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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL il I VOL xxxii STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 14 1905 3PM NO 102 I CHURCH MATTERS I 4IThe First ConKrtktlonul church of Marietta 0 war destroyed by Qru The Southern Hallway has Riven a site of ground end 115000 forarallroad Y MO A a Spencer N Q1o Cumberland Presbyterian Sundays aohooU Nava given lUllO more for Mex- Ican rtlailoti Ichooli thus year than Jail year sTho Central Presbyterian church Ga tupporti the mlMlonary who converted Gen Oku and Admiral Togo of Japan- American tnlolonary 9clotle gave latt year 78070925 Urltlih oolelle 17025 OSO American converts wore 60 100 Urltlih convert 20624 In foreign land The oniotal organ of the Cumberland 1re byturlan8 rearoU the decrease of Infant baptlim With 180000 comrau nlcantt aid 1600 ralnlitor last year there wore 6010 adult and only 15SO Infant baptism It take 14 pages ot the Jewish Year Hook to irlvo tho Hit ot Rifts and be quesU to churltloi The oldes Jowlih Wldowe and Orphans Bomowafound cfl In 1864 at New Orleans New York I860 Cleveland 18AS and Sac Franoii co 1371 Rev Dr C Wheeler reports the 4eot of converts In foreign lands by the follOwi Norchurobc vary as thorn Uaptlit tIJOt Southern UaptUt H21 CongregallonaUti 1120 Ircibv tcrlan 3304 Christian Alliance S74 I2S2 KpUcoptllaoi 1083 IMeLhodlt gct revival In Loultvllle history opened lat night with icrvlcc In 10 dlitrlcti Simultaneously the crusade started In New Albany and JefTorionvllle Tbo put week has been devoted to preliminary work and the convarpreacheitoni will bo scoured tothe two that the nicotine will continue Tho Children v A babyweight at five month eboul4 bo double its weight at birth Tell your children white lies and they will soon hand you back the other color IJabyi food should always bo admin- Istered at regular hours to avoid lodl aeUOdISpray tbo children occa t sionally with a very weak lolutlon ot carbolic acid and watcrIA little application of the old fash loved maxim about the wlidom of RO lOll to bed early mlcbt do nRrcat deal e to solve the problem ot the city child ncrvoiuooM v When baby pull at his rare or cry nharply and prciici bls heal against hit mother let her beware 61 earache acommon but dangerous complaint In very young children Philadelphia Record A European icIentUVdeclare tbatour 1 mille- Cootalal a llitlo germ that make It t give The ecret ol eternal youth which sages I long have sought And to drink ii alt wo have to do live This may not beInfalliblqbpthdree a rant that U r To make life glad and Rood from hour to hour i Do unto ono another lnsn ply to keep tbo milk Ot human kindness from becoming tscut Ellllo James In Judge t l A little dish of broken Ice Lay basking In the sun Its owner bad forgotten It Before her work was done Out when the went to get the Ice And bring It In to tea f She found tbo Ice wag not what It Had been cracked up to bo Puck Two hearts that betas one may rt con clio Toe thought that pleasures cup still overbrims For generally ono beats to ragtime v while The other heart seems but attuned to hymns q Tho trolley car conductor was In a philosophical mood We should all proflt by our mUtakft hoild ca pcolally when we makq mlitakCB In Blvlncchttoire L t Wlgc BlutTera posca as u hostler doesnt he WalltWolI ycshes always energetic In reaching a conclu sldn that something ought tobo done i Life always bee eumq horrid clog To trip a fellow up Its bard to bo a gay gay dog On tbo Income of a pup The difference between marrying for love and marrying for money is elmply the difference between Cupid and cu pidityasSixteen families were burned out of li a New York tenement house s Aots SOMERSET Chief Dispatcher Kmbry it In Wle consin Ben Waddle was In Cincinnati SaturdayTho people et Joyed a dance Ore Thursday night about Iii couples bO Ice rllllcnttIt you want lo see a pool play duet fall to see liveryman at the Oem on Wednesday evening Wbllo Improvements are going onb bow about cleaning ui the debris In front ot the postolllce Ueo Waddle has been appointed item tbo high School ov Coy Beck ham to attend the Inaugural addpes at Washington March 1 Tho Somerset Pastime Club electrd the following olllnors Tuesday Ed Morrow president It II BartoUa vice president T U Trlmblo secretary J M Uobardson treasurer Oscar Moore the popular salesman for John P Morton 1 Co was here Saturday and Sunday Otear always make It a point to hit here on Sunday so as to see hU friends and friend The Sotltb Somerset Sun a weekly newapsper published by Uoone Bate made Ira appearance Saturday This makes five newspapers jnr Somerset The saying tha there Is always room for oao more wont go this time May the bus shine brightly Order have been received br Super ed Intandent Magulro from General Man agar Garret of the Southern to bavo 600 laborers with proper foremen ready In for work March lit on the proposed Sumeriol shop Thus Is good now for our oily and tho people should prepare to for the thousands that this will bring The first thing U a street car line from North tn the South end This will hate to be done to get the South end trade Great Is the future of the Queen City of the Mountain MATRIMONIAL Nathan Qarlow way arrested at Lex ington on the charge ot bigamy HP Is said to have three wlvee Robert II Cravens of Ilussell coun lv and Miss Sara Wilkinson daughter o Drew Wilkinson of Casey were married last week Although Friday evening was cold and disagreeable It did not deter Eden Gooch and Miss Mine Rowland a young couple from Klngsvllle Lincoln coun tywho drove to DanTllle and were married Advocate Miss Sadie Martin the pretty daugh tor of Mr Silas H Martin ono of Rock castles beet and most substantial moo was married litl week to Jno Moore of Whites Station Madison county a Rev McGarvey of Richmond olllol ated J Harvey Dunn one of the cleverest gentlemen In the State and a prominent merchant ot Drodhcad was mar tied at Knoxvlllo to Miss Iva Edwards Ii belle of that city We extend hearty congratulations and best wishes to the popular groom and his beautiful bride Miss Naonio Cartnlca the youngest daughter of Rev and Mrs J 0 Car mloal and J Q HUll wore rrled at Ibe home of the bride Rev Oder of the Christian oburob officiating Ml Vernon Signal The bride Is a sister of bits Kitty Smith who basa nura bit of friends beru W M Uyslnger a prosperous larmI er and stdok dealer of Rockcastle and Miss Grace Roberts a popular lady of Drod bud were married at Charles Oahns In the Km Hod yesterday The I J joins the host offrlenda tlfI the happy couple In wishing them all the good things that can come their wayTteTttltsttte8uralY wood chucks predictions aro correct Qalte a number In speaking ot snow refer to It as the beautiful How about It now Mrs W H Sebastian who has been sick for some time Improves slow ly Grip seems the order ot the day as quito a number of families In this section aro down with the dreaded oial ady Rev A J Pike of Brodbead hat been called as pastor of Freedom church for another year It A fleas Ian of Paint Lick has bought a great deal of tobacco la this locality paying satisfactory prices Ten cents seems to bo tbo ruling figure Hurt Est have not been able lo start their Alls tlllery on account of lack of water M F Bolar has sold his farm to Charles Cotton at tilo Wo regret to give Mr Bolar and family up and can conscientiously recommendihemtotbo best peo plo wherever they may go Dr Amon IIpae sold bIll arm at 35 and has moved hit family to Lancaster k Whooping cough lecaucausing many deaths In parts of Warren county Rev Flddlo D DComo up next Sunday and hear mo preach my farewell sermon Mr Brown I will with pleasure Jourholl1ot by Lynn urns Crib Orchard t NEWS NOTES James H Wilson aged 05 U dead at Dan villa 233 Crossed wires at Chicago caused a toes ot UOOOOO Several steamboats were damaged by Ice gorge at Maysvllle In Tho United StatesJapanese arbitration treaty hee been signed Puhllo schools at Southland have closed because of small pox iTbe Baltimore kOblo rallroedsb peat Ohio wore destroyed by Ore Willis Bailey a millionaire oljnei vllle Ohio died updor tbo surgeons knife At Bes emor Ala Mrs Rosa Herring was Indicted for the murderof her busbacdINegotiations were completed for the purcbau of a sltofor a union depot at Lexington The freight depot at Glasgow was destroyed by tiro the loss being estimated at 110000 While Mr and Mrs Guy Brlggs were visiting in Lexington their Frankfort home was destroyed President Roosevelt will deliver p spsech at the Lincoln birthday cere bration In New York City Because of icicles on the cables and trestles the Brooklyn bridge was Oloi Saturday to foot passengers Col Robert WloklllTc Wooloy veteran lawyer and writer died at his homo Louisville alter a long lilacs About 1000 olllcer lo Porto Rico cluding police teacher and clerks are S bo taken Into the civil