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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 28 1908 NO 98 HUBBLE George Kelley and wife of Marks bury visited relatives hero Sunday Silas Mcsser sold his tobacco crop to Lancaster parties at Gc M IL Eu banks need L G Hubblo sold their crop of hemp In Stanford at 175 Hurrah for Stanton Mrs Thos Marker Is quite sick Joe Ross nnd wife will leave soon for Illinois to make their future home Thos Wilder and wlfo are rejoicing over the arrival of a son Mr Van Keeton and Muss Isabel Yoakey drove to Lancaster and were married M D Eubanks has returned from the South Miss Dcsha Stignll of Perry ville Is tho guest of her sister Mrs J S McKittrick Miss Flonnlo Hammond Is visiting in Lexington Mrs A J Rice of Lexington lint been with her parent Mr and Mrs A C Carman for a few days Last Friday morning the community was shocked by tho death of Mrs H W Givens who was seized with pneu monia only a few days before Tho fu neral services were held at the Christian church here after which a largo procession of friends followed the re mains to Buffalo cemetery It needs no golden light of the Immortality Into which Mrs Givens has passed to say of her that she was of tho brightest and purest typo of womanhood She was a consistent member of the Christinn church and only two weeks ago occupied her accustomed place there Our deepest sympathy goes out to tho broken homo circle In which she was BO much needed and for which years of thoughtfulness had fitted her to bo tho chief Inspiration Each returning day emphasizes the uncertainty of lifo and yet wo can not be reconciled to tho passing of a mother even to enrich heaven Small Beginnings Jay Gould was n book agent Henry Villanl was a reportof Elihu liurritt was a blacksmith Benjamin Franklin was u printor Arnham Lincoln was a rallapllttor James J Hill began as a roustabout A T Stewart was u school teacher Daniel Drew began as a cattle trader Cornelius Vandwbllt ferried his own boat CatntRie began llfeat2CO n 1Andrew John Wanamaker began life at 5125 n week John Jacob Astor mid applies In tho streets Thomas Edteon began as a digraph operator William Lloyd Garriionwas a printers devil William A Clark as a young man was a miner- John D Hookofollor worked in a machine shop- Thomas P Ryan was a clerk In a dry goods store Contracted Chronic Dlnrrhooa Whllo In tho Philippines Wlillo with Uw lS Army In the 1hllinpliu contracted chronlo diarrhoea suffervd severely from this terrible di case for over Uin years and tried tM proscription of numerous physicians butfound nothing that did 1nu any good until I tried rhnmlHrlnins Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea llommly two mnull bottlos of which entirely ourod mo and I liuvo since hod no return of the dlsouso Herman Stela 212 N Union Ave Pueblo Colorado For stile by all drugjfUu n A creature insafraid to print his name seeks in a card In thdt organ of assassination tho Louisville Herald to defame the memory of Coy Goebel and insult the lion Josao M Alvcreon because tho latter proposed that u statue of Goebel bo placed along with one of Henry Clay in tho Hall of Fame Such men as tho writer would stab a man In tho back and in tho dark and Is n fit e apologist for assassins and assassina tion and tho paper that would puplish such rot is as much deserving of con 1 tempt uS the Irresponsible scribbler Frankfort Journal Well said and to It we add our amen and amen A Bargain If you wish to buy a bargain all you have to do Is got a bottle of Dr CaldwolPs laxative Syrup Pepsin und uso It at tho least sign of headache dizziness constipation biliousness Indigestion etc This small Invest went will bo tho best bargain you over bought for It will bring you health at u nominal cost Try it Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adorns nustonvlllo at 60o anti 81 Monty h back If It falls resolution Abraham Lincoln Dennys for the duo observance of- Februarylhas passelalothhthe Iiuse and Senate a program will bo arranged for tho occasion A span of Hardin counry mules sold tor 435 STANFORD GRADED SCHOOL Two of the grcateit educational agencies in this country arc tho school and the press When these work in har mony they become potent facors for thoIThrough tho kindness of Mr Walton beginning with this issue of tho INTEU Ion we will publish a composition from tho school every two weeks This is done for three reasons Wo think it will stimulate tho pupils to better work It will also give to tho patrons nnd tax payers an idea of the kind of work that is being done In addition to this it will furnish the gentle reader with some good reading AB a representative of the school interests of this district we desiro to express our gratitude to the I J for this most esteemed favor The following is a composition from the High School written on two days not fication J W IRELAND Supt CHARITY Faith hope nnd charity these three but tho greatest of these is charity Charity suifcrcth long und is kind charity cnvicth not charity vuunteth nut it self is not puffed up Charity Is tho golden chain that links earth with heav en It is tho foundation of all Chris tian graces and without it our religion Is like a body without a soulourfrcnd ships shadows of shadow our humanity a mere iccburg on tho ocean of time Without this virtue we are unfit to carry on any great lifework and mock tho design of our creator The quality of charity liko that of mercy lroi th like the gentle rain from heaven and falls gently on the drooping flowers In tho stillness of night Its re freshing nod reviving effects nro felt seen and admired It flows from n good heart and pure It looks beyond the pnlo of this life for approval and re wan Like mercy too it is twice blest No parade no need of praise no clarion noto is needed to sound the charities of the truly good no press to publish their acts The fact that wo have no great fortunes to found orphans homes and hospitals or tainted millions to endow is no excuse for sitting Idly by lund saying there is nothing I can do can help the unfortunate and needy In many ways that do not require fortunes A kind word a helping hand a sympathetic smile or perhaps n little selfdenial will brighten a life cov ered by shadows and add a bright gem In our own promised crown There is some degree of virtue in every thing on earth and It Is found by all who diligently seek It Charity is universal The brotherhood of man ia not circumscribed Culture has kindled tho em blems of this brotherhood Into aqucnch less lame and in its sweet warmth heaven plays about every heart radiat cvorypathwny and illuminating every home It U as free und brilliant as tho noonday sun and bubbles In tie heart liko a nover failing spring upon tho mountain side From the hill tops tho birds mingle their nuisic with the soft throbbing of tho human heart The melodies of angolic choristora and the harmonious strains of charity fill tho valleys and thrill tho arches of the universe On flowers and crystal streams In mornings daybreak In eve dogs twilight twinkling in tho sweet light of the stars and in tho gentle laughter of the moon finally on nil na thegunletho divinity of charity or love Charity is tho light and time majosty of lifo Take it away timid what be comes of tho world 7 It is n barren wil derness Its darts are silver when they turn to lire in tho noble heart they impart a portion of that heavenly flame which is their element Charity Is of such a relining elevating character that it expels all that is selfish mind degrading It bids us think great thoughts do great deeds and changes our common clay Into fine gold It II luminates our path dark and mysto rious though it be with torch lights lit from tho ono great light How poor und weak and inoxprejsivo are words when sought to strew as with stars tho path of the expression of charitys greatness and power Tho blueeyed turquoises or tho quid light of tho sapphire should alone bo tusked to express our thoughts of charitable love The love that makes memory happy and home beautiful is that which forms tho sunlight of our earliest consciousness beaming grate fully along the path of maturity nnd ra hating Its margin foreve- rInterestingMows It will Interest all readers of tho In crier Journal to hear that at last n gennlnQ corn for Constipation indi gestion Liver Complaint Headache and IJlllousncsa has been found In Dr Culdwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin It Isa pleasant tonic purifying syrup with u mild action and no bUll after effects Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvlllo at OCo and Money back If It fulls i 1 1 NEWS NOTES Hardin county has a case of smith poxJohn J Cram ono of the lending rifle shots of the country died In Maine ExCounty Judge W U T McFnr landaged 65 is dead at Campbell vine Two Chinamen were killed and n number were