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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALS VOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 20 1905 3PM NO 90 j WARM REPLY Gov Beckham Answers Sena tor Blackburn and Hands Him a Hot Dish The people of Kentucky who hoar learned to know Mr UUokburn uno who are accustomed to bU eruptive In lorvloHi nre not iurprlod at the Ln llammatory utterances In bin recently publUhcd statement uor do I cue one particle about bli unwarranted and ab surd attack upon me It U the wall and last appeal of n discredited hi an- wbo sees the handwriting uoontbe wall and who now beclni to real ae chat a 1of pltlllnt sad Iuog ulTdrllljl cootituency- WBLt Jt not again dishonor Itself by send- Ing bum back to the Untied States Sen ate He now recognizi that there Iv a formidable and honorable oppoiltlon to him lo the State and that the good poople of Kentucky will thb time In hll case draw a proper dUilnctlon be tween volco and ien o volubility old itateimaniblp For over 30 year he bas been the meretricious beneOalary of popular In dulgence ni a member In the two Uoui ei of Congress and I challenge anyone In Krntuckr or elsewhere topolnt to u tingle publlo service In all that time that be has over rendered to till State bl country or hi party Since his pretent term began there hat been hut oar quettlOQ before the Fcderal Sonata upon which this distinguished Senator bas attracted any public Dollcelhrough the pros and that ba been hll so perb k denblp and sleepless vigilance In the advocacy of Queen Llllluokalanl j the dusky and deposed ruler of the Ua wawlt ItUndi who blushingly seek with Senator Blackburn a bar cblval rlc champion the mbdeit turn of 1200 000 from this government to soothe her wounded fooling over the lose of ber throne and to enable her if poiitblo by tbe practice of rlirld economy and frugality to eke out a wretched exist once wlthmall pittance Quite gallantly and heroically has this senior donator tram Kentucky with bit knightly lance espoused tbu cause of ibis tbronelei datntel and I have no doubt that bU sympathies wrre entitled and hit zeal stimulated by the narration to him of tbo atrocious meit ode with which the Uawaltao machine ousted the demure Queen Lll from her Island throne This bat been about the only service we bnvo heard of hls rendering to hit constituency since we fait succeeded In ceiling him back to the Senate after a Ions and hard fight t would gladly respect bit Age end attribute his utterances to that but ago does not entitle him to make such wanton and vicious attacks upon me and my friends tie says that ho has a contempt for Ueckbam etc and I say that I could not honorably buy hU re pcct which In the matter of bU reelection li for tale nor do I under any conditions want It I bad his contempt In 1100 when as a con dldate for the democratic nomination for governor I won over him and all r the opposition he could ralte I had bl contempt during the cam palgo that fall when though the nom bee of tny party be tried to defeat mo and 1 charge It upon him and yeti won over the republican candidate bv 1701 majority Every utterance ho gave out In that critical campaign was used by tbe republicans for campaign ma terial and I believe Ulackburn to Ic tended them to be used I had his con tempt during all of my first admlnlt tratlon In season and out during the legislative icttlont and upon all occa alone from tho time when boo having Haan elected to the Senate and just at t r Guy Giiuuel dnath with affairs In the tnot cbaotto oondltlon over known in Kroiuouy history had Ignnmlc louil lId to Washington and did not return until pence bad been restored and the State redeemed to tbo democ racy Then like tbo gladiator a farce comedy be returned with wordvI el qMnee to warn tho people against a mmhUe1 and especially a machine that uilrftal ouJuniror his rtslectlon to tbo Senittu And how ridiculous to tbo people of Kentucky who have at last rotten hId prouar measurements Ie all of this garrulous prattle of bIll about tbe awful machine When did ibis pure and plounitaiei man discover the exit and horrors of a mioblnu y What now llghtba bro Vita upon his spotters vision of late to dUcloiu to him what a terrible thing this machine was Why Is It that In nil these long yearn of hie remarkable olllcliil career bo waited 10 lung before telling tbo people what a machine is I bd this mans contempt In the campaign of IOW when I woo the nom Inutlon for governor without opposition to tbe Statu primary and then over the republican candidate In tho general election by morn than 20000 I have bU contempt now and with Gods grso and un earnest devotion to the faithful performance of my olllclal duties I cherish the hope that I may at ways retain and deserve tbe contempt of him and such as he It My claim up on the confidence nod gratitude of the generous people wbo have o honored me will be great just lo proportion to tbo amount of contempt I can win from tbo class of politicians to which he belong Lot tbo people but refresh their memory for tbo last 10 year as to the part be bat played In the politic of tbe State In 1Mtibowas a candidate for the Senate and the recognized leader of his party In tbo State and Kentucky for the Ort time went republican by about 0000 majority and the republi cane elected tbulr entire State ticket and llnallv captured the tJeneral As sembtywhich sent a republican to the failed States Senate In 1M0 bo was itlll a candidate for the Senate and the leader of the party and the State gave It electoral vote for the first time to the republican candidate for tbo pros deocy ID 1809 be was till tbo leader of the party and the candidate for the Senate and the campaign chairman of the Slate Everyone remembers the unfortunate condition of that cam paign under hU leadership In the fol lowing winter of 1000 be was elected to the Senate and as early at possible ho struck out for Wathlngion Since that time ho hat bad little or no part in the direction of the party affairs of the State and mark you too that since that time with tho wboletomo In llucccee of his salutary absence the democratic majorities ID Kentucky bavo grown II It were by leaps and bound Kentucky U the only State In the Union where tubttantlal democratic gain have been shown In the last Live year Today every department of the State government U again In tbe hands of the democratic party and the condi lion of tbe State finances was never to good at now Tbo people are eailt tied with the management of their pub lie affair and the democratic party of the State is In good condition as was shown lo tbo last election by the way Kentucky withstood the republican laodiilde In the nation And yet hero returns thl long lost Senator still a candidate for the Senate hurling dt Ounce at the machine bugaboo taking THE HOME OF VINOT I To our Customers We are anxious to have you all know i that Vinol is a now form of a very old and valuable remedy It is a Cod Liver Oil preparation because it contains all the medicinal elements actually taken fromt fresh Cods Livers By a new process we are able to make it without oil or greaso and give you a real Cod Livor Oil preparation as delicious to the taste as ij a fresh orange Respectfully PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD All parties who owe mo will please cull promptly run 20 1005 und set tlc their accounts I will then be able to express my appreciation hi- person of past patronage und solicit a continuance of same during the coming year Will N Craig M D Pharmacist Phono No 13 Stanford Kontuoky u things have not bnuurut right since ho left and thrfi no 1s willing to save tbe people from the Impending danger bv running for the Senate once more- no U willing to demonstrate to them that tbera le but one way tbov can throw oil the gulling yoke of this ty ranotcal machine and that Is to send him to tho Senate lust another time The Senator Is mistaken If bo thinks bo can promote bis candidacy by these vlcliim assaults upon matted my associates In the State administration We am fully acquainted with tbo motive tbs actuates him and It la not the first time we have encountered bU blatant boasts and his Inane threat 1shall not recount soy service orrac rlflce I may have made for him several yurt allll Whatever It was be has tried to reward me for It over since with his Implacable enmity and during the last five years be has tried In every way to destroy ma One reason prob ably of hU honilliy U because I did not cmoloy hU law firm of Blackburn b Blackburn Washington D Cooto collect the Civil War claim whlcb Capt Calhoun succeeded In collecting for the State It should bo remember ed that Senator Blackburn was among those who fought