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SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNALa i I VOL XXXII STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10 19053 P M NO102 I These Lines Woro Written By Mrs H D Phillips In Mem ory of Her Daughter rrDaisy Aged Sixteen came to earth one happy day ITboro girl to cbeor my wave y by day her taco to tho joy I wished to eefI found within this lIfo to brlifbt Buoh perfect comfort and dollch And as tbo and months passed by My bono WM happy I know whIt Bho never loll ma nctrco a day And I can hear her weal voice layrMamma please let mo RO a way I will not linger will not stay on and on at years rolled by IAnd clung together iho and I Fn the same sweet way wo kept 10 nigh I Our tbouRbu together close did lie She walked talked and planned with mother And In oar life there teemed no other So all along the iournov way Tbo patb wan happy bright and gay At night the would on the table Her book there wo studied to lacel So swiftly did the hour go byIit Tbo time was gone era we thought It nigh Ab I must pauie and linger hero To look through memory hall o dear And feel again tbo happy bllee Ol those sweet hours and the Iroodt night kiss a Another day there came to earth A lovlnR angel to check my mirth And when I found 14 preenoe there It teemed too hard for me to bear I pleaded with an aohln heart Tbat this Death Angel would deport And leave my darling here to stay To cheer my tile yes day by day nut to my pleadlnizeoamathe NaT I need her there oho mutt RO Thu In my anguish and depalr I Rave to Jesus all my care Since Daisy sweat face has gone away It teem in bard for me to stay Yet the mission that left Ill try to Oil And bo submissive to file will January 31 1005 LockingForward 1 Sing a song of sunshine Spring lion the way Ulotiom tlrao Is nearly Every bleed day I are Rettln longer tOaf almost tOile the Iceleaked rivet belie to ma When too little crones Tell you It is spring Then the merry robin Will begin to slag Violets are waltln 1lDdernlJltbwinter the snow It Hurry up and go Sing a sons of sunshine Sun liollmbln high Good old tired feelln Get UI by an by- ObleaaD Chronicle Startling But Truo Ieople the world over were horrified on learning of the burning of a Chicago the atre In which nearly people lout their live yet more than five times this num Let or over 3000 people died from pnou monla In Chicago during the same year with scarcely a pricing notlco Everyone of these cases pneumonia refilled from a colt and could have been prevented by the tlxelr use of Chamberlains Cough llnncdy A great many who had every reason to fear pneumonia have warded It off by the prompt me of this remedy Tho following II an Instance of this sort Too much cannot be tatd In favor of hamlxrlalnt Cough Itemed and especially for colds and Influenza I I know that It cured my daughter Laura of n severe cold and believe saved her life when she was threatened with pneu monia W Wilcox Logan York Sold by Lyue lime Crab Orchard Drown What did your wlfo eay night when you began to explain why you didnt got home earlier Green Sho said my originality compared favorably with tho Jokes In an almanac Chicago Nows I never loved a sweet gazelle Or calf or cow with limpid eye Too dearly to refuse to soil Especially wbon beef was highs John L Sullivan tho pughas pneumonia KINGSVILLE There was a show ui McCarty ope ra house list week which was pronoun ced Qrilclaia There are several exchanges about to bo made In real estate to this section Hobt Smith bought a small place here a Emmet McCormack of Ilustoc vllle for lit Mr Eliza Ulgnev It receiving new goods and will soon bavo to enlarge her storeroom All the stores carry a at Rood line of everything but trade as a ult of the weather Is now somewhat dull A railroad oRlclal here says the cost of the largo pond and water tank was at least 10000 Instead of MOOOO as we stated In n letter recently Tho company will widen the lake and make other improvements Thompson it Evans are putting In a now thloglo mill and have also reeled Presbyterian church which has practically abandoned fur services or keyeral years and will use It as a warehouse for lumber Tbo business of this enterprising firm Is steadily Ic creasing Perry Bryant and family will move Somerset Sties Dora ttlgnoy spent tow days with her cousin Mrs Lens Butt at Highland MrsJW Acton has bad she grip Master Harold Obey olette le critically III with membrane ous oroup Ely Hoops is able to bo out after a tong siege of typhoid fover George Bradley Is with his bomufolka here Ifl Should 010 If 1 should die tonight And you should come to my cold corpse and say Weeping and heartsick oer my lifeless olay If I should die toDlarbtIAnd you should corns In rlofI and woe And say Heres that ten dollar that lowe I might arise In my large white oravatI And say What1 that If I should die tonight tai you should como to my oold corpse and kneel Clasping ray bier to show the grief you feel- I say If I should die tonight And you should come to me and there and then Jut even hint that you would pay that ten I might arise the while Hut Id drop dead again Afraid ofStrong Medicines Many people suffer for years from thou matlc pain and prefer to do no rather than take the strong medicines usually given for rheumatism not knowing that a quick relief from pain may be had aim ply applying Cbambnclalna lain Halm and without taking any medicine Internally Rev Amos Parker of Magnolia North Carolina suffered for eight years with a lame hip due to severe rheumatic pain HP has been permanently cured by the free application of Chamberlains Pain lUlni Forstleby Lync Bros Crab Orchard Recipe if food no longer tate the tame Whatuver care they take If you are sighing for the null Tbat Mother used to make Arise at four and milk the oowt Go out and feed the hogs Then just to while the time away Split up tome hickory logs So stop before you kick about The biscuit and tho cake appotlto1fNow York Sun ItAgonizing Burns Ito instantly relieved and perfectly healed by Imcklons Arnica Salvo C lily enbark Jr of Norfolk Va writes burnt my knee so dreadfully that it I tered it all over Uucklons Arnica Salvo stopped the pain and healed it without a scar Also heals all wounds and 25c rft Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lynn llros Crab Orchard Plro at Cedar i dla destroyed property worth J200000 r + TIT HOME OF VINOL To Thin poople a Lot us a vise you to tako Vinol The reason it is tho best strength and fleshI creator is because it actually contains all the medicinal elements taken from genuine fresh Cods Livers without oil These combined with organicor grease 1 iron and other body building ingredients flesh strength and create the greatest tissue builder known to medicine Try it on our guarantee Respectfully r I PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD NEWS NOTES The bank of Lebanon Oregon was blown open and robbed of 9000 Tbo Nashyllle Dally News an afternoon paper has gone up the Hume Fire from workmans torch caused at Ore loss of 200000 at Home N Y Two boys accused of wrecking a near train In IlllnoU wore Indicted for murder was Tbo date of the Confederate reunion Louisville his been finally axed at N June 1410- Three hundred children at Stryker ne- o bad a narrow escape when a school building Will burned A section crow of three men was killed In a wreck on a logging road In Cov Ington county Alabama A Chl ago girl poured oil over her clothing and alTered herself a living sacrifice to a now religious organiza tionThe main elevator of the Liberty Mill Co at Nashville containing 5000 bushels of wheat burned the lost amounting to ITS 000 are The olllclal directory of the Catholic Church for 1005 gives the Catholic pop ulatlon under the American flag a20 WU92 Of these 12407793 aro In Amer- Ica and 7058009 In the Philippines of The court of appeals extended to Fob tbo 18 the writ of prohibition against the Fayette court In the Uargl cases or derod the appearance of 17 witnesses od for oral examination and made the Commonwealth a party defendant with of Judge Parker rer At Wlnchisterthe depjflltlon of Mote Feltner charged with contempt of court In not testifying In the recent Marcum Qargls damage suit was taken before a nota y public The defendant made sensational statements among them ed tba the was epproached by D F French who stated that the Dar hes must have Jon Marcuic killed and that Feltner was wanted to commit the murder Faltner said he consented but later changed his mind The plan were to shoot Marco m either from the col loge building or from the oourt house Uo said Tom White refused to tIre from the court house because at that time Marcum bad hit child In his arms his Mopday night Feltner was handed a letter threatening him If he should give