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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL4pVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 23 1900 NO 98 W SENATOR ELEC1 THOMAS II IAYNTEK I Who has filled with credit many offices of trust and to whom defeat is unknown Senator J C S Ulnckburnfl successor in tho Upper House at the nations capitol IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W C Price ono of the oldest citizens of Springfield is dead W C Sheppard has been math cashier of the citizens Bank at Somer set Henry Hunch was given 16 y ara in the penitentiary tor the murder ofi John Vickery in Whitley county Henry HlKRlnB a Q C fireman whose home was at Somerset tell from his engine near Oakdnle and was killed 0 T Wallace Jr of Gurrard has ttcccptotl the position of private secre tary to E S Honiwn Chief Auditor of roIlubllcanunknown man on left thigh and right arm woro broken Robinson Keith fell from n signal post at Junction City and broke his neck in ono plnco close to his shoulders yet ns mysterious as it may seem he still lives und indications point to his recovery says a Danville dispatch Edward Cotter of Somerset admin istrator of Charles Iighlfoot has sued t tho Big Four Railroad for 10000 damages Lighlfoot who was n brake man was killed by n Rig Four train Robert Marling and B V Puryonr of Danville represent Cotter Lizzie hoops has been hold to await the nction of tho grand jury on the charge of furnishing tho articles with which the prtoonars confined In the Knox county jail attempted to gain their liberty The Sltooj woman had been doing the washing for some of the prixonon and It to claimed she con cenlwl the articles in a basket of cloth ingit U stated that tho Louisville 8 Nftshvlllo will probably triple track that part of Its line between Corhin and Livingston In view of Increase in traffic says a Harbourvlllo dispatch A second track Is now bolng put In and it is believed two tracks will bo inadequate Tho lino from Norton to Louisville and that from Atlanta to Cincinnati converge at Corbin and sep arate at Livingston The Pine Mountain railroad the L 8 Ne proposed exten Jlion from Four Milo to Williamsburg been placed Inhandsof the contrac tors and it is understood that work will commence at once Cured His Mother of Rheuma tism My mother has boon a fmffcror for many years from rheumatism says W II Howard of Husband Pennsyl nnlnIIAt times silo was unable to move at all while at all times walk I presented her with lug was painful t a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Halm und utter a tow applications she do elded U was the mobt wonderful pain reliever she had over tried In fact she In never without It nuw and is at till times able to walk An occasional application of Pain Halm keeps iKVay the pain that showas formerly troubled with II For sale by all druggists Tho Czars chief cook receives sal and Is nn important ary of 50000 a year personage in Russia Ho has the rank of General and control of all the imperial kitchens in the empire Ho probably dosent know how to make a caviare sandwich An agreeable movement of thobowols without any unpleasant effect Is pro duced by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by nil drug gists KINGSVILLE IMr Clint Hicronamous of the C S was the guest of Wm Lane Two very good shows were given this- week at Campbells opera house Miss Dollic Goochand EmmcttGooch of McKinney have been visiting rela tlvcs here A great many inquiries are made here about County Attorney W S Burchs critical linens which is causing much regret among his many friends Roland Gooch who has been nn In Valid for a number of years died Wed nesday and was burled at the family burying ground Thursday afternoon Mrs Wright died Friday and wan buried at Pleasant Point Sunday Mrs Wright who was quite aged died as the result of a fall she received about a week ago- Clarence Dunn is at home from the C S IL H Burrows of Lexington was here Saturday Walter Bostin of Science Hill was tho guest of his brother Operator Bostin Mrs Martha H Creighton has sold her homo hero and 1C acres of land to Wm Carey und will give ixwsoasion on March when she will leave for nn ex tended visit to relatives in Michigan and Oklahoma with a view to locating Your correspondent will go to St Louis Summer Colors They are here Blue is strong huff will remain There are various new yellows Burnt onion Is by no means dead Heliotrope tonoe will be in high fa vorGreens In all the dainty shades arc noted BluM rango from navy to palest baby shades Cadet and pale periwinkle tones will be good again The delicate effects will be the thing in tho flfmy fabrics How to Avoid Pneumonia We have never heard of u single Instance of u cold resulting in pneumo ala or other luqg trouble when 1101 Honey umFTar has beau taken It not only stops the cough but himlH and strengthens till lungs Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse duty substi tote offered Dr C J nishop of Agnow Mich writes I hove uset- lFoluys Hoiioy und Tar In three very severe oases of pneumonia with good results In every case II 1enuys Drug Store If tho Legislature passes n bill to pro hibit tho production of Uncle Toms Cabin in Kentucky it should take like action In regard to The Clansman II The one is as much over drawn as the other and both aro rev minders of times it would be best to forget Frankfort Journal Chronic Constipation Cured One who suffers front chronic consti pation Is in danger of many serious ailments Orltio Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation as U olds digestion anti stimulates tho liver and bowels restoring tho nature I action of theso organs Commence tak ing it today and you will fool bellerlit once Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is very pleasant to take Itefuso substitutes Pennys Drug Store A burglar was killed and another fa tally wo at Chicago in a fight detectives NEWS NOTES The mercury stood at 73 In Louisville at 2 I Saturday An infernal machine was received bj a Jewish rabbi at Rochester N Y Joe Cans knocked out Mike Sullivan In the IGth round at Sun Francisco- L N earnings for tho second week of January show an increase of 125220 Wiles Kash aged 83 and II C Mainline 82 died at Mt Sterling SaturdayPlans under way for forming a combine of nil the big breweries in New York City Town Clerk William S Shrieber of Bridgeport Conn was found dead in a room filled with gas Xettie Shepherd a 16yearold boy was instantly killed by the kick of u mute in McCrackin county The bodies of all the 18 victims of West Virginias latest coal mine ac cident havo been recovered Crazed from overstudy a 14year old boy dived from the third storyof his home in New York and was killed Pneumonia caused 13 of the 89 deaths reported to the Health Office in Louis isvillo during last week and tuberculosis 12Seven men reported to havo been killed by a snowslido at a mining camp at Alta Utah 20 miles from Salt LakeThe Carnegie library at the Agricultural and Mechanical College n colored school at Normal Ala was destroyer fireThree men were killed in a wreck on the Seaboard Air Line at Minor a small station seven miles out from AtlantaHarry Green colored charged with complicity In a murder at Ashland was convicted and sentenced to 93 year imprisonmentJ hnm of Kansas City was elected president of the National Whole sale Dry Goods Association at the New York convention William Van Dalncn was hanged in the Jefferson county jail at