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I THE INTERIOR JOURNALY VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 13 1906 NO 100fiEDUCATION The following was written by n pups of the Eighth grade Stanford Graded system of public schools is one of- tho grandest Institutions of our land It places within the reach of allsex color or previous condition of eervitudu tho opportunity of gecuring a common cool education The State taxes its citizens and provides a system of public schools for tho benefit of everyone be tween tho ages of sx and 20 The golden opportunity of life is presented to each and every ono when they arrive at tho ago of six They thin havo tho privilege of attending in their own neighborhood freo of charge how many do attend and acquire a common y schooleducation Canvas tho whole country and you will lad multitudes of people who have not this education and even some who can neither read nor writ their own names A sad but true condition There are only two valid reasons why every person has not nn education They either neglect to ate tend school or fall to apply themselves when in attendance Opportunity nov parjcntthey fall to have their school regularly Look in our own com munity Parents for trivial reasons are keeping their children at home and rob bing them of that which make poor indeed Others are so sell1shl greedy and penurious that they keep their children at home for the small amount of labor they can do or material profit they can bring Somo gq so far ns to permit thtlr children to stay at home because they have been punished by tho teacher for sonic mischief they have done Pity is due broth child and parent The duty of the jwircnt to send his child to school is one of great im portance If he fails to do his duty he dote his child an everlasting injury and is largely responsible for his conduct and failure in life Would that every parent realized this glowing truth There Ire some pupils who might at WOUMInot hutjnreamusement Instead of the rea1 object of school They throw paper wads and mud balls across the rooms write notes to each other or create confusion in any possible way They are always watch- Ing the teacher and era In some mis chief ns soon as lds back is turned Not only do they deprive themselves of nn education but in n great measure they tnterfere with others who are striving for success Abraham Lincoln gained most of his penmanship by writing on a smooth board with a piece of charcoal and plpning ofT for another copy Today are there any so poor that they can nO buy papetandpenclLUlarcly and if so there is n fund for such Benja min Franklin obtained knowledge by borrowing books at night and returning them in the morning Now with great ly reduced prices books are In thoroach of nearly everyone The time has arrived when a man without nn education can take only a very small part in tile business affairs of tho world When a ixireon starts out in life with out nn education ho naturally joins the 4army of toilers and trudgora and can scarcely hopo for promotion Nearly every day you seo men working side by side ono of them is promoted to a high er And bettor position while the other remains the same and is never promoted Investigating tho matter one will find that the man promoted had an edu cation and was prepared while the oth er was unprepared Then comes tho consolation to those who strive for an education They may assure themselves that tho number of competitors is not great and success is most certain They may know that education is the chief promoter of civil- Ization and tho foundation of good mor als tho cornerstone of nil great discov cries and inventions They may enjoy tho happiness of that high intellectual plane but should always remember their less fortunate friends and lend a help ing hand to those of Inferior attain 1meats Now and Then Some thoroughandoii roful physician Invents in his prnrtlet sumo special medicine that proves so universally successful whenever prescrllnd thatt ho proceeds to place it before tl0 pub lie to bo reached by tho ncwspiiporti This is tho history of Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin For years prescribed by Or W H Caldwell for constipation and all disorders of liver stomach end bowels it wan at lust manufactured on a latgo scale and Is now tho most successful mod lolno in the world for these diseases A pure Bclentlflo tonic laxative syrup pleasant to take and perfect In results Try It Sold l y d L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Huston vlllo at 600 and 81 