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ITHE0 INTERIORI JOURNAL STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2 1906 NO 99 FARMERS DEPARTMENT R B Wilkinson bought of Mark liar din n 1000 pound beef at 3c Jon KENT Twentyfive acres or hemp land for 1906 SeoC C Carter Stanford It Foil SALE Seven coming three and fouryear old mules Clay Floyd Hus tonvitlo Ky Fou SALE shocks 250 fodder Good place to feed it Givens Carter f Moreland Ky J C Popples ProncherBvillo wants to buy some 100pound hogs lie lion 700 shocks of folder for sale C A Dougherty of Bourbon county sold his farm of 121 acres at 125 It had no improvements except a tobacco barn W L Reynolds of Cynthiano pur chased from John L Hopkins the Mc Lcod farm of 455 acre In Woodford county for 325Q- ESTKAV Hlack sow bobtailed will weigh 175 pounds Loft six weeksago Itoward for her recovery W II Shanks Stanford ti J C Caldwell delivered to Simon Well 217 export cattle that averaged about 1100 pounds 445 There were 14 car loads Danville Advocate J W Young of North Middlctown sold two jonncts to a Pittaburg man for 250lie also sold to W J Davis of Hutchison a 4 ycar old jack for 334o Black barrow weight about 00 lbs came to my place four months ago Owner can got him by paying for this notice and his keep U Eo Gaines Walnut Flat 3U- J C Halley has a pair of the lest matched geldings in this part of tho State They arc rich bays close to 16 hands high and are exceedingly well gaited They should bring him n small fortune A red heifer with a few white spots blind In one en came to my place In September last Owner can get her by proving property and paying for her keep and this advertisement J M Dye McKinnoy Az agent for E F Spears Son of Paris Mr John II Foster has bought about 1000 acres of hemp at 4Jc per pound This will bring to the farmers of Lincoln county in the neighborhood of 00000 The excellent prices Mr Foster y have attracted the attention of hemp raisers in the neighboring counties and he hits bought a largo acreage of hemp both In Boyle and Gar rard counties Mr Foster is not only an cnccllcnt judge of farm products but is n man of great energy and always succeeds at whatever he under takes A few more like him would make Stanford and vicinity eclipse in business enterprises Now and Thon Sumac thnriiughnmlrnrelul physician invent in his prneilro some special medicine that proves so universally uuccessful whenever proncrll ed that ho prwoeils tojljlnc it Inforo the pub lic to bo reached by the newspapers Thl U the history of Ur CnldwulP ilaxntlvo Syrup 1ujwlii For years pivsiTibed by lr W n Caldwoll for onstlpntloii and all disorders of liver stomach and bowel It was at lust manufactured on a largo scale and h now the most successful med ic tno in the world fur theo 1UuneH A pure aclanttdo tonic laxative syrup pleniwnt to take and perfect In results Try it Sold by C L Penny Stanford and C W Alums Huston vllle at SOt and MUM back If it tails While chasing an escaped prisoner ShcritT Pleas B Broaddus of Madison ran against the limb of n tree and was knocked unconscious In falling his nose was broken r+ A Card Tills is to ctirtlfy that nil druggists arc authorized to ivfund your money If Foloys Honey and Tar falls to euro your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and Prevents 4 serious results from a cold Cures la grippe cough and prevents pneumonia nnd consumption Crtutalns no oplutos The genuine is In a yellow package Kefuso substitute Penny Drug StOIOIA bill was Introduced in the House of the General Assembly by Representa tive Bourne providing that every Nro c and life Insurance company doing business in the State shall keep on deposit with tho Insurance Commissioner bonds or securities a par valuo of 100 000 to bosubjected to demands against such company to judgement Coons CuiiEi Corn Exit will positively remove corns In four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund tho money to each and every customer whoso corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky r t CHURCH MATTERS Ell J G Livingston will preach at Mt Olive at 11 oclock Sunday morn IngJohn Morgan Chapter Daughters of tho Confederacy held memorial scr vices at the Christian church at Nicho er Insyillo in honor of Gen Joseph Wheel Rev S B Lander will preach in the Hustonvillc Presbyterian church next Sunday Feb 4th morning and evening Morning service at 11 oclock Subject Rest Evening service at 7oclock Subject A Tale that Is Told While her favorite oldtime hymns were being sung at a meeting Methodist church especially for old peo1 tile Mrs Mary A Lewis at Hopkins vllle was stricken with apoplexy and died before she could bo removed from the building A Habit to Be Encouraged thUthahltChamborlalnsCough Renedy sues herself a great amount of uneasiness and anxiety Coughs colds and croup to which children are susceptible are quickly cured by lu use It counteracts any tendency of a cull to result In pneumonia rued If given us soon as the first systems of croup appear it will prevent the attack lhlll remedy contains nothing Injurious and moth ers give it to little ones with n feeling of perfect security Sold by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stanford Ky James Weir naged banker of Ow onshore Is dead Tho Brownlow and Ev ns Republi can factions are now lined up over the Governorship of Tennessee Maxwell Blake of Missouri has been appointed Consul to Funchal Madeira to succeed Thomas C Jones of Ken tucky Chief of Police Henry Deputy of Nowort after being pronounced dead lived for five hours before the end finally came The executors of Marshall Ficlde et tate estimate his personal property In Illinois at iOOOO000 and his tally ut 25000000 State Revenue Agent J F Hawn filed suit at london to recover tax for tho Suite for five years on property to the amount of 165000 A delegation of citizens from Mad ison county will today otter the General Assembly the grounds and build ings of old Central University at Rich mond tor tho establishment of the pro posed State Normal School Lamb Back This nllmcnt Is usually caused by rheumuUkin of the nusoUti and maybe cured by applying ChnrnlHirlaln Vain Halm fcro or three times a day and rubbing the parts vigorously at each iippltciitloi If this does not af ford relict hind on a lice of llanel slightly dampened with Pain Halm and quick relief Is almost sure to fol low For solo by Dr 11 N Craig the popular druggist at Stanford Ky Tho Supremo Court of Missouri has nflirtnl the death sentence of Lord Soymoro Harrington und has fixed March 1C as tho date of execution Officials of tho Tcnnesaes Coal Iron and Railroad Company at a meeting in Nashville approved tiro increase of cap Pal stock to 30000000 A Womans Martyrdom Is too often her own fault simply because slt wont take sulllolcnt trou ble to try a mcdlolne that no many thousands of women enthusiastically roupmmond vU Dr Cnldwolls lax litlvo Syrup Pepsin This bland soothing curative medicine regulates disordered functions of stomach liver bowels etc cud soon rostotvs sick women to perfect health Try It Sold by G1 Penny Stnnford and C W Adams IJustonvllle at Wc and 81 Monby back if It falls A milliner endeavored tosoil to a colored woman one of the last seasons hats at n very moderate price It was a big white picture hat Law no honeyl exclaimed tho woman I could nevah wear that Id look jes like a blueberry in a pan of Milk Ladles Homo Journal pee Defies Time Ono tho most beautiful women In America defies tho ravages of tlmo by simply keeping her blood purlllcd with Dr CaldwelPs laxative Syrup Pepsin It will do tho same for you If taken at tho least sign of bowel liver or stomach trouble it will grovont all kinds of sickness keep your circulation clear amid your skin and complex ion 08 fresh and pure us In childhood Sold by O L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Tlustonvlllc at fiOo and 81 Money back If It lullsI Tho author of the song On tho Hanks of tho Wabash has just died but he is not the songs first victim 1 INEWS NOTES A sovenycnrold boy shot and killed his mother at Campton because she had whipped him Hattle Rultman committed suicide in Louisville She was despondent over the death of her lover Former Governor Bradley delivered- an address at n banquet given by the Kentucky Society at St Louis An infant of Mr and Mrs S T Dudley of Lexington was found dead in its cradle The parents are prominent Col R A Mayes cashier of tho City National Bank of Mayfield Ky died of pneumonia after 48 hours Ill Hess Lola Driscoll aged 24 committed nut curio in Louisville by taking carbolic acid No cause is assigned for tha- deed prominentIthat place on tho charge of embezzle mentRumors of disorder among the Rur sian sailors nt Royal and Thonln are In circulation but they are denied at tho AdmiraltyThe of Covington frustrated a plan for a jail delivery by the timely discovery of a number of steel saws In possession of his prisoners An unusually largo illicit distillery was raided and destroyed by revenue officers in Taylor county Three al leged operators were arrested David Cleaver one of three Louis ville boys accused of holdups at In dianapolis was sentenced to from one to three years in the JclTcrsonvillo Re formatory A warrant has been sworn out against James P McWilliams cashier of the Star Building and Loan Asso ciation of Lynnvillc Ind charging him with tho embezzlement of 4100 Four bills were passed in the House of the General Assembly and three in the Senate one of the Senate bills being the loan shark measure to prevent the assignment of future wagesLeonard Cox son of Attilla Cox of Louisville and a prominent engineer in tho United States navy will resign to become chief engineer of the Hen demon Route of which his father is presidentThe of W A Newton at Little Muddy was burned Five hundred barrels of corn and two horses and a mule were destroyed The loss is 2 000 and no Insurance Tho origin of the fire is unknown King Christian of Denmark known as the fatherinlaw of Europe died suddenly at the Amelienborg Palace Copenhagen The accession of his suc cessor Prince Frederick his eldest son has been proclaimed Customs officials nt Now York found 100000 in securities in tho false bot tom of a trunk assigned to Isaac Hecher an Austrian grain Merchant on the steamer Finland Hecher denies ownership of the trunk The Capitol Commission and the Joint Capitol Committees at n meeting in Frankfort decided to ask the Legisla ture to appropriate 250000 for the new Capitol leaving subsequent assemblies to complete the work Peter Miller conductor on a Chesa peake Ohio freight train was cooked to death and Brakeman Edward Flyn was badly burned in a wreck near Owingsville Miller lived at Lexington and 1 lyn nt Mt Sterling Miller was 35 years old and leaves a frmily A disastrous wreck occurred on the Seaboard Air Line railway between Hamlet N C and Columbus S C by which four persons are dead and by which two others are said to have been killed Thocollision was between a northbound passenger train and tin extra freight Tho Legislative Committee appointed to inspect tho State prisons will recommend the appropriation of 5000 for the establishment of h special ward for consumptives in tho Bddyvlllo pent tentiary It is believed an appropriation will bo made for a similar ward nt Frankfort- In tho House at Frankfort Mr Drewry of Louisville called to task Mr Arnett of Kenton county for an alleged incorrect portraynl lof condi tibns in Louisville in a newspaper inter view in Cinclnnntl in connection with the recent election Mr Arnett re pudiated the major part of tho inter view declaring he had made no such statements as ho had been accredited him MMMMBIHMIMMWM TwiceTold Tales Some tales never lose In tho telling and the talc of good that Dr Cald wcllslnxatlve Syrup Pepsin will and docs do to all pour dyspeptic bilious sufferers is one of them It positively relieves and cures nil forms of Inv digestion starts up tho languid liver regulates the constipated bowels nnd restores the entire system to n perfect condition of health Try It Sold by 0 L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvillc at free and SI Money back if It falls 1w t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs A W Eastland died suddenly in Boyle Dogs killed 500 worth of Imported sheep belonging to Mack Wallace on the outskirts of Danville Copt Edward Bishop tho new May orof Lancaster was stricken with paral ysis Two physicians are with him and his condition is critical Hobert McKee of Danville died in Fort Smith Ark Ho was a son of tho late Dr Lapslcy McKee for many years Identified with Centre College Dnnville A number of Boyle county school teachers are said to have been swindled out of a considerable sum of money by n representative of the Kentucky Corre spondence College at Lexington Mrs Ellen Gilbert aged 62 died at her home near Speedwell Madison county after