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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL= t VOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY C 1905 3 P M NO 92 q In Memory of My Dear Sister Mts W P Robinson Who owDelmrted this Life Doe 13th 1904 tier sun went down in the morning While lIfo was fair and bright Out WI not an eollpio of darkness That hid her train our eight rI For the valley of death wai brighter Than mho bill of life the trod 1 And the poaca that loll on her spirit Was tho calm deep peace ol pod For she felt Christs presence was with bar Acd Uo would Rive her ret She know In whom she trusted She counted all thing lost And clung with arms of fsllb und love To Christ and to fill cro And from that cross I radiance Fell with softening beam That shown through tie depth of tho shadowy vale And brightened death narrow stream For the felt Christs pretence was with her And He would give tier rest She caught glimpse but only A gllmpteof day to bs If too path bo blest or lonely She could not plainly see 4But a voice of tender sweetness Fell on her hart depressed And whispered will go with thou And I lIIlhe then ret And If through Jordan river Her feet have had to so For she has pissed away t From this ud vale of woe Sweetly hit voice did whisper Kersho bould bo distressed My presence shall BO with thee And t will Rive thou rest To that land of peace j Where thou art gone Adlcui and farewelli are a ound un Icoowa May I but meet thoo 00 that peaceful shore Where parting words shall pal our lips no rooro May I but bear thin whliper My prf renoA shall go with thee Mud will give the ret oh yo lent one ye departed Who have passed that silent shore Though wo cull you through the suaiot Ye return to us no more Do you hear ui when we call yon Do you heed tbo tears wo shod l Obi beloved oh Immortal Ob ye dead who are not dead Speak to us aero the darkness Wave to us a glimmering hand Toll ui but that ye remember Dwellers In a silent Und I shall one day stand by the waters cold And list for the round of the boat maoe oar I shall pats from sight with the bolt paleTo of the iplrll land I shall know tbo loved who have gone j before And joyfully sweet will the meeting + be When over tho rlvor the peaceful riv or The angel of death shall carry me Where that crystal stream thro end lees years Flow over golden sands And In the sweet byoandbyo 1 will sleep my sisters hand And I thai hear that same sweat voice In tones 10 sweet and low My pretence shall go with then And I will Rive thee rest A steamer loft Seattle with FANNIE 0000 barrel of beef bellered to be for the Rut ilan army Trip to Lafollette DEAR iNTKKlOrt Having completed my yimrii labors and preached a good nqw sermon on Corlitmas day I Ig nored all Invitation to Xraas feast and hied away toeat turkey with my son at Lufiiieiie roan and on Wed nctday morning with tf nvel and cin der in my ayes I opined them on this pKce watch la hardy icnown on the mp but wnlch Is destined to tako the lead ul no distant day I found Indeed a phenomenal city not uniKe to our own Miadiuouro In its boom dayi vet with a basis for fu ture growth and prospurlty unequaled B M L follctle first protnjior and president of Lafollelio Coal Iron anil Railroad Co stands la the lead R 0 Wlnlclur formerly of Louisville gen eral manager rod vice president There aro stout lUOcolce oven In lull blat and tbo raououlnv which form the background are filled with luex bauslaDiti quantities of coal and Iron oro end one mountain of white sand Toe Iron furnace Is ItIt Mr Emmett Smith general tune keeper and man ager took great pima U having mo shown through the works and I was amazed Lafolletto and III outfit has to be seen to bo appreciated tory body busy but find time to make the stranger leel a homo Tbero are 18 brick business houses already raised on the burnt district four nice churches two college buildings two railroad two bank etc The city cover about tour miles In area sod U a live ono I am Indebted to R B Wlokler A J Carr Bmmelt Smith Tom Uolton J A Hawkins P Roach G M Glover Barry Wynn Jacob Qjconcr and others for kindness during my stay It was all too snort and exciting for the old man Magic is the art John Watson an old Stanford boy was putting tome finishing louche ou tbe L k N depot Rev J P Chiles train Kentucky U psstorot the Baptist church and certainly U getting a hold on his people AUo Crato Mauplo of Madison with his two sons aru run ping a real bluegrand very Biablc with bile gran hones and fed on bluegrass eed Be Is all right rigged up one of his belt teams and I was soon lIylnl- ruer tbij beautiful though rough broad iireato taking In tbo tight The L V N extension could not go across the Southern but was allowed to go over or under to It tucked Iti bead and went under and I understand opened for trifle Jan 10 we can now get on at Stanford and without change or stopover go right on South via Lafolletto I tell you mho old man had a j lly Xmas Tbo people are just like KenI lucky people If It Is Last Tennessee nod then last but not let was that grandson ol mine and a Tonnetseean too but he is a dandy sure and bids fair to bo a parson but I hope not a Parson Brownlow for I bad enough of blm In the sixties Well you must go down before the four year old city gets out of site R R NOEL Mr SocietySo poor Mr bmytbe It dead Mn Rok Yei poor thing Shall you go to the funeral Mr Society Ob my no Sbo owes mo a call Puck epeThis It what Charles Rundo a Lou livllle glutton ate at ono sitting Thlr tysiz oysters 21 sausages 21 rabbit legs 2S rabbit backs Also a few con dlracnls a little bread und butter and In order to wash It down bo drank a little beer John Alexander Dowlo has left Chi CIO for Mexico where bo hopes to found a second Zion Cltv j THE HOME OF VIMOt To Rundown People Many people think they have some organic trouble or chronic disease because they feel weak all tired out cannot sleep have no ambition energy or appe tite This condition is probably caused by overwork close confinement or worry To these people we say try Vinol if it i r does not create strength and build you up t we will ourselves pay for all the medi cine you take Respectfully PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD 1 BARGAINSOno good secondbund heating stole suitable for 1Vroughtfr I Pumps any price or any depth put in f Roofing Gut ll toning Warm Air Furnaces nod all Kinds of Repair Work done promptly 5 H ALDRIDGES Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky 1kph t oreherItraergo Frank N Noekt hit wife and IOV erol chlldrun were burned to death at Morris Run 1n Oxen Mcintyre and Virgil Chatham of Hurrndaburt hnvo purchased a pa per la Vurcalllcn New York diamond dealtuhave been advised ol an advance of 6 per cent In the price of stones John Qaibawa the Negro jockey who murdered his mistress at Wlr chfilor Will hanged tbnr Oille Cannon was arrested at Lexlnr ton oo the charge of murdering a four tuonuold babe seven years ago Wblte Jetton Neero who assaulted it farmer near Sonne Jill Ark wit taken from the officers and lynched Fire nt nrd4ton destroyed the plant of the Recordnewspaper and a bgtet emeot house entalllni a loss of 110 000 Thecaseeagainst W S Taylor and Charles Finley alleged to bavo been Implicated In tbo Qoobel murder were called In tbe Franklin clroultcourt and continued lermun K Knlppnborc eald to bare beeu the oldest postmaster In point of continuous service In the Cob ted States Is dead at his home In Femme Osage Mo An automobile collided with a trolley car In New York smashed up things generally Injured over a score of wr men and children exploded and waets strayed by Ore Eight men are known to ho dead and three seriously Injured In a boiler ex plosion and Ore wnlch destroyed the Pliuburg towboat Defender at Uunt tncion W Va Prof Albert P Matthews of the University of Chicago declares that life Is the result of purely physical and chemical forces Irrespective of any dl vine or vital force Mrs Noah Elolibrooke was Instant ly killed and John Halt fatally wound ed by a bullet from u revolver that loll ed out of tbe blp packet of Ball during la dance aUbo homo 01 Mr Untebrooke couatyIand vicinity has just experienced the worst storm that has visited that soutlon In several year Nine into of snow fell a marked drop In temperature occurred and untold suffering among the poor followed Seven deaths were attributed to tbo storm Tralllc was paralyzed and small grocers put up supplies to famine pri ceGold sliver and bills amounting to more than 110000 has been found 10 creted about the borne of Franck Du bel of Burlington N J For years be bad lived as a recluse denying that be had any wealth other than his home and tbo spacious grounds that sur rounded It It Is now estimated by the relatives that his estate will amount to between 1300000 and 1000000 CEDAR CREEK Rev Hutching of Preachersvllle will preach