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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 3019043 P M NO 90 HUBULE Thetraules of M B Kubsok bought WIDe time baolc were taken Tuesday The personal property of the laic MrtP note Da1IJwlibe told Saturday Jan 7 1005 Mr and Mr James Divls havt mov ed to tbe MoUulre fArm which they re 4cently bought Klder P M Tinder will Oil his ap polntmenl at the ChrlitUn church on Sunday afternoon Mr George White and Mill Katlo Hayes were quietly married In Lancai tar Saturday afternoon Joe RIce accidental shot JasSbaok clford while hunting Xmas day Wet are glad to state that he U not dangerously wounded Xmas In tint clt baa been very quiet The people of a rowdy nature have long ago sought other clime and peace and happiness reign supreme L G Qubbloiold three 1000pound cattle to Luther Glbbs at 3h arid tl a heed T C and Robert Rankin are arranging to ship tbelr mule In a few day JC Roblqion Q C Walter and Luce Bros sold some fat hoc to J 0 Johnson at 4e S M Spoonamore ad fatally have taken possession of their home recently vacated by John Roblneon who hat moved to the Oarlan place on the Dn vllle pike Harvey MeUtalb la nut leg relatives In Somerset We are t rlad to report that J C RHbaoks III ootaleaoing Dock Weaver of State College U with hit parents here Mr Wm Mo- l Kechnle of Montloello U the guest of i his brother Jame MoKeehnlo Mitt Plounle Hammond of namllton Col loge t with ber parents during the bolld l1i Mill Ethel Carman U horse from Lexington where the has been attending the Conservatory of Muilo Mrs IV Miller hoe tone to Indiana to visit henna Prank RECTOR OF ST LUKES s Ashburnham Ontario Tostnos to The Good Qualities of Chamberlains Cough Remedy A umiMiAMOvr Ap ll 18 11tl- lla It is only right Urn I WlOGhl tell you what a wonderful ffleet Chamber Ulna Cough Remedy bas produced The lay btfere Eater 1 was so distressed with a sold and cough that did net think to be able to take any dutlw the next Jar ai ray voice ws almost choked by the nough The same fay I received an order from yeti fer a bottle of your cough remedy I at once procured a tample bottle sad took about three doss of the inedl an To my great relief the cough and cold had completely disappeared and 1 WM attic to pieach three limn on Enter day I know that this tepid and effective cure WM duo to your cough remedy I mike this testimonial without lollcita thin being thankful to have found such a Qodfttot remedy MA Langfoldt M A Hector 81 Lukes Cuuroh To Ufa am btrlain Medicine Co This remedy li for a1ebr an druggist SOMERSET Tbe Senior Clan ol the High School was eatortalnod by the Mlw Dill A mot eo oyable time li reported Prank Forth U epeodlee the boll days with kill parent U Caiapbella vtlla Mitt Oraoe Waddle ettnt sev eral stays In Clnotouatl MMM Stella Waddle Maude Ulrdlar Meter John tbatoher and Olaude Waddle are at home from college fer tbe holfdaya t The entertainment given by the t3en lor Class of the High School Friday J avantnK was wen attended and greatly t eJoyed The organization of the alum nl association was tbe most Important oventof the evening and WM a great lrsarprtse to those present Offloera of tho association were elected and other Important business carried out eTill Central Ky eel Ex ill ehaope Je Title Co has for sale two 1traote of land lying the Southern Lincoln county near Southern railway One tract consists of as iiornp the other live agree The owner of this lives at a distance and we are i Instructed to sell It privately It must gd Tbe best bid got It For further particular see or address L UUughoe Stanford Ky HUSTONVILLE Georee Roust was presented by hli wife with a tenpound buy for a Christ mae gift W C Cowan bad a finger badlY hit ten by u hoc tbatbeoarao ferocious from having u ring punched through bla snout Say have you soon Duck Weather ford since ho used that tail bottle of lightning hair grower Its won derful Its Just like Boding money to attend tbo treat clearance sale at Tho Charles Wheeler Emporium beginning Janu ary Lib About couplet attended tbe bop at Alcornrf Opura louse lilt Wednesday night and tripped tbe light fantastic until an early hour Messrs F M Yowell and Orent Barnett are on tbe stoic list Outside of tbe two above named our physicians say It li distressingly healthy Fur Sale or Rent Cheap A good dwelling with five rooms and kitchen Urea fertile garden on IS tat Main st Apply at once to W R William The Newtonla Hotel la putting an ex cellent oleos of furniture throughout their new building and every feature looking toward tbe comfort of their gUMta la being arranged The large nod well aesorted atoek of good 01 The J G Weatborford Co bas been moved Into their new quarters on the corner In the Hotel Weatberford and la a thing of bnauty unaurpaaaed In tbe county and must be seen to be appreciated W C Greening and son Neal of Lexington wore among our numerous holiday visitors that greatly admired tbe many splendid buildings erected here during the past summer S D Yowell and family have mored to the Logan residence Wallace Hall of Corbln who bas been at horns on the sick lIt caused from an Injured foot returned Tuesday upon telegraphic advice that his pros eaee was neeeaiary for the good of tbe service The position Wallace holds quite complicated- At Morelaod Saturday night some howling mlr ant shot Into the depot and later threw a rock through tbo window of the southbound passenger No S All such cattle as these should be rounded up and walked to the place they are trying to break Into at Frank fort and lea a trade At a meeting of tbo directors of the Beaver Creek 011 aod Oat Co a divi dend wee declared of 16 per cent and hecks for same will be forwarded This makes 40 per cent this company has paid Its stockholder In the past four months betides paying all running expenses and carrying a snug sum to the surplus fund for further developments W G Cowan and E McCormaclcour hustling live stock traders were tbe recipients of two handsome walking canes from Tom Green of Cincinnati Lee hiker of Uarrodsburg spent three or four days In delightful and successful bird buntleg with Crlt RIITe last week Horace Bobon and several of his many friends are home for the boll days Miss ICJoa Llpps home from Qarrodsburg The pleas In blue print of tbe new graded school building will be ready for Inspection by the board of educai lion next week and will dIUb reo calve their endorsement From tbe pleas already outlined the building will DP muoh hater arranged than tbe present one more comfortable tied cost about 2000 less all of which tow board of good buslaese men are attraetlve fea tures and will doubtless be adopted by them By the way we are to have some student next week from your city and vicinity The audience at the Christmas tree at tbe Christian church Oiled tbe home and the songs by tbe IHtla folks do servo special mention Santa Claus was costumed after tbe fashion of tbe proverbial Santa and displayed tbe adopt as a Grand Master In his profession and made glad the hearts of hun dreds some of whom were large ohll dren Joy and happiness was unalloy ed as tbe hearts of the coming genera tion found expression In their darkIeoedTHE ROME OF VINOL j To the Convalescent We hold out a helping hand to the sick who are slowly creeping back tol health Vinol hastens reoovory after any severe sickness After typhoid pneu monia or la grippe Vinol quickly restores strength creates an appetite for nour food makos rich red blood and 7ishing oldfashioned Cod Liver Oil and does not upset the stomach our guarantee tlRespeottullyPENNY S DRUQ STORE STANFORD NEWS NOTES SimuerO Sbouse aged 78 Indeed in Woodford Tao newlybullt Mojestlft Theatre It Port Woyno Ind wee gutted by fire Tbe wife of henry Moore of Kent 0 has Just presented him with tbelr 2Ut child James Bryson died at Mt Sterling leaving an estate worth 120000 and no known heirs Two Civil War veteran at Dayton 0 and one at Sandusky O were fro Len to death Thomas J Stockton of Anadarko Okla commlttrU suicide in the Union Station at Memphis The tbreevearold child of Martin Anderson of Kettle Cumberland coun tv was burned to death Tho Cumberland river freight steam er Warren was snagged and sunk In shallow water near Bakertoo Wm Douebertv tried to shoot a bottle olT Elmer Bunts bead at Chicago and tbo second shot killed him Col John G Craddock the veteran editor of Paris died of pneumonia at Lexington at the age of 79 years Jams L Lee of Wllllamitowa was