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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 24 1905 3 PM NO9i I Odd Bits of Information s The first United 8tut mint was oe Ublihf In 179- 2Thondvflncu of clvlllzitlon li Oc crcailDR tbo number of prairie doge South Africa exports about 120000 000 worth of diamonds to London every i yearA lemploof fraternity will bo ono of tbo Nature of tbo Lewli sod Clark Centennial al Portland Ore Ibyilclaoi arc beginning to reco nha worry ai a dUeaie to bo jireicrlb od for like any other malady It appcari thai OBC are tent from Autrla to Ireland and thence to Fug land wboro they aro fold ai freib bleb eggs Daring the recent fOil In England a t drover lot a nock of cheep la tho- atreeti of Manctetor Tboy scattered lluHfruuwj St Cttlhi rlnoii llehlhoute Ilo of Wight Hit just been fitted with a nub of 16000000 candle pour rd iiIIlbt ono of 3 000000 Hfory Catholic church In Franco has usually just within IK doorwav a candle teller who ella candle for wor shipper to burn oo their sitars The Urltlib War onica has under t consideration a proposal for trying the plan of hootlne with both oye once t during tbe musketry training of ibis years The CathohM of Oret Britain tlnd that for the Url time eloco the Hefor inatloa their cburchoi chapel and na tion number over 2000 Tbo exact number I009V- acclnatmoa was made corapultorr In I the cltrot Madras In 1881 Before that data there were hundreds often thou and of deatbt a year Now the death rarolr exceed 10jrEATING f sTaloorWooIto At tbli Kiuon of the year ttiple arc already ihowlng the ejm itome that tie sure to result from the lIe ual Ialer diet Indeed life meat eating hearty food Jack of urclM oyorwork t sad roar ventilation ipo Icickneec nail poor health if the stomach cannot do IU work prop etj ill health la Bute to lollow Ml o the one medicine that aisurca a nit tJDilldigestion t 41 strengthens the IIIIDI that toolhca and heals all Irritation congestion and Inllammatlon in the itom ach or bowel It li this that makes It a certain and guaranteed euro for all Horn IIIhnponrhbed pohoaou Impurities dcranilog the co lire eyitem and causing sickness and auf MIo na acting upon the atom aleepitMTtElache and general neekncea and you ate weak and ailing tbe chance are that It li due to a dlMutd stomach hut you can he cured by using Mio na Ask Penny the reliable druggist to show r yon the Btrborf guarantee under which MIO on is told Mlon cote but 60c e ibol If U doc not help you the price is nothing t la answer to an advertUemeni for t somebody tQ tatco charge of a cburch choir nod play the organ the following reply was received Sir I noticed your advertisement for an organist and music teacher either lady or gentleman Baying been both several year I offer you m- ynnlcciIrld Bits John Jordleoo posttnaite11 at Coal vllle Iowa has written out hla rcilg nation time without number In tho list six yean but without avail No oto olio will have tte office and the In oumberu under tbo law In compolle- dI remain until a new postmaster li I found- pp The populace stood aghast the now governor crazy they queried Why all this turmoil Ob tbo newlylnetalled otllclal Lad actually kept a preelection promise McFIub What ore you mad bl Bit 4 kilos abou- tSlecthBe tried to Insult me yester day McFlub Whatd bo do Addreee you at Senator Love Affair End In Marriage Tho now thought damsel perused this headline with a shudder What a terrible end for a love af fair murmured eho Mlsa Snowllake What did Jim Jack son git married for Mill Washtub Lawd only knows bo keeps on working Iuck 1Anagreeable movement of tho bowels without any unpleasant effect ie produced by Cbamberlalni Stomach and Liver Tablet For Bale br all druggists J JCbarle8 H Houseman cashier of tho Savings Bank at Columbus It O committed suicide ut his home- S S rt LAND STOCK CROPS ETC JC Robinson bought of I O Drown four brood nwt at Sit Tho farmers have put In several days plowing tho lust week P O Minor of Owen county sold In Lcxlugion two pair of mules for 1800 In a Ore al Si Louis 100 mule and de 1Thobought 132000 pounds of tobacco raised In Fayctie paying an average of Hi centsIn Clark J J Jones sold 8000 Ibs of tobacco raised on four acres at 111 per hundred and 125 premium This li 1220 25 per acre A post mortem on a cow which died near Lexington disclosed the presence In her stomach of 18 Inches of wire 21 nail and a snake When raising sheep for mutton se loot tbe breed which grow rudldly and mature early rather than those wblch produce u heavy lltere of wool Flva hundred tobacco growers of Ocodurpoa count pledged 2275800 pound of their 1001 crop to the Burls Tobacco Growers Asioolatloa Exports of wheat from the United States for tbe II months ended Nov 30 1001 amounted to 122lb701 bushels as compared with 03017 IfxJ bushel for the corresponding months of a year agoThe largest silo of tobacco mado thus year of tbo 1001 crop was when J N mIke purchased for the Continental 100000 pound from Geo G and JC Bamllioo of FUt Creek Montgomery county The price paid was 13 and 16 cents Clell Coleman has returned from Chi cago where bo bought 1000 head of cattle at from 12 25 to ll 50 per hun dred lie ties placed 600 of them on slop at Thompson distillery hero and the remaining 600 shipped to a Frank fort dUtlllerv Harrodsbarg Demo cratThe approximate atsiessed valuation of property lo all tbe Southern States at tbo beginning of lOCki was reported bv the Manufacturers Record to bo moreltban1280000 a year The total value of last year cotton crop Is placed at 1505000 000 NegotlailODft were practically com pleted by the representatives of the Burley Tobacco Growers Company and Eastern capltallils for the control of the Burley tobacco market By the terms of the agreement reached In Cin cinnati the Eastern agents promise to secure 110000000 with which to buy up all the Burley tobacco raised In 1004 and now contracted for provided the Tobacco Growers Company secures bv February 1st contracts for 10000000 additional pounds THE DONT CARE NEGRO Nebor mln whutt In yo craoum So yo collars high an true Nebcr mln wjyii1 In yp pjqkot So de buckles on yo moo Neber ma who keep yo company So he half up wbut hes tuk Neber mln whut way you1 gwlno So yoa gwlne erway frum wuk Neber mln de races trouble So vo protlt by dem all Neber mln you lenders ntumblln1 So yo hep ter mek delL fall Neber mln whuta true lermorrcr So TO lib er dreamier day Nebcr role wbut tax li lebled So hit not on crap er play Nober role bow hard TO labern So yo doc bit to do en1 Dat de Jcdgo Is boun to ion yo And yo record to de pOD Nebcr mln yo manhood rii ln So yo bib er way ter stay it Neber rain folk good opinion So yo hab er way ter slay It Nober mln mans why and wharfo So de worll big and roun Neber min wbar next yos gwlooter So yoa six foot under groun Cured His Mother of Rheumatism My mother has been a sutlerer many years from rheumatism says 1 IL lloward of Ilueband 1enntylva nIl At times she was unable to move at all while at all times walking wan painful I presented her with a bottle of Ohamberlaina Pain Balm and after a applications she decided It was thq wonderful pain rollevershe had ever tried In fact she is never without It now ands at all times able to walk Au occa sional application of Pain Balm keeps sway the pain that she was formerly trou ned with For sale by all Druggists youINot half a offensive as u dying cigar answered the femtnlno caller Kcop It going please r William Dlxler la dead at Uarrods burji NEWS NOTES Count Jullu Sztpary former Premier of DtiDgarr le dead bovlng W Gaines has bought the plant of tbo Gutbrio Courier t A movement to combine tbo Loxlng ton Elk Fair with the State Fair Icon foot Tbo Ohio Basket Ball champions de fated both of the college team at Lex logton It F Ferguson bead delivery clerk of the L N al Nashville committed suicide It U laid that there are 18550 sick and wounded Uuttlan eoldlora at Port ArthurGov Beckbam has fixed Feb 17 aa the date of the execution of Hoy Green at Owensboro Four Americans and a Mexican wero ambushed and killed by Indians near Cobucbl Mex An early morning flro at Fort Worth Texas damagrrt or destroyed property valued al 105000 The condition of Gen Lew Wallace alCrawfordavlllo led has taken a turn for the worre Tno Uoodenon Common Council has adopted an ordinance prohibiting spit ting In street care Because she could not corquer the cigarette habit Mrs Sadie Thompson of Chicago committed suicide Three Italian ragprckera were burn ed to death InaQrdwblcb destroyed the Harlem hovel In which they lived Sborl In his accounts thousands of dollar Mike Furlong collector for the Lexington Brewery has disappeared Evans Thomas