sunrise Friday morning for the murder of Fannie Porter his mistress Shoo polish manufacturers of the United Status formed a national asso elation for the purpose of promoting the welfare of the trade At a massmeeting of citizens at Can ton Miss the resignations of all the municipal officers from Mayor down were demanded Graft is alleged Lady Parker wife of Sir Gilbert Parker is said to have been robbed of 76000 worth of jewelry by a sneak thief who lied to tho United States The five young men who wore arrest ed at Indianapolis charged with high way robbery and who claimed to 1IeI In Louisville have been held for W IL Pain Jr awellknowntnrmer of Breckonridge county despondent over death of wife committed suicide by cutting his throat from ear to ear Stuyvosant Fish president of the Illinois Central railroad has accepted nn invitation to speak at the annual banquet to bo given by the Louisville Board of Trade District Attorney George B Stidger of Denver Col was fined GOO and committed to jail for contempt ofcourt He is charged with conspiracy to de featthe ends of justice Mrs Grace M Brown denies that she Ig arranging to contest Capt S S Browns will or that she is going or the stage She is ill at the home of her sister In Now York The jury In the caso of former Au ditors Agent A M Harrison charged with fraud in the settlement of back tax cases after being out for 24 hours at Winchester returned n verdict oC accquittul Miss Essie Milby was given a verdict of 10000 for injuries received in n col lision between a street car and a trait on tho Henderson route The trial of the case in tho Jefferson circuit court consumed three days George Ford who some time since killed his wife and three children with- a hatchet near Vevay Ind ended his own lifo nt the Central Asylum for tho Insane at Indianapolis by hanging himself to the bingo of a door A powerful magnet will bo used at a Philadelphia hospital in nn effort to draw a piece of steel from the brain of John Nail While Nail was at work in a machino shop six months ago a piece of metal penetrated his skull over the ear was out butt splinter of steel remains in tho brain The Original Folo Co Chicago originated Honey anti Tnr us n throat and lung remedy und on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Hon ey and Tar many Imitations arc offer wthlesIIlmlllltiOnS uine Foloys Honey and Tar is In a yellow package Ask for it and refuso any substitute It is the best remedy for coughs and colds Pennys Drug- Store HUSTONVILLE Mrs Schcntster of Louisville is the guest of Miss Anna Reid Good Jersey cow with young call good milker for sale W R Williams- J B Riffe sold to John J Allen CC ewes at 500 and a bunch of cattle at 3Jc F M Pcavyhouso 8 Sons sold Jas Yowell 100 barrels of corn delivered at 2 and 150 shocks of fodder nt 15c A dark Jersey calf came to my place three or four months ago Owner cnn get it by paying for his keep James C Reid Hustonville Lair Brown have two fine Siberian bloodhound pups in training and expect by careful teaching to have a pair that will soon be able to follow the coldest trailDuring the two years Miss Kat Blain has been deputy postmaster here she has lost only a half day from the office Miss Blain is an exceedingly efficient and accommodating official Mr Emmett McCormack and daugh ter Miss Rose McCormack visited red atives in Washington county County Attorney Charles F Montgomery and wife of Liberty spent Sunday with her parents here- McCormack Peacock have in a portion of their stock of farming Implements and are ready to wait on their friends to what they have Tho junior member of this firm is building a splen did home on Main Street Dr Hawkins Bishop of Burnside and Miss Luva Lipps of this place will be married nt Lexington Wednesday Dr Bishop is a son of Mr and Mrs Josiah Bishop of this place and is a successful practitioner Ills prospec tive bride is the pretty and popular daughter of Mr and Mrs D M Lipps Miss Effie Dryo is visiting friends in Stanford Miss Amanda Stone of Lib cry was the guest of Mrs W D Stagg Miss Angie Carpenter left for Denver Col last week to visit her als vcr Mrs Allen Burris Charles Green a native of the West End and a son of Mr Logan Green left Friday for his home at Springfield III Harry Hock cr of Danville was at home a few last week on business The election of officers for the Hus tonville Commercial Club Thursday eve ning resulted as follows Chas Wheeler president Dr Edward Alcorn vice president Dr J C Barker treasurer W R Williams secretary Executive committee Rev G W Mills Prof R S Eubank V B Morse Emmett Mc Cormack and Judge Wm Myers The next meeting will be Thursday night at Alcorna opera house nt 730 The first objects of our club ore progression and development which will bo of interest to every inhabitant of our city as well as to every farmer of the community Upon the list of wants of our locality on a thorough Investigation by Interested parties gives special advantages and inducements for the location of a woolen mill pants and overall factory tobacco factory and extract works slack barrel and stave factory and ox celsior machine in connection- A poultry slaughtering houso for next season State Normal school wa ter works stoke and handle factory oiled streets railroad and a company to drill for lithia water an abundance of which can be reached here at adopt of about 1800 feet the securing of which alone would give us a renowned resort second to none in the Central Western States We aregeographical ly situated contiguous to all tho tim bers that could be used for many years in tho making of hickory spokos and slack barrel stave factory With sev turnpikes leading from our city nnc penetrating forests studded with heavy timber that would be delivered hero a reasonable price and nothing but the finished goods shipped and our closi proximity to the largest markets art features quite sufficient to induce n largo plant to locate here Our local Ity produces the best quality of wood in large quantities This fact is evidenced by buyers from tho largest Eastern plants ordering their agents to pay more for clips hero than elsewhere With labor plentifuland cheap the superiority of the output would readily create a demand beyond the supply of even a large plant Woolen mills have ed beyond the experimental stage In Kentucky and Tennessee and since the successful work of gasoline engine- st much less capital is necessary to the equipment as well as a larger the stockholder More minuto details regarding any of the factories mentioned above will bo glad ly given by addressing the secretary of the Hustonvlllo Commercial Club Stomach Troubles and Consti pation- Chntuberlnins Stomach and Liver Tablets are tho best thing for stomach troubles and constipation 1 havo ever lIoM1ISO8 J H Cullman adruggist of Pottervllle Mich They are easy to take and alawys give satisfaction I tell my customers to try them and if not satisfactory to come back and get their money but have never had a complaint For sale by nil druggist pis Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac cordeons 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 t HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky U SOpp WEEKAT- W H H1GGINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY 12 Cakea Ark for 25cU 8 for WetsBrown N for 25cts 7 Brag for t 25cts IiII Grand Pit for2ficls0 II Ivory for 23cte 2 Ark for files Town Talk for 2JCU Town Talk for tilts 110II Ills Granulated Sugar for 100 