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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY U 1906 NO 99 IINW H rear don burned together with n lot of feet n mulo and 10 cattle J M Quescnberry a prominent cltl zero Danvlllo died nt Savannah Ga whereho had gone to upend tho winter W II Kcmper of Boylo county has invented n patent gale which can be opened and shut with one pound pres sureCarroll Raymond a clerk in a grocer store nt Mays Lick dropped dead from excessive cigarette smoking Ho was 20 years ofage and consumed from 2- 1to 25 cigarettes n day All of tho Uanvillo churches havi adopted resolutions endorsing tho bill now before tho Legislature prohibiting tho sato of liquor in any precinct of any county In tho State irrespective of thi sentiment and have requested Senator Hubble to support the measure Hep rcscntativc Kmbry of lioylo is in favoi itA successful meeting of tho Eighth District Publishers League Will held at Richmond lust week The organizatior was perfected some months ago by s twenty newspapers of this congress lonal district for the purpose of wielding influence in the afTairo of this see lion and securing from wholesale houses lowest prices on news job stock and printers supplies The scheme hat worked admirably in uniting the editors and making thorn a formidable power in district matters A Card This U to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your itionvj Jt Foloyn Honey and Tar falls to curt your cough or cold It stops UK cough heals the lung end prevents fterlous VcsulU from a cold Cuios In grlppo cuiigh and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains noophitus The genul1 it yellow package Ilctuio chutes Penny Oniji stow +The attempt tc repeal tho statute which has ted to tho transfer of Caleb Powers from tho State to the Fedora court was defeated by a strict party vote when tho State Senate recommit ted Senator Hurnama bill to that effect Tho section for which an appeal was ftought was that part of the criminal cola which allows no review by the higher courts of the action of a circuit court on a motion to discharge the panel of jurors It was because of this sec lion that United States Judge Cochran transferred from this State to the Federal Court the case of Caleb Powers former Secretary of State who was thrice convicted of complicity in the murder of Gov Gocbcl Foit SALt A nice largo store room and dwelling above consisting of soy oral nicely furnished rooms A good barn and lot and nil necessary outbuildings Thu property isle good repair situated on Main street in Stanford Ky right in tho business portion of town The property will be sold at a bargain and U a splendid opportunity for some one desiring to go in business r for the store and dwelling combined will be a great saving in rent etc Pos session given immediately For partic ulars etc see or write L H Hughes Stanford Theros a fellow that puts n differ cnt color coat on almost ovary day He must bo a millionaire No hes a jwlnter likeThere is no contempt ox o Istlng between two of those follows who know it all Good intentions should be covered with asbestos You know whats paved with them CLots of people would bo glad to get rid of their experience for Ices than they paid for it It may bo true that all men tic fools but they are not reminded of it so often if they remain single Denes Time Ono the most beautiful women in America defies tho ravages of tlmo by simply keeping her blood purified with Dr Cu Itl well s laxative Syrup Icpsln r It will do tho sumo for you If taken at tho least sign of bowel liver or stomach trouble It will prevent all kinds of sickness keep your ulrculn thou clear and your skin and complex ion as fresh and pure as In childhood y Sold by G L Penny Stanford and O W Adamsi Hustonville at tOo and 81 Money back If It falls COUNS CUltto Corn Exit will posi tively remove corns in four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns arc 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 effectedG L Penny druggist Stanford Ky lIUSTONVILLEIA ten of L C Dont fall to attend the meeting Commercial Club Thursday night orI Miss Rosa Yowell is home from more from a visit with her manyfrlcnt James II ORourkc manager of tho Connecticut bane ball league has ben a ball player for nearly 39 years Wallace Steele sold IJ G Fox fou mules and one horse for 600 He 110M D S and C C Carpenter a Dignity Dare colt for 100 Dr J C Darker and wife wcre called to Huntsville Tenn Saturday on account of tho serious illness of Mn liurkerfl mother Mrs Hammonds Between and cattle passe through our city within tho last Cew days majority of which were going to Harrodsburg With five minnows George W Estes who lives near went to Green rive and In a short time caught live bass weighing from two to IJ Ibs Wo have it straight that a prom nent citizen of Heron and a wealthy lady of this section were to have beet married in Louisville last night The little daughter of Mr and Mn Elbert Smith who reside on Rural Route No1 from here fell and true turcd her right arm while playing There will bo a union prayer meeting Wednesday night at the Ircabyteria church to which all are cordially invit ed Mr Charles Wheeler will lead tho serviceOur wool buyers are offering 30c ler Ib for the best grades of the new clip Cowan McCormack are contracting for lambs weighing tbs and upward at Cc W S VanArsdall and a numbc of others havo sold at this price One of the wagons now hauling on the McKinney and Middlcburg pike had nn axle broken last week by the whec dropping into a largo hole in the culbcr near the residence of H C Dry Nov ho declares ho will bring suit against tho county for damages Rev J Talhert liuihong of liowlinf Green and Miss Lula Hopkins or Moreland were married Feb lilt In Lexington at the home of the Rei Snodgraw who officiated After a short stay at the Hotel LcLand they returned to the homo of the brides parents where a hearty reception was given them after which they loft foi Howling Green their future home Rev Bushong is a minister of the Christian church and holds a prominent position in Potter bible College Miss Hopkins is ono of Lincoln counties leading teacher We aro glad toannounce tho improved rendition of Mrs Mary J Wcathorford he mother of J Ganel George D IVcitthcrford and D S Carpenter Her serious Illness for the past week auscd great anxiety on the part of her numerous friends who aro hoping now for her early recovery Miss Lena lowell returned from a pleasant visit to Georgetown Mrs Hattic Orr County School Superintendent of Pendlcton is visiting her relative Mrs Sophia Carpenter Contracts can be made and at a very low price for three million hickory spokes delivered hero annually for five or ten years and fully as many oak In odium size could also bo had Our re sources for this class of valuable time ber Is sccond to none and our shipping advantages and road facilities pone Crates tho forests In three direction for a distance of over 20 miles It Is only a matter of time until a plant fully equipped to furnish those staples will be located in our city limaIn the shade applo tree- Ive waited Wf long love for thee that the voice once I heard grows faint with each word till its barely a whisper to me There is no more buzz left In tho bee the blossoms are withered uh- molnnel the tree that once grow where I waited for you has changed to in old chestnut tree In the shade of tho old apple tree where you hear the darned buzz of tho bee with a big car ing knife that I swiped from my wife I am waiting and wutchingby gee Of daggers I have two or three an ax and n cutlass you see and Ill stick nil hcsc things in the next guy who sings In the Shade of the Old Applo Tree II Frogg after rending Can it be osaible Drown that you were so old- as 12 when you wrote this The snow although a light one is worth thousands of dollarsto the wheat utsere Lame Back This ailment Is usually caused bj hcumatism of the muscles anti may be cured by applying Chamberlains Pain Halm two or three times a day md rubbing tim parts vigorously at such application It this does not af ord relief hind on a piece of lliinal lightly dampened with Pain Hahn arlll quick relief is almost sure to foi low For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky NEWS NOTES Mrs Wllllani Perrydiedof the infirmities due to old age at her horn near Springfield A three year old son of Robert Jones near Owensborro was burned to deatl by falling into a kettle of lye Mark Thomas aged 70 died at his home near Bloomfield after a long ill ness of a complication of diseases Hunter House and Walter Hiatt have rented of A G Huffman his farm near Rowland They took immediate pos session Tho coldest wave of tho winter hai struck tho State of New York the thermometer registering 15 below zero Saturday Police Judge Riley sent a prominent Lexington man to jail for 18 mohths ant fined him 100 for whipping his wife