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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 0 VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 10 1900 NO 97 E HlTCHESON JiJAMEStine Citizens Bank of Urodhcnd An exper Clitics this paper Ho is from Sweet Owen anti Letter From An Old Lincoln County School Teacher HoonlliVEn Onu Jan 2To my many friends and rolaUvia I will thro tho columns of the IvnmipR Jouimt uniwvr many Utters of Inquiry I have received since I Immfernted to the WestI Kentucky aooompatrttd by my husband April S7 1806 Good lack favoring us wo landed In Hood IMror Wusco county Qmgvn six days lator At first I thought I had landed in an immense forest 1 could see evergreen trees covering tho lidos of mountain in nil directions Ixwklng to the north I saw Ml Adam C8 mile away with its snow capped peak towering over 12 000 feet high to the It UH br kn foot hula with UM Columbia river low tag between to the south Mt Hood with iU white cap raised 114 15 feet to the WOllt MU Dtflwwe with the oW Columbia at iU base nltagAthar mak ing a vory i icturMUC Hen After climbing a gradual slant for about threequarter of n mile I came to one of tlw neat boauUful vall yfl nature ha produced ilratcliinKSS miles north and south with the mognifkcnt stream of water railed tin Hood river flowing through the center Hero In this valley M I travel along IICO urrw and acrw of trowbtrrio the finest that are produced In the Wt and my it makes onea mouth wnter to see tho orclwrd hanging full of big rid oppla that win pri a all over the United State The gardens nre equally S as fine n cabbage lead weighing 36 pounds which would be hard for you to boat in your town Tho good old berry tints cornea once a year from the fiat of Iklay until thu Inst of Juno then the curling ameko from the Indian wlgwnms can be soon in ovary grovo and at night the still nose of the air U broken by the mourn ful sound of their drums This U tho busy ononof the year then comes tho lull for n month or two then com IS another rush with tho apple picking timeThere is cnrcely any rnln here from tho last of March until the first of De cember the winters nre mild and if it snoWs the warm breezes from the Ja pan current onuses it to melt In a day I or two Farming is curried on by means of Irrigation A person will tto have to pay from O to 100 an acre for land hero in the valley or you can lease land from one to 10 years by give ing part of the crops for your lease The schools nro good nnd well attend ed I hnvo tnught one term since I have been here Tho school system is tdifferent from tho Kentucky system Tho too not required to wnit for their salaries nt tho end of each school month they draw their months salary Tho teachers wages here nro J mnch better than In the East A com mon laboring man is paid from 1M to nnd his expenses are about3 a day in tho Easttho same as If tho sportsman wants to come along J there is plenty of deer nnd bear In the forest Jf ho will only bring his dog ho can catch them for good dogs are scarce here- I guess I had better bring my letter to a close for fear the good editor will think Lam taking up too much spacer t r at Wo will visit you all in tho fnll if my husband gets his flying machine done Vtahlng all a bright and prosperous your I remain yours truly Mns ALLUN HART Nothingl One ky they had n falling out And played the game of sulk and petit And whatdoye think t was all about Nothing She went to mas and mount to stay WMeb made his dlnnor Into that day Whan she returned what did ho say Nothing Although lie stayed out late that night And drank n glow or two for pite What dId sho do to serve him right SS Nothing Now ero tho ending of the week Rash onught the ether going to spoakl Whnt bolter ending is to seek Nothing Yet Mend and neighbor were per pluxotl Mad seine old ladles oven vexed Te wait and find whnt hapjxmcd next Nothing Puck Cured His Mother of JKhouma tlsm gay cnotber has ben a sufferer for many years from rheumaliam says W H lowed of Husband l nnsyl vanta At Ham she was unable to stove nt ail while at all thaws walk Ing was pat ftil r presented her with n bottle of Chamberlain Pain Balm and after n few applications lobe decided It way the mewl wonderful pain reliever she had ever tried in not she U never without it now and Is at nil times ttblv to walk Au occasional application of Pnln Halm UOPJIS away the pain that she wns formerly troubled with For sale by nil druggists Tho famous paycar of tho great Carnegie steel and iron interests makes Ita trips every fortnight carrying its paymaster nnd his eight assistants over n route of nbout 75 miles of railway from Donora Pa to Youngstown Ohio paying out in that time upward of 2000000 nearly nil in gold coin A wellknown authority at Homestead who is in closo touch with the mill hands says of present conditions as compared with former years Tho boys never made so much money nor have they been so prosperous us now The increased tonnage and new ma chinery have made it possible for them to make more money than ever before Everybody is happy and all is well Stomach Troubles and Constipation CbambcrlulnH Stomach and Liver Tablets are tho lest thing for Htomadi troubles and constipation I have oversold It says J U Culhnun druggist of Pottcrvllfe Mich They uro easy to take and nlawya glvo satisfaction I toll my customers to try them and if not satisfactory to como hack and get their money but have never hull a complaint U Fur solo by all druggists a FarmerIs thcr a postal fur me say in when Cousin Liza here ter see us Postmasters Wife from back room Yaas shell be yer Tuesday NEWS NOTES jY M C A buildingjto cost ioo 000 is to bo built in Baltimore = =A reward of 1000 is offered for the assassin of ProfE M Roach of Hick manJohn Fawcett prominent oil har dler of Cleveland 0 dropped dead there The safe of the postofficcjat Thomas ton Ala was blown open nnd 200 was dormitory of Kentucky Normal College at Prestonsburg was destroyed by fire Near Liletown Green county Wash Sinker was shot and instantly killed by Mont Idle The Kentucky Press Association will hold its Mid Winter Meeting at Frank fort on January fflrd President Roosevelt was initiated to tho Improved Order of Red Men in his private office at the White House Harry Orchard was committed with out bail at Caldwell Idaho on the charge of assassinating former Gov Stcuncnburg John liaskcttc one of the wealthiest farmercapitalists of Henderson county died suddenly as the result of an apo plectic stroke Cal Newton charged with tho murder of George and James Smith father and son in Franklin county was given n lifo sentence Fire starting from an explqsion de stroyed the Carnegie Steel Companys plant at Greenville Pa causing a loss of between 100000 and 600000 Robert 0 Erwin president of the Atlantic Coast Line dropped dead in the woods while going over his vast game preserve near Saybrook Conn A Southern railway train dispatcher prevented a collision near New Albany by telegraphing to a farm house one of tho occupants of which nagged both trainsWilliam Davis convict electrician at tho Frankfort penitentiary was killed by coming in contact with a live wire which he picked up supposing it to be cotton convention in New Or loans adopted the report of Ita commit tee recommending that the remainder of the cotton crop be held for 15 cents a Mnry L McKinnoy prominent society woman and church worker of Alcdo III was convicted of cruelty to her adopted daughter Stella Grady 1C years of age With liabilities at more than 76000 and but 116 of personal property as assets B F Talbott a well known real estate broker of Lexington has filed n petition in bankruptcy Tho National Exchange Bank and the Central National Rank of Lexington arc to be consolidated and become a State bank and trust company with n pnidup capital stock of 000000 An indictment containing seven counts was returned by the Warren county grand jury against J E and W J Potter comprising tho banking firm of P J Putters Sons of Howling Green in connection with tho failure of the bank Thy quickest conviction on record in Judge Stouts court wu made at Frank fort Saturday G F JollitF was given two years on a charge of forgery and within half an hour was taken to the penitentiary JollifT confessed to the charge against him A dentiit from Shoals Ind identi fied ono of the suspects arrested by the Louisville police as a man who came to his office the day boforo the robbery at Shoals The five alleged yeg men wore hold to the grand jury and in de fault of bail nre confined in jail A story by way of Cincinnati is that the Indiana authorities are about to requisitionfugitive will bo surrendered The nu thorities nt Frankfort say they know nothing of nny