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I SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL I I VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1905 3 P M NO lot II CHURCH MATTERS In a sermon Dlehop Dobao of Scran ton Peon declares for Sunday atb lades Rev Joseph W Warder a noted dl Vine of the Baptist Church h dead In Loulsvlllo The Tullarniltoa services cnntlnuo j to grow In power as the meeting pro- forrone Adfooato The Utptlsl Sunday ichnol Board will glvo 1100 to nay State Board sup porting a Sundayschool missionary Rev W T Walden of Lancaster hal accepted n call to the congregation of tho Christian church at Springfield Preliminary mooting In tho great religious revival planned for Loulivlllo this month were held In the churches Sunday MB tleld will dedicate a now 120000 Dapllil church Sunday ltev II C Robert formerly of Louisville will preach the sermon 1Cottage prayer meetings throughout wero a complete success lait week and the church prayer meetings this week are expected to be still moro so Rev Dr P T Halo who went from Oirensboroio become president of the Southwestern University Jackson Ten nessee Is to havea bandiomenew homo built for him The average salary of a MutbodUt includinghouse rent I120780U8 Throe hundred people made public confessions of faith at the revival meet log hold In London Sunday night by Revs Reuben A Torrey and Charles h Alexander tho American evangelist tlifthe character and man may bo bv ono discourse Loulivllln ae Diocese of Kenwell as the Kplooopal tucky is most fortunate In having the J Itt Rev Cba K Woodcock as citizen and Bishop LouUvlllo Time Tho Now Capitol Slto The Legislature enter today upon tno2Ath day of the extra session with the matter for which It was called to tit gather to consider ttlll unadlutttd He fore It assembled SO per cent of the members bad Indicated their prefer once for a change and yet the minority have been able with various kinds of assistance from the majority to con sume moro than three weeks without definite action It It to be regretted 1tbal two elements of discord have mao Iteticd themselves as prime factors In amountICommission could have been II well disposed ot In Nttee days as In ten week From a bUll standpoint the proper thing to have done was to repeal In substance the clause of tho bill passed last sea sloe limiting the location to the old site and leave the selection of the new one to the commission ltd members wore from a years consideration and familiarity with the topography oft IrankforL fully qualified with the ad- vicel ot a competent architect to decide the question and to como moro speed lly to the conoIuMon now reached by the Legislature After all the discuss ion and feeling which have manifested themselves It is evident that the Hunt site Indicated by the commUilon has won the approval of a very largo ma jorlty ot the Legislature until now a there teems but one question delaying LIfinal action fixing It as tbo location Is II to the extent of ground which should bo purchased Courier Journal Eolipsos There will bo four eclipses during the year 1005 two of tho sun and two jofthe moon A partial ccltpao of the moon will oc cur on the night of tho 10th of Februa ry Invisible In North America An annular eclipse of tho sun Invis Iblo In the United State will take place March and fl There will be a partial eclipse of the i moon August 14 visible to the greater k pert of the United States embracing KentuckyA eclipse of tbo sun visible as a partial eclipse only In Kentucky will occur on the KOih day of August In this section theun will rise In a par tlal eclipse which will continuo for an hour ana eight minutes The Persians very seldom hang a man for u crime If be kills another ho Is lined 8R and allowed to go If ho kills ton or twelve and tbo people finally decide that he ought to bo put out of the way ho U hanged Out hole not hanged as they hang men In this i country Uo Is suspended by tho feet and a heavy weight U tied to his head t Then ho Is allowed to dIe Claudo If I kiss you will you call your father MaudeIt wont be at aid necessary t for you to klllJ all tt e family HIGHLAND Mr A A Uasilu and Mr T P Carrier are III O W Cook bas been selling out his property preparatory to going to Okla homa How U this U for a lluery time It would he n good time to take out an ac cident policy John Myers who lately received tome pension arrears has bought u house and lot at McKinney and moved to It last week H D Hlatt while working at his saw mill a few day ago received a se voro lick on Mo head by a strip which was thrown by the sawIWhooping cough has been very bad In our neighborhood for the put atx weeks The children of Jotepn J ron have been very bad with It Mr A A Hastin who died on the lit was burled at Mt Morlah Thura day afternoon after funeral services conducted by Elder Hubbard and Mr Joo McClary of Stanford D A IJaugh has sold the Goodpat ter palco to Mr Warfleld of Shelby who expects to move In this week Mr King of Burgle who bought the n R Adam place from Mr Montgomery recently has moved In Presiding Elder E H lull of Lex logton district appointed Elbert E 1 ouug to supply tho Albany circuit In Clinton county tie with Rev 0 0 Cannon pastor at this place who went with him to bold his quarterly meet log left for Clinton county on tbo 20th although It was zero weather Mr W D Terry who has been III for the past four months Is convalesc lOll slowly but nearly all of his family are III one little boy having typhoid fever The people of thus vicinity and other place have been very liberal In providing for the wants of Mr Terrv and family but theywill need assist toco for some limn yet Mite Fannie Young school near Huitonvllle closed the lilt and she le now at home with her parent H R Newell of Somerset visited E G Uaugh and J R Carrier lait week Mrs James Delaney and children of Lexington who came over to see her folder Mr A A Uastln last weokI has returned home Walter Prlvlt has gone to Indianapolis In search of em ployment This And That A big voice Is too often mistaken for the gift of oratoryICarrying ago Is makes life a burden Tbo less a book agent looks like onoI the more successful ho IIIThe coign of vantage you can convert It Into oabIWhen tho otllce socks the man It III a bit like a game of old fashioned blindI mans bull Some women seem to think that a marriage licence Is cqulvaleht to a life contract to lecture Many a young doctor has risen to proI fessional prominence by simply looking wise and charging big fees It doesnt neceiarlly follow that the more generals an army has the less Is Us chance of being outgeneraled You cant blame the poor man for putting up a blulT at having the stuff when the rich man dodges his taxes Hilly Rackallej Say wots all dls hero talk about frenzied finance Tommy Tuffnut Oh It ouly means dat do oily bird catches do worm The average man wouldnt object to his milk being adulterated If the adul teratore would only use n little cracked Ice some powdered sugar und a daah of whiskyMr Muggins She always talking about how large her children are for their ago Mrs Bugglna Yes until an Impertinent conductor oaks full fare for them The stroke of a lions paw Is the third strongest force In the aelmal world The lint Is the blow of the whales tall and the second Is the kick of a giraff- eWigwagDo you expect to enjoy your seashore cottage next summer Cloteflsl Suro thing Ive rented It for tbo season for almost as much as It cost altogether and I am going to stay at homo Sick Headache This distressing ailment results from a disordered condition of the stomach Ml thatll1 noeileJ to elect a cure la a dose or two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets In fact tho attack may he ward ed off or greatly lessened in severity by taking a dote of these Tablets as soon as the first symptoms of an attack appears Sold by Lynn Ilros Crab Orchard Smlggs TLere goes a man who has donb much to arouse the people Smaggs Groat labor agitator eh Smlggs No manufacturer of alarm clocks It will pay YQu to keep Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in your horn It only coats a quarter Sold by Lynn Bros Cub Orchard NEWS NOTES Lucy Hlgelow Young sixth wife of the late Brigham Young Is dead A Now York janitor killed a young woman who be said had ruined his lifeA student killed a professor at tbe Utorgla State College by hitting him with a brick John Taylor a Negro was given a death sentence for killing William Moore at Lexington 0 L Garth president of the Hank of Georgetown and one of Scott coun tys wealthiest men