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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 SEMI=WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXII STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1905 3 P M NO 104 j POLITICAL Three moro election olllcers of Den dorwero found guilty of frauds and t sentenced to jell The House Election Committee de tided that tho three principal In the Eleventh Kentucky election contest shall be allowed 2000 each for expense Hou e bold a Sunday eaten of 14 throe hour In memory of threo de ceased member MMiooev of Illinois Crof of Swiss Carolina any Oil of i Now York Jamet Vardamin ol MUslulppi bal dcfloltely decided to oppose Con gresjman John Sharp Wllllatn for the United State Senate Fie will rely on MlsslstlpplanB1 belief In hli own at 1lackon President Roosevelt to win him votes The Sonata sluing as a court nf Im peachment for the trial of Charles Swayoe dUtrlot Judge fer the Northern dUtrlot of Florida acquitted burn tIIon nil of the IS charge of Irapeaob brought by the nonce of Repre leentattre Ioatlon of Jane M Rleb ardioo of Barren ms State PrUon Com lmtesloor was ueoeptwl by Oov Betk haw It becomes etfeoUve tontrarrow Col Harvey MoCutcneon will eeaod CnegresetnaeIoated by the detnoemt mayor of tbatelty The platform adopt ed urges the bringing about nf munlol pal owoorahlp of etret oar line and other public uttlHIo and the con tructlon of subways to be owned sad perpetually operated by the oILy t Senator McCreary appeared before tho Senate Committee on Commerce mind suoeeeded In hating a provision I for a 150000 appropriation to complete lock and dam No It of the Kentucky river inserted to the River sad Har bore bill Tbl turn was neoeamry 181 f addition to t17 ono on hand to com plete the ImlirOflmeot4ICotgre itnan D C Kdward wbo bat been In Washington Iural weeks In the interest nf his contetl acatn t Cnnj rCman hunter forateatlo CoeirrMi reached home to day 11uu hIt hard ly thinks the commute will take any action on the mailer before adjourn meet He says he U till hopeful of tecurln the appointment of Judge at collector at Danville Lon don dUpatch to C JIRev Denjimln W Afhlojr In jail at Newport Tenn on a charge of per jury and may alto be prosecuted for blum A hiey U a minuter of the 1 CbrUtiao fhorch THE BARGAIN STORE Thousands Dollars Worth Seasonable Goods IILrcolU Ladles Goods 816tS20 nro on rule gl 80to 760 uptotlnto Jackets 85 to now on nt 8250 to 81 nod Skirts worth 81BO up to 5 are now solo ill 08o to rules from 19o up JI of petticoats from C9c up drowinnd coareo at l8c and up IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Jackson Caldwell accct 80 U dead BovlB T J Dunnegau aged le Pulaikl The First Presbyterian church at Lawrenoeburg WM destroyed by Fire The whereabouts of A li Jones ihu Danville buukot bop man U still mystery Tnoun Sutton a bridge employe way fatally hurtby a loll from a derrick at Burnlde James H AirrU aged 05 and oae of Laurel county lint citizen is dead at Parrlttton A barn belonging to Dr J li flow ling at Perryvtllu was partially ds atroyod by fire Harvey McDonald died ul Harbour vllle from the olltui of lojurle reaulv ed to HB nooldanl Mr Martha Qolltolaw of the Lut trll Crtek Motion of CitMy died afN a lingering illness B oat of dUappolniraent In lore Kraron lteiell Uiaid tobuveo minlue at tllddlburo Tle NaUoaal nlIk ol Oorbln has porcbawo trouod upon which t erect lure bunk build III and laaas dew broke Jail at Manchester They had Mee ile six mootb eaoli for hOIOlllhOCKlnl We are for Arth r Y Ford lor gov rw of Kentoeky and for Robert E UMfbe for the next bet thing a be- IM It Uf the Jory County Local Charlie Green n 10 year old boy was convicted In the Laurel olreult court of the murder of hie father Milt Green mod sentenced to 21 years In the penI- tentiary John Woodward has organized a company to bo known De tho Cumberland Flver Telephoto Company and wilt begin at onoa to construct lines frost UarbourvtIU to Knely Tenn via Wllllamburg A naratd Stewart Jubnton was arrested HI Jaokooo Miss charged with atiaultlog MIM Marsh u white Brl of the olty were much ex cited over the crime and to avoid aI poixlble lynching the prtHinor way tak Ion away from the jell by the ollloer Gov Vardaman ordered the formation of a regiment at a public meeting HI a result of the excited condition of the community Pllliburg Birmingham and Charle ton capitalists have just completed a deal for 20000 ocrs of coal and timber land In Letcber count on Cutthln creek f of of tie Grout IJargnin Sole of Sweeter Pembniok Cu of New York an opportunity which seldom occurs Ve mlvife nil who can to come as wblo to attend thin the greatest isle wo have over altered Furnishing and at Ladies 810 silo Ladies Misses on 82 48 corjota Latest styles Ladies Shoes 00 dead tnlelda First Tbnwm Colletta Jest Negro People Mens and Childrens Furnish- Ings Grout Ihio of Shoes for children from 16o up Mails Drum nnd working Shoos from tSc up Moos Cloth ing from 83 n suit up Mens nice Overcoats from 82RO up Mens Sunday Vomits from 7fic up Chil drens nice threepiece suits from 75c upBoysdronrf nnd LadicsStockinga from lc up S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY j 4 THE HARRODSBURG SALES CO Will Hold Their First Combination Sale of nigh Class Horses Consisting of Humes Horses lloadslors Trotters Pacers Saddlers and Matched Pairs at The Arcade Stables on Main St Harrodsburg Ky March 22ndand 23rd 1Will also sell a number of Good Jacks and Muleso- on Afternoon of March 23rd Early Consignments Solicited For Information and Entry Ulanks address N I BUSTER JR Secretary Harrodsburg Ky Entries close March 4 1005 Col G A lain and Sam W Kidd Actors p t NEWS NOTES IAt Macon 111 u lather and ton com muted HulcldoI anthe result of a fail 1005 will have 53 Sundays or five month with live Sundays each Three hundred corpses woro found In lainaTho Grand Opera house at AlcronO was burned entulllnjr a loss of 830000 In a Vlncennes lad button factory n young woman was scalped by ma chinery An unknown young man committed suicide In the balcony of a crowded Chicago theatre Fire at Hot Sprint Ark diitroved property worth probnblyn million dol para Three lives were lust A nursery matron at Elizabeth N J who fatally scalded a child was convicted of nmnslaucbter thro LAN committed suicide at his homo In Bowling Green by taking morphine At Oklahoma CltyOkla Abe Couch a potlMtnan shot and Killed one woman fatally wounded another and killed him selfo Daniel Dwyer a PUuburg Pa olec baingotaken to J ill charged with ballot box stuffing Carbolic acid was thrown into the faoe of the chairman of the St Louis republican committee by a former sten ographer Criminal proceeding will be begun at once against the Prairie 011 and Gas Co In every county In which It operates In Kansas An explosion In the mine of the United States Coal and Coko Company at Wllcoe W Va caused the death of over a tcoro of miner When put on the witness stand at Cleveland Mr Chadwlok refused to answer any questions pat to her even refusing to toll her name The Tenni M e court of appeals de olded tho famous Goodwin will case by which the Goodwin Institute at Mem phis gets about 1500000 The Ice gorge between LouUvllle and Madison broke Sunday and began- to How over the fall Two coal barges wero sunk near Louisville The leaden como recently unearthed In Parts does not contain the bones of John Paul Jones but those of an Eng lishman who died In 1703 It was announced by Judge Robert L Stout of Versailles that tho trial of Caleb Powers would not be called before the last of may or first of June Copt Wm S Winder an aged Con federate veteran who bad read Dr Oilers view that men over 40 were useless committed suicide In Balti moreJ Brunt ono of the bestknown men of the Green river section of Ken lucky died at Munfordvllle aged 77 For 23 years hu was county clerk of Bart county In Louisville Clarence Neumeyer shot Iluban Trand carrier for the Times and Courier Journal mistaking him for a burglar The bullet lodged In Traads leemaklng amputation nee OHryTh New York court overruled the motion of the defendant for a new trial In the suit In which John O Under wood recovered a verdict of 910000 aBttlnnttbo Confederate Memorial As MMlallon The Clinch Valley and Coko Co has sold to the Pulaskl Iron Company of Philadelphia 10000 acres of mineral land In Lee Scott and Wise counties Va The price paid was 1510000 Jno Wannamakor