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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXI STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 219048 AM 1 NO 96 1 Dandidacy of Judge M C Saufley for Appellate I Judge of Fifth District The following Interview of Judge M C Saufley of Stanford Ky is taken from the Lexington Democrat of Jan 28th STANFOIHJ KY Jan srho nt tendon of tho people of tho Fifth Ap pellate district being now sharply drawn to tho election next November of n successor to Judge Uurnam of tho Appellate bench eomo interest If naturally enough is expected as to tho candidates who will couipeto for the honqr and emoluments of tho place which all confess ho has right worthi ly fitted Two candidates havo al Iir ad1 announcOO and It Is no secret that Judge Snufloy of Stanford will A 111 presented by tho democracy of Q ib Ityh circuit court district of which iwn for two terms an accop aulo- tfdge Vlth u view of ascertaining dofl iiUolythia own purpose your corres ppntlcnt today called at his otllco and frequentahU probable candidacy for Appellate Judge inquired if ho was willing to- say whether ho would or would not bo of jandldaUJ Ho replied that ho waanot a oandl data for the judgshlp but that ho was H dandldftto for tho democratic nomi nation for the oHlce The Frankfort correspondent of tho Courier Journal In a recent letter to that paper says t that the legislature will likely out off tho counties pf Ow loy Clay Jackson und Knox to mako tho district more surely democratic What harD yOu to say to that Will you still bo a can s didate U that Is donot asked Ute reporter f uYN I am aoandWato in anyevont hut I eqa uo reason nor any polltcal Mowulty for sueh n chang Last year thte district gao Oovemur Heck ham newly 6000 majority The dom oorat who wnnta greater odds than this would seem to have small faith In tho virtue of democratic doctrbu It blrtio that tho dlitrlot elected Judge Darnatn In 18IMI but ovary ono knows UTat too Stato went for MoKlnloy that year become of factional dbagrvo Hwnta on the Money question For till same reason Guy Bradley rnrrled the Stato In 1895 Jefferson county tonstltuteaono appellate Ills trlut Tho tame year Judge Duitollo Ulop defeated Judge Tony IDom for appellate judge Gbv Bradley Pies Idont MaKJnley and Mr Yerkos each earned the city of Louisville by largo majorities Tho Lou In 1110 district ftvontuatly resumed Its normal politi cal status as did the fifth appellate district yet 1 bear no talk of roorga nixing tho Loulsvlllo district although It went further and moro frequently wrong than the fifth My opinion It PREACHERSVILLE F F Blankooihlp bas an old Span lib cola abut the size of a dime U re arables silver and was coined In 1781 Thomas Luniford Hod Faulkner Ken nedy went to WllllsmiburR to eater school Evan Foley Is up la the moon taiga trading A large white oalc was foiled last week oo Wm Elmorei farm which was 350 years old It was 231 years old 1wor tban the Untied States Some cattle changed hands hero Sat urday at 3c Wm Llllard of Dan villa bought 25 good cattle from a drover of Rockcaetlo at that price The slcte have all improved since our last report J L Kennedy bad a bad spell with his heart butte better now John B Anderson is having a tough time with grip Rev Jordans little son Is voiffslok Tho Maso a are repairing their building and Improving the Interior with a lavtib hand by painting paper log find carpeting Clover Jolla Cook who Is a skillful workman has the job in charge Wo believe that wbon It Is finished the Masons will have as pretty a lod e room as we have over seen This lodge was founded to tbo tOt we are told Perfect Confidence there used to ba a feeling ol un IWhrro and worry in tbo household showed symptoms of croup now perfedt confidence This is 1owlug to the uniform success of Cham Urlalna Cough Remedy in the treatment of that diseato Mrs M I Hiwford of Poolesvlllo Md In speaking of her ex perlenco in the use of that remedy says I have a world of confidence in Cham- berlainst Cough Remedy for I have used it with petfect success My child Oar land is sublect to severe attacks of croup sad it always gives him prompt rellefl For sale by W N Craig Judge T card police judge 01I Surgla Is desd t it 1 that any democrat who Is nominated can carry this district Besides I think it Is time to quit bandying tho mountain democracy back und forth as tho legislature had heretofore done It has boon shuUlccockml from ono district to another until It In impossi bin to tell whet district some counties are in without examining tho decisions of tho court of appeals pronouncing unconstitutional and void some of tho legislative gerrymanders The mountain democrats are as a body tho best tho truest tho most courageous In tho atato Without hope of local political preferment and with the consolations of lucrative otllccholdlng most distant thaw have steadily and unflinchingly maintained their party organization thus proving1 that thoy are democrats from principle and not partisans for revenue rropolloatocourse toward a weaker section simply because Ithas tho power to do so It should to maintain Its consistency withdraw its Invitation to Gorman to address it and endorse nOO Colt In tho robbery of tho Rtak republic of Columbia But If It bo tho real purpose of this democratic legislature under tho thin disguise of political exigency to make a district only to give ono democrat a better ohancv for a party nomination than some other democrat of equal party fidelity then I would suggest that it go over body and breeches to Hoosovolt who sincerely but insanely believes that It hi ono of the true func tions of government to use its power In behalf of one classHo tho disadvan togo of another or an Col Elkin In hmnel but striking phrase expressed It pulling the dirt from ono mans cabbage patch to hlllup another mans tutors I am opposed to political skuldudg cry at anytime or for any purpose Ioa nut polities ought to bo relegated to tho crap shouter Tho judge KUW a little fervid In speaking of tho mountain people but if any one should account it a fault needing tutonuatlon it should be ro mcmbored that ho was born and roared as far back In tho mountains ax tho furthest and that his heart still 4111011IIt is a conservative statement that tho democracy of this part of tho stato are not unwilling to risk him as their champion on the hustings tier are tho people of hy politics afraid to trust him as an officer on the bench E C W MIDDLE BURG Mrs Wm Thomas Is Improving W T Coulter has been delivering a a fine lot of ties aj McKlnney Miss Mina Svropo has been confined with measles at the boms of her slater Mrs Lucy Dye She Is Improving now The school at this placo1 progress log nicely Mon of tbo pupils who hays been confined with measles are beginning to stiraround again D C Alton was in town Friday look log after his business affairs Wm E and F B Lucas wero out hunting Fri day and bagged 10 rabbits and ooo squirrel It Is rumored that Henry McAnlooh Is preparing to establish a steam laun dry hero An enterprise of this kind would boa boom to otlr quiet little town and something on which our citizens would look with pride Mrs Martha Weeloy of Danville has boon visiting her father H H Mo Anlnob Mack D Jones of the Indian Creek section was In town a few days since Gco Lucas of the McCann dis met Is boardlog with Mack Coulter He will bo there some time and will bo glad to talk with ooyone desiring information in his line of business James Fletcher sold to David Elliott a saddle maro for 101 Pipes Bros of Huitonvllle bought a horse from Lien ry MoAnloeh for 190 Frank L Jones has some two and threeyearold mules for tale Burton Bro of Garrard passed through Friday with 12 mules bought In Cumberland Russell and Ca sey counties at i9O to 4150 In the lot was a pair of 151 bad sixyearold mare mules for which they paid 1200 H H McAntnch refused 1100 for his trotting mare What Are They CHsroborUlns Stomach and Liver Tab lets A new for stomach trou bles bUlouSBCs sad constipation and a good ooo Price 25 cents For sale by WNCraig f NEWS NOTES Capt Baojimln Cave Milan aged 82 a Mexican war veteran le dead at FrankfortFlro Tonawanda N Y destroyed property In the lumber district valued at 250000 In a wreck near Wllllamstown En gloeor Bradley of the Q tc C had a hand cutoff- August Orttan a Chicago miser 1500awedTwo persons were killed and several Other Injurto by a paturai gas explo lion la a Plttiburg suburb Eugeqe P Moore a well known Lou Isville lawyer Is dead Ho was n Classmate of Cbauncey M Depew By defeating Sutton four points out of 600 at billiards Vleoaux of Paris retains luo worlds championship Tbo report thatJ Plorpont Morgan will retire from active business and live In England Is again In circulation Frank Dawson of Paris Mo coo vtcted of