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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 30 1906 NO 98 J Ten Commandments of InmJ 1 Thou shalt not spank nor corporal forms punishment In nny of its 2 Thou shalt not scold J Thou shalt not administer any ro t buko whllo feeling anger toward thy i child 4 Thou shalt not require more t thy child than of thyself n G Thou itlmlt not speak discourteous I t ly to thy child 0 Thou shalt not lie to thy child neither break thy promises nor deceive 7 Thou shalt not waste thyself upOn the effort to destroy evil tendencies and wrong activities in thy child but shalt remove temptation from him and cultivate his virtues and his righteous activities 8 Thou shalt not curtail thy childs liberty but shall Insist that ho respect the liberty of all others even as his Is respected 9 Many hours uhalt thou labor withj thy child and do all thy work dresses I him feeding him teaching him 9iusI- ng him but for ono hour out oMvery I seven waking hours shalt him alone and bother him not thOtfet thou nor thy husband nor nor thy friends nor raativcs nor that are in thy housq For in that Snny shall tho Lord conic unto him Thou shalt not force thy child in any respect neither physically men tally nor morally Thou shalt not force obedience for forced obedience is not righteous but thou shalt gently lead thy child along the way that he v should go having first passed over the road Ui solf Mothers Journal Mr VK toON S H Martin has pure chased thoVsldenco of U G Biker and expects 10 move to MU Vernon within the ncUt few months Iorkins rrowitt of the Southern part of the county and a good substantial citizen tiled aftor majiy months lllnoss of con sumption Forrest Coffoy of near Wildlo tins jUst completed his second rending of tho whole of tho Now Tes tament Mta Vlnnie Adams daughter of Judge J T Adams and Sheriff It L McForron wore married last night Uev Briscoe of the Baptistchurch of delating They left on tho night train for Knoxville to spend their honeymoon Only u few close friends and relatives wero present and to their many friends their marriage conies as n surprise as no announcement WAS made and It was not expected so oarly Mt Vernon Signal V Stomach Cure For Cold U may sewn queer to you Unit most colJn wglntn your stomuoh hut lij truo Many a wak stomach chronic Infliction oWlimt ponuUpallan do wwakcn you nil over and moVo you an easy prvy to any dlwa o that may ho stalking nrouud To nitro a cold take a good dose of Dr Cald welliMlaxatUri Syrup 1ojHin a hot baUi and u metal uighty nst To ptvrcnt colds ktxp your digestion In- tfood order with Dr Caldw Hs lax ative Syrup IVpsln Quick rolls for ronfttlpatlon biliousness etc Try It Sold by G L Penny Stanford and r W Adama Hus on lllt atBOe and ill Moiwy back If U faun A VS F Tho idea of makingunothe county In Kentucky is ridiculous This was tried at a recent session of tho Legislature The bill was passed nnd Its name was Cripj s But the groat statesmen who put it through didnt know n compass from a custard When the surveyor put his line to It they found that it took off a slice of Ohio including a county courthouse How thoughtful Ken already has 119 counties Tennessee has only 96 Indiana 02 Pennsylvania 07 New York 61 Ohio G3 and other States in proportion yet wo hear of no movement to erect n new county to gratify somebodys vanity except in ring ridden Kentucky Murray Ledger A Bargain eIf you wish to buy a bargain all you havo to do is rot a bottle of Dr Caldwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin and luo It at the least sign of huudache d zzlnoss constipation biliousness indigestion etc This small Invest uncut will bo tho beet bargain you over bought for It will bring you health at a nominal cost Try It Sold by 0 L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvillo at 60o and 81 Money I hack if It fails Nov Miitthew OKeefe who was tho Inst surviving brigade chaplain of tho Confederate army died at Town son Md Ho was with Mahonea brigade of tho Army of Northern Vir ginia and was an intimate friend of Gen Robert E Lee and Jefferson DaviefSampson Bolton exMarshal of Jelli co is reported dead as tho result of a difficulty between him and G P Law 1Deputy Sheriff and a man named k in There has been bad feeling be Ienthe men for some time i CHURCH MATTERS Atlanta Presbyterians will have a 50000 hospital The First Baptist church at Newport News Va was destroyed by fire Mayor S D Harris of Henderson has not missed Sundayschool for 22 years except when sick Rev Dr W Francis Irwin resigned the Ahargn of tho Second Presbyterian church In Springfield III to a call to the Fourthaycnuo PrcllhyterlanI church in Louisville The American Bible Society Is arrang ing to celebrate its 00th anniversary Its issues of the Scriptures cost 70 000000 there were 16000000 families visited and 2500000 copies of the Scriptures given out directly and 8000 000 Indirectly Plans are being made for the build Ing of a new dormitory al Union Col lee Barbourvillo to cost between toW thntrbuilding which will accommodate 100 students Is expected to bo completed by September of this year MATRIMONIAL The Senate at Havana Cuba unanimously passed an appropriation of 25 000 for tho purchase of a wedding gift for Miss Alice Roosevelt One of tho wedding presents pre sented to Nicholas Longworth who into marry Miss Alice Roosevelt will be a pair of Kentucky thoroughbreds purchased by friends of the Cincinnati Congressman at a cost of 12000 Up in Connecticut has been found a game little man While ho is a feath erweight weighing only 120 pounds he has married a buxom lass who knocks the beam at 403 pounns Ills name is Charles Ilnrang and hi name Is Mary Ann Plumb She is agrccngungo or a wild goose plum but a Plumb of tho mammoth variety and ho is Plumb full of matrimony Mr Plumb the father had offered 2000 to any mnn who would marry his daughter Ninetyfive years ngo was the year without a summer Frosts occurred every month In the yet 1811 Ice formed n halfInch thick in May Snow foil to the depth of three inches in Now York and also inMassachuotts inJuue Ice was formed of tho thickness of a common window glass throughout New York on the fifth day of July Indian corn was so frozen that the greater part was cut in August and dried for fodder and the farmers supplied them selves from tho corn produced in 1815 for the seeding of the spring of 1817 A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good A II ThurntN a wellknown coal operator of Buffalo 0 writes IIHVO been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years puling gravel and stocky with osenulatlng pain I gut no relief from iwdlolnu until I Megan taking Poloya Kldnoy Cure tlwnUio result wax surprising A fuw logos Hluited tho brisk dust Itko Mm stones and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like new man It has done mo 81000 worth of good Pennys Drug Store w sA number of Atlanta citizens headed by John Temple Graves editor of tho NOWH have started a movement to celebrate in Atlanta January 191907 tho centenary of the birth of Gen Robert E Lee Il is proposed that the celobcn liory shall bo national nnd South alike shall bo asked to join the tribuu to the great Confederate General Coming Events You can toll ou are In for U dan gerous sickness us soon us you begin to biilTor front headache constipation biliousness vie unlifss you quickly tako Dr CalUwells laxative Syrup IVpsln This must successful cure for null disorders of your digestive organs never falls to give relief from null the Irrltiint poisons kept In by clogged bowulrt liver and kidneys Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvlllo at Mo and 81 Money buck If It falls Capt William Van Schaick was found guilty of criminal negligence in failing to have fire drills on tho steamer Gen Slocum which he commanded in June 1801 when that steamer burned with the loss of over 1000 lives Ho was immediately sentenced to tenyears Imprisonment Chronlo Constipation Cured Ono who sir iters from chronio consti pation Is in danger of ninny serious ailments Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation as U tads digestion nod stimulates tho liver Iud bowels restoring tho natural action of these organs Commence tuk ing it today and you will fool betterut onco Orluo Laxative Fruit Syrup lees not nauseate or gripe and is very pleasant to taKo Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store c h u INEWS NOTES soldier of Central City was found dead in his bed Fayette Gardner a tobacconist of Mayfield died suddenly of neuralgia of of tho heart Tho Southern Nail Mill nt BirmIng- ham was burned lost night The loss amounts to 90000 Joseph L Gish a wealthy farmer of Muhlenberg county died suddenly of rheumatism of the heart William Halton was shot and killed In u card game at Bowling Green Ind by Willanl Mclntire another player Fourteen lives were lost by an ex plosion caused by fire damp In the Witlcville mines near