his deposition lie was Informed that he would bo prosecuted for robbing the mall for killing one James Frazier and for other crimes The letter was given to the sheriff who sent It to Judge Benton who Is boldldg court at Richmond CURES WITHOUT STOMACH DOS ING Hyomel Cures Catarah by Sim plo Breathing Penny Refunds Money If It Falls in To Cure A long stride towards solving tho mystery of curing catarrh was taken with the discovery of Hyouioi In fact the per centage of cures by this treatment proves it equal to the final test The folly of taking medicine into the stomach to euro catarrh of the nose theI throat and the lungs his been realized by physicians but not until Hyomel was known had they a practical method that would obviate stomach drugging A complete Hyoraei outfit costs but 91 Is and consists of a neat pocket inhaler that can bt uted anywhere without attracting attention a medicine dropper and a bot tle of Hyomel Extra bottles of Hyomel cost but SO- cBreathinb Hfomoi through tho inhaler every particle of air that enters the nose throat and lungs is charged with a heal tog balsam that soothes and allays all ir ritation kills the catarrhal germs and en riches the blood with additional ozone Penny lau so much faith In the lower of Hyomei to cure catarrh that ho is sell ing it under his personal gimrsniee to re fund the money If It does not give posi live relief IIWomans Weak Point She can fool the men about her ago And fool em bout her wealth IITbelr doubts as to her past assuage Acd those about her health She fools em bout her temper gee Of that there Is no doubt But theres no chance for trickery When shes growing stout In caeo the chap likes tresses light While hers are dark in hue The change Is ufo and simple quite And she knows what to do The tailor man though thin ehe bo Can always help things out But tbcrod no chance for trickery When shoit growing stout Poisons In Food Perhaps you dont realise that many pain poisons originate In your food but some day you may feel a twinge of dys pepsia that will convlncoyou Dr New LlfolHU are guaranteed to euro all sickness due to poison of undigested or money back 25o at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford and Lyne Hron Crab Orchard Try them IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES rJCharles Heed aged 81 and Miss Mary V Barnett aged 18 were married Rowland yesterday ID a wreck on the Southern railroad Lexington Fireman L Beckett crushed to death- Regreientatlveelect Edwards has recommended to the President Isaac Bryant for postmaster at Corbin L M Smith was elected city attar of Barrodsburg to succeed Rodney Keenon who was given a clerkship by Appellate Clerk Morgan Cblnn Marlon Meece has been appointed postmaster at Colo Pulaskl county Thomas R Kelsay at Sumpter Wayne county nod Mattle Bryant at WofTordt Whitley county- Indictments were returned at London against Charlie Green for killing his father Milt preen at Altamont and George MoNlel for killing lamer Mur phy at Pittsburg Both indictment for murder John Todd a farmer Is dead at his home near Lancaster after a few days Illness the result of a surgical opera tlon which necessitated the amputation both feet which wore frozen during recent zero weather He leaves a large family At Richmond Judge Benton sustain tbo validity of the act of tbo last Legislature In prohibiting co education the races In Kentucky The demur of Berea College to the Indictment alloverluledtried on Its merits Lyon Fish L k N agent at Row land has made one of the new fasbloa sideswipe telerapb keys so exj tenslvoly advertised In the electrical j journals It does the same work and answers the same purposes as the one advertised ab a wristsaver and ls a splendid piece of workmanship Lac caster who RecordIsell Cave neighborhood several days ago Insane with grief over the death of wife was found by Deputy Sheriffs Ben Freckman and John McElroy of Lexington In a half starved and frozen condition He was taken to the St Joseph Hospital where bo Is being tenderly cared for While the late Col Thomas P Ocbl Ilondbies wore sure to set his temper on edge One day he was calling on a ladywho bad humored her the most wailed condition ImlfoltlnvbloI Be was an unmitigated little annoy ante and trial and when ho could not monopolize the attention of the callers any other way ho began to cry Tbo mother expressed a fear that the cry leg annoyed the visitor Not at all madam replied the colonel I am always delighted to bear such children cry1 Indeed Why so Because then they are Immediately out of the room In allwell regulated families Six Ways to Win a Woman Jobann Qoch of Bluebeard fame the author of the following rules evolved from his experience with the 44 women whom he married swindled and deserted Nino out of every ten women can be won by flattery Never let a woman know her own shortcomingsAlways to tbe woman to bo the anxious ono Women like to be told pleasant things about themselves When you mako love be ardent and earnest The average man can fool the average woman If he will only let her have her own way at the start Fraud Exposed- A few counterfeiters have lately been making and trying to sell imitations of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consum lion Coughs and Colds and other medi cines thereby defrauding the public This is to warn you to beware of such people who seek to profit through steal ing tbe reputation of remedies which have been successfully curing disease for over 35 years A sure protection to TOilis our name on the wrapper Look for it on all Dr Kings or liucklcnu remedies as all others are mere hull bone H E BUCKLES sit CO Chi cago III and Windsor Canada The storm which had lured 24 hours made the streets so slippery at Oolutn bla S C that tbo horses were unable to keep their footing so berg of a fraternal order to dead mon belonged drew Mondayi two miles to the cemetery 8The Best Physic When you want a physic that is mild t1and gentle easy to take and certain to act always use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Cablets For salo by Lyne Hroa Crab OrcharJ Store Clearance Sale I In order to make room for our Spring stockwhich will he coming in shortly we httve decided to cut down the PRICKS of our stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Ladies Cloaks Jackets Skirts and Ladies and Gents Furnishings To be appreciated you must eee tho bar gains we nre offering to you therefore we invite you to come ace and be convinced of the bargains we are oll ring Dont miss the opportunity of seeing our goods before you buy elsewhereIt sans SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Theyre All Interested in our list ofGood Things for the Table 4Snrh as Hciu1 Apple Butter Mince Brat Pre serves Maple Syrup Pun Cake Flour Dried Fruit Ulmse f Sanborns Cof t fee EtcpJack Rout Bourne Good Edward Woodson Salesmen f W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY r iLI rn 0 I0I I ireoar Ot ko 13uXGI hs 5easo n 2- t rms Have you thought of this The costof Chimneys Grates Mantels Hearths I will put you in a Iatric FurnaceJwarm your house nil over and save fuoh lA furnace will save trouble and expenses caused front bunted pipes to amount to some thing in it few cold winters Think how clean no mho no coal no kindling in your rooms Consult the tinner I 116 St Ky I By a Cs 4 of I W toc stager vii- I JJen SoH ALDRIDGE 11 1Phone Depot Stanford Romeo and I T uliet1Strong Companyat Dao perakouse Skajod Tuesday March 7th Buy your Drugs Stationery Etc Iduring 1905 B McRoberts ISTANFORD IAndSave Money1 TRADE WITH I McCORMACK PEACOCK I HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY Sa- rrlMllt filE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON NO sooner bad tbo INTERIOR Joni NAL laid down the law to tbo LcRleU turo than It came to time with the n age of a bill to accept tbe Hunt sitetc tbo now Capitol and prepared to ad journ The session cost the Stavo over a 130000 but tboio who are In posltloi ibo better to judge ray It Is money well spent as It Rives a commanding loca tlon for a milliondollar edifice and preserves the preeent Capitol building for the use of the government dune the several years that It will take to complete the now ones and thereaftoi for Important purposes Tbe Hunt site some of our readers may not know Is perhaps a mile and a half or two miles from the present Capitol up t tbe river on the opposite side The adoption of the site wlllcauiethe whole of Frankfort to readjust Itself and greatly enhance the value of property on the South Side with n correspond log decrease of values on the North Side and this Is perhaps the reason that the NortbSlders fought a change of location strongly While a ma jority of the people doubtlebS opposed tbe dumping of a million dollars In Frankfort