fatally wounded in a riot In New York City Marriott the automobilist made a milo in 32 15 seconds at Ormond Fla smashing all records Frank Hazcnbuhler ended his life by shooting himself in tho presence of his daughters at his homo in Louisville Incendiarism Is believed to borespon sible for a fire at Glasgow in which property worth 50000 was destroyed Marshal Field III the grandson of tho Into merchant prince of Chicago is said to bo tho richest boy In the world William McChesney aged 80 years of Lexington Ky fell on tho Ico and broke his leg while on n visit to his son William McChesney Jr in St LouisA was burned to death In fire which destroyed a cotton compress ntNorfolf Va The property loss Is 100000An of a boiler In a sawmill near Holcomb Wis resulted in tho killing of seven men and tho injury of three others Arrangements for the meeting of the International Vehicle Dealers Associa tion which will be held in Louisville in November arc being made John Flaherty who shot Mrs Henry Watson at a Christmas danco in Mont gomery county confessed and was given five years the limit in tho pen- Itentiary An unsuccessful attempt was mado to rob the vault of the bank at Monta gue Tex and as a result ono of the robbers is dead and another is believed to bo wounded One hundred Negro students have left Talladtgn College near Nashville because n Southern whlto man was re cently employed its superintendent of tho school farm Tho IJcllcwood mine at Sorgho near Owcnsboro caved in killing William Burnett proprietor of tho mine and Herbert Walden and Ed Pierce who were Inspecting tho mine AUarc prominentDy of Marshall Field the city of Chicago is mado beneficiary of 8000000 which is to be used for the endowment and maintenance of the Field Columbian Museum now situated In Jackson Park Tho steamer Valencia of the Pacific Coast Steamship Company with 91 passengers on board and a crew of CO was wrecked east of Capo Bcalc on tho Vancouver Island coast with a Treat loss of life K W McClintie of Washington D C received tho static from 44000 volts of electricity at tho General Electric Works yesterday but will recover Ho was unconscious for eight minutes und it was at first believed that he was load Fircat Jackson Miss destroyed tho Mississippi Compress thore with 9500 isles of cotton entailing n loss estimated at 760000 with Insurance of about twothirds Tho compress plant was worthltiO000 The heaviest losers arc the KnoopFrederich Com many of Liverpool England who had 1100 bales in the compress at tho time of the fire Stomach Cure For Cold H may scorn queer to you that most colds iHgln In your stomach but its tnio Many a weak stomach uhronlo Indigestion obstinate constipation etc woaken you all over and snake you tin easy proy to any disease that nay bo stalking around To uuro a mold take u good dose of Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin u hot math und u good nights test To prevent colds keep your digestion in good order with Dr CnhwoUtIux ative Syrup Pepsin Quick relief for constipation biliousness etc Try It Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Alums Unstonvlllo at Soc and ft Money buck if it fails The Committee on Executive Affairs of tho Legislature will report to that body tho name of Representative R W Miller of Madison county as a suitable person to represent tho lower branch of tho General Assembly at the National Congress on Divorce Laws too held In Washington In February The Senate will also select a represen tative to attend tho congress Fon SALE About 41 acres of land ono toile from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster pike A good dwelling well and all necessary outbuildings Place is right on pike This is a good home and a cheap place Tho owner of this property lives at Henderson Ky and has made up his mind to sell It can bo bought at a bargain Forprice etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky HIGHLAND An infant of Joe Gcrkcy died and was buried at Mt Month this week Dr C M Thompson reports the fol lowing births A boy at A Gourleys and a girl each at the homes of H J Horton and Joe Gerkey Died at tho homo of her son Thomas Leach Mrs Almira Leach aged about 90 years Her remains were buried In tho family burial ground There is a good deal of sickness in this community among tho indisposed being C B McGufTcy C B Atkins and wife and C M Young and wife Green Young has moved to J S Youngs house near the postofllcc Jor dan Floyd has moved to the house va cated by Mr Young and H F Horton to tho house vacated by Floyd Abner Young has moved to the W L McCar ty farm near Stanford George Walls has moved to Kingsville H F Horton is building a new house on his lot near J H Butts 0 G Speaks Is also building a new house on his place In doing so he is tearing down tho old house which is the oldest in this vicinity The house was used by the Methodists na a preaching plan for quite a while before there was ever any church built hero L G King of Lawrenceburg is hero to see his father J A King who has been ill for some days It W God bey of Poplar Hill was at C M Youngs a few days since Mrs Maggie McKenzie and and Mrs Mary Skid more have been quite ill for some days Mr and Mrs Silas Carrier visited their parents near Jumbo Sun day Married at the residence of Rev J M Coook while sitting in their buggy Willie M Long and Miss Mary Ethel Young After the ceremony the bride and groom with a number of their friends repaired to the home of Mr Eph Young father of the bride where n bountiful table awaited all those who were hungry for the many good things that had been prepared Mr Long tis ono of our most prosperous young farmers and here Is our wish for their success MATRIMONIAL William Staton aged 63 and Mrs Sarah Black aged were married In Bath county Simpson Lawman and Miss Cynthia Shearer were joined heart and hand yesterdayThe of Miss Ruth Parrish and Rev Humphrey B Folk was solemnized at Midway Wm M Long nnd Miss Mary E Young both of the Highland section were made one a few days ago Henry Casey a welltodo farmer of Call ojn committed suicide because his sweetheart had postponed their mar riage Lee Caldwell formerly of Danville but for many years a coal operator at Pittsburg was married in Louisville to Miss Florence Fernie also of Laurel Mr and Mrs Thomas Morgan who recently eloped to JofTersonville nnd wore married havo been expelled from a church society in a Louisville suburb because of their marriage Dr Hawkins Bishop of Bumslde and Miss Lura Lipps of Hustonvillo wero married this afternoon In tho parlors of tho Phoenix Hotel Rov B J Pinkerton officiating Dr Bishop Is n young physician who has recently begun Ipractlco and tho bride is the daughter of D M Llppa a wealthy mlllor of JIustonville Tho couple have been lovers since they attended school together at Hustonvillo where Rev Pinkorton was their teacher Tho marriage took place in Lexington chiefly because they wished Mr Pink erton to marry them nnd ho could not consistently leave his duties hero Thursdays Courier Journal Coming Events You can toll j on are In for u tlan gerous sickness as soon ns you begin to suiter from headache constipation biliousness etc unless you quickly take Dr Culdwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin Tills most successful euro for nil disorders of your digestive organs novor falls to give relief from all the Irritant poisons kept In by clogged bowels liver and kidneys Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvllle at flOe anti 81 Money back If it fails Mr Roosevelt is said to be growing impatient at tho delay of tho Senate in confirming his appointment of Ben Daniels to bo United States Marshal of Arizona Mr Daniels it is true has served a term In the penitentiary for mule stealing and has killed two men but as his record as n Rough Riders was excellent Mr Roosevelt naturally feels that tho Senate is not justified in quibbling over trifles Louisville Times Attorney General BIfays it is sold will shortly announce his can cy for the democratic nominatlo rjt governor of Kentucky t Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac cordeons Concerlinas Harps Har x monophones Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Mr J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY l The Jeweler Danville Kentucky 7SOAP VVEEKAT W H HIGGINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY 12 Cakes Ark for 2f3cts 8 Brown for 2icts N Lenox for 25cts 7 Brag for 25ele- li Grand Pa for 25cts 0 Ivory trl5cts-l Ark for 6tca 10 Town Talk for acts 2 Town Tnlk for ficts 100L1 Prepare For 1906 COAL AND WOOD White Oak Cannel East Tennessee Jcllico B G Tellico Mountain Ash Jellico Barren Fork FEED Wheat Straw Millet Hay Millet Straw Timothy Hay Mixed Hay Corn Oats Bran Shinstuff BigJ Mixed Barley BEST COW FELL ON THE MAnKI TBig4 Mixed FeeslGround- Corn Oats Bran anti