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Digital page images are linked to the text file. hi SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL 1VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1905 8 PMNO103 I Slmllos In Rhyme As wet at a n bdry M B booo f At live as a btrdaa dead u I a none An plump av a parlrldgeae poor ai a ratA ilroni at a hurien weak as a cat Ai hard as Ilola soft as a mole At white ai a Illyae black us coal At plain at a plkoitntl ss rough as n boar a Ailjjnt at a drumnt free HI the air At heavy ai lead an light ai a loath or At teadyat tlmo underlain at weather As hot ae an ovens cold ae a frog AIl y ae a larkae tick aa a dog At slow as a lorloltQ at ewltt al the wind At true at the jtolual falio ae mankind At thin at a herring it tat at a pig Aft proud at a ptaeook tt gay nt a Iwgrigi AI savage as tljlereM mild ni adore AitlQ at a pokor ai limp at u gloves At blind at a balAI deaf a a post At cool at a ououmbtr at warn at tout Cbliwgo Journal Tho Sumo Sine old snowstorm Same old bread Same old blltieri Oa the band Same old doorstop t White at chalk Same old shovel Same old walk v Same old pavement Same old glare Same old feet up In the air Same old weather All the tlma Same old ventei Same old rhyme Same old readers Same old euB Sane old writer Writes the tlutf t Ramsey county girl deputy iherltl Miss Georcle iioutquoi had her Ort actual experience with a prUonor when the etaorled Rosa Reno an Incorlgible to the Slate Reformtiory school at Red Wing Deputy Sheriff Uouiquot reo turned and reported to Sheriff Mletcc that the prisoner had been turned over t to the school authorities In good or don Sheriff Uoutquet a daughter 0 very good French family of this city She It IS years old plump pretty and t thallbeBI a to Chicago CbronloleIAt Annapolis Midshipman Bailie dropped dead nt be was Ailing In raDkIC J Ilaralln the noted trotting turf man It dead RUBBLE Jamu Hrottou IIIU returned from Loultvlllu and It on the sick list Some lambs and a few poor catll nave died from the extremely cold weather Wm Stone wife and ton have bcei with a low It S dlAJIsold 32 olllclloo to J A liammonde for 116 J A Uamroondt It In the city thl week buying Spring good to uxehaog for old roosters and telling hens Jack Vukey is tick James Oration told his farm of 1K wares near hero to Wm Uoolln for M600 Wo regret to give Mr Bratio and family up but arc glad that wo will gut u good citizen In their place Mr Uruiion has bought a farm near Bry anltvtlle and will give poeeoalon her March Mr Doulln It a broincrln law of T C Rankin und like all olbc mountain men wuo have looated hero 1d man OTTENHEIM Garland James Sr U tarloutly III with pneumonia Mre Slcuiion Coleman has been eon Howl lo her room fur several days wilh the grip Rider John Long filled his appoint went at lIne Grove church Saturday and Sunday Mr Blanford Thurmond and Porter Langford of Lebanon were up 00 a lying trip last week to tee their beet girls Fred Nlcololgb who bought the Tom Brent farm hat bought a tract of laud from Matthew Johnson about 20 agree for 1160 Walter James and Jebb Chandler are both very Tho latter U tome better the former was operated on yciler day for apendlolllt by Dra Drown and Morrlt James P Brummlt has been on the tick list for several days- MIDDLEBURG School It tllll progrcttlotr nicely at the college NIl U MoAnlnch fell Saturday and seriously hurt her thigh Candidate aro traveling in all direc tlon tad wanting to shake hands with all the moo they meet The Best Physic When you wait physic that la mild and gentle easy to take and certain to act always use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver tablets For sale by Lyno lltos Crab Orchard a fellow has money to burn IWboocau ute It without any oiling game done to a turn it surely will keep the pot bolting Two brother In Germantown la died at a result of starvation and ex posure They had money In the bank and had been pensioned by their for mer employer ualaphonaSrollJth T Tho CumlKjrland Telephone Telegraph Co luis kaitod statomont of 8tbo a lmsino for thu month of January andthe Increase In tho ntinibor of sub scribers is shown na follows t Nuiubor subscribers Jnnunry 1st 1005 v 121ttUt Number added during mOllthR 1110- Kumhur discontinued during mouth 2150 Not increase for mouth 1237 Total number of subscriber January 31st 1005 122550 I Romeo and Juliet By a Strong Company nt 1 altons Opera Couse Skaot Tuesday March 7th TRADE WITH McCORMACK PEACOCK HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY NEWS NOTES Five perished In a dwelling fire In Maine lOlc Three children were burned to death S at Akron O A new beetle which destroys liquors was discovered In Lexington A Urlgoby of Trlgg county IIBenry by a fall on the Ice vere It depressed by the aiaast Grand Duke Serglus Former Congretbtntn Christopher A Bergen of New Jersey Is dead Telegraph operators on the Moscow Itlantan railroad are on a strike for Six men were killed and 14 Insured sllll In amiDe accident at iolttvllle PaThe electric light plant at Carlisle valued at 1 18 000 was destroyed by Ore on George J Inglehari former mayor and leading cltlzin of St Joseph Mo It dead The ttnill daughter of John Anglin the of Morebead WI scalded to death by boiling tea by Mr Frank Peyser of Goshen Ind suicided when the heard that hor homo had boon burned as The oxplotlon of a boiler In Graven county killed one man nod seriously wounded three others Indians who lay claim to laid of the great value on the Chicago laKe front called on the President The funeral of Olin Low Wallace was held at Crawfordfordsvllle Ind and the services were simple In the ex iremc Flro dcslrOTcd eight buildings In In at dlannpollt Sunday One fireman was badly hurt The lost It estimated at 11500000 was President Harper of Chicago Unl the vertlly tolls friends that be dots not the hope to survive the operation for can cer Wednesday tenor Green a Negro was banged at our Owontboro for the murder of James Coombet Uo made a speech on the scaffold saying that he murdered Coombet Dr The oldest unUertlty In the world Is BI Azhar meaning the splendid situated and at Cairo It It the greatest Mohammedan school and has clear records dating from 076 ibe It It said that a Russian non com mlttloucd olllcor bet contested that be was bribed to put a loaded shell In a 50 saluting gun on ihe occasion of the blest log of the waters of the Neva Wm Blllner of Newport four times tried for cow stealing twice convicted alter serving two years In the peniten boy tiary was again convicted and given la another sentence of two year at Prank fart af Twenty Bulgarians were killed In a U light with Turks at Strumltu Februa ry 16 The Turks burned the village and the bodies of 11 women and several children subsequently were found In tho the ruins The 3tato Bank Examiner took charge of the flank at Fayelltvlllc N C and posted a notion that there was a shortage of J23000 In accounts of of ficial Tho teller and cashier were are reeled and bound over in the turn of 10000 each Near Hlokorv Grove Graves county to S Cosby hot and seriously wouud odBynum Green of Paducah and com milted suicide Green was a suitor for hand of Cosby daughter and was caller al the COlby homo whoa the imcedy occurred A double of Johann loch has been landed behind the bare In Chicago The two are so much alike that people who Identified loch at the man who swindled them now admit they wero mistaken Frank Busch it the name of the double who also preyed on wo menThe court of appeals directed a post ponement until Feb 25 of the hearing ot oral testimony In the case Involving jurisdiction of James Hargls and olh era The postponement was granted because of the lilies of Magistrate James Edwards who was summoned alI a witness In the case Tho Increased drain upon the State Treasury and common school fund ow log to alleged Inaccuracies either thro1 carelessness or design In reports of the common school fund has caused the Governor to take stops to stop the abuses To this oDd the State Intpec tor and Examiner will be sent Into counties where the padding of re turns is suspected and upon his report prosecutions will bo based The Grand Duke Ser lus known at tho chief of the reactionists In Ruttla was killed by an assassin at Moscow a bomb being thrown under his carriage as ho was driving under the shadow of too Kremlin Palace The assassin believed to be a membtr of the fight log group of the Socialistic