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THE INTERIOR 10URNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 19 1906 NO 97 ANOTHER RAILROAD FOR STANFORD A Road from This Place to Scotts vile Looks Like a Certainty A Feasible Proposition From Every Standpoint this Road Would be The following from Tuesdays Courier Journal is good news to tho people of Lincoln Casey Adairnnd Metcalf coun ties It means n great deal for Stan ford and let us all join in hoping that the road will bo built and built right awayTraversing three Kentucky counties In whlehno railroad has been construct ed tho Green River Valley Railroad Company said to be backed by the Louisville Nashville Railroad Compa ny li preparing to grant contracts for the construction of a line from Scotts villc Allen county to Stanford Tho lino will connect with tho Chattanooga and Northern at Scottavillo and with tho L N at Stanford and will give tho L N a practically straight line from Nashville and tho South to Cin cinnati and the North Contracts for the construction of the road will Jbe a granted in Nashville April Work of construction it is said will begin as soon as possible after the con tracts have been let and the road al ready hM been surveyed platted and cros cctioncd Tho line will run from ScotUvillo to Edmonton in Mctcalfc county through AdaIr to Columbia through Casey to Liberty and through Lincoln to Stanford In view of tho fact that officials of the L N have been closely allied with tho organization of the Green Riv er Valley Company and are said to be the Incorporators and from tho fact that tho same officials recently admitted that the L N now controls tho Chattanooga Northern a short lino running from GallatlnTcnn to ScotU ville it is believed that there is no ground for doubt that the L N is the actual builder of the new line alt i though none pf tho official will admit that such Is the fact Shipments of ties and steel rails bound from points on tho L N to Stanford and ScolUvllle recently have been ordered prepared for instant re moral and it is known that those ties and rails are property of tho L N Railroad builders known all over the Central and Southern portions of tho United Stator have gone over the pro posed lino of road in the lout year and pronounce the plan to connect Stanford and Scottsvillo not only feasible but certain to prove u paying propositon Among these Inspostc rs have been the constructors of the Tennessee Central recently old to tho Southern Railway Company and tho Illinois Central Rnll mad Company the buildjr of tho Mom phil and Atlanta line of the L N- and the contractors of the Cliattanoo ga Northern railroad These trips wore followed bycorpa of engineers sad surveyors who have made two trips over the routes of which two have been proposed Neith er has been decidedly recommended but as one h about 20 miles shorter than tho oUr it is believed tho north ern line built along tho south bank of Green river will bo constructed As now laid out the pine is to take almost a direct course from Scottsvillo to Stanford A number of creek val Joys tributary to Darren and Green rivers traverse this territory and It is said that a right of way comparatively level for that section of the State can be secured Leaving ScotUvillo the lino will be built along Dig Barren to Edmonton Mctcalfo county This por tion of the route is said to bo thorough est which it will ho necessary for tho new lino to traverse From Edmonton the line will run to Columbia following the banks of sever al tributary streams to Gruen river and for about 30 miles on tho route tho line will bo in close proximity to the river From Columbia tho lino will be con structed along tho valleys of Upper Hrush creel to Liberty and from that point it will lie between Carpenters creek and the south fork of Green riv er for the greater portion of the way to Stanford On either side of tho proposed road i lie three counties which at tho present time are untouched by any lino of rail road These counties aro Metcalfe Adair and Casey and although they are widely known for their rich natural resources practically untouched no railroad company has attempted to con struct a line into them The very heart of the Green river territory will bo bi coptcd by the new line Since the settlement of Jie counties years ago the inhabitants have had no other means of transporting their pro duce to market other than by steam boat or wagon Lying in many in stances 50 miles from a railroad and at times 30 miles from navigable water the natural resources are in tho same condition as they were when viewed by tho Indians centuries ago In other portions the steamboat lines have serv t y led to produce several coal mines a few phalt mines have been opened and some timber has been cut out It is said that construction work on thu new lino will begin with tho early summer A portion of tho right of way thaa been secured already and agents of the new company are rapidly making additional purchases No accurate estimate of tho cost of construction will bo given out but it is believed that the total cost can ho kept within 2500000 or 3000000 At a meeting of the board of direc tors of the L N held last November 3000000 additional bonds were voted and these were soon placed on the mar ket but their definite purpose has nev er been disclosed With tho completion of the new road the L N will have a lino runningdl rcctly from Cincinnati to New Orleans This will be of benefit in two ways Tho road is just now receiving large shipments from tho North to New Or leans for export Much of this comes from the Pittsburg and Ohio factories and tho direct line will cut od about 100 miles of haul The recent developments of the Ala bama coal and iron fields have made necessary a better and quicker outlet to the North As the L N and the Southern railway practically are in con trol of the Alabama outputs it is believed that the L N is desirous or a more direct northern and eastern route At present the Southern has the short route to the East and a route no longer than tho L N to the North With tho construction of the Green River Valley the line of tho L N would be shortened about 150 miles to the East and about half that distance to the North About half a dozen construction com panics are said to be preparing bids upon the construction work and will present them to tho officials of the Green River Valley Railroad Company In Nashville Kentucky IIonComing Week News Notes It is believed that the railroads will grant n rate of one fare for the round trip from nil parts of the United States to Louisville on account of Home Coming Week for nil the Kentuckians Juno 13 to 17 Tho Homo Coming Week Com mitteo in Louisville is arranging the following awards A medal to the former Kentuckian present who comes tho greatest distance a medal to the former Kentuckian present who has lived lorigest outside the State without having returned n medal to the former Kentuckian present who loft the State at tho tenderest age a medal to the former Kentuckian present who left the State at tho most advanced age There will probably be in effect after Home Coming Week in Louis ville Juno 13 to 17 a rate of one cent pier mile for former Kentuckians who attend the Rome Coming Week ceremonies and wish to visit friends and relatives out in the State Governor J C W Dockham has been asked by the Homo Coming Week Committee to appoint a Com missioner for every county in tho State to officially represent the counties dur ing Homo Come Week in Louis ville These Commissioners will be in charge of tho various county head quarters where county registers to enroll the names of visitors will bo opened Tho last Federal census shows that there are 600000 former Kentuckians living in other States The Louisville Commercial Club wants to get the names and addresses of as many of these former Kentuckians as possible and anyone having friends or relatives who have moved from the State will confer a favor upon tho Club by send ing tho names to R E Hughes Secre tary Louisville Contracted Chronic Diarrhoea While In the Philippines