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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL V VOL xxxu STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 27 1905 3 P M NO 98 ABOUT PEOPLE Charles Dickons full name wit Charles John Huffman Dickens Caps Robert L Doe new com tnandanl of CiJots at Weal Polo It a nailre of Texas Jamei K Randall who wrote My Maryland U itlll living Hli home lint Augusta Ga Joseph W Folk of Missouri will be tbn guest of honor at the banquetof the Missouri Society of New York oo March 1- 0Irloccil Molloda Mitchell a de icendaotof Mauaiolt II befog enter tamed In Uoston by the Daughters of the Hevolutlon King Leopold of Delirium who has never signed a death warrant during tbo thirty nlne years of hi reign thus keeps the promts made b1 mother on her deathbed Daron Ilenrl de Kothicblld wOo pent a fortune on a free hoiplul o Parlt determined lung beforu be was ot age to btconif a physician and mfb I tiler to the needy David II Fraaols former nrosldant of the late Louisiana 1urobase Bxpoil tlon has a while eUpbunton bU hoes In the bale of the CblMt Uulldliijr presented to htm by the Hraueror ol 0Cbina It colt 6136000 A well keown pwaeher rtwmly spoke at a relltkwi MrrlM le yul- lie notlaed that one of the ooivteo teemed extraordinarily luipretted After tbn service be sought him out and continued tho rood work by remark toeIN- w My dear sir I hope you will prodt by my remarks jest now and become a now man Indeed I will was the reply In fact I promise you that I will never commit aopthur urima but will lead aDI exemplary life to my dflnir day It Good bald the dominie but are you sun you will tit able to koep lh y promlstr f Ob ei tow the cheerful reply oft tbe ooovlct Im In Jill for life Philadelphia Record The largest diauioad In the world U not of the eryitalllne sort ued as a gem If It were lie value would be tab ulou for It Ievnwn times larger than the famou Vlatorla diamond the largest of modern sods which WM sold for 11500000 Ire value depends upon the use to which It can bo put when broken uo for It Is of tbe lOur nhoui kind known technically II ear ionMrs J P Ware le dead In Uoylo CRAB ORCHARD Mr Ollkcrion Is jolnjr to convert his grist mill Into a spoke and rim factory Lyne Droi sent out a neat little ad vertising paper this week called the Crab Orobard Courier It II reported that Milton Kites hoi bought the store room now occupied by D C Payne end lha ouo adjoining from Mri Jane Buchanan and will open BbOIII an etj log Monday and Tueidayovonlngi The musical feature of the program was fur nUbed bv the Crab Orchurd band Will Hansford of Uyden u visiting hU rotber Qruca Dansford at tie Spring Hotel Miss Pltmin of Parks Villa is a guctt of Mrs Rhoda Higgle aid family Dr IarrU of Preachers villa Wit In tuwn thla week HI e friend here regret to Kno tbal he- UIIsY for Kt Uernsiadt own to make his borne Robert Guloo of Lacootter Wit here with relative ru oentjy Sam King will leave shortly to mmrMJ sebum at Lxlagtoo Mr Ramsey remote III at bla room Mar IfcitftrXK Mr J W Ouc t l quite W A Bruuks of Chicago tll abe UMa tale work Mrs 8 BtM U at t be4 ld of her other Mrs Grove Ooul woo cootlou very feeble Dr Uoodwua wife HBU ilule ton ere quest at tbe Sprlogs Hotel Rev Jordan ot Pmaotitrftvtll was able to be In town tbl week Mrs Henry Pettu and ehlidrsn are visiting at St Marys Mrs LaurA Moore aocompanltd Chas Singleton and family to Uucbanan Mirth Monday Louis Dllllon has moved to the latter property on Mt Vernon Street Mr Hunt of Wash- Ington CityWII here Tuesday taking depositions In the war claim cats of tbe Baptist oburab- learfagg a ooh in the ptntry Airs Jrrume opened tbe door softly and went le- Ueryouorzestson was standing on a oimlr with nl bask to her helping himself to taountonts ul a gia e jar Wbatarw you doing Clifford abt asked IrOOdI from Ohio deeply and darkly red but the light of truth shone In his blue eye I cannot tell a lie mamma he eaW Tin eatto raipberrv Jam Holly Van under fIIntuoue ot dent b for murder escaped from jail at Dallas Tex VntOLIMany little boys and girls in this town are weak thinlogged hollow cheeked and bloodless We wiah every I mother could know what our Vinol will dot for ouch children We promise that it r will create flesh build them up and make them strong robust and rosy If it failo to do this we will cheerfully return all the money pail us for the Vinol taken On these terms its your duty to try ite v t PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD Pianoforte fficcttal lytJfiggina 7fnrl- 91lss 9llary 9Jc9oberto Spaded School jfuditorium Stanford Uiiosday Jan 7I 730 P lI7 s PROGRAM Vulso In IMlot majorDurnndMa- ulDuctOli Could I touch tho NlghtlngalolJ r Miss Mary MoRoborts Miss J0rtlnno Brady Rustle of Spring to toSenl1ln Rcoltntlon Tho OnoLoffgotl Gooso Russoll Brown Gorinuuy to M H7k owakl Vocal Quartclto Umlor tho Moonlit Sky Mrs L B Cook Mrs II It DavUbn r J C Mo Clary Mr T D IlanoyrFlnnilol1assuudgliaSonff Rosallu poKovon Miss Noll Warren Capsloantl A1 uch- BKeadlnirmil1 In Troublo HIss Polly DuanoTraylor- Cabalcttaj Tjieo Luck 1 Andante Cuntahllo from Sonata NoI aAlo nit Tho Maidens Wish Chopin LtszG WhlHtHnjf Duet L t Dr Steele llalloy and Miss Herta Jean Penny Polka Do Concert Uartletti Vocal Quui teeto Goodnight to e Mla L B Cook Mrs R L Uat leon Mr J C McClary Mr T D Rancy NEWS NOTES Kl7abethtown b to have a new City Hall building Mrs Caasle L Chadwlck has been adjudged a bankrupt Fire at Lincoln Neb destroyed property worth 1130000 Tbe worst snowstorm of tbe season U CityIMt 1100000 Sterling blind mayor of rOUDl own 0 is dead of apoplexy Taunted because ho bad lost an arm In an accident a LouUvllle loath com mated ulcldu A quarrel over an estate caused a Cleveland man to fatally shoot his brother and a iKillocraan Au Atnerlonn eagle wu killed Neltlun oouniv It measured Ilx feet six Inches from lit to tip Chino Watson was found dead lo a thinker near Lola Ky under cistern tannin Indicating murder OUi A Thor wbo was the brat roan to need a boat from Cbloago lo Europe with merchandise le dead Thomas M Hill promtoeot as a oburob worker at OrMr S C la ut dot arrest charged with embezzlement la 1091 three hlle M many adults HI nhlMran died la Lexington The niiobar of deatb of the former Will lYd of she latter M The saloon t of Uodgeorille oloicd their duos for good Saturday night the result of the local option election held torn months ago John Chonault of Chattanooga In jail at Knoxville Tenn on a charge of drunkenness committed suicide by hanging himself with a sheet The George Peabody School for Teacher at Nashville la to receive 81 000000 under a decision of tbe trustee of the Peabody education fund A ipeolal grand jury at Lexington began taking evidence In the oaee of the Rrtatblli county parties alleged to be liupltoated In the killing of James OooKnii In a druekeo brawl Charles T Krd min eon of C W Krdman a well known Loulivllle oltina killed Geo Daeobler cutting the latter jugular vein with a pocket knife toAt Winchester Judge Uenton overruled motions of both plaintiff and de octane for new trials In tbe Marcum Hargl damage Ault An appeal lo each case was granted to the Court of Appeal While kneeling to prayer at the Hope Risouo Mission with fellowun fortunate whom he was trying losave Enoch Baxter died of apoplexy Qe was a famous character of Loulivllle wbo since his conversion bad done active mission work Jobann Hocb the bigamist swindler and murderer for whom tbo Chicago police are looking le now known to have been the husband of 16 wives Clew exist pointing to tbe probability that there are others The police have evidence that loch disposed of a number of hie wive by meant of poi son The Fayette county special grand jury has returned Indictments against James HargU Alex Hargls Elbert HargK Ed Callahan and Jesse Spicer charging them with conspiracy to mur der James Cockrill Town Marshal of Jackson who was killed lo Jnly 1002 Uenih warrants have been Issued for the arrest of all the Indicted men Chamberlains Cough Remedy Absolutely Harmless The fault of giving children medicine containing Injurious substances is some times more disastrous than the dlscaie trout which they are suffering Every mother should khow that Chamberlains Cough Remedy perfectly safe for child ren to take It contains nothing harmful and for coughs colds and croup unsurpassed For sale by all druggists Arthur Henry Mllllgan who hadsev oral aliases was arrested at Racine Wte He detailed to the police a story of how he and Florence O Graves tbe woman wbo took carbolic acid and died In Milwaukee Monday Iad agreed to commit