Is dead Oao death and four case of Illness wore caused by supposed ptomaines In canoed tomatoes at Chicago Aa Allegheny Pa woman was crim inally assaulted and choked to death A brokers marker Is under arrest A French professor Is the owner of a collection of 020 human heads repre seating every known raco of people Moses Feltner was arrested at Haz ard Felix Feltner Is under arrest In Leslie county but Is too 10 be moved Dr Augusta Smith one of the most widely known physicians la the coun try was killed by a street car In St Louis Mrs Caulo L Chadwlck refuted to sign a petition for a commutation for a woman sentenced to be hanged In Penc sylvanla A roan surrendered to New York po lice saying be ls wanted for murder but alleges ho has no recollection of tbo occurrence Wm Peak bas returned to his home at Madtsonvlllo after an absence of ten years during which he was sup posed to be dead President C T Heckwltb of the Oberlin Bank which was wrecked bv Mrs Chadwlck died from prostration caused by the banks collapse- J Plerpont Morgans carriage ran down an Italian woman In New York and an angry mob pursued tbe banker to tbe Brooklyn bridge threatening are current in St Peter burg that Gen Kuropatkln has asitcd permission of the emperor to turn over the command of the Russian army to Gen Llnevltcb- Llnsoy Owen a farmer living near Slsiemvllle Va after an unsuc cessful attempt to murder his wife set fire to a tank of oil and plunged into the burning fluid The body was burned to a mess Two trainmen were killed and 0or moro passengers were Injured In a wreck on the New York Central railroad at Whltosboro N Y Supremo Court Justice Warren Hooker was one the plucngerelnjured Hugh D Huston of Lexington was arrested while trying to telephone to President Roosevelt to secure a pardon for Caleb Powers Jim Howard and Henry Youtsoy Judge Bullock declared him Of uneound mind James McCullougb who bad been In business on Main street longer than uny other merchant In Louisville died Sunday Do was the first manufactur or of furniture In Louisville and bad been In business there for 01 years The American minister to Panama bas made a report on the status of the work done In the canal during the past six months Ho states that If the pree ant rate of progress continues the big ditch will be ready for traQlc In 10 yearsA for a new trial for William Brltton was overruled and be was sea tenced to life Imprisonment for the murder of James Cockrill A motion to discharge the accused on ibo ground that Breathlti bad prior jurisdiction also was overruled Operations In the Kentucky oil fields are hampered by tbo severe weather Tho average production was much smaller In January than that of the preceding month The continued do dine In the prlco of crude oil Is also having an effect on the operations Sleet Sunday suspended the use ot tbo streets In Atlanuand Chattanooga All exposed objects were covered with a coating of Ice Street cars were tied up and the electric lights wero out Telegraph and telephone wires and poles wore down between Memphis and Now Orleans and Atlanta and New Or leans Crowds on Chicagos streets were at tracted by a triangular spot on the sun which was distinctly visible to the naked eye Prof Frost of the Yorkcs ob servatory has been studying It for sev oral days and says It Is the largest sun spot over observed being probably 30 000 mile lo diameter He believes It to be due to terrific storms on the sun The Kentucky Worlds Fair Com mission adjourned finally niter audit log the accounts Bbowlng a surplus of 82600 to bo returned to tbo Stato Treasury besides property valued at over 7000 turned over to the State A dinner was given in Louisville In honor ol tho president of tho commie sion Mr A Y Ford who was present ed with a handsome chest of sliver by hlr associates W Jr MR SAMtELJ LMBRYSR The youageu old gentleman In the good town of Stanford Is Mr Samuel J Embry Sr whose picture appears above Although tar past the threescore mark he walks with as firm a step as his youngest Ion and looks nearly as young Ho attributes his Rood state of preservation to his excellent wife who looks after him with Be much dare as she does her grandchildren Mr Embry Is one of Lincoln counlys solid citizens and one of Its very clever truelandflee be might have been qlectetl to for IulpcrlorMr Samuel H Shanks and three sons are the fruit of the union Mexsrs Joel T W Sand Sam J Embry Jr He has neen a successful farmer for years and hs laid up a goodly sum of this worlds guuas which his legion of friends bope he will live many years to enjoy H IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Betsy Crawl aged 09 died Jessamine Friday InI Fred was Killed slate near Nell MldalellooloIpostmaster at Susan AILamonLIpostmaster at The wife of J M Board democratic nominee for j filer Is dead at Harrods burg Mu Catherine Waits tbe aged moth er of R H Batton of Lancaster Is dead at that place Cashier J W Hutchison of tho Citi zens Bank of Brodhead has organized a bank at New Hope Mrs Eliza Boltz law aged 75 was severely burned In Danville Her clothe caught from no open grate and her recovery le doubtful Circuit Court began at London vet lerday with 091 casesdocketed fortrlal Of this number there are 391 civil caut es and 257 criminal and penal cases The Stearns Coal Company will open four or five new mines on the Big South Pork where the coal shows a thickness of from four and a half to seven feet Oscar Uoaglaod who was name time ago arrested in Lttxlngtoucnargpd with the robbery of Center Cos store In Danville and who has been In jail there since his arrest made au attempt at suicide by slashing an artery In his left wrist February Mating birds and blooming flowers Are not myths In this land of ours Februarys sun will shine Warmly on St Valentine When ho keeps his ancient date Visiting the Golden State Cupid heeds not lack of clothes Where from many an opening rose Jostling bees the honey sip Buzzing at each perfumed lip Happy lovers wander fur Down the paths which blossoms star Overhead the birds decline To await St Valentine Setting up their household small Without staying for his call- Suneet Magazine Serpent worship still survives Iti In dia and a snake shrine Is said to be as much an attraction In a house ou the Malabar coast HS a garden In tbe case of a country home in tbe United States Serpents are however most unobstru live and unless one walks noiselessly and barefooted la the dunk as Hindoos do snake bite Is an Improbable contin gency I would to u wherever I please Said the foolish virgin who loves her eMU Said the virgin wise I would have you know I would rather pUaso wherever I go manager And soyThe you you are thn only support of your family How largo a family have you The AotreuOno husband L New Store Clearance Sale I IIi In order to make room for our Spring stockwhich will he coming in shortlwe have decided to cut down the PRICES of our stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Ladies Cloaks Jackets Skirts nUll Ladies nnd Gents Furnishings To bo appreciated you must see the bar gains we are offering to you therefore we invite you to i COllie see and be convinced of the bargains we are f olloriug Dont miss the opportunity of seeing our goods before you buy clcwhere t I SAM ROBINSON Next poor to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KYy Theyre All Interested in our list of Good Things for the Table such as IIcii7 Apple Butter Mince Meat Preserves Maple Syrup Pan Cake Flour Dried Fruit Uhhsc l Sanbonis Cof fee Etc Jack Rout Bourno Good Edward Woodson Salesmen iH HIGGINS STANFORD KY xe oa SOt1 to 3ald rsSasow 2s- nsat t IsanI hove you thought of this The cost of Chimneys Grates ilantels Hearths I will put you in a Isitric Furnace Jvntm I four house all over ntid save fuel fA furnace will save trouble t md expenses caused from bunted pipes to amount to tscone J hiiig in u few cold winters Think how clean par nshc no oal no kindling in your rooms Consult the tinner S H ALDRIDGE i Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky t Romeo and Juliet II J Ay a Strong Company at 1Oato3a 1 nose 5a10T Tuesday March 7th Buy your Drugs Stationery EtcIduring 1905 oftW B McRoberts 1STANFORD t1P Save Money it I t r HE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON Tuis week marks the close of tbo firet year of the RussianJapanese war and a terrible war It has been for Rue ela wblcb bas lost thoueand of Its beet men the greater part of Its navy and Port Arthur beeldee suffering repeated and disastrousdefeats onmany field In addition to these crowns