service Rufus Sharp a young farmer of Bourbon county died from swallowing nails screws and pins with suicidal Intent Notice has been Issued at Annapolis that naval cadets of other than the first class who are caught smoking will bo dlsmlaied Alexander Ferguson died at his homo at Alexandria lad at the age of 110 years Be bad resided In the United States 100 years An lea gorceabove Cincinnati broke sent one steamer to the bottom and swept another steamer and 10 coal barges downline river Henry Brandenburg charged with killing Henry Lynch In Owsley county four years ago has just had his examining trial and was held In iiOOO The Casino Theatre one of tbo most historic of the New York playhouses and the scene of the production ot ma ny famous light Olleras badly damaged by Ore The L 1 N C k O and L C B Railroads have closed negotiations for union dcj0i at Lexington on the old Auditorium grounds nearly opposite tbo poMoHlco The Battle House at Mobile Ala was destroyed by tire Sunday night causing a loss of 1250000 The 147 guests made their escape many of them In their night clothes While the West is In the throws of a a bllrird the South merging from a week ot Ico and sleet Is now confront ed with overlldwed streams duo to ex coi 9lvo rains and molting snows Katbutlaim has been awakened In Russia by the Curs Indorsement of the scheme for a revival of the Xsnuky Labor The Airlklnjr workmen remain but the police oootlpuo to make arrests The Standard 011 Co has curtailed Ira output In the Kansas Held by laying oft 000 men Indefinitely This action Is said to be the result of antagonistic measures recently passed by the Kan sas Legislature Andrew Carnegie announced that he would go to Cleveland to testify against Mrs Casilo L Chadwlck who Is under arrest charged with obtaining largo amounts ot money on alleged securities bearing Mr Carneglea name The disease of which Gen Lew Wal Ittca1 Is slowly dying at his Crawford vllle lad home le now known to be cancer of the stomach though he has not been Informed of the fact Life Is sustained entirely by stimulants The worst blizzard the West has ex perlonced In years swooped down upon that section Sunday and loss of much live stock resulted In several cases persons died from exposure Railroad trafllc was impeded At Concordia Kaa the thermometer registered 22do grcqfl bolow zero John H Kirby called the lumber king of Texas was indicted by a Texas grand jury on a charge of bribery by Warren Moore a district attorney Ho is alleged to have paid Moore 12000 to secure the dismissal of acase against- the Kirby Lumber Co for violation pI the Texas antitrust law Moore was also Indicted While temporarily Insane Jas Ha tee a farmer living near Marshall 0 T murdered his wife and daughter Maud attempted to kill his son Lawl renco who escaped set lire to the house and literally blew his own head off with a shotgun The house wee destroyed and the bodies burned toa orlp before neighbors could arrive 3 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Ploevllle went dry by a vote of to Taylor By erly aged 73 Is dead In Barbourvllle The widow of William Garrett died Danvlllo yceterdavI Miss Millie Parman aged 17 died of appendicitis In Laurel Judge Peter C Walker died at his home In Ltwrcnceburg Mrs Eliza Upltzclaw who was badly burned at her home In Danvllln some dave ago died or r Irjules Tbo First National BanKof Manchecj tar has been authorized to begin bust ntwlth 25 000 capital James R White president D L Walker cash ler Oil operations In the Kentuok Ten Deuce fluid the pt week were UP to expectations There were nine coat ptcilono Five strikes were made In Wayne county alones J T Cecil a horseman of Danville was lined t50 and costs In Magistrate Oldbams court at Lexington for as sack on liettlo WIUoo Besides Ks qre Oldham held Cecil on a peace of IOOO Our walking saloons bleb OOVl numb r about a dozen are the only business enterprises which have not been injured by the cold weather If anything their business has been Ancreas ed IFiemloilioman i11beenI were semen ccd for four years from Rockcastle bcakln Into a car at Livingston rori In the Laurclclrcult court Virgil Smith of Somerset Ipeclal judge lathe case of Sarah R porting against the late Congressman Vincent Bore logs estate rendered a judgment In favor of the plaintiff for 12090 for all moos Georgetown was the victor In the Annual Ii tercollegla e Declamatory Con which wits held at Georgetown Fri day evening Porter Dies of Bowling Ureen representing that Institution bolng the winner His subject was The Soul of the Violin While digging a grave In Merer In which to bury the remains ot J H Champion the workmen struck an Im mense rock which was removed after several hours work Under the stone they found the skeleton of a man which was probably burled there over 100 years ago I A Whltloy county jury returned a verdict of gully and Mfb sentence against Mat Earles for the murder of George Curd Curd was shot from a log cabin and Emma Durham was kill ed bo the inside and the house burned The evidence In the case was entirely circumstantial Ono of the highest salaried offices under the Panama Canal Commission has boon given to Robert R West says Washington dtopatoh Ho has been appointed auditor ot the Canal Com mission at n salary qf IIOOOa year and will leave shortly for Panamato begin the dlsobareopt hie duties Mr West Is a native of Garrard county and once corresponded for this paper from Lao caster Gen Edward F Jones soldier states man manufacturer of aca esand ex Lieutenant Goverdor of New York made fatuous by using the phrase Jones be pays the Irellrbtlp adver ttslcig bit wares Islbllnd a fid 77 years of age Be has taken up knitting ot merely for the purpose of wblllng away his time but that his restless spirit and energy may bo satisfied and that other unfortunate blind persons like himself maybe helped In tbelr iflllc tlon A year ago he finished writing a novel using a typewriter for the blind He lives In Binghamton All school children of that city who need glasses are supplied at the Generals expense Chamberlains Cough Remedy The Mothers Favorite Tho soothing and healing properties of this remedy Up ploasanttaste and prompt and permanent cure have made It A fa vorito with people everywhere Il is es- pecIally prized by mothers of small chlld ten for Cdlds croup and whooping cough as it always adonis quick relief and ad contains no opium or other harmful drug it may lie given as confidently to a baby II loan adult For sale by Lyno Xros Crab Orchanl Mr Strucklla Id like to git Into this hero college endowment game Mr Hoorltch=Wolf why dont ye Mr Struoklle Blleve I will BV llevp rilKlvo 1100000 to this here Electoral College to start with It seems to be a worthy Instltootlon W S Taylor may go acquit In Del Moines but there la a well grounded belief that his gulUcoulil be proven tn Kentucky and that The now under sentence in heaven Louisville Times Pica tvlfaattle Wash destroyed an elght story building valued at ItOOOOOi New Store Clearance Sale i Ifuonlor to make room for our Spring stock which s will 10 corning in shortly we have decided to cut down the I RIGS of our stock of t Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Caps 4 sits v Ladles Cloaks Jackets Skirts and Ladies and f i Kuriiisliings To be appreciated you must vcntiIgains we are ollbring to you therefore we invite como see and ho convinced ot the Ktrgains Dont miss the opportunity of seeing our goons before you buy el cwhere I f 1 erassoo SAM ROBINSON j Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bart 1 STANFORD KYa Theyre All Interested in our list of GoodThings for the Table 1 Such as Ilciu Apple Butter Mince Meat Preserves I Maple Syrup Pun Cake Flour I Dried Fruit Chnse it Sunburns fee CofIJack Rout Bourne Good Edward Woodson SalesmenJW H STANFORD KY e O 0t1 301 1 his Season t wrsstsi- iHave you tlmuglif this The cost of Chinin6ys Grates lanteld Hearths will put you ill a Patric lour ll1cc warn our houso pit over nod save fuJiAl furnaeo will save trpubli lUll cxpatiEea eatisod from hurdled pipes to amount to some hing in a few cold winters Think how cleanf no1 ashes III cal no kindling in your rooms Consult the tinner S H ALDRIDGEi Phone 118 Depot St Stanford Ky t Romeo and I Juliet IBya Strong Company at t + 11 alto ns 41era Coase Stanford Tuesday March 7th Buy your Drugs Stationery Etc during 1905 of WeB MGRoberis DRUGoIoT And Save Money TRADE WITH McCORMACK PEACOCK HUSTorfvfLL KENTUCKY f fit tf THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON GEN NKLSON A MILES the retired head of tho U S army who was roo cently appointed Adjutant General of Massachusetts causing Congress to question the right of a retired ofllcer to draw other salary than that allowed by x the government finds that the charge that he put President Jefferson Davis- In Lyons while he had him In custody at Fortress Monroe and otherwise