suicide together He said that after the woman bad taken the poison ho watched her death agonies and his courage failed hint He lied Greatly In Demand Nothing Is more In demand that a med icine which meets modern requirements for a blood and system cleanser such aa Dr KIpRs New Life Pills They are Just what you need to cure stomach and liver troubles Try them At Penny Drug Store end Lyne Urns Crab Orchard Ky 25c guaranteed Why do you call your auto she Because It Is always breaking down at critical moments raising the devil most ot tbe time and keeps me broke Life Why Is an author dllToreni from every other anlmll In tho world Because his tale comes out of his head r I SOMERSET lotsInH Hopper d Co Lave opened a res taurant oo Mt Vernon Street Wednesday was the coldest dav tbat Somerset has experienced In fivo years Tbe revival at the Christian church Is itlll In progress There have been 10 additions so far A bucket shoo was opened hero Wed nesday by Danville parties Their of lice 1e In tbe Smith bulldog next to tbo postolllce About 100 workmen of tbe Kentucky Lumber Co of Burnalde are on a strike for higher wages Tbe mill has ben closed since the beginning of tbe strike Tbe first edition of the Somerset Idea came out Jan JOtb This paper Is published by the pupils of the High School and they deserve great praise for their maiden elTort Mr and MM James Davis spent sev eral lave hero after their return from a bridal tour through the South Jim Is looking happy and says be advises all young men to take his step Tbe following work was done by the city council Monday night A license foe of 175 for a bucket shop was grant ed Resolutions were passed extending Hawkins Avenue to College Street Main and Vernon were ordered repair ed and building permits granted to Dr Allen S G Bishop and Tom Jasper Vernon Richardson of tbe Danville New was hero Friday Norman Wad die was In Cincinnati Sunday and Moo day Several ofSomeriots young men attended tbo dance and banquet at Hustonvllle Thursday evening Miss Llna Kennedy of Texas arrived Thurs day to visit her sister Mrs M C William Tbe best play that was ever put on tbe stage here was that of Walker Wbltcslde In David Garrlck Love which Irlaved tn a good audience Tue daV evening Mr Wblteslde is an BCI tor ot great eucoM and tbe people Somerset should have shown their 811 preciation more by turning out better Mgr Thatcher and Waddle are to be congratulated on getting him here The charter members of tbe social club of Somerset purchased from tho old social club all their furniture and new club will be organized This aI will be composed of about 40 of tbe and young men of Somerset The old club rooms will ba used and will be fit ted up with this furniture and some new that will be purchased One of tbe rooms will be a reading room and will be equipped with magazines and dally papers Another will be used as a dancing ball and the third a pool and billiard room Tbo club will be open to visitors and those who are not mom ber three times a week If accompanied by a member of the club- HUSTONVILLE Union prayer meeting everr Wed nesday evening at the Presbyterian church to which all are cordially In vltedTbe coldest weather of tbo winter Is with us affording another opportunity for knocking out the Ice Man in the good old summer time II Miss Ann Ellie of Stanford is visit tog the family of J A Blain Wallace Hall le at hone for the season having graduated In the R R business A nice 35 acre farm with good build loge One water fine stoop house In a splendid community for rent very cheap Quick please call on W R WilliamsThe Creek Oil k Gas Co had another good well to come In this week and they are to be congratulated upon their good luck In never having struck a duster In drilling 15 wells on their Wayne county leases W0 Greening of Lexington was visiting friends here tbo past week lire Anderson of Paducah wbo lived at Turner vllle 40 years ago and wbo married the daughter of L D Goode was looking up old friends and relatives in tbe West End last week Representative J M Alverson Is not only voicing tbo sentiment of the peo ple of Lincoln county In opposing the new capitol hulling being located at the old measley town of Frankfort but fully 75 per cent or over of the people of the State who are waiting for their rights under the constitution to have a voice In Its location A Grim Tragedy- Is daily enacted In thousands of homes as Death claims In each one another vie tint of Consumption or Pneumonia But when Coughs and Colds ate properly treated the tragedy is averted F G Huntley of Oaklandon led writes My wife had consumption and three doctors gave her up Finally sho took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which cured her nqd today she is well sod strong It kills the germs of all diseases One dose re Hoves Guaranteed atSOa and fl by Pen nys Drug Store and Lyne Bro Grab Orchard Ky tl Winters Blasts Lose their terror if you are fortified in one of our Good OvercoatsIEverything to Keep You Warm Underwear Gloves Gaps Shoes Felt B- ootsjie4i a I Your looney back if ou do not like it l J t INDIA RELISH t i One of the celebrated HEINZ 57 VARIETIES An appe j tizing sweet pickle relishexcellent with mists cold or hot Its only fault It is so good as to lie eaten extravagantly If you do not like it we will return full purchase price I DH HIGG1NS STANFORD KY New Store Clearance Salei In order to make room for our Spring stock which will be coming in shortly we have decided to cut down the pureEs of our stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Ladies Cloaks Jackets Skirts and Ladies and Gents Furnishings To be appreciated you must gee the bar gains we are offering to you therefore we hivSte you to come set nUll be convinced of the bargains we are offering Dont miss the opportunity of seeing our goods before you buy elsewhere e SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD K- YBARGAINS One good secondhand heating stove suitable forishop or store 1 extra good secondhand Wrought Mnjestic Range high shelf and copper reservoir Pumps till price or nuy depth put in Koofing Gut tering Warm Air Furnaces and all Kinda of Repair Work done promptly s H ALDRIDGE Phone H6 Depot St Stanford Ky TQ THE FARMERS setnrIt is ncciBsnry to have good fences to protect your crops So if you will call and eoa us we can furnish you The American Fence the best woven fence on the market We have just received a carload of this fence and will make the price snit Call and see us W E Perkins i Crab Orchard Ky iM THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON f GREAT IS ATLANTA Happy Family Reunion in Geor gias Growing Capital AtlanU not future great bulalreadv great continues to grow even greater Fourteen years ago I mado try first trip to the magnificent Southern oltv but It was not the Atlanta of today with Its bum of business Its 500 or manu factories and Its business houses tower Ing fur heavenward It was a oily of ooma 60000 or 75000 then now fully 125 000 people proudly salt Atlanta J their homo They talk Atlanta and work to make the capital city larger and better It la Indeed the pride of t the entire State of Georgia while thof e l who live In the corporate limits thins It Is the only town on the map I went to this hustling city tobepree- eat at a reunion of my brothers and sit encImpossible to keep a brief mention ofI It from the 1 Ja readers It was first time wo had all been together since our mother was laid to reet 28 Tears ago In the family burying ground in Handver county Va and the occaI clone being so unlike It made us enjoy the last coming together much the more My brother Mr W P Walton of Lexington and sister Mrs Emma Lee Vaughan of Richmond Va and I met with our brother Mr T R Wal ton and spent Sunday and Monday with him The weather was propitious wo were all well business wassetanlde andI t truly did happiness reign supreme you have never experienced just such a reunion you can not appreciate the joys of it It was delightful and the memo ry of it will ba a pleasing one for years tocome Some of us are not as youug at we used to ba and the chances are that we will never all be together again but be that as It may I am pro foundry thankful for this Joyous occa sloe and cheerfully trust to an all wlee Providence that we may all again see each other In the flesh An idea of what Is going on In Atlan ta may be had when it Is stated that a million dollar depot la nearly complet e3 a 10story office building Is under construction hundreds buslnesshous es and private residences are being balll Improvements In streets are be rag made everybody Is busy and smoke from hundreds