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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL j 1Vall XXXII STANFORD Kt TUESDAY JANUARY 81 1905 3 P M NO 99 I PREACHERSVILLE Mint Lucy Massey closed a most In teresting school Friday at the Uobbs icbool house Thoie who received prizes were MI s Alpha Naylor ol tbo eighth grade Willie Anderson of the alxtb grade After appropriate tongs by the school the puplU received a nice treat of fruit and candy Both teach or and pupils deserve much credit for their untiring effort for advancement during the term Mrs M 0 Kennedy received a telegram from ndlanapolli slating that her brother Gene Sutton had been se rlouily Inlurcd by being caught In a drive wheel lie had to have bU right hand taken off but la In u fair way to recovery Potu Jesse Traylor U much Improved Mr Dn Naylor U very low with stomach trouble The used Mr Sutton U very low and out expect cd to live James Thompson U much Improved Richard Pettui Jr Is out fering from frostbite At tho residence of Mr not Mr T D Cummins on the opening of tht 91tb Mr W C Cummins and Mite 0 Ito J Newland were united In mar riage Mr Cummin the only son of W II Cummins and le a young mat whom everybody HUM and respoots and In fact le splendid fellow A klndtr i and more Raearous heart than hie ntv er treat In llDybodyabreast The bride U a daughter of Mr a P NlluI4I of Collar Crtek and is one of Lincoln county popular young ladle Being of a cheerful disposition and U Indeed an exception and a model character We- sI wish them a long and happy life together At the same time nod place Mr t r Walter Jordan and Miss Minnie Cum mini wore united In wedlocks holy bond Mr Jordan hat been In our imldn for nearly two year his lather P Jordan being sent hero a f pastor of the M K church Mr Jor dan Is a bright onergetlo young tune and has by his ootduot won adore of friends MIll Minnie U one of Ir aoh onvlllet prettiest girl and It of a gee tlelovablo disposition Tno e who love her most know her best The writer extends congratulations to both of the young oouplee and wltbee them a bapuv voyage through life and my they ai ways look a lovely a they did OB the nliihl of their wedding Both brides wore dresed to pure white IlIk em hrolded dreuct with Jtwtl gllttonlog In the bright light While a bllmrd raged without all was as bright and lovely within as a Juno day Hoping that their young lives may never feel the adversities of trouble and sorrow we Join their hotof friend In warmest congratulations for their welfare Resolutions ofRospoct HfSTONVILLE UODOK NO 181 P k A M Wherea It has pleated the Great Architect of the universe to re move from our midst our late and elll cleat brother 11 O William laielyof Casey Lodge No 421 be It Resolved by the member of this S lodge that while wo bow with humble submission to the will of the Mot High we do not the less mourn tbo Iou of our brother who hat been called from labor to ret Ueiolvcd that we tender our heartfelt sympathy to the family of our de y cotcd worthy brother In their tad af fliction Resolved that these resolutions be entered upon tho minutes of ibis lodge a copy sent 10 the INTEIUOR JOURNAL and a copy sent to the family of our de ceased brother W M MyerCba Wheeler J W- AileD V Carton committee Denis Mulvlhlll Bridgeport Conn1 v Mayor who was raised from the post tion of a stoker In a sewing machine factory which ha had held for thirty three year to bo chief executive of a city of 82000 Inhabitant has prepared A bill to bo presented to the Connecti cut Legislature which will cut down his salary by onethird Ho now re calve 83000 a year am not worth that much money 1Itbo Mayor 1 havo boon thluk lag It over and havo decided the pay It too great This job of conducting the city government only No man U worth 13000 at Mayor of Bridgeport Stomach Troubles and Consti pationC- liMiibcrUIns Stomach and Liver Tablet RTe the best thing for stomach troubles nUll constipation I have ever soldlIlays J It Cullmnu a druggist of 1ottervllle Mich They aro easy to take and alwayrglve satisfaction lien my ticuatomere to try them and if not satlsfac tory to com back and got their money but have never had a complaint For sale by nil druggists Mamma called Wllllo from the nursery whllo preparing for bed Ive gft my porn but I cant find my Jamaa anywhoroPunkLOSTA groanlap robe between town and cemetery J C Mc Clary HUBBLE L G Hubblu her um two One jack cotta from pneumonia J M Spoonomore will soon move to the Blackerby property Will McICecbnle of Wayoe U up to take cbartfuof the farm he recently bought near Brvantsvlllv All of the Ice hOlUJ6 In the community have been tilled with 4 In Ice WS Tewtnej home ho drives to hit milk wagon fell on the Ice a few days ago and broke Its It L Hubble le ntckIand reports a fair trade In G Demon bat gone to SprlngOefd W S Bentley bough tome catto and shonte hero ibis week at 4o Luth er Weaver bnzhv some at 31 and 4c Tim Penmen cdlnred llvlog near here complained that bIt blfculls bad not been ruing for some time as they used tonndas they ought and an In votllgatton was made Ii was found they bad been uilog Unbaomora washing powder by mlitakc Instead ofodn No harm was done but tbo bread bad been an the hat order for tome time Fire broke out from the tare In tbo ttrlpplotr room In one earner of Sifts Mo tobaeoo nod steele barn The rtumt tfirtad atoeee to some fodder that had beto Mt around th4 stripping room to tunics It warts and In a few mieuae all of the 000 feud and lokMcAO together with Iwo talvt ont earrlaet n 1m of hareees nod farming tool were In ashes oauilat a lost of about 81600 or 2000 James ROM our tobacco man ownnd a hall Interest In tbe tobacco which bad baen housed there for irlpolog KveryboJy la In sympathy with Mr Moss and Mr Ron In their misfortune It II reported that Mr Moss hold a policy of taken out lot spring on the barn but nothing on the tobacco or aby other ooateota Tho Uses of Salt How teeny bovitwtvtt know what u good friend they nave in simple suit P If you ttnri the day out with It you will bm tit jour btsnlth Here are some of In uo Ionan the mouth with a little tail and Mid water before brtakfat and It will KBOD tbe teeth In good condition Coarse fait and little bite of newapa per and a little tall In water will clean any bottle Put damp salt on burns It will kill the pain Dry tall and a brush will take tbe dun off of velvet plush and heavy em broidery that can not be washed In making frultplw when they boll over sprinkle tome sail In the oven add It will not smell When making starch put a plncb of salt In It It will keep tbe irons from nicking Rub talt over the griddle and It will not smoke A little salt under your tongue will stop your note from bleeding Cured His Mother of Rheumatism My mother his been a tutleror for many years from rlietnijstlsm says IV Howard of Husband lnntylva nit At times the was unable to move at all while at all times waiting was painful I presented her with a bottle of Ohamberlalna Pain Balm and alter a few applications she decided It was the most wonderful paln reliever site had ever tried In fact site It never without It now and U at all times able to walk All occa atonal application of rain Balm keeps away the pain that Ibo was formerly trou bed with For sale by all Druggists Horace Grcoly was tbo author of aI style In editorial writing which bad been often Imitated but probably nev or equaled During his editorship two newspapers neither of which was friendly to Greoly became engaged In a violent altercation The argument grew warmer until each paper openly called the other a liar It was tho op portunity Groeley bad been waiting for He announced In his paper that he had the honor to agree with both of his distinguished contemporaries Simple Simon went aQihlng For to catch a whale But all the water ho could get Was In his mothers pall Said Simple Simon after ho Had fished the pall a minute I think Ill quit this Simple Life There really nothing In ItIt Puck Tho largest diamond ever discovered has been found near Pretoria Tbo atone weighs 3032 carats and Is said to be a pure white diamond of good qual ity It la locally valued at 11500000 to 1000000 The famous Kohlnoor which Is valued at 000000 weighs 123 carata though It Is said to have weigh ed 000 before It was cut Ono man was killed and another fa tally Injured In a free forall fight at a circus In La iiI KINGS VILLE Mike McCarty ha been quite sick We arc Inclined to cavil at tbe wea thor man Tbe large pond and tank at Fishing Creek trestle are cald to have cost the railroad pomnany 