cruel ly treated him rises on all occasions like a veritable Neraeala to haunt him In reply to the charge be says he wal- only acting under the orders of higher authorities and not for the purpose of humiliating the people of the South through their beloved leader Rev J William Jones who was Stonewall Jacksons chaplain and who Is now Chaplain General of the United Confederate Veterans denies the state ment however and says that General Mlles acted on hll own responsibility moved by eplte and cruelty and that Secretary of War Stanton reproved Miles after ordering the Confederate Cbloltan unfettered Mr Jones adds that on a visit to Mr Davis home at Beauvolr Mist not long before hedled t that gentlemaneeverely arraigned Gen Mllee and laId he had written an aril cje for a Northern paper forlithe pur pose of banding down the miserable creature Mites to Immortal Infamy The South feels as did Mr Davis about the matter and that IB why the snub 4bangof Miles bv President Roosevelt and hls attempt to get himself conch ered a presidential possibility met with no rtrltlclem or response from tbo people who notwithstanding the errors of judgment that he might have madeI love and venerate the memory of Jefferson Davis TUB hanging of Mayor McCue of CbarlottBvllle shows that In Virginia at least there Is not one law for tho rich man and another for the poor Every effort that money ad shrewd lawyers could Invent was used to save him from the gallows but without avail and ho went to death at sunrise Friday confessing the guilt he had de nied almost to his last breath Be killed his wife in a most horrible manner and for B time made the people believe U was done by a burglar but murder came out as usual and be was convicted on circumstantial evidence Had he not confessed many sentimentalists would have believed him Innocent but experience shows that juries nearly al ways err on the side of mercy and these cases are rare of wrong conviction The execution of this man of money and Influence Is a triumph of the law and his confession Is a vlndlcatfon ol the courts J FRANK HANIY republican gov ernor of Indiana Is a teetotaler nevi enters a saloon does not use tobacco Is a pillar in the Methodist church and teaches In the Sunday school But what will all this avail If ho perjure himself In falling to give UP the men who con spired In the bloody tragedy which rob- bedl Kentucky of a statesman and cut short the career of a man who always fought for the cause of the great com mono peopled As a gentleman as a l Christian and as the States executive be owes It to Its good name to see that assassins are no longer harbored bylaw In Indiana IT Is more thefn probable that the House will defeat the Senate Statehood bill admitting Oklahoma and the Indian Territory as one State and Now Mexico as another leaving Arizona with 7000 square miles of Ite present area cut off to Utah and that the Senate will retaliate by defeating the bill glv Ing the United States Commerce Com mission the power to flx railroad rate which recently parsed by a practical ly unanimous vote of both parties This eoeeaw business Is unworthy of such high deliberative bodies r IT Is announced that Cortelyou Is to be made Postmaster General Cortel you managed Roosevelts campaign at his direction and It Is said bled the trusts right and left but as the man In the saddle called Candidate Parker a liar In seven different ways when he made the assertion we hesitate to re- peatF it All the same Cortelyou gets his reward Tilt Chicago packers bought 45 u00COqi eggs at 15 cents and cornered Eggs are now In active demand In the Windy City at 30 cents a I5 dor and the soulless concern stands to clear 1250000 If the people would do without eggs and let the stock rot on their hands It would serve them right RRVAN couldnt get Into the White House except by calling on Roosevelt aDd now some of his warmest support ere are saying things about him more profane and pointed than polite be cause be mixed with the poor white trash who et with a Nigger THE president has Just appointed a man deputy because be has a record of having killed 20 men If this Ito bo the recommendation Breathltt county can keep up the supply of mar ball for many years to com- eS f i THE socalled attlJavll of Motes Felt nor published In certain papers last Sunday with the hope of Influencing the court of appeals against the lIar Riles while Intensely Interesting and if true a burning and crying disgrace ugon all concerned reads too mucbllke a carefully prepared statement by a shrewd lawyer who wants to win his case right or wrong to carry that weight It might otherwise carry Tho only evidence that Moses had anj thing to do with the document Is that once or twice I taken appears for I took The Harglses may be and doubtless are guilty of many crimes and other sins but the character of the witnesses agalnit them lit not calculat ed to Impress the public With the truth of their statements Feltner confesses himself a murderer and as a COO spira tor of assassination and like the dU credited Capt Ewen his atlldavlt prepared by moo who are bent on de stroylegthe Hargisc twill be taken with u very largo grain of salt THK course of Editor R W Knott of the Louisville Pat has not been sucb as to commend him to democrats es pecially but all farmlnded men will wish him safe deliverance from the criminal libel suit Induced by an alleged disreputable saloonlsU The good people of the Fells City should support Mr Knott In his fight for moral lmJ provement POLITICAL t The House of the Idaho Legislature has pasted a Senate bill providing for tines and Imprisonment for polygamy and adultery There is reported to be a eerloui breach between the administration and the Senate over the latters seeming purpose to amend and perhaps kill the arbitration treaties Senator McCrearys bill for the lief of Madison connty and giving tho court ol claims the right to adjudicate the claim was passed by the Senate The Impression exists In Washington that the president has lessened his In fluence by attempting to dictate to tbo Senate and by further exposing his de sire for a one man power The Senate this week will be occu pled with the Swayno impeachment trial aodnl Intervening times tbe BP proplatlon bills The House will take up the Naval Appropriation bill which will be debated at length- The membere of the Cabinet have all tendered their resignations and on the 6th of March they will all be nominated for reappointment with tne excep Lion of Mr Wynne who is to be ape pointed Consul General at London Mr Cortelyou will be nominated March for Postmaster General- Representative Louis Leglcr of Evansville Ind is In grave danger from the vengeance of some gentlemen of color for his life has been threaten ed says an Indianapolis dispatch Mr Legler Is the authorof the bill to es tablish crematories in certain cities and some of the colored people have constructed the measure to mean that It will legalize the burning of Negroes possibly at tbe stake They are aroused over It and say they will have none of It Gov Decknam has appointed the following gentlemen members of the State Board of Equalization or the ensuing year First district H F Oliver Fulton Second district Ab G Rbea Rue sellyllle Third district F J Campbell Somerset Fourth district Dr J P Steadraan Louisville Fifth district M J Meagher Frankfort Sixth dls trlct R T Hart FJemlngjburg Seventh district Henry Cox West Llber ty They meet Feb 28 being tbe date of tbe annual assessments Within the put few days Kentucky republicans who are opposed to the ap pointment of J Sherman Cooper as collector have kept tbe wires and malls to the White House hot with protests eaye a Washlngtondlspatcb Among the strongest are from pulaski and the 11th district republicans It Is charged that Cooper did not turn over his band for tbe National republican ticket while it la pointed out that Judge Denton was not only a delegate to the Chicago con ventlon but worked In and out ofeea son for Roosevelt The Senate byan overwhelming ma jority amended the arbitration treaties by Inserting tbe word treaty In place- agreement In tbe original draft and ratified them as amended This was done over tbe protest of the presi dent In a letter written by him to Senator Cullom which was read to the Senate The president In his letter declared that tbe amendment proposed would be a step backward There was considerable criticism by the Sen ators of the presidents attitude as bor dering on an attempt atueurpatlon Agonizing Burns Arc instantly relieved and perfectly heals by Bucklen Arnica Salve C lily enbark Jr of Norfolk Va writes I burnt my knee so dreadfully that it bile tered it all over Bucklene Arnica Salvo stopped tbe pain and healed It without a scar Alto heals all wounds and sores 25c at Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyne Broe Crab Orchard Artist How old lire you ModelIve seen 10 