a few days illness of pneumonia She was the wife of Perry Gilbert a wellknown farmer George Owens of Barbourville was killed at Paris while working on a switch engine lIe was caught under the wheels both arms being severed Ed Williams five years John Frey colored life Lucy Fisher colored 13 years William Thompson colored 2 years were sent to the penitentiary at the present term of the Boyle circuit courtA from Somerset says that the Pittsburg Construction Co has signed a contract with the Water Light Traction Co of Somerset to complete the power house pod lay street car tracks at that place Somerset continues to boom Three women are scrambling over a pension paid to be due the estate of one Andrew Johnson Each claims she was nt some time the wife of Johnson and now all three are after his estate which is notlargc Johnson first mar riage took place in Stanford Plans practically have been com pleted by the Southern Railway and Louisville Board of Trade by which a special train will bo run to Danville and Central Kentucky in the near fu ture A reception will be given at Danville in honor of the Danville busi cess men- The half dozen printers employed on legislative bills at the printing plant of George A Lewis at Frankfort struck after joining the Typographical Union and it is feared there will be further delay in printing bills for the two houses J P Stack and C N Jacques of the Louisville Union organized tho local printers- A Richmond dispatch says n suit has been filed by M F Arbuckle N P Deathcrage A S Goot and Shelby Jett four of the most prominent men in Madison county against Messrs J Tevis Cobb exCounty Attorney John F Wagers exSheriff and N B Tur pin present County Judge The peti tion alleges misappropriation of county fundsD II Cox aged 31 was arrested in Woodford county upon tho charge of forgery and brought to Danville and placed in jail lie is alleged to have signed tho name of Dr Albert Baben drcicr to certificates of examination for application for membership to the Modern Woodmen of America Six indictments for forgery were found against Cox Friday Mon Past Sixty Danger More than half mankind over sixty years of age suffer from kidney and bladder disorders usually enlargement of postato gland This is both painful nnd dangerous and Foloyu Kidney Cure should bo taken at the first sign of danger us it corrects irrogulnrities and has cured many old men of this disease Mr Kodnoy Burnett Rock Port Mo writes I suffered with enlarged prostrate gland and kidney trouble for years and after taking two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure I fool bettor than I have for twenty years although I am how 91 years old Pen nys Drug Store MATRIMONIAL Walter Cunningham and Miss Nannie Pclly l oth of Casey wero married re centlyDavid Rcisa of Knoxville and Missi Jennie Smith formerly of Danville were married Tuesday Lewis CundilT deputy county clerk of Casey and Miss Martha Damron of Mt Salem wero married at Columbia past week For Biliousness and Sick Headache Take Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup It sweetens tho stinmch aids digestion and acts as aJgentle stimulant on thoI liver und tho bowels without ire luting these organs Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures biliousness and habitual constipation Docs not nauseate or und is mild and pleasant to take Remember tile name OKIKO and refuse to accept any substitute Iennya Drug StoreI Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac cordeons Concerlinas Harps Har monophones Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Mr J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky Arbuckles Coffee 15c 20 Ibs Granulated Sugar 1 W H HIGGINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY I wl Prepare For 906 COAL AND WOOD White Oak Gunnel East rVonnesseeJcll5co 0 Tell lJ Mountain Ash Tellico Barren Fork FEED Wheat Straw Millet Hay Millet Straw Timothy Jury Mixed Hay Corn Oats limn Shipstuff Big4 Mixed Barley BEST COW PEED ON THE MARKET Big4 Mixed FeedGround Corn Oats Bran and Barley for 75o per sack till Xmas Mro have a Crusher nnd can grind anything in the feel line Give us your order GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY a aerw woo is Cook Stove Bargains I 1 SECONDHAND STEEL RANGE IN FIRST ORDER 0 cup largo oven high shelf and closet Will lust ns long tia n new ono that Iwllrlllillg three times tho price 81200 SEES H ALDRIDGE lAN1 THE TINNER 1LUMBER PtMP AND FURNACE 116 DEPOT STREET IPHONE STANFORDI i at BUY YOUR Collars Hames Collar Pads Backbands i Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets Grub Tools c from George D Hopper Stanfofwh Ky Hardware Groceries Tinware Queensware Tiling Etc PRICESI 1 I The Interior Journal WALTONcI Tae name ot lion Tevis Cobb of J Richmond is being mentioned in connection with the race for the democrat ic nomination for Congress in this dist trict The fight for the nomination promises to be red hot this summer lion W J Price of Danville is being r talked of as a possible entry as is Representative Dick Miller of Madison Of i course Madison will not have two c- ansfand we expect if rumors bo 3true to hear of either Mr Miller or Mr Cobb announcing his candidacy i There is a proposition before the present Legislature to put Casey county in this Congressional district and if this is done it will still further complicate matters as a gentleman from that neck oHheiwoods will in all probability shy his castor into the political arena We are not at liberty to disclose his name just yet but if Casey is taken outof the 11th and annexed to this district we will more than likely hear from her i The candidate in question is a lawyer of ability a good stumper and has car ried his home county for his cause in the days when republicanism was in the high tide of its power lie is watching the proposition before the General As sembly and if Casey shall be added to the 8th district the question of his can didacy will be settled It may be add ed that there is a growing sentiment in the democrats of the State to re ward when possible the fidelity of their brethren of the 11th district who have remained steadfastly loyal to their principles when they were without hope of any immediate personal advantage J CRAIG RALSTON at one time one of the editors of the Danville Advocate was arrested at Port Arthur Texas on the charge of attempting to incite a riot The charges are the result of an article which appeared in the Port Ar thur Herald It was made rather con spicuous and stated that a mob was being quietly organized in that city to run out the Negroes who wereemployed in different works there Officers made inquiries and say that they word unable to find any ground for the allegations Mr Ralston is interested in the publi cation of the Port Arthur Herald and i a young man ofconsiderable ability an we sincerely hope that he will be ac quitted of the charge placed against him Those who know him can not believe that he has done anything in violation of the law f Join BOliN a noted criminal and leader in the safeblowing at Shoals Ind got away from the officer who arrested him and for a time made good i his escape The sheriff who had hi in charge thought the prisoner was to i drunk on the whisky which he had give him to make any resistance and when j rf his back was turned Bohn jumped iif through the car windowand disappear into the brush He was recaptured fibut not without considerable trouble This is another evidence of the careless ness of officers of the law They are paid to keep a watchful eye on all are in their care and should not trus to anybody or anything to take the place of own vigilence JUST after the noon hour Wednesday 1the House and Senate met in joint ses sion and listened to a speech by ex Governor Preston H Leslie now an honored citizen of Montana It has been over a quarter of a century since Governor Leslie visited the scenes of his early political triumphs and where ho served with such distinguished honor as the chief executive of Kentucky He is now 87 years of ago but is re markably vigorous and it seems that his advanced years rest lightly upon the grand old man i GEORGE ADE the newspaper man Iand humorist whose friends have been mentioning his name for Congress de- l l clines to make the race giving these as his reasons In the first place I could not get the nomination In the second l place I couldnt be elected if I did Ifi the third place if elected I would re f sign Surely no well informed voter would ask for a fourth reason liON JOHN G CARLISLE now of New York js in Frankfort to argue be fore the Court of Appeals the question as to the constitutionality of the Day bill which was passed by the Legis tlature two years ago and which prohibited the education of white and black races at the same school AN Indiana girl stole a shroud from the house in which she was employed In slang parlance she is not a dead one though the nature of her offense would indicate she thought she soon W6uldbe Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley S Co Chicago originated Honey and rue as a throat and luug remedyand on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine These worthless Imitations hove similar sounding names Beware of them The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar Is in a yellow package Ask for It and refuse any substitute It is the best remedy for coughs and colds Pennys Drug Store t POLITICAL By a vote of 65 to 21 the Croan dog tax law was passed by the House at FrankfortEmma Walker has been appointed postmaster at Dugansville Mercer county and James A thcrton at Stewart same county Secretary Taft sent to Congress sev eral important bills designed to increase the efficiency of the army Ono bill provides for the increase in coast and Held artillery Senator Ben Johnson offered in the State Senate Tuesday by request a resolution asking for an investigation of the management of the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley The Republicans in caucus at Frank fort heard charges against Common wealths Attorney J N Sharp of Whitley county citizens of Williams burg seeking his impeachment- In a letter to his secretary State Senator Harry Lancaster Representative Dave Smith of the Fourth Congressional district announced that he would stand for a renomination Representative Keifer of Ohio is preparing a bill for the reduction of Southern representation in Congress There is no probability of the passage of such a bill by the present Congress- A systematic study of the evidence in the Town Topics case is being made in the office of District Attorney Jerome in New York If the evidence is regarded as sufficient the Appellate division will be asked to take steps looking to Justice Duels removal from the bench The House adopted a resolution offer ed by Mr Gillespie of Texas asking President Roosevelt to furnish informa tion as to the existence of an alleged agreement between the Pennsylvania railroad and other roads in violation of the Interstate Commerce laws A motion to reconsider was laid on the table WAYNESBURG Mr S H Gooch who is tie Inspec tor for the L S M S It R com pany is kept very busy inspecting ties on the C S The merchants at this place are doing an extensive business There is still being plenty of timber hauled here which gives a great boom to the mer chantsRev R R Noel has been elected BaptistIgret very much to give up our for mer pastor Rev W R Davidson who has preached for us for the past four yearsMr T D Williams has moved to Dugansville to the property recently purchased from Mr Stevenson of Louisville Mr T J Gooch has moved to the property vacated by Mr Harvey Acton who lately purchased a house pikeoheronour correspondent has been ab sent for some time we feel that our town is being neglected on account of not being represented in the columns of the I J I dont think this should be done as Wayncsburg is the most prosperous and one of the busiest towns on the QC undertour teacher Mrs Mary Cochran Mr H II Singleton has resigned his position with the Spotswood Lumber Co of Lexington and has gone in business for himself under the firm name of H H Singleton Company We wish him much success as he is one of the most accommodating gentlemen in our town Miss Maud Stroud of Floyds Switch- Is visiting Miss Verna Gooch Mr Hendricks Hayes has returned from Somerset where he was prospecting for a position as bookkeeper in the office of Supt Waite Mr D S Gooch who has recently completed a course in the Millikin School of Business of Lexing ton has been working in the Dispatchers Office at Somerset as Chief Dis patcher Listons stenographer He will shortly accept a permanent position in that office Mr C M Gooch and friend Mr Doty of Danville were here between trains Sunday Miss Lela West Is visiting relatives in Cin cinnati and Lexington Hendricks Hayes and Dillard Gooch were atKings ville Sunday Revel