Vhllo with tho U S Army In the Philippines I contracted chronlu diarrhoea I sintered severely tram this terrible disease for over three years and tried the prescriptions of numerous physlclanabiitfounil nothing that did mo any good until tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy two small bottles of which entirely cured mo and I have since mid no return of the disease Herman Stein 212 N Union Avo Pueblo Colorado For sale by all druggists Judge Paynter will bothe first Senator from Kentucky who did notII servo in the Civil War says tho isvillo Herald Whats tho matter with tho unspeakable Deboc But then he doesnt count you evidently thlrikFrankCortJoul1l1li Commuter How long will it take tho village hose company to get here Native Waal they usually Bits around a leetle arter the insurance adjuster doesPuck MATRIMONIAL Lewis Cundiff Deputy Court Clerk of Casey county and Miss Matra Dam cron daughter of Sam Dameron of Mt Salem this county were married at the Christian church at Columbia Wednesday morning- J A Murrayof Glasgow had been for 35 years a railroad ticket agent He was elected county clerk recently and when his first customer asked for a marriage license Murrayasked What road are you going over The fellow who hoped his road would be a smooth one made no reply The marriage of Mr Fielding L Thurmond to Miss Sara Smith of Hart county was the happy consummation of a love affair that begun in their school days The marriage occurred at tho homo of the brides parents at 2 r ort the 10th and was witnessed by a number of friends and relatives of both parties The groom who is a fine young man of moral and Christian character never looked handsomer and his choice on lifes voyage a bonny blonde who Is a great favorite in her native county was becomingly attired in green silk and carried a bouquet of white roses Tho happy couple were the recip ients of quite a number of useful pres ents and after congratulations left Cora visit to tho parents of the groom Mr and Mrs S C Thurmond of Lincoln county C E T The many friends of Mr Morris Farris and Miss Norwood of Lexing ton will be surprised to learn of their marriage this afternoon at the homo of Rev W L Dorgan pastor of the Baptist church at three oclock Dr Dorgan officiating Miss Norwood has been visiting her cousin Mrs D W Mahan She is the daughter of Prof C J Norwood of Lexington State Superintendent of Geological Surveys and very popular and attractive Mr Farris is tho son of Mr Joseph Farris of this city and is a rising young business man Ho is at present traveling representative for tho Chamber lain Medicine Company The young couplo left on the Southern train for Louisville but would not divulge their destination further than that point After a short bridal tour they will re turn to Danville to reside for the present Advocate Mr Farris many friends at his old home hero extend heartily congratulations and best wishes to him and a long and happy life to his bonnie bride CAitrBXTKKHitFFMANIn the par lors of the Mason Hotet at Lancaster Wednesday evening Mr James Carpen ter and Miss Allie Richards Huffman were united in wedlocks holy bonds by Rev Gilbert Glass of this place Those from Stanford who witnessed the cere mony were Misses Pearl Burnside Hattie plays Owsley and Tevis Carpenter The bride is tho eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs AI G Huffman and is an exceedingly pretty girl She is an accomplished musician and is loved most by those who know her best Mr Car penter is n son of Dr and Mrs J G Carpenter He is n valued employe of tho L N and is a moral steady young man Tho two have been sweethearts for a long time and now that they have been made one until death doth art them they arc very happy indeed Tho INTBRIOK JOURNAL joins their friends in wishing then all the good things that can come their way Mr and Mrs Carpenter have takenI rooms in tho Myers House flats e present and are now at home to their legion of friends- A brilliant church wedding was that of Miss Jean Warren to Mr John J Hutchison in the First Presbyterian church at Danville at 10 oclock Wed nesday morning Dr E M Green per formed the ceremony which was beau tiful and impressive Tho church was tastily decorated the altar being a veri table sea of flowers Tho attendants were Mr Morris Farris and Miss Georgia McAfee and Mr Andrew Bright and Miss May Hutchison the latter of Lexington Tho bride who is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm Wurren is a an exceediegly handsome young woman very popular and highly accomplished Sho is a nieco of Judge U C Warren of this place and is well known here where she has frequently visited The groom is a prosperous Lexington merchant and a fine young man Tho hap py pair left at once for Florida to spend a few weeks On their return they will make their home Oil Ashland Av enue Lexington On Tuesday evening at tho home of the brides parents an informal reception was tendered number of most intimate friends iCORNS CUREDCorn Exit will posi tively remove corns in four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund tho customericorns are with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect euro is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Emil Meier has sold his bakery at Somerset to Frank Smidt of Danville William A Logan president of tho Richmond Ice and Cold Storage Co is deadL C Ewing has sold the Parksville Roller Mills to J J Cozatt Posses sion Feb Gilbert Grinstead has sold his interest in the dry goods business at Somer set to his partner Will Bybee A small blaze was discovered in a closet used for storing clothes at the State School for the Deaf Danville but the fire was extinguished before much damage was done George W Albrecht of Mid dlcsboro believes the services of State troops are no longer needed there and has so recommended to Col Roger Williams of tho Third Kentucky regiment at Lexington Mrs Annie Magoffin Tucker wife of Dr D C Tucker of Danville was run over by a vehicle which knocked her down The horse tramped upon her feet breaking the bones and inflicting dangerous injuries Mrs Tucker is a daughter of the late Gov Magoffin and a granddaughter of Gov Isaac Shelby At Nevada between Harrodsburg and Perryville Margie Moss was burned to death and her sister Lula fatally burned in a fire which destroyed the homo of W C Moss their father The two girls aged 12 and 14 were sleeping in an upper room when the building caught fire from a defective flue in their room A high wind was blowing during the night and before the girls could escape from the room ono of them was burned to death and tho other so seriously burned and so fearfully injured by inhaling the lames that it is thought that she cannot possibly recover Is he as forgetful as ewer Moro so He has to look himself up in tho directory every night before he goes home from business Forgets his address Aw yes said the tall man I remember once in San Francisco he came in tired and put his cane to bed and then leaned himselt up in the corner On that fellow said the little man with the big voice becoming at once greatly interested why and he did a lot worse thing than that in Pitt burg at his own home too It was a bitter cold night and he put that ugly devil of a fox terrier that used to follow him around in bet and then kicked himself out of doors It nearly finished hint too for he was about frozen when he happened to remember his mistake HUBBLE Eld F M Tinder will fill his appointment at the Christian church Sunday afternoon at 230 oclcck James McKcchnio and M B Eu banks are in tho South with mules Miss Josephine Brady has returned to Stanford after a visit to Miss Lucy Spoonamore Mrs W B Givens is ill of pneumonia and her many friends arc anxious for her recovery Mr Morris Spoonamoro has accepted a position in Lexington Mr Charles Conley who has been with his sister Mrs Robert Sloan for a few weeks has returned to his homo in Wayne county Miss Jennie Gover of Bronston is the guest of her aunt Mrs Thomas McBeath We are glad to note that Mrs Robert Sloan is n uch improved from a severe attack