summer- sAr9etI presume youye lived In the tropics most of your life PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST GERMS People With Weak Stomachs Most Liable to Catch Dis ease When the stomach and digestive orgnca are weak the food does not dlg st and there Is a sour slimy fermenting mass making It an Ideal spot for the disease germs to multiply The only way to pro tact yourself agalD disease germs Is to strengthen the ttoumch and digestive or gins and 511 o na is the only agent so tar as Is known that will accomplttli thisThe ordinary medicine tbat Is taken for Indigestion and stomach troubles la advertised to act upon the food alone and hence can give no more Jhan temporary relief Jlio na Is a certain cute lu all cases of stomach troubles except sauce because it enables flic stomach and di gcstlve organs to ant in the way Nature Intended they should Drugs cannot di gest the food they simply decompose it If you cutler with tlistrtjn alter eating pains in the Load chest sides and bass belching of gates and undigested food bid taste in the mouth dizziness or veitl go heartburn variable appetite sick headaches spots before the cyrs and have a general feeling of despondency weakness and debility you should at once strengthen the stomach and diges tive system by time use of MI ona There is no liquid no itlcoholno spoonful dos ee with Mlo na Just one simple tablet out of a 60cent box before eating and your stomach will soon become so strong and healthy that you will be germ proof Ask Penny to show you the guarantee under which bucolic Mlo na costs noth ing unless curesHer Address Mis Pretty Girl of Prettvvtlle Tbe simple superscription said Quite plain and yet with all his skill Postmaster Cupid shook hls head Be searched the napi of all the States Tbe numbers ttredtn of every town Domestic foreign postage rates And got his great red census down A last aUSyto no avail Be cried Ill simply underline And shunting it with all the mall Commecid It to St Valentine Released the IlttleJellow pew Sim Val divined with bait an eye Tbat Pretty Girl meant simply Lou And Pretty vlllo of course Ky Mary Hope Cross Yet saidtoe struggling poet this time a year ago I had to live two weeks on 60 cents Out times are brighter with you now asked tbe enthusiastic student of music O yes Now I only have to rocks cents last a week NOTICEI I am now ready to let contracts for tho Ditching ot Turnpike In this county This Jan 95 1K08 A 0 DUNN dujiT JACK SALE I Fox Si Logan will hold their annual Jack tale at Dunrllle Thursday March 3 1005 Open for entries They held ai good a ack sale last Tear as was ever held In the Uni ted Stater SLUE GRASS NURSERIES SPRING 1005 Tree by the million Fruit and Simile Small Fruits Orapo Vine 81 rubs Aspara gus Ithnparb and everything ordluarlly found atsuch an establishment We sell to thef dlroct and have no agents Tree and StrawnerryCatalogue on application to BOX- Lexington Ky Qa yi Traylor DKALfR lit WtilsKn Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc KYFossPrompt and collt attention Nothing but the be i a drink Mal phone cr telegraph ordirs r lvs prompt attention R B Mtiofly Insurance fluent Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners counties iVncoln and Oasey who may be seeking in surance against lire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Com panics represented and the low eat possible rates are guaranteed Phone s- 2tanford Kentucky EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR Having been in tho Tailoring business all my life I feel confident in saying I represent one of tile beet tailoring firms in the country With my experience in taking measure and dlrectons I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory as my many patrons in this line will bear me out My prlcna are the same as Inex- lerlenced men who aro in tbe business also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and other aultlngb I will cut and make If you desire at a moderate price Thank- Ing you for past favors I am yours H C RUPLEY the Tailor I I +ft PEW LEFT +It fli It H HHHHH + + + This is an opportunity you should accept The goods are perfect Not old style shopworn but fresh new goods A few siz es left r ford to misslcw t A Hocker Bootee at4 Railroad Boot at 3 JOut Honest Mike Boot 275 e i r I Heavy Canton Drawers 25fert t Light Canton Drawers 15cr r Heavy Fleeced Undershirts 38c ts Med 1urnI c 0 Drawers to Match t Stiff bosom shirts sizes 14 12 to 17 50c and goods whats left go at 35c Remember these prices are CASH H J MROBERTS STANFORDI I PARKERS HAIR BALSAM 1ttM i ana bruur t W bets r lutti a lau1 Mar ever rails to ItMtorfi 71 II ir to in Youthful Color 1LOja4 R A JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky Cameo In flyers Hume Parlor Phono fit E D Peyton DKALKIl IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford m J H BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBUE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Halts Call on at on Depot Street Alto Dealers In Coal To The Ladies I have lust opened a Dress Slaking es tablishment at home on Whltley Aven ue and will be pleased to wall on the ladle Of Stanford vicinity Thu Vn Dame System of cutting and fitting is fol lowed MISBDILL1E LA WBOi Stanford Ky Pruitt Brothers Undertakers Livery Furniture New Goods Just Received Call and sec them- PRUITT BROS MorcWd Ky Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of land a twp story front 7 room cottage The house U new A splen did orchard There U a arg- emlllonthoplaeeta good crusher and the dam li In good and tho natural pow er la great economy In running the Does Ii business Everything le In good repair and has all necessary outulld InK1 The ownerlI only reason for selling Is the rush of other buslneu all he ha ex tensive farming interests to look after This property Is on the Ilanglpg Iork about miles Stanford and can Ito bought at n bargain For further particular ad dress O Thurmond fytlo or L It Hughes Stanford Ky POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting Sitting or any kind of tres on our place and will prosecute Violators to the full extent of the law Oharlod Ensslln J H McAllster- Mr Kate Ador Ilclchenbach Pros Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonOruenljan Fred VonAllman Fred Ilaumann Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mattlo Hewcn E Helchenbach Charles Oummlns Joe Ballouv A 0 Dunn 3 M Holmes W E Amon W R Daugherty M J Hoflman M D Rlmore Peter W barter J Nerln Carter J B Druce W F Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Kerrlll FJOoDD TEMPER PRESERVINGHAIR au raalsn A hair mti la a loug lived article Tilings that liut should he bought right A hair brush Is onto of time lulls things drat aiMs to pr detracts from daily ennifbrlAl jmoronc wont pne trait tile hair amid 1s H 1lleWnl nufcnHW You taut get a poor one here 110 innKfirlMw little v q1 jxiy and for 1I1uIIn1tllI yon atii let tit kiutb tttdt IItt it sour nl yeaiH and tire It mtUfneitnn while II1M Soo Our Window PENNYS DRUG STORE StnnfordKY 9lothlnglloo Complicated r Wo pay Sspeclal jfttcntfon to t lltatchj Clock and fewolry er I pairing Your Watch or clock running without oil is like any oth iler kind of innohiiicry will wear its if out by friction of one part upon another when tho oil becomco dry Wit mor economy to neglect to have this ilone AUrepnir v ing promptly attcnde to Call for your work its ren11yl Have your Eyes examined and Glasses properly fitted MURRAY rIcADAMS Lending Jewelers Danville Ky The ItVill1DcputmcntAt Fire Sale Prices t slew I r Clarks Spool Thread ti for 25crJ1lIC 5c and lOc Counters astonish the natives Try it Come in youll be con inc ed MR EMPORIUM v EiNo goods charged at these prices r 1 Baby Match Setsr Wo have tho mall figuro yoking edging thud insertion in match sets for hahyn clothes They ore dainty and pretty nod reasonable in price Nand = Made Torschon Wo hove n wide range of patterns ill laces and insertions to match at Bo toiflp Linens Wo aro fcliQwing nil tin widths anti many grmlw SOiiicli waist linens nt- 27c 2k nod Me l2yanlwidp Jinni sheeting 81 8110 8180 w THE UTANFOKD KT Km ld 190i Otlt Whdo Ilno nod Tar bus been totted and found thoroughly reliable for coughs and colds Try It upon our recommendation and get your money back If not Pennyi Drug Storn KOWAHD HUEY bae grip GEO T woou went to Loulivlll Saturday JAMR3 MESSER bai DieD sick for a reek or morn- ATTORNRYOEO B SAVilLE la In Columbia 00 business e MISS CALLIF UOHTQN Is with bar brother at Mllleriburg- JriKJK U C W ARIUl1e up after a veakd spell with lumbago JAMES T JONBS the reitaurante has won III for several days MI89 STKLLA HILL spent several c with Diovlllo relatives MlsSMAOiMBSAOrfAY of Danville t visited her sisters hero Sunday Miss LKSA K BARNETT Is conval Iesctng from a severe spell 01 grip MR8O F A6IIMORE of Peoria ill Is the guest of Mrs Bottle Barnett