at Sugar Grove Sunday next at 11 oclock Everybody Invited MUe Maude Bourne left last week for Wllmore MUs Deulab Kdwnrdg and Stephen Wllburn drove to Stanford Now Years day and were married by Rev Huov Tby took the nlgbt train for London where tbo groom has a splendid pool Lion with the L L N Mr Uolton has sold bit farm to Geo Bunt and wlil give poeaeelon soon Able Bryant has sold his farm to W T White and will move to Corbla Mr White having just married will take bis bride to bla now home at once Mrs Molllo Manuel has returned from Lebanon Junction Miss Lula Chandler la visiting at Springfield Miss Thena Bryant bas a position In the postofllce at Crab Orchard 0 M and Thomas Ballard were edited to Stanford last week to attend the burial of their brother Mack Ballard who was killed In a wreck at Peru lad Born to the wife of E O Singleton nne boy Mn G A Adams returned from Garrard last week Mr Bailey of Indiana tbu guest of his nephews Leonard and Wade Hampton Mitchell Wbltt has been sick but is better Jno Ford has completed his house and will move Into It soon Wm James has moved to Rowland Garloy James has moved to Mrs Dr Osley farm Sickening Shivering Fits Aguo and Malaria can bo relieved and cured with Electric Hitters This IIa pure Ionic medicine of especial benefit In malaria for It exerts a true curative In fluonce on the disease driving it entirely out of the system It is much to bo preferred to quinine having none of this drugs bad aftereffects E H Munday of Henrietta Tex Writes My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaun dice ho took Electric Hitters which saved his life For wale at Pennys Drug gtoro and by Lyne pros Crab Qrchard Ky PrlcoGOc guaranteed 1 aL nos S MR W M BRIGBT Thw above II rmber youthful looking for Mr W M Bright but It Is bis picture taken sown years ago Since be has become a bankerfarmer be has been too busy to bavo his shadow caught and we had to use an old picture In making the cut Mr Bright was elected cashier of the Lincoln County National Bank Friday after noon to succeed Dr J B Owsloy who bad served In that capacity for some 33yeara His selection to tbe Impor tint position Is entirely satisfactory to tbe stockholders and patrons of tbe popular Institution and that It will prove a good move for the bank wo have no shadow of doubt Bis career as a banker begun In February 1883 when he took a position as bookkeep er lie became a popular oQlolal from the start and a number of years later was chen assistant cashier No ttan In tbe county stands higher than this splendid gentleman who has the reo tprctnnJ admiration of all classes and all ages A floe business moan a devout church tneouber and an upright citizen be will adorn any position be may fill and the INTERIOR JOURNAL heartily congratulates the bank on having such a ROod moo to succeed Kentucky model banker Dr J B Owsloy Mr Bright has an interesting family of an excellent wife and two bright boys Be doesnt like to talk about bis Rile but for the benefit of those who do not know Urn we will state tbat be Is just old enough to serve thoroughly eatli factory as a bank cashier Capture of Port Arthur Cost Over 100000 Lives Until otllolal figures are published by both combatants no accurate estimate of tbe casualties on either side can be given The following figures roughly computed from press reports and occasional otliolal reports while no claim of accuracy Is made for them will give some Idea of tbe frgbtful besot life on land and sea Russia bad In Port Ar thur 40000 men transferred from war vessels for shore duty 10000 ablebod ted men on duty when Port Arthur surrendered 6000 In hospitals 15000 unaccounted for UBOOo Japanese op crating against Port Arthur 200000 estimated Japanese losses at Port Ar tour 76000 Russian naval losses around Port Arthur 4000 Japanese tosses Including sinking of transports 5000 LANDSTOCKCROPSETC Over 1000000 pounds of tobacco burn ed at Greenville N O The W R Buchanan farm In tbe East End has been rented to Charles GarnerBascom Lair of Harrison county bas refused 1Jio for bis 40000 pound crop of tobaccoJ Rhodes of Boyle sold to the American Tobacco Co COOOO lbs of tobacco at 12s Three thousand turkeys wereehlpped out of Robertson county last week for which the raisers received an average of 10 cents per pound Former Employ And whats be come or old Balemup wbo used to be working In the proofroom Editor IsadlljGone Bated to part with blm too But the pressure be came unendurable Although he made mo say tbat old Munnybaggs who died bad by Industry and frugality accumulated a lonesome future when I wrote It handsome fortune I forgave blm and leshim stay on But when be had mossy In a society Item that Miss Fltznoodlos coiffure was rightful by reason of the awful derangement of her soft brains instead of delightful by reason ol tho careful arrangement of her soft braids the pressure brought to bear by Influential citizens was something I could DO longer withstand Baltimore American Bow does tayman now It makes him fairly roar To find bos dated all hit mall January 1001 Walton Opera Mouse ljr Friday Evening Jan J3JDiivo B Lcvis presents the Peer of Dual Role Actors Elwyn Strong in Robert Louis Stevensons Powerful Masterpiece DR JEKYLL and MR HYDE A superb company of capable players presenting a thrilling interesting play Unexcelled in dramatic power unequaled in artistic strength nuparalled in artistic splendor The gcasona startling successful dra matic treat in sfiige realism Prices 25c 50c 75c Seats on sale at McRoberts Drug Store Dont Get Your Feet Wet It will be cheaper to buya pair of DOUGLAS SHOES For SJOO or 5110 We have a full line of them in nil leathers Rise Rubbers and Felt Bout- sttsteesestra JW21LOOKOUT thesittce thing but If she accepts you the day wont be fur d tant whoa you will be confronted with tte rublem And well walter will i find It a hard proposition too Star right get acquainted with us well belp smooth the thorny of liousekerplop tur the newly wed couple Jack Rout and llonrno Goodo salesmen furors H HIGGINS STANFORD KY New Store Clearance Sale I v In order to make room for our Spring stock which will be coming in shortly we have decided to cut down the PRICKS of our stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Ladies Cloaks Jackets Skirts and Ladies and Gouts Furnishings To be appreciated you must see the bar gains we are ollering to you therefore we invite you to come see and ho convinced of the bargains wo are uttering Dont miss the opportunity of seeing our goods before you buy elsewhere tt SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Overcoats and Suits at Special Prices for the next IO days r W E Perkins crlbflfhlrd 1j t j THE INTERIOR JOUR ALI E c WALTON MANY of the democratic papers to eluding the INTERiOIt JOURNAL have cause for complaint on account of the careless manner In which their publi cation are handled This from the Mountain Democrat goes to show the partisan doings of eome of the postal Y clerics and postmasters Many com platnti have reached this otHce lately about our paper falling 10 reach Its deetlnano One subscriber wrltoe that the Eobo comes to hie tiularly but tbai our psper Is enerallyI delayed Since the blame Is ofllca and the mall paeaea hand of republican official It Is self t evident whereto the blame Ilea Tbo Echo like the Democrat Is published at London but Is the worst republican pill In the box hencu It reaches Its sub crlbera on time and In good shapa As newspapermen Irrespective of politic t ara compelled to pay postage in ad- vanceI on their paper we would like to know why this dUcrlmlnatlon In the te handling of them The Kentucky Press t Association would do well to look Into the matter and see who la to blamo for 1ucbmeanness and put a stop to It If Kpoaelbte In Chia connection we desire to soy that we believe Lincoln Countys postmasters do their duty to the letter ti and that we have no reference to them whatever They are all our friends and are almost as anxious for our sub t scribers to get their pipers regularly ae we are THE Qopklnsvllle Kentuckian spells It BoosBvelt but In view of the fact that the president dose not drink to excess it seems probable that It was merely a typographical error Louis vUeTlmee If Teddy was a boozer many of his foolish acts could be at trlbutedio booze but as he is not a drinker we suppose the most liberal t view to take of the matter Is that his bead is full of wheels i f tTlJEexpected ha- sT happened and the extra scselon of the Legislature has I been called Now let the boys go to Frankfort change the site to a moro sightly one and see how quickly they can get back bom CAUHIE NATION Is the name of a 8101 trOjiter owned at Maysvllle It ought to be little trouble for her to smash the records If theres atythlug In a name t POLITICAL W L Cobb of Rockland was sworn In as governor of MalDeITho deadlock lo the Delaware