me In 1003 and sought to deprive me of any credit for tbe col lection of that large amount of money for tbo Sate It was charged by some that any of our Senators or Congress men could have collected the claim without coat and Senator Blackburn was la the Senate during that time drawing a salary from the government nut instead of giving any aid toward the collection of It notwithstanding tbat be was a Senator from the State bo bad bli law partner of Waiblngton to write me a letter wblcb I bavo found and will produce If necessary asking tbat I contract with tbat firm for the collection of these claims He certainly owed the State bli services In this matter without seeking to charge a fee But It Is unnecessary to enumerate tbo reutont ot his attitude toward toe- regretI tbo necessity of noticing at all hls foolish attacks upon me and I bavo Ignored similar attacks from him In tbo pat but at be teems Lobo pitching his tight upon that lion I propose that ho ihall have It and while under no circumstances whatever will I bo a candidate for tbo Senate against him as I positively stated a year ago I Intend to urge the people that they send a man to the United States Senate the next time who would worthily and cred itably represent this great State and not tend a professional claim agent or lobbyist KINGSVILLE Mr T li Taylor has gone to Wll llamibure to inspect staves Everett Chlvolette of the Q S la at homo lor- a few day Rev Durd of Lexington Bible Col lege held services at the Christian church Sunday Qls trial sermons were very eloquent and he will proba bly be called topreach during tbo prcc oat year Rev presiding cider of the M H church held quarterly meet ing hero Sunday Mr Green Murpby U proving him self a flrsiraio mercantile man A man of afore than the average education hole so alert to polite and 10 generally popular that bo makes an excellent talesman Mr Murpby and wife are good Christians and be especially la an active church worker Mrs Murpby1 health le not good but she does her part In a quiet way In fact Mr Mur phys wife and charming little daugh ter are really an acquisition to our vII lage In more way than one Mis Kupbemla Taylor has returned to Wllllaw bur to attend school Dr B P Walter Is here practicing his profession Mrs B C Pennybacker was hero on business the first of this week Sbo was accompanied by Dr B U Allen Mies Lucllo Johnson has returned from a pleasant visit to Lex ington and Verona Mrs Otlo Rlgney visited her mother Mrs Davidson at McKlnnev Lou Ulgney of the C S spent a few days at home Mr Uosa Is our new night operator Mr Stuart of Corinth has resum fl his duties aa night ratchman at the trettlo Contracted Chronic Diarrhoea While in the Philippines Whllo with the U S Army In the Philippines I contracted chronic tllar rbooa I suffered cevcicly from this lerrlblo disease for over three years and tried the pruMilptions of numerous physi clan but found nothing that did me any good until I tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy two small bottles of which entirely cured me and I have since had no return of tbo disease Herman Stein 212 N Union Ave Pueblo Colorado For solo by all Jrugglfls 9 Gentleman Well my young man unn you tell mo what groat act mado famous SchoolboySurat His foist Light wid Jetlrles Judge r CRAB ORCHARD MM Frances Adams will slow ber school bt Whiles Chapel tivdav Mrs Joo Ilbkfaoii has opened a se lect school at ber homo on Depot Street Mr Grovo Cook who was stricken with paralysis a few days since It reported slightly Improved Save money time and trouble by or dering papers and magazines from Miss Bottle Qarrlo Crab Orchard Ky Rev Jno B Jones preached his fare well sermon as pastor of the Baptist church Sunday evenln to a large con gregation ills many friend hope be will be pleated with bis new home at Florence Ala Mrs F1 Jones of Brodhead was a uutsl of her brother Mr Kllburn Stuart Tuesday Mr B Stuart Alex aodnr of Owonton will return to her homo this week R B Bronaugb Is confined to his room with asevere cold Mrs L A Heltus of London Is visit loll relatives here Rev R B Mahonv of Stanford was at the King lintel Wednesday Robt L Lucas has returned from a short visit to Dryden W Mr and Mrs La vi Elder have returned to Richmond after a visit to relatives hero James KdmUton has purchased a grocery toro to Richmond and Mr Elder will bavo charge of It Mr Hdmtston remaining In his store here Cbas Sin gleton ana family will leavo this week for Michigan to make their bomorauch to tho regret of their Crab Orchard friendsWalter and Wllllo Spangleraro vII Illng relatives In Texas Mrs M G Fish and W K Buchanan and family have taken rooms In the apartment house of FJ Geltzl Mr S Tatam and wlfo have moved to the cottage near Mr DaBorde home J J Jones has movid bis family to his cottage on Cemetery Street The many friends of J C Mc V barter alld family are glad to know they have decided to remain In Crab Orchard Be has his pretty cottage advertised for private sale Miss Ila Boldam will enter icbool at Bowling Green shortly Mrs Luther Smith and little son of Drodlcad were guests of Misses Annie and Katherine Bronaugb Wallace Gover was from school at Lancaster Sunday overI the bomefollc HUBBLE Most of tbe Ice houses have been till ed with fourInch Ice T C Rankle and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a new boy J A Hammond and Lutber Weaver sold some hogs totbo Lancaster butcher at4cWolfork Glvens and sisters Mary and Elizabeth have entered school at LancasterBro tbe State evangelist will preach at tbo Christian church here Sunday afternoon at 230 oclock We aro glad to note that J C Eu banks Is ablo to walk around the house and yard after a long lllneia of typhoid feverR L Hubble writes from Atlanta for bis second load of mule having sold tho first lot at 8112 tbe market being very dullthero- Tbo sale of Mu Fannie Ball was well attended and good price obtained not withstanding the very cold weather Advertise through tbo I J and you will always have a good crowd Brood mares sold for 1100 cows 125 corn 32 40 and oats 110 per ton A P and R F Sloan have shipped their mules to Atlanta for sale Mrs Eliza Harris and family are again snugly located In ber beautiful home near bore after spending some years ID Arl zona for their health James A Brat ton and wire arc rejoicing over tho ar rival of a new girl at their home Leo Rankln and wife have a now girl The whole community regrets to give up Mr and Mrs George Wood knowing their place cannot be filled In the community for several reasons Stanford le glad tbat Bubbles loss Is her gain In that matter Mr and Mrs John Robinson bavo a girl at their house Mrs R M Johnson left Tbure day for her fathers in Decatur Ind Mrs E B Miller la with ber lori Frank at Lebanon Ind Jack Spoona mora has rented Mrs S E Ricos farm at Hedgevllle Chamberlains Cough Remedy Absolutely Harmless The f ult of giving children medicine containing Injurious mlbltancrj is sometimes morn disastrous than the disciue from which they aro euGering Every mother should khow that Chamberlains Cough Itomedy is perfectly safe for child ren to take It contains nothing harmful and for cough colds and croup is unsurpassed For sale l y all druggists Gov Montagueot Virginia has roo prlovcd until Feb lOJSamuel J McCue former mayor of Cbarlottsvllle Va sentenced to bebanged today for the murder of hlsiwfo v UiJ Winters BlastsiLose their terror if you are fortified in one of our Good Overcoats Everything to Keep You Warm Underwear Gloves Gaps Shoes Felt Boots AId41 w Your oney Lack if you do not lika it i INDIA RELISH i One of the celebrated IIKINX 57 VARIETIES An appe tizing sweet pickle relish excellent with meats cold or hot Its only fault It is so good ns to be eaten extravagantly ItIyou do not like it we will return full purchase price W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY New Store Clearance Sale I In order to make room for our Spring stockwhich will be coming in slmrtly wo have decided to cut downIthe PIUCKS of our stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Ladies Cloaks Jackets Skirts and Ladies suit Gents Furnishings To be appreciated you must see the bar gains we arc offering to you therefore we invite you to come FCO nod bo convinced of tho bargains we and offering Dont miss tho opportunity of seeing our goods before you buy elsewhere arias SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD K- YBARGAINS One good Hcondhand heating stove suitable for shop or store I extru good second hnnd Wrought Majestic Mange high shelf tend copper reservoir 1iinips till price or tasty depth put inj pooling tint tcring Warm Air Furnaces and all Kinds of Repair Work done promptly 5 S H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky TO THE FARMERS It is necessary to have good fences to protect your crops So if yon will ctrl anti Ice us we can furnish you The American Fence the best woven fence on the market Wo have just received curload of this fence and will make the price suit Call anti see 1SIW E Perkins- d Crab Orchard NyM THE unsRioH JOURNAL i EC WALTON SENATOR MCCREARY la not only popI ular In Washington City but bat tho confidence of the people regardless of politics BBthe foliowloR dispatch will show Upon taking the chair yester diY Senator Perking of California who usually presides over the Senate In President Fryeo absence called Sena lor McCreary and presenting him with the Ravel as Mr Fry o left the chamber Bald Mr President I regard the Senator from Kentucky as the ablest pre aiding otfloer In the Senate aod I turn the chair over to him Senator Mc f Creary thanked Mr Perkins and the President pro tem who eald I DeV t or mind being away with the junior Senator from Kentucky In my seat SKNATon BGACI UttNmakes a sar whose viI cattle reply to Gov Ueckham the Senator riolic answer to an Interview gave out apoears on our first paae reading but wo would enjoy It Is racy did not know If It the more If wo wee hurtful to democracy Windy Joe throw the first brick though and the model young executive did nothing more than ebould have been expected In delendlnll tbe unwarranted undignified attack A staunch admirer of Gov Beckbam wo are on ble side In the controversy and we hope and be- lIeve be will come out on top aa be Invariably does- WILLIAM S TAYLOR fugitive from Kentucky telegraphed to Dee Motnea Iowa that he would arrive there next week to plead his own defense In tho moot court which will be held by the students ot Drake University and In which he has been Indicted eays a dlt and he mAY not butpatcb Bo may go the chances are that he wont Be Is from under the protecting afraid to get wing of Indianas sympathetic govern few hours and well he or even for a may be- EDITOR BROWN of the Oarrodsburg Democrat proves the prosperity ho la enjoying by buying ono of the hand somest homes In his city Be deserves all of the suttee and good things that are coming bis way- NEWS NOTES The wife of John Bradford of May presented him with bis villa baa just 20th child Hundreds of persons are reported to have been burled In ruins following an eartbquake In Russia Andrew Carnegie has given 315000 Oberlin vic to be distributed among time of Mrs Chad wick Through the mediation of GOT Doug tae the strike of cotton mill operatives at Fall River Mass was settled Congressman Edwards It Is said will recommend Sherman Cooper of Som erie to succeed Mr Denton as collec torPowell county on last Saturday voted whisky out of all the precincts except t Hardwlcka creek by a majority of Rid Capt Samuel S Fearn aged 47 pears one ot the most widely known steam boat Inspectors on the Ohio river dropped dead at Newport At Wilton Kan City Marshal Till man shot and killed Sam Hutchinson the postmaster and editor of a paper and thec committed suicide Booker Washington was refused ac 4rommodatlon at all of the hotels at Wichita Kas and a Negro politician bad to take Booker home with him Two men were blown to pieces and four others dangerously Injured near Bedford Ind by the explosion of dy namlte In a box on which they were sil ting rPOLITICAL The dead lock In toe Missouri Legis lature over the election of a United States Senator continues- A resolution asking United States Senator Burton to resign was Introduced In the Kansas Legislature Albert J Beveridge and James A Uemln way were elected United State Senators by the Indiana Legislature Richard P Ernst of Covlngton will be one of the Kentucky aids on the staff of the grand marshal at President Roosevelts Inauguration parade- A Washington dispatch save that It has been practically decided by the re publicans In the Senate that Senator Smoot of Utah will retain ble seat John M Barlan will be the republican candidate for mayor of Chicago Mayor Carter B Harrison and Judge E P Dunne are spoken of for the dem ocratlo nomination Ooaccount of the Illness of Chairman Ole ead of the Contested Election Com mitten before which the EdwardsHun ter White contest was taken no fur they consideration of the contest will be undertaken for perhaps a week or even longer A strong sentiment among the mem bera df the Rogue developed at Frankfort laat night In favor of holding a continuous session until the question of the new Capitol Is disposed of The Senate Committee favorably reported Senator bill vesting In the Capitol Commission the power to se lect a KLTiMYW YwYMY4 tr Yi2tlllai NEIGHBORING COUNTIES IIN S Roach aged 78 le dead in Anderson Too handsome home of Joe Poulter near Barrodsburg was destroyed by Tare McAnlncb a prominent citi zen of tbo Joyce section of Casey Is deadSister Elizabeth Spaldlng of the So clety of Shakers Is dead at Shaker town Mercer county Lawson pros of Shelby told to Gen try Bros of Lexington 80 Southern cotton mules fore total of 80700 O J Thurmond ban bought out the Interest of Cap G P Helm In tho firm of Thurmond Helm and will conduct the business alone Danville News John Thackcr was sentenced to the penitentiary for a year for throwing the air brake valve on a pas eoeer train on the C S railroad and stopping the train Fifteen miners were Injured two fatally by the derailment of tbecahle in which tbev were being carried up the mountain to tbo Excelsior mine at at Mlddlcsboro Tho twoyearold son of hence Rat sey of Mlddleburg was burned to death While standing before an open firo Its clothing caught firA and before assistance came was a sheet of Hlme The door of Bopewell church near Barrodsburg wee broken down with a large stone and a handsome chandelier smashed Into smithereens Nearly all of the windows In the building were shot out and much other damage done The scoundrels who did It should spend the rest of their day doing time In tho Frankfort penitentiary SOMERSET Robert Warren has taken a position with Waddle k Wuddlo Joe Gibson sold to John Slesalnger a lot on College street for 1600 Monday was court day but there was nothing doing Few people In town Robert Eastham and C L Huffman have opened a restaurant on Mt Ver non street The Brotherhood of Locomotive Trainmen gave a big dance at John sons Ball Thursday evening some 50 couples being present The QtL C has put on two new trains The Chicago and Florida Lim ited affords passengers bound for the South the very best of accommodations Mr C S Porter was In Covlngton last week attending the meeting of the State Board of Pharmacy Mrs John Mersbon visited her daughter Mrs J R Beazley In Stanford Prof Boone of the Boone Yokl Co which gave two performances here this week proved himself to be the great set mindreader and hypnotist everjn this city All who saw him were made believers In the work And still people are moving to Som ergot That Is strange Isnt It y They are beginning to realize that Somerset la the queen of the mountains and soon to be the leading city of Kec tucky People are preparing to build In tbo spring so as to accommodate the now comers Everybody Is beginning to realize that Somerset Is growing rapidly Why not join the procession and come to a good town There were lour of them In the amok logcompurtmentof tbtt car wnon the traveler from Chicago happened to say That reminds mo of a man nut in my town who la so mean that be makes the members of his house wrltesmall hands In order to save Ink A friend o my fathers sub wuz oven worse than that came promptly from the Baltlmorean II Be stopped the clocks at night sub because o the wear and tear on the works Then the Philadelphian II Well terns a good old Quakerout In Wayne who wont read the papers Wears out hla glasses eays he All three looked Inquiringly at the man from New York but be merely smiled and rang for tbo waiter to take the orders Smart Set Cholly Do you think that Miss Old mayde la really very anxious to get married PollyWell I think that before a man proposes to her be had better be mighty certain that he loves her Som ervllle Journal Two more arrests were made In Bed ford IndIn connection with the Schaefer murder They aro Frank Evans and W Elmer Browning The arresta are said to be the reaultof state ments made by the divorced wife of Browning An mmoovemeo of tbo howell without any unpleasant effect is produced by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists The deficit in the United States treasury la placed at 55060440 the expen dltures being over 2600000 in oxceea of receipts A desperate plot to escape from the Cincinnati workhouse was disclosed by a prisonerIt the world bow big a little house feels when the babies are away visiting