of sorroi there have been serlom internal troU- bles resulting recently In an uprlsloi of the down trodden laboring claif which seriously threatened the life of the Czar making him a prisoner In bls own caetle Gloomy se Is this retro sped the future Is eves gloomier and another twelve months will doubtless show greater Inroads on the crumbllot dynasty The days of kings and czar aro almost sure to eeo theft end In tbi century now In Its Infancy THE Legislature hoe now been In eee lion nearly a month and the member have done nothing but wrangle aDd draw their per diem per day Then Is a day offreckoning coming for theei unfaithful servants eighty per cent of whom said In published Interviews that all they needed was a chance to change the elte for the building to a more ad vantageoua one Weiaro not familiar with thelpecullar fitness of the Bunt or any other site but we do know that It would be a darn sight better to accept that or any other old alto than to waite the peoples money to the tune of 11250 a day IT Is predicted in Washington that the railway rate legislation desired by the President will pace the Bouee al most without a dissenting vote The insurgents are squelched and no fur Thor opposition will be made except by the democrats who wish to amend the bill but will not be able to do so If the meaeurelpasses the Senate at this session however it will be In an amend ed form A compromise may be are ranged by which it will be put in the hands ot a commission for further In vestigation and consideration before the next Congress meete ALL aboard for the Panama canal A report of the progress of the work giya the best engineers say If the pree ent rate Is kept up It will be ready for use January 1915 Uncle Sam will have to dive down into his pocket ma ny times however for millions before y the consummation of the hope of a cen tury Is realized IN these piping times of peace it ii hard to conceive why the Natlonaldeb Is constantly increasing It went up 18 000000 In January and the total in crease during the fiscal yell far Ie 28600307 The recklessness of appro prlatlons by the party In power threat ens to bankrupt the country If a halt Is Is not called COL PERRY of tbe Winchester Sun a Sentinel Is busy recruiting men fob tbe BU Stick parade which be pro poies to lead at Roosevelts Inaugura tlon says a dispatch If non Champ Clark doesnt appear on tbe scene Col Perry and his tin soldiers will have e big time THERE are 267502 men la the employ i of the postofllce department whose ag gregate salaries amount to over 810 000000 No wonder Roosevelt was elected with this army of retainer to say nothing of that of tbe other de partments i JOHN L SULLIVAN says if he bad 1100000000 he would Rive it to the poor Unfortunately the liberal givers in their mind usually have nothing to give except cheap talk like that OUR friend Editor W Vernon Rich ardson of the Danville News wants to be city clerk of his town and heres hoping that he will win with votes to a spareIASTER a long careful study of the question Editor Thomas of the Liberty News bas decided that fools throw kisses wise men deliver them In per Ion POLITICAL tTbeTexas Legislature passed a bill forcing persona giving ground for ac tlon in divorce cases to remain single dlJThe Indiana Senate passed the anti cigarette bill It provides a fine even for having cigarettes or the mak toga of cigarettes in ones possession The vote in favor of It was overwhelm lag Lawyers assert tbatthe private cor 1poratlon bill as embodied In the Codlfi cation Committees report to tbe Indiana Legislature would make the i State a second New Jersey In the mat ter of fostering trusts The Senate at Washington has an- extensive programme for the week Today it will vote on the Statehood bill Tbe Swayne case and the appro bt blllt will also receive atten on Wednesday both Houses Iprlatlon VlcePreBident the electoral vote for Pres Ben V Smith Is tipped to succeed Sherman Cooper as county judge of Pu1 laskl Clarence K Woods has resigned as assistant private secretary to Senator Jamee B McCrearv and will return to Richmond at once to make an actlvi canvass for mayor of that city for which office be has eo far no opposition The Joint Conference Committee of tbe two Houses of the Legislature mot yesterday alternoon and agreed upon a compromise measure which will be reported to the Senate today The reo port will recommend tbe Wells bill so lectlng tbe Bunt property as tho site for tbe new Capitol modified by a pro vision giving the State Capitol Com mission tbe discretion to purchase tbi additional block desired by the majorl ty In the Senate Hero and There Rev Martin McFarland commute suicide In St Louis Morton Funk aged 75 and wealthy dead at Nlcholasvllle Mat Earles Is on trial at Williams burg for killing George Curd Gus Guerrero cr noted athlete was fatally hurt by a cab In New York City Alex Farmer shot and dangerously wounded George Noe in Harlan coup tyThree passenger trains on the Hock Island railroad were wrecked within 24 hours The Goodrich liner Iowa Is stuck In the Ice twoimlles outside of Chicago harbor Wbolesalorobberles of residences In Chicago haveibeen charged to a Negro servantTwo members of tbe Cherokee nation died at Vlnta I T fromflnlnklng lem on extractAt opening sale of tbe Kentucky Sales Co ntiLexlugton 65 horses av eraged 1230 Tbe Fayette Traction Co will build tbe Interurban electric line from Lex ington to Versailles Will Page a young farmer living near Mobile Ala was ebot and killed by a traveling salesman be bad guyed Isaac Kllgore of Harlan county ac cidentally discharged bis shot gun and the entire charge wont through his side Fire at Birmingham Ala destroyed property valued at 8240000 The prop rose of tbe names was stopped by a soaking rain and tbe veering of the wind While it Is understood unolllciall that Mrs Cbadwlcks debts will aggregate close to 12040000 the claims tbul far presented to tbe receiver foot up total of only 803310 At be entered a Los Angeles lodglni house with an unknown woman Rev C E Bently of Lincoln Neb the Liberty Partys candidate for prosiden In 1S06 and three times candidate for United States Senator dropped dead It Is not likely that a requisition will be lssuedsoon for the return of Tayloi and Finley from Indiana as Gov Beck ham and Commonwealths Attorney Franklin differ In opinion as to whc should take the Initiative and as to whether a new set of requisition paper Is necessary Tne strike movement Is spreading li Poland and martial law has been de clared In several additional towns Some of tbelwnrkmen 1n St Petersburg are circulating a manifesto die log tbe delegation that recently call on the emperor at Tsarakoo Selo Tbe Weather Bureau announces that the outlook la for continued cold weather over a large part of the United States Zero weather extends as far South as Oklahoma and tbe Dakotas report 20 to 30 degrees below zero Tbe coldest point shown by tbe oHlclal re ports Is Valentine Neb which regis tered 32 below Sheriff McCord and deputy returned to Winchester from Perry and Leslie counties with Motes Feltner and Sam Fields who are wanted on tbe charge of contempt of court Tbe trip was un eventful and was made on horseback with tbo weather below zero Both prisoners filed affidavits saying that they left Winchester because they fear ed they would be killed If they testified In tbe Marcum Hargls damage suit MATRIMONIAL Adolphus Wesley and Miss Ethel El llott were married In Casey Robert Harris and Miss Lucy Jones each aged 15 were married at Elkbart IndISherrod Barnette aged 34 and Miss Nannie Strunk 14 were married In Pu lasklFred Gatz and Miss Martha Beetle both of Ottechelm were married there dQIwere married six or eight months ago the announcement of the marriage of John Cbrlstmun Jr of Clnclnnrtl son of Mr John Chrlstman of this place to Miss Landbeck of Louisville has suet been made Poisons In Food Perhaps you dont realize that many pain poisons originate in your food but some day you may feel a twinge of dys pepsia that win convlnceyou Dr Kings New Life Pills are guaranteed to cure all sickness due to poisons of undigested food or money back 25c at Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyne Broil Crab Or chard Try them There ue between 40 and 50 dialect In thaPnlltpplne Islands Allot thes dialects belong to one common Malay an stock Their grammatical struc turn U the same The sentence In eacl one of them Is built up In the sami way Tbe striking use of alllxes and suHlxcs which gives the speech In character U common to them all There ore moreover