Poteau IndTcr Sixtyfive Indictments were returned by tho grand jury at Mt Sterling Sixteen were on charges of election offences A commercial club with over 50 char ter members wasorganizedat Versailles Joe S Minary was elected its first presidentEight hundred patients in Bellevue Hospital New York were endangered by a fire which was extinguished with small loss Now trials were granted by the Court of Appeals in the cases of John apd Edward Taylor under sentence of death at Lexington for murder Brooding over the fatal Illness of her old family friend Gen Joseph Wheeler Mrs Margaret Bailey ended her life with strychnine in Chicago There are in Chicago 2100 street cars and 3600 automobiles During 1905 the street cars killed 337 people and tho automobiles killed 6 Lotta Glenn 15 years of age daugh ter of Mr and Mrs David Glenn of Davless county was burned to death her dress catching fire from an open grateThe Sam S it Lee Shubert Company has announced that the new theater to he erected for the Shuborts in Louis ville will be named tho Mary Anderson Theater Henry FolkeHson who killed W L Drake a Minneapolis dentist as the result of A quarrel over 35 cent oc caped to Ashley N D whore he ended his own lifo Tho special committee which investi gated the books of former Auditor of State David E Shcrrick of Indiana has reported that tho office still owes the State GOai702 President Roosevelt has declined n request to pardon Charles H Cole form er President of the Globe National Bank of Boston Massi convicted of violation of tho national banking laws Tho City Council at Terre Haute Ind 5 tos voted that Impeachment charges against Mayor Edwin Bidcman wore sustained but fell onoshortof the required twothirds vote to effect removal Tho Bank of Wnddy at Waddy Shelby county with a capital stock of 15000 has closed its doors T B Hancock is cashier and president of the bank No statement of its condition has been given out Tho body of Gen Joseph Wheeler was burled Monday in Arlington cemetery with the full military honors due an olllcer of his rank Funer al services were held Sunday in St Thomas Episcopal church New York A M Harrison formerly an agent of the Auditor of State who compro raised a back tax suit for 1000 and who was subsequently charged with fraudulently retaining tho money settled tho matter at Winchester by pay ing the amount into court The largest verdict in a damage suit for personal Injuries or death which has been awarded in Jefferson courts in years was given by a jury when tho administrator of George D Hilton was ale lowed 14000 The suit was against the K I Bridge Company During a quarrel over a debt of 50 cents Joshua Meadows shot and in stantly killed his cousin Burton Little in Perry county They were neighbors and hnd been close friends After the deed Meadows attempted suicide shooting himself but only Inflicting u slight wound lie was arrested and is in jail By direction of President Roosevelt correspondence has bcen made public tending to show efforts by attorneys for tho beef packers in Chicago to bribe newspaper reporters The correspondence consists of letters passed between District Attorney Morrison and Attor ney General Moody and a letter from the President directing their publica ion Interesting News- It will Interest all readers of tho In crier Journal to hoar that at lust a genuine cure for Constipation melt gestion Liver Complaint headache and Biliousness has been foundIn Dr Culdwelln laxative Syrup Pepsin It is a pleasant tonic purifying syrup with u mild action and no bad after effects Sold by G L Penny Stan I1u8tonv111eI t HUSTONVILLE Miss Blanch VanDeveer closed quite a successful school at Rifles school FridayJames Frye of the Fayctto Brick Supply Co Lexington was mingling with his friends here Saturday- D C Allen shipped a car of cattle and hogs to tho Cincinnati market Sat urday for which he paid good prices C T Bohon bought some extra fine work mules of Forestus Reid of Dan ville at 175 They are said to be of very high quality Jeff Austin of Mt Salem is down withrheumatism M T Crawford of Somerset was the guest of tho New tonian Hotel last week Wm Dodd sold to C T Bohon a walk and canter horse for 200 He also sold J S Johns n of Boyle some lJOO1 pound Shorthorns at 4c The thanks of our commercial club are tendered Mr W 0 McIntyre of the Danville News for a present of nice stationery given It last meeting Morse McKInley our enterprising mill and lumber firm and contractors closed deals last week for two large tobacco barns for Josiah Bishop and W Gill Cowan work on same with a large force to begin this week Rev S B Lander will preach in the Hustonvllle Presbyterian church next Sunday Feb 4th morning and evening Morning Service nit 11 oclock Subject Rest II Evening service at 7 oclock Subject A Talo that is Told The next meeting of the Hustonvllle Commercial Club will be in Alcorns Opera House Thursday night Feb 8 nt 730 to which every man interested In the future of Hustonvillc And vicinity is cordially Invited to be present Night marauders shot a very valuable Shepherd dog belonging to J M EuI banks in his yard one night last week The animal was highly pized and no reasonable amount of money could have bought him The guilty parties are known C H VanArsdall one of our good citizens and successful farmers is con lined to his room as the result of a fall of about 15 feet through the floor of his barn He was fortunate in not receiving fracture but was severely bruised He hopes to be out in a short timeMiss Alice Lyon has gone to Dun villa for n weeks visit to her sister Mrs Henry Orman and others Miss Maggie Campbell has returned from a visit to Lexington friendsand relatives S D Yowell has returned from Cincin nat where ho was a guest at n large banquet given by The Fairbanks Morse CoThe average acreage of wheat was sown last fall in the West End and the present condition of the crop is good the growth having covered the ground sufficiently to protect the root from tho series of freezes we are haying There is no hessian fly scaro in this vicinity and the present prospect for a good crop is flattering McCormack Peacock have rented the new store building of V B Morse recently completed on Main Street They will move in this week and in a short while will have a full line of up todate farming implements and field seed Those gentlemen having been identified for some years with tho trado tributary to our city should meet with success from the start A puzzling problem of tine many that confront us in this progressive age of successful electrical wireless trahemis rion of messages and telegraphy is the correct accounting for mans taste in flowers Tho world remembers the red carnation as the favorite of our late President McKinley and many of our Senators and cabinet members have pronounced colors for boutonlers but why tho violet is tho favorite of our hustling live stock dealer D C Allen is a question now being often asked by his host of friends Will ho please advise them Tho new spirit of tho 20th century ago in agricultural progress with modem n utensils and ways as well as the determination of the business men and progressive farmers of our vicinity to establish in our midst several addition al manufacturing concerns and waterworks in our city with a plentitudo on tho weekly pay rolls was chrystalized at the last meeting of our commercial club Tho time is ripe nnd an anxiety is evident to make the capital of tho West End a manufacturing center and with tho guiding spirits of a generous coterie of experienced business men destinedfinished products from our factories thereby adding finances to our citys circulation from the largest jobbing houses of tho East and West Tho L N railroad has put a pas senger train on from Jellico to Middles boro and tho Southern Railway soon after February 1 will run two trains daily between Middlesboro and Knox rue This will make 10 passenger trains daily from Middlesboro 1f 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 r A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Mr J B FinleyIFormerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky I rArbuckles Coffee 15c 20 Ibs Granulated Sugar 1 W H HIGGINS ICASH HOUSE KENTUCKY I A h MI 11 L TEll Prepare For 1906 sA COAL AND WOOD White Oak Cannel East Tennessee Jellico U G Jellico Mountain Ash Jellico Barren Fork FKKD Wheat Straw Millet Hay Millet Straw 1I1I Mixed Hay Corn Oats Bran Sbipstuff Big4 Mixed BarleyrBEST COW FEED ON TIlE MARKET Bigf Mixed heedGround Corn Oats Bun mill Barloy for Too per sack till Xmas We have a Crusher nod our grind anything in the feed line Give us your order GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE 14 Y 18 setae eaurest s I loOn Stove Bargain I IAD STEEL RANGE IN FIRST e CLASS OKDEH J cap largo oven high shell closet Will last as long as a new ono 1warming t three times the price S 1200 nnllI SEE 5 ALDRWGETU- G rAN1 1 TINNER PLUMBER PUMP AND FURNACE I PHONE liB DEPOT