there will be a general feeling of relief that the question Is fi nally settled and that tbe city under the bill will continue for another hun dred years at least to be the capital ol Kentucky There will also be a feel lag of relief that the 15 per diem per day statesmen have let go and return ed to their more suitable walks of life MiDDLESUORO Is booming Is the heading of a dispatch from the exMag la City This would be good news If It didnt take so little to create a boom In tbe Yellow Creek village We remem ber once upon a time that Mr Arnold editor of one of tbe Illfated newspapers that grew and flourished for a few days at Mtddleaboro made a visit to Stanford In the course of his peregrina tions with us during the day we came across a carpenter replacing a cellar door with anew one Have you had a notice of this In your paper Inquir ed tbe scribe We answered blm that small matters as that occupied no space in the INTERIOR JOURNAL when he remarked Such an Improvement would get a twocolumn notice If It were made In my town Evidently the spirit of Mr Arnold goes marching on In tbe most pretentious of the boom towns where thousands of suckers were caught and skinned COLORADO after a repeal of the law of capital punishment for 26 vears hat just returned by Supreme Court decls ion to tbe unimproved method of deal log with murderers that of taking a life fora life The Legislature restor ed the legality of the gallows but the constitutionality of the enactment was questioned hence a resort to tbe hlen eat courts which has clinched tbe matter and ordered that tbo condemned wlio appealed from a sentence of death must suffer tbe penalty Moral tote and sentimentalists may write and rave about the barbarity a law which takes a human life but the fact re mains that no other punishment has i been devised which Is so effective and which completely puts the murderer and assassin out of business AMONO the charges against Federal Judge Swayne who le before Congress for Impeachment Is one that he drew 110 a day for his hotel bill That was 1ofcourse a reprehensible and larce nous proceeding which calls for con dign punishment but what Congress man can cast the first stone at tbe die graced judge when be himself has rob bed tbe government of 20 cents a mile both ways from his home to Washing ton when be rode on a free pass and luxuriated In a Pullman Palace also furnished him without money and with out price AN Ohio woman who sued her hue band for divorce proved that he badI compelled her to move 43 times In nine years and tbe judge granted her petition without hesitation saying that tbo claim of cruel and Inhuman treatment was fully sustained Husband may have found It cheaper to move than to pay rent but be lost a patient and long suffering wife by it and such a wife is to be prized more than rubles THERES many a slip twlxt tbe cup and tbe lip Is doubtless fully realized by Sberman Cooper of Somerset who thought by this time bo would bo hold fag the good otUce of collector of this district Teddy decided to hold up the appointment for a while and Judge Denton la still master of tbo collectors office with fairly good prospects of re maining such THE st tomade that there are In Kentucky prisons 13 men under sentence of death Such a state of af fairs Is deplorable In the extreme But oven more deplorable Is the fact that 10 times the unlucky 13 would feel the halter draw with bad opinion of the law if half of the red handed murderers In the State should get their deserts td 44 iJ TilE way of the transgressor Is bard Indeed This Is as much of a truism as that murder will out For a while tbe Hargties were able to put on a bolt face and bide their sins from tbe world They accumulated money rapidly and were given offices of honor and trust besides being held In high esteem by those who thought them lambs while Inwardly they wore ravening wolves Their star seems about to set now bow ever as every judicial Investigation of the assassinations that have occurred In bloody Breatbltt forgo other IInles to the child of evidence that seems to brand them as the real head of the con splracy to Ret rid of those whom thev Imagined In their way Their got names their fortunes and their polltl cal prestige are fast being swept away and If they do not suitor the dlograc of death and Imprisonment they will owe It to the qnlbbles and technical ties of the law- TilEofiietai count of the electoral vote shows that Roosevelt and Pair banks received 336 votes and Parke and Davis 140 Parkers groat toltgran cut no little figure In the decision of tbe great common people- POLITICAL It Is believed In Washington the Collector Franks of Owonsboro will be reappointed collector of eternal revenue for the Second district A bill has been Introduced In the II llnola Legislature by the only colored member of that body aimed at tbe correction of mob violence in that State President Roosevelt sent a mctsagi to Congress recommending that provis- Ion be made for beginning a thorough survey of the Philippine Islands Tbi work be lays will require eight or ten years and should be begun in the Dear futureAfter a continuous sitting of nearly ntno hours the Senate passed the State hood Bill It provides for Statehood for Oklahoma and Indian Territory al one State and Now Mexico as another State Arizona Is left out and will ap ply to the next Congress for admlssloi as a separate State In case the bill passed by the Senate In concurred In by the House Tbe bill originated In tbe louse and will go to conference- C V Post of Battle Creek Mich has filed with President pro tempore Frye of the Senate a petition asking the expulsion of Senator Platt of New York The petition charges that Senator Platt as president of tbe United States Express Company IB partlclpat log in a conspiracy entered Into by va rlous companies to violate the antitrust law and Is using his official pos tine to protect tbe conspiracy byoppoi tog the passage of any act which woul have the effect of taking from the companies the monopoly which It Is allege they now enjoy and There W J PageU dead In Adair Joshua Adams an aged citizen or Mercer Is dead A Louisville woman sues to have her missing husband adjudged dead- J W Cook of Nlcholaevllle aired 62 died at the Confederate Home Dr S H Laurence one of tbe belt known men of the mountain section dropped dead at Hyden March 6 has been decided upon ai the day of the trial of Mrs Cassle L Chadwlck at Cleveland The Indictment charging Manager W J Davis of the Iroquois Theater at Chicago with manslaughter on ac count of the loss of life In the theater fire was quashed on a technicality The will of the late Mrs George F Sharp of San Francisco provides for a 1200000 gateway to the panhandle at Golden Gate Park as a memorial to her first husband Judge W L PierceI Moao Feltnor completed his sensa tonal affidavit He will ask the Gov ernor to protect him with troops when he goes back to Jackson living In fear of assassination He connects Jim Har gls with the assassination of Dr Cox A fraud order has been Issued by the PostolIIce Department against the Kentucky Distributing Co of Covington The company has been offering to send four quarts of tenyearold whisky and one quart of 15yearold whisky for 12 80 the 15yearold variety beingmoon shine which was alleged to have been discovered by accident February Will winter never be over Will tbe dark days never go Must tbe buttercup and the clover Be always hid under the snow Ah lend me your little ear love Hark Itie a beautiful thing i The wearlet month of the year love Is shortest and nearest tbe spring Mrs A D Whitney How do you account for the fact asked tbo doctor as shown by actual Investigation that 32 out of every 100 criminals In tbe country are leftband edl Thats easily accounted for said tbe professor Tbe other 08 are right handed TldBlts Tbe Japanese Emperors yearly ex pease of living United For this pur pose be draws 13000000 from the Nat lanaI Treasury His personal wealth la not to be spent on his own living so that 3000000 is really his salary aa manager of the country fJ Wrij4 ev HUSTONVILLE C W Adams has opened qulto a clco line of valentines- J W Allen Is Increasing his capac- Ity for the making of maple molasse the coming season II you bavnt done so dont forget to look over the 5 and lOaCouotora at tbe Emporium clearance sale Mrs Burdette Powell sold 113 86 worth of Plymouth Rock chickens one day this week and has fully that many left Tbe Hunonvllle Fair Association on a much larger scale than any previous effort will be held this year on July 20 27 and 28 Our telephone exchange will movo about March let to the rooms opposlt the Wcathorford House lately used a8 a barber shop- Howard Camaltz our ball player uc don contract with Pittsburg has beon ordered to report