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Ji t r SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL rXXX1I STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 319053 P M NO 91 l OTTENHEIM Rube Adam tobnek on hie old Stamping ground working for Dr J1 Morris The ialo ot lest week destroyed and dammed a lot ot odder scattering II all over the Holds James Johnson ot Garrardbrit our chased sod moved to tbo Uryanl Kld r place on Ollmoro creek Tbo Jaroe boys aro through strip IIOIl tobacco and It It In tine tbsuo and It pronounced by Joseph Martbbanks to bo tbo boil that he hat seen thli set ton The James tiros who hove been standing Idle with thtlr sai mill on ac I count ot the scarcity ot water are pre preparing for business since tbo recent tt ralat We have found out loco our lilt writing bat a former resident of ibis place Is ncjoyloK the Ottcnhclra Items In Fort WaToe led especially our clog dance write up W T White of the firm uf White is Davis was married Wednesday to Miss Minnie Boono They drove to Elder J O Livingstons and were married by that gentleman at his homo The bride m Is a handsome and tccomnllthed young woman wbllo the groom Is an energet ic business man and both bave a botof friends Mr White has bought the Abel Bryant farm for IlttiO and will move to It sooo Mike Long aged 15 Is the cbamplon sportsman ot tbo hour be having killed a large wolf on the Widow Gray on farm It measured lire feet four Inches and was no doubt tha nnlmal that has been causing so much excite meet In this vicinity W V Chandler who bee traveled from ocean to ocean proooucced It a genuine specimen of lu kind and congratulated bis nephew for doing such a brave deed Science has found a good substitute for everyone ot the medical uses for which alcohol may be employed Asa hypnotic as a stimulant a a tonic as a cleanser or an antiseptic other drugs have been found or manufactured that are superior to alcohol It Is now reo ommended In boopluU and the sick room only In the cases of patient whoso convivial habit Lave enei vated their systems tlutu iilmulut ts necessary and where there U no Choice at to what kind shall be used Alcohol may now be dropped from the pharma copoeia without ios to surgery and medicine The best that can be said for alcohol Is that In certain rare stance It has done no apparent harm Kansas City Journal A Grim Tragedy Is dally tnactrtlln thousands of homes as Death claims In each one another vie Una ot Consumption or Pneumonia But when Coughs and Colds ats properly l treated the tragedy Is averted K G Huntley ot Otklandon Ind writes Mjrwltt had coniunptlon and three doctors rave her up Finally she took Dr ling Sew Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and today oho Is well and strong It kills the germs of all diseases One dote re Moves Ouu sntecil at dOe and f by Pen nya Drug Store and Lynn liros Crab Orchatd Ky Tbe annual consumption ot lies on the 203132 tulles ot railroad track In this country ls 114000000 Every year tied It balder for the railroad to Let their supply Granite metal and con crete ties have bees experimented with but nowhere permanently adopted In Kurone the railroads have for a longtime been treating their ties by various chemical processes which have more than trebled their live The Bu ream of Forestry at Washington hoe- been conducting experiments along these lines for tom lime fNo last rose of summer Is known In the South But petals are red As a kln laden mouth From the first day ol May Until May first again White roes red rotes Acd fellow Tbo plain Is tarred with rare bloom No winter nor drouth No last rose of summer It known In tbe South Greatly In Demand sNothing It mote in demand thnc a med icine which meets modern requirements 7 for blood and system cleanser such na Dr Kings New Lift Pills They ole just y what you need to cure stomach nod liver s troubles Try them At Peonys Drug store and Lyne IJros Crab Orcbatd Ky 25c guaranteed t Statisticians find inul something like 2000 vessels of ull sorts disappear In the sea every year never to bu hoard from again taking with them 12000 human beings and Involving u money loss of 1100000000 These figures show lost by wrecks at sea over oil the world U six time 1m than that wbleh occurs oo the rallroadsof the United Btatea each furIl MATRIMONIAL The Pulnikl clerk issued 43 marrlago licences during the month of Decem berWilliam Meek und Miss Arzonla Meek were married at Highland yesterday Mite ObrlsilnoOIIIUple third daugh ter ot Col C C GllliMle ot Somerset was married lust weekto Will Deloter of that city A L tlollle aged 50 and twice aI wldowor and Mr Emma Catherine Lanu a widower of U2 wero made one Ml Tnornas Mason yesterday Alabama planters are being urged by banking interests to grow more grain end poutosc thus reducing the cotton acreage and preventing low price for the staple Secretary ol Agriculture Wilson say It would be necessary for the planters ot the South to burn 2000000 bales of cotton to raise the ratrlcet price Do thinks a better plan would bo to hold the crop another season und roduco tbo acreage Tbe ronrrlaje license clerk In Pitta- burgays there III a decrease In the numbcrol wed4togethrenonaccountof the prcut locrraio In ton cost of liv lag CAnt Teddy cams to the rescue ot the poor who want to marry but are not abler Uo ought to do so U toems that bo can do almost anvthlng else KINGS VILLE Some hungry person stole a pair of ickln ducks from Mr D M Crclghton a few nights since Several ot the C Ss high olllclals also two detective were here looking Into a recent velocipede smash up Miss Ora CriO1n Is visiting Dr and and Mr Warren at Woodstock Mr D C Allen of Ousionvllle was here Mr E W Crclghtoo WITMcCariy fallbtul salesman U taking a short recreation with friend at Somerset Mr Wcatherfofd our utgbt operator Is III Champ Murphy of Narka Kan Is spending the holidays with relatives here Mr and Mu Archie Francis and children nave moved to W L Mo Carty0 farm near Stanford Dr and Mr Warren and baby have returned to ihetr homo at Woodstock Dr Warren will teacnbere again next vear Mis Lucillo Johnson went to Lexington Thursday where she will spend a week with Nu James Roy and will go thence to Verona to visit refs tive Miss Laura Dye has returned home alter a pleasant visit to friends at Danville Mrs Charles Trusty and ba by arc visiting at Georgetown Miss Del n SwoeoeT ol Wllllamstown visiting her hometolkt A Correction The roceetsiatementlntheINTEiLIOR- Joule AL that I got no voter la Madison or Garrard counties as the prohibition candidate for Congress Is Incorrect A few days after the election Mr D V McCocineyt secretary of State very kindly wrote me stating that the can vassing board from Madison county had not reported any votes for me but evl dently votes had been cast for me In that county He alo wrote that It was not In the province ot his clJlce to noti fy board of failure to report all votes but Suggested that I write to the sber III of Madison county and ottered me the privilege of enclosing his letter with mine I did and still no report was sent At my request a few day BRO the clerk of the Madison county court sent me a certificate signed by the canvaielng board viz John F Wagers iberllT Madison county Will ler Bennett sod T J Smith stating that I received 62 votes In Madison county Garrard county returns busy 10 votes for me hut none were reported Boyi cases aro In open violation of the Kentucky election laws and will be further Investigated Very truly A W CAHIKNTEK LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Lutes Co sold to J S Hooker iG good stock ewes at 93 Bright Fox told to Ed 0 Walben of Donaldioo La 25 sifplir mules at A small Blue Grass farm from to 100 acres with Improvements J M Ruyuolds Wuyncsburg Ky T J Alexander killed four hogs 10 months old wblob weighed 2200 lbs The largest one In the bunch weighed 685 pounds Montlcello Outlook Sickening Shivering Fits Ague and Malaria can bo relieved and cured with Electric Hitters This is a pure Ionic medicine of especial benefit In malaria for It exerts n true curative In flucncc on the disease driving it entirely out of the system It to nmclr to be pro ferred to quinine having none of title drugs bud aftereffects JS S Monday ndJRun1dlclBftvoil his life For wile at Pennys Drug- Store and by Lynn Iros Crab Orchard Ky PritftifiOc gllnrantcctlI NEWS NOTES John L Sullivan la to lecture on Historic Sports In Boston Wllsn Watson aged 80 years was burned to death at lardwell Of all authors Henry Harland prob ably writes the smallest hand Fire at New Orleans destroyed over a million Suet of lumber valued at 842t 000 Thomas E Gavin a St Louis polltl clan was shot and killed by Henry B LutzDr A C Wood ono ot the most prominent ctUio of Oeosboro Is deadOJd Rogers was shot and killed by James Itlddle an old enemy