Prepare For 1906 i COAL AND WOOD White Oak Cannel East Tcnaoascc Jcllico H G Jdlico Mountain Ash Jcllico Darren Fork FKEDiWhoftt Straw Millet Hay Millet Straw Timothy Hay Mixed Hay Corn Oats Brut Sbipstuff Big4 Mixed Barley BEST COW PEED ON THE MARKET Big4 Mixed Feed Ground Corn Oats Bran and Barleyfor 75c per enck till Xmas We have a Crusher andcan grind anything in the feel line Give us your order GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY etoh scenes ohs se II CooK Stove BargainI r 1 SECONDHAND STEEL UA Y ORDER 0 cap largo oven high heH closet Will lust ns lung as a new use Iwllrmill three tines the price S12JO IInllI a SEE I 5 H ALDRIDGE AKI I THE TINKER PLUMBER PlMP AND FtRNACE IPHONE lie DEPOT STREET STANFORDrL err s er BUY YOUR Collars Hames Collar Pads Backbands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets Grub Tools c from George DP Hopper Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries Tinware Queensware Tiling EtcttBEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES S V The Interior Journal E C WALTON JESSE M ALVKKSON has Introduced a bill In the General Assembly taking Casey county from the Eleventh Uis trict and incorporating it in the Eighth He hopes thus to further his Congn sional aspirations It is not thought however that this bill will pass as it- will be difficult to show anyone who is r not interested that it is good policy to take a Republican county from a surely t Republican district and put it in a dis trict that although counted Democrat has gone Republican Richmond Reg- ister1 Wrong as ussual Mr Alver sons object is to help his friend Senator Hubble fulfill a promise he f made to the good democrats of Casey county Lincolns representative in the Lower House is not mercenary as iI the sore editor of the Register wouM have his readers believe Looks like t Editor Pickles will never get over Mr Millers defeat for Speaker TilE reason Marshal Field the Chicago merchant prince is receiving so many encomiums is that he made his 7millions by ordinary trade and judi investment He was no specul tor He made no attempts to suppress fj competition He built up an immense i retail and wholesale dry goods trade f In his early years he had associate but the vast expansion of his business in the last 25 years was made under i his sole direction He was a man of i the highest character and eminent Ij publicspirited Chicago has lost one J of its greatest citizens and New York has lost one of its most extensive real estate owners WILLIAM VAX DALSEN who was hung in Louisville Friday for the murder oC t Fannie Porter his mistress confessc to a Times reporter that he had murdered a man named Murphy and had also attempted to kill his sweetheart having snapped his pistol five times in her face Fortunately for the girl it f was a centrefire pistol and was loaded with rimfire cartridges Gov Becl 1 ham made no mistake in not intcrfei ing with the jurys verdict Van Da F sen deserved hanging and it is a pity he did not get his deserts before he met his lost victim r Gov BECKHAM sent to the Senate for confirmation yesterday the names of the following Boyle county gentleme to serve as commissioners of the DeaC and Dumb Institute at Danville Mei srs A S Robertson R G Evans II G Sandifer and C H McDowell Admirable selections all of them AN observer says that a woman never loses interest in the man she r k might have married If he succeeds she prides herself on the fact that she could have had him If he fails she is equally proud of the fact that she had foresight enough to turn him down IT is suggested that He paid his taxes be inscribed on the tombstone of Marshall Field because he is prob ably the only rich man who ever gave his property to the Assessor at any where its real worth 1 tJ POLITICAL ii The pardon tax bill was defeated In the House It is stated that Gen Funston will shortly be ordered to the Philippines Thomas Y Fitzpatrick former Con gressman from the 10th district died t latFrankfort Luke E Wright GovernerGencraloi r the Philippines has been named by the President as the first American Am- bassadorti to Japan Capt W W Bra shaw one of Columbias most enterprising and pub lie spirited citizens has been chosen mayor of that little city j Gov Folk of Missouri delivered ant address before the Boston Mass Mer chants Association on the subject of a general reform in In the Senate Mr Tilimanoffered his resolution for an investigation ol the Morris incident at the White House i The resolution was laid on the table by a decisive vote In an exciting threecornered munici pal election at Knoxville former May or S G Heiskcll probably was elected Mayor by a narrrow margin He ran on an Inn ependmtLabor ticket President John Mitchell of the United Mine Workers declared at Indianapolis that there is no political office in the United States for which ho would resign the leadership of the j minersSenator Newman of Woodford is the author of a bill providing for raising the fee to be paid the State for a Notary Public commission from 2 to 5 If adopted this measure will raise 10000 In revenue Mr Young of Bath county has of- feredl a joint resolution for the appoint ment of a committee of three from the House and of a like number from the t Senate to go to Breathitt county to set tle the feud question One excellent method would be to give a banquet to the leaders on both sides at which toadstools are served as mushrooms Louisville Times To The TaxPayers of Lincoln Co Section 4325 Persons damaging road by unusual use to repair penalty Any corporation company or Individual who may by unusual use of a road materially damage the same shall repair all damages caused by the use of said road or roads The Supervisor or Overseer of Roads shall at any time when necessary notify said corporations companies or individuals of their duty as provided in this section and should the said parties so notified fall in a reasonable length of time to be filed In the notice to make such repair such parties shall be deemed guilty of obstructing the public roads and shall be subject to a line of not exceeding 01 hundred dollars to be applied to road purposesThis is a part of the general road law of Kentucky The Act has been in force since March 10 1894 The Fiscal Court of Lincoln county Is charged with the duty of maintaining all the public roads in Lincoln count The pikes are maintained exclusively by taxation the dirt roads by hands allotted to thorn and taxation By an order of the Fiscal Court the Supervisor was directed to notify all persons corporation companies and individuals who by an unusual use had damaged the turnpike roads leading from Lincoln and Casey line to Mow land station and from the same point to McKinney to repair all damages callsed by the unusual use of said roads by theI 1st day of February next All damag that has accrued to these roads by the unusual use of said roads year before the 1st day of Februaryl 1906 will be the subject of proof upon the trial of any corporation or individual The law embraces tall roads dirt as well as Mc Adamized roads it matters not which By unusual use materially damaging the same is deemed under the statute to be obstruction of said roads which is anutsance In common law to be guilt of creating a nuisance the person so guilty was liable to a fine in any amount in the discretion of the jury R C WARREN Judge Lincoln Court Here and There The Jellico Christian church will be completed in May A 3000000 tunnel is to be