for duty at Toledo O until further orders D C Allen shipped a car of hogs to Cincinnati this week for which be paid 4o Ho wants another car for next week The real secret of Daves creased business In live stock is his attractive partner- I am called upon to apologize to Pro Saxton for tbe technique alone our good citizens during his admirable aod difficult guitar recital In the parlor os tbe Hotel Weatherford at tbe open Ing and banquet They wont do 0 againMr Chas Wheeler Is maturing plan for building a large twostory brick upon the lot adjoining his present bust ness bouse Archways will connec the buildings and when finished howl open as complete a department store al Is found lo the largo cities- SOMERSET Lights were out for several nights aD account of tbe boiler bursting It looks as If Pulaski county will hue a democratic judge Be patient Tbe bucket shop which located her about two weeks ago has busted Every Man the 16th century mo rallty play will be at the Gem Feb 15 John Hatcher was chosen class orator for commencement at Central Unlver slty Mrs Ruth Ellis acd Mitt Smiley o Danville will open a millinery shot here The new club which will be organlz ed next week will bo called the Pat Time Club Officers will be elected Monday afternoon Howard Garner who bas been ulorlc log In the poiioRlee for several ycare resigned to accept a position In Super Intendent McGulros olllce at tbe Q C shops Miss Grace Waddle Is visiting In Lexington and Georgetown Shorty1 Goodwin was In Lexington Sunday E A Humble Is In Louisville on business A J McCarty Is In Cincinnati harlnj his eve treated Miss Katherine Sraltt left Tuesday for Clearwater Pla to be gone about a month Grave Trouble Foreseen It needs but little foresight to tell that when your stomach and liver are badly aflectetl grave trouble Is cheat unless you take the proper medicine for your disease as Mrs John A Young of OUyNYdld She bays It 1 had neuralgia of the liver and stomach my hear was weakeced and I could not eat I was very bad for a long time but Ir Electric Bitters I totted jut what 1 needed for they quickly relieved and cured me Best medicine for weak women Sold under guarantee by Peo nys Drug Store Stanford Ky and Lync Broil Crab Orchard Ky at boa a bot tie u More cattle were received In Chlcag luring the past month of January than were ever counted during that month Dai1 Traylor DtALIR IN WIHsk Brando Wines Beer Glgars EtG KYItoeePrompt ml attention Nothingbutthabea u drink Ml phone cr telegraph orders receive prompt attention OMauonyInsce Solicits a share of tbe patronage or the property owners In counties of Boyle fncoln and Casey who may be seeking in surance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but tho strongest and best OldLine Companies represented and the low guaranteedPhone Stanford Kentucky EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I Having been In tho Tailoring business all my life I feel confident In I cprcsent one of the beat tailoring firms In the country With my experience in taking measures and dlrectons I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear me out My prices are the same as Inez icrlenced men who aTe in the business also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other Buttings I will cut and make if you desire at a moderate price Thank ng you for past favors I am yours H C RUPLEY the Tailor k L 1 lJ L I I + ft PEW LEFT+ I ++ II ++ kf + + ++ till+++ It+ i This is an opportunity you should accept The goods are perfect Not old style shopworn but fresh new goods A few siz es left of everything amounts to something to us you af ford to miss A Hocker Bootee at 4 Railroad Boot at 3 Honest Mike Boot 275 t Heavy Canton Drawers 25c Light Canton Drawers 15c Heavy Fleeced Undershirts 38c Medium H II J5c Drawers to Match Stiff bosom shirts sizes 14 12 to 17 50c and goods whats II left go at 35c Remember these prices are CASH H J MROBERTS L STANFORDj PARKERS HAIR BALSAM rtMiml tinflt ee hdf Piumofct a hrirtiil pwlh XntT Patla to actors orsy- Uar In IJ Jr 4- RMaodIt I4arru RaA JONES DENTIST Stanford K Offlre In MY TS house Parlor Ihone gl E D Peyton DKALKH IS Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford q jTuT BOONE A co Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBL Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable hates Gull on nt on Depot Street Alio Dealers In Goal FARM FOR SALE I Aa agent of W T Stone I will on ton d February 13th 1005 county court day In Stanford kv sell to the highest bidder unleusoldprlvatelybetoro that day the known ai thefarm on W T Stone Said land adjoins the land of Jame Koblnson George and Laban withers Inquire for descrlp tlon of J B Owslev or W T J OWSLEY Agent Stanford Ky Pruitt Brothers Undertakers Livery Furnl turn New Goods Just Received Call und see them- PRUITT BROS Moreland KY Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of land n twotory front 1 room cottage The house U new A plen did garden and orchard There Ii a large mill on the i a good crusher nnd the dam la In good repair and the natural In running tho miller Ii treat economy Does a splendid business Is In good repair has all necessary outbuildings The owncri reason for telling Is the rush of other business as ho has ex tensive farming InUrests to look after This property U on the Hanging Fork about miles from Stanford and can bo bought at a bargain For further particular address 80 Thurmond Lytle or L U Hughes Stanford Ky POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid bunting itching or any kind of tres on our places had will prosecute- violators to tbe full extent of the law Charles Knsslln J U McAllster Mrs Kate Ador Jtclchenbach Bros Fred VonoruunlganAlbert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllmun Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mattie H Howe E Uelchcnbach Charles Cummins Jos Dallou A 0 Dunn 9 M Holmes W E Amon Wit Daugherty M J Hoffman M D Klmore Peter W barter J NevIn Carter J E Druce W F Bhomalcer Thomas Ferrlll Oreen Ferrlll F J Cone ij For Tooth Brushes Go To Pennys v hero you can get what you leantX11 full line al the following prices L4 d0 ti1N W 11tiNK 1b1 Kew 5C loc I5c 2oc and 250 9bK4oS Ne161NL 1d01tiAC4 b Prophylactic Brushi at ilithtI soft hard Ill Modi inn Sao Our Wind- owPENNYS DRUG STORE fiord f TfothingUoo Complicated t5Wf pay Capecfal Mention to ldatcnJ Clock and fcwelry Jai crIparing l Your watch or clock running without oil is like silly other kind of machinery will wear itwlf out by motion ofAono part upon another whoa the oil leaches dry Its poor economy to neglect to have this done All repairing promptly attended to retulyIrHaveyour Eyes examined and Glasses prop f erly fitted I MURRAY Fc HcADAMS I Leading Jewelers Danville Ky The Emporium 1 11 HUSTONVILLE KY J Will continuo through February its Cut Prices in Department selling Bleached anti Brown Cottons EvcryIbiirgs Outings Dress Goods Shoes and all Winter At Fire Sale Prices 7 I Clarks Spool Thread j joy 25cr1hC 5c and lOc Counters J astonish the natives Try it Como in youll be convinc ed MR EMPORIUMlNo goods charged at these prices k r =I Coltons Invisible Lacing Corsets IIWoro pretty IItOlleluf our Corset Department particularly eo just now Wo Imvo on exhibition the new corset that hits made quite a sedation in this country ns well us Europe Cottons Patented Invisible Lacing Corset The method ot lacing ie entirely nuw nnd low many with nil tho old dif ficulllo IVrfootly llul hack inaiilo nnelolltOIUIY netieumu oyoleU to ruslreally n boon to nil oowuUwenrore In beautiful eorviceablo models CtMfle in nod see r SEVERANCE SON r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANFOHU KY Fall lo 100 ourI Our Prctelpllon Department has tptolal attention end great care Is IIled t to Insure accurate work and to oondllot tats wurk In a prompt nnd neat mnner- The amount of prescriptions we 111 on ablca ue to glue you oompateai work and furnish thb Purest and net Drug Our tkrloes are reasonable and In aoooi with material and skill required len aye Drug Store Stanford Ky PERSONALS TCLLY MULLKNB jdown with gri MilS K P WOODS Is somewhat 1proved BAUOIIMAN ts up attar a pell ofgripMR W ROUT Is In the gripor the grip t Miss today- Bona KLLJW UAUUOO went to Cti- clnnatl to the wife of Mr F W Shoo maker a tine girl Miss BR8S1K DAW90N Is visiting her titer In Covlnglon MilS W U snits has been ale butte 000raleolag- Mils nD PiilLLtlS sttdered a re apse end Is Ill again Mn WM ConniBR Is out again artllr a severe spoil ot sUknets MRS G A SWIXBHKOAO Is remove t tag from a severe poll of grip JM88E IBKRIN s learning the watcl making business under W U Jluollo- MR WBBD T SMITH who hat been slek for some Lime Is slowly aonvaltsi tog Miss LUCY LHE WALTON U wtab t Wise Mary Miller Walton In LIJCla too