le ono of the etockhold ortlMr Susan Clay widow of James B Clay who WAS a son of the Immortal Dcnry Clay tho mother of the late Henry Clay and slater of the late Col It T Jacob and Charles D Jacob of Louisville passed away at Lexington tho last of her generation Japan through her minister at Washington has emphatically denied all report that ebe Is suing for peace or that any act of Minister Takiuara can be so construed Tho minister asserts that Japan has mado all arrangements to carry on tho war for at least another yearTbo Russian town of Verchojansk Siberia again makes goodifa cjalm of being the coldest placo on the face of the earth Tho average temperature this winter is 51 2 degree and several times tho thereraotnoter full to 00 Cel sius A week ago tbo garrison thought Itself In tbo lap of Spring as It was only 23 below zero Siok Headache This distressing ailment results from n disordered condition of the stomach AUI that e neeilej to cflect a cure la a dose orI two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets In fact the attack may bo ward ed oft or greatly lessened In severity by taking a dose of these Tablets as soon as the first symptoms of an attack appears Sold by Lyno Uros Crab Orchard HUSTONVILLE D C Allen shipped a carload of bogs to Cincinnati Saturday for which hu paid 3Io- There will be preaching at the Prep byterlan church by Rev S Lander of Danville next Sunday Glen Mary Coal 12jo and cannel coal 10c Coal on hands at all times W S Wlgham Moreland tf Mlt Kit Newburn has returned from a very pleasant two weeks visit to Mrs K L Terbune at Bradfordiville Carroll B Reid left for Louisville Friday after spending several days with his parents W H McCauley ofi St Louis was a visitor In our city the put week Mrs H El McAnlncb who fractured a limb by a full last week on the Ice Iei reported In a very serious condition and hr many friends and relative have been notified J H UcHargue sold his hemp crop last week At 1460 per owl straigh- ills crop Is turning out much bettor than he expeoted after the worst drouth the West End over experienced Dr Carl Wheeler and wife of Lex ington spent Sunday and Monday with Ibis parent at the Emporium Hats Mrs Wheeler le a mnslolan of exceed Iv One attainment being a mandolin virtuoso and a pianist of rare touch and expres sion The Harkncg Fox Comedy Com pany with brass band and orchestra holds the boards at Alcornfl Opera House Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday nights this week with a charge of program each night Popu lar prices Dont miss It W R WII tam Mangr John K Baugbman sold a buyer PreeItonWm Baughman a saddle horse for JIWrlof an Oa Time mare for such a be U ashamed to name It pricej Mrs Sophia Badgett and family sire to extend heir sincere thanks to at relatives friend and neighbor for aid and sympathy extended to them up on the sad bereavement of a beloved husband and father and to tho pallbearers to the Rey Coleman for his kind end loving words of condolence to the choir and for the beaullfullfloral tributes of love esteem and respect The Court of Appeals took oral teed mony and heard tbo reading of depose lions In the case of James Hargl and others against Judge Walts Parker asking for a writ of prohibition restraining the Fayette circuit court from assuming jurisdiction of the trial of cases against defendants for complicity In the murder of James Cock rill town marshal of Jackson Twenty witnesses wore heard Including the de fondant Alex Hargls admitted that as early as September last be sought legal advice as to having himself his brothers and Ed Callaban arrested b6 the Droaibltt authorities In order to escape tbo jurisdiction of tho Fayetto circuit court Ho also admItted that the warrants for their arrest In Janua ry were issued at the Instance of their own attorneys He denied however as did James Hargls and Elbert Hat gls that collusion was reported in to defeat the ends of justice Arguments were made before the court by Com raonwealla Attorney John HllIeo and the ion Jore R Morton for the State and by the lion Lewis McQuovvn for tho defendants The court granted both sides until today to the briefs when the case will be taken under ad vlsemont and a decision announced later MAHKSIIUKY Little Robert Rico youngest son of A J Rice was badly burned Thursday by his clothes catch log Ore The C E Society met with Mrs R A McGralb Jr Thursday M F Rout and Mrs N H Boglo are on the sick list Rev F M Tinder of Lancaster met wlthltho Christian En deavor Society Thursday Mlse Geor gin Dunn and brother Lytle are visit log al Paint Lick MUsSaraCook has returned to her homo at Stanford af ter a visit to her cousins the Misses Simpson Miss Knap West will begin a subscription school at Rlcoa Acad emy on the first Monday In March Our farmers arc delivering tobacco to Harrodsburg at prices ranging from Oi to 13o Dr Fink has been called from Louisville to see Mrs Pattonwho Is quite alck Mrs H D Aldildge of Stanford was vlslllog her daughter Mrs Dr Durham Saturday and Sun day Agonizing Burns Arc instantly relieved mud perfectly healed by liuoklcns Arnica Salvo O lily enbark Jr of Norfolk Va writes I burnt my knee so dreadfully that it bile tered it all over Bucklcns Arnica Salvo stopped the pain and healed It without a scar Also heals all wounds and sores 25c at Penny1 Drug Store Stafford antI Lynn Uros Crab Orchard New Store Clearance Sale In order to make room for our Spring stock which will be coming in shortly we have decided to cut down the PIUCES of our stuck of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Ladies Cloaks Jackets Skirts and Ladies and Gouts Furnishings To be appreciated you must sea the bar gains wo uro offering to you therefore we invite you to come son and bo convinced of the bargains we are offering Dont miss the opportunity of swing our goods before you buy elsewhere mtdeatetSAM ROBINSON nk1Next Door to Lincoln County Nat STANFORD KY t Leave your order with W H HIGGINS For a big bill of Groceries Field Seeds Farming Implements Etc Garden Hcedstnow in stoc- kSTANFORD KY LaPorte Vehicles o = Honest Work Attractive Styles Over 300 of these pleasure vehicles have been sold in Lincoln count which is of itself evidence of their merits The follow ing list representative citizens who are using Lalortc Vehicles is mado up trout memory there are many others to all of whom we refer as to evidence of the worth of this work Preston Ikuk Hon J S Ouwley Sr J C McClary- a F Cwmmini How M C SapfUy J B Paxton lion H C Warren Rowan Saufiey John Beck J R Deader Livery J H Boone Co Livery- I M Bruce Livery L R Hupheti W P Grimes S hooker Dank Prodt- it John Lynn W it OOannon Andrew Gooch ReynoldsJ M S Baughman Ju H Daughmap no S Daughman TraylorT Col T P Hill J W Drooks Jack Beasley Underwood Luther Underwood Crit Hnbankt Ho4art Sims J K anArsdale John IJingaman James Hajs 1C Ballev Duduerar Porter Robinson Sidney Dunbar 1J P Woods Robert Woods James Woods nHtgglnlJ f Sam W Menefee S J Embry Sr E T Peace E C Walton C V Gentry W C Shanks W W Withers haysJames Judge J P Bailey tV R Denham A C Carman C Vanoy H J Darst Full carload of these popular vehicles re cently received by E T Pence Co Agents for Lincoln County What is Home Without a Good Roof On It Will you need n new roof on yourjliouso r Are you going to linihl If so it will do no harm to get my prices on roofing When n shinglo roof gets old and n dry spell conies think of the conse qtioncus ifti spark falls on it While you can throw a handful of fire on n metal roof without danger S H MLDRIDGE Phone lIGJDepot St Stanford Ky Buy your Drugs Stationery Etc during 1905 of UbeB MoRoberts 11STANORO And Save Money t dE INTERIOR JOURNAL E C WALTON THE mayor of Richmond Va eeem to boa goodp goody old eoul whoso modesty rebels on the sllRhteet provo catloo The eight of a female leg ex cuse ue limb whether real or Imag inary seems to strike him with a holy horror to such an extent ae to throw him Into conniptions A comic oper a company whose female cast made up bsauty of limb what they lacked In melody of voice wa to bhowt In the city and all the dead walls were coil erred with counterfeit presentments of beauties In tights or with eklru very much abbreviated The mayor eaw them blushed btsblnd hla fan and ordered forthwith that the pictures bo tore down or that white papor be past ed over the objectionable lowartxtrem Itlca Be also ordered that all contra vances for showing how pretty a lag