built under the Mississippi river at St Louis Heavy rains in Southern Californi wilt be of great value to the farmers Newton Turner was instantly killc by a fallen electric wire at Madison IndArgument is being made in the U S Supreme Court in the Caleb Power caseHarvey B Hurd a prominent attot ney and author of Chicago died of par alysisEighteen Negroes were killed in fire and panic in a colored church at PhiladelphiaJohn Wallace retired navy chaplain appointed by President Lin coin died at Alameda Cal Joe Lickliter and A J Lundy al leged deserters from the United State army were arrested at Barbourville Mrs John W Cook of Richmond id was killed and four other person injured as the result of an explosion of acetylene gas Lindsay Cooper an aeronaut of Clat inna 0 lost his hold on the trapeze and falling several thousand feet was instantly killed Fire at Glasgow destroyed propert ivbrth 56500 with 36COO insurance Murphyville Mason county suffered a 10000 loss by fire Henry L Barbee a switchman fell inder a string of box cars at HIghland Park near Louisville and his legs and in arm were cut off An extraordinary double marriage in Paris was that of the twin brothers harnteau wellknown painters to the twin sisters Renaud their cousins The store of Morris Fred at Danville was broken into and goods stolen to the mount of 300 consisting of clothing underwear shoes overshoes and jewelry George L Barnes was formally appointed postmaster at Frankfort his name being sent to the Senate with that of W B King for postmaster at inevilleMiss McLaurin daughter of United States Senator McLaurin of Mississippi narrowly escaped being burned to death in a fire destroyed the home of State Superintend ent of Education Whiteficld at son A ModernNiracl Truly miraculous seemed tho recov ery of Mrs Monte unit of tills place writes J O R Hooper Woodford Tenn she was so wasted by cough Ing up puss from her lungs Doctors eclared leer end so near that her rally had watched by her bcdsidi 48 hours when nt my urgent request Dr Kings Now Discovery was given her with the astonishing result that inprovement began and continued intll she finally completely recovered and Is a healthy woman today GUaranteed cure for coughs and colds GOo and 81 at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Trial bottle free AFTER several days of Summer weather and rain a cold wind is blow ng with good prospects for snow MATRIMONIAL Henry Montgomery and Miss Pearl Saunders of Bryantsville were married at Lancaster Miss Alice Roosevelt will send 10 000 invitations to her wedding so begin to get your presents ready Miss Ruby Scott and Ed Hendricksoi both of Garrard drove to LancasterI and were married the Rev C S gills officiating HnneYibothat Glyndon Hotel Richmond TheI couple had been married before had been divorced Mr Joshua Stone formerly of LIb goodIwas married last week to Miss Kather- Ine Fishback a beautiful young lady oC VersaillesViola the actress and Peter Duryea millionaire of New York and Lexington who is now being sued for breach of promise by Miss Sarah Mad dern also an actress were secret married in Louisville on August 10 last May Live 100 YenrsIThe chances for living a full ccntur arc excellent In tho case of Mrs Jcnni Duncan of Haynesville Me now 0 years old She writes Rlectri Bitters cured mo of ChronlcDyspepsl of 20 years standing and made me feel as well and strong as a youn girl1 Electric litters euro Stomac and Liver diseases Blood disorder General Debility andbodily weakness Sold on a guarantee at Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyno Bros Cral Orchard Price only COc CORNS CUREDCorn Exit will posi Lively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and ve absolutely guarantee to refund tin money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly remove with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure Is not speedily effected G L Penny Iruggist Stanford Ky FOR SALEAbout 41 acres of land lone mile from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster pike A good dwelling wel 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 to bought at a bargain Forprice etc see or write 1 R Hughes Stanford Kyle you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concentrated Crab Orchard Water for sale by W B McRoberts It will do the work WANTED Bright honest young mat from Stanford to prepare for payin position in Government Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids la t FOR SALE OR R ErrDr K Van Ars ales residence Possession giver at once Apply to L R Hughes Stanford Ky FOR RENTA house and good gar den Price 8 per month See L R Hughes Stanford Ky r BRING your prescriptions to Dr W- N Craig for low prices and best sir rice PUBLIC SALE Of u BlueGrafs Farm Crop and Stock Having ilreldml to quit funning I will 01 THUItHHAV JANUARY 1UH IItlllrthlnCtO near Uoun y to the highest blUilvr nay nrni o nliiotytliiw i here of IIIOJ rich ertllv land la sG11r of cultivation It U wwll ImproviVl lilts good ftnclng ood cottage of six room one Iml iiiultliruu lorvliua AIM good cellar lasting cl lfrn 10011 outbuildings two lusting ponds two lilting Springs two good stock oily 1loo l tenant oust of four rooms and our ore ii Also irult or nil ktmt wltll u num- ono goal nrHH urljor This dints lays well mid eau lw cultivated wuntytiluht nor to go In corn unil toluic co In Twenty Ire mwvd In whvitt wIlli a good stand unit lilt nnmliulor In fans It Is one ganrler inllo of pot olllco- huryh good iuIll Ic school uteri lil11ck nilthM shop on thu iJineiutcr mid lllrli lontl hike ui tulles totith of mint Ilck HJi illtm north 01 UmcaiUT the county slut 01 arrnnl Tin community for iiuitt ohrlily jiil Christianity cannot Ix nurpaiwil At the Ninut time and jiliico 1 will uUo noli lot or lions caltlf ono Ixtru goose Jer y milch cow right Lend of horses one guOl gentle ImriiiM ninrc slnil liy Honor u un 01 Red Silks her dam was I Memltcr oily yiarllii lllly by Iccilliin Chief ml alit of the Honor iron ono goad four iarold road man sired by Ilex Hull dam IIy Kniperor Wllkt u good gentle driver two good comhlnid thrya yur old inarnn two yrorultt ttlly OIlOlltfOOlI0ll1lJlI1 farm horsy ono brood tllUroJ In foal to lack KiirmliiK Implements conslftt of Out drill Ollt corn planter ono dew harrow ono inoothlnu hnrrow onecultlruturtwuturn Inl plownom hewing muchlno twodoublo lioviU one twohorno wagon ell In good imlr and other tlilni too luimurotls to lentlon AlOrolegeod ill hlmr tin buggy- nit hurnesK one goat brake curt end tool urtUropcniiKliU threw xtackn of hey our undrid shocks of sugar cant1 outs hundred rocks of good corn ladder und llvo nun drd blndtof oats Ternleaf Hilly The farm sold In ire equal payiuenU ono third cash In IlIInd onethird Inoue year fwd onethird HI two years with six IHT cent Interest frlllil tiny of solo until paid with Him on Innd to secure tho hut two payments null- Merest The stock Butt crop will bo told on nix lonthn tlmo for all shoos of twenty dollarn or more with six IHT cent Interest from ay or kalo until paid muter twenty donors null In hand nt wltb1Hllhtinted this IItlt day of Decemlnr IKiS T HAMHKY Manse Ky yl Irewltt Auctioneer Klrk vllIeTCy RII JM7rm lliti Ii lsl0s OOODSTorTODRYWarm n we need such weather as this An OVERCOAT warm long full back and stylish in both Boys and Mens UNDERWEARIn Cotton Fleeced at 25 and 50 Cents per garment garmentRoyal f PELT AND GUM BOOTS i FeltBoots at 250 and 300 Gum Boots at 3 and 350 for the rolled edge