STREET STANFORDI aaatsswessaBUY YOUR r Collars Hames Collar Pads Backbands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets Grub Tools c from George D Hopper Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries Tinwarey Queensware Tiling Etc BUST GOODS LOWEST PRICES f JournalfC WALTON IE1TilE Kentucky Stato Journal ut Frankfort talks horse sense when it says The bill to transfer Casey coun ty to the Eighth Congressional District r from the Eleventh is to further no tmans political ambitions as it seen ftobe believed by some It is simply give a struggling Democracy nI ance and an Incentive to keep tho Ito in the Dcmocrtic column It a Democratic County Judge and School Superintendent besides a majority of the Fiscal Court last fall and would have elected a CuU Democratic county ticket had some oC the nominees made the proper effort Senator R L Hubble promised tho- r Democratsf the county that If they would carry it in the last election he would do all in his power to give they relief from the overwhelming Repub lican Eleventh District They got nU of the best officers and came within votes of carrying the county for him u and ho is anxious to fulfill his promise The addition of Casey to the Eighth District will not make it Republican as tho opponents of its transfer claim The district elected Congressman Gil bert by over 2000 at the last election when no money was spent and very little effort made True the district has gone Republican and so have others counted to be safely Democratic butt that was under unusual conditions not likely to occur again Casey Democrats and they arc the truest in the t State urge that the transfer will make the Eighth more solidly Democratic than now as they will see to it that it nomineekmatter than to give good Democrats a chance to show their mettle and help those who want to help themselves EVERY sheep raiser and all persons but the owners of curs and other worthless canines will applaud the Senate for the passage of the bill to place a tax on dogs of 1 each It is to be hoped that the House will have the courage to adopt the bill which will do one of two good things put considerable money in the treasury or rid the country of a growing pest It is almost impossible to raise sheep in some localities and marauding canines are the bane of most neighborhoods Make the owners of them put up or kill their pets A BILL has been introduced in Con gress to increase the salary of the President of the United States to 100 000 during his cncumbency of the office and 25000 a year for the rest of his life There is no good reason for either proposition Presidents used to manage to get a long on 25000 a year while In office and no one ever thought of pensioning them till pensions became the order of the day Congress would do well to attend to more important matters THEODORE P SHONTS chairman of the Isthmian Canal Commission testi fied that he is drawing 12000 a year from the Clover Leaf railroad He receives 30000 from the government He did not state where the rest of his pocket change came from or whether or not there was graft in his several positions TilE Mayor of Richmond Va called a newspaper reporter a liar in court and was fined 20 for contempt Ifi the incident had occurred in Kentucky and the reporter was made of the right stuff tho Mayor would have had to take a thrashing besides provided ho wasnt telling the truthIU S SENATOR MARTIN of Virginia is down with the whooping cough al though 60 years old and upwards and was unable to address the Legislature on the occasion ot his reelection Whooping cough like getting religion is much easier attended to in youth than in old age r POLITICAL John Sharp Williams predicts the election of a Democratic House next r time fThe Senate Committee on Territories agreed to report favorably the Statehood Bill as passed by the HouseI The Senate Committee on Territories has agreed to report favorably the Statehood Bill as passed by the House Some minor amendments have been made to the bill Judge John E Cooper cif Mt Ster t ling has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Congress from the Tenth district A substitute measure providing for the annexation of adjoining territory by cities of the second class was adopt ed by the House at Frankfort by a vote of 73 to 11 introduced in the SenateA measure by Mr Charlton of Louisville calls for an increase of the police force of Lou isville by providing one officer for each 700 inhabitants Senator Nat Porter of Warren coun ty called the attention of the Kentucky Senate to the death of Gen Joseph Wheeler and It adjourned out of respect to his memory f it Hird iJ l + Ji Mayor noo walter of Indianapolis says ho was offered a bribe to allow Taylor to be kidnaped Tom Campbell made an offer of 25000 ho says The House passed the Joint State hood Bill by n vote of 194 to 150 No effort was made to defeat the bill on its final passage but 33of the llcpul lican insurgents recorded their votes against it The Isthmian fcanal Commission is believed to have decided to recommend the construction of a lock canal with an 85foot level thus practical adopting the recommendations of tho minority of the consulting engineers- If Congressman G G Gilbert retires after his present term and it is said to bo the understanding that he will R W Miller at present the Representa tive from Madison county will probably bo a candidate to succeed him says a Frankfort dispatch Senator Jack Chinn made his maiden speech at Frankfort favoring the dog bill and made a decided hit with his fellowSenators lie said he owned 31 dogs and wanted to pay a tax on all of them and also wanted to protect his sheep and his neighbors sheep He declared that a dog that was not worth a year was a worthless dog that he always paid for any depredations his dogs committed and the law should be passed so that everybody could have both his dogs and sheep protected Representative W G Baxter of the Fiftieth Louisville district by a viva voce vote less than six members pro testing was declared legally elected by the General Assembly The result of the contest made by Mr Neal was received with applause in the House R W Miller was unanimously selected as delegate to the Divorce Congress which meets next month in Washington Senator DeHavens dog tax bill was made a special order in the Senate A bill was introduced to appropriate 15000 for of a monument in memory of Confederate and Union soldiers who fell at the battle of Shiloh IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Chris Patterson ofnear Humph rey died of consumption George Hibbard a stave man fell dead at the London depot Nev Lawson was acquitted at Williamsburg of the charge of killing Joseph Faulkner at a dance Arch Chenault who was shot by Bob Tinsley at Ford is dead and the al leged murderer has disappeared George Hibbard was found dead on the roadside near London The coroners inquest failed to ascertain the causeMiss Lura Davidson who was attending college at London has mys teriously disappeared Her home is said to be at Mayfield The residences of Robert Creech and Matt Asher in Bell county were burned The loss on both amounts to about 12 000 The insurance is comparatively small Thomas Cummins aged 22 is under arrest in Casey charged with attempted assault on his 12yearold niece Do tie Adams He was arrested at Hus tonvillc Shelby Ball Lingar Wilder and Patton Gully were each sentenced to serve two years in the penitentiary for having shot Doc White at Middlesboro Other cases against the men named vill be tried at this term of court manIounty Ashly who is prominent in business circles was making a settle tent when a dispute arose and Ilidncr shot him twice The wounds are not atalFriday about midnight a thief entered the home of Miss Lena Pope on the exmgton pike and stole a trunk containing 13 and a lot of clothing James Combs restaurant was entered and robbed of a small amount of money Vdvocate Mrs John Ross living two miles rom Lancaster gave her fourmonths old babe a large dose of morphine by mistake and though the physicians used restoratives the child died The other is inconsolable from grief at her fatal mistake Frank Ball charged with killing Jack Bolin a barber at Middlcnboro also has been indicted on the charge or killing Charles Davis at Middlesboro some years before It appearS that BaU had arrested Davis on a charge of runkenness and was on his way to the Police Court with him Davis said something he did not like and Ball drew his pistol and shot him In the more prosperous parts of London SO mistresses of households out of every 100 have domestic help In the East End only five families in each 100 can afford household assistance In the provinces generally one family in every four has a servant for help The automobile in which Dr and Mrs John Dye of Louisville were riding was struck by a Southern train and the occupants were instantly killed Lou Dillion the worlds greatest trotter Is to be