Money back If it falls WAYNESBURG IIn the near future the Q C will enlarge our depot and erect a section house build stock pens and make other improvements in out town Miss Bessie Singleton of KIngaville is visiting her sister Mrs C C Gooch who is ill Ed McDaniel and Oscar Choate of Burn lde were hero Sun dayJ M Johnson shipped a carload of Ktatoc4 hams and other produce to Stearns Wo hopo IIrer Johnson will continue his good work as there seems to bo no end to our resources so far as enables are concerned Rev R It Noel will fill his appoint ment here Saturday and Sunday Our Sunday school Is progressing nicely under the management of W It Single ton our superintendent This is no surprise to tiny who know him us Hickory hill Is one of the most influential citizens in our town L G Gooch is back from Lexington where he was called to meet the offi cials of tho C S M G Reynolds Is back from Somerset Eugene Gooch left for Louisville where hohasaccept ed a position as lumber inspector F S Gooch our clever hotel man is contemplating moving to Burnsido to go into business Miss Lola West who has been visiting friends and relatives in Lexington and Cincinnati returned Sunday Arthur Caldwell and bride havo moved into the house vacated by IT D Williams M S Matthews our agent has rented his property to W L Singleton Joe lhclps our cxjwst master is ill with pneumonia Mrs Pitman has been very sick but is improving S H Gooch is confined to his room with n sprained limb It has completely knocked him out so far shipping ties is concerned Taylor Wesley has been elected record keeper for tho K O T M at this place This will make considerable work for our clever postmaster as tho Bees seem to IM quite numerous here Sunny California I IFromLIS CAL Feb 6th I take pleasure in sending you a line or two from tho garden spot I trust I doI not seem disloyal to Kentucky when I call this tho garden spot but after n year Inthu mountains of Utah it true ly suggests paradise The weather is ideal and though tho natives say this is tho least attractive time of year I can scarcely believe it and I must say I should love to see it at its best Such n wealth of foliage and flowers ono can not even ImulClnotbut must seo to appreciate This is the place for those in search of health and pleasure The mere fact that thousands of tourI ists come here every year and make It their winter homes speaks more for the place than any wonlotrnlneli have asked dozens who live here or in the suburban towns and without exception they say they would live no where else and it is hardly to bo wondered at The beauty of tho country and the per feet climate the year around will account for that Then prom and bustle appeal to tljpae with an eye to business I noticed on a real estate poster tho other day that You need not work in a mint to mako money and the real es tate man can have a Bve time of it here I am a little disappointed in tho coast resorts but there nro promises of im provement Los Angeles has the finest city and interurban street railway sys tern in the world Tho tourists simply revel in riding from one point of J inter oat to another and there arc enough of thum to keep ono busy for a month and nil worth the price paid to see them In short there is only one objection to California and that is it is a hard place to get to but an ox Kentuckian whom I met assured me that could be no read objection us no ono who lived here ever wanted to got away so there are evlI dently two points of view I shall bo here only long enough for my daughter to recuperate after an attack of pneu monia possibly a month and by that time the moot of tho winter which hnsI been an exceptionally hard ono in Utah will be over I meet Kentuckians eve ery day The Denny Bros are having no end of good luck at Ascot Park 111111I Mr nnd Mrs James Woods whom I knew in Danvillo are having a beauti ful homo built in the West End I have no news of interest and as words are not adeqaata to describe California I had best bring this to a close Respectfully ISABELLA BAILEY HAUVIBLLK A Card This is to certify that nil druggists are authorized to refund your money if Foleys Honey und fur falls to cure your cough or cold U stops the cough heals tho lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe cough und prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine Is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug- Store NEWS NOTES Snow fell to u depth of two feet nt Saratoga N Y Knoxville Tenn celebrated its 114th anniversary Saturday Isaiah Praither anold and