words and ex preeslan Identical to them all A bun dred common words could readily be selected which would scarcely vary from one language to another but the fact still remains that while similar h grammatical structure these languag os arc very different In vocabulary different that two members of any two trlbtts brought together are unable to converse or at first even to make them solves understood for the simplest step of Intercourse Mrs Muggins At the dinner party last night I beard your uncle from Chicago commenting about thrre forks al his plate Mrs Bugging Did ho even embarrassed Mrs Muggins Ob not at all Ho simply laid them toooo chic and proceeded to eat with u knife askArtsnt you asoum d moo By demanded the social reformer I was once but that experience cured me of my timidity replied the wintry wayfarer I got six months for tak tog It without aaklo- gJogglesBow In the world did be dome to make money In one of those getrlchqulck schemes WagglesBe worked the scheme Judge NellMrsr Newrtch actually com1 monInersbetter manners Iron them than she lvos them To figure our prbfits on paper Is tbe wayfco be up to date But tbe coal dealer finds tie the caper To figure his profits on liMo I always think Its a foolish plan When the little things we scorn Thesweeteatrnuilo Is made by the man At the little end of the horn II it be true that microbes lurk In kisses sweet as honey 1 they must be second cousins to The germs of matrimony A fellows wife rejoices In Twp different sets of views Its speculating when you win And gambling when you loe- eWIllg1t1 dont tblnk much of Bar rowell WalltlYou dont eh Well If he owed you as much as ht does mi I guess you would Tbe man who always says what thinks might take a few Uosou from the man who always thinks what be says POSTED We whole unmet appear below strictly forbid hunting nahing or any kind of tree puiilng on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Charles Enwlln J II McAlUter Mrs Kate Ador Ilelchenbach limn Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonOruunlgan Fred VonAllman Fred lUumann Alfred Simpson George holies Miss Mattie II Kelcbonbach Charles Oummlni Jos Ballou A 0 Dunn 8 M Holmes W EAmon Wit Uaugherty M J Hoffman M D Klmore Peter W barter J NeTln Carter J E Bruce W F Shomaker Thomas Perrlll Green Ferrlll F J Conn CHICHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYROYAL PILLS A of cO cofe f1 SLba parr ymr vn rriUDir lndlraklrrngR4ttot- ClllIIF7 TiifN s111411 in icni unj Uolil laiiutllc boxtn train will blur r TnUr uoollirr Itrfiif danarruaukulutiuitvuml Imliitiloti IIr4 vMir Irii41f or rend Ir In MuraM far 1orllrulara Tr ll inoiilaU and ICrllrf for ljillc inter b byIIVruatlacniOIIBBTBR OIIKUICAL CO 4100 Jt dIMla Square lIIHi IA Meller tbl w i firS- piice And Moneg Needed I + + I HHH + + lot u u+ + 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 usd A reduced from 85 to SI Imota reduced ftnm 8850 tu 827C high top rubber noel shoos 8800 to 82iyj hoot ruhbor lined calf 8IOt to 8800 hour rubber lined calf 81X50 tfl 8800 Kip Hoot 8230 to 8178 wild as iron 200 to l0cheaper quality 8175 to 3138 Bootees n few pains 8100 to 1200 AhisKu cell iltuw henry pole S850 to 2 jiJJKtmmol shoes heavy edo 8l004to SKtMi 00111800011 undenmir 8100 to 75c If It 150c to 38e It It 2oc to 15c lx ya 2Cc to 1ewloft 81750 to 81250 loft 816 to S 11 Overcoats old stock S 10 to j JONESIiockur S to 7c coats and vwata SI to 5175 These the Special Things that should go quick Oficourse of Clothing Shoes Hats c too ma ny to sizes c at greatly reduced prices RememIber this SALE goods will not be and you will ask itIH ERIS S ANFOR te ill 1 Chun ln N Uol Cun R A DENTIST Stanford tftY Office in Uycr Home Parlor Phone 01 E D Peyton DKALKIt IN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J H BOONE Z CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STftBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Serrtco at Reasonable Rates Call on Ut on Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal FARM FOR SALE W T Stone I will on Mon IAsagentof 13th 1005 county court day y sell to the highest bidder union sold privately before that day the farm situated on DU River known as the W T Stone Said land adjoins the lands of James Robinson George and Laban Withers Inquire for descrip tion of J It OwsUr or W T Stone J II OWSIEV Agent Stanford Ky Pruitt Brothers Undertakers Llvory Furniture New Goods Test Received Call and see them IPRUITT BROS Moreland Ky 0 DO YOU NEED fountain syringe 2 Yfousoholdtyi goJn 3fot Water ftotilo or fin Jto mizor ffiulb If so I have a NEW STOCK to select from you know All Rubber Goods deteriorate with age and in order to get value received for your money it is necessary to buy oidy New Goods Will make you tho lowest pricesWill N Craig M D Pharmacist Phone No 13 Stanford Kent- uckyTRPDE WITH McCORMACK PEACOCK HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY i w For Tooth Brushes Go To Pennys V here you cnn get what you want A full line IIltthe following prices 1 1d1 N6 o 11ti1aN11ti4t4 sc loc 150 20C slid 25C- bTldd t0 61111SN9 vtti111tiNOGb648- 11rophlactie BniHluH Rt5teither stilt hard ur- ItIliuln I Soo Our WindowiPENNYS DRUG STORE StanfordKy u 91oth lgloo Complicated We pay Ctpoeial Jftteniion 10IWatch IparngYour watch or clock running without oil is like nay oth t or kind of machinery will wear itttlf out by friction fif f one pmt ujwu another when the oil Iwcomoit dry Itn or economy to neglect to have this done All repair ing promptly attended to Call for your workits ready t Hav your Eyes examined and Glasses prop erly fitted MURRAY IlcADAMSt Lending Jewelers Danville Nyeh rThe Emporium HUSTONVILLE KYs iL Will continue through February its Cut Prices in Department selling Bleached and Brown Cottons Baallbnrgs Outings Dress Goods Shoes and all Winter goodsr At Fire Sale PJI Clarks Spool Thread 0 for 25c The 5c and lOc Counters illINo goods charged at these pricesI r 1 f Coltons Invisible Lacing Corsets Were pretty proud of our Corset Department particularly so just now Wo have on exhibition the now cornet that lins inndo quite n sensation in this country as well aa Kuropo Coltons Patented Invisible Lacing Corset I Tho method ot lacing is entirely now and loos away with nil tho oMelif llcultim Perfectly Hat back insiclo and outenay lIetiolllIo eyolots to- rustrt4IIy n boon to nil corfotwtnrors In beautiful servieoablo models d C lilt in and ece I SEVERANCE SON 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANIOHD KY Fiat 7 19- 1I 1 1 Our IrewlpUoo Department hoe our ipeolal imootion nod gnat care Is ued lo Inure aoourato work and to eontliiot tnle work In a prompted BWitmaooir The amount of prescription wo fill on Hbla us to jtivo you eonpatani wgrlt and furnish the Purest and nelL Drug nod In accord Our prloci are reasonable with mutorlal end Kill required Pen ayi Drug Scorn Stanford Ivy PERSONALS i MRS ANNIE KNULHUAN li quite ill Mua Oao l MAORY DM returned to JMtuburff 4 MiteU O ntUUtv It threatened wltb eryilpelai MRS J 8 OwautY JR hoe bun III I far leveral days t KUWAUD WOODSUN If Urktngln W II Ulgtglostore- Miss MOLLIE WAITMR who bat been Improving JAMBS I Wnrrit U ut homo from the oil fields of Oumbeelaml- Mlt J N IlKYAN of XI Paso Tex it tutting relatives here SUBUHY THliuiLK ol the Jclltao Sen tinel was hero Saturday Mss NANCY VANDBVHHK who hat boon tick li oonrnlaiolni It WOODWARD OAK 4HR of the Ka t lad li very low of typhoid fever D UOITRK JR OUt 088 Of till wrltu everely while Mailing yoiter dayMiss JEAN WAKHKK U able to tint again alter a weeks IllnessAd- t i waste UniTQItSAM W M8VKPHH rf ttjo Dannie Advocate U here with the homtfolki JAMHB T MKNKKKM it up tram Nw Orleani with hit pktratl Mr sod Din JN Msaefee MASTHK BASII HAYOHK of Pnrlt- oaf the gttit ol hlilfrHedmoMwr Mri 1iRPermelleS RFOWB CHASM of JtieeUoa OUjr je tenly to w Mrs U Good who II til A Mil S M AUUtN sad family of Mil Iwrtburc ere bere at the bedside of l su K P Wood i LOOAN AND JAMnHTlIOMlHON ton of Mr J J Thompson ot Preacher j rllle era down with grip Miss DOLLIe McUoiiBiira le assist t log her fiber Mr John J MoKoberu In the First National Bank l MK J J MOOUE order his paper changed from Atoka to Danville hay log moved to the latter place Mil W LOUAN WOOD and wife of Danvlllo spent Sunday with her parents Mr and Mr J K Lynn MK J W UAYDKN of Pari was of the Cumberland here to attend the meeting Valley Land Co Saturday PRESIDENT J 8 HOCKKU went tot Plnevlllo this afternoon In the Intone 1of the Cumberland Valley Land Co Miss MYRTLK CORMINBY who bal been with Mr