retired from the training table and will be bred to John A Me Cerron 204J The Elizabethtown News announces a navemcnt on foot to build a huge barn that will accommodate 2000 mules Newt Rankin of Carlisle bought in Mason county 14 mules at an average r164 jjJl o1 tir1flW4 r raau tJl4j 1 yTA4 Here and There Four tines in one month burgle visited a Madisonville store At the age of 103 years David Wood a farmer is dead at his home near Brookport Ill Lack of patronage has caused Burkes villa Herald to suspend Plant will be moved to Celina Tcnn Mrs Agnes Calvert one of the oldest residents of Pcrryville died very suddenly at the home of her daughter Mrs William Green The post omee at Anchorage was robbed of about 500 the safe being blown open with giant powder The burglars escaped by stealing n horse and buggy and coming to Louisville The Supreme Court granted n motion of attorneys for James B Howard for a stay of execution for 30 days and Howard will not go to the penftcntiar on February 2 under the order granted when the case was decided agalns him The stay admits of time to prepare a petition for rehearing The New Meson Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wa SHUOAS3 Proprietor E colc Light In every room Ktfurnlthcd and unjtr tntlri New Mnugtmtc Notice To the Iluiiornliln It 0 Wnrron Jiiilxc or the Lincoln County Court iiml the Ioaor- bleNHBurehCounty Attorwy healcoin Uouuty Kentucky You uru notllkxl thnt on Tuotliiy tho Dili tiny or Keli nppltoKentucky for II pnrolo wits convicted III ttiu Juno term or tin Lincoln circuit conn lwi3 nril Sentenced to COli lit in tin penitentiary nt Krankfort fortwuyvnr TIIOMAH KVANH New Hustonville Firm Having bought of McOormnck A Pico tliilr Orocerlin Ilnnlwtn etewtsoltcltIt- hnrc of the patnnuigtrot In fret ad two We also Jill In connection n Dull W eiit Mnrkct nml launch Counter We wilt liny good butcher itufT ot highest market price and having n tplomllil meiit cutter we cnn furnish you with the lieitt We nUo buy ill kind of country produce IIIHIIOIA MIT UmtonvlIU Ky OFFICE OK OAKLAND SiNOMrrox Supt Schools of Lincoln Co January lo 1900 Whites Concentrated Water Co Crab Orchard Ky Gentlemen I have been a sufferer from acute indigestion and constipation for years After having tried various remedies and receiving no relief I decided to try your Crab Orchard Concentrated Water After using snide for two month Ican truthfully say that I feel tatter than I have for years I want to euy that it is the greatest remedy out for in digestion constipation and other like diseases I cheerfully recommend tliU water to all sufferersRespectfully OAKLAND SiSdiirrov For sale byall druggi- st4PUBLIC SALE Two Houses and Lots and 33 Acres of Land in Stanford Ky Wvwlll on MONDAY KKIl JJU ln IwifMitne hour of and t v In rout of thi odurthoiiiu day In Stanford KV iOllnt unction to the lilghcut IIliluor th 1I00IIlIIIIIIolln Stnnfnnl Ky which liliowocoilplnl hy I SI llruif It routs the public aqunre The hoimr In n lent eottniSf with nix room Aloo the house lIullot now oftiupUtl J V Wntvrx on the Sorth lilo of Knit 3hlln Htnrt mljolnitiK he lot of Him Ihiliind illxmt urm of In lid on Slid North aide uf I list Mnln- Mlret mljolnlim the Iniul of Mm Unly lulTiimn II J llnriit nml othvr The houw rid lot ofciinlwl liyj K Wutcm unit thr SJ era of lund will Ilrt Itoured 4IHlrllhly mil then an u whole mid the hid or bids ringing thi mast Irma will IN nrwptiil Ilif muse Mini lot o clip wl liy I M rUl Ill Ise old llV 1tIII4jthlr sash nnilmlpr In worijitnl lnshtlhnealalmynhle In a nml It noiitlii on tHiiuli with uood wcurlty li iir InUnH from date ul Sale pnyiiblt to M McItolvrtmiHiigcntnml iteclirnl liy Urn the proS rty Dooil gall and to Ise snide on compllnncv bv thi piirchniKr with titrnii of mili Iossi salon to ulviti on or Iwforo Feb- I1at6l UOIIKHT V riJHIKM- liy It C Viirr n Attyln fact MA11YM liKUOK IM IliU7- KHENRY ATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal Ain- Che Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FO- RONLY 150 Few people lo the United Stntrx have not card of the CourierJournal Democratic In all thing fair In all thing clean In all toga It esientlally a family paper Uy special arrangement we are enabled to of fcr the WEEKLY COUUIKKJOUUNAL year and this paper for the price numed bore Bend your ubtcrlptlon for the com- bInation to usnot to the CourierJournal l4 = t w rte i or Warm dry comfortable wearing apparel is what l we need such weather as this An OVERCOAT warm long full back and stylish in both Boys and M en sa a UNDERWEARIn Cotton Fleeced at 25 and 50 Cents per garment garmentRoyal FELT AND GUM BOOTSrFeltJBoots at 250 and 300 Gum Boots at 3 and 350 for the rolled edge 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 MclNTOSHFor f500 is WaterProof All kinds of loves from a lOc Canvass to a 150 Dress Kid Vll ofIthese we can furnish you today t DDitrPARKERS HAIR BALSAM Cluwr1 txwUIWi the tail llwnolM a Iliwtut nears WTr FaJU to friar in Color shooa p IUIItilru A S PRICESurgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcru Drug Store in the Owgley Building For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land iltuatt not outside of town limit on the Somerset louse b11 rooms kitchen and ser rants room Rood foliar liable and aU accessary outbuilding Water hydrant In be yard and one for stock J P IIAILFY a Jesse W Sweeney IIIOPftlETOR- Livery Food sad Salo Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up U date rlgat reasonable ra- tesINSURANCE Fire Lightning WindWorm Llte am ut the HTIIONOKMT not HKHTVonipnnlii lUiprwMnUfl Ixjwfutlo ilblw hales nai luIIIA Hp- eordUuqunlld Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky HiIdeiiec rtiona No 8J NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBSB t CLABKSOH Inn JUNCTION CITY KYf- lmt01 Turnout at Keaionnble KaMi Special Attention to Traveling Men Grain und Hay For Rain A Special Bargain one hltlidrwllnmliilityncTi fnrni nlMiut nile Nortwot of Htniiionl bust two alory Hrmim dwclIng n vplrnillil mock born of the Ixst WHtuntl fiumi In lhr roilnty nil itVfhonry outbulhlliiKn rtplenitld orihanl Micros in blue never IKU plowiil riic wholv fiirin fiiyn well mid there In no AintP land on It Mvo inllc from ImnvlHf lIul in u ploJIIIIII community This In n uirKiilniiiidtlmplncoiiiuitt IK soil within till next 3 iliiy t run nttenolroffarm Iowwimltiiiulviiihtiiiii Ior particular coo Julia I N lute or I It JlulC Ky INSURANCE Your house may never burn You ire slime to jibe Silo and talk with 15 M Rowland who will show you the iolicy best adapted to yojir ago uud iirciiinstaiicca Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid annually or defer ret IL 1 NIVI VNI Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 18KJ Datl Traylor DIALKH IK Wh15 Il Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc Oarpntr Houte Ole to STANFORD KY ProlD tn4 attention Nothing butth bu to drink foUl cr IIgrapC order rtcclvi ie pttttitlo t j i r JJrf SEE THE NEW IDEAS IN HIGH GRADE BOX PAPERS NOW ON DISPLAY IN PENNYS WINDOW PENNYS DRUG STORE titnnforcl XCentucUy j 1r I kw DknJcl Edger a Ax Chopping wood may not bba pleasure it that the hard workof it be made less by the use of m or that is made right Try a Diamond Edge vOIlld every cent U coils t t I j GEORGE H FARRIS lo Stanford Kentucky TO CLOSE OUT JACKETS that were 8050 now 8500 G50and875a now 150 t i1How 250 100 now 200 MISSES LONG CLOAKS that were 8700 now 350 u 075 84 nni 54iBO nosy 200 I I II I 2r0 now IUQ Having made up our mind thcso gocyU must bo closed at onco Vo make prices to move them regardless of what they cost W EPerkins J 71t tf- JKentucky r loeI of of jtp 3 and L At 25C IAt 50C Choice large assortment Edgings with Insertion match inches wide Choice of six nice patterns Corset Cover Embroidery Choice of six patterns on Nainsook Cor set Cover Embroidery rl OItU Ky Jx M 1001 RUSSIAN Corn Cure removes corns In four days lOc Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS JoiiN t OWSMJY REID is quite ill JmftitfJ HOYIK STONE of Liberty HeroIpwY ATTOHNEY W S BUitcn Is JMhr JOHN RANGY is very ill with pneumonia MR G T HELM of Danville wns hero jesterday Miss BESSIE PFNiL1 TON is very sIck witH malarial fever MRS P M McRoiiBUTS is vbitinf hcrfsistcr at Area la MIL G D MCCOILUM of Junclioi was hero J VjlJiInsrelnllct MRS MATTIE a McrcerIlIuQtnldays Miss MAnY MORLEY Is visiting Miss Snlllo T Smith at Ijincaatcr Miss AuuiB LUTC8 is visiting friend in LcJrirgton and Winchester MRS Cuo BROWN of Mt Vernon I is the goes or Mrs JOt S Rice MIsS i t tJATEMAN of Bradfords vllle is with Miss Marie lnhony SIMPSON WONKR is back Irom the West not much improved in health Ina Wiu oocil has returned to Lexington after n visit to Turncrsvilli friends Miss RoiiEilTA Irons has returned from a visit to Miss Mary Walden ncnr McKlhncy MRS E W HARRIS of Lancaster with her son J Randolph Harris nt Turncrsvllle MR E T BEAZLBY and wife of liar rrodsburjr are hero at