Revolutionary parly which is said to have been responsible for the assassination of von Plebve and others high In authority in Russia The only witnesses of tbo assassination wore two police men who promptly arrested tho murderer HUSTONVILLE- Glen Mary Coal 12Jc and cannel coal Coal on bands ut all times W Wlgham Moreland tf Miss Alice Dryc leaves this week to accept a position with a millinery ee labllibment In Louisville Mrt Charles Tupmao suffered a se fall on the Ice and her family and frlnndt are anxious about her Quite a severe surgical operation was successfully performed on Mrs Klley IUriahsome weeks from Barqwoll S 0 Is confined to his room with grip or something similar There will be a meeting of tbo Hut tonvllle fair directors In the gentle mens parlor of the Weatherford Hotel Saturday next at 21 M The thoroughbred colt that T L Carpenter sold last fall la regarded ae decidedly the belt one In the Fast and owners refute to price Him T L Carpenter lost last weeK B colt Goldcrest and out of Imported Laurel that was B model of equine thor oughbreds and was easily worth 82000 a weanling Wm U Badgett who has been dan gorously ill with grip is reported much bettor Mrs Salllo Bailey Is etlll In = throes of that monster grip with Iwhich she has been troubled for two A Wright has a ewe In his flock that gave bIrth to four lambs one night during the recent cold spell This an unusual occurrence la this section least as so far we have heard of no more than three The coldest day of the winter here on the 13th white the 13th snow of season by actual count covered earth and the thermometer registered 13 below zero Now U the win of our discuntent II for the 13b was blrlbday Our two representatives at the mas ijucrade party In your city report a de lightful evening James Yowell and Pennlngton represented the Terrible Turk and the Colonial dude In suite makeup tbat showed the handI- work of an artist In that line Scarcely a farmer In the Wet End of county has escaped the loss of their lambs from the severe weather and In some Instances the loss has been nearly per cent of their crop Lambs the coming season will doubtless brlngfac Icy prices as the crop will evidently be ibort Dr Lafon Carpenter B West End of whom wo are proud now of Lat S C spent a few days here on bus nee and shaking hands with his host friends Ho hat a lucrative practice his new borne and his mothers health has greatly improved since gong there The reference I made last week to brick building to be built in the Spring by Chat Wheeler brought an inquiry from manufacturers of cement building and Instead of brick wo may have an uptodate concrete build log an the south tide of Main Street adjoining his present establishment Jut how cold It was during the late I soap le bard to determine in degrees variant were the many thermome tars consulted but chemists can a proximate from the circumstance lhal J the lllumlnallng oil the Standard 01 1I Co generously deliver us from her own wagon to avoid all poaalbllily of a J counterfeit article has yielded copious lamlcu of ice in the cans which rattled like pebble and prompted drainage and examination which confirmed ihlt statement And theres neither fie nor snake scale In this story It true at that the forbearing consumers have long been wondering What the matter with tho coal oil On Friday the llth meet Wm H Badgett passed Into the great beyond alter suffering two weeks with the grip Ho leaves a wile and two small chi dren to mourn his untimely loss was 51 years of age a devout of the Baptist church and superintend eat of the Sundayschool hero and was well and favorably known in this and Casey county The funeral by Rev Thomas Coleman and the musical ren ditions br the obolr were very Im pressive and the large gathering pres cot evidenced the love and friendship of a Godloylng and good people for ibclr neighbor and hit widow and or phans They sang the songs softly in eaddqst refrain And angels will answer tbo unbroken strain They saw his sufferings and knew twas best To take him home to be at rest IsSick Headache Tbls distressing ailment results All disordered condition of the stomach that If needed to elect a cure Is a dose or two of Ohamuerlalnt Stomach and LI Tablets In fact oho attack may bo wa ed oil or greatly le ened in severity by taking a dose of these Tablets lIB soon at the first symptoms of an attack appears Sold by Lyno Bros Grab Orchard New Store Clearance Sale I III order to make room fur our Spring stock which will be coming in shortly wo have decided to cut down tho PRICKS of our stock of Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Ladies Clunks Jackets Skirts and Ladies and Gents Furnishings To be appreciated you must see the bar gains wo urn offering to you therefore we invite you to come see and he convinced of the bargains we are oUbring Dont miss tho opportunity of seeing ourIgoods before you buy elsewhere sztesasasen J SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Theyre All Interested in our list of Good Things for the Table Such as Heinz Apple Butter Mince Meat Prc serves Muplc Syrup Pan Cake Flow Dried Fruit Chase Sanhorns Coffee Etc Jack Rout Bourne Good Edward Woodson Salesmen W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY LaPorte Vehicles Holiest Work Attractive Styles Over 300 of these pleasure vehicles have been sold in Lincoln county which is of itself evidence of their merits The following list of representative citizens who are using Lalorte Vehicles is made up trot memory there UfO worth other to allof whom wo rofor us to evuionco of the of this work Preston Beck M S Uaugbman LL P Woods lIon J S Ow ley Sr Jas II Baughman Robert Wools C icClaryno S Baughman James Woods Ja F Cummins W H HIggins lion M C T D Newland J NI Menefee li PaxtonCol T P Hill Sam W Menefer lion IL C Warren J W Brooks S J Hmbry Sr Rowan Saufley Jack Beazley E T Pence Beck Wm Underwood E C Walton JR Bendey Livery Luther Underwood C V Gentry Fl Boone RCS Livery Crit Eubanks W C Shaaks M Bruce Livery Robert Sims W W Withers R Hushes JK DingamanJames Hays V P Grimes John Lynn S locker Dank Iresdt James Hays Judge J P Bailey Bailey R Denhamoho Lynn IC ut W B OBannon Uudderar A C Carman Andrew Gooch Porter Robinson C Vanoy Cicero Reynolds Sidney Dunbar H J Darst J F Holdam hFull carload of these popular vehicles recently received by E T Pence Co Agents for Lincoln County What is Home Without a Good HeRoof On It n Will you need a new roof on your house 1 Are you going to build If so it will do no hart to got my prices on roofing When a shingle roof gets old and a drypcll COllie think of the conse qiioncug ifIl spark falls on it While you can throw n handful of fire on a metal roof without danger1 s H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky Buy your Drugs Stationery Etc 1 during 1905 of rcw B McRoberts DRUGGISTI And Save Money THE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON I TUE phenomenal rlso of Mr Wlbi L Mapotber from office boy In tho sec retarys once to First VlcePrealdon of that splendid system of railroads tho Louisville Nashville In the short space of 15 years li a testimonial to hta skill energy and capacity whlo those who know him best eay la descrying In every way It Is aleo hlchl1 f cedltablo to the Company and to Its President Mr M H Smith that tai merlteof such a man Is so well recog n zed sod so banflsoraely rewarded U It an Incentive to the employes to give taelr beet energy and effort to the Com prays service and Is a paying asset In the long run Mr Mapothers friend hereby congratulate him and hope whenJMr Smith lays down his office full of years and honors the man who Is just a little past 30 will succeed to the Presidency of one of the finest managed systems In the world TUB democrats In the House tried to have pensions allowed under Roose velts Order No 73 excluded from the penslonapproprlatlon because It was contended that the order was con trary to law but the majority didnt take time to consider small matter like overriding the law and pasted the bill for 9138270700 to pay pensions this veal although It Is the 40th since the war closed It Is not unreasonable to estimate that at least half of the Im I moose sum la paid to men whose claims to the bounty of the government if not absolutely fraudulent are questiona ble But it seems uselcsa to protest The G A R demands pensions and more pensions and It la a political or ganization of such dimensions