Hurrah for Riley The Louisville Pottery Company which will invest 100000 in a plant fop the manfacturc of flower pots and jugs has been organized William Barrett and Charles Snider each with numerous aliases are in jail at Owcnsboro charged with robbing tho postoffice at Dalton Hopkins coun tyRev Dr Joseph G Montfort fop many years editor of the Herald anel Presbyter an organ of the Presby terian church died at his home in Cin cinnatiClaude A Swanson who began public life as member of the Fiftythird Con and had been reelected to every Con since was inaugurated Governor ol VirginiaThe Mine Workers convex tion at Indianapolis adjourned after rejecting tho mine operators counterproposal and taking steps to raise n largo strike fund George B Eastin Camp U C V oi Louisville indorsed the trustees of the Confederate Home at Pcwce Valley and invited the Legislature to make a rigid investigation Congressman Ohio James and Mr Sibley of Pennsylvania had a lively tilt on the flour of the House at Wash ington in which the Pennsylvania Congressman also ran Mrs John H Castloman Miss Kate lleyman of Louisville and Mrs Desha lireckinridgc of Lexington appeared before tho Judiciary Comittce at Frank sort in behalf of tho Juvenile Court bill A resolution presented Ill the House or the General Assembly by Rcprosen ative Harry of Marshall county pre side for an investigation of all the jublic oflices and officers in tho State In tho alimony suit of Louise E Mad ten against her husband John E Madden the wife is made safe regarding tho payment of 250 a month alimony fayetto county realty being put up as ollatcral Some men are born great others ichievc greatness and others have jrcalness thrust upon them so which lass does Senator Hlckman belong 7 Frankfort Journal Perhaps ho be ongs to all Brig Gen Franklin C Bell a native of Kentucky now in command of the infantry and cavalry school at Fort Leavcnworth Kas will be appointed thief of stair to succeed Maj Gen Jno C Bates of the U S array Warrants have been issued for five alleged members of tho mob which hanged Virgil Bowers in Laurel county last October Ho was convicted of the murder of George Farris a wealthy lumberman of Knox county The Pennsylvania school teachers Right to go to school A few days ago tho 350 school teachers of a county thero were subjected to a test in spell ing Only 13 words were given them nil wonls In general use Only one teacher passed the test successfully Threolives were losfcpd a dozen per lions were injured as the result of a Ire in the hold of tho transport Meade bout to sail for the Philippines with 1000 soldiers The property loss cluding the personal effects of officers Is variously estimated at from 50000 to 200000 The enabling act authorizing the city of Louisville to issue bonds to the extent of 4000000 for the construction oC sewers was passed by the House of tho General Assembly without oppos tion Tho bill creating tho office of Assistant County Attorney in Louisville waG also passed Flcm Tharp dicdin Brcathitt county rom taking strychnine which he be roved to quinine Ho was an impor ant witness in the case of tho Commonwealth against Mose Feltner charg cd with attempting to kill Judge James Inrgis Tharpes little daughter got a small quantity of tho poison but physi inns saved her What is regarded as tho biggest gas well ever drilled in Kentucky came on Wolfe creek Wayne county The 110w was uncontrollable tho tools being lifted out of tho hole by the force of tho gas The drillers were endeavoring to get but will have to abandon the well Tho well will bo of no commer clnl value as it is so far from a point of consumption eA- Indianapolis suffered a heavy loss by fireMrs Jennie Kinney was held up by a white man near Glasgow and robbed of 25 Tho President has selected Gen red Grant for promotion to tho grade oC Major General in the army Itocco Bell who had been arrests In Chicago on a charge of burglar committed suicide in jail bYJanging himself with a sheet Alfred Mortlmore aged nine Is dead In Louisville as the result of a Oght with Charles Pclfer aged 10 There are 93 murder cases on the Chicago criminal docket Docs this look like tho time to abolish capita punishment It is said in Frankfort that the Hout and Senate Committees on Public Morals will return favorable reports on tho county unit prohibition measure The erection of a palatial hospital for wealthy Chicagoans is assured by the contribution of 352000 to the building fund of the Presbyterian Hospital Twentyfive indictments have been returned against John A Linn Clerk of tho Circuit Court of cook county IIIon charges of embezzlement larceny and forgery It Is said that the United State Brewers Association is in hearty sympathy with the war on blind tigers in the South and advocates passage oC a purefood law There is a movement on foot to put chase San Juan Hill as a weddin present for Miss Alice Roosevelt why not give her Washington City Londo England and a bluegrass farm or tw07 In fulfilment of a request made by the late M S Quay Senator Penrose of Pennsylvania has requested the President to reappoint Mrs Lizzi Baldwin Postmaster at Canton Miss A bill has been introduced in the Ohio legislature which gives authorit to physicians to put to death by an anaesthetic persons suffering from a painfuland incurable disease or In juryFire destroyed the Pythian armor in Jeffersonville entailing a loss oC about 35000 The building wai stored with rattan and burned quickly at one time threatening the business section of the city In the case of the Commonwealth against Henry Bacon and others printers in which the State sued to re cover 24200 alleged to have been pair out wrongfully the State Fiscal Cour decided in favor of the defendant print eraPassengers arriving at Willems tad from Ia Guayra Venezuela say that President Castro is preparing for wni and has ordered that the first French war vessel sighted in Venezuelan waters be fired upon Democratic Senators held a caucu In Washington and adopted resolution opposing the ratification of the Santo Domingo treaty and declaring it to bo the duty of every Democratic Senator to obey the caucus mandate Camp A Gen Joe Wheelers Confed crate cavalry of Atlanta which wa entertained at tho White House whil in Washington to attend Gen Wheel ers funeral voted down a propositioi to elect President Roosevelt an lion orary member of the camp A movement is on foot among the medical men of the State to have the General Assembly select the late Dr Ephraim McDowell of Danville orig- Inator of ovariotomy for one of the niches reserved for Kentucky statue in the National Hall of Fame Gov Beckham attended the sessip of the insurance convention in Chicago and delivered a brief address The convention appointed a committee of 16 to draw up a plan for insurance legislation and report at a future meeting Resolutions were adopted condemning the deferred dividend plan Former President Cleveland in Al bany N Y to deliver an address be fore tho Medical Society of the Stat of New York appeared before the State Legislature and was warmly greeted An incident of the occasion was his shaking hand with Senator Grady who years ago fought him bit terly Men Past Sixty in Danger More than half mankind over sixty pears of ago suffer from kidney and bladder disorders usually enlargement of postate gland This is both painful md dangerous and Foley a Kidney CIIII should be taken at the first sign of danger as it corrects Irregularities md has cured many old men of this lUease Mr Rodney Burnett Hock Port Mo writes I suffered with enlarged prostrate gland and kidney rouble for years and after taking two ottles of Foleys Kidney Cure I fool otter than I have for twenty years al hough I am now 01 years oldPen- ys Drug Store Just as soon as we discover that if orancc is bliss itisnt P C Auptt i r 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 Afull 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 i HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky Arbuckles Coffee 15cs 20 lbs Granulated Sugar 1 W H HIGGINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY F L m Prepare For 1906 r COAL AN111VOODWhite Oak Caunel East Tenuc5seeTellico H G Icllico Mountain ash Tellico Barren Fork FEED1Vlieat Straw Millet Hay Millet Straw Timothy Hay Mixed Hay Corn Oats Bran Shipstuff Big d Mixed Barley BEST COW PEED ON TIlE MARKET Big4 Mixes FeedGround Corn Oats Bran and Barley for 75c per sack till Xmas 11o have arrCrusher and cnn grind anything in the feed line Give us your order i GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY ssrsrs zse e sa e I CooK Stove Bargain 1 1 SECOND IIAND STEEL RANGE IN FIRST CLASS ORDER n cap largo oven high shelf warming closet Will last as long as a new one would cost three times the price S1200 ItlillI SEE S H ALDRIDCE I THE TINNER 1LVMDEIt PlTMl AND FURNACE MAX IPHONE 116 DEPOT STREET STANFORD I a a eseeraerr i