Barley for 7fic per rack till Xmas Wo have a Crusher mid GUI grind nnythiug in tho fired line Give us your order GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE ItY n Iase flflYM eeseleoaeessea EILLeee c II CooK1 Stove BargainII 1 SECONDHAND STEEL tt OltDER G cup largo oven high elicit closet Will lust as loug ns n new one a IIIIming AA three times tho price n 51200 111111I 5 SEE 11I1E S H MLDRIDGE rAxla t TINNER PLVMBEK PlMP AND FURNACE PIG DEPOT STREET IPHONE STANFORDIIOC m rsL etse e esef e sa esre seeee ar atrases tits BUY YOUH Collars Hames Collar Pads Backbands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets Grub Tools c from George De Hopper Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries Tinware Queensware Tiling Etc tttST GOODS LOWEST PRICES Yi hr r l t The Interior Journal E C WALTON TilE Senate passed the bill appr printing 12500 for restoring the Clay monument a sum amply sufficient it is stated to put in place either a bronze oir a granite statue The Hous ought to follow suit as soon as possible and Governor Beckham will doubt less sign the bill at once It ought to have an emergency clause to it so that the work could begin at once and relieve the cemetery of an eyesore and the people of cause for shame that the matter has so long been neglecte JOHN D ROCKEFELLER has given the University of Chicago 1450000 more making many millions he has donated to that great institution of learning or this sum 1000000 is for the perma nent endowment 350000 to cover the current expenditures or deficit of the departments of the university up to July 1 1907 and the remaining 100 000 of tho gift is to provide a fund the interest of which is to go to the widow of President Harper during her life timeTHE growth of the automobile Indus try is strikingly shown by the fact that in 11 months of last year 2500 000 worth of machines were exported Of these England took 631787 worth France 262058 worth and the rest of Europe took just over half a million dollars worth The fad seems deslinec to last longer than the bicycle THE midwinter meeting of the Ken tucky Press Association proved a i most pleasant and profitable one Some 50 or more newspaper men were present and a good deal of important business was transacted The people of the capital city entertained them royally IT Is not necessarily true that Editor Pickles of the Richmond Register is sour His lady friends say he is sweet Pickles Frankfort Journal His friends havent seen him since Dick I Millers defeat for speaker or they would be singing another tune THE unwritten law doean t go at Gainesville Ga A husband who laid in wait and lolled the destroyer of his home has been found guilty of mur der He would have been acquitted and given a chromo in Kentucky A FRANKFORT paper says that each member of the press gang was given a bottle of whisky by W A Gaines S Co Its a good thing the meeting last ed t nly a day or there might have been some fatalities A LAWMAKER has introduced a bill to require executions in this State to be with electricity but most of us will agree that hanging is good enough for the average criminal that gets a death sentence APPROXIMATELY 40000000 has been asked for in public building bills at this session of Congress Nearly every Representative in the House has asked for a building and some for three or four POLITICAL Clarence Greer has been appointed postmaster at Viva Laurel countyI A sensation was furnished the Frank fort lobbyists when Representative Miller of Madison county introduced a bill fixing limits beyond which they shall not go The Missouri Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the usury law which makes it a misdemeanor to charge Ipterest at a rate greater than two per cent a month Mr Spoonor delivered a speech ofI three hours duration in the Senate defending the course of President Roosevelt in the San Domingo matter and the Algeciras conference 6Kentucky Internal Revenue Collec tors are to oppose the proposition that all Deputy Collectors be put un der the civil service as such action would tend to break the State machine composed of officeholders i Gov Beckhams recommendation to r the Legislature to provide for a Special term of the Circuit Court while the regular session is being held elsewhere i was indorsed by Bellcounty lawyers bar meeting held at Pineville Expressing himself in favor of a uni- forma divorce law Gov Beckham asked the House and Senate to name a delegate to the Divorce Law Congress to be held in Washington As one dele gate the Executive named the lion John D Carroll of Henry county Included in the routine business of the Senate Wednesday was an exchange ofI committee places by Messrs Blackburn and Mallory the former going fromthe Committee on Naval Affairs to the Committee on the District of Columbia and the latter from the District Committee to the Naval Committee- As a result of the production at Frankfort of the The Clansman 1UepresentaUve William F Klair of Lexington introduced in the General Ir Assembly a bill prohibiting the product uponIbetween master and slave or that ax- cites race prejudices t e x ih Aat IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Nicholasville is to have a skatin rinkRichmond is to have a business col legeElisha Howard a miner was assault ed and robbed at Middlcsboro Ed Williams who killed Sam Land at Danville was given five years- J W Burgess police judge of Burn side and a good citizen is dead Tom Quinlan formerly of Laurel is dctadof typhoid fever at Dorchester VaJohn Rcnfro was indicted by tho Bel county grand jury for killing Maymi Russell D N Prewitt bought the D P Row land home in Danvillo for 5200 and will occupy it John Frey was given a life sentence by the Boyle circuit court for assault ing Frank Timmony Eli Smith a prominent citizen ol Paducah and a brother of George Smith of Moreland is dead W S Hume formerly of Richmond is believed to be one of the victims of the Valencia shipwreck of Cape Bcale Chester Anderson aged 35 died at his home near Bryantaville alter lingering illness of consumption A wife survives him Jack McCord of Springfield representing Central University won the intercollegiate declamatory contest among Kentucky Universities Charles Tenseley is alleged to have shot and killed Tandy Clement at Ford when the latter walked into a room and was told that ho was not welcome Unknown persons threw a dynamite bomb against the house of John Cook in Somerset Several members of Cooks family were in the house but none of them was injured The porch was almost destroyed and the glass in the windows shattered The Hart Bros Will and Lee of Lexington are the men to interest in the management of the forthcoming new hotel The location is easily determined The money is ready and the time is ripe to push the enterprise by the business people of the city who recognize the advantages to be derived fron ample and attractive hotel ac comodations in a growing little city Somerset Journa- lIt is with deep sorrow that the Herald this morning chronicles the death of Major Edward Rosser one of ourI citys foremost citizens At 3 oclock yesterday afternoon he passed into the hereafter as gently as a child falling asleep He was one of the most prom inent and widely known men in the county and his death will cause universal sorrow Maj Rosser is survived by a wife and two children Harrodsburg Herald CHURCH MATTERS The Soul Winners Society of which Dr E 0 Guerrant formerly of Louis ville is president employed 21 workers at a cost of 1980 last year in the Tennessee mountains The interesting revival at the Ver non avenue church is making good progress having several conversions and the meeting will continue throughout tho week afternoon and evening Df each day There were 15 converts immersed at the First Baptist church Sunday night resulting from the revival at the Southend church The congregation of the First Baptist hurch have plans for an enlargement of their building which if carried out will nake this the largest and most attractI- ve church building in the city covering the entire frontage of tho lotSomer JournalAt Fourth Street church on Fanuary C was held a service similar to that witnessed in many other churches bout to enter upon the new years vork but which was in some measure in innovation in this congregation After a sermon retrospective and irospective in its view a summarized eport of the past years work was read which showed the aggregate of aceipts from all departments of the church to have been in 1905 over OO Contributed to missions 450 Xclusivo of more than 150 given by ndividuals to some mission churches and 75 given to benevolences additions 61 loss by death one sermons preached 86 other addresses four funerals six weddings 2C calls 335 While strictly speaking not a part ot this report yet bepauso wo rejoice In her magnanimity