that no seeker for office dare go up against It PAPERS may coma and papers may go In Somerset but Editor F J Camp bells Journal can always read Its title clear to being the best ever published there and continues to make his con temporles wipe their weeping eyes to know that In comparison with It they cm never look like more than the much norated 30 cents Brer Campbell cant help it however Be Is just built that way THE Nebraska Legislature believes In dealing with the great problems of the day Having passed a law making it a fine and Imprisonment for organ grinders to work monkeys over eight hours a day It Is now In order to enact another making a penal offence for an organ grinder to grind out more than eight yards of mooalc1 a day The public Deeds protection more than the monkeys AFTER March 4 the U S Senate will have one lacking a two thirde republl can majority But that U no absolute sign they will control the body If the half of the republican members who are under Indictment for heolous crimes and suspected of them are convicted the democrats will easily be in the lead POOR old Geronlmo the big Indian chief doubtless wishes be had been killed Instead of being taken prisoner He recently finished a long siege at the St Louis fair and now he Is going toI be made to take part lo the Inaugural parade The law against cruelty to an- Imals ought to be Invoked ON to morrow the University of Pennsylvania will confer the degree of LL D upon the Emperor of Germany and the Preslrientof the United States Hereafter when you write to Teddy be sure to add LL D or the letter might be sent to the dead letter office POLITICAL The new postoffice bill contains ao appropriation of 11500000 for pneu matic tube service ExGov Durbin of Indiana will probably make his future home In New Orleans where he will represent large Eastern financial Interests Representative Hearst has Introduc ed a bill prohibiting Interstate commerce In any product of labor of the soil or of the mineral produced or con trolled by a monopoly There Is now small prospect of the i Public Buildings and Grounds Bill be t ing passed as Speaker Cannon has ab solutely refused to allow a rule for Its consideration to be brought In The authorities of 17 States are said to be making Inquiries concerning the Kansas situation preparatory to possi ble legislation of the character enacted by the Kansas Legislature on the oil question Hearing of testimony In the Peabody Adams gubernatorial contest at Den ver Col has closed The report of the contest committee will be made to the Legislature In joint sesMon March 2 and It will then be determined how much time shall bo allotted for argu mentThe anticigarette bill was passed to engrossment by tha Indiana House of Represontatlvea It will become a law though there are doubts about Its con stitutionality The tobacco trust Is said to have mot defeat In the passage of the bill as a strong lobby supposed to have been In its pay has watched ev ery step taken in regard to it 4 Congressman Norton P Otis of New York died tn Yonker Gov Hanly vetoed the spite fence LeglsltureIlatlnn on the subject of railroad rate at this session of Congress It Is said the friends of Represents tlve W U Hearst would like to sup plant John Sharp Williams as minor Ity leader In the House with Represen tatlvo Dearmond of Missouri Tho president Is expected to order a renewal of Judge James Demons bum as collector of Internal revenue at Dan villa When this la done the fight ova the colleotoreblp will ba over Din tons friends say the onior will be tu ids next week says a Washington du patchIn the West Virginia Senate Mr Caldwell made h sensational speech li which he accused Gov White and Gov elect Dawson of grafting operations The Senate after a lengthy debate- adopted a resolution appointing n com tnltteo to Investigate the charges An amendment providing for the Impeach ment of Gov White In case the charg es arn verified was eliminated u IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs John Houk Is dead at Marets burg A Glllls Craig a wellknown citizen of Rockcastlc died suddenly last week The East Tennessee Telephone Co will Install an exchange at Junction CityT S Hagan of GarrarJ will wove to Winchester and go Into the drug businessFire the business bouse and the 80000 stock of Ogen Parker at Somerset Mlu Susan West one of tho best known and most highly respected women of Purryvllle la dead The Mercer grand jury returned 33 Indictments against the Standard Oil Company for running Its retail wagons through that county without license W R Ramsey of London was tendered the iiislstant Attorney Gen eralship of Colorado He left last week for Denver to accept the poalI tionThe administrator of John Scanlon was given a verdict of 817000 against the Louisville Southern railroad by aI Mercer county jury Scanlon was killed In a wreck In the Boyle circuit court Leslie Smith was given a year for gambling Madison Yowell and Hugh Brown got five and four years respectively for housebreaking John Love of Dorchester was found dead on Davis branch with his skull crushed As he had some money it is supposed ho was decoyed to this point murdered and robbed says a Middles boro dispatch These p3stmasters are appointed for Kentucky Cllffaale Pulaskl county Logan Denton Cumberland Cltv Clin ton county Joshua B Dick Paisley Wayno county John C Abbott Nor wood Pulaski county John B Abbott HERE AND THERE Cardinal Satolll Is seriously The good race horse Flo Bob valued at 3000 died at Memphis They are having horse races on tho frozen river at Meadvllle Pa Miss Ruth Farrelly Brooks of DulI lltt county died In Rome Italy John B Swope one of Woodford countys wealthiest farmers Is dead Congressman Norton P Otis of the Iflth New York district Is dead at Yonkers Incendiaries attempted to destroy the Morrison Hotel building In Chi cagoIElaborate memorial services In honor of Grand Duke Serglus were held at Dblcajro a white man was killed shot and at Winchester by W D Clark a farmer During the year 1901 535 charters fore national banks were applied for and ap roved the of the curr rencydDavid Perrltt shot and killed Henry Mien at Mt Morgan mining camp near t ffllllBtniburg Both were Negroes errltt escapedrJIt was given out in Cincinnati that the Burley Tobacco Growers Associa ion will yet be a success from the fact bat Thomas W Lawson has become nterested In It The Breathitt grand jury met yesterday and may Indict the flargla broth Ire and Ed Callahan for the Cockrill nurder which Indictment may be used o further Impede the attempt to bring them to trial In Fayette county on this charge the Imperial family will not attend the funeral of Serglus fearing that a bomb might wipe out the dynasty Brand dukes and some officials fear to stir from palaces Several big works are closed down Indefinitely and the prospects for other crimes are Improv ed One hundred and fiftytwo coal min ors were entrapped In the bowels of a mine of the Alabama Steel and Wire Co near Bessemer Ala yesterday afternoon through an oxploslan that caused tons of debris to fall at the en closingItIng to dig a way through to the en tombed men t CHURCH MATTERS Right Rev William E McLaurc protestant Episcopal bishop of Chicago Is dead Too sales of the Wosloyan Hymn- Book have reached 1500000 aol ran next to thu Bible Toe Presbyterian prayer raectln will begin at G0 tomorrow ovenlnj Rev Gilbert Glass asks nstoannounci As a result of the first weeks work by the visiting evangelists In Loul vllle 11000 people signed cards decla lag their Intention to lead Chrlstla livesThe congregation at the First HaJI ilsi church at Pnduaub has culled Rai John S Cheek of Hu mill v 1tIIt to the pastorate vacated by Rev G W Pet ivmttu The Board of Education of the Kei tuoky Methodist Episcopal Church South met at Lexington and prnctloa ly decided to rebuild the Rentuck Woslevnn College at Winchester Many religious papers are prtlslo Majar Taylor the Negro said to be the greatest racing cyollst In the world who declined tbo 910000 offer to outer contoate In the French cities bocaut the contests were on Sunday The State Convention of the Youni Mens Christian Astnclatlonwbtoh haA been In session at Owensboro ender Sunday Many successful meeting were held on the closing day and tbe final service was a mastmeeting of the congregations In the city The revival wave has spread from the Atlantic to the Pacific New Yorl City has appointed a day of prayer Cincinnati