30000 In construc tionRegular services at tbe Pleasant Point church next Saturday and Sun day having changed from tbe 2d to tbe let Sunday In each month Rev R It Noel rake ut to state J W Thompson Is the Ice into at present Ut Id putting away any quan tlty of tire large block of Ice for the good old summer time which teemt at lor away there cold days as that tong trite The death of 11u Ktlla Warr n was the occatliii of much regret here In deed every one woo knew her was very deeply grieved to earn of her death and much sympathy Is felt for tbo be reaved titter and brother Mr and Mr Joe Lane of Floyd Switch are boarding at Mr Green Murphy Mlu Helen Swetney will BO to Ludlow soon MM Margaret William It cocfiaed to her room with grip carve Watu It at home from Harriman Bud Gooch is at home from Ludlow Mil Lena Rlgnoy daughter of Mr and Mrs Rjbln Rgnty uf Ivlogavlllc and Mr Oulg Dun of Highland aged 21 ware married Sunday at Highland by Rev Mr Cook The bride who Is only sweet 10 Is ono of tbe prettiest girls In tole vicinity She potiejset a lovely taco and form and la very much admired Her groom who la a handsome young man la to be congratulated on winning such an attractive little bride The youthful couple have the bt wishes of all their friends for n hippy future A delicious luncheon was served the bridal party and a num ber of their relative and frlendaaiMr and Mrs Robin Rlgneyi NEWS NOTES MrSara P Spots wood Is dead lo LtxlngiaaPiru Omaha destroyed property worth a ball million dullard B Woodward a noted civil IGeorlle Is dead In New York The first automobile hat jutt crossed the Andes at an elevation of 26000 feet above tbe tea level Negro troops from Georgia will not be allowed to attend the Inauguration of Roosevelt March 4 A discharged employe of an Arizona gambling room killed the proprietor two dealer and himself Edward Jar le ton of Alex Harglt won the gold medal for excellence In target practice at Annapolis While a Burkesvllle III man lay helpless and delirious In bed his wife banted herself In tbe kitchen Abraham Pasternak and Peter Rocs were scalded to deatb In the team room of a Russian bath house In New York City An unsuccessful attempt was made to wreck a passenger train on the Mlt court Kansas and Texas road near Morab Kan Four persons were killed and many hurt In a collision on the Nashville Chattanooga and St LouIe railroad near Tullahoma Tenn A Toklo dispatch says Tbe casual ties during the fighting at Chencbteh pao and UelkouUl are estimated at 5 on tbe side of the Japanese and 10 000 on the Russian side A world record for motor care hat been made for 100 miles at OrmondPla- lI W Fletcher driving an 80horse power car covered tbo distance la one hour 26 minutes and 38 seconds an average of 43 2 6 seconds to the mile My dear said Mrs Spenders by way of preliminary would you con elder an opal unlucky I would If I got a bill for one and had to pay It began the husband sternly Oh she Interrupted Im so glad I ordered a diamond Instead Cath olio Standard Toy pistol Llttlo boy Fun In prospect Gobs of joy x Pulls the trigger With a zest e Floral token Gone to Real Tbo Postal Department has begun an effort to protect merchants against dishonest dealers who order goods by letter or telegraph and sell them with out over paying the shipper Morgan McNutt who deceived several Louis vlllo houses has just been held under bond In Alabama for the alleged of feoteTeacherTommy something has got to be done about your behavior I think to day after school I shall call and sea your father Tommy Itll cost you 82 you do Popa a doctor ullloe hours 5 to 7 h HUSTONVILLE Mrs incey Little of PInevllle was a visitor In our city Tbe f and 10 cent counter at tbo Em pnrlum clearance sale will astonish tbe old as well at tho young Try It Gill Cowan report 160 fine lambs to date and all doing well flurry Biugh man lost a number by them freezing to death D C Allen shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday for which he paid 4o He shipped five cars of livestock to the market this month A nice 33icre farm with Rood build legs fine water One stone house In a splendid community for rent very cheap Quick please call on W R William Judge Myers whose band severely Injured recently by a cannon crack er has no fur recovered that be has hopes of being able to use It soon but IIebouldHOTEL WEATHERKOKD In June 1815 Uardln Weatherford opened the first hotel In this city by that now hllItorlc name The building was on Main Street on the lot now occupied by the Charles Wheeler cottage It burned In March 1S50 and the proprle tor at ooea reopened In the building that recently burned which belonged to his brother Goo D Weatherford the father of our hospitable proprietor and to whose national popularity in domitable efforts und getup nod geta grandstructureular In Central Kentucky tbe formal opening of which occurred on Thursday last with t grand reception ball and banquet The banquet the cuisine slCarplDterteristic style favorably known to the traveling public even beyond the cot die of the Atlantic and Pacific and the lakes sod gulf As i30 when the banquet was due to begin tbo corridors were filled with guests and at 8 oclock the door of the new dining room were thrown open and the 120 merry ban queters wore greeted with tbo sweet strains of melody by tbe orchestra of that Inimitable virtuoso Henry Sax ton and a scene of unusual beauty pre settled through a soft glamour the beautiful decorations of carnations American beauty roses and ferns and tho following menu was served Blue Points ball shell Oyster Soup Baked Kennebec Salmon Worcestershire Sauce Crackers Celery Heinz Sweet and Sour Pickles Queen Olives Baked Young Turkey Dressing Cranberry Sauce Beaten Biscuit Claret Punch Fillet of Beef with Mushrooms fa la Hotel Weatherford Boiled Country Ham cold Guavas Current Jelly Chicken and Ham Salad Glbbs French Peas In pastry cups Asparagus Tips Cream Sauce Escalloped Potatous- Tuttl Fruttl Ice Cream Pine Apple Sherbet Black Cake RtUln cake CocoaDut Cake Rainbow Cake Chocolate Cake Oranges Apples Bananas Mixed Nuts Neufchatel Cheese Bents Crackers Coffee After many beautiful toasts with a flow of eloquence paying high tribute to the generous host and hostess the commodious ball room wsethrowa open and again the enchanting strains from the Sexton ft Treat orchesta called forth the merry couples who tripped the light fantastic until Z A M the closing pour Prominent among the belles present were Misses Edea Ram toy Montlcello Npra Shepherd Met dames R H Bands and J M Owens Somerset Misses Amanda Stone and Ada Stagg Liberty Tovls Carpenter Clara and FrancesCuoper Katherine Baughman Stanford Alice Drye Ma bel Drye Helen Hooker Katherine Hall Julia Stagg Doltle Williams Mattle Llpps Frill Newburn Nell Adam Lura Lippe Pearl Routt Mrs W S VanArsdall Huatonvlllc and Miss Edna Camnltz Columbia Among the gentlemen present ware Judge Baker Hunt vllle Tenn Mr and Mrs George Gann Somerset Dr J Q Carpenter W S Buroh Thomas Shanks Forest MoClary Stanford Editor Sam Menofee Dr Wyatt Letcber John Prahl George Crow Henry Bright George Boner Henry Llnney Sam Lc gnu D P Rowland M J Farrls and others from Daovllle Pat Whlpp Lib ertyJ L McCauley St Louie J n Denny Lancaster Mr Thomas cash ier Mlddleburg Bank and a hundred others whoso names your correspondent failed to jet In the crowd By the explosion of a locomotive on the Big Four near Bloomington Ills a fireman was killed and a brakeman badly Injured h lswcAsHIWill i J l Wiijter Suit or Overcoat In the house and nil the regular 10 Suits and Overcoats you can by now for 750 111 Your money hack if you do not like it II INDIA RELISH I 11 One of the colehrntod IIKINZ 57 VARIETIES An appe j tizing sweet pickle relish excellent with meats cold or hot Its only fault It is so good as to he eaten extravagantly gjlf you do not like it we will return full purchase price W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY New Store Clearance Sale In order to make room for our Spring stock which will he coming in shartlwe have decided to cut down the PIUCES of our stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Ladies Cloaks Jackets Skirts and Ladies and Gents Furnishings To be appreciated you must set the lIar gains we are offering to you therefore we invite you to cotes see and he convinced of the bargains we are e offering Dont miss the opportunity of seeing our t goods before you buy elsewhere r SAM ROBINSONiNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY BARGAINS IOtto good secondhand heating stove suitable