snag proof first All kinds of Rubber Overshoes 1thatTHE RAVEN McINTOSHFor 500 is WaterProof All kinds of Glbvesifrom a lOc Canvass to a 150 Dress Kid All ofIthese we can furnish you todayI 1IIHAIRClniurf aid Lrur4 ubIrInxnotr itttwfUM Mrr rail to JlMtot Or y i W- ntninlrl hair to III Toal1C1IIor A S PRICESurgeon Dentist i STANFORD KENTUCKY Oflico jthcFor Sale Privately house and 10 aft of land iltaatet IIMy outside of town limits on the Somerset louse lies 7 rooms kitchen sad tet ranti room good cellar ttabln and all aecetiary outbuIldlDRi Water hydrant the yard and nee for tack J P BAILEY Jesse W SweeneyI ivory Food and Salo Statlo Lanoaster Ky Uoreen wellfed and cared for Up toI date rigs at reasonable rale NSURANCVita Lightning WlndF4lnrmlU and Accident NOUebut and HKHTConipatilc 1Ilmohl lx wr VIoi slble Huh tunnlntir tl IuylnR Ik c orilUiiennnlled Tulk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Itetdince Ihonc No W NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBKE je CLABKS01I seen JUNCTION tITllr alt lrit0Rts Turnouts at Reasonable Rates SpecIal Attention to Traveling MOD Oratn mud nay For Bile A Special Bargain One hundred end slxty mre fiirin about c illleg Nortwft of Htnniord Oral twontory hl stock lulrn oh 111111ltcIryaacret in blue grits nivr tn 1I1111IIIjnllliLhe next 7l days 1100 locnit puts can In iiVliiKln Htanfordi INSURANCE Your Noose nillyhover burn You ire sure tu die Sec and talk with It- 1L Ncwliintl who will show you tho policy best adapted to your ego and nrcunistauccc Claims paid prompt Iy Dividends paid annually or dofor red K M NiwiAXi Agent Mutual Life Insuninco Co of N Y Organized 184JJ OaJl Traylor DEALER Wlllskli Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc OarpenUr Dlosato Houit th STANFORD KY Prompt tlon Nothing but thebat- o duck Msthphone ci UUgrtpt order itctlr tfOIIptalllnlJO THE DOCTOR FIRST THEN TO US WITH THE PRESCRIPTION The More Serious the Illness the Greater the Need WE DO NOT PRESCRIBE Thats tIe phvichinfa biHuicei WE DO however compound his prescriptions exactly as he wants them with STANDARD DKUGS of KNOWN 1UIUTY and tho price is nhright 72000 TIMES Weve been trusted with prc criition Why not bring us yours PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky rp 7 rje- aDjamond 1GiLChopping woad may no bs a etca urc it liat this hard vvcik of it ba made less b the use cf n ax that is made right Try a DaTnd v EdgC worth cvc cent it CONS rf cj GSOKGJSH HARRIS Stanford Kentucky TO CLOSJE OUT rLQOti r tlettnHqu u iinoa ii ii GI13- II tr tI 400 1 now1I i 00 1tup our must ho closed at once Wo mnho f prices to move them regardless of what they cost Ji I W E Perkins I Crab OrctiardY n j Vu of t = LINENS Every thing points to a White Linen Season We have all the qual ities and prices in Linens Itjou110 inch Linen Suiting IIl3null f0c- HO inch Linen Suiting nt R5 null Ira 10 inch Linen Sheeting nL SlOO mum 810 31 in nil Lilun Lnwn nt al iJ GO nml Olio BTAKroim KY JAX M 1000 Dnucs and Drug Sundries nt Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS IK J OWSIKV Is troubled with sciatica Mils U L AumintiT of Rowland U convalescing Mn J D EAIW was in Uockcastle last week buying cattle Miss SAflAll CURTIS of Hustonvllle I la visiting Mrs E C Walton Mns J U UBAZLEY who has typhoid t fever Is thought to bo some better ATTOUNBY Josuru C JONES of Vim vine paused through to Somerset Sun tiny i KurilBSBNTATIVE J M AlVEKSON pent Sunday with his G F Goocil of the West End last week with Mrs Woodlo S Jones Mn J G HAHDIN of Monticcllo was hero to see his father and brother Sunday InoF W C GIUNSTBAU and wife of Danville spent Sunday with Prof and Mrs J W Ireland Miss MARTHA MRXEFEB of tho D t D Institute Danville spent Sunday with tho homofolks here Slits W STOVAU and children returned to their home at Cleburne Texas after a pleasant visit to tho home folks attempting to get Into her- t Danville Mrs G T HlKRin botham of Garranl fell and broke her right arm in two places MRS J M CARTER has moved to the I linn property on Crab Orchard street and opened n first class boarding house Somerset Mountaineer Jutxsu 1Vst MYEHS and Mr A n C Dinwiddio of Hu tonvllle were hero yesterday the former en route to Lon don the latter to Hrodhcnd Mil tho Gilbert Creek section lett Friday to visit his brother and sister at Pocahontas Va- Ho has seen neither of them for 17 1 yeArs Mn MITCIIKU TAYLOR of Danville has gone to New Mexico where ho is largely interested In cattlo raising I Ho has an cxicnslvo ranch near Ins Vegas Mn J H VANIIOOK of llurnsidc was hero Fridav returning from fired head where he tlll been attending the f betlshle of his aged aunt Mrs J E Woodyard who is very low with pneu bL G REYNOLDS former assessor and Richard Ncwland ex deputy Sheriff of Lincoln county were in tho sty yesterday Mr Reynolds has been here on business with Auditor Hajror Frankfort Journal J BonN to the who or A P Young G A Prewittn tine baby boy Mr left for n short stay In Deming New Mexico where ho has an interest in goat Q C G x by and t C Moore have formed n IIIW partnorship Liberty New LOCALS TltBitB will be services at the Itanlht at 11 M next Sunday All are requested to be present lcaconsle formerly of the Ea End J S EDMIBTON has opened a Candy Kitchen at llarrodsburg Ho is an export candy maker IF you want a plow try n Chattnnoo Piu If yon like it buy It if not return back George t and get your monoy Nit Farris HFSTAUIUNT barber shop and real tt deneoin Junction City all well located for sale Wrlto J Newton Crag Junction City Ky Cot C LANHAM Is in receipt of in that patent formation from Washington will bo on his Invention a corn granted Feb 13th It is a wonderful machine and should make Mr Lanham It has ncitcr chain spring a fortune norcoff check accurately on any Kind of land and is also a good drill and cano seed sower- Tim CourierJournal of Saturday says that Mr JP Goodo will lecture a there on tho subject Our Largest II For fear somoCornCereal Crop of our Lincoln county friends might go down and meet with sore will state that Mr Goode fa a citizen of Chicago and not tho upto date mayor of Hustonvllle fl LY 1IENTY of tobacco cotton at L M Huey Cos Cut white clipped oats just nrrivcd J H Oaughman FOR KENT Richard Hampton property on Logan Avenue For particu lars see Mrs Hampton or call phone 83 0 GET your plows and plow harness from ET Pence I have tho Gibbs Imperial and Vulcan plow Nono bet lee TUB Married Peoples Club will meet with Mr and Mrs W B McRobcrts on Thursday evening Jan 25th instead of Frinny evening 26th WANTED Secondhand engines 35 to 40 horse power also live to six horsepower Stato condition and price E J Tanner McKinney Ky Tin Central Ky Real Estate Ex change Title Co sold for Mrs Mollie Frederick to Mrs W A Moberly cottage In Darsttown for 000 e SALES Attend G W Kings solo near Prcachcrsvillo today and that or- T IL Ramsey near Paint Lick Thurs day See ad in this issue of the lat ter You are requested to can and scttlo your account with me I have taken in a partner in the person of my brother Grimes Hcazlcy and must got my books straightened up J R Hcazlcy IT will bo tworemember that one swallow does not make a spring nor do a few warm days like those we have just enjoyed nnd not put your overcoat in soak nor your rub hers in tho attic Winter is going to do n good deal of lingering yet e POSTMASTER FLORENCE has been appointed to succeed himself na post master of Stanford Mr Florence Is popular official and