wellknown citizen of Washlgton county is dead Thlrtynino miners were entombed by an explosion In u coal mlno near Mount Hope W Vn Ben Wheat Coleman Town Marshal of Burksvillc committed suicide by himself Paul Laurence Dunbar tho poet o the Negro race died at his home in Dayton 0of consumption Charles Corpus u Chicago bartender was shot and killed in n fight with po licemen trying to arrest him One o tho officers was shot and badly wounded While skating on EIkhorncrcck near Georgetown Warren Wheeler 13 years old broko through the Ice and was drownedAt 0 Andrew Dirkcr a wealthy farmer was instantly killed by Robert Copley the latter striking Dirk er with his fist Twelve persons were injured seriously in n series of explosions o sewer and illuminating gas in Now York city W L Shouso fell from the roof of a building at Shelbyville and was killed Fires nt Providence destroyed prop erty worth 10000 and utSmiths Mills worth 8350 Chief Justice Thomas N McClellan of Alabama died in his private car as It was entering New Orleans Satur day In a fit of jealous rage Wm Vest aged 24 slashed the throat of Mrs May Busklrt at Chilicothe Ohio and then cut his own throat dying instantly The woman will die Richard A McCurdy former presi dent of the Mutual Life Insurance Company is said to be preparing to take up his residence In Paris France Dr J B Wilson of Cincinnati Mrs Josephine K Henry of Versailles and Moses Kaufman of Lexington deliver ed addresses nt the funeral of Charles C Moore The Tennessee Supreme Court handed down an opinion reversing tho lower court and holding that property owned by Vanderbilt University and rented to private persons cannot be taxed The City Council of Chicago at a special meeting passed an ordinance directing tho gas companies of the city to furnish gas to consumers at 85 cents per 1000 feet John Witt age 20 shot and killed himself at Detroit after killing a four yearold child and shooting his father inlaw August Whiting through the stomach und shooting his motherinlaw Mrs Whiting in the shoulder The fouryearold son of James Dean wellknown farmer of tho Tatham Springs vicinity mot a horrible death as tho result of falling into a kettle of boiling water while at play Ilqalizing tho futility of further agi tation nt present the Workmens Council of St Petersburg has disbanded and the revolutionary leaders have concentrated their energies on preparing for an uprising in the spring The appellate division of the supreme court of New York denied tho petition of Clarence II Vcnner and others ask ing that the names and addresses of 750000 policyholders of tho New York Life Insurance Company bo furnished themAlthough the Rev George II Sim moms the Peoria Ill bank president who killed himself recently was re puted to be worth about 50 000 an ox amination of his private box at the bank showed that it contained nothing whatever of value Maj Cassius E Gillette testifying in the GreenoGaynor case at Savannah Ga said tho mattresses sunk by the defendants in Cumberland Sound were no more than bundles of brush and not worth more than n 10th of what the Government paid for them Ed Emerson for whom tho police of Covington have been looking since January 21 on the charge of killing John Mays the aged recluse who was William Goebels tutor was arrested Latonla Emerson admitted killing Mays with aflobert rifle but says Mays and he had quarreled aril Mays drew a knife on him when he fired in selfde tense Emerson says he has been hiding in Huntington W Va and in Lexington Ky has nearly starved and is glad to have it over with Ills case will go before tho grand jury now in session CORNS CuuEDCorn Exit will positively remove corns in four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant nnd we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each nnd every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Christopher S Gentry has been ap pointed postmaster at Gentrys Mills Adair county Ort Allen of the Brush Creek section of Casey is dead He is survived by a wife and two children W H Harkleroads stable near London burned causing a loss of several thousand bales of hay some machinery etc Henry Vnnover a veteran of the Cumberfdently ho had fallen and been killed by the accidental discharge of the gun The largest amount ever collected by wasftaken In by the City Tax Receiver The collections thus far have been more than 1500000 The Southern Railway Company will ask its stockholders to authorize an is suo of 200000000 development and gen oral mortgage 4 per cent bonds Prey ident Spencer