kicked in tbe face by his horse and died from concussion of tbe brain In a row at the home ot Bllci Carter In Grayson county Virgil Carter was killed and two other men wounded John Smith a Methodist minister was arrested on tbo charge of making counterfeit dollars In Marshal county Two of tbe handsomest business blocks In Sioux Clt Iowa were destroyed by lire entailing a toes of 12 600000 Copt Howard W French contract log quartermaster ot tbe new army post Oblkamaulla Park committed suicide shootingFormer Sam of Haytl was condemned to Imprisonment for life at bard labor on the charge of Issuing fraudulent government bonds WllhelmSoBulu was fatally burned and his wife nod three children are dead as a result of a gasoline explosion in their home near Guymon O T Andrew Carnegie has presented the Braddock Pa Carnegie Library and tbe homestead Pa Carnegie Library with 836000 each an a Christmas gift SnorI8nullPauls London containing one of the Quest organs In the United States was gutted by fire The jury trying Nao Patterson for the murder of Caesar Young reported a disagreement and was discharged Six of them were for acqalttal and sjx for conviction though none of tbe lat ter was for murder In the first degree Wm A Bradley a Southern student attbe University of Chicago who was working bis way through the college refused to walt on a Negro who ate at one of the tables where Bradley was attending Bradley quit the school and returned home Tbo available sliver bullion of tbe country Is said to be exhausted A mint official says that if Congress does not act promptly commerce will be greatly hampered next year by reason of shortage of 810000000 In small subsidiary coin Attorney General Wm B Moody has notified R D Dili Qielrlot Attor flop that all guessing contests corn manly conducted by newspapers and magazines are Inoluded In the statute against lotteries and accordingly Mr Ulll will attempt to prevent all such competitions after Jan Paolng bankruptcy because of tbe tremendous slump In cotton the farm era and merchants of Georgia and oth er Southern States are taking a heroic measure to prevent a further fall and to advance tbe price of the staple This measure Is no less than burning a por tion of the cotton which has not bean marketed It Is proposed that 2000 000 bales be destroyed each State to burn Its pro rata Imminent A sure sign approaching revolt end serious trouble in your system ia nor vouinoM tteeploMnes or stomach upsets Electric Hitters will quickly dip membor the troublesome causes It nev er falls to tone the stomach regulate tbo kidneys and bowels stimulate the liver syslemslbeneattending aches vanish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Hitters ia only 60c and that is returned if It dont give perfect satisfaction Guar anteed by Penny druggist There are few journalists In Kentucky who are as forcible with the pen as Mr W R Woltuo and It Is to be hoped that his retirement from the tri pod will be of short duration Jessa mine Journal yourraa a pleasant purgative try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablet They are easy to take and pro duce no nausea griping or otherwise dis agreeable ellect For tale by all drug gusts Again that rustling sound was heard As oll 1634 grew brief Twaa caused by mankind ewiry where Turning that DOW leaf 00 HARRISON Who will be cashier of tbe McKinney Deposit Bank which will open Its doors for business Monday next Mr Harrison Is from Wllllamstown and Is an experienced banker A cordial In vitation Is extended to one and all to be present at the banks opening IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Thomas Abell aged 80 Is dead in AdairWilliam Murray died at Bur ln of consumption John Roetsler an agid Shaker died at Pleasant Hill Mercer county John W Nelson a prominent busi ness man ot East Berostadt Is dead desperateHarrodsburg A little son of James Scott of Llv logmtoo was accidentally shot and will likely die- Near Mlddleeboro Deputy Sheriff Be craft shot and killed Joho KIrby who resisted arrest In the Knox circuit court Jim Gray was acquitted of tbe murders of Clark and John Mills At Lan lord SlatlonLRockoastle county a ynuoe ron lZer shot himself In the breast with a 22 rl lie The Garrard grand jury returned 45 Indictment ivalrtt me Standard Oil Co for peddling wlthoutllcense tn Lao eater Tbe Q t C has let n contract for 000 box OUI 200 gondolas 200 coke care and 100 steel ore car The cost of these cars will be over 81000000 D L WalkerJ H White W W RawllnjfC I S Manning and S W Manning have organized the First Nat- Ional Bank of Manchester capitalized at 126000 Rich Peters shot and killed James Neal at a Christmt treeentertalnment near Cumberland Falls Neal tried to take the house but met with a pro test from Peters who bad charge of the entertainment MATRIMONIAL County Clerk May of Somerset sued 23 marriage licenses In a single weekWilliam Adamaand Miss Alice Day ton were married at the court boute TuesdayGottfried Tecbanz and Miss Emma Dletclll were married at Ottechelm WednesdayGrace aired 13 and Richard Parker 14 were married in Stewart county Teno Henry O Adam aded 10 and Miss Mabol Norton 17 were m da ono Christmas day Willis Green egad 17 and Miss Min nie Duvall 16 were joined heart and hand on the 25tbIC L Burton and Mite Lula Lay were JIRouGooob popular young people of tbe Waynoiburg emotion were married Christmas day Mr W T White a splendid young man of the East End and Mtes Minnie Boone H popular lady ol the same acLion were married at the borne of Kid J G Ltvlngsoo by that gentleman Tuesday Tbe I J extends hearty con cratulatlooa to the happy pair The marriage of Mr Embry Talloo Bsaalev of Qarrodsburg and Slice Katharine Sellers Gray of Verfaltle lo announced to take place on Thurs day afternoon Jan 5 at the Brides homo Mr Beazlev Ie an old Stanford buy and his legion of friends here ax wad hearty congratulations In advance of the happy event Head About toBurst From Se vere Bilious Attack- I bad a severe bilious attack and fait like my hoed was about to burst when I got hold of a free sample cf Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets I took a dose of them after supper and the next day felt like a new man and have beon feeling happy ever since says Mr J W Smith J Julifl Texas For bilious ness stomach troubles and constipation these tablets have no equal Price 35 cents For sain by all druggists Donunderaad omonolog of half Now suppose gave you this ap pie and your little brother WiU to cut It Into equal parts and take ope of then What would be havoV A smash In do face Houston Post A Costly Mistake Blunders are sometimes very expen sine Occasionally life iisulf Is tho price of a mistake but youll nover be wrong If you take Dr Kings New Life Pipe for Dyapcpila Dizziness Headache Liver or Bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough 24o at Pennys drug srore tj Ift RAINCOATS A raincoat slots two things you want done Keeps you and itself dry in the rain and if it is one of ours it keeps you welldressed All Raincoats wont do these things for yourro get a good Raincoat pay enough if yon come to us you wont pay too much eataaeieta Singing the Praises To the Apple Butter Like GUANDMA used to make You have often wished you could get some Apple flutter which would taste tike It used to when Grandma made It PoMlbly her own wouldnt taste now just all It did In thoio days down on the farm but we have Just received Sumo which seem to us just like the good old kind It Is Uelnx Apple Ilutterone of the J varieties made as those product mil are pure clean und good We dont care tony more about it We would rather vu would taste It and judge for yoursef Heinz Apple stutter comes In stonu crocks convenient sizes i W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY THE NEW STORE Of course for the best goods at a small price We have just received large shipment of fine goods such as Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats and Caps Ladies Skirts Cloaks Jackets and a compute line of Ladies and Gents Furnishings which we sell at prices that will interest you therefore we invite you to come and see and be convinced of theBAKGAINS wo are offering We also have a complete lino of Rubber Goods in Ladies lions and Chil drens which we sell at such LOV PRICES that will inter 8t you Dont miss the place etcer ate SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY CaIe Pans for New Years Round square Lexicon Octagon Heartshaped