MH JOHN IlKrOBT JR has Men oMlecu to his room by Illnen for ome days MH LOGAN WOOD wb bit bIN gape sick Is rtpertcd much twtur t Adveeaw Miss C M JoNlts bit JtOne to Wai wbe Is III Tburlowtoo lo see her sos with paouiBonla O DR W B OBANXON wit at G banks this week to eco Dr T J Acton and wife wbO are 111 A TBNTOBNO boy Charles Lee bat arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs 11 Greely Lutes I MR JOE F PBTTUS and wife of Sprlngfleld were hero Wednesday en I route to Garrard to visit relatives MR AND Mns F M WARE of Mc Klnney attended the burial of Ihel nephew Woodard Garner In ibo Hat EndMIS81LLA MAY SAUNUERS Is book keeper for Mr J S Boots manager or If the Singer Sowing Machine ollhi hero t MR8 ANNIE LASLEY left yesterday for Oopklnevillo to visit her brother for a few weeks prior to going to Or ange Tex to relde MR CHARLES E Cox wont to Corbie with Mr Matt Woodson yesterday ant will assist that gentleman In opening bis stock of goods at that place MRS W 0 SlEED of Stanford Is at tbo bedside of her mother Mrs J F Docker who Is very 11L Carles Coffee the congenial clerk of tbo PUUburc Coal Co was In London Sunday after noon calling Plltsburg Cor London Democrat LOCALS VALENTINES both senllmenlal and comic at McRobertr drug gtoro TUB aged Mr Champ Shumate fe dead at Paint Llek lie was one of Garrardi moet prominent taco and best citizens I WILL pay you tho highest market price for your hemp See me before you sell Arthur F Barnetl Stanford representing E P Spears Jit Son I anteWE have a fdw of llclnz Mince Meat Apple Butter Preserves etc which wo will close out at cost for a row dayeonlyWU Ulgglne the L E TilE young ladle of Club have Issued Invitations to a mas querado to be given on the evening of St Valonllne Day at the beautiful home street of Miss Anna Cook 601 E Main COAL BUSINESS FOR SALC00s- tating of bins scales etc A splendid stand and good business The proprietor on account of III health Is deter mtnml to toll This le a tine opporlu r pity for tome one For particular tee L R Hughes Stanford Kyit IHMAtJ H J MeRobertt bllrilatJ LAID robes hor blankois ole at- C MoCUrys NEW multlnga Inlet wall taper JOlt received TrlbblD da Pence Two second hud job pretHv for alo Write this oflre for partleulors JlT reeulved another big supply 01 high tuallty out glatt W U Mutter WANTm3Good woman unlncui bared capable for hotel houieiceepe Gibber total Danville Ky ROWLAND has a preacher for poJlco Judge In the person of Rev J B Pence who wee elected the other day to serve the town In that capacity V7ATCHHS Clocks And Jcwulry n paired Satisfaction uarantelJdDhI moods Silverware and Jewelry sold on small per cent ORloe at residence ou Laceatter street Robt Faniel MR WooD deputy sberll took Will Dalton and Granvlllo Powel who were given five year each for braking Into a oar at Rowland and stealing groceries to the Houses of He form Wednesday RBOORU KBKPBR A C SING of the Maceubce Lodge here reooved a draft for 11000 this morning tho amount of Insurance held by William B Phtllln In that trder Mr Phillips died lei than two weeks ago Ir the weather will ermlt Miss BI la May Saunders and a company eon posed of Stanford ladles end gentleme will present at Walton Opera Bouse on Feb it the pretty play A Kobl Debut or Jerry Western a Tramp AUCTION I will sell at public auo Ion Monday next GOUty court day In front of tbs courthouse beginning all oolook a big lot of overooals bate Daps eloaks em This will be a rtapperlMsUv to secure bargains J P Chandler nuetionMr KKNNROY Bttoa Oscar and La- reOII sons of Mr D V Kennedy tbe- mmer have opened an upholnar bop at the mill and will give prompt atten be to icy work given them The emnod tbolr trade In Nashville and koow their business OWINGtheabeecicathe Treat ural from tbo city the February drat or teachers will not bo paid yet annot say when It will bo paid I re Tet this very much but U Is not mv aull writes Jag HFuqua Sr Supt or Public Instruction to County Super- Intendent Singleton Till Central Ky Real Estate Ex ihange itTltlo Co hat for tale two recta of land lying in the Souther end of Lincoln county near Souther ullway Ono tract consists of 33 acres ho other live acres Tbo owner of Ihl property lives at a distance and wo an nstructod to toll Ii privately It must ItO Tbo best bid gets It For further iartlculars see or address L R Hughes Stan lord Kv PHUITT Meredith Allen Prultt ouogestson of Mr and Mra George B Prulll of Moreland died Monday of rip and whooping cough The little body was laid to rest In the Moreland omotory after services at the Molho dlt church conducted by item P talker and W D Welburn Qo was a bright lllllo follow and the Idol of his treats Much sympathy Is felt for Ibom In their loss CLBVERCITYFATHERS Tho city council seeing which way the wind was lowing concluded to take time by tho irolock and by a vote of nine to ono bollshod ordinance No 143 which allowed members of the council 12 for eaoh nights service The motion for boliahlng the salaries was made by- Dr Bogle Danville Advocato Whats tho matter with tho city council of Stanford doing likewise I GARNER Woodward Garner aged 28 died at his home near Crab Orch ard Wednesday after a protracted In- els of typhoid pneumonia A wife wbo was Miss Dovlo Brltlon and to whom bo was married a month ago survives Mr Garner was a member of the Bapllst church at Crab Orchard and was an exemplary young man The ineral services by Rev O M Euey currod at the home yesterday morn Inlt after which the remains were laid by the sIde of Ihosb of hit father Mr L D Garner In Buffalo Cemetery binO1lis9i1 Mel QUONSlNlSIRLEl ACING GfflSEB WILLIB HELL SMOTHKKS a Hit colored child died tdrtenly near Lylo Me morolollI6 paid beef DWURST each price for etc by R O bides fur feathers West A Co Cttv Glt bell prtoti before you sell SOME one burglarized the meat 8tore or C It Bmwner at Burgln Monday night Sugar flour coffee and otborI Roods to the value of 115 were taken INSIST on your grocer handll Waihburn At Crosbys Gold Medal Flour to H Welt it Oo Jobbers at Junction City handle this plendld brandaTim sale of the delinquent list by Sheriff M S BauRbman will occur on Monday rain or shine Better pay your taxes before that day If you bavo not doLo 10 Tile weather II doing better to day Tbo sun It shining brightly the Inow and Ice that have covered the rouod for weeks are melting and It looks like tbo backbone of the fearful spill Is broken WK Indeed feel very grateful to thp dear people of Stanford who manifest such deep Interest by loving deeds car nest prayers and eympathlilntr wordl during our darling a lllnese and death May God bless each of you Mr and Mrs HD Phillip B P MAYS writes us from Kldd Store that It Is a mistake about bll brother Rev A L Mays having been sent loan asylum nod we ebecrfull make tho correction We got our In formation from a dispatch sent to tho Louisville Times by Us Mlddltbun correspondent IF ofour ncooanw are not paid In the next 10 dlYwe will be compelled to turn them over to Mr L H Hughes the wellknown atlorna of thin place for collection We hnv sent sutemeot after statement to tbe people we have In view and theIr coo tlnued alleno coQOernlag them wet rants us la doing anything we can to oolleoi the accounts WB desire to thank our many friend for their kindness Intbe paitfew weeks To those who have stood by us hot right and day and so nobly waited on our loved ones we say that while our hearts aro atmoit crushed In sorrow by their kindness our grief Is mad leSt keen and we will ever feel grate ful to them May the One who guide and guards us all be with them contlu tally 0 B Prultt and family r Mn WALTER O WALKER is be ompany of the firm of E T Ience k- Co and be and myself cordially Invlt you to call and see our stock of Bug Ilel Carriages Buckboards Wagons laruess Seeds etc before you buy 7o leas safe In saying that we cat lave you money on any article we sell lubber tiring buggy and earring tainting done satisfactorily and at lov iRures a T Pence MT VEltNoNOn account of our ounty court conflicting with the Rock aetlo circuit court which convenes a t Mt Vernon Monday next our repro entatlvo will not be at Mt Vernon or that day Parties owing this office wll I really oblige us by leaving the mount due with Mr E S Albright or tho Mt Vernon Signal who will forward us the money on receipt of whlol wo will mall receipts to all who pay blm CHURCH MATTERS Rev W U Davidson will preach at the Baptist ctJrch at Crab Orchard unday next The Young People Society will aeot at tbo Presbyterian church at 0 30 Sunday evening Regular service rill be hold at the cturch that day The Mountain Democrat says that Hov Sidney Shears of Stanford huj- uel closed a suucessul meeting at the ondon colored Baptist church Then ivero 17 additions You are especially invited