Gooch who has been sick for several months is conS valescent and will soon be ready for work again lie has been employed for the past four years as telegraph operator for the C S Miss Vcrna Gooch has been visiting relatives at Floyds Switch Miss Bertha Jenkins has been visiting Mrs C C Gooch Miss Lena Padgett is contemplating taking a course at the Stanford Graded School She is one of the most ac complished young ladies of our town Miss Delila Singleton gave a delightful social to her host of young friends at her home near here Thursday evening The party was given in honor of her 22 birthday Mr Novice Johnson has returned from Oakdale where he has been working in the Round House He has accepted a position with his father who has a flourishing trade in the pro duce business Mr M S Matthews who has been our station agent for the past few years has had a very severe attack of grip We are glad to see Slick out again as he is one of the best agents we have ever had Here and There The East Jellico Coal Co Is preparing to open up valuable coal lands by an extension of the new Cumberland railroadA oil strike has been matte near Campton at a depth of 1000 feet The well is said to produce 150 barrels per dayForty bills were passed in the Na tional Senate including the bill pro viding for reorganization of the Con sular service Mrs Lucy Arnold the oldest resident of Henry county celebrated her 91st birthday by giving a dinner to her children and grandchildren Truly the withdrawal of the Con gressmans pass appears to be all that was claimed for it as a quickcnerof the Congressmans conscience- A Louisville and Atlantiq freight train struck a cow at Fosters Station and was hurled down a thirtyfoot embank ment The engineer was killed and two of the crew were fatally injured Thomas G Watkins formerly one of the bestknown newspaper men in Lou isville died at his home at Canmer Hart county He had been in falling health for over two years but his death was duo dirccly to a paralytic stroke In the Federal Court at Chicago Louis C Krauthoff formerly general counsel for Armour Co testified that Commissioner Garfield assured him that if the packers gave access to their books tho information secured would not be used in any criminal prosecutionIt that the recent sale of Davicss county tobacco consummated by the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company was made to tho Imperial Tobacco Company of England The 2270 hogsheads transferred will be shipped to Liverpool U New Hustonville Firm liming bought of Mctoriiinck 4 IVocock elcyweotlclinIntro hallo4hliny butcher stuff lit highest innrkt prfcvnnd having n tpliiulld meat cutter we ran furnish you with tim Ixnt Wo 810 buy ml kind of country product HIHIIOrV IIIMM ItusUmvlll Ky OFFICE OF OAKLAND Sivourrojf Supt Schools of Lincoln Co January 15 1900 Whites Concentrated Vntcr Co Crab Orchard Ky GentlemenI have been n sutler cr from acute indigestion and coati pation for years After having tried various remedies and receiving no relief I tlecided to try your Crab Orchard Concentrated Water After using same for two months I can truthfully say that I feel better than I have for years I want to say that it is the greatest remedy out for in digestion constipation und other like diseases I cheerfully recommend this water to all eulferers ltespeCtfullyGAII1tNh For sale ball druggi- stsPUBLIC SALE Two Houses and Lots and 33 Acres of Land in Stanford Ky Wr will on IONDAY KKII IUOI I- itwtralbhours of it unit In front of till courtJioumi dour In Htunfonl htghct- blddertllolfolte11ndlutlnHtnnfonl Ky which I now occupied liy M Brute It front tho public iUnre TIe pout li n neat cotlnRi with alx room AM HIP IIOIIM and lot nuwaccupltil liy J V Wiitiman till mlJolnlnIHtnwt UIH Inmlaof Mr Ihilnv HtilTiimii II J burnt mid other Tho house and lot xeupIrd IIT J i Vnttrn old lie itl ilflrraof will drat irwml cuirntely niiil thon ni ii whole fwd th hlil or bids uCIItd1hwill ln oll hy It TIoItHOIIPtltlnl mull rtiiuilmliT In two Wlllll liiKlnlliMeiit pnyiililti in lilt inmiltiHou loom with mctirlty Ixiir lug Intermit from dulls of suit imyulilo to P M McKolwt nit ng ate and wciirvd by lien on thtiroKrtv coulpllfnicebyIVMscKsloti to Ile clvitn on or lnfori Nub 91 IIM ItOIIKHT V 1lUIIXtM- Ily H O Wnrriii fact MAIIY M imutK I M 1I1UJUK HENR- YWATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YKAU FOR ONLY 150 Pew people In the United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all thing fair In all thing clean In all things It Is essentially a family paper fly a iptclal arrangement we are enabled to oar fer tbo WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL one yearend thla paper for tbe price named above Send your lubacrlptlon for the com bination to asnot to the CourierJournal I s w I I alIIsltratttlltttatludrtU t 1 OVERCOATS 1 j 1 Wo Imvo long stnco learned that Its helter for our customers I I and letter for us not to carry goods from one ecnrau to anoth ami so wo shall try at the end of each cciisoii to dispose remnants at a price that you can afford to handle 1cr do not want to carrytin OVKHCOAT 1In do this ofI Jmake the following prices on Mens Coals I All 82000 Coats go att Slf00i 1ojt All 81750 Coats go atr T250 31250 Coats git at J00 I IAn81000 Coats go at t 7GQ 81000 Boys Coats go It 760 8700 Boys Gents goat 000kI All SIOJOiI Gnats go ul v Jrr 1 8100 Hoys Coats go nt 300 8150 Boys Coats go nt t Sio 1All 8300 Boys Coats go alIevery Coat in the 1 1 I 1STF J MCROBERTS KENTUCKY 1 L Ieatttllltt atttttlttatl as aa U It- PARKERS HAIR BALSAM dies tail Imitmc IM htil1rvnMtrf a miaiUat I for Palls to itMtor urayl llalr to ill Youthful Color 0itendaiuu LlIno i A S PRICESu- rgeon DontlstiSTANFORD KENTUCKY1 Office over McKoberts Drug Store in tho Owrfey Building For Sale Privately homo acres of land situated jolt outside of town limits on tbe Somerset pike louse ban 7 room kitchen and ser rant room roof cellar stable and all accessary outbuilding Water bydraul In be yard and one for stock J P HAILEY Jesse W Sweeney Isorp talon Livery Food and Salo Stable Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cued for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates INSURA1CEIFire Lightning WindWorm Mf nnd till HTUUNOKMT nnd l1EHTonrywleslteprrunittytluweaclo a Able Itnton ordUiHKiuallfCl Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ilrildvaco hone No 62 MEW LIVERY STABLE Bun k CLASESON Ircri JUNCTION CITY KY frstOlai Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling NOD Grain and lap For Bain A Special Bargain Ono hundred mid sixty acre fiirni nlxjut 01 mill Nortwtst of Mtnnfonl Unoll twomory lir Kiudwelllnu n uplomlld stuck ham nan of tho Itent wntvrtMl farms In the nmKftnry oiithulhllim Hpltinlld ortllllrtl1 liiucroa in biueiru i never liovn plowed Tho whole form tut well nnd there Is no wiuto land on It FIve miles from Imnvllli and In n utilondld community Tin ImrKiiln alit the piece limit lv Mutt wllllllli wtsitlonljlvumitoncIFor HughllI Htllnlurd y y INSURANCEYour arc sure to die See and talk with It M Ncwlnml who will tliow you the policy bent adapted to your ngo lull circumstances Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid annually or defer red K M NUWLAND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 184J5 Dar1 Traylor DIALER IB JWhlskll Brandy Wines Beer Clears Etc Oarpntr Houle Oloie to r STANFORD KY Prompt and pollU ainnllon Nothing but tbt bu- sa drink Mall phone r Wltgript orders rusty troBptattootioa 7 1 J SEE THE NEW IDEAS IN HIGH GRADE BOX PAPERS NOW ON DISPLAY IN PENNYS WINDOW PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky TJ ry a Diamond Edge49Ax pYcsurcbutit may be made less the use of an ax that is made right fry a Diamond Edge worth every cent it costs ===4 GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford KentuckyJ i TO CLOSE OUT JACKIES that were 8050 now 8500 it II 150 II II II 550 noteIt it tr1OOItottnn 200 MISSES LONG CLOAKS that were 8700 now MO II II II II 1175 84 nUll 8450 now 200rII II it II 250 now L50 Having made up our mind these goods must ho closed at once Watt raakb price to movQ them regardless of what they cost v W E Perkins La 1LLkt rc b so Crab Orchard t Kentucky r L S t fThe Interior Journal lEC WALTON =TilE namo ot lion Tevis Cobb oft Richmond is being mentioned in coni nection with the race for the democrat ic nomination for Congress in this dis i trict The fight for the nomination promises to be red hot this summer lion W J Price of Danville is being t talked of as a possible entry as is Representative Dick Miller of Madison Oft course Madison will not have two candidates and wo expect if rumors be true to hear of either Mr Miller or Mr Cobb announcing his candidacy rThere is a proposition before the pres ent to put Casey county in this Congressional district and if this is dono it will still further complicate matters as a gentleman from that neck of the woods will in all probability shy his castor into the political arena We are not at liberty to disclose his name just yet but if Casey is taken outof the llth and annexed to this district we will more than likely hear from her The candidate in question is a lawyer of ability a good stumper and has car ried his home county for his cause in the days when republicanism was in the high tide of its power He is watching the proposition before the General As sembly and if Casey shall be added to the 8th district the question of his can didacy will be settled It may be add ed that there is a growing sentiment in the democrats of the State to re ward when possible the fidelity of their brethren of the 11th district who have remained steadfastly loyal to their principles when they were without hope of any immediate personal advantage rJ CRAIG RALSTON at one time one of the editors of the Danville Advocate was arrested at Port Arthur Texas on the charge of attempting to incite a riot The charges are the result of an article which appeared in the Port Ar thur Herald It was made rather conspicuous and stated that a mob was being quietly organized in that city to run out the Negroes who were employed in different works there Officers made inquiries and say that they werd unable to find any ground for the allegations Mr Ralston is interested in the publi cation of the Port Arthur Herald and a young man of considerable ability an we sincerely hope that he will be ac quitted of the charge placed against J him Those who know him can not be Hove that he has done anything in via lation of the law JoiN BOHN a noted criminal and leader in the safeblowing at Shoals Ind got away from the officer who ar rested him and for a time made go = i his escape The sheriff who had hi I in charge thought the prisoner was toy o drunk on the whisky which he had giyc t him t6 make any resistance and whe jumped4ft r ed into the brush He was recaptured butnot without considerable trouble This is another evidence of the careless ness of officers of the law They ure paid to keep a watchful eye on all wh are in their care and should not trus ttoanbody or anything to take the rt co own vigilance JUST after the noon hour Wednesday i the House and Senate met in joint ses sion and listened to a speech by ex Governor Preston H Leslie now nn honored citizen of Montana It has been over a quarter of a century since Governor Leslie visited the scenes of his early political triumphs and where L ho served with such distinguished honor as the chief executive of Kentucky He is now 87 years of ago but is re and it seems that his advanced years rest lightly upon the grand old man mannJ and humorist whoso friends have been mentioning his name for Congress de i clines to make the race giving these as his reasons In the first place I could not get the nomination In the second place I couldnt be elected if I did Ii the third place if elected I would re sign Surely no well informed voter would ask for a fourth reason liON JOHN G CARLISLE now of New York is in Frankfort to argue be fore the Court of Appeals the question t as to the constitutionality of the Day bill which was passed by tho Legis lature two years ago and which pro hibited the education of white and black races at the same school AN Indiana girl stole a shroud from the house in which she was employed Inslang parlance she is not a dead one though the nature of her offense would indicate sho thought she soon Would be Pirating Foleys Honey and Ta Foloy Co Chicago originated irony ami Tat as a throat and lung remedy and on account of tho great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many Imitations are offered for the genuine These worthless um Ittitlons have similar sounding names Beware of them The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar is In a yellow package Ask for It and refuse any substitute It is the best remedy for coughs and colds Pennys Drug Store- 4LIIJ f POLITICALr By n vote of 