who played a pried cal Joko on his friend Cbarllo Bell near Jooeivllle La was shot and killedDr S B Deck with who wee Preil dent Garfield family physician at the time of the Executives aiiaiilnalloo is dead Antony Miller a Cincinnati cigar maker made suicide sure by blowing out bill brain after taking two ounces of Paris green Nearly 1000000 barrel of oil were produced In the KeniuekyTenneaiee Held during the year IDOL nearly twice the output of tbe previous year Delegate Randall of Wyoming wbo charged President Mitchell with hay log told out tbe Colorado miner was expelled from the United Mine Work erThe National Convention of the United Mine Workers of America adopted a resolution forbidding membership to saloonkeeper owners of saloons or bar keepers Dy a decision given by Judge Shack olford Miller the defunct Kventng PoI Company mutt pay the feel duo tbe lawyers who represented tbe W N Haldeman heir and the receiver la the recent litigation The indications arc that there will be no strike on the Pennsylvania rail road The conferences between Gen eral Manager Aiicrbury and the trainmen arc being continued lo a friendly spirit at Philadelphia Tbo National IndcpeodentTelephone Association of America and the Interstate Tclcpbono Association of Amerl ca consolidated interests In a company to be known as the National Interstate Telephone Association The victims of the Negro Plersalli assaults ai Lexington are reported to be recovering A special grand jury was Impaneled yesterday to Investigate the charges agatnel tbe Negro and It la believed that be wilt be given a spec dy trial Porter Smith an Insurance agent at Paris la missing and be la alleged to be ibort In his acpounU several thous and dollar Check to the amount of 127000 given by him to several Incur ance companle have been protected at the Paris bank The upper portion of Campbell county Including Alexandria la experleoc log un epidemic of tonallltla At the county scat wore than tws third of the population arc uttering from the dl cease Two physicians after laboring heroically with their patients are also experiments made by Dr Xa- vIer Corot tbo celebrated French spa dlscovoryrcure aria Prescription has resulted In an tonishing number of cures of victims the drink habit many of whom bavo been habitual drunkards for years RemedytIn my opinion Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the best made for colds says Mrs Core Walker of Portorvlllc Cal There U no doubt about lie being the beet No oilier will cure a cold so quickly Nootheris squro a preventiveot pneumonia No outer is ao pleasant and cafe to take These are good reasons why It should ho preferred to any other The fact la that few people are satisfied with any otboraftcr having once used this remedy For sale by all Druggists d MR ELLERSON PADGETT Ono of Waynetburg oldest and most highly respected citizens died Jan 17th Uo was born near this place Feb 15 1820 his parents having moved to thle county from Louisa county Va four year provlou to his birth With tbe exception of tbreo years from 1842 to 1845 spent lo St Louie he bad lived his long life In thus vicinity In 1810 he married the widow Leach who wise I Min Emily A Goocb and four child ren were born to them only ono of whom Mr R D Padgett of this place survives with wbom tbe old gentleman had lived since the death of his wife In 1800 In politics he was a true demo crat never having scratched a ticket In all his long life Uo wa elected and served throe years as constable and 12 year as magistrate and during that time be married CO couple and bad the reputation of making ono of the best magistrate this district ever had During bla early life be was a schoolteacher afterward maklLg farming his occupation except few years in tbe merchandise bualneae at Wavnet burg and Eubank Do was never a member of any church although lo all his dealings and In hla life be Will always honorable and just and lived a life that would have been an honor to any church Ho was loved and respect ed by all who knew him Ha was laid to ret In Wayneiburg cemetery bv the side of hie wife whom be bad married lust 50 year before lo a day who bad preceded him to the grave eight year Funeral service by Rev W R Da vidson M G REYNOLDS Wane burl Kv IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES R H C Mitchell ot Boyle has been taking the Danville Advocate eluca 1865 Cap J B Deyerle died ai his home In Mlddleaboro lilt Tuesday of heart troubleWill Cooper a C ft 0 brakeman was accidentally shot and killed by bis friend Charles Ware at Lexington State Custodian W M Lyons of Jei amlno county suffered a stroke of par alysis at Frankfort His entire right tide la affected and his friends are un easy about his condition Col It M Jackson for many yenta cashier of the First National Bank of London has resigned and McCalla Fitzgerald elected In hi stead Mr Jackson was mado president John White tbe negro who shot and killed Policeman John Burns and Brakemen Jesse Sharp In the gallery of the Princes Theatre on the night ot Feb Cth last was tried In the circuit court at Plnevlllo and acquitted Ten new wells were brougbtln In the Kentucky oil field the past week alxo which werb in Wayne county All o them wero fair producer Owing to tbo low price of the crude product drill lag operations have received something of a setback U G Baker has bought of Fritz Krueger tbe brick store room adjoin log his property This la a very Im portant deal for Mt Vernon as the roo suit of It will be a department etoreby Mr Baker and tho erection of another brick business house by Mr Krueger Mt Vernon Signal E Lenklrk ot Reynohhvllle Pat was In Laurel last week with tho IE teo lon of Interesting tbe peoplo of London and Laurel county In establish log a large brick and tile factory at rEast Bcrnaiadt with a capital stock of 1150000 or this stock 1100000 will be subscribed by tbo Pennsylvania capl tallata and the other 150000 Mr Len kirk deslrea o bo taken up In Ken tucky and 128000 basal ready been sub scribed by clllzena of Laurel county A defective engine boiler exploded at the sawmill ol Mr GodbVi near Bercctta In the western part of Pulas kl county Two operators Woodion Dalton and Milton Roberts were kill ed John Carver seriously Injured and Tom Norfloet und Charles Gaston badly scalded and otherwise Injured Dal tons head was blown off and Into frag meets Portions of the boiler wore found 75 yards away Tbe men klllet were wellknown olllzeoe of Pulaakl county bltiiIiJiiIi i uun f Winters Blastsj iILose their terror if you are fortified in one of our Good Overcoats Everything to Keep You Warm Underwear Gloves Gaps Shoes Felt Boots e d4i Your money back if a you do not like it t INDIA RELISH Out of the celebrated IIKINK o7 VARIETIES An appe tizing sweet pickle relish excellent with meats cold or hot Its only fault It iO good as to be eaten extravagantly If you do not like it we will return full purchase price W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY i New Store Clearance Sale IrIn order to make room for our Spring stock which will be coming in hortlwe have decided to cut down the JHICES of our stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Caps r Ladies Cloaks Jackets Skirts and Ladies and Gents Furnishings To be appreciated you must see thq bar sins we are offering to you therefore we invite you to come see and bo convinced of the bargains we are offering Dont miss the opportunity of seeing our goods before you buy c18ewhereI nae SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank KYfBARGAINS lilt One good fccondImnd heating stove suitable for shopor store extra good hccontlliund Wrought Majestic Kange high shelf and copper reservoir J Iumps any price or any depth put intKoofiug Gut toting AVann Air Furnaces and all Kinds of Ucpair Work done promptly S H ALDRIDCE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky TO THE FARMERS It is necessary to have good fences to protect your crops So if you will call and eo3 us we can furnish you The American Fence the best woven fence on the market We have just received carload of this fence null will maketthe price suit Call and see us W E Perkins Crab OrchardKy n v f lg INTERIOR JOHHNAL i E C WALTON j WITH the Indulgence of our read ere we will In our next Issue give a few jottings oa our very del btrur trip it Atlanta which we have made loco our last paper was Issued The object of our trip was to be present at a reunion of our family tbe first In 28 years It i was a most enjoyable occasion and one tbat we will look book on as an ouls In our rather buev life GOV BECKHAM makes another cm vlnclng reply to Senator Blackburn which further proves him equal to any emergency that