such programme Chronic Constipation Cured One who suffers from chronic consti pation is in danger of many norlous ailments Orlno Laxative Fruit Syr up cures chronic constipation us It aids digestion and stimulates tho liver nnd howls restoring tho natural ac tlon of these organs Commence tak ing it todny and you will feel bcttorat onco Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup docs not naiisoato or grlpo and is very pleasant to tuvv itofuso substitutes Pennys Drug Store When ze word tofire was given ze grrretit duelist fired in tho air Ahl Magnanimous man Mais non Hoes opponent had climbed a tree Cleveland CORNS CuuEDCorn pitwill posi tively remove corns in four days Tho treatment is simple nnd pleasant and wo absolutelyguaranteo to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns nro not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottlo of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure Is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky HUSTONVILLE Miss Julia Stagg has returned from a visit to friends in the capital of Casey Miss Maud Williams has returned from a delightful visit to friends and relatives in Lexington Lutes Co and D C Allen shipped a car each of assorted cattle pnd hogs to Cincinnati Saturday Rev S B Lander will preach at the Prebyterian church at Hustonville next Sunday morning nnd evening Rev G W Mills bought the business house occupied by Bishop Lipps on Main Street of Emmett McCormack at an advanced price paid by Mr Mc Cormack two weeks ago Francis Weatherford who returned Monday to his duty as page to Speaker Lawrence reports his position as exceedingly pleasant and his associations all that could be desired Rural Routo No 1 from this place handled during the month of December 3433 pieces of mail No2 did not do quite so well as the route has not been established near so long F M Peavyhouso Sons will make another shipment this week of five hogs heads of their splendid crop of tobacco In the lot is one hogshead of extra select leaf that is a fine silken texture It will bring n fancy price The Hustonville Commercial Club will meet Thursday night at 7 oclock at Ma sonic Hall Every professional and bus iness man in our city and community is requested to bo present as matters of exceeding importance are to bo present ed The superiority of the soil of Lincoln county is evidenced again by the tobacco sales in Louisville last week from 26 Burley raising counties in the State There were over 1000 hogsheads sold and tho Lincoln county product headed the list at 1575 after a sharp decline of fully 3 per cent on higher grades Mrs Kato Myers having closed quite successful season in the millinery bus iness has invested a portion of her earnings in horses cattle and hogs which so far has been such n satisfac tory investment that she will us soon ustho weather permits her going in crease the number of each and may add n bunch of good sheep Tho judge has no interest in the above stock but be lieves tho investment will pay a large per cent to Mrs Myers on account of gratuitous provender against which he says nothing Today it is computed that there arc in tho United States no fewer that 70 estates that average in value 35000 000 each There are ten private fort unes aggregating 2000000000 those namely of John D Rockefeller Andrew Carnegie Marshal Field W K Vanderbilt John Jacob Astor J P Morgan Russell Sage J J Hill Senator W A Clark and William Rockefeller There ore 400 fortunes aggregating 3000000000 and 4500 aggregating 10000000000 6000 men in this country whose aggregate wealth is estimated at 15000000000 actually own to say nothing of how much they control nearly onesixth of our entire national wealth in money land mines building industries fran chises and everything else of vnlue which sixth if put into gold would give them nil the yellow metal above ground in tho world and leave more than 9000000000 still owing thorn Harpers Weekly A Modern fiJiraclo Truly miraculous sewned the recovery of Mrs Mollie Holt of this place writes J O H Hooper Woodford Tenn Nile was so wasted by cough- Ing up puss from her lungs Doctors declared her end so near that her family lied watched by hor bedside 43 hours when at my urgent request Dr Rings Now Discovery was given her with tho astonishing result that nUll continued rteOered1IIndGuaranteed euro for coughs and colds SOc and at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lynp Bros Crab Orchard Trial bottle free A prizewinning hen at the Nashville Poultry Show last week sold for 110 JohnnieMe teacher has an awful nerveFatherWhat did she do Johnnie Borrowed me pencil ter give me a poor mark wid The Original Foley Co Chicago originated Ilonoy and Tar ns a throat and lung remedy and on account of the groat merit and popularity of Foleys lion oy and Tar many Imitations are offer ed for tho genuine Thooo worthless Imitations have similar sounding names liowara of them The gen ulno Foloys Honey and Tar Is In a yellow package Ask for il and refuse any substitute It is tho best remedy for coughs and colds Pennys Drug Store YOUNG Jersey a wonderful milk lOW for 161 Stanford b i 0J r Musical Merchandise BanjosClarionetscordeons Concerlinas Harps Har monophones Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate 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 SOAP WEEKAT W H HIGGINSC- ASH HOUSElSTANFORD KENTUCKY 12 Cakes Ark for 2jcts 8II Drownforls 2 5cts x Lenox for 25cts i Brno for 25cts- I Grand Pit fur acts j II Ivory for 2jct 2 Ark for fite 10 IIown Talk for 2jets 2 Town Talk for deli u if A Prepare For 1906 COAL AND WOOD White Oak Cannot Last Toiintssoo Jellico B G Jollico Mountain Ash Jellico Barren Fork FIa DVheat Straw Millet Hay Millet Straw Timothy liny Mixed Hay Corn Oats Bran ShipstufF Big4 Mixed Barley BEST COW FEED ON TILE MARKET Big4 Mixed Feed Ground Corn Onts Bran and Barleyfor The per sack till Xmas Wo have a r Crusher and ran grind anything in time feel line Give us your order GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY Pure Water I can furnish you a Filter that will make Pure Water in your cistern You hail better fix up your gutter mid got one of these Filters so us to get s time Winter nnd Spring rains J S H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky BUY YOUll Collars Hames Collar Pads Backhands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets Grub Tools c fromt George De Hopper Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries Tinware Queensware Tiling Etc BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES tf r The Interior Journal E C WALTON IN order that the president of tho United States may not courtesies have to pay hisI preIsentedpriato 100000 to equip and maintain a presidents train to be hauled at rcgu h Jar railway mileage the other to give i the president an annual sum of 1500 for transportation Neither bill is worthy of consideration There is no more justice in the people paying the i spresidents way when he travels on his own business than it is that they should pay those of the cabinet officers of the government A NormiSTOWN judge in a recent case laid down the law law relating to mothI ers inlaw as follows It should be distinctly understood that the husband is master of his own house The wife ml has no right to invite or admit her mother or any one else to the house against her husbands will This eminent judge gives the wife no say so j tip in matters but 99 out of every 100 wives t will do what they please it matters not what the courts say They are built that way WITH the majority of the contes committee Republicans and the vote unanimous in his favor it looks like the lion W A Young has a pretty j fair title to his seat There never iwasanything in the contests against him and we congratulate him and the State in the handsome way he won out TilE late skirmish between Russia and Japan cost the big country 1000 000000 according to a recent report It also cost upwards of several hundred thousand lives and maybe the neck of the emperor POLITICAL A bill prohibiting the playing of foot ball was Introduced in the Virginia Legislature New postoffice established in Rock castle county between Brodhead and Quail to be known as Spiro The appointment of W R Speck as postmaster at Bowling Green has been decided upon Hisname will be sent to the Senate next week Talk of electing President Roosevelt as the successor of Dr Harper at the head of the University of Chicago has become strong in university circles President Patterson of State College has renewed his request of he Fayette county fiscal court for an appropriation with which to establish a medical department of the college The committee sitting in the con- c test of J L Howell