65 to 21 the Croan dog tax law was passed by the House at FrankfortEmma Walker has been appointed postmaster at Dugansville Mercer county and James Atherton at Stewart same county Secretary Taft sent to Congress sev eral important bills designed to increase the efficiency of the army OnO bill provides for the increase in coast and field artillery Senator Ben Johnson offered in the State Senate Tuesday by request a resolution asking for an investigation of tho management of tho Confederate Horne at Peweo Valley The Republicans in caucus at Frank fort heard charges against Common wealths Attorney J N Sharp of Whitley county citizens of Williams burg seeking his impeachment- In a letter to his secretary State Senator Harry Lancaster Repre sentativo Davo Smith of the Fourth Congressional district announced that he would stand for a renomination Representative Keifer of Ohio is preparing a bill for the reduction of Southern representation in Congress There is no probability of the passage of such a bill by tho present Congress- A systematic study of the evidence in the Town Topics case is being made in the office of District Attorney Jerome in New York If the evidence la regarded as sufficient the Appellate division will be asked to take steps looking to Justice Duels removal from the bench The louse adopted a resolution offer ed by Mr Gillespie of Texas asking President Roosevelt to furnish informa tion as to the existence of an alleged agreement between the Pennsylvania railroad and other roads in violation of the Interstate Commerce laws A motion to reconsider was laid on the table WAYNESBURG Mr S II Gooch who is tie Inspec tor for the L S M S R R company is kept very busy inspecting ties on the C S The merchants at this place are doing an extensive business There is still being plenty of timber hauled here which gives a great boom to the mer chants Rev R R Noel has been elected BaptistIgret very much to give up our for mer pastor Rev W R Davidson who has preached for us for the past four yearsMr T D Williams has moved to Dugansville to the property recently purchased from Mr Stevenson of Louisville Mr T J Gooch has moved to the property vacated by Mr Harvey hourmo on e near here a1nsome we our town is being neglected on account of not being represented in the columns of the I J I dont think this should be done as Waynesburg is the most prosperous and one of the busiest towns on the Q C undertour most teacher Mrs Mary Cochran Mr H H Singleton has resigned his position with the Spotswood Lumber Co of Lexington and has gone in business for himself under the firm name of H H Singleton Company We wish him much success as he is one of the most accommodating gentlemen in ou town Miss Maud Stroud of Floyds Switch is visiting Miss Verna Gooch Mr- Hendricks Hayes has returned fro Somerset where he was prospecting Cora position as bookkeeper in tho office of Supt Waite Mr D S Gooch who has recently completed a course in the Millikin School of Business of Lexing ton has been working in the Dispatch ers Office at Somerset as Chief Dis patcher Listons stenographer He will shortly accept a permanent position- in that office Mr C M Gooch and friend Mr Doty of Danville were here between trains Sunday Miss Lela West is visiting relatives in Cincinnati and Lexington Hqndricks Hayes and Dillard Gooch were atKings villa Sunday Revel Gooch who has been sick for several months is con valescent and will soon be ready for work again He has been employed for the past four years as telegraph operator for the C S Miss Vent Gooch has been visiting relatives at Floyds Switch Miss Bertha Jenkins has been visiting Mrs C C Gooch Miss Lena Padgett is contemplating taking a course at the Stanford Graded School She is one of the most ac complished young ladies of our town Miss Delila Singleton gave a delightful art The party was given in honor of her 22 birthday Mr Novice Johnson has re turned from Oakdale where he has been working in the Round House Ho haSaccepted a position with his father who has a flourishing trade in tho pro duce business Mr M S Matthews who has been our station agent for the past few years has had a very severe attack of grip We are glad to see Slick out again as he is one of the best agents wo have ever had Here and There Tho East Jcllico Coal Co Is prepar ing to open up valuable coal lands by an extension of tits new Cumberland rallrondIA rich oil strike has been matfe near Campton at a depth of 1000 feet The well is said to produce 150 barrels per dayForty bills were passed in the National Senate including the bill providing for reorganization of the Con sular service Mrs Lucy Arnold the oldest resident of Henry county celebrated her 91st birthday by giving n dinner to her chil dren and grandchildren Truly the withdrawal of tho Con gressmans pass appears to be all that was claimed for it as a quickcncrof tire Congressmans conscience- A Louisville and Atlantic freight train struck a cow at Fosters Station and was hurled down a thirtyfoot embank ment Tho engineer was killed and two of tho crew wero fatally Injured Thomas G Watkins formerly one of the bestknown newspaper men in Lou isville died at his home at Canmer Hart county lie had been in failing health for over two years but his death was duo direcly to a paralytic stroke In the Federal Court at Chicago Louis C Krauthoff formerly general counsel for Armour Co testified that Commissioner Garfield assured him that if the packers gave access to their books the information secured would not bo used in any criminal prosecution It was learned that tho recent sale of Uaviesa count tobacco consummated by the LouisvilleTobacco Warehouse Company was made to the Imperial Tobacco Company of England The 2270 hogsheads transferred will be shipped to Liverpool New Hustonville Firm HnvInK bought or feOQclllnek A ivnrock their wt solicit n lroorllInrtlWllrIleshare Vit 111110- lIlt WoI oleo hate in connection n Imlly Mtnt Mnrkvtnml Lunch Counter We will butcher tuft nt hlghott nmrkit price nod having n AIllllIlhlllllIt cutter we van furnUh you with the Unt We uio filly ml kind or country product IlIHUOItt IIIrts Hustonville Ky OnCE or GAIIUVXD SINOIKTON Supt Schools of Lincoln Co January 15 loon Whites Concentrated Water Co Crab Orchard Ky Gentlemen I have been n suffer cr from acute indigestion and coned patio for years After having tried various remcdic and receiving no ro lief I decided to try your Crab Orchard Concentrated Water After using satire for two mouths I can truthfully say that I feel better than I have for years I want to say that it is the greatest remedy out for in digestion constipation and other like diseases I cheerfully recommend this water to nil sufferers RespebttilllyGAIILINU For Falo by all druggi- stsPUBLIC SALE Two Houses and Lots and 33 Acres of Land in Stanford Ky 11r will on MONDAY FK1I 1MWM K Uvtfii tnv liour of IDA and t r In front of the court huuM dour In Ntiinfiml llnt tiulillc miullon to tin Ii1ulii t hhlar 1ho ou UUd Jot In Hlnnfanl Ky which U now ouruplttl liy I M limit It fronts lilt public iiiirt The houw U n boosr1JolnlngUIIIof liiml on the North tili of Knit Maui Htrrtt mlJnlnliiK the hlllllor Mm Util y Huffman II J IJnrst and other Tin lioux Smi fwd then ni n whole and th bill or bid IIIIdIwill Iwoolii hy ItMl- fTKIlMHOnotlilnl cash rtiiiiilmlrr In twooiiml InMiillnunu imyulilBln 0 nnd inonthnon lx mU with lOud nvcurlty lionr IIIK Inlorvst trim dntx of unit juiynlilu to M Mfltoixrttan nuiiit iiml wciiml by Itch on the property complhmcbyIVnvjulon to iW glvmi nn or Imfore Krb SI WW HOHKHT V IlMUMJM ltylt011ltrrlrtlttvtnfactMANY I M llnuO- Ml1ENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAU FOR ONLY 150 Pew people In the United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all thing fair In all thing clean In all things it li essentially a family paper Ily a special arrangement are enabled to of fer the WEEKLY OOURIERJ UUNAL one year and thli paper for the price named above Send your lubscrlptlon for the combination to usnot to the Courier Journal h 1ter I l I r t I OVERCOATS I I We Imvo long since learned that its better for our customers I and better for not to carry goods from one season to anoth anti wo shall try at the curd of each season to i8P remnants at n price that you can allbnl to linndlo IcT lo riot want to carry nn OVKRCOAT ami to do QIIOIfI Jmake the following prices on liens Coats l 2000 Coats go nt 11HiUOI S IAll 17 50 Coati go nt n All 81250 Coats go at I All SIOOO Coals go at 12iOIAlt 81000 Boys Coats go at All S7f0 Hoys Coats go nt S All S500 Boys Coats go niL oonIAll 8400 hays Coats go nt A All SUiO Boys Coats go at All U0 Hoys CoaL go at SClFFIevery Coal in the house foPKKsll S1VILL IScnrl I t I STANFORD j MCRODEKTS KYI L aralItla lttaa ratatt a I Ii PARKERS HAIR DALSAMCl- WBtM rrl InotUV hfe ItomxM taimiUm A ear to ntore Orheir to YOUthrJCoorCano a nJUut lturets r A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Owsley Building For Sale Privately i My bouse and ID acres of land situated lure outside of town limits on the Somerset Houto baa 7 room kitchen and ter allyaoteroomaecesiary outbuilding Water he yard and one for tock J r lIAtLEY Jesse W Sweeney i IOIUTOlILivery FQ Lancaster Ky Uoreea wellfed and cared for Up toIdate rlRsat reasonable r- illINSURANCEI andl Fire Ughtlllll Wlnd Htorrn Idle tthe NTIWNAaT 114pirwntttt llaytnatitHaWs o ordUncnuallca Tulle with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Holiliiico Phone 82 NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBKE A CLASKSOH IKTI i UNCTION CITY KY tr t01ae Turnout at He sonable Hates Special Attootlon to TrafellnR Men and liar For Sale A Special Bargain Ono liumlivtl nnd nUtynm1 fnrm n out o mill Nortw tof Htnnfonl totat IOMIlIf 1 locklllrll oni 11111uccillncroe In hluognuss 11 n Tim whole farm hive wall nod thi ru li no wnstu hind on It 1lvi mllf from llnnvlllc and In inlentlld community Th nest said WIlIIIIII 11oHunFor Mw ti HuuhiiHtnnford Ky INSURANCEYour iiro sure to die Set aril talk with R M Nowlund who will show you she policy beat adapted to your ngo circiuustaticcH Claims paid prompt- I Dividends paid annually or defer red R M NiwiAxi Agent Mutual Life Insimuico Co of N Y Organized 1813 DaJ711 Traylor PoeALea IK Whlskn Brandy Wines Beer Glaars Etc Oarpntr Ole to Fall IU No Iw DepotSTANFORD KY Prompt endpoIftdtwtlos Nothlnr bu11bl bit Is drink Mall pbonl er upl urdsrs rlcaln promplnotlosl u o t SEE THE NEW IDEAS IN HIGH GRADE BOX PAPERS NOW ON DISPLAY IN PENNYS WINDOW PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Diamond a Edge Ax M wood not Le a ure but it is certain that the hard workof it may be made less by the use of an ox 41 that is made right Try a Diamond Edge worth every cent it coils t oG GEORGE H FARRIS i f Stanford Kentucky TO CLOSE OUT p IACKKTS that were 8050 now 11100J i50 nnd 8750 now trlPflpsti a 1J 550 now n nm n uua a r100nowmuonnn tOOr t riIsh u tr tr joiIleaving made up our mind these goods must ho closed at once 1VorInalo f prices to move them regardless of what they cost weE Perkins Crab Orchard P r t i J At loc j 25CJI At5oc Choice of large assortment of Edgings with Insertion tnmatch inches wide Choice of six nice patterns Corset Cover Embroidery Choice of six patterns on Nainsook Cor 1setCover Embroidery T BrANKOiU KY Fiai loonj RUSSIAN Corn Cure removes corns In four lays lOc Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS Miss HIIODA LtWSKOim continues serjously 1JESSK D WEAKEN of Lancaster was hero yesterday tills MARY GIVBNS who has been III for along time Improving MRS JKNNIB WOLF of Danville is the guest 6f Mrs T J SR Mite ELIZA BLAIN left yesterday for Alheyllle N C to spend some time GKORGR W DtBoni of Crab Orch and was hero Wednesday ADAM PENCE is out after several weeks suffering with n sprained limb Miss BETTIB HIGGINS of Crab Orch ard1a the guest of Mrs Jas F Cum mtns Tits JULIA Huaitns who was pain fully hurt by a fall lost Week Is considerably better MRS It 1 TEIUIUNB of Bradford villo is the guest of the family of Mr George P Bright MRS S M ALIXN and children of MJJIcnburg arc with her parents Mr and Mrs Eo P Woods iFs GEO L PENNY and B F A Rout are in ouisvillo on business for the Water Light 8 Ito Co MRS ELIZA POIITMAN of Lexington Is hero to attend the bedside of her sitter Miss Rhoda Lunsford Mils J W IRELAND spent several days with hor parents Prof nnd Mrs WC Crinstoad in Danville MR JESSE TKAYLOR came up from Lebanon Junction to attend tho burial inn of his grandmother Mrs John Pal merJ W MYERS tho wellknown trav eling man was here yesterday In the interest of W B Bclknap Co lout A C SINK spent several days In Lancaster lost week In the Interest of the Mnccabeo fudge there He install a number of new members MRS JAMIW R BBAZLEY IIIoC ty phoid fever has slightly strengthened 4 in the past 12 hours and it is thought 1 she haw a chance to recover MR