and hundreds of smoke stacks show that the factorlee are run ning and that work can be had by all who want It The depot Is a thing of beauty and something badly needed It Is built of concrete from top to hot tm five stories high and very Fret ohy In design It Is In the heart of the city and consequently accessible to allThe 10 story building referred to Is being erected by Mr Candler the cacacola man The frame work Is all steel while the greater portion of the exterior Is of marble It will cost over 1000000 The site which Is on Peach tree street coat 3160000 It will be the finest omen building South of the MUelfslppl Beautiful Peachtree street wbere the bontons live is even prettier than it used to be There are veritable palaces on either side for a mile or more and still Improvement goes on The money spent In the erection of some of these handsome homes would make a Wall street banker open his eyesOne of the very handsomest churches in the South is the First Methodist j tat completed on Peachtree street In Atlanta Itle boUt ot granite and as substantial as It Is pleasing to the eyes I did not learn the cost of it but as the congregation sold its old church and site for 1100000 it Is probe able that It coat several times that amount The First Baptists have un b dsr construction a magnificent house of worship Clark Howell editor of the Consti tution has announced for governor of Georgia and although the election is long ways off It is generally believed that he will win the nomination which Is equivalent to an election In that good democratic state Both Mr Howell and his paper have done yeoman service for the party and I i with his legions of friends all over f Georgia hope that he will occupy the executive chair next term The exKentucklanR who now live in f Atlanta arc doing their share toward the upbuilding of the city Will Elide f and Will Watson old Lancaster boys i have gotten rich in the drug business and Mr Watson has retired Dr Simp Elide Is not only one of the citys most eminent physicians but Is one of Its richest men His wife was Miss Nell Duncan of Lancaster a sister of our t Mrs U O Warren D13 Carson who i left Crab Orchard years ago Is freight agent of the W tit A railroad and a wealthy citizen My brother T R Walton la doing nicely in the grocery business and Is a holder of considerable real estate George H Woodson who told goods at Kldd Store for vears III president the Kentucky Furniture Company which hat two stores Rob ert White of the Preachersvlllo vicin ity it a prosperous merchant tailor and there are I might namewho are making their presence left In the great city ECW now looks as though the specie lIT of the Legislature called to a suitable site for the new mil lion dollar capitol will do nothing but kill a lot of time and spend tome mon ey for the people says tho Lancaster Record and Brer Landram seems to have hit the nsll on the head exactly TilE Somerset Idea Is the latest put lication to make its appearance from Pulaskia capital It It issued by students of the Graded school and Is a most urcdltabla paper A PAR S scientist bas discovered that kliting Is pathologically beneficial This does not mean that it is always healthy to kiss the typewriter the of flee girl or tho cook IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Susie Barren la dead of con sumption at Flat Lick There were 51 interments In the Lan caster cemetery lust year John Henry and George Lawson Mercer county farmers are dead Frank Claucch merchant and poet master at Rose Hill Mercer county U City Council of Columbia turned down an application to run a bowling alley The Oxlov Start Factory la to bo moved from Junction City to a palm more convenient for lumber Judge James Garrett Sr one of AdaIr county foremost citizens died suddenly at hIe home In Columbia of heart disease Suspended by his arms with weights tied to his feet a Bertha Knox county man whose back was broken will spend a month The colored Knights of Pythias lodge a flourishing organization and It the only one In the lllh district says the Somerset Journal There are four applicants for the London postotllce A R Dyche the present Incumbent J T Williams C R Baugh and G A Settle Boyle county has 15 poatoOlces says the Now which are as follows Atoka Alum Spring Allceton Brumfield Enldo Faulconer Falkland Rankle Hedgeville Mltchelltburg Park vllle Perryville Junction City Shelby City and Danville Henry Bankla has been postmaster at Junction City since 1807 Bad during that time be has pleased his patrons so well that no complaint has been enter ed against isle manner of conducting the office His son Charles Hankla is hIs eftlclent clerk of several years ex perience Junction City cor Advocate POLITICAL Tne Senate pissed about 200 private pension bill Wednesday Guy La Follette of Wisconsin was elected United States Senator Republican members of the Leclsls ture endorsed Senator W H Cox for Collector of the Seventh District By a vote of 43 to 28 the louse adopted the Drewry resolution declaring the the present Capitol site Inadequate- At a meeting Republican member of the Legislature decided to vote as a unit to prevent Capitol site legislation at this session The Tennessee House of Representatives passed a bill appropriating 1300 000 for the aid of disabled exConfed erate soldiers of this State The Texas Legislature formally elected Charles A Culbereon Demo crat to succeed himself In the United States Senate for the full term of six years CHURCH MATTERS Usual services at the Chlmlan church Sundaysald Eld L M Omer whoa wo asked him for news yesterday The Board of Education of the Meth odist Church of this State has decided- to make Union College Barbourvllle the Central School The Church will expend something like 820000 In Im provements on Its buildings there Because of bis denunciation of card playing dancing Sunday opening and kindred lines of conduct and the conae quent feeling It aroused among the con gregation the Rev B W Bass ban re signed as pastor of the Parkland Christian church Louisville Rev Charles E Woodcock was yes terday consecrated Episcopal Bishop of Kentucky the ceremonies being held in St Johns church Detroit Blsbdp Tuttle of Missouri presided The Rev James G Mlnnlgorode was one of the attending presbyters Did you buy your way to your pre eat position of political prominence Certainly I did answered Sen ator Sorghum If there Is anything I hate its a deadhead Washington Star GET your buggy carriage and wagon repaired by Aldrldge 25 years experi ence Horse shoeing by George San dusky All work guaranteed H D Aldrldge The government carries the names of about 10000 boys between 14 and 10 on its pay roll Most of them are employ ed special delivery messengers Bullets that fall to penetrate pasteboard three Inches In thickness will past through a fiveinch plank A Fair Exchange Charles M Schwab like most men of wealth gets Innumerable letter asking him to subscribe to charities When Mr Schwab It assured of a charity usefulness bo subscribes but often of course ho has to refuse to give to charities about which he it dublout Not long since Mr Schwab received a letter from a stronger In London Knowing all do your generosity this atraLger wrote I have put ou down for a c40 or 2200 tubtcrlptlcn our miners widows fund Christmas Is approaching and we have proposed to give n fowl and n pudding to etch minors widow on CbrUtmts eve la this good work your donation will help largely tur acnwatx replied to the stranger as follow Though I know nothing of you or your fund I respond gladly to the call pod make upon me I too wn Interested la charity similar to yours It Is an AmerWn charity und since it tandi In need of funds fora Christ men treat I have not hesitated to put you down for a subscription of 200 to it THUS no money nced pass between us MATRIMONIAL B F Brown and Miss Nannie Oaks were made one yesterday Brent C Yuung of Somerset and Mite Nora Baker of Wellston Mo were married at St Louie Dr L E Williams of Columbia wilt be married to Mils Minnie Depp of Glasgow on Thursday February 0 Walter Jordan and Miss MlnnleCum mint were joined heart and hand at Preacbersvtlle yesterday The bride a daughter of Mr W H Cummins the wealthy Preacher vl11e merchant W C Cummins and Miss Ollle New land both of the Prcachcrsvllle section were married at tho brides home yes terday The groom IB eon of Mr W H Cummins and It a fine young man His bride Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs U F Newland and Is both popular and pretty The marriage Is the cul mination of a courtship of even years and there Is every reason to be- lIeve it will be a happy