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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9 1900 NO 99 GENERAL PERCY HALEY Who makes Governors and U S Senators at his will lay fur tho greatest poll titian of his day and tine Tho man who does thing PATRIMONIAL N H HisYop and Mls Josle Coffey were marrie this week Marriage license was McWhorterI Martin and Miss Bessie They reside on Green river Rumor 141 that n wellknown young mnn who formerly lived here but now a resident of Danville III will bo married to a Lexington lady In the near future Counl ai Roof do Catcllane formerly Anna Gould has entered a plea for divorce in Parts Representatives of the Countess and the Count nppoarcd fore a Judge who according to tho French law edeavorcd to arrange n conciliation before allowing a definite suit to proceed It is sajd that the Judges efforts wero not successful and t that tho suit will proeee dIIA Card This Is to fortify that nil drusRlst uro authorized to ivtund your monoy if ollY3 Honey jiniLTar falls to euro your oouKh or cold It stops the rough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from n coM Cures la grippe cough and prevent pneumonia and consumption Contains nooplutos The genuine is In yellow pnekage nofuse BiilisWuUw Pennys Drug Stole Dofles Time One the most beautiful women In Amirlea defies tho ravages of time by simply keeping lice blood purified with Dr CnldwelPsdaxntlvelSyrup Pepsin t It will do tho tune for you If taken at the lent sign of bowel liver or Htomaoh trouble It will grovont all kinds of sickness keep your ulroula tlon clear nod your skits and complex ion an frosh and pure In eltlldhoml Sold by 0 L IVnny Stanford and C W Alums Jlustonvlllo at Wo und 81 Money back If H falls COHNS CunrDCorn Exit will positively remove corns in four days Tho treatment fa simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each nnd every customer whoso corns nro 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 Men Past Sixty in Danger More than half mankind over sixty yours of ago suffer from kidney and bladder disorders usually enlargement of postate gland This is both painful and dangerous and Foleys Kidney Cure should IK tnkOn at tho first sign of danger us It corrects Irregularities and has cured nasty old men of this disease Mr llodnoy Hurnett Hock Port Mo writes vI suffered with enlarged prostrate gland and kidney trouble for years and after taking two bottles of FoleyS Kidney Guru feel bettor than I hovef or twenty years al though I am now 01 years old Pen nys Drug Store A majority report declaring lion Thomas Drewery entitled to hU cent in tho General Assembly from Louisville was adopted by the House after a mi nority report hdd been defeated CHURCH MATTERS Eld J W nraliam of Louisville will preach at tho Christian church Sun tiny morning Fqr Biliousness and Sick Headache Inks Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup It fureetens tlw jitomaeh aids digestion and nets us a gentle stimulant on the liver und the bowels without irr tating those organs Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures biliousness utiw abltual constipation Dues not nnusoii or gripe and is mild and pleasan tto take Remember the name OiiiNO and refuse to accept any substitute Pennys Drm Store IN MEMORIAM In loving remembrance of my dear sister Maggie Hutchison who died Jan 1st 190C In girlhood we worn together But now I am so much alone Since Maggie my dear sister Has left our happy home Oh Jt is lonesome without Maggie Wo miss her everywhere We miss her at tho table when we see her vacant chair Ohit was wul to part with Maggie Oh no end that she Ihust die Hut n gentle voice said come and she calmly entered home Maggie is gone but not forgotten Never will her memory fade Sweetest thoughts will ever linger Around tho grave where she is laid litsslnl A Habit to Be Encouraged The mother who has acquired the habit of keeping on hand a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Moiwdy salves herself u great amount of uneasiness nnd anxiety Coughs colds und croup to which children are susceptible are quickly cured by Its use It counter nets any tendoney of a cold to result In pmmmoniiii stud If given us soon ns tho first systems of croup appear it will prevent tho 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 time popular druggist at Stanford Ky Thomas W Lnwson held an extended conference with Gov Johnson of Minnesota in regard to insurance matters Goy Johnson later expressed the belief that Mr Lnwson had a card upl his sleeve Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley k Co Chicago originated Money und Tar as n throat anti lung remedy and on account of the great merit nnd popularity of Foloys Honey and Tar many Imitations are offered for tho genuine These worthless Im itations have similar sounding names Beware of them Tho genuine Foloys 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 A Y Ford was elected treasurer of the Columbia Finance Trust Co of Louisville to succeed Major Sanders who resigned on account of ill health NEWS NOTES Fire at Independence Mo destroyed property worth 75000 Because ho was out of work Jesse Taylor of Owensboro shot and killed himselfThomas A Hcndrlcks who was shot while acting as peacemaker is at the point of death Eight persona nil Negroes were burned to death in n Ira which destroyed n frame house ht Curtis Hay near Nolan night watchman at the new Capitol site Frankfort was found dead near his tent Ho wag badly burned and frozen and his death Is a mystery Rev Dr George H Simmons for merly of Louisville was found dead at Pcoria having taken his own life to avoid the disgrace of exposure which confronted him r Thomas Clark charged with the mur der of Zion Drown and three other prisoners have escaped jail at Harlan They used a false key and let them selves out at the jail door Secretary Mctcalf has approved the report o the Special Committee ap I u1titel to revise the regulations under which Chinese may enter and reside in the United States The President sent to Congress tho report from the Interstate Commerce Commission relative to tho connection of the Pennsylvania railroad system with other roads- Midshipmen Richard Laurens Do Sassure of Charleston S C and George H Melvin of Genesee were formally dismissed from tho Naval Academy for hazing- In a vigorous speech in the Lower House of Congress on the Railroad Rate Hill Representative Bourke Cochran charged the railroads with favoritism corruption and fraud Kate Ross is dead at Balti 1Mrs aged 71 Mrs Ross was the of Lewis Collins who was the editor of the Maysville Ky Eagle one of the pioneer newspapers of the StateCaptain James Clay one of the most prominent Confederate veterans and thoroughbred breeders of Fayette county was found dead in his sleeping car berth on a C 0 train near Baltimore Wednesday morning- In the Mann perjuary trial in New York a handwriting expert testified that tho 0 Kand W D M on the Ward letters appeared to correspond with tho admitted handwriting of the editor of Town Tables Two engines and n caboose collided with an extra freight train on the Nor folk and Western railroad at Rippon Va causing a serious wreck One man was Instantly killed and Harry L Wood fireman was badly injured James R Rash of Earlington Ky has given to time trustees of South Ken tucky College at Hopktnsviile Ky 10000 to be used in erecting a build ing in memory of the donors son lien L Rash Jr who was a student at the collegeMembers of the congregation of the Rev George II Simmons who commit ted suicide at Peoria with damag ing charges against him arc divided as to the propriety of allowing his fu neral to be held from his late church Commandcrin Chief Tanner of the G A R who has accepted an invita tion to go to Atlanta and address the reunion of Gent Wheelers Confederate Cavalry is being deluged with protests from G A It posts against hiD pro posed action At the Packers trial In Chicago District Attorney Morrison made the direct assertion that C M McFarlano office manager for Morris and Com pany nnd tho only witness examined during the day was not telling the truth in his answers Wo are glad to know that the presi dent looks with disfavor on the 25000 gift proposed by the Cuban government for n bridal present