may arise Kentucky model executive Is as handy with the pen as a veteran newspaper man and when he dips Into vitriol the pen goes t the bottom r IT la predicted that by tbe year 2000 from 20D to 300 new foods will be at nans eorvlcceaya a selfstyled prophet If this Include breakfast foods a half dozen or more ciphers should be added POLITICAL J L Grlteom bas been appointed postmaster at Durnsldo CooKretstnan Edwards bas endorsed Sherman Cooper of Somerset for col lectorThe President decided to appoint Henry W Bennett as postmaster at Indianapolis Callfornlane are after the aalp of John W Yerkes because ha wants a tax on California brandy By a vote of over 121000 the consti tutional amendment directing tbe Leg islature to abolish the grand jury eye tern was adopted In Minnesota William J Bryan called atlhe White House and had a brief talk with Presi dent Roosevelt At the close of tbe lo tervlew Mr Bryan said their talk had been cordial and satisfactory Party lines have been drawn now In the tight which Is being made against the removal of the new Capitol and every republican In both houses of the General Assembly Is working hard to make tbe session a failure Advocates of a new site for the State capitol are confident of ultimate victory despite the vote Friday It Is point ed out that 2S members have been vot log contrary to the Doslttondeolared In their letters on file at Frankfort Gov Penoybackerln hIs message to the Pennsylvania Legislature recom mends tbat a law be passed for tbe sup pression of newspapers tbat are objec tionable and he U being severely crlt JcUed for It by men of all political par ties Gov Alva Adams of Colorado filed his answer to the allegations of former Gov Peabody Fraud la specifically charged In several counties and con eplracy between numerous corporations t and mine owners associations and the Republican State Central Committee Tbe rapid Increase lo tbe number of l Ignorant negroes In Indiana Is respon slble for the Introduction at Indian J apolis of a proposed constitutional amendment to require that all voter shall be registered and shall be able to read and write tbe English language Senator Smoot was put upon the wit ness stand In his own behalf In the Sen ate Be refuted the witnesses Intro duced against him In many Important particulars declared that be has never countenanced polygamy since It wee made unlawful In Utah and while be believes la It as a church tenet he also believes In the strict observance of tbe law He made a good Impression on tbe stand Representative Gilbert called at the White House and presented Judge Ben Dlsbman of Barbourvllle to President Roosevelt Mr Gilbert took occasion to tell tbe president tbat ho was right in his efforts to have the tariff revised and to give the Interstate Commerce Commission power to adjust freight rates In tact Mr President said Mr Gilbert you are making a very good democratic president so far as these Issues are concerned Tbe pres ident laughed and said he was delight ed to have tbe approval of members of CongressrWashInglon dispatch Senator James B McCreary will not return to Kentucky until after the pres eDt session of Congress adjourns Be IB one of tbe busiest men In the Ken tucky delegation and says there Is noth ing going on In the State to take him away from bis duties there Be has never thought tbat there would be an extra session of Congress In tbe Spring and has contended from tbe start tbat the republicans would never consent to a revision of the tariff so soon after s a presidential election Ho says If by ahf special session be believes It will be to consider railroad legislation and not the tariff The Kentucky Senators v view la doubtless correct The presi dent has bad all his Spring tariff revis ion Ideas knocked into smithereens by the stand patters In both houses However be Is urging the enactment of railroad rate legislation during this 1aeealoD and If he does not get it It will not be at all surprising If he should u take the bit ID his own mouth and tell Congress It had to there until it l came to his way of thinkingRicb mead Register c Here and There Mrs Odella Bllon a pioneer among the women physicians of Chicago Is dead John W Brookle a prominent farm er of Woodford county Is dead at tbo age of 70 Miss Annie Johnson 10 years old was shot and killed by her brother at Central City Tbe body of an unknown man was found In a trunk In tbo baggage room at Blaine Wash Tbe big paper house of Bonesteol fc Richardson at San Francisco has been destroyed by tire Tnere will bo no strike on the Penn svlvanla railroad tbo differences bav log been adjusted The widow of Dr Emmett Perdue of Richmond Vlo la under arrest charged with his murder Mrs Marta Gregory the estimable mother of County Judge Gregory of Louisville Is dead of paralysis Otto Zimmerman chef In a a big liar lem restaurant is dead from bloodpoi eon caused bv a lobstor pinch Retail grocers are gathering at Cin cinnati for the eighth annnal conven tlon of tbe National Association Charles Cook one of tbo most promo nent citizens of Mayevllle died alter an Illness of only three days of typhoid feverA bell boy was arrested at Pasadena Cal on the charge of hay log stolen 135000 worth of diamonds rbra a guest Mrs Marv Scanlon of Chicago was fatally stabbed and Michael OBarrett said to have dono It cut his own throat when arrested The arrival at San Francisco of the first cargo of 15000 bags of sugar from Honolulu caused a drop of 10 cents In the market price of beet sugar Sickness has stricken leaders of Dow los Zion tbe prophet apostle him self being the victim of a stomach trouble which has become practically chronic After making a request on the scat fold to please hurry things along John Johnson colored was hanged at Chicago His crime was the killing of a policeman Charles Tuxborn a farmer of McPherson Kas killed his two sons aged six and 10 years respectlvly burned his house and barn with all of the contents and shot and killed him self Garfield county Cal contributed 270000 worth of potatoes to the agri cultural wealth of the Centennial State for 1004 Fifteen hundred carloads Is the estimate of the potato crop for tbat countyHenry Saunders oue of the wounded men In the Elkhorn creek fight which occurred Friday Is dead of his wound A man named Run j an the only surviv or now refuses to relate tbe details of the shooting- S S Rootb a Chicago millionaire who recently distributed a million dollar among Chicago relatives la mak log another distribution of a like sum lo order be says to avoid litigation af ter his death- Diamonds and other jewelry to the value of 35000 belonging to Mrs W D Edv wile of a prominent member of the New York Stock Exchange have been stolen from a room In tbe Hotel Maryland at Pasadena Cal Tbe lawtbldlng Negroes of Lexing ton held an Indignation meeting and denounced In strong terms the fiend James Plersall who assaulted two white women and probably fatally shot tbe husband of one of bis victims Young Frank Croker of New York son of tbe former leader of Tammany Hall Is dead of Injuries received In an automobile accident It Is said that hia machine was running at tbe rate of a mile In 40 seconds at the time of the ac cident The Kentucky Railroad Commission has handed down a decision In which it holds an advance of 30 cents a ton in rates on coal from mines between Ash land and Denton declared by the Ash land Coal and Iron Railroad Co to be extortionateFour were killed and four others were Injured two of them per haps fatally In a head end collision between freight trains on the Louis ville and Nashville near Shawanee Teen about ten miles from Middles boro Sunday Mrs Charles Wagoner and Mrs R L Jones Lexington women were crim inally assaulted by a Negro and Chas Wagoner was probably fatally wound ed In an effort to save his wife John Plertall was arrested a few hours later and was positively Identified by Mrs Jones as her assailant He was hurried to the Jefferson county jail from Lex ington where a mob bud formed with the fixed purpose of hanging him Tbe climax In tbe strike situation at St Petersburg came Sunday when the strikers undertook to carry out their program of marching to the Winter Palace to petition the emperor for a re dress of their grievances The crowd grew so large that the soldiers undertook to disperse It The strikers otTer ed resistance and a volley was tired in to them and more than 100 persona were killed Including women and children Conflicts of minor Impor tance occurred In other parts of tbe city and It Is estimated that 500 people were killed or wounded during the days fighting KINGSVILLE The Klngsville Christian church bat called Eld Hurd to preach one Sunday of