for shop or store 1 extra good secondhand Wrought Majestic flange highshelf nnd copper reservoir Pumps any price or any depth put injHoofiug Gut tering Warm Air Furnaces and all Kinds of Repair Work done promptly S H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky TO THE FARMERS oltesttmeet It is necessary to have good fences to protect your crops So if you will call find soe us we can furnish you The American Fence the best woven fence on the market Wo havo just rcceivcda carload of this fence and willmake the price suit Call md see us W E Perkins d Crab Orchard Ky fHE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON FIVE young women of Stonega Va havo formed an anUmarrlaeo associa tion The maids will not acept proposal under any condition for fiv 7yeare A penalty of 11000 will bo voked on the young woman of tho as sociation who marrlee within five years alter the association was formed say dispatch Well walter a last turn fliers faw hat that the five women have been maids a half century or more that they are as unsightly as a mud fence and couldnt marry If the so desired These antUmarrlago so cieties produce that tired feeling about ai speedily as anything we know of TUB same Providence which kept Goebel from dying at once from the ai easalne bullet and resulted In the usurpers of his seat In tho executive chair fleeing like whipped curs from the scene of their bloody work seems to hava directed events In Breathitt Had Cockrlll been allowed to die In Jackson instead of being token to a Lex ington hospital William Button would not have been given a life sentence fur his assassination nor would the Bar glees and Callahan been Indicted for conspiracy Truly do the mills of the Gods grind slowly and exceedingly small ALL asiaiilns look alike lout If the Earglses are guilty of the foul crimes charged against them we hope that they will get their Just deserts at the end of ropes lust as we trust that Tay lor Powers Howard and the rest of the craven crowd ot conspirators will feel the halter draw The INTERIOR JOUR NAL plays no favorites In assassination like that Inconsistent pair of political wins the Lexington Herald and Lead er which publish appeals for tho Joe r bel assassins and Inveigh with strong t est invectives against the Breathltt county conspirators WINDY JOE BLACKBURN has re turned to Washington and Is hurling defiance by long distance telephone at the socaled Beckham machine Hay log been skinned alive by the reputed minlpulator of the aforesaid machine and had salt rubbed In the quivering flesh the senior Senator Is welcome to all tbo satisfaction that he can get out of such a performance though the average man will think that the decent thing for him to do Is place himself In the bands of an undertaker He Is ev idently a modern exhibit of the man who was dead and didnt know It TILE Fayette county jury that rave the Breathltt desperado Bill Brltton a life sentence Is to be congratulated It will be remembered that be shot Jas Coskrllliand that the latter was brought to Lexington for treatment where he died Brltton was Indicted by too Fay ette county grand jury and tried at Lex ington Now lettbeworkto nobly begun continue until all the Breathltt county r bad men are behind prison bars or dan gle at the end of hempen lines IT Is said that the gold depoalti from which Monttzumas and King Solomon derived their supplies have been re t discovered and that there are millions and millions worth of the precious metal left If this thing keeps up the first thing we know sliver will be at a t premium and soon Bryan may arise to advocate the coinage of the yellow met al at 10 to lot tbo white BY a popular vote of over 120000 the people of Minnesota have adopted a constitutional amendment abolishing the grand jury but find themselves up against it to devise something to take its place The Legislature Is at work on the question but It is proceeding even slower than Kentuckys 15 per day per diem solons are on the capItol site tangle MR WATTERSON Is sending some letters from Europe to tbo Courier Journal which are said to be very In teresting and Instructive but the Im pression prevails In some quarters that they are a little too steep for the com plete mental digestion of the great com moo people AS long as the light holds out to burn the vilest sinner may return II The Danville News has Just Issued a religious edition and a most creditable one at that- BOOKER paid Teddy another visit last week but If they broke bread to gether the Washington city newspaper men did not hear about it- MATRIMONIAL Col and Mrs W HutT Dudderar will celebrate the 50th anniversary of their marriage at their home at Rowland Feb 16th Handsome Invitations have f been ordered for the happy event News comes from Oklahoma that Addison Dwight Root formerly of this county and a most excellent young man was married at Cond Creek to Miss Lula Ledgerwood a belle of that city Friends of the groom here ext tend hearty congratulations and best wishes to him and hli y IPOLITICAL lr has at nounced for the Republican nomtnt tlon for State Senator Samuel H Piles of Seattle Wash was elected United States Senator He Is a native of Livingston county Ky A bill has passed the Indiana Senate and is now pending to the House which will hereafter make the spite fences ImpossibleGov has appolnted Rich ard P Ernst of Covlngton and Me J H Ashcrafc of Paducah aide on the stall ot Lieut OeD ChatTet greed mars shal of the inaugural parade March 4 nextAn eXTort will be mado In the Sennto this week to secure an agreement for a prorer The House will be occupied this week with appropriation bills In the Democratlo primary hold In Hancock Breckenrldge and Meade counties to nominate a Representative from the Tenth senatorlaldlstrlct R W Owens of Hancock won over Uus W Richardson of Meade by a majority ot about 200 votes It Is expected that the Joint Confer ence Committee of tho Legislature will make some slight changes In the Wells substitute bill providing for the selec Lion of the Hunt property as the etto for the now Capitol A report U expected from the committee today or to morrow Representative James has received letters from four good Democratlo mothers In the county of Calloway who tell him that they have given their boy babies the name of Ollie James says a Washington dlspatcb The Congressman now has something like a bakers dozen of namesakes There Is not a single Democrat In the Michigan Le lslaturc while those ot Louisiana Mississippi Florida and South Carolina are composed entirely of Democrats There Is one Republi can in the Alabama Senate one In the Senate of Georgia one in the Texas House and one in the Arkansas Senate To match these there Is a lone Democrat In the North Dakota louse The seeming deadlock In Congrese in the matter of legislation to carry out the President views may lead to the calling of a special session The house Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce seems hopelessly tangled on the question of giving the Interstate Commerce Commission pow er to regulate railroad rates tariff reo vision Is dormant and tbe navy will probably go without tbo desired atten Lion The Gridiron Club celebrated its twentieth anniversary with a dinner In Washington A great deal of merri meet was Indulged in Uncle Joe Cannon was Impeached Mr Bryan was declared In song to be tho only man who could lead the Damocratlo band and when a joint debate between President Roosevelt and Mr Bryan was proposed tbe answer was made Whats the use Theyre both on tbe same side NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs DooU Wesley and Mrs Cynthia Barber wellknown women of Casey are dead Miss Maggie Dyche daughter of Postmaster A R Dyche of London Is did aged about 17 A fight occurred at Jelllco In which James Bolton was fatally cut by John Gurley a policeman Burglars entered Rlcebart d Ot homes store at Lebanon and stole 1200 worth of clothing etc Mrs R P Jacobs has offered a prize of 825 to the senior law student who at tame tbe highest average In Central UniversityGreen of Corbln a fireman on tbo L N between Corbin and Nor ton was fatally Injured bv falling from a freight train at Grays tunnel A curfew law bas been passed bv the City Council of Mlddleeboro which prohibits boys under sixteen years old fron loitering on the streets of tbe city after 730 at night CbarIesL Vallandlngbam formerly telegraph operator for the Q C at Burgle and Danville was held to answer to the grand jury In Lexington on a charge of sending threatening letters to Supt Henry M Waite who