will hayo a season of prayer the Colorado Legislature adjourned to attend a revival California from Sn Francisco to Lot Angeles la holding evangelistic services HIGHLAND Mrs J G Baugh Walter Baugb and Johnny Young aruun the eu list thin weekThe old hens have been on a strike since Christmas the scarcity of eggs la any Indication Mr Spires told to Hen Biugh a milk cow for 115 Jim Hodgo sold to Joe Skldmoro a cow for 810 For a few days the weather has been behaving a little better thus enabling some of our people to get a few loads of cross ties to market Miss Emma Barker of Science nil la visiting Mrs Lena Butt T D Me Bee and wife of Woodstock have been visiting Mrs Maggie Cook Dave Burton and James Bunch are running a saw mill near Chappells Gap George Coffey la moving his mill from the Hoagland seat to Moroland Smiths John Spires has sold his farm near Mt Morlah church for 81600 to T W Hutchison of Stanford Mr Spire contemplates going to Illinois tome time In March JA Bryant has eoid his farm to Alfred Baugh for 8550 Be will move to SomersetIBorn to the wife of S M Young KI Old Landing a girl Mrs A A Bas tin and family have moved to Suoford Mr Warfield of Soelby county has moved to the Goodpatter place Mr Brown of near Burgln was visiting A C Jamea last week and trying to work up a huckster trado In this vicinity Virgil Carrier has moved to Greasy Ridge Ollie W Cook and family will move to Oklahoma to make tbelrfuture home From 1730 to 1830 Is the most memorable period In modern history Six great men made their marksNapol jon whose chief feature was ambition Nelson courage Washington lode jendencej Wellington thoroughness Pitt statesmanship and George Ste ibcnson Ingenuity Washington and kelson have secured the affection of posterity Washington and Stephenson have done the moat for mankind Well- Ington enjoys the respect of all Pitt has our admiration and Napoleon will for iver excite the wonder of the world Napoleon eqdeavored to remodel En ope George Stephenson succeeded in- ping so Washington and Stephenson ogether had Independence nbserva Ion and Ingenuity the three qualities rhlch are of the most service to bu London Truth Owing to the revolutionary spirit mong the students of the University of St Petersburg It has been decided to close the school till fall For Rent or Lease A splendid large dry goods storeroom and a large warehouse attached recently occupied by Levy Urns Stanford Ky Ap rly for particulars to J II Owsley or to Lincoln County National flank J n OW8LKV Sanford Ky tit aI I COLD T COLD T- It r seems that winter will never relax its grip t and until it does we can only defy it by dress ing warm Overcoats heavy Clothing Cot ton and WoolFleeced Underwear Felt Boots all Rubber Buckle Overshoes Gum Shoes Gum Boots Robber Lined Boots High Top Shoes Wool Socks Warm Lined Gloves and Mitts Mufflers Woolen Caps Fur Caps All of these we have and withr them you can keep comfortable no matter 4 how coldJAH J McROBBRTS I VA t o I I 1 PARKERS HAIR BALSAM- Anew tul turke tuJ- Inmde nt friwtv ITvr Sells la llMturo arty Iltir to III YouOiftil r tin mur Itirf analtnu tA JONES DENTIST Stanford Ky onie In Myirs louse Iarlor Ilione sL E De Peyton DEALKH IX Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J TH BOONE CO Proprietors LIVERY fWD FEED STflBUE Stanford Kv Good Lery Service at Reasonable lUUi Call Off ui on Depot Street Alto Dealers li Coal To The Ladies S I hUt just opened a Iroll Making u tabllsbment at homo on Whltley Ana uo and will be pleated to watt on the la diet of Stanford and vicinity The Vn DameBvstem of cutting and fitting Is fol lowed MI LAWSON Stanford Ky Pruitt Brothers Undortakors Llvory Furnl turo New Goods Just Received Call and see them- PRUITT BROS Morelanil Ky Valuable Property For Sale Ten acre of land a twoitory front 7 room cottage The house It new A splen did garden orchard There It a large mill on tho a good crusher and the dam U In good repair and the natural pow er It economy In running tho mill business Everything It In Does a splendid good reiwlr hat all necessary nutThe owner reason for selling is tho ruth of othqr business as he has ex tensive farming Intoretts to look after This property Is on tho Hanging Fork about miles from Stanford und can bo ought at a bargain For further particulars ad dressy 0 Thurmond Iytle Ky or L It Hughus Stanford Ky POSTED We whose names appear below strictly passingontlour places oarndnwillnprosecute full extent of tho law Charles Ensslln J H McAllster llclchenbach Hrot KrodVonOrucnlganAlbortVonOruonlgan Fred VonAllman Alfred Simpson George hfolmes Miss Mottle II Iteichonbuch Cummins Jos Ballou A 0 DunnS M Holme W EAmonW It Iaugherty H J Hoffman D Elmore Ieter W garter J Nevln Oarter J K Bruce W F Bhoraaker Thomas Ferrill Green terrlll p JConn jci007 Seeds assear tr arras f Sweet Pans Tall Nits turthnn and Dwarf Nasturtium in bulk at PENNYS DRUG STORE Stonford J Ky jMtitl Orders AUemlad to Promptly ohbzgooCompcaed rWe pay Gspocial Mention t Watch Clock and Jewelry ffle Jl 1pairingYour watch or cr kind of IIInohiller v 0110 part upon another when tho oil becomes dry Jta poor economy to neglect to have this due All repairing promptly attended to Call for your workitt ready f Have your Eyes examined and Glasses prop erly fitted MURRAY rIcADAMS Lending Jewelers Danville Ky The EmporiumHUSTONVILLE KY JI Will continue through February its Cut Prices in Every Department selling Blenched and Brown Cottons Ham burgs Outings Dress Goods Shoes and all Winter goods At Fire Sale PricesM CountclSIcd MR EMPORIUM rECrNo goods charged at these prices r Baby Match Sets Wo Imvo the annul figure yoking edging and insertion in match sets for Ijabys clothes They nro dainty and pretty mid reasonable in price Hand = Made Torschon Wo have n wide range of pntterna in tacos and insertions to match at fio toJCc Linens 11p arc showing nil the widths and many grades IGinch waist linens at 27o 20c and SOc 2 yonl wide Hum nhwting 81 8110 8150 i SEVERA1fCE SON2STANFORD= I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL BTANroitD KY FKI JI IgOr I OUR White Plot and Tar hat been tested and found thoroughly rellabl for coughs and colds Try It upon our recommendation and get your money bask If not Penny Drui Store PERSONALS A I JOHN H SHANKi hat been quit lillieL WBAUBN Qouiiua went to Louie vlllooo buslneis- MB 8 U NRWBLL of 1ulaikl II with Mr Job Jone Dii K J BROWN was at Wltolo on prufestlonal bu tneei Sunday Miss KLLA MAY SAUNUBIIS hoe been til for a week but le out again Miss FIIHUA MBIKH of Danville was yesterday en route to Corbin 1bero J W ADAMS has returned from a vlilt to her daughter In Lexington Miss JENNIE LYNN returned today from a visit to her ulster In Danvlllo Mil It L OOHKBV of Lebanon Juno lion spent Sunday with bli homefolki I hero COL J W GUIKT of Crab Orobard has been quite stole bet U now oonval j eieontI10KN to the wile of Mr U C Nuns neioy of the Turnerivllle section a I daughter MB J C KUHANK9 of Bubble who JU been III a loon time was able to ooruo to town today r XO GOOCH of MaKlnoey and M 0 lleynold of Waynetbiiriri Have our t thanks for good orders of lab prlnlloj- V MISS STHLLA UOILBY wont to Plat Lfok Saturday to take a po ltton a- iuaaber t lo the family of Mr J L Smith WILL C IKTTf of Crab Orchard ha aeMiiMd n be laee insides In lUai rjvtll awJ toll fw that play ti t andRKMIK MCRPHY tI Annie Cordler of lelwooB JuiwUon are guests at Mrt R I Marti at 1 Uovtlantl Mlt8 J A CAHIBNTBR has been to severalJdays Advocate bliss nATTir UICB celebrated her 18ih birthday Saturday by having soy u eral of her youncJrlend with her at a i splendid dinner sit J W KUHANKSof the has been greatly troubled lateII rMn a sore on hit hand which It cancer S It WALLS and family lofttblt afternoon for Oomlney 0 T to re- sidet A number of friend wore at tho depot to bid thorn farewell JIj M L DBNHAM was called to Lid to Saturday on account of the serious of hit parents Mr and Mr J 1 jnhatn They aro slightly Ira jd Mt Vernon Signal PAQB WOOD Olm the hand spoke I v power and clerk at the Newtonian 1Hotel In his desperate effort to shako with his friend the bear man last Monday foil and damaged his iraolllnff apparatus to such an extent al- f to materially mar his good looks Somerset JournalLOCALS ROMEO and Juliet at Walton Opt ra HouoTueday evening March 7 JUST received another big supply off cut glass W H Muol r i high quality terFOR SALFA pair of Dayton com t puling scalca