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V J r I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 12 1900 NO 96 Interesting Letter From a Sister of Mrs L M Omer Who is a Mis sionary in India A small hut next to a Mahommc dans slaughter housemuddy and nl together uninviting tho approach to It tho llttlo room eIght by 12 feet Is dark tho only light comes through the low doorway tho floor Is muddy todiiy for tho rnln fell heavily last night and tho old roof was not proof against such a siege Tho doorway Is BO low that ono must enter humbly tho walls aro of 4 mud and dark and damp There Is a little veranda place In front four feet wide ROIl today as the heavy fray clouds hove rolled themselves together and loft room for tho sunbeams to en ter this veranda is an interesting place for this Is tho Corolla school and the little girls are gathering itA shamo T I hear some of them exclaim Why do you not got u better place than that Well friends walk with mo up and down tho muddy streets and let us find a better onowo can notthe homea from which the o children have como ero worse much worse This has two outside doors low tis true but tho fresh air can get in and some of the houses from which these girlies come have no ouUldp door to tho dark damp sleeping room and tho loom are soggy and emit all unpIoasantDdors thii room to us is darkto them It Is almost light Why here is a little girl tho daughter t of a rich merchant her father has a largo shop in the bazaar but back of tho shop where duo women livewhere the mothers life Is passed the room is dark and damp muddy underfoot This is sufficient reason for making tho school room beautiful nnd attractive 7 Yes knownnd tho teacher sighs us she thinks over iU Hut tho children nro gathering bright eyed girlsand brightly dressed they are nearly all daughters of merchants but loud voiced their play room Is tho bazaar street The months come and gowhlspcra of the dread plnguo nro in tho air Tho school prospers 25 girls now and get ting along nicely But this plague some one lied yoslerdayanothcr today Tho children soy their people will not lot them como to tho school that tho mlAsionarioa are responsible for nil this trouble but some still como the school is only half its size now Tjio missionary to III too and the teaehira aro giving their evenings to Zenana and Hlblo work since their class work stop ped Then tho whisper Is spoken lou- d1threA plague in the bazaar in tho midst of tho homos of the little girls The school is closed The teach ers go out to UM villages to teach but the villagers are nfrnld on account of tho plague to have thorn come and tho weeks lutes on Iyarlbai shudder ing at the idea of plague hungering for her people nnd her sisters homo asks for leavoSukri Bud nnd her husband have K to Dllospur oven Kagglnbai has loft and this all while the mission ary motor was not yet able to take up work with her woo Iwbjr in her arms Other changes havo come too this dread plnguo raged in Ililaspur and- S there tho orphanage mother carried the burden of 120 lives on her heart We nuked hor to como to us for nl yet there was no whisper of the sickness having reached horoand she came our little chapalwas turned Into n dormitory tho carpenter shop also was fitted up to be as comfortable as possible and another hut was arranged this to shelter the girls until tho sheds could be made ready Miw Kingsbury nnd Miss Glint zer were with us and wo found cheer and comfort in having them Under tho old Mohurn tree a largo place was cleared beaten hard and plastered this to be for the meetings on Sundays Around the Nest that little grass house which first sheltered tho missionaries here n placo was cleared shorn of its grass and jungle growth and made ready as tho school room for the girls for soon the new quarters were finished nnd they moved inn largo square a house on three sides built of grass and bamboos and lustily cut timbers Wo have found our Christian Endeav or work very dear nnd helpful though only 10 of our young people attend regularly they are praying together for the work Our home numbers four now and baby Miriam whoso loving little taco wits first seen last January has found u place in the very heart center of our dear home Theodora say with a proud happy look in her eyes She is ours isnt she mother Seldom a day goes by but we hear our girlie rejoicing In tho ownership of this little sister And just as joyously though with a deep gratitude fonts goodness wo older ones look upon these two They are ours And this little band of dark faces that gather about on the first days bringing their children to bo petted their sick for medicine their wayward ones for reproof this little band Is ours alsoours to live for to make rendy with for Illsc coming oDuring the eight have been added little band and into the homes three lit tieblack eyed babies have come I l IWe want to thank you for your Inter help Especially has Califor nla made us feel that she is indeed laboring with us here It huts been strength to us Florence Driscoos name is very lovingly spoken In our householdOur is working in us and for us Prny that this year lie may work through us with power that the cause here may bo strengthened and Ills King dom come IThsswFMtnAa MADSEN CRAB CHARD Save monev time and trouble by leaving your orders for all tho latest papers and magazines with Miss Hettlo Harris Dr James M Ilronaugh left for his homo at Ierccll I T Wednesday His brother Reuben Bronaugh Jr accompanied him to attend school there Mrs Alice Newland entertained delightfully at her homo u few evenings since in honor of her son Fred Newland of Alabama Marry Collier of Louisville spent the holidays with his parents F J Geiszl will come to town to live in his home on Lancaster street Officers elected by the Masonic and Odd Fellows lodges here are as follows Masonic Dr W J Edmiston Mae terJ C Hays S W W D Wallin J W W L Bell treasurer George B Lyne secretary J Anderson S and T A II Hastin S D Gus Gciszl J D Odd Follows James D Anderson N G W R Dillion V GR II lire naugh secretary Gee U Lyne treas urer James Jones host The Crack Shot Man with gun out for ducks Couldnt shoot wuth old shucks Started fore break o day For a blind miles away Sot decoys birds now low Thick ez clouds fore a blow Stooped down in tho bay Man riz up blazed away Ducks flew high not one hit Man cookeyed cussed a bit Sez ho Ill buy bag instead Ducks alike whon thero dead At tho club showed his string Swore he shot all on wing Thus Is famo often got liiggfet lie host wing shot Exchange A Bargain If you wish to buy a bargain all you have to do in get n bottle of Dr Caldwell laxatlvi Syrup 1opsln and use tt at the least sign of headnelio dlulnMs constipation biliousness Indlgostlotl etc This small Invest count will be the best bargain you over lionght for It will bring you health at n nominal cost Try It Sold by 0 I Penny Stanford and C W Adams HuNloiivilltf at Me and tI Money back If it falls Mrs Iltaaboth Johnson hoklvrof the license of the Dumper Castle Inntwo miles from Yorkhas just celebrated her 101 birthday The old lady who is undoubtedly the oldest llconseholder in England to In fair health although complaining of deafness and luck of memory She is assisted by her youngest son himself in tho sixties Mm Johnson was born at Easipgwold Iin 1801 nnd line boon in the licensing trade for over 70 yoar- eInteresting News It will Interest all readers of the In trlur Journal to hear that at last u genuine cur for Constipation Indi gestion Liver Complaint Uoadarlu and llUlmisntws has lien fount In Dr CnlilwelT laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is a pleasant toulu purifying syrup with a mlid action and no hail after olTects Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Uustonvllle at Wo and 81 Money hack If It fans You say youre n plumber Yes HAnd sell ice in the summer deal in coal during winter f yet youre only worth 10000 000000000 Bosh COIINS CuurnCorn Exit will posi tively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whoso corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if u perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky A II Soden and W II Conant owners nnd directors of tho Boston team of the National Baseball League refused an offer of 250000 for tho grounds club und franchise made by M J Reagan who is woll known in