we mention Sister Kennedys gift in 1905 of 500 to Kentucky University which Is tho first of four equal payments which she has pledged to that institution After the eport there was a roll call of the nembership Altogether the service iroduced a deeper interest inspired us vith hope for the future and fostered courage and determination to accomplish in the present year more acceptable things for him who has blessed us abundantly in tho past J W Uagin Christian Century Beats The Music Cure liTo keep the body In tune II writes hrs Mary Brown 20 Lafayette Place oughkeepsle N Y I tako Dr- rings New Life Pills They are tho most reliable and pleasant laxative I have found Best for tho Stomach Aver and Bowels Guaranteed by ennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Broil Crab Orchard at 25c Here and There Jns H Dunnhas bought the store of W S Fish at Paint Lick Midnight flames Versailles destroy ed several business houses William OBannon was run down and killed by an L S N train in South Lou House committee at Washington decided to report favorably on a pen sion bill for 1007 appropriating 140 245500 Fighting Joe Wheeler retired sol dier statesman and author is dying at tho home of his sister in New York CityW O Wyatt traveling salesman for n hardware company ut Lexington at tempted suicide in a Somerset barber shop by cutting his throat with a razor Chamberlains Remedy Absolutely Harmless The fault of glvingchlldren medicine containing injurious substances Is sometimes more disastrous than the diseases from which they are suffering Every mother should know that Cham berlains Cough Remedy is perfectly safe for children to take It contains nothing harmful and for coughs colds and croup Is unsurpassed For sale by all druggists un PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Clttan ud 1LfIn su- Neer lYomotef I tanrint pnrvth Tall to Itrttore Oray forcuenpahn4lttou IIN At New Hustonville Firm laving bought of MrCormnck A IVnrock their Urororl lfllrtl oollclt share of the pntronngu of the Reet dtwo lIlt 11n also buvn In connection n Daily Meet Market and Iunch Counter Vo will buy Rood butcher stulT nt highest market prlcfi and Imvlnu uplomlld heat cutler wo run furnish you with the Infit Wo Rbu buy ml kind of country produce IIIHHOIA UlMh UuJtonvllleKy PUBLIC SALE Two Houses and Lots and 33 Acres of Land in Stanford Ky Wo will on MONDAY KKII It loon Iw tweed the lours of 10 A x null 2 r x In front of tho courthonwi door in hlnnfonl hlltheAthhlaerwhich li now occuplnl by I M liruce It front the public iunru The hnu it rent cottage with six room Alw the house rind lot now occupied J K Waters on tho North alilK of Knit Main Htrvot adjoining the lot of Him Ilalnes dad about si lensof bind on tho North ulilo of Knit Mnln lhnlyIlutTntan11nail lot by J H Water alai the acres of land will tlrnt 1m floored wimrntily and then us n whole nnd th bid or bids ctlThobyltnlfTKllMH cash rftinnlnder In two llIlIllnlltllllllllnllIIIIIItlI in 0 nod It moil on iiiU with good nvcurlty inrl- ughllrn t front dute of wile jmyablp to rM McUotxrt ns agent and ircuivfl by lien on the prolwrty compllnueeby Febislly1nttrrrnAttytnfactHUtl I M llltUOK All the time you stand thinlling it over IIthem That still small voice Is not cork science Its feethurt feet Ycur feet would look smaller i shoes wouldnt twist out of shape and bulge at the sides heels wouldn t callous nbr stockings get holes from the heel slipping up and down for VRFIT draws the snugly all around the ankle and adds style comfort and durabilityDont URFIT too good for your feetthey are the best feet youll ever have and Manss Urflt Shoes are the best shoes that were ever built I JOB ears BY H McROBERTS I r I 1 GOODS brTODRY J Warm dry comfortable wearing apparel is what we need such weather as this An OVERCOAT warm long full back and stylish in both Boys and MensS I UNDERWEARIn Cotton Fleeced at 25 and 50 Cents per garment garmentRoyal PELT AND GUM BOOTSFeltBoots at 250 and 300 Gum Boots at3and 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 RAVEN McINTOSHFor 500 is WaterProof All kinds of Gloves ofthese l H J MROBERTS STANFORD I I I PARKERS BALSA- MatHDuatcDtt1uIlotbMM I lnu nl pmttt i Tail to KMt r Or y Itlr to IU Youtuni Color MtiiiuflnyW A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrts Drug Storo is tho Oweley Building For Sale Privately house acres land tttaatc lust outside of town limit on tho Somerset pike house hu 7 rooms kitchen and our rant room good cellar table and all outbuildings Water hydrant In the stockJJ P IUILKY Jesse W Sweeney PROrIETolt Livery Food and Solo Stably Lancaster Ky Hornet wellfed and cued for Up Ui lain rig at reasonable ra- tesINSURANCE FIre Lightning Wllldf4lorllllUtA llId Accident Non nail Olll itoprernteti oWtltIo ilblo iUitcOunrnnlwd Ioss luyingitrG ordUiHciuulIitl Tnlk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Iliddence Phone No aZ SEW LIVERY STABLE STJEKE x CLABKSOH Inn JUNCTION CXTY KVr- rtUUM Turnout at Reasonable Rates Upeclftl Attention to Traveling Moo Oraln and Hay For Bain A Special Bargain Dos hundnyl and slaturn farm hunt of UWM twoitorj KrooiiiilwiliniifuHpliidldMoiklximioni ufJho Ixiit bras nc Miryoutlmlldlni Hplondld orchard nelur 111 11111111 Thewlintfonillitys wall ii lilt them is tin waste bind on It Kim mill from Diinvlllt and in n tnlouilld cuiiiniuiilty riiln In n iHirKUliliinu tlw plitof mast sold within tin xtu days locust frosts rail Is nltenlit of arid ioujKMloniilyiMiiitom For nnrtlculnr u 1111 H HuishisiHtnnfonl Ky INSURANCEYour are sure to die Sco and talk with II IP Ncwlnnd who will show you the policy best adapted to your age uud cjrciinwtnnces Claims paid promptly Dividends paidluuulallyor defer red It M NnwLAxn Agent Jlutunl Life Insurance Co of K Y Organized 1813 Dar1 1 Trag 1 Oft DKALCH itiKWherein Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc Hour Ooose toOpot Nrer STANFORD KY nothing butlhe hiproIDptln4roUteaUlallon lllrp ortr rcly ironptitUBtloa THE DOCTOR FIRST THEN TO US WITH THE PRESCRIPTION The More Serious the Illness the Greater the Need WE DO NOT PRESCRIBE Tlmta llio physician biuinew VJ2 DO however compound Iris prescriptions exactly na lie wants then with STANDARD DKUGS of KNOWN 1UHITV and the price is always right 72000 TIMES Weve been trwted with prescription Why not bring uayoure PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky st Trya Diamond Edge Ax plutsurcbutit may be made less by the use of en ax ia made right Try a Diamond Edgc3yOith every cent it costs wncasraryyuayia rraaa erYy6Rtl WltnRtZ169 4 GEORGE FARRf3StStanford Kentucky TO CLOSE OUT JACKETS that were 8900 now to gfiOO ir0 mid 8750 now lr0II II 550 tle1o ofiO 100 now 200 MISSES LONG CLOAKS that were 8700 now t 360 4 II tI Ie iI iI 175 81 and 8150 now IOO II a II Ir 200 now 150 Having made up our mind these goods must bo closed at Clncoro aako prices to move them regardless of what they costIW E Perkins j i AKentucky t 4 j 7LINENSEvery thing points to a White Linen J Season We have all the qual ities and prices in Linens SO inch Linen Suiting nt 25o lll3 inch Linen SlIitingnl3 ami f0c 311 inch Linen Suiting at 85 and 7flc- DO inch Linen Sheeting nt 100 and S1liO JUJ in all Linen Lnwn at u 2i 35 50 and Hie IL STANKOHD KY JAX JO 190111 DRUGS and Unlit Sundries at Penny Drug Store PERSONALS DR C A Cox 1 of Corbin Is hero on business J H BooNE was in Somerset on business WINKRKU PORTMAN is up from Louis for a few dnyi Mn K L TANNBR of McKinney has been quito sick MR J H BROWN of Casey Is here this week on business JARRKTT BERRY of Highland is very low with consumption JUDGKW L BROWN of London was In town yesterday Miss Tortes DutB of Hustonville Is with Miss Lena BarnctU Mn AUKL BRYANT haa gone to Qkla home on a prospecting trip l Miss MARY MclloiiBura has returns from Sayrc Institute Ixjxmgton I MRS J W IRELAND went to Lcbo non Wednesday to visit relatives ELMER GILMLANO has gone to Bow ling Green to take n normal course MR J Eo Tunon of Madlsoncounty was with his brother Mr D B Tudor DR W L CIIILDRKS3 and Harry Ma gee of Livingston were here yester day OUJE FlKU 8 has taken a ixxslltor with McWhortcr Estrldge nt Paint LickBAKER WALLS left Tuesday for Lake y land Asylum to take a position na t guard J Miss KATHARINE HARRIS of Turners vile is visiting her grandparents nt LancasterMR MRS JAMES F HOIUAJJ Orchard yesterday to went up to Crab visit n fcwday Mn W J DOMER now located nt Wortrace Tenn joined his wife and son hero Tuesday MR S W GivBSS of Mlddlcsboro WM down yesterday to his mother who U somewhat hotter- 7ESTEfDAYs Frankfort Journal con 1tained n splendid picture and writeuj of Senator It L Hubble a C WILLIAMS of ML Vcrnon fMR through to Owcnsboro yeatcrdaj depositions in a law suit MR E P OWSIEY arrived yestordoj from Columbus Go to attend tho bed side of his father Dr J B