would look In certain hosiery should be removed from the dry goods windows and that nothing be left to remind one of the beauty of the female form dl vino Meanwhile the contry U making sport of the crazy old crank and think- Ing that a man who cannot appreciate such beauties of nature is lit for trea- sons strategems and spoils and should not bo trusted with oQlce TRULY there Is nothing new under the sun Dr William Osier professor of medicine In Johns Hopkins Univer sity Is getting much advertising and creating great comment because he de claree that men are not much account after 40 and that If they are permitted to live till 60 thevihouldbe put todeith by chloroform Thla was a favoclte theory of the late Judge Thomas W Varnon of Stanford who Insisted that 45 was the ago that man should be put to death We are not sure that we agree with these distinguished gentle men In full but we are sure that if many men were put to death at 60 or even 45 the country would bo the gainer Tim Lexington Morning Herald stands committed to unqualified confi denco In the courts and juries of Fay ette county for a fair trial of men that it has editorially convicted before trial But the Herald still lacKa confidence and respect for the courts and- S juries of Scott and Franklin counties for having thrice convicted men that the Herald editorially acquitted be fore trial Perhaps the Herald might consent to have its friends Taylor and Flnloy tried In Fayette county if these distinguished refugees from justice could bo provalled upon to stand a trial on Kentucky soil Somerset Journal Good Hit em again friend Campbell l WHENEVER certain papers havent anything else to write about they jump on the HargUcs Perhaps and doubt less they need jumping on but it III becomes some of the papers aforesaid to cast stones There Is no sort of con slstencv in berating the Harrises and t handing round the hat for that arch conspirator of assassination Caleb Power He has been thrice convicted of the foulest crime on record The BarI glees at least have the benefit of the doubt as to their guilt until the reverse Is proven AN absent minded smoker at Bethel Vt took a cigar from his pocket bit off the end In his mouth and then deliberately cut oil the end of his finger IInthe cigar cutter Even at this he better than the average smoker He only lost a piece of a finger The other fellows lose their health and what little brains they have left AN order Is said to have been pro mulgated by the L k N that no more r passes shall be Issued to city county or State officials As there Is a constitu tional Inhibition against these officer using passes the order would Indicate that some of them at least have been violating their oaths- REPRESENTATIVE KEUOE of the Ninth Kentucky district whoso term will expire Saturday will on Monday engage In the banking business at Mayevllle He will be the cashier and part owner of the stock of the Mitchell Finch Is Co banking house SENATOR W B ALLISON Of Iowa on Sunday last broke all records for continuous and combined service in Congress and In the Senate when he completed 40 years In Congress lacking two weeks and 31 years 11 months and 14 days In the Senate A REGULAR counterfeiting plant t which turned out 10 and 25cent pleoese 1 has just been discovered In the Virgin la penitentiary which again proves that Satan always finds mischief for idle bands to do THE Danville News nominates Hon Wm J Price for Congress An eleI gant brilliant young gentleman MrI Price and rood Congressional timber too but this Is Lincolns time and be must wait awhile Gardiner Lathrop of Kansas City Is being prominently mentioned as a com promise republican candidate for UnlI ted States Senator from Missouri h t IHERE AND THERE G S Burrell of Massachusetts Is dead Railways of Russia save one have been placed under martial law Green goods men have been getting countyeIIA man killed a woman then commit suicide In a hotel at Chicago The loss by fire on the docks at Now Orleans Is estimated at 15000000 Mrs L J Vandeventerdlod at her home near London of consumption Twentythree men lost their lives In VirginianA Walton Ind man who tried to burn his babe la a stove was sent to an asylum Gov Beokham denies the rumor that Judge Hards solicited his support In the pending trouble Major Wllllnmj son of a well know n man haogud himself In his fathers bUD near Maysvllle At a Negro funeral in Brooklyn tb floor of a church collapsed and 13 were killed aad SO Injured Dawson Jones of Hart county was accidentally shot und killed by bis friend Wm Appleby Phillip Clover the artist who paint ed the famous picture Fatlral II died at Plttsburg from exposure While in Washington W D Crum the Negro collector at Charleston S C paid his respects to Teddy Mrs Cbadwlck warns those holding jewelry originally belonging to her not to surrender to custom officials W T Cole of Greenup county has been appointed county judge to sue ceed J B Bennett elected to Con grew The business section of Lawrence vllle Pa was destroyed by a fire which it is thought was of Incendiary originThomas NI dringhaue the republi can caucus nominee lot two more votes In the Senatorial ballot yesterday at Jefferson City Mo Seventeen young natives of Argenti na have arrived at New York fora four year course at various American edu cational Institutions The refusal of a woman to dance withI an unbidden guest at a wedding cele bration In Pennsylvania resulted In two men being killedIA meeting of the stockholders of the Louisville Nashville railroad will be held In Louisville Marnh 28 to vote on a bond Issue of 50000000 to cover the building and equipment of the new At lantlc Knoxville and Cincinnati divis ion of the roadIMATRIMONIAL MaudGonne the Irish Joan of Arciwas granted a divorce In Paris from Mal McBride Not In a long time have two weeks passed by without a marriage 1I0eneeI being issued at the county flee but such la the ease at preaeDtI Advocate Miss Fannie Overatreet of Casey county and Mack Ewing a young far mer living near Moreland drove to Danville yesterday and were married by Rev W L Dorgan The following tells the tale of tbeI great revival lust held In Louisville Estimated number who joined the church Sunday JOOO estimated total number who professed faith In Christ 7000 total number who signed cards showing Interest 13000 number IIfhoI beard one or more sermons during the two weeks 130000 Handsome engraved invitations re ceived here tell of the approaching marriage of Miss Helen Cassell Taylor and Mr Sam W Menefee both of Danville The happy event will take place at Trinity Episcopal church Danville at 11 A M Tuesday March 7 Miss Tay lor Is the charming daughter of Mrs Mary L Taylor and Is as bright and pretty aa she Is popular Mr Menefee la the clever editor of the Danville Ad vocate IB a son of Mr and Mn J N Menefee of this place and Is a fine young man In every respectc HIGHLAND Mrs Mary Young la again with nervous trouble Misses Minnie Young and Susie Chestnut are both C D Warfield of Shelby county has arrived with his family and taken pos session of the place recently bought of A A Baetln News has been received of the deathI of Mrs Polly Baugh at the home of ner son Robert Pulliam at Argenta IiI She had only been there a short time She lived all her long life at this place Miss Fannie Young has entered the Waynesburg school Mr and MM J M Adklne have been visiting their children near Franklin III Mr Ad klns has returned home while his wife will remain a abort time longer Wm U Acton and daughter Muriel have returned from a trip to Somerset Mr Matthew Leach a much reepeet citizen who lived near the Georgetown schoolhouse died early this troublesI30 hours Dr Morris was called but too late to do him any good He will be burled at the Pleasant Point flap tist church tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock He leaves a wife acd several nhlldren to mourn bis loss F CHURCH MATTERS Rev K B Manony preached at Bradfordsvllle Sunday The Louisville Negro Baptist Con Terence now has 00 members Kentucky Baptist women report for this quarter 10283 70 contributed Bishop NcCloekev Is slowly recover log and oon will be able to walkabout The 70747 foreign missionaries re ceived 2317 converts each Sunday dur lag last year Eld JG Livingston will preach at Pleasant View church next Sunday morning at 11 oclock Kentucky conference gave for church extension 137614 03 and redelved In donations 20750 and loans 210760 