murdering a young woman has been sentenced to bang March 17 One passenger was killed and 13 persona were Injured by the derailment of a fast Missouri PaclQo train ab Miller KanN 0 Taylor brother of oxGov Robert L Taylsad All Taylor of Tennessee died at the family home In Johnson City Five men were killed Ua colliery at at Mabony City Pa by the explosion of powder lo a steel cage In which they were being hoisted Four moo were crushed to death by the breaking of a pilot weight In a mine of the Briar Qlll Coal Company at Brownsville Pi One hundred and fifty bodies have been recovered from the Harwlck mine at Cbeswlck Pa Tbo remainder are burled In the derbls Jack Keefd a motorman oo the Lex ington and Paris electric car line was suddenly stricken deaf and dumb and no cause can be assigned for it Toe United Mine Workers of Amer- Ica have voted 5000 for the Immediate relief of the victims of the Oarwlck mine exploilonln Pennsylvania At Kansas City Mrs Lulu Prince Kennedy Kramer was acquitted of the charge of killing her husband At a former trial she was given 10 years Clerk Fred Hegoer was knocked down by two men and 12000 worth of watches and jewelry taken from the store of Harry Doepke at Cincinnati Arrangements are said to have been completed for the construction of the Interurban electric line between Lexington and Frankfort by way of Ver sailles Fred Arnold a burglar who shot and killed a woman has been quad guilty and sentenced to death at Denver His two companions Ire also under death was an unprecedented edvacce In cotton on the New York Exchange Saturday At Now Orleans many fu lure wont to 17 cents and July rose to 1710 cents Fire at Madlaoprllle destroyed the East Side Botel the offices of the Reloecko Coal Mining Company and badly damaged the Cumberland Pres byterlan church A B Baxter Co a brokerage firm of New York with offices In more than 100 cities of the United States mado as assignment The firm Is said to have lost heavily in cotton A heavy snow Is reported throughout Northern Georgia Alabama and Mississippi Such weather has not been experienced within the last 25 years In that section of the country Grant O Glllett who owes a million and a halt to wes ork creditor has ad vanced money to pay the expenses of a commute to Mexico to Inspect his mines out of which be hopes to pay debtsWilliam A Clark Jr son ot Sena tor Clark of Montana summoned from Albuquerque N M to New York on account of his wifes Illness received news of her death shortly after leaving Kansas City Sewed In a cotton belt about her waist 83000 In currency and negotiable papers were found when Mrr Maria Uitts of Independence Kan was received at the city hospital In Louis ville Papers showing that she was possessed of property valued at from 920000 to 800000 were also found Mrs Ultts was found suffering from pheu moats and died Nothing Equals Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dr P B Spears of Plnchard Ala hss quailtiesDiarrhoea Remedy and uses it in his own family and in his practice Ho S8J8lilt beats any preparation I havo ever seen for all bowel complaints I do not think of recommending any other sad also use remedyIs DOINGS AT FRANKFORT An effort U being made to secure a pardon fur Johnson Batfield who Is serving life sentence In the peahen tiary for tbe part he played In tbe noted HaifietdMcCoy feud In Plko couuty some years ago Ten people wore killed during the feud and woof tbe feudist are serving In the State prison tbe other being Bill Tom Bat field cousin to Johnson The writer talked several hours with the repre tentative of Plko county relative to tbe taUtory of this bloody and atrocious feud He tare tbe nat eldMcCoy feud was precipitated by disagreement among members of tbe two factions over the ownership of an ordinary rat zor back mountain bog If what is told U true Johnson Hatfield ought to be pardoned and the people ought to give him a banquet When be was about 16 years of lirebe Is a young man now be was panlng through the McCoy neighborhood with his uncle who was despised by that faction on account of his having arrested several member of tbe family while serving Plko coun ty In an official capacity enmity hav- Ing long before existed on account of the hog trouble and before they were aware of the situation and while entirely unarmed two or three of tbe McCoys dashed from ambush and fired a shot at tbe elder Hatfleld which pierced his side aod temporarily paral yzed his body Balelving that he would be killed he exclaimed in an gulib If you are going to kill me give me a drink of water Well give you a dose of lead replied the McCoy and thereupon one of the men fired a shot through the mans head emptying bis brains on the ground Tbe McCoy wbo fired the gun thrust his finger into the opening In the dying mans held and tilted of hit blood and walked away All this was done In tbo presence of Johnson Hatfield and then and there he promised him self revenge by killing as many McCoy at he could and be was getting In his work pretty successfully when his arrest occured followed by conviction and Imprisonment J M A MATRIMONIAL Elijah Helton aged 22 sod Miss Ma ry Brook sweet 10 were married Fri dayJ A Barkley of Mercer and Miss Mary Leo Bowman of Junction City wore married In Danville ran week MUa Sarah Madden an actress has brought suit against Peter Duryea In New York for 850000 for alleged breach of promise to marry In a double wedding at the Catholic church at Lebanon J D Thomas and Mist Nora Mattlngly and E A Luck ett and Miss Gertrude Mattlogly were married Tbo brides are sisters George Ely a clover and industrious young man and Mill Jennie Gooch tho pretty daughter of Mr and Mrs J B Goocb wero married Thursday night at the home of tbe bride The bride Is an excellent young woman and Mr Ely has won a jewel of a wife in her We congratulate him MUUOMJUKES POOR STOMACH The worn out stomach of the overfed mil llonairo is often raded in the public prints as a horrible example of the evils attendant on tbo possession of great wealth BUt millionaires arc not the only ones who are afflicted with bad stomach The proportion U far greater among tho toilers Dyspepsia and Indigestion are rampant among those people and they suffer far worse tortures than the millionaires unless they avail them selves of a standard medicine like ireens August Flower which has been a favorite household remedy for all stomach troub les for over 35 years August Flower rouses the torpid liver thus creating ap petite and insuring perfect digestion It tones and vitalizes the entire system and makes life worth living no matter what your station Trial bottles 25c regular size 75c At all druggists Brer Williams dl you ever sell n vote No sub but I has foun many a dol lar wbar do wise candates lost ii- Atlanta Constitution I Another Case of Rheumatism Cured by Chamberlains Pain Balm The efUcacy of Chamberlains Pain Balm In the relief of rheumatism le being demonstrated daily Parker Triplett of Grigsby Va says that Chamberlains Pain Balm gavo him permanent relief from rheumatism in the back when every thing else failed and he would not be without it For sale by W N Craig Fourteen bead of very high class harness horses belonging to A DeCer na were shipped to New York The 11 head represented an outlay of 815CCO Lexington Democrat t Wm Barawell Is dead at Mlddleibo ro asithe r ultofa wreck between the LN sad Southern r SLOfor your choice of any Winter Suit orjp Overcoat in the house g We are offering the remnants of the best stock of Clothing we evreg brought to Danville and there are bigg bargains for those that come at once This price isashnone of these w good charged Ps D ffllLLBB Danville KB THE GLOBE t h R jI c I How to Save FUELBrieflybuy COLES HOT BLAST COAL STOVE It cats the fuel bill in two because it burns tho gas arising from burning coal Gsa goes via the chimney In other stoves COLES HOT BLAST really makes 1300 soft coal work like 1900 herd coal Come in and see that smokeless feed door Does away with dust dirt and smote in the house Our colliery has a great reputation in this neighborhood because while our prices arc cheap the goods are not aerss Higgins MKinne y Sole Agents- STANFORD KENTUCKY SaU1Next simmer when he water works water bad you will wish that you had had that y gutter made new Its will be tooIwhen the summer drouth sets in Ij am fort the HASELDEN PATENT the Best Neatest and Cheapest on tho market they 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 Cast Iron Cistern Tops tho best thing made for cisterns Handmade Tinware to Qrdcr Estimates made on Rooting Guttering Puimping Ftlrriace and duel Sheet Metal Work It S H ALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky White Pine and forrHas been on sale at PENNYS DRUG STORE for several yearendeach year the demand for l it has