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J t t SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I tvi xxxu STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 319053 P M NO 100 11 WINTER EATING RUINS STOMACHS 1 Now is the Time You Noed Mlona Says Penny Think lor moment of the extra strain you put up n the stomach In the Winter The hearty toad tho late tupport anal the act ol rierctio and outdoor life allwesk- Cu and strain tho stomach laying tho for poor beau nnd suffering 1foundtllln stomach iroublei nervous it- t khdnetllabllilytlis a hUll Qfton dated from a o extra good living Nearly CToryone is liutbtretl with more or lUll headache and backaches furred tongue poor ap l tlte dry hacking cough heartburn poll before the eyes dizziness or vertigo leepletineii lack of onergy lou of lleah or a general weak tired feeling Now li the time when Miona U needed to repair the ravage and wasted the hearty eating of Winter hat caused In the stomach and digestive system Tills la the only known agent that strengthens the stomach and illgwtlv organs 10 that they can and will readily dlgwt whatever food 1eaten A MIo na tablet taken before each med will remove all filia bona Inflammation and congestion in the digestive organs and ere strengthen then that they will extract from the food all that goes to make good rich blood firm muscle and a nil healthy jody This remarkable remedy costa but 50c and If Itt Ute does not rcilore your full vigor vitality and health Penny one of the best known druggists In thli section will refund your money Unbounded ti faith like thin deserves your confidence eo LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Blue Crass Iced for tale Extra qua Ity A W Carpenter Moreland Kr 4l Too census report for cotton glnond to January 10 In 005 counties shows 0 717003 bale Mr L Shelby Tel has sold to I S Lute of Ureely lad the thou three year old jCk Capt Iowoll for 1900 Capt Powell was Ired by S T liar rliUllly Keeoe dam Mrs Hun lay by St John Cochran Bros and J W Nsah o Lexington cold to Vance NujfcoU ol Cleveland for 18000 the three earold I brown Oily Susie N by Moko dam Gypsy Dark bv Wlllwood and she will bo prepared and driven by the Cleveland trainer In her many engage menu this season m COSTLY MILK George B Bourgols a New Jersey attorney In tho lolereit of his one yearold son paid liOO for two quart bottles of milk and the same amount cf cream or at tbo rate of lf 0 a quart bottle Mr Bourgol live In Ventnor which was completely cut oil blaclty On calling up a milk tho lawyer found that It would to deliver milk He 1depol hired Archie Uurrell to get tbo Snowdrift ten feet high In plac DurrcU horse and carriage time ho was obliged to drive to ordinarilyrthree mile proved tobe three time that distance and occupied more than four hour Rut bo reached the depot and delivered the milk Mr Bourgols gave Uurrell a check for 1200 t Grave Trouble Foreseen It need but little foresight to tell that when your stomach and liver arc badly affected grave trouble U ahead unlcia you take the proper medicine for your dlftnte IB Mm John A Young of 1Olay NYdId ShoeayoI had nell of the liver and stomach my bout I waa weakened and 1 could not cat was very bad for n long time but In c Feeble littler found just what needed for they quickly relieved and I cured me Best medicine for weak women Sold under guarantee by Pen I nys Drugstore Stanford Ky and Lynn Broi Crab Orchard Ky at fiOc a bot sin There U an old Negro down In my f town said John Sharp Williams tho leader of the HoueeIIwbo 1democratlc I wanted to reward him so I said Uncle which shall I elvo you a I ton of coal or a bottle of whlikv FohdoLod Maaia John he replied vou all ihorely knows I bubo wood Washington Postt I wars r In Remitting For His I J Mr C D Hooker Writes Entertain ingly GUILPORO Mo Jan IOPleallo place my name ai far alone on you Mil an the enclosed amount will justify according lo your term for I cannot make up my mind to have my old home piper ditcoavlnued I nave been atuo scriber for so lung It would seem n though I had ton a dear friend to do without the paper DOW I tblok I have been lutucrlbcr to the I J cioin lu 35c r You may say to mv friend and rotative In old Lincoln that the leave mv family and myself well I have been from your county and Eta o 10 loot my friend ore nut Ill oumnruu a i they were once but I mould bac j number of relative there When I lets III I860 Lincoln county wax nrctty thoroughly saturated with Hooker blood and I thought of a very rood quality When 1 came Wet I bro arht a combination ol blood Whllo It was all Kentucky yet U was of different strains Uocker sod McKinney I w III hay that I am well pleated with the re suit Wo are having and have had thro January real old fatbloucd winter and u large oer cent of the month has beer zero weather once aa low ai 17 below but It loot iio cold tcjat however the country li covered over with mow I would blame our State legislature lot the severe cold but after a second thought I cant conilitentlv do to for this reason They are having ll 10 hot at Jefferson City that I thick It would cause the snow to melt even this far north I presume you beard that the republicans had an election In Missouri lat fall on or about the 8ib of Novem ber Well they did all the same nod In tho vend pit was found they had elected a majority of the Leglnlators In the Stale loo Ort time In 10 years They dlioovered tbat the door of the U S Senate wn opiu sad the bIll one made a break to get In but none of them have been able to get lu a yet It bat ben eo long since a republican has bad an opportunity at Ibis door tbttt It seeim they all want In and hen the dog In the manger If I cant you blot seem to be tbelr motto Tney bould make much of Ibis oppor tunity for It Unt very probable they will have such another one soon Your Respectfully C D UociCKK CRAB ORCHARD Mr Stark Fish II visiting bli moth cr Mri E Fish Tte dullness of our little city was en livened a few day agO by tbe appear ance on Main Street of a handsome In telligent looking wan In bit bare feet the thermometer marking near zero It was supposed that ho was ahJIIl getting over a recent high lonesome Mill Monte Uronaugh returned Sat urday from a visit to Mn L C Smith at Orodbead John Buchanan of Lou isville spent a few days with the borne folk Mr Lewis Hall returned from a visit to hli father Monday Sam King loft Sunday for Birmingham where be has a good business patlllon Mr and Mr Curtis of Natbvllle are guests of his parent Mr and Mrs Wm Curtis near Walnut Flat Miss Catherine Bro naugh leave this week for a lengthy visit to Lexington friends Mr J J Brook the well known druggist U mingling with old friend hero TUB EDITOIIS CARKKU The stork disappear and we look Into the cradle and behold a male child After run slog the gauntlet of measles mump and chlckonpox ho enter school At the BKQO ten he fs a redbeaded freck lefaced boy the terror of the neigh borhood At 12 ho li apprentice In a printing office At 18 ho hag acquired Iwo cases of lung primer sad an array press and la the editor of a country newspaper At20bo U married At 30 ho li baldneaded stoopihouldered and the father of u largo family At 35 ho It a corpse In n cheap pine c6lln and as 600 delinquent subscriber file plAIt his bIer for the last look they are heard to savuDo was a good man but be couldnt savo hili money u William J Bryan gave 2500 toward Iplng out the debt of Illinois College of which he Is an alumnus 1 44I1111 The New Body Builder II J As delicious as a Fresh Orange Supersedes oldfashioned Cod Liver OU and Emulsions Ounrnntbcd to contain nil tho medicinal elements actually token from Roiiulno fresh crud livers with organic Iron and other but no oil or grease making till ForIold people puny children weak polo women nursing mothers chronic cold hacking coughs throat and lung troubles Incipient consumptionnothing equals Vlnol a Try ItlfyiHi dont tike It wa wilt return money PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD A NEWS NOTES Fifteen buildings at Stafford Ksa were destroyed bare Tbn principal dormitory of Oberlln College was destroyed by fire Four builnKM blocks wero almost de stroyed by Ore at Schenectady N Y Tbo safe of the post otllce at Ladoga Ind was blown and 130was secured Free delivery of mall within the city limit of Paris hat been Inaugurated The handsome now Carncelo library was thrown open to the public at Par Is Thomas Berry a well known Ken Lucky horseman U dead ut New Or leanThe Austrian steamer Slam lib coal for the Russian was captured by the Jape Use person was killed sod levcra Injured in a cia tlDr accident at Bloom IOBIOD III Judge Jam M Hobton rather ol Capt lUcbraood P Bobion Is dead at Greensboro N U A deal for a consolidation