and T P Bar bour against Will A Young the Demo cratic member from Bath and Rowan counties awarded the seat to Mr YoungDavid E Sherrick former Auditor of State of Indiana has been indicted on a charge of embezzling State funds W S Wickard alleged to have bor rowed State funds is indicted jointly with Sherrick on a charge of con spiracy to embezzle Gov Beckham has recommended to the State Capitol Commission that only a habitable Caiptol be erected for the present leaving the proposed orna mental features to future Legislatures The estimates of the architect are re garded as too high and a general reduction is probableIWhile in Louisville W Godfrey Hunter gave out the following Interview I am out of politics forever When I make this statement it is not in the spirit of a Patti or Bernhardt but I mean it I will devote the remainder of my days in developing the mountain district of the State I am located at Somerset a city of 6000 which I believe will have a population of 12000 within a year lion J M Alvcrson has offered a bill providing for an appropriation of 10000 to statues of Henry Clay and William Goebel in the Hall of Fame at the National Capitol Authorizes the governor to name five commissioners to carry out provisions of the measure Mr Alverson also offered a bill making it unlawful for a sleeping car company to make up the upper berths of cars where only the lower berth of the sec tion is to be occupied CHURCH MATTERS The town of Sharpsburg is composed exclusively of Hardshell Baptists Rev A P Cave of Richmond Va has been called to the pastorate of the Christian church at Maysville Eld Joseph Ballou will celebrate his 70th birthday Sunday by preaching at the Christian church that morning A good crowd will doubtless be present to hear this grand old gentleman The Loyalist organization of the Presbyterian s has issued 1Cumberand Nashville declaring its tho church organiza f tion intact regardless of the blast of 1 the union trumpet f Revs Geo Thompson and D L r Gooch closed a 10 days meeting at Old t lihcrtv church near Woodstock with 40 addItions to that and other churches I More than 30 were baptized by Rev Gooch on Sunday at the of the r services Somerset Mountaineer l l I f j i d IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Eliza Swofford has appointed post countyI has been M N Moser a wellknown mill man is dead at Dunnville Casey county J B Stouffcrs clothing store at Richmond was badly damaged by fire and water John W Kincer was shot and kills at a turkey shooting in Knott county by Louis Sizetnpre Ed Benge was given three years for participation in the killing of J J C Howard in Clay county Mrs Sallie Harding stepmother of Mrs Robert Homing of Danville is dead in Washington City Tho Liberty Roller Mill is now in full blast turning out a fine grade of meal and flour says the News Miss Sadie Aldridge aged 20 died at her home in Parksville after a linger ing illness of consumption Charles Robinson William Wolf William Leger and Mart Little are in jail at London accused of operating an illic it distilleryFor In tho killing of Rep resentative J J C Howard in Clay county last spring Creed Benge was sentenced to four years in the peniten tiary The court of appeals affirmed tho Laurel circuit court in the case of H C Thompson vs C M Randall Judgment for 8500 on notes executed for railroad building Congress has allowed Postmaster J H Hankla of Junction City the sum of 21095 This represents the amount stolen from the postoffice some months since by burglars The Knights of Pythias Lodge of Pittsburg is in a prosperous condition having in its treasury l2fi975 cash and notes besides owning property valued at 1000 It has 119 members atpresentFrank appeared in court at Pine ville before Circuit Judge Moss a motion for ball being refused Isis at torneys then asked for an early trial and the court set the case for Tuesday January 23 The London Laundry Company has been incorporated with a capital stock of 10000 Capt R M Jackson and John R forcing arc at the head of this movement which insures its suc cessLondon Local Miss Catherine Nosko daughter of John Nosko of Junction City died at St Anthonys Hospital in Louisville of tuberculosis where she was recently taken for treatment The body was brought to Junction City forburial John Bird of Middlesboro was arrested and taken before the grand jury of Bell being delivered to the foreman by Sheriff Johnson He was placed under bond of 2500 He is supposed to know much about the recent dis turbances in Middlesboro The shooting of Roy Van Dyke at Perryville on last Tuesday night by an unknown person has had the effect of bringing tho citizens of that town to an excitement approaching on fever heat Mr Van Dyke who lives at Eni do in Boyle county was walking along the main street at Perryville and just as ho passed the Enterprise Hotel he was fired upon from the rear Five shots were fired at him only one of which took effect inflicting a flesh wound in the shoulder Tho family of the late J M LInney if Danville yesterday came into possession of 1500 acres of land in Lincoln county Mr Linneys mother will id the land to him at her death but at that time it was not worth a great deal ind he discontinued paying taxes upon it Later he beccame annoyed with the holdings and burnt the deed and let the whole matter drop Since his death the natter was placed in the hands of Attorney Henry Jackson of this city who has been working on the case endeavoring to secure a new deed and compromise the question of taxation The Iced was secured yesterday Taxes for three years were paid and the title s now clear The tract is near Crab Orchard and In tho immediate vicinity if Dripping Springs and is reputed toe worth 10 per acre or 15000 in the iggregate Danville News May Live +00Years The chances for living a lull century ire excellent In the case of Mrs Jennie Duncan of Haynesvillo Ile now 70 ears old She writes Electric Litters cured me of Chronic Dyspepsia of 20 years standing and made mo feel as well and strong as a young girl1 Electric Bitters cure Stomach and Liver diseases Blood disorders General Debility and bodily weakness Sold on a guarantee at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price only boo A small crowd attended court at Danville yesterday and not much business was transacted Cattle were slow but mules were in active demand at big pricesA of venue has been askedby the Commonwealth in the murder case against Frank Ball at Pineville Tho Dunlop Milling Companys plant at Clarksville Tenn was damaged by fire to the extent of 250000 Dr William M Hill the oldest homeopathic physician in the State died at of senility Marshall Field the great Chicago merchant is at deaths door r h Here and There Dynamite was used In an attempt to destroy the jail at Barbourville Little damage was done as the structure framework is of steel In a collision of freights on the Southern Railroad near Lawrenceburg Fireman John Lawler was killed and fIve other trainmen badly injured One engine was demolished and soveral cars burnedWomen of the U D C of Kentucky numbering 3000 have formed a lobby to urge the passage of a bill appropriat ing 20000 for a Kentucky monument at Shiloh Many of the women will gQ to Frankfort Richard Ivins after attempting to assault Mrs Frank Holllster in Chicago strangled her to death and left her body in the yard of the house Ivins admit the crime but claims he was drunk when he committed it A bill preventing the presentation of the play Uncle Toms Cabin In Kentucky will be presented to the General Assembly through the effort of the Lexington Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy Isidore Schweitzer of Buffalo committed suicide in the presence of a room fullof guests invited to attend his farewell bachelor dinner Schweitzer was to have been married next week After dinner which was a merry affair Schweitzer invited his guests into an other room I have a great joke in store for you he said Ho took a number of envelopes from a drawer and distrib uted them among his guests and while they were examining them and trying to solve their hostas mysterious actions Schweitzer picked up a bottle of car bolic acid and drank it He died before a doctor arrived IN MEMORIAM James II Haines died Des 31 1005 at his home in the Neals Creek section aged 69 years He was a member of the Christian church having given his heart to his savior his early life lIe is survived by a wife and five children who are as follows Mrs Taylor S Roberts Mrs Nellie G Brady Mr James IL Rains of Tombstone Arizona Mrs N F Martin Mr hanks E Raines of Louisville Darling father you have left us goneButLingering with the happy throng cominglowHow wo miss you darling father