for Miss Alice He evidently believes with the rest of us that there are too many poor on tho is lands to waste money on those who will swim in wealth and the good things of earth Judge A E Richards the city attor ney of Louisville gave an opinion in which ho holds that the resent decision of the court of appeals in tho Marion National Bank case does not apply in the city of Louisville and will have no effect on the collection of taxes Tho decision would have cut the city out of 125000 n year Had it been applicable Counterfeiting Iamb chops is as in dustry of tho Yankees just discovered Any kind of old meat is attached to lamb bones in some way anti sold for the real article Tho government bu reau of chemistry discovered the fraud The Chicago Dally News man after taking a look at the Illinois Legisla ture said It is easy to understand why so many of our laws are unconstitutional ItIt is different In Kentucky Our Legislature is so full of constitu tional lawyers that no unconstitutional law could pass muster before it that is to say not many of them FIRST BRICK HOUSE BUILT IN KENTUCKY In Lincoln county about three miles from the famous Crali Orchard Springs is an interesting old brick house said to be the first built in tho State says the Larue County Herald It was erectedover llfi years ago by Col Wil liam Whitley the intrepid Indian filthI- er of Revolutionary days On u high hill commanding a splendid view of the surrounding country with the foot hills of the Cumberland mountains in the dis tance sits this two and one lualf story structure built of plain and glazed brick In each end of the house the bricks are placed in diamondehapc giving ape culiar effect Both the interior and ex terior arc lavishly supplied With fancy wood work all of which were carved with a penknife The partition walls are of wood dab orately carved and the stairway has cut on U 10 eagle heads to represent the original colonies and States and on the mantel in ono of the rooms are 13 Ss to signify the same The doors made of two layers of wood with sheet iron between hang upon the oldtime leather strap hinges This monument to earlyday architec ture was often the abiding place of Boone Kenton Clark anti early pio neers who wore the honored friends of their host Thoughremarkably preserved time has left Its mark on this old structure and ere it is too late this home of a brave and fearless pioneer built In the wilderness during the days of stirring scenes should bo purchased by our State and restored to its former condi tion The Valorous deeds and ancient homes of those who served our grand old State should not become a memory a dream and live only in tradition and story but should be so revered and pre served that each generation will be in spired to emulate the sturdy patriotism of their early heroes Col Whitley was not only a soldier ot daring and renown but a true sportsman having at all times fine horses fast hounds and game chick ensIn front of this house is an old race track threo fourths of a mUd in length believed to be the first made in Kentucky It is at the base and sur rounding a tall knob known as Sports mans Hill and by mounting this eminence the spectators could see tho horses throughout the entire race Onco the Colonels opponents so doctored his entry that like Mark Twains famous bull frog it was unable to move This so enraged the old gentleman that he renounced racing for good and nil saying It must be done on the square or none of it for me Collins History in its description of the battle of the Thames which occurred in 1811 gives Col Whitley as the slayer of tho great Indian chief Tecumseh This fact Is corroborated by all the evidence obtainable though the JohnIsonwith two balls and It was found that death came to Tecumseh through two balls entering identically the same spot The Indians were ambushed near the Thames and Gen Harrison selected 30 of his best men There was only one survivor of this battle tho Col Johnson who is said to have killed the chief Col Whitley fell on this field covered with wounds nnd glory an honor to himself and country There are now in the possession of his greatgranddaughtcr Mrs Buchanan not only tho house of her noted ancestor but many valuable relics of those bygone days Among them is tho musket still retaining the flint which created the firo to ignite the powder and send the two balls on their mission of death and destruction and tho old powder horn on which is inscribed by tho Colonels own hand the Whitley I am your home The truth I love a lie I scorne Fill me with the best of powder Ill make your rifle crack the louder See how the dread terrific ball Makes Indians bleed and Tories alii You with powder Ill supply For to defend your liberty Lame Back This ailment Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles mud maybe cured by applying Chamberlains Puln Halm two or three times a day anti rubbing the parts vigorously nt each application If this does not af ford relief bind on a piece of llunel slightly dampened with Pain Balm and quick relief Is almost suro to fol low For sale by Dr W N Craig the povmmb druggist at Stanford Ky Samuel 0 Foster an inmate of the Confederate Homo at Pewee Valley re descriptionducah paper He denies that ho U dead i Musical Merchandise i Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac cordeons Concerlinas Harps Har monophones Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate Records f A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Air J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentuckyi Arbuckles Coffee 15c 20 Ibs Granulated Sugar 1 W H HIGGINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY I M y Prepare For 1906 COAL AND WOOD White Oak Cannel Ivisl Tciiacuco lellleaoB G Jellico Mountain Ash Jcllico Barren Pork FEED Wheat Straw Millet hay Millet Straw Timothy Hay Mixol Hay Corn Outs Bran SliipstufF Big4 Mixed Barley BEST COW FEED ON TIlE MARKET Big4 Mixed Food Ground Corn Oats limn anti Barley for 75o per sack till Xmas 1Ve have a Crusher and can grltanything in the feed line Give us your orderi GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE K- Yewsovietofitatrwwwwwaatwtwatu rrw I BIIN FIRST lnI ORDER cup large oven high helf r closet Will lust us luug us n new ono Iwnrming three times the jyicc 81200 IIlHiI HIm S H llfIAXTHE TINNER PLUMBER PUMP STANFORDIDEPOT STREET IPHONEJIIBwaa eatraSBUY YOUR Collars Hames Collar Pads Backbands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire r Staples Ratchets Grub Tools c from George D Hopper Stanfor Ky Hardware GroceriesTinware- Queensware Tiling Etc tj irSTLOWEST PRICES iy N The Interior Journal e c WAI TON r TUB sudden death of Capt James D IClay brings a reminder which is con recurring that the Confederat soldier is slowly and steadily passing away This is particularly noticeable in Kentucky for two reasons Original there were only about 40000 Kentuckians who enlisted in the Confederate armies This is a small number as com paredwith the enlistments from other States When one dies the loss of him is noticed The greater reason boyer lies in the fact that the young men of the State who offered their services to the Confederacy were the CREME DE LA CREMB of Kentucky society Characteristically they were the flower of Kentucky knighthood Those who sur vived the conflict and returned home at once took and maintained a high place in local and public confidence They developed a capacity for affairs They became leaders in industrial pursuits in law in theology and in politics From theirranks have come the best educators the best judges the moot progressive and enlightened statesmen the Commonwealth has ever aknown They have left their impress upon the whole State The breath of scandal has rarely if at all touched the c i honor of one who has filled a public sta tion In peace as in war they have proven themselves to be heroes in the strife Men who risk their lives and their fortunes for principles are never grafters They neither sell nor barter their birthrights for pottage for office or for any vile consideration Age is now touching the youngest of these soldiery The State may have today or it may have in the future their equals But it will never have nor will any country ever boast a prouder braver better class