each month Ho It true Fulton Mo and ls attendldg Lexing ton Ulblo College tie comes highly recommended by Eld C E Powell and seems to be altogether worthy of Bro Powells good opinion Mr W L McCarty has received a letter from EllS U K Berry stating that as soon iiI his health will permit he will come to Kinitnvllle and bold a pro trained meeting Bro Berry U ox ceedingly popular hero and all will regret very much to learn his health Is su Impaired us to necessitate his lengthy sojourn at ton eprlnll Miss Dora Rlgney will go to Mc Kinney fur a few days visit to her grandmother Mrs Dnyid un Mr W R uumpbell of Lexington was hero a few days since IIII Alien Burton and vlr El Guoch drove to Stanton Saturday where they were married She la u very pretty girl and as good us sou is pretty while the groom who Is a young conductor on tbe C S Is n good looking and reliable young mao and both have tbe best wishes of their many friends After a trip to Chattanooga theywill make their home In Somerset There are ruxora of another wedding to take place hero soon The groom elect la a C S brakeman who will soon be promoted MCKINNEY The now bank Is uulng well In the beginning and is qulto a convenience to the people to tile community Mr Uarrlson tbo Cashier Is rapidly male log friends hero We deeply feel tbo loss of Mrs Dudderar wbo was taken from us by death She wee a splendid Christian women and loved by all who knew her The family bavo our deepest sympathy Miss Ellie Sandldge Is on the sick list Miss Motile Walden le visiting her cousin Mies Eadt near Stanford Mlaa OlgaGann who bas been visiting Mla Lizzie Beck left for her home In Jamestown Monday Misses Mary Jenkins and Katberlne Hood of Junction City visited Miss Leonora Little Mr James Davis and pretty bride have returned from their tour to Birmingham Chattanooga and other points After a short visit at her home they will go to Decatur III much to the regret of their many friends here Miss Anna Dayton Is In Somerset clerking for Mr Stesslnger Miss Llzzlo Beck entertained a few friends at flinch Friday evening In honor of her visitor Miss Gann De lightful refreshments were served at the proper hour All that were prep ent report a good time Pointed Paragraph- Most of the tree advice we get Isnt worth the price Toe poor may be always with us but the miter Is cloeer It la easier to return compliment than borrowed umbrelUa Water cannot extinguish a mens burning desire for liquor Many a young mans most pressing engagement la with his best girl The more worthless a man Is the easier It la for some woman to marry him Egotists think they are tbo real things and all others are counterfeits In u woman novel the principal in gredients are love money and matrl monyA restaurant patron says you will not be well fed unless tbe waiter It well fed- Some singers would never get a hearing If they were not member of a vol unteer church choir Our Idea of a truly great than is one tbat can draw people more than five miles to attend bis funeral Of course you realize tbat It Is every mans foremost duty to do unto you as be would haye you do unto him Our first President probably never abot a mountain lion but what he dido the British lion was amply sufficient Chicago News- MIDDLEBURG Rev Roundtree preached at the Methodist church Sunday School at the M N O is still grow Ing In Interest and number Aunt Betsy Tlnsley celebrated her 78th birthday Thursday Her children end near relatives surprised her by taking her dinner and presents and all spending tbe day with her Miss Annie Sharp U visiting her brotber Spurlln Sharpthle week Mrs Betsy Frederick la on the sick list Mrs Clarence Coleman went to Burn side Saturday Miss Ethel GlITord has returned home from Dye where she bas been visiting bersUter Miss Vada GIITurd Having settled the lust of bis Christ flee bills Mr Ferguson was sleeping the sleep of a man with nothlngto tear Mrs Ferguson shook him violently Wake up George she exclaimed Theres a burglar In the boueel lean hear him moving around In tbe base ment Ask him If hell be kind enough to put some coal In the furnace before heroes out will YOI11elud George corn posing himself to steep again Josephdo PAR1tE MAIN BALSAM Clniura and tntin i tit tub t OraylItalrt1nerpt eieJlAdrldttog Jack and Stallion Sale Wo will hold our it Jack and stallion sale at Union Block Yards Lexington tho third week In February following tho TIlt tcrtall silos Write tu for entry J P COOK k OO Lexington Ky A S PRICK SurOIiI itanford KJ msur UeUotMiuDrus Slow In tai halllaadtng a R t1 JONES UNI Stanford stay Ofllco In Mycra llouio Parlor Phone 01 E Da Peytonf DKALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J H iOONE i CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable IUU Okll on ni on Depot Street Alto Dealers to Goal NEW LIVERY STABLE s W Dt1nXE A SSN Prore JUNCTION CITY KY irirstOlass Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men drain and Hay For Sain COAL AND FEED We deal in best brands of coal and all kinds of feed Kindly favor ui with your orders Phone 118 HCCK Dnos- Howltcd Ky Pruitt Brothers Undortakors Llvory FurnH turo New Goods Just Received Call und sec them- PRUITT BROS Moreland Ky EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In the Tailoring business all my life I feel confident In saying 1 represent one of tbo best tailoring firms in the country With my experience in taking measures and dlrectons give your clothes are hound to be satisfactory at mj many patrons in this line will hear me out prince are tbe same u inex erlenced men arc In the business I also have a nice lIno of fancy cheviot end other suiting I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Thank- Ing you for past favors I am yours II CROPLEY the Tailor Valuable Property For Sale teeTen acre of land front 7 room cottage The hones is now A ipleu did garden orchard There U a large mill on the a good crusher nod the dam Is In good repair and tho natural power It economy In running the mill Doello splendid business Everything It la good repair haa ell necessary outbulld tog The owners only reason for selling Is the ruth of other business as he ban ex tcnilvo farming Interest to look after This property U on the Hangirc Fork about miles from Stanford and can bo bought at a bargain For further particulars ad dress 0 Thurmond Lylle ICy or L U Hughes Stanford Ky FOR SALE OR RENT Highly Improvplelockfarm of elAacrealn the county Ky situated on the Ml Sterling and Winchester turnpike being about coven toilet from Win chester about the tatno from Mt Ster ling Ky Oan be divided Into four farms follows One of 80 acre with good house of five room and new tobacco burn One of 100 acres adjoining the above with house of four rooms and large tobacco burn One of 180 acre with large dwelling of eight rooms all necessary outbuildings three barns and two tenant homes One of 315 acres with two houses two burnt and outbuildings Forpurtlculars address J 0 BJOBFE Winchester ICy Start the New Year by taking the In terior Journal lostIThe cliniieo of a life time Do trot miss it Wo urn olloriug you the Range over sliown in this city Five year lire bock always oold over doors thandle The host can hu Call ant sec It in I ducements for f0 tinyiGEORGE If FAI2RIS CO Stanford Ky to ijot Water Bottles At Pen s Drug- Store rAt this eottlti m ofjacially nothing will give moro comfort to nil old or sick permit than a good Hot Water llottlo Wo con furnish yon n 11001 osi two quart size at SI 81or 8111 Get one and you will wonder how you ever did without it PENNYS DRUG STORE StanfordKy As n starter on January 1105 we will illnllfrate the grea- testCLEARANCE SALE te- r fr In every Department this and adjoining counties ever t given Seo small The Chase Wheeler iIIEmPO umt HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY r Queen Crescent RouteiSHORTEST LINE ANDJQUICKEST SCHEDULESIIItTWUN Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Texas Points INFORMATION D N Al KilN Tray Pnssr AK 8911 Main St Lexington Ky W A lARRnrr ion Mgr W C RINBARSON flea Pass Alot CINCINNATI aI i The last resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable Monument J Let it be of exclusive and artistic design the best material and of perfect workman ship We carry the largest stock of Monu ments Markers and Tablets of Marble and l Granite in Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS A SON Lexington Ky yys y w fi CENTS4 splendid value in n yarl wide blench cotton regular IIHCO GJc 12J CFNTS For a real sheer nainsookus good as you usually sec at 15 tQnta Oilier grades up to 25c C and 10 CENTS At above prices wo show i5 different patterns in Hamburg Edgings mill Insertions 2 to Much deep 10 