BIT YOlR Collars Hames Collar Pads Backbands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets Grub Tools c from George Da Hopper Stanfc Ky Hardware Gtoceries TinwarerQueensware Tiling Etc tiST GOODS LOWEST PRICES 7C i 1n fr The Interior Journal rE C WALTONI THERE have been many contests wag ed before the present Legislature forI seats in that body The majority if not nil of them have been decided It is said that some of the contests were decided according to partisan views and some of them according to law Not knowing the facts we have no opinion and arc therefore content to let the matter rest on the presumption that all officials endeavor to perform their duties honestly The unusual number of these contests brings sharply into view a practice of long observance both in the federal and State Legislatures which might be inquired into theprac i tice of allowing both the contestan- andcontestee counsel fees and expenses incurred in conducting the contest What warrant of law is there for this 7 We say what warrant OF LAW no usage not legislative enactment bu LAW These fees and expenses are appropriated out of the public funds raised by taxation the only way the State can get money This money docs not belong to the Legislature It is own ed by the people The Legislature has no legal or moral right to spend a nickel of it except for the benefit of the 4 people If two men wage a law suit over an executive or judicial office the loser must pay all the costs The State that is the people does not pay a cent of the costs either in the way of court costs or lawyers fee A simpleton knows this much law Upon what prin i ciple shall we apply a different rule of law when the contest is between two men over a legislative officesIs a member of the Legislature invested by t virWe of his orilce with some peculiar dignity or excess of sanctity which docs not pertain to the Governor of a State or a Judge of the appellate court A man who contests the claim of anoth er for a seat in the Legislature does so only because he thinks it to his own personal advantage to have that seat The man who defends that contest is moved by a similar Reason An office is a property right Each one contends for the right to have that property If one loses that is his loss not the publics If the other gains that is his gain not the publics Why then should the pub lie pay the expense It is no answer to this question to say that these expenses are paid out of the contingent fund c and that the Legislature can appropriate what it pleases out of this fund The latter part of this answer is false in law and in morals The contingent fund like other funds is put into the treasury for public purposes only The power of the Legislature over it is not absolute It is true that a State Legislature speak ing in general terms has power t make any law which is not prohibited by the constitution But there are modi fications even of this general principle A ALegisbturecannotappropriate private property for public use without com pensation to the owner A Legislature cannot appropriate private property for either withor withoutprivate use com pensation The Legislature cannot touch a single dollar of this contingent fund whether it is regarded as the community property of the whole people or the property of each individual citizen and give it to some man to recoup him his loss in waging a private enter prise Suppose under our system oi laws two men were required to conduct their contest for the right to a seat in the Legislature before the court instead of before the Legislature itself would any one dare say that the costs and expenses of both or either of the parties veryIAuditor of Public Accounts has fre quently resisted in the courts the pay 1ment of illegal legislative appropria tions Why does he not try his master hand on this little piece of shall we say charity or public robtiery HOOTS and hisses greeted the men tion of United States Senator Tillman Gov Vardaman of Mississippi Thomas Dixon Jr and F Hopkinson Smith at a mass meeting held by the Constitu tion League in Cooper Union NewI York Called to protest against the disfranchiscment of the Negro in the South the meeting resolved itself into a general denunciation of conditions South of Mason and Dixons line No doubt the Northern screamers belong to that loathsome class favoring Negro equality Most Southerners believe a creature of that ilk unfit to associate even with the African to say nothing of a Southern gentleman If a man treated all ladies as heI treats his wife the chances are 10 to 1 that ho would be very unpopular with the fair sexCasey County News Is Editor Henry Thomas speaking from observation or does ho understand the situation as well as he did the cam paign in his county last fall when he was buried in the democratic landslide THE House at Frankfort assed the bills to give the mountains two more districts It affects seven judicialt and give the congested dockets of the old districts much needed relief 4 t Here and There By a vote ot 63 to 15 the House of General Assembly decided that Repre sentative Chris Mueller of Louisv ille a entitled to his sect Physicians at Jasper Ind reported that 17 persons were poisoned after eating rabbit Five children in one family are seriously ill The entire reorganization of the common school system in Kentucky is proposed in a bill introduced by Edu cation Committee No1 The monthly report of the condition of the Kentucky State Treasury shows a balance on hand at the close of busi ness on January 31 last of 1378831 81 As a net result of rioting in Paris though the inventory was taken in butane church 60 persons were jured seriously and many more slightly hurtt doubts as to the marriage of Mrs Charles T Yerkes to William Mizner have been settled by the filing of the marriage certificate with the proper Newyorkt Roosevelt Is casting wistful eyes toward tho New York Senatorship and that when his term of office expires he will return to the American metropolis and get in the race By the explosion of the boiler in the Saulsberg grist mill at Central City the building and several adjacent structures were destroyed Six persons were in the mill at the time but no one was case of Berca College against the Commonwealth of Kentucky was argued before the full bench of the Court of Appeals and taken under submission Hon John G Carlisle was among the counselIf Rev E L Powell contemplates mixing up in another Louiville cam paign he should remember that the burglars will get him every 30 days if he doesnt watch outHarrodsburg Democrat The will of Ambrose Bottom was upheld in the circuit court at Danville He died at the age of 93 years leaving his estate of 50000 to the children of one brother W A Bottom of Law renceburg Another nephew contested Hiport of lm Condition or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at HtmlfonlhtttwShltaafKNUtuckylttthecluseof UKKOUKCK- MIxuinxund Discount I 1MV SI OvtttlrtiftsmcumliindniHeenrtd 105 U H Honda to cure circulation 11110 m IltiitlutiiK on U bonds JAI boncl HCcurltlrs He VS53EO Hanking hoiiw furnlturii ami fix turns 4105 00 utter runt eitnto owned 4101111 HUH from National IliinMUiot rl servo n Kiiiti 12701 m nSehstefronuqprovnlnerrvestgtits 121131 Chicks nnd other cash ulnas if an XotiBof other Xntlonnl Hunks 3131 W Kmctloiml pii per currency duc- kelsnud rent WI ul awful Money Ilcstrvo in Hank viz HHclc 171100 f KIIIhIIIIrnote Utm K IS3S W ItedruqtlonhuulwithLHTmus urer 8 per ft of iilrculntlon Iatl 00 JIm from U Tit1 usurer other thnn Jer ct redemp fund Ira1rnUL Capital Htoik puld In fIJi UI HurpluxfuudM IOJOI ID Undivided profits lea oxleltwa- stud taxes iwild 514181 National Hunk notes out tiiiillntf 10ro Due to other Nntlonnl Hanks llt til Duo to Htntu Hunks nnd Hunkers 1910 in Due to Trust CotiiimnlH nnd Hay Ings hankN- DuutonpprovedreservungintN 7 45 Individual deMnlti NUliJect cheek 15I70S Notesiind Hills lledUcountetl 740- 7y4IT7t a xyIJnht1JSlelhllwrtsCllsllhrof Jill 111 Uink do solemnly swear that tho myknowlttigeiinilJMrltiiiKKTHCaihli r Huh crllsllA1101 worn to Ufore nu thin 3rd day fJIII1lIU1 W M Url ht SlCorrect Attest J Hooker H T HarrU IIIIIJ T 1MIIII DlmrtoM- Hoiort of thi Condition of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK lit Htiinford Ky In tho Htato of Kentucky at tho close of linslnesd Jan IV 1uEM0ufcrM IxMinx 1I1Ilt Miscounts f 2IJt1I1 Overdrafts HOcnred anil iinseciirecl iIetrlo- t H ltoii to uocuro circulation fiiV 00 Hanking house furniture and Six lures IIHIIO flue from National Hanks not rn servo igt1tiftj7 77 hue from Htato Hunks h Itanium 3tu ftj JIll rrolllllJlProwd r1In0 ng15 ntpll W Phecks stud other ca h Item m M Notes of other National Hunks on J1711IIIWfli1vU HHclu Sirl H Ix galtonder notes 4fW W 13iKUO- lUdciiiptlon fund with UKTiYti- surerGHrutof circulation 3fmu IiO7 01i JIMIIIITIKS Cnpltnl Htook paid In niiQ no tturplup fold 