at a bar aln J P Mc Glnnls Crab Orchard 2t TilE Ladles Aid yoftho Chris tlan church will meet with Mrs J G Carpenter at 230 Saturday afternoon v Jt l TUB weather is warmer and pros pects for rain aro good Thcrois less snow on the ground thanthoiohas bcou to months of the Methodist Sunday IrJJlLVIIEN lcd to send tholr mite boxes to Mre T D Honey by Friday I t next or Monday at the outside Mrs Adolla Woods TUB adjuster of the Phoenix Insur ance Co represented by Agent R B Mabony was in Crab Orchard yostor I day and allowed tho fun insurance ear rled by the Malone on their building n which burned last Friday morning 1i Tilt sleigh song will bo given In real sleigh and during snow storm at the pnterialnraeot Wodnetday evening at the Graded School I WILL pay you tbs highest market beforoITUB ladles of the Baptist oburoh ak us to nay that they will have an ex change April 21 and 22 at which time they will sell a lot of fanoy needle work etc INSIST on your grocer handling Wathburn k Crosbys Gold Medal Flour R II Wet At Oo Jobbers at Junction City handle thus splendid brand W Cloak ndJewelry repaired Satisfaction guaranteed Dla moods Silverware and Jewelry sold on small per cent Ollloe at reildenio on Lancaster street Robl Fennel ALL who Bro Interested in tho proa rue of music should attend the color talnment given by the little folks Wed ndeday evening Ticket on sale at MoRobert Drug Store Price 10 and 16o Reserved seats 26o COAL HusiNKfis FOB BALMCon sitting of bins scale etc A splendid itand and good business The proprie tor on account of III health la deter mined to toll Thl is a tine opportu pity for some one For particular see L It Hughes Stanford ICy TWO roving Italians with a dancing bear mado fun for the urchins and oth ere In the court house yard yesterday afternoon The performance was about the only thing that has been ablo to mutter os many as a corporals guard since the severe weather set It AT the Graded School on the evening of Washingtons birthday the children arc to reprt nt Colonial Dame and WinLltiKWHj Guard Many of Wash IORIOBS eool mporarle are to be teen Lafayette Tale Cornwall and Ar cold It ghosts Martha Washington Ladles of Honor sod toldler FIBK destroyed the Union Stouk yards at Lexington Sunday morning ontnlllng a lo of 112000 There were IS Jack and two stallions burned to death Tbo stockyard belonged to J F Cook l Co Tbo Blucgras Stock yards were burned on tho same site 12 years ago and at that tlmo the lots was 120000 Mr Cook the head of the con corn le a son of Mr and Mrs S It Cook of this place and bis legion of friend hero and elsewhere sympathize with him In hle bug financial loss GOOCH After a long illness of a complication of trouble Mr John Gooch breathed hll lanyostcrday oven log aged 81 lie Is survived by a wife who le a sister of Judge Willie Barnott of Rowland and four daughter Me dames James I Wilmot James Stan toy and Wm Boono and Miss Annie Gooch Mr Gooch was a splendid cit izen a doyout member of the Christian church and a good neighbor Ho ala brother of Mr William Conch do ceased and like him was ono of the staunchest men of the Gilberts Creek section Tbo burial occurred at Goshen church at 2 oclock this afternoon In the preonco of a large concourse of frlonde PHILLUSDr William Phillips died at his homo In tbo Walnut Flat section Sunday after a long Illness of consumption aged 211 Tho burial took place In tho graveyard at Uoihon yee terday after service at tho home at 10 A M by Rev Jordan Several years ago Dr Phillips graduated with honors at a dental college and being a handsome young man of good address ho bade fair to mako an enviable reputa tion In bis chosen profession But the dread disease began to gnaw at his vi tale ere ho bad gotten well Into his practice and soon be bad to hunt a more healthful climate Tho changes ho made did not prove beneficial how ever and finally ho was compelled to give up work entirely Ho has boon at the point of death for several week and more than once the report was cur rent that he had passed away Ho was a eon of the lato Iko S Phillips and Is survived by his mother brothers and sisters Dr Phillips made a profession of faith during his illness and was will Ing and ready to meet his Maker The sympathy of the community goes out to the family In tholr great distress y Make Money by Spending It I elete ettltr Tho father of tho owner of Crctcous the trotter that played togwith tho worlds trotting record was a multimillionaire On his donth bed ho sailluIf myson guts halt as much pleasure out of spending my money as I did in milking it I shall bo satisfied Equal pleasure may be yours madam in upending money at title storo during tho remainder of February as the prices wo are making on all mutctials fur white solving aro very much below the regular price and varieties touch greater than usual LAI robes horse blankets etc at J C MoClnrvn FUK SALK 450 Uenoenff plants mostly large ones A P Brooicett Stanford Ky DONT fort the huM Spoona more sale eeflrTJHbblB Thursday nut 23rd EM elsewhere what be hat to dlipOM HIOIIHST cash paid for beef bide lure feather etc by It H West b COi Junction City Get their prices before you tell ToMonnow It his birthday The ooeatloo will be fittingly celebrated hj an entertainment at the Graded School commencing at 8 P M Tills from the Lexington Leader will be a surprise to the gentleman many friend bore Joseph Sever auto of Nowtowo has resigned as pas tor of the Christian church of that place to aeeept a position with tho Qm gas Gas Engine Co of Winchester He will have charge of a branch olllco to bt opened In Louisville and will move to that city with hte family about March Mr Severance was graduated from Kentucky University and li well known In this city where his de Jlilon to quit the ministry will be ru oelved with regret The Husran Gas Engine Co lea new arm that has just begun the manufacture of a new typo of gas engine which U said to have many good features Mr Severance will have Ve Mra Kentucky Tennot sue and Southern Indiana as a field Were t hat to good a preacher as Mr Severance Is should IM lit to aban don the hlch calling of a minister of the gospel LIVINGSTON was hardly all busy Sat urday afternoon tw It usually U the day following the monthly vUltof the pay train when something close to 10000 le paid out there but tho merchants were not grumbling because of a lack of business On the contrary they were In One spirits and seemingly glad they wore living They were not disturbed either because of the report that the dlylilon Is eoon to be moved from their town for they dont believe a word of It A great many people think with them that Livingston will always be a pretty big headquarters for the L N The train dispatcher olllce there Is a busy place and when the writer called Sat urdayaflernoonMcisn W W Wright and W T Merlmee wore too busy with tbo trains to eyes look up for tome time By the way the former frlendt hero would like greatly to see him made chief train dispatcher and from what railroad mud say it will not belong before be Is appointed to the high position The numerous Lincoln coun ty people who now call Livingston homo are all doing well and are among that enterprising towns best citizens They cheerfully greet all people from Stanford and give hire tbo beet to bo had while he Is in their midst The Now Livingston Coal Co is a now en terprleo of which the town le justly proud It Is owned and managed by Qarrard county mon who have spared neither tlmo nor money In making It an uptodate mine and tbelr coal Is said to be the very boat in the market J Wesley Baker who sold his store at Livingston a few days ago shows his faith In the town by building an other storebouse In which to do bust nose MATRIMONIAL Another wife of Johann Boob was found In Baltimore Barris Spolgle aged 20 and Miss Clara Mayes 17 were married yester dayMrs Minnie B Gentry and D W Jackson were married at Richmond Jane of Richmond and Miss Ida May Portwoodof Booncsboro elop ed to Jelllco and were married A B Jones who ran a bucket dleaplpeered NOTICE I am ready to let contract for the Ditching of Turnpikes In this county Title Jan W liBi A 0 thlJr WANTED I want to Urn a rood stallion to Mike the spawn of IIGI Ilyvs a good stand Ad dress J J SMITH Ilrodhoad ICy PUBLIG SALE I will on Wodnendav March lit Direr at UbIlC sale at my homo titar Rowland the following One house and lot In Darstown tome household and kitchen fur nlture borne buggy Rod