinlth ahops tenant house table crib and warehouse Every building new and fencing In Aneabipe Allot the property la In lluilonilllr Ky and we will sell aa a whole or sell sash place separately Well at each stable end cittern at bouse For addiesi the ore named are relarr No 72A iiilertdld slnck or goalor sole This Is the belt butlneaaSland and the nlcetl sot wet carefully selected stork of goods In Central KeD lucky A splendid trade In Lincoln sot adjoining counties We will sell this for cost and carriage cannot and a nicer stock better place or better In this parllcuUr lino ouUldeo the titles 1OffJolJr8J 8 J J Uhr W U WEAKEN f Reid DtnTllle S T llarrli Stanford J llocker Stanford W I Walton K I Tanner McKlnner D Elmore Stanford II Stanford T P Stanford JI Hoblnsoif Hubble I II Ilaucbtnan Stanford W P Tate Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK tCAPITAL 50000tDirectors Owaley- as contlnuouilyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT aolmprevrd Uocolncmnty- Mo Tttitpxrfirt dwtUlDslntiUotora atooernldence- S outbulljlnp outbuildings neighborhood drUlagnd aalswrooverll200 andefyouwant togoinbusinteeyou UcKOIlEUTB LeilDKton Ilaughman STOCK I- Iatcllalld neighborhood countywell Officers II IrrMI4e t 1 J B OWBLKY W II IIIIIOIIT Assl Cashiers Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company- Stanford Ky Cut7edx614wellrnredsOsemi NoUcno10II4dwellinglromokehouse 8esenroomde4linggroderllar MOerteleeaIanJUmWrInJ teuyoouotvK1robtinW rdliosllsurnred rocableonplieswhichconttfurIIfsrmonlhT- bedwelllogmntsfor o1oFouucoflool a- remperstirelyDewandweonly InuKyeutIDsevefSells verylow KyFrame llulldlogtIn Bk- prDirectors OubliJ 1 buildingseaehhousebarnetcabout No4arm rof III artsr 1fOuol 9bartbuIWlopT i ImNo f new twe nort a nom Inn dwelling and eeldwelling Ii lair eodiUeu eel other out landwettwotrh4tewe r IisuI 0 2tS mike Item Sunlord oneounty road M tern la euttlrallo wtn Twosmallrostagn sboughtlit and nut have money YOHDdllacltnducthIIIDolleudoacl ITldOlfOtf ItOulaI1Ill1ulloaebnrcbenschoolUrchardcheap IrbollklLllnr le e5 watreJ All tUWlegt and fne 1rIeIWhT by5St5hrssadthis section TttItnl haute as twn rooms Well house to by it alto an open well Late sock InAnselKarmofllltcrrt near Uodbecd Hit rnltttatlonwellproperty In Uncola county hellandrerndegoidrepair For dale or rent Pricesoason- ablesilKy60umralntulUnitooaM nrtimrt otheroulbutlchurcbteplkanJ toeeitpurrhuer laSUnlordPricereasonablellf5wlAln0flroolo1rth 20 acres lend 0II1bo114lop2Igstmwlerris Immollstprcloa lrlnilu I alortalalio pr LxcbabgeNoM iotimbbeir of land near WatnecburrKr 30 acre fnfutr condition onefuuth wllooPkiwiter3 by nrer filling Hprlnr In leKlnIIIterms ailo1l Iend VIIIn tbll pIce 00 UI jotortoUrldedohoolend1r1 rraaonabla N 4SrooDi houseAcePrlce etoa No jOTen acre of land twodory front rotseven rooull hall etc le new a lendnggoalIO well en pre there Is also a goof mill ont wi nturalIs eagurofsix No room In 511ddlbur 101 pladI4 d11Il111 ICbulldlapcrveied with nitlal All ofproperty sled fencingamrngood repair It laIn good and worth agoodetoek or general merchandise welch thlIwill Sin coat sad carriage his II a goal nee and a goal chance for souse No BOA laOI of acre tour roans stock bun and all bulldiogs bearing well oueIfield 00 urn In cu Untlon cot In ieee than half mile from tun pit place for only 130 per acre veepronUatIrtreeet furnishedargeebarnonnamelotuseedulivery this reel front b 200reot deep All of property IIID Londonand lea Sne chance some Icy one to lbprletor has refused to rent make money month ealOn ror accountoflllhestthofhiwlfeonly for farm In Lncoln county No tM qrlaroblacksniithshop yanis from p o school Ilace On county road end neighborhood Will sell or and la good ancblIgoSgures relOnble 4 v