In Bath countyJudge John C Cooper A veteran law yer died yesterday al his home In At chore we Walter and Dow Patterson brothers Jed Il und It were drowned at Ak ron tad- Mllierd Flllmore Marsh lor 15 years editor of the MaysvtlloJJUulletln died of consumption Shock from exploring cannon crack ere caused a Lexington boy lo become temporarily insane Tbo submarine tunnel connecting Boston and Gait Boston Mass wee Opened for public travel Six thousand hungry men women and children were fed In Chicago by the Volunteers of America uopperjtbectreat Three persons lost their lives In a fire which destroyed the home ot Charles McMillan alConesut Lake N Y Fur the first time In many years the United States enjoyed a New Years day without zero weather at any point An Insane Vermont woman put pol son In the familys food She Is dead and her husband and too are seriously IIIThe sevenstory building at Chicago occupied by the Cash Buyers Union and valued at a unit million dollars was de stroyed by Ore The Double Dragon decoration Is lo be conferred on President David R Francis of the Worlds Fair Company by the Chinese government Nearly 1000000 barrels of oil were produced In tbe KentuckyTennessee Held during the year 1904 nearly twice the output of tbe previous year The weekly reviews ot tbe Duo and Bradstreet agencies slate that a One holiday trade has made the year end In far better ohapo than anticipated Rheumatism Is almost unknown In mslIadexcessive use of alcohol and tobacco Tho Japanese captured Bforl and a fort on Paolung mountain which rive them possession ot the entire line between Rlhlung mountain and B fortDuring 1104 13 trains were held up and four cages robbed In Ibe United States Three persons wero killed two wounded mad one robber wee killed In them holdups Throughout Europe the new year was ushered lo with a sudden tall lo tom perature accompanied by gales and blizzards which caused lose of lite and great damage to property The president and cashier of a Coo ncaul 0 bank wblch was closed by a report that It hold Chadwlck paper wero arrested charged with making a false entry on tbe books Curtis Jones a member of tbe State Geological Survey Is missing from his home In Lexington and It Is believed that he has met with foul play as he carried cobtlderable money General Bone a half wltted Ne gro living near Memphis left as the protector of Mattle Maben a white wo moo killed her with an ax and assault ed her lifeless body He Is In jail at Memphis Tbe J A McGoodwIo Banking Com pany of Frankfort hot tiled a deed of assignment clueing Its doors The cap Ital stock 1st 15000 and Its report six months ago showed deposits amounting to 81COOOO A collision between the Michigan Flyer and a freight train on the Cin cinnati Hamilton and Dayton railroad near Mlddletown 0 resulted in tbe death of Engineer Myers of Cincinna ti and tbe serious Injury of two other trainman PrlnloOOL and wealthy clifyena of Falrroount W Va have agreed tofur nUh ball for Nan Patterson In any amount up lo 50000 Miss Pattonoos lather says she Is broken dpwn com plelely and bq fears her condition will result In insanity Dr Leroy 3 Cbadwlck arrived In Cleveland whero be gave ball In the turn of 110000 for bis appearance In thn criminal court today Later he hold it long conference with Mrs Chad wick In the womans department of tbo toItrust that reports which have been published about bar are false t 1 PORT ARTHUR SURRENDERS Russians at Last Give up Their Long and Hopeless Fight The long siege of the Japanese at Port Arthur has terminated success fully and the Russian Gibraltar has sur rendered It Is expected that the city will be occupied by the Japanese for cell At 9 oclock Sunday night Gen Nogl commanding the Japanese army of investment received from the Rue sian General Stoersel a note saying that he found further resistance useless and asking for a meeting to arrange terms of capitulation Tbe note was simple and direct and the Japanese General Immediately named commis sinners to confer with representatives of tbe Russian commander They met yesterday to arrange the conditions of the surrender Tbe articles ot capllu lation were signed at 0 oclock last night according to advice received In Toklo The terms are not known but reports from the Japanese capital Indl cslu that tbey will bo magnanimous In character Even the Japanese admire the stubborn defense that was made by probjablvfeet that tbo Russians yesterday blew up several of their vessels at Port Ar thur Torpedo bouts have reached Cbe Foo and are being closely watched by Japanese craft MLLE MLLE Mr and Mrs John Rueeell of the Bowen Station vicinity have been be ref ot three bright pretty daughters in the past 13 months Oo Dec 4tb 1003 little Sarah Francis aged nine was taken on Nov 17 IDOL the baby Cora Lee aged two years died of the whooping cough oo Dec 27th Malcna I crbSI stir oldest aged eleven the brightest pupil for her aze lo Mrs E L Grubb school this fall died leav log two little brothers and one sister Mary Amanda to comfort the sorrow log parents All the children were In terred lobe Junction City cemetery Mr N M Buchanan the MllleSge villa Rroeerymao and general trader is the grandfather of these children Prof E L Grubbs wbo has taught the public school here for tbe past six months and who has with a law excep tlons given general satisfaction closed his school Dec lOib with a treat of ao pl s and candy to tbe 33 pupils Tbe lait week was taken up with written reviews Instead ot rehearsing for an entertainment Miss Pinkie Fox re ceived the highest general average SO Maze Asbbacher the second FO and and Irene Epperson third 83 The V grade spelling prize was won by Irene Epperson tbe III grade by Maxe Ash bacber the II grade by Eugene Rice the First Reader prize by Lizzie Hughes Lucien Meyers was the best In deportment No one was present every day but Irene Epperson missed only one day and that from sickness Tbe census enrollment was 92 the school enrollment Gt The general av erage attendance was 34 ChadwIck anProverbs A word to the guys Is sulllclent Many a man Is long on dollars and short on sense The best signature for a note Is that ot a man of note It takes a woman to unmake the man who Is made of dust Mao is judged by hit works and wo man by her ability to work him A 81000 bank note In this haod Is worlb two 1500000 notes In the safe It Is quite permlnabln to rob Peter to pay Peulif your name Is Paul Credit no nun with his good Eaten Lions make him come up with the long green lad Mother Eve been up to date what a tool shed have made of tbatter pent A woman can make a tool out of al mOlt any man If nature doesnt get the start of her Old Noah wasnt much of a financier but be knew enough to go In when It rained Chicago News Spoiled Her Beauty Harriett Howard jf 209 W 31th street New York nt one time had her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writes II had Snit Rheum or Eczema for tears but nothing would cure it until 1 used Rucklcna Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer fo1 cuts burns and sores 125- Pennys Drug Storo and Lyuo Bros Crab Orchard Ky I want It for my husbandof course said tbo fair shopper Its real meer schaum Isotliy Yes tcaam answered the dealer handing It to her over the showcase and accepting her 50 cents with thanks Christmas meerschaum Little Haroldsly Inthiro In the CjLtttle rUck03DA nuttlolMe ladders In jail to Dont Get Your Feet Wet It will be cheaper to buy a pair of J DOUGLP SHOES For saoo or SJrO We have n frill line of theut in all lentlcrs also tubbers and Felt Boots stew 0 1 V LOOKOUT YOUNG MAN WE HAVE SAID lho lAme thing but It she accepts jou tbe day wont be far distant when you will bo confronted with tie grocery problem And well wager you will find It hard propotltlnu too Start right pet acquainted with ui well help smooth the thorny path of housekeeping for tie newly wed couple lak Rout and Bourne Ooode salesmen tor W H HIGG1NS 3 STANFORD KY New Store Clearance Sale I 1 In onler to make room for our Spring lockwhich will he coming in shortly we love decided to cut down i the PRICES of our shack ofFDry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Ladies Cloaks Jackets Skirts and Ladies and Gents Furnishings To be appreciated you must set the bargains we are offering to you therefore we invite you to come see and bo convinced of tho bargains we aro olf ring1obt miss the opportunity bf seeing our goods before you buy elsewhere Ji rear SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Batik STANFORD KY Cake Pans for New Years n Hound square Lexicon Octagon Heartshaped or any Shape l ixe or Price at S H ALDRIDGES Tinning Plumbing and stump House Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky i Overcoats and Suits at Special Prices for the next IO daysaW E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON k 1905 t Now whether YOU are old and sere i Or tother eldo o twenty We hope twill bo for you a year Of ondleef pence and plenty IK Kentucky g- oy appropriations In proportion to what she pays Into the Federal treasury ehe would fare bettor than all other State la the Union ex e cept three The government lives off the Internal revenue collections and thi custom taxes put three States py more Internal revenue tax than Ken tucky Illinois lead with 85240J271 59 New York second sod pay 825 375121 33 Into the treasury Indiana takes third place oypaylnc 24102m 83 Theo comes Kentucky wliu a ble stream of gold running Into the treas ury amounting to 2109 410 31 Ohio and Pennsylvania two States which feed more off Uncle Sam than perhaps any others are behind Kentucky A PROMINENT republican from Bal tlmore was In the city eaya a Wash ington dispatch and while hero was ac coned by ono of the few democrats left In ths country with I say you re publicans ought to be mighty happy youve got the House Senate pre l dent and every thing else We have got the House and Senate pretty cer tale but I dont know so dD much about having the president was the gloomy reply fJUDGE HAKOIS of Breatbltt says he would resign as sheriff if he were such before bo would hang a man From testimony adduced In the Marcum damage case at Winchester one would con clude that the Jedge le not so averse tobringlngabouttbedeathof his fellow man In other ways as he la to doing to by the rope route TlIEcloae of business for the year in the auditors office shows a balance of 11700320 36 In the State treasury ex clusive of all warrants and claims sued which Is probably the largest balance at any corresponding period in the States history Three cheers for Joy Beckbam and the other demo cratic officials REV ALEXIS C JEFFRIES father of the champion heavyweight pugilist of the world le to sail from San Francis co to Aukland and Sydney to preach the gospel to the benighted inhabitants r of the Antipodes Seem to us Brother Jeffries might God work closer homa civilizing hts son Jim tot Instance THE Advocate the best triweeklyin the State Is Just entering upon Its 40th l year Brer Menefee is a young look log man but the age of his paper lets the cat out of the wallet and be can no longer claim extreme youth- POLITICAL The Tennessee General Assembly u conveced at Nashville yesterday Gen W B Bate will succeed himself u United States Senator from Tenn eiiee United States District Attorney Hall iof Oregon has been dismissed from of lice by President Roosevelt Former State Treasurer George W Long has flied his application for the position of Surveyor of the Port of Lou isville The Capitol Commission meets In Frankfort today and It is predlcted that a call for an extra session will follow The Prison Commission also meet Judge J P Hobson was sworn in II Chief Justice of the Kentucky Court of Appeals yesterday and Judge James E Cantrlll as member of the Court from the Fifth districtIGov Beckham appointed James F Wllbolt as county judge of Woodford to eucceed Judge R L Stout who hae succeeded Judge Cantrlll as judge of the Frankfort district The grand jury at Portland Ore In dieted Senator Mitchell and Congress f man Hermann on the charge of con piracy to defraud the United States government of public lands A meeting at Portland Oregon call ed to endorse the action of President Roosevelt and Secretary Hay was dle turbed by an element opposed to the resolutions which however were flnalI ly adopted The New Years reception at the White House was distinguished for its brilliancy Official and resident Wash Ington extended the greetings of the season to Mr and Mu Rooseveltnear ly 8000 persons paying their respects President Roosevelt eurprlsed Waeh legion by taking a walk down Pennsylvania Avenue Into the business die trlct for the first time No secret ser vice men were with him and the presi rdent regarded It us a joke that be bad escaped his guards Too supreme court of Colorado or I dered a sweeping Investigation of the alleged frauds In the city end county of Denver Every phase of the election wilt be scrutinized and the contents of the 204 ballot boxes examined by hand writing experts Both Gov Peabody and Gov elect Adams Indorse the courts order for a complete Investiga tion h l LOCALIan church has just put In a new organ and It was dedicated Sunday when a delightful musical program was caVrled out hll an exceedingly iweovtoned Instrument as well as a very handsome OneTnE Central Ky Realttate Ex change ATltle Co has for sale two tracts of land lying in the Southern cad of Lincoln county near Southern railway Ono tract consists of 3S acres the other live acres Tho owner of this property lives at a distance and we are instructed to sell it privately It must go The best bid gets It For further particulars see or address L R Hughes Stanford K- YDANVILLei haunt deal of the new year was consummated when B G Fox purchased the Interest of D F Logan In the livery sale and teed stable the purchasing prlco being 14500 J Reechor Adams who has been with T P Curry fi Son the local druggists for two years as prescription clerk resigned his position last week to enter the real estate and Insurance business In Oanvllleacd Boyle couloty During the past year County ClerkNIchols has Is sued 85 marriage licenseeAdvocato- Nett e REAL ESTATE FIRM Messrs Matt Woodson of this place J C Maynor a wellknown Corbln attorney and John J Lancan an engineer on the Cumberland Valley Branch have formed what will be known as the Cor bin Real Kitato Exchange with head quarters at Corbin Besides dealing In Corbln real estate they will buy or sell coal timbered or farming landtfn Ken tucky or any State In the Union We are glad to state that Mr Woodsons now Hoc of business will not take him and his excellent family from Stan ford Here and There Official statistics tell us that 3366 487215 cigarettes were manufactured In this country during the past fiscal year Four persons were drowned while skating near Akron 0 two near Ak run Ind and twootbcrs near Alliance- W W H Peyton a tUgman on the Lou isyille and Nashville railroad was killed In the yards at Gutbrle while making a coupling Brain anatomists In Paris are to form a mutual autopsy society the member of which are to bequeath their brain alter death to science In 15 hours the New York Times moved Its entire equipment three miles and issued next morning from Its now home the tallest building In the city of New York Under auspicious weather conditions In the presence of 60000 people Pass dens Cal held its 17th annual New Years feast of flowers the Tourna ment of Roses The testimony In the Marcum damage suit at Winchester was completed Saturday and speeches are being made Toe jury will be given the case to morrow or Thursday Attorney General Hays has filed a petition before the court of appeals asking for a rehearing in the Caleb Powers case He wants the reversal opinion recently delivered sot aside and the death penalty affirmed The death watch has been placed over J W Bees In the Lexington jail who condemned to be hanged Jan 13 for the murder of Mrs Martha Martin The prisoner broke down wben his clothes were changed for the lone ly vigil CHURCH MATTERS The Second Quarterly Conference of Moreland meets at that church Sunday next Rev C M Humphrey of Wll more preaches Sunday In connection with the communion service Rev J W Simpson will preach Monday even ng In connection with the business session The week of prayer begun at the Methodist church last nIghts when Rev O M Huey preached Services will be held at the Presbyterian church to sight by Rev P J Koss and we are asked to state that the house will be warm and comfortable Rev Gilbert Glass will preach at the Baptist church tomorrow night Further appoint ments will be made then Elder Joseph Ballou preached at the Christian church Sunday morning Just 29 years to a day before that ho preached his first sermon In Stanford He moved to Lincoln county from Pu laski the day before and was Immedi ately called on to preach He has preached for that congregation at van OUt times since and wps Its pastor in 1870 1880 and 1881 There are only two nee In the church now that were on the books when be came here They are Messrs James Dudderar and Samuel J Embry IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES William McGroaty aged 81 died In Danville last week W H Gagle has boughtthe Middles boro Hotel It was bully by the Mid dlesboroTown Company In boom times and cost 1200000 Justice Taylor Terhuae a republl can magistrate of Boyle county has been arrested charged with violation of the pension law His bond was fixed at 11000 which was givens NOTICE I tas owner of tbo farm advertised for sale by W S Hunch forbid tbo sate or rent of tbo W R Buchanan farm W K Buchanan Orab Orchard Ky A S