sire Kllen DavIs her sold her farm containing 160 acres near Braxtoo Mercer oounty to John Divine at 0760 There were 72 oooytratoaa at the Boonvtlle revival conducted by the- o woman evangelist silos Lucy LM Md han of London Worldwide Methodist now have IUI 304 pastors S07SU ohurcboa 10841S lo cal preachers 0507780 Sunday School scholars 7BI5418 communicant Onu person In every 200 of tho worlds pop ulatlon Is a Methodist The trustees of the Christian church at Peoria a large and Influential congregation met and decided that the pastor they called to fill their vacancy In their pulpit must bo not over 35 years old married an evangelist a lodge man a mixer a crank and mutt be willing to assume the burdens of his elaborately planned religious re vlval began at Jelltco Sunday night when members and paitors of the van ous denominations assembled In the auditorium of the Congregational church to take part In a great prayer meeting Committees from the various denominations wore named to devise plans for carrying on the work Four thousand persons were con verted by mountain evangelists during the month ending Feb 20 1005 says a Mlddleaboro dispatch Of tbo number 1800 Joined the Baptist 1000 the Meth odlst 1700 the Presbyterian and 500 the Christian churches The most noted and successful of the evangelists Is the Rev Stephen Owsloy of this city Mr Oivsley served In the Confederate army during the Civilar and Is now assistant chaplain of the U O V of Kentucky Last July he received from the government 8135 for the horse he surrendered With this money he bought a tent which he moves from place to place ills success In the territory between Corbin and NortonVa has been phenomenal Infatuated with a young lady teacher through btanug her play the organ a Chicago policeman shot her on the street aid then commuted lalolda- WasblngMD Is exalted over A report that Negroes will utMod the Inaugural ball In large numbers Pour California Senators were ax palled for receiving bribes lixSacretary of the Treasury Bout well died at Uroton Mats Joe Bryan of HUevilla hanged him sell WANTED I want to farm a good stallion to make the leason of IMS Hive a good stand Address J J SMITH I Ilrodhead Ky PUBLIC SALE I will on Wednesday March lit offer at public sale at m home near Rowland the lollowlngIroperty One house and lot In Darstown some household and kitchen fur allure bone buggy and good milk cow Terms made known on day of title RICE HENCE J p Chandler Auct Stanford Ky Ginseng For Sale I am going to move to Southern Califor nla and want to dUnoto of my Olnsenr Our den Have 1750 1001 need I will toll at IS plantstKy NOTICE I contractsI am now ready to let for the Dltcblng of Turnpikes In this county This Jan lS 1805 A O DUNN Supr For Rent or LeaseIA splendid largo dry goods storeroom recentlyoccuply for particulars to J B Owsley or to The Lincoln County National Hank J D OWSLEY Stanford Ky Nice Home For Sale I Having decided to return to Somerset I EastMainilxroom cottage brand new bath room and all convenience Tho lot containabout 114 acres of land und tho home In ost delightful one Fur further partlcu UlIockBLUE GRASS NURSERIES SPUING 1005 r ShadoSmallordinarilyfoundthe planter direct and have no agent Tree and toALexington Ky 0 DRESS THE BOYS WELLe t It is noel to tho discredit of any one to bo neatly dress ed Ifyou want your boy gentcely dressed at moderate cost or elegantly dressed if you prefer it bring him to us Shot pant suits in blues black browns and mixtures in Norfolks Buster Browns Sailors and DoubleBreasts in prices ranging from 150 to 0 Boys short pants in Corduroy 50c in an extra good cordury line weave 1 a i good stout cotton 25c an all wool one 50c a better dualiity for 75e and as good ones as you ever saw for 1sizes 1 to 10 years A few sunny lays and you will want themIWe have then come and Rae us IH J MROBERTS STANFORD o r e as PARKERS HAIR BALSAM 1Ptltfrt AM twtifkf ti hitf r l1 lamrj ae CIffyItartom ria alt JM 4iitt Ikxw R A JONES ENTIBT Stniiford K Offlie In MTTS House Parlor Phone rL E D Peyton DKALKH IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J H BOONE E CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Ueaionabla hats gallon ui on Depot Street Alto Dealer In Ooal To The Ladies I have Just opened a Dress Making u tabllhment at m homo on Whltloy Aven ue and will be pleated to watt on tin ladies of Stanford and vicinity Tho Ven namo System of cuttn 7 and ettln Is lowed MISS IlILLIR LAWSON Stanford Ky Pruitt Brothersi Undertakers Livery FurnI ture Now Goods Just Received Call and see then- PRUITTIIROS Moreland Ky Valuable Property For Sale Ten acre of land a twostory front 7 room cottage Tho house fa now A splen orchard There le a large peesdaor Is great economy In Docs a business Everything 1s In good repair and has all necessary Ing Tbe owner only reason for lolling II the rush of other buslneas au he line ex tenlvo farming Interests to look utter This property fe on the Hanging Fork about miles from Stanford and can l bought at a bargain For further particulars address tl 0 TIL IiHughceseStanford Ky POSTED We whose names appear below strictly passing hunting on our placesandnwlllcprosecute violators to the full extent of the Charles Kn sllo J H McAllster Mm Kate Ador lime Fred VonGruenlgan Albert VonGruentgan Fred YonAllman Hauuwnn Goer a Holmes ullnunchCharlesA O Dunn S W RAmon WIt Daujtberty M J Hoffman U D Klmore Peter Wearier J Nevln Carter J E Druce W F Shomakor Thomas Ferrlll Orson Ferrlll F J Coon jlower Seeds oeererrs Swcot Tons hill JTns turtium and Dwnrf Nasturtium in bulk at PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Mail Orders Attended to Promptly GOOD ESHf Tho iooro good Rod good puoplehacgood timopicco Wo hove not only good hot the best timepieces on tho market and you should really have one Our Lrnliea Wntchos urq tho boat ever Goldfilled nod warranted for 20 years 1hnro surpassed by none and equalled by few Tho price ia right too Duet 8700 dud here is ono you practically need Tried and never found wanting Twentyyear Goldfilled ease Elgin movonionts Itt n beauty Only 810 The Chafing Diahos wo hitvo epeak for thciiHolvft In tho bedroom kitchen or parlor they arc indisponguhle Why heat up tho house in what could lie cooked in ton minutes by a Chafing Dish use wo are going to close out at 8050 Coklugt Fluent Silver Novelties of all kinds lint pins from UOc up A selections loft for your approval Tea Sets Manicures Sets and Military ISrushcH are very nice presents You need them yourself Why not como in null let us show them It would plwuo both us and yourself MURRAY HcADAMS Lending Jewelers Danville Ky The EmporiumjHUSTONVILLE KY Will continue through February its Cut Prices in Every Department selling Bleached und Brown Cottons Ham J burgs Outings Dress Goods Shoes and all Winter goodsI At Fire Sale PricesIClarks Spool Thread G for 25C Tho Cc and lOc Counters astonish the natives Try it Como in youll bo convinc ed MR EMPORIUM flZjf No goods charged at these prices UII r r ya w 7 t liable jCinns exteeleweti- t LOOK your supply over and lot us pelt you ono or two new cries G8 inch Heavy Gorman Cream Ilaiil fiOcii yard 6 72inoli Heavy Cicnni Damask 50c per yard t f Beautiful patterns in Pure Lilian Blench 50incli COc n yard i r A 72inch Pure lunch IJleneh Damask SI vallio only 78c SErVERAi CE SON1 PcDJDFHE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1HTANFOBD KY VIm 2X Igor 4 Ofit White Pine nod Tar tins noun tested and found thoroughly reliable for couch sad colds Try ll upon our recommendation and Ret your money buck If not tatlittcd Peony Dm Store t PERSONALS W U SHANKS has been down with crip MR 0 T flHLM of Danville Is hereto day MKS S J HMIIRV In continues qalte ilcic- JCDURAA U C WAKHHV wai In Frank tort Saturday DR J D OWSLBY has bean Indli posed for icvorat day Miss UKIBN BRASLRY WM the RUHII of Richmond relative Mils U P ROUT U nblo to be out after a throo week III non r MRs SUSAN WuiuUTami Mr Uriah Dunn of Hutlonvllle are III Mss ANOIK CAIUBNTBR Of Button yule It the guest of MUi King Miss MINNIK WOODS wont to Lao outer Saturday to visit friends BoitN to the wile of L C Mjori of t toe Turnertvlllo teetlon a girl TINE HarroJiburir honk says that Mr Sam O Lackey le quite dole Mill W L McOAHTYof Klnctvlllf H a guest kt Or W D Ollanaon MUM JAMKR I WUITB sad daueh ter Miss Rhoda White are both III MR W T SAUNDKKS U back from n vlolt to his daughter at Campbellovlllo DR J O