says the existing finan dial condition of the company is such as to justify the issue bllddlesbofSampson at the head of the editorial column Mr Sampson was graduated from Centre College last June and has been news editor of the Record ever sincePrivate Thomas Stewart whose home is at Hopper Ky was accident ally shot and instantly killed at Fort Brady Sault Ste Marie Mich while doing guard duty Stewart was walk ing in front of Private Joseph Young when the latters gun was discharged the bullet penetrating In Stewarts heartBecause of hazing charges or defi ciencies in their studies 15 meinbora of the graduating class of the Naval Acad emy at Annapolis will not be graduated Among them is William P Hays of Louisville charged with hazing In tho entire class for the entire course John Paul Miller of Lancaster ranks third with a record of 51479 Allan J Chantry Jr of Mnlvcyi la is the first honor man with 51725 MT VEHNON W J Sparks hasI been awarded the contract for making a tunnel for the L N parallel to tun nel No5 near Livingston Work will I bo begun in about a week and it will take about five months to complete itIThe L N is double tracking Sinks to Livingston W B is thinking of putting in WhiteheadI plant for Mt Vernon finite plans have been made Mrs E Williams ago 74 died after an Illness of only a few days of bronchial pneu monia Marriage license was issued Tuesday to Jack Hysinger and a Miss Shivel daughter of Mr P E Shivel of near Brodhcad Signal POLITICAL The Hepburn railroad rato bill was passed by the House at Washington by a vote of U19 to seven Commonwealths Attorney John R Allen of Lexington will soon announce his candidacy for congress The House passed tho pension appro priation carrying 139000000 for pensions and 1215000 for administration Ben Johnson at present State Sena tor from Bardstown has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nom ination for Congress from the Fourth districtBy vote of Gl to 2G the House at Frankfort decided that the lion Emmett Slattery was legally electcdto the General Assembly from Louisville Gov Patterson of Ohio signed the Freincr bill which provides for ajtwo cent faro for nil distances within the State over five miles The Executive Committee of the TransMississippi Congress has fixed upon Teusday November 20 190C in Kansas City as the time and place of the 17th CongresstIt is now stated by those on the inside in Washington that the Louisville postoffice case will not be settled until about March It is conceded that Dr Bakers chances are slim and there are some who look upon A T Hart as the formidable darkhorse candidate I Tiio Special Committee appointed by the New York Life Insurance Com panys trustees to investigate the af fairs of tho company has made a partial report to the directors The re port deals only with tho payments to Andrew Hamilton and it sharply crit icises the methods of Hamilton und John A McCallirecommendinglegalp- roceedings to recover sums paid to them As the outgrowth a quarrel over tho Caleb Powers case Calum Powell republican was shot and killed by Will Simpson also republican Jas Wright the third party to the quarrel and a democrat was unhurt The tragedy occurred in Monroe county Better hang Caleb before more trouble follows i Musical Merchandise BanjosClarionetscordeons Concerlinas Harps Har monophones Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Mr J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAYT- he Jeweler Danville Kentuckyr a OLIVER CHILLED jQWSHave many Imitators but no equal iV H HIG GINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KEN- TUCKYL1jiuJ Prepare For 1906 e COAL AND WOOL White Oak Cannel East TenaoMee JelHci II G Joplin Mountain Ash Jcllico Barren Fork FEED Wheat Straw Millet Hay Millet Straw Timothy Hay Mice Hay Corn Oats Bran SliiiistufF Big d Mixed Barley BEST COW FEED ON THE MARKET Big4 Mixed Feed Grouiu Corn Oats Brat and Barley for Too per sack till Xmas11re have i Crusher anti can grind anything in the feed line Give us your ordera GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY o easasnnsasianran tsasesa esannssam stntars aa II CooK Stove BargainI o I SECONDHAND STEEL ORDER ticap large oven high shelf nod closet Must ns long a new ono that Iwtlrlllins three times the price J 1200 gg ImE 5 H ALD IDVErTINNER PLUMBED PUMP AND FURNACE MAN PHONEIII6 DEPOT STREET STANFORDIa BUY YOUR Collars Hames Collar Pads I Backbands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets Grub Toolsvc from George D Hopper StanfOMv Ky Hardware Groceries Tinware