PRICEi- arjteon Dentist Stanford Ky IMOTCP OwlsyBnUdtsa For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated Just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House halt rooms kitchen and ser vanti room goad ccllitr stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In yard and ono for stock J P IUILEV COAL AND FEED We deal in best brands of coal and all kinds of feed Kindly favor with your orders Phone 118 HIHK DUO- SRowland KYI UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for n small amount loanflx your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial IKANK ATKitm Stanford E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J H BOONE CO Proprietors MVERY flND FEED STflBUE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Ooal NEW LIVERY STABLE- s WB1IBZE k SN henIJUNCTION CITY KV firstClass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Oraln and lay For Sale FOR SALE I Highly Improved stock farm of 35 acres In icysituatedturnpike being about seven miles from Yin chester and about the same from Ut Ster ling Ky Can be divided Into four farms an follows One of acres with good house of five rooms and new tobacco barn One of 100 ares adjoining the above with house of four rooms and large tobacco tarn One of ISO acres with large dwelling of right rooms all necessary outbuilding three DarnS ant two tenant homes Ono of 215 acres with outbuildingForWinchester Ky PUBLICSALE Having decided to go to Lexington will on WEDNESDAY JAN 11 Sell the following described property at my place onehalf mile from Cedar Creek Station on the JII Tucker farm one 2borse wagon one 2Loreo cultiva tor ono 2horse turn plow ono Miorse corn planter 1 good combined mare one 2yearold filly 1 double A harrow 1 set good wagon harness 2 sets of plow harness 1 new buggy and harness and farming implements of many kinds 1 yearling calf 1 brood sow and 7 shoals 20 barrels corn 3 stacks good millet hay 50 bushels coal 125 shocks of fodder stoma household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale La dies invited J A TUCKER- J P Chandler du- ctPUBLIC SALE Having told my farm and going to move to Corbin Ky I will on THURSDAY JANUARY 5 1905 Noar Sugar Grove schoolnonie In Lincoln county commencing promptly at 10 oclock sell the following property Two good mares liorio I extra Jersey cow Uhorthorn cow ayokeof wellbroken steers two 3yearold steers I heifer a yearling Plymouthhockcrib In shuck 200 shocks fodder stack of millet hay nearing mowing machine good as nswa twohorse wagon and hiirnoss a buggy aud harness u set of blacksmith tools a cane mill and evaporator big Oliver chill 3 double shovels 2 single sboveln a good cooking stove a heating stove bedstead chairs a big kettle and all kind household and kitchen furniture many other things Term nlade known on BRYANTbol 4in3 s A tm n HAIRBALSAM I Tfr 1MU to Hftore I Colortt5Oen1 Jack and Stallion Sale We will hold our Hst jack and stallion sale at Union Stock Yard Lexington the third week In February following tho Tat- tersall wife Write us for entry blanks J F COOT t CO Lexington ICy WANTED I Turkey Ducks Otcwe jtnd Chickens Highest cash market price II H NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky Stockholders Meeting A mcetlngof tho tockb ldersot the Klrst National Rank of Stanford will bo held at their banking house tho second Tuesday In oleatlngdirectorJOHN J McllONKUTS OaihUr Stockholders Sleeting A meeting of thetnckholdere of the Na tional tank of Uustonvlllo will tx held at their banking house In Uu tonvlMr the sec ond Tuesday In January 1105 between and 12 for the mrpoxi of ehr ting direc tors to servo the ensuing veae J W tlooKERCas- hierStockholders Meeting A mrctlngof tho stockholder of the Lin coin County National Hank of Stanford will be held at their banking bouts tits second Tuesday In Januaty 1015 for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year J II OWSLKY Cashier R A JONES JDJENTIST StanfordKy urn e In Myers louse Parlor Phone ei Estray Notice I Strayed or stolen from the plumber Fist farm on the ChappilTi Gap pike near Crab Orchard a ted steer about two years uld with peculiar marking should weigh or pcud Also several head of sheep A reward will be paid for the return of this stock Addrmt box 161 Stanford Ky or J II Collier Crab Orchard Ky PUBLTCfSALE I will on Saturday Jan II llIO at 2 oclock r otter at pub lo sale to the highest bidder at the Van Uneer home on East Slain street Stanford one Ellington piano almost new very little used tine toned Instrument cost 325 one extra Qnr folding bed one largo ball desk line mir ror one new sideboard one wardrobe ODe ball heater and other household goods Il will bo sold on credit of six months without Interest good necotlable note rest for cash In hand SALLiE VAIl ON u Pruitt BrothersUn- doftakors Livery Furni taro New Years PresentsP- RUITT BROS Moreland Ky TothelnsuringPublicl laving had a loss under Policy No VI 137768 of Home Insurance Co of New York Jesse U Wearen Agent Ky I am prepared to recommend heabonIcompany to you tell you for liberal settlements of losses there better and I dare say few aa good They do not deduct ooefourtb from your M some would have you believe but wlillogly and cheerfully pay you all the indemnity that you pay them for Iloware of Mutual or Asuessment Companies For further par ticulars In regard tu or A seHment Companies uddrct me M OHKIX Mimiiir Kingsvillelc- yEVENYIQOY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In the Tailoring business all my life I feel confident In saying represent one of the beet tailoring firms Inliie country With my experience In taking measures and dlrectons give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear me out My prime are the same as Inex perienced men who ate in the business I also have a nice lino of fsacy cheviot and other suiting I will cut and make if you desire at a moderate price Thank- Ing you for past favors I am yours H C UUILEY the Tailor Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of land a twostory front room cottage rhe house II naw A splen did orchard There la a larg- emlllontleplacea good ciusher and the lam fa In good repair and the natural power Is economy In running the mill Does a splendid business Everything Is In good repair has all necessary out bulld ing The owners only reason for selling Is the rush of other business as he has ex tensive farming Interests to look after This property Is on the Hanglpg Fork about miles from Stanford add can Ira bought at bargain For further particulars ad dress C Thurmond Lytle Ky or L It Hughes Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE Aa executor of tho will of Fnnnln Rail deceased I will offer for sale to the highest bidder on TURDAY JANUARY 7 1005 At 10 oclock at her late residence on Rush Branch and Stanford pike near Hubbit the following property twohorse wagon and some harness 3 cows and 2 calves our good gentle family brood mare a good phaeton harness l sow and sotnoahoats about 40 barrels of corn In crib 75 shocks of fodder about IK ton sheaf oats In barn 2000 new oak shingles 50 bushels coal 25 locust posts and lot of tanning Implements too numerous to mention together with a run lino of household and kitchen furniture consisting of one coal and one wood cooking stove Singer sexing machine chairs bed tends n lot o nice bed clothing feather beds old tlmo reels and wheels and n lot of other ancient relics too numerous to men ton found at a closingout sale where everything has to be sold TEUU41 All sums under 910 cash In hand over that amount a credit of six months without Interest with negotiable note pay able In OltUens National Bank Lanes ter Ky J J WALKER Exor A M Bourne Auceer Dec 25 ot SPECIAL BARGAINS For you for the next two weeks at THE GRAND LEADER Wide Danish Cloth nil colors worth fir special price Ific 30Inch Blinrkgkin Suiting worth 18c special price 8c 40inch Mclroso Cloth brown blue black worth Sue special price O9c 54iuch Broadcloth brown nUll blue worth 85c special price OHo ftJincli Heavy Suitings gurlllworth ire apccinl price 41c 81 rllfl t browns tans white and blue special price hoc JHMncli Black Tttllctn guaranteed wear price 815special price Sao Ladies flack Mercerized Underskirts 8175 quality special price 5119 Indies llliuk Mercerized Underskirts S225 iuality special price tlUU lied Table Linen the 85n ijuality special price 28o per yard Splendid White Tnblo Linen at U lo per yard SU Ladies Neck Fuw reduced to SLM 8125 Ladies Neck Furs reduced to S209 34 Ladies Neck Furs reduced to 82a Sr Ladies NCCK Puns reduced to StlIS- H Ladies Neck Pure reduced to 8BI50 SIO Ladies Neck Puns reduced to S02V- Hxtm Specinl6O Pine Jackets silk iined worth up to S 12 lInt veins styles Misses Jacket till wool worth 81 75 83M and 84 nil gu ill the pJ1ocillllrirlof sum jAiiuur