to worship wIth ue Sunday morning Subject Is Running Lifes Race1 also wo earn fitly ask you to come with us at our venlng services at w itch time wo will tudy What lsLlfoV You missed a real treat and not attendSunday 101 thi meeting on afternoon 8nd hearing Prof J LlBosleys talk to us upon Words11 good crowd- td Rood dogleg ae good feeling 0ur next meeting 100S01 week i principal talk by Dr Faille subject Tbo Man of Action Come help us wo will try to help you O M Quay pastor p The Legislature will close Ita 20 day session today The sleet holalea Atlanta from the rest of tbo world Gov Beckbsm announced to the two bouses ot the General Assembly his approval of the Capitol site bill Judge Benton refused to allow Mose Feltner to be taKen to Jackson on a bench warrant holding that the con tempt case In his court must tires be disposed of Joseph Jordon stated In the course of tho Investigation of the charges 01 bribery lo the California Legislature that bo bad bought four Senators pay Ing them 8350 each Tbo collapse of ihef 10000000 loan lo finance the Burley Tobacco Growers Association It announced Tbo failure to negotiate the loan Is attrIbuted tu the opposition of the tobacco trust Notice A stray pale red bolfer wllh a white bUlb tall and anderblt In lift ear about H years old came to my premises about mug Ml My residence la la Lincoln county near Salem Paid cow was Ta- luet at U I This Jan 18 loot W L LUOA8- V It Oompton J I L O COAL AND FEED We deal In best brands of coal and all kinds of feed Kindly favor m with your orders Phone 118 DUCK Buss- Rowland Ky Junk StoreIWO hlJbMt price hldns eggs poultry foHtucM temp Iron rubber cop pet bran See ui before ou setl LAND BUCHANAN Under Myfiri Route Stanford To The Ladies I have Jlt opened a urea Muklnf ci taultahmeut at my lame on Whitley Avon no and will be planed to wait on the la UN of Stanford and ylclolty The Van tame System of cutting and shin Is fol lowed MISS DILUIR LAW80N Stanford Ky For Rent or Lease A iplendlc1 large dry toads itoreroom and n large warehouse attached recently by Levy Urns Stanford Ky Apply for partleulnrs to J B Omley or to The Lincoln County National Dank J D OW3LEY S unford Ky NOTICE I tcontractsI nra now ready to for the UltrMng of Turnpikes In this county This tan U 190S A 0 DUNN riupr WANTED I Turkey Ducks Geese and Chickens HlgheU cash market price H B NOUTHCOTT Stanford Ky IA S PRICE dnruooDDentist I Stanford K a emeovr UcKoberu Drag Store In tb Owili UuUdlnt wJACK SALE I Iox k Logan will hold their annual Jack i ale at Danville Thursday March 2 J60S Open for entries They held ni good a jack sale lust ear at was ever held In the unl ted State8 PUBLIC SALE ihaving sold my farm I will on FED S3 1905 turnIIrltnondmoothlug harrow cutting liar 8row I Superior wheat drill Hoosler when 1 Deorlng corn harvester run one season and good as new Hocking Valley corn shelter cutting box righthand cut McOortnack binder 1 Tiger riding cultivator good as new Woodard hay framo 2 cradles fodder slide 1 farm wagon a 1horso dump cart I set of wagon gear and a lot of plow gear several log chains doubletrees singletrees and other articles too numerous to mention 2 spring wagons buggy brake cart good mares gray work horse 0 yours old 1 Hereford cow u 2vcnrold heifer yearling steer some household and kitchen furniture also a few stacks of clean mixed hay TERMSAll sums of itO and under cash In hand over that amount creditor months with negotiable note payable at the Citizen National Dank o and bearing no Interest Sale will begin at 0 30 bornefSale will take place at mv miles east of Danville and miles westot Hub creek SPOONAMOREI t 1 Kid Gloves l We have jut received our Spring line of Kid Glows nil the new Spring Shades and black and white 81 and 81CO fry our Gladys twoclasp Glace Kid Gloves in brown mode blaok and white at 76c SEVERANCE SON t Tho ohaiico of n life time Do not miss it We are offering you the Itange ever shown in this city Five year fire back always cold over doorIhandle Tho best baker that money can buy Call and see it Special in t ducements for 50 days GEORGE H FARRIS CO Stanford KyIi Cut= Price Sale of Wo = mens Shoes eteeteeasetlsars We are overstocked on certain styles of Winter Shoes fur Women which wo proposo to clove out at reduced prices We are much in need of spaco for the superb now Spring Stock now making for usand which will soon arrive For this rea son therefore wp oiler our customers surprising values inro i men High Grade Dependable Footwear 88 and 8850 Shoes cut to 5225 82 and 8250 Shoes cut to 81G5 i For Cash Only CUnniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky THE BARGAIN STORE Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods From the Great Bargain Sale of Sweeter Pembrook C Co of New York This is an opportunity which seldom occurs We advise all who canto come as early as possible to attend this tho greatest sale we have ever offered Ladles Furnishing Goods Ladies tailor mado suits worth 815 and 820 are on tale 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 85Ilre now on attic ut 98e to 82 48 Ladies corsets from lOo up Latest styles of petticoats from 59c up Ladies dress and coarse Shoes at 08c tall up Mens and Childrens Furnishings Great lino of Shoes for children from 15c up liens Dress and work fug Shoes from J8e up Mens Cloth ing from 3a suit up Mens nice Overcoats from 8250 up Mens Sunday Punts from 75c up Chil drens nice threepiece suits from 76c urllO8drens and Ladies Stockings from 4o up fS Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 J 4 Sli04 iiO f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered in the roflOjfice at Stairford as ftconddan matter VUIIMHIIKD TUKNIIAVH AZl FHIDVI AT 5700 PER YEAR CASH CtT When not so paid ISOO will be charged Ii 0 I KNOXVILLE DIVISION No 34 Train 10lnlNortia104pmN28II IIMNI25II II SoulhM llilfisi m 14023 MMM1233 UMBRELLAS m Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a amount I can flx your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial FRANK ATKISS Stanford For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated just outside of town limits on the Somerset House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser Tanya room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and ono for stock J P BAILEY Jesse W Sweeney FROFBIETOR Livery Food told Solo Stable Lancaster Ky Horses veilfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUQABS Proprietor Electric Lights In every room Refurnished and under entire New Management Bob the favorite porter meets all trains Large Wellllghtei Sample Room BD CARTERSuccessor Bruce Darter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connections midway Saloon COOD RICE Prors Finest wines whisky and beers wholesale dealers Lexingtons famous Illu c Grass fleer Case keg and bottled 0 Brent Southwood mixer Phone 86 Stan ford Ky Nice Home For Sale I Having decided to return to Somerset I otTer for sale privately my home on East Main Street In The residence le a sixroom cottage brand new bath room and all conveniences The lot contains about IK acres of land and the home li a most delightful one For further particu lars call on Or write mo at Somerset J Deck or Wm flock at Stanford HOTEL PROPERTY AND STAILE FOR SALE I I desire to sell privately my hotel proper ty and livery stable In Huston vlllo Build log can be need as hotel or private residence end Is well arranged for two families Sta ble has 20 stalls and Is In good repair Plen ty water at barn and hotel It house Is not posmsession on of barn It rented or sold separately on Nov 25 House and barn newly covered Ho tells In Graded School district For further particulars call on or address D S CARPENTER Huston vllle Ky J+ c+ MCCbMY UNDERTAKER EMBALMER And Dealoar In BABNESSsSADDLJBr ftO Stanford Ky J Le Beazley Ii Co Undortakers and- Embalmers 4UODIAL1EII FurnltnreMattlnJXsRugsThoy themea TANFOBD KENTUCKY a=The 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 workman i ship We carry the largest stock of Monuments Markers and Tablets of Marble and f Granite in Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS SON Lexington Ky DO YOU NEED A fountain Syringe Ji Household Syringe 7t 2oimizcrftulb If lio I have u NE Y STOCK to select from you know All Kubbcr Good deteriorate with age and iu order to get value received for your jnoney it is necessary to buy only Now Goods Wilt make you the lowest prices Will N Craig M D Pharmacist Phono No 13 i Stanford Kentucky IiI TO THE FARMERS f joil It is necessary to have hood fences to protect your crops Sri if you will call and sec us we can furnish you The American Fence the best woven fence on the market IVc- havejustaceeivel a oarload of this fence and willmake the price guit Call und see us W E Perkinsr t a Crab Orchard 