Better meet trouble half way than to sit still and let It overwhelm you J L Earlywtne has been appointed postmaster at Paris tJ 1 a cl x KILLS GERMS OF CATARRH Hyoraol Goes to the Root of the Disease and Makes Aston ishing Cures Catarrh cannot be cured by tho use of pills liquid medicines and so called eye turn tonlcj Under ouch treatment tilt germs of he disease will still live In the air passages and Increase and multiply Hvomel is tho only scientific cod thorough way to cure catarrh Killing the germs In the air passages it enters the blood with tbo ox pen destroys the microbe In the blood and effectually drives frout the system all traces of catarrhal poison Thousands of teylinionlaa Save been given as to tbe attonlnbing rurea made by this remedy Mrs Lo Kendu 70 Western avenue Cleveland Ohio writes 1 believe Hi oinci paved my life I am litter now then I have been in lOycatn Many ilqc tore both in England rind Franco treat ed me for catarib but I was out cured till I found llyomei- 1robabljr II the strongest evidence that can be tillered at to the powers of Hyo me to cure catarrh is the fact that Penny will agree to refund tbo money if you say Hyomoi has not cured you The complete Ilyomcl outfit costs butt consisting of an inhaler dropper and sufficient Hjouiel to lest several weeks This will effect a cute in ordinary cases but for chronic and deepMated cases of catarrh longer use may be necessary and then extra bottles ol Hyomel can be ob tamed for 60c PREACHERSVILLE Wesley Blaukentnip killed a large snake the day the snow fell Thieves broke Into W B Cummins corn crib and stole a quantity of corn Rumor predicts several weddings soon Use or two of our young men say there Is no such good luck Maurice Perkins and John Cbudwlck of Crab Orchard made a flying trip through this city Sunday afternoon In a IIltllb There seems to be sown at traction In this neck of me wood Mist Anna M Urann of Colorado who has beep visiting Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson returned to Georgetown College Monday Jack Klrby moved to Paint Lick We regret to give so good citizens up F f Blankenshlp la at Brodhead Mrs J F Shaw U III of nervous froitrattoa Mrs Jesse Tray lor continues quite Mrs James Tnompion has been quite sick with asthma Bob Garrison Is complaining J T Ulnguman la able to be out agate Spoiled Her Beauty Harriett Howard of 209 W 31th Mreet New York at one time had her beauty spoiled with skin trouble Silo writes I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for rears but nothing would cure it until used Bucklens Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cllh burns mil sores 25c al Penny Drug Store and Lynn Bros Crab Orchard Ky k INDIGESTION I was troubled with atom ach trouble Thedfordi Black goodIntots medicine I took In a year11 MUS BARAII JL BUIIIFIELD BlletUrillc lad Thedfordi Black Draught quickly invigorates ac and cures even chronic cases of indigestion If you will a dose Thed fordi Black Draught occa sionally you will keep your perfect THEDFORDS LA DRAUGHT More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfordi Illaek Draught not only relieves constipation but cure diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps the bowels regular AU druggist sell 23cent packages BlackDraught bowelsISneadFerry ConSTIPATion A c BALSAMC1rrmnotrt a taiuritot tray1WtCum twianJack and Stallion Sale Wo will bold our fl st jack and itall on meta at Union Buck Yard Lexington the third wek In Icbrurry fq1olo the Tnt tvnall male Write uifor entry s J F qpOK S UO Lexington Ky d A S PRICE aurgeon Denti- stitanford Ky tmeo r UoRotwrti Prn Store la tbOwely HalMloi h R A JONES DKNTIHT Stanford tUCy Onto In Myers Uoute Iarlor 1lione OLE D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford reJr H BOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Jood Livery Service at Reasonable Rate Oall on ni on Depot Street Alto Dealers In Ooal NEW LIVERY STABLE s W Bt1IUtE k SNlrorl JUNCTION CITY KY rirtl 01ats Turnout at Thlalollible Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Qratn and Uay For Sale COAL AND FEED W e deal in beet brands of coal and all kinds of feed Kindly favor u with your orders Phone 118 HOCK BRod- Rowland Ky Pruitt BrothersUn- dortakors Llvory Furniture Now Goods Just Received Cull and sec them- PRUITT BROS Morelaod Ky u EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In the Tailoring business all my life 1 feot confident in saying I represent one of tbe beet tailoring firms In the country Wltbmy oxpuricncu in taking measures 1 give your clothes are bound to be alisfuctory as my many patrons in tills line will bur me out My are tbe same as Inex crlenced men who are in the buitncei I also have I nice line ul fancy cheviot and other suitlnKb I will cut and make if you desire at a model ate price Thank log you for past favors I am yours H C RUPLEY tbe Tailor Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of land a two atory front 7 room cottage The home II new A iplen did garden orchard There Is n large mill on the a good crusher and tb dam It In good repair and the natural pow er U economy In running the mill Doe1 splendid builnes Everything U la good repair ha all necetiary out ing The owners only reuon for telling It the ruib of other bUll aM as he has ex tentlvo farming Interests to look after Tblt property It on the Hanging Fork about miles from Stanford and can ho bough tat a bargain For further particulars ad drew 0 Thurmond Lytle Ky or L K Uugbet Stanford Ky FOR SALE OR RENT Highly ImiirovedstocU farm of 575 acres In the Blue Grace Clark county Ky tltuated on the Mt Sterling and Winchester turnpike being abouteevon miles from Wln beeter about the name from Mt Ster ling Ky Can be divided Into four farm an follows One of acres with goodhoue of live rooms andnew tobacco burn One of 100 acres adjoining tho abore with house of four rooms and llge tobacco barn One of 180 acres with large dwelling of eight room all necessary outbuilding three earns auto tellan noutet Ono of 215 acres with two houses two barn and outbuildings For particulars address J O BJOHKK Winchester Ky Start the New Year by taking the In terior Journal AUCTION Tr t AUCTION I f Saturday and Monday January 21 23 J S et 11 THE GRAND LEADER OWIKY BLOCK WATClt OUIl At 8 M B toy 8 Co S B Levy The clmiico of n lift tithe Do tiut mire iu We are nlleringyoti the lit ICiitigc ever aliowu III tltitt city Ilvo yonr fire buck nhvnyx will over door handle Tlio hoot linker that moneyCan hay Cull nnil too It SHwml in ll1lclllcn lA for W thga GEORGE H FARRIS CO Stanford Ky ijot Water Bottles At Perjnys Drug- Store At this ecamn especially nothing will give more comfort tu an old or sick person than n good Hot Witter Bottle Wo can furnish you it oooi oil two qunrl size nt 81 SI2fior lsill- let one and you will wonder how you ever did without it PENNYS DRUG STORE StanfordKy As a starter on January 5 1105 we will inaugu- v t rate tho jrretiUSt CLEARANCE SALE II In every tglVtmThe Chas Wheeler Emporium r I v HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY i r J ioiiI T r 5 CENTS A splendid value in a yard wide blench cotton regular prico Oc 12J CFNTS For a real sheer nnintook ns good ag you usually see at 1ft t cents Other grades up to 20a l 5 and 10 CUNTS At nbovo prices wo slow J5 different patterns in f Hamburg Edgings mud Insertions 2 to 1inch deep 10 CENTS 25 now Spring 1005 Patterns in Zephyr Ginghnmcol I ore fast Sonic special styles and colors for mens whirls and boys waigte 7 CKNTSFor a fine long cloth finish yardwide bleach cotton usual tly sold for tc 5 CENTS A yard fur choice of n beautiful line of Torschon Laces and Insertionsnot the usual cheap etulfeold at this price but patterns that would bring lOc I EV RAT SON STANF0ED 11 THElNTERIOIjJOURMl STANFOKD KY JAN 20 100 WK never hesitate to solicit your proscription trade for we feel that wo are able to the very bet sod tnoi accurate service Wu use only tbo Purest Drugs rod will flu your pre onptloo jutlu your doctor hoe pre scribed Peony Drug Store Stan ford Ky PERSONALS JAMKS BUAUY bee grip MUS PATTIBBllOWN Is Indisposed Mil AUiKKT BBA8LEY continue ill Mita PANNIB DUNN u still quit sick y JOHN 0 SHANKS Is working at Leb anonCAI111KLLWObU over from Cia e to the who of Mr S C White- a a daughterMlts C lUUmiMAN of the Wec- Eod U very sick I MRS Ko PKYTON returned from Lex 101 Ion yesterday- L WEAIIKN UCOHBS U wofkloi olgbu at Rock bold V ELD O B IOWKLL of Lexington was here Wednesday I MRs JULIA AHHAMS la with her brother Mr S B Levy ANNBTTB Ibe little daughter of Mr and Mu U C Wry le very III- M1taI BB8SIBSAUNUKK8IS very at her homo at the Veranda Hotel MRS M M DUNN of Uustonvllle caller this weeklubitanttalwas a MISS