or any Shape Size or Price at SeH AIDRIDGES Tinning Plumbing and Pump House J Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky Overcoats and Suits at Special Prices for the next IO days W E Perkins f Crab Orchard Ky THEINTEBlORJOURNAL E c WALTON rT Tile old year of loot has almost run its course and before this paper Is pub limbed again It will be numbered wit tbe thing tbat were Aelde from th e drouth the year has been a Rood one and many of ui will part with It with regret Crops have been fairly good prices satisfactory and In most easel our labors have been bountifully rewarded There bave been calamities of various kinds and many of them to rtous ones but who can recall a year without them l Friends and relatives of many Ol us have been called keno but such sorrows have been know- since the beginning of time Ever thing considered 1004 has dealt gently with mankind tn general and has given to him no more troubles and heartache than many of Its predecessors The wby should we not regret to see the old year go It Is but another mile stone of tbe journey to tbe grave en why should we wish to be ushered Into eternity more rapidly Certainly we have no such desire and many of us will bid farewell to tbe parting year with sadness and drop a tear as It patscs out of existence From a personal stand point 1901 has given us no reason to feel otherwise than good to It We have done reasonably well and we hereby re turn thanks to Him wbo gave ue the good year and to our liberal patrons who gave us work We have tried to serve our constituents well and If we have failed to do so tbe error has bee with tbe head and not the heart It Is hard to please all and no doubt the INTERIOR JOURNAL has not been rID to suit all of its thousands of reader bu of course we cant help that It b 8 not been our Intention to do a soul It matters not how lowly be Is fen Injui tlce In these columns and we shall never knowingly do so but during 1005 we promise to print the news as we see It It matters not whose ox Is gored So If you dont want your evil deeds exposed during the year to come you had bette- leave them undone With malice to warp none but on the contrary a goo feeling for everybody we take up our duties for the year soon to make Its ap pearance with a light heart and prom- Ise to make the I J a more popula- home paper than It has been since it creator left It In Us present feeble hands SOME of tbe envious contemporaries the Mlddlesboro News for one are say leg that Mr W P Walton got tired of playing a losing game with tbe Lex in ton Democrat and was anxious to quit We happen to know that the re verse la true Mr Walton had rotteD the Democrat on Ktsy street and w making money The faot tbat be got nearly three times as much for tbe paper as It coat him at public auction shows bow be bad built It up end ho It was regarded by Its rival for th morning field We suppose it makes little difference with Mr Walton whether same people think he bad to Sell or not We merely print this to give the fact In tbe matter Tile Louisville papers eav no man In that city received more present and attention on Christmas day than did Caleb Powers who has been thrice convicted for complicity In tba assassi nation of Gov Goebul Shame on suet people THE president In a letter to a Confed erate veterans camp Indicates that h baa a great affection for the Southern people says a Washington dispatch The woodchucks remark just before taking Its flight Is truly In order A MINNESOTA man received a coffin for a Christmas gift He put It away raying tbat be supposed it would come In handy some day ADDITIONAL LOCAL PossiDLY the dullest Christmas In tbe recollection of the oldest Inhabi tact Is almost at an end With tbe ex ception of a hop and a party or so even the young folks bave done nothing out of tbe ordinary THE directorsthe First National Bank at their meeting on Thursday declared a semiannual dividend of three per cent payable Jan 1st car sled 10 per ceotISOOOto the sur plus fund paid all taxes and expenses and bad about 1800 left as undivided profileJUMBOC R Brawner has moved to Burgle and L Johnson has moved to t tbe Brawner farm Win Walls has moved to Lancaster Tom Denbam been confined to his bed for six with rheumatism Silas Carrier wife spent Christmas wltb J P Den bam and family KIND WORDSWife and twill leave Friday for Way Miss where you will please send my paper I JouldI not spend the winter from home without tbe INTERIOR JOURNAL to keep me posted Wishing you much success I remain your friend C T Bohon Hus tonvllle I enclose you herewith my 34th years subscription to tbe INTERI OR JOURNAL May God bless tbe pa per the editor and all my old Lincoln county relatives and friends Iwllb you one and all a merry Christmas and a happy prosperous New Year Fra ternally M O Cash Petersburg Tex cloaks at your price before Vi IALl Severance It Son TUG Lincoln County National Bank declared a 3 per cent dividend this morning and carried a good sum to un divided profits The Hustonvllle Bank will declare a 6 per cent and Crab Or chard hack a 3 per teat dividend bJUDoe TIUIIULi cowhen been a busy one for several days Frank Rich arda caught a 120 fine for drunkenness Sam Helm Will Baughman and Mack Bright 95 each for the same otTenae while Tom Baughman was mulcted to the tune of 135 for shooting on the street 8Fox Just as Christmas day came In the llghtof Mrs Montle FoX of Dan vllle ceased to burn for attar a long Illness tbe spirit of tbat good wife sod tender mother returned to tbe God wbo Mrnreared In Stanford where she was unl versatlv loved She was a slater of Mer J W Baugbmanof this place and H C Baugbman of the West End and Meidames Newman and Georges lurk of Owenaboro and they as well as tbe bereaved husband and mother less children have great sympathy In longdand having lived a consecrated life death bad no tears for her After fu coral ecrvloee by Dr E M Green the burial took place In Bellevue Cemetery Danville TOE Christmas tree at Hebron Methodist ohuroh was a success In every fea ture A prettier tree was never seen in a country church A large crowd attended and many nice and useful presents were exchanged Every reg ular attendant of the Sunday school was rememberel bv Mesdames J H Tucker and A C Dunn Bull tbe distribution of the presents tbe crowd punand dialogues were recited by Misses Margaret Rene and Bbblo Coffey and Anna Chancellor Nell Newland Llllle and Carrie Wade Clara Burns and DilIperlntendent Mr Sam Holtzclaw la a wideawake church worker and every one la pleased wltb lion progress be hue made Mr Henry Nowland deserves credit for going threo miles to tbe knobs to get a choice cedar tree when tbe church yard was tall of just puck evergreen X jIsprained his ankle It was thought at Ural to have been broken W D Elmore went to the mountains with a carload of hose which be will sell J D Horton and Sam Ballard Theswheat Meoefeo Eltnoro U a born mechanic easily malting anything bopeeds Our lag the recent drouth he constructed a water main from a neverfalling spring sear his house which has furnished an abundant supply of water for domestic purposes and fully supplies the farm The Dirk Werner Lodge No 601 of Masons at this place met tbe 27th and elected tne following ollioert J F senIW C Cummins secretary W II Cummlna treasurer T F Groat tes lor warden D F Thompson junior warden W G Cummin tyler t eTne Preacberaville school closed on The children received a boulI tlful supply of candy and bananas roe teacher Miss Lizzie Pettua deserves special compliment for having taught the best school we bave bad for soma time Now that school la out and tbe children are out of tbe way why will It not be a good time for tbe trustees to bave tbe school bouse piloted the fence repaired and get ready for the Spring term Miss Anna Cram of Colorado whole attending Georgetown College Is spend Ins the holidays with Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson Mils Francisco of Brodbead and the Misses Newland of Cedar Creek were visiting Misses Cummins Mr J T BID Raman and MODdayIelves In Jessamine Mr and Mrs J M Cress bave returned from a visit to relatives In Rockcastle Oliver Nay lor of Illinois la wltb hIs parents Ow en Duval has returued from Madison 01Ilv spent Christmas wltb hometolks hero Some time Friday night safeblowers made a fruitless attempt to blow the safe In W H Cummlna store They gained an entrance by picking the lock or by using a duplicate key They pull ed a Oil 0If of tbe Inside