of all the breweries of Toledo 0 Into a 15000 000 corporation was completed The court of aijneals affirms the death sentence against Geo D War ner for the murder of Pulaikl Leeds In LouisvilleCapt Speed clerk of the United States qourl In Louisville civil war veteran and writer of tote Is dead after an lllneM of two years A woman In male attire and armed with a Winchester held up the mall carrier between Boooevllle and Man- Chester Ky and secured it registered package containing tOO Orders of arrest chagln contemp of court In causing witnesses In the Marcum suit to leave Winchester were- luued by Judge Denton against the Qarglici French and others Eugene B U ID too iralllo manage of the Tennessee Central railroad says that what the South needs Is the rn peal of toe Uw against Chinese Imral gratloa Tw noolles would be creallv peltrblo in the Negroes be thinks U Is bopdd at St Petersburg that to- voable results will follow the audience given by Emperor Nicholas alTsarskoe Solo to a delegation of worlclngmen In addition to paternal advice the royal tsmUv has contributed 125000 for the relief of the families of those killed and wounded In the rioting of Jan 22 Tbe manufacturers of St Petersburg have also made concessions totbe tlrlk ers The situation In Poland Is still strained and strikes are reported from Irkutsk and several other Siberian towns Prince SvlatopolkMlriky bat resigned the Ministry of the Interior Tbe Court of Appeal granted a temporary writ of Injunction against the judge of the Fayotte circuit court re straining until further orders pro ceedings in that court against the Uargts brothers and Ed Callahan In dieted for the murder of James Cock rill Final hearing of a motion for a permanent writ of prohibition will be had on Friday Fdb 10 on wblcb day the court will hear arguments on the motion Warrants against James Har gli Alexander Harris Ed Callaban and B F French were Issued at Win chester Tuesday charging them with Interfering with witnesses In the Mar cum damage case French has beer arrested at Winchester The record of proceedings In Brcilh Ut county In the case of the Hargleea which was tiled with the appellate court rotkes Interesting reading The allUavIt upon which the magistrates warrant was Issued was nude by ono Elnorv Freeman and alleges that affiant saw defendants In the said court see and story of the court house at the time of the shooting This allldavit WIIa made on Dec 3 1001 and the defend ants wore arrested by one Hiram Cen ters a deputy sheriff and released on bond of 12000 The bond for A H Har cue was executed by Ed Callaban that for James Hargls by Elbert Gargle and Hiram Centers the arresting officer that fur Elbert by W n Back his at torney and that for Ed Callahan by Elbert Hargls ono of the defendants Fraud Exposed A few counterfeiters have lately been nuking and trying to eell imitations of Dr Kings New Discovery for Conaum tlon Coughs and Colds and other niedl clues thereby defrauding the public This Is to warn you to beware of such people who seek to profit through steal Ing the reputation of remedies which have been successfully curing disease for over 35 years A sure protection to you Is our name on tho wrapper Look for It on all Dr Kings or Uucklens remedies as all others lire more Imita tions II E BUCKLES A 00 Chi cage III and Windsor Canada It U said that a recent Boyle county grand jury returned 10 Indictments against the Standard OU Co Can It bo possible that those unfeeling min ions of the law wish to still further Im poverish John D Rockefeller whoso dividends only amounted to 15000000 tbo as compared to t7 precedlnltdvocateI SOMERSET Sleighing Is fine and many are eh joying the sport The Somerset Idea tablet Is the latest thing In the tablet line A cottage of R H Bartell on Main street occupied by a colored family burned Monday olgbt Papers from all over the State are complimenting the Srmeriet Idea Send 6Uo for Ore month subtcrlpilon One of Mr Converseschlldreo while sleighing Wednesday evening ran In to a horse and wagon and was severely colon the bead- Somerset Is trying hard to get an- Elk lodge It Is being talked up bj the leading business men of Somerset There are 15 Elks hero One of the most enjoyable dance given In tbo large club room for come time was that of last Friday night Some 30 couples participated Tbi Somerset orchestra furnished the sic The Ore department of Somerset it somelblng to be proud of Tbe Ore alarm was given Monday evening and the department arrived just as the house was about to fall In Be ready for you know not the hour or tbe minute Mrs Dr J M Owens Is visiting IE Stanford Leo Colllnswortb has returned from a Lexington business col lege where be graduated In sever weeks We wonder why other younj men havent done thlsoTbe Mists Kelley of Richmond returned home Monday after a short visit to Miss Ag net Meade Mlri Edna Ramsey return ed to Montlcello Tuesday alter a visit to Mrs Ed Morrow Mr S U Goodwin entertained a few of his gentlemen friends Tuesday even Ing at the Newtonian Hotel Music and tongs were the chief amusement 1 of the evening Mr Goodwin Is one ol Somereeis nicest young men and all pronounced the evening a very enjoya ble one Those present were Norman Waddle Irvine Thomas Everet Hum DIe Dr M E Tate Robt Saufley Ce oil Williams Frank Brlnkley Andrew Waddle and Rtymond McCarty A Tribute to sJaBailey The cold wind of January lath was not more chjUlog to our bodies that that which chilled our hearts when the message came to us that Mrs Clara Bailey had gone out from srajogst us to be forever with the Lord lAnd not until we saw her body lowered to Its Ian resting place could we realize the wo would see ber no more It Is not our purpose In this short notice to eu logize this splendid woman Her life as wife mother and daughter was lived In the fear of the Master and because It was thus lived we wouli point those who sorrow so deeply to the hope ol meeting horde the life beyond The years bring many changes to ut all and as we go back to other days memory brings before us a happy home where this charming woman Burr rounded by those who loved her die penied a gracious hospitality We ec joyed her kindly deeds and hear the music ol ber voice The picture Is bright but It fades and we sadly real ize that the sweet voice Is hushed and the old familiar faces are gone We too have the hope of meeting this dear friend and so wo will not say goodbye but In some brighter clime wo will bid her good morning M Hustonvllle Jan 30 1905 n KINGSVILLE Mrs Green Murpoy Is ill with grip Mrs W L McCarty Is down with the time trouble Sirs lea Foster nni children of Eubanks were the guest of relatives here Mrs Clara Broyle ol Burnslde Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Dunn Miss Tense Dunn hai returned from a visit to her sister al Burnatde A wreck occurred here Wednesday afternoon caused by the switch below leftopan The local ran Into It a tllld Ing with ao nnglne and several cars derailing three One loaded with coal was overturned sad all wero pretty badly demolished Nobody wee Injured except Dan Hester who was pretty badly shaken up- Afraid ofStrong Medicines Many people suffer for years from rhcu malic pains and prefer to do so rather than take the strong medicines usually islven for rheumatism not knowing that a quick relief from pain may be hadsim ply by applying Ohambo Iains Pain Halm and without taking any medicine Inter nally Rev Amos Parker of Magoolla North Carolina suffered for eight years with a lame hip due to severe rheumatic pains He has been permanently cured by the free application of Chamberlains Pain Balm For sae by Lynn Bros Crab Orchard The House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce has authorized a favorable report on the Maun bill to abolish the Panama Canal Commission mod place the work entirely In limo hands of the president L um4t n i New Store Clearance Sale In order to make room for our Spring stockwhich will be coming in shortlwe have decided to cut down the PRICES of our stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats C Caps Ladies Cloaks Jackets Skirts and Ladies and Cents Furnishings To be appreciated you must see the bar gains we nre offering to you therefore we invite you to come see and be convinced of the bargains we are offering Dont miss the opportunity of seeing our goods before you buy elsewhere ttsttw SAM ROBINSONa Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Your money back if you do not like it INDIA RELISH One of the celebrated HEINZ 57 VARIETIES An appetizing sweet tickle relish excellent with meats cold or hot a Its only fault It is scfgood as to he eaten extravagantly ftlf you do not like it we will return full purchase price