has made an ex cellent postmaster for tho capitol o Lincoln Ills friends in Boylo will bo glad to learn of his reappointment Advocate IN conversation with W Hud Duddcrar Saturday ho told us ho had seen three or four milder winters than tho present No Ice was harvested during any of them nono being thick enough to gather He thinks wo wil- have very little cold weather during the part of this winter yet to come This is poor mans winter said he and I like it fin- eFatMr II C Ruplcys residence on East Main Street caught firo from tho kitchen Hue Sunday and tho fire company was quickly on tho scene Neighbors hud smothered the flames however nnd water was not turned on Tho damage is very small Had tho firs gained n little moro headway it would have boon almost impossible to have saved the building as a hard wind WM blowing HoitiutiMi Whllo their mother was doing sumo housework for Mr B W XJivens noar Rubble n cabin closo tq Mr Givens house burned and u3 year old colored girl perished in the flames lIar brother two years her junior was also badly burned They are children of Matilda Penman und she had left them in tho house during her absence It Is not known how the tire originated und a good deal of the interior of tho cabin had burned before it was discov ered Deputy Sheriff George T Wood saved the little boys life by risking his own and was considerably scorched Wn intended to the following joke on Judge Warren a profound secret but as the Danville News let tho cat out of the wallet wo will give it further publicity A good 1st being told on the lion R C county judge of Lincoln trial cf a case nnd when n witness who was being questioned was naked something which the judge evidently thought was in violation to the rules of practice forgetting and while on tho bench Judge Warren immediately exclaimed I object and had begun to explain his grounds for objection when Mr J D Paxton who was representing the defendant broke in with I sustain the objection A ripple of laughter im mediately went over tho court room and it was several minutes before sufficient quiet reigned to go on with the case Tho judge and his friends have had many a good laugh about the incident d PROFITABLE PERSISTENCY The thing Hint impressed me mot in your senuoueaid the not over intelligent parishioner to his iuquUitivo pastor was the way you went over tho cnnio thing again nnd again Such pcrscrvcranco I never did see in nay man before or since Possibly our ellbrts might bo opened to similar criticism Our whole endeavor is to impress you with the superior advantages of trading at this store Our purchasing power is a strong leaver which enables us to buy in large lots and of course at lower prices than other stores We now have n store at Corbin Ky and of course buy in larger quantities than over before Wo have remodeled our Stanford store and can make you more comfortable and wait on you moro satisfactory Trade with us this year I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 consUtu- cncythere pIWIIIU JostAllDATKONof moniaMESSRS 1A 1 disappoin- tmentwo Northern Coa WarrenII JUST received a lot of Northern oats E T Pence GEORGE MIDDLETON Ju colored died of consumption and was buried Sunday FOR SALE Two fresh milk cows give four gallons of milk each daily Lock box 178 Stanford Ky JuDgo J C HEMPIIILL and Charley West will open an uptodate gents furnishing store in Lancaster e FOR RENT The storeroom on Lancaster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office THE Ladies Missionary Society of the nrltl1rnoonsecy MANY are leaving r their votes at this office for Miss Eva Bailey theI candidate front this district in theI CourierJournal popularity contest If you take the CourierJournal clip- the coupon out and leave it with us These gentleman havo cast the following number of votes for Miss Bailey J Harry Moore 1000 Jr Tom Price 1000 Chas A Hnrclin 1000 J M Board 1000 B W Allin 1000 Ben Vivien 120 E J Thisler 400 Lee Smock 700 Virgil Chatham 700 Miss Baileys vote now foots up about 25000 Harrodsburg Herald STANFORD Rural Route No3 Is or dered by tho postofllco department to be discontinued after Feb 14 Routes 1 and 2 will run triwcekly beginning Feb 16 No1 runs Mondays Wed nesdays and Fridays No2 Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays This action is taken on account of the small quantity of mail collected and delivered by tho carriers on these routes Fridays INTERIOR JOURNAL for Route No1 will get started out the following Monday The patrons along these routes should get together and influence their neigh bora to get a mall box thereby increas ring the number of patrons in order to have a fighting show to havo the ser vice restored Similar routes in neigh boring counties have 90 to 115 mailboxes on routes which will no doubt bo sufficient to retain the full service The number of patrons owning mail boxes on Routes 2 and 3 only run up to from 13 to 15 IGIVENsjea clothed In its darkest mantle loves a shining mark was never more distressingly proven than when on last Friday morning af ter n short illness of pneumonia tho spirit of Mrs Bessie Engleman Giycna wife of Mr Bowen W Givens soared away to that higher and better world where death and sorrow are un known Mrs Givens was 41 years of ago and since early girlhood had been a devout member of the Christian church In 1SS9 she was married to the man who is now bereft of a gentle anti faithful wife Their union was blessed with five children the oldest 1C and the youngest scarcely two yearsof age anti they with others of her family are Utterly crushed at tho irreparable loss they have sustained A Christian in nil the word implies the natural tender ness and lovlinoss of her character wore made more manifest to those who know her intimately and at once caused true admiration on the part of those who were mere acquaintances Chief among Mrs Givens ambitions in life and which bespoke a most admirable char acter was a desire to make her homo ono of attractiveness and joy for her husband nud children and tho other that she might live to see her offspring grow to full man and womanhood still filled with the consciousness of an Al mighty Providence in whom she had so carefully taught them to trust In realIlzedsown naught On Saturday afternoon at tho Hubble Christian church where she had long been a worker Rev Tinder of Lancaster conducted tho funeral ser vices after which tho remains were brought to Buffalo cemetery and amid a concourse of sorrowing friends consigned to its resting place there to await the hour that shall mark tho end of time separating the dutiful wifoand mother from tho ones she loved so well May tho God of nil mercies look with compassion upon tho husband und motherless children and may they find comfort in tho blessed assurance that she is now reaping that reward given unto till who live and die in His infinite love and mercy L DAVID threeyearold son of Sam Ballard of the Preachersvillo section wandered from homo Sunday afternoon and his a search for him peo1Iea short time After dark the little fellow was found some three miles from home tired and hungry and crying lus tily IN remitting toWold homo paper to Sept 1903 Mr W W Lyon formerly of the West End but now a thriving citizen of Augusta Kansas writes Two years ago today we landed in Augusta and so far we have been as prosperous as we could expect We miss our Kentucky friends but hope before a great while to visit them We havo bought a lot and improved it and have a