one The Revised Version The queen of hearts She made some tart All on a winter day She had a moodIFor breakfast food So stuffed them full of hay I The king of hearts He called for tare And took a bite of course Then to his queen He cried la spleen Am t jour king a hort Tbeklng of hearts He threw the carte Upon the Dilseo flair The queen JUst rules She never foots With jooklojr any mere htciun Chronicle Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of land a two tory front 7 room cottage Till house la new A splen dId garden orchard There Is a large and themill on a good crusher dam Is In good repair and the natural power is great economy in running the milk Is lafloes a business Everything good repaIr and hat all necessary outi ings The owners only reason for selling le the rush of other buslneu fie he bee ex tenIve terming Interests to look after This property Is on tbe Hunglrr Fork about miles from Stanford and can ho bougbtat- a bargain for further particulars address Q Thurmond Lytle Kyor- L U Hughes l- yINDIGESTION I was troubled with stoma ch trouble Thedfordi Dlack goodintors medicine I took In rearMae 8ARAH L BUIIIFIELD EllatUTille Ind Thedfordi Block Draught quickly invigorates the ac and cures even chronic cases of indigestion If you will a dose of Thed fords Black Draught occasionally you keep your perfect THEDFORDS lACKDRAW More sickness is caused by constipation than by any other disease Thedfordi BlackDraught not only relieves constipation but cures diarrhoea and dysentery and keeps tho bowels regular All dniffcliti sell 2t cent package BlackDraught cine to regulate the bowels I have ever usedMRSA M GRANT Sneads Ferry N 0- COfl5TIPATI1 J a wenlaL I 1 Space And Money Needed I llltt+ f+ + HHIH +HH ++ To accomplish this get the Space and Money Quickly I know of no better W Y than to make it to your interest to help do it The RIGHT PRICES usually sell the goods If you can save a dollar why not do it We can save it for you now if youll let us Ky Hockor Hooteca reduced from 85 to 84 palest Mike boots reduced from 81160 to 8275 Water Ring high top rubbers and aliocs S800 to S2 2C Knil Routl boot rubber lined calf 8400 to SIJOO Edolins hoot rubber lined tilt 84CO to 8800 Full Stock Kip Hoot 8250 to 8175 t Slish Split Hoot solid as iron 8200 tJ 8176 to 8128 Ibotew n lbw pairs 8 100 to 200 Walk Over AIusKn oall show henry to 278 Walk Over Emtmol show hoavy solo 8400 to 8800 wml fleeced 3100 to 7lia cotton BOc to 26o to Ice hoya 25o to 15c Mnns 1U 81750 to 811260 4 Mens loft 815 to A fbv cheap old stock 810 to W Boys work coats to 7rc 4 coats and vents i to t75 Jcourseny to mention odd c at greatly reduced ber is a will not be charged and you will not ask it J MROBERTS STANFORDI I HAIR IttMM and betuUfit th sate 11ome a Utujunt tA Near fall to Reitorparr to IU YoutbTu Color dM harrwj- rard lrt A S PRICE BurgeonDenttn Stanford Standard oS1O cheaper quality Alteribrwood galSlUJO Wrights undorvvotir Wrights 88c- Hlbbcd J Overcoat QvcqxKiU 11IOvercoats 81 Corduroy sizes Remem this CASH SALE please H PARKERS BALSAM Jlluour MtEot rt Drm Stow IP tks Owi HuUdlns R A JONES DENTIN Stati ford K Office la Myers IIoui Parlor FhonrOI E D Peyton DO AIm IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J H BQONE C CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Ky Good Livery Service at Reasonable Uat i Oall on ui on Depot Street Also Dealers ID Goal NEW LIVERY STABLE SWBUaSE k SOH Prod JUNCTION CITY KY r rirttOlaas Turnout at Reasonable Rates SpecIal AtteDtlon to TrnellDg MeD and Hay For Balit COAL AND FEED We deal in best brands of coal and all kinds of feed Kindly favor us with your orders Phone 118 liuclr IlRoa- Rowland Ky Pruitt Brothers I Undottakors Livery Furnl turn New Goods Just Received Call mid 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 I one of the best tailoring firms In tbe country With my experience in taking measures and directons clothes are hound to be satisfactory your in tills line will bearmany patronsas my me out My s arc the same as inex nerlonced men who are in the business I also a nice line of fancy chulot- and other suiting I will cut and make if you desire at a moderate price Thank leg you for past favor I am yours H C BUPLEY the Tailor 1 ijot Water Bottles At Pennys Drug Store wsaero At this season especially nothing will glee store aeniforl to nn ohl or sick parson than a goal Hot Witter Battle Wel1 furnish you n iiunn ova two jiiart size at SI 8125 or SlAO jet ono nod you will wonder how you rear dribwithout It Pa PENNYS DRUG STOREStanford Ci I As u starter on January 5 1905 we will inaugu r Jrate the grea- tcstCLEARANCESALE a In every JDupartmcnt this and adjoining countios ocr given See small hills The Chas Wheeler Emporium HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY MARKTh-elast resting place of your departed by the erection of a suitable onestLet it be of exclusive and artistic design best material and of perfect workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monuments t Markers and Tablets of Marble and Granite in Central Kentucky Lettering donet by pneumatic tools None better None cheaperWM ADAMS a SON Lexington Ky w TRADE WITH t McCORMACK PEACOCK HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY r 1 cbJ cr x= r 0 CENTSA splendid value in n yardwide blench cotton regular prIco Gc12J CFNTS For n rent sheer nainsook ns good as you usually see nt 15 C lttJOlher grades up to 25o 5 and 10 CENTS At above prices wo show J5 dillbrent patterns in Hamburg Edgings and Insertions 2 to 0inch deep 10 CENTS 25 new Spriug90 05 Iutturns in Zephyr Gingham col ors fast Sumo special styles and colors for mens shirts null boys wniete 74 CLN15For a fine long cloth finish yard vido bleach cotton usual lytold for Do 5 CJ THAItrl for choice of n beautiful lino of Torccliou Lagos and Insertions not the usual chenp eluHiold at this price but patterns that would bring 10c L SEVERAIQCEw illE Id1ucrORD KYt 7JAN 27 Igor n FUNNYS Cream ol Violet with Cu comber Jolly and Wttoh Html dl1 Mebuy rtume l wilti vioiat po qn IUUi IIf will oool heal acd soothe t u klo Tbw loiloa colii bleach or detroyttOO eomplcxIOtiA uelul after bulnlr Prtenveryl0 StuneenU bottle Pn0yi Drug Stanford Ky RSONA star Mil W 0 MUBLLEII hat been quiteI old Miss LAURA CAHTBU has a deepI IDOltN IMnMil W O SrrEU has been oonlinod w 10 hU room for toveral days CAl J W lien uoN of Carllsit with his ad triood Mr N W Fowls MK8 BAtMB SUIIMAS Ot Urn lie WM Ibe guest of Mr W O toUt VU LIAM NOLAN of the Eu banks Milw I yiny with pneu RKlola MR AND MRS RMUBTTOTUAYLOR Are rajololot over the arrival ot a 10 pound boy LYTM Of DOUSMB ANU MRS yule pAMed up to IMCUburR Wedoe day to ipeod a few day Till D uKhter of tho Coafadoraoy W A TrlbbjeMMwill meet flth Wednesday afternoon at 230- JCDOKT M OW8LBV Ot Nth IIU arrived In time to attend the burial o fall BrandDipper Mr Mllur Mn CAHML U WOODS rewraed to 10 Cincinnati yaterdar afHir d vult to his motber Mrs Adella Woud Miss SUS ltOUT will co to Ltxlne too Sunday to take a poilllon at bookkeeper le the Byle Fruit Store jfixiBlt O WARREN and 11r J S thU week look Booker were at London tog nfwr the Cumberland Valey Land Co builn- JKSSK AUSTIN sad wife bAY roturo ed from a pears ojourn at St Paul lIon and have been guest of Col and MM Lftnbam MISSES CLARA AND FUANCf8 COOLER attended thi ball and banquet at the opening of Hotel Wcatherford Hudonvllle last night EID JosEiii SEVERANCE of New town and Mr Sam Severance of Lex Inifton are here to attend the burlap ol their aunt Mla Enlo Warren Mn A A WAHUEN wife MU Vir S ginia and Mr Ernest Warren of Mid dlciboro aro here to attend tho burial of the former Iater111e Et1Ia War- reD Mil W K MANIKK sod wife of Nathvllle oDd Mrs W P Walton sad too William of Lexington came to attend the burial of Mr Marv J Miller Mil G M GIvYN8 loft Wednesday r for Mobile Ala to vlait his coo Mr R H Olvenc who le doing tplendldly In his adopted home Ue will not re turn before Spring TUB Somerset Journal prints a good picture of Mr Harvey Sloan one of best men Tbo clover iron U a staunch friend of this papor 1Iulalld man In every respect M REYNOLDS of Wayne hero thus weak Ho a8 be has decided to remain a member of the firm of Tho Reynolds Co and doe not wish to buy a farm as ho some p ago thought be did Mu ARTHUR A OIUBLT of Louis vllle has arrived to take Mr Frank Leas poiltlon in Penny Drug Store next1weelcN MrlllJHarris aod pretty daughter came over s from Turnenvlllo and spent Sunday with ble parent Lancaster Record hilirelldebadly The accident detained him Irom hit work a day and a half but hale now all right Mr H R Camnltz