Leg telaturnremalneunbroken United Statee Senator Hale of Au gusta Me has been named for a fifth t term it William L Douglas of Brockton was Inaugurated governor of Massach usetts The Legislatures of Colorado Mia court Montana New York and Illinois have assembled j Collector of Internal Revenue Jamee Denton Is In Washington working to secure a reaopalntJient Mr Yerkes presented Brutus J Clay to the President and asked that be be given a foreign service position t Senator Blackburn la pleased over the announcement of Representative D H Smith thathe will not be a can didate for Senator f to keeping with an agreement made I Ix years ago when be was Governor of f New York Preeldent Roosevelt will be iodlDed Feb 14 by the Hungarian Repub lican Club New York- RepreseotatlvelGllbert has been no tided that the Public Buildings and i Grounds Committee will make a favor able report on his bill to erect a goy ernment building at Lawrenccburg 4Gov Beckbam has Issued a call for l the General Assembly of Kentucky to convene In extraordinary session on January 12th for the sole purpose of considering a change in the site for the new State capitol building ExCounty Judge J G Tllford has ir announced for county judge of Casey subject to the action of the republican party Judge W G Ralnee the lu 4 cumbent Is also a candidate Tbe data of a primary election has not yet been 1Secretary of State McChesney has made a formal demand on the represen tatives of the Southern Pacific Railroad I Company for the payment of 60000 In to the State Treasury as organization tax on tbo recent Increase of Its capl tat stock Senator Stone of Missouri Introduced a resolution asking the Judiciary Committee to inquire Into assertions made by Thomas W Lawson and former Judge Parker concerning contrib utions to the presidential campaign funds of IS0qaud 1004 B Smith of theCongressman Fourth Kentucky district announced that be would not be a candidate for the seat of Mr Blackburn In the Upl would he seek ted States Senate nor reelection to Congress Mr Smith the oldest member In point of service la the House from Kentucky Upon the conclusion of the term for which he WM recently elected be will have icrv d years Senate committee made a fvi r ITbe upon the nomination of W D Crum for the Charleston S 0 col lectorsblp Tbe Domination will bo confirmed at the next executive set sloo of the Senate Here and There Belle Cole the American singer is dead In London All grades of refined sugar have been advanced ten eta a 100 poucds Mrs Margaret Downey of Pentago Mlcb Is dead at the ago of 107 Two were killed by a boiler explo don at a saw mill near Ellzabathtown Joe Thoenl a 10 year nld boy of Tell City lad died as tho result of being wounded with a toy pistol Samuel Floe a well known Cincin nati democratic politician died cud denly of apoplexy at Manchester O Chocolate coated strychnine and nux votnlca tablets pretcrlbed for their mnttif caused the death of two child ren jo Louisville The last speech ln no Marcum dam ago trial at Winchester wee made by C J Brooston this morning and tho jury now bas the case Wm Swope Lexington came near drowning by tailing through tbo Ice at State College lake He was skating when the Ice gave way B1 Ewen has Just completed the erection of his new hotel situated In South Jackson near tho site on which the old Ewen Hotel wee burned As a memorial to the late Theodore Thomas It Is proposed to change tho came of the permanent new home of the Chicago Orchestra Thomas Hall Imprisonment for life was tbo ver diet of the Jury In the trial of Barnes Gllleiple at Rising Sun Ind charted with the murder of bis sister Eliza beth Gilletple I Cant do That Sum If of water wagons there Is one And of drinkers ateenty score Aqd If on New Year all climb on Acd swear theyll tipple never more And each one tumbles sixteen times And celebrates like all creation How many little clinking dimes Go to the barkeepe of the nation Put down six and carry two Gee but this Is bard to do You can think and think and think Till your brains are numb 1 dont care what teacher says I cant do this sum If 50 marrlol men go home at night And 38 are puddled And 20 are huffed on sight While 24 are coddled And 10 angry wives allege Tbat theyll go home and stay How many men will take the pledge Again on New Yearday Put down six and carry two Gee but this Is bard to do You can think and think and think Till your brains are numb I dont care what teacher says I cant do that sum IN NEIGHB iiINGCOUNTIES The city council of Barbourvllle pacE ed the curfew law James M Stapp has been appointed postmaster at Million Madison county vice B Holmao removed Tne Mlddlesboro man who traded his wife for an accordion must feel lonely and much depressed by the silence in rte home Louisville Times John Bryant of Pulaskl county has plead guilty In the Franklin circuit court to aiding a prisoner to escape from the Franklin county jail and was given a sentence of one year In the penitentiary For the totr 1004 Kentucky yielded and turned Into cash an average of 3 000 barrels of petroleum nvery day bringing Into the coffers of producers over 1000000 For six months from June to November Inclusive the output of Wayne was 444580 barrels the sev eral divisions contributing to the ag gregate as follows Steubenvllle 252 Cooper 03454 Elk Spring Valley 47021 Sllckford 32862 Beaver Creek 7753 bbis- SURGERY WHILE You WAITMrst- lbert Shae came up from Independ ence yesterday to havo the bullet with which aba shot herself removed Dr Moore performed the operation and had no difficulty in locating the bullet It had struck her ID the breast went Trough a lung and bit the shoulder blade where It lodged The doctor took a knife and cut In about an InchI and a half until It touched the bullet Tbe hole wee then enlarged and the bullet taken om Mrs Shae was con scious during the operation and stood it well and walked back to where she was visiting lola Kay Register While the engine was taking water the passenger with the Imposing watch chain and eyeglass strolled out on the platform and looked with Interest about him Byovelha said to the solitary native who was sitting on a flour bar rel the village looks just exactly as it did twenty years BRO when I moved away from hero dont believe It has hanged a particle In all that time I reckon not mister said the colt tary native biting offm chew of tobac co Your loin away dont seem to have made much difference In thedurn ed old Lowe PREACHERSVILLE T W Payne sold a pony to Prof Datsoo for 125 The Mleee Cummins gave a delightful party Thursday evening which was well attended By requqst Davy Lunt tbrd presided at the organ and rendered some pretty selections F F Cum mins and wife and M O Kennedy and wife were present adding much pleat urn to the occasion M 0 circulated and had as much fun as a 10 yearold boy At a late pour the gucstn reluctantly touk their departure each speak lag In high terms of tbq occasion MUses Fannlo abd Ella Thompson entertained Friday evening In honor of Misses Anna Crannn and Llllle Garner of Colorado ana Cedar Creels respect ively The handsome homo was bril liantly Illuminated anti the spacious parleys were profusely decorated wits holly and mistletoe Tbo evening was spent lo pleasant conversation and In tereeilac Runirfa were plated Some of Crab Orchards young folks were In at tendance Everybody ot joyed them selves the hours sped on too swiftly IDdit was with regret that the gay crowd took Its departure Born to the wife of Jack Klrny a 11 pound too Jack la exceedingly bappy Miss Noland of Cedar Creek visited Miss Garnet Scott Miss Balllo Brown was the guest of Mlie Carrie Thomp son Cowie D outton of Mt Vernon visited at A J Thompsons RevsB C Horton of Mllleriburg Is vitlllog his mother Mrs N J Barton Sam Carpenter has moved here from Madi ton Menefee Elmnro bus ii slight at tack of Oklahoma fever Mrs W H Cummins has been quite sick but U better Mr and MM James Rodgers are very ill of grip Mrs Sutton the aged mother of J IC and W T Sutton who has bad a stroke of paralysis Is much better Mine Carrie Tbompton Is suQering froth a pin scratch on her finger and hat fell of blood poison James Rlgneys three buys have wnoop Ing cough The man up for larceny bad admitted his guilt when apprehended butat the trial the Green Bg says his Toutbful counsel defended him with great ob stinacy and unnecessary brilliancy Gentlemen said the Judge regard lag the jury with a benevolent smile the prisoner saps be Is guilty bis coon eel says be Is not You must decide be tween tbemIt Then after an effective pause the Judge dded There Is one thing to remember gentlemen Tbe prisoner was there and hU counsel wasnt Spoiled Her Beauty Harriett Howard of 209 W filth street New York at one time ball her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writes 4I had Silt Rheum or Eczema for Tears but nothing would cure it until