THOMAS P NKWLANU Jn of Dan vllle spent Sunday with tbo bomofolk hero Mlta JULIA ClIASB returned jester day from a visit to friends at Darrodi burg OR J M UltYAST of Carlisle peot Sunday with Mr B U Beailey and family MIBB GOLUir PURDO of Grave Switch has been the guest of Mr J I LJarvls MR 0 M llKSUBRSON of Garraril was her yesterday returning from t LcltohOeld J MR AND MSS GBOROB BAHNR WBARKN spent Su ttay wiifc bar par unit at Uuitonvlle Miss MALLIB McBwH 01 Turners vllle Is eonvalewloif from a Seven spelt of pneumonia Jtlu C K TATR was clewed dlrooto of the First National flank to uoeeei Mr Ed Carter deceased Mil JAMHS P UOLUAM has boon laid soeral days but was up with a coU for able to be at his otllce yesterday and todav Mil El L DUDUKHAK Is up from Birmingham to be present a t the go den wedding tomorrow of hit parents Col and Mrs W Huff Dudderar MRS KD CARTERS many friends will bo glad to learn that she was able u return home from Louisville Saturday She has had a severe spell of sick ness MISSES STELLA MC LARY and Kath I erlne Baughraan spent several day with the Misses Thompson at Ml Vor non Miss Susie Thompson returned home with them Ups J M ALVEBSON was hero yet r terday lie went to Louisville In the afternoon whom ho will be the guest of Don Laban Phelpsa few days be J tore going to lint Springs for a season MRS CARL LEWIS WHEELER has been In Shelbyvllle vlaltlng her family V i week Mr Mf F EIkln will JcaVe Tuesday for Atlanta to spend two I tnontbi with her daughter Mrs J P Morltz Lexington Leader LOCALS TillS Is St Valentines Day have you boon remembered JUST received another big supply o- fplghttualltycut glass W H Muel ler IT la too cold for even the 4e It cold enough for you fool to ask the quell I tion Wo have something to be thank ful for ItiWILL pay you tbo hlebost market- hemp See me before orloo your you sell Arthur F Barnett Stanford represontlup E P pea rs Son J IN tho county court raAowills ol Mrs Mary J MWQr ne dudderar and Mr G Brent Bar No other businessprobatedI nett wore of Importaocowa8 doni COAL BUSINESS FOR 8ALECon slatlDB of bins scales etc A splendid stand and good business The proprie tor on account of health Is deter mined to soil This le a line opportu r some one For particulars see RHughei Stanford Ky Ll robes horse blankets etc at J V MoClurvn HOWLANU people will you 6n the whisky question May D 4SKWJNO machine In perfuot repair tor tale Mrs W1 Trlbblo TWO second bad job presses for sale Write this olllco for particular VANTEDOood woman unlncui bcred capable for hotel housekeeper Ollobor Hotel Daovlllo Ky IyJm BELDEN bill oneof tile hands badly lacerated by bU Run becoming uncoupled when be went to shoot arab bit MOST property old by Sherl M S Uaughrouo fur taxes yesterday was knocked off to the county and State EXClfASOE Tbo Ladles Aid Soclt ty of the Baptlstchurch will have an erchanuo at Pennys Drug Store next Saturday VKbavou few buckets of Heinz Mince Meat Apple flutter Preserves etc which we will close out at cost for a taw days only W U Hlfrglos OLD PAtYoItW U WyLie of Park vllle who was here yesterday showed us an Ulster County Gazette which ha been handed down by generation of bis family for over 100 years THOSE wishing to contribute to the pantry showurof Fov and Mrs L M Omer are requested bt the ladles In charge to leave their donations at once at the store of J h Oeazlev k C- o27T0DATttair JR Russell of the Ottenbelm section who has kQpt tab on snows tells us that 27 have fallen to far this winter and that 2178 In Ones of the beautiful have covered the ground lie layl wo have bad only Ii Inches of rain- WALLACKi9ALL8 who was out on bond barged with the killing of Mar tin Brown voluntarily returned to Jail yesterday Some of bis enemies obare ed that be was attempting to run hie witnesses off and he showed them tbi JalslL of their chartrn SOLD OUT Mr J M Reynolds who was hero from Waynesbur yes torday told iiI that be bad sold bs to tercst In Tbo Reynolds Co store at his town to his partners and that he U now a member of the loafers olub We predict that he will not bo Idle long IlEV J C COLOWELL who married Miss Annie Logan formerly of Stan ford died at Tallahassee Florida where bo held a pastorate of grip Be sides his wile a daughter Mary La laD nearly grown survive him The remains will bo interred In LouUvlllo IN THE SAME LuxeIt Is now in order for Loxlqiftoo newspapers to pats the bat for Mose Feltner the sensation al witness against Uargls and French They did a good part by Ewen started him to business with a fat purse Moo ought to have a lift as be Is In the same line of business Somerset Journal 1r certain of our accounts are not paid In the next 10 days wo will bo compelled to turn them over to Mr L R Hughes the wellknown attorney of this place for collection We have sent statement after statement to the people wo have In view and their continued silence concerning them war rants us In doing anything we can to collect the accounts ANDERSON Mrs Winnie J Antler eon aged 80 dlod Intbe Preachers yule section last week and wee burled- at Epheeue after funeral services by JldJO Livingston She was the widow of William Anderson a devout member of tbo Christian church for yeare and a splendid woman Mrs An erson was a daughter of Jesse Chap poll for whom Ohappoll Gap was named She la survived by two children Mrs Griffin and Leo Anderson A JOURNAL takes us way baok Into tbo regions of the past when Sam- a young dude and I a one gallueed urchin wore chums Sam owned 1600 buggy and a 11000 mare Moll Hanna and I owned a mortgage on fate and a penny barlow knife I drove the marc when Sam couldnt see to find the keyhole In the night latcb Sam Is rich Journal y 1r Make Money by Spending Itlj ttsswtt The fitthorof theowuer of Crescenathe trotter that played tag y with the worlds trotting record was n ill IPI iilliolllifc On his death bed hp snlj1I jfmy son gets halt as much pleasure out of spending my mousy ns Idid in making it I shall ho satisfied Equal pleasuro may bo yours madam in spending money tit this store during tho remainder of February IH tho priests wo are snaking on all materials for white rowing nro very much below tho regular prices nnd vurioties much greater titan usual Ni SEVERA1 CE STANFO DP 11 INTERIOR JOURNAL lPERSONALS 1L thete newerlived ARTHUR BAUNKTT bought seven orope of hemp yesterday at 44 60 per 100 pound n lUueST cash paid for beef hide furs feathers etc by R U Weeti Co Junction City Gel their prices before you toll INSIST on your rotor handling Waehburn te Croshva Gold Medal Flour R II WestOa Jobbers at iplendliIWATCHES Clock nod Jewelry re paired Satisfaction guaranteed Ola moods Silverware and Jewelry told on small percent Onico at residence on L r caster street Robt Feozel YESTERDAYS co was dullest linveari Intact the crowd presen t would not have been a credit to a S at urday afternoon The zero weather kept the pcoplojit home and as a consequence the merchants and others did little or nothing TUB Central Ky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has for tale two tracts of Und lying to the Southern end of Lincoln county near South n railway Ono tract consists of 33 acre the other live aorea The owner of this property lives at a distance and wo aro Instructed to soil It privately It must eo The best bid sets It For further particulars see or addrcssL IL Hughes Stanford Kv TllK weather continues an Interest leg topic because of the tearfulness of It Sunday was a warm day and rain fell for several hours A heavy snow fell that night and yesterday was an Intensely cold day Last night was tho coldest of tho winter and the mercury this morning showed four degrees below zero The sun Is shining brightly today and It lookslike we may bavo warmer weather soon It cant como to quickly TUB Kentucky Fuel Co of East Bcrnstadt of wblob Mr C It Coleman of this place Is manager has closed a contract with the New Diamond and Manchester mine for the sole agency of their coal This company also rep resents tile Creneot Coal Co at Viva and the PltHburg Coal Co Plttsburg Mr Coleman Is an experienced coal man add has been successful both as a mine operator sod as salesman of coal During the past few months be has tit posed of an average of about 200 care each 30 day M P ELKIN State Commander of tho Knights of Maccabce returned Sunday from a trip to Western Kentucky during which be dedicated a Maccabee temple at Cave City Do cites this Incident as evidence of The rapid growth and prosperity of the order In Kentucky Rod says that preparations are being made for the building of oth ertemples In Ashland Louisville and elsewhere the local member of the order will bo pleased to know that he has opened an olllco and Maecabee headquarters for Kentucky which is located In room 723 McClelland build Ing Lexington Leader HERENDTHERE Who can speak all languages Echo Three women were asphxlated In uftalo Dr Edward Drane one