dotibleilftJt1s pleasant to the taste of bgth young and oldat the same time it eon tamps nothing harmful and will relieve cough and cold Try a 25 cent bottle and ifj you are not pleased with it we will cheerfully returnXt your money 4 Pennys Drug Store IKy Crix and panitsf 1 JjL GRE T GAMEsfJ It h Ctftp 1fir o 1 AT CRAIGI Pharmacist Successor to Craig Hocker Psts a r STANEORDrKENTUCKY r cqF roe Ill t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t E C WALTON THOMAS D NEWLAND SR It a eandUtt for Sheriff of Lincoln county sufcjtct to tae snap of the democratic party GEO W DE BORD I a canaldat for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject 15 to a action of the democratic party TJEFF HILL SR- I of Lincoln county subjecte a candldal for Sheriff to ibe action of the democratic party JESSE C LYNN la candidate for sheds of Lincoln county subject tn lie actIOn of the democratic party DINK FARMER Ira candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to to tfca action of the Democratic party h ofJAMES c HAYS candidate for Jailer shied to bt action of the- Socratic party 1r WIHERRiri a ba candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the I taiocratlc party I 0 SAMUEL M OWENS b candidate for Sheriff ot Lincoln county subject to ke action of the democratic party MEREDITH E PRUiTT Ie a candidate for Superintendent of tabllc Scbwd of Lincoln County subject to the of the demo wile party MISS KATE BOGLE hacandidate for Superintendent of Public Schools I ofUncoia county subject to the action of the demo end pay HON D L MOORE I of Mercer aunty Is a candidate for CoaTtSiln the I Htbth district to succeed Hon G G utedsub ject to the action of the Democratic party Your sup port Is earoettly solicited S Y JUDGE MICAH CURISMAN SAUFLEY of this oily announce blscandldaoy In this Issue for the judgeship of the t t court of appeals for this the Pitta Din trict With a party now happily uni ted and harmonious tbe democratic t nomination to this olllce will be equiv r alent to an election and It may be safe 4Iassumed that tbe successor to Judge 1L Burnam will be a democrat The party south of the Kentucky river desires with practical unanimity j that Judge Saufley may be this suc 1ceeaor His friends offer him to tbe at large wltb a confident hope 1r that be will be chosen No gentleman of the profession In the Filth District nor for that matter In the State could be found more worthy of this exalted tetlon than Is our distinguished towns man Tbls broad statement will go un challenged among tbe people wbo have the past llycars bad the opportunity to obatrve and admire tbe ripe learning the perfect integrity rod tbe tireless r Industry which he displayed on tbe airI cult court bench Judge Saufley Is tbe potsesjor In addition of two other qualifications which are more uncom aon In high places tban would be sup posed and which peculiarly fit him for the Supreme Bench of tbe State tbe faculties of clear thinking and of itfbld j and vigorous ezprctslon The law of Kentucky consists largely of the writ tea opinions of tbe appellate court and tttere Is no one fnmlllar wltb tbls char I aster of literature wbo has not bad ocI oaslon to lament tbe confusion r thought and the obscurity of expres lion which so frequently detract from c ILl value and perplex the student A clearer a more trenchant and virile utterance of the last word in litiga Lion Is a crying need In many pf our highest courts The election of Judge j Saufley would RO tar to meet this need la Kentucky as all who know him I know Bla candidacy and the result of It i will be watched with great interest f not only by his psroonal friends but by rite whole people It nearly concerns f tbe State as well as the dletrlct WHILE we are freezing to death in Kentucky tbe Richmond Va Times Dispatch chirps merrily as follows While people are freezing to death In the Northwest blizzards are raging In the West and all outtbat way the mer t- t cury has gone down below zero we f J l t folks In old Virginia run around In the N bright sunshine and enjoy bracing health glying breezes that are not too 1coldand lack a sight of being too warm fJ What glorious alltheyearrouudoU mate we have In old Virginia any howl plan to harmonize tbe republi JcaDIin tbo Fifth Kentucky district by t sending Col Morris B Belknap and Augustus E Wilson as delegates to the National convention has fallen j through says a Louisville paper Col delegateatlargei IIaUr flTOEPresident told former Congress q man Irwin that he would take up the penllonrtoat lion Bull Duke of Louisville I can name Gen CoUleraEUcceeaor if to I4rllbto- J TUB gold brick swindle bobs up every now and then Jack Allen a I rich farmer near Wlc1ilLaiKb ae fl tbe last victim Herald 10000 for 10 pounds of tin ani copper Tho il Mr Allens l 1foolect101ltI- rj P I IIT la salditbat the total post of the Loulrshow will exceed 50000 000 and the management expects that the gate receipts for the six montb8r will realize that amount POLITICAL Tbo Houso pasuta tbe Senate bill creating tbe county of beclchsm Tbe Farrls local option bill was defeated In the Senate by a vote of 20 to Tbe ClayKnox district H C Faulk ner circuit judge contains as much territory as tbe State of Rhoda Island A poll of Itt leading Oeioncrats of Mlddlesboro shows only two favoring the reafflrmatton of the Kansas City platformSenator Byron Introduced a bill for a 20000 statue of the late Wm Goebel be prrcrd un tbe grounds of the new Capitol A bill Has been Introduced In the legislature to raise tho salary of the governors private secretary from II 2001081800 The key note of tbe policy of Secre tary Taft toward the far Eastern Arch ipelago will be the billpplnes for tbe H 1 oifiiw Rev T N Arnold in his prayer op ening tba Rousn proceedings gave thanks for the passage of the Capitol appropriation bill but deplored the defeat of tbe local option bill There was no ballot for United States Senator in tbe Maryland Legislature Saturday owing to the absence of a quorum In tbe upper House tbe only one present was tbe presiding officer Lieu Gen Cbaffeo has recommended to tbe Secretary of War bltI2000000 be appropriated for tbe pur chase of four camp sites for army maneuvers West Point Is named as tbeI destrabl location for this lectlonITbe democratic primary set lor February 15 will be held by tbe old joint city and county democratic committee and without Interference from the new city committee appointed by tbe State central committee cays a Lexington dispatch Hon M C Saufley of Stanford has announced his candidacy for tbe nomi nation of judge of the court of appeals from this district His announcement does not tome as a surprise as It has been known for some time by his inti mate friends that he contemplated making tbe race He Is admirably en dowed with all of the requisites for that high place and will make a strong recto Danville News The total appropriations by the pres ent General Assembly Including II 000000 for a new State capitol will hardly exceed a million and a halt dol lara It Is expected that at no time will the State run Into debt for bo- lides a large sum in the treasury all the money will not be needed at onetime A new capitol bill will be Intro duced in an elfort to preserve tbe present historic building and permit the erection ot tbe new capitol on a- more suitable site Gov Beckbsm has named tbe follow lag gentlemen ascommtsslonero to tbe Worlds Fair at St Louis A Y Ford Louisville Charles C Spalding Lebanon W H Newman Louisville W T Cox Maysvllle Sam P Jones Lour isville Clafence Dallam Louisville W T Ellis Owensboro W H Crump Bowling Green Charles E loge Frankfort J B Bowler Bardstown A G Carutb Louisville Sam Grab folder Louisville Garret S Wall Maysville W J Worthington Groan up B L D Guffy Morgantown HERE AND THERE The C ds 0 depot at Louisa burned causing a 13600 loss Personal Injury suits aggregating 138666052 are pending against the clt of Chicago Sidewalk injuries caused most of tbe suits The shortage In tbe accountsof Cash lei Hsjiry Burkbold of tbe Franklin Bank ofClnclnnatl has been found to be 241000 The loss has been made good by the sale of Bvrkholda eecurl tiel and there will be no prosecution In the 10 days that baye elapsed not a single bit of tangible evidence has developed to warrant an arrest for tbe murder of Sarah Schaefer at Bedford Ind Though Bedford gossips continue to name a man of high standing the authorities refuse to make an arrest not only for lack of evidence but because of tbe lack ot a motive Mysterious Circumstance One was palo and sallow and the other fresh and rosy Whence the differences She who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings New Life Pills to maintain it By gently arousing the lazy organs they compel good digestion and bead off con stlpation Try them Only 25c at Pen