CAKlKNTMit was la Orod head yesterday on protMilonal bust net MR It L HUMMER the next Senator from this district went to Louisville Saturdny BORN to the wife of Rev U R Mills a 10 pouod bey 01 irranifatber Mr J H Urlcht my the ymiaffiMr bin j not been named yet MKHHIIS SilHlTOK M SAfFUtV of Louisville and Ritwri C SaatUy of Somerset were here Sundaywith their mother Mr J C MeClary Goon picturw of Cot W Huff Dad Jerar and wife who celebrated the 50u 8Dolrnr Hry of their married life on the Iflth rfppeared In Saturday Cou f rier Journal LOCALS LAP robe hor e blankets otc afJ C McOllry Ip you need a good plow call and eo E T Pence Co I I LAST day IelotenAway with ov drcoati overshoes and tho llko LOST Small oppen f ace Uilyi watch e two gold bird on back Leave thl oHlco FOR SALT 450 Qenicnir plant mostly large once A P Urackett Stanford Ky TUB O W B M will meet In the lecture room of tho Christian church at 230 tomorrow Wednesday after noon MONEY Supt Garland Singleton tell us that tho last draft for the teach tr has arrived and that bo will pay It r out at once- DONTmisd aKlnotoacopo enter Opera House tonight tainment at Walton Good clean Low and email ads mission prices SEE the klnetoicopo show at Wal tons Opera House tonight U It jjlv en under tho auspices of the Ladies 1Aid Society of the Baptist church and II worthy of your patronage U nRISthe popular 31OEOpoE has bought the Interest of Mark Hardln In Parrls t Coa and 1will run the business alone HU friends prand customers and they are legion wish him much success j TUB uptodate gents furnishers McClary enlarge their ad wCumDllnl space this Issue eo as to bet the good thinga they have to their ad It each issue and If you dont feel repaid for your time wo will bo greatly mistaken GOOD WELLBon Harvey Holm Is back from Wayno county whore ho taw the Lincoln Oil and Oas Co bring In a good well on their lease not far from the Cooper field This company hat drilled two wells and both are con sldered good ones HOMRO and Juliet at Walton Opera Rouse Thursday night March Otb JusT reculvtd a now line of bugglw lurrlea erring buakbonrds run about uttrt ale See theta before you buy W T Penee L Co INSIST on your grocer handling Wttthburn f Orobr Gold Medal Flour R II VestL Oa Jobber at Junction City handle this splendid brand WIIATS the matter with straighten leg up the figure onthe fountain before It fall on and kill somebody Do that orell the whole layout to a junk dealer It le dangerous as It It WATCIIICloak and Jewelry reo paired Satisfaction guaranteed Dia moods Silverware and Jewelry sold on small per cent Olllce at residence on Lancaster ttrcnt Robt Feme A YEW more days like last Sunday and tho beautiful voice of the tur tie will bo flung tho land with melody powers will appear on the earth aDd the time of the singing of birds will como for winter will be pert and tho rain over and gone- FRIHNus hero are die rot od at the death of Ml is Vlrgle Coiatt which OB currod at San Antonio Texas hit week Sbo wu the only daughter of Mr and Mr O P Cotatt formerly of Huitonvllle but now of Wichita Kan Os Mill Coiatt had gone to Texas In search of health I HAVK bought out the Interest of Mark Hardln In the grocery and hard ware store of Goo H Farris t Co and request all who owe the firm to settle nonce Thanking our customers for past favors and Hiking a continuant of patronage I am roiptatfully Geo U Farris Tim Junction ont Maooes bees bad a great time a few nights ago A splendid musical program was rex lend end daring the evening Stale Commsodir M P Klkln of Lexington made a splendid talk on the good ot the order etc The Maccabees of Junc ion City are In high feather over their ntertalnmentWit to state to our Garrard county readers that we have secured the services of Miss Margaret Mount the bright and attractive daughter of Mr J M Mount of Lancaster as cor respondent from that place She will begin with Friday Issue sod a newsy letter may be expected In that and Mil subsequent Issues KILLING IN ROCKOASTLE Thomas toes was killed near Brush creek Sta Ion Rockcastle county by Klia Lang ford Three balls entered lores body The shooting took place at a crossing of roads They were brothersinlaw and there had been trouble between them Roso leaves several children The sheriff has gone to tho scene to arrest Langford P IN order to prevent of a saloon tho Bible College of Kentucky University closed a deal whereby It be came tho purchaser of a tract of land on Hart Short Street between Limestone and Walnut Lexington for 13000 Tho properly bad boon leased by P W Green formerly of this place and ad secured the signatures of enough people on the block to warrant the U Lance of a saloon llconsu SIMPSON After a long honorable lifo Mr P L Simpson breathed hit last about 5 oclock Saturday evening ut hit homo on West Main street lIdeath was duo to tho Inllrmltlcs attend ant on old ago Mr Simpson wax born on Dee 26 1817 and had been n mom ber of the Christian church elate ho reached his majority HU wife who was Mite Elizabeth Urton died 17 years ago Nino children blessed tho union of this Godly couple four of whom arc- vingMee 00 Taylor of Detroit Mrt S H Walker ot Anchorage Ed Simpson ot Koto Ariz and Miss Lucy Simpson of this placo The latter liv ed with her father and her devotion and attention to him was Indeed beautiful Deceased was a native of Virginia but moved to JelToraon county whore ho lived until 35 years ago when ho came to Lincoln He was a kind good man and there aro many who grieve at his taking away Roy L M Omer preached tho funeral discourse at tho late homo at 3 i M Sunday after which the romaine worn burled In Buffalo Cemetery n tf lJe Mad a Jfatchct Like tho QUO George Washington usedon the cherry tree we could not lie tiny more proficient in Cutting Prices than we are with our nx at this time of the year In order to make an otherwise dull time n vary busy ono we cut the prices very deep on ecaeonahle merchandise A look nt our special val true will prove this t il opening WALL PAMIR at all prices from 2ic up TrIbble A Peno Phone 28 STANFORD Is ittutng to be quite a hemp market Trains of wagons have b M hauling It here for several weeks DAD FOR WnHaTU F nilUnmey or the Fayetto county nurseryman and authority says that If the present weather conditions prevail for another week or 10 days the entire croft of wheat will be rulued TUB Romeo and Juliet pngagemont has been changed from March 7th to Thursday evening March Oth when It It more than likely that tbo seating capacity of Walton Opera House will be thoroughly taxed DANVILLE It to have a new whole rule house to be known at The Amer lean Extract and Chemical Co It will be under tbo management of Thomas Longo the young son of Mr A Long of this city who will perhaps bo the youngest wholesale man In the United StatesAdvocateLEEMrEugene Lee ono ot the most prominent oltlxens of Boy In county died last night alter a pr tractcd llloesi aged about 55 Tbrve children survive the clorer gentleman his wife having died several years ago The funeral will take place at tbo First Presbyterian church In Danville at 3 ooloek tomorrow afternoon Mr Leo bad numerous relatives In thus county To OCR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS It will no doubt be news to some of you to learn that we have decided to continue our business la Stanford and that too on a larger scale than ever before Workmen are now busy con structing us another room whore wo expect to add a new department Wo leave for the market In a few days and you can bank on the goods we bring book to you as being not only new sty ish aDd good but away ahead of any shown Ia this market Just wait and see John P Jones- SIMVaLLRS u production of Shake spearea Immortal drama Romeo and Julletwas presented before large au dience at the opera house last evening Ihe great plav was enhanced with special scenic efforts and most beautl ful wardrobe and was very well receiv ed the best passages being loudly ap plauded All of the acting was good tome of it very tine Miss Paulino Paull as Juliet Is an actress of marked ability cod her work through out was Superb Wlnitead Conn Evening CItUen At Walton Opera House Thursday evening March 0 CIRCUIT COURT The Spring term of the Lincoln circuit court begun yes terday The docket Is about the aver age one but not a great dell of litiga Ion Is expected The grand Jury Is composed of the following gentlemen John W flames James Hutchison J F Cash J B Williams