nUll Ileas l0a unimm rtllicfH Ximts price tic each Mcua Silk Initial Handkerchiefs choice lOc Large nice Silk Handkerchief the iOe kind proiul lric It is tit ypar in terest to see three Klegant Bargain and snvo enough tn buy yuf trivial n jChristmas present froth your purchases liter THE GRAND LEADER OVMUY IIICK K WATCH OVKAI8 M li Lo y O Co S B Levy About Toillet Soap at Pennys Buy your Soap where you hum an aitwt inoiit to pick from We have such it line of 0o and lOc Sonpa as will oimblo you to find wont you wish1c nleo carryits niMDrtinont of 20c and i1It18 AMERICAN i t s r I t Set 1 f+ 7r v RClulu 5lyl r Stays 13 In or 0 Made of large I Amply provides for ever lasting Never goes on f1 Does not mutilate hogs and pigs EVERY ROD 1 by the manufacturers 011 k will save yttl GEORGE II howT As a starter McRobertsStanford e f Fn every ever I The All call I f tie person a able t j Will N Phono Xo 13 Buy your IJ W B r And Save Money e t T REMNANTS 4 The accumulation of short lengths of the past three months are now on the remnant counter The quantity and price marked on each Come and look over the Silks Woolens Percales Flannels Ginghams Etc They must go by Jan 15th Come early SEVjnRAIJCE SON STANFORD II THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANroun KY L1 s f 100 WB earnestly solicit your prescrlp tlon trade for the reason that we give t fnlt department our special attention 1f jid can promise you thorough aud no- v curate work Our Prescription Do purtmont Is now more complete thin ever before soil thllwlth the flat of our tte dy Increase In business enough to convince you of the uperl- oquhtyOfourservtce Penny Drug Store PERSONALS Mit W It M083 of Lancaster wa here Yesterday Mn 8 YOUNO of Solenoo was biro yesUsrday Miss HALLIB BBNTON of Lexington le with Mhs Abble Lute MISS BHSBIR StSOLBroN of Lentlaa tor was the guest of Mra K U Beax ley EDITOR Lmvis LANIIIIAM of Lanaat ter pitied through to Louisville Sun day MR OEOKOR UUNN of Morcland spans Sunday with bll brother AM Hunn JOHN BltUMMBTT has moved his lam ily from the Saufley ectlon to Cbatta nooea Mil J M RAINKS and wife of Lob anon were guest tit Mr and Mrs J L Jarvis WlNKRED DUNCAN left Saturday for Bah La to take s politico In a com mlttaryMR B KKNNBUV has resumed hl position as guard at the Lexington Asylum MR O M NoNNKLtiSY of Honey Grove Texas It with Messrs L B and P P Nnonelley John M Beck have returned to the Louisville College of Medicine Miss ANNIK BOITHCLAW hat ma I trlculatedal the Sue Bennett Mem- rlal School London Mil S H MARTIN and daughter Mist Sadie Martin of Rockcasile were guest of friend here Miss MAKUARGT MILLER ol Rich mood spent several day wltb the tam fly of Mr J J McRoboru MRS A A WARHBNBuJMIt Vir ginia Warren of Mlddletboro were with friends horn yesterday MRS KATIE SMITH of Mt Vernon U walling on Mrs James P Bailey whoso gealth la greatly Impaired Mit H D ALDlUW has moved his family from Garrard to his recently T pursbasedhomeon East Main Street MIt KEENE LUTES wife and baby came over from Paris to attend the reo union of the family of Mr John Lute UIOIUJK T Woou will move hit tarn fly to town wo are glad to slate They will occupy the Helm cottage on Som GIIIMKS who has been Cook returned to Lan Aenuoj Mis Cook accompa BECK of Madison was hero last week Dr J B Bock of Somerset also paid his parents a v- ltfIt daring Christmas GEORGE B ELLIS one of Stanford best young mon went to Clncln t nail Sunday to take a position with the Edgewood Distilling Co MR I N ANDERSON of Paducab It visiting old friends In this county Mr Anderson wat raised In the West End and this h his first visit hero InI 31yellrl MARY D KENNEDY gave an 01I 1egant 0 oclock dinner Saturday In honI orof Miss Llna Kennedy Quite a num her of her friends were present and en Joyed that lady hospitality- Mit W S MCGUIHE and family of 10 loll yesterday for their new homo at t Yukon O T A largo number of their old neighbors and friends were at the depot to bid them farewell and with them Godtpeed MIt JOHN LA9LKY has been offered and will accept the position of assistant pottmattor under hU uncle at Orange Texas The position pays 11000 per year Mrs Annie Latley will go to a Texas with her son and her friends here give her up with deep rooI grot MR J B Ooocil ban moved hit tarnt fly Into Dr OBannona cottage on f caster street and Mr G W Taylor who vacated that property has moved Into the Nunnolley residence HonG M Davlton and Dr R L Davlion have moved Into the Helm property vacated by Mr Gooon Miss ANNIK IHILUPS In back from Lexington Miss MATTIB SAURY visited her tit ter In Danville city It It NOEL visited hit eon a Lafollotte Tenn this week MISS ANNIK McIvHG pent the boll days with liar parents at Klnutyllle JOt UO IAN hat goon to Mobile Ala to take clerkship lo the L jN office MI88K8 ANNIK ANTI LlJCIK Finn HACK ol Livingston were guottt of th Mines Straub Mil QBO B CAIUIWTKR leastlsllntr In the store of Jno Bright Jr Sc Co during Mr Urlghi1 Illness MilS T F Srivic nail children Ic Monday for Cual Creek Tonn to join Mr Speck In their new homo LOCALS fr you would write It right write It 1006 Two sesood bund job protest for tale Write this ofllse for particulars FlVB shares of Florence Ala Ilan Stoolt for sale Apply at this olfloo Tint 0 W 1111 will meet In the lec tore room of too Christian uburoh to morrow at 230 oclock Fou SALEA clean fresh stock of Dry Good and nice retldenceln Stan ford Ky John P JooeeTwo nicerooms over UItlol ttore trtIlnlt betmyIDAVE U LEWIS greet Dr Jekycl and Mr Hyde Co will be at Waltont Opera House Friday evening Jan 11 r YOU bave let the New Yer catch you owlog for your home paper Make amends by remitting for It before the Jon IU ooloredttollousus that the U U F order will have a public In ttallHtlon of oRloert at the Baptist church on the evening of Jan 10th SOME sneak thief watched Mrt Hen ry Holderrnan hide her house key Sat urdu and during her absence got In and helped himself to 15 kindly leav log live coppers AI1IKUT STAMIKLBV of the Otten helm section left Saturday for Lexington where he has secured a guard place at the asylum upon tho recom mendation of Representative J M Al verson TllKRK will be a meeting of the stockholders of the Heaver Creek Oil Gas Co at Uuttonyllle on Tuesday Jan 10th for the purpose of electing oQIcera for the ensuing year J C Barker president CUMMINS KYgave each of the four churches a Christmas present In tbo shape of a check for as DOtbat being five per cent of their sales for tho lour day preceding Xmas This a most commendable move on tbo part of these excellent young men and up totbemlnuto haberdashers INSTANTLY KILLED Jesse Hobson aged eight was run over by a freight at Maywood and Instantly killed about 10 oclock Saturday morning The titItie follow with several playmates alItempted to got on the train and tell under the wheels Ills homo was In Taylor county and be was visiting bin grandfather Mr W P Stephenson poatmaatcr and agent ut Maywood ONBof the enjoyable gatherings of the week just ended was the Progress ive Flinch Party given by Mrs J C Hays to tome SO of her frleodb Saturday evening Delightful refreshments were served and everything was done that would add to the pleasure of thoio who were fortunate enough to bo present Mrs G D Cooper won the prize a handsome bunch of carnations Tim opening of tho MoKlnnoy De posit Hank at MoKlnncy yesterday waj big event in that town Thorn was a IIeroby the officials FollowlD he olllecre E J Tanner proeldoolII 00 Harrlton cashier F M Ware vicepresident Dr J C Darker end vicepresident Directors K L Tan ner S M Owens J F Cash John M Carter J W Bailey W A Coffey W T S Blackburn Dr O M Thompson a Before Inventory We will offer some very special prices on the few Cloaks we have left If you have been waiting for this opportunity it is now yoursI3 to 12 off the price A few very choice garments at less than cost to make HAVE your eyes tested for glasses be foro the ChrlitmfXi rush guaranteed Dr W N SaUlfaalloDI tTill Ladles Aid ty Christian church will meet with Mrs J K VanArsdalo at 21or Saturday Jan 7tb IT was Sam helm eolurod who wai floed for drunkenness and not our good friend Mr Sam Helm of tbo Turners villa section Tbe latter doeant cat- booty TUB board of supervisors compose of Metsrs W Q Underwood O Crow John G Lyon George Elolmee tRod 0 W Leach Is nt work on Asses tor M G Reynolds book MR WILLIAM MCKWHNIK Wayne county a brother of our epic did countytoao Mr James McKcchnle has bought tbu A C Boiling farm o 210 agree near Bryant vlllc al 150 CUTTINUKTtt Mr William Warren who U 81 years old s hImCr relief when he was Informed that brand new tooth would mike its npi pearanco In a few dove IN a headon collision between freight just north of McKinney this morning Engineer OConnell had a leg broken two engines were badly demol Iihed and 