nys Drug Stor- eReprecotatt Sherley has introduced a bill in tbe louse to establish a permanent army camp site at West Point Ky INearIy Forfeits His Life A runaway almost ending fatally start ed a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Or nor Franklin Grove Ill For four years it defied all doctors and all remedies But Bucklens Arnica Salvo had no trouble Ito cure him Equally good for Burn Bruises Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at Penny Drug Store IN NEIGHIORINGCOUNTIS IA Hon W T Harris Is dead at Rich Mrs Stephen Asper is dead la the Gradyvllle section of Adair The Shelby county grand jury has recommended that a sew court house builtGeorge Spalding Is dead In Mercer Ho bad never ridden on tbe care and was noted for his physical strength Edward Cash Is under arrest in Bloomington III charged with killing Wm Sewell of Pulaskl county Ky The large farm barn of Miller Bros at Cooper Wayne county was burned at a lots of about 14000 partly covered InsuranceThieves Into tbe Daovlllopost oQlce but got nothing An attempt to rob the Boyle National Bank there al A so proved futile Three children of M W Brewslrr of the Antloob section of Putaskt coun ty have died of consumption tn the lade three weeks Tbe Mercer county board of health lus ordered universal vaccination for the Inhabitants of Burgle becanfo of existence of smallpox The store ot John R Bailey at Bat leye Switch Koox county was broken into and goods to tbe amount of ISO ta ken This makes the third time this store has been broken Into in the put five months John Magee who Is now located at Lancaster was hero Tuesday John Is associated with Richard Ward In the manufacture of plowbeam laths and balllster and In the pear future a planing mill will be rddedM Ver non Signal Capt Franklin Jackson White of The Record odlce passed his 84th milestone Saturday He celebrated the oc casion by coming to tbe office at 730A li and setting two galleys of bravler type and leaving for home at exactly 2I M Lancaster Record CLIMATIC i CUES Tho influence of climatic conditions in the cure of con sumption Is very much overdrawn The poor patient and the rich patient tooI can do much better at homo by proper attention to food digestion and a regular use of German Syrup Free expectora lion In tbe morning is made certain by German Syrup so Is a good nights rest and the absence of that weakening congh and debilitating night sweat Restless nights and the exhaustion dne to cough lug the greatcsLdanger and dread of tbe consumptive can be prevented or stop ped by taking German Syrup liberally and regularly Should yon 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 who use German Syrup Trial bottles 25c regular siic76c At all drug gists Tbe louse passed the Urgent DeS ciency Bill after unanimously striking from It the provisions for the second payment of mileage to Senators and RepresentativesNOTICE I I will be tn UoRlnney each Friday BUY and PAY CASH for All Kinds o LUMBER A B AUSTIN t Jesse W Sweeney rcopitirroR Livery Feed aad Stile Stable Lancaster Ky Bones wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates JACK SALE 1 atDanvilleTHURSDAY MARCH 3 1091 Bend In your ontrloa now The ale prom- Ise to on the largest ever held in Kentucky FOX k LOGAN DanvllieKy A Small Farm For Sale J will tell the farm of O T McRoberta decd In front of tbe court house door on county court day Feb 8 1004 If not sold privately before The farm contains abou 20 acres of land house and outbuilding and la situated SX miles north of Stanford on Hawkins branch J O FItlTII Agent for 0 T McKoberU Heirs 1 M BRUCE B D CARTER BRUCE and CARTER Livery Feed and Site Stable Depot StreetSTANeoED KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pans Ih Connection S Pkitlh mrfioi DUti- lltaDford K OfflooT UoBobartaDrof Stare In the OwtU 6uad- lnaSpectacles Lost I McKinney Lost to oDec IS a pair of gold finished spectacle Frame hooks over the Cant vnrvncavv frame Double lent Wedeklad Optical Gos namrf on the case Will pay f3 reward tor their return In good shape J II McKinney MeKlnney Ky Students Take Notice At the annual 4th of July entertainment to be given Monday July 4th 1934 by Jones KoUav at Orovn will bo given to the student within achool ages delivering the beat original Hh df July oration two premium 110 In gold to the Brat and IS In gold to the second All wishing to enter this Cooke unit give notice before June 15 tOot JONES fi KFL9AV- Ywcmlte Ky NOTICEI Notice la hereby given to the owners and bolder of the flVOCP Lincoln county 4 per cent bonds of aerie A tuned March 16901o year bond optional la ate years that the Court will redeem said inrloi of bonds at tbe Lincoln County National Rank of Stanford Kentucky on March t1904 aa provided In the face of aald bonds JAS P BAIUCT J L 0 a The New Mason Hotel RATES 1200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SBUOA3 PreprUter Electric Lights In tvtrv room Refurnished aryl endet entire New MaaapiMBt Deb tae favorite porter meets eat trains tarp WtlMftit Staple Room E DPeyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford YOUR FRIEND WANTS ONE OF YOl1 Elrods Upto datc fPHOTOGRAPH GALLERY at Crab Orchard Ky Everything in tits picture line FlM CWM Uptodat Button Medallions find Mtnatures Plated and Bolt Gold Fumes and Brooches Mart to in trodace our worktl genuine 1Utinun Photos for 25 cents tiuporior Cabinet she e2 50 to 1600 per dozen Kxperi Photographers of Babies And Children You are to call cad examine out work Everything finished by the permanent PUtlno We are located over the POltOlnce Grab Or chMdKy FOlh8110llTTIWB ONLY IMIS CECELIA STOW Orator Rntro Hoes Clnb 176 Warren Avenue CHICAGO ILL Oct 22 1002 For nearly four years 1 suffered from ovarian troubles The doctor insisted on an operation as the only way to well I however strongly objected to an operation My felt disheartened uwell as I for home with a sick woman is a disconsolate at best A friendly druggist advised him to get K bottle of Wino of Cardul for me to try and ho did so begantoimprove in afewdays and- myieobverywasverrrapld With I was another being Pt Mrs Stowe a letter shows woman bow a home is saddened by pletelyWinoteas and brings health and happi news again Do not on uff- eringGoto your druggist today and secure a Wine of Cardui WINE1CIIIIIUJ r the I I I GRAND LEADER f I We have decided to remain in Stanford and have moved to the largo store room formerly oc cupied by Severance tC Son in the Opera House Block Our lines will bo enlarged and NEW GOODS are arriving daily Wo thnnk yon for your past favors and will be pleased to fill your wants Ifor tho year of 1904 t- j GRAND LEADER A Mt B Le y O Co S B LavyIn I J The New York store Ncxtfie t SATURDIYfEBOle ty a The Stock Will Be Sold in 30 Dells Come and get BARGAINS t See advertisement next issue C Rosenstein Co t N w wq e e t t PHeaters 4 SoIGet our prices on Heat i ti 1 Lamps Few left from Xmas aUS I very low prices Jii I 4 JOHN BRIGHT JR COi t e e e if e k To The Farmers If you are in need of PLOWS come t in and buy The Oliver The BEST One in the W- orldPerkIns l W E tCrab Orchard Kentucky Start IntRighiilJ IMh By Trading With I W B McRoberts y wCE DRVGOIST STANFORD l j if r HE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky FEB 2 1001 f PENNYS Corn Cure li a safe and- suer cure fur core and bunion Pen oy Drug Htoro Stanford Ky Wu wish to call your attention to our White Ilno und Tar for couch and colds flaying told ihli remedy fora number ol year wo do not boiitkto to recommend Ask tboso who Gave tried It IVnny Drugstore PERSONALS t I rMil JOIIH DROWN ts qultp III MltS FlUNCES MEtlBUOH li qilte lick MR E D KENNEDY hu been quite I sickMnJ F PKTTCSOf Springfield I was hero Friday MnB W U DILLION ol London li with Mrs Joseph Coffey MR A ADDAMS of Crab Orchard spool several days In Louiirllle MRS H ROWAN SAOPLKY bat been cooOoed to her room with the grip At MR EP SIUOLD and wife of Lex legion were euetw of friends bore MRS OUSSIK PHILLIPS of Dan vllle la wltb Mrs J 8 Oler Jr a Mu ED L DUDDERAR of Blrmlng bam bas arrived to tee his new loa i MRS WILL JENNINOS of Paint LloK la bore with Mra Cleo Drown M MBS W MABON MORRIS of Grab Orchard was here shopping Friday 1L MR M D QuoilKfl of Lancaster I Jt wu hero Saturday returning Irom Lou Uvllie SMiUNQ DAVE JACKSON ol Loot Joo was here to see one merchants Friday Mlle MYRTLE WELLS of Grab Orchard has been the guest of Mn W I Ocrrlny Miss ANNA COOKS returned Friday from a visit to MtM Kay Sill co at Oar rodiburff O D FLOYD of EubankicalUd office and subscribed for the I 44MRtarday FRANK WILKINSON will move r back to Burgln where bo bat secured y a barber shop 0 D DALEY of McKlnney has been Appointed agent of the Q ft G road at tNlcbolallIteMIBB DENNY of the Shelby City section bu been the cue t of Mlii Dollle