ELVIS A HAIL of the Mutual Life Insurance Co with headquarters at Pembroke Christian county is with Local Agent It M Newland Mss KATIIERINB WAURBN will leave the Mountaineer office this week to take n position as a compositor on tho 0Corbin News Somerset Journal Dlt GussiB PaiLUPS and sons Fred erick will leave tonight for Spartans s burg SC whore they will spend tho remainder of the winter Advocate TUB many friends of County Attor nqy W S Burch will be glad to learn that hQ Is improving Scarcely a day passes without many In inquiries In re gain to his condition I MR EnwARi H BYBRB an oxper Idncetl Insurance man U hero assisting Mr HU Muhony Mr lIyell fomes from an office nt Shelbyvlllo which does the biggest insurance business In tho State MRS A G HumiAN and son Burn j have returned from n visit to tho liu5 and and tether in Louisville Roth rlrind Mrs Huffman are delighted wish tho Falls City and will likely make- f their future home i LOCALS 5Atl4 work guaranteed for ono year proscriptions to Dr W 1 NrSralc for low prices and best nor vice Ifoit sALEFnrm wagon harnoss plows cutting box torn sheller A I G Huffman JUST In big lot of cannel coal which llun8ellln at ICJc per bushel W S WlBhaiig Morcland GOLD silver and soft soldering done neatly and cheaply by Jesse Perrin ut KforcnceB old atnnd iFoil HUNT The stororwim on Lan caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office HEIAIH SHOP Cummins d McClnry nnd repair shop have opened a cleaning In tho rear of their store lien Ulaku ly colored is doing tho works THE Ladles Aid Society of the Chris titan church will meet with Mrs James on Saturday afternoon Insten j oYfFridaynftcmoon us stated last issue T t 1 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 and consequently are offering some special values not otherwise obtainable We mention here some very special lots at very low prices l SON JcssoIerrinja embroideries LOCUST posts for sale Charles Ensslln Ottonhoim Ky Jurxu WARREN la making some needed ImKrovomenta in tho county court room Go to Wilkinsons to get your clothes cleaned and repaired A skilled Cincin natiworkman is in charge MEssrtfl nssMcClary are further beautifying their double storeroom by Irish paper nnd paint AN infant of Hunter House died of pneumonia Wednesday and was burled at Lancaster yesterday afternoon A noon job printer who can feed a cylinder press can get n position by immediate application at this office Foil KENT Richard Hampton prop arty on Logan Avenue For particu t lars see Mrs Hampton or call phone 83 SPECIAL prices for repairing watches and clocks Call and get them Jesse Ierrin at Florences old stand on East Main Ion oRRENTDr J K Van Antdalus residence Possession given at once Apply to L R Hughes Stan ford Ky RESTAURANT barber shop and real dence in Junction City all well located for sale Write J Newton Craig Junction City Ky ISAAC EUJOTT was tried before Judge IL C Warren yesterday on the charge of failure to provide for his children but was acquitted OPEN kettle New Orleans molasses OOc Arbuckles coffee ICc tomatoes tOe corn tOe Market price for produce P G Warner Son Tilt Stanford Water Light K Ice Company will make a number of im in their plant within the next few weeks among them being n now dynamo Hisiioi Mayor Ed Bishop of Lan caster died yesterday aged about Ho was a very popular man and will be sadly missed In the vicinity which has frequently honored him OLD RAZOR While at Livingston the other day Mr Geo D Cook show oi us a razor that had been in use for 100 years It Is still in good shape and at sharp as a razor ION Fnit has rented of A G Huff man his house ROIl lot on Lower Main Street and will move to it as soon as Mr Huffman can make arrangements to move hit family to Louisville Tim boys who were arrested for Jumping trains several days ago were brought before Police Judge Tribblo sad were let off for the present with omu wholesome advice by the judge The youngsters were badly frightened and will not likely bar guilty of such misconduct again Tins is ground hog day and from all indications ho will see his shadow This moans of course that we are to have six more weeks qf winter but if it is as open and pretty as the past six weeks have been there will bo no reason to object PALMER Mrs John Palmer mother of Mrs A T Traylor of this county lied at her homo at Point Lcavell Gar ant county Tuesday of heart trouble aged about Mrs Palmer was a de vout Christian and an excellent woman The burial took place in the Lancaster cemetery Wednesday Miss EUCKNIA CALDY who created considerably excitement in the Junction City neighborhood by performing numerous acrobatic and equostrian feats turns out to be a man who is wanted in Texas for murder A dotec tlvo arrested him in Taylor county gays n dispatch A SPECIAL term of the fiscal court of Lincoln county is called for the 8th day ofeuctingto succeed A C Dunn whose term of office oxplres In April or to adopt whatever method it is the pleasure of the courtto pursue with reference to the maintenance of the turnpike roads in Lincoln county The letting must be done In March whether it is done by a supervisor or by the court under the tutu R C Warren Judge Lincoln county court i1s Ctt CLOTHING cleaned pressed and repaired work well and reasonably done Cummins McClary A JOLLY TRAMP a splendid rural comedy has been hooked to appear at Waltons Opera House March 23 TUB freight depot at Lebanon Junc tion burned at an early hour yesterday morning causing a considerable loss Origin of the lire unknown WANTED Bright honest young man from Stan font to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids la IF you want to rid youraelf of that tired feeling try Whites Conccn traced Crab Orchard Water for sale by W n Mcltobcrts G 1 Penny and W N Craig It will do the work WANTED Information as to the ad dress of Moses Ballard or heirs if ho is dead Ho was a colored man nnd serv ed in the 123rd U S Col Inf nnd ad dress was Lincolntown Ky in 18C5 Small recovery can probably be made Address Harvey Spalding Sons Washington D C FOR SALE About 11 acres of land one mile from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster pike A good dwelling well and all necessary outbuildings Place Is right on pike This is a good home and a cheap place The owner of this property lives at Henderson Ky nnd has made up his mind to sell It can be bought at a bargain Forprice etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky RAPID 1rANln response to a telegram from Judge Hugh Riddle of the Estill circuit court Deputy Clerk Eph D Pennln ton prepared a copy of the pleading in a certain case which had been tried here in record breaking time The judge requested that the document be sent with all possible haste and Mr Pcnnlngton succeeded in making the copy which contained 12 000 words in exactly three hours and 18 minutes and in a perfectly plain hand at that Is there another clerk in the State who can equal this 1 FOLLOWING is the honor roll of the Stanford Grded School for the month of Jnnuary Seniors LeGrandc Jones Ida Moore Sophomore John Downer 8th Grade Wallace Singleton May Brackctt Thomas Bright Grady Tuck et1 Leslie Anderson 7th Grade Hat tie Rice Walter Milburn Mollie Gold stein Teddy Brackctt Alfred Kaiser Sallie Burdctt Ellen Moore 6th Grade Morrison Bright Joseph Hopper John Hail Waters George Downer Lot tic Carson Grace Brady Maud Stone Willie Moore Theresa Ross Cth Grade Annie Lewis Gentry Virginia Maho ny 4th Grade Catherine Gentry Mary Gray Marion Grimes Lillie Per rin Nancy Yeagor William Grimes Milton Powell 3rd Grade Mamie Sin gleton Vernn Rout Ethel Brackctt Josephine Carpenter Annie Gray Emma Long Mary Rancy Mary Cook Ka tie Wood Docie Hardin Annie McRob erts 2nd Grade Ada Lanham Elmer Anderson Everett Brock Prescott Brown Bessie Brackett William Carson Belle Donham Ruth Hardin Bryan Jones Linnio Kidd Bessie Moore Annie Lee Perrin Loraine Totten Jas Tribblc 1st Grade Clinton Coleman artwell Shanks Hugh Reid Foster HoyGoodrichman Clarence Cooper Jewel Menefee Maryhelmrah Wood Lettle Walker Martha Raney Matsie Grimes Nellie Wilson Hill Allene Boone Clarence Singleton Joe Warner Common Colds are the Cause of Many Serious Diseases IhyskIans who have gaited a nat anal reputation analysts of the ause of various discuses oliilm that catching cold could be avoided u long list of dangerous ailments would lever be heard of Hvory ono knows that pneumonia and consumption orig inate from a cold and chronic catarrh jronthitls nnd all throat anti lung rouble are aggravated and rendered tore serious by each fresh attack Do tot risk your life or take chances when rou have a old Chamberlains ough hemedy will cure it before these diseases develop This remedy Con alas no opium morphine ortAhor armful drug and has thirty years of eputation buck of It gained by Its urea under every condition For sale hy Dr W N Craig the popular druggist aV Stanford Ky Mrs KINGSVILLEI pretty doing the workIMr Pye Wm ington was here J H Reid of Hus tonville was here last week Miss Laura Dye of Pleasant Point is teaching a subscription school here beginning last Monday She has about 20 pupils and is a popular lady as well as a successful teacher Will Carey and wife have taken pos session of their new home which was vacated by Mrs Martha Creiglton who has moved to her adjoining property for a temporary residence until she leaves for a protracted visit to relatives 111I Missouri and Oklahoma Mrs J GI Riley and family have gone to Lexing ton to make their home Eld J Livingston held Services at the CHristian church Sunday It gives us much pleasure to state that Bro Livingston will become pastor of the Christian church for the present year He will preach every fourth Sunday Rev R R Noel will fill his regular ap pointment at the Pleasant Point Bap tint church Sunday Rev Ebright will fill his regular appointment at the M E church next Sunday Dr C M Thompson has bought of W L McCarty the storehouse lot and will build a large storeroom warehouse etc and aver which there will be a largo hall for lodges lectures shows etc something Kingsvillo hasI long needed Dr T and brother J WI Thompson will have a general store carrying an extensive lino of goods ini eluding furniture and a firstclass stock of drugs as the latter member of the firm has been in the drug business here for a number of years The doctor will have his office in the same building al so a surgical room and Mrs Thompson will continue in the millinery business removing her stock to the new building The doctor will continue in connection with C D Evans to run his planing mill which he will have to enlarge owing to an increase of business in that line The Thompson brothers having proven successful so far and with one of the best locations in Kingsvillc and their amount of enterprise and push it is manifest that they not only continue but advance BestPhysic When you want n physic that Is mild and gentle easy to take and pleasant In effect take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Pries 25 cents Every box warranted Get free sam ple at Dr W N Craigs tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky and try them PUBLIC SALE OF LIVKltY OUTFIT AT STAN FOUD SATUKDAY FEB 10 In lfyel ot lio4l Work llorwu 4 IhllI1l- ur1I11rullllllr wagon N Nhl5in IHylllncU iUUMJlnltS t UMIH J II IIlIOSl1 slsnhlnl icy Notice to Creditors UNlliLJ CIIWU1T IOIUT ytrrl0 ininnVdlHirii Ilnlntlf- Order Mr IM Ininn OrwllUiriut lemma riflitor of tlmmlntf of Mrs PO Dunn drvnkvd will pivMiit their eUiliun properly liniwu to tin uinlcr liinfl MnnterOommli klonxr oMIio Lincoln Circuit Uourt on or bQ lon the tSml day of Koliruiiry 111 Cluhn tot prvniitfil and on or Iwfort iiUI lute will not bwullowwl- n it BUTKIKY 10 ICO FOR SALE Kami or ssiifrM good blue gnus stud to bIo land has l tlrs of Iicmp on It thU y enrthotslaneeingrIu Kami ono mile from IliHtonvllK pike houw of rcKiiiu kllclir n lunk jniroli nnd olttnrn nrnr kltchrn lilts IWW For- enuueppiyto J II MellAUjitTK y PUBLIC SALEAT- 310NNIITTtSSTOCK KAHM our mlte from liunvllli on the HnrnxU burizpln WKDSKSIAY KK11HIJAKV limb nl 0l sharp con ltlna of the following riilrtfAii Tltorou hl r 11t In tool 1o Imp lluikln Tunny Joluuon wltU Calvf 18 Vullrtt IIOUnlljiIinooil Work Work Mules Oywin old I Cvarold Jen net l tm 1fl1 Knnilly Horse d hug rmrriy nuckloarl I Tolmooo Irun cod one Iln lari ItollerSKiirin ogonS tiny IliikftjlTlKT i horn now IMnnUrhrtllUiTilHoonlerKrlllrertlllier I new Corn I uI1llIlor I Ilacktnlth Anvil Ilnrlt IIInkllllllh Vise orning hJplII1 l or every description nIt In good Also lot house hold Kurnltnre Ntovesetc llnnr JWned All Tboroulthhred old atToVlocJc or the nut thlnlt nftr din nf A r Jltl 1J1ty T n KnglUh a AuctioneerS Ztntl At 500 ery for of to a a 4 Jo HoJo + I oJ11 i ++ + ++++ Jfi4 F4 +4 t tt i Finish 36 wide at Linens ill best elnulcs for nt Linen for Suits letH HO inch Irish Linen I nt