used Bucklers Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns and sores 25c at Penny Diug Store and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Ky Crazed by jealuuay Henry Loom- is shot und killed Mr Loomis and Frank Dunne cad committed suicide at Portland Ore A S PKICIi SorfeoBDontlit Manford Ky 0Mtf r UiBotwrt Drag Store ttae Ow1s 7 UallUnt w For Sale Privately My homo and 10 acres of land situated Juit outside of town limit on the Somerset pike house has 1 room kitchen and sat vanti room Rood cellar stable and all neceuary outbuildings Water hydrant in the yard and one for stock a JP BAILEY E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J HI IOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Ky Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Oall on ui on Depot Street Alto Dealers In Ooal NEW LIVERY STABLE 8WBTO2BA83NProri JUNCTION CITY KV PlritOlau Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Orate and Hay Sain FOR SALE I Highly Improved stock farm of 375 acres In Kysituatedturnpike being about seven mites from Win chester and the same from Mt BIer ling Ky Can be divided Into four farms as follorf One of acres with good house of five room and new tobacco barn One pi 100 acres adjoining the above with house of four rooms and large tobacco barn One of 180 acres with large dwelling of eight rooms all necessary outbuildings three earns anci two tenant boule One of 215 acres with two houses two barns and outbuildings For particulars address X J a PA a Clmurt tfAI EIPtomu i fvinritnl irowlh Fall to Itxtora Cun hiiY3Kaet Jack and Stallion Sale Wo will hold our ftlt Jack and stallion sale at Union Stock Yards Lexington the third week In February following the Tat tcrsall sales Write us for entry blnnks J K COOK k 00 Lexington Ky WANTED I Turkey Duck Geese and Chickens Highest cash market price U D NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky Stockholders Meeting A mteUDIt lIf the stockholder of the First National Uank of Stanford will bo huh ut their banllln house tbt second Tuesday In eltCtllIgdirectorJOHN J McIiOIIKItT Usliltr Stockholders Meeting A inuetlugof the stockholder of tho National flank of Uu ronlIIe will ba hold at thrlr tmnklng house In lluttonrllo the seC oDd Tuenday In January 1109 between 0ancl 12 sb for the jmrpovj of vleotlng llrec IoU to sews the rnulnx veer- J W IIOOKKIt Rishlrr Stockholders Meeting A meeting of tho stockholders of the tin williboTutsdayIn January IV03 for the purpose of electing yearJR A JONES DENTIST Stanford Fly Offlco In Myers Houie Iarlor Phone Y IIEstray Notice Etrnyed or stoles from the Humbor I tab farm on theCbapp llaGap pike near Crab Orchard a ted steer about two years old with peculiar masking should wrlghuuo or 100 pound AltO several head of sh reward will be Patti fur the return ullh1 stock Address Luck box 101 Stanford Ky orJIIOolllerOrabOrcbrdI j PUBLIC SALE I will on Saturday Jan II 1901 at 2 oclock r totler at pubic tale to tho highest bidder at the VanDeveer home 0- 0Et street Stanford one Klllneton piano almost new very little used doe Instrument cost 1321 one extra fine folding bed one large hall drsV line mlr ror one new sideboard one wardrobe ono hall heater and other household goods It sun will bo sold on credit ofsix months without Interests good negotiable note rust for catkin hand SALLIH VAKNON Pruitt Brothers1 Undertakers Livery FurnI taro New Years Presents PRUITT BROS Moreland ICy Tothe nsuringPubicI Having had a loss under Iollcy No Kl 137TOS of Home Insurance Co of New York Jesio D Wares Agent Stanford Ky I am prepared to recommend the above to you tell you for prompt anti liberal settlements of losses U nOD1 better and I dare say few alt good They do not deduct onefourth from your policy lit some would have you believe willingly and cheerfully pay you all the Indemnity that you pay them for Beware or Mutual or Assessment Far further particulars In regard tu Mutual or AMewiment Companies address me M OBtM MiHPiir Klogsvllle Ky IEVERYIODY is NOT A TAILOR i t Having been In the Tailoring busfncfn all my life I feol confident In saying I represent one of Ibo best tailoring firms In the country VVilb my tsxporlcnco In taking measures end dlrejtons give- your clothes are bound to be allsfclorv aa my many patropa in this line will bear me out My prIces aro tbo same as Inex erienced men who aro In the business also have a nice line ot fancy cheviot and other suiting I will cnt and make If you duslro at a moderate price Thank- Ing you for put favors I am yours H C RUPLRY the Tailor Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of land a twostory front 7 room cottage The house Is new Aplen did orchard There U larg- emiltontheplacela good crusher and the dam U In good and the natural pow er Is economy In running the mill Does a splendid business Everything If lis good repair has all necessary out building The owncra only reason for selling Is the rush of other business u ho him ex tensive farming interests to look after This property Is on the Hangtrg Pork about 4 miles from Stanford and can bo bought at a bargain For further particulars address tl0 Thurmond Lytle K or L It Hughes Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE Aa executor of tho will ot Fnnnln Ball deceased twill offer for sale to the highest on SATURDAY JANUAUV 7 1005 At 10 oclock at her late residence on Ruh llranch and Stanford pike near Bubble the One two hore wagon- mod following tiiuiu jsome harness 3 cows and 2 calves one food gentle family brood mare a Rood harness I and some situatephaeton crib 75 shocks ofbout barrels of corn In odder about M tons sheaf oats In barn ooonew oak IInglos50 bushclw coal 25 locust posts and lot of farming Implements too numerous to mention together a full line of household and kitchen furniture consisting of ono coal and one wood cooking stove Singer sewing miichlue chairs bed toads a lot o nice bed clothing feather- beds old tlmo reels and wheels and a lot of other ancient relics too numerous to muse ion always found at a closing oul sale where everything has to be sold TERMS All sums under 110 cash In hand over that amount a credit of six months without Interest with negotiable note payable In Qltlsens National Lancas tel Ky J J WALKER Exor A Bourne Auceev Dec 2s 01 SPECIAL BARGAINS r For you for the next two weeks at THE GRAND LEADER Wide Danish Clothall colors worth 25c special price 15c 36 inch Sliurkekin Suiting worth ISc 33c 40inch Meltoso Cloth brown blue black worth 85c special price 59c 54hicli Broadcloth brown nntl blue worth 85o spcciiU price fi8c- 12inch Heavy Suiting figured worth 7Cc special price 41c 81 TuHeUt Silk lirowtM tans while mill blue pccinl prim fiflc- UtMnch lllnck Tnlletn gimntntecil wcnr price 8125 special price iMo Indies Black Mercerized Underskirts 8176 quality special price S 11 II ladies Black fcrccriml Underekirta 8U125 iiimlity icoinl price 516J- Hcd Table Linen the J5e qualityelnvial price 2Uopor yard Hplondid White Table Linen at iMc jxir yard B2 Ladies Neck Fur reduced to 81II tit SJLS Indies Neck Furs reduced to S209 81 I idipfl1 Neck Kuru reduced to glUS 8r UdicV NecK Furs rcducc to 8t20 Ladies Neck Furs reduced to 85BO IS10 Ladies Neck Furs reduced to 82r SpecialO Flue Inckot silklined worth up to 812 littt year styles choice e2m MUses rackeU all woolworth 911ft 82JIO and S4 all go Dt the special prico of sum Ladies and 1ientl 100 linndkeruhiofa- Xultla prices 5c each liens Silk Initial HaudkerchioU choice lOc Largo nice Silk Handkerchief the foe kiml upeclal price 2fic It in to ymir in tcrct to ECO tlleso Elegant Bargains mid enve enough to buy your friend n I Chrutnins present front your imrclmswt here THE GRAND LIIOWSIEY IlLOCK IM B Lo y O Co S B Loyy j About Toilet Soap at Pennys JSuy your Soap where you have un assort moot to pick front We have such n lino of fie nUll Ink Soaps nil will enahlo you find what you wish11e also carrytin assortment of 20e anti 2V raps PENNYS DRUG STOREtanfrd HEADQUARTERS FOR AMERICAN FIELD AND HOG FENCE Ism e it r tris 111 alt Hw ttrrraw Style wr- ReOulsr Slays 13 Inor tJ In apart 5r INCA h 41 Iv ra vvs iwttU to r ry 1iirSpecial Hot HOrM end Cattle Style Stays JI In cr0 In part Made of large strong ligh grade stein wires heavily galvanized- Amply provides for expansion and contraction Is practically over lasting Never goes wrong no matter Jmw great n strain is put on iu Does not mutilate but does efficiently turn cattle horses hogs and pigs EVERY ROD OF AMERICAN FENCE GUARANTEED by the manufacturers and bus Call and see it Can show you how i will save you money anil fence your fields so thwill stay fencedIt GEORGE H FARRIS CO Stanford Ky AR u starter on January 5 1005 Ve will inaugu rate the grea- testCLEARANCEt SALE e- r In every Department this and adjoining counties ever given See small bills The Chas Wheeler Emporium HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY t All parties who owe me will please call promptly Jan 2 1005 and set tIe their accounts f will then be cfpcrsona continuance of same luring the + coining Will N ymutPhone No 13 Stanford Kentucky 1 Buy your Drugs Stationery Etc jduring 1905 of f W B MoRobertsDRUGGIST And Save Money u f of Silks Woolens and Wash Goods Marked at t Prices that will move them quick First l V buyers get the pick f CE SO srr D r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOHU KY s UO Wr earnestly tolled your presorlp lion trado for the reason that wn give this department our upeolal attention and can promise you thorough tied ao curate work Our Prescription Du- partment Is now more complete than ever be mod this with the tact of our steady Increase In business Is to convince you of tbe superior DrugMoroPERSONALS- MRS W E VAitNON has grip Moe FANNie DUNN Is quite ill DR W N CRAIG Is down with grip JtoflSBTKAUOltls down from Living too MRH ANNA D MCUOHHRTS Is down with a deep cold BOIW to the wlfo of Fred Von Gruonlgtn a ton Mil JS HUNHtnV of Mercer wai here with friends Miss ELLEN BAMOU went to Lex Ington thus afternoon MISBKS TBVIS OAHiHNTiHiand Mary VanArsdalo arena the alek list MISS JBNNIB LYNN visited her sis tcr MM W L Wood at Danville MRS L M WnTtmIt1LD aDd child ren returned to Livingston yesterday MISS FRANCKS AUSTIN hoe accepted a position as saleslady In Goldstein store MIBBBS MAlt AND BKSSin BURN slog of Lanckiter are guests of Miss Minnie Woods Mns W B DlLUON cow ol Lon t don was tbo guest ot her mother Mri tattle Broaddus- MKSSHBJ H MINOR and J w Humble of Perryvllle were guests of Mr J U Powell MRS U U ARNOLD mod children of Prl spent last week with her mother Mr Dells Austin Miss Kirrin Joocii will entertain a number of friend at her home In tbe country this evening Mil JAMES MILLKR of Montgomery Ala was the guest of bis mother 1n law Mrs Sue Uolmes Mn AND MRS C I DOR8KV Qf Cov la floe ire guests of Miss Lucy Simp Ion and the Misses Dawson Mn WILL W HAYS Is assisting In the management of Beazloy livery stable and nicking a good one h MR W B KIND who la getting to be the richest min In Bell county spent several days with hie parents at More s landMiss MARY MORLKV entertained a number of tbe young people last nigh A variety of fruit wat served during the evening A NUMIIKR of their friends stormed Mr and Mrs K Thomas Ponce 4 Wednesday evening They were de llKhtfully entertained MISS LttLtB MC3LAHV came up from Kooxvllle a few days ago to visit her sister and brother Mrs Mattie Ne vius and Mr J C McClary MissRsCooiEit FKLAND Ada Al corn of ttli county and Lula May Bruce of Boyle left thin week to enter Miss Thompson oral school at Mt Airy Philadelphia J 8 mourNs and family spent the holidays with relatives In Stanford and I Crab Orchard Mr and Mrs Arthur Dill and Mu Ju Beazley of Stanford are tbo guests of Mr John Mentions family Somerset Journal 1DR It A JONES of Stanford spent days last week with his pfTeDts In this county Mr A Ilunn was In Lincoln county lest week Miss Edna Camnltz visited Columbia the week be fore Christmas accompanied by her married titter Mrs Walter Vanar dale They were very much Impressed with Columbia Miss Edna will return f In a few daysAdair News LOCALS MONDAY Is couoty court day Drop In and tquare up Two second hand lob presses for sate t Wrlto this office for particulars Lo9TTwo yesr old shepherd dog Black with white spots Reward W Fowle Uowland itAFOR SALE A clean fresh stock of Goods and a nice residence In Stan Ky John P Jone I GooD UUE8SEI1 Mr Reuben Wil liams and Mist Jennie Board each Queued the correct number of beans In Ofa quirt Jar ud they wllldeclde between themselves tomorrow who will get tbe handsome 140 range given by Cocking A True the enterprising MoKjnnoy 1ercbaata LOOK ON THE REMNANT COUNTER Accumulations SEVERA1 ANFOEWITH tbo exception of paying a few bills tbu city council dd llltO or noth ing at Us meeting Inst night Two nine room over Ilxglns store for root ohetp Suitablo for otlio s or living rooms W fl Higgins TUB flvu shares of Florono Ala bank stock advertised last Issue was bought by J S Hooker at 8160 I 0 0 F Afull attendance of tho members Is requested Tuesday night Jan 10th Business of Infportknco DAVIS B LEVIS great Dr Jekjll and Mr Hyde Co win be at Walton Opera House Friday evening Jan 13 AN examination for graduation In common school branches will bn held In my olllce tbo lait Friday and Saturday In January 1096 G Singleton SuptTIIANISMr John Shaw KdmU ton of Crab Orchard tbo boas candy maker has our thanks for a nice bur of his finest which ho gave us for New Year present Ion SALE A dtslrablo residence adjoining the property of Caldwell Fe male College In Oanvlllo A rare bar gain For term oil on or addrs S W Monefec Danville Ky TUB Young Ladles Mission Circle ot tbe Christian church will meet In tho lecture room at 230 oclock Satur day Instead ol with MI Florence Mj ert as previously announced THERE beamoetlngotiho stockholder of the Beaver Creek Oil Gas Co at Uustonvllle on Tuesday Jan lUtb for tho purpose of electing olllcer for the ensuing year J C Darker president MR OleIC UliUCB representing the lemp firm of Cogar Je Oavls of Din vllle will be at W U Hlgglnu tore Monday next county court day and hopes to meet all the hemp raisers of this county Ue has something good to tell them WILL BLAKKLY Jit colored was brought home from Louisville Wednes day night with a bead on him which very much resembled that of a man who had attended an Irish wake item Sims struck him with a Hit Iron and laid him out for time The Sims woo man U Stanford product and gilt a year In tbe penitentiary some time ago for cutting another colored roman Tug Advocate says that AC King has tiled ulttnthoclrcultcourtagalnt tbe city of Danville demanding 110000 damages on account of tee dam which ha been built for tho water works ree ervoir Mr King state In his petition that tbl dam hat dlmlnshcd his water supply aud greatly damaged him In that bo Ie unable to run his mill at cer lain seasons of tho year on account of the water supply being cut oil Heart HOUSE Mr It Dlok Bruce representing Cogar it Davie tbo well known hemp men of Danville Is hero to open a hemp house Ho has not de aided on a location yet but will do so- In tbo next day or two This will be a good thing for our hemp raisers for besides having a market at homo Mr Bruce tells us that his firm pays spot cash for livery pound of hemp It buy and always gives tbo highest market price CAUGHT A DOlls TiiiEiSherlff M 8 Baughman played the role of do tectlvo pretty nicely yesterday Dan Hester came to town and told him that a man had tried to soil him a horse and scorned exceedingly anxious to dUpoio ot the animal Thinking there might something wrong Mr Baughman overtook tbo follow and asked him what be wanted for the mare 150 will buy aolmalltoountil bo offered horat20 The maro answers the description of one stolen tear Somerset Mr Baugbman re marked and as I am tbo sheriff Ill coif It Is not the one11 ha added The follow wilted almost Instantly and told i Mr B that be guessed he was tbo fellow who stole horand maro was tbe one wanted TLolllcer took both In charge and a short while later OrUIat a los Ho Is a good looking young nan and talks welt He ea e be stole the mare from a man living near Ell- bu Mreralnallei below Somerset iici- THE good statement of the Commercial flank of Liberty appears In this It sueitRWARDPleau return our Fence Stretchers at onoe and receive reward George H Parrl L Co A TWO LINB LOCAL In last lesue Hold 1760 worth of bans ioott Just think wnaiawhol column would do Try It f TWO new pupil baVd mulrloulated ut Stanford Male nod F mate Seminary this week making 88on the rolls there Wn have bad ally sorts of weather slnoo our latIuo Wednesday morn It i the mercury registered six above h it It warmed up nod yesterday was rurdly cold enough to bo called a winter day Ilaln and snow fell last night and wo have slush In abundance now O SIX months and ti half have paned since we closed out our took Wo have some notes end accounts still un paid and have mailed you several SUM meats asking for a settlement and nov there Is but one tying loft for us to Uo not ba surprised when our aUonv call on you lid we BrA compelled Iu take this step to clo e our partnership UlgglnsMoKlnney Tog Central Ky Real Estate Exchange f Title Co has for sale two tracts ot land lying In the Southern end of Lincoln county near Southern railway Ono tract consist of 35 acres the other the aorta Tho owner of this property lives at a distance and we are Instructed to eelljt privately It must furthl11pUllcular Stanford Ky BY some moans we failed to stole In our last issue that Mr Walter O Walk or was elected ateUlant cashier to sue coed Mr W M Bright who was shot on cashier of tbo Lincoln County JV lion l Bank The selection Is an ad mlrablo one and