Queensware Tiling Etc BfcbT GOODS LOWEST PRICES AN r 7 ILo1 a1kf4 The Interior Journal r E C WALTON BOTII operators and miners are pre paring for a struggle to the death Oporators have stored 7000000 tons of coal and are building stockades around the collieries The miners have 3000 000 in their strong box and they expect to double that amount by April 1stt About 3000000 persons are depending upon anthracite miners for their daily bread and if a strike shall be declared some of them will be very hungry be fore it is called off or the operators rsuccumb rwhelmltlg majority of mar tied men In the House will defeat tbe Ibill by Bachelor Bertie Adams providing the whipping post for wife beaters says a Washington dispatch The President recommended the bill and the Penn sylvania Bachelor Quixotically made fight for it The measure comes this week It will get few votes and lvif beaters may operate under existin restrictions THOSE Kentucky clerks at washing ton who have constituted themselves into a committee to collect funds for the Powers defense evidently feel in secure in their positions and want to pretend like they are busy They might stand better if they attended more closely to the business for which they are paid thinks the Kentucky State Journal IF Editor Brown Harrods i burg Democrat will take the trouble to investigate he will find that 42000 is dead cheap for Crab Orchard Springs A single of the four or five buildings cost nearly three times that much to say nothing of the 80 acres of land furniture etc Editor Brown should east a weather eye out before he leaps LETTERS written by George Wash ington and Gen U S Grant were sold at auction in New York the former bringing 85 and the latter 23 which shows that the father of his country is still first in the hearts of the relic seekers LET other colleges emulate old Har vards splendid example Her faculty has announced that no more foot ball can be played there Six ministers preached the funeral of a Peoria preacher If he did not go to thegood place it was no fault of the clergy TIIERE is money in officeholding Col lector J A Craft has just bought a 15000 residence in Louisville says a dispatch 0 WHEW but Louisville is growing There were 81 births and only deaths there last week CHURCH MATTERS There will be the usual services in the Hustonville Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and night Morning subject Homeward Bound Evening subject The Star of DI8tinyIWhile Brooks Bros were holding their big revival at the Christian church in this city Rev Stevens a missionary supported by the Harrodsburg church was holding a revival at Akita Japan which resulted in 45 additions This mission church is now so strong as to be nearly self supporting and within the next year another missionary will be placed in the field A few weeks ago William J Bryan who is touring the world spoke at a political gathering in Japan Congregated before this distinguished American were many of the learned men of the empire and some missionaries Mr Bryan said I have a seen the earnest faces of these mission aries and I feel that it is due them on this occasion to state that the Saviour whom they teach is my Saviour The missionaries think that these wordsr have uplifted their cause in that coun try and will result in unbounded good Harrodsburg Herald The contest election cases of BrownS ing against Lovell for County Judge and Croley against Jones for Sheriff of Whitley were decided in favor of theI contestees Lovell and Jones by Judge Janis in the Circuit Court LovelJand Jones claimed to be the regular Itomt inees at the last November election while their opponents were independent Republicans It was the most exciting election held here in many years and the people of tint county are greatly wrought up over it t The Senate committee on charitable institutions after a visit to the Ken tucky Institute for the Blind at Louis ville decided to recommend an appro priation of 15000 for the school Three trainmen on the Northern Central railroad were instantly killed near Scitzland Pa While reparing a disabled locomotive an accommodation train dashed upon them The entire plant of the Poughkeepsie und Wappingers Falls Electric Rail way at was destroyed by fire The loss is 150000 with 80000 insuranceThe A R Encampment of the Department of the Potomac adopted resolutions protesting againstpubie dis al of on occasions n HUSTONVILLE The family of J M Eubanks is down withchickenpox Teams hauling from below Middle burg crossed Green River on the ice last week Dr Carl Wheeler