of grip Stomach Cure For Cold It may seem queer to you that most colds begin In your stomach but its true Many n weak stomach chronic Indigestion obstinate constipation etc weaken you all over and make you an easy prey to any disease that may Ixs stalking around To euro a cold take a good dose of Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin p hot bath and a good nights rest To prevent colds keep your digestion In good order with Dr Caldwells lux ative Syrup Pepsin Quick relief for constipation biliousness etc Try It Sold by O L Penny Stanford and C W lams Ilustonvllk1 at GOo and 81 Money back if it falls I would rather declared Miss El derleigh livo inn hovel wilhJyou than in a palace with another Thats all right he replied but unless your father will give me a good job in his bank Im not going on with tho wedding Interesting News It will Interest all readers of the In tenor Journal to hear that at last a genuine cure for Constipation Indi gestion Liver Complaint Headache and Ulllousness hits been founiHn Dp Cahlwollfl laxative Syrup Pepsin It is a pleasant tonic purifying syrup with a mild action and no bad utter effects Sold by G L Penny Stan ford and C W Adams Hustonvllle at 50o and 31 Money back if it pails it 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 s SOAP WEEKAT W H HIGGINSC- ASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY la dikes Ark for Licts 8 Brown fnrli LMcts H Lenox for 25cts T Brag for L acts n Grand Pa for Wets G Ivory for seta 2 Ark for files 10 Town Talk for 2icts 2 Town Talk for Sets L00LPrepare for 1906 COAL AND WOOD White Oak Cnnnel last Tennessee Jellico B G Jollico Mountain Ash Jellico Darren Fork Fla DWheat Straw Millet Hay Millet Straw Timothy hay Mixed Hay Corn Oats Brut ShipstufF Big 4 Mixed Barley BEST COW FEED ON THE MARKET Big4 Mixed healGround Corn Oats limn and Barley for 75c per sack till Xmas We have a Crusher and can grind anything in tho feed line Give us your order GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY u Pure Water I can furnish you a Filter that will make Pure Water in your cistern You hind hotter fix tip your gutter and get one of those Filters so as to get tho Winter said Spring ruins t StH ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky DrY 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 EtcsBEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES a t a x I The Interior Journal E C WALTONI STATEMENT of tho rollingstockun power built for tho railroad IJA the past year has already been but the Railway Ago has compiled the quantity ordered and finds that this amounts to 6256 locomotives 341315 freight cars amI 3289 passenger cars These orders were much beyond the capacity of the shops and deliveries on last years or ders will run well into this yearIn deed some of them may run over into next year Therefore it is not expect ed that equally large orders will be given this year i TUB Mississippi Legislature adopted a resolution at the opening of its sessions barring all lobbyists from the halls and corridors of the capitol and requiring all persons who desire to ap pear before legislative committees to secure credentials This will not seriously disturb professional lobbyists They can get in their work just as ven at tho hotels and boarding houses or even in bar rooms A JURY at Chicago returned a verdic of 17000 in favor of the five children of John Hedlund against three saloon- keepers who sold him thq liquors which made him a drunken loafer and lost him an income of 1500 a year If such a law were in force in Kentucky it might deter to no little extent the selling of whisky to inebriates or to persons already under the influence of booze DEPEW will keep his scat State Sen ator Brackett voted alone in the New York Senate for his resolution requesting the resignation of United State Senator Depew The democrats dii not vote and all the republicans with the exception of Brackett voted againc the resolution It is now the after din her speakers time to crow and we opine that he will crow long and loud TilE United States mint at Philadel phials turning out 4000000 for the Mexican government in 10peso pieces as a matter of neighborly accommoda tion There will be no charge for the service except the actual cost of labo of men and machinery The establishment of the gold standard in Mexico has necessitated an increased gold coinage JOE A MYERS one of tho editors of y the Richmond Register has made enough money and retired from busi ness Thomas H Pickles his partner will continue the business at the old stand Mr Pickles announces that the Register will be changed to a weekly t a step backward it seems to us IT is said that the Postoflice Depart ment is requiring the most perfect bill of morals from the applicants for the postofllces One man was turned down because he attended a dog fight a great many years before The Post master General never indulges in any amusement worse than golf LAWYER PATRICK who didnt do a thing but kill a millionaire for his money and only got a death sentence for it has been granted a respite by the Governor of New York Tho Gov ernor evidently does not believe in quick action far his money p HARVARD has abolished football until the Board of Governors shall make it a quiet and ladylike game We sug gest mumble peg as a good sport to take its place POLITICAL The House passed the Philippine tariff bill by a vote of 258 to 71 The democrati substitute was defeated by a vote of 231 to 100 It was mean of Congressman Long worth after getting his hearts desire thrqugh a trip to the Philippines that he would advocate casting them adrift Frankfort Journal Thb committee in the Harris Nall legislative contest at Frankfort has notified the contestants attorneys that they must furnish specific evidence of fraud in order to make out a case Senator McCreary has received a tel egram from a member of the Kentucky Legislature asking him to secure a speaker for the meeting of the Goebel Memorial Association on January 31 t The legislative contest of Howard vs f Yaden from the LaurclRockcastle district was settled by the committee throwing out Mr Howards case on demurrer it appearing that he filed his contest one day too Jatc Col Jack Chinn addressed the stu ents of the State College at Lexington Tuesday on the subject How to Pre vent Killings in Kentucky the oc casion bang the inspection by the com mittee from the Legislature of that in stitutionRepresentative J M Alverson has introduced an act to amend and reen Section 1309 of the Kentucky Requiring that a license from tact Clerk be issued to permit carry concealed weapons without which of from 200 to 500 is assessed License shall issue for 12 months on- t payment of 25 4- t f NEWS NOTES Marshall Field died at Chicago nCter an illness of more than a week of William P McCanr known as the father of the white sqladron is dead The Kentucky Railroad Commission held a session at Frankfort at which matters of importance were taken uj Emmett McBride Deputy Town Marshal of Drakesboro Ky was fatally shot by an unknown prowler he attempted to arrest Directors of the Tennessee Coal nnd Iron Company at a meeting in New York authorized an issue of 7000000 of new common stock Tilford Bruncr former resident of Garrard county and a First Lieutenant in Wolfords Cavalry during tho Civil War died at Springfield Col A report of an examination of the Kansas State Treasury by expert accountants given out by Gov E W Hoch yesterday shows a shortage of about 60000 Charging violation of the Sunda closing law the Judge of the District Court at Omaha Neb has ordered tho cancellation of 170 of the 255 saloon licenses in Omaha- J K Denton and J E Henry prominent farmers of Mt Sterling were sent to jail for contempt of court as the result of displays of temper in Judge Youngs tribunal At the annual meeting of the Louisville Board of Trade it was reported that the 1905 whisky business amounted to 45000000 An increase of 2800 barrels in shipments was shown George Anderson a highlyconnectei young man of Bristol Tcnn killed himself with strychnine taking enough