Mr Walker legion of friends are congratulating him on the promotion he has received Lie has been with the bank several years and by his close attention to business and courteous manners tine become an ex ceedingly popular official LANCASTER Mrs Annie Withers has moved to tho Cotton place HlcbI mood Avo The water works PAId for Itself In extinguishing Ores and reducing the rate of Insurance about 30 per cent Robert E Hughes secretary of tbe Kentucky Exhibit Association spent a tow day at homo en route to Louisville where bo will put In about two months looking alter the safe return ot exhibit aod the winding up of business connected with the big show John Mount who spent tbo hol idays with his parents In Lancaster returned home Saturday He le en gaged with tbe Nicola Lumber Co of Pltisburg and hat charge of Its bUll ness at Arkansas City Ark toll1 Theo Homphlll was a charming hostes at a delightful masquerade party Saturday dec1oraledbeen the guest of Mrs Georgia Lusk Central Record WHETHER ltoboLouis Stevenson great play Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde made Richard Manifold famous or Richard Mansfield made Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde famous Is a question often discussed by theatrical critics and those Interested In things theatrical SuQlce It to say since Mr Mansfield starred In this place numerous actors have tried to repeat his success but none have been so tuCcetsful as Mr actorIart In fact It takes an actor of peculiar tem perament aa well as a good artlaV toI successfully portray tbo difficult dual role of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Mr Dave B Levis to whom the public Is eplcodldIawaro an scenic and electrical equipment as well aa a competent cast of actors Mr Lev- Is name aa producer Is sufficient guar antcb that all details will be carefully looked after and that an excellent per formanco and production will greet those who go to Walton Opera House on Friday evening Jan 13th Wo tboIon this occasion t cJ iji MATRIMONIAL Mies Koxey Wilson of Darbourvllle and Samuel Pedurlt ol Lexington eloped to Cincinnati and wdro married- J W Garner and Mrs Doyle Slier popular young people of the East End were married Ito Rev 0 M Huaya by that ffuullt mm Thureduy- JcT r ooviiie ministers have agreed to refute to otllolitto at marriages of di vorjod persona except la cases where the separation la bated on scriptural JrouodeBluklnlDv tbo way who was the beet man at your wedding Wlllowby Tbo parson termed to be feeling the beet You eee It was all profit for him nod no rlsst whatever T Q Wright Rod Mite Etta Leo Halo both of this cIty were united is marriage Rev Pearco ofllclatlnjr Tbo young couple art residents of South Third Street the brldo being a daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Wm Rains Mr Wright Is ID tbo olllce of the Danville Ice and Coal Company and la well known They will go to housekeeping on Third Street Advocate CHURCH MATTERS Rev Omer the new pmor of the Chrlatun church will preach there Sunday morning and evening The Porto has forbidden the peddling of Bible lo the streets of Turkey on the ground that such sales constitute a propaganda which udder TurkUh law is prohibited Senator Depew Bays that the meanest remark he ever heard about himself came from a passenger on a eightsec log automobile in Washington The automobile was going paeithe Senators house In B Street That tree lo the yard ladle end gentlemen said the megaphone man was planted by Senator Depcw himself almost six years ago Sato piped up aputeenger on tbe back teat loud enough lor the Senator IrlifrootacheetautNew York Bveolng Sun In reverting the judgment of the Da Vless circuit court the court of appears holds that the Owensboro guarantors wero liable to tbe Kentucky Livestock Breeders Afculatlon for the deficit ull 11182620 Incurred at the holding ofI the Statn fair at Owen oo In IDtXi COAL AND FEED We deal In beet brands of coal and all kinds of feed Kindly favor u with your orders Phone 118 MUCK linos- Rowland Kv Icport of the Condition of the Commercial Bank of Liberty KyI At close of business Dec 31 1004 lU8ounclS Loans and Discounts n 882770 Overdrafts 1025 GO Banking house and lot 2000 00 Furniture ned Fixtures 500 00 Duo from other Banks 4912783 Ca h 7308 29 142738 HI ltlIIIITIFI Capital stock 820000 00 Surplus fund lOOOOOO profits 803 73 Individual deposit subject to check 111935 18 8142738 91 G A PHEWITT Cash- ierPUBLICSALE a olaHaving decided to Lexington I will on WEDNESDAY JAN 11 Soil the following described property at my place onehalf mile from Cedar Creek Station on the J II Tucker farm one 2uorse wagon one 2horso cultiva tor ono 2horse turn plow one Jhoree corn planter 1 good combined mate one 2yearold filly I double A harrow 1 set good wagon harness 2 sets of plow har ness 1 new buggy and harness and farming Implements of many kinds 1 yearling cull brood sow and 7 shoats 20 barrels corn stacks good millet hay bushels coal 135 shocks of fodder Bomo household and kitchen furniture rearms made known on day of sale Ladies invited J A TUCKER J P Chandler AucU eyy h O1QckofnteQtwIai Honest Mike kip boot tho mud splitter 83 501 flail Road calf boot double lined water proof 400 Mocker Bootee calf lined1 5 00 Water King high top shoe rubber lined 3 00 Level Best tile best boysschool shoo made 1 75 to 2 00 Rolled Edge sung proof felt boots 2 00 to 3 00 Boys feltboots 1 50 to 1 75 These are all in stock sizes complete Can fit you tod- ayHJMRoberfs Now is Your Chance To buy an Overcoat See the Reductions we Make e rrteaS15 00 Overcoats reduced to 810 00 12 50 Overcoats reduced to 0 00 10 00 Overcoats reduced to 7 50 9 00 Overcoats reduced to ti 50 7 00 Overcoats reduced to 5 00 5 00 Overcoats reduced to 4 00 Boys Overcoats Reduced in Pro tion These Prices Cash On- lyCUnniNSMCLARY Stanford Kentucky Till BARGAIN STORE Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods From the Great Bargain Sale of Sweeter PeinbrookJitJCo of New York This is au opportunitywhich seldom occurs We advise all who can to come as early as possible to attend this the greatest sale wo have ever offered Ladies Furnishing Goods Ladies tailor made suits worth 815 and 820 arc on solo at 450 to 750 Ladies uptodate Jackets 85 to 810 now on sale at 8250 to 84 Ladies and Misses Skirts worth 8150 up to 85 arc now on solo nt 9So to 82 48 Ladies corsets from 19c up Latest styles of petticoats from 59c up Ladies dress and coarse Shoes at- 9Sc and up Mens and Childrens Furnish- Ings Great line of Shoe for children from 15c up Mens Dress and working Shoes from 9Sc up Mens Cloth ing from 83 a suit up Mens nice Overcoats from 250 up lena Sunday Pants from 75o up Chil drens nice threepiece suits from 75c upBoysdrens null Ladies Stockings from 4c up S Goldstein Prop il STANFORD KENTUCKY n TRADE WITH McCORMACK PEACOCK HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY I r HE JNTEKIORJOURNAL EntmdinttieloOJlceat Staitford at twonddati IIHillir- rVJlLIHIU1U TfUMllAVH AND 1KIUVYH AT 100 PER YEAR CASH LT When not so paid tttl will be charged KNOXVILLE 01 VISION i mtN133 Soutbt216m0t 1a35pm UMBRELLAS t Becorerod and repaired and made almost i at good as now for a amount I can fix your umbrella bettor than tho tramp repairers end for less money Give mo a trial PRANK Aixito Stanford Farm For Sale On account of Illhealth I desire to tell privately mr farm of 170 acres located In edge of luitonTllle Oood improvements trait never fulling water at whole or divide Small house on lower part 0 IL HARNKTT i Ilustonvtlle Ky Jesse W Sweeney rfioraiKTon Livory Feed and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to dale rigs at reasonable rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wn SHUOAKS Proprietor Electric lights la every room Refurnished ant under entire New Management Bobthe fivorlte porter meets lU trains Large WtlllljhteJ Sample Room BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable f Depot Street tiTANFOiii KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pons In Connection mitlwau Saloon GOOD RICE Prors Specl1holesaleOrals Beer Case keg and bottled 0 Brent Southwood mixer Ihoat 88 Stan ford Ky i Darjl Traglor DEAL IX Whlskll Brandu Wines Beer Giaars Etc KYjlPwnM and polite attention Nothing but the bet SxJrTsa Mall phone cr telejtjpti orders receIve Jroyt attention LUTES BOONE S CO Real Estato Agents Stanford Kentucky All persons wishing to buy or sell farms will do well to see us We have a number of fine Lincoln and adjoining county farms for tale and will be pleased to show any one LiveryBtablo Iii RiB Mafiony Insurance fluent Sollcife a share of the patronage or the property owners in the counties of Boyle fncoln and Oas who may be seeking in- euruice against hire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best Old Llne Oom panics represented and the low jCUllranteedPhone Stanford