15It00 Undivided prolttii lest oXJli1I islet taxes paid ass It National Hank iiite outstandln iesr0 00 line to oilier Nut Hanks 4SIO1t hue loHtatu Hanks and Hanker P- OIllllvIdualdeKnltH sub Jcl to cheek 22UK7 fl SCtl7SI M ii7UKiuI Htato of Kenturky Jounlyof IJocoln us thHlllluJllllllldhllnkt temeiit Is true to the lest of II know wise and belief W f 1ht1aIITIrhlerH- ubsertbed and sworn to before mo thla 3nl day of Koli 1UI J McHolxTt N I Correct Attest W JI fllintikn JlJ Iax ton llHlninkn Director POLITICAL Col John Temple Graves was temporarily removed from the position of editorln chief of the Atlanta News by a petition of Charles Daniel bust ness manager tied managing editor of the paper granted by Judge Pendleton of the Superior Court Graves is a candidate for U S Senator from Geor giaDr W W Smith thq Republican member from Jefferson county intro duced a bill in the House looking to the abolishing of the Board of Public Safety of Louisville and the establish ing of a Board of Police Commissioners to hold office for four years and to be were filed by the contestants in the contest cases for County Judge and Sheriff of Whitley asking Judge Jarvis to vacate Judge Jarvis is a brotherinlaw of Dr Moss the Republican County Chairman The contestants were independent candidates and on account of alleged political prejudice they want some Judge from an outside district to pass on the cases JERRY SMOTHERS colored who lost his hand about two weeks ago in a clover huller asks us to thank tho num ber of people who were so kind to him during the past days of suffering Es pecially those he wish to thank Dm Hugh Reid and T W Pennington for their faithful service Jerry is well thought of as people both in Lincoln and Boyle counties offered to help him in many ways The Union elevator in East St Louis IIIwas destroyed by fire entailing a loss estimated at 1500000 The ComINew Hustonville Firm Iacocktheirshare of the patroniiKt of thu Went End Iwo ulll1Itstuff lit highest mnrkvt price nod harlni n splendid went cutter we buyallItlMIIOl A Mllh llutoiivlllo Ky OFFICE OF GAKMND SINUIUTON Snpl Schools of Lincoln Co Junuar lr 1000 Whites Conccntrnteil Water Co KyGenllenlen er front acute indigestion and constipation for years After having tried various remedies and receiving no relief I decided to try your Grub Orchard Concentrated Water Alter using same for two months Ieattruthfully say that I feel better than I have for years I want to Bay that it iti tho greatest remedy out for in digestion constipation and other like diseases I cheerfully recommend this water to nil enflcrers Ileepcetfully GAULAND SIMJIKTOV Fpr sale by all druggi- stsPUBLIC SALE Two Houses and Lots and 33 Acres of Land in Stanford Ky w will on MONDAY KKJt ISIHKl U tweenlbehours of unit S r In HlllllfnnlIa Itfrollbinlit cuttiiK with six rootiiH AtM the housv stud lot now occupied J K Wntvri on the ndJolttingtheof hind on tho North side of lust slam lIlIlayJlIIITIIIlIIstud lot occu1ed by JK Water and the ttt lIeroH of land will first Iw lUnrtd separately hldshrlllllIVhf house and lot occunhtl by I M llrucc will le sold by Itself IntwohearlugMuUolMrtH IIKVIU toad secured by lien on thu property IKttl good nnd 101M nindu on coinplluiict h sill1oforl Feb 2 He ItUJl ItT V rUIUKJM fly H O Warrun Attyln fimt MAHY M I MIJHllrK HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAH FOR ONLY 150 UnitedFew people In Suites have not heard of the OourlerJournnl Democratic la all things fair In nil things clean In all thing It Is essentially n family paper sty a special arrangement we are enabled to otter the WEEKLY OOURIERJOURNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for the corn blnatlpn to usdot to the CourierJournal 7e fIS s ISeetlsasw as sw soa sle0t i OVERCOATS 1I 1 IWo have honk iince learned that its better for our customer I letter for us not to carry goods from one eeuou to anotli I cr nnd 80 wo ilmll tryat the end of each season to mpo our remnants nt n price that you can nllonl to Imnillo t1l We do tint want to carry nn VKIICOAC and to tip this cofI +make the following prices on Mens Coats 82000 Coats go nt T8lM0 rriAll 817 fiO Coats go nti a O Coats go nlu n 1A1l812 Coats go at 12rQIBoys Coats go nt Boys Coats go at 1 All 8r 00 Hoys Coats go nt t ltOUI 4 8400 Hoys Coats go nt IAll85r 0 Boys Coals go at 8300 Boys Coats go nt LFFI IIevery Coat in the lioti o is FIIESII S11ELi S IXenrl III STANFORD J MCROBERTS KENTUCKY I L tlw J I 1 l I IHAIRHum s btwuuv ut- htr remvw taiutlnl a 1aJIPatti to nrMr Ilalr to II Youthful Color 5sill usla s w I A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated just outside of town limits on the Somerset prlaa1Q outbulldlDRi Water hydrant In lie flockJ J P BAILEY Jesse W SweeneyiIPO- PNlarok Livery Food and Salo StAble Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to dale rigs at rcatonnhlA ra- lrINSURANCE Hire Lightning WindWorm Ilfo and Accident None but tho HTIIONOKHT and IIKHTUompnnhi xjwntro ilbln Rate Loss Inylnit lice ordUncqunlkU Tulk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky llesld ncu Ihonu No td NEW LIVERY STABLE BUSES k CLABKSOH Inn JUNCTION CITY KY trit01an Tarnouu at Reasonable hates Special Attention to Traveling Men Oraln and Hay For Sale A Special Bargain Ono hundred and slitg urn fnrm abut tittles Norlwitt of Oixnl two tory lr rooiiiilwellln It stock Imnsou0 of the lest watered furltlaInlie county till nvciiuuiryoutliulldlnxK Hplenilld or lard to acres In bluoaniM novvr Ie ii plowed Tho whole farm Invs well and there U 11- 0wllal land on It Five little Rom Onnvlllo and In it nulendld community This U n Imrgaln and tho plnc must Iw sold within the next days liu locust posts can uottonorrof farm IoMentlonKlvoiiiitoncv Poriiartltularitwo Jnmenlwblteor leIts llughes Htnnford Ky INSURANCEYour 011 are sure to die See nnd talk with It M Newlnntl who will show you the policy best adopted to your ago and rclllu8tullces Claims paid promptly Dividends paid annually or defer red It M NKWLAXO Agent Mutual Lifo Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1813 Dar 1 Traylor t DJAHH Whlsll Brandu Wines Bear Gloars Etc Oarpenter Olosa to OapotSTANFORD KYI Prompt nd oliu attention Nothing but the bs to drink Mitt phone cr ulgnph orders receive troMptatUntlo SEE THE f- NEW IDEAS IN HIGH GRADEfi BOX PAPERS NOW ON DISPLAY IN PENNYS WINDOW PENNYS DRUG STORE- s Stanford Kentucky JUST RECEIVED A Large Shipment of i Ranges Call and See Them xj GEORGE H FARRiSoStanford Kentucky TO CLOSE OUT r JACKETS that Nero S950 nowI500 II II btj1111 8750 holyu n J50 lit II II fioO now unuuunn Lm II II II 100 flewuu nun 200 MISSES LONG CLOAKS that worn 8700 now 31i0 II to i r II 375 84 and 8J50 now 200 II It it II II 250 now i 150 Having made up our mind these goods must ho closed at once Wo make prices to move them regardless of whet they cost W J5 Perkins r y J f Crab Orchard Kentucky r At roc of large of with to match 3 and 4 inches wide At 250 t TAt5oc Choice assortmentEdgings Inseitinn Choice of six nice patternsIICorset Cover Choice of six patterns on Swiss and N f Cover Embroidery SrcfoOIIII KY FiR 0 1900 RUSSIAN Corn Cure removes corns i- 1four days lOco Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS b ORIfIw tho wife of Robert Fenzol Sr C girl- MR 1 It HuatiKS went up to Mt Vernon Sundny Mil L1 W NICHOLS of Danville was hero yesterday ATTORNEY GEORGE U SAMLEY ia In Frnnkforton legal business MR tAm WOOLKORD of Huston 1vlllQ was bare yesterday MK A B C DINWIDDIE of Huston I vlllo was hero on business yesterday MRS J G LIVINGSTON was hero from Crab Orchard Saturday shopping MRS H K BOURNE of Now Castle Is with her mother Mrs Lou Shanks t J C LYNN camo over from Frank ti fort Saturd ay to see his wife and chil drenMR AND MRS M F ELKIN of Lea ington were hero Friday en route to LancasterMiss Moon of Junction City Is tho guest of the tnmily of S TM DurdetU HON ONTAINB FOX nOII ITT of Crab Orchard was hero yesterday on legal business lMss CLEO BROWN has returned to I her home at bit Vernon after a visitI to friends hero- JJ T EMHJIY doorkeeper of Senate was with his family here Satur day and Sunday ATTORNEY W Me JOIINSON of Lancaster took tho train hero Sunday for the mountains MRs JAMES It BEAZLKY Is doing as well as could be expected tier fever U slightlyabated THE Jessamine Journal of last Friday contained a picture and wrlteup of Senator Took Hubble Huv L AI OMFR will preach at the Turneravillo Christian church Sunday afternoon next at 230 Miss MARY KANKIN daughter of Mr T C Rankin of tho lIubble section is quite III with pneumonia MK It G COLLIER a good citizen of tho East End has moved to Somerset M where he orders his I J sent DICK HAMPTON one of the best engineers on the L N system spent several days with his mother here MR THOMAS 11 SHANKS who is now City is hero onan attorney of Kansas a visit to his mother and brothers Miss UHOUA LUNSKORD who