tho bedside or licazlcyj and little daughter of Orchard were hen yeslenlay shoppingI Misw MAUDE WILUAMB of Huston vlllc was the guest of her sister Mrs Barnes Wearen rGoo SlIHLLBY COrrBY of Walnut Flat Is hero under treatment of Dr E J Brown for eczema KRV8 L M OMBU and Gilbert Glas wonUo Louisville yesterday to attend the Pastors Association MR W J DOJUKR wife and chlldroi left Friday for Wartracc Tenn whet they nro temporarily located Miss MOUJK DAUOIIAHTY isspondinj several lays with Mess Annie Ashlocl In the Gilberts Creek section t MR FIBLDINO THURMOND and bride of Hart county are with his parent Mr and Mrs Sam C Thurmond MR J T GOODB of Indianairalh and Miss DollloGoodo of Boylo were guests of their sister Mrm B D Cat ter MKAND MilL HAHKY I AUiuDfl spent Saturday and Sunday with Dr and Mrs J H Durham at Bryant vine lIMa EutA irrH BAUOHMAN am- iJanlu Wood awl Ore My Pox of Dan 1 vlllc nro guests of Minos Katharine G Lynn BOBIIITT who has booh MR FRANK visiting Bwalo Onrtor has re turned to htahomontStnnford Somerset Journal Mns JULIA HuaiiBS slipped on tho Ice and foil at her homo Saturday breaking a rib and otherwise painfully injuring her Mn AND MUS 3oW B MBiMHONnrc up from Somerset to ace their dough t tcr Mrs J B Bealoy who continue very low with typhoid fever of Pinevilloa now A GOOD picture Mr W B King nppcaml postmaster MrCourierJournalin Sundays M B Kingoof lionKing is a son MorelandA picture of handsome Mist Eva Bailey of lInrro1sburg niJenred- In Miss Bai Fridays Courier Journal for ono of the Luro t ley Is a candidate that paper to the peon trips uttered by most popular young lady- LOCALST BEAUTIFUI winteT weather tills ALL work guaranteed for one year Jesse Perrin samples Is In and Springfllx line ui you are cordially invited to call and sec them H CRupley W H HIGGINS has added McCor mack Mowers Binders and Hay Rakes to his line of implements a syttj KEMIMIIII II G Colliers sale in tho East End Thursday FOR HENTTho storeroom on Lan caster street just vacated by Garlani Singleton Apply at this office A JOLLY TRAMP a splendid rural comedy has been booked to appear at Waltons Opera House March 28 JlBSTAUliANT barbet shop andre denco in Junction City all well located ofsale Write J Newton Craig City Ky ITuE pretty store of Severance Sons further beautified by a liberal t use of paper null paint It is now n Vdaisy in appearance from Stanford to prepare for paying position in Government Mall Service Box One Cedar Rapids inaIP you want a suit madetomeasur let us have your order We will save you several dollars See our ad this issue Cummins McClary Tim Ladles Aid Society of the Chris tian church will meet with Mrs James Messer at 2 oclock next Friday after noon A full attendance is desired Tim dwelling near Lancaster ownec l by Mr W C Greening now of Lex Ington and occupied by Mr Burdett burned Loss 1GOO insurance 1000 TUB Stanford Water Light S Ice Co will replace the incandescent street lights with arcs which will make Stan ford the best lighted town in tho country IK you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concentrated Crab Orchard Water for sale by W B McRoberts G L Penny and W N Craig It will do tho work You are requested to call and settle your account with me I have take in a partner in the person of my broth er Grimes Heailcy and must get my books straightened up J II licazloy HIGHLAND Is on a boom Messrs 0 G Speaks Frank Horton and Mom Skidmore are each putting up sub stnntlal residences there More build- Ing than the little place has had onetime in its history WANTED Information as to the ad drum of Moses Italian or heirs if he Is dead lie was a colored man and served in the 123rd US Col Inf and ad dres was Iincolntown Ky in 1865 Small recovery can probably be made Address Harvey Spaldihg Sons Washington D C Nuws comes from Clifton Forgo Va of the death of Mr C C Parrish who for years had boon H sufferer from 10 comotn ataxia Mr Parrish marricci Mia Mildred Lewis of this place wh survives him He wns n splendid gone toman and his death has caused sorrow whorevor he was know VON GHUKNIOAN Mrs Von Gruoni gun relict of John Von Gruenigan died Sunday and will bo buried at Grcunhcim this afternoon at 1 oclock She is sur vived by 12 children including Mrs J H Cnmonisch of this place Mrs Von Gruonlgan wan an excellent woman and n consistent mombor of tho Gorman Lutheran churc- hGosnavMr Alfred Swopo spent last week with his aunt Mrs Llizio Houten at Junction City Mrs Ifcttio Barnett and little grand son of How lund spent several days with Mrs John Gooch and daughter Mrs Annie Ritchie of Illinois is the guest of Mrs John Gooch and daughter Elder J G Livingston filled his pulpit hero Sunday Nick Good has rented the VanDoveer farm for this year It is hoped ho will raise abundant grain Mrs Delia Holdmun and children have returned to Somerset PunuiN Mrs Louisa M Perrin the aged mother of Mr J W Perrin of this place died at 1 oclock Sunday morning ntherhome in Lancaster Some time ago she suffered a stroke of paralysis and Wendcsday last she was again stricken Mrs Pcrrln was a devout member of the Christian church and was a splendid woman She made her homo here with Mr Perrin for while and during her stay mado many friends who nro saddened by her death Her husband died some 25 years ago but three sons are left to mourn the loss of a Godly mother Messrs J W D S and Robert H Perrin the latter now living in Missouri A GREAT ADVANTAGE Has the merchant who can buy a large lot or close out an entire line of merchandise We were able to do this in the purchase of our embroideries and consequently are offering some special values not otherwise obtainable We mention here some very special lots at very low prices BRING your prescriptions to Dr W N Craig for low prices and best ser vice Fon RENT Richard Hampton property on Logan Avenue For particu lan see Mrs Hampton or call phom 83ISPECIAL prices for repairing watches and clocks Call and get them Jess Perrin at Florences old stand on East MainaOPEN kettle New Orleans molasses hoc Arbuckles colTco 15c tomatoes lOc corn 10p Market price for produce P G Warner Son THE Lincoln County Medical Society will meet at Dr Steelo Baileys otnco here Tuesday Feb C Dr Hickle Brown and others are down for papers PUIIUC SALEI will sellat my tarm near Sugar Grove Schoolhouse on Thursday Feb my household nnd kitchen furniture funning implements com hay oats fodder two good mares If not rented privately will rent my farm of 50 acres R G Collier Crab Orchard LEICSLATIVE COMMITTEE VISITS CO SPRINGS The committee of Senators and Representatives appoinled to go to Crab Orchard Springs and determine ns to the fitness of that place for n feeble- minded institute visited the Sprint Saturday afternoon and if we arc any judge of human nature the members wqre pleased with lx th the place and the low price at which it has been offered to the State The following gev tlcmen composed the committee Senators Rives Hubble Owens and Gillcn water and Represcnlaliyes Soulhall Wright Alverson Shellman Thorn son Dawson Stewart Rcdwine nnd Sergeant at Arms tangmirc and Pug e8 Shcllman and Hicks Capt and Mrs J D Willis treated the gentlemen to a delightful lunch liquid appetizers hav- Ing been furnished by the Crab Orchard Commercial Club before After lunch the grounds and buildings were thoroughly Inspected and if there was n gentleman in tho crowd who was not pleased with the place ho did not ex press himself so Besides the several immense buildings there are 76 acres of land and the price 42000 includes everything bedding furniture of al kinds tables dishes stoves etc Immediate possession can be given and as the feeblo minded institute at Frankfort is in a sadly crowded condition it looks to us ns if the proposition of buy ing the Springs property and at once converting it into a home for the feeble minded is a most feasible one The brick building which contains 78 rooms and which is one of the very best in- in this part of the State cost close to 5100000 and this with tho many other buildings the furniture and 7fi acres of land is olTored for only 12000 Wo bollovc the committee will make n favorable report and oro many moons wax and wane the grand old summer rosort iMtronized in days gone by by the woulth beauty and chivalry of tin South will soon be known m morn as a watering place but will bo the homo of the States unforlunntos tho feeble- minded sons and daughters We did not interview tho gentlemen composing the committee hut in answer to those who think there is not enough land in the tract wo will state that hundred ofacres adjoining the Springs property can be bought nt a most reasonable fig ure The Crab Orchard Commercial Club did itself proud in entertaining tho committee and other visitors Rigs were at the depot to tako them where ever they wanted to go there was lots to eat drink and smoke and President Morris Secretary Perkins VicePrcsi dent Addams Treasurer Tatem and many of the members