of the oldest and best known men at Eminence la dead Mrs Ella Graham widow of the late Golan Graham died of consumption at her homo at Russell Springs At tbo sale of Richardson thoroughbred Aunt Belle brought 12000 and Faraday and Dane Vela 1600 each Washington Hager a preacher of Ineoln county W Va was arrested 110 the pulpit on a charge of counter felting The line of zero weather extends to Icinphla and Arkansas In the South- West the coldest weather on record la oported Tbo seven Odd Fellows lodges of Henry county have arranged to Jointly celebrate the orderV anniversary at Now C stle April 20 After making out a bill against Lmeclca and the Y M O A for ten llllons for discovering a mountain and aPhiladelphiatody Seventeen citizens of Jackson were CourtofBreathlCallahen f AIti i Rules For Being Good Forget your misfortunes Give your horse un apple Take your wife to the theatre Answer the childrens questions Laugh at your husbands old stories Allow your children to disturb yoy with a frolickBreak awn from dull oared ap d amuse yourself Reassure your husband of your ap preclatlou of his good qualities Compliment the cookilf she accom Alleles a particularly well cooked dish Listen sympathetically to your wiles tale Of woe about the help Dont presuppose that everybody la a machine doomed to ministeryourIcomfort without appreciation ooey can not entirely pay for all things Philadelphia Record Willie GoodboyDo you smoke cl garettesJohnny Badboy Yes but I aint got nothln but a chew to giveyou just now When a public hashad the misfortune to tote one of his nand what appellation would express his coc dlilocV Oilhand speaker What Is tbodllTerenco between a man looking up stairs and one going up stairs One atares up steps and tbe other stops up stairs Why are corn end potatoes like cer lain lnners of old Because having ears they hear notatd having eye they see not Why la a lame dog like a schoolboy adding six and seven together Because he putt down three and carries oneIts when a fellow reaches the end of his rope and proposes to a rich girl that he feels he can not live without her r Notice A tale reo helfor with a white Mushy tall anderblt In Ipft eRr about 2H years old CHino to my premises about AUK 1801 My residence Is In Lincoln county lIettr Alt Salem Paid Cowwoe cal ued at tJO ThIs Jan 18 tool J W L LUCAS F It Compton J P L 0y Junk Store We pay hlKbcutca price for little eggs poultry tethers scrap Iran rubber cop per See us before you tell LAND k RUOtlANAN Under Myers louse Stanford For Rent or Lease A iplchdU1 Urge dry good storeroom and a large warvbouta attached recently occupied by Levy urns Stanford Ky Ap ply for particulars to J B Owtley or to The Lincoln County NallonalliankiJ II OWSLEY Sanford Ky PUBLICSALE p As administrator of Mr Ann Uudderar deceased at her late residence In McKln ney Ky I will offer for sale on SATURDAY FEB 18TU The following described property 1 horse 16 hands high a splendid famil horse 1 Kitoy Organ In condition coat f125 I Bureau with book case attached 3 Uedtteadi late style 3 dresses 2 Washstands 4 small tables Onyx table FEAth- er bed and a lot of Red Clothing Wardrobe extra large Kxtoos on Dining Table made of walnut Kitchen Table covered with zinc 20 Chairs a lot of Dished hand noon set of China about 110 piece a lot of Cooking Utensils and a lot of other things too numerous to mention Sale will begin at 10 oclock sharp Terms made known on day of sale W M DUDDEUAR Admr PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I will on THlKSDAY FED 23 1005 8ellihe following property towit 3 turn lug 3 doubleshovels 3 single sbuv Dlimond smoothlug harrow cutting liar row Superior wheat drill Rooster wheat drill bearing corn harvester run only ono season and good as new t hocking Valley corn sheller cutting box rlthlbaud cut McOormuck binder Tiger riding 3 horse cultivator good as new Woodurd hay frame 3 grain cradles fodder slide I farm wagon a 1horso dump cart set of wagon gear and a lot of plow gear several tog chains doUble ttees singletrees and other articles too numerous to mention i 3 spring wagons buggy brake cart good broomare grav horse 0 years old 3yeurold Hereford coif u 3vearold heifer I yearling steer some household and kitchen furniture also a few stacks of clean mixed hay TEBMSi All sums of 310 and aicredItJanvllle and bearing no Interest Sale will begin at 0 10 A sharp Bale will take place at niv miles east of Danville 2 miles west of Hubble on Hanging Fork creek JOHN M BPOONAUORE T D Engllsn Auctioneer l New Ginghams Sec the New Mohair effect in tinglmm l We have n largo and full stock Pino Crepe and Soisette Theft are two of the new tt ash fabrics for Spring 1105 Thoy como in white nod all the new shades This in n plain taltric and looks like silk re tains its linish after washing Price tic per lIn11 4 Amouskeg Seersucker The beet wearing ItcH washing material for buys vaU humus shirte nnd lame fires es ever off rrd to the retail trndo Irirc 1iper yard J SON The chance of u life time Do not snits it We are offering you the hestlRange over shown in this city Five year fire back always wIdover tOQrihandle The best baker that money can buy Cnll nnd see it Special ducements for 30 days GEORGE H FARRIS S CO Stanford Ky J Spring Styles Mats Tor Ttyon and9ols x low shapes Tfcw Colors Wo have iustnlledn machine for perforating initials in inside lint bonds thus inakiug those uniiitcntioiinl n exchangee Whereby one usually gets nu old hat for n now one unlikely Wo will mark your hat co the other fellow cant swap with you lily your next hat o- fCUfiniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky TOE BARGAIN STORE t Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods From the Great Bargain Sale of Sweeter Pemhrook tfc Coot New York This is an opportunity which seldom occurs Wo advise all who cnn to come as earlyas possible to attend this the greatest sale wo have ever offered Ladles Furnishing Goods Ladies tailor made suits worth S15 anti S20nro ou stile at S450 to 750 Ladies uptodate Jackets So to 810 now ou sale at 250 to St Ladies and Misses Skirts worth 8150 up- i to 85 are now ou sale at 98c to 2 18 Ladies corsets from 19c up- Latest styles of petticoats from Sue up Ladies dress nnd course Shoes at 98c and up Mens and Childrens Furnish Ings Great line of Shoos for children from 15c up Mens Drew andwork lug Shoes front USe up Miens Cloth lug from 3a suit up Mens nice Overcoats from 250up Mens Sunday Punts from 75c up Chil drens nice threepiece suits from 750 up Boys Overcoats Irma 75o up Ohildrclllup iS Goldstein PrQP 417 Jti STANFORD I KENTUCKY k1 li THE JNTERIOR JOURNAL Entered in the Post Office at Staitfprd ai ttcondclast matter JUIlMSIIil TUHMUAYN AN1 IHIUViH A- Tsy00 PER YEAR CASH fyWhen not eo pail IZOO will bo charged 0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION NoUTralo going NorthIMp m It a Ns25 N26 South 12asam- z023 HH12SS pm f a UMBRELLAS Recovered end repaired and made almost for a amount I canas good an new III your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and tor less money Give me a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale PrivatelyM- y u house and 10 acres of land situated lust of towu limits on the Somerset pike louse has 7 rooms kitchen and ser vants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water Jiydrunt In the yard and one for tocky Jesse W Sweeney rnoFRirroR Livery Fced and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY j Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOASS Proprietor Electric Lights In every room RefumlsheJ an3 unJer entire New AUnijeraent Boblhe fvorltd porter meets all trains Large WellllehteJ Simple Room BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Strtyjt STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection u s jTiiwau Saloon COOD RICE Prors Flnett wines whisky and beers Special 17 wholesale dealers Lexingtons famous Blue Orasi Beer Case keg and bottled O Brent Boutbwood mixer Phone 88 Stan ford Ky Aativa The last resting place by the erection of a Let it be of exclusive a best material and o ship We carry the laments Markers and T Granite in Central Kene by pneumatic tools cheaper St WM a ADAMS 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 Is a six room cottage brand new bath room and all conveniences The lot contains about IH acres ot laud and tho home Is a most delightful one For further particu lars call on or write me at Somerset J B Heck or Wm DuCk at Stanford HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I I desire to tell privately try hotel property and livery stable In log can bo used as hotel or private residence and Is well arranged for two families Stable line stalls and Is In good repair Plen ty water at barn and hotel If house fs not told by Jan will rent It and can Rive pos session on that date Can session of barn If rented or sold separately on Nov 25 