Owsloy MRS E C WALTON and son Clnl borne Cook Walton left Juntas morning to visit relatives at TANNER of McKin yesterdapto visit her slater Irs W K Shugar MANUBY HUBY nnd Alfred Icnct went to the city this morning to buy t goods for their respective establish mends wife and Mn B J BBTIIURUM 1 Ibis lleca Bilker of Mt Vernon were morning train bound for on Thursdays Louisville toad little son MRS R S HKJIHWN tnr days of Klrkvllla arc spontlinlt W Fowlo andN with her parents wife at Rowland Mn BUCHANAN of Crab Or chard went toLouisviloycaterlaywith- a vlow to taking n position with Courter Journal Co MRS A G HUFFMAN will go to Lou vlllu Saturday to spend several days with her husband who is at work In a printing office there MRS E D KBNNBOV of Stanford of West LinGivensand Miss Black their sister Mrs Jcoin are visiting Boyle Reid Advocate of Spring MR W P LAWRBNCK old friends and relativesHeld is visiting in this county Wo urn glad to know k that ho Is prospering in his adopted homeMIss CATIfBRINB VANARSDAIU has from tho Courier withdrawn her name Journal contest and is urging here friends to vote tor Miss Eva Bailey Hnrrodsburg Herald DUNAVBNT of MBSOAMB8 WlLUAM Pittsburg and P H Williams of East their parents Ilernstndt are visiting Mr and Mrs J D Dnstin lit Ewell callers at tills ollico Wed They were nesday Mn MORRIS J FARRIS of Danville traveling representative of tho great Co medicine firm of Des Moines la was hero Tuesday to contract with this paper for more ad Ho also sold our druggist vertising space good bills of his splendid medi l tines a PROFITABLE PERSISTENCY Tho thing that impressed me taut in your sermon said the not over intelligent parishioner to his inquisitive pastor was the way you went over the uno thing lignin and again Such pcrecrveraueo I never did see in any man before or since Possibly our efforts might ho opened to similar criticisms Our whole endeavor is to impress you with tho superior advantages of trading at this store Our purchasing power in a strong louver which enable us to buy in largo lots andof course at lower prices than other stores Wo now have a store nt Corbin Jnll of courso buy in larger quantities than ever before Wo have remodeled our Stanford toro and can make you more comfortable and wait on you more satisfactory Trade with us this year SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY MRS J R UKAXLEV is thought to be improvingMiss WOODS is visiting relatives in tho Paint Lick section Maws JHNNIB AND MARY HUGIIHS of Erlan er are guests of their many friends here Including Misses Mnry Bruce and Nettie Wray LOCALS F4It DrVHAM is now running tho Rowland coal yards with N W Fowli as manager A GOOD job printer who can feed a cylinder press can get n position by immediate application at this office GKT your plows and plow harness from E T Pence I have the Oibb Imperial and Vulcan plow None better e FOR SALE on RENTDr J K Vnn Arsdaloa residence Possession Riven at once Apply to L R Hughes Stan ford Ky IP you want a plow try a ChatUm ga If you like it buy it if not relurn it and get your money back George H Farris RESTAURANT rberi and resI- dence in Junction City all well located for sale Write J Newton Craig Junction City Ky e WANTEoSecundhnnd 35 to 40 horse power also five to six horsepower State condition And price E J Tanner McKinney KyeWANTED Bright honest young man from Stanford to prepare for payin position in Government Man Service Box One Cedar Rapids IIIeIK you want to rid yourself of thnt tired feeling try Whites Concentrated Crab Orchard Water for vole by W B McRoberta It will do tho work el SALESMEN wonted look after our interests In Lincoln and adjacent counties Salary or commission Addrw Clover Oil and Paint Co Cleveland 0 You are requested to call and setUo your account with me I have taken In a partner in the person of my broth er Grimes Beazlcy and must get my looks straightened up J R Bcazley FOR warts moles and nil paras tcal akin diseases sunshine Is o the most efficient of all medical treatments Curative powers are in the rays of the sun anti they rcjuvinatc says Dr Fla vius Josephus Campbell of tho Somerset Journal Tin members of the Baptist chute of Crab Orchard wero greatly please to receive a letter from their attorneys in Washington City telling of tho grant ing of the government claim to the harsh amounting to 1050 The churc was used for n hospital during the war FRANK charged with tissue limiting Jack Bolen at Mlddlasboro was granted change of venue to Knox county A Pinovillc dispatch says ho will be brought to this place to remain until his trial Tho Pinpvillo jail is crowded with prisoners there being 11 mon in it charged with murder ADVERTISING PAYS The boot lost a month or so ago by Mr U Mnck Phelps was found by Andrew Tucker who brought it to this office the other day In justice to Mr Phelps we will State that he did not lose the lout oil his foot but had just bought a pair and waa taking them homo when one fell ont of his buggy TUB examining trial of the Nortons and others charged with tho killing of Dig Jim and llarland Arnold and wound- Ing Mrs Arnold was concluded In Rock lastlo Tuooday after lusting four days orate Joo and Leo Norton and Lovi Hoberts were allowed bail in tho oC 1000 each Mitchell Norton 20001 and Albert Hamlin 1000 Thoy gave bond J M Norton rind Louis Cooper were acquitted uTilE Return Dance given by the young ladles of Stanford to the young icntlcmon at Waltons Opera House last evening was a delightful and bril iant occasion and the boys are under lasting obligations for an evening of genuine pleasure Findlays orchestra furnished entrancing music the floor was in the pink of condition and the weather was all that could be asked U 1130 an elegant lunch was served and nothing was left undone that would idd to tho enjoyment of an occasion that will not soon be forgotten by those fortunate enough to bo present ro JUST received a lot of Northern oats E T Pence KKESII fish IIndY Saturday George Farris AN infant daughter JoeJerkey of the Highland section died the first of the week D H TUDOR qualified Wednesday as administrator of the estate of his mother Mrs Phoebe Tudor Fon SAKE Two fresh milk cows give four gallons of milk each daily Lock box 178 Stanford Ky Fon RENT The storeroom on Lancaster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office JUDGE W M MYERS of Hustonville bought In Jackson and Clay counties 2 000 or 3000 trees which he will cut- nnd ship to the market IK you want a suit madetomeasure jet us have your order We will save you several dollars See our od this issue Cummins McClary TUB Ladies Missionary Society of the Baptist church will meet on Friday af ternoon at 230 oclock with Mrs E J Brown Mrs J F Cummins svcy CIIARLKS AND EvLuTr9 didn1 stay in the butcher business in Danvill as long as Pat stayed in tho army A man named Maguire came along nnd offered them a nice profit and they sold to him WILL LEE colored who was arrested some time since on the charge or shooting out an electric light In Macks vlllc was granted bail in the sumoC 50 at his trial before Judge Trtbbli yesterday Dan Traylor and E II Farmer are his bondsmen A NUMBER of buys ranging from 10 to 17 years of ago will be tried Iwforo Police Judge Tribble tomorrow morning on the charge of train jumping This misdemeanor has gotten to be a grea pastime with the urchins and should be stopped before some one is ground to death beneath car NEARLY every evening about darkn freight train passes through Stanfo loaded with coal As the grade frem Rowland into Stanford is steep the progress of a heavily loaded freight Is necessarily slow and a number of Ne groea can be seen jumping on the cars throwing off large lumps of coal and again scampering back to tho ground before the train can recover its speed Almqst before tho engine smoke hns Neared away tho nihle culprits shove the coal into sacks and are out of sigh before recognition is possible This ex tensive thieving taking place as it does nt such an early hour there is no telling how much shippers will lose from trains passing Inter on at night As long as the opportunity to steal is presented the average Negro will refuse workI A portion has but to pass Negro settlements and see the number of idlers with no visible means of sup port to bo convinced of the truth of this statement The cry for field asI well as household servants is of almost dally occurrence but it is of small avail And yet there is a law for the punish ment of both vagrant and thief How long Oh Lord how long arc these con loons to bo endured RBLICS Clifton Fowler has a valuable and interesting collection of elics which ho takes pride in showing to his friends Among them is a Mexican coin made in 1892 a British coin nadu in 1767 a Chinese coin brought rom China by Dr T T Eaton and a bead Col Armp Swope brought back from Bchtlomom