has been suffering for nearly six weeks as tho result of n fall is thought to be ImprovingGeo E1U3 who is traveling for a Cincinnati shoo house spent several days with his parents Mr and Mrs Frank Ellis MR FRANK J PUMPHRKY who has held tho position of job printer in this olllco for the past month returned to his homo at Somerset Sunday Miss MARTHA MKNEKEB of tho D D Institute Danville spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs J N Mencfce t MR J It OKNDORKK of Livingston who has been suffering for a month or more from n badly mashed foot is Im proving Mn M F SMITII of ML Vernon was hero Saturday Ho came down to bring his little daughter who In being treated by Dr Carpenter for sore eyes MESSRS JAMES MCKECHNIE It L Hubble and Mack Eubanka are back from Atlanta whero they disposed of a number of mules at satisfactory pric i ea- MR OLLIU FIELDS who went to Paint Lick about two weeks ago to ac clerk did not remainascept a position clerking in a grocery long lie is now at Junction City MR W T SMITH has accepted a d and nurse at fhn positiop nS gun private sanitarium of Ur G T Sprague week to en at Lexington and loft lost ter upon his duties- MUSELSIH MARY EATON who Is here as the pleasantly several weeks of her aunt guest for marrlell Inst MrsC It Coleman WIIS ilusincssJamesofCl fLOCALS rBalo Charles LOCUST posts Ensslin Ottcnhelm Ky to your clothes Go to Wilkinsons A skilled Cincin cleaned and repaired anti workman Is In charge F BRING your prescriptions to Dr W N Crnlg for low prices and best ser vice Fort BAL EFarmwagon harness plows cutting box corn sheller A G Huffman JUST in big lot of cannel coal which I am selling nt IGJc per bushel W S Wigharn Alor land CLOTHES cleaned pressed and re paired Firstclass work guaranteed Cummins McClary FOR IicTThe storeroom on Lan caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this once- WANTEDA pairof young work mules to keep for their use Plenty of feed Lock box 101 Stanford SPECIAL for repairing watches and clocks Call and get them Jesse Portia at Florences old stand on East Main FOR SALE OR KENT Dr K Van Arsdoloa residence Possession given at once Apply to L It Hughes Stan ford Ky IlESTAURANT barber hop and resi dence in Junction City all well located for sale Write J Newton Craig Junction City Ky A 1tIAJlKA dryer ndopen spell of weather for this season of the yeas was broken Sunday night by a snow fall of an Inch or more OPEN kettle New Orleans molasses COc Arbucklos coffee 16c tomatoes lOc corn lOc Market price for produce P G Warner Son Tills ofllco nchnowlegcs its abligntions to tho Danville News for tho loan of ono of its expert workmen Mr Albert LInney who is assisting us In a rush of work A TWOYEAROLD childor William Land died at Rowland Saturday night of pneumonia and was buried in the Goshen cemetery Sunday JAILER HERRIN makes his prisoners useful as well as ornamental By 9 oclock yesterday morning ho had all the walks leading into tho court house swept clean and freo from snow TUB January number of the Southern School Journal published at Lexington contained an excellent and lucid article on tho school system of Kentucky written by Judge M C Sauflcy of this place Tin tri principals meeting composed of the Stanford Danville and Lancaster Graded Schools will bo held at Danville next Friday afternoon Prof J W Ireland of tho Stanford School is down for an address FOR SALE About II acres of land ono mile from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster pike A good dwelling well nail all necessary outbuildings Place is right on pike This is a good home and a cheap place The owner of this property lives at Henderson Ky and has mado up his mind to sell It can bo bought at a bargain Forprlce etc Bee or write L It Hughes Stanford Ky SUIT GARLAND SINGLETON went to Crab Orchard yesterday to look after some changes which are being made in tho school districts of the East End A number of now school houses aro being built and old ones repaired and enlarged to accommodate tho increas ing number of Mr Singleton tolls us tho question of a graded school for tho town of Crab Orchard is being discussed sNoeSTANFORD rural rout 1 and 2 will continue to run daily except Sun- ray until further notice tho order to reduce the service on these routes hav irfg been suspended through tho pronpt lotion of Senator McCreary and Rep resentative Gilbert with tho Depart mejit at Washington Tho patrons of these routes should do business now and hold this service by Increase of business and number of boxes Rural Route NO1 3 by tho way of Coffeys School Highland and Neals Creek church stands discontinued on account of small patronage It Is hoped that theso peo plo may bo able to hold tho route on by increasing mail business in that section at least have convenient service of some kindthe time is short Tho or der to discontinue No 3 is to take effect February 15th I i A GREAT ADVANTAGE Has the merchant who can buy a large lot or close out an entire line of merchandise We were able to do this in the purchase of our embroideries and consequently are offering some special values not otherwise obtainable We mention here some very special lots at very low pr ices A GOOD job printer who can feed a cylinder press can get a position by immediate application at this office FOR RENT Richard Hampton property on Logan Avenue For particu lars see Mrs Hampton or tall phone 83 WANTED Bright honest young man from Stanford to prepare for paying position in Government Mall Service Box One Cedar Rapids In IK you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concen trated Crab Orchard Water for sale by W B McRoberts G L 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 dress was Llncolntown Ky in 1865 Small recovery can probably be made Address Harvey Spalding Sons Washington D C A PETITON is in circulation in Casey county which will be presented to the Legislature in a few day asking that body to place the county in this Con gressional district The petition has been signed by every democrat who could bo found in tho county THE many friends of Mr A Logan Denny learn with regret of his trouble with tho officials of Ascot Park Los Angeles Cal One of his horses Du tiful won two races there last week and Coo spme reason the judges demanded that Mr Denny give an expla nation in regard to the horse The en tire affair is doubtless spite worlc on tho part of some enemy to the Lincoln county gentleman as no ono who knows him will believe for a moment that ho is guilty of wrong doing MILLER PARDONED The good news comes from Washington that the President has pardoned Midshipman John taul Miller convicted by an Annapolis courtmartial of hazing The charge was purely technical as Miller had only made some fourth classmen do a little drilling when they came into his room doing the automobile act and overturning some furniture Fromare liable source it has been learned that tho authorities at Annapolis have all along had knowledge that hazing was being indulged in at the academy but had made no effort to stop it until the death of Midshipman Branch of New York who died as the result of a fight with Midshipman Merriwether of Louisiana It seems that upper class men have it within their power to make life n burden for those under them and Branch who had a years advantage of Merriwether pushed his power be yond the limit and the fight followed This and other things started a whole sale investigation and Miller was one ofn number adjudged guilty but on account of the technicalities in his case President Roosevelt granted clemency It is a source of gratification to Millers many friends as ho has for four years stood high in his studies and has the reputation of being a fine officer At him but especially would it have been had it come at this time since he will graduate this month with honors Mill er is a son of lion John W Miller of Lancaster and we congratulate both father and son on the happy termina lion of affairs CommonColdsare the Cause of Many Serious Diseases Ihyslolims who have gained a unto lentil reputation as analysts of tho cause of various diseases claim that if catching cold could ho avoided a long list of dangerous ailments would never be heard of Every ono knows that pneumonia and consumption orig- e from acold nod chronic catarrh bronchitis and all throat and lung trouble are aggravated and rendered more serious by each fresh attack Do not risk your lifo or take chanced when you have a cold Chamberlains Cough Remedy will CUIO it before these diseases develop lhls remedy con talus no opium morphlno or other harmful drug and hUH thirty years of reputation back of it gained by its cures under every condition For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular drug gist ut Stanford Ky library building if the college shall ITilE Senate Pension Committee has reported a bill pensioning Captain Philip B Thompson of liar rodsburg at