was quite tick a day or two of last weekAdalr New M It U V ROUT has been quite itck Miss MARY Puiiui3 oontlnuaa gull lck- MJSSMAKIK MAIIONY it at homo from Georgetown College MRS Louis LAtctiRAM of Laneat Hr wne here today returning from LouUylllo MR WILL PitiLLU3 who hurt btl band while hauling n sat tbo other day U In a critical ooodtilon from- blood pUontog MESSRS 8 R LACKCV of Gallatin Tenn and W S Rowland und John MrsIA GOOD plow collar for 7e J 0 MoOlary GROUND for rent Romp sort pasture Nancy Vnndevcer Two second band job presses for tale Write thl oRioo for particulars SILAS MOSS barn near Hubble burr ed Tuesday causing a toes of about II 200 LOST A black doge lap robe bitwion town and Miaetery JO Mo Olarr FOR uteanfresh took at Dry Good and a nice reeidenceln Star lord Ky John P Jooe POULTRY NTiuWill pay lie for good turkeys lie for chickens H 0 Nortboutl Stanton Kv Tar grain firm of Q A 0 Marks bury t Son of Lancaster has our binm for a beautiful calendar FOR SALt My cottage In Crab Orobird Five rooms ball outbuild Togs Kverythlng new II D Camp bill rOIDIC BNUCnla your hemp de livered In Stanford and will guarantee MlMaoilon Ie uradlec Saa him at W H Qlfgln A A CKUTCfirmLD II now oirrrln the mall bern tbls place nod King vlllo Let him Barry your oaekaga II you have one for anybody on his route WANTED 100000 Mink and Skunk sklna and other fur at extremely high place Address A K Ourkbardt In ternational Fur Merooant Cincinnati Ohio TUB county committee met yeitorday to make some dl polllon of the contctt In the berlir race but adjourned un ill Tuesday without doing anything worthy of mention W Clockiand re paired Sktltfactlon guaranteed Dla mond Silverware and Jewelry told on small per coot Office at residence on Luclter street RobtFunzels IRS W M DmaUTand Mlu Flor once Cobb Myers have issued Invlti lions to meet Mrs W Phelps Cobb at the formers home on Danville Street from 2 to a oclock Tueedav afternoon next A NEW train la to beput on tblt division of the Llet N before many moons wax and wane and n big change of schedule will follow U is probable we are told that the Kentucky Contra train will run on to Lebanon TilE coldest weather of this winter was experienced Wednesday morning when some thermometers registered as low as 10 bolow zero It was very cold again yesterday while this morning wasnt so warm the mercury standing at 20 from 6 to 8 oclock Mn n J MORO IRRTSthe clovers gents furnisher doublet his already good advertising space In this paper thereby showing hit exalted opinion of tbo I J as an advertising medium Read his ad this and each subsequent issue It will be time profitably spent OUR good friend Mr M D Hughes and Mr Jacob Joseph have formed a partnership in the merchant tailoring business In Lancaster Heros hoping they will make a suit of clothes for ev every man and boy In Garrard and a law for those who live In adjoining counties THE residence on Danville Avenue occupied by Mr George P Bright and family caught Ore under tho hearth about 830 Wednesday evening and the Ore alarm was sounded The boys re ipooded quickly but Mr Bright and his neighbors had blaze extinguished before they arrived Some Strong Bidders for January Purchases SON STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL SI MANAGER WRAY will have new telepone guide out In a trw days ON account ol the ODld weather und to much siekans the nieriatnmsat to bare boa glv n oy Miner Mary Big IIDI dad alary ftUsdoDarts at tba Graded Sahool Auditorium this even lug bat ben postponed until Tutrday evening next 3Ut Tee program which la a moot Interesting one ap pears on our tirtl pale MUCLLUK lre Mueller wile ol Mr W a Mueller the jeweler died suddenly about 5 oclock yesterday eve ning of near trouble aged 47 Sbo came with her husband mom Peoria III about three year ago and had Her1llIonIud tne tvae born in England where our mother now lives A brother o- f1lr Mueller resides In Chicago and tae ead lutuiilkcoce was wired mm lat night She was a modest kind boar ed goad woman and wai greatly belov ed by tbOee who knew tier well Moth er lure one lived fur her husband uuu children Etta and Lillian and In luru the had their complete confidence mu undivided lure Tne Ions of this hn band and little daughters Is lodged a severe one and great sympathy l I fell for tbem Friends are doing all In their power to assuage their grlel wblob ts piteous to bebuld Tbe burial wilt take place In Buffalo cemetery to morrow alterooon at 2 oclock alter short carvjcas at the grave by Rev O M Duey IIIdeadthe ears ol her many friends yesterday morning It vas a shock to tbem for even those who knew ol her Illness did not deem her condition 10 alarming She bad bnen rlnce last Friday and It le thought that grip which ended In pleurisy caused her death Miss Warren was a daughter of the late Mr James R Warren and was a wont ex cellent cbrlttlao woman Far a nutn bit of years the had been a saleslady In Severance Son store and bet lOP ularltv was shown by ihegreat number of people who preferred her to wait on them Of a cheerful disposition tbo nude Irlendt ol all with whom she came to contact cad tbo announcement of her untimely death will carry sorrow to many a heart She U survived by a brother Mr A A Warren ol Mid dlcsboro and two sisters Misses Maria and Emma Warren the former being onlru hull lstrr Tho devotion of these sisters and brother was mot beautiful and the surviving ones are al most heartbroken over their loss Her nepbewi Messrs Will Joseph Albert and SsmSvorvnce loved Aunt Hun as they called her dearly and they aro deeply grieved now tbatsbe has gone from thorn At the home on East Main street at 230 tale afternoon Eld Joseph Severance will read a few verse from the Bible and offer a prayer alter which the remains will be burled In Buffalo cemetery MILLER Mrs Mary J Miller one of the oldest and best women of this section died In her room In thi Veranda Hotel at 0 oclock Wednesday night after a protracted Illness of a complication of troubles She was the widow ol Col Thomas W Mlllor who died In 1801 and bad she lived a few days longer the would have been 80 years old Mrs Miller was a laugh ter of Col Hooker of Madison county and was married when the was 17 One daughter Mrs J S Owgley Sr now deceased was the fruit of this union She bad lived In or near Stan ford most of her long lire and was loved and esteemed by all A warm hearted Godly woman she was admired most by those who knew her ater llngqualltles belt No children are loft to mourn her lou but her grand children and great grendchlldren who loved her devotedly are deeply grieved at her taking away She bad taken a mothers place with the first named and they loved and Booked on her as such Mrs Miller was a member of the Baptist church but her health for a number of years bad been such that Ihecould not attend Its services In her stronger days however she was a valiant worker In the Masters cause At the home of her grandson Mr J S Owaley Jr at 1030 this morning Rev O M Buoy preached a short but appropriate funeral sermon alter which the remains were taken to Buffalo cemetery and laid beside those ol her hutband IT was reported that Dr Will Phil lips of the Walnut Flat section died ol consumption last fftght but we Wire unable to get a cooflfmatlon of It TUB KReal Ettai Ex change t Title Co has for sale two tract ot land lying In the Southern end of Llp nln county near Southern railway One tract consists of 33 acre the other live Bores The owner of this property liven at a distance and wo are Instructed to sell It prlvatelv It mul- go Tbe best bid gets It For further particulars tee or addrctsL R Hughes Stanford Ky HOTKL WEATHERKORD OPENING One ol the twelJell events in the histo ry of gay Hustonvlllo was the opening of Hotel Weatherford Ian evening Mine Host George D Weatberlord wbo had just completed the handsome SISOOO structure threw Its doors open to the public with a big ball and ban quet that will not soon be forgotten bv those who were fortunate enough to bo present and enjoy the genuine hospi tality that none bettur than Mr Weatb erford know how to dispense Tbo ball w is a recherche affair and the light fanuulc was tripped by 30odd couples until about 2 AI Saxton full or cQcetr made eoulstlrrlog music and thou Irom hero who were prevent say It was the most thoroughly enjoyable hop In years Those wbo attended from Stanford were Mr Tbproas H Sbanka and Miss Tevls Carpenter Mr Forest1 S McQIary and Miss Katherine Baugh man Mr James F Brady and Miss Al ma Reynold aDd Mr W S Burcb The banquet was a thing of beauty and a j IY while It lasted Six elegant courses were splendidly served