DOinch of five pretty pat ternsin allover Embroid Waists and Yoking Baby Sets We line baby Edgings and Insertions with yoking match At 5C Choice pureLinention These big values SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 J Hole Proof- HOSIERYi ii Guaranteed to Wear Months Without Holeor New Pairi iSoxi i Stockings pairs CUMMINS McCLARY i t s tHH HzH4 Linens and Linen Finish material SpringI 1 IrLinon Suitings IIColored Striped Children Sheeting tntfLinea litI an- unusuallypretty Womens HoleProof I2L 15 and 2oc I f 40 inch Linen at I Linen Lawns are are 6 i 6 2 i 250 per ydrper yd 25 and 50c per yd I IIliniliroulery Zoe 75c per yd 1h 100 and 125 I 50c and 100 per yd I IIt i r L M HUEY CO Dry Goods Notions Five and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY llIfllllttIUllllcHIIIt1IIIIIIIIIIIIII T 1 At IOG of of to Sand 4 es 25CJ IAt 50C Choice Edgin largeassormentI match Choice of six nice patterns Corset Cover Embroidery Choice of six patterns on Nainsook Cor I set Cover Embroidery r t RUSSIAN Corn Cure removes corns In tour days lOc Ionnya Drug Store PERSONALS t Miss Iliiotu LUNBFonn continue seriously ill TJBSB U WBAUEN of Lancaster yelltettlnyI who has been III tfor along Mos JKNNIH WOLF of Danville Is the guest of Mrs T J Hill Sn Mils ELI7A HUIN left yesterday Cor Asheylllc N C to upend name time I Gi Ont W IKHoni of Crnb Orch nnJ was hero Wednesday ADAM 1KVCK it out niter several wqcka suffering with n sprained limb Miss IJETTIR HIGOINS of Crab Orch nriiTs the guest of Mrs Jas F Cum mini MRS JULIA HDGIIBS who was pain fully hurt by a fall last Week Is con siderably better MRS It I Tnmusi of liradfonla vlllo is the guest of the family of Mr George P Bright MIL S M AIUN nnd children ot r JJJJIcraburtr arc with her parents Mr and Mr E P Wood oME4SR GEO L IBNNY and U K arc in lxulsvlllo on business tor tho Water LIhl Ice Co Mss ELIZA IOIITMAN of Lexington Is here to attend the bedside of hoi sitter Miss Rhoda Lunsford Mils J W IitELAND spent several days with hoi parents Irof and Mrs r W G Grinstpad in Danville MR JKSJU TIUYLOU came up fnm Lebanon Junction to attend the burial falof his grandmother Mrs John Pal mer JAV MYRRS tho welt known tray tI man was here yesterday in the interest of W B Itclknap Co Io- uIta vt lie Trt A C SING spent several days In lost week in the interest ot the Maccabce Lodge there He install a number of new members MRS JAUHS It HBAZIEY ill of ty phoid fever has slightly strengthens 4 In the post 12 hours and it is thought sho has a chance to recover MR HIVIS A HAIL of the Mutun LlfClnKuranco Co with headquarters at Pcmbrokiv Christian county is with Local Agent It M Nuwland Miss KATIIISRINB WAURBN will leave the Mountaineer ollice this week tc tnko a position as n compositor on the Oorbin News Somerset Journal Du GussiBlimUiS and sons Fred 0 rick will leave tonight for Spartans burg Sc where they will spend tho t remainder of the winter Advocate Tin many friends of County Attor flay W S Burch will be glad to learn that hP ta improving Scarcely a day passes without many in inquiries in rto garil to his condition ti MIL EDWARD 11 BrIms An oxpor b mcd IniiUranco man i hero assisting Mr U U Mahony Mr Flyers cornea from nn office ot Shelby vlllo which does the biggest insurance business in the Sta6 Mns A G HOFFMAN and eon Burn 1sldo have returned from n visit to the hjusblind tail father in Louisville Both Mr and Mrs Huffman are delighted wth the Falls City and will likely make i1I11i lr future homer LOCALS yyu work guaranteed for ono year JeoPcrrin UuN0 your prescriptions toDr W N Jrnig for low prices nnd best ser vice Fon 8AIE Farm wagon harness I I plows cutting box corn sheller r A r G HutTman JuT in big lot of cunncl coal which I nnvselling at ICJc per bushel VS Wighatn Morclnnd GOLD sliver and soft soldering done i neatly and cheaply by Jesse Perrin at jKlbrcncos old stand FOR b RENT The storeroom on fait caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply nt this office REPAIR SiiorvCummtns M Cuwy and repair shop have opened a cleaning fn tho rear of their store Ben Blake lyt colored is doing the work 1 ViiB Ladies Aid Society of tho Chris Uan church will meet with Mrs James eon Saturday afternoon instead Jofi Friday afternoon as stated last issue t Ensslln Ottcnhcim Ky JuncB WARREN is making Borne needs Improvements in the count court room Go to Wilkinsons to get your clothes cleaned MIl repaired A skilled Cinch nati workman is in charge MKSSIW Cummins McClary nre further beautifying their double storeroom by fresh paper and paint AN infant of Hunter House died ot pneumonia Wednesday and was buric at Lancaster yesterday afternoon A OOOD job printer who can Iced a cylinder press can get a b Immediate application nt this olnrej FOR ItnTRichard prop erty on logan Avenue For partlcu lars see Mrs Hampton or call phone 83 SPECIAL prices for e repairing watch and clocks Call and get them Jess Perrin at Florences old stand on Las Main FOR SALE OR NTDr J K Vnn Arsdales residence Possession give at once Apply to L R Hughes Star ford Ky barbershop and resi dunce in Junction City nil well located for sale Write JrNewton Craig Junction City Ky ISAAC EUJOTT tried before Judge R C Warren yesterday on the charge of failure to provide for his children but was acquitted OPEN kettle New Orleans inolass DOc Arbuckles codec ICc tomatoes lOc corn lOc Market price for produce P G Warner Son TUB Stanford Water Light R Ice Company will make a number of im provements In their plant within the next tow weeks among them being a now dynamo BISHOP Mayor Ed Bishop of Lan caster died yesterday aged about 60 Ho was n very popular man anti will be sadly missed in tho vicinity which has frequently honored him Oin RAZOR While at Livingston the other day Mr Gco D Cook show 01 us a razor that had been in uso for 100 years It is still in good shnpo and at usharp a razor IVON Fun has ofG hull man his house and lot on Lower Mail Street and will move to it as soon as Mr Huffman can make arrangements to move his family to Louisville nOTim boys who were arrested for jumping trains several days ajo were brought before Police Judge Tribble and were let off for tho present with omu wholesome advice by the judge Tho youngsters were badly frightened tad will not likely bit guilty of such misconduct again Tins Is ground hog day and from all indications ho will see his shadow This moans of course that we are to have six more weeks qf winter but if it is as open and pretty us tho past six weeks have been there will bone reason to object PAIMKR JohnIulmer mother ot Mrs A T Traylor of this county died at her home at Point Lcavell Gar iord county Tuesday of heart trouble god about Mrs Palmer was a tic out Christian and an excellent woman The burial took place in the Lancaster emetery Wednesday riwwhocreatldMiss EUGENIA onsidcrnbly excitement in the Junction City neighborhood by performing numerous acrobatic and equestrian feats turns out to be a men who is wanted in Texas for murder A dotec countY1says A SPECIAL term of the fiscal court of incoln county is called for tho 8th day of February lOOG for the purposo of tlccting n supervisor of the public roads to succeed A C Dunn whose term of lice expires in Aprilor to adopt vhatovcr method it is tho pleasure of the court to pursue with reference to the maintenance of the turnpike roads in Lincoln county rho lotting must bo lone in March whether it is done by a supervisor or by tho court under tho fatute R C Warren Judgo Lincoln county 1r A GREAT ADVANTAGE Has the merchant who can buy a large lot or closeout 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 paired work Cummins McClary A JOLLY TnAatra splendid rural comedy has been booked to appear at Waltons Opera House March 28 Till depotLebanon Junction burned at nn early hour ycstcrda morning causing a considerable loss Origin of the fire unknown WANTED Bright honest young man from Stanford to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids In IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concen tratcd Crab Orchard Water for sale by W II McRobcrts G L Penny nnd W N Craig It will do tho work WANTED mationas the ad dress of Moses Ballard or heirs if he Is dead He was a colored man and scrv cd in the 123rd U S Col Inf and ad dress was Llncolntown Ky in 1865 Small recovery can probably be made Address Harvey Spalding Sons Washington D C Fort SALE About 11 acres of land ono mile from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster pike A good dwelling well and all necessary outbuildings Place is right on pike This Is a good home nnd a cheap place The owner of this property lives nt Henderson Ky and lots made up his mind to Bell It cnn be bought at a bargain Forprice etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky RAPID PENMAN In response to telegram from Judge Hugh Riddle ot the Estill circuit court Deputy Clerk Eph D Pcnnington prepared n copy oC the pleading in a certain case whicl had been tried here in record brcakini time The judge requested that the document be sent with nil possibl haste and Mr Pcnnington succeeded in making tho copy which contained 12 000 words in exactly three hOurs and 18 minutes and in n perfectly plain hand at that Is there another clerk In the State who can equal this FOLLOWING is the honor roll of the Stanford Graded School for the month of January Seniors LeGrande Jones Ida Moore Sophomore John Downer 8th Grade Wallace Singleton May Brackctt Thomas Bright Grady Tuck cr1 Leslie Anderson 7th Grade Hat tie Rice Walter Mllburn Mollie Gold stein Teddy Brnckett Alfred Kaiser Sallie Burdctt Ellen Moore Gth Grade Morrison Bright Joseph Hopper John Hail Waters George Downer Lot tie Carson Grace Brady Maud Stone Willie Moore Theresa Ross Gth Grade Annie Lewis Gentry Virginia Maho ny 1th Grade Catherine Gentry Vary Gray Marion Grimes Lillio Per rln Nancy Verger William Grimes Milton Powell 3rd Grade Mamie Sin gleton Vornu Rout Ethel Brackett Josephine Carpenter Annie Gray Emma Long Mary Raney MaryCook Kn tic Wood Docie Hnrdin Annie McRob erts 2nd Grade Ada Lnnlmm Elmer Anderson Everett Brock Prescott Brown Bowie Brackett William Carson Belle Denham Ruth Hnrdin Bry m Jones Linnio Kidd Bessie Moore Annie Lee Pcrriri Loraine Totton Jas Tribble 1st Grade Clinton Coleman Hartwcll Shanks Hugh Reid Foster HoyGoodrichman Clarence Cooper Jewel Menefee MarylIelmMcKinneyMarUm Wilson Hill Allcno Boone Clarence Singlqtpn Joe Warner Common Colds are the Cause of Many Sorlous Diseases Physicians who have gained a nut Ilonnl reputation as analysts of tho of various discuses uluim that tr catching cold could ho avoided Ilonlr list of dangerous ailments would over be heard of Every ono knows hat pneumonia and consumption orig late from ueohl and chronic catarrh ironchitiB nnd all throat and lung rouble are aggravated and rendered more serious by ouch fresh attack Do not risk your Ufa or take chances when you have a cold Chamberlains ough Ueinedy will euro It before these llsensos develop This remedy eon tins no opium morphine or oilier Harmful drug and has thirty years of eputatlon back of it gained by Its iures under every condition For sale hy Dr W N Craig the popular druggist uV Stanford Ky Mrs Mary Horton is building quite n pretty home on the pike Mr Green is doing the work Mr Pye of Ludlow was the guest ol Wm Lane II II Barrows of Lex- Ington was here J II Reid of Hus tonville was here last week Miss Laura Dye of Pleasant Point is teaching a subscription school here beginning last Monday She has about 20 pupils and is a popular lady as well as a successful teacher Will Carey and wife have taken pos session of their now home which was vacated by Mrs Martha Crciglton who has moved to her adjoinIng property for a temporary residence until she leaves for a protracted visit to relatives iri Missouri and Oklahoma Mrs J G Riley and family have gone to Lexing ton to make their home Eld J Livingston held Services at the Christian church Sunday It gives us much pleasure to state that Bro Livingston will become pastor of the Christian church for the present year lIe will preach every fourth Sunday Rev R R Noel will fill his regular ap pointment at the Pleasant Point Bap tist church Sunday Rev Ebright will fill his regular appointment at the M E church next Sunday Dr C M Thompson has bought of W L McCarty the storehouse lot and will build a large storeroom ware house etc and fiver which there will be a large hall for lodges lectures shows etc something Kingsvillo has long needed Dr T and brother J W Thompson will have a general store carrying an extensive line of goods ini eluding furniture and a first class stock of drugs as the latter member of the firm has been in tho drug business here for n number of years The doctor will have his once in same building al so a surgical room and Mrs Thompson will continue in the millinery business removing her stock to the new