good milk cow Terms mado knownon day of sale RICE IIENOB J Chandler Auct Stanford Ky BLUE GRASS NURSERIES SPUING 1005 Trees by the million Fruit and Shade Small Fruits Urape Vines SLruDs gus Rhubarb and everything ordinarily found at such nn establishment Wo sell to the planter direct and have no agents Tree and Strawberry Catalogue nn application to II P IIiLLENMEYEIt k Lexington Ky Nice Home For Sale I laving decided to return to Somerset I otter for sale privately rav home on East Main Street In BI The residence Is sixroom cottage brand new bath room and all conveniences The lot contains about IK acre of land and the home Is a most delightful one For further particu lars call on or write me at Somerset J B Heck or Wm Rock nt Stanford Notice A stray pale red belter with a white bushy taU and und rhlt In Mt ear about 24 years old came to ray premises about Aug 1901 My residence Is In Lincoln count near Mt Salem Said sew was val ued at f M Thta Jan 18 lees W L LUCAS F It Compton J T L 0 Junk Store We pay hlfhwtcaih priM for bides eggs poultry fesUisre Msnip Inw rubber cop per bras tiN us before lea toll LAND E BUCHANAN Under Myers House Stanford PUBLICSALE Having sold t drug bUfUtst and decided to leave Crab Orchard I will on SATUKDAY MARCH II 1904 Sell at auction my cottage consisting of live rooms and large ball and all necessary outbuildings all new Also my hou8eltoldllnd- kltcben furniture TertMS equivalentH Orchard- J Chandler Auctioneer QaJl Traylor DEALER IX Whisk Brandy WInos Boor Clears EtG KYOlosPrompt sad polltt attention Nothing but the to lo drink Mall pnons cr ulegnpn order rtctlvs erompt attention HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I I desire to sell privately tev hotel proper ty and livery stable In Build lug can bo used as hotel or private residence and Is well arranged for two families Stable lies stalls and Is in good repair llen tywater at barn and hotel If house Is not told will rent It and can give pos Foeeeseiouof25 louse and barn newly covered Hotel Is In Graded School district For further particulars call on or address S OAUPENTEIt Hustonvllle Ky PUBLIC SALE Raving sold my farm I will on THUKSDAY FEU 23 1003 sell the following property tonlt 2 turn- Ing plows 3 double ehovela 2 tilnglQshov llafOond smoothing harrow cutting harrow Superior wheat drill Hoosler wheat drill I Deorlng corn harvester run only one season and good as new I Hocking Valley corn sheller cutting box righthand cut McCormack binder Tiger riding 2 horse cultivator as new Woodard hay frame 2 grain cradles fodder slide farm wagon a 1horso dump cart set of wagon gear and a lot of plow gear several log chains doub etrees singletrees and other articles too numerous to mention 2 spring wagons buggy brake curt toad brood mares gray work horse 0 years old 3yearold Hereford cow a 2vearold heifer yearling steer sotnehousehuld and kitchen furniture also u tow stacks of clean Mixed hay TERMS All sums of i0 and under cash In band over that amount a creditor 0 months with negotiable note payable at the Citizens National Dank of Janvllle and bearing no Interest sharpSalo miles east of Danville and 2j miles west of Hub ble on Hanging Fork creek JOHN M BPOONAMORE T D Kngllin Auctioneer uno u New Ginghams See the New Mohair effect in Ginghams We have a large and full stock Pino Crepe and Soisette These are two of the new wash fabrics for Spring 1005 They come in white midall the new stanch This is a plain tabric and looks like silkro tains its finish after washing Irice 25c per yard Amouskeg Seersucker The host wearing best washing material for boyswaists eels shirts and home dresses ever offered to the retail trade Price lOc per yard l The chanco of a lifo time Do not miss it Wo aro offering you the best Itange ever shown in this city Five year fire back always cold over door handle The best baker that money cats buy Call nail see it Special in ducements for 30 days GEORGE H FARRIS CO Stanford Ky Worth Your Attention i 15 Suits Cut to 1150j 10 Suits Cut to 800 Winter Weights Choice Patterns SplendidtQualities SEE TH- EMcunniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky TilL BARGAIN STORE Thousands of Dollars Worth of Seasonable Goods From the Great Bargain Sale of Sweeter Pcmbrook Coof New York Tins is an opportunity which seldom occurs Wo advise all who can to come as early as possible to attend this tho greatest sale wo have ever offered Ladles Furnishing Goods Ladies tailor mado suits worth 815 and 820 are on sale at 8450 to 750 Ladies uptodate Jackets 85 to 810 now on sale at 8250 to 84 Ladies and Misses Skirts worth 8150 up to 85are now on salo nt D8c to 82 48 Ladies corsets from 19c up Latest styles of petticoats from 59c up Ladies dress and coarse Shoes at USe and up Mons and Childrens Furnish- Ings Great line of Shoes for children from 15c up liens Dress and working Shoes from 98c up Mens Cloth ing from 83 a suit up Mens nice Overcoats from 8250 up Mena Ulldronsup Boys t Overcoats from 7lie Ohlldrensup S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY IHEJNTEKIORJOURNAL Entered in lit PotlOfta at Slartford ai ueonddau matte- rso1IwMnn TUHHUAYH AND FUIDVYH AT 100 PER YEAR CASH tar When not paid J200 wilt be charged J40e jKNOXVILLE DIVISION No 1ims12l6aro23H UMBRELLAS ae covered and repaired and made almost as good as new fur a amount I can fix your umbrella better than tho tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated lust outside of town limits on the Somerset llko House has 1 rooms kitchen and ser stable and Ml neceesarouulldlosgala Water hydrant In J P UAiLEP Jesse W Sweeney PPoralxron Livery Food and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky Horses well lod and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates The New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOABS Proprietor Electric Lights In every room Refurnished mi under entire New Management Bob the favorite potter meets all trains Urge Welllighted Simple Room BD CARTERSucceaor to Bruce Oarter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited ou commission HorscsI Stock p 11811 hSaloonCOOD 8 RICE Prors t Finest wines whisky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexingtons famous Blue- Grass Deer Ouse keg and bottled 0 Brent Southwood mixer Phone 86 Stan ford Ky JACK SALE I Fox Logan will hold their annual Jack ale at Danville Thursday March 2 I9O Open for ontrloi They hold as good a lac lie last year as was ever held In the Unl ted State N RVOus1fsflrrY Phialmonlaland i personal magntUfmi the true trw or perfect nuuihonL this the ant roiuUlt Ii good lirtlthr and meouldnlolmncanaohluorthIIm NrraLurei flea prtraeen SIpn and uther troublradua to ortr crkmoklnirdruK habit and other laU I yak rich healthy blood ami rij eIre atlctl nerves finall goal for women IlOokl1 free 1n11aNnelthaQoaante s perreii MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s At Pennys Drug Store J+ G+ JY1 cGwAfY UNDEltr A mt E8IBAOJER And Doalearln- L BNESS SADDLEBT SO Stanford Kyv J Le Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmer AUODUI lnrnllnrc1rlatUn28Rngsrhoy kindi of Stock Give them a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY aELe sir rri- 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 ship We carry the largest stock of Monuments i Markers and Tablets of Marble and Granite in Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None c heapefWM ADAMS SON Lexington Ky DO YOU NEED A fountain Syringe Yt Household Syringe n Mot Water flattie or fin Jtto mizor flulb ifso I have a NE Y STOCK to select from you know All tubber Goods deteriorate with age anil in order to get value received for your jnoney it is uecesfury to buy only New Goods Will make you the lowest pricciI N Craig M D Pharmacist Phone No 13 I Stanford Kentucky TO THE FARMERSIear ItMS necessary to have good fences to protect your crops So if you will call and soe us we out furnish you The American Fence the best woven fence on the market W- ellye just received carload of this fence mid will make the price suit Call and see us W E PerkinsCrab OrchardKy LAND STOCK CROPS ETC Lutes It Co told In Loulevlllo a car load of hose at 412 calfkArch Betty Drook by Silent Brookchanfj ed hands at Lexington at 17500- Juduo J P Balloy Bold to Mark Bar din three cows and calves for 8175 I C Brown bought of W C Cloyd a two yearold Jack for 1400 and cold to different parties 225 barrels of corn at 1285 at the crib Emperor No 27 