very comfortable home in the thrifty little town of about 1500 inhab itants with natural gas etc If you ever come West we will expect you to visit us Remember us tel all of our friends and especially to Dr J B Owsley It OFFICE ov GAIJIAXI SINUIITON Supt Schools of Lincoln tV January lo 1900 Whites Conccntratid titer Co KyGentlemen er from acute indigestion and consti pation for After having tried various rcailCllieo and receiving no relief I decided to try roar Crab Orchard Coaccntnnted11titer After using name for two months Icnn truthfully say that I fuel letter than I have fur years I want to my that it is the greatest remedy out for in digestion constipation and other like diMMSOH I cheerfully recommend this outer to all Eiiflercrp Rt1pertfolhIl1AnttN11 Ieir sale by nil druaist loridaNew Orleans Cuba reached in comfort via QDEEH mimROUTE run SOSJTriERH RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special ST ke Jaauary rib P lid InLmitii Train vi rMIATI lIISorM XINoJ1ON JhiO 1240AMLrvi vI tuvetlh0 via CtUUU noo a nil Atuala Florida Limited Solid Train i CINOINWAT1 83O A M IKXINOTOM 1073 M Mnayvation und Dlnlnu Cuts IT Jacksonville St AuTilr tl rePJOrtAnd Nrw Orleans vu ClutahooaaAltan4rand nlrminct am Queen Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati texlnclon Buivllle to New Orleans vu Clutunnoga PullmanScnlceSavannah and Charlnton atreducedChat W ZeJI D P A Cincinnati Char P a T LUICluo Ky i OlRRfTT C RIXIIUOI- Ulieral Haaaffr Par tCINCINNATI O HANDMADE LINEN LACES People who know Good Laces know the value of HandMade Torschon Laces m Wo are showing n wide range of patterns in the real fins thread Inces and heavy nicdicicnt 5 to 35c SPECIAL DRIVE One lot Pure Linen Tor echon Laces and Insertions Sc yd 1tv NttvNtiN1 N1L1 N 1Y1N1 S i RUBBERSII i i STOCKi ii Mens Womens and iChildrens i AlljSizes Lowest Prices i CUMMINSI i McCLARY I t J1 11NN 1 A1tio7 1MN NN11 NECESSARIES FOR SPRING SEWING F WE HAVE THEM BUY THEM NOW prYi 8 casts Long Cloths at 10 12 and 15c per yard per bolt of 12 yards 110 140 and 165 Nainsook at 15 20 and 25c per yard Hope and Lonsdale Green Tickets 13c yard Berkley Cambric yard wide 10 and 12c yardt Lonsdale Gambric at 15cts Large assortment of Torchon Laces and Hamburg Edgings and Insertions- at all prices India Linens from 5 to 25c per yard New White Waistings in Oxfords and Piques nsereutlaI L M HUBY CO Dry Goods NotionsFive and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block opp CourtHouse Stanford Kentucky J ti ur The Interior Journal Entered in the Pos Offict at Stanford III uondc1au matrr ytnnisnKU TUESDAYS AND FJUUVY AT 100 PER yeAR CASH PTWben not so paid 200 will be cbarged E D Peyton DEALEU IH Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford JaH IOONE I COt Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED sinBL E Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable RateI Oall on ux on Depot Street Also Dealer In Goal BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce h Oarter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is toliclted Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection 4 RESTORATIVE CUR- ESNERYOU5DEBIUnr n phralralIdmagnetism the true type ot nunhom- ToMUln Uil tho ant rcuuutte It raxthMJtkr itrlofffient ana male lite wortn living Rimetails PrMtralUn IIlaunad other trouble tlu ao ovrrivork rooking clniff tiablti and oter cancel 2laMnt b healthy blood eat rrpaln vuted bern raaiBpi r100 nooklet Crld free with a gust ante retnndltlloM ented rerrcn MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u R roi BALE AT PENNYS DBUO STORK JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm treeAlso Dealers in Furniture SrattingsKuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e CeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harnoss8addlory c STANFORD KENTUCKY Oaice Phone 107 Home TboooSS INDIGESTIONS RECORD The best I can prescribe for your digestion madam Is Greens August Flower J know several other physatans who pre scribe It regularly Indigestion is making an awful record u a cause sudden deaths It is beat Ing heartfailure in its ghastly harvest qVou read in the papers daily of apparently healthy and even men suddenlyattacked with acute indigestion a meal and of dying in cases before a physician be called in QTliis should be a warning to who suffer with regular or periodical attacks of indigestion these victims ot acute indigestion had taken a small dose of Mower be lore or alter their meals they would not lave fallen a prey to such sudden seizures Flower prevents indigestion by creating digestion It also regulates the liver purifies the and tones up the entire system in a natural t Two sizes 350 an 75c AllcliugglM For Sale at Pennys Drug Stora FARMERS DEPARTMENT Small lot of hemp seed for stile Henry Logan Stanford W H Rigncy sold three mules to James McKechnie for 330 YOUNG Jersey a wonderful milk cow for sale Box 161 Stanford Lot of good cultivnted hemp seed for sale R M West HyntUvillc Ky T A Royce of Garrard sold R Dignity Dare gelding for 210 FOR SALE250 shocks fodder Good place to feed it Givens Carter Moreland Ky Fon RENT10 acre stock field Address Mrs Sallie Pennington R Ii No1 Stanford J W Ends bought of A T Traylo an extra good pair of ICJhand mar mules for 300 and of W C Shanks n cow and calf for 50 According to the Department of Ag riculture at Washington Kentucky In 1905 produced over onethird of the to baccoralsed in tho entire country Fifteen thousand bushels of when stored in the Southern Star elevator at Perryville has spoiled from overheating due to dampness at threshing time LANCASTER COURT Lots of cattle were on the Lancaster market yester day but tho demand was not great Horses nnd mules were much sought for and many of the latter sold at 125 to 175EsTRAYEDA yearling steer weight about 550 or 000 Ibs hole cut througl left car Steer was bought from a drover near Stanford Will pay for knowledge of its whereabouts Hugh Thompson Chilton Ky Eighteen Dignity Dare colts havi sold for an average of 550 per head at an average of less than threeyearsold This great show horse is owned by D S Carpenter of Hustonville T L Carpenter sold 12 head of his noted Polled Angus cattle to Lutes at prices running from 3 to 3Jc The bunch averaged 1230 pounds Danville News FOR SALEA nice large store roon and dwelling above consisting of sev ernl 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 n bargain and is a splendid opportunity for some ono desiring to go in business for the store and dwelling combine will be a great saving in rent etc Possession given immediately For partic ulars etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford CHURCH MATTERS Near Panalo in Estill county recently Rev D G Combs of the Christiai church held a series of ten days meet ing resulting in 100 additions to the church Eight by baptism four fron the Baptist church eight from other sources others reclaimed Eld Joseph Ballou preached a most excellent sermon at the Christian church Sunday morning in celebration of his 70th birthday His topic was Gods Revelation to the Human Family tI and he handled it with much force and clearness Eld Ballou was pastor of the Christian church for four years and much good resulted from his labors as such He occasionally preaches now and whenever he docs a good crowd hears him The house was well tlllci Sunday morning This grand old mar has been a member of the church for 47 years joining when he lived in Pu laski