and wife left for Lexington Monday The former has just returned from New York where he attended lectures Miss Prill Newborn has accepted to position ot matron in an oral school a Chicago in which Miss Georgia New burn her sister is teaching She will leave this week Hill Spalding of Louisville spent Sunday here Miss Clida Overstreet of Bradfordsville a niece of Rev G1V Mills has come to make her home in our city and will complete her education in the Graded School A team of mules hitched to a wagon and belonging to James Yowell ran off Friday throwing Mr Yowell out and dashing down Danville street ran into the vehicle of rural route carrier No2- and upsetting it Tnere were no serious results poundsgon and McKinney pike doubtless with good intentions but instead of bettering the condition obstructs the highway which h an indictable offense Onr clever bachelor Noah H Bishop has deserted his former associates and in Lexington on the 8th was married to Miss Josie handsome daughter of Joseph Coffey The entire West End congratulates them and wishes happiness and success The Hustonville Dramatic and Min strel Co was organized Saturday with 15 members and elected Prof R S Eu bank manager which insures a compa ny of high entertainers The company will render society dramas and light comedies together with the biggest andI best minstrel festival ever given on the stage Their opening at Alcorns Opera House will be in about three weeks the mere announcement of which will put standing room at a premium The Senatorial bill allowing the coun ty courts to appoint road supervisors in each magisterial district is heartily approved by more thanOO per cent of the voters of this district Our commer cial club will urge Senator Hubble and Representative Alverson to do all in their power for the passage of the bill succeeding in which a banquet will be given them by the club upon their re turn home It is not old fogyism but wisdom this appeal to our law makers to pass the bill The meeting of the Commercial Club Thursday night was attended by 30 members and the reports of the various committees on prospective plants resulted in arranging steps toward incor porating a pants and overall factory to cost not less than 5000 and to be es tablished as soon as possible Books for subscription will be opened this weekand parties wanting stock can no tify Dr J C Barker Shares will be 25 Next meeting Feb 22 at 730 in opera house Your recent article on old coins caus ed Mr A B McKinney to investigate the age and nationality of an ancient product he has owned for many years i1tbingnearlyish coin made in 1717 during the reign of King Charles III son of Charles II and was a great warrior and edcuator In 1776 he joined France in sending aid to the revolting colonies in America The coin bears the court of arms of his reign and was a part of the money with which the soldiers were paid while as sisting our coteries thereby making it the most valuable souvenir in this part of the country Miss Mollie Walden entertained at her beautiful home Violet Slops on Friday evening a number of friends at delightful Spider Web Party Among the guests were Misses Flor ence Tanner Birdie Eads Bertha Wallis U C Allen Thomas Wallis Bow owens Thomas Eads Wm New and Mr and Mrs S M Owens The amusement of the evening was chrystalized when Mr Allen drew tick et No2 which read Its sweet to be bumble bee when ere you go a fis- hinsto which the answerdrpur But the violet is the only flower for which always wishjng An elegant menu of all the delicacies of the season was inimitably served gad greatly enjoyed the evening long remembered by all present Men Past Sixty Danger More than half mankind over sixty years of ago suffer from kidney and bladder disorders usually enlnrgeniont of postato gland This is both painful and dangerous and Foleys Kidney Cure should bo taken at tho first sign of danger as it corrects Irregularities and has cured many old men of this disease Mr Rodney Burnett Rock Port Mo writes I suffered with enlarged prostrate gland and kidney trouble for years and after taking two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure I feel better than I have for twenty years although I am now 01 years old Pen nys Drug Store The Society of theDaughters of the Empire State will present to the pres ident a petition of 2500 names asking Congressional interference in the pre servation of Niagara Falls u M1C2 Here and There It is said the newlyincorporated Kentucky Midland railroad is to be built at once from Mndisonvillo to Cen tral City