One we loved so dear to all Father dear you have left us Left us yes forever more How wo bear the pain and sorrow God alone does only know Heaven now has got our treasure iarth the lonely casket keeps lingerWhere grandhildren A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good- A II Thurnes a wellknown coal operator of Buffalo 0 writes lave been ullllcteil with kidney and ladder trouble for years passing graTe I and stones with excruciating into I got no relief from nuulluinu until I began taking Fo leys Kidney Cure then the result was surprising A few doses started the brick dust like ino stones and now I have no pain cross my kidneys and I fuel like new man It has done me 81000 worth of good Pennys Drug Store J M Roberts will be in Lancaster Monday next with 70 or 80 cattle from elves to 1200 pound- ersPUBLIC SALE Of n Bluc Grass Farm Crop nnd Stock Having declIttl to quit forming I will on TItUItHDAY JANUAUY II nt my residence near 11I15etJurrlnl roan U Huntuiky null to my arm of nlnutythrett uti iicrm of uood rluh unite IKIIIII In n high state ol It IIIllrUd ltna good tuning n nod cottaeu of ms room one Inilland threu orullll AIM ood cellar Instlnu cltitvrn lOOl1 outbuildings two lusting jHind two lasting prlni s two taini ono lood tunanl house ot tour rooms nnu one torch Also fruit of nil kinds with u mini IIrlllllrloorTblM cnn lx cultivated Pwentvelght acres to go In corn mid tolmu co In Twenty acres sowed In wheat haft good stand and tho remainder Krnll8 iioxtolllcehurihKnilthK allolloll the Ijuicaiter and Illclt lSf1II11IJlIIIirthJnrrard The community for quiet cobrlety mil Christianity cannot lieimrnaMrd At the stunt time and I will also null I lot or hugs and Sates one extra good Jer ey inlets cow tight head of homo one good gentle Iiiirmm maro sired by Honor a ni ol led WllkD her dune Mumlwr rlncc one yearling lily by Cecllliin duct ind out of the Honor maroj ont ood four rearold road mare speed by Ilex hall dunh y Kmperor Wilts a iood gent driver two good combined threu yeur old mare OliO uood combined two year oid Illly one 1t00l1 family and farm horse one brood nan In font to Jack farming Implements consist of ono drill me corn planter ono II lie harrow ono moothlng burrow on cult iitar two tllrll lug plows one mowlim machine twodoubte ilioveU one two horsu wagon till in good upalr and other things too numcrouN to mention Also one good rilblior tine buggy ind harness one good brake curt and road fartCrop consists of threo lucks of liny ono mud red thocki of miKiir colic ono hundred shocks of Rood corn ladder and live linn Ired blnd or oats Tirmsof Sale Tho farm will ln sold In Ire0 equal payments ono third cash In land ointlilrd In one year and onothlnlIII two yean with IlxJr cent Interest rout dUy of silo hut with plea on the anil to recur tho latt two paymonls rind interest The tock and crop will lx sold on six nonths tlmo for all sun of twenty dollar ir moru with nix doer cent Interest from lay of suite until paid j under twenty dollar null In hand anylineHale to begin at a m Dated thll th day of Doccmlwr fats- T 11AMBKY Mnnso Ky ff V Prowltt Auctioneer Klrkivllle Ky J1 a it OOODStorTODRYWarm p we need such weather as this An OVERCOAT warm long full back and stylish in both Boys and Mens it UNDERWEARIn Cotton Fleeced at 25 and 50 Cents per garment Wrights Wove Fleeced at 100 per garment Royal Slik Plush at 150 per garment PELT AND GUM BOOTSFeltJBoots 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 r THE 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 iIIHAIRckAnt tmlUM frooKXtl laiwHlK Hmt rd to oreHal to its Vont C Cunt dlMM hair tWI strntalma A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrts Drug Store in the Owsley Building For Sale Privately My house and 10 acm ot land situated jail outside of town IlmlU on the Somerset pike house ass rooms kitchen and ier yaats room Rood cellar liable and all accessary oatbulldlngt Water hjdrnnl In be yard one for itock J P IUILEY Jesse W Sweeney raorszaT01t Livory Fool and Solo Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellted and cared for Up to date tilt al reasonable ralI INSURANCEFire Accident ollobllt tbo IJIHT Itepn wmteal lowtstIo slblw lint Ouamntevd Lots ltiylngIl ordUnequallvU Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence hone Jfo Kf MEW LIVERY STABLE BUBEB CLARSSON Inn jVNCTION CITY KV IwtOIa Turnouts at RaasonKbli Rates Special Atteotlon to Traveling Men Grain and Hay For Halo A Special Bargain Ono hundred and sixty ncr farm nliout 0 mllfB Nortwest of Mtanfortl boil twoslory Izroulit dwel ling aldtndld stock barn join of tho best watered farms In tin county all nocesMiry outbuilding Hplendld orelmrd micros in bluograss never lieu plowed Tim wholo farm lays well nnd tlnro Is no waste land on It Klve miles from Imnvllle and In n s lundld community This H lMirgnlnnnl tho place must Ill sold within tin uuxtu days h cut can ix losws lonBlveiuitonr For ortleulnreeefuulrillhiteorIItIl- ughes Stanford S- yINSURANCE f Your house may never burn You are sure to die See and talk with n M Newland who wilt thou you tho policy best adapted to your ago nnd circumstances Claims paid promptly J5vidcmU paid annually or defer red 11 M NUWIAND Agent Mutual TAle Insurance Co of N Y Organized 18lfl DarJJ Tray lort DIALXtl IJ Whisk li Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc Oarpsntsr House Oloi to pvwlh OMIOH STANFORD KY Prompt Nothing butlbba todnk an4rUtl cr or4er tlcll- naIptat1tDtJOI THE DOCTOR FIRST THEN TO US WITH THE PRESCRIPTION The More Serious the Illness the Greater the Need WE DO NOT PRESCRIBE Flints the physicians busiuew WB DO however compound his prescriptions exactly as he wntita them with STANDARD ultras of KNOWN UltlTYnllll tho price is always right 72000 TIMES Weve been trusted with prescriptions WitlIot bring us yours PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky DIAMOND EDGE TOOLS Arc the favorite tools ofgood work men Their all around goodness has made them so and al who ever wed them swcnr by them You cant use any other kind it you want to do the best work CnlStl5tUAfClltTS lilTS rlLtS msf- J ti i h auP4I tJQ Q1ffORGi H FARRIS n Stanford Kentucky JUST THE TIME TO I BUY AN OVERCOAT I I The Weather Is Right W JB Perkins Crab Kentucky Orchard j 111I Special Prices Green Ticket Ixnitdnlo Cotton T 8Jo yd 12 ynnl piece long cloth worth totiny nt the high price of cotton IJJc per yard You can imvo the bolt forSl1HMn xviilo H rky Cambrico only lOcyil Clarks 0 r1 Thread G spools for L 5c SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY SrANronn KY 1s1II lOO DRUGS and Drug Sundries at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS SAM LKVITAN Is visiting inLouUvill JOHN lh SHANKS went to Louisvll JT KMIHIY Is a sufferer Crom rheumatism MRS IJlmu UUIJLTONIs with louls ville friends Mlis W B Goon visited relatives In the West End T D NBWUWJD JR was up from Danville Sunday i MR JOHN W BROWN of alt Vcr non was hero Friday MRS Wiu KINNey of Junction City was with Mrs T D Raney sine JOHN KIRK of Lancaster was a caller at this office yesterday Misa VIRGINIA UOUKNB has enteredI the Cincinnati CollcRO of Music MRS B W GIVKM of tho lIuhhlo section la very HI with pneumonia S COOCH or Mu ANn MRS P Wayncsburjj wcro callers yesterday is visiting Miss JKNNIB NBWLAND Newland In the Last End Miss DelpWa MIS8KS EUXN IfALtAU and Berta Jean Penny spent Saturday Clncinni- U M E PIIIUJPS and family now occupy n portion of T C Halls resl amen MRS BUCKUURN HUFFMAN presented her husband with a daughter Mar Louise UIS PATTIB MOORES who has been with her slater Mrs Arthur Barnes returned to Louisville Friday MASTER WAWEU MIUURN Is learn In this office ine the art preservative and la ranking a flno IN remitting for hia paper Crom Stroudo T Elihu Wells says that weather Is fine and business good orders his L JMR J E FARRIS chnnled from Danville to Orlando Fla where ho is spending a few months SKNATOR R I Huunu and blocs James McKcdnl and MB Eubank are In Atlanta with several carload or mules THOMPSON of Crab Or Miss LiLLY chard is the week with Mr and Mrs W bh PoyntcrMU Vernon SIJnal GIVBNS leftMILKER loin roncB Friday for Mobile Ala to spend a month or so with hla Ion Mr K II Givens picture of Miss Florence A uANUSORtt Harris of Lancaster appeared in Sat urdays Louisville Times Miss Harris JU Harris of TurMris a sister of nirsvillo is horn trotEVARNONMRS W Allhoville N c to ego her aunt Miss Rhoda Iunaforo who sulTered broken weeka Sho i doing ns hip somo well as could bo expected who svaa theti Mats SMITIJ It PAyYY Bau hman of JOHIhMolather bir John FVA BAILBY has been entered as MISs cmdiJate fur the Courlw Journals blcrcers iron trlt to Eumpc to be Siv en the most