CENTS5now Spring 1005 Patterns in Zephyr ngimncol firs fast Some special styles nUll colors for mens shirts and boys waists 7A CgNlSPor ti fine long cloth finish ynrd wide bleach cotton usual ly Bold for lie 5 CJ NISA yard for choice of n beautiful line of Torechon Lncou and 1 Insertions not tho usual cheap Htull sold at this price but patterns that would bring IOc z BTANTOIID KY JAN 21 tun 1KNNY 8 rinm ol Violet with Cu cumber Jolly and Wiinh Hazel U do Illtbilully perlumrd with violets po f lestlntr such qualities will oool heal and soolbo rise sklti This lotion con tarns nothing sticky or anything to blcaab or destroy the complexion AI I to very useful after sbavlnir Price 25 send n hn ta Pennys Drug Store t Stanford Ky PERSONALS LouUvlllo I Mil AL O IlUJKMAN of thIs office Is dowo with Ilrlp MRS MARY J MILLBU continue It a very critical condition MKS fl C HAUUUMAN of tno Wen Had U considerably Improved OSCAR UCWMAN sad wife of Dan yule are visiting relatives bero MISS MAlt WALDKN of McKlnnoy Is tho guest of Mit s Roberta Ead- MR iw W I WIUJAMB ol Lancaster tho mountain train bero today COLEMAN of Viva spent with hi homefolk here fMKKST McCLAltY wee In Huiloc vllle Sunday and yetterdar with friends MRS M C SAUKLKY Is visiting bet daughter tIra S n Logan at WIN more WILLIAM WALLACB of the guest of Mrs Adella J B HONAKBH of Uunonvilio business caller at this olllce yes FLORKNCB TANNER of MoKIn nay wee to town yesterday on a bop 9pine trip IToy M SAUNKY of the Lex t ington Herald was bero Sunday and yesterday MR JOHN w MILLBR of Uncas tor was bore Saturday returning from 1 Louisville Miss FKANCBS ADAMS of Uustoo vllle was the guest of the family of G I P Urlnhi Mils II D ORKOOUY and little daughter have returned to tbelr borne atCovlngton t W UrN WBAHBN who Is traveling tor tbo Fisher Carriage Co Is at home for a few day MR H D CAMlliKLL and family of Crab Orchard were with Mr and Mr J P Cummin TUB aged Mr Samuel Oardln of v Crab Orchard fell the other dy and severely burl hlmielf MRS S M ALLEN sod children of Mlllersburg are with her parents Mr sod Mrs E P Wood t MRS RICHARD Conn of Doyle has Issued card for tomorrow afternoon to meet Mrs William Pbolus Cobb MILTON B LORD of Louisville with her dater Mn Bessie Saunders who bu been quite sick MRS 8 A NORHI8 wbo has been visiting friend In Lancaster now at t home with ber daughter Mn D U A McLORB of Crab Or cbard returned to CooHsvllle III with her son Mr II D McClure end will and fam through J yesterday en route to where they will reside In the future SIR KNIGHTS SAM OWBNB and JdI r Tanner of McKlnnev wore here last night to attend the meeting of Ryan Coraraaodery No 17 Danville Newg TUB editor with bis sister Mre Km ma Vaughan ol Richmond Vs aode rhie brother Mr W P Walton of Lexington spent several dayb In a reunion with their brother Mr T U k Walton at Atlanta Miss RATHKHINK WAKRKN of StanJ t ford who bee been a compositor In thllI j olllce since last May resigned her po sltlon and left for homo Monday Sho hae tbo beet wishes of this olllco which commends her as a lady of Intelligence and goodness with splendid social qual ILlel aDd an accurate Now LOCALS FQR SALKA clean fresh stock of Dry Goods and a nice realdenceln Stanford Ky John P Jonos POULTRY WANTED Will pay Ho for good iurkoyi 7lo for chickens H B tforlbcutt Stanford Kv r A ODOO plow OIIr for 7oo J O Meclary J HOUND forrwnt pomp corn psiuru Nanoy Vandoveer Two eonod hbuo job protsca for sale Write this nlllco fur particular IT In Corbln and not Mlddlosboro that Mr start Woodsou of tale place i will open an upuvdato gouts furnish log stare In GKT your buoY dtrrlage und wagon repaired by Aldrldgo 25 years experi core Uoreo shoolnc by George San dusky All work guaranteed U D Aldrldgo IN the pollen court Tim UlggCns co ored wee fined IS and cut fur drunk enno Biid llonry Klddcau btlt fortlu end coot for drunk und disorderly con duct lOOOUO floe Skunk skin and other fur at extremely high price Addres A K Uurkhardt In ternational Fur Merchant Cincinnati Ohio TlIK olerk of the Boyle county court ought to como over here nod see work done While be wan recording deed our elllclenl clerk alesG U Cooper recorded 211 FOR SALTA desirable residence adjoining the property of Caldwell Fe male College In Danville A rare bar gain For term cell on or address S W Mcnefoo Danville Ky moods Silverware and Jewelry sold on small per coot Olllce at residence 0 Laicaster street Ilobt Fenzel IN speaking of recent purchase of the Frankfort Jour oat the Danvlllo Now says This will Insure Frankfort an up to date lad wldcawako dally newspaper Toe plant will be greatly enlarged TUB county committee hr been call ed to meet hero Thursday to try the coolest between Moura T J ElitlSr cud Ovorge W DeUurd arUIng from the race for the democratic nomination for tberllT at the December primary A WASHINOTON dispatch aye that Harry Glovannoll private ecelary to CommUslooer John W Ycrkes may return to Danville and reenter the newspaper held Mr G was formerly connected with the Advocate and always wielded a ready pen TUB Grand Leader Is no more The nook U being packed by Mr S U Le vy who will take and whore we lnccrely hope bo will do a good buslnes fie le au exceedingly clever men and deserving of liberal patronage In bis new home TUB entertainmentInthe Graded Sbool Auditorium on Friday evening promise to be one of the bet ever give en there The planolst MUses Mary Biggin and Mary Mcltobert bueI prepared some beautiful number In Moizkouskl Germany and the An dent Movement from Mozart Fourth Sonata tboy will be aisUled by Mis Dallou at the organ TUB opening of the Weaiberford Hotel at Uustonvllle will take place on tho evening of the 28th to which everybody Is Invited Some misunder standing having arisen over the card of announcement the proprietor Mr George D Wcatberford aeke ue to stile that all of his friend aro cordially Invited and expected whether they received bin card or not TUB Contra Ky Real Estate Exchange ik Title Co bee for sale two tracts of land lying to the Southern loud of Lincoln county near Southern railway One tract conlt of US acres other live notes The owner of this property lives at a distance and we aro t lntrucled lo tell It privately It must go The boat bid got It For further particular sea or addreL R Hughes Stanford Miss FRANCES ADAMS of Huston vlllo ba Just oloted one of the most eucceeeful schools at Whites Chapel sear Crab Orchard that tae over been taught In the county The censu show that there are In that district 68 children of tho school ago Of thle number M were enrolled during the terra with an average dally attendance of 34 The patron end pupils of the school aro greatly pleased with Miss Adams i tlLAIO r Strong BiddersforJ- anuary Purchases t LOST A bleak nod preen lap rah a between town and ortnmery J 0 Mo FOIt SALE51y collude ID Oral Orchard Five room hall outbuild toes Everything pew H D Campbell AFTflit several our cold dope It 6 unto mow shunt 7 oclock true morn log and a thick coat of tho beuuilful n jw doves motber earth LON LAKUK woo aa b dly Injured la the freight wreck at Sbowuoce icon was well known hero lio lived at Rowland fur a number ol year THE money made at the entertain m m given Uv tne macro d psrtmcDto use Graded School wilt be spent to ad anaC the lotereia of that department end reported to the trustees 10 and llio tteeerved teat 25 en 1lon talc at MoFoberu drug store On andhis pupil Ml Heats Jean Peony will whistle together at the recital Friday evening Mies Polly Traylor will recite Dill In Trouble Mitt Nell Warren WH elng eomo favorite sNlectloae Mrs B Cook Mre H L Dvloo aDd MeuM T D Hooey sad J C McClary will render lorao beautiful quartettes QCEKll CLOCK Joha U tangle man hen a clock at hilt homo that li at tracting n good deal of attention by to i uonaccouotablo freaks During tbe dry U keep perfect time but about 8 oclock each night It stops short ap patently noer to run agora until placed flat upon lu beak Every effort an po Ulon after nightfall but all without Mall Tilt olectnc railway between this city anti Hurgln at an early date now teem a certainty sops a fiarrodiburg dispatch Tbe Columbia and Lebanon Interurban railway of which W K Azblll Is president hat already perfected arrangements where by Pattern capitalist are to furnish the money for the enterprise The proposed line U to run from Uurgln to narrodsburjr thence o Sprtngdeld end to Lebanon from there to Columbia and from tbatpolnt to Creclsboro on to the Cumberland AFFIRM BO The court of appeals In an opinion by Judge Settle affirmed the Lincoln circuit court In the case of Hi ram Denbaro ye the Commonwealth Denbam wa sentenced to three year1 Imprisonment on a