J A Cormlnoy return ed to her homo In Oarrard Saturday Miss SALUK TAYLOR WOODS U at from Hamilton College Lexing 4home her mother who le very III i MR Pint NUNNELLEY JR who has been In business lo Illinois hero with his parents Mr and Mr L U Nunoolley Miss HEUECCA MULUNS is teaching the Third Grade at the Graded School f In Mrs El D Phllllpk absence caused by sickness MRS KD DUDDKUAR and pretty baby are up from Birmingham to bo present t at the golden wedding of Col and Mrs- t W U Dodderer MRS W D VANDIVIER left for Lex- Ington to bo at the bedside of her eta tor Mrs P W Green who la quite BarrOdsburg Democrat Miss POLLIE TRAYLOn of Stanford will como tomorrow to spend the re February wltb Mrs Archie IiRobertsonFrldaya Danville News MR W P WALTO of Lexington ovor to attend the meeting of the Icamo Valley Land Co of which I he Is a director Ho told us that hot thought he would start a dally at Frankfort In few weeks- LOCALS INSIST on your grocer handling Washburn ft Crosbys Gold Medal Flour R IL WeitOo JobBere at Junction City handle this splendid t branda VAIRNTINKH both sentimental comic at MeKotMrU drug store Two hares of Heater Creek Oil A Gas Co took for axle This u floe IWw LDNBKOKD was placed In Jail yotLorduy afternoon charged with car rying concealed weapons IA SlLKNDIU company presenting and Juliet hat been booked for Walton Opera House Tueiday Mar 7lh TllitUBof Dr W D Tardlf pupil passed an examination for common school toucher There were six en tries Tilt Ladles Aid Society of the Proto byterian church will meet with Mr George D Wearen at 2ooloOk Friday afiertioon HluilHSTaaeh prlee paid for beef bidet furs feathers OLe by II El West ft Co Junction City Get their P11011 before you tell A GBIIMAN Summa brought 4S dOHD eggs of hll own raisingIto town Saturday tie received the snug sum of 110 76 for them I WILL pay you the highest market prloej for your hemp See met before you tell Arthur P Uarnott Stanton representing E F Spears ft Son J SIIHIIJ CAN Coornu of Somertet bet been appointed collector of this dUtrlet to sudcoed James Denton Congressman Bdward endorsed him CAGEY republleae will hold a pri mtv to nominate county ollleer April Many of the aaedldate will solve unpleaiaat April fool on that day LOA ARM Una International Poultry asd Stoolc Food makes your hen lay and keeps your stock nf all kinds besliky Por sale by B T Pence J Co TWO of Dr W Craigs ferret here died bit the tblnl noe bile fair to live to a rlv old ass The Impreiilon prevail that the doctor fed his pet to death AS won as the nomination of Slier man Cooper of Somerset for collector le confirmed ho will likely takochargo of the oDIoe at Danvlllo Judgo Don tons term having expired the 28th of last month NEWS come from MoKlnncy that T J Toter formerly of this place but now of the above town has taken bill eldest son and gone to part unknown Ills wife and children are said to bo In wantand Mr Jamey T Jones was out yesterday with subscription paper for their benefit Mr Toter has friend here who are loathe to believe that he has deserted his family MR M W WOODSON former chief train dispatcher and resident of this city has leased a storeroom In a now brick building at CorbIn and about the 10th of the mopth will open a tine line of mens furnishing rood shoes etc lie will also conduct a real estate bust ness In connection therewith for the purpose of handling property In this oiLy and Corbln Mlddlesboro News MT VERNoNOn account of our county court conlllctlng with the Rock castle circuit court which convenes at Mt Vernon Monday next our repre sentative will not bo at Mt Vernon on that day Parties owing this office will greatly oblige us by leaving the amount duo with Mr K S Albright of the Mt Vernon Signal who will forward us the money on receipt of which wo will midi receipts to all who pay him TilE nine directors of the Cumber land Valley Land Company met In their olllce In the Flrt National Bank hero Saturday and transacted a great deal of business President J S Hock or reported a sale of some of the land for 103000 and outof the cash payment a stook dividend of ton per cent was declared and ordered paid at once Sot lament In full was mado with Mr Sam Clay Jr and others of Lexington who held a contingent Interest In 12000 acres of the lands of the Company which Ho In Boll and Harlan counties by the payment of something over 430 CompaIllY vestment with interest and etlll have largo holdings of mountain land 1 Look el my bath I ilSJI Ohlmammohbw easyIt pultsl- Pt Rtyeuta flUONSlNVlSIBLElACINGGJJlSHS LAI robes horse blankets etc at- C JI McClarvV TWO second bHnd job presses for sale Write this otttce for particulars WANTBO a bright youog boy 14 to 10 years old Inquire at W D Mueller jewelrv store W AOT Oood man uolnoum bored capable fur hotel hOlliekper Oll her Hotel Danville KY PROP K L GltUllHS began a throe months term of school at Prultt Ac ademy Moroland yesterday with flat tering proepsc- teilnLLJir LouisBell the aged IH or of W L Bell of Crab Orchard nd In Louisville and wan burled at rraaobersvUla at 11 oclock this morn Ing WATC IUts Clock and Jewelry repaired Satisfaction guaranteed Dia mood Silverware and Jewelry sold on email per cent OQlce at residence on Laccaiter street Hobt Feniel A F BARNBTT representing E K Spears ft Son Paris has bought tfc hemp crops of J D Etude ft Sou J B Foster J W Bangbman and Sanucl G Csullo ot li 00 per 100 pounds TUB Somerset Journal says that while Boyle county clerk was record lag 190 deeds at 4 Lincolns elartc was putting 211 to reoord County Clerk May of Palatkl recorded SOT JUNK STORRW B Lsnd and Will Buchanan of Rowland have opened a junk store under the Myer House and tire paying the blgbMt cash prlou for hides poultry terap Iron etc Seo ad ACcr10Nwilt Mil at publc auo tine Monday next oouoty court day In front of the cowrtnotit b ictnnlng atll oclock a big lot of overcoat bate naps cloaks eta This will be a gram opportunity to flOur bargatM J P Chandler DIiOLlooerI ATTBNTION of u s ladles u tatted to the dressmaking advartlMmeitof Jlu Dlllle Lawson which appears else where this Issue Sne can be found at her borne on Whllley Avenue ready sod willi Oat to watt on the ladles wltb may kind ol sewing they roar wish MR N W SAmsON tell that the yearling calf belonging to C W Lov ell which went mad a few days ago died saving the necessity of Its having to be killed The animal suddenly be came unmanageable and dangerous ant had to be closely oonQned The cause of Its madness Is a mystery REV J A nA lamaking a strenuous effort to Improve the colored Methodist church building It Is sadly In need of repair and he IB compelled to ask outsiders to help him In tho work of Improving He and his con gregation will greatly appreciate any assistance the people of Stanford feel able to give to the good cause r Tile weather II the toplo of most all conversations It has been vary cold since our last Issuo and snow and Ico a thickness of several Inches still coy er the earth The streets and pikes are 10 elicit that they are almost Im passable In many places The mercu ry registered 10 above this morning and while the day Is bright and pretty it does not get much warmer Tuft Central Ky Real Estate Ex change A Title Co has for sale two tracts of land lying in the Southern ond of Lincoln county near Southern railway One tract consists of 3S acres the other five acres The owner of this property lives at a distance end wo are instructed to sell it privately It must go The bet bid gets it For further particulars see or address L It Hughes Stanford Ky TUB motion of Mr T J Hill Sr for an Injunction lo prevent the county committee from proceeding with the contest of Mr G W DeBord against him for the nomination for sheriff was hoard before Judge Bell at Harrods burl yesterday The judge decided that under the law he had no power to Interfere wltb the committee who are the sole judges of all questions arising on that matter and dissolved the tem porary Injunction Mr Hill was given 20 days time In which to apply to one pf the judges of the court cf appeals to reinstate the injunction and wo under stand that ho will take thecaso before one of too appellate judges s forscli ready laced Lacings oulwcor Non ltngofctdv orsct guamnftrd A Loving Tribute At a meeting of the Ladles Aid So ciety of the Christian church the fol lowing tribute to Mrs Jas P Bailey was read and adopted The shadow of death has fallen across the threshold of more than on home and there Is grief In many heart over the loss from the Soolety of one of our mot lealous workers from the oburob