Kentucky POSTED strictlybpassing on imr places und wilt prosecute violators to tUofull extent of the law Rnsulln J II MiMUter 77Mrs Kate Ador Kelchenbitfh llrot AlbertVunUruenlganFred Alfred Sltnpuin OeorRo Holmes Mist Mattle U Hones K Relchcubucli Charles Oummlnt Jot Ilitllou A 0 Dunu Holraet i t DaughertyluPeter W Vnrter J Kevin Carter J E Bruce W V Phoraaker terriilrY s f SOMERSET The graded schools resumed work fur 10W Monday Tbe restaurant firm of Waddle at Warren made an asil oment TOo Singer Sowing Maohlno Co It now occupying the store room vacated by tbo postotlloe The young people gave a very de lightful danco Friday evening In the clubroom Some 10 couplet partlol pated- i The Masons of Somerset jravo n bas quet at the Cumberland Hotel Wed nesday evening Ofllccra for the ensu ing year were elected Now as the work oo the poatofllca and other buildings nearby u completed wouldnt It bo a vary good Idea to cleanup the debris It not only looks bad butts very much In the way Mlia Daley Soulo entertained her German class Monday evening An enjoyable time was reported Mies Nan Mounrlog Is vleltlbgto Lexington MUa Stella Waddle one of Somersets pret tiest girls returned to Georgetown Col loge Wednesday Tbe passing away of the old year was celebrated to a very great extent In Somerset The Japecould no havo made more noise at the last attack of Port Arthur than did the bells nod whistles and almost everybody and thing that could make a noise did so at 12 Saturday night Dr J n Beck has moved to the Go ver cottage on Crab Orchard street Miss Grace Waddle entertained a few of her friends Monday evening at her beautiful home on Crab Orchard street At the proper time refreshments were served and all left feeling It was good to have been there Sara Parker returned to Louisville Tuesday to resume his studies In the Medical College and when be returns he will be a full tledg ed doctor Virgil Smith has moved to hie new efface over Clauocha gents furnishing store which Is owned by Dr Beck Greatly in Demand Nothing Is mOIl in demand thae a med icine which meets modern requirements for a blood and system cleanser euch as Dr Kings New Life Pills They are just what you need to cure stomach and liver troubles Try them At Peony Drug Store and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Ky 25c guaranteed John Hathaway formerly a well known Negro jockey was hanged at Winchester Tuesdav for the murder Etta Thomas his paramour just one year ago NOTICE II at owner of tho farm advertised for tale by W S Iturch forbid the sale or rent of tbu W n Buchanan farm W K Buchanan Crab Orchard Ky Nice Home For Sale I Having decided to return t Somerset I otter for tale privately my homo on Eas t Main Street in Stanford The residence Is a sixroom cottage brand new bath room and all conveniences The lot contains about acres of land and tho home U a partlculauHock or Wm Beck at Stanford HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I desire to tell privately my hotel proper ty and livery table in Huttonvlllo Build lag can be used at hotel or private residence and is well arranged for two families Sta ble hat 20 stall and is in good repair Ilen ty water at barn and hotel If house Is not told by Jan will rent It and can give pot session on that date Can of barn It rented or told separately on Nov 23 Douse and barn newly covered Ho tel Is in Graded School district For further particulars call on or address I S CARPENTER Hustonvllle Ky J+ G + McCJMY UNDSRTAEB EMBALMER And DolurID BABNESS SADDIfBBY SO Stanford Ky J L Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALIODBALlltllH Ful nitureMattingsRugs They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them ft call Prices right STANFORD KENTDOKY t MIDDLEBURG School opened at M N O with a good attendance Rev Joshua Taylor preached at tho- M E church Sunday The new homo of the Farmers De pOili Bank of Mlddlebur II nearing coma letlun and uulcera and directors hope to have the bu lnoa In shape by Jan IS Old Horej has been much to ovl dense lo this neck of tho woods and tbo coldest weather ot tho season was rag lutercd this week The boye are hav lout great sport skating oo tbo river Old Mr Poltton died at Yosemite alter lingering Illness The remains were Interred In Green River Ceme tory Sunday Mrs Jane Bubble an old and highly reipoccd ladydled near Flat Lick Burial nl Waynoiburc on Tnurudnv Mr Alva Lucas of this city has aa ceptcd a lucrative position with tbo Somerset Mountaineer In the capacity of fluid manager Tbo writer and lit ter Miss Ethel Coleman visited In Lexington and Somerset Tbo writer leaves today for Burnilde where ho will probably accept a position Mr William EBOD an old and very highly respected citizens of Battle In Washington county died at tho residence of his SOD David Eieon In this city Monday Deceased was In hie 85th year and was a native of Garrard cone ty but has lived In Washington for a half century past Do was removed here a few week ago In tho hope that a jhaogo would be beneficial to him Ble death wits duo to partial paralysis and Infirmities of old ago A Grim Traged- yI dally enacted In thousands of homos as Death claims In each one another vlci Urn of Consumption or Pneumonia tint when Coughs and Colds are properly treated tho tragedy Is averted F G Huntley of Oaklandon led write liMy wife had coniu option and three doctors gave her up Finally the took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Cough and Colds which cured her and today she is well and strong It kills the germs of all diseases One dose re Moves Guaranteed atCOc and II by len nys Drug Store and Lyno Bro Crab Orchard Ky The famous Harvard class of 18SO of which President Roosevelt Is the lead log member will celebrate the 25tbac nlveraary next June by making the coi- lags a gift without restrictions oUIOO 000 In cash QUARTEltLV UEPOUT OF THE T111rC1t1111oICIillltll BflllllllCCU atthoclo ot butlomon Des Slit IMI RESOURCES LoinnnJ Dkcwnll9 fi ryeOverdraftstteaas ti Due from Suit Uanki lUnkers f vtxa oo Duo from Trust Companies 000 oo hacking House anJ Lot ilfi J Other Ral Estate OWl Mortgages U S Bonds Other Stocks aqd llonjs Doan Specie 1116 i Currency rlsrw alt Exchange for Clearings saFurnitureFund to r Taxes owe- CurrcntexpenseslJStQuuter w ju Previous Quaiter All if 3wtW w Give description location value end how long owned all teat estate exttpt banking house sod lot If spy owned long er thin two years LIABILITIES i Cjplul Stock pjUlnlncuti ft0ou au Surplus Fund 00 Undivided Profits ro M Due Depositors as followsvti Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is J48j6 oj todeckDeposits subject on which Interest Is paid ooeuooe Demand certificates of deposits on which Interist Is ooewo uTime certificates of deposits on which Interest Is paid oe Savings deposits on which In terest Is paid wan r0 Certllied Checks u coo cw 4Jj u Due National Uanks oowo 00 Hue State Hanks and linkers oocoo ou Due Trust Companies ooooo ruotm qo Cavhlori Checks outstanding ors uoo oo Dills rediscounted ooooo oo Unpaid dividends oo w unraUCapiul SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm On cluding In the liability of Individualmem firm the liability of the Fen thereof or Indirectly If such Indebtedness exceeds to per cent of cap hal stock actually pall In sal actual amount of surplus of the bank 4400 co How Indebtedness stated In above Item i secure J on 3000 farm bank securitySeeHighest amount of Indebtedness of any director or otiicer amount of such InIdebtedness excels to per cent of paid up capital stock of bank None See Sec 8KentuckyStalutes- Dues Mow Is same amount of Indebtedness ofany person company or firm Including In the liability of the company or firm the liabil ity of the members thereon ex actual o per cent of palJup capital ant asurplus No If so state amount of Indebtedness 1 Amount of last dividend Dee itst 450 Were all expenses losses Intrrrst t and taxes deducted therefrom before di ctating 4lvldend and was n t less tnan o i per cent of net profit of the bank for the period covered the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was decUted Yes See Sec w6 Kentucky Statutes voSTATEs County of Lincoln Wm Mason Morris Cashier of Crab Orchard llink Ing Coalkank hand and Ming business In IheI town uICrabOrchartInsalScountyttingduly urn says the foregoing rerofts respects a true state ment of the condition of said at the close of business on the Jill day of Dec 104 to the twit of his knowledge anJ belief and further says that the business of said Hank lab been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere anJ that the above report Is made In compliance with an uflidal notice re celvtJ frum the neaetary of State Jewgnaung the tst of Dec as the day on which such totwfonmeb Wm Navun Morris the and lay jJOHN Notary luN In and for Lincoln county Kv Mr ex plies Feb 6 fill Mason Morris