1 Ky a RUBBLE L G Hubblolmo ahoats to M B Eubant8al4c M B Kubanks was la Lexington a few days this week Jamea Whlto told tome yearling hollers a few days BRO at 2c Wo are glad to note that J C Ku banks la able to bo out again A P Sloan laid some 100 pound ahoata to Eubanka Bubble at 4o Mrs Robert Sloan got her finger caught In a clothes wringer a few days ago and the end of It waa torn off John Underwood lost bta watch two years ago on his farm and when a color cd man found It the other day It was atlll running- R M Johnson the mining man who left hero some time ago made a flying trip to the mine last Tuesday He says he baa some parties In Louisville backlog him now- Bright Herring bought tbo borne place of 156 acres at his mother sale Thursday nt 65 The place la near the Iron bridge on the new Danville and Lancaster pike James Shackelford of Qedgevlllo la able to go to work again Wears glad to note that Ben Underwood la at home again In fine shape Mrs E B Mlllei la at homo again after a months visit to her eon Frank and other relative In Indiana Mrs Lee Ranklnlaon the sick list Miss Lovlaa Barris has been on the grip list but la better now Mra Jas Whlto was In Cincinnati a few daya ago toconault a physician urn O A Swlnebroad bee been quite sick for acv oral days Woolfolk Mary Leo and KllzaoothiGlvena and Sam Qarrla are attending school at Lancaster LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Direct Hal sold for 811000 Blue Grass seed for sale Extraqual Ity A W Carpenter Moreland Ky 4t FOR SALE 800 shocks of fodder with pasture to feed It on I 3 Tevla Shelby City Ky- Thirtythree horses sold at the doe log night of the Woodard sale at Ltx logton averaging 31- 0IAclcI want to buy a good booed young black jack Address with par tlcular Julius Koelllker London KV 2t There la ao little stir In stock trade aa to exclude the live atock trade tram quotations Bogs are selling occasion ally at 3 to 3c butcher cattle at lie to 31c and sheep at 1250 Somerset Jour nal The potato crop of 1904 beats record being 40000000 bushels more than the banner crop of 1890 The three years totals are 1002 234000000 bushels 1003 247000000 bushels 1004 332000 000 bushels 20 bushels for every ferns ly In the country What Will Be In Style Taffeta with a soft finish and In pinstripe effect bold first place among spring silks Jaunty little titled coats of all over embroidery will be worn with plain linen skirts Petticoats of changeable taffeta run nlog through several shades are to the fore again Molro silk more soft and supple than It used to be is a favored fabric for evening coats and gowns Bodices are tight and pointed and are much shirred In up and down lines Sick Headache This distressing ailment results from a disordered condition of the stomach All that ir needed to died a cure Is a dose or two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets In fact the attack may be ward ed oil or greatly lessened In severity fay taking a dote of these Tablets as soon as the first symptoms of an attack appear Sold by Lyue Bros Crab Orchard August W Macnen former bead of the free delivery system 01 the Postof floe surrendered to tbe United States marshal In Washington and was taicen to the penitentiary In Irons to serve a two years sentence for complicity In the corruption shown by the PostoHlce investigation Major John lpoa leading lawyer and former city attorney ol Hop loBvllle la dea- dSheriffs Sale For Taxes On Monday Feb 13th 1905 being the first day of the January term of the Lincoln county court I will between the hours of 9 oclock u and 4 oclock p in front of the courthouse door in Stanford Ky sell at public out cry to the highest and best bidder forcash in hand the following lists or much as will pay taxes costs and penalty As fast as payments are made the names will disappear The amount set opposite each name in chides per cent penalty and cost of ad vertising M S Baughman Sheriff STANFORD WIIITB Curtis P A 35 acres 4 05 Morris Fred lot 16 Co locker Jesse N R191 5 75 Russell P L N R nacre 3 Go t0ioRBD Bailey Thos 4t1 acres 5 45 Uurdette Josh six acres 5 20 Burdette Grant one acre 7 8S Carson Ucadly N R one acre 2 16 Cowan Goo four acres 5 70 Embry fiche town lot 3 00 Evans Dick three tracts J 35 Givens Kate ten acres 4 o5 Harris Waiter one acre 4 15 lays Will lot 4 15 Higgins Henry six acres 3 95 Hill Wyatt two tracts 9 05 Jickman Sam one acre 3 90 Jones Wm two lots S 15 Jones Belle lot J 50 Lee Sank N R one fourth acre 4 05 McMullen Jos L two one ttalf ac J O McMullen Wilson five acres 4 05 Rout Richard onehalf acre J 70 Rout Sam halt acre 3 75 Rout Dick Son three acres 2 10 Simpson Elias three acres 4 40 Watkins henry hat acre 3 O Wallace Tulers heirs lot J 55 Wilholt heirs 20 acres S 05 Wooda Shelby four acres 4 15 Young Margaret three acres J io CRAB ORCHARD WHITE Adams heirs 70 acres J oj Anderson John five acrefv 4 40 Daughterly Wm 46 acres 4 16 Gooch Mrs Matilda 32 acres 2 70 Haggard heirs So acres 2 85 Hasty Mrs Dell 23 acres 2 SS Hiatt A M two tracts 12 50 Hutchison J M 100 acres 16 00 Lewis O J 100 acres 5 65 Newman Gustavo 90 acres 5 05 Payne Jas L 47 acres 4 15 Smith Mrs Armina 130 acres 3 4D Smith Frank 30 acres 3 05 Stephens J H 25 acres 9 50 Taylor Jos L 40 acres 3 go Thompson W D 35 acres 3 05 Weaver W II So acres 4 65 Wilson ComoJore 34 acres 4 o5 Wren Stephen 60 acres 4 15 Holmes Mrs M 0 lot 2 So Rogers John 25 acres 3 90 CRAB OliailAKD COLORED Carson Sarah one acre 2 30 Curtis Wm ten acrus 8e Perkins Bob three quarler acre 4 40 Rice Mary one acre 2 so Smith J H 2t acres 2 SS Sutton Win five acres 3 90 Welch Rhoda one acre 2 W A YNFSIIUnGIIITt liastin S H 153 acres 7 75 Baugh IIP 22 acres 390 Baugh Silas A 32 acres 4 jA Byrd los fifty Beret 3 20 Carpenter Bros 136 acres S 40 Falk Goo L U9i acre 55 Faulkner H P90 acre Ii us Florence J H So acres 4 go Frailer R II 3 acres a6 Gooch Mrs M A 06 acres 3 40 Hale Jeff 6 acres 4 65 Holten Wm one acre 4 06 Horton John iJK aor es II 65 Johnson Mrs S Ii 30 acres 4 05 Leach Wm 25 sores 4 15 Mead L W 244 acres to 60 Moore David 15 acres 4 1o Morgan Sallie 23 acres 2 JO Morgan Wm too acres 15 Mulllns S S sat acre 4 oA Peterson Chas 40 ogre 636 Robinson Wm ten acre 3 90 Royston Jesse one acre 2 Bo Smith A 11 20 acre 4 45 Smith Prank 48 acres 4 us Smith Jas 100 acres 6 or Spalding J A 26 acres 3 75 Story H II 93 acres II 15 Brackler W M IN R 127 acres 3 Go Carmen Heiekiah 25 acres oa Martin Owens 75 acres 4 M Trusty Chns 4 acnu 520 Uplhoprqve J H IW ucros 4 40 Walls John P 25 uoros 4 05 Walls Mrs M L 24 nurses 2 80 Wnro W U 50 ncros 4 or Whlto T W 76 ncrui 400 Williams Hob 80 aoros 0 051 Wlnuhos Chus 157 nottw 0 IL Yociim KlllH 14 auras a 00 Young Clark lOt aoros 3 05 Young Sirs A JOO acros J 65 1VAVNSRUROCOL0RIID- Boone Mley 3 acres 2 35 Jones Iddio 20 acros I 35 Martin W J 65 acres J 80 IIUSTONJLrHWIIITI Akin Gooryo lot iO Burton A J lot 86fj Gresham J L lot 0 55 Harp W II 180 aoros 4 30 Lauck F Gs heirs 100 amos 4 OJ Lay Geo 2 acres I 40 MuConnack Mrs Luoy 25 acros 2 lili Moran Mrs Viola rut 4 95 Null Salllo lot 100304 8 00 Ioyton D II C lot 8 ro Wllchor Jerrys heirs 25 acres 2 30 Woods Joslo col1 aero 2 45 Young Huzoklah 10 acros- HUSTON 4 IJ5 VIMK COI nSil Alcorn Fannie ono acr 2 30 lialley Charles hay ddrr Ii 40 Bright Win 2 acros 4 jBrown Tom 11 acres C 35 Brown Mat lot Ii 20 Brown John ofcre 365 Burton David If acros 4 15 Clod John i e a iO Glvtns Andorsoii 2 acros Ii 40 Goads Cam 4 s 4 70 Lyons Martha hit 2 55 Musturson Nols n 2 acres 3 85 McKInnoy Oscar note 115 Morollintl Bopiacrc9 4 15 Morton Goorgl aoro 4 j5 Owens Willis aoros 4 00 Itnmsoy John Jot 4 16 Stcolo Charley lot I 15 Steiihonson Rrrisen i acre 00 Tried Mltchcjfl 1 aero 4 16 Wolcbd Jnme 2 autos 4 40 Cuter MargArct acres 100 pfnwlddtc Jli fns holrs 1J acres 4 00 First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock SSOOOOi This Institution was originally eiUbllihed as the Deposit lank of Stanford In 1851 then reorganised as tho National Dank of Stanford In 1865 and again reorganised as the First National Bask of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an unlnter rupted iiilslonco fur 41 years It Is better now with facilities for transact ingbusiness promptly and well than ever before In its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited e LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 1CAPITAL JOOOOO Directors Officers to The Partners Bank s11ANK8aJ H Owsley for 36 years We fa Shanks BANKOB w O Uooch WH Cummins WALKKRItw H Shanks Asit Qaihtif Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Company Stanford Ky Ne MM oxen ol iml l lioj In Irgi county MoISktllr Irons rebuts Ststwn on Iron Mountain rest Will Mil ot caching r r pn Irty In Uacolncountf- Xo Small farm Slacns tmllr Iron Mia ION Unuiiol