of young men than those who followed the flags of Breckinridge and Morgan and Williams and Hanson THE most intricate problem the Leg islature is now contending with is r the new Revenue Bill The question of taxation is constantly recurring The many shifts and devices to escape the just burdens which the law lays upon property are testimonials to the ingenuity n rather than the honesty of many people Every one is ready to admit that life would be insecure and property not worth the holding if the government were powerless to protect them Yet how many socalled reputable peo pie are there how many corporations are there that dodge evade suppress the truth and utter positive untruths on oath to escape the full measure of lea bility for taxes The government State county or municipalcan no more live without taxes than a man can live without food and water Yet it can not be called an extravagant statement that there is more rascality prac ticed in evading taxes than in the eva lion of all other social or contractual obligations combined A man who pleads limitation to escape the payment of a just debt loses credit in the com munity A man who pleads usury to escape the payment of the interest he has agreed to pay is looked upon with suspicion But the fellow who cheats the government is like the political thief who steals the ballot boxa dn smart fellow lv the Assembly approves a measure by Dr Paynter of Anderson county it will be harder to acquire the dope habit in Kentucky and more difficult to secure the drug for a person already so addicted The bill is House Bill No 272 and its provisions in brief are that a person addicted to the use of morphine cocaine or chloral must se cure a certificate from the State Board of Pharmacy upon recommendation of a practicing physician before they can be furnished it in limited quantities by druggists and must present tho certifi catetothedruggietbeforehecansupplythe mentioned above cannot be sold by a druggist except upon written prescription of a physician and the prescrip tion cannot be refilled nor a copy of furnished to the person purchasing This is a good bill and if it is passed as it should be every section of the PaynterrTHE South Carolina House of Representatives has voted by a large major ity to abolish the State dispensary and It is said that the Senate will do so Of all tho schemes devised to curtail the whisky evil the dispensary has proved the worst and it ought to have been abolished years ago TilE richest man in the world is said to be Alfred Beit the South African mining king He is said to be worth a cool billion His yearly income is 52500000 which means that he gets 100 every minute of his life or to put it another way 1000000 a week CHARLES C MOORE the famous infidel editor of the Bluegrass Blade died at his home in Fayette county Wednesday afternoon after a lingering illness He was 67 old and for many had startled all Kentucky with his heathen editorials n t r IISeveralported ill in our last are greatly Improved Jarret Berry who has been very low for some days is slight better Tho American Telephone and Telegraph Company are putting up to more wires on their line through this county and have been at work in our midst this week John Young is going to school nt Kingsvillo Rev Geo Thompson of Eubank gave us a call while en route to Barbourville to put two of hi s daughters in school there Eastridg Jones of Jackson count were here last week looking for homes Mr and Mrs Manfred Chevolett of Ludlow were here this week the guests oT Mrs Lucy Faulkner Al Everett and Mart Horton of IJew Albany spent several Jaya with H F Horton and J W Cook A letter received by Uncle Isaa Baugh from Kansas tells of tho death of his granddaughter Miss Molll Young ot consumption This makes the thirdone of Mr G W Young daughters to die of that disease in the past two years Mrs Beck wife one of our citizens died last Mondai and was buried Thursday at Ottcrihcim Charles Cook has moved to the E Young property and Rich Young to theI Henry Baugh house on the Cook Bros sold their mill to Smith of near Kingsville VernonI crowd gathered at the home of Conn to help him eat his birthday din ner last Thursday Here and ThereIintraIRepresentative Edwards has duced bill in the House at comIpleteriver Senator Charltons bill providing Cor about 76 additional policemen for Louisville has been favorably reported on by the Committee on Municipalities- No wonder the fish crop is neve short The flounder lays 700000 eggs annually several others from 1000000 to 3000000 while the turbo is credited with depositing from 11 000000 to 12000000 during the breed ing season POLITICAL Senator Hickman during his occu pancyof the gubernatorial chair did not grant a single pardon though numerous applications were made Unexpected opposition to the Ken tucky Bar Association bill relating to the using of bystanders on juries ha developed at Frankfort the contention being set up that the Bar Association is controlled by a lot of politicians who hope in some mysterious way to gain the proposed measure Senators and Representatives and citizens of Frankfort paid respectfu and loving homage to the memory or Kentuckys martyred governor Wil liam Goebel The tributes to his memory in the House were large with the fullness of the occasion while the exercises at the grave were simple and earnestSenator Bailey plied the party last over the shoulders of Senator Patterson in the national Senate while Mr Patterson defended at length his attitude toward party caucuses Mr Bailey scored a strong point by proving that on a previous occasion the Colorado Senator had voted in a Democratic caucus for the adoption of the two thirds rule The debate attracted much attention and was accompanied by several dramatic incidents Marriner W Merrill an apostle of he Mormon Church died at Richmond Jtah lIe had been married nine times md at the time of his death had seven lying wives A Womans Martyrdom Is too often her own fault simply because she wont take sulllcient trou ble to try a medicine that so many housands of women enthusiastically commend viz Dr Galdwells lax itive Syrup Pepsin This bland toothing curative medicine regulates Unordered functions of stomach liver jewels etc and soon restores sick women to perfect health Try It Sold jy G 1j Penny Stanford and C W Allums Hustonvllle at 60e and 81 Money hack if it falls Louisville bankers and real estate Ten have entered protest against the iroposed tax on blehded whisky claim- Ing that it will drive jobbing houses out of the city rgestoreFort SAEA nice room and dwelling above consisting of sev eral nicely furnished room A good barn and lot and all necessary outbuildings The property is in good repair situated on Main street in Stanford Ky right in the business portion of own The property will be sold at a argain and Is a splendid opportunity for some one desiring to go in business for the store and dwelling combined will be a great saving in rent etc Possession given immediately For partic lars etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford t r I MR W D WALLIN Who qualified as magistrate for the East End Wednesday Ho filled the office so well during the last four that the people demanded his services until successor to Mr D J Smith who moved out of the digtri tcould be elected h TwiceTold Tales Some tales never loso in tho telling qnd the tale of good that Dr Cnld wulslaxatlve Syrup Pepsin will ami does doto all poor dyspeptic bilious suiTerers Is one of them It positive ly relieves and cures all forms of indigestion starts up tho languid liver regulates the constipated bowels ROIl restores the entire system to n pm fcc condition of health Try It Sold bj G L Penny Stanford anti C W Adams Hustonvllle at SOc and 91 Money back If It fails New Hustonville Firm IAn lug bought of McCormnuk IViuocl their Irooeries Hardware etch wu llclt hare of the pntrohge of et lnd JIto Wo also linvx in connection n Palis Meat Market and launch Counter Wi will buy loot ImtchiT stuff nt hlKhnt mnrkil price mill having n splendid i meal cutter w vain fiirnl li you with thIt Wo nln lm nil kind of country produce ItlHIIOl A UIlH Hutoiivlllo Ky OKKICK OK OAKLAND SismCTON Supt Schools of Lincoln Co January 15 litOC Whites Concentrated Water Co Crab Orchard Ky