local baseball circles The owners want 275000 James C Rudd ono of Owensboros most prominent citizens died suddenly NEWS NOTES Dr Willlam U Parper president of tho Chicago University is dead after a long illness Mrs Toll under death sentence in Now Jersey for murder has been re prieved for 30 days Brcnton D Babcock former Mayor of Cleveland 0 and prominent in Ma sonic circles Is dead Four children died In Atlanta from lockjaw and three are dangerously ill from the uso of toy pistols Joseph D Wood a well to do farmer of Barren county despondent over ill ness committed suicide with laudanum At his examining trial at Hyden William Vanovcr charged with the ktlllngof James Creek on Cutshin creek was acquitted Former Gov Richard Yates of Illinois presented to the United States Supreme Court an essay in behalf of Caleb Powers iNine known dead and possibly more In their rooms is the result of a fire in tho West Hotel at Minneapolis1111nnA new trial on behalf of Mrs Cassie L Chadwick was de nied by the United States Court of Appeals at Cincinnati Suits for back taxes were filed by Sheriff John McElroy at Lexington against the Pullman Cpr Company and Sayre Female Institute The Kentucky court of appeals decid ed that It is not a legal Injury for which a person may recover damages to be mistaken for a Negro One hundred and five of the 160 sa loonkeepers of Lexington indicted for violation of the Sunday closing law were fined 10 and costs each Judge Henry C Hart of Knoxville Tonn Field Deputy Collector of In ternal Revenue for Tennessee was found dead in bednt a Chattanooga hotel Maj J Cabell Breckinridgc oldest son of the late Gen John C Breckin ridge died at the residence of John C Ten Eyck his soninlaw nt Yorkers N Y Isaac Saylor his daughter Mrs Peter Martin and her five children wore burned to death at their home in Plcasantvicw Juniata county Pennsyl vaniaMabel Jett the lhreeyear old child of William Jett of Jackson was badly burned by hor clothes catching fire from an open grate Almost tho entire surface of hor body was badly blister ed James B Haggin the millionaire owner of Elmendorff stock farm at Lexington hereafter will charge nil visitors u small admission fee nnd will givo tho entiro collections to Lexington charities Gov and Mrs LJccklwm and the Gov ernors mother Mrs W N Beckham will receive at the Executive Mansion Wednesday evening January 17 from 8 to 12 oclock in honor of the General AssemblyThe automobile line in Ken tucky was started Sunday between Columbia in Adair county and Camp bcllsvllleun distance of 20 miles In addition to the mail and express it has a capacity for 18 passengers As a freight train was passing over tho Kentucky river bridge near Jack son tho structure collapsed landing three freight cars three passengers and the conductor in tho river feet below No ono was seriously injured According to reporta receivcd by the Woathor Bureau Tuylorsvllle Spencer county Kentucky was tho coldest placo exist of the Rocky mountains In the valley of tho town the ther mometer registered 5 degrees below zeroThe residence at La Burnam the splendid country seat near Richmond Va of Joseph Bryan proprietor of the Richmond TimesDispatch and a direc tor In the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New York was destroyed by fire The loss will approximate 100000 The outrage against Mrs Minor Mor tis who was ejected from the House where she had called WhiteI President Roosevelt has been to the attention of Congress Repre sentative Shepard of Texas has intro duced in the House a resolution calling for an investigation ForStomach Cure It may seem queer to you that mot colds begin in your stomach but Its true Many a weak stomachs chronic Indigestion obstlnat6 constipation etc weaken you all Over and make you an easy prey to any disease that may bo stalking around To euro n cold take a good dose of Dr Cold wells laxative Syrup Pepsin a hot baths and n good nights rest To prevent colds keep your digestion in good order with Dr Cnldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Quick relief for ItIC W Adams Hustonvlllc at COo and fl Money back If it fulls I Ii HUSTONVILLE Rev S B Lander will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morn ing and night Dont forget the Old Fiddlers and Dancers contest at Alcornd Opera House tomorrow Saturday night Our former townsman J W Hos king was elected master of Rocky Ford Masonic Lodge at its last annual meet ingC C Carpenter sold to T II Smiley nnd J 0 McAlister of Lexington two Dignity Dare horses for 650 John Steele Carpenter sold to Wesley Hughes two mute colts for 150 Miss Katherine Mall and James Hall have returned from Shelby City where they were delightfully entertained at ten by Miss Pearl Rose in honoc of Mica Eliso Fitzpatrick of Danville Cliss Drown and Marohall Lair Lavo purchased a pair of blood hounds from Capt Milliken of Wilmore Now let them train them right and they will be of inestimable benefit to the county in running down criminals The Misses Pulliam of Junction City were guests of Mrs S D Yowell W D llockcr was at home Sunday from Tyrone where he is on duty James Frye and W C Greening of the Fay ette Brick Suppyly Co Lexington are hero with numerous friends who gladly welcome them It is an undisputed fact that the best goods are put up in tho smallest pack ages and when we look with pride on old Lincolns four present members in our legislative halls all readily concede this honor and distinction to the West Ends representative aster Francis Wcatherford who will fill with the ability of a diplomat tho position of page to Speaker of the House Lawrence- E P Carpenter has gone on a busi iiesa trip to Augusta Kansas Col George D Wcatherford was in Frank fort the other day F M Peavy house has moved to tho Adams farm Miss Bettie Logan has taken rooms at Mr W D Slaggs Wm Dodd the well known horseman entertained a num ber of friends and relatives last week Among other good things served was wild goose A splendid repast was en joyed IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The Eve Hotel building n landmark at Barliourvlllc was destroyed by fire Dock Johnson son of Madison coun tys jailer is dead of heart trouble aged 27- David Bowling of Laurel accidentally shot himself in the hip while get ting over n fence The Trimbles and Dalton were dis missed at their trial at Somerset on the charge of killing a mute named John BarnesEd Creed Benge aro on trial at McKee for killing JJ C Howard They got a charge of venue from Clay county to Jackson The remains of St John Boyle who died at French Lick Sbrings Sunday were brought to Danville Wednosday and buried in the family lot in Bollevue CemeteryAdvocateThe Company has been organized nt Middlosboro with J L Manring as president and principal stockholder Their business operations will begin next month on Stony Fork Minter Lainhart was give four years in the penitentiary by a Jackson county jury for killing Abijah Skinner The killing was accidental but was done in a grossly careless nnd reckless manner Elizabeth Jackson the talented 10 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs John H Jackson won the silver medal at the contest given at the M E church South at London by the Loyal Temperance Legion under the auspices of tho W C T U The other contestants were Mary Nell Jones Blanche Thompson Esther Lucas and Florence Lewis The judges were were W F Raymer James Ever solo and George C Moore and the medal was presented by the latter Coming Events You can toll ou arc In for u dangerous sickness us soon us you begin to sutler from headache constipation biliousness eta unless you quickly take Dr Caldwolltf laxative Syrup Pepsin This most successful cure for all disorders of your digestive organs never falls to give relief from all tho Irritant poisons kept In by clogged bowels liver njiil kidneys Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvllle at Me and 81 Money Luck If it fats With the million dollar capitol unj der way a 100000 depot assured a county court house among tho near probabilities Frankfort is feeling pret ty well thank you and taking on a new leaso of life Another 12 months will work wonders in the permanent capital of Kentucky and those who know it now will hardly recognize it then The longed for day has been a long time coming but it has come at last glory hallelujah Frankfort