12 or 15 loaded cart weretor jip Gee freight was running at 30 and tbo other 10 mile an hour A mlnake- In reading the meeting order cause d the trouble TUB reception given by Miss Ueeslo YantU at her pretty home on Lancat leI Avenue Friday evening In honor of her friend Misses Wet and Lear of Lancaster was a most happy social event and one that the younger set will not soon forget Mlu YantU proved herself a charming hottest aud Bade her friends feel that It was good to bo there At tbo proper hour a tooth some lunch was elegantly served and liberally partaken of It was midnight before the 40 or more guest could Ret their consent to leave the happy scen- eSLACIrlire Mary J Slack aged 73 died at the homo of her daughter Mrs E11 Beasley on Danville aven ue Sunday morning as a result of a fall the sustained a year ago Funeral services will be held at the Beasley home at 1030 tomorrow morning by Kev Gilbert Glees after which the re males will be Interred In Buffalo Cern etery Mr Slack was a member of the Congregational Church a good wo man and she bore her sufferings of the past year with much fortitude Mrs George Clark of Chattanooga and Mr Edgar Slack of St Loulp daaghterand too of tbo deceased are hero to attend the burla Mr Will Beasley and wife of Cincinnati will arrive tonight AT the last meeting tbodlrectorsof the Lincoln County National Bank the following testimonial was spread on the records and ordered to bo published In the INTKIUOR JOURNAL ItDr John B Owsley has been cashier of this bank under its various changes of name since April 2d 1S70 Though be had no experience In this lino of business It Will evident from the first that bo was a Oeancler or the first order and this coupled with his strlnt Integrity and high aonse of honor has given this Institution such standing In the com mercial world that Its stock has always been In demand often bringing In the market a price far In excess of Its In trinsic value With him at the helm there was never reason for doubt that the bank would weather the many fl nanclal storms that have swept the country In recent years He has made of this Institution what all banks should be a helper and not an opprec sor of the poor Today Iu strongest and most valued clientage consists of man who owe their financial standing to him men who hayo been aided by him when the only security they could otter was worth and Integrity Hit power of detecting these traits almost amounts to genius and applicants with these collaterals have rarely been re tuned Indulgence In short during isle whole tenure be has energetically and successfully devoted lain time and tat to the welfare of the bank His resignation Is received with regret yet In ylew of isle long and faithful la bore we can not deny him the rest he richly deserves In parting with him 180 can truthfully say Well done thou good nail faithful servant l REWAUD Please return our Fence Stretchers at once soil receive reward George 4 Farris t Co- q STATEMBNTSof Llnoolncountvs four solid honking Institutions appear on our fourth page It wllj be eeen the their combined Individual deposits amount to 6550 77103 ELD JosbiMi BALLOU paid Mr Jno Bright Red a splendid compliment in isle sermon at the Christian church Sunday morning by saying that he was IndaJbard student of the good bookI he added MR E B DBNIIAM who recently fsold his coal and lead business at Row load to Buck Bros asks ua to thank dealingstbam will continue In the wholesale coal business while the son will likely attend a business college for a term or so During the six months be was In business at rwi and Mr Denbam tell andn000 pounds of bay and lost not a cent by bad debts His profits during the period were fgS5 10 A LOT of Renotown Negroes Oiled up on whisky Monday evening and went out Lancaster Street yelling and tale AvenueDcitizen asked them to keep quiet one of them gave him a little sass whereupon he went for tbo Negro with a sack Marshal Jones was phoned for and with Meson came In a hurry It was necessary for the officer to use ble billet pretty freely before the rascals were brought to thou senses Several of them took home with them bruised heaps but they wont tare even that well If they repeat the offense AS stated elsewhere Dr J B Owe loy who had nerved as cashier of tie Lincoln County National Bank for 35 years on bid own accord stepped and out Friday afternoon and Mr w1 M Bright the books faithful ant cashier was chosen In his stead The regret at the doctors resignation la shown to some extent In the resolutions passed by the hanks directors and published elsewhere We heartily concur In all the good thine said and with the directors hope Dr Owsley will thoroughly enjoy his wellearned rest He will spend a law months with bla son Mr E P Owsley who Is himself a successful beaker at Columbus Ga attar which be will return home and put In a portion of isle time looking al ter his large private Interests The doctor will always feel a deep Interest In the Institution he has served so long and well and we predict that be will Ire quently be found In his accustomed seat behind the counter of the Lincoln County National Bank SiitAQUiNS WELL AGAIN Isee that It U proposed to change the name of Spragglns well to Welchs well Would It not be better to keep up the connecting link with the early reel dent ol Stanford Lot us go backto the name of the man who sad It dug A man named Arch Perrin had It done There Is a tradition that a few years after be bad the well dug one of his sons was taken down with fever bad several physicians attending him Ho was eo very low the doctors said be could not live and naked the father to tell him His father went Into the sick room took a seat beside isle boys bed and told him bo could not live It did not seem to disturb the too The boy lay awhile then said to bit lather Father I have a request to make The father asked him what It was II want as much water as I can drink out ot the well The tether reasoned with himself thus If be Is bound to die It cannot hurt him and he wants It so be took a pitcher woof out himself and drove U full of water took It to the elck boy raised him up nail gave him a good drink laid him down and very Intently watched him The boy lay a taw minutes and asked for another drink He gays him the second ono and carefully and tenderly laid him down The boy asked him to turn him on lain side and the father did to Sllll remaining by his bedside with eyes anxiously fixed on the boy soon discovered that his son was sleeping In a short while he placed lain hand on the boys forehead hod found be was per plrlng and sleeping as sweetly as an infant nail be Improved from then un til restored to health sad strength B L b I REMNANTS I We have on hand a good line of and Mattings also some Bargains in Short Lengthsin and Mattings for HallsIand Small J 8z STHBLKBAILKYJUand oldo AQA1 Carpets Carpets Rooms t Broad Shouldered tG 1i d j HJfYTRoherts lk fi r 11 i9O5KaBegin the New Year aright Trade with CUriniNS McCLARV Stanford Kentucky THE BARGAIN STORE Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods From the Great Bargain Sale of Sweeter PembrookJ tJCo of New York This Is an opportunity which seldom occurs Wo advise all who can to come as carlIS possible to attend this the greatest sale we have ever offered Ladles Furnishing Goods Ladies tailor made suits worth 815 and 820 are on sale at 8150 to 750 Ladies uptodate Jackets 85 to 810 now on tale at 8250 to 84 Ladite and Misses Skirts worth 8150 up 5are now on solo at 98c to 82 48 Ladies cor cts from lOc up Latest styles of petticoats front 59c up Ladies dress aud coarse Shoes at OKc and up Mens and Childrens Furnish ings Great line of Shoes fur children from 15e up Mens Dress and working Shoes from USe up Mens Clothing from Za suit up Mens nice Overcoats from 2fjup Mena Sunday Pants from 75c up Chil drens nice threepiece suits from 75a upDosdrens and Ladies Stockings from 4d up S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY TRADE WITH McCORMACK PEACOCK HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY V f Cno I HEINTMQR JOURNAL Entered in tilt PitiOftee Stafford ai atondclasf matter rUIIUMItliU TIIJMUAVH AMD Vltll1YH- AT LOO PER YEAR CASH WWhf not no paid JZOO will be charged s KNOXVILLfcOIVUIIUNl Kotl Train going North 1OIPm N2i1II to a 8 aaln h JS ii South I- nlfoJ II 1285111n Farm ForSale I On account of Illhealth I desire to tell privately my farm of 170 acres located In edge of IlusVonrllle Good Improvements ashpart O B DAUNETT- Hustonvltler Ky BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Garter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection IHidway saloon COOD RICE Prors Finest wines whisky and beers SpccUl wholesale dealers Lexingtons famous Blue Brass Beer Case keg and bottled U Brent SoutUwood mixer Phone 86 Stan ford ICy t