P C San dldgc W M Dodderer L 0 King Gus McCormack John Dlnwlddle Rob tit C Nunnelley W A Horton and John Lutes Mr Sandidge was made foreman The petit jury Is as follow D O Ballard Preston Beck J L Oeazley J L Anderson J M Carter Jr Wood Stlgall Jl Carter B Y Yocum Leo B Nunnolley J H Van hook Frank North J H Rlgsby JaB Holman F M Dunn B W Gaines D B Tudor J B Floyd J C Mc Whorter W P Carson W H Rig nOl J T Cbadwlck J B Rout A C Robinson and James Chappel- lSANDIFERJudge Nicholas Sandier formerly of Danville died at the horne of his eonlnlaw Prof H Ie Taylor near Loulnllle aged 87 Judge Sandlfer was one of the best known men In Boyle county and was held In the highest esteem by nil who know him He Is survived by eleven chll dren four of whom were at his bedside when the end came The children are as follows Henry G Sandlfer cash ier of tho Boy lo County Bank Charles Sandlter of Georgetown Jos P Sans dlfer of Covlngton but formerly of Lancster Geo Co C D and Cash San dlfer Mrs B K Taylor and Mrs Mar roaduko Bowdeo of Louisville Mrs Marshall Hill Mrs Gabbert Of Si Louis and Mrs Batoe of Denver Col A reunion of Judge Sandlfer children was hold about five years ago at which all of them were present The remains wore interred at Danville Judge San dlfer was well known In Stanford and was probably ono of theoldesttravellng men on the road up to the time ot hit retirement In point of service n W G McBuB bought the George W Carson plane near Turnorsvllle lor 1xl It contains about live acres UIOIlRST cash price paid for beuf hides furs feathers etc by R H West k Co Junction City Oat their priest before you tell MR J basbought the Light farm of acres near Highland and moved to It The oltlztne ot the May wood section gave up him and his ex cellent family with regret COAL BUSINESS FOR SALE Con sisting of bios scales etc A splendid stand and good business The proprle tor on account of health Is deter mined to sell This Is a One opportunity for tome one For particulars see L R Hughes Stanford Ky ODES SESSION The friends and patrons of the Qraded School are in vited to attend an open session of the Gamma Beta Sigma Society at tho auditorium at 230 P1 Friday March 3rd The patrons ot the school aro alto Invited by the principal to visit the school from 1 to 230 of the same day and personally observe the work in the various grades Hubert C Carpenter- jpresldebt Notice A stray red halter with a white bushy tall and uudorbU In lift ear about Sys Jrold came to my premises about Aug My rwldoDce It In Lincoln county near Mt Salem Skid cow was valued at fit This Jan 19 IMt W L LUCAS F K Cotapton J L d Junk Store Wo IilebMt cash price for hides eggs poultry feathers scrap Iron rnbbor cop per brass See as betore on toll LAND UUOHANAN Under Myert Ilou c Stanto- reiADMINISTRATORS SALE As administrator of the estate of Wm H Hndgett deed I will oo SATURDAY MARCH IoM Sell lha personal projwrtv of said llajgett oonntttlng of 1 horses ono raw a lot of farming Implements and houebold and kitchen furniture TRR1tPCael EDWARD A LOOKS Administr- atorPUBLICSALE loess Having sold drug and decid ed to leave Crab Orchard I will on SATURDAY MAUOII IBM Pell Ht auction tny cottage consisting of five rooiM und large ball and all household outbuilding all new Alto my and kitchen furniture TKUMS Caih or its rqniralent U D CAMPBELL Crab Orchard J Chandler Auctioneer Darl Trayloir DIALtH IS Whisk Brandu Wines Beer Glnars Etc lOarpinttr House lOlot to Depot STANFORD KY Prompt n4 polite attention Nothing but the bit to drink tt tItgrith orders seer trompt attention HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I I desire to tell rrv hotel property and livery stable In IlustonvlUo log can bu used at hotel or private residence and In well arranged for two Sta ble has 20 stalls U In good repair Plen ty water at barn and hotel house U not sold by Jan I will rent It and can give poSe session on that date of barn It rented or sold separately Nov 25 House and barn newly covered Ho tel Is In Graded School district For further particulars call on or address U S CARPENTER Huitonvllle Ky PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction on THUUSDAY MAUOII 16 iota The William Logan farm of 232 acres more or 3 miles from Stanford and 0 miles from Lancaster on Lo llnl Creek Good residence splendid outbuilding and farm In good condition aud all In grass Will sell a of farming implement consisting of a McCormack Hinder 2 mower cuI tin tort plows wagons harness carriages 50 bales tiny work horse aged mule three- brood mares a yearling colt by Naboth 5 milk cows 7 betters three 2 year old steers 10 yearling steers house hold and kitchen furniture etc TERMS All sums under flO cnihi over that amount a credit of 0 months Good ne note In the Lincoln Coun tv National Bank Kqnlred MRS JANE LOOAN Executrix of Wa Logan l r u Carpets stow e Our Spring Lino of CARPETS arc beginning to nrrivo and wliflu com plate we will liitvc n larger niul prettier lino to show than over before We carryall grades front the clamp hemp nt lOc to the finost Axminstor Wo also show a large Hue of Oil Cloths Linolium Mattings and Hug Our wimple line represents n 5000 stock A Clean Sweep Sale Is Going On All The Time At Our Store ewe Selling goods quickly keeps stock fresh and new Slow sellers and odds and ends of wan ing styles are not allowed to remain on our shelves We Clean Them Out Reduce Th Price Get Rid of Them This Week We Are Selling Menj Stiff Bosom Shirts that were 100 for 35 Cents Often you can buy of us Odd Sizes or Oil Pat terns or EndOfSeason Goods at prices below what they cost us and at all times you can buy our fresh est goods at the very LOWEST PRICES Consistent with good qualities It pays to trade with CUl1llINS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky The chance of a life time Do not miss its We ore offering you the best flange ever shown in this city Five year fire back always cold over door f handle The best baker that money can buy Call and see it Special ins ducements for 30 lays GEORGE H FARRIS CO Stanford Ky Romeo and Juliet f1 By a Strong Company at l VDaVVoxvs Ora OMSS Stan ord Thursday March 9th r r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford a McxmdCaM Ntnfler- PUlITMIt191 TPHMUAYM ASH VUIUAYI AT 100 PER YEAR CASt tsrWhen not no pall 1200 will be charged 0 KNOXVILLE DIVISION sO1pnN126II Ns25 tlo 23u IIMI2115 p m UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost for a amount I canas good as now fix your umbrella tatter than the trawl repairers and for less money Give me trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately house and eras land attuated just outtale ot town limits oo the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and sera stable and allants room good cellar necessary outbuildings Water hydruut In the yard and one for stock JP BAILEY Jesse W Sweeney raoratxron Livory Food and Salo Static Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates The New Mason Hole RATES 200 PER DAY Lancastor Ky Wa SBUG AilS Froprletcr Electric lights In every room Refurnished and unJer entire New Management Bob the favorite porter meets all trains Large Welllighted Sample Room BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection Jllitlwau Saloon COOD RICE Prora Finest wines whisky and beers Special wholesale dealers Lexington famous Dlue Grass Beer Case keg and bottled 0 Brent Soutuwood mixer Phone 88 Stan ford Ky JACK SALE I Pox A Logan will hold tholr annual Jack aalo at Danville Thursday March 2 1005 Open for entries They ho d as good a jack sale last year as was ever hold In tue Uni ted States NERVOUSDEBILrri The world admire men who are strong In physical mental and nerre force men or ambition cntrrr yNinesdeTeloptntnt mal Rite worth ng NanoCurcnor Praitrtln SIpn mad other trouble ilu to oet Wurkmoklnwdrug babilU and other eau rake rich healthy bfcwd ui l repair wasted nerrea Equally trout for women Ikotlesfrres frIIantPCrrCR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO At Pennys Drug Store J+ V4McCbY t1NDEaar ABEEtE- UBALHER And DoalearIi SABNESS SADDLES 0 Stanford Ky J Le Beazley Co Undertakers and- Embalmers aLsO DIALIte it FuruitureDlattingsRugeThoy kindi of Stock a call Prices right STANFORD KENTUCKY lid 4RKThe last resting place of your departed ones by the erection ofI 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 Monu ments Markers and Tablets of Marble and Granite in Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaper WM ADAMS c SON LexingtonKy DO YOU NEED A mountain Syringe 71 Household Syrlnga ifl lot Water fictile or fin Ato mizer ftitlb If so I have a NEW STOCK to select from you know All Kubbor Goods deteriorate with age and in order to get value received for your money it is necessary to buy only New Goods Will make you the lowest prices Will N Craig M D Pharmacist Phone No 13 Stanford Kentucky TO THE FARMERS ifASl11 It is necessary to have good fences to protect your crops So if you will call surd see us we can furnish you The American Fence tho bust woven fence on the market We have just received carload of this fence and will make the price suit Call and see us W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky LAND STOCK CROPS ETC WANTED 60000 pounds of wool- Woods Cowan L McCormack Stat ford There were 6677400 poundsof tobao co railed in Davlces county tho pint yearThe barn of Emory Yates near Ev aoBvlllo Ind burned and 61 sheep par lobed Foil SALE10 head of 700 pours yearling steers dehorned also 10 Pol and China boare W M Bright Discovery was made that huge sole on the Lexington market were fatten ed on carcasses sent to the potter Held The deal to finance the Burley To bacco Grower Association was declar ed oil the official declaration to that effect being leaued In Cincinnati According to figures published bj the American Agriculturist the value of the farm crops ot the country at tbc farms In 1001 was 3278000000 whit in 1800 it was only 11820000000 A largo crowd attended the sale ofI J A Nooo near Burgln and bidding was spirited Hogs sold for IMO milkI cows 130 to 645 yearling steers 825 long yearlings 833 mules ISO to Aofl horses 6v0 to 6100 Democrat William Fox sold a nice gelding to South Carolina parties for 6350 J K Baugbman sold to the same parties a nice mare for same price Moyer A Huffman bought 18 200 pound hogs of Mrs J J Yelier at 435 They alsa bought bead of G W Lutes at S3 25 Advocate LANCASTER COURT There were shout 100 cattle on the Lancaster mar ket yesterday but the bad weather made the buyers bcarco and not over half of them sold Some good young teers brought 3o and a few heifers 210 to 3o Mules wore In demand and a number changed hands at100 tol0 Horses were slow and few sold TUB Central Ky Real Eitato Exchange fc Title C6 has for sale two tracts of land lying In the Southern end of Lincoln county near Southern railway One tract consists of 33 acres the other five acres The owner of thli property lives at a distance and we art nstructed to sell It privately It must 10 The best bid gets it For further particulars see or address LR Hughes Stanford Ky What II said to ba the largest real state deal over made In Pittsburg Pa and one of the most Important traoeao tlons In landed property ever announc ed from that part of the country wai the sale of the Schenlev farm In Oak land for about 3000000 The buyers are F F A U and 0 P Nicola and Charles Donnelly of Pitts burg and the purchase mean the lay lag out of a model city community oc land that has been used for generation for pasture The tract Is in the cantor of the city near Schenley Park and the Carnegie Instltulo It Is said thai the project will Involve the expendl ture of 10000000 for Improvements sod buildings The sale was made through Andrew Carnegie Dennf Brereton and John W Herron true tees under the will of Mrs Mary E ichenley deceased of England NobleThrough the charity of the million sire street railway magnate P A B Widener Philadelphia is soon to have a home for crippled children which rill not only give to these tmtortu ales hospital treatment but also will quip them with a business and iDtlue rial education to enable them to sup port themselves Children of both sex eil between the ages of six and 10 years be admitted and just as soon as hey have learued trades of any sort eveo to the culture of flowers wages will be paid and a certain amount deducted for board thue Inculcating a pmt of independence and selfroll ance Their earnings at the home will xceed their expenses providing them rich capital to Start In business In a modest way after leaving The con tructton workof the magnificent build rig which Is located at Ogonlz a eu idrb of Philadelphia Is practically omplete Leslies Weekly Chamberlains Cough Remedy The Mothers Favorite The soothing and healing properties of his remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made it a fa onto with people everywhere It is ell iccially prized by mothers of small children for colds croup and whooping coughs it always aConls quick relief and as It ontalns no opium or other harmful drug It may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For gale by LynO Bros Crab Orchard It Is reported =President Harper of the University of Chicago who has ust been operated on will give the X ray treatment for cancer from wblcb be Is suffering too fullest teat yet made He will also test to the utmost tbe power of the will over bodily Ill oe88 It will pay you to keep Chamberlains olio Cholera and Diarrhoea Koincdy YOllr home It only costs a quarter Sol by Lynn Bros Crab Orchard The capital stock of now corpora lone in Eastern States in February In 17000005 under the capitalization of January corporations PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST GERMS People With Weak Stomachs Most Liable to Catch Dis ease When the stomach nnddlgettfvo organs are weak the food does not digest and there Is a sour slimy fermenting mass making it on ideal lpot for the disease germs to multiply The only way to pro test yourself agalubt disease germs Is to strengthen the stomach and digestive or gans and Mi o na is the only agent bo far as Is known that will accomplish thisThe ordinary medicine that Is taken for Indigestion and stomach troubles Is advertised to act upon the food alone and hence can give no more than temporary relief Mio na is a certain cure in all cases of stomach troubles except cancer because it enables the stomach and dl gestive organs to art in the way Nature Intended they should Drug cannot di gest the food tboy simply decompose It you cutler with distress altar eating pains in the head chest sides and back belching of gates and undigested food bid taste in tho mouth dizziness or vetti go heartburn variable appetite sick headaches spots before the eyes and have a general feeling of despondent weakness and debility you should at onco strengthen the stomach and dlgos live system by tho use of Miona Thoro is no liquid no alcohol no spoonful dOl- es with Mlo na Just one simple tablet out of a 60cent box before eating antI your stomach will soon bccoaoe so strong and healthy tbat you will bo germ proof Ask Penny to show you tho guarantee under whloh ho sells Mlo na costs noth lug unless It euros Too Wise Miss Helen Gould recently entertained at luncheon at her residence a number of little girls from a charitable In stitution At the end of the luncheon Mice Gould snowed to the children some of the contents of her beautiful borne She showed them books carved Ital Ian furniture tapestries and marbles Here she said Is n beautiful slat ue a status of Minerva Was ehe married asked one ol the little girls No my child said Miss Gould smiling She was the Goddess of WUdora The Best Physic When you want a physic that Is mild and gentle easy to take and certain to act always uso Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard The Court Appeals beard oral tee timony In the jurlidlclloo caioand will announce a decision this week Attor nays for the accused admitted that the Brcathltt warrant was a ruse and that pious fraud had boon resorted to WANTED Turkey Dueki Oewie and Chickens highest cash market price B NOUTIICOTT Stanford Ky A S PRICE Burgeon Dentist Stanford Ky lOXiiOTtr elcBobetteDreg Store In tbi 017UolUlat COAL AND FEED We deal in best brands of coal and all kinds of feud Kindly favor ui with your orders Phone 118 HITK Lsiw Rowland Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBSE k CLARSSON Prcri JUNCTION CITY KY S PlntOUis Turnout at Reasonable Kites Special Attention to Traveling Men Oratn and Jay For Sale EVERYBODY is NOT A TAILOR i Having been in the Tailoring business all my life I feel confident In saying I represent one of the best tailoring firms In the country With my experience in taking measures and dlreclons I give your clothes are bound to be satisfactory this Hue will Learas my many patrons in me out My pries arc the