thirty dollars per month Capt Thompson and Capt Todd are the only Kentucky Survivors of tho Mexican war A pension could not be more worthily bestowed than on these two veterans Capt Thompson Is now about 85 years of age In the prime of his life no lawyer of his district stood higher in his profession and none en joyed a more lucrative practide AsI soldier ho was distinguished both in tho Mexican and Civil wars for great personal bravery and skill in handling his men on the field of battle At Shi loh ho won the approval of Gen Albert Sidney Johnson for gallant and meri torious conduct Ills time is necessari ly short but when he dies Mercer county will have lost a citizen who has made a deeper impress upon that com munltythan any mm born within its limitsand Mercer county is rich In its own historic characters The Senate Committee appointed to investigate the conduct of the Confed crate Home at Pewee Valley will visit the homo and begin its investigation Ilipurt of tilt Condition of The National BanK of rjustonvllle nt UIOIIIIIIII tin forte or Kentucky tluMloMiif luisliuiiH Jnnrw ivou ItKXOOItCKM Ixwimnnil PlMoiiutu lZSliSl OviTilrnftii viiri liin limsiciiml 2751 III u H Ilnodstoweuro circulation IVUU honking licuiMfiiriiltimviiHl llx turns ui Duo from XiitluiiiitiinkNiioln wrvo ngits 101 Put from BliiHi Hunk t hunkers 675 01 from 1I1Iro1 nrlIIIII 11nsiI JliVckn mill othrr null Items eta Volt of other Xtitlonnl IJimkf 6ftW W Fractional polsr currency nick UniUfiitn 1111 IJIM fill Money Itewrvn In Hunk vlzj Hjxole llllittft Itfl Kiiliinptlon film wllh IHTmisu- rwr l1kr wnlof vlrvulatlou ftB SIM113 IIAUIMTIKM- Papltnl Htwk pout III VOllso Hunting fund lOU UI ITmlivliUM iinilllN Tess oxgs 0sts mill hues lurid aYti Nnlloiinl Hunk iiotVH cblll lilt 11511 lice touUiiT Nntloiuil Ihillkx 11111 InuitoHtnti lliiiikHHUil IdilikLTH UiWdl- IiMHvliliiiililcMillHMi1ijfit check mojfttt LliilIIUIom tlit rtlinuthu iunlioti- Htntrd reM rrtt for tuxes Ml ij 122I6I StntiMif Kentucky County of Lincoln nl I W HiwkirliKlikrof tlioaUiNvnaiim Imnk du Miliiiinly kwtiir that the nlmvi sbllementIIrnetotha It of iiiy know edge ti0d iMlllf J W llOOKKH OlIKllU- TNiilxorllNiliiiulKwnruto Ixforiinv thUiln1 day d F II dud J I looItLN V Xj co sulslun expires Ma roll l olTCt AttortJ Alrorn T J llob tus n J W IowiMl Directors The Best Physic When you want a physio that Is mitt and gentle easy to tako and pleasant in effect take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Prlw 25 rents very box warranted Got trot sam plo at Dr W N Craigs the popular druggist nt Stanford Ky and try then n PUBLIC SALE P LIVKUY OUTFIT AT STAN FORD SATURDAY FEB 10 If Mend of last Work horses HunnlctS Hurruyi 3 cummer1 WIIKOIIK Hi t nlngU llitrnens KelH Ilurncha Hot Illuck mltliV TooU HarrMCitiitorOlilliiKii Hiltf uy Heater and Dozen Vlilwl Klrvlroof Hofe Terms mmlii known on day of I- tJllItNNIhlte truel Ky FOR SALEl furm of MncnigOKl liltin grass niul to burro land hits I acres of liemu on It thli venr tho balance In gnisa Harm out mile from Iliutonvtlle land adjoins iilku homo of 8 room kitchen buck porch and cUtern ncnr kitchen Has new lMrii xB feet For- lurutsupplyto JII MtIIJI itGUl PUBLIC SALEI AT MONSIKTTA HTOOK YARn Four nillex from Danvlllu on tho Jlnrrodi burg pin WKHNKHDVY KKItllUAUY Nth at O5r1 coniltln8 of the following Tldrteun Thoroughbred llnn1III foul to Imp Itunkln Tiniiy olll Vows with oung CalvomlS Iolled Angusstcurswnlgll fro a em to 5 lied will pig In Mllrnbt1 oil Work Mutest extra good Work tults0 e rohl viiexlrn Hll 1Fnudlyllorsua Ilur KlfnHurrtyHlUickboard Tobacco Pres3 uooil ono extra BOH Holler 2 Kufm IIItIII l1I1IltnklU Tiger hmel heK n lllllillTB llownnil llurrovsl new Corn Planter fertilizer Hooslor UrlllfvrtllUer l llIlIh lnr Iortnlilo Forgo InrKU Illncksmlth Anvil huge lllaukmnlth Itt bating lml ment or desurlptlou RlIII to JrrIllr Also ninall lot llojw toldFurnltule8tovlsetc DinnerHervetl Knonuh for Horttca old nt oVImk ortlio lint tiring after din ner AJoJIIINIIIy T KnislUh AucUonewr d IIItI i At 50C 11ChoiceIeryfor Waists and Yoking I Baby Sets 1Webaby Edgings and Insertions with Iof to match At 5C IILinenThese are big values l SEVERANCE SON STANFORDKENTUCKY 1 servI Annapolishis giveSwathmore liebrary Ition r 1 li WINTER SUITS i GREATLY REDUCED i y is almost time for Spring Suits iIt arrive and must all Winter go Goods toi 1750 Suits reduced to 1250i 1500r 1100 i 900ii ALLiLIKE REDUCTION ON BOYS WINTER SUITSi BUY EARLY AND GET THE PIC- KCUMMINS i i McCLARY i n 1NM TNNN1NTN NNf111tiNtiVr fo+ tb4t4h + FtFFfItFlJ Htll I3IJ U 1111 Linens and Linen I Finish Material The Best for Springa- We t are Now Ready to Supply Your Demand for the Same i Finish Suitings 36 iinehcs wide at Linens in best shades for ItColrcd at Striped Linen for Childrens Suits II nt IJfi inch Irish Linen iat10incli SheetingjLinen Lawns tattT 122 15 and 20C I I25C per yd II2oc per yd I I25 and 50c per yd i IIJmbroitlcry Linennt 75c per yd I I100 and 125 I 1 50c and 100 per yd I 13t LMHUYCODry Godds Notions Five ij and Ten Cent WarerfQrra House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY l t II 11 t Iltttit tilt l +tt 1 II II U i j ti 11 i i mini l at T The Interior Journal Entered in the Pott Office al Staitford as ccmtci mnttfT t lUJlLIAIIRlJ TUKHDAYH MW PIUUW AT 100 PER YEAR CASH tfWhen not so paid eoo will bo charged E D Peyton i DKALEU IN t Staple and Fancy Gro- t ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford J H 100NE i CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on ua on Depot Street Alto Dealers In Coal BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Your patronage is solicited Monj handled on commission Stock Pone In Connection NERVOUSIDEDILfTY Tile world admtra men who are strong In physical ncnul and DerT torrri mm of ambition energy bocE4TOan mntal hgerrEC lm Nirvu Nsmu Dslllty talune Yamry Vlnl Wok nun PrltoUn alsgwuano and other troublndna cauMflKakr sacsanteeKiaallr cood fur vomrn Booklet perrER HCOICAU ASSOCIATION CHICAGO UI A roi BALL AT ranrtB DUUO BTOM JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture MattingaRuga They will exchange Furniture for nil Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY C teeaT Unde taker Embalii er an HarnessSfddlerySTANFORD Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 THE LIVER QUARANTINE TAKING Iris MIUU OUT i Ilurried eating hasruinedmany a mans stomach The digestiondestroying cess is gradual often unnoticed at first But it only a short time until the liver balks organs give wayand almost countess ills assail the man who endeavors to economize time at the ex of his health IA torpid liver causes a quarantine the system It sed germs and body antI affords them full Inviting some serious illness 4fIn families where August Vlowerls used II sluggish liver and constipation are unknown so are all as well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn t heada hes BU alTec tions No wellregulated family should be without this standard fTwo sues sec and 750 All druggist For Sale at Penny Drug Store L FARMERS DEPARTMENT J A Walter sold to John Under wood a horse for SO FOR SALE Throe large fine mules thrcq and four years old A O Lewis Somerset Ky Fon RENT Twentyfive acres of hemp land for 1900 See C C Carter Stanford It Fon SALE Seven coming three and fouryearold mules Clay Floyd Hus tonvillo Ky FOR SALE shocks 250 fodder Good place to feed it Givens Carter Morcland Ky William Spllman of Boyle sold his crop of hemp to J T and A Voris at Burgin at 5 per hundred- J C Poppies Prcachcravllle wants to buy some 100pound hogs He has 700 shocks of fodder for sale S T Harris of this county and Monto Fox of Boyle are slopping a large number of cattle near Crab Or chardThe mild weather of the past week lint toharpo in Inn condition for hand ling and has enabled nearly all of the tobacco growers to put their last year1 crop on the market Black barrow weight about 60 lbs came to my place four months ago Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep E Gaines Walnut Flat 3U A red heifer with a few white spots blind in one eye 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 McKinney A Womans Martyrdom Is too often her own fault slmpl because she wont take sulllcient trouble to try a medicine that so many thousands of women enthusiastically recommend viz Dr Caldwells lax afire Syrup Pepsin This bland soothing curative medicine regulates disordered functions of stomach liver bowels etc and soon restores sick women to perfect health Try it Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvllle at uOo and 31 Money back if It falls Eve was the only womwho had positive proof that she was the only woman her husband ever loved A Habit to Be Encouraged The mother who has acquired the habit of keeping on hand a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy saves herself u great amount of uneasiness and anxiety Coughs