MoRobert Miss ISAHEL WALKER of Garrard spent several days with her brother Mr W 0 Walker MR WILLIAM WARREN wants to be road eommUiloner of Doyle No man In the county li better fitted weiLlEadreitaurantand confectionary Miss JULIA DiaaiNB of Richmond was hero with the family of Mr W H I nigglni a short while Friday MRS JH DEAKLEY U back from a visit to her parents at Somerset Mlii Mertbon returned with her 3vKatie E H DEASLCY who has been tome throe weeks WM able to mall run on the K G jester day MRS J W KENNEDY wbb baa been the guest of her daughter Mn Rev 6 M Buoy went to Frankfort Satur IO nay MRS E B DRAZLXY and daughter went toFlemlngiburg Friday U see the formers father Rev W 8 Grlnttead who U Ill t MR J M THOMPSON who U run ping for the republican nomination for f judge of Laurel spent Sunday with his berol LEE the genial prescription clerk at Pennys Drug Store l got t from the American Tobaoco Co a cunning contact 3MIL MATT WOODSON has given ap at Btonega Va and has returned U Stanford to live He would llkoto rent a house In town Miss ORCTTA THOMAS who bas boon with her cousin Mr W B Mo j Roberts a few weeks returned to Lou livlllo Saturday and a certain M D li very vary lSd IMltS KATE DunnaitAR and Mr O C Fields accompanied the remains of Mr M E Davleti from LeRoy 111 to this place John Smiley came up from i Lculivllte to the burial tyMitL M WESTBRFIBLD moved bin family to Livingston Saturday much to the regret of their many friends t hero He did It In order to bo closer to his headquarters M matter of trains MR W A M011LEY baa moved his family from the residence on Academy Hill to a cottage on East Main Mr James Dudderar of the Maywood leo T tlon will move to tho place be vacated MESSRS W S Bunch and George U9aufiey young Stanford attorneyst were Ic the city yeeterdayjen route to Frankfort Mr Walter Saunders of r Stanford a clover knight of the gripI a U in the city prosecuting bill business J Lexington Democrat ItLOCALSM r+ RODQH lumber of all kinds chest nut oak andpoplar shingle sold by H a J MoRoberts j jNO 0 the Northbound accommoda tlon on the Q 0 will begin carry 1 lag malt today ALL kinds of feed and coal cheap for cash J U Uaufrhtnan do Co WE abundance and clover hay cheap for catb J Q Btugbraan k Ci r CALL at Peter Strauss shop on Bom creel street and see the Aeromotor the best windmill mode Something DeIA G ALKORD bat boueht a Logan Avenue and will build a pretty cottage at 1000 ai the weather will per mlttHELD OV 1t June Martin chars ed with shooting at Thomas Denham near Jumbo was tried before Judge Bailey Saturday and held over In 1250 I JOHN BENDKICKSON who got 10 years for killing Deputy Sheriff Stewart In Dell county li In jail bere for lafekeeplng Ho has appealed billr caseMYEIISbliss Mary Men the 11 year old daughter of Mr John D My en of the West Had dIed Sunday of appnndtoltli and was burled yesterday She was an uouiuailv bright child READ the New Stores achorI tisement Mr Roionitoln tells us that his store will bo open neit Saturday Fob Ob and tbo Immense atocic of goods mutt bo sold within the next 30 dare TUB Sixth And 8 1 grades of the Stanford Graded School will give an entertainment In the Auditorium Friday evening next Feb 6 at 730I Admission 5 and 10 cents Program next Issue MR AtV RON bat Jstrcdncsa LtoI following bHU Placing a penalty upoaI corporations that continue business alItar the expiration of their franchise Increasing the salary of the governors secretary to 600I8ALEMrPubeehas laidI to Mr J D ftatii of Wayne coonIhit farm of 251 acres at 170 Mr McI Alltter ll thinking of moving South but we hope bo will decide to remain In good old Lincoln STATE COMMANDER M F ELKIN of the Maccabees will organize two tents of Macctbeca next week One will beet Phil In Casey county and the other at Buckeye In Garrard county says the Lexington DemocratIMR JT LBAVELL of Lancaster was hero Friday taking orders for the Page Wire Fence Be tolls ui that boI has sold about 4000 rode In the last 10I days which speaks well for him ai aI salesman 11 well ai for the quality of his goods CORRECT You 11tHJudge M O SauQey of Lincoln who li announced for appellate Judge In this district makes a strong plea for lobo retention of certain mountain counties In It Thu judge who It one of the finest lawyer In the State li a mountain man by birth and never lose a chance to show his faith In the people of the moun lain Lexington Democrat HIATT William Hlatt famll larly known to his lesion of friend ai Duck Hlatt died of pneumonia at his home on the Danville pike at 8 o clock Friday morning aged about CO A vtlfe wbo was a Miss CrutchQeld and six children all grown except one lurvlve the clover man and In their ton they have the sympathy ofall The remains were laid to rest In Buf falo Cemetery Saturday In the prey once of a largo number of his friends Many years ago Mr Hlatt joined the Christian church He was a happy wholoiouled man and made friends oft all with whom be came In contact Peace to his ashes r 1 SMITH Miss Annie M Smith the 12yearold daughter of Mr E W Smith of Norfolk Va died at Clifton Forge Va whore she was attending school and the remains were brought here and Interred Saturday afternoon Pneumonia was bor trouble and tbe announcement of bor death caused much sorrow here She was a grand daughter of ColT T P RIll and was an oxcoedlpgly bright sweet little girl nor mother died In her Infancy but the father and Nod Smith a brother a few year older are loft almost broken hearted by bcr untimely death May He who tempera the wind id the shorn lamb comfort them In their great griefDAVINSBMeeMee Matilda E Daylen died at the home of her sister Mra Kato Dudderar at LeRoy 111 Friday morning and the body was brought to Mr T D Raneya Saturday night At 230 Sunday afternoon Rev P J Roes preached the funeral at the Meth odtitchurcb and afterwards the romaine wore laid to rest In Buffalo cemetery beside those of her husband Mr T T Davlesa who was called hence inmo 20 years ago Mrs Davlesi was 70 years old and was one of Stanfords ben women She was kind and chari table a noble church worker and true Christian woman She had been In bad health for some time and her friends were fully prepared for the announce meet of her death Ready and willing to meet her Maker death held no fears for her la fact the summons must have been a welcome one to the meet excellent lady READ thb real estate column this li IuoTnc cootI uell cold A coo snow tell uadaDI IALL accounts of CraiglhlImUll paid at once W successor HARRY ENQLEMAN a wellknown old colored man died bunday end was bur led yesterday 100bushels nice Irish po I will pay 80c per bushel S P Gray Stanford W E PEIiKI the wtdeawako Crab Orchard merchant begins an I adIt this Issue Read It FOR RENT Homo of alx roomiwlb all modern conveniences All necessa qutbulldlngi J T Jones rTlB Danville nwa earl that work on tbe Southern Railroad extension will beclh between April 1 and 15 SEVKRANOE are In carloads of new rood for their new store wblcb will bo open this Tuesday morning WatoU next Issue for their I bigaa It DONT buy a Im or town property until you have teen what the CcAtral Kentucky Real Estate Exchange k Ti I lie Co has to sell TUB Ladles Aid Society of the flip lit church will have an Exchange atIPennys Drug Store Saturday after noon Gth Mrs R D Mabony tecy I MRS DUCK MATT and children ask I ui to extend their thanks to their friends In general and to Ore Bailey and Reid In particular for their assistance In their recent borearemeatI JUDGE SAOFLBY baa announced his candidacy for the appellate bench and It goes without saying that one better qualified to till the exalted position could nut be found In Kentucky or anywhere else for that matter and that If given the nomination be will n fleet credit upon his constituents and himself alikeAdvocateM- olioBERTS T Mr Thomas McRob erti aged bO died at his home In Dan yule Sunday morning after a protracted illness HU trouble was a general giving away and In his death Doyle county loses one of her boil and wealth lest citizens Many years ego Mr Mc Roberts sold good In Stanford was sheriff of Lincoln county for a term and magistrate a number of years Be was brother of Mrs Elizabeth Hlgglni of this place who by the way li the last left of a family of 11 children After oavlog Stanford Mr MoRoberts sold goods In Danville and later engaged In thu wholesale business In LouUvllle le was successful In ovary thing be undertook as the Urge estate ho leaves bears testimony Deceased married a- Miss Hume of Madlion county wbo died tome 20 years ago but several children are left to mourn a kind and Indulgent father In speaking of Mr MoRoberts Mr W H Hlgglni bas nephew said He was temperate In all things In fact the most temperate man I ever taw He never teemed to be In a hurry but he did a great deal of