W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY LTe ou 5o ng to 11XI13- eyXs Season 2 tlsRSaa etea Have you thought of this The cost of Chimneys Grates Mantels Hearths I will put you in n Tutric Furnace warm your house nil over and save fuel A furnace will save trouble and expenses caused from bursted pipes to amount to something in a few cold winters Think how clean no shies no coal no kindling in your rooms Consult tine tinner S H ALDRIDGE IPhone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky c Queen Crescent Route SHORTEST LINE ANDIQUICKEST SCHEDULES BeTWEEN t Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Texas Points ETC D N A1KGN Trav Passr Agt 89 li Main St Lexington Ky W A fiARRUTT lien Mgr W C RINGARSON Gen Pass Agt CINCINNATI TO THE FARMERS Iwtrco It is necessary to have good fences to protect your crops So if you will call told Keo us we can furnish you The American Fence the best woven fence on the market Wo have just received oarload of this fence and will make the price suit Cull und see us W E Perkins Crab Orchard 11 lyC Ja 1 3 l7 dE INTERIOR JOURNAL E c WALTON JOHN BROWNS body ilea moulder log to clay but bla eplrlt doesnt teem to go marching on In Kansas hotels Although Booker Washington went arm In arm with the governor to ad dress the Legislatures poor white trash of a botel keeper declined to permit Mr Rooaavelle associate to place his feet under hla mahogony or repose upoc bis downy couches This Is too utterly too too bad and the broncho buster should cill a special eeaalon of Congress to cjnstder the matter FORTY years after the war Congresi Is Increasing the lIat of pensions from i 500 to 1000 every Saturday whlcn Is pension day Last Saturday 553 bills were paeeed as fast as the clerk could read them by the title No one pays attention to them but tbo member who Is Interested and they go through wlthj out debate or roll call It Is a burning haft which continually calls for peneloneand etlll moro pensions TUB W C T U at Carbondale Pa his begun a crusade on the shocking use of such profane expression as Mr Lord Good Heavens and eo forth by women This It a step In the right direction but It does not go far enough It must be made a penal offence oven If Kentuckys It per day per diem Solons have to be called Into another extra session Wo are tired qJ having our nerves shocked by such profanity MR NIKDRINQUAUS of Missouri mar never be U S Senator and heres hoping he will not be but bo will have the satisfaction of getting his peculiar palromylo before the public and of ra iding that one can get so near and yet be so far He hasnt as many votes as he started with since his methods of conducting the republican campaign In that State have been brought Into the limelight TILE U S court bas decided that theI b jet trust Is an unlawful combination lils now up to the president to see that criminal proceedings are instituted against the concern which has fattened BJ long on mans necessity CONGRESS bas increased the appro priation for free seed distribution 1100000 Evldenty the republican members think they are going to have a hard time for reelection next time JOUANN HOCK the man with 20 wives has been wrested We should think ho would enjoy a little rest In jail after such experience POLITICAL The Tenneisee Senate passed the LUocUlcu bill prohibiting betting on race tracks Two members of the Tennessee Leg islature engaged In a flat fight In the corridor of the capitol In Nashville The Tennessee souse pawed a bill taxing unmarried men but made It ap ply only to the home county of the au thor of the measure The temperance people of Indiana woo a victory in tbe Senate by the passage of the Moore bill amending the lawIs the souse re fused to concur In the Senate amend mint to its bill changing the boundary f of the Runt property for a capitol rite The lower house of the General As sembly adopted a resolution Indorsing the position of President Roosevelt In t the matter of extending the powers of the Interstate Commerce Commission The grand jury at Portland Ore indicted Senator John H Mitchell on the charge of bribery The Indictment contains six counts State Senator George C Brownell was indicted at the w same time charged with subornation of perjury The Illinois Legislature hay appointed a committee to Investigate the t graft charges made by Representa tive Comerford In an address to law students at Chicago Mr Comerford has been allowed until Monday to prepare his case and says ha will be ready on that day to substantiate a part of his charges To Representative Jesse M Alver son must be given no small share of the credit for the fact that the House has done Its full duty In the Capitol site Realizing that the republicans had put the matter up to all democrat etchers to stand with the majority of their par ty or block all legislation favoring a new site Mr Alverson put asldd per eons opinions and cast hit vote for the elte agreed on by a majority of the democrats in the House His example was followed bv flvo other Representa fives who felt as bo did and in conse quence the Rouse stands ready to ad- Journ aftor haying done ltd full duty within two weeks from the commence ment of the session Louisville Times Editorial On motion of Col Allen the court of appeals Issued an order for James W Edwards magistrate of Breathltt coun tyto before It Feb 10 and pro duce all records warrants bonds memoranda eta In the BarRlsCaUa han cases t tu PREACHERSVILLE Born to the wlfoofLovl Bell a girl At the request of friends who with to know the number of snows Idle sea son wo will state that there have been 25 up to and Including Feb 3 From recent developments It now teems that others beside the man with the twobushel basket must have had their fortunes told by the mistletoe- J M Cress sold to S G Anderson a lot of 800pound fat heifers at 3e also 300 bales of bay to Collier Tatem at J1025 Mr Terry Is here buying tim ber for staves Mrs OliO Naylor Is much Improved Mr and Mr Geo King aro sick with the grip Mrs S 0 Carpenter la Ib disposed J L Anderson Is having a tough time with grip W p White round a pearl In Dlx river recently which ho gave to his brother James Wbltbjwho refused an oiler of 115 for It Mr White could havo found more pearls If ho bad bad tbo time to spare The lowest the mercury has reached at this place this season was 1 below zero It Is reported that Mr B T Lunsfords thermometer bad the bot tom knocked out by the mercury dropping so far below zero The Misses Carpenter entertained at flinch Tuesday evening Mrs J B Hutchlns Is visiting her sister Mrs James Elmore at Jelllco J B Hutch Ins Is at Lexington attending a bual ness college John Anderson and Hay den Naylor who are running Mr Geo Evans farm are in receipt of letters from that gentleman who Is spending the winter In Florida stating that ho Is enjiylng himself and has better health than he has bad for some time Mrs Fannie Suttop one of the oldI eat and best women of thlsseotlon diedI at her home here Sunday evening af ter a protracted illness of grip and Ills incident to old age She was the wid ow of Benjamin Sutton Her maiden name was Fannlo White being a ale ter of Rev W T B White She was born Jan 3 1823 near Forck church In Garrard where she waa reared and lived until 1870 and since that time had lived In this vicinity She hadI been a conslstant member of the nap tier church for plore than 65 years was a kindhearted homeloving Christian woman and her taking away Is dopier ed by all who knew this most estima ble lady Sbo Is survived by slxgrown children J K Sutton and Misses Fan nie and Allle Sutton of this place W T Sutton Garrard Mrs Patblel of Matoon Ill mod Mrs Mary E Boner ot Alb rove Mo The remains were taken to Fork church burying ground where they were laid beside those of her husband Here and There Plttsburg Phil tho plunger Is dead Two children were burned to death at Parkersburg W Va A captive ground hatcbed a brood of chickens at a Lexington drug store Information from too strike center In Russia Indicate Improved conditions Howard Sasou a farmer was found frozen In his wagon near Mlllersburg At Terre Haute Edward Cooper was acquitted of the murder of Ethel Kee leyNear Honnellsvllle N Y a train struck a sleigh containing 13 women killing 10 of them Sheriff McCord of Clark bas gone to Hazard through Breathltt county to arrest MOle Feltner The entire Northwest and Middle Stales will continue in the embrace of the cold wave for another day A 5000000 syndicate to develop mineral lands In Breatbitt and other mountain counties Is being organized In Cincinnati Base ball was played as far back as 1810 and the that base ball club was or ganized In 1845 In New York It was known as the Knickerbockers MIDDLEBURG Rev Joshua Taylor preached at the M E church