colds and croup to which children arc susceptible are quickly cured by Us use It counter acts any tendency of a cols to result in pneumonia and If given us soon as the first systems of croup appear It will prevent the attack This remedy contains nothing injurious and mothers give it to little ones with a feeling of perfect security Sold by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stanford Ky Its easier to teach a baby to talk than it is to teach a woman not to and Then INow and careful physician invents in his practice some special medicine that proves so universally successful whenever proscribed that he proceeds to place it before the pub lie to be reached by the newspapers This Is the history of Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin For years proscribed by Dr W H Caldwell for onstipation and all disorders ot liver stomach ond botvols it was at lust manufactured on a large scale and is now the most successful med Iclno In the world Joe those diseases A pure scientific tonic laxative syrup pleasant to take and perfect In results Try It stld by G L Penny Stanford and CW Adams Iluston dlle at COc and 81 Money back if it falls First Reformer We ustnt put II premium on political corruption For Biliousness and Sick Headache Take Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup It sweetens the stomach aids digestion and acts as a gentle stimulant on the liver and the bowels without irr tatinj these organs Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures biliousness and habitual constipation Docs not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasan tto take ilomember the name OniNO and refuse to accept any substitute Pennys- Drag Store There will be a congressiol election thIs year Now is the time to begin the work that will result in the election of a democratic congress Second ReformerThats right We- can get all we want now at par Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foleytl Co Chicago originated Honey und Tar us a throat find lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity or Foleys Honey and Tar many Imitations arc offered for the genuine These worthless imi tationshnve similar s mcs Jewure of them Tho gonufnoVjieys 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 DrugStore h Central Kentucky Reaistatexchaogedc Ko Tolioui itnilloti situated la Crab Orchird with lilt and one halracres ot land u Uclied Doth are frame cuntlttli uO and lheother of a roomsStable two good iprlnp tic Tin buildings ate and Ibo fencing liorJIoiry Two iwiJ nlcnt and tne acre la tuture Will tell each plies separately or es a whole Price on the property at a 11300 No ISIA lann of 3W acres one end one hlf miles nUlb of IhuUntllle on the Llutllle pike Two holy bill etc Ha youngorcnardbeeringallkindsol trull well watered ucrer falling spring etc ill bulldlo and fence are In good retttlr Tbli rrm liiltuileJIn Ibe belt nectloa of Lincoln county aid U an Ideal homo HploudM Ire bouw barn- nod nil other ntexmry uiilbulullngi lrlce 00000No139s3 acre or land In the town llnilu of Rowland about 16 acne bottom land any 81 crtl In woodland The puce la well feared and water ed water woki wr cod eiliern I story frame bUilding 5 rooms ball rand back porch sum met kllentn and cellar Uood barn and all other neccwary outbuilding Including cell trancrji etc All In good repair knclog In lint class order all wire ferca Thl Ii a beautiful place a desirable bows clove to town and will cell chop coo on ety No110A farm terlDlIElnney lays on pike No can Ide and drlrowa Inrenttr 2 other hams end2tenantbonaea firooui btlrk resilience end kitchen and all otber necessary out bnlldlnf Dulklngt and fencing In good reoalr plies wU wnttrtd clitern at bun and house pond tpriui I ec About acroa In ftut and the rut In eul tltatlon Idce19c0uW- No IMloo acre farm about I mile this side or Shelby Lt room rottagel No1 good cellar under the kitchen flood barn of sullcelbetc Building are In good repair and tbe are modern Twos ringa end good andeoTerNo ASiOacrelirmljIngon Oltrlrernea Crab Orchard About acre In ciiliUatlon and Macnaln pasture net In good timber Aleut 75 bearing fruit tmI on the place 2 cup ro dwelling Ordinary atabie and and a very good tenant bouse Tbe bulldlnga are In scry goal The pUce h watered y5niverfaillugaprlnp Tbl la a good stock farm and Is o at a Price only 5150010 No 125CothgeIn Laccuter ifeet front and feel All nectaurr ollllul1dlo eicrp barn ETerylLlogIinagandingoodhata cIo uge contain 4 room nd basement Close to school cburobe tic Price 1230000 No 19170 acre farm near Huitonrllle Hood Iwelllngandbaia a good portion ef tbl plee could be lold for town Iota III watered aid the fencing and building are In good condition Vbl hOLe of tbe boil farm In the county Tle toll is rich and will product hemp etc Price 113000 No 20167y tent ot land cottage of rooms good hill ana i porcbe flood barn and other uecraaf outbuilding Fencing and building In good Slate well watered a tpl odld well it house etc lind le ell level and produce well Young apple and peach orchard Iblifatin Is about5mlleefromtown Price KffM NoOJA 220 acre turf In the Waynitbuii KOlou Iu2 tones from 3 rail road lUllaoi Ioteto rot omce Store cbunbet tie Lave Ixtween 2 eau0t Rural Frte leUerl Route by place Four room log bout a splendid barn Stxle leet busing and baa two good the le watered with ntTrrfaUIng iprlng and a gleg branch through the p ace It flea good len ingaudoatbtilldln Price Tcrmteuy No 211100 acre farm situated on the Wajnt bllr and ill Vernon roll abut 8 wllern art of WYDcsbllr Res a room cottage etc Tel fjelonfi to end he and estykenWrnlawilt Mil l cheap un Jo OGOacrrcSl tnllee rum Junction City story 6 room frame dwelling Rood turn tilt mtke hoots eta AU In repair lac aiding eodng S3 acr sin KraN nd acre In cunira lion tool orchard of pcachca l lumt applit etc A trlendld grape harbor Ibs grape tine In eJan1stock well at faro e e Trice la5w No 22About acres of land ulle Iron Crab Orchark on Lanculcr A good dwell lng well and all necettary lutblldlnta Plan rghtofl pIke Thliliagood home and a cheap ilace The owner ot tbU proprty ll ea at lender boaKtsodba luadt ui bla mind to wl fhb place rratrrlng water right on place It ran bt boufntut a bargain us lot a price NoA farm of 212 acres A handiome mod era story brick rtiMtuce nicely furnished and up to state In every panlcu ar store room on propryicloataanollnagood otthenlcestpbcelIn JnfAlneviinty Larg barn tbu place Is well watered and pap well nut a lull nn It Th re Uunlr alwul 20 atrea In culilrallbi sad rest In gr M lentvoffruittrtame This la an Ideal home Suit a splendid farm flies teat ooabla No 2SI2W acre ol land t dwclllOK of rooms each tierce tobacco barn Hi to the Imt turn it Lincoln county 3 mmalfatak bar- n1hsprulwrylea between 2 good county rood and 3 All the building and reedegdoIngoodrepair Ilace It well watered liy gixw iprlng err Splendid tobacco laud and wl raise arrelof torn to the acre Tills- pIacemakatheownerfrom 21 to iu jr cent on bbinvetment one 0 If not tbe rpeapn Llccoioflaod In Lincoln county If you are Ing for a baln this lb Tour chance Price rhrap No 21121100 acre of land In Casey county ot Liberty and Columbia road Twelte bouie cod lollop U ildence u room Ie story fig- weathettiordtd Coal barn About 300 aces In cultlTallon llulldlug In modern halo and tenting good loud higher Well at house ipilugt all over place and t creeks running Ibioiiih It Will sell the place a a whole for llloou on easy Urm or will divide plus to lull purchasers NOSI8A nice little 5 room cottage All necci City outbuilding end a good garden About y mile from Stanford ThU a cheap pltce 1rlc two cash No 21791 acre farm In I mile Phil I 6 loom dwelling tore house smoke home welt house crib ate All IbebulldliRiand r oclogar In fair condition Coal apple orrliml aioul cram culllTatlon rulln g IIuitr Watered by a order falling well and waters ot Soulb lurk IIro12200rNo2111one vacant lot In Junction City a toutbeait turner of lucn and irofion lrifn rronllng W fret on liofion anal cud lunnlui joutb on Lucut street fee lace fI6ii cash No 2lIHollle cud loton Logan ttret In Slat ford Jrod garden eta Everything goal pair Trice 1000 t o 223 NIce room cotlaxe and acre of land located about I uille IrmivSbelliy City Tile hone clone mil t We will tell ths place for IIW NO 1ISA nice larte tore room and dwellltg above Aililug ol several nicely rooms good turn and lot ai d all ntcewary uulbulldio- giThbprlwrlyItogooirepair nlluated on Alain street In builicit portion of town This property will be cold of a lurgiln end i a splendidoPlsrtunliyto lowe 000 desiring In go n noes r and Uwelllcx bring t mbiuvd will t agrcat saving rent en No IISA farm of OH acres ltdatc l about lull from Btaiifoid and l tulle from Veal Orchard in thewtenofCelarCrek Toe placelsrutin ilmui fields and can bellbtllel l About 2V rlolu cultivation timber lufficlriit