business and was at home It mattered not where he happened to bo Mr MoRoberts was a Cumberland Presbyterian In principle but bad never been a member of any cburcb At 2 oclock this Tuesday afternoon Revs Green and Worral will preach his funeral at bta late home after which his remains will be Interred In Belleyue cemetery Danville CHURCH MATTERS Newport Baptist church has Increas ed the salary of the Rev Calvin M Thompson 130- 0Kentucky Baptists foreign mission contributions this year are 410070 53 Georgia and Virginia are ahead Rev R H Tandy pastor of the flap tist church at Burgln has accepted a call from the First Baptist church at Florence Ala Already there have been 13 women elected ai delegates to the General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church which will meet In May at Los Angeles The Philadelphia Presbyterian board of publications donated 1028 Bibles this year to young people for reciting the catechism In all 1809 Bible have been thus given Bishop B C Morrison want two more preachers for the Pacific confer ence One has a 1500 salary and par sonage the other 1300 salary and par sonage with Quo perquisites Better Than Gold I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debili tiwrites F J Nreen of Lancaster N II No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all the medicine I ever used They have alto kept my wife In excellent health for years Bho says Kloctrio Hit ters are Just splendid for female troub lee that they are a grand tonio and in vigorator for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place in our family Try them Only SOc eat DrugStore IAn NOTICE election for Dlectora for tbe Lincoln County National Rank will be held at said bank ofllce on Saturday March Jth 1901 to elect directors to yearJ Nice Home For Sale I desire to sell privately my home on the Hnitonrllle A Mlddleburg pike 24 mile from IluitonvHlo Tbo hon e has six rooms and lain Rood repair Good barn and other outbuilding young orchard etc Lot contains six acres W H DADOKTT- U UuttonTllle Ky BOB QUIS 66749 AJO 0 I will itand tbo above splendid Jersey bull at my place near water at St50 In adyanca Return privileges permitted J B OAMENIBOH Stanford Ky Produce Wanted I I i We want your trade and will pay you tho beat mullet price for your Poultry Eggs Feather Hides Fur Brass BtcICall at NORTflOOTT k THOMAS BtanfordKy Prtablt Engine and Saw Mill For Salt t- Will Nil privately win also loll a IS 4 horse power engine boiler All In good repair sell at a bargain to clone up bUll ace Will take part pay In lumberIfowcudc BWKMKT Stanford Ky AN ORDINANCE The Olty Council of the city of Stanford do ordain u follows That W A Tribble be and be le hereby appointed to act M the Judge of the Stan Court when be U absent or when from any cause he cannot preside or when be is sworn off tbe bench This ordinance ball take effect from aDdI after ILl publication In one lime of IMTIRIOR L newspaper and afterIsaid Tribble qualified an requires by A D PMBBKCC Mayor L B HuoilKS Olerk POSTED WA whoso names appear below itrlcUy forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tres putlng on our places and will prosecute violator to the full extent of the law T A Rice Dr J Q Carpenter J M Carter 8r W E Amon George Holmes J 0 Neal V W darter Fred VonOrnenlgan J Nevin Carter Fred VonAllman Fred Ilauman Albert VonOrnnenlgan J Z Snoonaroore T M Holmes H F Newland J B OamenUch Peter Baltner W H Johnson Mn Mary Given David GUpheni James M White and wife E Carson II P Hawkins Mrs Mary R Welch Commissioners Sale ll 4 Lincoln Circuit Oonrt Mattti Kuabky otc Pltff va Catherine Kamln kyeU5Dft Punuant to a Judgment and order of tale made In the above styled suit at a special term of said court held on Dec 29 1M3 tbe undersigned commissioner will on tbe 8th day of February 1001 before tbe court house dour In Stanford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder tho following described real estate which is tit uated In Lincoln county Ky ou the waters of Buck Crook bounded thus Beginning at a white oak thence N 83 W 18 poles to I hickory thence N 39 W U poles to a fallen white oak thence N IB W 28 poles to two poplars thence N U W 31 poles to a white oak thence N 6 W 38 pole to a white uk and dogwood thence N 81 W 19 pole to a white oak and dogwood thence 8 IKS W 38 poles to a beech and sugar tree on the bank of the creek thence 8 23 E 68 poles to a beech and ash thence 8 19 E 112 pole to a poplar stump thence S 48 E 65 poles to a poplar and two beeches thence 827S 27 poles to a hickory and beech thence N 69 poles to a beech and ash on the bank of the Crab Orchard fork creek thence up the creek N 30 E II pole to a buckeye tree thence NIX R 12 poles to a small white 6ak thence N 69 F 8 pole to a sassafras thence N 68 E 14 poles to a doa ble hornbeam theuco N 15 E 28 polos to a awoet gum thence N 8 BIO poles to a red elm thence N 73 W 21 poles to a black oak sapling thence N 45 to the boo gluing containing 82 acres and 192 poles of nod more or loss The of the sale li for the division of the proceeds of sale amongst the parties entitled Term of Sale Orpdlt of 6 months bond wlth security required bearing 8 per cent Interest from day of sale until paid and payable to the commissioner lean retained R O WARREN O L 00 CIeffihlifiaeTOur You Big Money WINTER GOODS MUST GO Mens Suits and Overcoats GREATLY REDUCED Rain Goats MUCH BELOW FORMER PRICES Bous Suits DOWN 2S PER CENT 100 Monarch Shirts COLORED STIFF BOSOM GO CENTS Leather Boots- AT COSTI Underwear Low onovgh buy For next Winter i i s s ICummins S McClary III AAIp tlr tfs I0pM1 v ts1 110 v yfs v tlt h Job Lots i e Ali f This is the time of year for cleanings j1up We all have odds and ends Wet cant afford to keep them they accu dal mulate too fast Prices on our coats t and suits reduced about 20 per centtV fPJ High top shoes and boots about the 1l + same A lot of mens stiff bosom colt ored shirts worth 100 to close at s 50call sizes A lot of mens fine shoes worth from 150 to35O but Jout of style to close at 100 a pair V i00 underwear at 75c 60c under wear at 40c We want to clean up i and these prices ought to do Js 1t Te ma Cuehto to it HJM IIfw o lIea4l e ea 8ej4aft lf 4w News Needs No Blare of Trumpets rBIt travels fast and sure It is like the oscillating K which swings one way and gathers momentum to pendulumI Itfar the other way You no doubt have heard the this ad reaches you that there is to ho a Big New Store some respects not now in Stanford A pew store min in all stations in life are to trade This store is one class alone but for all classes It is a store whichwhereI 3 plo favored with affluence and people in the humbler must all alike regard as their shopping headquarters i n store where single p iChnstll amounting to SlO I20 anti 13- 0I Iwill often be made but where purchases amounting to butt few cents are welcomed No matter what your station in life i may be how large or how small your purchases 11i8 and all others shall be given the same invitation to regard as your store your shopping headquarters where true ccon can always be practiced We believe the purchase of a omyIof pins to be worthy of equally as courteous treatment purchase ot a fine suit dress and we shall deem it a gratification and pleasure to meet on out new stamping grounds I those whom we have served in the past so that they may make n 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 will add everything practical to give Stanford tho best store sho bas ever had We believe our fifteen years experience will work I to the good of our customers pod ourselves SEVERANCE SON I COME And see this before you buy You get in this a slack or coke or trash burner It is an Airtight Hot Blast combined Too much can not be said for a Stove like this r Geo H Farris Co Stanford Ky Ii 5T hIEJNTEHORJDURMALeteUred lauaUer o1LzasdTUwaapazaa3rssavAy 1 PER YEAR CASH a Ikea otioptd will becharrM KNIXVILLEIIVISIIN 21 Train going North lta r m 021II II 230am No 1a 00a H MtlsSSpm s J H SCONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERy fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on n on Depot Street Also Dealer In Ooal Dat 1 Traylor t DCALKB III Whisk Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc fOupterMoms STANFORD KY I lit a Prompt in J polite attention Nrthlnc bat tbs bel to drink alto pane cr telegraph orders receive tronpt attention U1 C RUPLEY The Merchant Tailor to SuNFoa Ky r I Good Warranted Fit Guaranteed Give Him a Call Ii JDWearen Fire and Tornado insurance Itepreeenta The Home of Now the largest in the world Assets 1871003512 Surplus u regards holden 943805869 Farm property in I Bole Casey Gartatd and Lln t coin counties Phone 21 II I9 R B Mationy Insurance fQ6nt Stanford Kentucky Insurance fluent patronagell1 counties of 1l Casey who may be