charge of assaultlne and robbing C H VanArsdale the In dictment being for striking and wounding with latent to kill The ape peal was taken alleging that It was In competent to Introduce evidence show log the result of trailing by blood hounds The court bold the evidence was eo fully sustained and corroborated by other testimony ae to the result of the service of the doge It was prope- and competent Jobann floch who has had 13 wives In 10 years Is wanted by Chicago po llco John L Lunsford of Parkavllle and Miss Susan Scanlan of Junction City wore married at Barrodsburg r The following nominations for coun ty olllce were made by the Wayne county democrats Judge T A Wallace Attorney E T Sanders Clerk L A Riinkln Sheriff Wm McCooa ghy Jailor T S Penney Assessor 0 Correll The special grand jury at Lexington returned eleven Indictments against too Negro James Plersall who was brought from Lexington to the Louis yllle jail for safekeeping It la expected that the Senate will lo his week transform Itself Into a court of Justice for the trial of the Impeach moot cbar Swayne of There n which nothing but horseflesh Is sold Tbo Indiana Senato killed a bill prc nia Railroad la now 1202000000 The deadlock In the Missouri Legis nture still continues Judge John Smith a ed at aged W 8 T CHURCH MATTERS Kid J O Livingston will preach at PIPIe Grove Rt 11 A M Sunday Prayer meeting at the Prafbyterlan Church tomorrow Wednesday evening will begin at f30 oolnck A new Methodist church near Pitt draw Carnegie were by Kentucky will bo entitled to 21 dele gates to tbe International Sunday School convention at Toronto June 23 27 Providence church non of the oldest worshipping places lo Doyle rnunt sold at commissioners tale to W W Yeagor for 1530 a decision of tbo Hancock circuit 1court a minority of the congregation of the Hnweevlllo BaplUt cburcb tare to be given possession of the cbufcb pros have departed from the practice of the founders as to close communion Tbo B ptlft church ol this city In recognition of the splendid services of Its pastor Rev G W Shepherd has decided to send him abroad In July al- It repreenuilve to the World Con f rrece of Baptists to be held In Lone don In July Richmond Register Rev frank T Fitch of Marshall Texas will In u few weeks assume the presidency ol Asbury College the well known Wllmore school Rev J W Hughes who has occupied this position slave the college was founded will take charge of the Theological department Judging from tbe Immense coogrega tlon which assembled at tbe Baptist Church lust night to hear Dg Blnltt who Is conducting the preparatory services that are to lead lip to the union meetings which will begin on Tuc evening theca services will be of dayI spread Interest At least 800 people were In attendance last evening and after the beginning of the meetings the question that will likely be the most dllllcult to solve win be that of ee curing a room tutlblcntlv large to aol coramodato the Immense audiences Advocate The military forces arej holding Si Petersburg In a grip of Iron and there wee practically no disturb once from the striking element poorer or lust at Jackson denied all connection with the killing Turkey Ducks Geese and Highest cash market price n NOKTllCOTT ttan ford Ky JACK SALE Fox St Logan will bold their annual Jack sale at Danville Thursday March S 1905 ted States FARM FOR SALE As agent ot W T Stone I will on Mon day iebtuarf13th 1005 county court Uy In ttP to the blgbeat bidder unle sold privately before that day tbo farm situated on Dlx lllvor known as the W T Stone place Said land adjoins the lands of lames Robinson George Ilnnktn tad Iaban Withers Inquire for description of J II Owslev or W T Stone J II OWSLEY Agent Stanford Ky lor DIAL1R IB Whisk Brandu Wines Beer cigars Etc OupnUr Houn Oloie to Depot KY Prompt nl polite atltntlon Nothing but the tet drink I cr ttUcrtpn order receive cronptatttntlon 20 and 25 OENTS 25 patterns in skirt louncings and corset cover patterns 2 inches deep 20 nnd 25c These aro exceptional values 5 and 10 CENTS For special drives in Pearl Dutton Muttons in these worth up to 20c 8110 CENTSFor a 12ynrd bolt of fine Berkley Long Cloth 10 CENTS For choice of n beautiful line of wheat patterns in Norman dy Val Laces Tlicse wear well nnd the patterns are new emhroidcryII2ij CEN lSFor six spools Clarks 0 N T Spool Cotton 1 SEVERAIfCE SON STANFOErW j l THE IHTBRIOR JOURNAL quitc 6IJOWAnn jAMlts tWood t iiMus AldrldgoMRS himI Gat palnetakingtypo ILlbertY IWANTIID ratMrWaltou IttoSbelbyvlllo Kyi liiiliiii Some Olarye DAILY Umekeeperl au riverI MATRIMONIAL FloridaI beatlera IWado Ate tos Emperors LexlDI1Ion WANTED cillckeos1 jackr DaJl Tray STANFORD Embroidery Our Stock of Winter Footwear Honest Mike kip boot the mud splitter 3 fiO hail Bond calf boot double lined water proof 4 00 Ilockcr Bootee calf lined 5 00 Water King high top shoe rubber lined 3 00 Level Best the best boys school shoo made 1 7C to 2 00 Rolled Edge sung proof felt boots 2 00 to 3 00 Boys felt hoots 1 50 to 7fi These are all in stock sizes complete Can fit you tod- ayHJMRoberts Great Reduction In Winter Suitsietttleel To cut stock down before Spring Goods ar oileriS850 Snits at GfO 10 Suit at 850 1250 Suits at 050 15 Suits at 1150 1750 Suits at 1250 The patterns are attractive and the styles are the newest This is an opportunity to clothe yourself at U saving of several dol- larsCUnniNSMCLARY Stanford Kentucky TOE BARGAIN STORE Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods From the Great Bargain Sale qf Sweeter Pembrook it Co of New York This is an opportunity which seldom occurs We advise nil who can to come as early as possible to attend this tho greatest sale we have ever offered Ladles Furnishing Goods Ladies tailor made suits worth 815 and 20 are on sale at 8 450 to 750 Ladies uptodate Jackets 85 W S 10 now on sale at 8250 to 84 Ladies and Misses Skirts worth 8150 up to 85 are now on sale at 98c to 82 48 Ladies corsets from 19o up Latest styles of petticoats from 59c up Ladies dress and coarse Shoes at 08o and up Msns and Childrens furnlsh ings Great lino of Shoes for children from 15c up Mens press told working Shoes Irom 98c up Mens Clothing from 3a suit up Mens nice Overcoats from 8250 up Mens Sunday Punts from 75c up Chil drens nice three piece suits from 750 urDosdrens and Ladies Stockings from 4o up S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTU- CKYTRPDE WITH McCORMACK PEACOCK HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY t r Se= 4 H V i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL EnltrtdMthe PodOffice at scat ford at condeT tnaUer ITIIblHtinO TUHNKAVS ANW 1HIUWH AT 100 PER YEAR CASH tlT When not paid 1200 will be cbarged KNOXVILLE DIVISION INe2t II Thin gulag North 104pm 8SOam NjU South h16pm don UMBRELLAS Recovered and reralred and made almost for a amount I canas good as now fix your umbrella better then the tramp and for less money Give me a trial VHAHK ATKJKS Stanford For Sale Privately bouse and 10 acres of land situated Jut outside of town limits on the Somerset pike house has I room kItchen and ser and allrants room goodWaternecessary hydrant In the yard od one for toek J P RAILEY SweeneyrvRora1KTon Livery Feed and Salo Stablo Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at rcaeonable rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky y Wm SII GAPS Proprietor Electric Lights In every room Refurnished ant under entire New Minieement Doblhe favorite toner meets all trains large Welllighted Sample Room BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horse handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection JTIiwau Saloon COOD RICE Prors Finest wines whisky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexington famous Dine Brass Deer Cine keg and bottled O Brent Southwood mixer Phone 60 Stan lord Ky Nice Home For Sale II ilaving doclded to return to Somerset I sale privately my homo on East Main Street In The residence It mixroom coltugo brand new bath room and all conveniences The lot contains about IK acres of land and tbo homo It a most delightful no For further partlcu tars call on or write me at Somerset J IL Heck or Wm Beck at Stanford HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I I desire to tell try hotel property and livery stable In llustonvlUo Ing can be u ed us hotel or private residence and Is well arranged for two Sta ble has 20 stalls and Is In good repair Plen ty water at barn and hotel It house Is not told by Jan will rmt It and can glvo pos Mission on that dato osseaslon of barn If rented or sold separately on Nov House and barn newly Hotel Is In Oraded School district For furlhcr- particulars call on or address