ALKNK BllOWNof Washington t county II with MM M M Sweeney Miss MAIIIB MAIIONY whole attend 1 flail Georgetown College Is quite sick I Mil JAMBS T CAHSONO Louisville was here yesterday working the traJe- MK e T U SXIURY of Lexington f was with the relative Mr T 0 Ran cy Miss JULIA UinotNS of Richmond spent everal dl js wltb Mrs W U Higgins I W T OAHNKU and J S Singleton of the Kast Had went to Louisville this I afternoon REV It IL NOKL attended the burial of his friend Dr 0 C Herring at Lancaster MESSRS J B AND LD PARKS of Garrard were hero yesterday lucking tfora farm fllB MARY J MILLEU Is somewhat boner than she was yesterday and the day before MRS SARAH DAYTON and sea Jas DaTtorf were here from McKinney Wednesday Miis GBO P MAUKY of Wilkins burg Ia le vlslttng her parents Mr and Mrs J N Mcnefee iit MRS BKTTIE LOOAN CAKTBK who went to Louisville for treatment had H severe spell and Is still III MISS KATHBIUNB WAUHKN has giv on the Casey County e up her position News and hat homo again MANLY C ALII 1110 liT of Brodhead has gone to Louisville to takes post tion with Stratton k Tarstcgo PLEASE change the cheapest and 1 best from Lexington to Uandley W Va writes J Owsley Newland Miss JKSSIB D COONS who Is with t Hustonvlllo relatives will come down tomorrow to visit her sUters hero MR M P ELKIN of Lexington this afternoon Ipanod up to Livingston to work up the Maccabeo lodge there Mil W DOZIER writes us to r change his VN otr to Sprlngdold Teon to which phece has beentransferred Mil S L DVRDYTT baa moved his family to tho residence on Cemetery Mr W S MoGulre hill v oatd by MR AND MRS W R CUND1KK of Somerset are In Louisville where Mr College oft MedlclocIMil J Q AICORN 0 a t Lakeland Asylum U here for a few 50 poundsdays Be has gained about i of flesh since he took a position thero IN mentioning the serious Illness of IMre Mary J Miller of this place tho Lexington Herald says Mre Miller I visited Mrs W P Walton two years ago and formed navy pleasant acqualn tances who will regret to hear of her condition LOCALS TliERii U lots of sickness In and around Stanford due no doubt to tbe t bad changeable weather of the past three weeks Quit carpet sample rugs now for wale Trlbblu Pnco Fna SAI01 can fresh Itocx 01 Dry Goods and a nice residence In Stac ford Ky John P lanes POULTRY WANTKU Will pay 11e fur good turkeys lie for chickens H B Northcutt Stanford Kv TUB Somerset Journal will raise It subscription prlca to tl 50 Maroh let which Mould thu prloe of vtrv good semi weekly IK tou want H ror neof any kind write Miss Hettlo Harris Crab Orcb ard She will order what you want a big saving to you MR GKOHUB L PKNNY the drulllgist shows his fallb In this paper advertising medium by taking more ol Ih paio for the present year Miss CRTTIK THURMOND aiks us to state that tor school at Ml Xenia will begin Monday and that she desires all of ber pupils to start In that day GET your buggy carriage and wagon repaired by Aldrldge 26 years experl ence Horse shoeing by George San dusky All work guaranteed u D Aldrldge FOR SALEAeelrole residence adjoining the property of Caldwell Female College In Danville A rare bargain For tgrmi call on or address S W Menefou Danville Ky Bin preparationsarea being mado for the opening of Hotel Weatberford aL Uustonvllle on Thursday evening next 20ih The banquet and bill promise to be tho swellest things seen lo Lincoln county for many a day IP the I reproroutulrele not at Lancaster court Monday and there be those present who want to settle for their paper they will greatly oblige us by binding tbe money to our good friend Mr M D Hughes ED how will Dooloioolvoo do for the new name for that well from a mu teal slandpolnlV Somerset Journal The name suite us to a t Wo move that the name of Spragglns well be changed to It without further dlicus sionl Tiii OJd Fellows now own the Commercial lintel building and they hold tat 13650 It was formerly owned by a stock company but the OJd Fellows bought the Ian share ul stuck In It yet terday Now let them tear the old call corn down and put up a sightly brick ID Us place- DANYILLt mA recent communica tion from Dr C P Uarvlelle who has chargef tbo Tlntlo Hospital at Rob loon Utah states that while he misses his many Danville friends and shall always enjoy a trip back to Little Bri lain be Is well pleased with his new location and environments Beildes his regular hospital practice Dr Harvlelle bis a contract with four large mines paying monthly dues The jury In tbe case of John Uollby vs the Western Union Telegraph Company awarded mho plaintiff II 250 damages One hundred and thirtynine deeds were recorded In tbo county clerks olllce Irom the Sep tember term of the Boyle circuit court to the present term Advocate TDK Central Kentucky Medical Asso ciation met In the parlor of the Gllcher Hotel Danville yesterday at lloclock A M wltb the president Dr Bogle In the chair Tboro were present Dr Cowan Gose Cboek J G and Bertie Carpenter K J Brown W 0 Hop per Barker Jackson Dunlap D Icicle and Bailey The discussion was open ed by Dr J U Carpenter of Stanford on the subject of Hernia While tbo talk was au Informal one yet the toplo pbueeIthe members who expressed them selves In grateful terms for the timely tad important theme The report on tbs Section of Gynecology was to have been made by Dr Klonalrd of Lancas tor but wbo failed to mako his appear nee The subject goes over and will be read at the next meeting as a Vol ntary1 The following officers were elected for the ensuing year W O Dopper presldeni Bertie Carpenter vice president Steele Bailey secretary ted treasurer After tbe exhibition of books plates pathological specimens etc the association adjourned to meet In Btaoford on the third Thursday In April W5c J JiCiYm rh Some Strong Bidders for January Purchases TCE8zREAD SnerlfT Bauebtnune eeeontl to net story which burins this Issue K T PUNCH CO ha re prettily lm proved tbo interior of tnwir ptoPKroom They are building a large wurobouio back or their store LACKEY Mleeirone Lackey aped 29 sled at Pamsvllle of contumptloo and wee burled there yesterday She WM a dater of Mre D Good of tbli place LINCOLN county nod Stanford lot ooo of ber crown jewels In the deatb of Mn James P Bailey In every rela tloo of life she iDlned out a euperlo woman Somerset Journal aodIwent all who owe us to come at once and nettle This means you If you have not paid us J R Barrie k Co Turnersvtlle TUB Central Ky Boil Kitate Ex twultrllctlend of Lincoln county near Southern railway One tract consists of 33 are the other tire acres The owner of ttii property lives at a distance and wo are Instructed to sell It privately It must go Tbe beet bid gets It For further particulars see or addreisL It ilugbes Stanford Ky- LANCASTFItDr Klnnalrd Is erect tag another large house on theold Sem inary lot oo Depot street Considera ble surprise was created last week when It became known that the county board of supervisor had ordered that tbo people of the town bo asievsed for taxes on tbe waterworks Just Install ed Miss Edith M Morrow who has been attending Hamilton College Lex ington during the present term coo tracted a cste of grip during ber visit home Christmas and has since been unable to return to her studies U M West sold to tbe American Tobacco Company 20090 pounds of tobacco at 11025 Recor- dIIIILLilsDaisy Gibson Phillips aged 10 eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry D Phillips died at oclk yesterday afternoon after a two weeke Illness of pneumonia and heart trouble She bad rallied somewhat from the at tack of pneumonia butltl thoughttbat heart failure was tbe Immediate cause of ber death Daisy was a beautiful modest and studious girl beloved by all ber associate and her death Is deeply mourned bv them and ber school teach ers with whom she was a great favor ite At tbe last protracted meeting held by Rev J W Hagln at the Christian church she gave ber heart to God and has since been a constant attend anion her church and Sunday school as the bad always been since early childhood She was a with bergrandparents IlreafavorlLoI the former In their the Iou of tbelr oldest loved grandchild with the deepest sor row Dalsya death Is Head one com lOll at It does so soon after the late be reavements of the family Mr and Mrs Phillips with tho grandmothers house hold had only a few weeks ago moved Into their beautiful new home and life seemed to bold nothing but happiness but God In his Inscrutable wisdom saw lit to deprive tbo fond parents of their brightest Jewel and Be dooth all things for the best The funeral Is being held at the residence this afternoon tbe ser vices being conducted by Rev L M Omer In the presence of many of her companions and schoolmates Prof Bos lev having