popular young laity teach MIss bcon busily ollgag rr in hor cause cd IntcrestniR her mum Harroduburc Democrat n LOCALS CASH business exclusively this year Ed Wilkinson ALWAYS road W lt lUggins steel Ing ad and keop poste ourhino of cannal CAM and see goons before you buy George D Hopper Foil SALE Fancy bred barred Ply v mouth Hock cockerels and turkey hens T A Mica a TUB weather is still unsettled and that rain or snowarotho prospects will fall today v W Y EiiWlN tho noted corn doS Is nt the St Asaph Hotel Seo him if your feet troublo you HrNTRichard Eiumpton prop phonofare83 Ray and son charges TilE Negroes GarrardAdams barn Inburningwith which they wero held In 200 bond each gavo Ladies Aid Society will meet 1rrilE W M bright at 2oclock Sat afternoon A large attendance urdayt is desired t Go to Wilkinson and get a hot or cold shower bath JLIr Wilkinson make your old clothes new He can do it NEW line of 5 and lOc ware Just re cclvcd Best vulva ever shown L M Hucy Co Fort HFHTCottago near depot ror mcrly occupied by Mrs Pattio nnys P P Nunnelloy Foil RENT The storerOOm on Lan caster street just vacated by Gnrlaml Singleton Apply at this office LOST between Rowland and Me Cormacks church a black laced boot NO1 Leave at this office and receIve rewanh FOR SALE on RIrDr J K Van Arsdalos residence Possession hen nt once Apply to L R Hughes Stan ford Ky- 1tFSrAUttA T barber shop mid resl lento in Junction City all well locate for sale Write J Newton Crnlg Junction City Ky Iou want to ids yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concentrated Crab Orchard Water for anlo by W BMcKobcrts It will do the work TUB reAppointment Postmaster J C Florence of Stanford hoe been recommended by Mr Cortclyou and hla tame will go to the Senate this week lave Washington dispatch A MOST successful term of school WIUI dosed at Rowland Jan 12 by Miss Laura Dye A largo crowd was Ilrcsent and enjoyed the numerous recitation inloRUca and tableaux which wcro excellently rendered by the pupils WE ouresduya issue that hristian College Hustonvillc wns aught by Mr James Frye Wo aro iked to say that tho other creditor Mrs Jennie Carpenter Messrs T I Carpenter J K Baughman and JnmCb W Powell were equally interested WILL LEE and George Bradley colored wcro tried Saturday for shooter out an electric light and wcro held over In liO each Tho penalty is two to 10 rears in the penitentiary John Kennedy also colored was given 30 days In jail for stealing meat from W 0 Walk cr THE Mt Moriah school at Highland aught by Miss Mary Wilson of Cral Irchard came to a close Friday when the teacher treated her pupils to lots good things Miss Wilson gave orI atisfaction as a teacher and lany friends during her sojourn in lighland section CRAII OHCIIAUD is to have a new ostmastor Mr Thomas W Napier III clovor citizen of that end of the coup ty has boon appointed and will tnki largo of tho office In a short while lie promises to handle tho INTBRIOI OUHNAU carefully and as long as ho eons his promise wo shell have no reason to kick on his appointment BRADY Mr JoromDllrady for morly of this county died in Lexington nt the residence of his son J M Brady aged CO and was buried in the Lexington cemetory sitar a short service at tho residence by Rev Spencer Ho Is survived by two sons and ono daugh ter L D Brady Covington J M Brady Lexington Mrs Boone Martin Taylor Texts Mr Brady was born in Lancaster C 0 SPRINGS FOR A FEEBLE MINDED I JSTITUTE Messrs A Addams and ergo B Saufley of Lincoln county wero in the city yesterday to interest tho Legislature in tho matter of buying tho Crab Orchard Sprints property for n Feeble Minded Institute if the body nccepts Gov Bcckhams suggestion to- have tho Feeble Minded children sent to the institution instead of allowing n per capita of 75 as now lays tho Frankfort Journal The gentlemen say that tho property can bo bought at 1I1lturo greatly less than un addition could bo built to tho present institution and that the location is convenient and Iden1 Should a change bo made in tho- caro of feeble minded children which Beems Imperative since tho present law Is made n hardship on the State an vcstigation of the advantages of tho Crab Springs should be mado Tho main originally cost 00000 and has some 115 rooms whilo thero are manycottaqes in addition that could which can bo secured it is said for a nominal figure ci Get Busy Mith your while tewing No bctlor time thou these winter days for Sowing and wo have the nuccnrics for you Wo arc showing lots of new good such as Cottons Sheetings Cambrics Long Cloths J ainsooks Dimities White Waistings Ging hams Dress Cambrics Laces Embroideries Buttons Thread Table Linens Napkins Towels Hemstitched Sheets Pillow and Bolster Cases Linen Sheetings etc Como and let us show you we have expended some energy to put before you the best lino of White Goods it Il1s ever been our pleasure to how you Go to Wilkinson for firstclass laur dry Go to Wilkinsons shop for a stylish hair cut and an easy shave BuiNO your prescriptions to Dr W N Craig for low prices and best sere vice FOR SALB Two fresh milk cows give four gallons of milk each dally Lock box 178 Stanford Ky +IK you want a plow try a Chattanooga If you like it buy Ili if not return it and get your money back George H Farris I AM over witha largo number of small pieces of fine harid painted China which I will sell Lelow coats W H Mueller REPRESENTATIVE ALVERSON has In traduced a bill which provides for tho transfcrral of Casey county from the Eleventh to tho Eighth Congressional District TUB fame and fortune of Boyle counI tys clever jailer W S Fitzgerald Is as good as made A patent medicine firm is using his picture as an ads tiscment of Its goods You are requested to call and settlo your account with me I have taken in a partner in the person of my brother Grimes Bcazlcy and must get my books Straightened up J R Beazlcy A WEST END friend of Mr R L Pulliam suggests him as good Conga liana timber Mr Pulliam is a fine gentleman a good lawyer and a true iluo democrat and his legion of friends would like to see him honored Con rcssman Pulliam would sound pretty veil to many cars CARD OK THANKS We desire to ox tress our sincere thanks to relatives nd friends for their sympathy and Jndness extended in our sad bereavement in tho loss of our dear father fames H Raines We also thank Brc foe McClary for his words of consol ion at the home also Mrs Baughma nnd Mrs Huffman for tho songs sang The Bereaved Family theyI NOT SMALLPOX It turns out that here is a mistake about littlo Kathet Ino Gregory of Covington grand laughter of Judgo James P Bailey of this place having amall lax Mrs Gregory wrote her father about the child being sick and by a slip of the pen wrote smallpox instead of chicken pox It fumes out however thllt Catherine hasnt chickenpox and Is cell and is going to school again THERE are urgesnguinst John Plul Miller of Lancaster hazing and ncouraging pr countenancing hazing iiul night specifications However here is only ono incident as a basis for all the specifications It is alleged that Jillor based Stanley L Canine of- LlAno Texas Henry G Cooper Jr of Ixford N C Max B Demott or ifs Mich and John E Donelson or awnee Okla by compelling them to perrorm No10 together Miller if he IH acquitted will graduate on tho 12th of next month and his- holastic standing will not bo below No 3 in the class of over 100 Illler introduced as counsel in his trial which Is in progress at Annapolis Col Charles IL Lauchcimer U S M Soo an1 E S Thcall of Washington D Col Lauchelmor is tho author of flit andard work on the forms and pro lure in use by navel court martnls Wo sincerely hope the young man will- be discharged and that ho may be permitted to graduate with fho high hone- ors ho has worked so hard for KINGSVILLE Mr bh G Murphy asks us to state that tho board of trustees of the Kings vll1e school district No 53 of Lincoln county will receive sealed bids good nnd sufficient bond accompanying Cor- tho purpose of building an additional roomto the present school house AU- bids must be in by 3 p M Jan 23 The board reserves tho right to reject any and all bids For specifications and further information apply to tho board of trustees J A Singleton chairman M G Murphy J W Acton Mr and Mrs Keeney of Nicholas ville were guests of their daughters Charles Evans Dr C M Thompson was in Somerset Thomas Payne returned from Burnsido Friday Mr- Wm Lane went to Science Hill Friday Ills wire is suffering from throat trouble but is very much improved Mrs t r Green Murphy has been threatened with grip but has about recovered Opt orator Bastin went to Science IIlIIlast Thursday Miss Ora Griffin tho fretty daughter of Mr and Mrs Squire Grit fin left Friday