House and barn newly covered llo eel Is In Graded School district For further particulars call on or address n 8 OAKlENTKK Hustonvllle Ky J+ G + MCCbMY tTNDEnl AltEB E9IBAOIER And Dealearln HARNESS SADDLERY 0 Stanford ECy J La BeaZley Co Undertakers and- Embalmors ALSODIllaiSIB FaruitureMattingsRagsThoy kind of Stork Gin them a call Price right BIANFORD KENTUCKY RKDf you Jdeparted ones suitable Monument red artistic design the- f perfect workman gest stock of Monu ablets of Marble and ucky Lettering done None better None SON Lexington Ky DO YOU NEED A fountain iSjrinyoj Jt JCousahold Syringe Jl 3fot Water Jotlo or ftn jtot mixer fiulb If so I Imvo a NE IV STUCK to select from you know All Kulibor II Gbod Ucterioruto with flee anti iii order to get value received for your money it is nucossury to buy only NewGoods Will make you the lowest prices 6 Will N Craig M D Pharmacist Phone No 13IStanford Kentucky TO THE FARMERS t 18 gteltas- wJ8nccc88ary to have good fences to protect your crops So if you will call and lice us we can furnish you The American Pence the best woven fence on the market We have just received curload of this fence nnd will make the price surt Call and see us 11 M JE PerkinsGrub lory Orchard r I LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Blue Grass seed for salo Extra qual ity A W Carpenter Moreland Kf J M Crate sold hero yesterday to different parties 17 good iteeis at 3 to SiceThe Japanese coverotnont la said to have bought millions of bushel of oatf In the Dakotas Foil SALK 800 shocks of fodder with paeture to feed It on 13 Tevle Shelby City Ky 4 J W Reynold sold to Tom Brent his place of four acres pn the Preach ersvllle pike for 1275 At the Rutledga sale in Madison sheep brought 10 00 per 100 milk cow 132 00 corn 225 straw 14 per ton Graduatefrom Dooker WBshlnutona school employed by tho German government to teach the peoplo of Togo land Africa to raise cotton have so far grown lOQO bale COURT DAYThere were some 150 cattle at I M Bruce pens yesterday and moat of them changed hand Some extra good steer brought close to 4o They wero sold by tho head however Beveral bunches told at 3 to 3c Helf ers sold at 21 to 30 The horse and mule trade was slow- J F Cook Co held their big com blnatloo saddle stallion and jack sale Saturday at the Union Stock Yards Tbero wero 50 head of jacks and 15 bead of saddle stallion disposed of Among tho lotwas Dr Hartman thu Worlds Fair winner of the Oral and roo serro championship prizes file pur cbaeer was Gus Coulter of Mayfield and the price paid was 11450 the highest price ever paid for a two yoar old jack Leglngton Herald IDo You Remember Do you remember little wife How Years ago wo two together Saw naught but love Illuminate life In sunny days or wintry weather Do you remember bow we two Would stare Into each others eyes Till all the earth grew heavenly blue And speech was lost In happy sighs Do you another thing recall That used to happen often then How simply passing In the hell Wed stop to smile and kiss again Do you rememborhow Isat And rcadlngheld yourband In mine Caressing it with gentle pat One pat for every blessed line Do you recall while at theplay Through hours of agony we tarried The lovers grief brought us dismay Obi we rejoiced when they were mar rled Ab me twas year and veers ago When all this happened that I slog And many a time the winter snow Has slipped from olive slopes of spring Audaowoh nonsense let us tell A fig for laugh of meld or men Youll bide your blushes Ill not Well Were ten time worse than we were theni Altruism Alfred H Love of Philadelphia President of the Universal Peace Co ion was talking on the topic peculiar ly congenial to him of kindness Said he J once knew a remarkably kind boy He was a great angler Ttere was a trout stream In his neighborhood that ran through arlcb mans estate Per mits to flab the stream could now and then be obtained and the boy was lucky enough to have a permit One day he was tIblal with anoth er boy when a gamekeeper suddenly darted forth from ti thicket Toe lad with the permit uttered a cry of fright dropped his rod and ran oil at top speed The gamekeeper pursued For about a halfmile tbe game keeper was led a swift and dlttlcuU chase Then worn out the boy halt ed Tbo man seized him by the arm and said between pants Have you a permit to fish on this estate Yee to be sure said the boy quietlyaYou have Then show It tome1 The boy drew bjs permit from his pocket The mao examined It and frowned In perplexity and sager Why did you run when you had this pormH he asked To let the other boy get away was the reply He didnt have none Harper Weekly Sick Headache This distressing ailment results from a disorderedcondition of the stomach All that If needed to effect a cure a dose or two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets In fact the attack may bo warded off or greatly leatoned In severity by taking a dote of these Tablets us soon as the first symptoms of an attack appear Sold by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Why does a duck go Into the water For divers roAton Why does U return to the pond To liquidate IU bill Why again return to the land To qiakearun on the bank Scattered Seeds Col J R Gathrlghti a prominent Louisville citizen died In Colorado where be had gone for his health J s I CURES WITHOUrSTOMACH DOS ING Hyomel Cures Catarah by Simple Breathing Ponry Re funds Money if It Falls To CuroaA long stride towards solving the mys tery of curing catarrh was taken with the dlscqvery of Ilyomol in fact the per centageof cures by this treatment prove it equal to the final lost The folly of taking medicice into the stomach to cure catarrh of the nose the throat and the lunge las been r slized by physician but not until Ifyomefwas known had they a practical method that would obviate stomach drugging A complete Hyomel outfit costa but 81 and consist of a neat pocket inhaler that can be used anywhere without attracting attention amedicine dropper and a bdt tie of Hyomel Extra bottles of Hyomel cost but 50c- Hrcaihlng Hvomcl through the inhaler every particle of air that enters the nose throat and lung is charged with a heal ing balsam that soothes and alltys all Ir illation kills the Ilarrblll gams and on ilia blood with additional ozone Penny list so mucl failh in the power of Jlyomci to cure catarrh that ho is tall Ing It under his personal guarantee to refund tho money If ifdoeanot give sl tlye relief 6 At the end of January Mr Wunder brought her ales now expanse book to her husband loan dguro up my January balance all right1 said the but Im either 110 behind or abead I remember what all the other Items are for but cant recall whether I spelt that 11005 for something or you Lave H to me for household expense Mr Wunder lopkedal the page for a moment then banded back the book nllh a condescending air My dear bo said that 1005 seems to me Co Indicate what year tbl Is Judge The Best Physic When you want a physic that is mild and gentle easy to take and certain to act always uso Chambvrialng Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Lynn Ilrua Crab Orchard WANTED eTurkeys Ducks Oewo and Chicken Highest sAsb market price H n NOKtllcOTT Stanford Ky A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist Stanford Kjl muovn MeKobertaDrng Stan la till Owsley Banding COAL AND FEED We deal in beAt brands of coal anti all kinds of feed Kindly favor m with your orders Phone 118 HITK BRO- tRopland Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE 3 flEE k cuntsoUlrcn- UNCTION CITY KY flrittilan Tarnoot at Itaaaonable Bates Special Attention to Trawling Men Grain and lay For 9aln 1U iimlF1ct1 Otit tasvW010axr EspyalienCot offull ltuaine sourse DI Tut poi60tIaIDTIrrOglBfSTtucarrarkr6BtLT1h OCTh Kentucky t Dlplorn under Hal awarded creduaUa Literary Court ire It dMlrrdi UraduaiesirfolI KyI4 U UJtUix s tad wra ur CHICHESTERS ENGLIS- HPENNYRQiAL PILLS of 9egoeats co 0Sooer uieg askUntgxtetlott1111IIIYrICw IJolil inruiilc lio M MId with tint ribbon TnUr no other HrHiM unnrrnu nbllt- ulluluundllalllallrn ueylrltrtegI-or tftul Ir In xanifn lot l ul 5191IanIIVSI niiiiiliil and llrllvf lur Ijiilli ra intrmiirn 111000 IV iuHMiaU IIJhlb ill iIICI1IOIIBHTEH CIIK1I10AL CO 5lno tiuiiUuu Niiuurf IllllU PA ullal uo First National Stanford Ky BankCapital Stock 500001T- hlslnatltutlonwas originally established as the Hunk of Stanford la 18S8 then reorganized lu the National llanV of Stanford in 1865 and again reorganlted as the Firat National llaik of Stanford In 1882 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 year It Is better supplied now with faculties for transact tor business promptly and well than over before In Ha long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited is CAPITAL STOCK Olrectors J R Iaiton J II OWIley 8 II Shanks W 01Vaiksr- Oso W darter j Pinter L O Uooch W II Oumuilns W Ullrlebt It I Bubble w H