sate door and Inserted nltro glycerine through the opening It la known tbat tbe burglars had made a shot aa some of tbe soap used to cement around tbe door was butldlDItNextMulligan of Wllmore wbo came with his bloodhounds at 2 oclock In the afternoon and put the doge on the trail which was followed to where tbe crack men bad their horses or buggy stand Ing Some believe the robbers were In an automobile It Is thought to have been tbe work of novices No clue POLITICAL Chauncer M Depew will succeed himself as Senator from Now York Judge R L Stout of Woodford was appointed to succeed Judge Cantrlll WImore President Roosevelt has recommended drastic measures for abating the smoke nuisance In Washington A petition la being extensively cIr- culated and signed urging President Roosevelt to appoint John W Verkes to a place In the Cabinet Tbe resignation of Judges James E Cantrlll as circuit judge of tbe I4tb byGovday EWOOdlor and Grand Recorder bv the Nation al convention of the Sigma Nu Society at New Orleans Here and There LeoinA Chicago man It charged with drenching seven horses wltb kerosene atid applying a match Boeleyconsidering tho weather and price re alized were jshttafactory Nlnehun drcdpound cauln brought 1360 iM1 pound cattle 13 25 agedwork mules IiIto ISO work ealvell113ulair prices CHURCH MATTERS Dr W P Harvey of Louisville will preach attna Baptist cnurob Sunday morning and evening MENS tnddln hors blankets and lap robes la great variety at J C Mc Ularv l Notice of Sale LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT Morewe Sttpp Ac PMMffi vs KM Look ftc DfnJtnts NotfcvotSito ClrtultCouUItMm rye tlit tmJrsifflW GoMnluiMicr will an MONDAY JANUARY e rye About i F In front of the courthovM Jtoor In hIcIIKteIN real estate la Stanford Ky tw4 A Clltlaln bywMraWofJohnland SwIIntM- 54S iw W two action balsarequitedtfe to 0Dtn and lw rnF 6 Wf tot hitti tl from sate of site G B SAlFtEY M C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Otrrult OoHrt SICUftsInrauanttoaludgmentoftheLlneolnalr cult court rendered tbo above styled ao lion at the November term 1001 the under signed commissioner will on MONDAY JAN 9 19M About i In front of the court house door In Stanford Ky sell at public er followingdescribedcounty Ky and bounded as follows A tract of land on waters of Fishing Oreekone mile West of Klngtvllle on the county road beginning at attune near an old black oak E 08 poles to a black gum N E 96 poI s to tt stone N M W 41 polls to center of the road thence with same 8 W poles South lUi WS1 poles to a stone In tbo center of county road with same N 39 W poles South 13 W IIS poles to a stone 8 19H E II poles 8 5V1 W U poles 8 UH W 10 poles 8 W St poles 8 II W 0 loltm d M thebegInning neerywillterest at 8 percent per annum from Oct I 1003 until paid and the cost of this action glcensecaritypayabletothedate of sale O B SAUlLEY M O L C C Commissioners Sale LINCOLN CRCUiT COURT DlulhrtyDehIlllaRI tIMUutl4trslrndlMONDAY JANUARY t aeo hiSlintorJbest MdJcr fsthnrlM dwnW4 rnl Mtato situa ted In Lincoln comty Ky Istwandedsaid creek at a Mack oak thence nartfcwett to a whI e oak on the bank ota branch thence east to a whit toelIftnlnlasfellowss beInge withpotllltnpile with pointers thence N e4 i s E ia poles to a lIaclIbHlCeMrsMlnksstone with posters the last corner of the aforesaid its retract thence N 511 W 6j 14 poles to a snail white oak with roltters thence S n 14 W 6 14 poles to the becinnloc containing 40 and t arres more or lets The amount to be realueIro froSeptThe purr teaser will be required to give bond for the purchase money wltli approved security payable to the Commissioner and bearing Interest of 6 per tent until pa d The sale will be male upon- credlrof a 6 months GB SAUFLEY M CC JGMcGLM Y U2TDEBTAKBR EMBALMERAnd ABNESS SADDLX27 JeO Stanford KLy isL Beazley Co Undertakers end- Embalmers anopuwa- gtrFurnituraMattinguRtgs They UIdodea call frice rlghtaiTANFOED UCNTUOKT sr I f it tt tt Marks the oloso of tho bost yonr of oin business AV6 doshQ to thank nil who hnvo hoi pod to make it such nod for 1905 wo ask a oontinuunoo of your pntronngo For tho Now Your wo promise still bettor sorvioo and biggor YALU1SS when poasiblo Those nro days of progress anti we aim to troop always abreast of tho timos Vlion now styles appear wo got thorn Whon biggor VALUISS can bo had wo givo our customers tho full benefit of thorn Value giving with us is neither occasional nor spasmodic its the rule of cur establishment and those who buy of us regularly do so to their satisfaction and profit Wo think that our METHODS and our aU9ROHA3T DISE will plonso everybody If you aro not already OliO t let us number you among our regular customers fbr 1905 e tt tt Cummins McClaryt ISTANFORD KENTUCKYJ J psa s C PARKERS DALSAMInaim 1a niAr a rwruriaul rits to aetoro roatbheaterLLwpualel uu fceaetea Jack and Stallion Sale We will bold our st Jack and sMlltoa tale at Union Stock Yard LexIngton third week In February following MM tersall wales Write us for entry blank J F COOK k 00 Lexington Ky NOTICE All sauna having claims against the tll tote of Harriott L Abrahams deceaedi- t will please preaent thom properly proven all required br law to the und rsljnea adma stealer Those knowing themaelTCs tn debted to ions estate will come forward and settle W 8 RUIIOU Admr of Harriett L Abraham decease PUBLIC SALE I will on Saturday Jan 14 1906 at S oclock r v offer at pub lo tale to Ue um Rat Main street one piano almost stew very little used flee toned Instrument cost 8325 one extra See folding bed ono largo bill desk flne mIr- ror one new sideboard one wardrobe one ball heater and other household PI nub will be sold on credit of six months without Interest good note rut fdreaahlnlland 6AILIEVADNON E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford Pruitt Brothers Undertakers Livery Furniture New Years Presents PRUITT BROS Moreland Ky PUBLIC SALE As executor of the will of Fannli Doll deceased will otter for tale to the highest bidder on SATURDAY JANUARY 7 1008 At 10 oclock at her late residence on Rush Itraacb and Stnford pike near luhble the following property Ono twohorse wagon tied some harness 2 cows and 2 calves one good gentle family brood mare a good phaeton and harness sow and some shoal about 40 barrels of corn In crib 75 sbocksof fodder about IK tons sheaf oats In barn 2000 new oak shingles 50 bushels coal 25 locust posts and lot of farming Implements too numerous to mention together with a full line of household and kitchen furniture consisting of one coal and one wood cooking store Singer owing roachlue chaIn bed stead a lot o oleo bed clothing feather- beds oldtime reels and wheels earl a lot of other ancient relics too numerous to mon tlon always toned at a closingout sale where everything has to be sold Tracy All sums under 10 cash In hand over that amount a credit of six montb Interest wltb negotiable note ble la Qltlicn National sank of Lancu- tor Ky J J WALKKB JorIA W Bourne Anceer Dec M P SPECIAL BARGAINS t For you for the next two weeks at 1IIWide Danish Cl lha1l colors worth the sncrial price IJHo 30Inch Rhurk akin Suiting worth 4e epocuil price SHo jIt 40inoli Motion Cloth brown hue blank worth H6e ftfle ir54tnuh Broadcloth brown sad bluo worth hill eHtcial prfoopries o TJinoh heavy Stiitings fignrwl worth 75c special prlco 4 la 81 Tnfftta Silk browns tans white and blue special price IiOof8incIi Black Tntletu gunmntocd wear price 91M sjunjial Ladies Hlnok Jlorcorizwl UndonkirtB 8176 quality gleeful price X119 Ladle llluck Jloruorizcd Undorakirts 8220 quality epudul price 1101M yanlSplendid82 Lndiea1 Neck Pure reduced to f130 8325 Ladies Neck Furs reduced to 209 84 Ladies Neck Fore reduced to 2311 v 85 ladies NecK Furs reduced to 8320f88 Ladies Neck Furs reduced to 8fflO 810 Ladies Nook Furs reduced to Jfl25 Extra Special110 Fine Jockote eilkIincd worth up to 812 last ycnr3 ftylou Jliteea JackcU till woolworth 8175 8250 and 8J all go at tho special prico of 8169 Ladies and Men d 100 Uandkerchi XnniA 5c each MOils Silk Initial Ilandkcrchioischoico lOc Largo nice Silk Handkurchicft tho 50e kind special price 26c It is to your htp terext to see those Elegant Bargains and save enough to buyour friends Christmas present from your purchases hererTHE GRAND LEADEROWBLEV BLOCK WATCH OUIl ADtM B Levy 8 Co S B Levy r As a starter on January 5 1005 wd will inaugu rate the greatesti t CLEARANCE SALEr i t IIInThe Chas Wheeler Emporium iHUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY l itct Buy your Drugs Stationery Etc during 1905 of are Jr r WeB McRoberts DRUGGISTear I STANFORD iJ s And Save Money J I T WLT 1904 Bcforo wine of tho readers of tho INTERIOR JOURNAL goo this r advertisement tho year 1004 will lw gong Wo wnut to say right hero before we get too deep into tho business affairs of 1005 that wo appreciate ovary VnyAstore INTERIOR JOURNAL KT Dw M 190 IbII IT 4 moro satisfactory to start the New Year business oa a set DOW book We hate n large line o Ledger Day Book Order Uoolcnoto end should jou need noythlair la tbl WBT we will gladly furoUh you Pen flys Drug Bioro Stanford Ky PERSONALS MR 0 OAINBB wade Loul vlll tbl week Mil JOHN URIOUT JR hat beet quite flak Mn S D LRVY visited bit broths In Lbulnllht MISS QOIIBR of Perryvllle U with relatives bcrc- MHH L U JOSB8 of the Wet Bad remains very III f D H HAMILTON of uuUville II here on business MRS FRANK WILKINSON omorjtln U with MM Kd Wilkinson SllKLIiY TRIHIIW5 of Jelllto was a antler at this Aleut Wednesday Mma ISAHBLLA LUTBS of Lout fllle U with Miss Kola Tenses A D PAR8OX8 of Georgetown lame home 10 eat Christmas UsrVer- MBBDAMM Ho CARTBR ant J n are vliltlag In LoaUvllle IliMIBe RIIOUA WUIT Is bilk from a protracted vlitto her uoele to AUant- aJ8 OOOOB ba take a ptfslUoi f with W D Uelkaap ft Co LeuUfjIie MtSSBB Nova ef Danvlllv wire KUijstsot their father Ker K It No- elAltair JONMB of Kenton mioty II with his psrsaw IB tbe Marweo HM Hon MRS W U 1KNNT sod daughter fianvllle were cress ef relative fclrli tAWBNCii VAN ARSWALS at LM- IsTlUe1 tutat ran with itIseatrfalk key MR Alta MRS P M MOROHBMTT iptat Obrtuna wlU bw perw at f AriadUQ MnCkUMR ot OMkvlll III was oo t0 dystrata Wsud far Oral Orahard Is 1r11t R IS OAIMM and fatally lquo t T are here whb friend aDd relatives MRS W C POTTOS and baby joIned tho husband and lather la Jxtutivllli t Saturday MRS WILL SKftRANO bat return ed from a visit to her mother la Shel by county MRS M L OARVIN of Horse Cave I with her parenw Mr aDd Mrs So Thurmond MiSe SALLIe DUDDBRAR and Mr Itettle Hamilton returned from Load vllle to day Mn WILL UAHDIN of Chatttnooea pent Christmas day with hie brother Mark Uardln OEOIL WILLIAMS who Is delltbte with Somerset wa here Wednesday a and yesterday MR J E CLAUNCII wife and handsome son Joe of Somerset were guests at Mr JE Lyons MRS MYRTLR CARTER Was vUltlBC D B Edmliton sad M J fMeldame LouUvllIe MR A T NUNNBLLEV came all for way from Texas to pend a few days oft Cbriitmaa with his parents MR D R SKINNKR came froth Stonega Va to snood Christmas with It r his bomefolki at Hunonvllle- MR A A IIiaulNB who It attend lOll Bible College In LouUrlllc spent a few day with his parents hero MRS JUDITH ClIBSTNDT of Olen dale TrOD spent neveral dye with ber daughter Mrs Isaac Derrlo MRS DEN PICKETT and children who have been with Mre W A Trtb l l ble returned to Maysylllo Tuesday Mns WOODIFDALR ha taken rooms r In the Mvorn Houe Flats Mr John W Rout and family will move to her residence WILL HOPPER of Louisville and Walter Hopper of Dnnyllle pent a I portion of Christmas with their home folks bere Wir DILLION of Crab Orchard has bIn London and will move to that place In the near future Mt Vernon Signal MIBSEH NANNIB WOODS AND BBS SIR KAY ENOLEUAN who are attend I log College In Birmingham are at home for the holidays MIL W S MoOoiRR will move hie family to Yukon O T next week We enter a protest against uoh good people leaving Lincoln county HOWARD COLEMAN la down from d 1 Laurel county where be Is engaged In a coal mining otllce Winfrey Duncan will return with him and take a pOll tionMR E P OW8LEY wife and Mle Mettle Hays Owlev of Columbus Qa are with frleods here Mies Pearl Burnslde wbo has been their guest re turned with them Miss GBORUIA LEWIS has been quite ill Miss Kmi HAYS Is visiting In Lan caster Otto DRADLBY II olerklng for John Bright Jr Jt Co MK Funu HAHN of Knokotle wai a tutmaailul oallur this morning Mils MARY I DUHCII was vUltlns Samuul J Hutch ai Chattanooga POBTRlt WcALlBTBR of Way Mis U here with friends and relatives Tims H SHANKS was the guest 01 his Utter Mr U K Bourne at Nor SAOPLEV of Lexington spool several dye with hie mother Mrs J C McOlary BRYAN CARPBNTKR of Dayton 0 spent a few day with bIll pereute Mr aod Mrs A W Carpenter R 0 SAUFLEY has taken a poiltlor In the preierlption department of 0 S Porter drug store at Somerset HENRY ANDERSON bat moved bit family to the reitdenee on Rest Man treet be bought tome time ago Mies RKOA DAKKR one of Mt Ver cues prettiest girls II the guest 01 MtiH Cbloe coil Sara Baugbraan MR A 0 FAULUNKR who bat beei working as special gauger In Nortt Carolina It at homo for a few days MRS WILLIAM MORELAND and Mr Robert Marched of Lexington lIolot several day with Mrs W C Shanks MISS ADA SlIHLTON who It dolD- Ittenographlo work la Loulivlllo it spending tbe holidays with ber mother MR W J DOXIBR wife and little 01101 WllllamttowD spent the boll days with ber parents Mr aed Mr K T Pence MIBS MARY HACKLBY left lest week for Dayion Ohio where she will attend a house party at the home of Mln Belle MeCartv Miss LORA BOHON of tho Welt End his our thence for a liberal sample of tbo sausage the made which Is at rood ai ever a tooth clunk In WILLIK REYNOLDS baa returned tc Morelaed from Urbana III aeeomp Died byhl Ilnr Mlse Lore M Rey nold also by hid eoetle Mr H W Reynolds of CtDeleaall- MnaH8 KATK AND DORA PMKCB da llgbtfully entertained a Urge nurabo of their young friend last evealoe and title eveolng Miss fiesta Yaetl will rM elve In honor of MUe Lear and West of Laeeaiter Tits MissVan Artdale charmingly eot rtalD d Wednesday evening In booor of weir guest Miss Eitelle Berry of Lexington A large number ol quests were present aod enjoyed tbe ueitlnted hospitality of those young ladle LOCALS Two Hood band job prosaic for tale Write this oWe for particular OUR Preaebertvlllo letter telli of a futile effort to rob W H Cummins tore at that plane REWARD Plea e return our Fence Stretchers at once and receive reward 0GeorgeFOR SALTA cleanreh stock of Dry Good and a nice residence In Stan ford Ky John P Jones J TWO nice rooms over Hlgln store for rent cheep Suitable for ofllce or living rooms W H Hlgglnt Tim Ladle Aid Society of tbo Christian church will meet with Mr J K VanArdaleal2l M Saturday Jan 7th MRS J F LFA store at Lancaster burned The stock of the Lancaster Grocery Co was destroy od with a loss of 11500 LKwIS horseROIIERT ran away the other day and broke the top off of bit buggy Fortunately nobody was In the vehicle at the Limo DONT that 20per cent discount on gilt clocks diamond good and toilet articles ends oa Saturday night Deo J1 W H Mueller WHILE hunting on Mr Wm 81 Shank farm James and Thos Groer killed an Immense red fox The youth ful hunters fired six times at It before they brought him down UNLESS you settle with us this after will let tbo Newnoon or to morrow you Year catch you behind on your home paper For goodness sake dont let such a calamity befall you WHILE helping move a press for Ibis ofttce Henry Evans colored had a bone of bit fool broken Ho is a bardwork lag man and we are sorry that the jury will lay him for a few days BOUGHT OUTOuok Brae of Lan caster have bought the coal and feed Dullness of Elmer Denham Mr J B Buck will continue to run the business of Mr Northoutt and Mr B P Buok will run the coal business j Our Customers 1 eeaaWo havo been asked why this store doom many things fur its custom ors that othor starch forgot to do It is just this No matter how fino our storehouse how largo our stock or how perfect our system if wo did not havo buyers wo could not do much basinets Therefore thero is nothing consistent with good biiBinosaprinciples that we wont do for you you are a customer continue it you are not one be one this year l006 t SETjRA1lCE 8z SON ANFORD I i7THE CamioBIIBLTON millinery DICK ROUT a wellknown darkey died Wednesday olgbt DAR your eyes tiled for glasses be fore tbe Chrlstmna rub Satisfaction guaranteed Dr TN Craig B P JONB8 of thedim RISe k Jones MeKlnney produce men wal married Tuesday nlpbl to Laura Rey oold Tug hop Monday nigbtwas a monl ejitable affuir A number of belle I end beaux of Stanford and elsewber were present and tripped the light fan lasilo till the wee sme hour TUB remains of Suan Purcell ot Oarrard were brought through her- S today on their way to Lebanon for ID torment Mrs Puroall died at her home on Sugar Creek of a compiles lion of troubles