seeking in surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but thet and best OldLine Corn jpanicsrepresented and the low a ratea are guaranteed Phonetl2 j1Stanford w Kentucky ae THIS IS Ae Presidential Year iatiyon must 1e iKEEf POSTED the wnyto do Mt U to read tile WEEKLY OOURIER JOURNAL Usury Wattervon Editor Twelve pages Issued even Wednesday x SI A YEAR Revenue Reform SocuUBeform Moral Re form TbeJourlcr Jourallasueethe best Ainranw published Send 35c for a copy by mall OOURIER JOURNAL 00 Louis L YUle Ky By a special arrangement you can get tb- eINTERIOR JOURNAL and the WBEKLY COURIERJOURNAL t e both ono joa for only II50 I CBG II I LeXIDGTORI ijcmoqic I Is the only daily Democratic paper published in the Blue Grass region Subscription Price 55 a Year i It especially doroteJ to tile Interests of i CD tbo Democratic party and gives all the now without fear or tarot i WT Wilton Editor fi Pror I Laxlnftton Ky f t t IcJ W Wallace ZJ Bon Blacksmiths and Fancy Horse Sheers West Main to treet Stanford Kentucky R A JONES DENTISTStanford K Oiflca over HlgKlna A McElnnoys StoP Telephoae 5 tl THE Joseph Price Infirmary In open all the for the treatment o surgical anilchronic diseases and for con sultation Hoard and nursing hall be cub In advance weekly and monthly Profes sional bill due when services are rendered and must te paid promptly NEW LIVERY STABLE I WIUUJlII 63N Prong JUNCTION CITV KY Turnout at Reasonable Rates IllritClM Attention to Trawling Men Grain and Hay For Sale Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my farm of ISO acres on the Liberty pike 2N miles from Uustonrlllo it la til grass and the land le fertile and In good chaps It has on It A good house at t rooms a tenant house two stock barn etc Convenient to churches and school Address O W Rlffe Jr Ty rone O T or call on J P Blffe Iluston Tllle K- yLUTES BOONE 8 CO- t I Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky VAll persons wishing to buy OT sell farms will do well to see us we have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farm for sale and will be pleased to show any ono what we have It you desire to sell place It la our hands Office at Boone y Stable Stanford Ky liG+ Y1- ccL t1NDEBT AXma7 EMBALJIEII And Dealoarln IARNZSI SJLDDLUT HO Stanford Ky Jm L Beazley it CoJ Undertakers and- Embalmere HALO uLaggra FarnitaroMattingsRagerhey kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY GEORGE I N GILLOCK TIpToD- atoTONSORIALARTIST nustonvllle Ky elegantIyP 0 Agency for firstclass Laun dry News Stand Cigars All work guaranteed Your business solicited +f x 1 LAND STOCK CROPS ETC T J Dill sold to J T Bohou a pair of mules for I35 Peach buds have been killed In Iowa by the extreme cold Lutes Co sold to J E Bruce for F Reid HI Rood yearling cattle at 123 25 Typhoon II winner of the Kentucky Derby In 1807 la now tlelng worked to a wagon t horse famine is threatened In New York oo account of accidents to ani mall In Icy streets Geo W DeBard has sold to Mrs Gray son his farm of 132 acres In tho East End for 2600 A carload of canners tho poorest of all beet animals aold In Chicago re cently for only Just enough to pay the freight charges Corn Is worth 1260 hero hogs 31 tot 4o good cattle about 3c horses and priceIPair of good work mules au A 1 4 year old horse and a 3yearold maro for sale at a bargain If sold at once J M Reynolds Waynesburg KyeE E Smathers the millionaire turf man has loft New York with his buts mobile for a trip around tho world FOR SALE 300 bushels seed oats from Northern seed clean and super lor quality 100 bushels pure homegrown blue grass seed A W Carpen toraTerhuoe do Brown sold Col D L Moore 23 good cotton mules at 1130 They were shipped to the colonels plantation In Mississippi Harrods burg Herald Two million pounds of tobacco have been purchased In Graze county at prices ranging from Ot to 10 cents and the buyers have pronounced the crop the best produced la the county for years Joe Jordan bought of H B Farrell a harness mare for 100 of Dr Steele Bal ley a trotting maro for 100 of J L Beazley a carriage horse for 1100 of J B Sartln a black harness bone for IUD Be bought In this section a carload of mules at 8100 to 1160 Forestus Reid has sold to T F Sml ley of Lexington ave extra One four yearold colts mares and geldings the got of the great roadster stalllou Dor seyGoIddust The price was 11500 W H Llllard sold to R L Goes 23 yearling steers at 3ic Advocate At a mass meeting of tobacco grow era of Southern Kentucky and Northern Tennessee held at Guthrie com mittees from each county wererappolnt ed to appear before the Commltto on Ways nod Means at Washington and urge the repeal of tho tax on tobacco McKINNEY btlse Berta Wallace Is visiting In LexingtonT has bought property here aid will engage in the tombstone business The entertainment given by Blair L Sail In Wares Hall was very well at tended The Sir Knights are preparing to have an old fiddlers contest In the near future The lady Maccabees will have a box supper on Friday evnntag They will serve Ices and tho amusements of the evening will be fortune telling garnet etc Everybody coma and have a good timeMessrs E J Tanner F M Ware Dr Lowder Dr Denham and others attended the Masonic Lodge Erlday evening at Huston vllle Mr James Davis of Somerset was here to see friendsMiss Hancab Mclntoab of Middle burg spent tho night here with friends on her way to South Port lad to vis it her sister George Coffey Is at home from Indianapolis for a short stay and will go from here to Mississippi J O Sallee Is visiting his cousin L Bow man Owens Dr Denham bat returned from Dunnvllle where bu has been for several days Mr Wallace of Bloomiield Ind returned home Wed nesday after spending several days here Mr Tom Goode was here from Crab Orchard to see his brother Mr E V Carson accompanied by Miss Katherine Walden drove to Juno tlon City where they met Miss Georgia Nunnelly of Bloomington III They boarded train No 3 and passed through hero to Oakdale Teen where tbey were united In tbe holy bonds of mat rimony Mr Carson la one of our most popular young men and u prosperous farmer Mitts Nunnelly is the beautl ful Dolce of D S Riffe She Is highly educated and an exceedingly bright Christian and the groom should be proud of winning such a fine young thclrbestroapttrous life m When You Have a Cold The first action when you have a cold should be to relieve the lungs This is belt accomplished by the free use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy This Remedy liquefies the tough mucus and causes its expulsion front the air cells of the lupgs produces a free expectoration and opens the secretions A complete cure soon follows This remedy will euro a severe cold In less time than any other treatment and It leaves the system in a natural and healthy condition It COu- nteracts any tendency toward pneumonia For sale by W N Craig v PROTECTS THE SYSTEM AGAINST CATARRH Hyomel Prevents Colds And Cures Grip And Catarrh Money Back If It Falls An ounce of prevention Is pound of curo A few breaths of 11101 mel through th+ neat pocket Inhaler that comes with every outfit will cheek a cold or the grip at the start and prevent seri ous and lasting Illness In all catarrhal troubles and diseases of the air passages Hyomel has a positive action aot possessed by any other media sine or treatment It la pleasant and con veaient to use simply put SO drops of Hyomol in the inhaler and breathe it a few minutes four times a day In this way every particle of air that enters the lungs Is charged with a healing balsam that kills all catarrhal germs soothes and allays the mucous membrane vitalize the blood with ozone end makes a permanent and complete cure A Hyomel outfit coats only SI and eon tains an inhaler medicine dropper and bottle of Ilyomrl Tbe Inhaler lasts a life time and when more Hyo net is need ed extra bottles can be obtained for SOS Mr Penny gives his personal guarantee with every Ityoinri outfit he sells to refund tho money if it does not cure In his effort to ruacn IOU bedside of hIs dying wife In New York Charles W Clark son of Senator W A Clark made a record breaking run over tbo Sbnta Fe railroad In a special train Tho run from Winslow Aria to Obi sago a distance of 1063 miles was made In 37 hours and 15 minutes an av erage ol Ii miles an hour Including stops and delays Escapedan Awful Fate Mr II Hagglns of Melbourne Fla writes My doctor told mo I had consumption and nothing could be done for mo I was given up to die The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Inducedme to try it licsulls were startling I am now on the road to recovery and owe all to Dr Kings New Discovery It surely saved my life It This great cure ia guar anteed for sit throat and lung diseases by Pennys Drugstore Price SQo and fl Trial bottles free Do