discharged him The Whitley grand jury returned an Indictment against Mat Earles for the murder of George Curd and Emma Durham Curd was shot from the cabin in which the Durham woman lived and the cabin was set on fire Her charred remains were found and with a load from a shotgun In her breast Earles has never been arrested and Is believed to have left the country Miss Mamie McRoberts the eldest daughter of the late Thomas McRob arts and one of tbe most prominent young women In Central Kentucky died of pneumonia at her home In Dan ville Sunday morning Mise McRob erts bad been only a few days and her death came as a great shock to the entire community Her father Mr Thomas McRoberts an octogenarian and the wealthiest man In Boyle coun tv died just a year ago The burial took place at Bellevue Cemetery Mon day Afternoon at 2 oclock KILLS GERMS OF CATARRH Hyomel Goes to the Root of the Disease and Makes Aston ishing Cures Catarrh cnnnot bo cured by tho use of pills liquid medicines and tocalled aye tern tonic Under such treatment the Senna of he disease will still live in the air passages and increase and multiply Hyomel is the only scientific ami thorough way to cure catarrh Killing the germs In the air atflgcs it enters the blood with tho oxygen destroys the mi crobes in the blood and effectually drives from the system all traces of catarrha poison Thousands of testimonials have born given as to the astonishing cures made by toll remedy Mrs Lo Kendu 70 Western avenue Cleveland Ohio writes 1 believe Ilyj omoitvcdmy life I am better now than I have been in 30 years Many dos tore both in England and Franco treat ed mo for cntnrtb but I was net cured till I found Ilyomei Probably tbo strongest evidence that can be oOored as to the powers of Hjo mei to cure catarrh Is the fact that Penny will agree to refund tho money if you say Hjoract has not cured you The complete Hyomel outfit coals but 31 consisting of an inhaler dropper and Htiflicient Hyomel to last several weeks This will effect a cute in ordinary caste but for chronic and deepseated cases 61 catarrh longer use may be necessary and then extra bottles ot llvomcl can be ob tamed for 50c- Reepect for age Is generally cooQned to heirs A mans value to the world Is not recorded In Brndstreets Stolen sweets are all right If you dont nave to pay the One The fellow who trusts to luck for bis dinner Is apt to go hungry Many a womans complexion looks as though she had a paste In the jaw A reputation It has taken years to build will often crumble In an hour The trouble In doing the average man a favor Is that he has such a poor memoryIf didnt give eo much advice we might have more time to mlcd our own businessIf are going to have falling out with a girl dont go up In an airship with her Many a man lunches at 16cent bash houses In order that his wife may give pink tea- sTouristWho founded the college loyourtownV NatlveIdldntknow- as bow it was ever 10 tII If distance lends- Enchantment to tbe view Woo burros ItV I prltbeo answer who I I n n i i I Space And Money Needed I I To accomplish this get the Space and Money Quickly I know of no better to make it to your interest to help do it The RIGHT PRICES usually sell the goods If you can save a j dollar why not do it We can save it for you now if youll let us t Hooker Hooleoj retlmcil front Sfi to 8t honest Mike louts reduced fruits ealJO to 8U76 Wnlor King high top rubbers nnd shoes 8BOO to 8225 UHIU Horn boot rubber lined ball 8100 to 800 Udollns Stnndnrd boot rubber hued cull 84CO to SUOO hull Stock Kip Hoot S250 to 8176 Stub Split Hoot solid ns iron 8200 to 8160 chtxtpor quality 8175 to 8126 Alterfonrootl Itaotew n few pairs 81 00 tn 3880 Walk Oven AlniKn ailf shoes hrnry safe S1IIiO to 8U75 Wnlk Ovor Biennial ehow htnvy sola 8100 to 8800 Mrights wool lee iimlorwenr 100 to The Wrights ootton 60c to 3Sc Hil hOlt 45p to 10c boys 26o to 15o 3 MrtHs Overcoat tuft 81760 to 81260 4 Mona OvorcoaU loft 816 to S 11 A fliw cheap Overcoats old stock 810 to J5 boys work coata 81 to 76c 4 Corduroy coats and vusU S a to 175 These are some of the Special Things that should go quick Of course we have Remnants of Clothing Shoes Hats1c too ma ny to mention odd sizes c at greatly Remem ber this is a CASH SALE These will not be charged and you will please not ask it H J MROBERTS STANFOROA PARKERS HAIR BALSAM MIa sod tmatiflx ti hir timMU t hnraNrer rtls to Jlntor Dray Oat tr to IJob hlr u lDrnt 111 st nnrrlt I R A JONES DENTIST Stanford cf nfllre In Uycri Home Parlor Phone 91 E D Peyton DIALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J H BOONE R CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Ketonable Rate Call on ui on Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal NEW LIVERY STABLE lh w BOf1EE II SJN Prop JUNCTION CITY KV TIntOlaii Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Orate and Ray For Sain COAL AND FEED We deal la best brands of coal and all kinds of feed Kindly favor ui with your orders Phone 118 HITK Bitos- Itowland Ky Pruitt Brothers Undertakers Livery Furniture New Goods Just Received Call and sec them- PRUITT BROS Moreland Ky Queen Crescent Route SHORTEST LINE ANDTQUICKEST SCHEDULES BETWEEN Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Texas Points FOP JIATCI ETC L N AiKI3M Tray Passr Agt 89 E Main St Lexington Ky W A GARRETT Gen Mgr W C RINGARSON Gen Pass Agt CINCINNATI y a rr For Tooth Brushes Go To Pennys Where yon can got what you want A lull line at the following prices 1V1 V6 11 1 N11tis 5C ioc 150 20C and 25c9O 6NN11S L1711NN 4 Prophylactic Brushes ul Jjuc either wilt Kurd or lodilUnISou Our Window PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford As a starter on January 5 1005 we will inaugu rate the grea- testCLEARANCE SALE 1 t In every Department this and adjoining counties ever given Sec small hills 1 The Chas Wheeler Emporium HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY f MARK t The last resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable Monument t Let it be of exclusive and artistic design thetbest material and of perfect ship We carry the largest stock of Monuyments Markers and Tablets of Marble and Granite in Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaperWM ADAMS A SON Lexington Ky TRADE WITH H McCORMACK PEACOCK HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY 4J r r ffCIN1S1 splendid vnhio in n yardwide blench cotton regular price G c1 12J OFN1SFor n real bccr iininsook us good ns you usually see nt 15 cents Other grades up to- G 25e and 10 CgNTSAt above prices wo show 85 different patterns in I VHamburg Edging nnd Insertions 2 to Much deep 10 CENTS 25 now Spring IflOR Patterns in Zephyr Giughnulcolt- yrel fast Sumo special styles and colors fyr coons shirts mill boys waists 7i CKNTS For a fino long cloth finish ynrdwido blench cotton usual ly sold for Oc- C i CENTS A yard fur choice of n beautiful lino of Torchou Lnccs and- ipsorlloheflat tho usual chonp ituu wild nt this price but patterns that j would bring lOc L SEVERA1fCE 8a S ANFORDIAiHEi BTAI4Foltn KY JAN H 100J balPieiclpilon Department epeefJ Attention and treat cart bun- to Iniuro HOcurate work oClLmaOOlrItale work In s prompt and Tbe amount of pretcrlptlooi wo Oil CD able ui to lIve you competent worr sod foroUb tho Purest and net Drullt Our prices are reasonable and In accord with material and klll required Pen Rye Drug Store Stanford Ry PERSONALS Mn W W UAYR has whoopln- MWRb HON J M ALVHilSON Is hers from s Frankfort BORN to the wife of Fred Von All man daughter JCDOIIJ W ALOOKN went up to tbe mountain Sunday I M us CEO OAHNHS WBAKBNII witb the homcfolk at llimonvlllo r KBVfl It B MAnor and Ullber t Olaii went to Loulevtlle this mornlnc Mns Josriu BCVHUASCK and ohtl Uron of Nowtowc are with Mn Will v SaveranceCAIT PlUCK of the K C here attending the trial of the bou wbo robbed K car at Rowland Q WILSON of Lex f MR KCOKNC Inatoo orlen his ppercot to Somer t tet where be temporarily located MRDAMHS S J BUHKY SR nd down with colds TtebothJr iret ltters twO little children are III alio Ofne TuOMAS U ALUM wbo wai din Ltlltaa Carpenter of Uuitonrlllo aas our thank for Tampa Fta pa 1Iper4n3 B P OWSLHY and MIt Mattli hay leavo for Georgia tomorrow af tet a month stay hero with tbelr oh- Irlendi TOUR paper 1a a weloone vIMior to home wrUei S T WeotfMa Iron frVctburll sib Ce he eaad It for another year Mn SIIKLTON SuLKY U bero from Lexington to pod a few day to LouUvllle to ake previous to Roloj a tonioanry pomton MI88 JRSSIB COOKB left ysitords 1 r Kaibvllle after n pletiani volt to Salllo Cooke