Jour nal Musical Merchandise BanjosClarionetscordeons Concerlinas Harps Har TalkingMachinesUptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Mr J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky 7J SUGAR IS ADVAIa BUT 1 WILL GET O POUNDS AT H HIGGINS Iw CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY L f i 1 m prepare for 19061 COAL AND WOOD White Oak Cunnel East Tennessee Jcliico B G Jeliico Mountain Ash Jellico Barren Fork FEED Wheat Straw Millet Hay Millet Straw Timothy Hay Mixed Hay Corn Oats Bran Shipstuff Big 4 Mixed Barley BEST COW FEED ON THE MARKET Big4 Mixed redGrouutlC- orn Oats Brcn nnd Barloy for 75c per sack till Xmas we have a Crusher mud can grind anything in tho feed line Give us your order GENTR Y KENNEY DANVILLE KY Pure Water I can furnish you it Filter that will make Pure Water in your cistern You had bettor fix up your gutter antI get ono of these Filters so its to get the Winter and Spring rains 5 H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky BUY YOUR Collars Hames Collar Pads Backbands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets Grub Tools c from George D Hopper Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries Tinware Queensware Tiling Etc BEST GOODS LOWEST RRICES 1 f The Interior Journal r n E C WALTON hu TUB Kentucky State Journal voice our sentiments to u t when it say The Legislature should not fail to make an appropriation for the James 1town Exposition It will be the most of the series of expositions and Kentucky owes it to the mother State to help her make the enterprise success and at the same time m liavance her own interests Every loot of ground in the Jamestown section is doubly historic having been made so by the Revolutionary and Civil wars and a visit to it is one of the greatest things to look forward to in 1907 We hope the General Assembly will be lS liberal as possible in making appropriation for representation at the exposition to commemorate the four hunI dredth anniversary of the settlement oC the Old Dominion lo Tin bill to pension Confederate sol f 1 t diers introduced by Senator 0 P 110 J gan is a good one It is provided that each deserving Confederate soldier fi now in the Confederate Home and who has a wife be given the per capIta + allowed by the State which is 175 a year This is suggested becauce the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley if overcrowded and many of those in the 0Home have wives whom they would to have with them The 175 un der the bill is to be paid in 12 monthly installments In justice to the dear old fellows the bill ought to pass so that they can spend their last days with their families and not be compelled to live and die away from their loved ones PEACE didnt come too soon even for Japan It is announced that provinces containing nearly 3000000 inhabitants are suffering the worst famine of 60 years Russia is suffering local fam ines and general disorder and the Finance Minister is facing a deficit of 24000000 Suppose the war had continued but little would have been left of either country TilE lynching industry is the only one that showed a falling off in 1005 Only 66 men were murdered by mobs bad enough it is true but as compared with the 90 lynchings of the preceding year and with tho average of 134 lynch ings a year between 1894 and 1903 it is an indication of marked progress in civ lization r LAST year in the United States and Canada there was destroyed by fire property worth 175157800 taking no account of unregistered and unchron icled fire waste of which the insurance companies keep no memorandum No other nation could carry such a loss and pot seem to feel it RECORDS show that there were 200 more deaths than births in Nashville in 1905 It is calculated that at this rate the city will become extinct in 2280 However if it does those who are making the calculations now will never know if they were right or not TilE Pennsylvania Legislature proposes to reduce railroad fares to two cents a mile in retaliation for the abo lition of the members passes Since the passes were cut out a car has been taken from each trains the travel has fallen off so greatly POLITICAL An extra session of the Pennsylvania Legislature has been called to meet on January 1G The United States Court at Cincinnati holds that the Chinese exclusion act is still in full force Representative Alverson has intro k duced a bill to require owners of dams to erect and maintain fish ladders An important bill introduced in the House at Frankfort by Representative Drewry seeks to prevent the assign ment of salaries to loan agents t Both houses of the Legislature Tues day took a vote for United States 1 Senator Judge Thomas H Paynter be ing formally elected over W H CoxI the Republican caucus nominee The Supreme Court of Georgia de cided that an express conpany must carry liquor into a prohibition town of that State despite a local ordinance imposing a 1000 fine on such carrier The opposition to the Philippine tariff and statehood bills on the part of Republican Representatives in Con gress has thrown the Administration leaders into a sort of panic andevery effort is being made to whip the in surgents into line Senator H S McNutt will retain his seat in the upper house of the State Legislature the committee trying the SimsMcNutt contest having decided that the contestant Mr Sims was clearly ineligible because he was post master at Worthington at the time of his election A meeting of the Franklin county Bar Association was held Monday to take steps before the Legislature the need for making of Franklin county a separate judicial district says the Journal A bill will be drawn up and presented showing tho crowded con dition of the docket The new speaker of the New YQrkI Assembly is named Wadsworth HIs election proved that his wads worth a great deal Central Record Radicalchanges in the present elec lion law are proposed In a bill w111ch was prepared by the Louisville Bar Association and which will bo introduced in the General Assembly A committee of lawyers will urge its passage Mr Sims who contested tho election of Senator McNutt was not allowed any money for expenses he having testified that the expenses of his contest had been guaranteed by the Fusionist Citizens Committee of Louisville- In his report to the governor and the General Assembly on the work of re cnuo agents State Inspector Hines severely criticised tho conduct of asses ments and collections by some of them and made recommendations as to chang es he believes are demanded Representative R W Miller of1llad ison has introduced a bill to create 32nd judicial district out of 26th 27t and 28th 26th consisting of Bell Har II Ian and Whitley 27th Clay Jackson Knqx and Laurel 28th Clinton Pulas ki Rockcastle and Wayne 32nd Leslie Letcher Owsley and Perry Here and There The number of suicides in the United States in 1905 as reported is 9962 which largely exceeds that of any former year- The aged Rev Joo Hopper of Perry ville has been very ill in Louisville where he has been holding a meeting He is improving Wm II York was found guilty of the murder of his brother James R York and his punishment was fixed at life imprisonment at his trial in Anderson county Mrs A T Beall of Clark county is the owner of fortyfive hens that art ertamly prolific egg producers They are of the White Wyandotte stock and past year laid 3677 eggs Five men were arrested in Louisville uspected of having blown a safe with litroglycerine at Shoals Ind last week Gold pieces and 5 bills amounting to 460 were recovered by the detectives Felix Burns was arrested at London hanged with a misdemeanor A few lours later the sheriff was notified by telephone that Burns was wanted at arbourville to answer a charge oi tealing a horse in Knox county Sunday Burns was lodged in the county jail and will be taken to Barbourville Mr Speaker Lawrence entertained five and onehalf of his friends with a box party at the Capitol Theatre Tuesday night at the performance of San Toy Those in the party were Speaker Lawrence Representatives J M Alverson W H Southall Jr G D Litsey Ed C Croan and L P Head and the half Francis Weatherford a page in the House Frankfort Journal MATRIMONIAL Geronimo the Apache warrior was tarried for the eighth time The Rough Riders wit send a handsome present to Miss Alice Roosevelt on the occasion of her marriage- In