Gentlemen I have been a suffer cr from acute indigestion und consti patios for years After having tried various remedies and receiving no relief I decided to try your Crab Orchard Concentrated Water After using same for two months ICJn truthfully say that Ieel better than I have for years I want to say that it la the greatest remedy out for indigestion constipation nnd other like diseases I cheerfully recommend this wilier to all Bullerers ItespeetfullyGAIILiSI For sale by all druggi- stsPUBLIC SALE Two Houses and Lots and 33 Acres of Land in Stanford Ky We will on MONDAY KKH 121i IK twecn ton hour of It M nnil 3 e In front or tlu coitrtliDiitu door III HfllII rllr- nKllieUllt imWIo auction to tint highest IIoiiKO end fAIt lit Mtnnford Ky which Is now occupied by h M liner It fronts tbv public Miuiire Tea hoiiw U n noiit cottUKu with six room till hutit land lot now occupied J K Wiitcrs on the North side of Kiut Main Ktrtot udJolnliiK till lot of Him I n Don And about M tienn of Imiil on till North sado of East Mnln DairyIlulrtimnlit lot by J K Waters and the SI acres of land will Urxt ho forts st ionitvly nnd than us u whole nnd the hid or bldn lirliiKlUK time most will lx nccoptcd Thc Iluua and lot occupied by I Brace will he Maid by Itself TtlIHJItthlrd cash rvniuliuItT In tworqunl Imtallimiitu payable In 6 and U month on litinds with iioodkccurlty liver liitorost from duto ol Mile paynblu to M AlcltolHrts as nitiit nnd secured by lion on the 01ll11IIIn6broxMRuloii to Riven on or Uforo K b 9 KOIIKIIT V 1ITUDOM fly n Ally In fort Itfi ItS Jig BntiuiHENRY TTERSONSPAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAU FOR ONLY 150 Kew people in the United States have not hoard ot the Oourler Journal Democratic In all thlngi fair In all things clean In all things It U essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to otter the WEEKLY COUBIEBJOURNAL one year and this paper for the price named bovot Send your subscription for the combination to usnot to the CourierJournal Sx b LllLl WY I aeatlsnm seas arlttltttIttttlal weta ors eraaslaa = uaq I OVERCOATS1Vo I C I I and better for us not to carry goods from one season to anotlj iitnl so wo summit try at tho end of each season to dispose remnants nt u price that you cnn nlliml to handle Ior do nut want to curry nu 0V HUGO AT rind to do tins ofImake tho following prices Oil MetiVCoat All 82000 Coats guilt r 81005 II All 817 50 Coats go nt V 12 All Sl2fiO Coats go at I All 1000 Coats go nt i 7 llIAll 81000 Koye Coats go nt All SToO Boys Coats go fil GOD i1 I All 8500 Boys Coats go at J7R I I All 8400 Boys Cents go attJdo t 411 8l0 Boys Coats go nt i 75 All 8JOO Boys CoaU go nt 225INearly every Coat in the house ill FlmslI SWELL I II 1 t ISTFO J1 MCROBERTS KENTUCKY I L A f 1 I lPARK HAIR BALSAM and tontine th hilt lnwnol mramtit frvvth I rail to into Ores florCl A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McKoberts Drug Store in the Owgley Building For Sale Privately Uy house acres land situated lust outside ot town limits on the Somerset pike tloute has rooms kitchen and err rants room Rood cellar stable and all accessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and sue for stock J P HAILKY Jesse W Sweeney ntOPMIKTOH Livery Feed and ELla Stable Lanoaster Ky Horse wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rotes INSURANCE Fire Mghtnlnff WlndHtorm UfA and Accident 1ont the HTItONOKMT and IIKHTUotnimnle Uepruscnted lavftl Voi slblii Rates lunnifltc d loss Iiiyln2llvc ordUnequAlkd Talk wn- hMAHONYStanford Kentucky Ilvildcnce Phone NoW NEW LIVERY STABLE BUSES I CLABSSQH Inn JUNCTION CITV KYr- irstOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Oraln and Hay For Sato A Special Bargain One hundred rimlstxtyncri farm nlniut mills Nortwest of Icxxl two rlory room dsvelting n d i did stock burn un of tho beat weltered farms In tin county ell outbuilding Hplendld orcliard InhereIn tilu never littn plowid Tht whole farm lily well nod timer Is no wnsto land on It Klvo miles trout l1n nIl mind In u splendid community Tina In n Imnullllllll must hu sold wllllill tile next ill days IJBO locust lorta can I- Ilottn oft of fann Possession tlsogidolicaj- For nrttculnr iwo James L tl or Hughes Stanford Ky INSURANCEYour are euro to die Sand talk with IL M Ncwlund who will show you the policy best adapted to your ago nod circumstances Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid annually or defer red It M NEWIAND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 parl Traylor UIALXH ID WHlsk Brandu Winos Beer Clears Etc Carpenter House Olos to STANFORD KY Prompt and liuntuntlon Notbtegbut thi bw drink Mall phoas cr tlagraph ordara Tarawa troaptstuntlo SEE THE NEW IDEAS IN HIGH GRADE BOX PAPERS t NOW ON DISPLAY IN PENNYS WINDOW PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky r JUST RFGEIVED e A Large Shipment of t Ranges 1 I Call and See Them o GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford Kentucky TO CLOSE OUTI If JIy JACKETS that were 8950 now tiliQQ rt t II r 50 null 8750 now X1 804 II u 550 lIONit 250 II tI u 100 now 200 MISSES LONG CLOAKS that were 8700 now 350 t t at II 175 84 nod SIT Otlow 200 t t 250 now t 150 Having made up our mind these goods must ho closed at once Wo raako priccsto move them regardless of what they cost a W B Perkins 0 r r l Crab Orchard Kentucky 1 w IAt1 ocChoice of assortmentII to match 3 and 4 inches I wideI I At 25C I At 50C large Choice of six nice patterns Corset Cover Embroidery Choice of six patterns on Swiss and Nainsook Cor I set Cover Embroidery I SrAXTOiiD Kv Fin 0 loon I RUSSIAN Corn Curo removes corns In four days lOc Pennys Drug Store II PERSONALS UbRN to the wife of W A Carson a J TANNER of McKinney was hero yesterday Miss SARA HAUOIIMAN Is visiting Miss Una Kennedy at Somerset Miss HANNAH MEtEd of Louisville is with her parents at Highland TUB Married Peoples Social Club will meet with Mrs J McRoberts this Friday evening at 8 oclock COUNTY ATTORNEY DUKCH Is slowly Improving and his physician thinks ho will bo able to sit up soon r MR EMORY T HEAZLKY and wife of Harrodiburg are hero to attend the burlnl of Mr J B Hoiulcy JUNE H heal of Hustonvllle salesman for tho American Co was hero this week Miss IULA CllRISMAN loft yesterday vJyriH Sterling to accept n position with Tlu John P Jones Drygoods Store of that place MR W W WADB and family who havolxjcn residents of Rowland for some time have moved to Corbin where ho hap secured a position In the machine shops 4 THE Lcxlpgton Herald of Tuesday 1 contained a picture of Mr C D Cun nl1Kham wpb has been appointed by for the FirstMayor Wand ofIjcxin ton Mr Cunningham Is a David Scott or this county t LOCALS FRESH fish Saturday George H Farris 4 LOCUST posts for sale Charles Knsslin Ottenhclm Ky r ANOTHER car of wire fence just re ceived W H IUKKIW cto Dr W HuiNfl your p i N vice Craig for low prices and best ser Fon 8AUBFnrm wagon harness plows cutting box corn slicllcr A G Huffman 1A f NUMBER of Crab Orchard people at the meeting of tho fiscal court I here yesterday T JUST in big lot of cannel coal which t W SbushelI am selling at IGlc per Wigham Morcland Go to Wilkinsons to get your clothes cjlennt and repaired A skilled Cincin mitt workman is in charge CumiES cleaned pressed and repaired FiraJclasa work guaranteed Cummins McClary J FOR RKNTTho storeroom on Lancaster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this olllce tr3 WANTED A pair of young work inulcato Beep for their use Plenty of cod lock box 161 Stanford f A GOOD job printer who can feed n cylinder press can get n position by immediate application ut this onicc ro FOR RENTRichanl Hampton prop erty on Logan Avenue For particu lars sec Mrs Hampton or call phono I 83 FOR SALE OR ItlNTDr J K Van t Arsdales residence Possession given IaIt Hughes Stanford at once Apply to t t honest young man from Stanford to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service ti BoxOne Cedar Rapids la iRESTAURANT barber shop and rest tenco in Junction City nil well located for sate Write J Newton Crag Junction City Ky I y1 WALKER has been granted saloon at Crab license to conduct a Orchard This makes three for tho East End capital OPEN kettle New Orleans molasses 60c Arbuckloa coffee 15c tomatoes proe f w A