aged 09 TUB thetail eau that the Daughter of tho Confaderao would meet with Mrs J W Alcor Tuesday afternoon was a mistake lb Chapter will meet the last Tuesday January with Mrs W A Triable TilE Christmas giant out by Cummins ft MoClary are the precut and handsomest we have seen Tbl up to date firm never misses an oppor tunily of showing Its appreciation of the liberal patronage It Is receiving IN the Bill will case Judge Jame P Bailey deelded that Mrs Aaron nan was of sound mind when she disposed of ber property giving a good portion of It to Mr J A Hammond and wife of Hubble earl tbe Insirumact was admitted to probate Attorneys for Ihe uan heirs say that they will take the case to the circuit court WILLIAMS Mr obiWilliams who suffered aootheritroke of parity III Friday died that night Ue U cur vlved by a wife who was a Mies Noal cad CHseoblld The burial oeenrred 10 Hastanvllte cemetery at 10 A M Sun day and was In obarge of the Maine Mr WIlliam came to the West Eei from Casey some year ego aed waa making Lincoln a most excellent olU Zen He was about IS years old THE reception given Mrs L E Cook Wednesday afternoon WM largely attended and heartily enjoyed Thi handsome borne was beautifully dec orated with holly and mistletoe and thr scene presented was a mot happy one Delightful refreshments were served Mesdames J W Uagln and M C Wll Item received and Meidame fllci Clojd W C Shanks and Miss Anm Cook charmingly entertained IN easier to our querry If he would be an applicant for postmaster again Postmaster Jame C Florence acid hi would be and It we mistake not a large majority of the patron of the Stanford office hope will be the succeislu one We do not know what backlni the present Incumbent ha for repub Meant dont let us oa to tbelr secrets but we do know that Mr Florence bait made a mOlt excellent otHolal and It ai clever a man as ever told a stamp Teddy bat said that be does not like thirdtermer but that may hays been done for effect Any way Mr Flor ences many friends here hope It and are willing to wager that tbe as sertion will cut no Ice la his case JUST as we were about to succeed la having the name of Spragglnt Well changed to Welchs Well Mr W H Hlgglnt and others having seconded our motion to do so the Somerset Jour ual which thinks It can run the affairs of Lincoln county ae well as those of Pulaskl come forward with this protest and we are eta loss to know what step to take next Go slow Eddie The name Spraggloa Is not veryeuphonious but it Is historical Among the flrst public record of your county that name Is found prominent The well reo ferred to was the private property of tbo laetof the line of Spragglns kept for many years at hit personal ex pense and kept free to the publlcat all time la seasons of severe drouth when others of more euphonious names locked their wells Spraggloa Well tbroloutwater In county and Hprajjvlno on forced economy of water la his own faintly la order to eke out the supply timeItervaate under orders to draw the wa ter and carry It homo for them Bio Remnant Sale now onellke woolens cotton goods Severnnoe f- cSja FOR ltlNTTb brink booM on Lancaster Street occupied by J W Rout Possession given Jan Lit P P Nunnelley 2t BAKBK tells that be will have charge of tbe Diugberty blaok smith shop after Jan aod that he will have an expert blacksmith to do the work A M BALLARD brother of Robert Y Ballard of Waynesbanr was killed at Peru Ind In a wreck oa the Wt bash Railroad He wee an engineer on tbal road The remains were brought to this county for interment A wife who wat a Mitt Camden and one child survive him W A Hammond and wife and the pastor of his church Rev Thompson of Peru accompanied the body The former Is Chief ol B L E b4S of which Mr Ballard was an honor ed member Mr Ballard was an olli car la F and A M aim and a member of hjfl church choir No engineer ttiood higher than be with the Wabash lye tem Local Continued on 2d PAlO NOTICE I as owner of the farm advertised for ule by W 8 Perch forbid tbe sale or root of the W K Buebftaaa farm W K Bocbannn Crab Orchard Ky aS PRICK aurgoon Dentist Stanford K IBentr UeRohorti Drag Slorn In thu Owilsj BoUdtci u For Sale Privately My house aRd1T1and situated JMtoatsMeof Iowa HalM on the Somerset pike lines ka rooms kitchen and ser Pants room pod seller stable and all neeetaary OHtbvlldlBg Water hydruut In the yard and one for stock J P BAILEY WANTED I Turkeys Ducks Gtese and Ctilckbni IlIgbMt eab market price II B NORTIICOTT Ha ford Ky Stockholders Meeting A UHleUnjt of HIP stockholders of tbe First National Rank of Stinforil till be held at thalr banking house tbo second Tuesday in for the purpose of electing directors for tho ear JOHN J McROllfiKTS Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of tho stockholder of the Na tional Dank of Uastonrlllf will be hold at their banking bouse In Hu tonTlle tbe second Tuesday In January 1905 between 9 and 12 tho purpose of electing direc tUti to servo the ensuing olr- J W HOOKER Cashier Stockholders Meeting A meeting of theitoekboldenof the Ua coln County National Rank ot Stanford will be held at their banking house the second Tuesday In Januaiy IMS for the purpose of electing directors the ensuing year J B OWSLEY Cashier R A JONES DENTISTStanford ILy Office le Myer House Parlor Phone 01 Nice Home For Sale I Having decided to return to Somerset I otter for sale my home on East Main Street In Stanford The ttalc1ence Is a sixroom brand bath room and All conveniences The lot contain about IS acres of land and the home 1s a most delightful one For further particulars call on or write me at Somerset J B Beck or Wm Beck at Stanf- ordPUBLIC SALE IlIalng sold my farm and going to move to Ky I will on THURSDAY JANUARY 8 1005 schoolhouse In LincolnNear Sugar Grove county commencing promptly at 10 oclock sell the following described property Two good mares horse I extra Jersey cow I stiorthorn cow a yoke of wellbroken steers two stoen t helter a yearling steer logs weigh 1261bl 50 One Plymouth Rock chickens about 50 barrels cum crib In shuck 200 shocks fodder tack InI millet bay flooring mowing machine as now a twohorso wagon and harness a buggy and hArness a set of blacksmith tools a cane mill and evaporator I big plow Oliver chili 3 double shovels 3 single shovels a good cooking stove a heating stove bedsteads chairs a big kettle and all kinds household and kitchen furniture many other things Terms made known on day of sale ABEL BRYANT Col J P Chandler Auctioneer 1905 etrale a Our motto Is go forward There is no standing still the business aflolrs of lifo and we are not satisfied with what wo have done nor are we expecting you to patronize us for what wo have done but it is what we can do and will do for you the coming year We propose to make eomo changes and to add many othor featuroa that will mako for the comfort and conven iences of our patrons Trade with us this year 1005 yST W of up If by be wa up for for new In At Cost To Quit Business I inStanfordMONDAY JAN 2 1905- Our entire stock of Dry Goods Notions and Shoes at COST Sale to continue until stock is disposed of This is certainly a grand op portunity to supply your wants with the best Merchandise ever offered in Stanford Fine Dress Goods Notions Laces Embroideries Lace Curtains Spreads Novelties in Waist ings Cut Glass Ware c c We have al ready received new things for Spring and all must be closed asquickly as possible ti K 1IlSin also offer for sale residence proper ty one of the nicest homes in Stanford John P Jones Broad Shouldered HJMRoberts THE BARGAIN STORE Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods From the Great Bargain Sale of Sweeter PcmbrookJitJCo of Now York This is an opportunity which seldom occurs Wo advise all who can to coma ns early as possible to attend this the greatest sale wo have ever offered Ladles Furnishing Goods ladies tailor made suits worth Viand 820 are on saje nt 8450 to 750 Ladies uptotlato Jackets 85 to 810 now on snlo at 82y 0 to 84 Ladies and Misses Skirts worth 8150 up to 85 are now on ealo at J8c to S2 48 Ladies corsets from 19o up Latest styles of petticoats from 59c up Ladies dress and coarse Shoes at 98c and up Mens and Chlldnns Furnish- Ings Great lino of Shoes for chhldreaffrom ISc up Mens Dress ing Shoes from 98c up Mens Clothing from 83 a suit up Mens nice Overcoats from S2CO up liens Sunday 1ants from 7fic up Chil drens nice threopiece suits from 75a urBosttrents anti Ladies Stockings from 4o up so Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY LfMEINTMORJUUBNAL Rlternlialw PtOIIOJiIt at SYaIIJerd as ueondch stSMr rUllUUMIBK TUHWIATM spas nUU- VYtsioOPER AT YEAR CASH rsr When not so paid ftM will be charged Farm For Sale I On ftooosnt of Illhealth I desire to sell privately rav tarts of 179 aero Located In edge of Uuetonvllle Oood Improvements fruit never falling water as whole or bouts on lower part O B BARNETT Hnstonvllie Ey BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce k Darter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage U solicited Horses on commilaioDI Stock Pons J H IOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford KYIOood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Aleo Dealers In Goal Riflwaij Saloon COOD ik RICE Prors Finest wines wfiUky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexington fcuaon nine rt + Deer Cute keg and bottled 0 Brent SouUiwood miser Phonij 86 Stan ford ICy DaJJ Tratjlor DSALtR Wlilsku Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc Oarpmttr House Olou to Opot STANFORD KY Prompt n4 polite attention Nothing but the ben to drink Mall phone a ttlteripn order receive eroopt attention LUTES BOONE 8 CO Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farm will do well Jo seo ui We have a Dumber of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farm for eale and will be pleased to ihow any one what wo have It you desire to sell Liver It In our hands Office at one Stable Stanford By I R B Mahooy p Insuranci Agent Solicits a share of the patronage of tho property owners in Douuties of Doyle Lincoln and Uasey who may be seeking in turance against Fire Lightning and Tornado Nono but the and best OldLine Com panics represented and the low cat sihle rates are guaranteed Phone B- 2Stanford Kentucky J 9TEDai We whose n appear below itrlctly passing rorblil ono r places or and aD will prosecute of tres tors to the full extent of the Uw Obrle Ensslln J II McAlliter Mrs Kate Ador Itelchenbach Br c Fred VonOruenlRan Vnd VocAlluian Prcd Baumann Altrefl Blmpson Oeorpe Holmes Sllws U tU8 U Relchenbacb r Charles Oummlns Jos Bmllou A 0 DunS It Holmes W B Amon W It DAugherty M J lloflooau tt D Wmor Peter W Jarter J Nevln Carter J E nrucw If Sliomkor Tb as Kerrlll green Kerrlll V J Oonn InDiGESTION I we s troubled with tom fh trouble Tbedfordf BUek rOodIIItor lieiae I took In s TMrMna BAUAU E elf lrtF1ELD BlleHiTille Ind TL UfordtDlack Draught quickly invigorate ac- tiU of the stomach and ofiudigetion Thedfordsionally yon will keep your perfect THEDFORDS lAiDRAUiHT More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedford1 lIIakltrst1llht not only relieves constipation but cures diarrhiPft and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular All druggists sell the package best Black medi 1IIcentusedMRS the bowels ANT Eneads COnSTIPATion tl f LANDSTOCKCROPSRTC John Onllugtif of Meroar ban tur key that welifbi 42 pounds M J Parrl of tingle gold to Lab man k On VK exivort cattle at J 80 Janice F Itwiogt farm of 160 nsrcr near Bowling Uresn told tar 110400 Luke Blatikbsro the wellknown raoa horse and tiro it dead near Naihvlllo- K 0 Galewood of Mont ornery sold SO 080 pounds of Burley tobacco at 3is Joseph Palm told to John White 900 acres of land three miles from Parts at 8100 Thomas Metoalf of Boyle got an at orojro of 13 barrels of corn off of 20 scree Ills Highness the celebrated thoroughbred etalllon Is dead In Pajctte countyJ Robinson S Bro sold to J 0 Johnson of Boyle 20 1160 pound cattle at 4c and 42 175 pound hogs at 4o WANTED A small Blue Grass farm from 50 to 100 acres with Improvements J M Royiioldt Wayncsburcr Ky Jiy Caldwell weighed 22i lU25lb cattle toT W Bales which wore purchased several days ago at 4icAdvo cate 2oUbuSharon Mate The prlco Is said to be 10000 A B RatolifTe of Montgomery coun ty sold hls crop of COOOO pounds of to bacco at 12c It was ratted on 27 acres Arthur Jacobs sold 28000 pounds at the same price Be Quick Not a minute should bo lost when e child shows syraptoaut of croup Cbtra berlams ough Remedy liven as soon as the child becomes homes or oven after the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack It never fall ond is pleasant and safe to take For sale by all dnlggiet Sheriffs Sale For Taxes On Monday Jan 9th 1005 being tho first day of the Janua ry term of tho Lincoln county court I will between the hourS of 0 oclock A M and 4 oclock P M In front of the courthouse door in Stanford Ken Lucky soil at public outcry toth high oat and best cash in the following list or so mush as will pay taxes cost and penalty As fast as payments are made the names will disappear The amount set opposite each nami- includes 0 per cent penalty and cos ISaughnrnnSherilT STANFORD W IIITE 813ynoros Burke Frank 10 notes 4 7 Carrico E 1 Hero 5 Curtis P A 35 acres 4 Dollins Mrs Kittle 2 nerve 3 0 Elunn Dr Oeoe hobs S4 acres 27 McDonald J J 400 acres I1 MoKlroy F P 100 aoros 8 Smith Thos town lot 6 Stono W T 105 aero Vnught 30 W H acre G Waddle Thos town lot b Whito Mrs M N R 67 acres 10 Ycwkey 0 Jno N HH Iloros- COIRBD 7 60 Adams Josso 3 ncros 415 Bailey Thos 4U acres C 46 Boono May N R 0 ncros 2 80 Bripgs Emily town lot 2 65 Uurdotto Josh 0 acres 5 20 UurdotU Grant 1 acre 4 06 Carr Andorson 40 aaros 9 65 Carson Ileadlj N U 1 acre 1 IS CotTey Potortown lot hat 2 06 Cowan Ceo 4 ncros 6 70 Craig Plem 1 hero 4 JB Dawson Kittle town lot 2 45 Embry Belie town lot 3 00 sans Dlok 3 tracts 3 Ht- G hens late 10 acres 4 Of- Jrigsby Jim two tracts 3 W Harris Walter 1 acre 4 IS Haynes barley lot 8 49 Hays Will lot 411 Higgins Henry 0 mires 1 00 Hill Wyatt 1 acre 4 05 Hill W 2 acres 3 86 Jackman Sam acre 3 W Junes Agnes lot 2 30 Jones Wm 3 lots U 00 Tones Belie lot 380 Laky Toa Sr 3 acres 4 U- 6Lurkcy WI lot n OS Lc Sank N It i zero 4 03 McMullen JOiI L 2J acres 3 00 M Mti Men Wilson 6 acres 4 06 MulliiiH Willii A acres 4 16 Iliiinan LJixa 1 acre 3 10 toss Lewis 2 acres 7 85 Rout Ilichard i acre 3 70 tout Sam acre 3 76 Bout Dick A Son 3 acres 2 10 Sims Sam 2 acrvn 4 16 Simpson Kline 3 acres 4 40 St wiui Monroe 8 ucrea 4 00 SI WHI t Harrison 8 acres 2 55 Vanursflale Dan 4 acres 445 Watkins Henry sere 3 00 Walliii Tulern hr lot 3 06 WhitUy Jam 10 acres 2 68 ttilhnit tWits 20 am 6 OS Womls Shelby 4 acres 4 15 Young Margnrct 3 acres 3 00 4ItAll ORCIIARll WIIITU Alums heirs JO acres 3 00 Adanirt L and N SSf acres bal JI- 7Andcfson John 5 acres 4 40 1Irs Urouchton J S 2 lots 15 70 Kroufrhton Julia 50 aciim 3 Brown C D ill acres i 00 Brown Mif iii acres j felark llobt r o uctcs 4 ia Cammliw Mrs I IIza 10 acres 11 10 Daugherty Win 45 acren 4 16 Davis heirs 00 noreo f 16 DeBRy Tno 3A acres 4 16 Dillon A W IH nt rec 85- DUIou Mrs S J 10 acre 2 SO Prnxlpr Mrs Elizabeth W4 airen 18 00 Oooeli Mrs Mvtikla 32 acres 2 70 Gofer B F SO acres II n- 5Orham K W 10 notes 4 40 ITaffgrtul heirs Ho acres 2 85 hasty Mr Dell 25 antra 2 55 ntalt A M 2 tracts 12 lo Hinds Gee Ho arms 4 46 lIulohttoB J M loo acres le oo horn Jno K it 2 tracts K 06 JaworiUky August 2 tracts 5 05 Johnson Airs 5 O 76 sores 4 06 Knitter Fred 2t acrea 2 66 Lofever Jno IOC tables 12 So Lewis O P loo aoros 6 05- Mlllor WmttnoruB 416 Newman Gustavo 00 notes 6 Noukos A U 40 notes 6 20 Nonko JattU R lo awee 2 85 Osburn M M 66 autos A 2o- Parlgan Robt loo aoros 4 Oo Parish Goo Oo aoros 4 05 Payne Jas L 47 aoros 4 15- Plumtnor Jas lot 4 05 Pruss Jno 4o aoros 6 05 Rotors Wm H 63 acres r 6 7o Soveranoo heirs 1 acre 2 55 Shat J F 7 Boros 12 oo Singleton Chas do acres 34 lo Smith Abos heirs lot 14 Oo Smith Mrs America 13o acres 3 4o Smith Martin 48 aoros 4 06 Smith Frank So aeros 3 O- SSmIUi W R 20 tores 4 4o Smitb Mrs Margaret SJ acres S 96 Stephens J II 24 aoros RO Stephenson 0 L 2 tract 8 60 Stringer Tom 3 acres 6 2o Stuart Elizabeth coo acres 4 oS Stuart A P64 notes 436 Taylor Jos L 4o acres 3 Oo Thompson W D K notes 3 oS Turnbull W C N R 80 acre 7 68- Woavor W II Co aoros 4 O- BWegmann Emil loo norae 6 06 Wilson Comodoro 84 awes 4 05 Wren Stephen Co acres 4 16 Wren A A four acres 3 9o CRAII ORCIIARDOOIARB0 Anderson Jno nero 6 3o Blakomore Ann 1 Sate 2 66 Bright Jas 2 4 16 Rutolter Amanda 4 acres 3 to Carson Sarah 1 note 2 30 Cruse Emma S aerw 2 26 Curtis Wm ten ashes 2 Bo Delaney Henry 3 acres 3 9o 16tHansford Belor lot a 10 HIggins Uelln lot I 80- Moberly Julia four acres 2 Pork ins Bob t note 4 40- Perkins Wm two items 4 ll Rice Mary one acre 2 l Smith J U 24 aerie 2 51 Sutton Vas dire noses 3 Uc