consideration of 1 Julius Walsh nnd wife have conveyed 47 acres of land in the suburbs of St Louis to their son and his bride now on a honeymoon tour The bride was Miss Clara Bell of Lexington Ky In Russia every priest is obliged to larry but only once Should his wife die he is bound by the laws of the lurch to retire into a monastery for the rest of his existence Until quite recent times the sons of priests could not legally undertake any lay occupa ion ane were therefore compelled to inter the priesthood In their turn All lass privileges and distinctions have now been swept away but us a matter of fact the priesthood is still recruited Imost exclusively among the sons of priests exactly as before Oh George dear she whispered hen he slipped the engagement ring- on her finger how sweet of you to r member just the stone I preferred None of the others were ever so thoughtful George was staggered for only a moment Then he said Not at all- dear you overrate me This is the one Ive always used Then she had to- cry J tomaoh Troubles aConsti pation- Chamberlains Stomach and Liver ablets are the best thing for stomauh roubles and constipation I have over soldII says J 11 Cullmun a druggist of Potterville Mich They aru easy to take und nluwvH give satisfaction I toll my customers to try them and not satisfactory to como back and got their money but have never hud a omplalnt For sale by all druggists The smallest holes pierced by modern machinery are onethousandth of an Inch in diameter They are bored through sapphires rubies and diamonds y a machine which makes 22000 revolutions a minute An agreeable movement of thebowels without any unpleasant effect is produced by Chamberlains Stomach and Lher Tablets For sale by all drilg gists IsBARREEMcAFEE The efficient assistant cashier of the Citizens Bank of Brodhead Ky lie i u Mercer county product and Is a mo al courteous and affable gcntlema and a fine business man Hcis a broth erinlaw of the banks cashier Mr J E Hutchcson CHURCH MATTERS Mr Austin Sommer Jr of India apolis is preaching nightly at Christchurch on Lancaster street Remember that Eld H C Garrisor of Danville will preach at the Christii church here Sunday morning Rev J W Warren ofCalifornia has been called to the pastorate of the Christian church at Barbourville A Negro named Ray is in jail at Lan caster charged with firing a largo barn full of tobacco on the farm of John Adams causing a loss of several thousand dollars Blood hounds from Wil more were placed on the trail and it is said tracked Ray to his home some dis tance from the fire Shirley Long an 1 N brakeman was run over in the yards at Cynthl ana and instantly killed Isis head was cutoff and his body wedged between the switch so tightly that the rails hat to be removed Long lived at Coving tonJohn G Carlisle a grandson of ex Secretary Carlisle was seriously injur ed at Mobile by the accidental discharge of a 4 caliber revolver Sam Smith just returned from the Philippines where he has been doing du ty as a soldier is in jail at Richmond on a burglarYcharge Mrs Cassie LChadwick will be taker to the penitentiary at Columbus 0 this week to serve her sentence of 10 yearsAlgar Boyd has been appointed post master at Powell Knox county Safe blowers made a small haul at Henderson ChamberlainsolignRemedy Absolutely Harmless The fault of glvlngchlldrenmeiliclnc containing injurious substances is sometimes more disastrous than tho diseases from which they arc suffering Every mother should know that Churn berlains Cough Kennedy1 Is perfectly safe for children to take It contains nothing harmful and for coughs colds and croup is unsurpassed For sale by all druggists PUBLIC SALE Of u BlueGrass Feral Crop and Stock Jlitvlnf drcldfd to gall ninnliiK will on- Zz THtnwijAY JANtAnv 2 nt nijrmiHlrnctt neitr JlniiM1 iarrnrtiCohn- y to the lilddvr iny unit of tertlle hindj luuldatetetruultlvstiun- It le IllllroOCI Iles IIKltl fencing n good cottiiKe of six rooms one hull nt41 thra- oreha Also good dlliir hutting rlstorn t4xlouthulldlos two iHgtlnu jx wK two muting lrlllI tWo ntook oim aood tunuiit lions tit four room anti onu arch Also mill of nil kind with u num Iwr ow good gruM tirlior Till fiirm liiyn wvll mid can Ix cultivated Fwuntyelglit iicrvti to go In corn mid toliiii ro In llniit Twenty nunji sound In wheat with n good Munil and the nnwlndiT In iriiM It li onpfiiwrtfr mllo of xMtoIllco ihurchiHood public ftchoolfttorrnnd lilnilc hut hhitpOil tliu 1IIItr mid Itlrli pond iilkuamlUiikoiithnf punt llcU1 inllo north oi jiiicastiir county nut 01 liiirmrd The community fur tiulrtHolirJrty und If urimxscd At the sit flit ttnu ii nil pltics wlllnlMi toll i lot of hog mid cuttle win xtm good Jer y much cow flulil luiiil or horses one good Kiiitlt linriuKi inure aired liy llonoru Minof lid Wllkn hrrdnm h MfinlxT rota one ycarllng idly hy drclllmi Ihlcf and out of the lunar iiiiir ono gall four i enr old roud mure red liy Jinx hull dnut liy HinjHTor WllkK n good gamin driver two ItIJHI vomlilntd tlircnyiurold iniirca ineitood combined OlIrolil Illly our ioo fumlly and fiirnt lion one brood are In foul to Jiul- Kurinliii IiiiilciiiintMCOiiitHt 4if one drill corn planter use iliiw harrow out tmoothlnif liiirrowoneciilil vii tor two turn lim plow on mowing iiincliliiftwodonlilu KhovelM hue twohoroe wiigon nil In good rrpnlr und other tlilnif too uiiincruiis to oention Also ItHHI rultlNr the iind liiiriHM one goat ornke oust mid road flirt Crop conrlstsof thaw Htncka if hay one hundred KhookM of Hupir mnionu hundred liockHOf corn Joddir mid Ilvo him ilrrd liliiiU of outs Turns of Hjil Tha farm will Mild In thre CIIIIII imyinentu one third cash In atudune one year und unctlilnl In two years with six IHT snit Interest from day or until nuid with lien on the hindto eiuro tho last two piiymunt und Intwrtit Tliu stuck mid crop will Ixi sold on MX inoiithD tlmit for nil nuiim of twenty dollarnr inori with MX per cent Inttreit from day of stun until pdd under twenty Uullir cuidi In hand unyBiteado to isgbtat a in Hated this aith duty of JHccmlKr Juts T II 1UMHKV MHiiMsKy W I Prewltt Auotloneor KlrktylUc Ky n 1 I 11thalitI or J Warm dry comfortable wearing is whatrwe need such weather as this An OVERCOAT warm long full back and stylish in both Boys andJMens I UNDERWEAR A In Cotton Fleeced at 25 and 50 Cents per garment IWrights Wove Fleeced at 100 per gamentIPlush at 150 per garment I PELT AND GUM BOOTSrFelt Boots at 250 and 300 Gum Boots at 3 and 350 for the rolled edge snag proof first quality All kinds of Rubber Overshoes for Men Women and Children A Black Slicker for 250 that will keep you dry THEe ROVEN McINTOSH For 500 is WaterProof All kinds of Gloves from a lOc Canvass to a 150 Dress Kid All of these we can furnish you today H J MROBERTS STANFORDI I 1 PARKERS HAIR BALSAM I ctHmss u1 a snider tho tub I trumou a JaiurUul NTcr Fall to Ilritor Onyl- Italr to its YouthlColo i eu stlar lat IkurrOi- A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKYI Office over the Owsloy Building For Sale Privately My house soil 10 acre of Und tltuate uil outside of town limit on the 8otnr pike llouto hit rooms kitchen end set rent a room rood callar stable cod all aeCMiary ontballdlop Water hydrant 10 he yard and one for stock J p IIAILRV Jesse W Sweeney rnorriKTon Livery Toad and Solo Stable Lancaster Ky UorMS wellled and cared for Up Ic data rigs at reasonable ra- tesINSURANCE Fire Lightning WlndHtorm Ufa and Accident tho HTKUNOKHT an- tnJH7Coaptultrteitn mdtd lowoUIolI- lhlA Ilatr Uunrniit Ixin llijllitfltic ordUiuquiillvd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Itvildenc IhonelJoSJ dvIH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY A Special Bargain out hundred nnd nlxtvocn fnriu niiout o mile tof Htiiword flood tuo tory 12rooin dxrlllugnsplendidtloeklutrnon- of the 14It wnterv fnnna ntceutr out butlding Mplondld orrlmid iicreu In blue rasa never Iwtn plots dI Tliu whole farm lays wvll and th re M no waste Innd on It vi lanes from Unnviiif nnd In Hiilonilld coin tutu nlts Tliln H n Ixtrgnln nnd the nlnct must IK sold within ijuHl icu t posts ran U StvBtlttnneIlluuliix Htiinford KyIINSURANCEYour ore sore to die Sco and talk with It M Ncwliiud who will show you the policy best adantctl to your ugo nnd circumstances Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid annually or defer rttl