TELEGRAM from Chesterfield Ill announces the death at that place of Mr Robert Morton son of Mrs N J Horton of tho Proachcrsvillo section Mr Horton left hero some years ogoI No particulars of his death were obI tainable Tile Young Ladies Missionary Society of tho Presbyterian church meet with Miss Dcttie Paxton to morI row Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock A full attendance is earnestly requested IP you want to 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 Tim toothbrush display in the win dow of Pennys Drug Store would re flat credit on tho professional window dresser of tho city It is tho handiwork of Mr Pennys efficient clerk V R Deck No MONEY SATURDAY Tho follow ing from State Supt James H Fuqua to School Superintendent Singleton is iclfoxplanatory Tho February check will reach you in time for the 17th of this month Tomorrowis the regular pay day WANTED Information as to tho ad dress of Moses Ballard or heirs if ho is dead Ho was n colored man and served in the 123rd U S Col Inf and ad dress was Lincolntown Ky in 1865 Small recovery can probably be made Address Harvey Spalding Sons Washington D C FOR SALE About lacres 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 Tho owner of this property lives at Henderson Ky and has made up his mind to sell Itcan be bought at a bargain For price etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky A siKciAi term heFiscal Court was in session on yesterday called by Judge Warren to consider natters of pressing importance touching the roads In tho county Judge Warren has given patient study to tho road question which is constantly bobbingiip to vex the courts and the taxpayers His review of tho legislation and tho decisions of tho appellate court as presented by him to the justices boubt less furnished them with information which will bo helpful in the future management of turnpikes and dirt roads Goon FOR OUR tirrlion Jesse M Alverson of Lincoln county who is one of the most industrious members of the House is very much elated over tho passage by that body of his bill to pay common school teachers for the week they aro required to attend the county institute says tho Frankfort Journal At present they lose the week and havo to pay their board in tho town tho institute is held Mr Alverson usually gets what ho goes after and this little help for a hard worked class makes him more solid than over with that portion of his con stituency Tho bill passed tho House by a practically unanimous vote which presages nn easy road in tho Senate BEAZLEY After nn illness of typhoid fever covering a period of five weeks Mrs Clara Mershon Beazley wife of James H Bentley breathed her last yesterday afternoon about 330 Mrs Beazley was Miss Clara Mcrshon oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs John B Mcrahon of Somerset and wits 23 years of ago About six years ago she was married to Mr Beazley and lie with ono little girl arc left to mourn tho loss of n tender wife and mother Mrs Bcazloy was a member of the Christian church and was a conscientious good woman Besides the hus band and daughter her parents and two sisters Mrs Arthur C Hill of this place and Mrs C M Pennybacker of Somerset survive her In tho prime of life and surroundcdas she was by loving friends a fond husband and beau tiful child Mrs Beazley was indeed happy and it seems hard that sho had to bo taken from her loved ones But Ho who knows best has called andshe has gono to her reward At 1030 tomorrow morning Rev L M Omer will conduct tho funeral services at tho Christian church after which tho remains will bo laid to rest in Buf falo cemetery Yuelll A GREAT ADVANTAGE Has the can buy a large lot or close out an entire line of merchandise We were able to do this in the of our embroideries aridiare some special values not otherwise obtainable We mention here some very special lots at very low pr ices jw c SON I ifrvJ 4tracUng Ky- WANTEDBright merchantwho purchase consequently offering THE American Telephone Co Is running extra lines from Chattanooga to- Georgetown and 1U workmen are now Iin this county setting poles TWENTY pound granulated sugar Arbuckles colfco 15c six nice mackerel 25c butlcrbcans 81c all other goods in proportion P G Warner Son AFTER a cold snap of several days tho weather has moderated a little For several nights this week the ther mometer hovered tho zero mark and ice nearly four inches thich was formed TUB faculty of the Stanford Graded School will go this Friday afternoon to trlprinclpalsI of Lancaster and Ireland of Stanford TilE Fiscal Court met in called ses lion yesterday all tho members being present W D Wallin has recently been appointed by tho governor to fill the vacancy in the Crab Orchard dis trict caused by the failure of D J Smith to qualify as magistrate to which position he was elected last November The principal business before tho court was to determine the amount of metal to be placed on the various turnpikes during the year and after fixing the amounts the supervisor of roads was di rected to advertise for bids for the work the same to be let to the lowest and best bidders on the 18th day of next March Appropriations were made to certain contractors for turnpike work Court adjourned until Feb 17th at which time it will pass on tho question of approving or rejecting the bid of J I white for a franchise to build rail roads over the turnpikes JUDO It C W has received the following letter from Mr J C Lay of Middleburg which is selfex planatoryHon C Warren Stanford Ky My DEAR Stn Those of us whom you notified in regard to the turnpike hardly know what to do for the best We think it nothing but right that wo should held repair the road Mr Coulter and I have decided to put some teams on tho road and fix theworst places yet gravel is pretty unhandy for us I believe that every teamster will bo perfectly willing to work on tho road or paya reasonable amount I have not had any lumber hauled over the road since April I am representing the Southern Lumber Co with Mr Dolemlor we are perfectly willing to do whatever is reasonable and right and would be glad to hear from you Very truly J C Lay CommonColdsare Cause of Many Serious DiseasesiPhysicians who havo gained a nat ional reputation as analysts of tho causa of various disuasc claim that if catching cold could be avoided long list of dangerous aliments would never bo heard of livery one knows that pneumonia and consumption orig irate from acold and chronic catarrli bronchitis and ull throat and lung trouble tiro aggravated and rendered moro serious by each fresh attack Do not risk your life or take chan es when you have a cold Chamberlains Cough Remedy will euro It before these diseases develop This remedy eon tains no opium morphine or other harmful drug and has tljlrty years of reputation buck of it gained by Its cures under every condition For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist At Stanford Ky President Roosevelt has written a expressinghiscasc of Lieut Roy I Taylor who was reduced for unbecoming conduct to ward an enlisted man of command 0 Now and Then Seine thorough and careful physician invents in his practice some spwlal medicine that proves universally successful whenever proscribed that he proceeds to place it before the pub lie to be reached by tho newspapers This is the history of Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin For years prescribed by Dr W n Caldwell for constipation and all disorders of liver stomach and bowels It was at lust manufactured on a largo scale and Is now tho most successful mod tome in tho world for these diseases A pure eclontlflo tonic laxative syrup pleasant to take and perfect in results Try it Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adam Huston yule at 50c and 81 Money back If it farts prewlttlCommissioner State of a Kentucky tho convention which met in Chicago to discuss meth ods and means of giving to policy holders the greatest amount of protec tion was saved from domination by some 300 actuaries sent by the vari ous insurance companies to prevent the adoption of adverse measures To Poultry Raisers I I will hatotarettren thrntrcetsof Htnn fool on county court dry hlt Jf l u nlco mudIctslank onlera for eggs from ntv IHIK nl Jllnck liiiiKliiiigii Hllvrr leg