and mortal man never tat down to a more delightful repast It was a most happy occasion and the 160 or 200 people who enf eyed it are under lasting obligations to genial George Weatherlord notooly one of tho but howl men In Central Kentucky but one ol tbo very cleverest Here and There In Florida a larnjer bU wllo and their lour children were murdered sod their home burned Fire last night destroyed the Smith Hotel at Augusta The flames spread toadiolnlng property More peaceful conditions ere restor ed at St Petersburg and It U believed that the backbone ol the hoe been broken dllturbancoI The weather was lOll nil over the country last night Tralllo waa hank Into nearly Its normal activity In New York yesterday llv surrendering to a magistrate BrtMtbltl men Indicted on the charge of complicity In the Cockrlll murder temporarily blocked the service of bench warrants Tbe House yesterday passed the Wells bill providing for the selection ol the Hunt property as the stj lor the now Caoltol The bill did nut receive a majority of the votes of all the mem bars however and as It directs that it portion of the money appropriated for the building of the Capitol shall be applied to the purchase ol the site a question has been as to whether It can properly be enacted by n mere majority of those voting eNOTICE I I nm now ready to let contracts for the Ditching of Turnpikes In this county Title Jan M 1905 A 0 DUNN Supr Jack and Stallion Sale Wo will bold our flst jack and stallion salts at Union Stock Yards Lexington tho third work In February following tho Tat tersnU sales Write us entry F COOK ft CO Lexington Ky WANTED I Turkeys Ducks Geese and Chickens Highest cash market price II B NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky JACK SALE I Fox Logan will hold their annual Jack salo at Danville Thursday March S 1903 Open for entries They as good a Jack sale last year us was eter held In the ted States FARM FOR SALE As agent of W T Stone I will on Monday February lath 1005 countycourt day In Stanford HY sell to the highest unless sold privately before that day the farm on Illver known at the W T Btone Bald land adjoin the lands of James Robinson George and Laban Withers Inquire for descrip tion of J R Owslev or W Stono- J B OW8LEY Agent Stanford Ky 29nml 25 CENTS 25 patterns in skirt flouncings and corset cover pat terns inches deep Embroidery 20 nnd 25c These are exceptional VilltlCS T and 10 CENTSFur special drives in Pearl Button Buttons in these worth up to 20c 8110 CENTSFor n 12yard bolt of tine Berkley Long Cloth 10 CENTSFor choice of it beautiful tine of wheat patterns in Norman dy Vnl Luceg Those wear well and the patterns aro new CENTS12 patterns 15 inches wide line skirt flouncing embroidery a regular 50c article 25 CENrSFor six spools Clarks 0 N T Spool Cotton Great Reduction In Winter Suits eotm ass esese To cut stock down before Spring Goods jl- rrle we offer S850 Suits at 5f0 10 Suits at 850 1250 Suits at 950 15 Suits at 1150 1750 Suits at 1250 1he patterns arc attractive and the styles arc the ncwcbt This is an opportunity to clothe yourself at a saving of several dollops CUfiniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky Till BARGAIN STORE Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods lrom the Great Bargain Sale of Sweeter Pembrook Co of New York This is an opportunity which seldom occurs Wo advice all who can to como as earlyas possible to attend this the greatest sate wo have ever offeredILadles Furnishing Goods Ladies tailor made suits worth S15 and S20 are on sale at 450 to 750 Ladies uptodate Jackets 85 to 8101 now on sale at 8250 to 84 Ladies and Misuses Skirts worth 8150 up to 85 are now on stile at 98c to 82 48 Ladies corsets from 196 up Latest styles of petticoats from 5Jc up Ladies dress und coarse Shoes at 98c and up Mens and Childrens Furnish- Ings Great lino of Shoes for childrentfrom 15c up liens Dress nUll working Shoes from 98c up liens Cloth ing from 3It suit up hens nice Overcoats from 8250 up liens t Chitdreneup Boys Overcoats from 75c Cluldreulup S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY Jai t- lw t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Enterll in tlte PwtOJJict at Stanford at ucondclau mailer JUUL1MUUU TlBMUAVM ANI 1IIIU Y AT 100 PER YEAR CASH crWhen not so paid 1200 will be charged KNOXVILLE DIVISION No Train join NorthlN I5 Nl2SII II II SoulhM121G am Na25 II pm e UMBRELLAS ltecovered and repaired tnd made almost for a amount I canas good as new Ox your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a FRANK ATKIHS Stanford For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land situated jUlt outside ot town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms klujhen and ser table and all vants room good cellar necessaryaudoneforstock Wuter hydrant In the yard J P11ILE1 Jesse W Sweeney mOPBIETOH Livory Feed and Salo Static Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and oared for Up to date rigs At reasonable rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUQABS P pritr Electric Lights In every room Rclurnlf h 4 sod under enUre New Management Bob the favorite porter meets ill trains farce Well Iiahted Sample Room BD GARTERSuccessor to Bruce tk Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horse a on commission Stock Pens In Connection IMwai Saloon COOD RICE Prors Finest wines whisky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexington famous Blue Grass Beer Case keg and bottled O Brent Soutuwood mixer Ihone 86 Stanford Ky Nice Home For Sale I Having decided tp return to Somerset I otTer for salo privately my home on Eat Main Street In The residence li sixroom cottage brand new bath room and all convenience The lot contain about IK acres of land and tlio home li a most delightful ono For further particu tan call on or write too at Somerset J n Deck or Wm peck at Stanford HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I I desire to sell privately icy hotel property and livery stable In Ing can bo used as hotel or residence and is well arranged for two families 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 rent It and can give pos session on that date ossessfon- of barn It rented or sold separately on Nov 23 louse and barn newly covered Ho tel Is In Graded School district For further particulars call on or address 8 CARPENTER Hustonvllle Ky J+ G+ cG AJ Y UNDEBr AEEShit EMBALMER And Doilearln HARNESS SADDIcEST O Stanford Ky J L Beazley Co J Undertakers EmbalmersandI AIJODIAtanta VurnltureMattIngeRugsThey kinds of Stock Give a call Prices right TAN1TORD KENTUCKY Wedding Birthday And Anniversary Presents t fWIIl evety thing that the heart could desire or fan ey dictate in the way of beautiful remembrances I t Largest Line In Central Ky at Money Saving Prices- i i Fine Watch Repairing and Optical Work a SpecialtyMURRAY flcADAMS Leading Jewelers Danville Ky All parties who owe me will please call promptly Jan 24t 1905 told set tle their accounts I will then be able to express my appreciation in person of past patronage and solicit li continuance of same during tho coming year Will N Craig M D Pharmacist Phone No 13 Stanford Kentucky Buy your Drugs Stationery Etc during 1905 of IW B McRoberts DRUGGISTSTANFORD And Save Money t Help the President In All That Is Good Says Bryan William J Bryan was tho guest of houorat a dollar banquet given In Warner flail New Haven Conn Mr Bryan made It an occasion for Indlcat tog the reason why the democratic par ty was eo overwhelmingly defeated In tho last campaign and alao stated what seemed to him signs of promise for a democratic victory In the next presi dential campaign Taking away the personal popular ity of Mr Roosevelt tho campaign said he there would bo much left In the results to encourage the democrats For a quarter of a century tho government has been farthor and farther from the people and boss rule and corrup tlon have been Increasing But It was a good sign that the Independent voter asserted himself In the last election And I havo been surprised atovldencea of help that the radical element Is Rot ting since that election We have found persons whom we did not suspect of such a tendency helping along ROod democratic trays When I wa Invited recently to speak before the Senate of that corruptionridden Indiana I preached good democratic doctrine on two texts ono taken from the mes sage of the outgoing republican governor and the other from the message of the Incoming republican governor And Indiana Is one of the most corrupt States with all due deference to the pride you have In yoelt own Connecticut Some one here tonight