et Dr her litter MillI Dunlapi Advocate HON J S OWBLEV SR went to Nuhvlllo Sunday to coniult a phyil ciao about one of hi limbs which f threatened with orytlpolai rr MR W J nOoN and wife 01 Dry anttvlllc and Mr J W Slmpioo and daughter of Markibury attended tbe burial of Will Phillips Sunday MR R Q WEST of the lobbing Urn of R H West At Co Junction City 4WI a caller Friday Fie left the local appear to this luuo sad whtct you should by all moans read Mns GEO D noilBH Mr W H nieelD Moe Mary HIjTRln and Mer PM McHobert and Geo D 1 Hopper Jr attended the burial of MI yesterday Mamlo McKoberti at Danvlllo M C WILLIAMS tbo druggist and wife lolned tbe Cbrltlan church by Stanford Mice Leila Car w letter from tort of Stanford and MIS Evelyn Car ion of Uutonvlllc worn Kueti of ire J L Waddle8omor Journal LOCALS collar for ilic J C A GOOD plow t McCUry t a TWO secood band prone for lalo this otUco for particulars tWrite THE Ladle Aid Society of tba Chrl tlan church will mot with Mr W P I f Tate at 21 M Saturday r MB DISK BRUCE toll UI that ho has secured a house In which to handle hemp aDd that he has bought about ICO acre of It Ho tolls us that ho ls now ready to reedy It TUE heaviest now of the winter fell Sunday and five or six Inches of It still Covers the earth The weather has Is moderating tocold butbeen very for moro of extent and Propcow the beautiful are good Wo desire to CARD OK THANKS publicly thank tho many frfends who were so kind and helpful In the last of our beloved eon Wllo Words caD not express our appreciation of these manUetatloo of love and rev pectfor him Mr and Mrs J M tlllipi4 j i euIdenlythink he was poisoned FOR SALK A clean froth IOOK of Dry Good Rod a nice rosldanoflln Star ford Ky John P JuDe KUAS Q KIUD Liberty merobant has announced for thf republican oem inatlon for county Judgp of Casey TUB members Hof the Cbrlitla church have put a handiomo chande Her In their pretty house ot worship FOR SALEIt y rottaee In Crab Orchard Five rooms hull outbuild loge Everything new II D Camp bell Dicjc OitUCB wanu your hemp delivered In Stanford and will guarante tatttfaotlon In grading See him at W B Hlgglo WANTED 100000 Mink and Skunk skin and other furs at extremely blb Irrloea Address A E Ourkhardt In ternallonal Fur Merchant Clnolnnat OhioeINSIST on your grocer handltn Waibburn L Oroibyi Gold Medal Flour R II WeitJcOa Jobber M Junction Oily handle this iplendl brandaACCIDBNTALLY UOTA young Mr Toter brother of Mr James Pepple was accidentally shut In the hand by Wilt Darnett and a greater portion of the member bad to be amputated I Wutake this means of expressing to our neighbor and friends our slocer gratitude for their attention and man net of kindness durtngour late troubt and bereavement Jat P Bailey and familyDANtJUtrrSl night M F Elklu State Commander of the Maccabeo was given a banquet at HarbourvllU at the Hotel Knox rays a dispatch Mr Klkln made tbe principal address of be woeaslonItfSIoNRDAndersn Howling re signed the ohalrmanhlp of the Oem ooratlo committee of Garrard harts Old bit farm and Intending to move to Laurel county W G Gooch wbi was formerly obalrrano was abate gala TUB Daughters of tho Confederacy wilt meet with Mrs W A Trlbblc Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock ln teed of Wednesday afternoon as pre vloutly stated The members art re quetled to come prepared to pay their State dues- FnwAYs Loulivlllo t Times contained a picture ot Lincoln Ropreientallve IrJM Alveraon wbo led a stem pede for the Hunt site on which to- build the capitol Ho formerly favored another site but sensibly came over tc the majority r ON account of tho Illness of MIlS Ellen Ballon the entertainment tc bay been given by Misses Mary fill gin and Mary MoUoborts at the laded School Auditorium has been postponed to a date which will bo an winced later ON account of chicken pox In his icbool Dr W I Tardlf has closed down for a while vie had only UfO more weeks to tench and bo will finish lame time In April Tho commence ment exercises will occur at Waltons Opera House the first Friday In May- A TBMlORARY Injunction to prevent Lbo county committee from counting the allots In the contested sheriffs race as granted by Judge Oell at llarrods iurg The Injunction will be argued teforo the Judge at his homo Monday Tbo committee can do nothing for the resent LAST Tuesdays hadnot reach cd Hedgevllle at last accounts andwo upposo some careless postmaster or petal olerk Is enjoying himself riding hetn aroundtbo country Looks like we will bo compelled to kill another postal clerk or so much as wo halo to- do such a thing TUB Mtddleburg correspondent of Lbo Louisville Times gives true news U not new news A dispatch from that dace In Saturday afternoon Times ells of the Davie Beok wedding which occurred near McKInney Jan 12 The llddleburg correspondent goes on the etterlatethannever theory we sup pole Yh LL Some Strong Bidders for January Purchases SONLAP robes horse blankets ute at J C MoClarvs rUR store of W U Newby at Klltoi ton Casey county burned causing a 83600 loss without Insurance Tiers C W U Mwill meet In the lecture room of the Cbrlitan cburcb at 290 Vedneldayafterpoon UOU8B and four acre of land near Tinsley Spoonamore for rent for bal- oce of year from March lit J W Reynolds RowlandsnlolleST cash price paid for beef hides furs feathers etc by ton Wet b Co Junction City Get tbelr price before you tell AFTER reading Pennys tooth bruh l6d go to his show widow and see the hilt tooth brush made by Mr Prok Lee tbe boss window drener WATCHKS Clocks and Jewelry re paired Satisfaction guaranteed Dl moods Silverware and Jewelry sold on small per cent Ofllco at residence 00 Lancaster street Robt Fenzel I WISH to erpres my sincere Jbank to the good people of Stanford w hlJ have been so kind to me aod mine In our recent bereavement Our grief III assuaged to no little extent by tbe kind deeds and words In our bcball W II Mueller Tile Central Ky Real Estate Ex changed Title Co has for sale LWO tract of land Wing In the Southcn end of Lincoln county near Soutben railway One tract consists of 33 acre the other the acres The owner of tbll property lives at a distance and we an Instructed to sell It privately It mUlL go The best bid gets It For fur ber particulars see or address L RHughes Stanford Ivy Fiva YEARS FACI1VVth Delta and Granvllle Powell two Rovrlan boys were given Ape year each In tbo Reform Sehool at Lexington in Judg Baileys court yesterday They were tried for breaking Into a ear at Row land and stealing a lot of groceries Willie Hall was held In 8200 on tbe same charge Dummy Osley W8 held In 1100 for stealing from tiara aL tbo depot here RlKKB Mr George W RitTe whi moved from the West End to Qiclabo ma In November last died there yesterday and the remains will be brougb to Hustonvllle and Interred tomorrow afternoon after services at the BaptU church there MrRlfTe wa one ot the best men In his section and great rt Bret was expressed at his removal West Betides a wife he leave a num her of children and two brother Mesirs Jesse P Rifle of Hustonvllle tad David S Rifle of McKInney Our Hustonvllle letter will give a more ex tended notice next Issue of the life am death of tbe good man PiULLHS At 10 cluck Saturday night the spirit of William Baugbmac Phillips returned to the God who gave It Ho was 29 years old and his deatb was due to blood poisoning caused bj hurting one of his hands while moving a safe some week ago A number ol year ago Mr Phillips gave his heart to God and since he had been a consis tent member of the Christian church Ho was a moral young man and his de votion to bis parents mado him a mod el ono He was tbe best boy to his mother I ever knew said his uncle Mr S R Cook and he was ono of the very best young moa I ever knew ho added Mr Phillips was a carpenter by profession and a good one Be was unmarried and while there is no wife nor children to mourn his loss the aged parents sisters and brothers fool keenly Wills taking away and un bounded sympathy Is felt for them In their great sorrow Rev L M Omer preached a beautiful funeral discourse at the home on East Main Street at J oclock Sunday afternoon and at Its conclusion the romaine were consigned to mother earth In Buffalo cemetery andThere were six suicides In New York yesterday Hermann Corrodl the famous Italian painter Is dead The Cnmpbellsburjf High School was destroyed by Ore Capt T T Hedger of Scott county Ky died at Phoenix Ariz It cost the Russians fortylive officers and one thousand men In wounded to take the village of SandoIpu from the