for Independence W Va to attend school Miss Griffin has a sister Mrs McBee who was formerly Miss Lena Griffin of tho Pleasant Point section and who taught severnl terns at this place Mrs Fannie Carey returned Saturday from a visit to Lexington and Paris She was accon panted by her daughter Miss Efllo B Carey and Miss Katherino Dykes Mr Dan Hester and family will move to Stanford this week HIGHLAND Jarrett Berry Is somewhat Improved Miss Bessie King is ill It is now Squire Adams and not Dave any longer So boys be careful and behave nicely when you go to church Miss Nettle Reed who has been at Bethel Ridgo for somo time has return cd home accompanied by her little neice Miss Hattie Carrier Rev G H Cannon was called to attend the funeral ot his mother Dr R L Davison was here Saturday MidS Fannie Young left Saturday with A S Godbey and wife of Bethel Ridge to attend school at Barbourville Elijah Hatfield who recently bought the Harry Jones place has moved to it from Maywood Mr Hollar of More land has moved to the A C James place which he recently bought The latter has bought property of J II Carter and will remain in our ncighboi hoodMiss Fannie Youngs school close Friday Caleb Newells school at Greasy Ridge has alsoclosed Mr Drown or Talmagc is hero buying furs poultry etc Jeff Hall has moved into his raw house Charles Cook has moved nto the Ben Baugn storehouse and Joe Young to Link Walls house W C end Jake Young have exchanged places Miss Fannie Hatfield after spending a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs Elijah Hatfield has returned to her school near Crab Orchard Miss Hannah Meier has returned to Louisville after spending somo time with her parents here J 0 Terry now of Somerset was hero last week R G Long after spending 1C months in No iraska has returned to Old Kentucky II where the winds do not blow so hard and where you do not have to tretch a wire tram tho house to the- barn to keep from being blown away when you go to iced the cows MATRIMONIAL The wedding of Squiro John Hyatt ged 72 and Mrs Mattie Burgin aget 56 was solemnized at Lawrenceburg Miss Nellie Murphy one of the most harming girls ever raised in the Boot runty of Lincoln was married last VednojKlay to Mr L T Andrews of Fort Worth Texas The ceremony was performed in the First Christian lurch at Richmond Va and only a few friends ot the contracting parties wero present Mr and Airs Andrews will come to Stanford in a few weeks but we have not learned whether or not they will locate here The bride is daughter of Mr W II Murphy and is not only pretty and accomplished but ono of tho very sweetest young women in tho State Wo heartily con ratulate the gentleman who has won her hand and heart How to Avoid Pneumonia Wo havo never hoard of a single In stanco of a cold resulting In pnoumo nin or other lung trouble when Fulo8 1I0ney und Tar has been taken It not only stops the cough but heals and rongthens the lungs Ask for Foloyfl HOlley and Tar anti refuse any substitute offered Dr C J Bishop of Agnow Mleu writes I have used oloys Honey and Tur in three very secro tacos of pneumonia with good results lu ovcry case Pennys Drug Store PUBLIC SALE I will soil lit Public Auction tothu highest III ul l ost lililiUr at my plnco sear rn llouu tlio Lrnh Orchard nod Ijiticnulor k eon TUKHDAY JANUARY Htoek Crop Ktc consisting or n No rooilAluriii goal Family lonjt uxlrn- 1I00l11lIlk Oowe Ilxlrn or rii UI looso In I lot or 1lIl1et n largo number or Ohlrkone ri lko Ktllmb llouyt hald and Kitchen Furniture IIIIIICW unil ono RooIIIIIIUU lluvliit bold my rllrllllllllllllll determined locution 1orllllllmdu known on day of Nine U1t KINO PreiichiTiivlllo Ky 1 r Special Values All lines of Laces lor tic Choice of u big line of wide Hamburg Edgings and IIs rtJnal0c Choice of fifty Pretty Patterns Torschon Lace 1 to a inches wide Co SON I f 6 r 6 r6 rte t The largest assortment of Clothing Hats Shoes and Furnishings 4 In Stanford superior qualities and prices lower than you usually have to pay we offer i as the best reasons why it is to your interest to favor us with your patronage SAVE MONEY By trading this year with CUMMINS i MCCLABY t After the 1st of February we will Have in Stock a Full Line of r PIGTO IHh PllTTE 1 S Let us have your subscription for THE PICTORIAL REVIEW AT ONCE a PRICE x100 PER YEAR PATTERNS 10 AND 15 GENTS R asrls L M HUBY CO Dry Goods NotipnsFive and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block opp CourtHouse Stanford Kentucky f The Interior Journal Entered in the PailOffice at Slaitford at ttcondclau matter yOBMHHBD TOE4UAYH AND FIt1IW AT 100 PER YEAR CASH BkvWhen not paid f 200 will be charged E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford seeJ H IOONE I CO ro rlotor8IUYERV fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Ratea Call on ui on Depot Street Alao Dealer in Ooal BD CARTER Successor to Bruce e4 Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is elicited Ilorsci on commission Stock Pone In Connection CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY physicalrentalp iWnila true n or rert1InDhoodTo tli t nquutt coodbraltny anJ meaul CyrolrPEEItaCalm NernaLure Nrvws DoblUl Falling aumrr Vltl Wok pen Protrtlon Sltcplein and otbtr troubleida Terworkmokln druB habit and other cause nerreninallr illnlertrrtu MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u A Tot SALE AT PENNYS DBCO STORE J l Beazley Co UndertaKcrs and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Tlu m a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY QCe aT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarueESSaddlery LCo STANFORD KENTUCKY 0flco Pbone 167 Home Phone 35 A FAMOUS REMEDY tcured MY couch with German Syrup Ile wrote to Dr G G Green SAneatrue I tell you doctor dear Im cello fiuer everPve been TThe consumptive should not be the victim of experiment as he often is but the moment the disease man fests its presence he should be given Bo tchcea German non alco aoUc medicine thatismade for the Cure of consumption and has a world wide fame as a remedy for catarrh IOlds sore throat all bronchial affections in old and young It is sold in all civilized countries and MI been famous as a consumption cure centurycruel bottle 750 At druggists throughout the world g For Sale at Pennys Drug Store FARMERS DEPARTMENT White dicker boar for sale R CI Hockcr Stanford Joe Jordan bought 10 plug horses here Friday at 40 to 75 Fou SALE250 shocks fodder Good place to feed it Givens Carter More land Ky Fon RENTJO acre stock field Address Mrs Sallie Pennington R R No 1 Stanford H N Rankin of Carlisle bought or J C Noel seven fine mules at 150 two of Albert Y Jeffers at 160 and from other parties several head at 150Frankfort Journal Fred Forsythe of Harrodsburg sold a bunch of horses at good prices ii New Orleans Eleven brought 15576 The highest price realized was for the fouryear old Tartan for which Harry Brqlaski paid 3800 R L Murphy bought 60 hogs in Casey county last week paying ale to ale D S Carpenter and Calvin Carpenter of Hustonville were here Friday looking at Dignity Dare Jr owned by Chas Sharp They olTered a handsome price for the splendid young horse but Mr Sharp turned down their bids Casey County News FOR SALE About II acres of land one mile from Crab Orchard Ky or Lancaster pike A good dwelling well and all necessary outbuildings Place is right on pike This is a good home and a 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 Fon SALFA nice largo store room and dwelling above consisting of sow eral nicely furnished rooms A good barn and lot and all necessary outbuildings 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 a great saving in rent etc Pos session given immediately For partic ulars etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford n Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best Made In ray opinion Chamberlains Cough Remedy is tho best made for colds tt says Mrs Cora Walker of 1ortervllle California There is no doubt about kiti being tho best No Nolmonla No other is so pleasant and safe to take These arc good reasons why it should be preferred to any other The fact is that few people are satisfied with any other after having once used this remedy For sale by all druggists At the closing services of n religious organization held in Philadelphia an attempt was made to raise a certain sum of money for some good work I will start the good work with 25 cried a man who was a stranger to the preacher Thanks brother Thanks ex claimed the minister presiding effu sively I dont know your name but may heaven bless your kind heart and may your business during the coming year be doubled Instantly there was a laugh that was both long and loud and