U JI KKWIASD Agent Mutual Life Insurance COof N Y Organized 1843 Datl Traylor DKALIH IV WHlsk Brandu Wines Beer GlQars Etc Orp ntr House Olot to Depot STANFORD KY ptoaptsndpointhntioa Nothing but the bel t1sk orders nests tf08IpattlllUo8 WHEN ARE DRUGS PURE When you get then at this store We never handle any hut lrCfh lutu Full Strength rugs nud Chemicnl It pae Nilllit wato lure Drug milluro Jrugs only Our friends nud f 1IZ patrons approbation htttpui on Vnro 1rugstltile trhu for tllo Otto by Imndling only tho other Iuro Drug PENNYS DRUG STORE Sinnforct Kentucky 7- t DIAMOND EDGE TOOLS Are the favorite tools of good work- menr Thcir all around goodness has made them so and all who ever used them swear by them You cant use any other kind if you want to do the belt wofk UAiCIIET- So1HtEtS sews Errs L3tuS j GEORGE Hit PARRtS tStanford Kentucky t JUST THE TIME TO BUY AN OVERCOAT I The Weather Is Right f9 W Ee Perkins 1 t fKentucky t i t 3riT IEII SPACE Hm JL sJ sEVERANCE SON SSTANFORD KENTUCKY 1tScexeoluy Kv IAN IS 1JOO DRUM and Drug Sundries at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS 10 Mns J R HBAZLKY is quite sick vMn GEOIUJBH SAUFIKY Is at Fron- k51f9r on legal business r WARU WITIIKRS went to Frankfort fo tiits morning in search of a position w Miss JENNIE MCKINNEY of tho West v Khil Is with Mrs W B McKinnoy SARA IAUUK little daughter of Mr and Mrs Jcsao Traylor is very sick Mil IticiiAiiD GBNTHV of Lexington Is hero with his brother Mr It II Gentry COUNTY ATTOHNKY W S lluucn con times to suffer from Inllammatory Ai AnnA ts and Burch Much i anan of Crab Orchard were hero on business yesterday Mn J F HOUUM rind wife have moved down from Crab Orchard and arc domiciled at the SU Ass ph T K WATSON and Heath WIIIU of Grab Orchard have gone to Hlrming j ham Ala with a view to locating MR KWUS PICKBT of Shelby spent I oljlevcra1 days with his sisters Mrs Severance and Virginia IickctU Mn AUG HUMAN went to Louis vlllothU morning to take a position with the Courier Journal Job Printing CoMIC ANn MRs II J McKonuiiTa of Stanford have been visiting the family ofMr 11 K McUoberU Central Rec ord JOHN R Hour and handsome daughter Miss Iearl Rout of the West iMit nesday End were here to leo Dr Price Wed MUB FRANK PUMI IIIUY has joined her husband who is job printer in this i at tho Veranothce They have rooms da Hotel Mil W S UutiDKUAit of Anderson IDS is here mingling with old friends of a man who is flu has tho appearance making a success of life Jot WILL UotT and King Carpenter J of tho West End are back from Den ycrQpl satlstknl that there is no place like the West End of Lincoln f MRS M E PuiLUCS was not pleased with Corbin and she and her family returned the day following their arrival there They will locate in Stanford MRS MATTIK Duiutis who inns been with Mrs John It Rout in the Wes End left n few days ago for Liberty Mo to attend the burial of her sister Miss Allene Jones MR AND MRS JAMBS L YANTIS who formerly lived nt North Vaklma Washington have arrived in Danville of Mr ant Mrs and are tie guests Josh II Adams Mr Yantto will locate he thinks this of theIn byte M country the bust in tho worldAd- t vacate LOCALS CABII builrw ItxchwloIr Ma year Ed 1VIlkinton iUMKi return fence stretchers George H Pnrrli Lire Wilkinson ninko your old clothes new Ho can do Il TUB weather is behaving about as S badly us it woll could Jot JOIIDON tho horsebuyer in at Bcaeleyt tublo today CALL and toe our line of canned t goods before you buy George D lloppyr barred Ply Foit SAIaFancy bred mouth Rock cockerels and turkey hens T A Rice Foe HfNTJUchlml Hampton prop For particuerty on Logan Avenue lars see Mrs Hampton or call phono 83 DEPUTY SllEIUFK GltlFPIN of Hock train return acastle seas on yestordays Lexington where he had been 1f ting from rto take Matt Cash who was d clarpd of unsound mind IiEIn Jol Kennedy colored con from Mr wmeatr i to stealing Wnlkers1lmokchouso and was held O court in which ho oVer to circuit has not been ablo to give PEACRES arc selling at 2 apiece and strawberries at 1 a pint in lhl1ldel- the grafters or phla but none except there than any there are more f Sere can afford to Indulge their appetites t 1f Go to Wilkinson for firstclass laun dryaGo to Wilkinsons shop for n stylish hair cut and an easy shave IlniNO your prescriptions to Dr W N Craig for low prices and best ser vice FOR SALKTWO fresh milk cows give four gallons of milk each daily Lock box 178 Stanford Ky TUB young f have been having n gay time coasting but the rain of yes tenlay put a quietus on that merry sport ON account of the bad weather the social to have been given at the Chris tian church Saturday afternoon hnsII been postponed indefinitely WArrrlnIlright honest young man from Stanford to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids la MAT ApAMS who ran as postal clerk on this division died nt Corbin n few days since of pneumonia lie was a relative of Mrs W R Denham of this place H J McUoitrKTS the uptodato haberdasher has just installed a hand some cash register at a cost of 500 or Voo It is a wonderful piece of ma chinery You are requested cull settlo your account with me I have taken in a partner in the person of my brother Grimes Bcarlcy and must get my books straightened up J R Dcazlcy DANVILLE W S Tewmey has saM his dairy to Fred Burton who the E It Allen farm Fox LoganI through Robt Harding have filed suit against tho Southern Express for 21000 damages inflicted upon their fine mare Emily Letcher while in transit The Florida Special between Cincin nazi and New Orleans started last night It will stop regularly at Danville It is tho handsomest train on the Cincin nati SouthernNews- CASPEKMrs Celia Gentry Caapcr daughter of Mr George Gentry of Rockcastle died at his homo and was buried Tuesday after funeral services at the Baptist church at Mt Vernon at 3 r M She is survived by her hus band and a little daughter of five years Her death which was unexpected was a fearful shock to her family Her husband was not present when the end came but arrived in time for the burial Tlir supervisors aro still in session and it is probable that they will not complete their labors before tho middle of next week Tomorrow Saturday has been fixed to hear complaints from taxpayers of the Stanford magisterial district who havo been raised Tues day 1C for the Hustonvillo magisterial district and Wednesday 17 for the WayneeburR and Crab Orchard taxpay orv A good deal of raising has boon done we aro informed MUST NOT LAtN SALOONS Through tho work of small camera many employes of the Louisville Nnshvillo railroad have lost their jobs nt Corbin Tho company issued strict orders against loafing in saloons but many failed to obey the rule An unknown agent with a kodak got tolling evidence by snap shots nud ns a result liO cmplopes havo been discharged Some of the discharged men havo been in tho employ of the company forycars Official say the rulo will bo enforced if every man has to be fired BANK DiitKOTonsAt n mooting a of the stockholders of tho First National Bank Tuesday tho old board of directors was reelected The fol lowing gentlemen compose the director F Reid S II Baughman M D Elmore K L Tanner T P Hill J II Baughman James Robinson J M Pettus S T Harris J S Hocker C E TateThe County National Bank mado only ono change substituting tho name of W II Traylor for that of W M Bright in tho list of directors The other directors are W H Shanks J B Foster J B Paxton J B Owsley S H Shanks W 0 Walker R L Hubble L G Gooch W H Cummins G W Carter Tho National Bank of Hustonville reelected tho following directors Dr Edward Alcorn J W Powell George L Carpenter T J Robinson H H McAninch B B King J S Murphy Go to Wilkinson and get a hot or cold shower bath NEW of and lOc ware just received Best value over shown L M Huey Co FOR RENT Cottage near depot formerly occupied by Mrs Puttie Hays P P NunnclloySFOR RKNTThestoreroom on Lan caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office LOST between Rowland and Me Cormacks church a black laced boot No 0 Leave nt this office and receive reward FOR SALE OR RaNTDr J K Van Arsdalea residence Possession given at once Apply to L R Hughes Stan ford Ky- Trla Nortons and others charged with killing the two Arnolds in Rock castle are under guard and their trial is set for next WednlsdayI TilE Warren Grigsby Chapter U D C is