Sunday Mrs Motile Durham of Brodbead la visiting relatives here this week Old Unnle James Wilson of Yosem Ito died Sunday night at the ajjo of 80 years Little Mary Harget a sweet little girl was taken sick last Friday and died Monday She was Interred In the Mlddleburg cemetery Wednesday af ter a funeral service at the Methodist church conducted by Rev JOihua Taylor Mlle Salina Jones Is visiting her cousin Miss Cleota Jones at South Fork Miss Nona McDantel Is visiting her aunt at Harrodsburg Mrs Han nah Jones la on the sick list Mies Ethel Coleman made a brief but pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs Clarence Coleman at Burnslde returning home Sunday Miss Jessie Coulter of North Mlddleburg Is visiting her sister Mrs Dolllo McCormack at lluetoovtll tbls week Agonizing Burns Ire instantly relieved and perfectly heal ed by Uiicklena Arnica Salvo C Itiv enbark Jrof Norfolk Va writes I burnt my knee so dreadfully that it bile tered It all over Bucklens Arnica Salvo stopped the pain and healed it without a scar1 Also heals all wounds and sore 25c at Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lynn Brqs Crab Orchards t HUSTONVILLE Many new and valuable articles have been added to tbe 5 and lOc counters at too EmporiumeGreening Alford shipped Monday to Mississippi a carload of good hal ness horses ranging In price from 175 to 1150 Rev G W Mills Is confined to bis room from a severe burn on his foot Charles Condor of Indlanapollt Is via ttlng relatives In the West End this weekA congregational nucitng of the Presbyterian church Is desired for next Sunday to arrange for tbe years work All members and friends are cordially Invited Tbo Morgan Comedy Co held tbe boards at Alcorns tpera Elmyo last Monday night and considering the weather with an olgblnch snow bad a good house- Hustonvllle needs water works a better system of street lights better ma terial on the streets and tbe enforce meat of side walk laws Let the good work begin at once please Newalh for the collegobulldlng have arrived and It Is to bo hoped that the building will be put In a comfortable condition for the school The brick torn oil the top walls during the storm that unroofed It have been replaced J G Weatherford Co about March lilt will open a full and complete lino of furniture house furnishings draper- Ies carpets mattings pIcture frames etc In tbe beautiful room next door to their store This tine will till a long felt want In our city and we predict that success will bo theirs from the be ginningThe ut funeral rites over the remains of Geo W RilTaSr were conducted by they Tbos Coleman at the Baptist church hero Thursday and was attended by a large concourseof friends and relatives Mr Riff moved from this locality where he lived for over fa years to Oklahoma last November Be was 78 years of age and a devout mem ber and one of tho officers of tbe Bap tlat church here Ho was a man of the most profound integrity and had the confidence of all who knew him tie leaves a wife and seven grown children who mourn tbe lose of a kind and In dulgent husband and father CHURCH MATTERS W R Moody son of tbe great evan gelist makes an appeal for 1100000 lo pay the debts and maintain Northfleld schoolsJames Hall has lust closed an 18day meeting at Rowland which was the best to year There were six conver sions and one sanctltlcatlon Eld H C Garrison closed the third year of his pastorate at Pleasant Grove church last Sunday and this people hope to bave him serve them again Marksbury nor Advocate The ueual services at the Baptln church Sunday morning by the paamor Subject now the Otlvtl gore to Church In tbe afternoon at 230 Ihl second of the talk to men will be de livered by Prof Uo4ler Subject Words Every man la Invited Com and give encourniremeni and help In this way You will set help as well a lIve belli this If ton Masters work There will be singing bys mob quar tette Pray for us and nolp us and In Vtte and bring others with jou O M BURY Poisons In Food Perhaps you dont rcaize that many pain poisons originate In your fool but some day you may feel a twinge of dye pepsia that will convlnceyou Dr Kings New Life Pills are guaranteed to cure all sickness due to poisons of undigested food or money back 25c at 1enrfys Drug Store Stanford and Lyne Bron rab Or chard Try them FEMALEWEAKNESS 6t212 CongreM fitPORTLAND Mum Oct 17DOL uperlortoand I know whereof I peak Iuffend for nine months with upprelled menstruation which completely pro Stated me Pains rough my back and ildee and 1 would have bundingheadache My limbu would swell up and I would teel so weak I could not stand I naturally tell discouraged for I teemed to be beyond tbe of phyilelani but Wind of Cardal came w a Ood end to me 1 felt a change for the better within a week After nineteen days treatment 1 mcnitrnated without suffering the agonlei uiually did and soon became regular and without Wine of Cardnl li simply wonderful and 1 wish that all suffering women knew of 1U good qualities h 4Treaiurer Portland Economic League Periodical headaches tell of female weakness Wino of Cardui cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of irregular menses bearing down pains or any female weakness If ore discouragednnd doctors have that is the best reason in tho world you should Wine of Cardui now Remember that headaches mean female weakness Secure a 100 bottle of Wine of todayWINECF CIIDUI ht iulSww sAlM 11tAkhMM rSpace And Money Needed t j TOO To accomplish this get the Space and Money Quickly I know of no better way 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 Hooker Ilootecs reduced from 5 to 81 Honest iMiko boot reduced font 8NGO to 827C- VWntor King high top rubbers eluios 8800 to 8225- Hnil lload boot rubber lined calf 8100 to 8300- Hdolln8 Standard hoot rubber lined calf 8150 to 1800 Full Stock Kip Hoot 8260 to Stilt Slish Split Hoot solid us iron 8200 to 8160 chcapor quality 8176 to SIJM Altirforwooil Bootee n Tow pairs 8100 to 8300 Vnlk Over AliwKti oalf shone heavy loS8GO to 8275 Wnlk Over Kimmal shots hanvy wlo S400tn 8800 Wrights wool lluecod underwear 8100 to 7 o Wrights cotton 50c to 880 HihtICIIt Itlo to lea It boys 26o to IficI- 1 Mans Overcoat lolt 81760 to 81280 4 Moils Overcoats loft to 811 A fow cheap Overcoats old stock to di Boys work coats 81 to 76c Corduroy conM and caste to WJ76 s These are some of the Special Things that should goquick Of course we have Remnants of Clothing Shoes Hats etc too ma ny to mention odd sizes c at greatly reduced prices Remem ber this is a CASH SALE will not b charged and you will please not ask i- tIH J MROBERTS STANFORD s 1 lA PARKERS NAILBALSAM maw taarrm pova anyflairtine cp IslejIt IR A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky OdJco In Uycrt louse Parlor Phone ot E D Peyton DEALKlt IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford mJ H BOONE A CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery service at Reasonable Rate Call on ulan Depot Also Dealers In Goal COAL AND FEED We deal lo bttt brands of coal and all kinds of teed Kindly favor m with your orders Phone 118 ItucK Bari- Rowlanda Ky FARM FOR SALE As agent of W T Stone I will on Mon February 13th 190S county court day In Stanford Ky sell to the highest bidder union old privately before that day the farm situated on Dlx lllvcr known ni the W T Stone place Bald land adjoin the land of Jamet Robinson George and Iabnn Wither Inquire for deerlp lion of J II Owxler or W Stone J B OW8M V Agent Stanford KyI Pruitt BrothersUn- dertakore Livery Furni turo Now Goods Just Received Call and see them- PRUITT BROS Moreland Kv Datl TraBlOt DKALCR IN Whlskll Brandy Wines Beer Gluars Etc Carpenter House Close to Depot and 816 810 S 3 Street STANFORD KY Prompt anipollt tttDtlon Nothing butthabe1- 0drlnk Mill phone cr telegraph order rictlvi prompt attention RlMafeony Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of tbo property owners counties f ncoln and Casey who may be looking In surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but tbo- Itrooget and best OldLine Com panics represented and the low eat perates are guaranteed Phone b- 2tonford Kentucky t For Tooth Brushes Go To Pennys AVhoro you can get whoa you want A lull lice at t ho following prices v1N111 0 1Vt1a 1 +rbs 5C ioc 150 20C and 25C ant wN11r01 1a 111 111L1111 G m11L Prophylactic Brushes at Me either still hard or Medium Son Our Window PENNYS DRUG STOREStanford The Emporium J HUSTONVILLE KY Will continue through February its Cut Prices in Evcry Department selling Blenched and Brown Cottons Ham 1 burgs Outings Dress Goods Shoes and nil Winter goodJJ I At Fire Sale Prices J r Clarks Spool Thread 6 jar 25c The fie and lOc Counters astonish the natives Try it Come in j youll bo