you smoke my lad 1 Afore I answers dat question Sit tea are youse rein to hand mo out- clgaror a a tract agin nicotine Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Unequalled- for Constipation Mr A It Kane a prominent druggist of Baxter Springs Kanisx says Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are in my judgment the most superior preps ration of anythii g in use today for son stipatlon They are sure in action and with no tendency to nauseate or gripe For sao by W N Cra- igUMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost ao good aa new for a small amount leanax your umbrella better than tbe lrsm repairers and for less money Give me trial PIUHK Mares Stanford A M BOURNE Lancaster Ky Often hla services as 8uotoizrex to tho people of Lincoln County He will please you both In work and price Write to him I If you need Printing of Any Kind 4 Give this office a trial f++tt tt+t+ttt++ jn OJ 1 I First National I BankStanford Kr I Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established II the Deposit Hank of In list then reorganized M the National Rank of Stanford In 18115 and again reorrrabed Ithe pint National Da k of Stanford to 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 year It li bettor supplied now with facllltloi for transact log famines promptly and well than ever before In IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries ind Cor poratloHs Solicited 0 1 CAPITAL STOCK 0OOOO u Directors J B Paxton J 0 Owiley B H Shank W O Walker Gee W Carter Successors to The Partner flank A Trust Company and under tame SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Doping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial No3161 SUM el nnlniprot zed la 1101 aunty MIKHllM from tlabula Sislton o lroll IOllaIaIQ rov Will sell of sz hsog Iu proptrt In Lincoln eeeoty- Me Hmallfum iTscm Smiles from ban ford flow or Iwr rood rooms bark porch and 1 tersoda Oood Urn std other balUlon to rood rtrir Pot in six fields welt bne d 0 seres U wlUalla owel fruit u net tll Rasa Pries 1M per stre Land adjolnlOf Mid for IM u4I BU This U a tsnctln No4M res500IandTwo story ill r lG Urn SM kI bOUNat4 Whole place lo granwlleaterrdand In rood lion No tt6 n room dwelling g eJ cellar IIId 21 we laud IVnetng and uttmlMlen In fair condition Cbesp plsrs Nol to town Will toll a smalltamny No ofa HO acres el Iud llniUr land Ina ed u lerryWnle Khoa Trap Vlns Crwka of the of Ksmiiiy titer- Fwnatrsofaalvutingto tbkkaes from littntusixfnt lllTtr B in moulb sbotVemV A rsais4lsMTeteJ within thre mIle et J the a mar eeniUli of ekt TlUMHtMt Will teU or siehssf on soy terms o two story Nghl room Iraia d elilBiilnHU ford HM te ball good Mlle with COOIllte floor ulla welt 0 klubeo re caVIa on whehreallorfpr month Tkls prop erty U IB tool repair can b for No 7Foerarrreoflndaods ales one sto sic 1001 srimdwlltogl0JIcKInwyIcy tats works In kitchen nd fmtly room tern sad all accmaary oulbulldlon 12aa well forced I and U food Iloaaeocat HAO sod le ramparaiiTely nswandwtemy uk lJiG fee the whets property 878 am ipleadlJ bingns lied lapLlncolecounty Two story 9 msi eton resident a tenant houses bArn room for car 200 bead ol itocksndsll other necoaary oalbulldlnfi all In Ir ClOM to school p sU fflM railroad snd In good self bbornood 400 acres la culUvitloo rest In graes sod timber lie TkU le an deal country home ae alt ronrsalearea no lace- calee watered with II never UIII prlnri etc l race rratonabl NeerNtaattaleNtaattale rest land within IH toed repair InadBf goa- lnrtavtteg well and good flhr itood bun JOsU eaokcbouM Ac Yoang Orchard and Sea vineyard tandld plus W rube garden produce to b town Stoo lion 40 arts paiture tngantatnawrenroee Larjlt bra and all net euary building In plen did repair Well wstrrsd ITInSIWa No 28 160rres of tad InFord courtr ElL sir miles from nllrod and j miles from Artsneu river tSefeaty srrMOf Und Is tlver bottom Is 5nt dau land and In grses This land Is for site or exchange No W A farm of WO acre In Lincoln county Three good dwellings 8 good bans sad other out bnlldlngi each haute barn sic stout the center of 100 sere All on county road H mile from church schal sod and well watered This 1s a 1ood tobeccofarm and would suit two or the firalllc that nilzbt want to com from Ib sains neighborhood Iflce nawnabl tlo 63 Twoitorr frame dwelling of six rooms Iwohaltvrahla Icwellatdoorand all other necesary outbulldlnu Also large blacksmith shop Cdx O snd sbnll ull length of shop and 10 fret wide This property will be soil at a very low price No gA firm of 121 notes four miles from Stan lord on best pike In the county well watered turn adjoining this h s recently refused IU cracre Wo off r this at 13750 No MHfly sera near PloMumt VoSnl Ky 1ohlm house ft rooms and porch Darn and other outbuildings Saennln cultivation teat In Um ber Well watered 3J yards from p04tofficoschool ud church lays well on pike and la goo corn- muolty lilt 1G6O No lIlouaand lot In Stanford flr ronmihall porch In the rsar good irsrdsn good neighborhood close tn churches sod school Uood lot small lam say rrlcJ86X No 8 HOUM and lot In Stanford lions eon aim are rooms Uood stable and S acres of land well fenced In town room enough oralfront could be bunt to the cottage sad be made a beautiful home Will be told cheap u Ibo owner must have money Mol3l welllngofilx mom hall and porch necccasary outbuildings anti Iruen Alto large two story store room MxW fet lower room with counters sheUes etc Water ladwellagend storeroom also cittern and well on place Small lot ant storeotir 1200 Will leU both for 5300 or will rent or sell separately No 18230 acre lum f4 mile or Crab Oreberd Ky Brick dwelling grams two tenant houses two hams well and spring neat dwelling Fine In high slats of cultivation 150 acres river bottom load good fencing troll etc lrlce 13750 so acre NoilTwo story seven room frame dwelling veranda etc One story storeroom xro two blacksmith shops tentiut house stable crib end wars house Every building new and In flnetbspe Allot the property Is In Huttonvllle rotary earefullyelectedetockolgoMa In Central Ken lucky A In Lincoln aol adjoining counties we will sell this for cost and carriage sad want U oln butlniu you cannot god a nicer stock better place or better trade In this particular line outside of the cities Officers Of J 8 UOOKKU Pre t- B IJ1 W II WEAKEN nkpr Directors V Reid OanTtlle 8 T ilarrli HUnford J 8 ilocaer Bunfurd W P Walton LeilngUm 8 11 Ilaughman etanford I T P Hill Stanford Jat Robinson ilubbleeJ II IlaUKbman L M Peltut Stanford Ed Carton Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK continuouslyfor lcIUnDelM Officers B U SHANKS President Jn OWBLBY Cashier W M nUIOHTA Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford Ky reMhsferfilHsgweHsodlpricg Thedwelllogtogfertlawrmehlh fromSpmetwtKy wrvt tneofpretlestbulldinglots I1ulldlogtID soilelrlernathouuPForprlcuWdrwttheslorenawtd ThllIs TwoI M wtbalWlrg tD geed r NpLndld toners oNeolddwHlI botdip on rouot rodplodId lehaere lead deIlord on county eJhltln callftsllo seven Twoemalteottegwsurrd and 11qa bebagktatyeurKleaaowsrllvis la ladltnaro moosNcirri sear Dwelling good barat Wsll WlDNllurt 1rooJlIClhlll11tlIoelalld NONoIa Cue tOOIlIt KgOne sod OMU story deeltleg with sir room tlleuIUIIaDL elllln00It4Urrbadcheep tracehousefonttI1f1100 N 61Tln salonrnalf sets or IanJ sloe two atonrykrthis e WsH house w by is also an open wit largo tack InAnwlluiaskiceuntyMffifn andfencing furprNo 4Twoi4fr irame dwelling T room hall ingoodKegsHaKy60acrretoeafunUom39inUmberrut otherwtbWlblDgsgoodrewItly sow aw gals io0vsNa ot tb r ehnrcha uednblebrf2IO00oorrisrpar No 17Two Thisisartainlcbesp ram frame dwNIIcgrJo proparl d ThlelsonjeMhnjostdoirabl outtboUdloftt lmmedlatpowbnIdagp0nNa Improymalawell Ititularchanged Till Co o M of landKNf Climber anttOlClItla dwelling rodllir to bDerIlcKfeaodwell i terms Nil No 7320 sera of good laDdlis ram two Isleerhootaawllrlto reasonable a77ra Aye- Lmargebarnamok hproeAc All buhdlap and IttosHOO fencing In good repel No 70T o acre of land two story front rat loadImnto oatheLoin good whlcb pelr li Wllltelllhpropert1 rest atthe r dim a II1UIt or lu elL lowIt elate No 71Onecoffandend splendid dwelling K7 all alorallr out e 20zeoandt2bctse111ngrerertwltbmeul onaggoods4ck11 III HII tor rooo1 rllrlgo Chll I I lood DUll OueNotour roam l stock barn and III dwelling Drcmasy outbulldllllll 95 lenctsg good well cut In lIe thisplace IV Yrtodufronting street 30 It from hotel TOOm 2alnuolagmnirelytunihapapered Uaalgardenfeet deer All oJ this in London endue enechanoe Wreomeone to make Kg toprlelor haatused to rent property for money perIOOOUDt 01111 of hi wlf 001rearon forulltog proprietor dNlre for term In Lincoln county to OXCIiDI uiticationof them new two Ste orchgnlNtreamatun ceaaonapleegurea I i h it