called to meet Saturday afternoon nt 230 A full attendance is requested as important business tb be attended to a R M NKNVLAND agent for the Mutual Life Insuranca Co has re ceived a draft for 1000 the amount of insurance carried by Mr E H Bcazlcy who died some two weeks ago Moral provide for the protection of your loved ones by taking out a policy in the Mutual Life of New York the strongest and best GOOD Eighthand Eleventh districts will be special objects of attention this year by tho Rcdistricting Committee of the General Assembly Representative J M Alverson is said to have a bill up his sleeve providing for shifting Casey cdunty out of the Eleventh back to the Eighth A similar bill will be introduced by Senator Hubble in the Upper House Courier Journal Putting the State of Casey in a democratic district will bo of ines timable benefit to her politically and otherwise It will stir the democrats to action and ere many years that good county will be as reliably democratic as Lincoln MIILKH IN TKOUIILE Midshipman John P Miller of Lancaster who has been expected to graduate at the head of his class next month was put under arrest on charges of Hazing Henry G Cooper Jr of Oxford N C arid Max B Demott of Niles Mich members of the fourth class says an Annapolis dispatch The charges are under the act of 1874 which provides the penalty of expulsion upon conviction of hazing and the act of 1903 which sets Ihc tame penalty for encouraging or countenancing hazing Cooper is the midshipman who was stricken with paralysis while in a class room about a month ago It ia not known however that tho homes against Miller are connected in any way with this incident The character of the specifications has not boon made public Miller is Cadet Lieutenant in command of tho Twelfth company USEFUL NOTE BOOK Cashier W M Bright III giving to tho patrons and friends of the Lincoln County National tank u useful note book memoranda It is splendidly bound and besides being a diary contains a great deal of valua ble information It also has a brief history of the bank since its organiza tion Feb 7 1870 with John H Shanks president John B Owsley cashier and Thomas C plumber Richard Cobb Robert B Woods John H Shanks George W James Thomas W Miller Asher Owsley Thomas J Foster and S H Shanks as directors Of thiSi directory only the two last named are now living Tho bank was first known as the Deposit Bank of Stanford but on Sept 8th of the year it was organ ized the name was changed to the Farmers National Bank On Jan 1SS9 it became the Lincoln National Bank and on Sept 8 1890 it was changed to a State flank and known as the Farmers Bank Trust Co On Aug 15 1S93 it became a national bank again and tho present nnmo of Lincoln County National Bank was giv en it During its long existence this bank has never failed to pay n semiannual dividend and has not only returned to the stockholders tho amount of capital stock but paid them in addition 90 000 in surplus and undivided profits IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concentrated Crab Orchard Water for sale by W B McRoberts It will do the work WORD comes from Covington that Catherine daughter of Mr and Mrs IL D Gregory has II mild case ofsmall pox The sufferer is a granddaughter of Judge Jus P Bailey of this place Mn W B KINO has been recom mended to succeed Postmaster John Greene of Pincville who died in De ember Mr King is n son of Hon Ben B King of Moreland and is one of Bell countys best and wealthiest cit liens UNDER a well printed picture of Fran cis J Weatherford the Frankfort Jour nal says Young Mr Weatherford was appointed his page by Speaker Lawrence He is a bright and many son of Mr J G Weatherford of Lin coin county and a nephew of the well known Col George Weatherford proprietor of the Weatherford Hotel one of the most noted hostelrles in the State TUCKER Tho resCity Mo Press contains intelligence of the death of Mrs Minerva Morehead Tucker She moved from the Maywood section many years ago and raised a worthy family of four children two of whom preceded her to the spirit land Mrs Tucker was 75 years old at the time of her death which occurred at the home of her daughter Mrs Ed Evans at Forest City UMBRELLAS Recorered sad repaired and made almost u good ai oew for a small amount I can Exyourambrella better than the tramp repairers for less money Give me a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBSB A CLARKSOH Inn UNCTION CITY UVI- ritOlam Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Spoclal Attention to Traveling Men Drain and tray For Sale PUBLIC SALE I Iistll1t riihllc uelfou lotlu hlttliest mill bent hhhhr lit my pllleo near rrvniiherit vlllo cm tin Oruli Orcliiint and Ijincnxler plktou ITIKHIIAV JAy AHV 3J IWfl my MtockUmp Mla consisting of n No Mure it good Kiiinlly rimy 2 extra ofloreII IIInelnrgl nitmlMir of flilrkiim it n o HtiuuU lloiuclioltl mid Kltolnn Kitrnltimt HiitfcyHavliiRMiUI Uitrrnilncitto ciuinui iiiv liHiiilon- TTini toad known on tiny of II KINli 1iriHiiTrtlH Ky loridaJew Orleans Cuba reached jn comfort via ODER CRSCN1MID SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago to Florida Special Ssrtltt Jteauj M IflM Solid Pullman Train Ix j Oik ATI P20r M L XINOJOH lliio I noon and Atlanta Florida Limited Solid Train kvo SLLLXINUTUIt DANHLLB U O N utetitAugliattovia Chattanooga Atlanta ant IllrmlcsLam Queen Crescent Special BolM train Cincinnati Lcxlncton finvilla to Sew ClialUnuopi and lltrmlniham nlau through Miliiimn rtaAdeylleandtMannah atrrdueedCiIasWZell DPA C Lug P a T Little w 4 ntIETT w C BIJIIRKOI Gnl ItnllcINJUTJ cie Pa Tile Laruet Storetststwtt The largest assortment of Clothing Hats Shoes and Furnishings In Stanford superiorl qualities and prices lower than you usually have to pay we offer as the best reasons why it is to your interest to favor us with your patronage SAVE IIMONE Y By trading this year with CUMMINS i MCCLARV Since the rush of the Holidays we are giving Special Attention to our 5 and lOc Department We have just received a new assortment of thisware which represents THE BEST VALUES inthis line ever SHOWN IN STANFORD Come and See and Be Convinced ttearstssi L M RUBY CO Dry Goods NotionsFive and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block opp CourtHouse Stanford Kentucky r icrty t k z 1a I i 1 v i i l p The Interior Journal Entered in the Port 0fflueat Stanford at ttconddati matter- rUUW811I D TUiMUAYH AND KHIDWS AT 100 PER YEAR CASH PtTWhon not paid IJOO will be charged E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars andI Tobaccos Stanford J H 100NE t CO Proprietors U1VERY flND FEED STflBLE r Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In CoalIBD CARTER Successor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD Kv Specialattention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horse on commission stock Pena In Connection NERVOUS1DEDILIlY phyiementalmanoodTOand menial crallPEfERS Calm Nerves Non Obliltr rlllnt Mmrr Vital wkfleas Prostration sreapiesanu other trouble duo canYPae1510potpsldwithagaarIntelPErrCR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO A yea SALE AT rENNY8 DRUG STORE JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY c1Cear Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Hnrne 8Saddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 107 Home Phone 35 t A FAMOUS REMEDY 1 SyruplwIleeAn oi true aa I tell doctor dear Im cello finer than ever Ive been fThe consumptive should not be the victim of experiment as he often is but the moment disease mani fests its presence lie should be given Bo- schees German Syrupa pure nonalco holic medicine that for the cure of consumption and has a world wide fame as a remedy for catarrh tolls coughs croup sore throat anll In bronchial affections in old and young fit is sold in all civilized countries and baa been famous as a consumption cure centuryTrial bottle 750 At all druggist throughout the world e For Bale at Pennys Drug Store tr FARMERS DEPARTMENT White Chester boar for sate R C Hocker Stanford Henry Logan had n valuable horse to die from eating paris green Wednesday nightJ Baughman sold two of the Pall cd Angus bull calves advertised sometime since He has a yearling forsali C S Brent Bro of Paris hav e purchased 150000 pounds of hemp i n Montgomery county Thy paid n average of 515 per 100 James McKcchnia bought of E