building The doctor will continue in connection with C D Evans to run his planing mill which he will have to enlarge ow ing to an increase of in that line The Thompson brothers having proven so tar and with one of best locations in Kingsvillc and their amount of enterprise and push it- Is manifest that they will not only continue but advance BestWhen you want a physic that is mild and guntla easy to tako and pleasant in effect tako Chamberlains Stomach nnd Liver Tablets Price 25 cents Every box warranted Get free sam pie at Dr 1V1 Craigs tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky and try them PUBLIC SALE 010 LIVKKY OUTFIT AT STANFORD SATUWUY FEB 10 Head of Uixxl Work iroriMK s lIUKBlffln 8iirreyoil rutnmrrV Wuuotii Nots slash IHI m llili IIlIrll511t Illnrk MiiltliViWU Barr IHii Kv ItiHtin wad IKIWII Vliliil Fin 1rad left Trrnn uiniltt known un ilny of wrt J Jt HOONKHtmitnnl Kv Notice to Creditors LINCOLN CIIUCIT 101 ItT Mrt rO IliiiiiVHIrs IlRlntlt- Hv onlor drs 1lI norms Creditors t nl IlefH rndltomof till ustale of Mm P O Dunn iltifiiMtl thulr claim iiropvrly provtii to tin umlrnliiiKil MliMvrUoiiiliiln loner oftlia Lincoln Jlrcult Court un or bc forv thenddnyof Kolinuiry Hunt Uliilmx not presented and proven on or Iwforo said iliite will IxMillowtnt- II BAUFLK M 0 L CO FOR SALE Ktinuof Ir sgood lilno gross nnU to jiicro lutid hll8 acre of licnip on It thU th iHiliinci In rIl81 Knriii ono lulln routllustonvllltIandndloIi plkn house 0111 rooms kiltlion and cistern war kltcliiii hats nxw hunt txlfiI For onus niiply to J II Moll AltfJUK- HiutonvMlf Ky r PUBLICSALE ATMONNIHTTV HTOCK KAUM FIlIr antes from Uiinvlllo on Ihv llnrroilj Jliri plni vnINiYh11 KKHUIJAIIY lot lit 9u conUUnlt of the rollowliiRt lilrtocn ThoroiiKhliml lnn11n fad to mil ItuHkln IViiny and alilt OUII Cnlvel Iollld ltounesRedorkMules9yenrsnld tt vtar old Jon ict t oxtrn Bi 0 Hug Hurn lliicklKmn Tnlmccu IruM oat ono Iextnt IIUllllIrllU holler olIrlll agoras ItuktH U Tiger 2 bore now Illiukrs riowminil llurrowv I new Cost Iliintirfirtllljtcr I Hoosier DrlllrertllUvr I Oiiltlvntorsi I rortnlilt Forge liiruti Illnvkktiiltb Iliargonlncksndth1st- nnning 1 h of mil In gall Alto i mull lot house liold furniture Htonmvtc Dinner Horved for All Tlioronitlilircd llortvi nir told nlIclockortitslirN1gVe dint T l Kngllnh Auctlontor At 5oc Choice five pretty pat terns in allover Embroid ery for Waists and Yoking Baby Sets IWeIof baby Iyokingmention the IIL flTi Hole Proof- HOSIERY r i i i Guaranteed to Wear 6 Months Without a Holeor a New Pair i t r i iMens Hole r Proof i pairs for 150i Womens HoleProof Stockings 6 pairs 2 CUMMINSi I McCLARY J1 N1 N71M NN11NM111 N tHH+ +Ii I t + f4 tHoo1+H++ +luI i tIH ++ Linens and Linen Finish Material t The Best foS rjngi 1ILinen Finish Suitings 1C inches wide at f tColorell Linens in best elmiles for tShrill nt I Striped at Linen for Childrens Suits 30 inch Irish Linen at nt 110inch Sheeting at Iliuen of We I22 I5 and 20cf II I Linen I Litton Lawns 25C per yd I s 2oc per yd 25 and 50c per yd f II40ineli Embroidery to 75c per yd Jh 100 and 125 I 50c and 100 per yd I 1 III f L M RUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Five and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY tt tlltIIItllllltt4tltlllllllllll t Entered in thePos1Of ce at Stanford M see ond eiasl mailer ytJUUSIIBD rrUKHUAVH AND FHIDAYH AT 100 PER YEAR CASH IVWhen not paid t3oo will be char- gedED Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford JaN IOONE ft CO Proprietors UIYERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford KviGood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Oall on ns on Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce sit Garter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KyIi Special attention to Commercial Your patrJnaga is eolicited Meolon commission stock Pens In RESTORATIVE CURES DEBILITYTils oderyrypmoaagdNTrnb menial denlopmenlaodlDah Ue orIIlh MCarwWuk troubleodtosake rlrh gnetlea tuII healthyheaddncd wlt4agashantrerrEM MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s rea BALI AT rnfirta DBUO BTOBK a yJ L Beazley Co UndertaKers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiugsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY t e MCeaT Undertaker Embalmer aud Dealer in HarnessSaddlery c t STANFORD KENTUCKY s Office Pboca Id1 Home IboneSS THE LIVER QUARANTINE OUTtl a mans stomach The digestiondestroying pro cesa Is gradual unnoticed at first But it is only a short time until the liver balks the digestive organs give way and almost countless ills assail the man who exl4A torpid liver causes a quarantine ofthe system It locks the germs and Rllll affords them full inviting some serious illness 4In families where August Plowerls used a sluggish liver and constipation are un known so are all stomach ailments as wen as IndlgestionldyspepsIa heartburn- 1ney aflec lions No wellregulated family should Jbemthouttblsslanilard remedy AU druggist For Sale at Pennys Drug Store i i b0ie 4 Central Kentucky Real Estate Exdiaiig e TITLE COe No 121Two houm add loll situated In Crab Orcn id wlthtlx and one haif aCres ol land ti ached IJoth are frame cottages one ronitttln of and the olher II S rooms Stable two good spring tic The building are new and she ItnclDg Uonllcarj Too koud gardens and are acre la iatinre win ill each plate separately orasiwnole Puce 00 theproptrlt at a whole 81300No1stA Inn of 300 as ea one and onthal miles ni rib or lluiunrlll on the Dimllle pike Two story frame dwelling uven rooms reranda hall ate Fine young brcntrd tearing ail kind ol hUh well watered never falling sprlnjielc All bulldlnp audience are In hem li ittuaieJ in the bet aectlon Lincoln count aid lao Ideal home Splendid Ire bouw tom n til nil other Dccotiitrjr uiitbulldlDgs irlcfil00000 No hSacrciofUnd In the tows lltulU ol Rowland about at acrea bottom land ono 63 urea In woodland The p ace li well frond and water twater woikt well and cittern itory frame back porch sum- merkltclwnandgoodcellar Uood barn and all other necessary outbulldlngi Including crib yraoery eta tingDod repair lintel i truer all wire leree Tbla Is a Ixtutllu place a dtilrable home dote to town aDd will ell cbeip ano on easy Ural No UOA farm ol acre mile beyond Mo Klunej lays well well Improred and it right on pike No iVtock barn lit box stall ibid on eao tide and drtve wayinnnttr other Dun and 2 tenant houses 5 room brick residence and kitchen and all other neciuarj out bulldluai Bullolngi and fencing In good rcoalr place well watered cistern at bjin and house pond print ec About eloArasund the rat In cub Ural Ion Price f9COO 00 No l6ll00 icre farm about mil this side of Shelby City 4 room cottage 2 porches No good cellar under the kitchen OooJ barn of S talli crib etc Building are In good repair and the fencing are moderate Two ipilngi and good pond on porn About ti acrea in timothy and rIoTer mt In woodland Puce ti 30000 No1GAVOacre form lying on Dlx rlrer near Crab Orchard About acres In culilratlon and 45 acres In pasture rest In good timber About 75 bearing tacit trees on the puce 2 story Groom dwelling Ordinary iiabi and crib and a eery- good tenant hmii The buildings are In rcrr good shape but the fences are not The phew U watered uy 5 uerer falling iprlng Thli li a good stock farm nd U offered at a bargain Pile only J7SOO W i No 135 CotUgcIn Latcuter feet front and 300 red dtfp All ntceuaty outbuildings except barn ErrrytaUg li new and In ihipo Cut porchlaudNo 193170 acre farm near HnitoDtllle Hood dwelling and bun a good portion of this pUre could be soul for town lots Ill well watered aid the fencing and buildings are In good condition This U one of the test arms In the county The soil Is rich and will ruduce hemp etc Price 11300000 No 67S acre ol land cottage oC4 room good hill and 1 nonHe flood bArn and other uecenary outbuildings Fencing and building In good repair Place well watered a pl ndld well at house etc Land Is all lernl and prIwellYoung apple and peach orchard Ibis rum la about 3 miles Iron town Prim WSUO No OJA 220 acre farm In the Waynnbutg toliottAIttoute by placelour room log house a ipiendld bun fat and hs two gOt she Is watered with an rCIlIag ipdcgi and a run branch through the p ace It ass guod fens Ingandoutbmldtnge Price T rmieiiy Waynebur t of WOIIIII flat a 5 room ootuga etc This lace Ieluaga to geutlemali In Calliurnlt ind he will sell l cheap cud on easy terms CUrimike bout etc Ice udlog fencing tticr alngrauandJS acre In collie lion Hood orchard of pcichca lumagqtaetc- A splendid grape narbor 200 lb grapes sold In One ell flaca dose w school cnurchei and well watered neJleated well at 1I01Ie aa stock well at barn etc rrtce 3U50U No 227About U acres of Und mile from Crab Urchark on Lancultr pike A dwell ing well and all neceaiary tulblldlnta fUce li ngbi on pIke Tbtl agood hvuie end a cheap place Tlie owner of tbii property lives at ilender ton and hat nude up has uilnd to set lIds place rvwrilng mineral water right on place It can be laughs at a bargain bee UI lor a price No 2tJA farm of 242 acre A bandioui mod erastory brick riildtnco nicely luinlihed and up to due In every particular More room on propreyisot toe olcetl pit era In Uncoln county large barn tbe plat Is well watered sad pmr well nut S on U Th re li coly about tu acres In cnltUailun odteStIngrua PKntvuf fruit trvciHc Till bun Ideal nome rid a aplendld farm 1rlea resn enable No 231230 acres of land 2 dwelllDK of room each Large tobioco barn IKt feet long next to the bm born la Lincoln county 2 iniaUitotk harm This property Uy between 2 good coumy roW and 2 leading turnpike All the building and leLriDg are In good r palr Flare Is well watered by good springs creeks etc Splendid ibUicui land end wll raise IS Carrel of corn to Ibe acre This place make the owner from Si W 20 per cent on bit 10nUueDt lliono cl If not the lfyouIrehubhug tOllalrooLtberlIdliuu place Ilildenc rooui IY tor kg weatbctbt loot barn loIutOO echo cultlfallon llnildlng In mcdtrn shape and fencing IIlottimber Well at house piltg all user place aid 2 creeks tunning tlnoiigh It Will wil lice place ai a whole for 1I1UU on say terms or will divide place to mill pyirhawn No 215A nice Utile 5 loom cottage AH necei awry outbuilding and a good gtnlen About note from SUnlonl TbU la a cheap place Irlif- ttlll No217 ace farm In I tulle of Phil story looiudwtlllng Store bows tmvke home welt house crib tie All the bulldlt gi and fvncivg ar In flt condition Hood sine crrhird shout acrvmcultlritloa ml In g cd timber Watered by a never falllrg well and waters ol South Fork lhlce 12 200 No 21JOne vacant lot In Junction City at Soutbeait ourutr uf Lucul and Urofion streets fronting fret on Uionon street and riinulOK Boulb on lucue street fret Price ash No 22lHon and lot on logan street In Slat ford UOOtlglnlefl10 Lrerytblug good pair Price 11000- Ao aNice room cottage and acre of land located about mile from Shelby City The house alone cost 500 We will sell this place for 1100 NO 1I5A nloo Urge tore room end dwelllrK above ciinilning ol itrewl nicely furnlibed rooms d bun and lot ami all necessary outbiilldlnx This prp8tlyhlagood repair situated on Main sIrcet In the builics portion town Tbli will be told of a lurgiln and li a plcndld opportunity to tome one dulrlcg go In builnn F r store and dwelllcg Wing routine wm beagrrat curing reUIr No 1I1A farm of 334 urn situated about miles from bliufoid aiid 1 ulllff rum Crb Orchard on ibe w ler of Cedar Crick lne plate It cut In ibout field and raD l eiibillildrd About 2A acres U lu cultltalion timber tulBclcnt to up One and oiicUilI ttnry futile dwelling 9rreutehalls porclieiifle Two good lee bourn birn gram rj corn Ic Plate U well water rd two gout tlitrrDi at the door runLlng slresdt through farm All bulldlnpi In t1bI8 except one barb fencing per acre Tiitni euNoII1A find of 10 acres about mllcr from Stanford lays well and well watered A good jwr lion of tbe farm In blue grace A eouiforiahle dwelling aLdalarge hUll Till property on a splendid plkcj ckw to nhoil J4ij per acre No 93 A farm of alout IW acre on one ol the kit In the cuuntvs A biindwine two story riiiae dwelling undone the Largess und bet turns In the county This plat II well enured IlLout It Ictluml g IugIaInsplendid reprlr III n good IlIlIuuolI ulmeIniVhonl abut 20 minutes drive Irom Stanford ThlKii t ry desirable tome Prjc 7010 acres of land twostory Irnutcntlige 7 room baits tic house Is new a good garden acresfencinghouse etc A good on plan There to alit a good will on the place a good crusher In mill It is nui by natural rower which U great economy IrolerlyIthe county about 4 uillr from Stanford there is aiwets a ready ulo tor the Hour and meal u soot ground W will lelllbil place for 2100 It a bargain tbe building alone could not be put up for this money lljrerc 1o s No 119100 acre farm about 1 tiallea from lowe Iny tplemlldlyi