ehlerIW E Perkins J II collier JolmW IIuhn tmPc i Sheriffs Sale For Taxes On Monday Jan 9thHKWi 11C1I1Fthl first day of the Janua ry Lincoln aunty court I will betwttm thu hours of 0 oVlock A M mill 4 oclock P MI in trout of tho court houso door In Stanford Ion tucky toll outcry tothohljjh ot and lx 8t bidder for in itinv following lists or so much us will pay taxes cost and penalty As fast as payments rue made tho namos will disappear Tho amount set opposite each noun includes tlllor cent und cost IluughmanShertlf STANFORD WlftTK Burke Frank 10 ucros 4 75 Carrlco K core 6 CO Curtis P A 35 aoros 4 05- MoKlroy V P 100 nuros S Ytwkoy Jno N It 4 naves 7 00 corxKKi Adams Jossu 1 acres 4 15 Bailey Thos 414 ncros C 45- BrlggH Emily town lot 2 65 Uurdetto Josh 0 acres u 20 Uurdctto Grant 1 nero 4 05 Carr Anderson 40 acres 0 M Carson Huadly X HI 1 nero 15 Coffey IVtor town lot bal 2 05- Cowan Geo 4 nertm fi 70 Craig Plcm 1 nova 4 Kmbry Hollo town lot 100 Evans Dick 3 tracts t 85 Givens Kato 10 acres 4 05 Grlgsby Jim two tracts II 76 Harris Walter 1 nore 4 15 Hays Will lot 4 16 Hlgglns honey 0 acres 95 mIl Wyatt 1 nero 4 05 mIl C W 2 nova 3 S5 Jackmnn Sam 1 nero 100 Jonos Agnos lot t0 Jones Win 1 lots 0 00 JonoH Belle lot 3 W Lackey Tom Sr 3 noros 4 Lev Sank N H J note 4 05- McMullon Jos L 2J aoros 3 00 McMullcn Wilson 5 aonwt 4 05 Mulllns Willis fi aoros 4 16 Iennmn Lllza aero 310 Rout Richard i aero Rout 70 Snm i acre 75 Rout Dick Son 3 aoros 2 10 Simpson Kilas 3 acres 4 40i Stewart Monroe 6 acres 4 00 Watklns Honry nero 3 00 Wallace Tutors irs lot 3 66- w hltloy Jam 10 aero 2 66 Wllholt holrs 20 noros ft Oft Woods Shelby 4 aero 4 16 Young Margaret 3 aortx 3 00- OIIAII OKOHAltD WinTlC Adams holrs 70 mires 3 00 Anderson John 6 dc1tS 140 Baker Smith 1 noro 4 15 Bobble PPM acres j 25 Broughton John 30 aires 1 15 Brown C D 70 autos W Cummins Mrs Kltzn 10 arts 11 10 Daughoily Win 46 acres 4 l Davis htIrs aoros I Is Dillon A W 14J aero w- Dlshon Mis S J 10 acts 2 20 Frazier Mrs Kllinlioth lljo airis IS 00 Goocb Mrs Mutllda2 ncns 2 7n Gores B P30 noros II 05 Graham K W CO sores 4 4u Haggard heirs So rely 2 8i Hasty Mrs Doll 25 aoros 2oj Hiatt 1112 tracts 12 lo- HuUliIson J M duo outs l0 oo horn Jno X HI 2 tracts 0 o5 Lcfovcr Jno 105 acres 12 Co Lewis 0 liJoo notes 6 Newman Gustavo 00 cares ft tM Osburn M M 60 ucros A 2o- Parlgan RobtloouoroH 4 fio Payne Jas L 47 norwn 4 16 Hummer Jns lot 4 fi5 Several o heirs sacra 2 K Smith lira America 13o hares 3 4o- SmUIt Prank 3o ncros i 15 Smith Mrs Margaret 24 uiros 2 25 Stephens J lI 25 unto o 50 Stophonsoo O L 2 tracU 8 So Stringer Tout 3 acres ft 2o Stuart KllxaiMith Zoo fiats 4 oo Taylor Jos L 4c acres 3 tin Thompson W D 55 mws 3 o3 Weaver W H fo rotes 4 Wilson Comotloro 34 acre 4 o5 WiTn Stephen 60 acros 4 16 CltAII OIICIIAIIDCOUI Anderson Jno 1 ucro d Jit Carson Sarah uctv 2 3o ruse Hmmii 2 aero 2 25 Curtis Wnten nouns 2 So Guest Logan six acres 4 15 Guest Jennlo lot 2 80 Hlgglns Hello lot 2 80 Perkins Hob t ucro 4 4o Rice Mary om nell 2 lo Smith J II 21 acros 2 55 Sutton Win the ucros 3 Ho Welch Tina five acres i 05 Welch RhOda ono lien 2 65- WAVNKSIIUltU WIHTK Bustin S B 165 acres 75 Baugh II P 22 notes 3 Do Rough Sllus A 32 ucros 4 35 Becktold Pnd IN HI Io2 ucros 6 00 Benne M S lot nets II 76 Ill vjmt Dr M O three aoros 6 05 Byrd Jos fitly sums 0 2o Caldwell H II 62J ucros 5 ob Carpenter liras 16o noros 8 4o Clark Jas 77 acres 5 20 ColTinan W D Zoo aoro 8 15 Cook Allle Silt acros 510 Davis John 16o acros 5 o5 Doluney Phil ono note 4 15 Dyer W D Illtytlnw notes II Folk Goo LllOj acres 4 Paulkner V Ilio ncros fi lo- Plorence J B sixty acres 4 Poley Prank 2 i aeres 4 05 Frazier R II threo acres 25 Gooch Mrs M A 05 acres 34o Hale Jell six acres I 4 05 W L IOwillg to tlio busy season in our Jewelry Store I will have to tliSC811 a III visits to Stanford until Spring IHClllnchcs granulated luboty pain in and around the eyes norvoua ncs etc nro often tho results of eye strains Wo straighten crossed eyes without the knifo scissors or pain Wo ueo no medicine in oxamiqntion or trentmcat of the eyes nor do wo perform any surgical operation rj Kceulta CountDr Murray fitted glasses for mo that have given most perfect satisfaction inure than any 1 over had Tlio glasses fitted for my aunt Mn Duddorar of MoKtnnoy are also perfectly fatisfaetory- Luatina Gentry Stanford Ky Tlio glasses you fitted for mo two yours ago have given mo better satisfaction than any I over had on my eyes J11 tout Stanford Ky Thanking the pooplo for their liberal patronage Dr E Ha MurrayOphthalmologist Monte Ollicc With Murray it McAdams Danville KyIFirst NationalStanford Ky BankCapita Stock 50000 This Institution was established at the ICW H Hank of Stanford In 1191 then reoreanltrxl at the National tank of Stanford In IKS and again rforcanlted at the rtrtt National Ilatk of Stanford In un bavin hall practically an unlntfr rupteJ existence for 43 year ILl better uppbled now with facllltlrt for transact Inrbutlnmt promptly and well than ever before In lit long and honorable carter Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited I J B Iftiton J n S U Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter j II Pumice L G Oooch W II w H Shank OM to The Hank A Trust and under tame such will prove MoUOltKUTD McKinney LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ICAPITAL STOCK 8OOOO Olrectors OwtUy Cummins arightit farmers Oumpanjr continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping business relations mutually beneficial last of your by the of a Let It be of and the best of per foot We stock of and of In done tools Moc un Wi iicrvs 7 10 Hickn Duvld two acres I 45 Holten SVm out iicn J uS Jno 11 IW n s It fI5 Iloup J W i uiif a tH llm Ilfty two nctu I 03 Irn S U out 1 s I t3 Leach llm yi acres 4 Iii Jno IN HI 25 norw 2 6 llll 63ncf us I oti Moad L II to Go Moore David IKtivti UCM ra I to Salllo 2to Joe ii Urn Jiiry J 25 s 3 ly Hm loo acres I 16 Jot It lo aur4 0 ufs S S 88I ucros j uS Xuck 2 2 acres II it3 s Chas forty nohlS n s llm tun aura I Uo Jesse one nurti 2 So heirs 02 aoru i to D A six uetrs 3 Jo Smltli A H 2o items 4 16 Smith Prank W imros I 05 Smith Jus loo nitro 0 OS J A 25 acres t 76 avit II 16 I Llo aortw 7 Chits 4 ncrud 6 rovo J U uaros 4 40I walls Jorfn T 25 uoit I 15 Avails Mrs Ml 2 atrea 2 So Wart W J5 llfty uurus I li5 Ware III Icy 150 acrai j 4o white Itt 15 acres 4u5 ucros 0 oTi Chuff 157 muss 1116 Kllln 14 tienffi I 45 Clark uorod 8 115 Jrs A f flu acrtS 4 55 1tA VN Junes l llio 20 Borg 3 IS f Jfarttn W J aurtw I So Eliza nutty 2 au WHITE Akin George acres 9 63 Aldrich A H iij Ji 43 Burton A J lot 63 Curtis W 50 acres 3 H J L lot 6 sg 3 8 Press BT IlAiiitu V ire J J Ohr W U VfEAUKNAtitChr Uetd 9T llarrlt Stanford J 8 Mocker Stanford R L Tanner II Klmore II Stanford T I Hill Stanford Jas Rubble J II Stanford J Iettus Stanford Ed Carter Stanford Officers i n SHANKS Prestdtnt W H WU Astt Cashier i JsThe resting place departed ones erection suitable Monument exclusive artlstlcdeslgn and workmanship carry the largest Monuments Marker Marbleand Granite Kentuckyr Lettering by pneumatic None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SON Lexington tHumjihruy Horton Tndlniib TohiKJon thirty Luukinan McLaughlin 2t1l1c1ts Morgan twimtyllvonurw Morgan unrest14oUorgnu uoix Morgan Mallow VulllnH 1iultfett Peterson Hoblnson ItOyRtfin HImins1 Singleton Spuldlntf SIIIIy1I1111j TrowbrUlf Trusty Uptlii WiJIIiiniH HobtHo Wlnobos VoiuiKi lot Young SIl1JlU1CUIoIIBJ llftyllvo JullliiH twintyllvo HUSTONVILLB seven acres 45CoulterGeorge Gresham Officers I100KCU Directors Danville lUurhraan Robinson Ilanchman nitlOHTOathlii WALKEIr material Tablet Central Ky Voouin Harp W H 180 nary 4 jo lull Wyatt totf scree 7 05 I Hughes Prank lot 5 SS Johnson Mrs M J lot 85 Lanck G Hrs one hundred acres 4 OS Lay George two acrw 4 40 Lay James fifty one acres 4 65 Louder Dr W L two let 18 ij Lucas W A three acres 4 40 McCormack Mri Liioy a S acre 2 McCord Mrs Mary forty acres 3 in Moran Mrs Viola lot 4 95 Nail Sallle lot 10034 oo Owens jack fortyeight acre 4 15 le ton D H C lot 8 jo- Purdcm J II lot 7 05 Sheen Wm lot 5 Suium G W 13 acres 4 53 Stringer James jl acres 3 95 inicher jerry hre 28 acres 330- Hooils Josie cal cne acre t 46 Young Heiekiah 10 acres 4 05- IIIIhTONVItU COUOHEII Alcorn Fannie one acre 8 i 10 Alcorn Dick hrs eight acres 4 to Bailey Charles half note 5 40t Haldxk Lucy lot a rti Bright Ulla two rtiiroi 4 05 Drown rom 14 acres 36 Drown Mat lot f 20 Brown John one acre 165 Burton David II acres 4 Iii Cloyil Mariali three tz30 Cloyd John U acres 3 70 Durham Dan thirty acres 4 26 640ficoch I Cioode Ihillis eleven acres 4 jo HOI Ltr Green 84 acres balance 3 4G 00LyonsJillMcKinney isAlfirton05OwensRoss Henry lot a 16SmithjjStenhenson ifTricowade Delphi six acres 395 welch James two acres 4 ia wtioldridge Ieler one acre a 45 ha