of Judea Ho gave tho jcad to Charlie Fowler the doctors son who left It to hit father at his loath In his collection of papers is a land grant signed by James Madison irefldent of the United States It was for property In tho West End of Lin coin and the document is dated March 20 1809 A treasury warrant signed bV Patrick Henry In 1779 is another old and valued paper Another land grant igned by John Adair governor of Ken ucky and dated March 1825 is in the ollection A bill made out by a Rich maud merchant against John Irvine in which thu articles are charged in oilnds shillings and pence is another curiosity among the papers Dr Fowler is thinking about donating his curios to Central University at Danville which gift would no doubt bo highly prized by the gentlemen in charge of that great institution of learning 1rf r BRING your prescriptions to Dr W N Craig for low prices and best ser viceeFOR RENT Richard Hampton property on Logan Avenue For particu tars see Mrs Hampton or call phone 83 0 JERRY SMOTHERS tho colored thresher man had one of his hands cut off at the wrist In a clover huller yesterday after noonTim local chapter cf the U D C will meet next Tuesday afternoon at 230 with Mrs T J Foster A full attendance is requested OPEN New Orleans molasses 50c Arbuckles coffee 15c tomatoes lOc corn lOc Market price for produce P G Warner Son Punuc SALEMwill sell at my faun near Sugar Grove Schoolhouse on Thursday Feb 1 my household and kitchen furniture farming implements corn hay oats fodder two good mares If not rented privately will rent my farm of 50 acres R G Collier Crab OrchardSironic Constipation Cured One who suffers from chronic consti pation Is In danger of many serious ailments Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation as It Rids digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels restoring tho natural action of these organs Commence tak ing it today and you will feel bctterat once Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate ur gripe and is very pleasant to tale Refuse substitutes Penn ts Drug Store FOR SALE Kiinuol ssnrrii Ruo I Mut gnus mid to UHTO land IHIM acres of liinp on It tlill IIIIIIfrolllnf room klliln n hack ixirch niul cUtcrii near kllclnii Ilnninw ImrnmKfcot Kor tvrmnipjily 1HJrelfdlrULnttatotnluu OITICK OK GAHIAM SixourroN Supt Schools of Lincoln Co January 15 1SJOO Whites Concentrated Water Co Crab Orchard Ivy Gentlemen 1 have been n fuller er from nettle indigestion and constipation for years After having tried various remedies and receiving no relief I decided to try your Oath Orchard Concentrated Water After using scone for two months Iem truthfully pay that I feel better than I have for years I want to say that inIcnn dicases I clicerfully recommend this writer to all iillorers Respectfullyt1A1ntxn For sale by all druggists loridaNew Cuba reached in comfort via wJiI CRtSCNT ROUTE AND SQUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special la Service January Sib 1906 SiIiJ Pullman Train a IUNAPI PJ3P M LIXXNarOlI 11401 jJ 1240 tM 1d dObwrtlonc5tatrJack- rc d AU4utinc via Ciauuuooya acd Atlanta Florida Limited Solid Train 4rO CINCINNATI 810 A M LiaciNiiON laoa A M DANVILLB hi liar CcMchM Pullman Ircre Ofrvr vaponaad Dining care tot Jiirk nnvlltc Kt Aiinistlnc tlliriTport and Xn irlrani lacfcsttanoof a Atl nt an lDlrmllll ham Queen Crescent Special train ChirlnnntL I Mnirton dnvlllo tu New Orleans vu Clmltanioini nod lilrmlnsliam Ala throucli Iuiimtn andSavannah arroulCdChaswZeIIDPA Cincinnati It cllar c P AT ullarto ly llUUOKICINCINNATI e HANDMADE LINEN J j People who know Good Laces know j the value of HandMade Torschon Laces We arc showing wide range of pattern in the real lino thread laces aul heavy medieient SPECIAL DRIVE Ono lot Pure Linen Tor whoa Laces triad Insertions 5 to 35c 1 5cyd 1 j SON D1 LACES SUITS to MEASURE CUSTOM TAILORING See Our Spring Samples Save Several Dollars by placing an order for your Spring Suit with us IT COSTS US NOTII ING TO CARRY SAMPLES with our other lines for that reason our PRICES ARK LOWER We guarantee to fur nish best qualitystyle and workmanship and to fit every customer perfectly For Nice Fitting Suits With Snap and Style See CUMMINS McCLARY L M H U E c 0 INENS ALLL GRADES THE BEST FABRIC FOR SPRING OHAIRS BLACK WHITE AND COLORS OSIERY ALL GRADES FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN NDERWEAR ALL SIZES AND PRICES MBROIDERIES SWISS AND CAMBRIC for Spring Sewing YOKING LACE AND HAMBURG OTTON BLEECHED AND- BROWNIWALL GRADES OILCLOTH WHITE AND COL ORS 20c PER YARD L Ail HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Five and TenCent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY fThe Interior Journal Enteredin the PottOffice at Stanford a3 NtndclaH matter FOOMBIIBD TOESUAVS ANI PUIDWH AT 100 PER YEAR CASH HJ When not no paid f200 will be charged E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J H IOONE I CO Proprietor LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reaonable Rates Call on QI on Depot Street Also Dealer in rOoal BD CARTER Successor to Bruce tit Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is elicited Horse ou commission Stock PIne In Connection j PEFFERS iNERVIGOR RESTORATIVES CURES NERVOUS DEBlUTt The world admires men who are strong In Phill I andityforphyvkalandmmtaiaotelopmemtt11d Nreaflueeta Prottrtlan Slipltuni and olbtr troublrauto orrrworlc 0nmltlnir lnig iiablt Bpd other cuKa Vkr rich healthy blood Kaaallr iroou tot ndrepattreemenea pntwtdwithgnatanteeaPEER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u L A rOB BALK AT PENNYS DBCG BTOQX JLBeazleyCo Undertai ers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchungo Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e tceaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery bc STANFORD KENTUCKY a5fCONSUMPTIONS WARNING p Inside fads soon become evident in ouUldc ymptouuDa G G GKFE- VQTlie aid of scientific inventions is not needed to determine whether your lungs are affected The first symptoms can be readily noted by nnoueof average in- tellib2nce 4Tlicrc is no disease known that gives so many plain warnings of its approach as consumptioDtand no serious can so reached and checked if the medicine used is Dr Boschcei German Syrup which is made to cure consumption 4It is in the early stages that German Syrup should be taken when warnings qUitthethe gradual weakening of the lungs ac companied by frequent expectoration But no matter how deep seated your tough even if dread consumption laps already attacked your lungs German surely effect a cureas it has apparentlyhopeless fNew trial bottles 250 Regular r 750 At all druggists trot Sale at Pennyi Drug Store i h FARMERS DEPARTMENT From Elizabethtown 1000 gallons of milk are daily shipped Small lot of hemp seed for sale Henry Logan Stanford S M Owens bought of T M Wall a pair of mules for 325 A E Hundly of Boyle will have a sale of his horses Feb 8 J B Foster bought of 0 F Mcredit 31 700pound cattle at 380 Mrs W E Stillwell of Paris sold4 Bronze turkeys for 15502 YOUNG Jersey a wonderful mill cow for sale Box Id Stanford Lot of good cultivated hemp seed for sale R M West Hyattsville KyI J E Holman sold to Mr Rogers of Richmond a harness gelding for 135 A carload of mules purchased in Ell zabethtown brought an average price of 190 W M Dodd of Hustonville bought of T A Rincnrson of Casey a horse for 150 R B Wilkinson bought of GV Hale six hogs at 41c and of Mark Hanlin a beef at 3c Fort SALE250 shocks fodder Good place to feed it Givens Carter Moreland Ky W C Cundiff sold R T King four mules harness and log wagon for 821 Liberty News W J Loughbridges warehouse at Lexington was damaged by fire to the extent of 20000 Leaflet 226 and a number of other good horses were burned in a training stable near Mason City la Smith d Nell bought 50 cattle in Cumberland county at 26 to 31c andI four mules at 135 Adair News Robert Forsythe has sold his 312acre farm on the Bohon pike to A F Leo nard at 59 HarrodsburR Herald The American Tobacco Co bought of the people of Owen county 2000000 pounds of white Burley tobacco of the crop of 1905 A L Lawless of Georgetown BoldI last week to E L Parker for 2500 the saddle stallion Star McDonald by Rex McDonald- In Woodford D E Watts and J T Parker sold to the American Tobacco Co 32000 pounds of tobacco raised on 22 acres at 78 cents W S Armstrong of Boyle county has a dog which weighs 210 pounds and a hog which weighs 615 pounds and freak managers are after them The Wayne county fair association elected G T Ramsey president Isaac Walker secretary and announced Sep tember 4 5 and 7 as the dates for many as 25420 horses have been diverted from the tramways of the United Kingdom in the six years since 1898 The number employed in the year ended March 31 was only 13357 ESTRAYED A yearling steer