the splendid aged jack at the hoed of I S Tovls1 herd fell on tho Ico and died from the effects of It Be costs Mr Tcvla 1010 but made him 910000 or morn He was 11 years old- DMnJLU COURT There was some activity In the horse and mule trade at Danville court yesterday but not a hoof of cattle was on the market Good horses brought S75 to 1200 and mules 175 to 8JGO The LN Railroad has purchased of Warren Bacon twentytire acres of land at the junction of the Lexington and Richmond branches In Parts for 10 000 to bo used in extending their tracks In the yards Miss Dora Wolfmaler of Galcsburg claims to be tho champion young woman buttermaker of Illinois Last year from the milk of five cows she made 1270 pounds She did all the work herself and the butter was of fine quality THE Central Ky Real Estate Ex change kTltlo Co hoe for sale two tracts of land lying la the Southern end of Lincoln county near Southern railway One tract consists of 33 acres the other live acres Tho owner of this property lives at a distance and wo are Instructed to sell It privately It must go The best bid gets It For further particulars tea or addressL R Hughe Stanford Ky Our old friend J O McAllister writes as follows from Lexington If you have any Lincoln county friend who has a real good trotter that be wants trained tell him to send him to a man who trains and races them and gets the money and sells them and gets the high dollar In the Kentucky Sale Cos sale last week iny bones a crag ed S9i more than any consignment In the sale that had as many and averag ed more than twice at much as Walnut Halls consignment I handled every one myself and did not sell my best either I have broke trained raced and sold two for 12016 that no other man ever speeded until they were sold so If any of my Lincoln county friends have the goods toll them to send them along and I will get the coin I have the beet stable of horses I over had to start on In the spring We are located at 32 S Broadway Park and will heeled to see any of our Lincoln county friends when they are In Lexington Backward turn backward 0 Time Id thy flight Give me July again just for tonlehl I am disgusted with snow and with Ice Hear my rich warble and take my advice Turn back the clock till It reads Aug ust one Give mo some dog days and give mo some sun Give me mosquitoes and give me some tiles Turn on the heat before everyone dies Bring back my straw bat and good linen pants Give me a chance to live ob give me a chance Gerald Sullivan When It looks like all Is up Keep Djlolnl Drain the sweetness from the cup Keep a goln See the wild birds on the wing Hear the belle that sweetly sing W hen you feel like elngln slog Keep figolo Better to fall than sit In Idlecase That which our noble selves would bo wo are May Lenox Agonizing Burns Are instantly relieved and perfectly heal ed by Uncklons Arnica Salvo C ICiv enbark Jrl of Norfolk Va writes I burnt my knee so dreadfully that it blistered It all over Bucklcns Arnica Salvo stopped the pain and healed It without a car Also heals all wounds and cores 25c at Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyne Brae Crab Orchard Theres an odd little saying weve known If for years I am from Missouri to quiet my fears Youll have to show me1 But now theres another thats making a bit I am from Ohio dont bother a bit Ill tako your word fur It Tho method allopathic So I have understood And the homeopathic system Will do your body good But If you would stay healthy Upon this mundane ball The stralghiandnarrowpathlc lathe very best of all Ono cold wave as the bard hath said Upon anothers heels doth tread We hardly speed the parting guest Before Its brother from the West Has sUpped In ere the door was shut And banded us an uppercut Chicago News CURES WITHOUT STOMACH DOS ING Hyomei Curos Catarah by Sim pIe Breathing Ponry Re funds Money if It Falls To Cute A long stride towards solving tho mys tery of curing catarrh was taken with iii discovery of Ilyomol In fact the per centage of cures by this treatment prove- it equal to the final teat The folly of taking medicine Into the stomach to euro catarrh of tho nose he throat and the lungs hts been realized by physlclanr but not until Ilyomei was known had they a practical method that would obviate stomach drugging A complete Hyomei outfit costs but 81 anti consists of a urst pocket Inhaler tbt can be used anywhere without attracting attention a medicine dropper and a bot tie of Hyomei Extra bottles of Hyomcl cost but 500- Breathing llromcl throuJh tho inhaler every particle of air that enters the note throat and lungs is charged with a heal ing balsam that soothes and allays all Ir ritation kills the catarrhal germs sad en riches tho blood with additional otono Penny his roach faith in the power of Hyomui to cure catarrh that ho to tell log it under his personal guarantee to re fund the money If it does not give peal live relief The Modern Novel Chapter The prettiest girl you ever saw Chapter 2 The young man Interviews her ps- Cbapttr 1 A wedding grand without a flaw Chapter Aeoatba toara lot of Jaw Chapter L Im going back homo to my ma Chapter 0 Her maiden name restored bylaw The Killer Chamberlains Cough Remod The Mothers Favorite The soothing and healing properties of this remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made It a fa vorite with people everywhere Ii Is rn pccially prized by mothers of small child ren for colds croup and whooping cough as It always a Cords quick relief old Mlt contains no opium or other harmful drug it may bs given us confidently to a baby as to an adult For sate by Lynn lro Crab Orchard aems Dan Cupid Is a marksman bold hut heres a secret keep It dark The little rogue is growing old And now prefers an easy mark It will pay you to keep ChamborlainB Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy i your home It only costs a quarter Sot by Lynn iiro Crab Orchard WANTED I Turkey Duekt Geese and Clilrkens i Ulgbest cash market price II II NOIITHCOTT Stanford Ky n A S PRICK jjurgeon Dentist Stanford Ky IOmllOnCOAL AND FEED We dual In best brands of coal and all kinds of feed Kindly for in with your orders Phone 118 JtucK HRO- HKotrland Kj NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBSS ft CLASK30N Pren JUNCTION CITY KVI firstClass Turnouts at HeaaonabU Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain and Uay For SalllI EVERYBODY IS NOT A TAILOR I laving been In the Tailoring business all my life I feol confident in saying I represent one of the beat tailoring firms In the country With my experience in taking measures and dlrtctons I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory- as my many patrons In this line will bear me out Sly prices are tbe same as inexperienced men who are In the business I also have a nice line of fancy cheviot and otber Buitlngs I will cut and make if ou desire at a modeiato price ThankiIng you for pest favors I am yours H C KUILEY the Tailor n BKe MahonyInsuranG6 5 Solicits a share of the patronage of the property owners in the counties incoln and Casey who may be seeking In surance against Kiro Lightningtand Tornado None and best OldLine Corn panics represented and the low est possible rates aro guaranteed Phone 8- 2Stanford Kentucky First National ankotStanfordCapital Ky orlglnallyetabUlhedothen roorranlted rts tho National Hank of ase1182 having had practically an unifierrupted existence for 13 year It It lettersupplied now with faclltlo for tranact norbeforeAccounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited I T Directors J n Paxton J It Owiley II Hliauki W O Walker Oeo W Carter j II 1oiter L 0 Uooch Wit Utimralni w II Shank Buoceiiori to Tbs Farmers Hank A Trust Company and under same BAN Hoping such bnslness relations will prove mutually beneficial f No M M sere el ualmproT land In Ire wlle reel tlaloul Sutlon Da r No Huallfarm ham nrll from Man font llounol fimrgooJ rooms back porch and Teraoda uool barn and olbr bulMlnici In ixxl mialr Cut Inslx lMi well bnrrd all urn In ultlTstlon on aer In troll tees rrtt In IrarBought at ramntlHloirri Hie st txrftln and ran baWt harfaln Clow school cal iburth lrit tM pr arn 0 fU Thlaisabargain No MA farm of 1M gem la Cur cwinlr Kr OnuaoJonehiK ilurr dIII1 cUb sli Will s ro In culllrsllon ern s n raU terra 117wl on ruuntr ead dual W cburrbM eta Irlw only N a WOarr iil ed la lorry manly Ky trttmurrof the North Four eels efeeal aryl fret to slc feel lUter rMIWU u lie store