Ky The monster battleship Dreadnought which when finished will have cost 7500000 was launched at Portsmouth England by King Edward Estimates of the population of Lou Dlrestoryttween 240000 and 250000 an increase over last year of at least 8000 Jt is figured that 2000000 worth of gold is put In decayed teeth annually and that 25000000 have been so used since adopted by dentistry In the sweet bye and bye explorers for the yellow metal will strike some old mouth full of teeth and strike off a claim for a rich find The most sensational turf scandal of recent years was revealed last night says a New York dispatch when it became known that E E Smathers was accused of knowing that drugs were administered to Lou Dillon C K G Billings famous trotter when at Memphis in October 1904 Smathers driving his horse Maj Delmar beat Lou Billion The gold cup worth 5 000 which Smathers won at that time has been taken by n deputy sheriff out of Smathers suite in the Pierrpont and is now in the Sheriffs ofllcp Twloe Told Tales Some tales never lose in the telling and the tale of good that Dr Cald wcHslaxatlvG Syrup Pepsin will and does do to all poor dyspeptic bilious sufferers Is one of them It positive ly relieves and cures all forms of Indigestion starts up the languid liver regulates the constipated bowels and restores the entire system to a perfect condition of health Try It Sold by G L 1enny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonville at SOc and 81 Money back if It falls New Hustonville Firm Having taught of McCorinnck A IVnrock their orO we solicit shore crhlll1nhunlelof wst XnllIOO Ito wo nleo have In connection u lent Market ollll Lunch Jounlf we will buy good butcher stuff nl highest market prier and having splendid beat cutter we CUll furnlih you with the Inst We nlso buy ml kind of country product ItlHIIOPt MIMh uitonvllU Ky OFFICE OF GAMAND SiNOII roN Supt Schools bf Lincoln Co January 15 won Whites Concentrated Water Co Crab Orchard Ky Gentlemen I have been a sufferer from acute indigestiou andconsti patios for years After having tried various remedies and receiving no re lief I decided to try your Crab Orchard Concentrated Water After using same for two months Ican truthfully say that I feel better than I have for years I want to say that itjs tho greatest remedy out for indigestion constipation lain other like diseases I cheerfully recommend this water to all suHerers RespectfullyGAltLtsu roN For sale by all druggists POSTED strictlyturbidpassing on our place and will violators to the full extent of tbo lawIMrs Kate Ador Helchcnbech HIV OrucnlganAlbertvonoruenlganFred Alfred yitnpnou George Holmes Miss Maude II Howes K Kelcbenbuch Charles Oummlns Jos lullou CMJuun S MIIolmei DaugbvrtyMPeter W Tarter J Novln Carter J E Jlruce F HhomsUer Thomas Kerrlll Oreeu Ferrlll P J Conn John II Camenlscl SamTrnwbrldgo A n Root Uhufles Enxlln Frank Cordler Mrs M Haydcn Welch Peter Hairnet LindseyJacobDavid Stephen Mary HotTraauu L P Nuunellay J w lUughrnan CrrUtuna Qrajson J O Carpenter Jacob Jtnswelu Sam Dame- ronHENRY n VATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Vow people In the United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all thing falrjn all things clean In all thIngs It In essentially a family paper By n special arrangement we are enabled to fer the W EKLY COUHIEBJOUHNAL one year and this paper for tho price named above Send your subscription for the combination to usnot to the CourierJournal t oL rUI J ra I I OVERCOATSi IWehero long since learned hat its better for our customer I Letter for us not to carry goods from Ono season to anoth- cr and so we shall try nt the cud of each season to dispose e our rcmuantd nt n price thnt you cats allbnl to handle I We do nut want to carry nIl OVKHCOAT and to do this QtImake tho following prices on Mend Coats All 2000 Coats go at 81500 I INAll 81750 Coats go at uun aia All SlJ50 Coats goat ifI All 81000 Coats go ut t litItAH 81000 Buys Cools go littd All 8750 Boys Coats go nt I All 8500 Uoj8 Coats go nt I All S 100 Boys Coats go nt nonII All 81150 Hoys Coats go nt All SflOO Boys Coats go nt 22raINearly every Coat tu tholiouxe isFUKSII SWELL S1 I I I STANFORD H Ji MCROBERTS KENTUCKY I LIaJ I I I IHAIRCTncm tnj trautint N huts Vramaut h wUM growth Mrrtr Palls to JUtoro erg lUlr to IU Youthful par langiront A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store ini the Owelcy Building For Sale Privately My bouse and 10 acres of land situated lust outside of town limit on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and