Shanks Farmers Hank A Trust Company and under same tnn SOLICIT YOUR BANK Roping seek business relations will prove mutually beneficial N34 seta ol unimproved land tn Ire tountT Mo It4 tulle Irons Sutlon on Iron MoHoUlo route Will sell et caching fjr Lincoln county Haitllfirm Sltrni Smiles from Stan urftol rooms hark perth tad veranda looj barn u4 other bullJln In ruo4 lr Outlnili fields wll ocT l ae acre Io ten In fruit trove rest In rru NI bargain and tan la to schoul and eburtb 115 ThUItalargiin Y05A AsrmoftO6asmtnCiN eaatyKy- One sat one balfswrydwlllagwith its tones rood barn and other o crrr la rultlitilon u urn In tlmb r fruit irr em Lays well on euuDly road ck to lIubischool etc ITc oDI y No u 4110 sem eI seal and tlmh r IiMI tees isl In leer101 rll 1CrekaIrllmUrvol the Northfork ol Kentucky rlrer- tour stirs otcual yor1leID Ihlkues tram Itto six tat Bltver to lb mout- haborseteL nlhadlartyed vllbln Iht miles of old property be Umber eontMi otktlr Tilt psrhvt Will sell or eachaog e my tires No tvA nk two itary eight roM irsss II itwelllnx in StiolonL HM ball roo1 rt4ltr with conrtrte flor jooJ gardea well kitchen n croraMa on u wk brealfir1rtuonth Tb deHIDIC rvopferilaperreouth Tbl prop en y U m tool repair sod ten cbt for UIOIJ oralI1 aA arm t0den4W Wnegreu land la ljurolntvuutj Two story v room sun mlda- a ce tenant houses barn room lot ever aro beW ol stork and other utreeasry oulbulldlBgt all IB goo4 reir 4oe Io ehawb whttjl p Hojte rro l o echLofood 4W sties 11 MilUf atlon mtln gnMaofUmlter 1e TbbliaH M all eneinteatwe plan eslesetcWell wtlenJ with nI fnilnf tc Price frew Sowrrwl Kyeut In Sills um In cultlf tine outva la parturebslaocwintlestr bell eonUlni seven runs all arc euaryoutbalMlDg p td 0fUilMIORtlnifMen did runr watrrrd rtlraStJWii NG UlGOCPt ot lan4 inFore county Kea six mlla rrum nllml sat mlle frvw Arh- Drhr Seventyisreoflaa 1 le first botiues II IIntdualod insran This land Is for sale oruhlnll hoftl Alarm of 90 acre la Uoroln county Thriw good dwellings I rood bunt aid other cm bnlidlruecn house barn elr About the renter OIlIt road wile fro cult two or tin e fauille that n want te com from Iheaame Detjhborhood Trip reaaonaM- Ko Twostory frame ilwriUMol Is rewns sadblacksmith shop tOM ahep aid le fret wide Thtrrelrrtrwhir be old at a City low tire Xo tA farm ol 1M snit four ea11a hum tlan funlonlwsl rib In the well watered fen IIICrl d elllri rents IAt all nne un GIIIl1dlll Hue tatmsdluining this hj rrconlly rdiurd Iii net- Rein We offrUlaalU7au No rsnn serve near Jlaur Pn4ar llr Frame bouw4roounnJporth Burn and oilier outbulbling Smelts to cultUallon real In ber Well church lays well on nom mnntly Trice No l3240acrfirm mile of Crab Orchard- Ky Brick dwRlnt roomi two tenant houses two bun well andsprlDj near dwelling r aria In high state of cultltallon 160 sin tlvrt s llpin land good fencing fruit etc Irlttl l 711011 errs N0Anif farm at IllehlanJ ICwell lmpn v eJ wen watered etc Irkefjoo- t4 161 II its of Und on JametWwn rod south of Ounnvllle too acres In cultivation about ft acres In timber an reslln grasa AJsrge new frame dwell nt alto an oU on A new Mm anj two olJ ones ItuwelTwtlereJ nJ the fencing It geol On public rah IrUffjoW Also n ham1 mill In Mercer cilunty Ky ou BulHllver Steam new up lodate In every particular anD good dwell Inir with rairofeinents acres of line land close to Southern railroad Price T60 acres of bad near Junction Cltyrul In urea tteldi 21 acres In ciiltlriltoD ml In ItllInice oung orchard and 0001 the It gnl bon Krnltirky Irt soil 2M pound o- fgrspolast year watered and funrlig bool and nineties A twostory six room fnuiedwelllnaQoalbarn ribs etc all In geel repair lrl11l Also acres of Florida land to Mann vllle Oil rul road street through placeI leaving 9 acres on one side with Vstorv 8 room house and oranges pvaclios pens pintos tropes all bearing and acres in other side w1 6 room onontory house or incus pcacbei pears plums grapes boar lug All for 000 or the 6 acres for 1600 and the items for 11100 A Ilullltt county ICy teen of acres- with good 9atory house metul toot barns water etc ItO acres of timber that will nukf tics stnveit barrel timber Ground vlll grow wheat corn tobacco etc only 2iOO rash Iluco has 60U fruit trees 171 acres mile IlHrd town Junction Uullltt county ICy 121 ucre cultivated balance ID timber KuoJXlirco room bo4cn- with hall now log barn imuko house house tint well spring and running water two orchards throe fooirt tmmnt house U u beautiful farm and productive cheap for 43500 two and tbrea yo 122 acres three miles ot WllllburR Wlltl It ton CountICy 116 acrui cultivate 0 icres well cistern spring orcllllrdI six room frutnc house rernnda cellar barn crlbn Mood houofI smoke house hen house school on the term this U a good farm worth tho 60Qr 11290 cash balance ono and two years Le Officers J 8 HOOKEH rresl 8T llAiiiua V Irei J J MonOllEIlTS Ohr W H WEAUKNAut Ohr Reid Danville T Harris Stanford J Hocker Stanford K I Tanner llcKlnaey U Klmorc Stanford S II Stanford T r Stanford IfJLINCOLN NATIONAL BANK 50000lncceiorzloThe contlnuouilyfor ACCOUNT Officers II 8I1ANK6- x rresldeol J B 1axtnn I flee w nuioiiTOaihlsr W O WALKKU Ant Oaiblsr Central Kentucky nlTitle Compan- yStanford Ky IIrolrt110 11111141000 LandadiolplagsoldM53sal ensembl- eNostr1eresoflandonmile wouldwa neonurydoce AplmJbftdeegraufuwsalonly- 2emluutndderumcuflyHeL wetetNaJuyanlfrompoetotLvschool- and tst Directorsj COUNTY 1retdntg nryofwalks la kiubn sad family room final bus H sad ill ne Mary Itno well feared- and In goal repair llatiiealoaainsl fMO owIssntltelyi and we only a k for the wbolcpropany No M rarna of III arrr la ci ey count Two Moryfrttn dwelllog Ion rood liarns sail otbacsoirtbailJtnn to rI repair Nndld loksrp fwoNooildwellingbvlldKfS Un reunlr ntd q rrJH tlanwell watered two wells sprttig eu Tore Is a dg alnMe Nom tile II bet No a1Farm of rl lInrbttlC J tendagandnaelaud legu1seisbbohoateto to scben JQONo g alnllr and aasnol beverhllb ellswleprinl enogtChrppluettOrchardnNo TweiUry lra iedrtlllo r room halt j sot tcrattdv pNn fcnelni and house Itgoal roMln Cor ale or rent rues reasonable XIIInilpal Urns sad elba-routLullJtaggalroxiri VflIIBI rompant nly new 1 wllhla was yards of hire urche wheel roU0r sal C 0100 l l ro erty lire kssnJ county road sal la the Most dxlrable larlor J pntpvnyNo f 0Jlbu1l4IDCt2 II in nN t llculansWwGntrd Kenlorkr keel Fatal hi I chanted Tidlu WaynnkngK1fIr rundlllen one founh Mile on pike wtterrd by IMONoland In MeKIa nay ky NrreMary mitksilldiDct Keortn goal NylitreNatIa arre 011 land ill rooms two try dvrlllM well waxed good klleill Is Ike svlurW el Ik elly OfSueroNeluItirsdN 110111hiNV W I roam rnw coitice sad on ace land la KillS lll Ky large Urn smote hoes repairhiNuTeanrvofland two story front rot laga Ilece u pew s gNgenie stdykaIWorchard MfPL hoetaa- gall tw stable1s uyg 1 belt houu etc It na liUlt theta ii also a gout mill o the place ago ruhrr la tulll II Is run by all ural lerrtblrh la a greie iiaiuynJ the daa lowSgurenr 1 versadurenting sum W teat Iroiu hotel up slalrs suit tfrdw tag 2 81re roltaxre alcvly furnlahol d 444s11uge2rAfretmODytaprletor rImonth On account of III hraliliof his lf only cbangeforInkitchengtrd n IrlrefCx- llo 75Aca41 Gnu of 79 acre of good isn- dIatlNlore f to Iowa lrll ta2S acres In Allen county Kroo TaiVf road and pike about 60 acres about 121 Io timber and gras ClJltl1ItOlhf In grass Timber on place Is cut to 11 sbinglesrtiesthe twice over A large part la fens ed There art four dwellings of room each and ono store of two MUirles with room above hal well and springs of water is lu 2 mile of county seat and grows tobacco corn wbo t grawi etc tar 12200 Onehull cash I lIvbuilt year ago Steam and water power uptodatemtitlbolt The engine lint 7 years run t 1Iacres with the mill Including what U with tbe house of room After 20250 or 900 for tho mill and II acres Ono halt f5iline Uno trade No mill In 10 alien Jlulu1rrTherevPJOlIur llIu fur prohtible InvUllMnlaJ the Allttlt slppi DelU which Is now as Pros Valley The timber Is becoming more valu 0 rrromJlmlnlthlnc ar constantly Increasing their par chases of timber tank In the SAulh If hen the tlm bit li reupveJ thpunJ Is unequaled for ajrlcuftu t fat rurlOts It will produce a bale of culture lu the crlor will grow any other kind 0 In the icjnti Till soil needs noYertlllten anJ- Ivesaylhlwhichcannotbe excelled Uxei vt low the Is tan who buys DelU arm anJ timber lands at present prices Is makldganin- vestment that he will never egret land li dl r vUed Into tracts ranging from u acres to the tract to Tooii atjes to Ih trait and prices from JS per acre Ji6 ret acre accorJInc to location tiC We authorlred by the company who owns these lanJs to sure that as other paellas are considering the SllloIn ergs wllhonl notice However when nolltieJ enoughforlhepurchaser iooo acres of this has been told by the Com ryeICIAn 9 eJt