WyiimlottcN and Iliirnil riymouth links nt II IHT Mttlnu of paltrylmlook at my Illfrrcnt win of line tock No Ixttur lit thuHtntt KKKsilellvirrd rtU til vlinrKo to Htanford ljiiirii tiT or rob Orch iinl Sis11nieresollcfhslandglvnprnwtpl- nttenuon Mn W P White Fair View Ioultry Farm IrrnrhPnvllte Ky The Best Physic When you want a physic that Is mild rind gentle easy to take and pleasant in effect tako Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 cents livery box warranted Get free sum popularIlhu PUBLIC SALE OF LIVERY OUTFIT AT STANFORD SATURDAY FEB 10 Nhagl1iarness8111I1hII18 IU lhmtrrs and a JlolllI 11hlpiFireIroo gate Touts mini known on tiny of wale II 1IOONK Htnnforil Ky I FOR SALE Kami of Kncrti Rood blue grass mul to land lists ncrr of hiinp on It thU tullefwrontof s rooms kltclKMi luck orch Bud vUtiTii niMir kitchen Ilitslt IwriMixlEtrrvt Kor UTIIII apply to J MollAKOUK- lluntoiivllk Ky PUBLICSALE AT MONXIKTTA HTOOK HAHM Four mlltg from l anvlllo on till llurrodi burg plrlelVKHNKSI1AY KKHIIUAHY lull jtt UUII ihnrp roioUtlnit of flue following ThlrtMMi ThonniKhlircil uioreatIn foul to Iliukln Tonny nml Jersey town with young Oalves12 Polled 1011111181IItIIKl1 Work Mules njtrn gad jKilr ICJ Vork Mulox Uyonrnolil Jyiiirolil Jen mt l extra good ln1 Kiimlly Horse 6 llug Hurrivs HucklKiard Tolmcco Press goad ono extra Rood large Uollir 2 Farm SnUoii82 Ilny taken tl Tiger beret slow 31tuulnrs Ilowmind Harrows mw Corn rinnturfortllUori lllooslVr DrlllftTtllizcr 3 Cultivator Iortiiblr For g tonic Itlnckmulth Anvil liirko llluckiiulth Vise KiirinliiK liuplvmtntx of discrlptlon and In goat repair Also email lot HOUM hold furniture Stove aelc Iilmier Horveil Knoilttli for All Thorouithbred Horses sold nt oclock or tilt IIr thing sifter sun mr AKHllNDIhY T 0 KiiKlUh AuctloiHHT anil Cuba reached jn comfort van UUEEn CRESCT ROUTE AND- SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special la Stnlct Jansaq lIb d slid Pullman Train Vo CIiiOINNATI BJ3P M LJxjNaiow iii 3 v N aAtiVILLB 1240 M Ulnlnr ana Obaciratlon Cm far Jirk rn Kt Aunutlno via Qutta noo nsoil Atlanta Florida Limited Solid Train Lo CINCINNATI 6RO AAMMJXINUTON 10011 DAIIVIILB lltUIAU Cwichne Pullman Plrciwrs OMwrIIU and Dining Oirs for jarkxmvlilr Ht AugustinehiireYc art end ertlnraru- via Chattanooga Atlanta and Ulnulucbaoi Queen Crescent Special Poll train Ctnrlnnatl Ltxlnxtan TlD villa til New Orleans via Clinllntiooea and Ulnnlnsham aim through Ilillman Krrvlrc to Jarkmiarlll vu Anlievlllo and Havannxh and Charleston wInter tourist tlclru now on pate at rrducttl rates For Intormalkm apply ChaawZenUPA Cincinnati ft t IC t P T LUIICIol Y- y1r1 OiRRKTT r KlnARaOJ tMral lluwrCINCINNATI P Aae At 50C patterns Ieryfor Waists and Yoking I Baby Sets 1unusuallybaby Edgings and Insertions Iof to match withI At 5c 1LinenItion Theseare big values SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY loridaNew 1t 1 WINTER SUITS i r GREATLY REDUCED is almost time for Spring Suits to iIt arrive and all Winter Good must go I75O Suits reduced U 1250i i1500 I 1100 900ii iLIKE REDUCTION ON ALLi i BOYS WINTER SUITSi ANDrGET THE PICKi t i CUMMINSi i Sc McCLARY t i tiofel r IIIUIIII i 11 U 1I1I + I II + + I1111 HI 11 I Linens and Linen I Finish Material t I Springi I af I Demand for the Same II Linen Finish Suitings oC inches yiilo lit I Linens in best shades for ItColored nt t Striped Linen for Childrens Suits nt 10iiiuli Irish Linen If ut 10inch Linen nt II at 00inch a Linen Sheeting i22 15 and roc III 2S and50c ydt II Embroidery a5c per yd IZoe per yd 1 per 75c per yd tJ100 and 125 I I Itt t LMHUBYCODry Goods Notions Five and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY t 1 t I II 11111llt It I 111111+ 1IIIIIItIIIIII a c l rThe Interior Journal Snteredinthe PaM Office at Stanord at mondclau matter ru11iM1zID TUKMI AYM AND FHIOWH AT 100 PER YEAR CASH EVWhen not puld SJOO will be charged E D Peyton DEALKll IN I Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford ssJ Ha IOONE ft coera Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv 8004 Livery Service at Reasonable Rate Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Ooal BD CARTER s Successor to Bruce Carter i Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronagoleolicIted Uonci on Stock Ponce In Connection RESTORATIVES CURES NFRVOII5 OFRIIITYI phyllra1ta1healthyNarye4nlormeat make uewortb nag NmCurtilroubldtMnillrmMdrarwomrn IInoUtI IMc dor antr prrrga rrmmt If Dot eIorheened trnIMEDICAL ASSOCIATION Iron SALE AT PDWTfl JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and l erstAlso Dealers mbllmII niture MattingsRugs j will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give i Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Se1 c iT Undertaker Embalrr er and Dealer in HarnessSt ddlery Ac iSTANFORD KENTUCKY c OMcn Phone 167 nome bone 35 THE LIVER QUARANTINE i TAKIVO IllS MEALS fllurried eating has mined OUTIstomach The cess is gradualonen unnoticed at first But it only a time until the liver balks organs give way and Almost countess ills assail the man who endeavors to economize time at the ex of his health fA torpid liver causes quarantine of the tiitire system It locks in the germs and anti affords them inviting some serious illness finfamilies where Ilowcris used sluggish liver and constipation arc unknown so are all stomach ailments as f well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn affec tions No well regulated family should be without this standard i Two sizes 250 and 75cAll druggists For Sale at Pennys Drag Store Contral Kontucky Real Estate ExduDi TITLE CO No Two house and dos situated In Orcbtt l with eland one blf acres ul lint I tacked Both are frame cottages ono cotnlitli ore Dd tbe otb rol 3 mom stable two go springs lit The buildings art new and th fencing Is ordinary To fcuod gardens and bee acres la lasture Will sell each place aparatel rM whole Pile on Ilieproptrt ai a what 11800INo 151A lana of acre one and one bal tnllra n rib of lluiljmlllc on the Untllle pike 011IrullIs illualeJ In the best section of Lincoln county aid Is an Ideal home house fare- nndNlolherDtceearyuutoulldioge lrle lit 000UI No 139 Sum oft and In the town limns of Rowland about acres bottom land and IacfIn woodland The Place It well fenced and water CrameImust good preneryeettcrall IngwdreliltfeuclaguIn ant class order Iota This a place a desirable home close to town mod will w cheap ano on otif terms 0140A farm of 100 acre tulle boiond Mi rlahtjIlulUlliigs N watered cistern at bun and bousutondtpnogs eic About 130 elorfran and the rest In cul tlrallon Price I9COOUJ No 154100 acre Satin about mile this tide of Shelby 4 room cottage 2 No good cellar under the kitchen loud Urn of ull crib etc Building are In good repair and the Itncingi ire moderate Two rings and good nJ on About 45 acres iii timothy and clorerrestInwoodland Price 85 80000 No ltdA 220 acre farm lying on Dli rlrer near Crab Orchard About 70 acres In cul iTation and 15 acres In pasture rest In good timber About 75 bearing fruit trteaon the place 2 story 6rom wehlog Ordlniy statue and crib and a Ten good tenant boue The buildings are In ten The plowateredhj5nererfallingiprlugs Thl 0 1 Iood clock arm and Is oft at a Trice only flOOO 00 No IK Cottage In Laccutcr 77 feet front and 300 feet deep All ntctwary outbuildings except barn KrerytblBg new in good shape ta contains 1 rooms hall reranda tack porch sod basement Close to school churches tie Price lisoo00 No 198170 acre farm near Ilustontllle Coal welling and barn a good portion of this place could be sold for town Iota It Is watered aid the fencing and building are In good condition TSla Ie one of tbe best lennS In the county The aoil Is rich and will produce hemp etc Price 4 s urea ol land cottage of rooms good hall tot 2 porches flood barn and other leccwary outbuildings Fencing and buildings in good repair Place well watered a iplrndlil well at house etc Land 1111 lerel and produces well llun apple and peach orchard InUJiiiu la abut 5 mile Irma town Trice M5oo No2OJA 220 acre farm In the Waymsbui cciton about 2tralUa tam 2 tall road stations dose to loft olUce stores churche eta lays between 2 county rods Kural Erie IVlbtrj Route by place our room log house a plendlc bun Slilli teet boxing