convinced I MR EMPORIUM J No goods charged at these prices ii MAR It ifbyLet it be of exclusive and artistic design theIbest material and of perfect workman Iship We carry the largest stock of Monu JI ments Markers and Tablets of Marble Granite in Central Kentucky Lettering andJ cheaper by pneumatic tools None better IWM ADAMS A SON Lexington KyI TRADE WITH McCORMACK PEACOCK e HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY r f 1IfVj la Hgtlnlu mill FrlnVoitho Loom yiml wulp Blench Cot tolratitjoiiiY Tie n yiml IIctOt131eltchetl Cotton yard wine at Ola a yard Pik Ming Caiiibric yard wide at only Oc a yard rt r I I T THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD Ky Vlli1 100 Our Irosolptlon Department hit our pealit attention and great care U mod s to Iniure accurate work and to oonduo j toll work In a prompt sod out manner The amount of prescriptions we 011 on able ui to clyo you competent worlc and furnUh the Purest aod neat Drugs Our are raaionablo and In accord 1S with material and iklll required Pen sill Drug Store ityT PERSONALS Mn8 K P WOODS fa quite sick with grip MB3 SUSAN U YHAOBR hat been MltoUl MRS P HomiAX U vlililoE rot ative ta Lanoaitor Tubs n SUANIW U confined to bl room with deep cold MRB W O SlKBO vlsltloc her parent at Pltttburjr J CARKOLL BAILEY hat been laid ap with aievorocold OrxROB MACK had bl e note fractured while coailtni yciter tdayI SS LUCILLE JOHNSON of mOil vllIwas nold the great of Mlu Lena Roy 1Ant AND MRS L both been itch but arc out 1bave r children of Mr sod Mr A have btenlll but are coo yaletclnR UBV L M OMHit has rented Mut M E HronauRL cottage on Rust Main street f MRB JAMB3 HERO and little lo of LouUtllle are with her mother Mrs J M White iljiSOBOUOB P MACRV went to t LMtneton yesterday to ptnd a tow days with friend CURD WIUJAM3 of Wllllam tMirp wt hare Wednieday returning from a business trip to Casey T D OARTBU of the Wet Rod has Mured tho poilllon of assistant baga Race agent at Mobile Ala JANIC 0 CAHIENTBU le tilling the oftlco at Faterham Teno during the absoace of the regular agent I MR L A PBTTUS of Crab Orchard was hero to day returning from Somer a tot where be has been In builnei MRS J GlVBNS returned Saturday from an extended visit to Danrlllo l Iltuburg cor Mountain Democrat MI89KS RACHEL AND MARY LYON of the Wet KotU have matriculated at i Campbellnagerman College Lexington MRS M C SAUKLBY returned from Wllmore Wednesday tier little Brand dauRhlor Sallle LoRan accompanied i i her MR JAMBS C Fox of Now York City It hero to attend the meeting ofC the Cumborland Valley Land Co morrowrMns TOWLKS wse hero today returning from a visit Rev A S Motlott at- Mile SUSAN MENKKEE the 11motber of Mr John N Monefee boI very elck was tome bettor thle morning Miss ALLtE HENDHiCKri who has been with Mr W Q Brady and MhetJ returned to Louis ville yeetordaytMRS JAMES MBRSHON f ton IB with her mother hero tier bus- S band has boon transferred to Lebanon 1 Junction where they will move In a few days MISS Lu LITUGOW will leave next week for Cuba and will bo joined by r her tUtor Mra McClunir at Tampa to for a IV of six weekaCourlerJour nal Miss LlthROw It n cousin of the visits DR P W LOOAN q tonlo Texas with hit Jamlly for tho benefit of his wlfot health orders tho I J tent to him Re says the winter there hat been colder and damper than of but that the climate It delight fill 0otwlthetandinga LOCALS JOSH COOK for thootlns at John Kennedy alto colored was hold over taolrcult court In IOO which he ltaveI DICK BRUCE wants your llyored In Stanford and will t In grading See bm at J W B Higginss Lr WANTKD a bright young boy 11 to 10 year old lequlro at W U Muel ller jewelry store oTille city ominuil granted W O Spied liquor license and did consider able routine builoes at Its meetl0 loot night IK the ground hug didnt see hi shadow his epee must have been out of chaps From 10 A M until 2 M yes terday the sun shone brightly INSIST on your Deer handling Waihburn k Crosby Gold Medal Flour R II WetOj Jobber a Junction City bandlo this tplundld brand CUMMINS S MCJLARY are aelhn Winter Suit Overcoat Heavy Shoe etc at prices to low that everybody should got well clotbod It will pay t learn their price oef meet In lecture room Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock All members are earnestly requested to be present WATCHES Clock and Jewelry r paired Satisfaction guaranteed Dla mond Silverware and Jewelry told on small per coot Olllco at residence o Latcatter utreot Robt Fonzel TUB W WIII Tom and Kd have had a family reunion at Atlanta Ga and the junior of the family writes entertainingly of that fine Southern city In the leer issue of toe INTERIOR JOURNAL Somerset Journal Many thanks liner Campbell for your refer once to that delightful occasion but you mustnt make fun of our feeble ef fort In tilling about It THOSE enterprising McKtnnoy cltU lane Moin K L aod Kd J Tanner txivo bought machinery and will toooI have a woolen mill In operation attholr town Tbo canning factory building will be used and tbo machinery order ad of the most tnodtrn make MrI C Q Wright an exuerljno 4 man 10I tbo butlnat will hue charge of theI mill It will be a help to McKlnnoy nd we hope a source of revenue to tbIolevor promoters of tbo enterprise WHISKY wine and dope to the exI tooL of almost u wagon load was captur ed by Chief of Police Logan Wood andI Sheriff McDowell when they arrested Lot Gregory end George Day on LbeI Stanford plko near the city limits says the Advocate The Negroes were on their way from Stanford where they bad ecured tbo lay out of stuff and worn evidently feeling good over the prospect of making a big profit on tbelr isles Gregory got 10 day In jail and flood ITfi but flays was mulcted to tbo coon or 1100 and 60 dope Rave also caught a 150 flno and 30 day In Jill for carrying concealed weapons MUST PONY UPFcderai Judge ochran banded down a judgment at Covlogtonlnthe cite ofC L William receiver of the defunct National Bank of Somerset against the stockholders Tho court holds that each and every stockholder It liable to the amount to the clock held and consequent roust contribute toward making good the losses sustained by depositors of the book This It bad now to those un fortunate Lincoln county people who stock In the miserably managed concern They had already loft all put In and now aro commended to up 40 or 60 per cent more on their holdings AIIOUT 80 guests responded to the At Rome Invitations of Mrs W M Bright and Miss Florence Myers at heir pretty homo on Danvtllo street the afternoon of Jan 31 This proved be ono of the most delightful of the mlilwlntar recaptions given In honor uet roset cbettra dispensed tweet muata and the homo being prettily decorated and brilliantly lighted tnada tho scone one cheat and beauty Ihe hostesses graciously rccclyed their guestst by Mrs Pholps Cobb Minerva Cobb of Danvlllo Aster a short wbllo spent In pleasant converse Lion about at a time were Invited Ipso the pretty diningroom where de llclout refreshments were served Miss Lizzie Bright gracefully presided over he frappo bowl lu the hall and Mrt B Potter end Mn J B Paxton al- titled In entertaining the guest Mercury And Prices Go Down Together Here is a Stimulant that will enable you to go up against this zero weather We ollor Bleach Muslins and Sheetings at these low prices for a few days only Como early to se cure them Also look at Cambrics Long Cloths Embroi deries Laces Linens and Linen Sheetings J SEVERA1TcE38a SON STANFORD NBWIANO NUNNWUSY Lebanune themIwaeII LA robe bono blankets etc at J 0 MoClaryi Two shares of Denver Creek Oil Oat Co noolc for sale This oltloo preltentlnltIemeo Walton Opera House Tuesday Mart- I 7tb tilO11eST cash price Auld for beet hides furs feathers etc by It U West 1 Co Junction City Get tbelr prIces before you tell tNEWS was received at noon to ds that the residence of Mr Joe Burnsldo In Garrard had just been consumed b lire Most qr the contents wore save IttIns bIlgedNANCE w near the DUHonYyelterdayiJWo were unable to ret further panic ular HOGS ARE Hlou International Poultry and Stock Food mikes yourI hose lay and keep your stock kinds healthy For sale by E T Penc- C Co- ON account of the severe weather the Ladies Aid Society of the Chrlstluu TaitnSaturday afternoon next 11th Instead of to morrow afternoon I L INQRAM grandsonon of hitsIlea Hamilton was stricken with paraj sic at Harrlman Tenn a few dayt ago His homo Is at Erin Teen to which place ho was taken He was Improv leg somewhat at last account THE weather has been and Is yet too utterly tootoo bad to talk about Sooty to a depth of live or six inches covers the earth while the mercury plays around taro each morning and evening and doe not leave that mark far between times A UNIQUM