one ol our most fltb fop members and from our homes one of the truest and best of friends Mu Bailey ever answered roll call at her post of duty along all lines of church work and until health en forced her absence her place at church was never vacant The sound of her sweet voice In mel odious praises of LbeMaiLerllyetID our ears but her ears have heard much sweeter rauile than any earthly songs for her Immortal spirit has been called Into the presence of Him who greeted her with the welcome Well dons good and faithful servant To her husband bercblldren and her friends we extend our heartfelt sympa toy In their treat sorrow May her fragrant memory live on undimmed by the course of years until wo all meet her to tho great beyond MRS J J McRoiiBRTS MRS L B COOl Mns W M BRIOHT Polly lloktlghtsThe leading lady has lost her diamonds Fannie Foo- tllghtaOb thats only the ores agents yarn Poily Plnktlghts Yes but she roallv bad to pawn them to pay his salary Bon Beyer a Louisville saloon keeper slashed the throat of Mrs Rosa Chamber from whom he rented then ended his own life with the same razor Ollte Clnuucb who left her home Hi Somerset three weeks ago was arrested In a hospital In Cincinnati COAL AND FEED We deal In best brand of coal and all kinds of feed Kindly favor us with your orders 1hooe 113 DUCK llRos- Uowland Ky Junk Store Wo pay highest cnsh price hides egg poultry fiwthert icrap Iron rubber copper brass Nee ncbofrerou sell LAND BUCHANAN Under Myer House Stanford To The Ladies I have Just opened a Dress Making es tablishment at m homo on Whitley Aven ue and will be pleased to wait on tbo la dIes of Stanford and vicinity The Yn flame System of cutting and fitting U tot rowed MISS DILLIE LAWSON Stanford Ky For Rent or Lease A iplcndlt1 large dry goods storeroom and a largo warehouse attached recently occupied by Levy urn Stanford Ky Apply for particulars to J D Owtley or to- The Lincoln County National Rank J li OWSLEY S anford Ky NOTICE I u in now ready to let contracts for the Ditching ot Turnpikes In this county This Jan 23 1905 A 0 DUNN Supr Jack and Stallion Sale Kilty Mammoth Jacks Jennets and Saddle Stallion at auction- SATURDAY FED llth At Union Stock Yards Lexington Ky J F COOK k CO Col Ooo A Bain Auctioneer t WANTED Turkeys Ducks Geese and Chickens Highest cash market price H n NOIITHCOTT Stanford Iy A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Ky OfflotoT r MeBobcru Drnc Slots in the Owilej UoUdlni JACK SALE Fox k Logan will hold their annual Jack sale at Danville Thursday March 3 190S Open for entries They as good a lack sale last year ak was ever held In the Uni ted States Ytt J Kid Gloves 11o have jtit received our Spring line of Kitl Glovos nil the new Spring filmilea and black and white 1 nnd S Ib0 Try our Cindys two clasp Glncos Kid CJloves fit brown rondo black and white at 75c- t 1 SEVERANCE SON F Tho jhanco of a lifo time Do not miss it Wo Ire offering you the doorfRange over shown in this city Five year fire back always cold ovor handle The best baker that money can buy Call and see it Special inIs duccnicntd for 30 days GEORGE M FARRIS CO Stanford Ky Cut= Price Sale of Wo = mens Shoes t esess We are overstocked on curtain styles of Winter Shoes for Women which wo propose to close out at reduced prices We a are much in need of space for the superb now Spring Stock now making for us and which will soon arrive For this rca son therefore we olPer our customers surprising values in 11oy uIena High Grade Dependable Footwear S3 and SJ550 Shoes cut to 8225 2 and 250 Shoes cut to 8105 For Cash Only IcunriiNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky TilL BARGAIN STORE Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable GoodsIFrom the Great Bargain Sale of Sweeter Tembrook it Coof New York This is an opportunity which seldom occurs Wo advise all who can to come as cnrln8 possible to attend this tho greatest sale we have ever offered Ladles Furnishing Goods Ladies tailor made suits worth 815 and 820 are on sale at 8450 to 750 Ladies uptodate Jackets 85 to 810 now on sale at 250 to 84 Ladies and Misses Skirts worth 8150 up to 85 lire now on sale at 98c to 82 48 Ladies corsets from 19c 59011up Mens and Childrens Furnishings Great lino of Shoes for children from 15c up Mens Dross and work lag Shoes from 98c up Mens Cloth hug from 3u suit up hens nice Overcoats from 8250 up Mens Sunday fiats from 75c IIJF Chil dreus nice threepiece suits tram 75c upllos r drens and Ladies Stockings from 4o up 1 S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY ti fT INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered in the PottOffice at Stay ford at secondchar nlntier rUllLIMIIISn TUKSUAYH AND FIUDWH 1T 100 PER YEAR CASH V When not so paid fZOO will be charged KNOXVILLE DIVISION 8O0imNatNjZ5 II II South WoZ3 II u t2Mpm UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a amount I can fix your umbrella batter than the tramp money Give me a trialFRANK ATKIMS Stanford For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated just outside of town limits ou the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser vants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In tho yard undone for tock J P nAILEY Jesse W Sweeney IBorniETon Livory Food and Salo stablo Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUBASS Proprietor Electric Llehts In every room Refurnished ant under entire New Management Bob the favorite porter meets all trains Urge Wellllehted Sample Room BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Jt Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited e handled on commission HorscsI Stock Pons In JTIitlwau saloon COOD RICE Prors Finest wises whisky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexington famous Blue Grass Boer Case keg and bottled O 9Brent Southwood mixer Phone 80 Stan Ky Nice Home For Sale I Having decldod to return to Somerset I offer for sale privately my home on East Main Street lu The residence Is sixroom cottage brand new bath room and all conveniences The lot contains about IK acres of land and the home Is a most delightful one For further particu tars call on or write me at Somerset J II Heck or Wm neck at Stanford HOTEL PROPERTY AND STAOL- FOR SALE I I desire to sell privately my hotel property and livery table In Ing can be used as hotel orprlvato residence and Is well arranged for two families Sta ble has 20 stalls and II In good repair Plen tywater at barn and hotel It house Is not told by will rent It and can give pos session on that date Can give possession of barn If rented or sold separately on Nov 33 Ilouto and barn newly Ho tel Is In Graded School district For further- particulars call on or address CARPENTER Hustonvllle Ky J+ G+ McGMY t1NDEB11 aliirtitiEt1V EMBALMERAnd HABJTESS SAPDLEBY 20 Stanford Ky Ja Le Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers ALfODIALIllIK FarnltnreMattingeRngThey 8 kinds of Stock Give them a call Pricea right TANFORD KENTDOKY 1i73Q1i5S I Queen Crescent Routeli SHORTEST LINE ANDIQUICKEST BeTWEeN SCHEDULESI Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga t Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville Birmingham New Orleans Shreveport and Texas Points FOP H Y AIKEN Tray Passr AJt 89 H Alain St Lexington Ky W A aARRETT Gen Mgr W C RINEARSON Ocn Pass Agt CINCINNATI i r JMI lRKThe last resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable Monument Let it be of exclusive and artistic design the best material and of perfect workmanship We carry the largest stock of Monu andIGranite in Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaperWM ADAMS Qt SON Lexington Ky TO THE FARMERS taflul9o f cropsISo if you will call and ice us we can furnish you The American Fence the best woven fence on the market We have just received a carload of this fence and willmake i the price suit Call and see us w E erkjns tI w OrchardI 7Sr LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Tho sixth annual tobacco fair will bo hold at Mavsvlllo Fob 22 Blue Grass seed for sale Extra qual- Ity A W Carpenter Moreland Ky 4t FOR SALE800 shocks of fodder with pasture to feed It on I 3 Tovli Sbelby City Ky bonedEtitular Julius Koelllker London Ky 26 Health Officer Allen of Louisville revoked permits of 40 dairymen who persisted In feeding their milk cows distillery and brewery slop Wm Haggard sold his farm of acre on tho Cllftv road near the city for ei50 considered a good bargain for the purchaser Rex Held Somerset Journal The government reports show that the wine product of 1004 was tho larg