same M inex perienced men who are in the business I also have a nice lino of fancy cheviot and other suitlngb I will cut and make if you dcelro at a moderato price Thank Ing you for past favors I am yours If C RUILEY the Tailor RIB Mfllioiiy Insurance flp6lit Solicits a share of the patronage of tho property owners in counties Inco In and be seeking In Lightningdand best OldLino Corn represented and the low est possible rates are guaranteed Phone b- 2Stanford Kentucky First National BankOt Stanford Capital Stock JSOOOOi This Institution WAI established- as the Deposit Hunk ot Stanford In 1891 then reorganized ai the National Hank of Stanford In 1881 and again reorgnnlied tithe First National Ilitik of Stanford In lest having had practically an unlnter rupted existence It li better supplied now with facilities for transact log business promptly and well than ever before la its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor partitions Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ICAPITAL STOCK 500000 Directors j n Pkxtoo J II Owiley II Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter j II Foster L O Oooeh W II Oummlui W M Ilrlebt It L Hubble w Shanks Ky ssnreThe Farmers flank Jk Trust Company and under same management continuously for 38 yeari Wo SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT loping such bnilnesi rolntlnns will provo mutually beneficial Central Iel1tuclyI Real Estate Exchange fStanfopdIrJ No364I aorta HlMTl lied In IN munlr Me 14 wilt two 8 buU Sultoa Iron MottQUIn retlIa Will toll 01 nebaac rr pMtfIln Ubeolntusaty No Swill firm 37en5mUa Iron bUi feel HouMol fwiro i tonal lurk perch sod- lrranda llfhvl barn and othf iMlUlltfKI In Cut tads OtlJi wU ffoml atrfee- atUetbonarreIn la rrwi tree net In ru- iietbtattamwtMiorYsalsl Wrjttln and n0 bsold51 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w belt lk IB Ibi wales iwid dwelltag froBli pfdall are ry ouibuUifloita A iploBdld blue grM firm awl HI7 WtwlBuieaUrtTt rruut ruunty 555 Oweaf rf Be Carla adjoining tbta hM mwUr rt4uw l f U or aero this at W7M No Mliny arm flier P a ant Point Ky Prams house I mesas and arch Birn and aide cxilUilWlDRi arm In mltltalkin rnt In thi- slet Well aIClI 7P yards few joKtoCkoMhoo church laywell on sad In luo eau iniinlty Trie fMO No 1I2IOeffl farm tulle of Crab Orchard Ky llrlck dwelling 8 rule two tenant house two karnt well mid iprlng near dwelling Karia In high date of cultlfatlon 160 acre rltrr hubs land good frnrtng fruit elc Irks ftTH an er No Ti nice farm al MlchlanJ Iwiprov N wttrN etc IIkc fro- ois6ianetolndufJsmestown roil south of Dunnvllle too acrti In 7f sun In timber an4 test In grass A large new frame dwell on A new barn nd lgo0JuOnpublkroilwellIrlceaoothtesting Ii Also a 50 barrel mill Ky on Salt River Steam power now up todate In every inirtlculiir and dwell- Ing with Improvements and 20 acres of line land closo to Southern railroad Irlce 10 76CO sires of land nor Junction Cltyfut It MTeattaldi 2Aacte In cultlraltun rtitla gram nice orchard sod one of tbe licit grii liar lion In Kentucky Vsrty told taco hound o griiie last year watered sad re1t goad UOM to school anti church A Iwoetor7aka room frama dwelling good barn good repair Price 4iW Also 11 acres ot Florida land In Slams vlllo On railroad street through place leaving 5 iicrcs on one side with 2 story 5 room house and oranges poachd Pears plume Rrapos all bearing and t acres en other side with 6 room onostory houso or angus poaches penn plums grapes hoar tog All for or the 0 acre fur 81 sad the S acres for 1100 A Hullltt county ICy farm of 100 acres with good 2aUry house metal roof barn water etc 110 acres of timber that will mako ties ntnvcs barrel timber Oround will grow wheat corn tobacco etc only 82000 H cash Place linn 500 fruit trend 171 acres 4 mile llard town Junction nullltt county ICy 120 some cultivated balance In timber good three room house with hull now log barn smoke house wood house tine well good springs and running water two orchard three room tenant houso Is u beautiful farm and productive cheap for f3GOO IJOOOcasb balance In ono two and three years 122 acres thrco miles of WlllUburg Wath ington county ICy 116 acre cultivated 8 acres In bunch Umber well cistern springs orchard i1 story six room trams houstl veranda crib wood house smoke house hen house school on thu farm Tide U u good fdrm worth the moneXiStStO 31230 cuh balance one and two years Officers J HOOKRlt Ireit 8 T IlAiniiH V 1rei J J McIlOllGltTD Cbr W II WEAUKNAiH Cur Directors F tellS Danville S T Harris Stanford J Mocker Stanford K li Tanner HcKlnney II Klrnor Stanford S IL Ilaughtnan Stanford 4 T Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble J If llsurhtnan Stanford J M Tettui StanfordrU R Tate i Officers t U SHANKS c IrolJeol J n Paalua- Tice 1loSeofIW M niUOIITOaihlir Wi O WAIKKU I Asit Oaiblir No 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lropfv taw or IkasSaunty road and lbe owl drain tom In ibit action Wi will ell tk whole fans tor tt 490 or IB rrBt ss than lo atrr sillspurear lirertalBlycknpproptny No Iuollsg or runMI will N arre laud In Morttaod It ood Urn ail uaery outbuild IBP wile In iptendld orrkird and aim Inlrawberrtra Iwm1torwnlrklrx ptfeuknslimCelnlbln Tllleiii WIujfKyMr eaiHllllon on fourtb BilleoC4ki watered 5esr IoUl8l1l8 lrkw late N 33Misr4 DIliad in McRin pond7a7c arm of teal l 5d its romui lwr itwy IU varsdused rwrlaglIs u ib hurt ofsheoily ol Smfcmi 1Inhoelaivl rbinbr thiadirab hIIrks rroesalSNus74roses MtH SB oo e Nrs land la KlBCt Ky Urg ton make kou aw rrlUIKe 111TensawIIload ivaery trust go ave moose ball ou llowii I nw a ga- ardw h of r maw lomj 04 twNagbsngy bouw Mu t hum el good well MI pum Ibe to she a gsJ will oa plan t od eenbr la will It k nee by oa aril li a feU rroMMuy sea Ib dun In gow1Sresk Will OfIlllb pef ny at a low Iguie or leaf U No W Fame tel large rooms dbl term di hallway KU large t story itererooiu fruatlBf stets kwl Owe Soul up italri lulu leg 1 Bio culUgM burly furnlihed paper wl and phial I moms awl panda each A lang barn en 5555 lot uw l ai lltrry liable flood lfanJen Voaflt lot adJelniog ed fiat ronl by s wi drop Allot this Jrvl ftyli la London Ky nlonyIoptlsorwoolly IIn unl orlll n wife only rrniun for irlllngl proprietor drlrn to eicuing for farm IB Unroln rouuty No 71A like four mow rottige water It kluhrfl A good Urn vital boas tic and a gout ganlrn lrl1l liitltt o 7aA iiiiill firm of urn of goal laud located clot to town irk UaoIal5 aorta In Allen county on rail road and pike about acre s culUvatetlIabout 125 In timber and grass about r liOlngrais Timber on islsc0la cut to 19 inches but will make barrel timber shing Ice ties nnd cord wood enough to say for tho twice over A largo part tented There are four dwellings of 4 rooms each nod ono store ot twofttorle with rooms above has wells and tprngs of water Is In 3 miles of county grows tobacco corn wheat gram etc tar 12200 Onehalt cashrJICvbuilt s yearn ago Steam and water power tho latter b mouths of the year It Is an up todate roller mill with burrs for corn and meal holt The engine Is of 7 years run U terse with the mill Including what Is with tho house of S room All fur 0330 or IS 500 for the mill anti 11 sores One half cash lias line trade No mill In 10 miles No tj no aq acres of cotton land In MlMlitlrpi There If no section of country whkh offers to many opixirtunltlei for pronUM Investment as the Mitus tIs now hay described IS pros- erltyVdly The timber scorning more yalu Ibis all th time for the reason that lumber peopl rum the North where the supply of timber It fit llmlnlsblnci are constantly Increasing their pur chases of timber lands In the South hen the tim ber Is removed the land Is unnlualeJ for agricultu ral purpoelo It will produce a bale of cotton to thi icre or will grow olhtr kind of crop raised h temperate zone The soil needs no ftrtlllmi InIlowheind timber lands at present prices li mklngn Ire vestment tint he will never regret land Is dlrvljed Into tracts ringing from 40 apes to the trait t acres to the tract and prkes from U per an 1re1Ut that as other parties are considering the urchue ot theselands that we olfer these tracts tub ed to prior sale withdrawal from market or change n price wlthont notice However when notified hey will hold any tract out of market long enough or the purchaser to make an Investigation AN ut uooo acres of this land hat been told by the fim parIcul s t k b w