asked me how Tolstoi could lire In Rusila and preach his doctrine of reform Per haps It Is because he could nowhere else find such excellent ground to study tyranny and despotism Wrong as It develops brings la own remedy and In this country within the next four years will come the movement to bring back the power to the people In President Roosevelt himself there have been symptoms of reform that I for one had no suspicion of I scanned his conduct and did not believe that reform was to be expected from him But since election bo has done several things Pint he announced that ho would not again bo a candidate for the presidency That gave him Independ once I read In his message bis views about publication of campaign contrl butions That will do more than any thing else to clean up campaigning Then he recommended more power for tho Interstate Commerce Commissio- nI want the Democratic party to for got Itself and to help the President carry out whatever Is rood If we help him and he does not succeed ho will nevertheless help us eduate the peo pIe as we could not alone And then we can make a stronger fight four years hence II sLAND STOCK CROPS ETC J W Simpson t Garrard sold a lot of corn at 12 25 at the crib Lincoln Wells of Yosemite bought 16000 etavee of W G Elliott of Ottenbalm William Moier sold T W Butchl son a pair of horses fort 5 and bought of him a horse for 1122 60 More than llOOdelegates represent log 13 States were present at the opec Ing session of the Southern Interstate Cotton Convention In New Orleans A New Jersey hen recently diedat the ago of 14 years She was a Plym lutb Rock Besides being a prize lava she had hatched out moro than 30 goods of chicks- J B Cold well is probably the luck est farmer in ibis section with his 005 lamb crop Mr Caldwell had SO owe and from these hq received 118 amba during the present month He pas lost only 0 and says he will come out ahead this yearAdvocate Contracted Chronic Diarrhoea While in the Philippines While with the U S Army in the lillipplnes I contracted chronic dlar hoca I suffered severely from thin erriblo disease for over three years and tied the prescriptions of numerous physi clanslbut found nothing that did me any good until I tried Chamberlains Jollc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy two small bottles of which entirely cured me and I have since had no return of the ieeasoilerman Stein 212 N Union Lye Pueblo Colorado For sale by all rugglttaWe I baby will make a great politician tWhyy Well to crawls out of everything ao easily Puck- Spoiled HerBeauty Harriett Howard of 209 WHlth street New York at one time had her beauty polled with skin trouble She writes I had Salt Rheum of Eczema for years nit nothing would cure it until 1 used ucklens Arnica Salve A quick and lure healer for cuts burns and sores 25c at Pennys Drug Store and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Ky Ayes of grew moo oft remind us II we only owned u trust We could squeeze each smaller dealer Till bod pay our price or bust- Princeton Tiger The Kentucky mountaineer who trade ed his wife for an accordion evidently musicElizabethtown t KILLS GERMS OF CATARRH Hyomel Goes to the Root of the Disease and Makes Aston Ishing Cures Catarrh cannot be cured by the ust of pills liquid medicines nnd socalled eye- tern tonici Under such treatment the ormi of the disease will still live in the air passages and Increase and multiply Hyomei la the only scientific aad thorough way to cure catarrh Killing the germs in the air passages it enters the blood with the oxygen destroys the mi arches in the blood and cflectually drives from tho system all traces of catarrhal poisonThousands of testimonials have boon given at to the astonishing cures made by this remedy Mrs Le lendu 70 Western avenue Cleveland Ohio writes I believe Hy omelsaved my life I am better now than I have been In 30 years Many doc tore both In England and Franco treat edjuo for catarrh but I was not cured till I found Hyomei Probably the strongest evidence that can be offered as to the powers of Hyo mei to cure catarrb la the fact that Penny will agree to refund the money If you say Uyomci has not cured you The complete Hyomei outfit costa but 81 consisting of an inhaler dropper and sufficient Hyomei to last several weeks This will ell ct a cure in ordinary eases but for chronic and dccpeealed cases of catarrh longer use may be necessary and then extra tattle ol Hvotuei can be obtained for 50- eSickening h Shivering Fits Ague and Malaria can bo relieved and cured with Electric Hitters Thus la a pure tonic medicine of etpcoUl benefit In malaria for it exerts a true curative In licence on the disease driving it entirely out ot tho system It la much to be pro ferred to quinine having none of this drugs bad after etlucte E S Munday of Henrietta Tex wrlteay brother was very low with malarial fever and Jaun dire till he took Electric litters which saved hla life For sale at Pennys Drug Store and by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Ky Price SOc guaranteed Rex McDonald of MUiourla great show horses told at Columbia Mu recently for 13000 Before we were married you said I was the light of your eves Yes Well I see now I was mere ly dizzied Stomach Troubles and Consti pationC- hamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets me the bolt thing for stomach troubles and constipation I have ever sold tIaya J R Cullraan a druggist of Potlervile Mich They are easy to take and always give satisfaction I tell my customer to try them and It not satisfac tory to come beck and get their money but hue never had a complaint For ute by all druggists The Schoolsd at Wabash Ind has decreed that plain sewing must be be taught In the W basb public schools Boys must sow ae well ia the girl r An agreeable movement of the bowels ithcut any unpleasant effect la produced by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by nil druggists A Todd county farmer was killed by the oxploilon of a shell a Civil War relic n RtB Mahony insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in counties of n lncoln and- lasey who may be seeking Insurance against biro Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLino Companies represented and the low ret possible rates are guaranteed Phone b 2 Stanford Kentucky POSTED We whoso names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tres passing on our places and will prosecute to the full extent of the law Charles Ensilln J II McAllster Mrs Kate Ador Kclcheuhnch Urns Fred VonOruonlgan Albert VonOruenlgan Bred VonAHinan Fred llaitmaiin Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Hattie II Howes E Itelchenbach Charles Cummins Jos Ilallou A 0 Dunn 8 Holmes W E Amon W R Daugherty M J Iloflman M D Rlmore Peter W Oartor J Nerlo Oarter J E Bruce W K Bhomtker Thomas Ferrlll Green Kerrlll F J Conn a First National Baulk Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Intltutlbn was originally established as the Deposit Hank In IiJi then rear anleed as the National Rank of Stanford in 1881 and again reorganised as the First National flask of Stanford la 1112 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact Ing bulne e promptly and well than ever before In Its honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited IUNoLNcACOUNTY NATIONAL BANK STOCK SJSOOOO Olrectors J n Iaiton J H Owiley 8 II Shanks W 0 Walker Oeo W Garter j II Foster L 0 Oooeli wit Cumtn W M llrlcht It L Hubble w Shaaki soon Farmers Hank A Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange S Company Stanford Ky lremoatdi erns of unlwpevd tauol roealTMo IHniIlM train HutlM oa Iron MoHQUln rMto Will sell or tithing tJr liropcljln lJooolaeouut- No Umall farm uteri ertles from bun ford llo Mol fourfooJ stems back porch end I hnada load Urn set other build 101 In coo Out Ip six 0 Ui well fnw1 0 wets In 1U11Illoa on atlID fruit tlMl r1 la Cra Bought atwmmtwlorsiii at bargln aDd ra taMklst bargain QOM tuKboi sod rburth lace1pwrare land JJalniB sola for f aDd six Tbiti a bfJII- DNoIIAfIII 011 acts In Cawy eeuay Ky One sod baifstory I41U f six ns pedbatsaodIbroulbuIWIDEL Nety sun la sires Irult truss Me- L well en tue Bty rued iM W bercBM abel cu lfk only fees- Ne H5r 8KT Meal and Ur tart Iocs tdlnlVrrawiiif Kr r M IM LYk i tatWlbaUrrof the ol KMUMkf ran- rarvteeofrralarfteala IklckSMM lean Itloot la six kH Uw Jw Ie Mw laertb eI SMTS nest r llioa4 It Mrveitrf vllkli Ihir said rrloen1 h ifmHr emttiti It olktc TIU psket sear errhseL tt easy tent Na eeA nice to ry rtfkl tw tar ilwtlllDg In SUnfonl IlasIwohalts gw Paella- with eacretfbur goulasNo wail la tlleba Rlllno hkk