T Pence a carload of twoyearold cotton mules at 115 and sold to various par ties 18 yearling mules at 9925 and black mare at CR Denham sold E P Woods 8126 worth of hemp from li acres of land As there are over 1000 acres of hemp in Lincoln county it will be seen that that crop will bring in quite large revenue FOR SALE About 41 acres of land one mile from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster pike A good dwelling well and all necessary outbuildings Place is right on pike This is a good home and u cheap place The owner of this property lives at Henderson Ky and has made up his mind to sell It can be bought at a bargain Forprice etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky FOR SALEA nice large store room and dwelling above consisting of sev eral nicely furnished rooms A good barn and lot and all necessary outbuild ings The property is in good repair situated on Main street in Stanford Ky right in the business portion of town The property will be sold at a bargain and is a splendid opportunity for some one desiring to go in business for the store and dwelling combined will be n great saving in rent etc Pos session given immediately For partic ulars etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford 0 A E Hundley will remove his noted stallion Imp Ruskin and his trotting stallion to the fair grounds where they will be under the charge of a well known horseman for spring service l He will sell nil of his stock at public auction at a date to be announced later Mrs J T Bailey formerly of this county has been very successful in raising turkeys At Frankfort she showed an old Tom weight 36 Ibs a young Tom weight 32 Ibs an old hen weight 24 Ibs Each carried off first prize and none scored less than 90 points Advocate KINGSVILLE Tho C S will shortly begin the erec tion of d tower south of the depot here Robert Murphy is ill of Brights dis ease Morris Walls is quito sick being threatened with pneumonia Lost in or around Kingsvillc a gold pin with the initials E M C en gravedon it Will give reward for the return of same to the owner Miss E M Creighton The death of Mrs Dailey Hutchison nee Maggie Singleton was very much lamented by all who knew her She was u good Christian woman Great sympatny is felt for the bereaved fam lily Rev R R Noel preached at the church Sunday evening In the morning he held regular services at the Pleasant Point Baptist churchof which he is pastor The Christian church still hopes to obtain the services for this year of Rev Jasper Livingston Bro Livingston hold services here recently Harve Watts and family have moved to Nemo Tenn John Howe of Harri- man Tenn and Mack Williams of Oakdale were here for a day during the holidays Both are popular C S telegraph operators Miss Mary Wilson of Crab Orchard who is teaching at ML Moriah was the guest of Miss Bertha Thompson Miss FlonnioThomp son of South Fork is the guest of Dr C M Thompsons family Claude Hester is quite sick Kings villa regrets very much to lose Mr Dan Hester and family They have been good citizens Mrs Robin Rigney and little daughter Della are visiting Mr Sam Rigney and wife at Gcorgcton Pretty Miss Dora Rigney visited her grandmother Mrs Davidson at McKinney Claude and Lee Butlerof MKm ney were here a few days since Mrs Fannie E Carey is at home from a vis it to Lexington and Paris Mr 0 A Walter attended the funeral of his brotherinlaw at Stanford Contracted Chronic Diarrhoea While in the Philippines While with tho U S Army in tho Philippines contracted chronic llarrhoca I suffered severely from this terrible disease for over three years and tried tho prescriptions of numerous physlclunsbutfound nothing that did ire any good until I tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedyi two small bottles or which entirely cured mo and I huvo since had no return of the disease Herman Stein 212 N Union Ave Pueblo Colorado For sale by all druggists Harry King of Cincinnati has been given a sentence of 30 days in jail for short changing passengers on the Cincinnati Southern railroad where he Was employed as butcher Central Kentucky Real Estate Exctian J TITLE CO No Two house and lute situated In Crab Orchard with strand onehalf Dens ut land at lathed Iloth are frame cottage one conslstlni orB sud the other ol 3 rooms Stable two sprlugs tic The building lie ntur and tb Two oud and lYe separatelynnr all11300 No ISIA farm of ae et one and one balt of UuiUDTlIU on tbe Danville pike nUDdlbllllete gnuafruit well waleiwl uttir atd li au Ideal borne Ice house Uirn imd nil other ncrocmrjr outbuildings iricntil OOorA No 1S4 J acn ofland In tbs town limit of Rowland about it aorta bottom laud son 63 acne In woodland The P aw la writ loosed and watered wurwoiki well and cUterri I story rain ball rtranda back porch a- unt1aotbtr fCeSar1 outbulldlngt Including crib rranerretc In good repair Itnclcg in ant clan ardor all wire leers la a beautif- ulplaeadulrablehotntlosetotoes and will sell cheap on 0117 No UOA farm teraIKinney lays on pike Ko I Ne tld and drlrwa In cnU r 2 other barna and 2 tenant house troou hilck realdtnc and kitchen and all other ncostary out buildings BulWlbgt and fencing In good rroatr plant well wntered cliter at bun and haute poud springs eo About acre In nauant tb rat In cut lltatlon IricelJUUCO No IMIOO acre farm about I mile tbU side of 4 room cottage 2 porches No good cellar under the kitchen barn of 8 stalls crib etc Building are In lIDo repair and the fcnctugt are moderate Two swings and good pool on Abjut 45 urea In Itiiiotnjr and clover reit In woodland Price ti SOOW No 1MA HO acre larm Ijlng on lilt rinse near Crab Orchard About acre cut Italian and 43 acres In pasture reel In good Umber About 73bearlDg hull lretsof the puce Salon rum dwelling Ordlnoy stable and crib and a wy good tenant house The buildings are In very Tbe pl r U nwi This a good stock farm and Is ofiered at a bargain lrtc only fMOW No IM Cotlag In UtciMer 77 feet front and fret deep All necessary outbuildings except barn Everything Is new and In prod shape Cut tage contains rooms hall veranda back porch end baMui nt Close to school cburcbea ste Trie rVVW00 No 19170 am ferns near llustonvllle toad dwelling and barn a good portion of the plu- could be sold for town lou U Is well ellddt- be Icnclng and buildings are In good condition This Is the test urine In tb county The poll Is rlcb aol will produce hemp etc Price 113110000 Jin Sis acres ol land cottage of 4 ram- good hall and 3 nnrcbr lived barn and other necessary outbutl logs FeuclDC aDd bulldln In good Mace well watered a splindld well at house utc land hall level and produces well Young apple and peach orchard 1m farm Is about 3 miles twin town Price 11rk- 0NoattA 220 acre farm In the Waynubuig section about milts from 2 rail sutlous doe to past omee soon churches do lay- between 2 Rural Fie leellrerr Vault by taroFour room tog bout a splendid bun Slxlft leet boxing acd has two good ab a Is watered with Derrrfalllng springs and a run nttg branch through the p ace It has god 1rne log and oullmildln 1rtc dyed Terms euy Ho 2i3I acre form situated on the Wajmi but and 516 Vernon rued abon 3 mltu un of WsjuMbure lias I Sroom cottage etc This gentleman lu C lljrol and be will sell 1chimp aud on easy turns om Junction City S storyIrmeudling good barn cute lie draw etc repair foe uIOI cr aingruund23 acre la GlumsapplaelbApleodld oU and well ar watered tnedlratcd well at haul arId slock well at barn ec lrlc JiSOU CrabOrcherkooLmoaaterpikeeDANslldtl Inl well lace is right on Title II a good bums aDda Place lb 0ownerofthis propartyltruatunders- on ICy b tll m ell this place irt tdegminerelwaterflgblon plats It tan he bought at a us a price No 9A farm DUn arm A handsome modern 2 non tuck rtMtno Surely furnltbed and up to date la every particular More room place well located slid rents well This prop icy lsclOMloi uolna juod c cniuu lly and U one to nicest poem la Jncolncunty Large the plies a well watered and pq r well not a lull cultlvailvn and estingrwIlentvuftdlltruce This is an idol home aid a farm Price rigs 23I2O ace ot laud dwelllcgi of Hams each Large totitceo tarn ixt fret long next la the ben IUD la Lincoln county Ssmallstock barns This progeny Ujs between 2 guardvounty rood and 2 turnpikes All the building and see In good repair Place U well watered bjroodsprlngicreeka etc Splendid