and hat two good the a Jo watered will nervrfalllng spilt gs nod a run uibg branch through tbe p ace U baa good and outbuilding Trice II MO Term easy No 203100 acre farm situated on the Wayne bur and itu Vernon road at tl mina tut- of waynesburg ills a 5 room cottage tic This place belongs to a gentleman In CHlurnls and he will tell cheap cud on easy terms No 2I1M acre lmllnlrom Juncllon City story 6 yaw tnino dwelling gtod barn cribs smoke bcuse etc All In good repair Inc udlo- gfendngSl ecr a in grass and 23 acres In cuittrm lion Hood orchard ol pccbnt dumapplcsetc- Aiplendldgrapenalar2m0 grape cold li one year lace churches ete indwell watered nellcated well at house and tock well at barn etc Trice sa6OI1 No 227About aces of land tulle loom Crab Orchitlt on Lancatter pike A good dwell log well and all necessary iiilblUiugt Mace Is gbtonplk This is a goal hume and a cheat Mace owner of this proiwrty lire at Render Ion Kyarothaswade up his mind to sell this place rcsrrrlng water right on place It can be bought at a bargain tore us lora prk- eNoJA farm of 242 aces A handsome ern clot brick nilhnce nlrely furnished and date In every panlcuiar More room ot ticto located sad rent well This proprcy- Is dose to ceDOIlo a good comuuslly and Is one ilthe nicest plice In Jncolncountyn large barn the place to well watered and pajr well nut a lilt on It Th re U only about 20 aura In culiliailoc and rest In grM Plent offrult trees tc This tnIdeal Mioe aid a splendid farm Trice teas nable No 2UIQaue otiand 2 dwelllOCTOt rams Neb lArge totiaecu barn llrt long next to tbe- belt ban la Lincoln county 2 smallstoclc hero This property lap between 2 good county roudi and 2 leading turnpike III the building and Btcing are In good repair Place Is well watered by good springs creeks etc Splendid tobacco lane and l raise barrel of corn to the errs This llce inxkn the owner from 24 to 20 ptr cent o bit Inmtment Hi one ol If not the cpeapetl looklogfortounl7opIun lace Utildeoee 0 rooms 1 story UK teatbeiboirdtd lad barn Aleut 100 acre ciiltlratlon HulldlnK In modern shape and cnclng good ioc l timber Well at house pticgs all over place and creeks running through It Will tell the plate as a whole for lt0iu on easy terms or will drtlde place tu suit uicbasers No 215 A nice little i ram cottage All neces airy outbuildings and a good garden Abont k mile from bunlord This Is a cheap place Trie TO cub No 2111 aete farm In wile of Thll story rerun dwelling tore house smoke home writ house crib etc All the buildings and fencing arl- In Ulr condition loud apple Orchid about acreoln icultivation rill In good timber Watered by a never falling fellotl water ol South Fork Price 2200 No 210 one vacant lot In Junction City doutheast corner of Luctt and drofion strtela ontlog feet on Ircfton itnet and running South on Lucu afreet 121 feet Wlee f cash No 22lHomeaudloton Login street In Stanford Uood garden etc Everything la good pair Trice JIWO 2w 223Nlce room cotll aDd acre of land located about I mile Irotn Shelby City Tbe house alone cost We will Bell this place for flKl NO 1IJA nice large torn room and dwelllcit above iwnslstlneof several nicely furnished rrom good barn aDd lot aDd all necessary outbuildings This property is Ingoal repair on Main Itt in In the bushes portion 10l1n This property will lie told of a Dargsln cad- is aspludldop to some one desiring to o In buslons Per the store and dwelllcg Mng ollibIDd1I be a great sarlng in rrnteir No 13A farm of W acres situated about tulles front blaufoid aid 1 miles from Crab Orchard ohtbleofLeduln k TbeplacelacntIna- bout 12 fields and cn bll siibillrldeU About 2- Waltl Is In cultivation timber nitliclent to swn pate Vsneandunehalf story frame dwelling of u tuna hall lorcbesclc Two good Ice house rns corn etc flare la well wate- redtwngolcisternatthe door running stream through farm In good bal except- ene Sae feoclng fair Trice f ier acre Tenus faun of acres about Mils from ICOOIIUondwellinecudalarge barn TIIII proivrty Is on a splendid pike dose to sthobl etc rice IIS lofr Ui A farm of lOut acres on one ol Ibe- belt turnpikes in the county A handsome tos- lor1 fritme nod one of the largest nod- bat barns In the aunt Thus place Itellitei diind utItlreludirg fene CoUllUunllyeloIOIOlCboollllnIIII Sntnlord This a very desirable buiue Trice 70IO arm of land twostory front cottage room hall etc louse Is new a good garden sod splendid orchard of one and one hall acres fencing good two stable buggy house mole house etc good well on place There Is alto gad mill on the place a good crustier In mill It helm by natural rower which is great economy properlylathe county about mile from Stanford there Is alwan a really sale tor the flour and mil aa soon u will sell this plan fur 2100 It is abargainthe bulldlugsalonetould not be put for thin money J No Mrjfty acres near Iltasant polhlK Frame boue5 rooms and Barn and other outbuildings S acres In cultivation rest In tint Let Well watered Sod yard from fo school and church 1a7e well oo pits and In goof tOw IrlcetoJO No 1S230 acre tirm mile of Crab Orchard Ky llrick dwelling 8 riymi two tenant houses two barns well scud near dwelling Farm In high state ol cultivation J50 acres river bottom laud good fencing Scull etc Trice W7W an acre No7A nice farm at HlchUnJ well lmprov ej well watered etc Price liOO ofbtoo acres dwellq Isegoal one tulle from SomenyKycutlnaetenbelda Forty acre to culth Stun 40 acres In pasture balance In timber Iiwe lug contains seven rooms Large tarn and all nec esaary outbuildings Fences and buildings In iple did repair Well watered Trice 13500- No IS IGOacreiof land In Ford county Ku six mllMlroiu rallrotd and mile from Arsani river Seventy elorlanil II river bottom 1- 0IInlelland and In This land Is for isle or exchange No acre farm s mt3 miita from town hl1 tplenlMIji mostlr cultivation wilt wale Iete Small cattuceuf lour rooms Inrge ltlrn Troerty well fenced etc Trice W per acre 3IJ acres In Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about to acres cult Irate about 123 in timber and Iras nnd about ISO In grass Timber no place II cut to t8 Inches but will make barrel tlmtyor ahldf Iro tiel and cord wood enough to pay for tho placo ivied over A large part tone ed There art four dwellings of rooms each and one store ot tnostbrlea with rooms above hits wells aod springs of water Is to 3 mile of county teat and prow tobacco corn wheat genie etc for 83200 One balt cashblourand Grist Mill Andoraon county Ky M barrel capacity covered with Iron built 8 years ago Steam and Water power the latter 8 months ot the year ll In an up todate roller mill with burrs for corn and meal bolt Tho engine of 0 year rum U acres with the mill Including what la with the house of I rooms All for 16230 or 83 500 tor tho mill and U acres One half Cash tlas one trade No mill In 10 mile No 42Seven room dwelling good cellar and acres land NeverfaUlDgwell and spring Fencing and outbuilding In condition CueappUc close tc town WllllnU a small family No75GOacres ofland our Junction Cllycut seven Oelds 23 acre In cultlvalton Teat In grasoa- nice youn orchard and oae of the lIIt IInl e bar lor In Kentucky Patty sold 2JOO of grapes lest year watered and fencing gOOolI close to school sail churcb a A twostory room frame dwelling good barn cribs etc all in good repair Price KUW Nod9Two frame dwelling of ilx room II two halls veranda well at door and all oilier necessary outbuildings Also large blacksmlt shop 60x30 ant sheds full length of shop and feet wide This property wilt be old at a very low price Central Kentucky Meal Estate X TltlcCo Stanton K- ySheriffs Sale for Taxes On Monday Feb 12 Being the 1st l1ai the January ten of tho Lincoln county court I will between tho hours of 0 oclock A M und 4 oclock r M in front of tho court house door iu Stanford Ky sell at public outcry to the highest anti host bidder for cash in hand the following lists or so much as will pay taxes cost and penalty As fast a4 payments are made tho names will disappear The amount set opposite each name includes 0 per cent penalty and of advertising M S BAUlJII costI STANIORDWlIlTl1 Brummett Miss Hcttio4 acres 2 00 Hazelctt John 10 acres 3 j5 Hazelett Wm 23 acres 1 85 IJuzelett Jack 18 acres 4 Ilussoll P L 1 acres 4 Scarbou h John II