Woloh Jim five aorta I II Welch Rhoda ono acre 2 61 YNtISUUMlIlTE Ballard 0 2o aoros a 40 Ballard 0 II fifty acre 2 I- Bastln S B 165 acres 7 76 0M0 Baugh Silas A 32 acre 4 as Baugh lion loo noros to 0o Beck to Id Fred N It lo notes 6 oo Bonne M S Io2 acres 0 iBryant Dr M G three acne 6 OS Byrd Jos fifty autos i 20 Bastln Wms holts four auras 2 Iti Caldwoll II U 63 acres I oo Carpenter Bros 16o notes S 4o Clark Jas 77 acres 6 20 Cot roan W D Zoo net M 516 Cook sill fifty asses I 1o CunilffhcipTIen foar acres 7711 Davh JOlm 16o a wee 606- Do1Rneyrtfl 4n new 416 Dye W J flffcyllir noises a rBalk 0i01t IJftJ acts 4 4- 6t unlkiwr B P Ito pores 6 to Floyd R Ji eight aoret 4 46 Ploreooe J B sixty acres Vo Pok y lamer 20 acre 4 16 l on L tan acres 4 25 Poky Prank to PH 4 86 Frarfer R H three acres 426 Oooch Mrs W A 06 acres I 411 Hate Jeff six acres 485 Harri T A 67 acn 6i Humphrey Morgan 87 acres j 4o Hicks David two acres 4 45 Hillock A T Shy aOftll t 10 Holtrn Wm one acre 4 aS Horine R K too acre 16 69 norton Jno 121 acres 11 Houp J W acre St Howard M lot II eo Hutchison B D thirty acres 4 IS Tndinjriili Hrm flftytwo acres 4 Wj Johnson Mrs SB thirty acres 4 u6 Jones P II 16o acres 986 Tone Oninvllln fiftyfour acres 714 Kamiusky Mrs C fo acres 180 Lauth IlYn 25 odes 4 16 Lackman Jno fcN Itl 25 acres 2 M Martin Owens 75 acres 456 MeLnuffbRn Wil 51 afire 4 o6 McMullen Green 73 cats 7 46 Mond L H2U aiv 10 Go Moore tluus IK acres 4o Moore David Often acrttH 4 to Morgan Sallie twenty fl ve acred 2t0 Morgan Tot acres 2 4o Morgan 3ln JlnryJ 2f cult I to Jorfciin Um loosens Ii 16 Jaylow Joe Pao iifitx Ii o5 Vulllns S S I aws 4 tai Nikulia Fmi Uo uures 1S f5 Oaken Peter Io3 acre 6 16 OITermnn Jno two tracts 4 0o Orcutt J J 125 a ros 11 4o PadtteU hack 212 acres 0 05 IlOAIIOI1 Prlvitt f no 3S acres 6 2 Robinson inn ten aoret 3 Do Royston Jesse one aerie I 80- HlmiiM 1N ira 02 acres 9 lo 8ingk ton J A six autos I Do Singleton Mrs Mary Jn aorv 3 31 Smith A H So Gore 4 41- SuiJUi Frank 49 acres 4 Ofi Smith JAR loo acre O- SBpaWlng J A 26 note 176 Story 11 H Ml ncroe 11 16 Trowbridne D L 3o noses 7 06 Trusty Cha 4 aores 6 la- Uplhef rove J B M acres 4 4o walls J D 26 acres 11 f walls John T 96 aoras 4 08 walls Jfrs Jf L ill acres 2 80 ware w B fifty norM 4 08 wnro Riley 15o novas i 40 white T w 75 auras 4 oo Williams Robt 60 acres 0 05 winches Chas 167 acres 0 15 Yocum lulls 11 acres 4 05 Young Clark 101 flutes 3 05 Young Ceo 75 acres Go Young Mrs A JCo noros 4 55 W YNlISuultOoornlUlU- Doone ifaloy 3 autos 2 15 Jones Eddie 2o autos 3 35 Martin w J ftOO notes 4 So Vulllns Kltia twontyflro cares t 30 IllWTONVlU8 WHITt Akin MM Frances let 8 jOS Akin George seven acres 90S Aldrich A U 115 acres 31 45 Austin Mrs MJ one and a half acr 55 Dalley Mn ran five aero 2 jj- Datlow John U tan acne 65 Bridgewater Mrs Jemlma lot 5 95 Ilnrtoa A J lot 6s CantMill J T twmntf acres 4 Cey1Vm tot 545 Coulter Mn E A 4H acres SS Curtis George W 30 acres Flinn John thirty aetet r t Cover C L one hundred acts t o Gresham Waller 4 H acres 4 Groshem J L lot h SS Harp W U sic acres 4 10 Helm Mn K B rixty throe acres 10 50 mini Wyatt UIl acres 7 05 HughM Frank let 55 Johnson Mrs M J let s t Kllpaitick N H five acres 6 15 Lanck F G Urn one banded acre 4 05 Lanham Wm three acre 55 Lay George tw acres 4 40 Lay James fifty one acres 4 65 Lowder Dr W L two IoU IK 15 Lucas R B fear aerek 415 Luau W A three acres 4 40 McCormack Mn Lucy Ij acre 2 j McCormack George M j6 acte 7 71 McCord Mn Mary forty acre J to Moan Mrs Viola lot Mordand Mn M W jH acre 8 y5 Murphy Sara three acres 4 rf Nail Sailie lot 19934 a slOW eas Jark fertyaipbt acre 411 PC ton D H C tat 651 Pardcm j ft let 7 03 Roult WDtfi area to Os Rowe L A forty acres 4 Scantaad Mra Amelia is acres i rr3 Sheen Wm Ml 53 Slaughter C R kx 65- Slatum G W is acres 4 Steele I F lot u 60 Stringer James sl acres j 91 Trusty George one acre j Os Hllcber Jerry hn 26 acre a 30 Hbod Josie col cne acre 2 46 Young Heickhh to acres 4 66 HU8TONVIUK OOUMB- OAloornf Fannie one acre S i 30 Aloorn Dick hIS dgbtaore 4 to- Malley Charlo half awe s Bakiuck Lucy let t M Bright iota Iwenero 4 OtuwtH Ion IN acres 038- Drown Mat let As frown Joint 0118 acre s M Dwtaa r avid ii acre 4 it- QftUwell Bliss thirty few acts 408 Carpootsr George tan fertjr acres s 86 Csiyd Msriau three ace a Ctoyd loita X acre 3 Durham Dan thirty sans 4 ss DothasB R C fifteen acre s 40 Given Aadanon two acre 5 40 GtMns MeOie kit w cock Can loaf acre 4 70 ioode lhillilteaacre 4 to flacks Gras a 4 acre tMlaswe j W Hubble Gay 4 acre 4 cjo yore Martha lot 2 U- Mastenos N Uon tuwacre 3 McKinosy Oscar one acre 4 15 MorelsHd Bob five acres 4 15 Mottos George one era 4 n Morton John six none i 5 Owes wale hear acre 4 x Reynolds Mary J lot to Ross usury lOt o Ruwaey loita la F Smith Faratss hn Jut i5 StphenscCharter t acre e Stoke Tom fouracra i t Trice Mitchell one afire i wade Deipbia silL acres kh amt two acres 4 waoUrdge Peter one acre 45 Estray Notice I Etray l or tolen from the Hurali r Fun sra tliCtaappiir Pap lko near Crab Qrsliar a rod steer about two voatu old with poculliir marking should weigh 604 or 840 pottud Also tereral bead of cheap A reward will he paid for tbe return nt this StoCK Aildreti Loirk 11 Stanford Ky orJ H Oolllef Crab Orchard Ky TothelnsuringPtublicl Ilnvlnp had a loin under Policy No KI IS7T68 of Horon Insurance Co of Now York Jour U Wcttreo Agent Stanford Ky I nm prepared to recomrsend tlienbovlI to you tell you for prompt and tlbondettlements of leers U none butter nod I dare say taw good They do not deduct one fourth from your as some wouldbavu you believe but willingly nnd cheerfully pay you all the Indemnity that you tay them for Beware of Mutual or Atseanioent Companies lor further particulars in regard to Mutual or AsiPtwrnent Companies oddros me M OUUKN Mraiclv JingavplpIiy First National BankOt Stanford Capital Stock JSOOOOj This Institution was originally established M the Deposit or Stanford In lice otetanfMdthe National of Stanford In 113 baring bad Iraoll8l111an uninter rupted eitatoncn or 43 It li better applied now with faallltlmi for Iratuaet everbeforeAccounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and porattons Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL Directors J B Paxton OWlloyI W 0 Walker Oeo W Garter J It otter L 0 Oooeli W II Gumming W Bright U L Babble w II Shank Kyi tank Pint Bask years Cor awn to The Farmers sank k Trust Company and under same tn o contlnnouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneflelal WI Officers J noOKtm Preii 8T hams 1res J J MoltUBRKTB Cur WKAHBNAMt Obr Directors Reid Danville Harris Stanford J 8 Busker BUnfnrd K Tanner MnKlnnoy Rluiuro 8 IL llaughtnan Stanford Mill Stanford Jai Robinson Hubble I II llanrhuian Stanford J MIIItUI Stanford Ed Carter Stanford 1 STOCK 90OOOO Officers BDANK8 rrelana J OWSLEY OkihUr IllHOHT Amt Cashier A Happy New Year 0 Greeting 1905 o With the coming of the New Year wo tender the compliments of the season to our patrons our friends Bud to nil others Our only resolution for tho coming year is us always to try to do still bettor those things that wo now do well and to extend and improvo our business in every way possible May the New Year bo a bright and prosperous ono for you PENNYS DRUG STORE aRerular Style Stays 12 In or GIn tpirt V W II r T L M U T V u B W U StanfordKy IHEADQUARTERS 5peb IStblade of large strong lighgnid stool wires hciivily jjalinin Amply jrovidw for expansion anti contraction Is practically ctll lasting Never goes wrong no nuttier how grant n strain in put itrDocs not mutilate but docs uflkiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigsEVERY ROD OF AMERICAN PENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers anti by us nil And see it Can show you liw it will save you money and fattce your fickle MI they will stay fenced GEORGE H FARRIS 6 CO Stanford Ky All putties who owo 1110 will ploaso call promptly Jan 2J 1905 and sot tie their ncoonnts I will then be nblo to express iny appreciation in person of past patronage and solicit n continuance of stone during tin comfng your Will N Craig M D Pharmacist Phone No 13 Stanford Kentucky l toneaJPand of per fect workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monu ments Markers and Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky ILettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SON LcxlngtonKYl1 TRADE WITH McCORMACK PEACOCK f HUS flONVJLLEENTUCKY