of the poison to kill six persons A love affair is the ascribed cause Over 10000 pounds of fine tobacco two mules a horse several cows 10 barrels of molasses and a large quantity of hay and corn was destroyed by fire when John Clemens barn burned non Hawesvillq Henry Wulff formerly State Treasurer of Illinois and Justus Loeb an associate in a financing venture were sentenced to jail for two months each and ordered to pay 100 fine each for using the mails to defraud Joe Ludwig the deputy sheriff who has sprung the trap on every mar hanged in Jefferson county during the last 20 years has declined to perform this task in the execution of William Van Dalsen He gives no reason but says he will not go on the scaffold Officers from Barbourvillo serve papers on 30 men in the vicinity of Grays They are summoned to appear at London during the next few days in connection with the lynching of the Negro Virgil Bowers at that place about three months ago Although about the same number of witnesses were examined several weeks ago at London evideqce sufficient to indict was not obtained A reward of 500 for the mob is outstanding KIDDS STORE Rev Thomas Riggins is confined to his room by tuberculosis Jesse P Riffe reports an excess of 100 lambs up to date with very smal nortalityJames Mullins and sons have arranged to return to this neighborhood and grow Burley tobacco in which industry hey are experts- Extraordinary quiet characterized oui holidays Booze was limited and surgeons and undertakers enjoyed undisturbed festivities Most of the tobacco crop has beer shipped from this locality and satisfac tory prices were realized thus encour aging an increased acreage Bluebirds have returned from the South and are singing as cheerily as in springtime The songs of the puddle rog and whipporwill are next in order Claude Wilcher and Miss Zora Turpin adjourned to Indiana during the holidays because of adverse comments by parents and were united in matrimony Rifle Academys annual term is approaching its close under Miss Blanche anDcvecrs management with a larger average attendance than when the census was double the present Aurelius Dunn or some other highway man magnate has aroused an effervescence in transportation circles by service of notice to heavy haulers that immediate repair of the ajmost mud roads devolves upon them and they are responding with alacrity if not with frenzied enthusiasm Mrs Jesse Stigg paid a short visit to relatives hero last week Mr and Irs Wm M Rifle have located in our neighborhood They are most cordially welcomed Hudson Bohon writes from It Auburn that he is having a jolly time and intends spending the reo lainder of the winter with his brother Kyle Chamberlains Cough Remedy Absolutely Harmless The fault of givingchildreiunedlclno untalnlng injurious substances is sometimes more disastrous than the llseases from whlchthoy are suffering lIvory mother should know that Chum icrlainu Cough Remedy is perfectly safe for children to take It contains nothing harmful and for coughs colds md croup Is unsurpassed For sale by all druggists 6yL CHURCH MATTERSI EM Joseph n Christian church Sunday morning Rev W N Cleveland brother oCthe expresident is dead at Columbus 0 Collection at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning will be for Homo Mil sions At the evening service a con tinuation of Bible Heroes Billy Sunday the baseball evangelist recently was paid 3G57 for six weep work in holding a revival at Alcdo lll More than he would have goten had he continued to twirl tho ball Thc second quarterly meeting of the year will be held at the Methodist church Saturday and Sunday next First service atlO30 A M Saturday 20 Rev J W Simpson presiding tilde will preach The Young Mens Christian Association has advanced more in the last yet than any previous 12 months The membership has reached nearly 400000 In this country alone in the 1840 ass ciations It spent nearly 5000000 in its work last year and over 3000000 for buildings The total amount volved in 160 building enterprises It now has in hand exceeds 10000000 Everything is in readiness for our great Institute Jan 30Fcb 2 We had the world and Kentucky to choose from in selecting our speakers and we chose the best While it is for pastors primarily it is not for pastors only Officers and teachers will find it a fine school for instruction Every school in the State should send its pastor and a few of its officers and teachers Pastors will be entertained and others can get board at 1 per day and up For program and particulars address E A Fox Louisville Ky- Coming Events You can toll you are in for a dangerous sickness as soon as you egi to suffer from headache constipation jlliousness etc unless you qulckl ako Dr CaMwolls laxative Syru Ptll1iln This most successful cure for ill disorders of your digestive organs never falls tp give relief from all tbe Irritant poisons kept In by clogged bowels liver and kidneys Sold b G L 1cnny Stanford and C W dams Hustonvllle at SOc and Honey back If it falls Spain has more hunchbacks than any other country In one small villiage at the foot of the Sierra Morena there Is one in every 13 inhabitants France particularly in the neighborhood the Loire has a great many people suffering from deformed shoulders Theres a man at the foot of the stairs waitin for you sir gunNo Help me get out of the back window o FOR SALE Farm of KSacriii goal liluu ernw nod to Imvco In ml Inn iicrci of tromp on It his your Ull Uilnncoln KniHt Fnriii ono IIIl1e rout Huitonvlllt land odgoln j hero- d rooms kitchen luck porch nnil cUtcri war kitchen IIl1a nrw txirmsitlficl Ior terms npply to Jr II ilrllAKOUK- llustoiivlll Ky New Hustonville Firm llnvlng bought of McCormuck A IVncoc heir Iroowrkit HrllwrllttlWl solicit liar of thu tI1IIIO Ill We alto luivo in connection u Dull illlit Market and Lunch Counter We will my tiwxl butcher tttuIT ut hlylutit nnirko irlce mid liuvlhu a uplemlhl aura cutter an furnish you with tht Ixtrt We also hu nl kind of country product HIHIIOld MlMfc UustonvllliKy PUBLIC SALE Of u BlueGrass Fitrin Crop tend Stock Havinit decided to quit fiirnilni will on frlUUHDAY JANUARY r3 Isis nl my residence near Coun y Kentucky Mll to Ills highest bidder in1 unit of ninetythree acres of rich ertllv a high state of cultivation Jt U 1IIIIltjIn Jltu good fenclim 1441coUurof1xraneounlnllnodtbrrarcINe loutl mitlnillillni9 two lush us Ixnd tv imtlnit uprlnui twoKood Mock imrn out 100 l tenant of tour room and ofii torch Al o fruit of nil kinds with a mini KT one good grlgw arbor Thl form guys well and can lie cultivated wiityelifht lien1 to BO In torn and toluic 10 In HIM Twenty acres sowed In when rlthn goal gland and the rriimliicliT In oniciuarter title of iK tollliu liurchKOod public cioolf toivniid black m Itlis nhop on ancatcr nod Itlch ioiil ayj mile Koilth of paint Lick nlleN north 01 IiinniUcr the county teat 01 Inrnird The community for quid MilirkO nll1 cnllllll iurui l n illloty milch cow eight head of home out o xl gentle IniriieH IIInfl Ilrd by Monorn nortech Vllk licr him bv Menibei Irlnt oue Yrnrling JIll by ecllai Ohlil nllll out of tin Honor man1 ono good four earold road innroilrcd by Jinx Hulldimi y tIIIIror Wllk n good genii driver MOKO coinhtn l tbrce3earold mures lie coillblnid twoyearolxl Hlly sue Ituotl family and farm horse ono brood are In foul to Jack fanning IniplcinHiiti eonnut of out drill Ollt cues planter one dlio Imrroxr one moothlnii Imrrowonu clilllviitor tvoliirn hll plows out mowliiK liiachlnu twodouble liovelx one t burs n WIIKOII all In good Ipnlr and other thing too numtroiu to nuntlon AlsuPitt good rublier tine baggy harness one grill brake curt and rued artOropconsliitHof three ntnckit or buy one hllntlHI sugar cane ono hundred hock of good corn loddcr and iliahula nil binds or outs Terms of Halt Tho farm will IK Hold In lire fiim pnyments tiling cash In hllllllOIIlthlnllll one year and onuthlnl III two years with r cent Interest rom day Of lust cold with lion on the IlIlId lo fcocuro the two iaymuntN and literest Tho stock and crop will wild on six iiontlr tlino