faurjoo1 rooms bask porch and reranJ4 llooo1lrll IDol olbr wlldtns la jrs uliivitt ooOnuereroIn frultl treeDel 0 Inrrcttu- siloutbtattomwtatoaPPsalat bargain wd tall tioMil bargain Clow to and rhurcb Pries fa pr ore Un J aJjotnmt toM for and 111 Tbla law brclln No SA farm of 108 acre to Cuy ree5I r 0111 anton halfstory deJlln with ill room tooJ turn andothroutbuildings ditty sets In cultivation U arrrs In tlDlW Irult trace etc Iaya well on county read ea to ehrrebN- sehuoletc IMc onljr Ne 05IabBIts 4ealan4Ilmlraad Sae- s1In1MryeountyK ell Uur VIM Ctwka Irltatirvof Iht rcik of KtohKir rlf f FburTririorfiMl tsrtlBflo thlrkoM tram ae- lensllol IwttotU frt Utter navigable to lbe Month A rallioaJ It wfTernl l milesfuld pruerti tbt llmtwr akste Till pvrfrru Will Ml or zebaej un Mir II Ns eA eke twetorf ettht room IIIn HUBlonl lUs two bills rood situ UltbtDjnOCro No uBlI7 arm i4rnJt l Wurjrv lamlIn UnfolDfounijr Two itorr mow aluoo mklfor Henant bosses bern roam for over xa bud ol and all olbrr n wilMilMlop all In pelstanljnad la mltlratlon rut Is raM sal llnbrr err Ift uatt4ISUleocosonldsrnlesetc rrtnll IriNreaaouabls No il4I or land ono mllt front SeMnrl Krc llnMTenflda Forty sm la c IUta lion 40 arrra In slum haunt In tlwWr 1IU- lal contains Mien rooai Larphamandallsc euaryoslbutWmp Fenrt4sa did rellr WHIlt ltn StII No ItOacrMOf lind In Konl county Kaa ale mllu from rallroaj anti i inllM Iron Arianw- tnntelauIanJaoillncrait riser Isal acre of land tlver totlom la Tblilaod la ftr sat or xehng- eNo64AlarmofSMatrcIn Uncoln coauly Three good dwelling I good bUll olber oul building each bouM barn etc stout the cooler of 100 aer s All on county rnst ll mile from chunb school and poton n Lariwtll ant wtll watered ThiI Aosl ycw MIM aril wvuU salt two or tbrt famlllre Inat ought want to come from the aatee nelgbborboud lrk rejuonabi No faIR dwelling of all rooms two ball n nodstr well at door and all olner nnmiarr oulbullillnc Alp largo MMViMlth shot rGI and llied lull length of shop abd 10 1111 Thlapropertr wilt U sold at a rary low r- lNuIIA farm of in acre four mile frem KUn best tko In the eoanltwall watered lenrlnignod dwelling necrwarr- oulbulldinga A apleoilM Mua grat rroi and only W minute drift from countyxaty l wnrr nl tine Ibla has recently refuted t 1 Mr iarwsdlolmngrthisat5x7w- No iliriy serco near Pleasant Paint Ky Frame house i mow and Porch Barn and other outbuilding barrMln culllratlon tNt In tim ber Well witued yards from mtolOcvachool and on elks and In good com munity lfriesIGSO NolP IOUrinn yj tulle or Crab OrchuJ Ky Urlck dwelling a room two tenant houtra two barns well and rlng near dwelling Finer In high slate ol cullliatlon lO tens river bottom land good fencing fruit etr Irlw IS7W an sr it IllghlinJ Kwelllmprove- iwetlwateredetc Irkelroo t6eacieol Union Jamestown roil south of DunnvlWe coo acres cultivation about t acres In umber and rest In grass large new frame dwell ing alto an oM dwelling on place A new barn anJ two oU ones It is well watered anJ the fencing U good On public rod Irke IJCXK Also a 50 barrel mill In Mercer county Ky on salt Hlver Steam power now up odute In every particular and good dwell ing with Improvements 20 acres of line land close to Southern railroad Price fll 7060 acres of land rear Junction Cllytut In aerea fieldi U acres In rulUYlltoOjrUlln gnus nice young orchard and liar tan In Ktnlurk Tarty told 2 pound III goofCloseroom frame dwelling etc all In Kootl repair Trice 3W Also 11 acres of Florida land In Mann vlllo On railroad trot through place leaving 3 acres on ono side with 3story 5 room house and orange poaches cars plums grapes all bearing and 0 acres bn eldo with 0 room onontory house anges peaches pears plume grapes boar Ing All fur 22000 or tho 0 acres for 51800 and the S acres for 11100 A Ilullltt county Ky farm of 100 iicres with good 2ntory house metal roof barns water etc 110 acres of timber that will makes ties staves barrel timber Oround will grew wheat corn tobacco etc oniy f2000 cash IJaco line fruit triM 171 acres M mllo Junction llullllt county Ky 120 acres ciiltlrntrd balance In timber good three room house with hull now log barn smoku house wood house line well good springs and running water two orchards three room tvnaut house Is II beautiful farm end productive cheap for 83600 2000 cull balance In one two three years 122 acres three miles of Wllllsburg Wash ington county ly110acrecultivated iicres timber cistern orchard IX story six room frame house veranda cellar barn cribs wood house moke house lion house school on tin farm Thllall good farm worth the money 57600 8150 crash balance one andtwo years I c OffJoer3I 1 1100KKH Prest 8 T UAIIKH V free L J MoKOllRUTS Ohr W U WKAUKNAsstOhr Directors F Iteld Danville T Harris IIlanfordLJ locker K L Tanner McKlnney M U Klmor Stanford II Stanford T I11111 Stanford Jaa llobluson tubule J II llauchman Stanford J 1ettua Stanford Ed Carter Stanford STOCK Successors 8 H u iwioiiTGMhlsf J Title n llurdntown staysixwon kllu ktltbrn and family room Ouod turn It and all necessary oulbulldlDi Pco well torN sod Ingoolrrpalrn noealso rol frtO and U whole merely lVJ4rl- rNolICrltl MW we only uk lno for Iks ot Illarmln Cawy countr Two story fra d 4Ilnf two rood Urn anJ Olbot outlwlldlof In d ttotmdld lobar land and In rood community barcaln it fAU No rirpi flU axes In tao county new Ie story I ruom fns aIHlln and 4- 4dwelltsgtolair t HlitlMi Ittrn andulbetout betiding OH county read i4tolU loUtro land well lnd two wells ipftif He This li s sir straW b wi 1rkIIIIII Waynberg1weillapand 1Id1trt IB rm1 repair froJucUT oae aod In gw1athtorbooieleN to xbool rooI good collar and 2- taxelast seecfanlawellasapriagc lenls placeIdowtoteenIbpNo Two lorr Irawedwellisgyrooms boatandnaIs llvoa garden toeing mil bo rood r Mlr tal or rent rrlew reasonable No 50 r rurof armllualed near King i Till Kr M axes In niltlMlUn nin kmterret lniraM well wirrr two raoil Urn and olhe welusgresaruulyschool putoOVrc iml C depot Ireiwrtr UK dtublarr I tar2leOorsoacteloofnetIthan altpurraa rr This II ftrtallll bp prorl7INo It ilelllog 0f4 nom with 30 acre lard In MoftlinJ Uootl turi sal par outMilld loge 2 wriuin yard alLslld orchard and z arm is olenlrrotitNotkulanaldnsCLnlnl krntitckr Real IJUU hx shangA TltUOi WntoburJKrnever fdllog sprtnf Prim No JUM sad IT servo of land In MtKln sntlnt1fUOIIndt jiostory IIdunfw1t waterrd icuod Ihe ol uArvlc Kkoo and rhurtbf ThlsMIScnbi bets 4 lrii rraiooall 0IrgalrlrkeNo 70Tee arrr of land two tory treat rot- tag srll rests halla etc loose It new a goof raHeoand Nendld orebardol 1 rrpa enring good two staWalbrgg bone cowl house etc gund ws IbtrII afro a good lull oo the pta a 5 olrIn mill It is run by nst unIIWl wrc which It a great etonmay and lb dmllBgond re alr Wilt wll ibeprvperty at a low ague s leaMilt No Is Prams hotel largo room doubla reran dat hallway Kte A large story toreroom ronllllft1O Iret Irom hetsi up stain tulla t eln collage nicely furnished papered and painted Toms sod reranda path A on aam lot ud U liver table tkawi byfeetmoneyIvprtetor r month On account of health olbl wife reason fur telling proprietor dealrc to eachangs for farm In ldnto n county Ickllchngarden Prl54 7eA of acres of goal land loraifedclOMtotown TilrettlM 324 acres In Allen County Ky on rail road and pike about acres cultivatedrabout Ill In timber and grass about 150 in grass Timber on place Is cut to sitingleethe place twice over A large part Is tune ed There are tour dwellings of room each and one store of two stories with rooms above has wells load springs of water Is In 2 miles of county teat avid grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 2200 Onehalf cash countyIy t built years ago Steam and water power uptomeal bolt The engine Is of 7 years runt II acres with the mill Including what Is with tho house of 8 rooms All for JO 350 or 15 900 for tho mill and 14 acres Otto half cash lute line trade No mill In 10 tnlltw olnlrrlThffejrr itunlll for profitable Investment as the MIII llppi Delta which Is now filly described III Vro perlty Valley The timber Is lemming more f peoplefromdlmlnljlilnc are constantly Increasing their pur chases el timber land the South When the llm her Is removed the land Is unequaled for nl rurpo es It will produce a bale of acre or will crow any other kind of crop alrleullufthe temperate zone The toll need no RIves a yield whlchcannot be excelleJ Ih title Is perfect and the man who buys ItvlJtJIn per acre sccorJInjc to location tic We ire authorized by thr company who owns these lands tute that as other parties are considering the of these tail that we Oder these tracts sub furfhll sale withdrawal from market or change wlthonl notice However when notified they will hold any tract out of market long enough AtntutI400parIcuors f ti