Jape l WJlllam Todd U dead of consurap Lion In Garrard The Senate yesterday agreed to vote on the joint Statehood bill on Feb 7 Johaou Hock the alleged husband or 20 wives was arrested In New York yesterdayMatt charged with kllllnt George Curd and Emma Durham Ini Whitley has been lodged In the jails Wllllamsburg Miss Emma Randall of Sbopvllle Wayne countywas seriously If no fatally burned by tho Igniting of a cel luloid comb which she was wearing In her hair In an address at tbe opera house aL Lexington on Lawlessness In Ken Lucky Attorney Byrd declared this Kentucky needs more statesmen and fewer politicians Attorneys for the Hargls brother and Ed Callahan of Breaibllt county are In Frankfort to petition tbe Cour of Appeals for a writ of prohibition to prevent tbo courts of Fayette count assuming jurisdiction over the case against their clients By direction of Goy Beck bam Gen Haly ordered a court of Inquiry to con verse at Louisville Wednesday Feb to investigate charge against the com mandlng cllhers of five of the compa nits or toe Louisville regiment of the Kentucky State Guard Tbe charge allege disloyalty to the UoerloroHlcen and failure to make proper return foi government property For Rent or Lease A iplendtf Urge dry goods itoreroo and a Urge warehoue attached recently occupied by Levy urns Stanford Ky Ap ply for particulars to J n Owsley or to County National flank J U OWSLEY Stanford Ky NOTICE I I am now ready to let Contract for the Ditching of Turnpikes In this county Thl Jan U 1904 A 0 DUNN SupT Jack and Stallion Sale Wo will bold our Out Jack and stallion tale at Unto Stock Yard Lexington the third vreok In Febru ry following the Tat torall sales Write u for entry Hanks J F QOOK A CO Lexington Ky WANTED I Turkey Ducks Gtete and QHIckeni Highest oath market price H B NOIITHCOTT ttnuford Ky A S PRICE surgeon Dentist ItKuford Ky 0afauar ItcBobtrU Dtng Star In the Owe UaUdlci JACK SALE I Pox A Logan will hold tbelr annual Jack sale at Danville Thursday March 3 Open for entries They aa good a jack tale last year as was ever held In the tinted State FARM FOR SALE I At agent of W T Stone I will on lion February 13th 1005 county court day In Stanford Ky sell to the highest bidder unlrn told privately before that day the farm situated on Illvcr known as tbo W T Stone Said land udjolos the lands of James Iloblnioh George and Laban Withers Inquire for description of J B Owslev or W J B OWSLEY Agent Stanford Ky EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having boon In the Tailoring buslnesi all my life I feel confident In saying I represent one of the beet tailoring firms In the country With my experience in taking measures and dlrectons I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as DIY many patrons in this line will bear me out My prlcre arc the same aslnex porlenced men who are In the business l have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other auitinge I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Thanking you for past favors I am yours II 0 RUILEY the Tailor Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of land a twostory front 7 room cottage Tho house Is new A snlen did garden orchard There U a largo mill on placer a good crusher nnd the dam Is In good and the natural pow er U economy In running tho woos a splendid business Everything Is In good repair has all necessary loge The owner reason for selling Is the rush of other business as he has ex tensive farming Interests to look after This property Is on the Uanglpg Fork about miles from Stanford and can bought at a bargain For further particulars dress tt 0 Thurmond Lytle or L R Hughes Stanford Ky 20 nnd 25 CENTS 25 patterns in skirt ilotincSnga only corset cover pot terns 12 inches deep Embroidery 20 and 25c Thus arc exceptional values 5 nud 10 CENTSFor special drives in Ienrl Buttons Muttons in tlicro worth tlp4o 20c 8110 CENTS For n 12yard bolt of tine Berkley Long Cloth 10 CENTS For choice of n beautiful lino of wheat patterns in Norman dy Vnl Luces These wear well and the patterns are new m CENTS12 patterns 15 inches wide fine skirt flouncing embroidery n regular 50c article 25 CEN rSFor six spools Corks O N1 Spool Cotton The chance of n life time Do not mite it We ore offering you the best Itange over shown in this city Five year fire hack always cold over door handle The best baker that money can buy Call and see it Special in dticemenU for 30 days GEORGE H FARRIS 6c CO Stanford Ky Great Reduction In Winter Suits 4Rlit sTo cutstock lown before Spring Goods ur ivowc oflor r 850 Suits at 0fiO 10 Suits at 850 1250 Suits at 050 15 Suits at 1150 1750 Suits at 1250 The patterns arc attractive and the styles ale the newest This is an opportunity to clothe yourself at a saving of several dol- larsCUnniNSMCLARY Stanford Kentucky j h hOOO 0 THE BARGAIN STORE Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods From tho Great Bargain Sale of Sweeter Pembrook Coof Now YorkaThis ia an opportunity which seldom occurs AVo advise all who can to come as early as possible to attend this tho greatest sale wo have ever offered Ladles Furnishing Goods Ladies tailor nindo suits worth 815 and 820 are on sale nt 8450 to 750 Ladies uptodalo Jackets 85 to 810 now on sale at 8250 to 84 Ladies and Misses Skirts worth 8150 up to 5are now on snlo at 98c to 82 48 Ladies corsets from 19c up Latest styles of petticoats from 59c up Ladies dress nnd coarse Shoes at 98c and up Mens and Childrens Furnish ings Great line of Shoes for children from 15c up Mens Dress and working Shoes from 98c up Mens Cloth ing from 83 n suit up Mens nice Overcoats from 8250 up liens Sunday Pants from 75o up Chil drens nice threepieco suits from 750 urBoyadrens and Ladies Stockings from Id up S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY 1Jfj f THE JNTEH10RJOURNAL Entered in the PottOffice at SIanford at rrandelaU matltr- rUJJLtHIIClJ TL13HU1Tee AND VI11naTN AT 100 PER YEAR CASH t3TWhen not w paid IZOO will be charged I r KNO1irulEOirlsiOMa- No fl 1tpmJ4 Tisln going 16OmNjJS II 12ISm- Co SouthNJsII 1215 p m 2S = UMBRELLAS Recovered and and made almost as good as new for a small amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp e repairers and for less money Olve me a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately house and 10 acres ot land situated just outside ot town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser cants room good cellar stable and all necessarr outbuildings Water hydrant in the yard one tor stock J P nAILEY Jesse W Sweeney raorniEToti Livery Food and Salo Stable Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wn SHUOAHS Prsprletr Electric Lights In every room R lumlsheJ ant under entire New Management ilobthe favorite porter meets all trains Urge WellIlghtelSample Room BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce i Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited on commission HoracsI Stock PCI1ln Connection SaloonrCOOD RICE Prors Fluent wines whisky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexingtons famous Blue OralS Beer Case keg and bottled 0 Brent Southwood mixer Phone 68 Stan ford Ky Nice Home For Sale I Having decided to return to Somerset I offer for sale privately my home on Fast Main Street In The residence ft sixroom cottage brand new bath room And all conveniences The lot contains about IK acres of land und tho home U a most delightful one Vor further particu lars call on or write me at Somerset J Deck or Wm Beck at Stanford HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I desire to sell privately my hotel property and livery stable In Ine can housed as 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 house Is not old by Jan will rent It and can give pos session on that date of barn If rented or sold separately on Nov 25 House and barn newly Ho tells In Oraded School district For further particulars call on or address OAIIPEXTEU Hustonvllle Ky J+ c+ MCCbMYt TJNDmaTA1tEBE- lBALMEK And Doaloarla HARNESS SADDJEtrr6O Stanford Ky J L Beazley 6 Co Undertakers land- EmbaImora ALSO DUALIU1 FarlllltureMattlingaRugeThey kind of Stock Give them- a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUOKY Wedding Birthday And Anniversary Presents t We have every thing that the heart could desire or fan by ditto in the way of beautiful remembrances Largest Line In Central Ky at Money Saving Prices e IjSTFine Watch Repairing and Optical Work It a Specialty 1JlURRA Y HcADAMS I Leading Jewelers Danville Ky All parties who owe me will please cull promptly Jan 21 1005 and