county He has preached almost that long He served in the union army from 1861 to 1861 and preached to his fellow soldiers when the occasion would admit We join his many friends and admirers in hoping that ho will be spared for many years to come that he may his fight for the better ment of mankin- dChamberlains Cough Remedy the Bost Made In my opinion Cbamlwrlainfi Cough Remedy is tho best made for colds to says Mrs Corn Walker of ortervlllc California There is no doubt about it bolng tho best No Dthor will euro a cold so quietly No other is so sure a preventive of pneu nonla No other is so pleasant nnd safo to take These are good reasons vliy it should bo prefurred to any other The fact Is that tow peoplo are atlsfied with any other after having once used this remedy POI sale Ian druggists year yD000worthof gold was scraped from the 19 chimneys of tho United States mint at Philadelphia during the annual cleaning During the year 49000 woth of gold and silver lust was swept from tho mint floors tad 1680 was recovered by burning the clothes of the workmen A Thousand oflGoodA IL Thurnes a wen known coal peratot of Buffalo 0 writes II iayo been alliicted with kidney and ladder trouble for years passing ravel and stones with excruciating min I got no relief from medicine mill I begun taking Foleyg Kidney Turn then the result was surprising A few doses started tho brick dust like tine stones and now I have no pain cross my kidneys nnd I feel like new man It has done mo 81000 worth of good Pennys Drug Store Twelve men are in the jail at Pine rifle charged with murder x The Hindoo who has the steadiest nerves in the world and who is accus tomed to concentration and who cant through feats of endurance that would daunt any other man of any other race has his own way of rest iff his nerve He does it economically and claims that he gets good results When worn out so tired that he can hardly stand the Hindoo will drag himself to the window and rest upon his feet Ho will open his arms wide and breathe deeply This is his way of resting his lungs and his stomach Ho will remain by the window taking in deep breaths of pure all meanwhile he will say his prayer The two together the deep breathing and the prayers restore him He turns from the window rested in mind and In body ills nerves are light and frec again Half The World Wonders how the other halt lives Those who use Uueklens Arnica Salvo trove wonder If it will cure Cuts Wounds Burns Sores and all Skin eruptions they know it will Mrs Grant Shy 1130 L Reynolds St Springfield 1111 811StlI regard it one of thoabsolut necessities of housekeeping Guar anteed by Pennys Drug Store Stan ford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard at 25c A London money lender pressed his claim for money loaned in n city court md the Judge after an exhaustive quiry into the merits of the case directed the defendant to pay the deb it the rate of ono penny per month the entire amount to be paid by tho end of the two hundred and ninth year Beats The Music Cure liTo keep the body In tune to write Mrs Mary Brown 20 Lafayette Place oughkcepIo N YII I take Dr tings New Life PiUs They are tho most reliable and pleasant laxative I have found to Best for the Stomach Liver and Bowels Guaranteed b1 enhys Drug Store Stanford Lyn Jroa Crab Orchard at 2Jo Sheriffs Sale for Taxes On Monday Feb 12 Being tho 1st day of the January torn ot the Lincoln county court I will bo ween tho hours of 0 oclock A1 ant- I oclock v M In front of tho courthouse door in Stanford Ky soil at Public outcry to tho highest and bos bidder for cash In howl tho following lists or so much ns will pay taxes cost nntllenlIt As fast as payments are made tin names will disappear The amount set opposite each tiaim Includes G pot cent penalty and cos of advertising M S DAUOIIMANSheriff STAN10IDWIIIT- Itrummrtt Miss Bottle 4 acres 4 8ft Hazulett John 10 acres 1 7- 1larolett Win t acres 3 85 Hazolett Jack 18 acres 4 Hi Russell F L 1 acres 4 30 Scarbough Jolm 0 acres 3 STANronUOOLOUHD Anderson Miller lot 1 85 Anderson Dave 3 acres 4 0- Crow Elizabeth acre i loffuy Jim lot 605 Givens Anthony lira nag 3 S Givens Kate 10 acres 2 Iii Harris Martha lot 0 10 lays Will 1 aoro U P Jigging Squire micro 2 1111 Wyatt 1 aero 3 70 Logan Mary Aroerlau I acre all loMuIlin Joe L 2 uorod 3 Sls ilorrlson Win II mares 3 5out Sam 4 acres G lout Dick 7 acres 3 7f tout Sam and Dick 3 acres 2 ilmpaon Chas 3 aces 4 32 SlmpsoD Milly 1 aero 2 iVatklns henry auto 3 8J CIIA1I OKCHAUD WIUTK Adams Johnson lOG notes 133 lolten Obo 8 acres 4 SO Cooper Mrs J SNit 151 ugrus 27 00 Jaugherty Wm 45 acros 4 OC augherty Dan 70 acres 4 2i- olanoy Mrs Kate CO acres 2 5o onny A J 20 awes 4 3o iooch Mrs Matilda 32 acreos 2 Go Hilda O Addison 12 acres 3 86 felines Mrs M 0 lot 275 Holmes D V 103 acres 11r insure Joe Sr Io5 acres 8 So Lewis 0 P N U 100 acres 3 110 Lowering Sam 80 aero SIS IcDnnuld J J 400 acres 6 Ihupo Jask 01 ncres 01ti iinglcton W J 2oo acres 4 55 Smith Mrs Aramonln 13oaeresi imlth Frank lo acres 2 3o itephens John lo acres 383 itrlnuer Arnold Io3 acres flJ3 liompson Chas 5 acres 3 03- ircavor w H N It Oo acres 2 05 reaver B M NIt Oo acres ft oo OHAII OICHARDCOIXIIKO Smith J II N n 21 acres 2 Co Sutton Win 5 acres 3 Oo Williams wade 2 acres jj uo W AvNESUU1t0WI1IT1- laugh Silas A 30 acres 460i- rd Jossph 50 acres 500 arrollton J M 206 acres 7 30 Chambers Jas 14 acres 5 lopk W R N R 35 acres 3 45 pok Ollie 50 acres 7 50 Oope J W N R 8 notes S40 rooms W R N R rho acres 3 55 ubanks Mrs A E Leach hrs 140 a 2 95 Eastman Hob N U 01 acres 32 Falk GeorRo N R 19 ncres q 35 Floyd R M 8 acres 4 35 Green 11 L z5 acres QS Gosley Mrs Sarah 40 acres 2 i Goodpastcr Mrs Maggie 4S acres q 15 Hamra MiUon 100 acres 3 90 Hart John N R 47 acres 22 35 Leach Mrs Mattie 25 acres 2 50 Leach M 20 acres 4 55 McKee W II 180 acres L 80 McKenzie A J 192 acres 7 4 0 Moore Dave 15 acres 4 aS Morgan hrs 129 acres 4 3S Morgan Wm too acres 5 95 Myers A G Oj acres 4 80 Mullins S S N R nS acres S 76 1adgett W H ins 25 acres S 7S Iarkhilt Dr N R nacres s 15 Bright Mrs Catharine 15 acres a Robinson Wm 15 acres 3 O Rimcll U W 400 acres 77 Rogers J A ale acres 5 Go Simms Hayden ni acres 3 95 Smith Frank 49 acres 5 75 Smith Mrs Erna 200 acres 8i Stringer A N R Co acres 3 Trisler Wm N R So acres Ii 00 Ware W B Co acres J 4S Warren C E N It 9 acres a JO Water hrs 75 White T W N R 75acres a 7ji Woods M H N R ISO acres j 77 Young Morrow A Peggy 10 acres a 35 Young Clark 10 acres 3 70 Zetsler Jacob N R 39 acresaWAyxusuupaSCoLOwgn 5 Uaughman Eliza 2 acres a 21 Owsley Sallle N K 65 acres a 95 HUSTON VtLtR WHITE Akin 0 corgi acre tI 10 IlIaA1n Tern lira i acres SS Burton A J acre s 00 harp W U ISO acres 1Jackson Jess 18 are I II Jackson Luke acre I 05 Knocplo Darld 7 acres a 00 loaD ham C 0 lot 55 tapper 0 8 N It 13 acres 53 McAnlck Mn Lucy N R 25 acres 2 McChord Mr Mary N R 40 acres 171 Nance Mrs Margaret acre 10 30 Reynojdi Milton 25 acres 6 U Richards Fells 40 acre Singleton atallua 2 acres S Walden John N 1117 acre II liTex TLLCYIgaCb- Adam John Sr 16 acres 6 20 Alcorn Caroline lir3 acres S 76 llrowD John I acre I Capp llrrlon acre I M Hutton Talltha Urs wires 3 to joocli null hrl 10 acres 16 Goode Frank lot I JriiTft Scott let I 50 3ooeb Cam acres a 10 lone Anderson NR i Bre McOormacb Sam N it I acre S Sf MoKlnnof Oscar lot I N OWIIU W1I1U2 acres 6 Roe Hoary N R lot 2 is St el Ubai I acre 51 Trice Mitchell 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