S UABPENTEK Hustonvltle Ky J+ CMCCbMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Deslear In SABNESS SADDLEBY i0 Stanford Ky J La Beazley Ii Co Undertakers and- Embalmers AUODHHISIH Furniture MatUuJt8RuaS They will Exchange Furniture for all kinds of Stock Give them- a call hicel right IAHTOED KENTUCKY Wedding Birthday And Anniversary Presents c r We have every thing that the heart could desire or run cy dictate in the way of beautiful remembrances Largest Line In Central Ky i at Money Saving r Prices i STFine Watch Repairing and Optical Work a Specialty MURRAY HcADAMS Leading Jewelers Danville Ky r All parties who owe me will please cull promptly Jan 21 1905 and set tie their accounts I will then be able to express my appreciation in SolicitMa continuance of same during the coming yeahIWill N Craig M D Pharmacist Phone No 13 Stanford Kentucky i i Buy your Drugs Stationery Etc during 1905 of Iii W i B McRoberts DRUGGISTSTANFORD And Save Money Some Things That You May Not Know lu the spider head It is the glutton our beads lhatctoh the victims In France a cheese seller Is as famil iar Height on tho city streets as a banana man U In Chicago Agriculturists of Catnus Yucatan are cultivating cotton with good cue oess This year the cotton plftntallooi will bo enlarged Union Theological Seminary hat started a course In Old Testament history for children from nine to twelve years of agowho live in its vicinity Chlel rabbi of Patmut Italy Prof Euda Lolll ono of the ornaments of tbo Italian rabbinate It dead The de ceased was born at Gorz Austria In 1828 Tbo Preach government has abolish ed thn cantlnlerct who were a feature at every regiment They were women who supplied the soldiers with brandy Rev Hudson Taylor says that opium In China It doing more barm In a week than tbo united efforts of all our chrlt tlan missionaries aro doing good In a year Archbishop Farler otNew York hat gone on a months visit to the Dabama Islands Ills his first visit tlnco be became Archbishop of Now York The Bahamas Islands are part of the arch dioceseMarried eight year a German nam od Drew has seven SODS all of whom bo bat pledged to tho German army The Kaiser has written him a letter very strongly commending tbd mans pa trlotlem The highest tide In the world Is in tbo Day of Fundy The tide there at time rises to the height of 71 feet and the Increase la occasionally at much as- a foot every five minutes Stomach Troubles and Consti patlonC- hamberlains Stomach and Live- Tablets are the best thing for stomach troubles and constipation I have eve sold says J K Cullman a druggist of Pottervllle MJch They aro 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 all diuggisla All the Jeffenonvllle Ind taloout were closed Sunday an agreement having been made by the keepers to observe the Nicholson law which had almost become a dead letter Sheriffs Sale For Taxes On Monday Feb 13th 1903 being the first day ot the January term of the Lincoln county court I will between the hours of o oclock and 4 oclock P in front of the courthouse door in Stantord Kysell at public out cry to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand the following lists or so much as will pay taxes costs and penalty As fast as payments are made the names will disappear The amount set opposite each name cludes 6 per cent penalty and cost of ad vertising M S Uaughman Sheriff STANrORD WHITE Curtis P A 35 acres 4 63 Morris Fred lot 16 Co Hocker Jesse N R lot 5 75 Raney J HSo acres 5 23 Russell F L N R one acre 3 60 LOLORKD Bailey Thds 4J2 acres 3 45 Uurdette Josh six acres 5 20 Burdette Grant cne acre 465 Carson Headly N R one acre i 16 Cowan Geo four acres 5 70 fimbry Helle town lot 3 oo Evans Dick three tracts 3 35 Givens Kate ten acres 4 05 Harris Walter one acre 4 15 Hays Will lot 4 J5 Higgins Henry six acres i 93 Hill Wyatt two tracts 9 05 Jickman Sam one acre 3 oo Jones Wm two lotsf 315 Jones Belle lot 3 50 Lee Sank IN R onefourth acre 4 03 McMullen Jos L two onehalf ac 3 90 McMullen Wilson five acres 4 05 Rout Richard onehalf acre 3 70 Rout Sam halt acre 3 75 Rout Dick ft Son three acres z 10 Simpson Elias three acres 4 40 Watkins Henry half are 3 90 Wallace Tulers heirs loi 3 33 Wilhoit heirs 20 acres 5 05 Wooda Shelby four acres 4 15 Young Margaret three acres 3 Oo CRAB OKCHARD WIIITK Adams heirs 70 acres 3 oO Anderson John five acres 4 40 Daugherly Wm 40 acres 4 jo Gooch Mrs Matilda 32 acres i TO Haggard heirs jo acre laioj Hasty Mrs Della acres 2 55 Hiatt A M two tracts ni 10 Hutchison J M acres JOou horn Jno N R two tract 63 Lewis 0 P Zoo acres 3 65I Newman Gustave 90 acres S 05 Iarigan Rcbt too ares 4 Oo Payne Jag L 47 acres 4 13 Smith Mrs Armina 130 acre 3 40 Smith Frank 30 acres 3 93 Stephens J H 25 acres 9 50 Taylor Jos L 40 acres 3 90 Thompson W D 35 acres 3 03 Weaver W II 50 acres 4 05 Wilson Comodore3acroa 4 o5 Wren Stephen 5o acres 4 15 Holmes Urs M O lot a So Rogers John 25 acres J 90 Wlegman Hmel too acres UKAll 6S OKOIIAUUCOLCrvEU Carson Sarah one acre 9 jo Cruse Emma two acres a 25 Curtis W mien acres 2 So Perkins Dob threequarter acre 4 40 Rice Mary one acre 20 Smith J H 15AFSulton Win tve qo Welch Rhoda one acre a 55 1YAYNltBIlUlloWRITE- Bastin S 133 acres Uaugh 75 H P 22 acres 3 qo Uaugh Silas A 32 acres 4 35 Uecktold tIred N R rat aarei Uennc oo M S 102 acres 6 75 Byrd los fifty acres 3 20 Carpenter Uros 135 acres S 4o Falk Gco L iigj acres 4 5s Faulkner E P 90 hcres 6 to Florence J H 60 acres 4 yo Foley Franklin 20 acre 4 65 Frazier R H 3 acres 4 25 Gooch Mrs M A 65 acres j 40 Uale Jeff 6 acres i 6S Holten Vm one acre 4 o5 Horton John 2 I acoes G3 JadinGlch Wm 52 acres 4 95 Johnson Mrs S U 30 acres 4 o5 Leach Wm 25 acres 4 J5 Mead L W 244 acres ic a Moore David 15 acres 4 10 Morgan Sailie 23 acres 2 30 Morgan Wm 100 acres 6 25 Mullins S S 88J acres 4 o5 Peterson Chas 40 ocres 6 35 Robinson Wm ten acre J 90 Royston Jesse one acre 2 So Smith A H Macro 4 45 Smith Prank 46 acres 4 95 Smith Jas too acres Oli Spalding J A 25 acres 3 75 Story II H 03 acres n IS Brackler W M N It 127tern 3 60 Carmen Hetekiah 23 acres y O Gooch G T Jr two lots 14 So Pcnnybacker Mrs Hettie 200 acre 23 4o Martin A Owens 73 acres 4 55 2CrUptht roc J B 15 Races 4 40 arWalls Mrs M L 21 nortv i 80 Ware W U 50 naves 4 05 Whlto T W 75 acres 4 Williams Robl 80 ncros 0 Winches Chas 157 ncteH 0 li Yiicuin Ellis 14 ucras 4 6 Young Clark lOt aorta I Young Mrs A JTpO ncros 4 65 WAlNESIIUROCOLORRII- Boone Maley 3 acres x JS Jones Kddlo 20 aoron I 35 Murtln W J 65 aeros 4 80 II USTOVVirIK W It ITK Akin Ocorgo lot iO Burton A J lot S or Curtis Goorgo W CO ncres 1 35 Gresham J I lot 6 Harp W II 180 aorw 4 10 Johnson Mrs M J lot 885- Lonek K Gd heirs 100 acre 4 Lay Goo 2 acros- Lowiler 4 4 Dr W L 2 lots HI McCormnck Mrs Lucy 25 aces 2 55 Moran Mrs Viola lot 4 OJ Nail Sallltt lot I0030i Peyton 00 n II C lot Ii jWllcher Jerrys heirs 25 aciv 10 Woods lode col acre 4 r Youn Ilczckiah 10 acres 4 USTON VIUKCOIXJUUD- Alnorn Fannie ono urn 10 Bailey Charles half nciv 6 40 Bright Ella 2 acres 4 oj Brown Tom 11 acns r Brown Mat lot Brown John new 11 Burton David nuns 4 Cloyd John i uuro a Glvent Anderson 2 acrtis 6 40 Gooch Cam 4 acres 4 7 Lyons Martha lot G5 Musterson Nelson 2 ncro 8i McKinnoy Oscar 1 store 4 Iii Morcland Bob fi acres Iti Morton George 1 acre Iii Owens Wlllln 4 uorw IIlowncy John lot 4 Iii Bteole Charlo j lot 4 II Stephenson Harrison i uurc 00 Trice Mitchell ucrv 4 Iii Welch James 2 acres 4 40 Wooldrldtro Pctor 1 uciv i 45 Carter Margaret 7 acres a Dlmvlddle Johns heirs U store 4 00 Patton Laura lot 2 80 RBMaHonyIns 6 Solicit a share of the patronage of Ihe property owners in the counties lncoln and Jawy who may be seeking In surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but tho and best OldLIno Corn panics represented and the low eat pr Bible rates are guaranteed- Phone b- 2Stanford Kentuc- kyPOSTED We whoso names appear below strictly forbid hunting nslilng or any kind of tress passing on our places and will prosecute to the full extent of the law Charles Enwlln J II MoAllster Mrs Kato Ador Itclcliennairh Ilros Fred VooOnifnlRan Albert VonQruenlgan Fred VonAllman Ired llanmnnn Alfred Simpson Oeorlo Uolme Miss Mattlo II Ilewen h Relchenlach Charles Cummins Jos Rallou A O Dunn S Holmes W H Amon W It DauRherty M J lloiramn M II Elrnorc Ieter W Tarter J Nevin Carter- J E Bruce Wit Bliomnikor Thomas Kerrlll Qreen Icrrlll F J Conn c t First NationalStanford 11 BankCapital Stock 50000i This Institution was originally established as Urn Deposit Hank of In IsJI then rooreanliod an the National lank of Stanford In 1865 and again reorganized as the first National Ira tk of Stanford In un having bad practically