est In recent years being 60000000 hectolitres against 35000000 for tbo preceding year J F Cook S Co of Lexington have Issued a handsome catalogue of their jick jennet and saddle stallion sale which occurs at the Union StockYard la Lexington next Saturday Feb 11 They will dispose of a great lot of anI- mal Write to them for a list of en triesIn the western section Of Kentucky peanut raising has been found to bo decidedly profitable The nuts are said to be better than any In the country of finer quality and the quantity larger per acre than those raised In Virginia and Tennessee the biggest peanuts raised In tbb Union Peanuts raised on the Exall place In McCracken coun ty last year yielded 8175 per acre and the hay Is worth f40 per acre making a total of 1215 an aero About 600 acres of goobers were raised In McCracken Graves and Ballard counties the put year A New Creed I believe In mercy as I hope for mer cyI believe In truth because It makes me free- I believe in cleanliness of body mind and soul 1 believe In kindness toman woman child and animals I believe In the charity that begins at home but does not end there I believe In moral courage because I am more than a brute- I believe In righteousness because It Is the sborteet aDd beullne between two etercltle I believe In patience because It is the surest way to secure results- I believe In tbat kind of Industry that takes an occasional vacation- I believe in that sort of economy tha spends money for a good purpose I believe In honesty not for policys sake but for principles sake- I believe In hospitality because It puts a roof over every mans head I believe In obedience because It Is the only way to learn how to command- I believe In selfcontrol because I want to Inlluence others- I believe In suffering because U chas tens and purifies I believe In justice because I believe In God Omaha News The Worlds All Right Its a good way to slog It The worlds all right So let the bells ring It The worlds all right From oven Its sorrow Some joy we can borrow Today and tomorrow The worlds all right IIIn grief and In glory The worlds all right Still toll the same story Tho worlds all right The far stars replying To all of earths sighing For living for dying The worlds all right Atlanta Constitution Chamberlains Cough Remedy Tho Mothers Favorite The soothing and healing properties of title remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cure have made it a fa vorite with people everywhere li Is es pecially prized by mothers of small child ren for colds croup and whoopingcouKU as It always affords quick relief and as It contains no opium or other harmful drug it may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by Lynn Bros Crab Orchard yam Warrants for the arrest of Judge Jas Hargis and Sheriff Ed Culiiihan of Uroatbltt county wore Bunt from Win chester to Coroner M C Ballot of Jackson to be served Thoy are wanted to answer a charge of contempt ol court for Inducing witnesses to Icavo the State and not testify In tbe Mar cumHarglscaje nail will be allowed Judge Bar llIln the sum of 12000 and Sherd Callahan In 11000 I pressed my suit with bonny Kate Said oho I cant decline But now the wont reciprocate By pressing mine After a debt Id outlawed even a col lector of antiquities couldnt realize on It destroyerof WINTER MEAT EATING Tho Poor Stomachs Tale of Woo Just Now Mlona Is Needed II At this season of tho year thousands o people aro already showing the ill eym toms that ate sure to result from tho usual winter diet Indeed life meat eating heatty food lack of exercise overwork and poor ventilation spoil sickness an poor health If the stomach cannot do Its work properly ill health Is Mire to follow MI- na o Is the ono medicine that assures n nat ural digestion that strengthens the stomach that soothes and heals all irritation congestion and Inflammation in the stom ach or bowels It is this tint makes it n certain and guaranteed cure for all stom ach troubles If the digestion is Impaired the blood is Impoverished and becomes tilled with poisonous impurities deranging the en tiro system and causing sickness and suf fering Mlo na acting upon the stom ach and digestive organs cures sleepless news nervous troubles headaches back aches and general weekneas and debility- If you ate weak andailing the chances are that It is duo to a diseased stomach but you can be cured by using MIo na Ask Penny the reliable druggist Ic show you limo strung guarantee under which Mlo na is sold Mlona costs but COc a box If it does not help you the price U absolutely nothing Let us drink a straight To the Bluegrass State To tho health of Old Kalntuck lab To her daughters fair And her horses rare And her sons of sand and pluck sab Howard U Farmer The Best Physic Whcn you want a physic that Is mild and gentle easy to take and certain to act always use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Lyne Itros Crab Orchard Buttermilk U the elixIr of lire accord leg to a European scientist who de cides It retards old age by killing harm ful calcrobes NEW LIVERY STABLE- s w BU1Il A 331 PrDrt JUNCTION CITY KY slrstOlai s Turnouts at Reasonable lutes Special Attention to Traveling Men Oraln and hey For Sale Oa1Jl Tratjlor UIALIK m BeetGloars Etc KYOdorPrompt Nothing but the hdrink Mailphone cr tsl rrspb orders recilvs prompt attention R B Muttony Insurance flocnt Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners In counties of incoln and Casey who may be seeking ins itirance against lire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest anllllf8t OldLIno Corn panics represented and the lowest possible rntos are guaranteed Phone b 2 Stanford Kentucky Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of land n two tory front room cottage The houseisnew A did garden orchard There In a large mill on tlieplaco a rood ciutber and the dam U In good repair and the natural pow er Is groat economy In running the mill Does a splendid business Everything U In good repair and has all necessary InK The owner only reason for soiling Is the rush of other business as he has extensive farming Interest to look after This property Is on the Hanging Iork about miles from Stanford and can bo bought at a bargain Ior further particulars ad dress 8 O Thurmond I ytln Ky or It K Hughes Stanford Ky EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been in the Tailoring business all my life I feel confident In saying I represent one of the beet tailoring firms In the country Vlih my experience In taking measures and dlrvctoni Ieyour clothes are hound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear me out Sly prices are the same as Inez porlcnced men who are In the business I also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other BiiUuigd I will cut and make if you desire at a moderato price Thank nou for put favors I nm yours H CRCPLBY tho Tailor First National BankStanford Kr Capital Stock 50000 This Institution ws originally established 1831dStanford in IUS and again reorganized as the First National Ilaik of Stanford In Hit having had practicallll1D uninter rupted existence 43 YOIU It li better supplied now with facllltloi for transact enrbeforoAccounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK Olrectors J R Paxton 3 II Owsley 8 II Shanks W 0 Walker Oeo W Carter j II Foster L 0 Ooocii W II Cummins W M Rrlcbt It L Hubble w II Shanks toTheBocce o r Farmers Hank it Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company Stanford Ky No 56N tent ol unimproved lioj In Iros county Uo IS mllM trout Nebula Station oo Iron Mountain roau Will toll ubanca tit prolnlo Llocoln county No Hmllfim ITaens Smllw ram titan forU Houiiol roltrcooi rooms bk porch and errands iced bars sad other tmlUlan In tInnatr Cut UsIiltMs will f arel Iii Leta ecdlly tloneneacraln fruit trace rot in Ir II uhtstmmmlMlo frsuUst Urfiln ana un be MItt bargain ClOM to Khaul and church Piles eta pr sera Und aJJotninj told fur I W 7U Thuuabarg1n No MA farm of IM acre In Gay emintv KrI Oae and one hdf Wry dvSWC wlh 1i rooms gad barn and JolhtroulfctilkiU iitf silo is ouIUiiloa n anti In UMbel fruit tree tto IITS well on county road rlOM ehunbd eboolcle l No fiex agoaefISimuladiUmbrtand ton ed In Perry count KOraw t1c Crerkc irlhutanrof Ik North Fork of KMiwkr rarer IJHtboMcrwk A raareaIAwreyed wltlili three nllM of said property 1U timber omMi M oketc Title pwlert Will Ml r srbaoii we uy terms No 55A nUw two tey eight romai tram dvelllof In Mtanlord Ihs la kalla toad ether with eoawnt bor n well la klUhrn nlllro cabin on place which rent