weight about 550 or Ibs hole cut through left ear Steer was bought from a drover near Stanford Will pay for knowledge of its whereabouts Hugh Thompson Chilton Ky FOR SALEA nice large store room and dwelling above consisting of sev eral nicely furnished rooms A good barn and lot and all necessary outbuild ings The property is in good repair situated on Main street in Stanford Ky right in the business portion of town The property will be sold at a bargain and is a splendid opportunity for some one desiring to go in business for the store and dwelling combined will be a great saving in rent etc Pos session given immediately For particulars etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Storjiaoh Troubles and Consti patlon- Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are the best thing for stomach troubles and constipation I have over soulsays J II Cullmun druggist of PutterviUe Mich They are easy tu take and alawys give satisfaction I toll my customers to try them and if not satisfactory to 601110 back and get Their money but havo never had a complaint For sale by all druggists Six hundred and ten million herrings were landed at Yarmouth and Lowestoft England last season by the local fishing boats aided by 1000 boats from Scotland The catch comprises 46000000 more herrings than were taken last year and the total value is above 2 lOOOOO The 1000 Scotch boats were nanned by 7000 men and ashore 5 000 Scotch women were employed in ireparing and packing the fish CORNS CURED Corn Exit will positively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and- we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly rbmoved with entire satisfaction A bottle of his great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky A man has just been elected to office In Missouri whose name is Graft He- will have to keep mighty straight in ho middle of the road if he proves that here is nothing in a name An agreeable movement of the bowels without any unpleasant effect is pro uced by Chamberlains Stomach and Iver Tablets For sale by all druggists Central Kentucky Real state Euhaoi TITLE CO No Two houses and loU attdalrd Crab Orcbaid with six and onfhalfacroa ot land a tithed Doth are trams cottages one conIttlc ofC and thaolbrrct 3 rooms tablo two good iprlogi etc The building ate new and tbe fencing It ordinary Two awl gardens cod bTe acrea la iaimre Will tell each plan arpiraUl nr II whole Price on the proitrtT aa a who I1SOO No 1stA tart of 300 ac ti oae and ollbIC mile nrtth of UuttonTllIeon the Dantllle pike Two story frame dwelling wren room terandi ball etc Flue young orcnard bearing all kinds Irult well wattrtJ lIter raJllnlprlngIIt 11 building and f oti are rum II iltuateJln the beet Motion of Unrein count aid an Ideal home Icp house bun ntdnilother ueceeuryoutbuildings 1rlceSllO- OUIX No 235h5 urn of land In the town Inilta Rowland about iS urea bottom land ana S3 acre woodland The p ace la well fenced and water ed water works well and cistern story ham building S room ball veranda back porch sum mer kitchen and Jcellar Uood barn and eU other nerrsaarr oulbulldlngi Including crib rrantrj etc In good repair Tenting In Ont class truer all wire fete U a txauillu plan a dtilrable home cloM to town and will sell cheap ana on easy term No UoA farm of 160 acre I mlle beond Mo Klnnor Lara well well improved nl la right oq pike No IIIOCK bun u boa seas shed on coo aDd drUwaj InrenUr 1 oihr barn and 2 tenant houin Siooiu brick rcIdnce sod kitchen sail all other Dectiarjr out buildings llutljlng and fencing In good repair place well watered cllero at hemp and house pond springs ec About 130 cm In ran and the rat In cut Ural Ion Priro9000OU- No 151100 crarm about i mile this side or Shelby CII 4 room cottage 2 food No I good cellar under the kitchen barn of italli crib etc Building are In good repair and the fencing are moderate Two Irlogs and good pond on plate About 45 urn In timothy and cioter rot In woodland Price fi No A 220 acre rum on Pix river nest Crab Orchard About 70acrselncullivatlo and Uacrraln pasture real In good timber About bearing fruit tma on the plate 2 and 6 ram dwalllug Ordinary table and a very good tenant house The buildings are In YetI good shape but tbelenco are not The plan h watered by Snercr rIIIDg This Ii a rood stock term and la offered at a bargain Price only i500 No 15J Cttage In Latcailcr 71 feet front aid feet deep All necessary outbuilding extbarn ETerytblBg Is new In rood shape Cut contain room hall veranda lick porch sad basement Close to Mhuol cburchet uc lilt ri500UO No 193170 acre farm our Huitontllle hood Iwelllng and barn a good portion of Ibis piece ould bo sold lot town It waleiea aid ibe Itnclnc and building are In good condition Tbl1a oue of the bet farms In the county Tb toll la rich and will fruduce lump tie 1rut U No C7t acres ol land cottage of room good hill anu 1 porches hood barn and other lecenary outbuildings Fencing and buildings It good repair flace well watered a plndld well- t house etc Land all level and product well Young apple and peach oicbard TnU latin II abut mile tram town 1dce U50- 0Noo A KO acre firm In the Wajntibuii section about 217 milt Irma 2 rail road Sutton dote to post unite torn churches etc Lays titween d Rural Free Delivery Route by placeFour room tog house a splendid- bone 3ul and boa two gooj iBe a li watered with neverfalling Iprlogs and a run thug branch llirotijli the pace It has gold loc Iud outbuilding 1rlce IWO rerun say No 2U11Aacre farm iltuated on the Wajnia bur and Mu Vernon road alt a milts ut WDblrt a 6 rootuallg etc Tnt place belongs to gentleman In Calllornli and bi willsell cheat aud uu pay limit No u96Uurn51mile Iroa Junction City story 6 room frame dwelling good barn cribs mike house etc All In good repair Inc udle- gieacivgt53acringnuandsa oem In tunn plums applia etc A iplendld grape nilbor 2500 lb gripe wed ine year lace close tu whorl churches and well watered uellratcd well at Cause soul stock well at tarn ec Ittce l8ou No 227 Aliout acres of Ind mile Irom- CrabOrcbarkunLaucsattrplke A good dwell ing well sod all nece I flare U right on 1lt Tbiiliaguod home and a cniap plan The owner of chic rnpsttf Ihea at Bender ou Ky and ba made up hi lo silt Ibli place teaervlng mineral water right on plan It can ba bought at a bargain cs v u lor a price No 2A farm of 242 acre A bandMuie mod era 2 story brick rtldince nmly luinlbHl and up to due In every particular tutors room 00 prupxcyIot toe nicest liana lu oaunty bum the plats It well watered and pa r well art a hill on It Th re onlyahuui 20 acres lu culilvallun sod reel In grass fret treu ic This b an ideal home aid a iplndlj firm Trice rma uncles No 281SW idea of land IdnelllBgj of rouse each large tobtcco bars Iwrt lung next to the teL hire lu Llneoin county small stock Lana Tbli properly la between t good county rood ard2 lea llng turnpike All the butldluga and fecclng ate In loud repair Place b welt waUieil by real sprtnga crewk etc Hplendld tobacco laml and wlI raise 15 barrel ol turn lo the acre ibis onibisnlookIngNo 4ll20Macreiofl nd In Cur cuiiuty ou Liberty nod Columbia roada Tact ohouses and lotion It ildence u roouu lv story weatberburded teal bun About acre In iultlvallon Buildings In uic rii ikape and tenting good Uxd timber Well at house ipilug nil over place and t rrctk running ilnouxh It Will sell the plseC at a fur IIIOW on eaiy ttrlnr will divide pliee lu suit nice little moon cottage All nicoj Sari outbuildings and a good garden About1ti mile from btantord Ibis li a snap Irlcv pDO nib No 211111 acre lam In I wile at 1ull Ia stunt loom dwelling store huuselemuke houio welt boon crib tie All lb fcnrlog are fair condition Hood urchird alxmt scram in cultivation nt In IIt timber Watered ly a serer fallltig writ nail wntcra ot Soulb Fork rice RIOO No 219 One vacint lot In Junction City at outhtnt cyrnir of and llrofion street renting M feet ou tiiollon strict and running kjutU on Luaus street 11 fret Frlcttf Ifiocath N 22lHon and 10tOD l gan itreel In 8laa ord Ciod canlfn etc Everything good te rlr Trice IWO Ao 223Nlce room ctitlast and acre of laud jcattd alIt I little lrmn SOelhf City Tbi house lone cost fion We will sell this plan fur I IO NO 111A nice Urge store room cod dwrlllrg bore coniUtlngol tiverel nicely furnished rooms good hun and lot aud all mreaury outbuilding fhb property It In good repair situated on tiara tIts t In irall In ibebuilceH larUu0 ol own This properlywlllbasuldofaberkstnand It a splendtd upe rtunny to tome one o In btulum r the store and dwellip brlu- glwlloed1I1 be agrcal aavlngin rrntnir No 113 A farm of toi acre illualrd about illn loin Stanford aDd i mIlea now rjon tbewtereofCedirCrtelc Tae place cut In taut Gelds and can be dlddtd About 2io errs U In cultivation timber lulllelent to lop up dare Onr and nb1I tory mutt dwelling