the perplexed preacher gazed at the delegates in as tonishmentWhat have I done said he WhatNothing replied a fellow preacher only the man who donated that 25 is an undertaker Half The World Wonders how the other half lives Those who use BucklenH Arnica Salvo never wonder if it will ouro Cuts Wounds Burns Sores and all Skin eruptions they know it will Mrs Grunt Shy 1130 E Ileynolds St Springfield Ill says 1 regard it one of theabsolute necessities of housekeeping Gunr intced by Penny a Drug Store Stan ford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard at 250 And what did the minister talk about asked the fashionable mother who ladnt been to church About the styles replied the little daughter of the house Nonsense child He did so mother Ho said a lot of people would soon be wearing sackcloth trimmed with ashes I think Beats The Music Cure writesIoughktcpsio N Y I take Dr Rings New Life Pills They are the most reliable and pleasant laxative I have found Best for tho Stomach Liver and Bowels Guaranteed by ennys Drug Store Stanford Lynn hires Crab Orchard at ti c LadyI want to get a birthday resent for my husband ClerkHow long arc you married yearsClerkBargain in tho base mentAn e agreeable movement of the bowels without any unpleasant effect is produced j by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by all druggists I t Central Kentucky Real Estate fxhange TITLE CO No lit Two houses and loll limited In Crab Orcnitd wlih 01x and onehalf aerca ol landat tachrd Uolh are from cottage one ronilitl ot6aud the otbur or 3 rooms Stable two ood spring tic Thv buildings me new sod the loQclDf lionllnar Too gardcni and are acre U lasiure Will tell rich plice lerurstol nr a a whole Pilns on lb property at a whole I8IA farm of nO ci one and one halt mile n rah or HuiHDvllU on the Danville pike Two IlollralD HTcn roomivcrand lull tie Fine youngorcoardbearIOgallkinds oi Hull well watered n vtr ill bulldlnii and fences are In good r Lincoln nil tarot illuiteJ m lbs beat Kdlon of county acd la an Ideal home lee house bun nrd nil other necawrysrutbutldlags 1rlcoltl ooowI1o133ASacmotland In the town lltulti of Rowland about as acres botloni land ono 01 acre In woodland The p ace Ii well fenced and water tdwatcrwoika well and cistern story frame veranda back Runt kitcisnandgood cellar Good barn andall other DKesurr Including crib ninety eta In good repair imciog In lint claw order all wire fetes Toll le a beautiful place a desirable liomt dose to town and will sell cheap ana on easy terms No HOA farm of 160 acre I mile bejond Me Kinney lays well well Improved and u right on pike No tI lam tl box stalls shut on are tide and drhla center 2 oilier barns and 5 tenant house 6room brick retliJenc sod kitchen and all other neoinary out bulldlngi IIulloiDgJ and fencing Id good reoair plan well wmcred cistern at bun and house tundipnna ee About 130 creln grata and the rut ID llvallon Price t9IdOSU- No cuII JajlOO acre farm about mile this side of Shelby 4 room cottage 2 porches No I good cellar under the kitchen Oood barn or e nails crib etc Buildings ar In good repair and the fenetngt Ire moderate Two ipilogt and good pond on place Abjut 43 acres In timothy and dieter rest In woodland Price fi 3000U No 136A 220 acre Lana lying on Dlx river near Crab Orchard About Nacres in cultivation and U acres in pasture rat In goof timber About M tearing fruit trees on the place S story 0 room dwelling Ordinary liable and and a city good tenant house The buildings ar In eery good watered ihipe by Snever lining springsThis la I a goal stock runt and la offered at a barxaln unly ioW W No tsColltgln Latcuter 77 feet front aced reel All nICtM outbuild except barn Everything is new sod In good shape Cut tap contains 4 roomt hall verauda back porch and basement Clues to school churches toe PrlciVVjOW No 19V170 acre farm near lluilonvllle uoaI dwelling ami barn a good portion of this plan Could W sold for town It watered OLd the fencing and building are In good condition This lauue02 the best urea In the county The soot rich and will produce hemp etc Pile 113000 No ZOI67 acres ol land cottage of rOIII mod lull ana 2 parches find turn and other Decenary outbuilding Peuclng and bulldlogi In good repair flaw well watered a splendid well at bou e etc Land h1I lent and product well Young apple and peach orchard lull lave la about tullea Ircta towu Irlc fJIOO No Mt 220 acre farm In the Wajntibui iIIOOoAbout 2 miles rote r nil road stations clot to rot umce itorea churrtte sic Lays lutwotn lo Rural Erie Ie hero Haut by idacelour room log house a iplendli barn Stxlnleet 1Iiag sod his two good ahe tU watered with newfalling springs rod a run bliK bunch through the pate It ant good feiif log and outbuilding Peace SIA00 Turn ew- yNo2o5looaoefarm situated on the Wajntt and M Vernon road bust 3 Wiles tai ol Watuetburg Has a Sroom cuttagi tiC This It to a gentleman la CaIUutnhe and bI- tmIII thapud un racy Rain No os60aese34mile trwn Junction C11I Scion 6 room frAiie dwelling god barn nib imko bcUM vie All in tioud repair loc uJiu fencing TJacrstograuand23 sin In cnlliu lion Hood orcbapt of peichra pdumsapplsic- A iclendld grape nirbor 2S grapes sold unclear run clow to school taurrhea etc II uedleited well at house and shock well abarn ec IVIc MSOu No 227 AbJUl acres of land t tulle item Crab Orchark on Lancaiur pike A good dwelling well and all necMtary tiublldlnta Place is rigutCD tlk This Ii a good tiuue and a coral Place Ttownerofibis propnty Hrja at Uender sun Ky and Uai mlde uj lili mind to wit thl mineral walerrlgbu on place Itcan be boughtat a bargain on ui a price No 2JA farm of 211 acres A handsome mot era 2 awry brick rtlitDC uirely luinliht and up to date In particular More room on place well locatMlud rents well This proprir Is tlolo aO Ild a enntnullt ad to ens ot tn nlceat plm In Uucoln county LarK Urn the plat It will watered and lair well nut a hit on It neisonllbout20 sues In cui nilun and rest In trecatc Thl U an Wool noineaid a splendid farm Trice rea on able No saiO acres of land dwelllrgt of I room each Lugs tobacco barn li lett lung neat to the best turn la Lincoln county iimallilock baiui This property pass tutwucu 2 good county rood acd3 leading turnpike All the building and fetclng are in good repair Ilace U well wateiei by good spring creeks etc Splendid tobacco rant and wl l rytes barrels of corn to the acre Ibis lace make the owner from 24 to u per scot un hisineatntent IN one ui It tint the epejwti- ccesof land In llncoiu county If you are luck lugforalargtlnlhlt is jourehaflee Idcecheap- No 2112000arreiof land In Caiej county ou Liberty nod Columbia roadt Twelve house sod lotion llaldence rooms story ag- westbcrtur4td liood Urn Aleut airs In ctiltlratlon llnlldlngi In tandem shape ud tenting gad Oood timber Well at house iprlngi all orrr plan and 2 creeks running through it Will sell the Ico at a whole fur lltbwi on eatT terms or will dllid place to suit purchaser No 214A nice little S loom eollicc All nfa I my outbulldigs and a good gllilan About toile from btanlont Thli ii a cheap fjace Price 409 cosh 217ul acre farm In tulle of rbll IY story- eluotndwelling store house smoke house well house crib eta All the bulldlcgi and rev dill art inalt condition Boot orchard shout acres ln rolUnUon rut ingo3luuner Waier l by a nicer falllrg well and waters ot South lurk lace rtOO No 2l9 One vacant lot In Juocllon lily at uutboait corner cf Locus and Iroiiou streets renting ret on iiolton nrvet ad running iguthon Lucutatreet feel ITIceflMcaib No 221 Houeaullotoniigtanstreet In Stall iood garden etc Krerylblng U gad te lad ITIco JlCO- o 223NIOJ4 room cottage and acre of land located about I tulle Iruin Sbelnr City The house alone rest 8500 We will tell tblt rises fur flow NO 1I3A nice large itorc room and dwelllrit above icveral nicely furnished room good consistingof atd all necessary uuthuhdinl This properly ti In irood repair situated on Miln street In right In the bushes portion ol town Ibis property will lw sold of a laiplenilldvprKirinnlty to iota one desiring lo oln tiuilucm r and dwelling being omMned nil be a great saving in rent sir No 7010 acrci of land two ilory Iront cottage rooms bats Sic llouwttuew u pool garden and tplendld orchard of one and on half area tnclng goo two mblei luggy house tnoLc houte vie A good well on ptace There Is also a good aturllrolwrr good cru lier In calnomly- and which is great tlicdimUlnipIcndld repair obis property is iltuitid In one of firming dUlrlcft of Ihe county about4 mite fnm ntanfordj there alwataaready sale torlhe llourauj vital ai IOU- IIalllrouod We will sell this II ana fur Sl II la bargain the hullulDgsalotui could not lie put rep for this money No lIaA farm