tor 11pwr month Tae rents Set UI per mouth Tbli prup 3rI6rIdnelneouoty Tow troom atwerrkloce- a tenant bowe burn room lerespr JW hJ ol atoekandallclbernrrcMary o ilMilMliiri all In lr 10e to rlmrrk arkMi pnnMa railroad and In tool DrtgblMrbtwd by now In rolllralloo rat in gnu sad tlmbr Mr Tile la an tUal country how M all cvecaI BrM on plan rain etc watered with II sorer failing etr l9keeaDabu- Baalv0servelsmlon Mil tram Semel- KyrulinneenfiWC Forty arras In Celtics non W arrt In puturr talasxwln IlwWr Iiwrtl log contains ucenrauua tarp barn ahdallarc euary outbulldioga FeorrssadbuIWlnpluspdro did repair Well catered Irks J280 No 2fie0urso of land In Ford temnl Kaa six nllM train railroad and ralM raw Arkanui aver hetenly acres of land la rlrer twllew li flnt clue land and la gran This lent II fur ul or farm of 304 acne In Uumln county Three good dwlllnp J good barns a1lber oatS bnlldlngieacb house barn e r short the noW or 100 arrr All on county wad wile rein church acbwl and pmtoifrv UTS well and well watered Tbla li a good tobarco fans and would suit two or tbr faoilllra that Might want la come from till lame neighborhood Irl reatunabU No M Twoatorr tramdwellagefsixruoes twohalU Tranda well at durand all etaier aWl oulbulMlnca Also large WackMallli shop 60x0 sad heds lull iemMk of chop art ftwlde Toliproptrtr wU be acid at a very low price No 5A farm of IHaerea your mlkfou Hun ford on bnt into In Ibe teethwall waleml 01 roiid dwelling aecwirv outbutWlnp AspdndWWegrauarea only Winlnuleadrlfe from county K of one lartn Suiitclnz tbta has rM ally rrluiol fU tier acre We offr Ibla at H71U No 54Flflr arm near 1leaaant Point Ky Frame house s rooms and parch lUrn and otber outbulMlnga a acre In cultlfatlon real In lim tier Well wateicd 8W yards trout potofflceMtMw and church bye well on plks and In cow No15M250set f0 aria mile of Crab Orchard Ky Ilrlck dwelling 8 rouini two tenant houses two barn well iprlcg nor dwelling Farm In high nau ol cultltallou 150 UfO river bottom land good fencing fruit etc Price M7M sn acre No ytA nice firm at Highland well improved well watered elk Irke X ann u land on Jamestown road south of Dunnvltle too acres In cultivation about M acre In limber an j rest in gals Urge new frame dnell leg also an old Jwelllnjp on piue A new barn and two oU ones is watered and the fencing U Rood On public road Price luoao Also a 50 barrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Salt Itlver Steam power new ups tOdnte In every particular and good dwell Ing with Improvements norm of line land close to Southern railroad Irlce 10 No 7660 acres of land nor JiinitlonCltycutln seven neldi urn In cultlraltun In gnu a nice young orcbard and one of Ihe lest grape bar Lon In Intk fatly sold 100 pound tit grape listyear tellwuernlend fHIlnll 1001- Clooe to rchou and uurehes A twostory nz room fnine dwcllln oal buts elite eU all In good repair Prise5110- Also acres of Florida land In Mann villa On railroad street through place leaving acres on one aide with 2story 5 room house and oranges puucho pours plums grapes all bearing und 6 acres tn other side with 0 room onunUirv liou e ors angus poaches pears plume grape bear- Ing All for or the 6 hero for J1SOO und tho airres for 31 100 A Mullltt county Ky farm of 100 acres with good 2itorj home metal roof burn water etc 110 acres of timber that win make tins stave barrel timber Ground will grow wheat corn tobacco etc only Jjino i ash Iluce Ims fruit tree lit nrrc t tulle Ilarditown Junction Ituliltt rnanty Ky 110 pore cultivated balance In timber good three room house with hall new log btrii smoke house wood house tine wull good xprlngs and running water two orchards three room ttmanl house Is a beautiful farm and productive cheap forSaMO iOOUcanh balwnco In one two send three yours 131 acres three rnllo of Wllllsburg Wash ington county Ky its sere cultivated acres In timber well cistern sprlupt orchard sly story six room frame Imus veranda cellar burn erlbx wood house smoke house hen house school on tho farm This good farm worth the money SISAo f 1330 rash balance one nndtwo years Officers t J 8 IIOOKKH PresS 8 T HAKIM V free J J MoUOIIEUTS Obr W II WKAHKNAnt Cbn Directors V Reid Danville 9 T turns Stanford 18 Hocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney Ii U Elmore Stanford II Ilaughman tanfor4aT P Hill Jan Robinson lIubbleI111 HiiUKMtnan SUnfprd J J Iettui Stanford Ed Carter Stanford It-J ft BOOOO toeonlrWS Officers I S H BI1ANK8Pretldenl I W M HHIOIITOtsbltf W O WALKER Aut Cubist a No tVurarreaoflaad akds air oat iloiv lit room frame dw4lln In MrKlnner Ky wire werkalu kllcben sod family room load bar aadallnrmaryoulbultdlnn IIacewell fenced and In gad repair lleuw dine net HX audIO roni new and e only uk for Ibs be anproperty No W Farm ol III Bern In Caw r rognty Two- neryframes dwtJllsf Iwogep term sod otber MlixiUdlitfi la gad reel tylradld lobar t fMtNnew two tory I rooM tree dwelling aol od dwrillof la lair rMdlilaB tiaras dad other out kttUdlBip sin MUM roJ i4 iHlkl lateixu UoJ tIIIIMand lmlUlBc Iraiuctlvlimo a ihHiflaBd Isgahdwalerhoods slow to Kbgo f 100I pod lIar soil ti Leer H and iprlng tenMDi sod wlhusldle la far naxllllon Cheap place rioMtotown VVUImliaiatalllaully No If MS areea of land near Crab cbeap OftlurJtNo 4To story Iraaa dwelling 1U sad teraada Km ginlenIVeelRg sod gust reralr Fondle or rent Vntm reasonable Na asltmr IWarrre alluated near Kings title Ky W aerea In Ito n la tlmlwrrMt In rase well watered two tool harD and other romparlllalyebool tcwtlhrw and C depot Trepertv llea ot desirablelatetor ft or la parrel of set lee than M arm t anil purchaser this U rtalnly ebeap property No Jl UweHlHgnfl rods wlth 70 acre liDIn Moreland eked hare cal nereaaary oulbulid tlap wells In yard pleodld orchard end I air IIn IVlrefMONilllcnlarsaddrteatjeiiUal Keelwky keel Ijlate tIrbDgeJ TllteCo No KY WaDburcIn byneverNe fibIleeaed listrrraof land In MKm CJdterms No alit urges allIOOl land III room two nor dwetllnc well lonoIlt leoclng li th hott I th edy 5 to o raJN Mfceol sad rhurtbra fkli ts a drtiraMs Setup Irlr rauoMM f No tro m frtWf Mllit and otm acre o land In Klnnrlll Ky Large turn ek how rpatrIrlNe e Twiarrr llan te Story reincot tat seeps roans belt Ht HMUO hw i faardHi and inlredkl nb rJ Idaena fearing BWl two laI b f taeiiM wl lr good we4ln pale IBM teal ia goof Mill the plan a ad rnuktr la sells It la rna tjr nit ural inter which li a gra Mnamy sad Ihu dan U lama rrplr Will w4l the pwopwtty at a low 0gee or 1111- No M Frame hotel large ronwi doubt UrlOtdu hallway ltd Nye I story store room frunilBf itrrtt III vt tree botIuptaln tulta hl ferdwe iBf 2 nlte roiU nlHl y furnUbM tarcsr tdxep All of thUpreprrty sin london Ky monyIOprlnorbusrcauellorentprolwry monlb OnacrouDtof III heallbof hla wife oal nthlDCr h No 71A nlee four room ottsge water In kitchen A good larn cal house etc and a good garden Priltam- Ito 7sA small farm or 7e urea of good land located close to town lrk fltX II arms In Allen county Ky ou rail road and pike about to acres cultivated about 125 In Umber and grass and about IO In grass Timer on place Is cut to IS incises but will make barrel timber shing leI ties and cord wood enough to pay for the placu twice over A large pert ed There ore four dwellings of room each and one toro of IwoBtorles with rooms above has wells and springs of water Is In mile of county seat and grows tobacco corn wheat grits etc for flSOO Onehalf cash rOltntrIy b built 8 years sign Steam and water tower uptodatemeal bolt The Is of iyears run 14 acres with thw tnlll including what Is with the house of 5 rooms All for 6330 or fI MO for the mill and 11 acres One half each Has line trade No mill In 10 mllo MntlsslpprThere J ffmtualtles for profitable Invetlment ai the Miiirn rfppl hlcll la now filly icrlb d as Pros l 1Irnusof timber unJ In the South When the Illn bar removed the land Is unequaled for ncrli ulu ral purpioea It will produce a bale of cotton to acrenr will grow any other kind of crop raltej the temperate cone The soil need no frrtllliers Iholelves a yield which cannot be excelled lanes are Iii title is perfect and the man who toys Delta farm anJ timber lands at present prkea Is making an In vestment that he will never regret land It vided Intu tracts ranging from acres to the tact to 11000 acres tu the trail and prlce from J8 peracr to Ji6 per acre accorJinR lu location etc art aulhorliej by the company who owns these ands tit State thai as other parties are conjljetlne the purchase of these UnJ that we otter theta tracts sub 1nrarIcular f 10 V nf