ir I rooint hallo IHjrchnflc Two good lea uoutes horn grntry corn etc lace le well water two good clittrDi at the door running iireant arough farm All blilldIDfln good ibjie except oIne barn feuclng r per acre Term 117 A lorm acres about lullo from tauforcl la well and well watered A good lion ot thy farm In blue tree A Omrorlbl- edIIIDI aid a large b ru property II on a pike dose to Mhoil ug cre No A farm of shout ncrea on one ol ibe lItt turnpike lu lb i couutv A bnndtome two lory Inline dwtllng tied one of the Iiir e1 nod bMt Imrni In the county This pine II well uttered nod everything nbnut It Ineludtt g rent In It good tuumntunlq oVetoicbooliandiixiit20 uilnulr drive Iron lunford This u very dtilmble borne rice 7010 acrea of land twoalory trout collage 7 rooms ball tic new a good garden aDd iplendld orchard of one aud one lull acres ea ring good two atalilei buggy house inioko owe etc A good well on plan There U alw a lood mill on the place a good cruiher In mill run by natural nower which la great economy and the duo U In splendid Tbi property II situated In one of the lint farming dUlrlcta the county about wiles from StanlorJ there Iiwavi ready ulotortheflour soul soon a aground We will sell Ibis place forjilOO Jt ra bargain tbe bulldlogsalone could not be put up for this moneyr NoIIDtoo acre Crm aoOuIt uellee frmi low Itt moiety In culttvntlon well willIel eta Smnnlleotlugeoftour room large nro lro erty well fenced etc Irlte fM pit lucre ass acres lo Allen county Ky ton rail- rOud and pike Stout 30 acres cuttlvatri about 125 In timber nnd grace and aboi ISO In grass Timber on plnco li cut to 18 Inclica but will matte barrel timber siting lee tlca and cord wood unough to ay Cor the place twice over A largo part relic od There aro tour dwellings room each and ono store ot twootorlr with room above hut well and iprlnfrs of water le 10 3 miles of county scat and grow tobacco corn wheat grau etc for Onebal cash IIotirnnd Orl t Mill Anderion county Ky as barrel capacity covered with Iron built year IItclun and water power the latter month of too year It le au up todate roller mill with burrs tor corn and meal bolt Tho engine la of Tyson runt It acres with the multi Including what wit the house of fi rooms All tor IOS50 or M 800 for tho mill and II micros One half cask line Ono trade No mill In 10 miles No 76000 acre of land nest Junction Cltjrut Mvea fieldi 25 urn tn In graai a nice young orchard cud as or Lblwst gnatw hsr hen in Kentucky Tarty auld IIrI hail year Wilt watered coil racing goa- llloeeto school and cburchn A oitory IS room rrame d eIllDIl good barn cribs etc all 10 good repair lrc fltW No t2 5even room dwelling g od cellar sod SI acrea land Never filling well and Vencln and fair condition Cueapplar close to townWill sail a mall family No 4Two itorr tram dwelling 7 rooms ball end veranda lood garden fencing and house III good renalr No 13lIou soulfeiemoflandInlcKln- Del Ntcwury oulbulldtngi Fencing coud and wet watered Will sell lib place on earl term No 732J acres or good land ilx room twi story dwelling well watered good lenclng 11 the mburbe of the city ol Stanforxl dOle to Iradei school and churches Tlillit a uetrable dome 1rlce reaaonabli Non 6 room frame rotttga sod one acre 0 land In Klntivllle Ky Large barn smoke house rrplililtNo OTen serer ol land two story front rot tage Mien room balla etc house lsnew t load garden and orchard of acrH IDclol good two liable house awoke house etc A well on place there li oleo a good mill 01 the place a g od crusher In mill It Ii run by nat ural power which li a great economy Iud the dan U In good repair Will sea the property at a low lIeure or lease It No Frame hotel large rooms double vrran das hallway Eta A large 2 alorerotm fronting itreet leet front hotellupstair aulta bee Cord lag 2 nice cottage nicely furnlibol papered and painted room and veranda each ton aame lot uM a livery stable Uow garden Vacant lot adjoining 36 fret front by 2u rtet deep All ol this property li In London Ky and Is a One chance forsomeooe to make money IrIzcbasjqforno i3A small arm nf13 sent or good land located clam town Irlce 12250 MlsslatppThereopportunities for profitable Investment as the Musts hkh U now filly described as prow petltyVstiy The tlmher Is becoming morevalu thaulumberpeopiefromJlralnlshlng are constantly Increaslnc their chases of timber lanJs In the South Vhenthetlm bet Is removed the UnJ Is une ualej for agrlcultu rat purposes It will produce a bate of cotton la the icre or will grow any other klnj ot crop raited the temperate lone The soilnrcJinofertlUiersan lbtlae lslpertectan3thhemanawhotyastellsfawn tnt timber tints at present pikes Is making an In retlment that he will never rejrrtl Thus tint Jl djf Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract acres to lh trart ant prkeafmm8 reracn la fi6 per acre according to location etc ar authortieJ by the company who owns these UnJ lo sine that as other parties are contKJerlng the purchase ol these lands that we offer these tracts sub dungInenuwghforthpurchaser1000 acres cl this IanJ has teen solJby the Com rartItularlcounty1tytodate ID every particular coil good dwell- Ing with Improvement and acre of tine land cloMj to Southern railroad Price Ill 000 No 19 90J acre of land near Crab Unhand cheapN0SI90rmofland one mile tease SOIUn- ctKrut Inwten nelds Forty acre In cultlva lion 40 acre In paiturr balinre In timber Dwell log contains seven room Large hero end III1K fltndidN02S ICOacnaof land In Ford county Ku six mnealrom railroad sod toil Irate Aretuu titer Seemly acre e f land is river bottom II ntclat land and tn IraN This land la fur III ruchinrNo W Twoitory frame dwelling of six rooms two balls v mania le well at dunr and all other jeceoary outbuildings Abo Urge blackimll hop WxSO and bed i lull length or shop and It eerytowKyFramelUtbulldlag acne lu cultlvatlan rot In Um bar Well watereil yard from poatotEcrjcboo aod church bye well on pike and In good rout inanity Price lmo No I32SO acre farm Ii tulle of Crib Orchard Ky Ilrlck dwelling 8 room two tenant houses wo barn well spring near dwelling Farm 10 high state of cultivation ISO urn river bottom laud good fencing fruit etc trice SI7JW an sere No 71 nice farm at IlljIiUnJ wdllnprev iJ well watered etc Price 5 tereesauesofbnJenJamettown roaj tooth ot unnvlHe too acres In cultivation about M acres In timber ant rest In grass A Urge new liaise dwell ngalso an iwIUnr on plAce A new bum ant wool Jones Iris well watered ant the feednc loud On puNIc road Price ttjooo CentralKentucky hail FAt de S TltleCo tanford Ky UMBRELLAS a aoovered and repaired and made almost u Rood a new for a ioall atanuut I can tramprpalroreriot FRANK ATKlhR Stanford live Me Your Order I Can Please You romlymmli clollilnit when them iMillttlu dlllvrwnco In tho prlcu of high- radurenlyuuaiutultund u tuft inntlo to our iiiviiftiirmiumt tnknt liy nil lXIrhmctI- tullnr liiivuu ImiuUoiiiollnuut Full und lrlcOIIUHlllolIvrconts trousers ami fiincy teats Tho unipiiny represent Uouuof tho teat 11 CKUlLBY the Tai- lorPOSTED We whose names appear below strictly irbld hunting nahlng or any kind of tree missing on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mr Kate Ador Itelcheubsich Ilna Fred VonOruonlfian Albert VonOrueulftan Fred VouAIIman Fred lliiurnanti Alfred Simpson Oeorpe lltilmfs Mj Mattlo II Uelchenbach Charles Cummins Jos llallnu A 0 nunn M Holmes W F Amon W II DauRherty r1 J Hoffman n Flmorn Peter W barter J Novln Carter J Ef Druce W Uhomaker Thomas Ferrlll GreeD Fcrrll F J loan John n Oamenlach Bam Trowbrldce A D Root Charles Ensslln Frank Cordler turn M Uaydcn Welch Ioter Ilalmor John Meier Samuel Lindsay Jacob Gander Mrs Alice Lytle David Mary HolTmann L P NUllnelleyJ W Daughman OnrlitoDit OrHjron J O Carpenter jacob Jtioweln Sara Dameron 8 r BARGAINSIN UNDERWEARWHILE Heavy Sanitary Fleeced that soldIfor 50c a garment we will 35c taWHILE THEY LAST rSAMROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat BankISTANFORD KY Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky rteOnly Daily nUll Weekly IublUlictl at tho Capital nod the only one that ever took tho AMocfatc Press Report au recently been enlarged nnd greatly iiniirovcd It inakeM a specialty of LOCAL XKWS tnchuling that of tho Court of Appcalt State Fiscal Court Tho Federal Court It iaCA pecially valuable to lawyers SubiMjiiption yearly 84 Send rcinittnnro to W P WALTON PROR Frankfort Kentucky tIe Lincoln gouty national Dank 4 Of Stanford Ucnlucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 5OOOCO DEPOSITS January J J906 24600000jOFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEYGENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J D OWHLKY Bunford S U fiuxK Stonfonl O W OUUTCII Tarnrrnlie- W II CiMuis rraaclicrvlllo 0 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