to ke up place Wneandun h U story frame dwelling ol boostslimnId two good Astern at the door runolng ilreani broiigh land All biilldlna In good aba except ma barn feuclng filr lakell131r acre Term uy No faun of acnt about mild from tanford lajt well and wtll watered A good wr linn of tin farm In blue gau A condonable Iwelllng aud a large barn Tills property to on a plendld pike clues nchoUi etc Trie UK j tr acre No 91 farm of clout Seas on one ol the Lest lurnlk In the county A hnndtoiuo storyInunedweNingundoneof the MI and xit orn lunnty place I well ruwrtd and everything bout It iLiIudut lent rublblllDllyclOMStanford Tbla n very dcilrable borne Trice i7M1 No 7010 acrw of land t twonlory trout collage room bail etc Ilouie la new a goal garden aud iplendld orchard of one cud one ball acre enclog good two stables buggy bone mote house etc A good well on place There II also a llood mill on the plan a good crasher In mill II i run by natural rower wblcli It grist economy and the dam 1111 splendid repair Thla properly II situated In one of the best farming districts ol the easily al out miles from Stanford there Iwaya a ready aalo lor the Hour and meal assoon as ground We will wit this plan for SJ400 It blLrsln Ibe bulldln uloDo could not put lip for Iblt money Jk No tlgIOO acru firm aloul 3 miler front Iowa Inyi well wnte meta Smullrottngeotlour ronui Inm dun lroerty fenced eta Trie prr ncr 325 acres In Allen county Ky an ml road and pike about acres cultlntei about 1SJ la timber mind grass and about ISO In grate Timber on la cut to II Inches but writ innko barrel timber aulnf los ties and cord wood enough to pay for limo place twice over A large part ed are four dwelling of rooms each nail ono utiiro of twontorlc with rooms above has well and springs of water It In 2 miles of county rent grows tobiicci corn wheat grass old fur Oncha cashFlourandOctet Milt Anderson county Ity33 barrel capacity covered with Iron built joint Iteam aDd water power the latter t months of the year It le nn up toilito roller mill with hurry for corn uud meal bolt The engine la ot 7 years runt II acrri with the milt Including what Ii with the house of 0 rooms All for 86SSO or f 500 tar tho mill and 14 acre Ono bait cash Una fine trade No until In Id n lles No1t100 acrea of land near Junction Cltyrui In In grass nlnyouagorchsrdandoaeuftnelwel gnpe hat pound of grapot lait year Well walred nl fencing goal Close to school and churches A twoitory lilt room frnnivdwelllnitgood barD rrlbs etc lIln good repair Trice 5355- 0NollSevenkamdwellinggodcellar sad SI acrea land Never falllagIInd Frnclag andoulbnlldlDn In condition Curapplat close to town will nlt a amall lamlly The National ExecutivelBoard of the United Mine Workers Is atill in session at Indianapolis Indications favor a levy of n week on each minor for a strike fund At Hartford City Ind a CatholJ priest called an attorney a liar during Ian argument in court If this had hap poned in Kentucky the trial whichfol lowed would have been for manslaugh ter rather than for contempt of fcourt Capt John Leonard Hurt ia dead at Shelbyvillo Tenn Capt Burt was an artillery ofllcer under tho latc Gcnora Wheeler during tho Civil war Secretary Bonapartes reprimand to Commander Lucien Young inthofmat ter ot the nennin ton explosion has been made public Rumors aro afloat in Paris that Countess do Castellane formerly Miss Annn Gould is about to begin proceed ings for divorce Father Gilbert Simon of St Bed e College and three students were drowned in the Illinois river at La Salle III The Board of County Commissioner of Marion county Ind has contracted for IttO voting machines at a cost or 97500 Permission to organize a new national bank at Covington Ky lias been granted by the Controller of the Currency Fifteen persons were injured in n wreck on the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific railway near Durun New Mex IcoFor the first time in three years there wag no ono to bo tried in tho Louisville police court when Judge McCann called It to order lost Saturday morning Chairman Shonts says he now sees his way clear Mr Shonts is looking through a powerful financial lensThe Commoner TIIEIIK aro people that experience a feeling of thankfulness no matter what happbns The Atlanta Const tution tells of a man who lost a leg In a railway accident and when they picked him up the first word he said was Thank the Lord it was the leg with the rheumatism in I- tTwiceTold II Tales Some tales never lose in the telling and the title of good that Dr Cald veUslaxativo Syrup Icpsln will and does do to all poor dyspeptic bilious suITor is one of them It positive Iy relievos and euros nil forms of digestion starts up tho languid liver regulates tho constipated bowls and restores the ontiro system to a porftci condition of health Try It S61db G L 1onny Stanford und C W Adams Hustonvlllo at COo and 81 Money back If It falls u UMBRELLAS Recovered anti repaired and made almost 11 good as now for a seal amount I can 9x your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for leas money Give me t trial FRANK ATKIMB Stanford Give Me Your Order II Can Please You whenthnyeIlcsollttlr nttlo roiuly iiindu milt nnil a suit iiiiulo to IXIrlllllcelltllllor1 pracehualuessuittoiwrriints trotisura fiinoy veal The ompimy I riprexutt la ono of tho UBt H O KUlLBY thuTa- ilorP05TED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting nahlng or any kind of Ire passing on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kato Ador Kclchonbcch arras Fred VonQruenlfan Albert VoaOruenlgan Fred VonAllman Fred llauroann Alfred Simpson George Holmes Mice Mattlo U E Kelcbenbach Charles Oummlnt Jos Ilallou A 0 Dunn 8 Holmes W E Amon W B Daugherty U J HolTtniin H Elmore Peter W darter J Norlu Carter J E Itruce if Sliomaker Thomas Forrlll Green ferrlll F J Conn John B Oamenlich Barn TrowbrldRe AI Root Chance Enitlln Frank Cordler Mrs M Hayden Welch Peter Balmor John Meier Samuel Lindsay Jacob Oacder Mn Alice Ljtle David Slopbonr Mary HolTinann L4 Nunnelley J W Daughman UnrUt nti Orayton J O Carpenter Jacob jrHiweln Sam Dameron e t WI SELL the shoes so much talked about nowadays the ALL AMERICAtThese shoes arc creating a furore all over the country and so they should They are style leadersall the latest original lasts and unequalled wear Made in Patent Colt Russia nnd Velour Calf they look well and wear well Better come In and see what the shoes themselves have to say We think theyll make you want to annex a pair 4I SAM ROBINSONSTA- NFORD V t KENTUCKY 4 unu uun Kentucky State Journalf Frankfort Kentucky lrOnly Daily and Weekly Iuhlishrdart tlio Capital ami the ImlOlll that ever took the Arnoeiatcd PreM ItcimrU hoe recently been enlarged greatly improved It inukv n vcmliy of LOCAL NEWS including that of the Court of Appeal State Fiscal Court The Fulcra Court It is es pecially valuable to I twyent Stilicript5tin yearly 81 Send reiuittauw t- oW P WALTON PRORSyf Frankfort Kentucky OK Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 15000X0 DEPOSITS January I 1906 24600000 na OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAt LEV GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J WROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J OwMLcr Stanford bliK Stanford O W OAUTKII Turprriviie- W IL CIMMIM 1roaclionrllle L U Ooocti WnjnMbure W TIUTIAH Ollueru Creek U L lltiniir Lancaster W U WAIKKU Stanford J IimTKH Stanford W II HIIASK Stanford J IL lUaniy Stanford So rv twtfully solicit the urrnunttof InillvUlunli Klrnnmiil Iorpiirntloni Itnnki end ltamkercnndnreprapendto fiirnltli nil ilfptxllor nicli lUHointniMlutlolii nl nr onhitllt with itHfi Iwnklliit 3101 lit Hnfity lVM it ltusin lit our vnnlt lor HX uf our imtonirrii First National BankStanford Hy Capital Stock 50000 This Institution WM orlglnallT otablltbftl M the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1151 then reorganised as the National Hank of Stanford In 168J and again rvorganlicd n tbe First National Jlaik of Stanford In 1881 having hAd practically an uolnter rupteJ exUtenco for 4S years U Ii better iiipplled now with facllltlr for transact lag unilneji promptly and well than over betord to lie longand honorable cursor Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor pdratlons Solicited Officers J 8 1IOOKK11 Pra1 + ST llAHitm V Press J J MC OnKIlT8 Uhr W It WRAURNAiilChn r Directors 9 Ilald Daarlllo T Harris Stanford J locker Stanfora MCKlnnqM II Ilauihman Stanford T I11111 Stanford Jai Uobln on Hubble H Ilftuebman Stanford M Vottut Stanford 11 R Tate Stanford YOUR WANTS I Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by WeB McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD 11 IILSOVAI supervision given to nil Prescriptions ioinpoiimleil 1ti iKSVNM 1Nr1 NNTekNN1ti17 Crnicfl Heroin onlleund Craigs Heroin Coinpoiiiiil I d W1IGK 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