for all Mim of twenty dollars or more with six Itr cent Interest from ayjif nlo until paid under twenty dollars In hand auyIinlo to at n m IkuledthiJtislnyof1kceultx 1UO T It 1CMHKY Mauve Ky W P Prewltt Auctioneer KlrksvllleKy Hn nn IiIiiI-r ri- OOODSorTODRYWarm we need such weather as this An OVERCOAT warm long full back and stylish in both Boys and Mens r 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 BOOTSFeltBoots 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 THE ROVEN MCINTOSH r For 500 is WaterProof All kinds of Gloves from a IOc Canvass to a 150 Dress Kid All of these we can furnish you today H J MROBERTS STANFORDI I Y HAIR BALSAMI IftMH and tnutlru li bIr a mi iUDi cn I N Ttr rail to Alston Orayl luir to Iti Toothful ICum nlf dl r h Ullij A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over MclloberU Drug Store in the Owflley Building For Sale Privately Louse and 10 acres of Und eat outside of town limits on the pike lone buT rooms kitchen aUuaedI rantI room Rood cellar stable necessary outbulldlnp Water the yard and ooa for 1r HAILKV Jesse W Sweeney rsorataTon Livery Feoi and Sale Stable Lancaster Ky horses wellfed and cared for Up t- odate rlgut reasonable ra- teINSURANCE Hire Lightning WindWorm Mfn nm Arcldvnt Ufa hTllONOKHTtinii ilblit lUilcnUuarnnUvd loss 1aylmj too ordUiii Uiilrd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Itotldence Phone NoSS NEW LIVERY STABLE BU1ISE ft CLA3S90H Ircri JUNCTION CITY KYT- lnvOUii Turnouts at Keaionabl Ilatea Special Attention to TrKTellng Men Grain and nay Vat Bain A Special Bargain One hundred and sixty acre farm n bout milt Nortwiot nl Htiiiilord dcxxl two tory ISroom hvclllim n tploiulld stuck Imrn oni fit tin Itfiltered fiiriin In the lOUlltlnil lccesnrIontt0dtdlugsmvir IKIII plowed Till whoh farm liiyK will nod there J no waste huul on It Five tullea from lanvllli and In n enltindld community Tlila la n Islrgnln Inn the place muni Id sold within nl locunt posts ran In oassslonijlyruntoneFor HuKlit Htanfonl Ky INSURANCEYour 011 Ii nro sure to die See and jtnlk with It M Ncwliiml wlio will show you the policy best adapted to youf age unit IircimistancoK Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid aniiually or defer red K Jf NwviANn Agent Mutual Lifo Insurance Co ot N Y Organized 18Ja Daxi1 Traylor lIIiALIR is- WhlsKii Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc oarpn Houl Olos to Depot STANFORD KY Prompt n on Nothlnc buUba ba order nulruttlrapbto p1 Dk aoipbona THE DOCTOR FIRST THEN TO US WITH THE PRESCRIPTION The More Serious the Illness the Greater the Need WE DO NOT PRESCRIBE Thats the physicians IituiuoM WE DO however compound his prescription uxactly iw lie vnnta them with S1ANIAlt U- JHUGS of KNOWN PURITY and tilt price is nlwnya right 72000 TIMES Weve been trtittwf with prescriptions Why not bring us you rt PENNYS DRUG STORE StnnCord Kentucky t r T 1 tvL tjaxti t 1t C- Chopp I 1 weed ruSj r i a c ur BJet it IS ceriahi Cat l erlrc ck c it may 63 hi do is Uy lh t v c- Li t is mncWli ht try rim A EGlgcworfhtrczyy ctIt cWSty IIt Iits I GEORGE H FARRIS O 1 Stanford Kentucky TO CLOSE OUTIJAOICKTS that Nero SflSO now S850UWO and 87fiO now aCO t1 fifiO nalvr r iffiO it t 400 now u 200 MISSUS iONG CLOAKS that were 8700 IlWhis It S75 84 and 8JfiO now201III It u 250 now 150 Having mode up our mind thc C goods must bo closed at once Ve niako prices to move them regardless of what they cost W E Perkins 7 Tdtif rt Crab OrCh rq Kentucky J i t Special PricesGreen Ticket Lonednle Cotton 8Jc yd 12 yard piece long cloth worth today at tho high price of cotton 1o per yard Yu can Imvo tlio bolt fOl8116 SJUiu wide IJcrkloy Caml rice only I Oo yd a Clark Q X T Thread 0 spools furrnrd1C BTAKKOJIDKY JAN U 1900 Danes anti Drug Sundries ut Penny Drug Store PERSONALS N Miss MARY D KRNNKOY la quite sick Mn TrC BALI has beon quito with grip Mns JAMBS U UBAZLEY Is ill with typhoid Cover COUNTY ATTORNEY W S Bunch ro mains very sick MISS KATIu nINE HASELDENhoSKOnC to California to visit relatives MRS GKOIUJB D Port of Llvlnston was with Mrs Annie Ncwlnnd t TUB Misses Lcavcll of Garrard are quests of Miss Tevis Carpenter Miss HEHSIK DAWBON went to hors Cave Wednesday to visit friends Jons A McKoiiEiiTS L N agent nt Livingston was hero yesterday Mn G M SMITH of Flat Lick ww with Mr I R Hughes yesterday Mlis W B GIVENS la critically ill of pneumonia at her homo near Hubble Slits A E GIBIIONB of Danville spent yesterday with Mrs W T Smith MRS K T CAHTFII ami little lion Earl will return to Evansville Ind Saturday t ATTOIUSBYS H HEM and P M Mc Roberts were In KlcTimond on legal bus iness Tuesday YESTERDAYS Louisville Herald con tamed a splendid plcturo of Representa tive J M h MRS H K Mnl8 nnd son Harry etleftTueedny to join Rev IL K Mills S C MRS LOTTIE Puoii of PitUlmrjr train returningwas on Wednefidays from visit to Lexington friends MR A F HUNDLEY has bought an interest In tho Kentucky Co at Uanvillo nnd will become n merchant MESSRS M G AUNUIXIB and Fisher hlu hay of Garrnrd ROll Ed Hurtlett of Missouri were guests of friend here Miss FANNie SPARKS who Is a student at CampbcllHngcrrnan College Lexington up to home Mt Vernon Wednesday MRS THOMAS MLTCALP and son Homer Mctcnlf left Wednesday to llpend some time Rt Pensacola fla They joined here the family of Mr C W M of Pinovlllc HON J S OWSLBY Sr who repro sented Lincoln County In the Lower House at tho session of 7778 was interested onlooker nt the CCNIIij1Iestenlny Wednesdays Frankfort MRS M D lIuGUlIS loft yesterday for R visit to her dnughter Mrs Percy Noland Rl Wnre Me Roberts has accepted a position with J M Robinson Norton louis ville Lancaster Record LOCALS CASH business exclusively this your Ed Wilkinson PLENTY of tobacco cotton at L M HueyCos A NIOI line of blue and white enamel ware at W II Higgins JAILKU HBIHUN has a full house 22 prisoners being rogistered with him lluitAI routes 2 3 anti are ordered estnblisncd March nt Wuynoaburg CAn load of Northern white clipped oats just arrived J II Bnughmani Co FxSiIBUtrH 1UUOHMAN Is writing another serial story Head it on our fourth page MRS Jon PLKASANTS has opened n select private school at her home on Depot street Crab Orchard FOR RENT Richard Hampton prop For particu erty on Logan Avenue lars ace Mrs Hampton or call phono t 83 W B Goon has bought C M Ricos Interest in tho Midway Saloon and will run the business alone Mr Rico may locate at Corbin f YOUR attention is called to the ndvcr tiscmcnt of Bishop Lipps tho now merchandise firm at Huatonville Get their prices before you buy A C JAMES of tho Highland section took 800 hens turkeys and geese to Harrodabunir this week and sold them atan average of nino cents TUB National Grand Opera Co n guaranteed attraction will appear at the Danville Opera Houso Wednesday evening next 24 In scenes from Faust Arda Carmen and H Trovatore Ad mission 75c if seats are reserved by Monday or1 after that date Go to Wilkinson and get a hot or cold shower bath LET Wilkinson make your old clothes new Ho can do it TiiY W H Higgins canned pcachce Just in from New York Fort IlrirA house and good gar itch Price 8 per month See L It Hughes Stanford Ky FOR RENT store room on Lancaster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office FOR SALE OR Rt r VUrJ K Van Arsdalos residence Possession given at onco Apply to L R Hughes Stan ford Ky RESTAURANT barber shop and residence in Junction City all well located for sale Write J Newton Craig Junction City Ky U you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concen trated Crab Orchard Water for sale by- W B McRoborU It will do tho work D J SMITH of Crab Orchard who bought G T Ashlocks stock of good at Gilberts Creek has token charge Mr Smith stands well in the East End and will make the Gilberts Creek neighborhood a good citizen CHARLES ANn GREELBY LUTES of this county and Virgil Shears of Dan ville have bought a butcher shop In Little Britain nnd have opened for bus iness The Messrs Lutes are both good stock men and they will do the buying while their partner does tho cutting and selling Tho firm should