and pleating entertalt mont a Ltllputlan Wedding will be given soon by the Young Ladles Mle sionary Society of the Presbyterian church The roles are taken by tbo little ones which will Insure Interest and a crowd- CAnBOYMr Ueorgo W Carson aged about 75 died at her home near Turnersvlllo yesterday of pneumonia and will be burled In the Campbell bu rying ground this afternoon She le survived by a husband who Is 84 years old and eight children She was a kind good woman end her death has caused gencralsorrowomong her neigh bore and relative who loved her very dearlyBASTINMr Alex A Bustle aged about 70 died at his borne near ugh land at 4 oclock Wednesday afternoon after a long Illness of heart trouble A wife three sons and two daughters sun vivo The burial occurred at Mt Mo rlab at 3 oclock yesterday Mr Bee tin was a kindhearted clever man and many friends sorrow at his death He was a Union soldier and had been apeD toner for years He had boon a mom bar of the Christian church slnco hit youth A DANVILLE special says Mrs Ef fie Johntou who was deserted by her husband n M Johnson at Rubble told a pitiful story as sbo passed thro hero en route to Chattanooga where she expects to find employment Her husband she claims disappeared sud denly about six weekt ago leaving a noto tacked to the door reading Im gone Although the wife has wired all over the country no trace can be found of the missing husband Had It not been for the note the wife would Johoeoodleappoarc1Ho was manager of the barites mine lo Gated near Hubble Lo how will Doolyoolyoo do for thenow name for wall from a musical standpoint Somereot Journal The name soils us to et We move that cbaDJrcdINTERIOR JOURNAL From a historical standpoint there Dooleytfor wastboolden Inboetimes With these few we close the queetloDSornereet Journal And the goodness sake let It stay closed IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Obedlah Stevens a wealthy Russell byhaDglagI r 1r Gilbert Urlnttead brother of Mrs E H Beazley of this place and Will By goodcC L Buggies n London printer tried to elope glib another mans wirer but the husband caught up with them and stopped tbo program Eulalle Djcbe aged six Is dead at London lien father A R Dyche postmaster of bin town burled a 10 yearold daughter Monday leer Paul Noble a farmer aged 75 slip ped on the Ice at Richmond and In fall andyare as the causes of death 11dE South Mlddleburg sod donly became Intane and was tried be Toro a jury and declared to bo of un sound mind and was soot to Lakeland Asylum MATRIMONIAL J W Pelrey aged 22 and Miss Etlie Denny 14 wero married ot the brides- homo yesterday John Uowell aged 70 and Mrs Maria Winston 72 were joined heart and band at Vlncennes lad Ira L Hollar and Miss Bertie Hen too of Moreland drove down and after taking dinner at the Gtlcber Hotel were married by Rev J W Edwards hoctel Tbo bride and groom were ac companied by Che Benson and Miss Maud Heneon Danville News One of the prettiest weddings ever witnessed In this section of the county was that of B F Brown and Miss Nan nie Noaks The bride Is the handsome daughter A H Noaks Tbo wedding was a surprise to their many friends the bride having returned from West Virginia where she has been for the past three years The groom Is a handsome man of 32 originally from San Francisco The wedding took place at she home of Dr R C Pruitt the ceremony being performed by Rev Daugh only one of the oldest ministers In our community be being 82 Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party proceeded to the home of tbo bride where a dainty luncheon was served The happy pair will soon leave for their home In Laurel county where thoy will reside the groom having lately bought a borne In that section The congratulations of their host of frlficda attend them JOSEPH DELANY Sick Headache This distressing ailment results from a disordered condition of the stomach All that if ncede to cflect a cure Is a iloso or two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets In fact the attack may bo ward ed off or greatly le oned in severity by taking a dose of these Tablets as soon as the first symptoms of an attack appears Sold by Lynn Bros Crab Orchard For Rent or Lease A plundli large dry goods storeroom and a large warehouse attached recently occupied by Levy erne Stanford Ky Ap ply for particulars to J B Owiley or to The Lincoln County National Hank J U OW8LEY Stanford Ky NOTICE J I am now ready to let contracts for the Ditching of Turnpikes In this county This Jan Z5 A C nUNN tfupr Jack and Stallion Sale Filly Mammoth Jacks Jennets and Sad die Stallions at auctionISATURDAY FEn lithJAt Union Stock Yards KyJCO as Col Oeo A Bnln Auctioneer WANTED I Turkeys Duck Geese and Chickens Hlgheit cash market price H B NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky A S PRICE SurgeonDentist Stanford Ky to omop UeBotttrti Drnj Stort fnthe Owiltj Building JACK SALE I Fox S Logan will bold their annual Jack sale at Danrllle Thursday March 2 1803 Open for entries They as good a Jack sale year us was erer held In the United State J 94 Blench Sheeting nt only 20c par ynrifl P 104 Blench Sheeting at 22c per yard 12yiml Bolt Length Cloth only 110 r The chance of a life time Do not miss it We are offering you the best Range over shown in this city Five year fire hack always cold over door handle The best baker that money can buy Call aril see it Special in ducements for 30 Jays GEORGE H FARRIS CO Stanford Ky estssas5eee St Tces9RorcJ Talk is no use advertising is no use display is no use unless the goods more than fulfill what is said about them j The great deductions we are making on all Winter Goods mean a saving ot many dollars front the prices thcte goods i brought earlier in the teuton 81A Suits cut to 81150 S1250 Overcoats cut to SI 8350 Heavy Shoes cut to 8275 etc etc We make good with our customers by giving more value than tHe prices indi- cateCUnniNSMCLARY Stanford Kentucky THE BARGAIN STORE Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods rom the Great Bargain Sale of Sweeter Perabrook it Coof New York is an opportunity which seldom occurs Wo advise all who can to come cnrlus possible to attend this the greatest sale we have ever offered Ladles Furnishing Goods Ladle tailor made suits worth 815 and 820 are on solo at 8450 to 750 Ladies uptodate Jackets 85 to 810 now on sale at 8250 to 84 Ladies and Misses Skirts worth 8150 up- 56are now on sale nt98c to 82 48 Lathes corsets from 19c up Latest styles of petticoats from 59c up Ladies dress and coarse Shoes at 98c and up Mens and Childrens Furnish- Ings Great line of Shoes for children from 15c up Mens Drew and working Shoes from 98c up Mens Clothing from 311 suit nililclls nice Overcoats from 825i up Mena Childrensup Boys Overcoats born 75o up Ohlltlrenlup t S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY 1n rJ THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered in the rutOffice at Stanford at neconddasi tilotltr- rUULIHIIKU TUKHUAYH AND 11ILM AT 100 PER YEAR CASH UT When not co paid 200 will be charged 0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION aO1nmHaNZSII SouU 12t 41p- mUMBRELLAS do 2SII i Recovered repay end made almost ae good as new for a small amount I can fix your umbrella batter than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trfal FRANK ATKINS Stanford t For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land situated t outside of town limits on the Somerset I PIke House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser Mvants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J P flMLfiY Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Food and Salo StAblo Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHU3ABS Proprietor Electric Lights la every room RtfurnlsheJ and unJer entir New Management Bob the favorlt porter meets all trains tare Welllighted Sample Room BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pena In Connection HMway Saloon GOOD SC RICE Prors Finest wines whisky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexingtons famous Blue Crass Beer Case keg and bottled O Brent Southwood mixer Phone 80 Stanford Ky Nice Home For Sale I laving decided to return to 9omersetEast otter for tale privately my Main Street In The residence U sixroom cottage brand new bath rooD and all conveniences The lot contains about lK acres of land and tho home Is a most delightful one For further particulars call on or write me at Somerset J u fleck or Wm Sock at Stanford HOTEL PROPERTY AND STAIL- FON SALE I I desire to sell privately rev hotel property and livery stable In Ilu tonrillo lug can bo used ai hotel or private residence and la well arranged for two families Sta ble lies 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 