were untiring in their efforts to make tho stay of tho visitors pleasant Wo congratulate them on the splendid manner in which they took care of their guests and re turn ourthunks for courtesies received nt their hands Representative Alver son had secured a pledge from Master of Trains W W Wright to hold No 22 30 minutes in order to give the commit tee more time to see the Springs but a wreck beyond Mt Vernon delayed the train and it was 5JW when tho jolly crowd took its departure While wait- Ing for tho train lIon Fontaine Fox Bobbilt addressed tho committee and others and made the hours roll by rap idly Messrs M S Baughtnan J F Holdam J S Owsley Jr E D Pen ninglon and the I J man joined the committee here and accompanied the members to Crab Orchard GOLD silver and soft soldering dune neatly and cheaply by Jesse Perrin at Florences old stand A Goon job printer who can feed a cylinder press can get a position by immediate application at this office FOR SALB on Rn TDr J K Van Arsdalos residence Possession given at once Apply to L R Hughes Stan ford Ky IT is reported that tho members of the courtmartial have recommended clemency in the case of John Paul Mill er of Lancaster charged with hazing at Annapolis Mn J H BOONE one of Stanfords best citizens has decided to locate at Somerset having bought the grocery business of Cook Newell in that city Ho will dispose of his livery business here and it can be bought at a bargain SENATOR TOOK HUBBLE of Lin coln is growing impatient because of the brief daily sessions of the body of which he li a member says the Louis vine Times Its all right to adjourn on Friday to give us all a day for our personal affairs said he but we should get down to work better when we are here I am used to getting to work early in the morning and making a day of it This meeting atll oclock and adjourning for dinner is too much like idling away the time We should have two sessions daily halt Dray tiUiz Form and toy IHIIIO It Ibis lIrlh mile from house of 8 clutrrn noiir For term Ky tFour burg pl nt foul to Imp Jrr lolhat Align uIIIIIi Itod Work Kn 183 lift J 0 Jtiig PreSS sal i Fiirm new 1 III Oorn flouter r il hug Iae I nnd In Houxo hold Hcrvcd lloraea told lit T lin- n 111 T li reached jrl comfort VII WJfl CRSCNT ROUTE ND SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special lit Semite January Sib 1506 Solid Pullman Train L a CINCINNATI 02311LEXINGTON UrAO V Iinrv vM OwtMmetlonaSu torNJacA mviijn uud AtKWtlne via Cliatta 111 and MlauU Florida Limited Solid Train Leave CINCINNATI 630 A H H5XIWHTON 100S A M DANV1LLB lliO item Coat rnllnun Blcrnfrs Ob fr TatlonanU Ulnlni Can for J ksonvtuc St Aiurun Inr Hhrctf AFIandewolrlean- lrtaChatlanoetaAllanlaand nhtnlinghaN Queon Crescent Special BoIM train Cincinnati Lcxlncton Din villa to New Orleans via Chattanooga And llirralnchim mw through Iullman mloe to Jacksonville via AOievlllo and Kavunnah and Ctuirlratun- Wlnlrr tnurUt tltkrt noW on sate at reduced rater For Information apply Chai W Zcll D P A Cincinnati n lag P t T Lellpoa Ir a lasso JURlUIoa GItrwrCINCINNATI I Asb I I At 50C of five patterns in allover Embroid I ery for and Yoking II I Baby Sets We an line baby IAt sc unusually showing IIof I tion These big values SON KENTUCKY I WANTEDBrighthonestyoungrn nngtlalllnvtluuerrHARtttFrS DI Cuba Iyoking r Ii SUITS Choice pretty V Waists pretty 1Linen SEVERANCE STANFORD loridaNew MEASURE i CUSTOM TAILORING ii seeOurSpri ngSamplesr iSave Several i i placing an for your ibwith us IT COSTS US SpringiTO CARRY SAMPLES lines for thin reason our LOWER We guarantee to nish best quality style and i furiand to fit customer i ii For Nice Fitting Suits With Snap i and Style Seeii CUMMINS i i McCLARY i t 4vNtiN1N1 NNN11 NtiN1 iIt IL1M I ti H Iiu IIE i Ie toI Iti TO are are order ARE every 111111111111 + 1 ++4H FidI1333tFiI4itMFiii 1 INENS ALLL GRADES THE BEST FABRIC FOR SPRING OHAIRS BLACK COLORS WHITE AND i 11 1LADIESNDERWEAR ALL SIZES AND Xe IPRICES J IM 1iI OTTON BLEECHED 1IBROWN IN ALL ANDI OILCLOTH WHITE fiD COL I ORS 20c PERYARD It St LMHUBYCODry Goods Notions Five and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY Utltll II it III IUlltttUIUllltlllllltitt I The Interior Journal Entered in tlie Post Office al Stanford ai utrnddati matter- PODLIsfBD TUKSDAYH AND FIUPY AT 700 PER YEAR CASH IV When not paid 1200 will be charged E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J Hr IOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY AND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service Reasonable Rate Call on Ul on Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal B D CARTER r Successor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your is solicited Hone bandied on commission Stock Pone In Connection RESTORATIVE CURES NERYOU5DEBUnf physleLmentalandnervepenonaltngnetlemlthetrot7peotperfect tDaDbond the era requisite lagpod bullhr llrngK1f IDeDIJ Calm Nryes Navas Dsbinn yauang nry Yltat Wak H Pr lr tln SIanaUtd other trouble duo to oTerworkamoklnff dnijr habit and OthereaueaMake rich hwilthy blood sod repair wasted fierrra iaalrstood tor women lkltC free lYIrallxoaboifrltVaotoINA with ageeahtee to remmt rerreR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO tI A rOB BALK AT PENNlfl DRUG STORE JeL Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They willexchange I urnUuro for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e 1tee8T Undertaker Embalmer anti Dealer in Harness Stddlery s tic STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Home Phone 33 tCONSUMPTiONS WARNING inside facts soon become evident In outside symptoms Uiu 0 G GREEN 4frlie aid of scientific inventions is not lungrzreadily no by an ne of average tclligimcc QThere no disease known that gives so many plain warnings of its as c riSlfn no serious disease can be reached and thatI if the medicine used is Dr consumptionI the are congestion or the bronchial tubes qwtI the gradual weakening of the lungs ac expectoration4But tough even if dread consumption liar already attacked your lungs German Syrup effect a CUTCaS it has before in thousands of apparently hopeless cases of lung trouble INc w trial bottles 25C Regular size 750 At nil druggists a For tale at Penny Drag Store FARMERS DEPARTMENT Lutes Z Co sold to G C Givens 70 ewes at 5 Lot of good cultivated hemp seed for sateRhr West Hyattaville Ky The Lexington race track which was owned by the lato S S Brown is for sale Fun SALE 250 shocks fodder Good place to feed It Givens Carter Moreland Iy J C Pepples Prcaclicrsville wants to buy some lOO pound hogs Ho has 700 shocks of fodder for sale At Harrodsburg Isaac Scott bought 25 1200pound cattle at 3c Ho nine sold 51 fat hogs the same day at 41H EsTRAy lack sow bobtailed will weigh 175 pounds Loft six weeks ago Reward for her recovery W II Shanks Stanford Madisonvillo Hustler says tobacco will be shipped from Hopkins county t0 Christian county market becauso their moneYjnesold to W L Reynolds of Cynthiana the Hartland farm two miles West of Versailles at 150 The place contains 455 acres and is handsomely improved A red heifer with a few white spots blind in one eye came to my place September last Owner can get her by proving property and paying for her keep and this advertisement J M Dye McKinney At T R Ramseys sale in the Paint Lick section of Garrard Thursday the farm was bought by Miss Anna Coch ran at SO horses sold at 3175 to 160 12 twoyearold cattle at 2560 12 yearlings atlG15 and milk cows at 40 Before ono of the largest throngs EmoryvllleI breezed home an easy winner over Red Leaf the 9 to 1 shot while Proper the favorite asthird- Fallowing the success of the exhibition of poultry and dogs held under the auspices of the Kentucky State Poultry Association plans are being promoted for the organization of a Kentucky Kennel Club Under its auspices a mammoth exhibition of dogs poultryand pigeons will be held at the armory in Louisville next year 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 u splendid opportunity for some one desiring to go in business for the store and dwelling combined will be a great saving in rent etc Pos session given immediately For partic ulars etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Tho Original Foley Co Chicago originated honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Hone and Tar many imitations are offer ed for Uio genuine Those worthless Imitations have similar sounding names Beware of thorn The iron nine Foloys Honoy and Tar is In a yellow package Ask for it nnd refuse any substitute It Is the test remedy for coughs and colds Pennys Drug- Store By an error which has been discov ered was the fault of tho railroad en inocr who had charge of the plans for the new depot a new foundation will havo to be made for the 20000 building now in course of construction In drawing the plans and specifications the engineer made a mistake in pointing out tho distance from the main track to the