do a prosperous Fontaine Fox Bobbitt has had printed at this office a great speech he delivered before the court of appeals as attorney for Over ton Adams in a land case He will pre sent many of his friends with a copy Of his speech Judge E C0Rcarsays For force of expression and for beauty and strengtholangunge that speech surpasses nny ever heard here WEDNESDAYS CourierJournal con tanned this information The Green River Valley Railroad Company which Is to construct n railroad from Scotts villo to Stanford Is being promoted by W K Asbill of Columbia who Is back ed by Milton H Smith president of the L N The more we see nnd hear about this road the more certain It seems that it will be built So mote it be CARRIER Mm Mary A Carriers nged Ci years died of Brights disease nt tho home of her son II E Carrier 1120 West Chestnut street Louisville She hail been ill two months She leaves three sons und two daughters Tho remains were brought to her old homo hero yesterday afternoon and titer services nt the Presbyterian church by Rev Gilbert Glass they were laid to rest in Buffalo cemetery IT looks Stanford going to have another railroad and if you are in doubt about the matter rend tho article from the CourierJournal which ap pears on our first page The proposed route from Stanford to Scottavllle pen etrates three counties all rich with natural resources and heretofore un touched by a railroad Lincoln county peoplo Imvo not been asked to donate u copper to the building of tho road butt might help somo for her citizens to get together and otter some Inducements in the way of right of wny etc hats the matter with having a mass meeting In the next few days Do we hear a second 1 A NUMIIER of the representative citizens of Crab Orchard nnd vicinity not in tho court house there Monday night and organized the Crab Orchard nnd welfnroof tho town The following jfflcers were elected Win Mason Morris president A Addams vice president S J Tatem treasurer Wade H Perkins secretary Tho club will meet once each week A com nercial club rightly conducted can be if Inestimable value to a town nnd we rust tho young men chosen as officers oltho Crab Orchard Commercial Club wltl work wonders for the East End capital They can do It Messrs George B Lyne Abe Addams and Robert Edmiston were appointed a committee to draft bylaws for the club 5 1Y z Get With your whit towing No better tinio thnn these winter days for sewing mud wo have tho nccc nriqw for you Wo are showing lots of now goods such m Cottons Sheetings Cambrics Long Cloths Wainsooks Dimities White Walstings Ging hams Dress Cambrics Laces Embroideries Buttons t Thread Table Linens Napkins Towels Hemstitched Sheets Pillow and Bolster Cases Linen Sheetings etc Cone nut let us show you wo have expended some energy to put before you tho best line of Whito Goods it has ever been our pleasure to show you Go to Wilkinson for firstclass laundry Go to Wilkinsons shop for a stylish hair cut and nn easy shave BruNO your prescriptions to Dr W N Craig for low prices and best set vice FOR SALE Two fresh milk cows give four gallons of milk each daily Lock box 178 Stanford Ky IP you want a plow try a Chattanoo gn If you like it buy it If not return it nnd get your money back George H Farris WANTED Bright honest young man from Stanford to prepare for position In Government Mail ServiceIBox One Cedar Rapids la THE supervisors raise amounted to about 200000 making Lincoln countys taxable property worth according to the assessors books 51IG17 You are requested to call and settle your account with me I have taken in a partner In the person of my brother Grimes Beazlcy and must get my books straightened up J R Bcazlcy FOR SALE About II 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 homeI and a cheap place Tho owner of thisI property lives at Henderson Ky andI has made up his mind to sell It can be bought at a bargain For price etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky ON Jan 1st a little dog belonging to David Wren who works at the water works while chasing a rabbit ran into a sink hole and did not come out The owner saw him disappear and was soon worried by his failure to show himself Mr Wren spent in all a week or more digging for the canine and yesterday his labors were rewarded The dog which had had nothing to cat for 18 days was hardly more than skin and bones and too weak to walk much Mr Wren was delighted to find him alive and is caring for him the best ho can in order to restore him to his former good health =WILt VIEW C O SPRINGS A reso lution olTered by Hon J M Alverson to have a committee inspect Crab Orchard Springs with tho view to pur chasing it for a Feeble Minded Institute passed tho Houso and Senate and a committee will come to Crab Orchard next week for that purpose Senator Hubble anti Representative Alverson are both on the committee and those interested in the sale can expect them to do what they think is right in the premises Our Crab Orchard friends should give the committee n warm re ception and make their stay there as pleasant as possible Miss EVA BAILEY tho pretty daughter of Mr John R Bailey formerly of Crab Orchard but now of Mercer was here yesterday meeting the Courier Journal readers Miss Bailey is n can didate for the honor of one of the trips abroad given by that paper to the most popular young lady teacher Each daily CourierJournal contains a ballot Land if our Lincoln county renders of that pa per will cut this ballot out and give it to Mr Jos C McClnry of this place It will be voted for Miss Bailey Lin coin county has no candidate and can have none as it is not included in the territory Miss Bailey is a niece of dears T D Nowland and J C Me Clary And they nnd others here will do what they can in her behalf If you subscribe for the daily Courier Journal or renew your old subscription be sure nnd vrito for your ballot and if you will voto it for Miss Bailey she and her friends will duly appreciate the favor Miss Bailey was accompanied hero by her father In tho air of South Carolina made a speech severely ar raigning President Roosevelt for his ac lion in tho Santo Domingo affair nnd finally taking up tho Morris incident After protests had been made by Mr Hale Mr Hopkins and Mr Daniel against the bringing in of an Investigating resolution concerning the episode Mr Tillman declared with much feeling that he would offer tho resolu tion as a Senator and a man and that ho would put it up to the Senators to do what they will Some hur ried conferences wero held and the Senate went into executive session t i 0 Jf fully pushes still another gentleman against the first gentlemans foot Mrs Maria Baughmun of Mt Ver non Rockcastle and Mrs Mary Haley of Danville widows of Civil War vet cram have been granted pensions of 12 per month James Blythe the young man who was struck on the head with a rock by the Negro Leslie Combs in a light near Paris died from the elfecU of the blowThe Senator was very mad And wildly sawed the air Tho cruel railroad said egad Hed have to pay his fare Thomas Paynter has ac cepted nn invitation by the Board of Trade to deliver an address at Mays vllle on tobacco fair day Feb 22 Three men were blown to pieces by explosion of giant powder at Jacksonville Ore OFFICE OK GAKLANI SIXOMTTON Supt Schools of Lincoln Co January 1i tHOr Whites Concentrated Water Co Crab Orchard Ky untlcmeuJ have been a sutler er from acute indigestion and consti pation for years After having tried various remedies nud receiving no relief I decided to try your Crab say I hnvefor I want to say that it is the greatest remedy out for in this water to all OAKLAND SINCILKTON For salt IInil druggists New reached in comfor- tvia BDD ROUTE AND SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special In tfentce Jacorj tlk IW6 S Pullman Train v chxA 8S8 r M LXINOtOll JII40 P N 12d0AISTSv1 nil M Auxwtlno via CJiilta and Atlanta Florida Limited Trainde 830 M LLXlliClTON 103 A 1 a1Uartici Ulnlnit Quo lor JirKucnvtiif Bt AiimwtlmKhrevetwrtunil Nworlcnrai eta chattauooa Atlanta and Llnainaaaj Queen Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati Juln lon DID rlllo to New Orleans ra fhaiuntoni and lllrmlnclmra alto throuch Pullman Ctui tYZeunrA Cincinnati c Clay P JI T LC1laIlOa r i GtKBKTT RISIlBtOI GIp O lu r ea cINCINNATI O M Values 4 AD lines of Laces for 6c Clioko of n big line of wide Hamburg Edgings and JmcrtionEl10Q Choice of fifty Pretty Patterns Torschoii Lnco to tl inches wide 5c I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I busines- sCittATSrEECItIIO theI Busy Rentlelman AncrI likeddiseasesMiflorcraUefpeitlully loridaOrleans Cuba tCRBEDII andt3valrroUrttS Special Tile LdUt k or6 cars The largest assortment of Clothing Hats Shoes and Furnishings In Stanford superior 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 MONEY By trading this year with CUMMINS i MCCEhLR- YNECESSARIES f FOR Wirvyt5 Mtrealfrl Rf Vr SPRING SEWING WE HAVE THEM BUY THEM NOW asisasrsae- Long Cloths at 10 12 and 15c per yard per bolt of 12 yards 110 140 and L65 Nainsook at 1520 and 25c per yard Hope and Lonsdale Green Ticket 8 l3c yard Berkley Cambric yard wide 10 and 12c yard Lonsdale Cambric at 15cts Large assortment of Torchon Laces and Hamburg Edgings and Insertions at all prices- IndiaLinens from 5 to 25c per yard New White Waistings in Oxfords and Piques r itatrstl tsslr L M RUBY COr- y Goods NotionsFive and Ten Cent Waret Opera House Block opp CourtHouse Stanford Kentucky a- J r a The Interior Journal EnteredintliePoitOJlceal Stanford at ucondclass matter- 7tJ11LiMtI1D TUKHllAVH AND FJUDYB- AT 100 PER YEAR CASH iyWhen not so paid SSOO will be charged E D Peyton DEALEU IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J He IOONE i CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Llrery Serrlce at Reasonable Rates Call on ui on Depot Street Also Dealer In Ooal BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses handled on commission stock Pens In Connection RESTORATIVES CUR- ESNERYOU5DEBILirr phydramennl l honndMarsYOlopmncand make wOIUI NusrCurnut PrttrUcn alepleeneu anaotbrr troubtdue othercnerkkeerkbheellhybloodgoat torw men Iiooklet tree uaalurcrreii MCDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s to FOB BALE AT PKTJTTfl DBOO BTOU JLBeazleyCo Undertakers anti Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them n Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY elan Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saildlery tic STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 nome Phone 35 INDIGESTIONS RECORD The best I can prescribe for your digestion tnadtmICreenAugust Flower J know 0 veral other physicians who proscribe it regularly Indigestion is making an awful record as a cause of sudden deaths It is beating heart failure in its ghastly harvest tiVou read in the papers daily of healthy and even men being suddenlyattacked with acute indigestion a meal and oftheir dying in many cases before a physician could be called in 4This should be a warning to you who suffer with regular or periodical attacks of indigestion If these unfortunate vie tlms of acute indigestion had taken a small dose of Greens August Flower be fore or after their meals they would not have fallen a prey to such sudden seizures tfAugust Flower prevents indigestion by creating digestion It also regulates the liver purifies the and tones up waytlTwoFor Sale at Penny Drug Store rI FARMERS DEPARTMENT White chester boar for sale R C Hocker Stanford Col Underwood and son sold to Diet Gentry a pair of mules for 360 YOUNG Jersey a wonderful mill cow for sale Box 101 Stanford J K Baughman of tho West End sold to an Iowa party five young jacks for 1850 FOR SALE 250 shocks fodder Good place to feed It Givens Carter Moreland Ky FOR Rrvr40 acre stock field Address Mrs Sallie Pennington R R No 1 Stanford William Lillartl sold to Hood Worth ington 20 cattle averaging650 pounds at 375AdvocateJ be in Lancaster Monday next with 70 or 80 cattle from calves to 1200 pounders Dogs killed a number of sheep for Henry Young W B Arnold and Chas Coyle of the Pcrryville section George D Boone sold in Cincinnati Monday a carload of butcher stuff at 2 to 3ic and a lot of hogs at 5c Troubadour the once great race horse died on Capt Browns farm in Fayette He had been blind for many yearsAn expert from the British Agricultural Department is taking notes in Lexington with the view of directing Great Britains efforts to establish tobacco raising m Ireland As a result of sheep being constantly killed by dogs many farmers of Boyle county have announced their intention to cease raising sheep until relief of some character is assured Eleven hundred hogsheads of tobacco composing about onethird of the pool of Daviess county tobacco in the charge of tho Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company has been solo at an average price of 950 hundred The remainder of the pool is said to be under option The total transaction will amount to 400000 Seven years ago G M Jones sold his farm near Stcubenville to C M Back for 3500 Three months ago Mr Back sold to T J Gann for 6000 and last week Mr Gann sold to Jas Duncan for 8000 James Duncan sold his farms in Elk Spring Valley which he purchased of 0 S Coffey some weeks ago for 8000 to Louis D Bell of Rock Creek for 13000 Wayne County Outlook Fon 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 a great saving in rent etc Pos session given immediately For partic ulars etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford JOHN DS NATIONAL HYMN My country tis of Thee My private property Of thee I sing Land where the millions toil In serfdom on my soil That out of Standard Oil I wealth may wring My native villainy Is what enables me To make me pile I have the rock and rills Of oil my barrel fills With gold and bonds and bills Thats why I smile I love to feel the breeze And rest beneath the trees The whole daylong Let other hands produce Wealth for my private use Lay golden eggs thou goosed Thou toiling throng Then theres my son John D A pious youth is he Takes after ma And through the needles eye With outstretched wings hell fly Up to a home on high Bought by papa Our fatherss God to me Omnipotent John D LOOKS small brightWithWhile slaves both black and white for it all IHiIlsbor Journal Stomach Troubles and Consti pation- Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are the best thing for stomach troubles and constipation I have ever sold says J II Cullman a druggist of Pottcrville Mich They are easy satlsfuctlonImy not satisfactory to come back and get their money but have never had a complaint For solo by all druggists When I started in life said the Insurance director I didnt have a dollar I could call my own And now I have managed to call a lot of my own although there is a great deal of dispute about An ogreealile movement oflhe bowels without any unpleasant olTect is pro iluced by Chamberlains Stomach andI Liver Tablets For sale by all drug gists Here and There Wallace Noblo Herbert long miss Ing from Nihs Ohio was found lend in a room at San Francisco Tho indications are that the Fair banks faction of Indiana Republicans will win out for control of the State Central Committee Probably the largest mulo sale over made In Kentucky was that of It n Park of Ellzabcthtown who let 60 head go for 825000 The Central Record suggests to those who have trouble in sticking on the water wagon to have tho seats of their pants rough shod Austria Is tho country mostlenlcnt to murderers In ten years over 800 persons wero found guilty of murder of whom only twentythree wero put to deathA from Wurrenton KC tells of the death tier ycstosday of Mrs Lucy E Polk tho venerable widow of Col WIlliam U Polk and sls terinlaw of President Polk On the ground that she was mentally unbalanced and that ho married her only for her money Mrs Edith Stits worth at Evansvllle lad has filed suit to have her marriage to W llliam Stltsworth annulled While several guests were celebrat ing the diamond wedding of a couple named Under at Konlgswalde Germany tho wife was seized with syncope and dropped dead at the table Within ten minutes the aged widower also full deadThe law against