Can give possession- of barn If rented or sold separateon Nov SI House and barn covered 110 tel Is In Oraded School district For further particulars call on or address D S OAUPENTKR Hustonvllle Ky Jic+ MCCbMY UNDERTAKER1E9IBALMBK And DOalearIn BASHESS SADDLZBT O Stanford Ky J Le Beazley is Co Undertaker and- Embalmer ALSODIILIISIX FurnIlare3iattlnK8Rnga They will Exchange Furniture lor al kinds of Stork Givethsm a call Prices right TANFORD KENTUCKY Wedding Birthday And Anniversary Presents t We have Very thing that the heart could desire or fan cy dictate in the way of beautiful remembrances Largest Line In Central Ky at Money Saving Prices Fine Watch Repairing and Optical Work a Specialty MURRAY flcADAMS Leading Jewelers Danville Ky All parties who owe mo will please call promptly Jan 24 1905 and set tle their accounts I will then be able to express my appreciation in person of past patronage andsolicit j a continuance of same during the Ifcomingyear Will N Craig M D Pharmacist Phone No 13 KontuckyrII Buy your Dru Stationery Etc during 1905 of II wjB McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD And Save Money Tho Contest In the Eleventh Tho news from Washington rIvet ground for belief that Mr Edward tho memberelect to tbe next Congress from the llth district and contceiant for Mr Hunter ecu does not eeem to bo In such a fair way of winning ai bo was thought to be In not long since In tact tbe current seems to have chang oEfull hearing of the testimony a to the methods pursued by both of these die tlngulshod republicans they have beet found to have been so similar that for either to charge the other with disrep usable mothodsof securing a nomina tion or election Is too much In the nature of the pot casting reflections upon the color of tho kettle Therefore as a fair divide Is no robbery and as Mr Hunter will get his pay for one term It Is said that the other will be regarded as enough for Mr Edwards This seems a fair divide but It takes noheed of the party of the third part Mr Jno D White Now as to the latter there has been no allegation of fraud or corruption In his candidacy Tho only weakness In his case Is his apparent lack of votes But as fraud vitiates and Invalidates everytblng lt would seem that If there had been fraudulent practices by hi adversaries while votes to his accoun have no such taint In the pure Interest of honesty and justice bo should be awarded the seat It Is not probable however that the partisan majority of the committee will rise to that plane On the contrary the line of reasoning by which It Is said they will arrive a their conclusion will have the merit of economy Hunter will get his pay fo his service anyhow In fact he bas drawn It doubtless quite up to date Edwards and White will be paid their time and money expended In th contest and the former will begin drawing his regular stipend for the nex Congress on the 4th of March So they can all come home when Congress ad journs and Inaugurate the canvass for the 1006 election Any one who think that any decision of tbe matter by Con grew will promote harmony In tbe die trlct reqkons without his host Th commodity Is wholly unknown amon the republican of that bailiwick Courier Journal Startling But True People tbe world over were horrified on learning of the burning of a Chicago tbe atre in which nearly people lost their live yet more than five times this num ber or over 8000 people died from pncu monla in Chicago during the same yea 1with scarcely a passing notice Ever one of these cases of pdeumoola rceultc- from a cold and could have been prevent ed by tho ttreljr use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy A great many who had every reason to fcsr pneumonia hat 0 warded It off by the prompt use of this remedy The following is an Instance of this sort Too much cannot be said In favor of Chamberlain lough Remedy and especially for colds and Influenza I I know that it cured my daughter Laura of a severe cold and I believe saved he life when she was threatened with monla W D Wilcox Logan Nc York Sold br Lyne Bros Crab Or chard The damage done to crops In Ih Southern States by cold waves Is coo sldered In an Interesting article In the current Harpers Weekly by Alexander J Mitchell who has charge of the Unl ted States Weather Bureau at Jackson vlllo Fla The damage to crops In Florida by tbe cold wave of 1886 for ex ample was estimated at 13000000 The total value of farm property In Florida In 1800 was I81V9200 Its value 10 year later was 853029004 a reduction due to the fame cause of over 827000 000 which means an average per capi ta deficit of approximately f 00 The Best Physic When you want a physic that is mild and gentle easy to tako and certain to act always use Chamberlains Stomach end Liver tablets For tale by Lyne Hros Crab Orchard Judge Joseph Old a noted lawyer died at Columbus 0 Sheriffs Sale For Taxes Y On Monday Feb 13th 1905 being the first day of the January term of the Lincoln county court I will between the hours of o oclock and 4 oclock r si in front of the court house door in Stanford Ky sell at public out cry to the highest and best bidder forcash in hand the following lists or so much as will pay taxes costs and penalty As fast aspaymenls arc made the names will disappear The amount set opposite each name in cludes 6 per cent penalty ana cost of ad verlising MS Uanghman Sheriff STANFORD VHlTB Curtis 1J A 35 acres 4 65 Morris Fred lot to 60 Hocker Jesse N R lot 5 76 Russell F L N R one acre 3 Co COLORED Bailey Thos 4 acres 545 Durdette Josh six acres 5 jo- Burdette Grant cne acre 465 Carson Headly N R one acre 216- a d Cowan Geo tour acres S 70 Embry hello town lot 3 oc Evans Dick three tracts 3 35 Givens Kate ten acres q 05 15tq 15 fliggins Henry six acres 3 95 Hill Wyatt two tracts 9 J tckman Sam one acre 3 90 313rSoaMcMullen Jos L two one half ac 3 go tlcMullen Wilson five acres 4 oS Root Richard ono halfacre J 70 Rout Sam halt acre J 7S Rout Dick A Son three acres 2 to Simpson HUns three acres o Watkins henry half acre 3 go Wallace Tulers heirs lot S 55 Wilhoit heirs po acres j 05 Wooda Shelby tour acres 4 iS Young Margaret three acres 3 Go CRAII ORCHARD WHITE Adams heirs 70 acres 3 oG Anderson John five acres 4 qo augherty Wm 46 acres 4 Iii Gooch Mrs Matilda 32 acres 2i7o Haggard heirs So acres 2 83 Hasty Mrs Dell 25 acres 2 SS Iliatt A M two tracts 12 JO lulchison J M too acres 16 oo som Jno N RI two tracts 6 05e Lewis 0 V too acres 5 65 oStSmith Mrs Armina tjo acres 3 40 Smith Frank 30 acres 3 93 Stephens J 1125 acres I 50 Taylor Jos L 40 acres 3 go Thompson W D 55 acres 3 03 GSt34 4 t5rRogers John 2S acres 3 go CRAB OKCIIAHD COLORED 30e2 Perkins Bob threequarter acre 0 tRice Mary one acre 2 1o Smith J H 31 acres 2 53 Sutton Wm five acres 3 90 Welch Rhoda one acre 2 tYA NtSIIUROWI1ITE Bastin S B 155 acres 7 73 Baugh H P 22 acres J 90 35gCarpenter eras 155 acres 8 40 Falk Goo L ngjj acres 4 SS Faulkner U 190 acres b Florence J B 60 acres 90 Foley Franklin 20 acres 4 6S Frailer R H 3 acres 2b Gooch Mrs M A 65 aores 3 tale Jeff 6 acres 4 GS Holten Wm one aero OS 65dm acres 15 Mead L W 244 acres to 60 Moore David 15 acres 10 Morgan Sallie 25 acres 2 Morgan Wm 100 acres 15 Mullins SS8Sl acres 0 Peterson Chas 40 ocres 3 Robinson Wm ten acres 3 90 Royston Jesse one acre 2 80 Smith A H 20 acres 4 45 95racres 73wStory H II 95 acres II t5 Brackler W M N R 127 acres 3 Go Carmen Hezeklah 25 acres 9 90 55eTrusty Chas 4 earns Z 20 Uptheprovo J B 15 auros 4 40 Walls John P 25 cares 4 f1 Walls Mrs M L 24 aoro 2 80 Ware W B 50 acres 4 jWhite T W 75 acres 400 Williams Itob 80 acres a 05 Winches Chnfi 157 acres 0 15 Yocum Ellis 14 norcs Young Clark lOt acres 3 Young Mrs A J60 acres 4 65- tVAYNESBtJi0COLORED Boone Maley 3 acres 2 75 Tones Kddlo 20 uores I 15 Martin W J 55 acres 4 80 HUSTONVIUJ WI1ITK Akin George lot 8 70 Burton A J lot 8 65 jreslmm J L lot a fw harp W II 180 auras 4 3 Lanck F Gs heirs 100 acres 4 05 Lay Geo 2 acres 4 40 McCormack Sirs Lucy 25 acres 2 55 Moran Mrs Viola lot 4 05 Nail Sallio lot 100304 8 00 Ioyton D II Clot 8 50 Wllcber Jerrys heirs acres 2 30 Woods Joslo col 1 acre 2 45 Toting Hozcklau 10 acres 4 05 IIUSTOVVIIIKCOIJIIKI Alcorn Fannie one acre a 30 Bailey Charles hall acre 60 Bright Ella 2 acres 4 05 Brown Tom H ucros l 35 Brown Mat lot l 20 Brown John 1 aero I Ui Burton David U acres 4 lb Cloytl John i acre I 70 Givens Anderson 2 acres t 40 Gooch Cam 4 acres 4 70 Lyons Martha lot i Miisterson kelson 2 aores a 85 Oscar acre 4 15 Morclitnii Bob ft acres 4 15 Morton George aero 4 15 Owens Willis 4 acres 4 00 Ramsey John lot Ili Steele thurlci lot 4 15 Stephenson Harrison I acre 100 Trice Mitchell acre a 15 Welch Jumes 2 acreS 4 40o Wooldrldjto Peter I auto 