an unlnter rupted exIsMuco for 13 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact busliins promptly and well than ever before In Its and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited a I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK BOOOO 1 Directors J B Paxton J B Owsley 8 II Shanks W 0 Walker Ceo W Carter J II Foster L 0 Oooch Wit Uummtns W M Hrleht R I Hubble w II Shanks Successors to The farmers Rank A Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneaclal Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company- Stanford KyI0348G acre unlmprore1 Unit In Iroi rcuntrMo 14 miles tram Slstlon 00 true Iountalo rou Wilt sell of Ulblac9 for prortt In Uocolncounlr No Small tarN 17 tens SmllM from blan ford llousol faurcooJ rooms wll porch and ttrsnd Uood Urn and other building la repair CullndxaeWenllGoaJ seam pQiran sla U MM at Untstn Goes W school and chorea IRIre fU per ern Lai aJJolniBg told fur f and IlL TbUlsaUrgUn roomQrood bUD njolli routliuljtnn blsly atrrs cultivation 41 arm In limber nail fHl et UTS well on county rod aloe lo Ibur b 11totrllMtarvof tits North Fork 01 ntlKk rl rr lureirsolreavarylsgio tblfkBMa Slobs I lest to tilt ret litter U to the mouth ol abattcmk A rtllfoaj HwrTtjcl within Ihrra miles of said profrty the llmWr lou m 11Ite TIU perfect Will Ilor tirhaB on wt terms No eeA airs IwoiUiry r4bt roost frame dwelllBnlntslaalord llutwohallh rood cellar wilh roncrtt door ooJ isrJeo well In kltcbeo caiola 00 wbleh real lor II rer moots Thdwelhngtotafettlapermonth ibis Prop rly hla goal repair and ran Is bt for fMOO No 41 farm 171 gen iplendld bNegriM land In soryuroomstunsreldeneO e Csirailroad sad In goof otlhtiorkmd 40u acrr In cultivation mUO grass and llroUr tie Tbl la an IMl reunify bout Mail tOoallOrH glare rales tic Well walrrad with 11 never lane prints It Irlr aeonshle t4tr0 urea of land one mile from Somerset Kycutlns rrnBeldi Forty acre In caltlTa lion 40 urea to failure4 balance In timber peril log coaulas sera a rooms Lip Urn and all nit euarv outbuilding and bulMlnnlairlcn Itlre2a0aO5 Kas ale mmsefrom railroad and wile from drtaaw aver Seventy acreaoflan river bottom II ant tlus land and 10 grass This land la for itl- orvxcbanx lana of100 acre In Lincoln county TArSi good bates sad other out DnIIJIugeuhDoueMhroled oatlbnau r0ehurehuicAooladpatomre IL 1re0aad from well arco firm and or Ihrr fimllle tbst tnbhl want to com Irlrorwomblef m olaeOr iboiinux30andshtil lull length of shop and IP veryONo IA farm of acne four mile from Clan lord on Ut pike In the county well waUreil fenrlng good lIIn frosts plte all peee UT ouiliulldlnn A sptndlil blue turn firm aodonly W minutes drive from county seat Ownrr llIn arm adjoining tbli bsi rrntly refused fU Mr stem olfr tblt at11750 No 68n acres or Pleasant 1olnl Ky Frame house S rooms and Urn and other outbuildings 1 acres In cultivation rt In Ur Well watered 8W yard from pmtotfic Knool and church lays wello0ldke and In roes mnolt IrlraKM Nol3230arrdarm t rope or Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling t rooms two tenant houses two Lara well and spring near dwelling farm In high out of eultlvatlan arm rivet tallow land good freeing fruit etc Irlc IJJOn aero No t1A nice farm at IIIthtani K well IT ed well watered etc Irk500t- ts6aaenoflandonJameaown rod south of Dunnvllleiui acres In cultivation about i acre llmberand rfilin ru large new taml dwell Ins also an old dwelling on place A new barn and two old ones It Is well watered and the fencing Is good On public rod PrIce fiow Also n 60 barrel mill In Mercer county on Salt River Steam power now up todnte In every uticuIRr coo goal dwell InK with imprnvementeand20acres of line land close lo Southern railroad IrlcegV 000 No 7ftno acres of land near Junction Cllyputla In grass nlceyouogorchardantoeofthelalt IlrellO brhors In lunlu rounds gnlnlistyears Well watered and ffinloK goal tIOO8 lo god churches A twoflory six root frame barn crib etc all lu goo1 rllalr Irlc JitW Also 11 acre 01 Florida land In Mann vllle On railroad streak through place leaving ucres on one side with 2 story room house and oranges poaches pcnrs plums grapes nil bearing lOud acres tu other side with 0 room onestory house or nnRis leIlChetJICafl plums grabs bonr lug acres for SlhOO und the S acre for 1100 A Ilullltt county Ky farm of 100 acres with good 2atory house metal roof barns water etc 110 acres vf timber that will make tics slim barrel timber Uround will grow wheat corn tobacco otc only 12000 X cash IJiiuo has fruit tree 171 ecru mile llarrhtown Junction Ilullltt county Ky 120 acres cultivated balance In timber good three room IoouI with hall now log burn smoku house woodlouse lino well good springs nod running witter two orchards three room tvnnnt house la a beautiful firm rand production fchciip tor1a50012V00 crib balance Iu one two and three years 122 acres three rallc ot VUII burT Wash ington county Ky 110 arc i rultlvuttil 6 acres timber well cliitorn sprlnpi orchard lj s x room frame hOu veranda cellar barifttCflln wood housef make house lion boost chop on till Title It n good farm wgrIUtliemouey 82500 IIS50 cash balance one and two years e Offlotrs J HOOKKU Treat T llAHHiK V Iro JJ McHdIIKKTS Ohr W II VitA URNAllt Uhr DJreotor3I r held Danville T Harris Stanford r J IIiMker Stanford L Tanner MrKlnnor II Rltnorn Stanford S II llaughman Htan for T Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J II llauchtnan Stanford J Teltua Stanford Ed Carter Stanford Officers a BHANK8 President W IlIUailTOaabltr W O WALKEIl Asst OMhUr Na1aruurureeaflanJ fed a ales one sterf w I all rabsfnmedeItlogleMeKlneyy wake 10 mom tJ beta ud all DtrMAaf1 llai well sacral and la good rrralr HMIM aUnenxt IAM sail li toinrarallielr new and neonif uk flto for the whole property Mar of ill arm In Cwt roaotv Two story frame dwelllnf two KOO barns and olbrf out build Inn la nod repair hvlendld lotntro 1MNonew two fit a man fnmc dwelling sod ad MwelllBf lo lair CO 1ll1on sad other out dplendtdtettrolandi aYo U Ksrm of 14 seal near WavDMburf Uwelllnit ood Urn alesYell watered fcncief land twlMlun In ituod repair Imluctlt lime schoolaNotf Sea rwm dwellintgood cellar aid aemlaod titter falllic well sad eprlnc r KlDj ItlleOrrltudbNo4Two story Iran dwelllnc rmai ball snd nand toad f irdm fenclnt and bona la001 repair Kor ile or rent IrireMaoblbl- No AaKamf urn dun ear Kup 1141In i oUIall lrp tellla rorell11 new II rirhln aUI aNs or t zee Iburcbro school poiiomt ann C n depot Iropertv IIM en plisse county road and li b noel dratraM IllselllhbIGembrsuit purthaMr blalaerrtslolyebmpprowny hIIIl0gsaellalayard splendid onhard and 3 InslrawterrlM Imnedtaupowfulon hitNo JITwo sale for IIfHttlcolsrsadjrm cnlnlllocll first Cstat ch nf4TlllCoNa M Ninety arm of land leGtrDIr filling sprint Irlc 100iNo IVllouwanu hl goodgodterms INo a20 acres of pool land lilt rooms two trf 4 homeI eeAr All bwllJlngs and feedng III goal etpalr f Irlc lioa rottatleoetnigoaltwotblN1luygy oatheural lower which tagreat economy und the dim lowagureNoit 1ram hold large rooms double vnran storeroomfootingbl lord lag 2 nlr cotUgr Dlrelr furnished Aisrpr Nen Vatact lot adJolnlnciM feet front ft Kyand1oprlelor has refused to rent properly for tJO per month Onarcountof wile 101 nlbaalfor I No 71 A nilll four room cottage water la goodggrdrn f lIOIIW35 ucroi In Allen county Kon rail road and pike about 60 acrea cultivated about K3 In timber and crass nnd about 150 In grass Timber on jiliico Is cut to in Lingleethe plan twlco over A large part U tune jed are four dwelling ot room each and ono store of two stories with room above linn wells and springs of water Is In 7 miles of county scat and tobaccoa corn wheat grass etc for grows One hnlf cash countyIypowershe V toilato roller mill with burrs for corn and meal bolt The engine is of 7 yean runt II aces with the mill Including what U with the house of 5 rooms All for fl50 or 15 400 fur tho mill and II acres One half cash tlHIM lino rude No mill In 10 miles lit MDsislppThereorportunltles for profitable Investment as the Missis slpri DelU which Is now fitly described as Irov peilty Valley The limber Is becoming mote able all the Urns lot the reason that lumber people lulJlmlnlhlnlchases of timber UnJt In the South When the tim agncullumlserf or will grow any other kind of crop ralsej In the temperate one The soil needs no fertlllters anJ lowtheand Umber lands at rrcsenl prices Is making an In vestment that he will never regret hand Is dl vlJed Into tacts ranging from 40 acres to the fret la acres to the tract and prices from SI per acre Wrolu sure that as other parties are considering the IrClllubItonolititJIhey AIuliJIoorarIcu1trsp