set tie their accounts I will then be able to express my appreciation in person of past patronage and solicit a continuance of same during the coming year Will N Craig M D Pharmacist I Phono No 13 Stanford Kentucky IfBuy your Drugs Stationery Etc during 1905 of l W B McRoberts DRUGGISTSTANFORD And Save Money 1 b CHURCH MATTERS Bishop McCloekoy li recovering Tho Christian Church will try to ratio 110000 this year for disabled preachers During February Southern Preeby terlan churches will snake offerings for local home missions Last year tho missionary offering from Christian churches was 1211318 this year an effort will be made to mite It to IlKOCOO Georgetown College now has 8372 000 endowment and equipment Prod dent Taylor will Increase the endow meal 8100000 Eld Joseph Dallou will preach at McCormacka church next Sutday morning at 11 oclock and each Ore Sunday during the year List year only 61 out of 2157 South ern Presbyterian Sundayschools mad offerings for ministerial relief only 50 percent ol the churches gave anything and 1393 churches lave nothing Tho great union revival now In prog rees In this city under the leadershlf of Major Hilton evangelist and Prof Grant Colfax Tuller choir leader con tinues to create Interest The town U In a furor of religious enthusiasm says a Danville dispatch Rev M S Clark of Duller Is hold log an Interesting meeting at the Meth odlet church with two services dally 1030 A M and 7 1 M tie Is a good preacher and his sermons are being cc Toyed by the good crowds that attend The meeting will continue through this week Rev G C Cromer pastor of tho Third Christian church Louisville threw copies ol the works of Shakos peare Burns and Byron the Sunday CourierJournal and a magazine Into the stove and burned them before hie congregation In bis ecrmon he ex plained that he did not consider the books fit to be In a Christians library and that be opposed all Sunday news papers LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Japanese agents have just bought 4 000 horses In South Dakota Blue Grass seed for sale Extra qual Ity A W Carpenter Moreland Ky 4t Chat B Stewart purchased lo Dour hoe 104000 pounds of choice tobacco at from eight to thirteen cents What is known as the Red Ike Shelby farm about nine miles from Loxlngtin sold at 8110 The place coo tame 500 auras C D Brnwn sold last week to Walter Dlstell his farm of 80 acres on tho Crab Orchard and Ottcnhelm turnpike for 81800 Bo now owns a 4000 farm in Lincoln county O T The stock breeders of Hard In county are taking steps toward establishing live etock breeders association The object of the association Is to hold an nual sales of pedigreed stock W B Hawkins president of the Kentucky Burley Tobacco Growers Association says contracts havo been made for the delivery of ten mlllloi pounds and that capital to finance the concern will now quickly be forthcoming R L Murphy bought 100 hogs at 3 to Ii cents butcher cattle 21 cents and 50 sheep at 8250 Curd Wllllami bought the M A Williams farm Monday for 82850 and Im mediately sold llio W C Cundlf for 82000 Liberty News OTTENHEIM Tom Brlnt has sold his farm to Fred Nlcolelgb a German for 8550 Master Morris Lynn Tucker Is visit log his brother J A Tucker at Bus Adams and little daughter Goldie arc on the sick llsi the latter having been III for two weeks The Somerset fever la raging In this community two or three having Bona and more are on tho eve of starting to that city J T Manuel of this place and Mise Fannlo Marshbantcs of Garrard were married at the home of the bride WednesdayGarley Is moving again hay inc moved twice In 10 days and at this writing ho Is packed up to move again but we wont say whore he Is going to for fear bo will change his mind before be gets there Mr and Mrs Skelton Coleman were surprised a few day ago by the arrival of little Zarloh and Nellie Spratt their grandchildren aged 11 and nine from lodlanapoll Their father sent them to live with the old folks Andy McKlnney while on a trip to Garrard to see hie best girl went itkat ing and fell and broke his collar bone He Is getting along very well with his wound Let this be a warning to all young men whoare In love Chamberlains Cough Remedy The Best Made In my opinion Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is the best made for colds says Mrs Cow Walker of Portervillo Cal Thero is no doubt about its being the best No other will cure a cold so quick ly No other is so sure a preventive ol pneumqula No other Is so pleasant and Bafo to take These are good reasons why It should be preferredto any other The fact ia that few people are satisfied with any otherafter having once used this rem edy For sale by all Druggist WINTER MEAT EATING The Poor Stomachs Tale ofWoo Just Now Miona Needed At this season of tho year thousands of peoplo nro already showing tho ill sym touts that ale sure to result from tho us ual winter diet Indeed life meat eating hearty food lack of exercise overwork and poor ventilation spoil slcknets and poor health If the stomach cannot do Its work prop only ill health Is sure to follow Mi o na Is the one medicine that assures a nat ural digestion that strengthens the stom ach tint soothes and Mall all irritation congestion and Inflammation in the stom ach or bowels It Is this that makes It a certain and guaranteed cure for all stern ach troubles- If the digestion is Impaired tho blood Is impoverished and becomes filled with poisonous impurities deranging tbo en tire system and causing sickness and suf feting Mio na acting upon the stom ach and digestive organs cures sleepless ness nervous troubles headaches back aches and general wcekncss and debility If you ate weak and ailing tie chances are that It Is duo to a diseased stomach but you can be cured by using Miona Ask Penny the reliable druggist lo show yon the strong guarantee under which MIO na is sold Mlona costs but boo a box If it does not help you the price is absolutely nothing Reports from the Florida orange belt show that about 75 per cent of the oranges and Vrapefrnlt remaining on the trees has bien froann and made un salable An agreoable movement of tho bowels without any unplaasani effect Is produce by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For tale by nil druggists Dar21 Tratjlor OIALCIl IN e WHlskn Brandy Wines Beer Glaars Etc KYGlowPrompt polite attention Nothing but the bee to drink phone cr telegraph orders recoin- DrolDplttentlon R B Mahony Insurance Solicits a ibare of the patronjo of thin property owners In the counties of incoln and Casey who mar be seeking in surance against lire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLino roOm panics represented and the low ret possible rales are guaranteed Phone S- 3Stanford Kentucky POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tree passing on our place and will prosecute Tlolators to the full extent of the law Chance Ensslln J II McAlister Mrs Kate Ador Itelchenbach Urns Fred VonOruunlgan Albert VonOruenlgsn Fred VonAllman Fred Uaumann Alfred Simpson George Holmes Mil Mattle H Howes K Kelchcnbach Charles Cummins Joe liallou A 0 Dunn 8 M Holmes W EAmon Wit Dangherty M J Hartman M D Klmore Ieter W barter J Nevin Garter J E Bruce W F Shomaker Thomas Ferrtll Green Ferrlll F J Conn CHICHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYROYAL RILLS lrbltx Lpdlrak IrunDt fb- tcalllIIsarYltM AINu in Itn and Jolil miallic bore Mklnl will blue rliboii fake nu other llrfkiki JatiutroiiM iilill lulliiiuiinil linliulloii Jliivil your lmiKlt or end If In Mumpi fur Iurllrnlitr Trkll niiiiilnU and teller fur Lndlr Inter bltJlllrulnC1CUIOIIBBTBR OIIKMIOAL CO 2100 IfnUUuu Sqiliirr IllllA 1A- McBtlH IkU ppr 1 k7Jtlh jI o 6YvmCOYvY VmVlflSnV VBnSorOHtW YzpollIoDVoatprtull liusluraii Course Including Tui p6SOITSUOHPTlis Kentucky Vnlrsriltr Diploma under ml knarnowOraduatanuceetulI WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky 1 gad Led ucarly1WOrtImniseUmdaolalyai t First National Bank Stanford ICy Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1818 then reorganized as the National flank of In 1865 and again reorganized as the First National flask of Stanford In UsJ having bad practically an unlnter rupted existence It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact nerbetoreAccounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK I CAPITAL STOCK SSSOOOO Directors J H Paxton J II Owtley 8 II Shanks W 0 Walker Oeo W Carter I n roster I O Oooch W II Cummins HeightII II Shanks Successors to The Farmer Dank A Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually boneBclal Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford No M M acres of ualaprored Ins to Iros cn trMiHMU from 6abul Station oe Iron teat Will sell exehwge hr Ireleryln UDCOO fount No Small farm If AIr 5mute Iron Mn luril Houitot burf ooJ rooms tact perch sod minds fined taro atJ utber buildings la gaol Out In ill neM well Goad S9 axe la eulltvallaaonairin fruit trees mt to I1UOI mDlllllor at barf ad tanto sadIn MM ath nla OOM Kbml hiirah Irk 1 per acre Laud JeIal MM ttt Ito and balabarxdp Ko MA lanao IMaerra laCwa Ky Oaan4onebllwrydwanlat nh lit rams geed lira and other oaUMlUlugt tiuy seer cttlllsibn U serfs la Untor twit ln s ate- skeaneLaywell ea cwalr N tj to Mhuolrti I rlewnly his No Ma IOarnadwselondOuYrlad lora se retry neat oil 01 i VIM Creeks Uttutsrvef the Norma Fat KtaiHtk rlttr 11IIaUvsmfk tHtead ti M mllM of Mfcl pnpscty tas tooter iMMs ol eat Ne Tine iHifcrt Will aril M arbaepi w My t1eaA nix two Wry eight 1155 ilwrlllnt la Stanford llaaiwo ball cool cellar with aeDerCte saw aooJ garden well in klube- eneseabla onpisnwatch renharylpe enlb- Tbdenillag rents per month This p city U la repair sod ua be huwlit for UIW Ne U Karm ITS arm iplendtJ Hvrttut lad In iJDcolneottQtv Two nay room iu ot mW lienaBt buuMM barn room orafer heal N stock wIIIbr necwry outtrtilMUp all la roxlmalr LIOM to rburrb Kliool p anlr- PauraJandii netghhmboud am in ruttsratioorat itgrwsodtlmbeftr Tbla U si heal country bout aa ill cetxeolentvi on iflar alitC W1t watered with it Dr Iiuinj prints etc rice noaable No SI90 acre of laud nun tulle trout SotKy rut In or1 acre In cultiva tion W acre In pUlllnbaIDreln timber Dwell logronalaepermrooms adat rn and building lit sptn did riVair Well watered lrlto KNW No 2tiGoacfeeef ladlnFun rout Kea six mills from allroSd ao l mile from Aidansu tint ISneDt bolloll It Ant claia land iotIngrw1blin l li for sale or rNoCJA arm of JM acres la Uncoln musty Three dwellings a good bmud other out rummofTim Thisand la a poalolBfe good lobawo farm snd would suit two or tbr e families that aught want to 0105 trout the urns nelf hlorhond Prior reasonable No 62Two wry frame dwelling of alx rooms two balls outu11dlriieweAlsudl and allot l1r nlftlllr srie blackimltb abopCOtWsndabedi lull length of shop sod f iwlde Tbla property will bt sold at a my low price No SIA farm of in sets four miles from Ktan fort on beat plks In the counlr well watered outtutl fnr nlloo Arpl niIdbtuegrafasrmiosda iyJ- minuleadrlvfromeoutyseal Owner line larm adjoining this has recently refused IU Mr aero 1e otter this sl f17IIO No MKfty attn oar Heaaant Point Kj Fram bouae ro6ma and Barn and other outbuildings SacrMln cultivation mat In tlm ber Well wateied Btu yards from pmtorUceKriool aod church layrwellonplb and In good cum aunlty 1rkNl1O- N013230acre firm ii mile ot Crab Orchard- Ky Ilrlck dwelling rooms two tenant house two bun well and spring near dwelling Farm In nat of cultivation 160 acre dyer IUoll1 pNorov- el r well watered etc Price loo 6iacie of land on Jamestown roil south DunnviuemooacresInmltivatbnabout n acres In timber Lad rest In grass A large new frame dwe- llIngalsoanotlJweihnqonplre A new barn anj two nil ones Is and the fencing It good On public roaJ Price f1000 Also a 50 barrel mill In Mercer county on Snit River Steam power now up todato In every particular ana dwell- Ing with Improvements 20 acre of Ono land close to Southern railroad Price fO TACO acres of land near Junction Cltyrut In setea Heidi 21 arm in eultlnlloaj rest In grass a nice OUPI orchanl and nd grape hat loon In Kentucky Tarty sold 2800 iioundi of trapes laat year It allwateredanti fencing good Close to school sad chuff bee A twoatory tit room frains dwelling good barn cribs etc all good repair lrlc U30 Also It acres of Florida land In Mann vllle On raliroad street through place leaving 8 ROres on one side with story room house und oranges Irachoe pours plums grapes nil bearing undo acres on other side with 4 room oilo sTory house or anges peaches pears plums grapes bear lug All for 82000 or the 0 acres for 1600 and the tI acres fur 11100 A Ilullltt county Ky farm of 100 sterna with good 3story house metal root barn water etc 110 sterns of tlmbei that will make ties staves barrel timber Ground will grow wheat corn tobacco etc only 2COO H cash Iluca has 500 fruit trees 171 acres 4 ratio llurdstown Junction nullltt county Ky 120 acres cultivated balance lu timber good three room liousu with hall new log burn smoke house wood house tine well good springs und running water two orchards three room tenant loupe Is u beautiful farm and productive choap for 13300 83000 cash balance In one two three yours 122 acres three mile nf Wlllltburp Well ington county Ky 110 acres cultivated ucren In beech timber well cistern springs orchard story six room frurno house veranda cellar barn cribs wood house smoke house hen house school on the farm Title Is u good farm worth the money 82500 8li2SO cash balance one und two years f I Officers J a HOOKKU Presl 9T lUiium V Ire JJ McKOHKKTS Our W II WRARRNAsst Chr Directors F Reid Darivllle 8 T Harris Stanton J 8 Mocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M U Klmore Stanford 8 II Stanford T Stanford Jaa lioblnson Hubble J II llauchman Stanford J M Iottui Htanford Ed Carter Stanfordw Officers 8 U SHANKS rresldinl W M tlKIQHTOasottr W O WALKER Asit Oasblir Ky Haydxorklln kithea and sadly recta UUOI bin and all Hennary outUttMlngs liar well fnre5 X1and Is good repair llMM ales oat MM sod It Hmparatlrtl new sad we only ask 17M let Us het proptty NaMKam ol tll acrelptey Milt Two tery frame dwelllBg tm list wlballnge In r joJndlol otllllI1Iad Is geed aasweuwatly A Mrgslp at N7 HrmofIUacie In Cuay t new two story I mesa as drdlleg antoil dwelling Infaireowhtkw litres sad other out buildings UII swunty HM tpltodld 1MmIsnt- wh Iwatered t lla iprltif etc This II a de ilraMolMMe rrkvll YdeWaaeeber1Ileelllag SlurI J 17wi I ftc llsr lid II awi NndeearfaUl r 4 P erU awl alk IMisM le kIt ewHlos Cheap 4ar clMMtvws will toll a mall liwlly No It MH sorts of Im4 Br Crib HrMp N lTwoitorr Iraae dwllIgpd rcratxla UUO garden wring sad Onblnliioniretalt Per toi trot let No M Iarm elf iIe acre HienM a villa Ky M seen In ciUlliattoB r lo limli ririllarrau Nl watered two good hirer sad olhw nwantlelyaclMwl iMMron sal C dt lrtrtr lire oc deetnlLirelet tl 400 or la parrrii of Ml In than M arm to suit purrriawr Tblsltn rtalDly bnpiroprl7 lsaslaIpe I welts In yard splendid orchard and 2 acne In ioKotlrulars aildmt Ontrsl kralwky RI KataU Ki ebsnged TltUfo WaypestarjKY bynicerNo 3 HouMsna Of arm of land In NtKln an fooddarms No aep acre of rood land ala rooms two- story dwrlllnf wHl watered goad IfDcinj liltthe subtitle ol Hi city ol Slasbrd rkxt to iradJ bODlJrlNa311room Trains rottif and on tanand In Ky Large barn smoke hour All betiding sod frttrlnc In goat repair lda SIOO No UTea stirs of land two tor leant sot Iale seven rooms hall sic 1101 new s goal inlrn and iiplf odl j orcbird ol strrs eodnf rood Iwolablbugp boss smote hosts tieuod well on lilac Iberl altos goof mill the place a g oj cnubf In mill It It run by nit urlloor wblrb la s great emnomyand lb dim lowOgure oJ No M Prams hotel large rooms double reran dat ballway Etc A large 2 story itoreroooi sultrbeepapered and painted rooms nod veranda rath A r on same lot used u livery sable Hood garden Vacant lot adjoining M rHt froM KyandpermonthuebsngforNo 71A nice four room rotage water In gooJlroIealandiorated rroadabout 123 In timber and grass and about 150 In grass Timber on place Is cut to 18 shinglesthe placo twlco over A largo part is fenc cd Thoro are four dwellings of room g cash and one store of two Maries with rooms tins well and springs of water Is lo 2 miles nt county suat and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 92200 Onehalf cashHouranti Grist Mill Anderson countyr ironbuiltuptoS mCIII bolt Tho Is of 7 years rum ucras with the mill including what Is with tho house of S rooms All for f82SO or 15 cashMasMississippiThereorpoilunltlei for protitibla Investment ai the Missis sippi U litli U now fitly described as Pros peilly Valley The llmterj Is becomlnc morevalu tlmlxrIslastdiminlshing umbetrat purposes It will rroJuce a bale of cotton lo the Inthe gives a yield which cannot be excelled taus are the title Is perfect and the man also buys Delta farm Investmentvided Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract lo 17000 acres to the tract and prices front S8 per tare WearetherUrehelltluhforComneCehl0rt0nIcullrs call at our ornce rJ