2 45 Carter Margaret 7 acres 3 60T Dlmvlddle Johns heirs li acres 4 00 i It R First National Bank Of Stanford Ky I Capital Stock 50000 This institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1191 otBtantordlo latslrupted existence for 43 years It li better transactIngbefore In U lour and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited TiLINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL 0OOOO Olrectors J n Paxton J B Owslsy U Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter J B Foster L 0 Oooch W II Cummins UrlghtIt w II Shanks Successors to The Farmers flank A Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Company Stanford 1 01Itac sere ol uoliu rot 4 Iin to Iros count Mo 115 wiles from tabula Sullen oo Iron Mountain route Will sell ot etching to r property la Lincoln county No Swill farm acn 8 tulln from btan ford llouiiot Wurgood rooms hart parch sod I errands Coal barn and other bullJlDp IB fooJ repair Cut tails BeMs will furred so attn In cultlTstlon sen In fruit tIMe teat la iris llouthtatcummlwloserssaUst baniln p bunU told at bargain OOM la and rrlc in pr acr Lend adjoining sold fur I snd i3 ThlslsiUntila No UA lane ol tat acres In Cat7 county Ky 6n and onehill storj dwclllnt with ill ruomt Urn lid other outbulldloci Pltty acre SICuschool ate fries only 1000 No M 40acres ol coal and tlmlr land lora ed la IVrry county Ki on IIr1 Vine Crwka Irlbutarvuf the North Fork ol Kentucky civil our veleofcoaIayingIn tblckom Iron 1 INt u ilK ltoot laver pIgmWao Ibe rnotilh abofe cut A rallioad li urreyol within lhlr nillM of old property the limber consists oakste f1wp sell or eacbaon o day terms No GIA nit two story eight room tram e dwelling In ftunfonl llaa two balli c tikrelise with Boor ootliarvltn veil In n rorabln on wUlcb rent for Jlwr moa- tTheJNlingnaaWrlUprrruootb b This erty la In cowl repair and rn 1r Gr lilW No s7 sere splendid blue raea land In TostoryerromanalJeeo aol stock and all other atuUU outbuildings all In goal resair Clone lo church school petoffir railroad and In rood Dcbbolat u serve In raai awl timber tie This le an easilcoeeolenceonplaceucalreelc Well wslereJ with II nerer min 8 prlnp etc Trie leuonabl No 3Iu0 urn of land one mlte treat Sotnenel Kycuun seieo fields Forty acre In tnlUfs tlon 40 acres In puturr kalanr In timber llwell lot contains sent room Large barn and all nee ewatv outbulldincs Fenrrt buildings In iplen UM repair Well watered 111500No sIWacneof land In tint aunty Kea six miles from railroad and ti rallM from Arianui river s enty arn of land It river bottom OntclaM land and In Iraal This land Is for s or caching No 61A farm of 900 aerie la Lincoln county Three good dwelling I good bun sit other out b lldlnn each house barn etc dour the root r or acre All on county road i mill from church school and ll and well watered This Is a goal toWaafarm mod would aultIwoorthnfamiliesthat mlibt want to come frt m same nelbborho d rrc rewonable No six rooms fIJTwolorCtrwedwlllaoIwo i all Dine r necrsiarr outbuildings Also large bUcktniltb IbOItOdO uollbh lull length or shop add feet wide This properly will be sold at a very isw price No 5A farm ol 1M acm four rollro from Wan In the county well sterel- fnelag1roai dwelling fronts pike alt nrcon outbuilding A Irlold blue grass fum ud only minutes dries from county rat oar Dar farm aJlolnInc Ibis bai recently refused IU oer tin We oar this at 11780- Ho Mntly acre ner Pleasant Tolnl Ky Frame bouse rooms and reh turn and other outbuildings Sacrtsln culllfsllon rest In tin her Well waUied sal yards from pn chool and church lays well on pike and In goal cant all IrlcefWO No 1JS30 acre rum 4 mile of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling 8 room two tenant houses two barns well and spring near dwelling rarta In blgh IIta of culliutioa 150 acre rher IlIomI- llIdIOOtI fencing fruit etc Irlc 13150 an att- NorAnice farm at HI hanJKwelllmrrove- Jwell watereJ etc Irlee Cro- nrr161anesof land on Jamestown rojJ south of Dunn lIIt 100 acres In cultivation stout i I acres In timber ant rest In grass A large new frame dwell lug alto an old dwelllnt on place A new barn and two old ones It Is welt witereJ good On public road Price 11000IAlso a 30 barrel mill In Meteor county Kyon Salt River Steam power new up todiite In every particular sine Rood dwell lag with improvements acres of line land cloiin to Southern railroad Trice W 000 No 70AO acres of land near Junction Cltymt In even nelilt 21 acres In cultlTallon rut graw a nice 101101 orcbrd an4 ooe oCtb oNt grape har bon In 1Srrty sold IMO pounds of cooiliroom Cram etc gowl repair 1rlcVWM Mao aero of Ilnrlda land In Mann ville On ruliroad street through place leaving 8 acres on one side with 2story 9 room house mill oranges peaches peon plums grapes nil bearing and 0 acres it other side with 6 room or ofttorjr house or a nccn poaches pears plums grapes bear ing All for 52100 or the 0 acres for 1800 and the 6 acres fiat II 100 A llullltt county Ky faun of 100 acres with good 2nUiry house metal rout barns rriitcr etc l10 acre of timber that will make tics staves barrel timber Ground will grow wheat corn tobacco etc only 82000 y cash Waco has 800 fruit trees 171 acres H mile Iliirdstowo Junction JbillAlth hall new log barn Imoke house woadt house line well Sand springs and running water two orchard three rootir tenant hnuso Is u beautiful farm and productive cheap tor 13300 2000 cash baluuce In on- e1o and three years a 122 acres three miles of Wllllsbnrg Wash Ington county Jly 110 acres cultivated In beech timber wall clutch IprlllrI1H story sU room frame house veranda cribs wood houo house lieu house school on thu form his Is u good farm worth the money 2500 81230 cash balance one nnd two yearn s I Officers J 8 UOOKKK Pretl 8 T llAitiiis V Prcs J J McnoilKUTB Ohr V II WKAUKNAut Ohr Directors r neld Dtuvllle 8 T Harris Stanford J 8 Mocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney D Klmore Stanford 8 II Ilaailiman Stanford T I Hill Stanford Jai Robinson Hubble J II lUuchuian Stanford J Ieltu Stanford Ed Carter Stanford i STOCK Officers l 8 II fPttldla IlJUOIITIW Cashierii- lv O SVALKEI1a Aut Cashier Title Ky 9 1 Mo Four acrrsof land and a DIN sae storr- sli K room framd llln la SlrKlnaey works In kitchen and room Carlhero and sit necessary Outbuilding Itatwell lroc1 n aad la good Ioalrool exJ h ebuleprcpmljanJ woniy uk for tbeI t KOM tanu olltl acre In Casey couatv Tw e story frame dwelling two barn and otbee tobmlaaJNo ei Yarmofllaarr In Iuy neatr A rJulldlollDlIIolaood hmte Well watered frnclni la JalTwoilory Iran dwelling rooms hall and veranda load pNea tearing and bouse In IrinneaolWawvllle Ky 60 see In cultivation la tlmWrint 1OIlbulldIDPmost lam In that section Ws will Ml the whole tarn for R or la plinth of Slot few than 30 acres too I sultpurthater Tbla Is ewnalnly cbeap property lodInloge wIIla yard iplendld orchard and S acre In 0Nollealsrs addrvs Central Kentucky Keal pup hiebsapdTlOCa No St Ninety srres of land peer Waynesburg lefeltnever falling hprlng Irliw IfoNo UHOUM and hentoe of land In McKln gaoleterms No S2J attic of joud landIli toe u two Nary dwelllnx wll watered good leacla Is heaulxlrbeoflbeNtyolHtelWNdataNnJelm v Irlce reaionaM itlaodIrlce SIM No OTn acre of land two Itor front Isfesefea rooms halls etc lloiiMlsnew a ganlro sod splendid orchard ol taaragout lostablblgqs houwmule hen A I well on pate therI ale a loot roodIthe place a g ml cruiher In mill It Is run by ural vrer wbkb ls aereateoonorayand the II In goof rerwlr sell the gureorkutlirtteem Treat dar hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom routing street U tret from hotel up stairs suits aleperrIarp Kara on same lot used ea livery stable Uoo4 l ftftmoneyCoprlNOrhurefueltomonth tin account ot ill health ot bis wlfa only uchlaltorNo aA nice four room cottage water In Ilardtnfro 76A small farm orT acres of good land located stow to town 1rlco IJZW- 3JS acre In Mien county Ky on rail 1about150 In grass Timber on place Is cut to IhlaKIeUIthe place twlcu over A part is tope ed fire four dwellings of room each and one store of twoHtorles with rooms above has wells and spring of water Is In Jcorn t cashtCountyICypowerthe timealacres with the mill including what ls with the house of 5 rooms All for 4230 or 13 iIliaMlsshsippThereopportunities lot profitable Investment as the Mlstii slpn Delta vthkh Is now fitly described as Iroi perlty Valley Th tlmberi Is becomlnc lIIorlvlut fastdiminbhingchates of timber ands In Ihe South hen the llm Ilrleullunl Inthea yield which cannot be excelled taxes are low farmvesimen11hattheswillnevernregretf1This totraoWerethepurhueIrlor ule withdrawal from market or chantienoughferiii rI ComrItWitscall abut jfiice f e 1