JDarjl Traylor DEALER IN wmskw Brandu Wines Beer Glrjars Etc Oarptntui House Oidti to Depot STANFORD KY Prompt and polite attention Nothing but tee t ea U drink Mall phone tr telegraph order receive cronst attention 1LUTES BOONE Fri COI Real Estate Agents Stanford Kentucky e All personA wishing to buy or tell farm i will well to see us We have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farm for tale and will be pleased to show any one what we have If you desire to soil e It In our bands Office at Boone Liver y Stable Stanford Ky I R B Mationy Insurance fluent BoUcHs a share of the patronage of the property owners counties of Uoile focoln and Uasey who may be seeking in eurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Com ented and the low guaranteedPhone Stanford Kentucky POSTED We whoi I nunsci appear below strictly turbid hunting nsUlpK or any kind of tress passing on our places and will prosecute tjolators to the full eitent Of the law Charles Ensslln J II McAlister SRI Kato Ador Helchenbach Bres Tred VonGruonlganAlbert VonOruenlgan fred VonAlltuan Fred Alfred Simpson George Holmes f Mice Matllo II r Helchenbach Charles Cummins Jos Ballou A 0 Dunn 8 M Holmes f W EAmon W It Daugherty M J Hoffman M U Klmore W Tarter J NetIn Carter homakelThomas n FJConn INDIGESTION I was troubled with atom BlsckDraught la ono week than all the doctor i medicine I took In yearbtfS SARAH L0UIRFIELO KllettsTllle led Thedfordsfllack Draught quickly invigorates act lion stomach and ofinJIgtake a small dose of Thed occahyour stomach and liver in per conditionwr r THEDFO- RD5AlDRAUiHT bytother disease Thedfords 111ar kIrnught not only ref linvea constipation but cures andtt All druggists sell 25cent packager BlackDraught cine to regulate the bowels t I lau ever ulttlMRSr SneadgFerry COrtSTlPATI Nice Home For Sale I laving decided to return to Somerset 1 offer for into privately my homo on East Main Street In The residence In a six room cottage brand new bath room nnd all conveniences Tbo lot contains about J acres ot land and the homo Is a partlcularscatlonorwrltemeat Deck or Wm leek at Stanford HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE SALE I IFOR try hotel proper In llustonvlllo Dulld Incan housed liS hotel or private residence and Is well arranged for two families Stable has 20 stalls and Is In good repair Plen ty water at barn and liotal It house Is not pasessionof barn If rented or sold separately on Nov S3 louse and barn newly covered Ho tel Is In Oraded School district For further particulars call on or address- D CARPENTER Hustonvllle Ky Notice of Sale LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT dieDefenjents ClrcultCourtterm the unJrslgneJ Commissioner will on MONDAY JANUARY 9 1905 InStanlorand best bluffer the following described and Nuund certaInhuseW B Tardlfl July tj itot bounded on the north MsWotJohnland 100lIhcosts ot this action belntrtInurestfromCommissioners Sale I Llncon Cfrcult Court etcnrtsPursuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln clr action signed commissioner will on MONDAY JAN 9 IBM About t v In front of the court house outcrytodescribed real estate situated In Lincoln county Ky and bounded as follow A tract of land on waters of Fishing Ore bone roarbeNto8iG38WW10aloSW22poleSIiW9hale5 thebrnecessaryillbeeoldtosatlsty at per cent Per annum from Oct actionTEKM8 toIrofromdllteCommissioners Sale LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT DUithelyDetenJanl theLincolnaction at the November term the unJmljnel Commissioner elllon- MONDAY JANUARY 9 toot InSunloJaJtuatoSIsbounJedsaid creek at a black oak thence northwest to a hoeoak on the bank of a bunch thence cut to a white bellnolnaslolkmSbelegtract thence norts 14 west poles to a gum with pointers thence north u ts W 47 poles to a stone pile with pointers thence N 84 ra L rs rein to a white oak on the outside line to a looacre tract thence with the line of same S 66 14 56 j4 poles MrsMlnkseoreerthencestone with pointers the last corner or the aforesaid sji retract thence N 14 W 6J 14 poles to a small white eak with pointers thence Sir 14 W 6J 14 poles to the beginning containing 40 and iioacres more or less The amount to be realUed from IromSerlTrms The purchaser will be required to glee bond for the purchase money with approved security ray able to the commissioner and bearing Interest of 6 per cent until pa d Tin sale wits be made upon a credit of 6 months G u HAITI M C CC tJ + G + McG ARY UOTSRTAESBEMBAIMER And Dealeat Li HASNESS SADDJiSBY ft O Stanford Ky Ja 15 Beazley Co Undortakors and Embalmers ALSODMiLIllll urnltureXattingftltugu Thoy all1Clndufa call Price right STANFORD KENTUCKY Report of time Condition of the FIRST NATIONflLBANK OF STANFORD KY At tho close of uiifiiioss Dee U 11104 msornI q Loans and llscnuntH 817D11 fili Stocks and bonds 0855 f0 Other real estate 550000 Overdrafts 11270 OB LQOOiJO 12 US Bonds 41000 00 Premium on U S Bonds025 00 a Banking homo and fixtures tG26 00 Duo from flanks t8107 OJ Duo from State ot Kentucky 845 44 Due from U S Treasurer L0f0 00 Intraiiiitii 7481 15 badbon mini 17II14 0- STotalsljo5rr09 lilt IIUIIIITIKS GnpitnlltockSiOOO 00 Surplus fund10000 00yUndivided profits IU 74 t Fund to pay taxes und loues 580 82 Circulation f 41000 00 Individual Deposits 05141 77 Total si05tr60 In Collected from debts charged oil 1857 00 tOrois earnings this six months 5405 05 fNet earnings left hut Ii month 2284 80 Total SMlil7 85 hIlSiOi Un OF AS IOIIO Dividend a per cent 81500 Od Carried to surplus fund 10 per ct 6000 00 Paid U S taxes 101 SO Paid all expenses 2Orm 25 Leaves net undivided profits 041 74 Total 5D017 85 John J Muliohort Cashior 5Condition of st Lincoln County National Bank At Close of Business Dec 31 1904 ItlSOrltC12a Notes and hills S2H14RIi 0111 U S Honds nOono 00 Overdrafts 10101 24 Due from banks 1S281i 211 Five per cent fund 2iiOO 00 Banking house nnd fix P500 CIo Cash 1O B2 ii 818478 u Earnings 0 fifi U broughtforward J8 87251Obi- 1o 715 suspended debt 550 42 It fund to pay tax W5U II div a liiOO 00 hind 00 87251 on this statcniont the present cashier J 0v tender ing to the friends patrons of the his thanks for the have eo continuously asks that the saute he to his worthy OWSLKV Cashier Report of the of National Bank of Hustonville Ky At close of business Dec 11 1004 UKHOUIMKS Loans SU14027 r8 Overdrafts 01025 USIJOIulooi2 OO 00 Banking it Fix 2575 00 Red fund U S 02fi 00 Due from Banks aiOJtt 41 CnI20fI 2 74 S20301R 98 IIAIIIIITIIS 0111Surpills Fund to Pay Taxes 951 28 11500 00 Individual Deposits 1258152 J55 98 IltoiiT AND losa Balance uiioJJO 1904 84521 50 Tux Fund 951 28 Earnings past 0 months 28 810590 Ui- DifiitMiii OK AS rO1dOWS Current Ex it S 415 0111IunllS 10590 05 J W Iloiker Cashier IIAIUMTIIX CnpitalItookS O1II1II Surplus fund 11500 00 Circulation 0001 00 Individual dopQ its187817 02 Due to hank JSil 95 Fund to pay tnxltai65 S118I78 0 last nlcuths0882 418 niSTiiiiirritii uxlansesS2080 88 18 Perot surplus lflOO With lcy retires and Hank confidence they manifested and extended successor Condition and Discounts house Trca Clrelllat1011s 820518 5107 Taxes 2403 Report ot the condition of the Crab Orchard Banking At the close of business DeL CoI ltKHOIMCIX Notes and bills discounted 857Ni5 92 Furniture lull fixtures 1440 00 Ranking house and lot 14591 55 Due from banks 15022 71 Cah ac1 47 559011 l5 IIt111itTlS Capital stuck 815000 00- Surlus 0 1IIIU- rm hividcd pnlfiLSA II III Deposits 4I51XO 75 59011 11- 5Earningij past six month S 2005 79 Brought forward month previous ill 21 21X5 00- nisiiRjiJi or t s FOIIOWN ExpellEe six months S 1000 00 Curried to surplus 500 00 10I2lXi 00 WM MORRIS Cashier The last resting place of your departed i ones by the erection of a suitable J Monument Let It be of exclusive and artistic design the best material and of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Marker and IirLetteringNone better None cheaper WM ADAMS 8 SON Lexington Ky CCflJJ j 11f Owing to tho busy scajon in our Jewelry Store I will havo2tojdi n s tinuo iny visits to Stanford until Spring Headaches granulated lidsstye pain in and around the eyes nervous ness etc life often the results of cyo strains We straighten crossed ccs without the knife scissors or pain Wo use no medicine in cxamiiiation or treatment of tho eyes nor do wo perform any surgical operation Results Count Dr Murray fitted glasses for mo that have given most perfect satisfaction more than nny 1 ever had The glasses fitted for my aunt Mrs Duddcrar of MctCtunoy are also perfectly satisfactory Luanna Gentry Stanford Ky The guises you fitted for mo two years ugo have given mo better satisfac thou than any I ever had on my eyes J W Rout Stanford Ky Thanking the people for their liberal patronage t Dr E H Murray Ophthalmologist Homo OHicc With