of tern situated shout 7 mile i front Stanford and mile lrolll Crab Orchard on the wtere of Cedar Creek Too plan la cut In about field and can b fiibdlvldrd About 21 ecru Ii In cultivation timber sufficient to tOOl up pace One and onehalf story frame dwelllog I room halls j rchei tic Two good Ice house IoHD corn crib etc Place Ii well water RI two good dalcrnolhe door runulng itrnni through farnb All bulldlog in good shhe except one Iwrnj fcuclcg Wr rile 1i Iter acre TtrIt euNo I17 A film of acrei about tulles from Stanford lays well and well watered A good par lion of the tarot In blue grass A comfortable welling and a large turn Thl property Ii on a splendid plkej cloae to ncbotl fH pri acreNoIIS A fnrnt of about ncrei on one ollhe- Lnt turnpikes In the county handsome story frallDt d nod one of the lar eat and test barns tn the oountr This place It well watered enerythiogutoutit Inrludug fens IDE Ii In good community dose to cboollllnd about 20 inlnulea front Stanford ibis u very desirable botiiu Price 1150 No 1UIIOO acre firm about t miles from town Inji pl cultlrntton will wale nl etc Srunllroltngeof four rooms large barn Pro erty veil fenced etc Price fdQprrntre 325 acres In Allen county Ky on tall road and pike about acrea cultivate about 125 In timber and graaa and about 150 In grass Timber on place Is cut to t8 shinglestbo place twice over large part la fenced There sro tour dwellloRa of rooms each and ouo tore of two etorlca with room above lies wells and springs of water Is In i miles ot county seat and grows tobacco corn wheat gtasa otc for tOO Onoba cash county1y8 years ago Steam and water power uptoatemeal bolt The ungIne IiotTyear run U acre with thi mill Including what Is villa the mouse of 5 rooms All for 6330 or 1 1 500 fur the uilll and 11 acre Ono halt cash MM line trade No In 10 mules No 7CCO acres of laod near Junction Cltrcut in eves Held 23 acrea In culllf altvn rfOlln gnu rein young orchard and of the be gale her loon In Kentuckr Party sold 2WW pound of 1l00dCIOII4IloTeens frame dwelllD good barn crIU etc all in good repair Price JIVM o 42Seten room dwelllmr good cellar and acre land Never t 1II01lIIDd iprlcg Fencing sad fair condition Cueipplar clues to townWill salt a small tamlly No jTwo itory frame dwelling momi hall ingoodrenalNo UUouMaod Ovscrno laud In JlcKIn nty Ky Neeaary outbulldtnca Fencing good easytermNo 7520 acres of good land ala rooms two dory dwelling well waierrd good l ndng Illthe suburb of thvelly of Staafunl dote todradei school and cHurchea Tide Ie a utIIo home ida reasonable No 37 room rams cottage and one acre o land In Klnmvlll Ky Large barn mob house repallIreeNo 0Tentn1I of Ian 1 fo story front cob lap seven nays halls etc louse It new a good IDclDI1tOOdAgood welt oap ace there Ii alto a good until oa the place a g oilcniiherln mill It It run by nat unl power which to a mteconotayaud the dam Ii In good repair Wilt sell the property at a low figure or lease It rerandisuiteblefordpapered and painted room and veranda each A on same lot used as livery stable c1- gor n Vacant lot adjoining M fret front by rte ctdeep All of this property 1111 London Ky moneylOprletormonth llnaaountotlllheullbofhls wit only exchangefur landlocatedMlsslsslppThereopportunities for froliucl investment at the Mlsili Delta which Is now fitly descrltej as Pro perlly Valy The Umber Is becoming mon vulu reotlIomrrdU5nbet It removed the tanS Ii unequaleJ for asrkullu rat rurpowM It will produce aNI of cotton la the acre or will grow other klnl of crop raised In the temperate zone The soil need no fertlUieri an gives a yield which cannot to excelled lasre low ihe title It reflect aol the nan who buys Delta lara anJ timber bands at present prices Is making an In vestment that he will never regret Thu It vlJed Into tracts ranging from 40 ann to the tract to ptractoar authorliej by the company sho onlhtsalanJit- o state that ai other panes art eoniUrrioe the purchate of these tends that we offer thet facts tub rcttoprlonule wlthdrawl rrolll mankel or eluorn pike withont notke However hn POIIIiN noulbforthitjooo acres of this land has been sold by the CUD parkulancountyKytodate la every particular ann good dwell naeland000 No 19 904 aerei of land near Crab Orchard cheap SomersetKyeutlnwvenduds tion 40 acre topntunbalance In timber VIIUg contalni aeven roomi Large tarn and all nee ItadidNo 2tIGAacreO of land In county Kai six mllr trom railroad and mllMfrwa Attains Isgritclaesleudaadingrawor exchange No GOrwolorcfram dwelling of six rooms two It at door and all otnei nntiiary outbullJlocs Also large blacksmith hop 60x90 and ihedi lull length ofihop and to feet wide This property will bo at a terjlow price KyFrameoutbuildings Jacrnln cultivation rrat In tins her Well watered u yardi from pmioaw ctioo and church lays well on pike and In good Will enmity lnlrel96- 0No1ys 1ysescrarm i tulle of Crab Orchard Ky llrkk dwelling a roumi two truant houses two tarns well and iprlng near dwelling Farm U high slate of cultivation 150 acres river ballon lend load fencing fruit tIe Prim I37M an acre No YJA nke farm st IltghianJ wen lmprev- well alereJele Price f ulDunnIIIlimber anl rest in aas A Urge new frame dwelt Inr also an oU dwelling on place A new ham and two old ones Ills well wattreJ and the fenctte is good On puWk road Price fioco Central Kentucky teal Estate k TltleOo IIlnltJfd Ky FOR SALE tohucuuulntroutof nom kltiliin hack parch nnil el lit Ill near kltehtfi IIui new horn 4ixlt2 feat Fur limn iipnly to JII MoHAItOUI- tlltutoiuillo K- yGive Me Your Order I Can Please You rnadyliiudt clothlni wlion thcro nt little tllttur nee In tin iriw of high- grade rUlldYlIIlIde suits and n suit to xprletccillollortVliiliT goods I etui tniiki from u low prlcv IsoIonipiiiiy H o RUPLEY the Tailor POSTED We wboee names appear below strictly forbid hunting lulling or any kind of Ires lisslng on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kato Ador Helcbenbacli Bria bred VonQrucnlgan Albert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllman Fred Ilautnann Alfred Simpson George Holmes hiss Mattie II ilewes B Iletckonbach Charles Oummtna Joe Hallnu A 0 Dunn S Holme W K Amon W U Daugliorty M J HoiTinnn M D Klmora Peter W garter J Nnrln Carter J E Bruce w V Sbomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Kcrrlll F J Coon John II Oamenlsch Sam Tl1wbrldlto A D Root Charles Enlilln Prank Cordler MrS U Hayden Welch Poter Balmer John Meier Samuel Llndsev Jacob Oaciler Mn Alice Lytle David Mary Hoffmann L P NunnelleycJ W Baughman Onrlatena Orajion J 0 Carpenter Jacob JIHaweln Sam Dameron I BARGAINS 17it IN UNDERWEARWHILE Heavy Sanitary Fleeced that sold for 50c a garment we will sell atF 35c a Garment WHILE THEY LAST 4111t1t1i SAMROBINSON NextDoor Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY The t Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky Ar + Only Daily and Weekly 1uhlislictl nt the Cnjiilnl null the only one that over took tile Atsoclatcxl 1rcw KcKirtn has recently leon enlarged nnd greatly unproved It makes u specialty of LOCAL NBWS incluiling that of the Court of Appeals State Fiseal Court The Federal Court It U es pecially valuable to Lawyer Subscription yearly 81 Sw remittance to weP WALTON PROR Frankfort Kentucky u ee LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 0OOOO Olrcctors J B Paxton J B Owaley 8 H Shanks W 0 WallOflO WOarter- I II ratter L 0 Oooch WII Cummins W K L HubEl w II Shanks scanSa Th Farmer Hank A Trust Company end under same centl00O0lyfar SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such buMntrf relations will prove mutually bnneficlal nn First NationalOf Stanford Kfl BankCapitol Stock 5500001 This Institution was original eitabllabaA Ililathan reorganlifd ui the National hank of Stanford In 18C5 and again reorcanltcd ai the drat National of Stanford In IBIS having Lid practically an uninter rupted exlatunee for 43 rears It la butte supplied now with facllltlei for transact promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Officers I U HHAHKStrcildtoi J B Iaiton Vice lre4denL W M I1RIOIIT Cashier W O WALKER Asil Oailn r Officers J 0 IIOOKKU tnil8T lUliliin V Pre 3 J UoItonpltTH Obi W II WKAHKNAMt uhr Directors r held nail Yilt T HarrIs leotard J8 Mocker Stanford K I Tanner MoKlnner M n Klmote Stanford JlauthmanIIIanfer4T Jia ltobl non Hubble J II nanffbman Stanford J M InltUf Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford YOUR WANTSe IN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by WVB McRobertsDRUGGIST III IKIISOXAI eupervisidii ivon to nil Prescriptions compounded UNRIVALED DISPLAY of Mechanical and Musical Toys Toy Books Dolls Doll Furniture Etc attWILL N CRAIGSDruggist and Optician It