Ituoatlvlneultlmllonwell wnter id etc Shlnll roomi barn Iro forty well fenced etc Irlce fX per acre 325 acre In Allen county Ky on roll road and pike about acres cultivated about 123 In timber and grass und about 150 In grass Timber on Is cut to 18 Inches tint will tnakB barrel timber thing lIes tics and cord wood enough to pay fur placo twice over A large part fenc led There nro four dwellings ot room each and one store of twostorles with room InI2corn grass cash Mourand drUt Mill Anderson county 33 barrel capacity covered with Iron built 8 years ago and water power the latter months of the year It Is an up todate roller mill with burnt for corn and meal bolt The engine is of 1 years runt U acres with the mill Including what Is with the house of 6 rooms All for 39250 or 83 800 for the mill and 14 acres One half cash line One trade No mill In 10 u Ilea No acres ofland near Junction City cutln seven Gels 11 acres In cultltilton nitln grass a nice young orchard and one of the N grape harp bora In Kentucky Party sold 2300pounds of grape last year watered Close to Khool and churches A twotory six room frame dwelling good barn cribIC all In good repair Prlro1130- No42Seven room dwelling grad cellar and urea land NsTerfallUgwellandiprllig Fencing and outbuilding In lair condition Curapplac close to town Will snit a small family No 4Two itory frame dwelling 7 rooms ballad Teranda Uood garden fencing and house In good repair For sal or rent Price mtonabl No 35 HOUM and acm of land In McKln nero Neeesaar outbuilding Fencing good and well watered Will tell place oo easy term No 7329 acre of good land six rooms two dory dwelling well watered good lancing It the suburb 0 the city ol llraded school and churches TktainSetirible home Price reasonable No 316 room frame cotttg and one acre e land In Rlnnvllle Ky Large barn amok house Ac All building and fencing In good repair Price I too No OTen acres of land two story front tot tage wren rooms balls etc louse li new a good Kiiden and splendid orchard ol Ijj acre fenclni oultwostsblalbuggy house smoke house etc to also a good mill oa the place a od cruiher In mill It li run by nat ural power which It a great economy and the dim to In good repilr Will sell the property at a tow flguror leaMlt- No 25 Frame hotel large roomi double reran- du hallway Eta A large 2 story storeroom fronting street feet iron hotel up stairs tulia bl foruw tog 2 nice cottage nicely fnrnlihed papered and painted 4 rooms and veranda each A rya barn on satire lot used at stable Jon garden Vacant totadlolnlugsd feet front by 200 feet deep All or this property Ilia london Xr and It a line chance for some op to make money Poprleloruairefuaed to rent property fur fV per month On account ill health of his wife only mom for riling proprietor desire to ichangt for tarn In Lincoln county no 75A small farm of acres of good land located close to town Price S22M MlseiaalppThereopportunities for profitable Investment as th MNjlj sip14 Delta whkh Is now fitly described as Pros perity Valley The Umber Is becoming more value able all the tint for thereison that lumber people from the North where the supply of limber Is fait dlmlnlshln are constantly lnct 4 lnc their purchases of timber lands In the South When the tlm ber Is removed the land Is upequalej for agrlcultu ral purposes It will produce a bale of cotton to the acre or will grow any other klnJ of crop raise In the temperate zone The soil nreJt no fertllliers and glvesaylelJ which cannot b excelled taxes are low the tllle Is perfect and the man who buys Delta farm and timber lands at present prices Is making an In vestment that he will never regret This land Is dl tiled Into tracts ranging from 40 awn to the tract to acres to the tract and prices from f8 per acre to 56 per acre according to location etc re authorlieJ by the company who owns these lands to state that as other parties are consUtrlng purchase olthes lands that we offer these tracts sub changehtthey will hoU any tract out of market long enough for the purchaser to make an Investigation About i ooo acres of this lanj has been sold by the Com sine we received this option For further par Icuurs call dour office countyKyto date In every particular log with Improvements and JO acres of tine land close to Southern railroad Price 80 90S acres of land near Crab Orchard cheap No 34 Micrnof ImToue mile from Souiernet eut tn Ifno Salute Forty acres In cultiva lieu acre In posture balance In timber Uwrll IPg contain seven room Large barn anti all nee csiary outbuildings Fences and building In plea did rIlr Well watered Price 280- 0No2J ICOacriof land In Ford county Ka six milts from railroad ande5 mile from anus river Menntr aerN ortnu Is river bottom h IIntcllulaad and in graa TbU land la for sale orexchange Sheriffs Sale for Taxes On Monday Feb 12 LBe Ins tbo 1st tiny of tho January tonn of the Lincoln county court I will between the hours of uclock A M and 4 oclock v M i In front of the courthouse door In Stanford Ivy sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash In hand the following lists or so much as will pay taxes cost and penalty As test as payments are made the names will disappear Tile amount set opposite each nunio Includes 0 percent penalty and cost of advertising M S UAUOHMAv ShorlirS- TANFOUO JVIIIT- BHrununntt Miss Dettlc4 acres 4 85 Hazelett John 10 acres 7- 5Haelett Win 23 acres 3 85 iliuelett Jack 18 acre 415 Russell F L 1 acres r 30 Scarbouph John 0 acresl f 370- STANttKU OOIXKKIJ Anderson Miller lot 7 i 83 Anderson Dave 3 acres 4 01 Crow Elizabeth 1 aero 2 Coirujr Jim lot oi Glveus Andrew hrsl acre 3 85 Givcns Kate 10 acres 2 4i Harris Martha lot 0 M Hays Will aero 3 80 Higgins Squire J acre 2 45 Hill Wyatt acre 3 70 McMulltn Joo L 2 acres a 85 Morrison Win 0 acres 3 05 Rout Sam 4 acres 515 Rout Dick 7 acres 3 75 tout Stun and Dick 3 acreS 2 10 Simpson Clips 3 acres 4 35 Watkins Henry lacru r 3 83 Robin Wm 15 a 3 90 CRAll OKOIIAIIIiWliITK Adams Si Jphnson 105 acres 4 35 BoltcnOlo8 acres 3 lO Cooper Mrs 1 SNIt 151 acres 27 00 Daujfherly Wm 45 acres 4 05 Daugherty Dan 70 acres 4 25 Delaney Mrs Kato 50 acres 2 5o Denny A J 20 acres 4 30 Couch Mrs Matilda 32 acrees 2 Oo Rinds O Addison 12 acres 3 85 Holmes Mrs MO lot 1 2 75 Holmes D V 103 acres 31 25 lI 1 Loasurc Too Sr loS acres 8 50 Lewis O f N R loo acres I Uo Lowering sam 80 acre ti III McDonald J J 400 acres 6 t 1 Shupe Task 01 acres 0 tt5 Singleton W J Zoo acres I M Smith Mrs Ammonia I3o acres a 2j Smith Prank 3o acres 2 30 John lo acres I tI3 Stringer Arnold Io5 acres 5 2j Thompson Chas I acres 3 US weaver vr II JT U T o news 2 05 Weaver B M NIt Co aetxs- ORAll Soo OK01IAKD COtXMtKU Smith J H N R 2J acres 2 So Sutton Win 6 acres 3 lo Williams wado 2 acres o0 SVAYNESDUItf1VlLITI- ilauglt Silaa A 30 acres 4 60 Bird Joseph 50 acres 5 00 Carrollton J M 206 acres 7 30 Chambers Jas 14 acres 5 t5 Cook W H N R 35 acres 3 45 Cook Ollia 50 acres 7 50 Oope J W N It acres 210 Crooms W R N R 160 acres 3 HubniJb MrsA K Leach hrs tgoa 25Eastman Ilobt N R68 acres 320 Falk George N R 119 acres 4 35 Floyd RMS acres 4 35 Green II L a5 acres oS Gosle Mn Sarah 40 acres a 63 Goodpaster Mrs Maggie 48 acres q IS Hamra Milton too acres 3 Hart John N R 47 acres 2 35 Leach Mrs tattie a5 acres 2 50 Leach M 20 acres 4 55 McKee W H 180 acres Ii So Mckenzie A j 191 acres 7 40 Moore Dave 15 acres 4 oS Morgan hrs 129 acres 35 Morgan Wm 100 acres 5 95 Myers A G 65 acres 4 So Padgett W H hrs 33 acres 5 75 Parkhill Dr N R 12 acres a 15 Bright Sirs Calhanue 13 acres a 40 Robinson Wm 15 acres 3e0 Iltissell Q W 400 acre 7 S Rogers J A 2lo acres 5 6Q Simms Hayden 121 acres 3 73 Smith Frank 49 actes 5 75 Smith Mn Erna 200 acres 4 83 Stringer A N R 60 acres 3 go Trisler Wm N R to acres 6 oo Ware W U Go acres j 48 Warren C E N R 9 acre 2 jo Waters hrs 2 75 White T W N R 75 acres I 73 Woods M H N R 180 acres 77 Young Morrow Peggy to acres l 35 Young Clark to acres 3 70 Zetsler Jacob N It 39 acres I 45 WAYNESOURtV COLOKI- DUaughman Eliza 2 acres a 25 Owsley Sallie N It 65 acres a rtv8TOaviLLEwliIT6 Akin George acre 16 10 Bastln Terrthrs 6 acres 50 Hutton A J aero 5 0P tlarp W II 160 acres 20 Jackson Jess 48 ssrcs l k5 Jackson Luke I norm 9S Lanjmri 0 0 lot 155 Upper 0 liNn acres t3 McAnlckilrs Lucy N It SJ acres 160 McCliord Sirs Mary N It lOaorea 170 Iteynold Milton SI acres 8 15 Richards Felix 40 acres 7 IO Blneleton UalUaa 1 acre 2 75 Walden John N It IT acre 145- tt ti tON UtCltunAdams John Sr 13 acre 1 20 Alcorn Caroline fan 3 aerie 2 75 prows John acre 3 33 Capp Mrlon aero 433 Burton Talltha bra 0 acre a 40 Oooch Ia ld hr lOncro 433 Ooode Frank lot Oooeh Clam I acre 30Jones Anderson N K aero 233 Jno L Cloyd lot 3 85 Tom Smiih la 5 20 McCormack lam N H ar rq t 30 McKlnncv Oscar lot 401 Owens Wllll 3 uerei 3 60 Rosa Henry N It lot 3 71 Stet Oas Bern US Trice Mitchell tore 05 Wilkinson Clay acre 5 H Wm Taylor shot and instantly killed his wjfe at Sparta Ho also shot and mortally wounded himself UMBRELLASi Recovered and repaired and made almost a s good as now for a small amount I can Bx your umbrella bettor titan the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a trial 1HANK ATKINC Stanford Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy roiiUyinmlo clothlntz when thrIs iin little ilirfuriiice In the prfcti of high uniiloriMiilyiiiiuli nulls nnd n Atilt iniidi to oxlrlIII1IlIlIortprlcobulmiesasulttoovercoats trousers timid fiincy tents Tlio coin iiny I reprolllJui Is ono of tlo last H C RUPLEY the Tailor POSTED We whose names appear below itrlctlj forbid hunting fishing or tiny kind of tree poising on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Sirs Kate Ador Itelchenbcch Hrne Fred VonOruonlsanAlbert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllman Fred Haumnrm Alfred Oeorpe Holmes HelchenbncbIA 0 Dunn S M Holme W E Amon W U Daugherty M J Hoffman MU Elmore Peter W darter J Nevin Darter J E Ilruco W Shomaker Thomas Ierrlll Green JoerrlllIF J Coon John Oamenlich Bam Trbrld e A D Root Ohurl1 Euslln Frank Cordler Mm M Hayden Welch Peter Balmer John Meier Samuel Llndtey Jacob Qacder Mrs Allcri Lytlo David 8tepheo Mary Uoirmann L P Nunnellej J W Baughmnn Onrlstenit Orsyion J O Carpenter Jacob JfHiweln Sam Dameron f WESELL the shoes so much talked about nowadays the ALLto AMERICAThese arc creating a furore all aver the country and so they should They arc style leadersall the latest original lasts and unequalled wear Made In Patent Colt Russia and Velour Calf they look well and wear welleBetter come in and sec what the shoes themselves have to say We think theyll make you want to annex a Ie pair SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KENTUCKYI j uu Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky r41tr Only I11i1u011 Weekly Published til the Capital niul tile onlyono that over took the AtMciatcd 1reM Reports has recently been cnlur cd niul greatly improved It lakes n of LOCAL XKVVS including that of the Court of Appeals State Fiscal Court Tho Pcilcml Court It ia es pccinlly vnluiiblc to lawyers Sitl cilption yearly 81 Send rcniittnuce t- oW P WALTON PRORr Frankfort Kentucky the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 15000CO DEPOSITS January f 1906 24600000 0 OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W Ot WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J It tiWW H TiUTUm Ollonrt Creek U L llLniilr lSDOmttr W O WiLKtit gianforo J H KoeTrit Stanford WII UIIAMSI Stanford J II IAXTWM Stunford- Ve rwiKtftfiilly solicit the nreouitt of Imtlvlilunl Klriimunil Curitorntlont llnnk sin Ibinkfr mill nrw lu furnUli oil ile MMltora niieh iicroiuiuixlHtluii us A- ttC1IIlatout with Silt UinkliiK Motlrrn Natty Ivjiodt ikus In our mull lor uw our utumen First NationalOf Stanford Ky Bank Capital StocH 50000 ThUluitltutlon wa eitabllibed ai the IoHMlt Hank of Stanford In 1818 then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford tu 1865 and Again rcorganlied as the First National Hank of Stanford In 1161 having had practically an unlnter rupted existence fur 13 year It It better supplied now with aellltle for transact Ingbudnesspromptly and well than eTer before to Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Offices n J a IIOOKKK hen 8T IlANltU V Ire J J UoKOIlKltTfl Chr W n PEA1tKNAniObr r Directors r Reid IJaavllle T llarrlt Stanford JII llocker Kunforil K L Tanner McKlnner M V Klmoro Stanford 3 U Uaughman Stanford SlaofardJas J II Ranchman Stanfoid J M tetliu Stanford as 0 R Tate Stanford YOUR WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRobertsDRUGGIST II IKltsoVAl stiiicrvision given to nil Imfcriiitiong coinpoiiiidcd IwvVY4r rttiY t1 N1N N1C- NtiltiIlcniin Compound Cniiua Heroin Coolpolupd WHEN BABY FIRST BEGINS TO 8KKKKK GIVE Craigs Heroin Compound IT OUJUSS THAT IIOAIISK ANN CKOUJY WHEEZE AND STOPS THAT ItATTLING SOUND L5c fiOc AND 81U0 SIZES AT CRAIGS DRUG STORE