foundation consequently the lines were dug five feet too close to the track ulvocate How to Avoid Pneumonia Wo have never hoard of u Single instance of aeold resulting in pnoumo fin or other lung trouble when Foloys honey and Tar has been taken It not mly stops tho cough but heals and strengthens the lungs Ask for Foleys Honey anti Tar and refuse any substl tnto ottered Dr C J Bishop of Agnew Mid writes I bavo used olcys Honey and Tiir In three very severe eases of pneumonia with good results in every case Pennys Drug Store COKNS CuiiEDCorn Exit will posi tively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns aro not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is- Inot speedily effected G L Penny Stanford Ky r IFan SALEAbout 41 acres of land 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 The 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 a IContra I Kentucky Real Estateexchange t TITLE CO INo To houses and lots Vatic To Crib Orcuil wlih lx and oQehalf acre ol land u ucheJ Hotb are frame cottages one conUtln e of 6 aud the other ol S room Stable two good spring tiC The buildings sir new and the fencing It onllnarj Two guaiaedem and ore acreala lttute WliLill ach place aeptrattl Am a whole Pi Ice on the protU u a bole llSOO Mo leiA lulU of 3M ao et oai and one halr miles nflrlh of lliiiunilllo on the Dinillle pike Two atoijr frame writing wren rooms errand hall ate Flu orcard bearing all kinds or fruit writwaredOuvorfailingipr1ngi building and fount are to loud Ir tfhnfua Ie iltiutel IB tba best trollon of Lincoln count and li an Idral home Ice bouM burn iird nil other occeMtiry outbuildings 1rlMfll 0000 No 1J Macro of land In lb town HuilU or Rowland about acres bottom land ono 53 arm In woodland Thep ace U well fenced and watered water woiki well and elates story frame building room hall veranda back pooh sum mt kitchen and good ridlar hood tarn and other IItCOlAar outbullulogi Including crib lintyplace a desirable bout clone to town and will sell cheap ono on easy terms No 140A lana ot l60 acre t mile beyond Me Kinney Lays well Improved and a right on plk Mo stuck barn U box stall shed on ear Ideanddrlrewa lncnters 2 other Luc and 2 tenant house 5rooui brick residence and kitchen and all other npeiiarf out buildings liullelDg and fencing In good reottr place well wittered cistern at bun and house pond spring ec About IMacretln Gnus and the mtl In cut U lion Price t9CCO00 No iMIOotrarm abjut mile this side of Shelby City room cottage 2 food No I good cellar under the kllcccn barn of e ullcrlbelc Building are In good repair adl- bfencingearemoderate Two pilogi anti good pon on puce About n acres In timothy and rioter rest In woodland Price 1 80000 No 150A q acre lana llngon Dlx rirer OUt Crab Orchard About 70 acre In cultivation and 45 ami In pasture Seat In good timber About 7J bearing Irult lrers on the laceu story a rum dwelling rdln and crib and a vtry good tenant hou bwhvWlaZe are la xtry- good fenct are not The plies Is watered bySneer falling ThI is a loud stork farm and la at a bartaln rrlce only ttfloo w NolSi Oottagllo Latcutir7 fet front and SWfeytdrwp All necewary outbuilding ucvpi bun Krerjlhlsg II new and In good ahapo Cut lace contain 4 rooms ball nand iul porch and basement Close to school churches ItC Price fZMMuo No 198170 acre Jinn tear Ituato tilldwelling acd barn a good portion of tbll place could be old for town lot U it watered ait the fencing and building are In good iondltlan This non ol the bet terms In the county Tin will is rich and will produce hemp etc Price I1JOUO pNa201dlacres ol UuJ collage of room good hall ana 2porcbea loud barn anti other nec urf outbuilding F ucing and buildings In good repair tare well watered a pl ndld well at boUM etc ltnd le all beret and produces well Young apple and peach orchard Ibis lain li abut a wile troui town Price SJWO NozoJA 2iO ice friu In the Waynobuig Kctlon about V miles burn 2 nil road station elate to p01 once atom ehurche tile La between Rural Free Delheer1 Itoute by 1datelour room tug bUIlt a picndld bun lzlu feet butlng and baa two good sites- is watered with DCTtrfalllng springs and a run Dlog branch through the pace It bas good rent log and outbuilding Price II too Term okay No 2O51u0 acre firm iltuatrd on the Waytfia bur and Ml Vernon road abut I milt lait ur WTotlburg 11a5Worn attaga 5t0 This placebelongs 0 a gentleman la Oalliurnlt arid he will std cheap anduu easy tutus oteJSOans5Ialle Irom Junction City 2 story room fr rae dwelling good burn rill- ewlkheuwetc All In go repair Ino uolog fendng M cr aIn gnu nd St acre In cuiur Uon tkeslureaaMofpcacbtw Iluiui appli A iplcndld grape nurUjr S6WJ Ibi grape sold lu onviear itact close to acbol cnurrbw tlr anti well wattrtd ntlicated well at house and tock well at taro e c rICO 55000- No 227 Aliut acres oflnd tulle irma Crab Orchark on Lancaler A goal dwell log well and all oelOlr Ulblldlol Place u right on Tbt iiagood hunt anti a carap iace 1 lie owner of this prollIlhnt llendr- ronKyandbamsdeup his to Ml Hill plate reserving Iff rlgbU on place It can be bought at a bargain ew us for a price No afarm of 242 acKf A handsome moll flU iawry brick riHino ulesly fuinltbed and to date lu every pattlcumr bore room o- npIasell lotatcdsudrent ablpropIry- ii dote to aoool In a fwd oolnlulI and one ol the nle at plm lu county large barn the place la well watered cud par well nt a hill on It Tb reluniT about 20 aura In culilralKin and rest in grad Punt i f fruit trh1r Thl b an idol hume aid a jileudld arm Price rraa unacre of Mad 2dwellltgiofl root eaeb Lir tobacco barn ltt lung neat to the lieut bun lu Lincoln county 2iuailto k baths ThliproiiorlyU twiu 2 good county rood and lewllug turnpike All the building and feirlnx sin In goal repair Place U writ wjuned Gal spring crate tic Splendid tobacco and andwM itlM U liarrel ol torn to the acre lbla nlaMioHkcatheowntrfrom 23 to rear enc on IlIntmlni a If out the rprapws youareluuklagfurabugstueblslyuurclaann No 2 are of land m Casey county on LlWrty and Columbia road 1welse boue nod SutwIn cultivation Buildings In ma11n shape and tenting god Uood limber Well at bouie iprUgi all over place and 2 ereke runnlug lluougti Will sell the as a whole fur llltxu on euy arm ur willUitM plow to Mitt A nice little 5 loom cottage All Otcfl- ry outbullillug anti a Rood garden About tulle from btanlord Ibl U g cheap pluG Priix 1900 colt No 27 9l acre farm In suite ol Phil Is awry e lOoni dwelling lore bttuu moke bouw writ house crib etc All the buUtlIlCt and fecelog In fair condllloni iood apple tutliird about a aeiea IncultUallon la tlmllolr Waierrd by a nicer falllue well and widen ol South lurk late ft No 2U OuB vacant lot In Junction City at Southeast rjrmr of lucui and Orofion cnel routing feet uu imfiuit Nut and running Itfuthun Lueui alrewt fret Pries f cash No HI Home and lot on Ivan treat In htaa ford lead garden etc Everything Is goixl ice pair Price 1600 l3Nlu 4 room cotUgoand acre of land 5100a116 A nice larte store room end lwrUrn above coiitlilng ol tireral nicely lurnlsUcd com gn d luru and lot aid all utoesaatr uiiibulldlnx This prvlerlyIsIngood repair sliuied ou Atulu abort lu I11Ir In the butlbni 0rtlou of town Tbl propertywill halOllI of a bargain sad iaplcndldCK ruiulty to tome one dmriug to o In tutlLets r the Store and dwelling Mug omblued will Ie ageeat saving miteic No 113A farm of Ml orrr situated about ollo Irons blaufoid atd tulle from Crsb Irritant on the wter of IXtlar trick Toe plate cut In lout 12 Held audcanlxubillvldnl About 2VI ern It In culllvatloa timber tulficltnt to keep up peace Ofleund uhlf story frame dwtllluic vf room hallo porrhela Two Ice liouica burns grauiryj corn Pl c l well waivr ml two good ililtruj at tbe door ruuiilUR trram through firm All building In gad he except ne Iwrnj fencing fair likuN let acre thus esylo 117 A snit of acres slant I louts from Stanford lay well and well watered A good per lion ol the farm In blue grail K fuiufurlable Iwelllug a large liiru This properly on a pleudld pike tics to Kbol tic trice IIS per are No us A fiuw of nhaut 16 ncreon one of Ibe be t In the county A bundmmin two story Inline dwelling Had one of Ibe IlIrllIod best burn In the county This duce Isellraiertd nod about II Urludiic tone log is In 1lenhlIlr In a good cuiiiiuunlly close to schools trod 20 mlnuUi front itunford Thl It very dtilrable bomo Price 010 acre of land two lcry front collage room ball tic llousal new a good garden and splendid orchard of one and one hAlf acre fencing good tw aiable Buggy house moke iouetito Agoodweilonplaes Tberelaleum good mill on ibo place a In mill It run by natural tower which great fvonomr and thedml In plendld Phis proptrty is iliualed In ooe of the brat farming dUlrlct ol the county alwuH mile hum titaufurd there Is always a ready gala for the flour and meal u soo- naground WfIlI1acl1lbl plus for 22400 h a bargain Ibe bulldlngaloneconld not be up for Ibis money No