met rallioid Is Mtreye l mile of old prolrrty lb Outer oak etc TlUei feet Will seller e UIe on 11 r teratt- N eA nice Ioterr eiht roof IoMe HlnoN llaalwo negro eaUn an liar whisk rent r II rrents for slyer realh Tbls Me erlr U In sousl repair ant ran t 8 homht tr tliw itenaat el hock and ell all In church shoat Be4gbliorboftd Vu sae In eelUntNo reel In grw and Hrtwrk Till IRdeal country home u all XMUMIWIW M H aw ralrs etc watered vllb II noter JaHinj prlDfi etc lrlc ietonsMe 0irrwoflandon rllp from Somenet 7rut In n Sold Korly aerw U culUfa lion 40 Dwell contains aeten rooms Fend did relr Itred frti ft80 No 2aIfieru of Iad In rON taunt Ku Is mllnfroin railroad and olio Irew Aikauu river Setenly Bcrwotland U river latter arttIIod and In gnue This land Is for sale or caching ttatl Lincoln county Tbrt good dwelling good bunt aed oilier out buildings Neb hew Urn etc abejil lie rentof 100 acres All on county wile fret church school and rMtorOre well and well watered This Ii a gout lokaera farm and would- cult two or thr e fawlllve that night want M come from Itiesain neighborhood Irlce rewonaM No Twostorr frareJvNllosef all rues two halls rranda well at leer a1 all oiler- nereary outbulldlnit Alto large UaekiMllli shop SeeSO and bed length of alup and le fret wide This iireperiy will t 1al a very low prlre No 9A farm of arm tour wile roux ftan bat pU In the coasts well waten1 fencing good dwelling froala pte ill mtrvoutbuilding llealld Cue guns leer 4 Jialniileedrl e from county mat ke larin aJlotnlng this boa rwe lly t4J acre We oOirthusstNtAu- No MKlfly um near llraaaot 1alnt Ky Frame house rooms and orcb Warn and other ontbulldlBgi Sioireln eulllratlon real In llm tier Well watered coil church lays well onpltlal In IUU cow munlty Lure l650 No l3230 acre farm fi tulle of Crab Orchard Ky llrlck dwelling Brooms two tenant hours two barD well and spring near dwelling Fanaln high slatl ol culllratlon 160 urN river bottom land Oval fencing frull etc Price M7W ao uno NorrA nke farm al IllghlanJ well Improv well watered etc Peke sine rod south of Dunnvllle too acres In cultivation I vt acres In timber and rest In sass A loge new frame dwell Inlt also an old dwelling on place new lam IwoolJones Itlfcell wdered and the leaving Is On public road Price liwo Also a 50 barrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Salt River Steam rawer new up todate In every particular ana good dwell ing with 20 acres of tine land clan to Southern railroad IrlcefU 000 No 7frrA errN of lend near Junction Cl11ruUa eeveaueldi 25 acres In culllrsllon reel In grau a nilll orchrd nd 0 or lb gape her bore In Kentucky Tarty sold 500 nouods of room tome dwelllofRood Urn etc all In goof repair tike fW50 Also 11 acre of Florida land In Mann vlllu On railroad street through placu leavings acres on one ilde with 2story 5aroom house nevi oranges reaeho pole plums pruHi all haarlDg and 8 acme un otber vide with 6 room one Htory house or anges peaches pear plum seeress bear ng All for 12000 or the 6 acres for 11600 and the S acres for SI 100 A Ilullltt county Ky farm of 100 acres with good 3story house metal roof barns P witter etc 110 acres of timber that will make ties stave barrel timber Ground will grow wheat corn tobacco etc onlyh2000 H cash 1lnco has 400 fruit 171 acres mllo Ilardiitown Junction nul lilt county Ky 120 acres balance In timber good three with hell new log burn smoko house wood hound fine well good Nprlngs nod running water two orchards three room tenant house Ill beautiful farm and productive for 13500 12000 lu one wo and three years 122 acres three miles of Wllltsburg Wash to ington county Ky 118 acres cultivated 6 acres In beech timber well cistern sprlnps orchard story six room framo house veranda collar barn cribs wood house amako house ben heneC ache on the form Thl M a good farm worth the money 82800 JI250 cash balance ono and two years i r J HOOKER Preit 8T IlAimis V Ires i 1Vr Dlreotorsl V Iteld Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J S Hooker Stanford K I Tanner McKinney II Rlmore Stanford 8 II llaurhman Stanford T I Stanford Jai Robinson Hubbl 115 Itaucbmnn Stanford J M 1ettui Stanford 0 E Tale Stanford LINCOLN CAPITAL COUNTY STOCK ABANK 1 IIrlfbtIt continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR K- ACCOUNT Officers if s n President J p Paxton Vice 1rwlJeot W M HUIOtlT Cashier Wi U WAIKRU Asst Oathler Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange CompanyStanford fryLodaJjNalogsNdforilea rwwe- goolDrnaodolheroulwlldlaga 100I1R000lhI wlhcvacretaSoorgolgaN DwN3lxkttehen swath- ThdwNhag IinatberannneauyfoutMslbllaph praoe- nllmlendlngaa1 relnvlxreIalaaelallrlwt cuaryoutlHilldingi Larptarnandallnec Afarmof300acealn reluwdrl fcowpaatotStshuol 14asannnflandofJamestown Improvements goalfnun uultlvstrdt Officers SIIANKSII storyalworks In kluben cal ftwllj room jooJ barn and all once iry oulrmlhllnfi liar well faedwand In good repair HomoaWntHxt HM IIbelWo Mrarrs ol UlaemlnCa ewuntv ToJItery frame dwelling e rood birni and otbe J tobaerelandNa fsrucf lia saws In Isar r raantr A olddwellinghuUdlno fit niunir road taUrm land i 1Iraloleaadaocad wl lYkltt9 ho II Stir rear tiffrlltitf grill cellar oat tl DriacI JNoand Ttrarxla Seoul garden safes and heron la good r ilr Koralcorrrnt 1tlemnaablaNo Kara of IM arm allutlol par Klngv still KyM arm In cultivation M In Umtvrrril la scar sell sateen Iwo gad bares and other toCOuUIMbool nmtotVw and C depot rrwrtv lies oa dlnbtIIUIIIRfur n 00 or U petrel uf MI 1 than lo atm to ivltpvrebairr Thille natal cbr fnftnj J LoJInlap t wells In yard aplMtdld orchard and 1 urnin lrleesoleNolleuLnualJrartentrallseolaclyRallutLs Co M Nlnttr arm of Und aaar IIfairntttr f Illng Spring lrlctlMO leI18InsaySerialNo TI2e acrrs of god land sir races Iwo story l Jllng well watered good leering Is la IhNlye5uefeNsJwalaunJWsoul Irlw rraeaa- blNa17eronusfeetlsgand ene aero o load In Klnftrlll Kjr largo barn rote Ls1ea Ar All bulHllBgi and rC In gwi rtpalr 1rkollM No luTon urge N lad two story front wt lags aMM ruoana lulls Me DOOM la new a real gsnlee and plrhlll urrbnl ol t t use hoolog pol two staWse burn hew smeio house Me god well nB ryare lhrre kdr a II Mill oo tbo plan a g oil crusher Is ulll II ta run eral lower whlh Is a grout teoeny sad Iho dais lowfigureNoM Feel hotel largo tour double Nan lea ballway Etc largv i story atororooio fronting street to Irrl true hotel up stairs pulls Mfrilw lug t sin cottage nkrJ turf label rerlnd xlnM rooms and veranda each A ugo Urn on vale lot used as llrtrr atablo Oood garden Vacant lot adjoining M tt front by eel deep All of this prvjvrty lain London Ky lwuoylbprlelor r month Onanount of III health of his wife enl UtbDIfuNo 71A nice four room roltagr water In kllchfn good Urn coal house etc sad a good garden ITIra lea No 7AA mall farm of 75 nee of good land loralwl dON to town Irke t160I325 acme In Allen road and pike about acres cuIUYat dIabout US In timber and grail and lIoutJIO In grass Timber on place Is cut to 19 hlnlleatho place twice ovor A lergepart Is fenced There are four of rooms each and ono utore of twogtorles with rooms above has wells and springs of water Is In 2 miles of county seat and prows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 12100One haltrCall J I countyIypowerthetodate roller mill with burrs for corn and Il tnual bolt The englno Is ot years runt II cres with the mill Including what Is with the boa u of rooms All for Io50 500 for the mill and 14 acres Ono halt llns line Undo No mill In 10 mills No vs IJO acrts of cotton land In There no sectkin of country which olfe rs so cluhIopporlunlllesfarprofiuNelnveNmenlnthe tl Irl Delta whkh Is now fitly described as ertly Valley The timber U bwomlnc more able all the time fur the reason that lumber from the North where the supply nf timber dlralnlthlnc are constantly Increailni their per of timber land In the South When the er Is removed the and Is unequaled for agrlculiu ral purpoies It will produce a hie of fallen to tin cre or will grow other kind of crop raited in he temperate zone The soil needs no frrlllliers and lowheand timber lands at present priers Is making an In a vnlment that he will never regret This land Is vUad Inlu tracts ranging Iron to acres to the trad t perusetoare authoriied by the company who owns these land sure that at other parties are considering tie cubledtoprior nouahforuooo acres of this land has been sold by the Com Isl ruulan i