tobacco land and wl l raise ol corn to lh acre I bis onGIlnvetmeutyou ar look lrgfurabargslatbtsiiyourebanee Ilce boa No 20JOecreiof land In Casey county ou Liberty Coluiubla roads Twelee house aud lola on It illence s rooms l story weatberbdrdtd toad barn About acres In cultivation llalldlnKt in modern skjjm sad fencing glad Hood limber Well bone springs all over place and 2 creek running through it Will sell the as a whole for JlltMi on caljr terms or will divide place lu suit purchasers No 51SA nice little 5 tooia cottage All cicii try outbuilding and a good gin About tulle from bunlord This Is a cheap place frig 1e0 cash No 217V1 acre farm in uilool 1bll 1Y story room dwelling store bare amok boinv wen house crib lie All the buildings and fenclfg In fair condltlun mood apple ocihirJ about acres In cultivation net In limber Walerrd etver falling well and waters ol South iV rk rice a200 No One vacant lot In Junction City at Southeast ixirntr of luciu and Urofion sirrets rdntlog feet on tJ iftou street ad running julli uU lucus strrot fret Price ISu cash No HoiiMiioilluton ligan sUfel In Stanford Uootl Rinleii Ito Kvcryibrugla goer repair Price tlCOO ho 223Nlej wow collar mud sere of land located about I mile Irom Shelby City The house alone coil fyiO We will sell thli place for 1101 11SA nice Urge store roots ami dwelllri above coniUiliig ol several nicely furnished room gad turn and lot acd 1I11fttMrlllbulldlol- Thi Is In good on Main trcetlnSlxnlcrd tight In the business of own This property will be sold of a bxrgsln slid s a spleudldopirlunlty to tome one desiring go In biuluws and dwellloic being eu mb oed will bo a great saving in rent ec No acres of land two story Iront cottage rooms bat etc lloue new a gtrdvn and splendid orchard of one end one hall acres fencing gull iwj static baggy house mote house vie A good well on place hero Is also a mill on the place a good crusher In mill It rap by palursl nor which Is grist economy and thC dam If In splendid repair This property s situated In one of the Lot firming dUirlcfr of the county al iut4 mite call Stanford there Is ilwais a ral ulelot the rand meal as soon as WSwill sell Ibis pate for 2400 ll is abergatnlhebulluingulooecould not It put up fur liiH money No 1 larm of xii sera situated about miles from dtanfoidaod a miles front Tab Orchard ter of Cellar Creek Toe Is cut atoul1211111andcats l a silbdltlilpil About 230 acres Is In Umber tulllclrnt to kep up place Woe undonehalf story frame dwelling of I room halls vouches etc Two good Ice houses urns granary corn etc Place is well watered two gID at the door runnliii strain nroiigh farm All buildings In tedshale rxrrit turn feuclog Ml 11 St Iocr lIro Terms HIT Mo Alum of acres about miles trout Stanford laya well and well watered A good rlion or the farm In blue ens s A comfortable and a large barn This property Is on a eplendldplkeclose to pcholi lrllV 118 per anefloIIS A farm olllllOut acres on one ol tlie- beat In the county A lIuDdsolue two story fromftb lnrgul nod but LarD to the county pines la well lItt nod elhlnrlIOullI IDrlUdt tncl- ogl 1la good Ioululllnil close to schools tiDd uliouisil niinulM drive from llnnford Tula n tery detlrubl home Trice 7501 No 115100 acre finn alout 3 miles from town lays ipledtdl mostly In cultivation well wilier dele Smith cottage of lour rooms large lawn Proerly well fenced etc Price 110 prr tiers 325 acres In Allen county tJj on railroad and pike about acres cultivated about 13 In timber and gram and about In grace Timber on place It cut to 18 ibingleathe place twice over A large part is fcni od tiro four dwell In rs of room each nnd one store of twoKtorlra with rooms shove has wells nod spring of water lain 3 mile of courtly seat and grows tobacco corn wheat grill etc for SSOO OnohaU cash countyiypowerthoto date roller mill with burn tor corn end meal bolt The engine Is of 7 years runs 14 acres with the mill Including what Is with the house of 5 room All for 10250 or 13 800 for the mill and 14 acres Ono halt cash Hits line trade No mill In 10 able No 7660 acres of lend nluJunctionCIIlutiD seven Heidi 21 acres In rut in grass a barbongood17ouIIIIDgoodNo 4JSeveu room dwelling good cellar and acres land Never falling well and spring fencing placecloseNo4Twustory tram dwelling roonv hall veranda tend girdcn fencing and house reasonableMo rooduterms Mo 7JI9 acres of good land six rooms two story dwelling will watered good fencing Is th suburb u the city ol Suaford clos to tlraded hOllleIrlreNo376room tram cottsgeand on sew e houseAcPrice 2100 rottaggarden and splendid orchard Its acre tenting rocAthe place a g od crusher In mill It Is run by net ural power which Is a great economy end the dam lowagureNo II Frame hotel large room double yens IororoomlrooUof AlargeqsNn VaGntlotadlolninga6 feet front b aislandonKyand permonthurburorlandlocatedNo 75 150000 acres of cotton land In Mis ilislrp maDrOrroltunlUsperity Valley The Umber Is becoming more vale supplyofttmberlffandlminlshtng tlmlPttheacreorwttlgrow nJriveslh title Is perfect and the man who buys Delta farm and timber ants at present prices Is making an la 41IJrJpramtoart authorized by the company who owns these lands sot that as other pinks Ire considering the purchase of these lands that we over Iheee tracts sub changeIn lthfor11000 acres of thltUnj hat been tolJby the Com parIcularscountyKydwelllogland close to Southern railroad Price I9 OX acres of land near Crab Orchard reap fromi4omrselKy JIIIIDIIplDdidKuIsIIIIntcllandor exchange Mo Twolor lramedwllingnf six rooms two balls Vtranda to well at door and all other newtiary outbuildings Alto large ba mltb 10reedlow price KyFrame11mLersudchnreb icywellonpike mad In goal com munity 340 OrehanlKytwobarnwell antspring near dwelling Earn In bottomlandNo IA nk farm at Highland KweUimpr v ed wet watered etc Price sroo ofIliftberanJ rest In A Urge new fume dwelt log alto an dwelling on place new barn snj two oM onu It Is well watered and the tenting goad On public rod lilcejoo Central Kentucky neal Etmte TltleOo Hanford Ky FOR SALE teeImeco11110fromof rntnus kitchen buck rch nail olntvru near kttcliin IlmmuewbnrnIStirifeet For tcrnm npply to J It Moll AltoUK Huston vl If Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You h hll rvmlyiumlu clothliiK whenthero Is to little UIITctvncu In the price ot high Krmlu rciulyinmlD sultmiiKl n milt to 1IrlIICI11IIIIIIr1priebueluesestiltovercoats trousorx ami fancy vests Tim company I reps eeut Uonu of the bust It C RUPLEY the Tailor POSTED IWe whose name appear below strictly hunting fishing or any kind of tros paaslng on our places and will prosecute violator to the full extent ot the law Mrs Kate Ador nelchenbfcch line Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonOruonl an Fred VonAllman Fred llautnnnn Alfred Simpson George llolmei MUH Muttle II Helchenbach Charles Ournmlni Joe Rallrm A O Dunn S Holmes W E Amoo W It Daughnrty M J llollroun M U El more Peter W garter J Nevln Carter J E Druce W F Shomakor Thomas Kerrlll Oreon Kerrlll F J Conn John n Oamenlsch Sam Trowbrldge A D tout Oharle Enaslln Frank Cordler Mrs IL Hayden Welch Peter Balmer John Meier Samuel Llndtey Jacob Oatder Mr Alice Lytle David Mary Hoffmann L P Nunnelley J W Baughman Christens Orayton J O Carpenter Jacob Jutweln Ham Dameron BARGAINSI UNDERWEARWHILE Heavy Sanitary Fleeced that sold for 50c a garment we will sell att 35c a Garment WHILE THEY LAST x rrSAMROBINSONNext y STANFORD KY The Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky Only Daily nutl Weekly Iuiilislietl at tho Cnpitiil null the 0111ono that ever took the Alocintlll free Kcmrli Imc rtfcnlly IIc3R eulUntM land greatly impnivctl It tnnkw ti jMcinUy of LOCAL NEWS including tlmt of tho Court of Appeal State Fiscal Court The 1wlontl Court It is es pecially vnliinhlc to lawyers Subscription yearly 84 Scntl reinittaiuc tn WeP WALTON PROR Frankfort KentuckyMh e LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ie CAPITAL STOCK eaoooo Olrectors J B Paxton J B Owstey II Shanks w0 Walker Ono W Carter i II Rater li 0 Oooch W II Oummlns W M llrlcht U L Hobble w U Shanks man farmers heat A Trust Company and under taint continuouslyfur SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such bnntnesi relation will prove mutually beneflolal First National 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