rrbbs for 141stsale TbdwftUanaulltrIIrI 1 hs pap- erty U la gouJ niulrtbd un be e1 for lltae No II ta S7l blugfw lard 10 Uomln evunif Two taryProuwwntvsWer- I unsut bouwe bOla room let ctr SitI had auxk and alt albs nwr nry outhulMlip sll 10 rajah Crow to church nboji patuNe- ralirwdetsdtngts1 De4gBberl oi t 40u Mm 10 oultlTstloa flat in Irati and timber etc This 10ilMl country bouts u all eanrsnteOM on plaro csln etc Well waUrol wttb M nrer laumi fi sir IrleaoasWs- Nast90 sue oriinJnnmil from 8orarr rl Kyrutlns Tei BelJa Folly eta In culilva tlon 44 urn In pailurr Slams In timber Pant lot conlalns Mf en nmnit lanw Urn and all nee build Inc 10 ipltn dlryoubuNelletntn Sl 1026lGOatra count Eat lilt ulteetrom rallroaJ and tolls roc Arkanui deer een0ty stwaof laml li river bottom II BratclaM land soil la fiua TbUlaod U for salt or xchange No 61A farm of JOOacro In Lincoln county dlllo 1 barns aad other ou- tbulldl0peachhwwbaroetcIlaotths cynic of sera All on from church school sod and well watered This la a oodtobstroHann and would suit two or Ibre fimlllM that luljht want to tome Iroia the lame Irlr reasonable No 69 Twoilory framdweglogof sit rooms two ballnrands to welt at dour and otnei Demur outbuildings Ala large Ua knnllh ahpr OiMandaheJl lull length of shop end fret wide This propertywill lx sold at a tery low price No eA farm ol m acres four wile from HUD rord on bap ilk In Ilia county well watered am + urv outbuildingsAplsndldbluglararm and only ZUulnuteadrlT from county trat nl Bnl larm adjoining this has tKunllj refused f U Mr sore We oSr Ibis at 117W No Jttfty acres near Ilea ant Point Ky Iran noute 6 ream and porch llama and other outbuilding Stens ln cultivation real In lim tier Well watered aw yard sum poatotBcuachool and rbunhi lays well pike and In com rlee No 132JI aerann f toll or Cub Orchard Ky Brick dwelling broom two tenant boum two bun well and aprlng near dwelling Farm In high ataU ol culll atlon 140 acres river bottom land good fencing fruit tie 1rlc WJSO an acn farm at IHshUnJ welllmprov ej wellwatertd etc Irice hvu- ueaaesoflanddnJametown rod south of Dunnville too acres In cultivation tj acres In timber and rulln vn large new frame dwelt ing atw an old dwelling on place A new barn and two old ones itusell watered ant the fencing U good On public road Price tino Also a 30 barrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Salt River Steam now up to dute in every mrtlcuUr tOO good dwell log with Improvements and acres of line laud close to Southern railroad Irlce l0 If 00 sires of land near Junction Cltycutln seven fleldi ZSacrMln cultlvalton nllo grat1 oke JUuo orchard and ore of In Iralo hrbora In Kentucky Welller Irty sold jftuo pound o- fprgmliltyear Clef to and churches A twostory six room frame dwellinglgood barn cribs etc all lu goo1 rtpair AUo 11 acres of Florida land In Mann vlllo Ou rill rOl1d street through place leaving 6 micros on one side with 3story 5 room house and orange punches porn plumy grajicn nil bearing and 0 acres n other side with 0 room oneotorv house or huge leaCbeJlean plums grnpcs bear Ing the micros for 81600 and the S acres for fl too A Ilullltt county Ky farm of 100 itcres with good 2story house metal roof burns water etc 110 acres of timber that will make ties staves barrel timber Ground will grow wheat corn tobacco otC onlY 85000 K cash II nee has 500 fruit tree 171 acres 11 mile lUrdstown Junction Dullltt county Ky 130 acres cultivated balunco In timber good three room house with hall now log barn smoky house wood house line well good springs nnd running water two orchards three room tenant housu Is u beautiful farm and productive cheap for106C012000caeh balance In ono two end three 12S acres three mlle of Wllllsburjf Nab IngtoncountItyitsacrolcultivated 0 acre In teru orchard liS story six room frame house veranda cribs wood house smoke house hen house school on the farm This Is a good farm wortU the money 5J500 11350 cash balance one mind two years Officers J s IIOOKFlt PreiBT lUmil V Ires J J McHOUKUTS Ohr W II WEAHKNAutClir 1 Directors V Iteld Danville s T Harris StanforJ r J Crocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney a1 n Klmore 9 II Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J II Ilauxhman Stanford J Iettus Stanford KJ Carter Stanford Officers e n SHANKS Iretlditt W M IlIitOHTOaehlsi WQ WAIKKK Asit Osihtir Title I on lNowulka In klUben and faulty rnoio Oul Kara sod aU Dar ouibotWtoge 11ace well f1sad In good rpalt lieutu eDt eot MM sad U whalpreporlr sew aad we only ask R55 for Iks i4aMKna ollltln CaN musty Two t tory frani Ulof Iwu fuoj other ombutlJIofi In Iooj re OnlMvlM lokM 1111NoA sew two try a room frsw dwHIU and 1l- IlIjflalr41uaiU lures ted ether wr el Toad i4 UfcMsa Udweb wateredtin UprIrk This Is a di slrsMt MM ldos Ii 6hl aestwqDwellegsad bIWIgs 1a euf nisi IsaldIIlo- eelabd ha good egslurhoulbw to aoaool IlfolI g e t liar and U aw paw Nstw hale welt sd spritg Pweaag CheapplwpdaeNo If WSb aare of laoj sear gab Ihekaid sheep Ne1 Twedefy Inwdwaking7raas hats YewsIagoalrnalro HKarmr IGe a m iltwiir nvar KlelI- II Ky m tmt la cultivation M la iiwtrml lagriMi well watered tae goml Lars and slbse oat trtrlr nIIRC wrrtllv ly new II wChla ku iaNa of lhrrw burckct school 1oWXs sad C dcpat lrOIitUY lies 1dknd aunty rust sad le the moat Iral- ttlarln tbatarctlon Wi wilt aell the whole turn Ion n iw or la parcel uf sal la than M isle to sullpurcbawr TblaiseerWolycheap property tNoll 1wilinzerl room with M acre lead loMonland Stoat barn and necessary oiilhulkd legs 2welt In yard pleodlU orehard and aem 10 Immellattuusslonlrtcelepdie UNlln addreCatral Kentucky Real tUtaU Ki Chang TltUCb WsynesburtKaDaetalp byaeretNo K llouusnd Diearrpaof land In JIcKlD ney Ky Nevnpary oulbulldlnira Kenelng goal ayIermeNo 7129 errs ot1 lands sit rooms two tory dwelling well watereduodtenting li Ibo auburba of the oily ot Suafon dOlt to IradrlMhoiil and churches This U a detirable bow lrlos reasonable No174room fnwroltgand on arc o land In Kl0 nude Ky largo barD amok boss ratrlrlMNo 7uTo sera ol land two Ior front tot late seen room hall eta Houw new a 1sal ganleu sod splendid orchard ol IV acra fencing gaol IwoalablM bUllY kouw aiuvie bouM ele sued well oa pfI l aln soul mill oa IL plow a g od crusher In will It la run by nat ural lower whkb h a grrat e nouy and lb data It In good repair Wilt Mil the property at a low ngur or unit ytorndfronting street hl trout hotel up stairs suita ble furtive tog 2 nleecottaga nicely furnlihed t na eretl and palntel rooms and veranda each A larve darn on same lot used as IhtleIabl Oofei Iro acant by Otest deep All ot this prolart liln tendon Ky InOlleYloprior r month On amount of health of hit wife xcbangfurNo tt nice four room cottage water la kitchen A good barn coal bout etc and a good garden Prlc1fl0 JIo ItAmall lien of IS acres of good land located Ioe to town 1rlic 260 325 acres In Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about 60 acres cultivated about 123 In timber and grass and about In grass Timber on place Is cut to IS stingbethe place twice over A large part Is fenc cd There are tour dwellings of rooms entail and one store of two stories with rooms above has wells and springs of water Is In 2 miles ot county seat end crows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 12200 One haif cash countyKypotterthetodate roller mill with burr for corn and meal bolt The onjln Isof jyears runs H acres with tan mill Including what Is with the house of 6 rooms All for dSSO or 15 500 for tho mill and 14 acres One halt each fNoThere Is no section of country which often so many opportunities for prcfitatl MKiltfitly desctlbeJatI rrl Is now Pros perity Valley The limber II mote valu piefromdlmlnlihlnc are constantly Increasing their pur chaies of timber lands In th When the lim her It removed the land Is une U4ld for agricultu ral purposes It will produce a ball of cotton to the senor will grow any other kind of crop raised In andIvesme title U perfect and the man who buys Delta farm mJ timber lands at present prices Is making an In vestment that he will never regret This land Is Jl vlJed Into tracts ranging Iron 40 cries to the tract tiTOOO acres loth tract and prices from II per acre fl6 per acre according to location etc We authorlied by the company who owns Iheelands lo tote that as other parties are considering the purchase of These lands that we offer these tracts sub sal withdrawal from mulcts or change notltedheyfor the purchaser to make an bnvecfl anon About a000 acres of Ibis land has been toll Ih Corn panrIince we received this option Ior further par rstout once