ll9IOOacref trio aiout3 mllrt from town Int tacitly In cultlvntlon well wIlier tdelc SmnllrJttngeoMoiir room large burn Proj rty well fenced etc Price I pet acre 323 acre In Allen county Kj on rail road stud pike about acre cultivated about 15 In timber and grate nnd about ISO In grass Timber on place U cut to 18 incite but will make burro timber blnltI lei tics stud coral wood enough to arty tot the place twice over A large part U fenc cd Theta are four dwelling qt 4 rooms CtuhUIone ore ofutxisloileanlturooa above has wells and springs ot water li 10I 2 miles of county seat and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 82200 Ouebn cash yICy8 yearn ago Steam and water power the latter 8 month of tilt year It is an up todate roller mill with burr for corn and meal bolt The engine la of 7yeare runt It acre with the mill Including what Ia with thfl lioute of 3 rooms Allfor55550or5 500 fur the mill and 14 acre Ono halt cash Ilas floe trado No will In 10 wile No 7SCO acre of land rear Junction Cttycut in seven tlelll 21 acres In culilvlion rot In gram a nice young orchard and one of the best kill bar hors In Kentucky Party told 2 undof goodCmroom frame dwelling good barn crib fIe all In good repair WSO- No JlSeven ruotn dwelling good cellar and acre land beyerfstangwellandspring Fencing and In rendition Cuapplace to too IVlllenilasmall family No 4 Two story frame dwelling room I ball and veranda Oool grdeo fencing anti house In loud repair For ule or rent Irlce rnaMnable- Ko 35 If andScserve of land In McKIn nKr Ne Mrf outbuildings Fencing good easytermsNo 7529 acres of good land fix rooms Iwo story UlnfIt watered good fencing IIthe ubllr ol Stanforxt close to hndsdIt- prltoilrpua4oasurcbeu TYlslsaieitni4etom- eNa276room frame rottig and on acre o land In Ktngnllle Ky Large barn smoke house repe0lNo 1l1Tn acres of land two story front tage aeven rooms ball etc house to new a good snln and spleadld orchdot IY ene fencing goal lwostaldeelbuggy bousetmos house eta A II also a goal mill oa the place a g od crusher in mllh It to run by oat ural lowrwhich li a peal economy aud the dm to In good repair Wilt sell th tiropertr at a low figUthf No 26 Frame hotel lrg rooms doubt versa da hallway lira A large 2 awry tloreruoi fronting street 30 fret from hotel up stain ula log 2 nice cotUgM nicely furnUhed Alarge200feetmoacyPoprietorhasrefusedtoceutpropety month Ou account of III bulihot hi wife lonl reason for wiling proprietor desire to ucbaa countyHo 73 acm of good land located close to town Irks R2Z0 UnjnlfpThlopporwnieesforrroiltableInvestment as the Mntl slrpl Dtluwhkh It now fitly described as Pros peiity Valley The timber Is becoming B0t valu piefromdiminishing are constantly increasing their par chasesoftimterlanhlatheSouth when the tin tr Is removed the land Is uneqiuled for agrkultu act purposes It will a bate of cotton to the acre or will VOW any other kind of crop raised In the temperate zoije The soil nN no fertlHrers an1 glues a yield hkb cannot M excelled taxes art low the title Is perfect and the sun who buys Delta farm and timber lands at present prices is making an In vestment that be will never regret This tend Is dl vUed Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract to IVDU acres w the tract and prices from 21 per acre to Ji6 per ana accurJin to location tit W ar UII1 by company who owns lheelands to SUM that as other parties are considering the purchase of these lands that we oiler these tracts sub eello prior sale vlthJrawal from market or change price without notke However when notified enughfortheyeetlussr11000 sues of this lanj has been soUby the Cat perIculancountyGytodoto lu every particular coo rood dwell log with Lmprortmrnti and ID aero of fine land close 10 Southern railroad trIce III 000 No 19 ton area of land near Crab Onbard cheap No 3110 tom of Ian ion tulle from Somerset Kycjllnmten adds Forty atm In cultlTa thin 40 arm In pastor balance In timber rnrl1 Feaeesandbulldingslnaplenadid No nL1Ti0 aern of land fa Fnr4 countr Ku ilx iulltsiroiu railroad andmfle from Artantr river Seventy acres of land a river helium Is BntclaulandahdingraM Tbt land Is fur sale or xchnaNo Twoilorv frame dwelling of six room two ball VrandaCwell at duor and all etne neontary outbuildings Also large blacksmith ihopGOxJOandbeJi full length of hop and verylowPyFumeoutbuildings a tens ln cultlvatlcn mt lu Well watered yards from poaofacvsdrool- ndehurch lsywenonpdke and iq good coin wurtlt NotkaOarr farm JJ mile of Crab Urchaid Ky lirick dwelling brooms two tenant hoUK twobarns well and prlog nrr dwellliig Farm In high sta of cultivation serve river iMlloin land good fencing fruit eta PrU W7W an son No vrA nice firm at Highland seep Improy edwell watered etc Price Stou 96 aces of land on Jamestown rood south ol Duhnvtae too acres in euUvagn about vt sue In harer and rest In grass Marge new Name delnf altoaa oMddlhicon rate A new lam end two ol ones Ills well watered and the fearing Is rood On pufrBc roJ Price 1400 Central Kentucky Real FAtale S TltleCo Uanfnrd Ky UMBRELLAS tecor reid repaintand made afroost s good sa now for a iciall amount I can fit your umbrella better than the tramp opatreri and for less money Olve toe a trial PRANK ATKINS Stanford Give Me Your Order Can Please You +Why buy ronilynmilo clothing whets the ra 1110 lltllii illlT nilice III tho prlow of high llitlurkbualltveasuitviTiontM trousurs fniuy Suet Tho otnjmny I represent In ono of the last II U KUlLEY the Tai- lorPOSTED We whose unto appear below strictly turbid hunting fishing or any UlncTof tree passing on our places and will prosecute lolatoro to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate AJor Kclchenbcch HriS Fred VonOruonlganAlbort VouOrueulgan Fred VonAIlman Fred lluumann Alfred Simpson George Untrue MIss Mattie II fu e Kelchcnbacb Charles Oummlus Joe Uallou A 0 Ounn 3 M Holmes W E Amon W U Daugherty K J Hoffman 0 Klmore Peter W Jurter J NevIn Carter J E Bruce F Hhomakcr Thomas Ferrlll Green Kerrlll Conn John li Oampnlcn SamTrnwbrldge A D Itoot Oharlc Enssll Frank Cord lor Mrs 81 Ilayden Welch Peter Ilaliner John Melee Bimuel LIndsey Jacob Gander Mrs Alice David Mary Hoffmann L P Nuunelley J W liaugbman Cnrlstena Orayson J O Carpenter Jacob JtMweln Sam Dameron F BARGAINSI IN UNDERWEARWHILE Heavy Sanitary Fleeced that sold for 50c agarment we will sell at L 35c a Garment iWHILE THEY LAST Orl rSAMROBINSON T Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Kentucky n Skate n Journal Frankfort Kentucky rteOnly Daily and Weekly Published nt the CupitaV unit tins only ono that ever took the Aisociatal ProM Reports tins rece Sly been enlarged and greatlyImproved It mnkcs n pj ccmlty of LOCAL 3HUS including that of the Court of AppcaU State Fiscal Court The hale al Court It is ej1 Kcinlly IOLawyer Subscription yearly 84 Monti reiniU ice to W P WALTON PROR Frankfort Kentucky Cbe Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January J 1906 21600000 OFFICERS a U W f S H SHANKS PRESIDENT w O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT Jt DAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERj DIREOTORS J II OwiaBV Stanford 8 II Slljaas Stanford 0 W OAIITKK Turners ellie Vt II CUMMIN IreaahrrtTllle 1 O OIMHM WnynfiburR W II TitATivon Ollwrt Creek U L Hankie Lancaster W 0 WAIKKU 8tanf rJ J Porren Stanford W II SiiANidtBUnforJ J li PAxrnx HUnforU We rrnidftfitUjr mllclt thf niixiHiiUof InllvkluaU Plrni iinU Ooritoralton hunks mil ItiinktrM Hr pr0Imml to Ittrnlfh nil liCpnlture Mich nrronimoilMtloni ne rotiualentwith ale Im king Mutlirn Hnfuly IVxwlt Ituxenln War vuull fur usrour Ultollllre First National BankStanford Ky Capitol Stock 50000 This limitation wm orlplnallT elablliih d the hank of Stnnfnrd In un then reorganized M the National Dank of Stanford In UU and again reor anlied ai tbo Llrit National Bulk of Stanford U 1882 having had practically an uniutar- rnpted cxltieore for 43 yme It is boUce Upnllod now with fftcllltloa fur tfansatt tor budnos promptly and well than over before In Hi long and bonorahU career Accounts of IndlYlduals fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Offldera J IIOOKRK Press 8T IlAHHt V 1rei J3 MOKOIIKIITH Ubr W II WKAItKNAiatfhr u Directors r held JhllnUe 8 T Ilarr SUiJjri J S Ilockor SUuIuiJ McKluneyM 6 II lUtiEliutan tHanfora T V HIM Stanford Jaa Koblnton Iluhbi 1 II llnuthianu SlADforu J Iellua Slanfortf 0 U Tate Stanford F YOUR WANTS I Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash prices by W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD Pt 1 PKUSOSAI supervision given to all IVwcrlplJoiiB conipoiinilcil tN11iw N Riti1 VitNW91oetiN 1OtiN11 CrnitI Heroin Coinpoiinil CrnijrH Heroin Conipountl aS WILES BABY FIRST BEGINS TO SNEEZE GIVE I Craigs Heroin CompoundJc JT ClKKS THAT IIOAIISE AND CKOrPY WI1EEXE I ANI STOPS THAT ItATTLING SOlTNDciv r- w 250 roe AND 10 SIZES AT a l CRAIGS DRUG STORE I pnnodiuoQ UIDJOJJ IIMUIO pflnodIUOO uiololi 0Biu13