smoking In theaters In the City of Mexico is so strictly en forced that recently several actors of the Itenaclmiento Theater who smok ed on tho stage ns part of the action of a play were arrested at the close of tho performance and fined A Bargain- If you wish to buy a bargain all you have to do Is get n bottle of Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin and use It at the least sign of headache dizziness constipation biliousness indigestion etc This small invest ment will bo tho best bargain you ever bought for It will bring you health at a nominal cost Try it Sold by G LPenny Stanford and C W Adams Ilustonville at 50c and 81 Money hack it It fails The fact that there are 12000 deserted wives in Chicago does not speak well for the women There are very few instances of wife desertion if the wife is what she ought to be Sheriffs Sale for Taxes On Monday Feb 12 Being tho 1st day of the January tern of the Lincoln county court I will between the hours of 0 oclock A M and 4 oclock i M In front of the court house door in Stanford Ky soil at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand tho following lists or so much as will pitaxes cost and penalty As fast as payments are made the nuraoa will disappear The amount set opposite each name includes per cent penalty anti cost of advertising M s BAUGHMAN Sheriff STANTOIIO WIIITB Brummott Miss Bettio4 acres 4 85 llazolett John 10 acres II FTazulett Win 23 acres 3 85 llazolott Jack 18 acres 4 15 Kusgoll F L acres 4 Scarbough John C acres 3 70 sTANIORUOOfOnRD- Anderson Millar lot 185 Anderson Dave It acres 4 05 Crow Elizabeth nerd 2 25 tofloy JUa lot 09S Givens Anthony hrs 1 aero 3 85 Glvons Kate 10 auren 2 45 Harris Martha lot 0 flO Hays Will I nero 3 80 Higgins Squire aero 2 45 Hill Wyatt acre 370 Logan Mary America acre 3 20 McMullin Too L 2 acres 3 85 Morrison Win rt acres 3 05 tout Sam 4 acres 5 15 Hout Dick 7 acres 3 75 Rout Snip and hick 3 acres 2 10 Simpson Chas 3 acres 4 35 Simpson Milly 1 acre 2 25 Watkins Henry acre 3 85 CRAH OIIOHAUD WIIITK Adams tt Johnson 100 acres J 35 Doltcn Oho 8 acres 180 Cqoper Mrs J S X It 151 acres 27 00 Dougherty Win 45 acres 4 05 Dougherty Dun 70 acres 4 25 Delaney Mrs Kate 50 acres 2 rife Denny A J 2o acres 4 3o Gooch Mrs Matilda 32 acrccs 2 Jo Hinds O Addison 12 acres 3 85 Holmes Mrs M O lot 275 Holmes D V 103 acres 31 25- Veosurc Joe Sr loS acres 8 80 Lewis 0 P N U too acres 3 Do towering Sam S0 acres IS McDonald J J100 acres 87 Shupo Task 01 acres 0 05 Singleton W J 2oo acres 4 55 Smith Mrs Aramonla ISo acres 3 25 Smith Frank 3o acres 2 3o John lo acres 3 85 Stringer Arnold 105 acres 5 25 Thompson Chas j acres 3 05 Weavers W U Jf R 60 acres 2 05 Weaver B M N rJ 60 acres 5 oo J CRAM OIlCHAttO COUHIKD Smith J II N R 21 acres Go Sutton Win 5 ncres II Oo Williams wuilo 2 acres 5 oo W A YN14IIVIt1 YIIltK Daugh Silas A 30 acres q o Ulrd Joseph 50 acres 5 Carrollton J M 206 acres 7 00I Chambers Jas 14 acres 6 Cook W U X R 35 acres 3 45 Cook OWe 50 acres 7 So OJpe J W N It 0 aero 410 Grooms W R N U 160 acres 3 S5 HubanksMrAliLeachhnzgoa 295 Knstmau Hobl N R acres 320 Falk George N K 119 acres 4 35 Floyd K M 8 acres 4 35 Green H L a5 acres 4 05 Gosley Mrs Sarah 40 acres a 65 Goodpaster Mrs Maggie 48 acres Hamm IS Milon zoo acres 3 90 Hart John N R 47 acres 2 35 Leach Mrs Mattie a5 acres a So Leach M 30 acres 4 55 McKee W II 180 acres 5 So MeKeniie A 1 192 acres 7 qe Moore Dave 15 acres 4 05 Morgan hrs 129 acres 4 35 Morgan Wrn 100 acres 5 95 Myers A G 65 acres 4 So Mullins S S Nil n3 acres 5 75 Padgett W H hrs 25 acres 5 75 Parkhill Dr N K la acres a 15 Bright Mrs Catharine 15 acres a 40 Robinson Wm 15 acres j O Russell Q V100 acre 7 75 Rogers J A alo acres 5 G Simms Hayden iaji acres 3 95 Smith Frank 49 acres 5 7S Smith Mrs Erna 200 acres 4 85 Stringer A N R Co acres 3 9D Trisler Wm N R Bo acres oo Ware W U 5o acres 3 48 Warren C E N R 9 acres a JO Waters hrs a 75 White T W N R 70 acres 3 75 Woods M H N R 180 acres 6 77 Young Morrow Peggy 10 acres a 3S Young Clark 10 acres 3 70 Xetsler Jacob N R 39 acres a t1AYNESnU5OCOR0 Haughman Eliza a acres a 25 Owsley Sallie N It 65 acres a 95 1IlIITOC OItw liltt Akin Georgo acre IS 10 tlaitln Tern tin 6 acre 350 Burton A J acre 00 Harp W 150 acres I 20 Jackton Jelll 48 airo I ri Jackion Luke acre 3 PS ICDOOpte David acres 3 00 Lanham 0 O lot liS Lcit Iler Q9N It 18 sore IS McAnlck Mn Lucy N It JJ adv 1 50 McChord Mrs Mary N It 40 acre Nance Sin Alargnrel acres 16 90 Reynolds Milton 2S acre n ttlcbard Cultx 4b acres 7 40 Blnpleum MalUsa S acres Walden John N R IT acre 115I- IUSTIN VtLlrOtlMU Ell Adam Julia 8r IS acres S 0 Alcurn Caroline lira 3 acre M llrnwn Jobn acre I IS Oapp Mrlon acre S9 Burton Talltba bn sores I 40 Ooocb David hrl 10 acre 35 Ooode Frank lot Grave Scott lot Cooch Com acres S 70 Jones Anderson K It acre z IS McCormack Jam N It acre McKlnner Oscar lot Owens Wlllti S acres Kos Henry N K lot S St ol Cba I acre U Trice Mitchell I sere 103 Wllklnon Clay acre 131 UMBRELLAS IljcorereJ and repaired sail made almost M good as new for a small amount I can 8x your umbrella hotter than the tramp relalren and for less money Give me a FHAKK ATKINS Stanford Give Me Your Order I Can Please You rondyntndeclothlngwllunlhenIs snulo nutdocult sand n suit innilw to uxJ1lrlonctdtllllnr1 hrledIxasludaestillovercoats troutvni nod fancy vixtn Thu compmiy 1 rujirtiMiit Is onw of the livnt U aKUPhEY the Tailor PUBLIC SALE will sell at Iulillc Auction to lilt hlubvut nnil last lilildornt lilY plnee nciir rrtiirucTi iluua flit Urnli Orvbnril und Ijiiicaitur pike III TITKHDAY JANUARY tSllflO my Block Crop NIOIlIlIttOllllt n No Broad 11111 gtxxl Kninlly Irony 3 uxtra- no l Milk Cow extra Jurxiy35 llarnU ot- lJllrlllllt of liny loose In barn a hug lot of Mlllvto large liiliiilKr of Ohlckiim Itcu Htnniln llonwboia and Kltcbiii Kiiriilturu nil new liiul one goal Iliincy HnvliiK wild my III rill ii am dcttTinliird to ehii n locution TtTins made known on day of skin C W KING rrciiclifwllh Ky POSTED We wbose name appear below strictly turbid hunting tubing or any kind of tree paining on our place and will prosecute violators to tbe full extent of Iho law Mrs Kate Ador Itelchonbach tiros Fred VonOruenlKtin Albert VonOruenlptn FrodVonAllman Fred Itaumnnn Alfred Simpson George Holme MU Mattie II Helchenbach Charles Oummtni Jo Hallou A 0 Dunn S Holme W E AmoD W R Daugberty- M J Hoffman M D Flmoro Peter W arter J Novln Carter J E Bruce W V ribornaker Thomas Kerrlll Oreen Ferrlll F J Conn John Oamenlicb Sam Trnwbrldlo A U Root Charles Knsilln Frank Oordler Mrs M Haydtn Welch Peter Bftliner Jobn Meier Samuel Llndiey Jacob Oatder MM Alice Lytle David Stephens Mary Hoffmann L P Nunnelley J W Daugbman- OorNtonu Ornynon J O Carpenter Jacob JtNtweln Sam Diiraeron fli- I BARGAINSN UNDERWEARWHILE I Heavy Sanitary Fleeced that sold for 50c a garment we will sell atu 35c a Garmenti WHILE THEY LAST = as SAMROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY The Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky Only Dairy and Weekly Published nt the Capital the JillOliO thatIover took the Associated 1rcw Reports has 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tuttmner First National Banks Ky Capital Stock 50000 ThIs InllltuUon was lubllibttt as the Hank of Stanford In 1891 then reorganized as tho National Dank at Stanford In ItCS and again reorganized ai the First National nark of Stanford In 1887 haring had practically an uninter rupted exlitence for 41 It Is better supplied now with factlltle for transact IngDuilnoi promptly and well than ever before In Ito long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Officers J I HOOKKK frit8 T lUniiiN V ire J J UcttOHFKTa Cbr W VRAURNAMiubr Directors t Reid nanvllle T llarrl StanfordnJ a Docker K L Tanner McKinney SL n ninWc H nnuRhman Staiford T p Hill Stanford Jin ItobtuMin Rubble J II llnuebtuan Stanford J H 1etlut Stanford 0 E Tale Stanford YOUR WANTSlNA Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD I1nitSOXAi supervision given to nil 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