Murray it McAdams Danville Ky Central Kentucky lJ Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford Ky NoJS M acm ol unimproved land In Iron county from babuls sutton on Iron ldnnroutee Will y sell exchange rrorertllo No Small farm S7 sens Suites from Man orO llouiul fuurgouJ rooms back porch and I veranda UooJ tarn sod other bulldlnn In good repair Cut IntU Beldt well bocnl tent In eultlTstloo on sen In fruit truce rat U crass Ilou btatrommluloeeraaUu bargain and ran basobI at bargain Close to schoul and church 1rlce fM per acre Und ljolnln cold fur I il Tblsls a Ur im aodI No MA farm ot 101 aim In Guy county and oneball sturr dwrlllst with ill room good barn and other outbuildings Bitty acre In rultlfstlon IS acres In timber fruit trees eta lajs well on county raid cue to churches school etc Irlce only No M 8M arrea ol coal and tlmUr land bra crHIralIour irettoslxfnU Itleer luvlpM 10 the mouth ol atata creek A rallioad Is surf IbiD three talk of Mid property the Umber euntblt ol oakelr THie Will teller eirbasc o0 easy termINo oA bin two story elfbl room frame dwelling In HISDlord llss two halls good teller wlth conflate floor goo l csrden wen n kitchen oeero ratiln oa plac which relit lor luonU Tb rent fort13termonth This prop 1111111IJ tenant bourn barn room over stork and all gthernaeuy outbuildings all In gowlreulr UOM to srbool acrreiiirailroad In good twtchliorbood cultivation tat n grass and timber de Toll Ii an deal conntrv bom a all rontenlenres on puce taleeetc Well watered with It ntrr lalllllC etc Irlrc raaona- blehastwernotlmdonmliI from Souenri Kreutlnt TD Btlda Forty HTM In cultiva lion In tlnitwr did ins 1rouibollohlllsilt ullHlrum railroad and sauce from Artasssa- river t Tenty rrMOflsnd Is river tntlnu Is orslclaie land sod In gras This land Is lor or suhange No SI fIrm ol3loll arra In Mncoln county Three nod dwelllnft toed turn aoI other out bulldlnnesch houe taro etc ell1 the center of acres All on county road ti mile from church school snd poatoffliw UTS well sad well stud This Is a loud tobacco farm and would suit two or tbr fsndlin that might want to come item tbe ssue Mlthborbood 1rlcn rwionsble No Twostory frame dwlln of six room two hail v rands e well st door and all omer IIftIar outbuildings Also large blacksmith ho OiMsndsnedl lull length of shop and feel wide This property will be sold at a my low prlcw No 9A farm ol IK acres four tulles from titan ford on beet pike In the countywell watered dwelling fronts pus all necwarv outbuildings A splendid btus grass Isms aid only III minutes sIt from county seat Owner of bua arm adjoining this has recently refused 111 art tm vi u rr Ibis at 11160- No Mnfty scree near Pleasant Point Ky Frame nouns rooms Sod Darn and other outbuildings 1T81o cultivation ml In the ber Well watered yanli from pmlonVt chool sod church lays well on pike and In good niunlty ides MM No ISEV arr farm wile of Crab Orchard Ky Hrlek dwelling Scums two tenant bous two barns IInd spring near dwelling Farm In high stats ol cultivation acre river bottom- land good renting fruit etc Prlc J37JO In sets No 7A nice lama at Highland well improv eJ well watered etc Irk era 746a aces of Und on Jamestown rod south of Dunnllle rue acres In cultivation about sl acres In tlnberanJ rest in grass A lares new frame dseti Ing also an oU Jwelllne on place A new barn and IwuoUones ll Is well watered and the fencing good On puNk roll Irlc f oas Also a 50 barrel mill In Mercer county ICy on Bait Ulver leans power new un tOdnte In every particular and jfoo dwell Ing with Improvements 20 acres of line land close to Southern railroad Price fJ 7Hno arras of land near Junction Clirml In aeteo adds Zt arm l graw a etc young orchard sodonoftbelest gripe liar bon In kelilurt Party sold hound ol grates lat year Well watered and renc al goal L7oe to school and churches A twostory six room barn ek all In gout IrardlllnlfIrOOtI Also II ncreaof Florida land In Mann villa On railroad street through place leaving 5 Hcrcson one side with iistory 5 room house and prance pcaclies jxyars plums grape till twaring Iod 6 acme en other stile with room onuMorv house anges peach warn plums grape lieu Ing All tar 82000 or tin 0 acres for llfeOO and the acres for 1100 A Ilullltl county Ky forum of 100 acres with good 3story house metal roof barns water etc 110 acres of timber that will make ties stiivos barrel timber Oround will prow wheat curia tobacco etc only 13000 cash 1iace hits 300 fruit trees 171 acres 3t mllu llardstown JuoclKiri Iluliltt county Ky 120 acres cultivated balance In timber good three room house with hall new log burn smoky house wood bouse line well good airings iced running water two orchard three room ttitinnt hcsst Is u beautiful farm and productive cheap for 13500 2000 cash balance In one two and three years 133 acres threo milo of Wlllliburtf Wuili lupton county Ky lumens cttltlviktcd acres In beech timber roll cistern springs aI orchard 1J4 six room frame house veranda collar barn cribs wood house smoke house lion liousu school on the farm This a good farm worth thin nionoyi8u tl2SO cash balance one and two years Jesse W Sweeney ritorntKTOit Livory Food and Solo BtaWo Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up date rigs at reasonable rules 10I WitlwworksfencedaodIngoalrepal ththTw5story IlaadAIbullillngi On county rwd iplendld Inbacro Itni daIrablwooysceburgDwellingand building Its rood repair lroouCli time schoolIandongaodroom jnolrtllr and 2- 1arm land Net W roilf well etch price Fear leg placedoOrchardcheepNo Tvoatorrlndi d lll ro4aa lull Ooalgardnfenringandboeselagoatrnlr I Kingssloewatnl two tool Urn and otbro- utbuUdlaVo rood 19lr IIwlIInl eemnruh r 4schoolpItesnd eaenty teed ant la the most Irable f farmbrIIvlonrIipetrel propertyVoulbuiWIDgi7wellelayard IrlcvfMiiWollculars address Central IIuckItMI HiUU hicbinje Till n WUIlKbybeerltJIDnatytermNo wd9 arm of gnarl laud six rooms twO tolbhumsIrkelandrlltlrINo ITen atrr ol land to story front rot goalgsntenandplodldorehadol two labllbur house amuke bona etc then lulm a gas mill the plhoIt od rrniht r In mill It Is run by tat ural lower which Is a gent economy and the dim alowflgureorlasIiKoJii nlllltolIlarce rooms double reran storeroomroatlntlord tag anlrroitin bluely fnrnltncl papered aDdryslntel I moml aul veranda each A arge barn en sanhlot u1 u livery stabl lootJgarden arant lot adjolnlDf 34 fret front 300 KyandrermoolbotehabgeforNo IA nlce four room rollsge water in 1larolrnInd10000troU35 acres In Allen county ICy on rail rod and plko about to acres cultivated about 125 In timber and grass and about ISO In grass Timber on place Is cut to 18 inches but will make turret timber shing les ties ant cord wood enough to pay for the place twice over A part fenc ed There are four dwelling of rooms each and ono store of twontorlrs with room above has well anti Hprln i of water Ii In 3 miles of rountv seat and was tobacco corn wheat grits etc for f00 Onehalf cliMb countyICybuilt 8 yearn IIRO Iteam and water power uptodatemead bolt The Is of 7 years run 11 acres with the mill including what It with the house of 5 rooms All for 80210 or f 500 for the mill and 14 acres One halt ebUna fine trade No mill In 10 miles No ij noooo acres ol cotton land In Allttiitlpfi There Is no tectUm of country which offers to many appoitunltlet tor proliUMe Investmenl at the Mlts slppi clu which Is now fitly described as Pros panty Valley The limber It becvmlne wore valu peoplefromdiminishing are constantly Increasing their putfchases of timber lands In South When Ihe her Is removed the land Is unequaled lor acIcultL rat purpinet It will produce a bate of cotton to the acre or will grow any other klnj of crop rabid In Ihe temperate tone The toll needs no fenlluersand r Klvet nylclj which cannot excelled latet ere low title It perfect and the man who buys Delta larm and timber lanJ1 present prices Is making an levestment that ha will never regret land Is dl sided Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to Ihe tract la acres to the tract and prices from fa per acre c tu SiO per acre according to location etc We me authorlted by Ihe company who owns theta lands M state that as other parties are conjljfrlnjj the purthate of these lands that wt otter these tracts sub wftto prior tale withdrawal from matket or change n price wllhont notice However when notified they will hold any tract out of market long enough for the purchaser to make an Investigation About uooo acres of this lend lu been told by the Corn pany tlnce wo received this option bur further par Icuurt taU at our office n The New Mason HotelY RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm BUUOAI13 Proprietor Electric Lights In every room KefurnlkheJ and Under entire New Management oblhe favorite porter meets all trains Large WelMlghtr Simjls Room 6