adjourned tbo graded school out of respect to Daisys memory and to her devoted and bereaved mother After the services the body of this lov ing dutlfuldaughter will bo laid to rest surrounded by her weeping family sor rowing friends and tearful schoolmates CHURCHATTERSI Collections for Home Missions will bo taken at the Presbyterian church 00I Sunday morning MenuThe Bowling Green Young Christian Assoclatlon has established an employment bureau Preaching at the Hebron Methodlet church Sunday morning next by the pastor writes Rev Robt F Jordan You aro respectfully requested to at tend too services at the Baptist church Sunday morning at 11 oclock Subject Looking to Jesus Evening subject The Devil q The Christian church at Nlcbolat vllle has been allowed a claim agatcst tbe United States governmqot and has been paid the sum of tOIO The church building was used us a hospital and storeroom bv ihn United States forces during the civil war and greatly dam aed MATRIMONIAL At Peru lad John Howell a old ower of 70 and Miss MarySmltbswee 10 were made one The DaviHUrctc wedding on Tburs day Jan 12 was one of the prettiest home weddings of the New Year Tbo bride Miss Katharine belle Beck Is the bandaomeand accomplished daugh ter of Mr John L Beck Tbo groom originally a Somerset man but now a prominent railroad man of Decatur III Is a splendid gentleman In every sense of the word The bride was handsome ly gowned In white broadcloth with pOlo lace and panne velvet trimmings and a largo white picture hat The Imprefjlelvomitrch was rendered by Miss Savannah UCIf as the bridal party entered the parlors which were tastcfullydccorated with evergreens and carnations Im mediately after the ceremony a dainty luncheon was served after which the bridal party left lora tour of the South They will return to tbelr Northern home In a few weeks where tbo best wishes of their host of friends attend them X 101COVIOltDO daughter of Mrs Alice Cloyd of this place and Mr William Phelps Cobb a prosperous young farmer of Boyle county were united In wedlocks holy bond Mr Cloyd Mr and Mrs Rich ard Cobb parents of the groom Misses Llta Belle Cash and Virginia Warren nlJuebJones accompanied tbe bridal to Covtngtoo and witnessed the ceremonyI which was a moil beautiful one The bride was gowned In point decsprtt over white and her beauty never show ed to better advantage She Is a lovely young woman and Is ns popular as she Is The groom Is a tine gen tleman Induetrrloui sod energetic and Is a success In bis chosen vocation Toe marriage Is tbe culmination ofa long courtship and that It will proves most happy one we have every reason to be Hove Mr and Mrs Cobb left av once for extensive Southern trip and will not be at home to tbelr friends until Feb iflth They will reside on Mr Cobb farm near Danville where tbe good wishes of their many friends will always be with them The bride will be greatly missed In Stanford where she was a splendid worker In her church and In other good causes She Is a most elegant and excellent young woman and we heartily congratulate the fortunate young mm who has woo ber heart and han- dGreatly unin Demand Nothing Is moreln demand Ibar a med icine which meets modern requirements for a blood and system cleanser such aa Dr Kings New Life Pills They are Just what you need to cure stomach and liver troubles Try them At Pennys Drug Store and Lyne Brow Crab Orchard Ky 25c guaranteed WANTED I Turkeys Ducks Geese and Chickens IIIgbest cash market price u B NORTUCOTT Stanford Ky JACK SALE Fox ft Logan will hold their annual Jack ale at Danville Thursday March 2 1805 Open for entries They held ni Rood a tack ale last year ni was over held In the United States iDa tl Traylory InJuR IK WhlSkll Brandu Wines Beer Gluars Ftc OarptnUr Houit Oloas to Oapot STANFORD KY Prompt andolltattention Nothing but Hit ttlo drink Mal phon cr ttlitrapb orders rtcilvt ro ptitUnlloo JAi 20 and 25 CENTS 25 patterns in skirt flouncings and corset cover pat terns 12 inches deep Embroidery 20 and 25c These are exceptional t values 5 and 10 CENTS For special drives in Pearl Button Huttona in theco worth up to 20c 8110 CENTSFor n 12yard bolt of fine Berkley Long Cloth 10 CENTS For choice of u beautiful lino of wheat patterns in Norman dy Val Luces These wear well and the patterns arc news UK CENTS 12 patterns 15 inched wide fine skirt flouncing embroidery i a regular Silo article 25 CEX lOSFor six spools Clarks 0 N T Spool Cotton a4PHlI4I fi UIF i rr 7S s ryra w a reiwa eras11 Ca 4 e II C Ii es a r OurStockoflinterFootwearl Honest Mike kip boot the mud splitter 83 50 nail Road calf boot double lined water proof J 00 Hooker Bootee calf lined b 00 Water King liigh top shoe rubber lined 3 00 Level Bast the best boys school shoe undo 1 75 to 2 00 Rolled Edge snag proof felt boots li 00 to 3 00 Boys folt hoots 1 50 to 1 75 These are all in stock sizes com plete Can fit you tod- ayHJIYTRoberts This Weather Suggest Overcoats i We offer any Overcoat in our house at 25 per cent discount from regular pl ccrrhmc will be lots more cold weather plenty time in which to get more than your mon eys worth in wear iCUnrUNSlVlCLARY Stanford Kentucky Tilt BARGAIN STOREj Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods From time Great Bargain Sale of Sweeter Ferabrook it Co of New York This is an opportunity which seldom occurs We advise all who can to come ns early ns possible to attend this the greatest sale we have ever offered Ladiss1 Furnishing Goods Ladies tailor made suits worth 815 and 20 are on sale at 8150 to 7f0 Ladies uptodate Jackets 85 to 810 now on solo at 250 to 84 Ladies and Misses Skirts worth 8150 up to 85 are now on sale at i8c to 2I 48 Ladies corsets from 1Jo up Latest styles of petticoats from 59c Ladies dress and coarse Shoes at fljlc and up Mens and Children Furnish ings Great lido of Shoes for children from loc up Mens Drew anti work ing Shoes from 9Sc up Mens Clothing from S3 a suit up Hens nice Overcoats from 250up Mens Sunday Punts from 75c up ChitIdreus nice threepiece BuiU from 75c uplloJs r drens mill Ladies Stockings from 4o up ISTRADE WITH McCORMACK PEACOCK HUSTON VILLE KENTUCKY I i rn HEINTMOR JOURNAL l fintmd in the PortOffice at Stattfonl at Htondclatt matter 1UlltlHHKD TOMHIIAVH AN1 rlUIJAYN AT 100 PER YEAR CASH t3f When nntn paid 1200 will be charged 0 I KNOXVILLfcOmSIUrU NoHTra1l1colnCNo04pm Ntt 14023 Mare u e South12t16am r UMBRELLAS r Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a amount I can OJ your umbrella batter than the tramp t repairers and for less money Give me a trial FRANC AIKIN Stanford For Sale Privately Mr house and 10 acres of land situated JUlt ouultle of town limits on the Somerset plko House rooms kitchen and ser good and allvants room cellar stable accessary outbuildings Water hydrant In one for stock DAILE1cJesse W Sweeney noraiEToR Livory Food and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUGARS Proprietor E ctric Lights In every room R furnlsheJ and unler entire New Management BobllIe lavorlta porter meets all trains Urge WelMlRhte Sanplt Room BDCARTERSucccusor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is eojicited Horses on commission Stock Pona In Connection Mway saloon COOD RICE Prors BpeclalbolesaleGrass Deer Case keg and bottled O Brent Soutuwood mixer Phone Stan ford Ky Nice Home For Sale I Having decided to return to Somerset I otter for sale privately my home on East Main Street lu The resilience sixroom cottage brand new bath room and all conveniences The lot contains about IK acres of land and tho homo Is a most delightful hue Tor further particu lars call on or write me dt Somerset J H Deck or Wm Duck at Stanford HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I I desire to sell privately irf hotel property and livery stable In vlllo ing can bo used us hotel or private resident and U well arranged for two families Sta ble has stalls and Is In good repair Plen ty water at burn and hotel If house U not told by Jan will rent It and can give possession on that date eseasion of barn If rented or sold separately on Nov 23 House and barn newly covered Ito tel Is In Graded School district For further particulars call on or address D 8 CARPENTER Hnstonvlllo Ky Jc+ McCbMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Doalear In 4AB1TESS SADDLSBY 0 Stanford Ky ill Le Beazley 6 Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALSODIALIUII KarnitareMattingsRngThey kinds of Stork Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY AnniversaryiI Presents We have every thing that the heart could desire or fan cj dictate in the way of beautiful remembrances Largest Line In Central Ky at Money Saving Prices J GgiFFine Watch Repairing and Optical Work a Specialty