acres 370 STANFOIIDCOiOhkD- Anderson Miller lot t 85 Anderson Dave 3 aero 4 OJ Crow Elizabeth 1 aero 2 jPolicy Jlia lot 9s Givens Kate 10 cres r4f Harris Martha lot II 80 Hays Wilt 1 acre 150 Hiji Ins Squire hero 2 45 Hill Wyatt I acre 3 McMullin 0 Joe L2 acres 3 85 Morrison Win n acres 3 Oil Rout Sam 4 acres It 15 Hout Dick 7 nacres 3 li Itout Sum and Dick 3 acres 2 10 Simpson Chas 3 aere 4 3i Watkins lienry nero K Robin Wm 15 a 3 fK W A nSIIUIt1WlIlTJI- Haugh Silas A 30 acres 4 q Bird Jostph 50 cresS 00 Carrollton J M zoO acres 7 30 Chambers Jas la acres ft Cook W K N It 35 acre 3 Cook Ollie 50 acres 7 50 Cope J W N It 6 acre 210 Crooms W H N R 160 ncres 3 53 Jubanks MesA E A Leach firs 140 a 2 98 Eastman Uobt N K 08 acres 3 20 Falk George N R rig acres 4 35 Floyd RMS acres 4 35 Green H L 25 acres 4 oj- josley Mrs Sarah 40 acres 2 06- ioodpasler Mrs Maggie jti seres M5i- amnt Milon too acres 3 90 loup Tom 12 acre 4 03 hart John N H 47 acres find i lot 22 35 Leach Mrs Mattie a5 acres 2050- Leach M 2o acres 4 55 McKee W H 180 acres 6 So McKenzie A J 192 acres 7 40 Moore Dave 15 acres A oj Morgan brs 129 acres x35 Morgan Wmlco acres 5 05 Myers A G 65 acres 4 80 adgelt W If hrs 25 acres 5 75 arkhill Dr N K u acres 2 15 Bright Mrs Catharine 15 acres 2 40 Robinson Wm 15 acres J 90 Rogers J A 210 acres 5 Co Smith Frank 49 acres 5 75 Smith Mrs llrna 200 acres 4 85 Stringer A N R Co acres J 90 Trisler Wra N It Bo acres 6 oo Vaught Mllfotd 10 acres 3 85 Ware W B 50 acres 3 48 Warren C E N R 9 acres i 30 Vaters hrs 2 76 White T W N R 75acres 2 75 Woods M H N R 180 acres 6 77 Young Morrow Peggy to acres 235- Young Clark 10 acres 37o- elsler Jacob N R 39 acres 545 eJ CRAB OItCuIIcoromuS- mith J II Nil 21 acres 2 5o Sutton Win 6 acres I Oil Williams wntll 2 nacres u oa CHAM ORCf lAIID WHITI- iAdauis R Johnson 100 acres tBolten Obe 8 acres J IO Daujrherty Win 45 acres I O Daughorty Dun 45 acres 4 o5 Delaney Mrs Kate f0 acres 2 So Denny A J 20 acres I 3o Gooch Mrs Matilda 324icrcos 2 Oa Hlnda O Addison 12 acres I 85 Holmes Mrs M O lot 2 j5 Holmes D V 103 acres 31 5 Leasure Joe Sr loS acres 880 Lewis 0 P N K boa acres 10o Lowering Sam 80 acres 615 Shupc Task 01 nacres ti Singleton W J Zoo acretj 4 56 Smith Mrs Aramonla tto acres 2i Smith Prank Jo acres 2 8o Stephens John lo acres 3 Sj Stringer Arnold Io5 acres S25 Thompson Chits 5 acres 195 Weaver w II N l 60 acres L 95 weaver B M N U Co acres 6 op- WAvraaauaacptoasn Daughman Ullza 2 acres 2 zli Owsley Sallie N It 65 acres 2 IIITSma171dEWH ITr Akin Oeorgo I aura U JO Hattln Terre hrs 5 acres 60 Harp W II 189 acres 20 JucUson Jess 43 ifte 85 Jackson Luke acme h Lanham 0 O lot 53 Leitpcr O d N It 18 acre 153 McUbord Mrs Mary N It 10 acres 70 IteynoMi Milton 23 aero U Richards Felle 40 acres 7 Blnclcton Malleea 8 acres ns Walden Jobs N It IT acres 115 nrsToxviiLi eou uii Adam John Sr IS aCres I 20 Alcorn Caroline bra 3 acre I brown John aero I 33 Capp Morton acre 163 Burton Talltlia brs 9 acres I 10 Ooocb DuvlJ hr IOaerei U Ooode Prank lot 165 Oooch Cam I acres t 70 Jones Anderson N It t acre 2 3S Jno L Clod lot 3 85 Tom Smith a 520 McCormack Sam N It acre 2 60 McKinney Oscar lot Owens WIIIU S acre 10 tOil Derry N R lot 2 is Sttel Cbs acre S U Trice Mitchell freee 103 Wilkinson Clay acre 115 FARMERS DEPARTMENT Wm Land bought of Jos Dallou two 200pound hogs at 46 FOR SALEIOO shocks of fodder R E Gaines Walnut Flat have 40 good feeding cattle that would Sell J E Bruce Stanford Foil RuNT Twentyfive acres of hcinp land for 190G See C C Carter Stanford 4L FOR SALE Seven coming three and fouryearold mules Clay Floyd lIus tonville Ky FOR SALE shocks 250 fodder Good place to feed it Givens Carter Moreland Ky J C Pcpplcs Ircachersville wants to buy some 100pound hogs He has 700 shocks of fodder for sale John Cook sold to II C Davidson of Montgomery Ala two horses for 311 and them to him yesterday R B Wilkinson bought of different parties some hogs at 5c and a beef at 3e Black barrow weight about lbs clime to my placo four months ago Owner can get him by paying fur this notice and his keep U E Gaines Walnut Flat 3t 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 McKinneyI UMBRELLAS itscovered and rupalrud and made almost u good as new for u small amount I can Ix your umbrella better than the tramp repairer and for less money Give me a trial KKANK ATKtng Stanford Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why hay romlymmlt clot king when llivro Is MI little tlllffriiicu lit tho prlru of high rndiirijulyiinulf stilt and n suit tiuitlc to 1II1xlorlolltt1tnllor1 prlet11I1vvrroats trousers and fiilivy vests The nn puny I rtjirtisilit Isoluof the Init- H C HUILKY the Tailor POSTED We whoso names appear below strictly turbid bunting aching or tiny kind of tres aislng on our places and will pro tCuto lolatori to the full extent of tho law tin Kate Ador Uulchenbcch Ilrm Fred VonOruuulgsn Albert VonOruenlgati Fred VonAlltnau Fred Hnumnnii Alfred Simpson George Holmes Mid Mattie H Howe K Ittlchenbach Charles Cummins JOlt Hallou A O Dunn M Holmes W F Amori W H Iau hertj- U J Hoffman M 0 Klmoro Peter W garter J Nevln Carter J R Bruce ff F Shomtker Thomas Ferrlll Green 1errlll F J Conn John B Oamenlscb Bam TrllwbrldKe A D Root Charles Enjslln Frank Uordler Mra Welch Peter llalmer LlndieyJacobDavid Stephen Mary HotTmann- L r Nunoellty J W naujfhman- Onrltteau Orayion J 0 Carpenter lacob j sweln Sam Oameron J FEBRUARY Clearance Sale I Mens 15 Suits cut to 1048 Mens 12I50 Suits and Overcoats cut to 848 Mens 10 Suits and Overcoats cut to 748 Mens 750 Suits and Overcoats cut to 393 Allt our Youths and Boys Suits and Overcoats go accordingly Boys Knee Pants that sold at 50c cut to 40c We have a complete line of Shoes Dry Goods and Ladies and Gents Furnishings We invite you to come and seethe Bargains we have for you before you buy 04J elsewhere SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY Kentucky State Journal Frankfort KentuckyIt only Daily uud 1Veekly PRblilledvat the Capital mid the only OUtl that ever took tho A slwClltteeI frets Ills relently ileell oi11arj eI greatly improved It makes It specialty of LOCAL NBWS incltitling that or tho Court of Appeals State Fiscal Court Tho Ioleral Curt It is CtI icciiilly valuable to Lawyer Subscription yearly 84 Send rcinltlniiri 4u + a WIA WALTON PROR Frankfort Kentucky the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford l ntuckYI CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January I 1906 21600000 OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J n OWMCT Stanford II GIUKK Stanford 0 W OAKTEII Turnertvtlle W II CUMMIN IrvachuriTltlo I U G CII Waynrtburfr W ll TIIAVIIII Olloerta03eck It L llirunic Lancaster W O WAIJIKII Stanford J II Iosrrm Stanford W 0 InAlKK titAn forti J D IMxiux Stanford 111un tIsCtfullynedleltthenecountoflndivldnalaFlrtustsnd tkrtomllotts flunks and ltniiki riiiulnrt rfuiry i iicriininoclatloiu ni nr 4 coutistent with safe Imiiklns MmliTit safety lVmslt Uo r ili our vniill lor uv our iistcuiifri H First National BankStanford Ky Capital StocH 50000 This Institution wa originallyestablished as thtx Deposit Hank of Stanford In IBIS then roor nnlted ai the National Hank of Stanford in ttftS and again rror anltrd as the Vint National hark of Stanford In IBM having bad practically an unlntir rupted existence fur 43 year Ill better transactlagbefore In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Indlylduals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited n Officers J HOOKER Prtil BT HAIIIUB V Irei L J McUOltEUTH Ohf W H WEABKNAwt Obn J Directors F Reid Usnvlllb T lUrrls Stanford J Mocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlonej U U Klmoro Stanford H nauirlirflan btanford T I Hill Stanford Jet Koblnson Hubble J H Ilaunbtuan Stanford J BL Jettus Stanford 0 K Tato Stanford I YOUR WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces byrW B McRoberts 1STANFORD liitsoxAi supervision swell to all Prescriptions compounded 1 1NVf NeK1NgN1f Nt1 t tWVN1 CraijjV Heroin COlllpIlUlU1CnI lJj Heroin Compound el = WI1KX JJAHV FIRST BEGINS JO SNEEZE GIVE a r iIICraigs Heroin Compound a ClHIfs THAT JIOAIISH AND CKOUPV WIIKKXK f i Ar- ar 0 AND STOPS Ill AT UAITLT Q SOlNDc j 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