h MURRAY HcADAMS Leading Jewelers Danville Ky departeds4ones by a f Monument Let It be of exclusive 7and artistic design the best material and of per feet workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablets of Marbleand Granite In Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS a SON Lexington Ky Buy your Drugs Stationery Etc during 1905 of I W 5 McRobertsUGCIST it And Save Money L11 IL LAND STOCK CROPS ETC G H Floyd sold to J D lads a steer at about 3i K P Woods bought of Mark Hardln 11750 pound cornted belters at Jo P Q Smlloy of Lexington bought of Elder Joseph Gallon a horse for 1250A P Sloan bought of James Mae Keebnle a paIr of three yearpld mules for liii Don Pizarro the noted stallion own ed by Chino Forsytbc at Harrods burg Is dead Came to my place Dec 10a black gilt sow Owner can Ret same bv pay lOll for this notice and her keep J Frank Smith Stanford Ky 2t Frank Logan sold Charles Marvin the veteran trainer of Lexington the bay colt Asbbell by Adhcll 223 dam Ashby L by Ashland Wilkes for II 000 Thirty horses and mules were sold at the Fox Loan sale Monday viulcs In pairs brought from 1250 to 8300 single from 1100 to 1101 60 horses owing to quality from li5 to 8135 Advocate Andrew Sabel 21 years old employ ed in the Keystone Hour milt at Nautl coke some time ago ID a dream saw an Invention for separating foreign sub stances from grain just before It was ground He told some friends and ask cd their assistance In making It but they laughed at him Prescrvldg a clear conception lo his mind he went to work built amodel got a patent on it last month and has now received an offer of 110000 for tho patent rights from a Massachusetts firm The principle of tbo invention Is magnetism It re moves foreign subitanccs from the grain and averts accidents to the grinding machinery Wllkcsbarre Dispatch Stomach Troubles and Consti pationC- hamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets ate tho best thing for stomach troubles and constipation I have ever sold says J It Cullman a druggist of 1otterville Mich They are easy to take and always give satisfaction I tell my customers to try them and if not satisfac tory to come back and get their money but have never had a complaint For sale by nil druggists The gross earnings of the Li N railroad for the six months ending with 1001 show an Increase of over 1500000 as compared with thou barns period of tbo preceding year Sheriffs Sale For Taxes On Monday Feb 13th 1905 being the first day of the January term of the Lincoln county court I will between the hours of 9 oclock and 4 oclock in front of the courthouse door in Stanford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand the followinjlists or so muchas will pay coss penalty As fast as payfoenti are made the names will disappear The amount set opposite eachname in cludes 6 per cent penalty and cost of advertising M S naughman Sheriff o STSORIIWllt1B- Curlis P A 35 acres 4 65 Morris Fred lot 16 Go Rocker Jesse X Rllot 5 70- Kaney J II 80 acres 2S 25 Russell F L N K one acre 3 Go COLOR HlI Ilailey Thos IS acre 5 45 Hurdette Josh six acres 5 so Ourdctte Grant cneacre 4 65 Carson Headly N RI one acre 16 Cowan Goo fouracres 5 70 Embry Belle town lot 00 Evans Dick three tracts 3 35 Givens Kate ten acres 4 o5 Harris Walter one acre 4 IS Hays Will lot 4 15 Higgins Henry six acres I 95 Hill Wyatt two tracts Q OS Jckman Sam one acre 390 Jones Wm two lots 5 IS Jones Belle lott 3 50 Lee Sank N R onefourth acre 4 05 McMullen Jos L two onehalf ac J 9o McMullen Wilson five acreS 4 05 Root Richard onehalf acre 3 70 Hout Sam half acre 3 7S Rout Dick Son three acres a to Simpson Elias three acre 4 40 Watkins Henry half acre 390 Wallace Tulers heirs lot J 55 Wilhoit heirs 20 acres 5 05 Wooda Shelby four acres 4 IS Young Margaret three acres J 6o CKAII OltCHAltD WHITK Adams heirs 70 acres 3 of Anderson John five acres 40 Daughert Wm 40 acres 4 t Gooch Mrs Matilda 32 acres 2 70 Haggard heirs 80 acres 2 85 Hasty Mrs Dell 25 acres i55 Hiatt A M two tracts za to Hutchison J M too acres 16 o Isom Jno N HI two tracts Go5 Lewis 0 P too acres 5 GS Newman Gustavo 90 acres 5 oS Parigan Rcbt too aires o Payno Jas L 47 acres t 15 Smith Mrs Armina i jo acre J 40 Smith Frank 30 acres J95 Stephens J II 25 acres 9 So Taylor Jos L 40 acrea 3 9o Thompson W D 55 acres 305 G5NilsonWren Stephen 5o acres 7 ri Holmes Mrs M O lot 2 80 Refers Join 2S acres 3 90 Wiegmati Emel ic j acres j O- jCttll OHCHAHDCOLORED Carson Sarah one acre 2 0I Cruse Emma two acres I 25 Curtis m ten acres atto- rerklas Uob threequarter lore 4 40 Rice Mary one nerd 2 to Smith J H aj acres 2 55 Sutton Win five acres j 90 Welch Rhoda one ncro 255 WA5NSS11UH0fil1ITE- Bastin S U 153 acres 7 73 Oaugb II P 22 acres 3 oo Daugh Silai A 32 acres 4 jft Uecktold Fred N HI 102 lIorest 5 oo Benne M S tot acres 0 73 Byrd los fifty acres 3 20 Carpenter Bros 135 acres 8 40 Falk Ceo L H9 J acres 4 55 Faulkner 1J POO acres C to Florence J U 60 acres 4 OIFoley Franklin 20 acres 4 Frazier R II 3 acres 4 251 Gooch Mrs M A G5 acres j 40 65yloltenMorton John i2f acoes II Jadingtch Wm 52 acres 4 95 Johnson Mrs S It 30 acres 4 o5 Leach Vm 25 acres 4 13 Mead L W 244 acres 10 60 Moore David 15 acres 4 to Morgan Sailie 25 acres 2 30 Morgan Wm 100 acres 6 t5 Mullins S S 88J acres 4 o5 Peterson Chat 40 ocres 6 36 Robinson Wm ten acres j jo- Royjton Jesse one acre 2 80 Smith A H 20 acres 4 43 Smith Frank 48acres 4 93 Smith Jas zoo acres f OS Spalding J A 25 acres j 75 Story II II 93 acres ii 15 Drackler W M NIt I27acre 3 tw Carmen Heteklah 25 acres 9 90 Gooch G T Jr two lots 14 So Pennybacker Alls Hettle 200 acre 23 4o Martin Owens 73 acres 4 65 Trusty Chas 4acrcs C Upthe roc J BTo hares 4 Walls John T 2S acres 4 05 Walls Mrs M L4 aero 2 81 Ware W II 60 acre 4 OS White T W 15 uuros 400 Williams Uolji SO nuros 0 05 Winches Chas IDT nurws 0 15 Yocum Kills 14 auras 4 05 Young Clark lOt acres W Young Sirs A JOO acres 4 65 WAYNESiIUROCOLORED- Boone Maley 3 acres I 13 Jonos Kdtllo 20 noros T 3 Martin W J 65 aero 4 HUSTON VI LLRw ITK Akin George lot 10- Ilurton A J lot IB- Curtls Geoijje W CO uomt 15 Gresham J iuti tl G tarp W IHoStcro 4 Johnson Mr5l J lot 8 I anck F Gs holrs 100 acre 4 03 Lay Gco 2 acres 4 40 Lowclor Ir W L 2 lots 18 15 McOonnnck Mr Lucy 25 acrvH 2 65 Moran Mn Viola lot 4 Nail 5 Sit III lot 100VOI 8 00 Peyton D II C lot 8 60- Wilchttr Jerrys heirs 25 news 2 10 Woods Josio col 1 acre 2 45 Young Hexoklah 10 acres 4 C5 IIIISTONVILGtIIOTAitU Alcorn Fannie ono ncrv 1 Bailey Charles half emit 6 4 Bright Klla 2 acres t Drown Tom 1J news 5 G Drown Mitt lot r 20 Drown John 1 auru 11 Burton David our u 4 1 Cloyil John nero 3 i Gtrcns Anderson 2 noru t 4 0 Gooch Cum 4 ncrtw 4 jO Lyons Miullia lot 9 53 Masterson Nelson 2 act 86 McKlnnoy Osoar 1 auto 4 Iii Mon lnml Bob 5 acres I III Morifui Geor o 1 noro s 4 Iii rtivensl Willis 4 IUITO 4 00 Kowney John lot 4 15 Steele Chnrlon lot 4 Hi Stephonson HurrUon i acv 3 00 Trice Mltchull acre 4 15 Welch Jainos 2 ncrtw 4 40 Would ridge Peter 1Mttiv tli Carter Margaret 7 iilirtM rn DlnuIddlo Tohns heIr Ii JUTM 4 00 Patton Laura lot SO R Be Maliony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In the counties of Boyle Lincoln and Cawy who may seeking in surance against biro Lightning and Tornado Nono but the strongest and best OldLine Corn panIcs represented and tho low rat pfsible rates are guaranteed Phone b2 Stanford Kentucky POSTED We whoso names appear bolow trlc turbid hunting balling or any kind of trespassing on our place and will prosecute to the full extent of tho law Charles Cnslln J II McAllstcr MM Kate Ador Itclchenbacli Urns Fred VouOriionlRun Albert VouOruenlgan Fred VooAllman Fred Dauinunn Alfred Simpson George Holmes MUi Mattlo II hewed E Kolclieubacli Charles Cummins Jos Ballou A 0 Dunn 8 M Holmes WKAmou Wit Dnugbcrty M J llollraun M D Flmorc Peter W tarter J Novln Garter J R truce W F Bbomaker Thomas Ferrlll Orcvii J errlll F J Conn tO First National Stanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000j ITbllllnsUtutlon was originally MUbllsheJ ithe Deposit tank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford III 1865 and aRtdn rvorganUeil at the First National flask of Stanford In 1181 having bad practically an unlnter ruptoJ ilit men for 43 It U better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well tban ever before In IU long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Corporation Solicited IIt NATIONAL CAPITAL STOCK 80000 Directors J Piston J R Owitey 8 II Shanks W O Walter Coo W Carter J II Foster L 0 Oooch WII Uutnmlns ilrlghtit II Shanks Successors to The Farmers Hank A Trust Company and under same SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneBclal W JUNoM8G crM 01 unlniproifd land lro count Ma mile from Station o sail or uebllp titIre alohaWcrroolorouWill No Nm41 farm 11en Smiles frost fcUn ford llouio ourfood rooms but porch and coolTtnnda tiooj lusts and other buildings la r Cutlidxadds ll bocvd a0enloculllralloD on sera la fruit lm net ID rasa lloaiblattomiulMloirrssaUat barjiln sal tao IA sold at barxiln to and church rriwmpwmrr LnJaJJolalsgsaldWriWaoJ lu Till In bl1taln No 5A term ol IU arm la ea y county Ky One and oDbIU slorr Uvelllnf with six noitii raj turn toil olh r outbuilding Blity acne la rulllfillon 45 rue In Umber fruit tree sic well on touaty rod cloy U cbunbts Kbooltte 1lc onlrlX No MiO arm ol coal ami llatrlstfcl II1-tJlaIVrr7counlvKvoolr p Vln Crack s tributary of Hi o Kentucky tnKourvtlrsofroal tarjlnf in tblrltofM Iron t irtt to six fwt IllTtriurtjrtbUlo Ik mouth d abotcr k A ralltoad Is HHTTM within ihrra sill it nut nisv lwe Iclot room tram r II p montb This prep arty Is la owl repair and tin he for tlul No 13lam ITS arm splendid blurjTSM land laIiJorolnrounly Twosiory J room stun a nasal aousM boo roaw forever SO bea l stock and all other nect mry outbuildings all In good rtulr CIOM to churrb school pslorSr railroad and In sood aNghlmhoal arm In rulllntlon rest In gun fluster etc This Is an deal country how u all foavnltnrrs on plar tale etc t ell wlrrtrl lIb II soar Sailing etc Irlce ranabl- NoBtoumotlaaJooemne from Somerset Kycutln ffrnflld Forty acrw cnltlra flea 40 arm In iturt bAn11I UniWr Dell Ins contains sto rooms Larn bam IDol all DM cmaryoulbulldinp Feomaodbelldlhqlampim did relr Well tltd 1tlcoJJKO No nICO acres of lsolin Ford milDly Xu railroad ant mllM rianus or of bulldln s ath onMwootyroad tmll from andand ollld- well unit two or thrr finiltlr tbat ICbt want to come tbmll neighborhood Price reasonable 6No pl Twostofy frame dwelling of all rooms Ylnlld 0 ehlatdoorand all other 0araesart outbuildings Also iris blarktmllb lboI 11010 Ib lull length ofhop and 10 ffetwlde This property will W sold el a very low price No 5A farm ol 122 arise tour miles from Wan ford on best In Ibs tountr will wderelarv fnc KOU dwelling frvota pike all outbuildings IrlndllS Mil cn m aDII 001 M minutes drlt from county seat Owner of nn Inn adjoining Ibis has recently refused IIJ iracre oflrthl atf 7M No Mliny acre oar Ileasant Point Ky Fran house 9 room and tiara and other outbuild Ings arm In tultlrallon rest In dm ber Well watered Soo yards from poitofflcKliuol and eburcbl lays 11011 and In com munity IrlcolfiflO No IJZW acre farm i mile of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelllon S rooms two tenant boron two Urns well end spring near dwelling land In high Iall of eutllalloo 180 atm river bailout land good fencing fruit etc Irlw H7JO an per No fA nice farm at IllchlinJ Ky will Imfrov eJ well watered etc rite roo 6tacis of land on Jamestown road south DunnvlllesooacreIneuluvatlnnabout if acres In timber nd rest In eras A large new turn dwell log clan an oU dwelling on place new bam snJ two old ones It Is wellwiltreJ and the fencing it good On public road Irlc 11001 Also u barrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Salt River Steam power new up todate In every partlcolar ann good dwell log with Improvements sn l20 acres of line land clone to Southern railroad Irlce tU 000 NoO seen of land near Junction Cf lyriit a3ehls211velneultlydton rut In 1tf1I- rOlin rebu1 Ibe 61 bar bun Kentucky rarty sold SMO pounds of crla last year watered and good Clos to Kbiol and ehurches A twoiliiry six room frame dwelling good barncribel all In good repair 50 Mao 11 acres of 1lorldn land In SInnn vlllo On radroad street through place leavings acres on one side with Sstory room house null oranget belches pears plums grapes all bearing und n acres n other side with 0 room ooontorv house oranges peaches puara plums grupiis Ixiir Ing for or the 0 acres for 91800 and the S acres for 11100 A llutlltt county Ky turn of 100 acre with good 3story homo metal roof burn water etc acres of timber that will make ties eaves barrel timber Orounil will grow wheat corn tobuccu etc only 2000 iMish Ilaco bsa 500 fruit trees 171 acres U mllu Ilardstowii Junction nullltt county ICy 120 acres cultivated balance In timber good three room bourn with hall new log barn smokehouse ondI house lino well good springs anti running water two orchards three room toimnt house Is ii beautiful farm and productive cheap for3SOO 2000ciiih liuluncti In ono two and lumen yours 122 micros three miles of Wllllsburg Wnsh Ington county Iy 110 ncra oulllvittcd acres timber wolf cUforn kprliipxGI orchard lN story six room frnmtf boun1 veranda collar horn crib wood boulII sinoUe house lion schoofon tliafarm This In a good farm worth thu mOJley21I00I 91290 cash baUnce ouu and years e r Officers J HOOKER rree4e8 T IlAiuiiK V Ires JJ MoUOHKUTS Ubr W WKAHKNAsstChr Directors V Reid Dane111er8 T J 8 tucker Stanford L Tanner McKlnney M II Rlmorn Stanford II llnughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Itoblnoon Hubble J II HauKhman Stanford J Iettus Stanford EJ Carter Stanford LINCOLN COUNTY BANK continuouslyforP3t Officers n SHANKS 1restdeat W M nitlOUT W O AMI OAlbllfij if Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company 1 Stanford Ky 011oakgoalsellarl0ThdNhogrcntbtllptmonth leAcountyiiicndThisIagooodoMccofinad 1 rynworks la kiuben sad lawlly roam load taro and all nerneary oatbulldlnrs 17aes welt fenced and to goad repair house Ikn toll tR0 and It thebo I MoMrarm ol acre in Casey count Tws story tram dwelling two good barns sad eta MIIlaollilldNo al Yuaorlbure la Oaary count new two story a room tram dwelllag and dwellloglnlalrra dltlon hams and otberooc building On rcxinty mdsplendidtobacco well watered two spring etc ibis la a d Afslrabl bout lrlw II tNo 1IIar of 73 atres near Wannburg Dwelling rood Urn etc Well watrra1 and ImlMlog In guuj repslr IrulucilT lime lions land laga rihtnrhuod cjo to atbool Dd on rood rood 1rI No IlSreanmaarm land Sever hilts sod utbolldlces In 1Mtilostotown WIIIIIII 4 en of I No 4 To liar tram dwelling 7 roomi ball and veranda lood girdeo fencing and hone la 1lclMooaaUI r f new la libln avo tsnts ofthre church school rosloOc and C depot 1repertv use on pits and county road anJ Is tba most dretrsbi tarn In that seeiloo Ws will sell lbs whole farm lor n 0u or la panels of not IMS Ibsn W aerie to suit purchaser This Is certainly cheap properly landin tIngs IIla yard splendid orchard ar l 2 serve IrlcaljnNollnlara aMir1 Central Kenlackv Heat taut Kx cbsng Till Ib No M Ninety arm of land near Way nesburg 1slrceidlnoalenNo ltIausesnd aa acres of land In cKlnioufalldlaf1a leering 1I3ftIered Nill Mil this plat on easy i terms No a2J acres of good land sit Toni two story dwelling well watered rood lenclng Is U Iba sulrtirtS of IhocllyolStaslon close totiraded school and rhuicbes TUls Is a dnirabl home fries rsaonsld No375room fnmcottgeand one arra e lint In KlngsTllIe Ky lops barn snick bout I urllrInNo 70Ten arm of lard two story front tot tag irn rooms hall etc Is new a good gsrden and splendid nrrbard ol acres fenclnt cool two ilsbln buftr bouse uuui bous ctc obdmIiSgue or Iralt vitaeJarcullsb1Papered and palnleil raoma and veranda each A on same lot used ajsllrery table flood 2100fmoneyloprletormonth On account of health of bis wlf sxchaugfor IIItltchDgarden frlc fxm landlocal325 acres In Allen county Kon rail road and pike about 30 acres cultivated about 121 In timber and grass and about In grass Timber on placu Is cut to Id Inche but will make barrel timber thing i lei tlvs and curd wood enough to pay for tho placo twice over A large part ed Thorn are tour dwellings of rooms each and one store of twoetorles with rooms above has well and springs of water Is In 2 miles of county seat and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc fur 2200 Oao half cash b countyKybuilt 8 years ago Steam water s ItIwanuptorural bolt Tho engine Is of 7 years runt 14 acres with the mill Including what ls with time muse of S room All tor 830 or 15 for the mill and K acres One half calhJllua fine trado No mill In 10 mllctouIUINjThervpportunlties for profitable Investment at the Mlssl Delta which K now fitly describe J1 pros peiily Valley Th limber Is becoming more valu reofltfromdiminishing are conmnlly Increasing their put tintbetJtcrefives a yield which cannot be excelled taxes are low she title Is perfect and the man alto buys Delta aria anJ timber UnJs at present prices Is making an In vestment that he will never regret land Is vided Inln tracts ranjlng from 40 acres to the tract it creIare aulliorlted by the company who owns these lands theFrcliateenoughforuooo acres of this land has been sou by the Com I prIculan V r J