sir vants room Rood cellar stable and all accessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock JP BAILEY Jesse W Sweeney psorsi molt Livery Putt sad Sal stable Lancaster Ky Horse wellfed and cued for Up to date rise at reasonable ra- tesINSURANCE Fore Lightning WindWorm fJfe and Accident None but the HTHONOKHT and BKHT Companies Ibprasenlnl Iowest Ioi ilblo UIII lou IuyliiKltec ordUiu lualUd TAlk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Ihono No 81 NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBEE k CLABESON Inn JUNCTION CITY KYf- irstclass Turnouts at Reasonable Rate Special Attention to Traveling Men Orate and Hay For Bale A Special Bargain Ono linnrirtd and sixty nero form nlxjut il inlkn Nortwitt of Htnnfonl fowl twostory IJroom dwelling u splendid Moc It born oae of the best wiitentl III rill I In tin county nil necessary outbuildings Hplondld orchard to acres in liluountss never IHCII plowed Tho whole fnrm fu3s well and there Is now sto land on It Five milts from Pnnvlllo and In n splendid community This n bnrgaln must by Bold withIn thu ncxtr tiny lore locunt pouts cnn often on of farm hIlIl1t onto For rtllUIlrll tutu Jnuifs I white or li 11ug1lce14luutonl Ky INSURANCEYour are sure to die See nUll talk with K M Rowland who will show 09tho policy best adapted to your ngo and circumstances Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid annually or defer K 11 Nuvisi Agent Mutual Lif0Iusurnuco Co of N Y Organized 18J3 DatJl1Tralorpsaata WIliskhl Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc Oarpsntsr House Olose to STANFORD KYI Prompt tnl pollts sttsntlon Nothing U Us bss todrink Mall phonecr tslsgrspt crests rscslrs tronpUttsntlo if CARE FOR YOUR TEETH 1 No part of the anatomy to well repays jne for care 00 the teeth Proper euro and proper use of the tenth will rave untold doctors had dentists bilk You will find the Largest selection of Good Tooth Brushes IrepnmtionAnd dont omit peroxide of hydrogen and listerino from your tooth toilet shelf A little of either occasionally keeps the breath and mouth sweet It pays to wo n tooth brlrh thrco times daily Ask your dentist See our toothbrush wind- owPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky J JOSTREGEIVEDLarge Ranges Call and See ThemrGEORGE Roc FARRIS Stanford Kentuckyt l TO CLOSE OUTIJACKETS that were 950110W SflOO 1150111111 87fiO now 50 i it ofiO now 250 II 100 nowi 200 MISSES LONG CLOAKS that were 700 now 350 1 x I II a75 81 anti 8450 now 00aII tt 250 now ICO Having made up our mind these goods must ho closedat once Wo make prices to move them regardless of what they cost W B Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky t r I The Interior Journal t E C WALTON BOTII operators and miners arc pre paring for a struggle to the death Operators have stored 7000000 tons of coal and are building stockades around the collieries The miners have 3000 000 In their strong box and they expect to double that amount by April 1st About 3000000 persons are depending upon anthracite miners for their daily bread and if a strike shall be declared t some of them will be very hungry be 1foreit is called off or the operators AN overwhelming majority of mar ried men in the House will defeat tit bill by Bachelor Bertie Adams providing the post for wife beaters a Washington dispatch The saysI recommended the bill and the sylvania Bachelor Quixotically made a fight for it The measure comes this week It will get few votes and Wife beaters may operate under existing restrictions THOSE Kentucky clerks at Washington who have constituted themselves into a committee to collect funds for inIsecure in their positions and want to pretend like they are busy They might stand better if they attended more closely to the business for which they are paid thinks the Kentucky State Journal IP Editor Brown of the Harrods burg Democrat will take the trouble to investigate he will find that 42000 is dead cheap for Crab Orchard Springs A single of the four or five buildings cost nearly three times that much to say nothing of the 80 acres of land furniture etc Editor Brown should cast a weather eye out before he leaps LETTERS written by George Wash ington and Gen U S Grant were sold at auction in New York the former bringing 85 and the latter 23 which shows that the father of his country is still first in the hearts of the relic seekes LET other colleges emulate old Har vards splendid example Her faculty has announced that no more foot ball can be played there Six ministers preached the funeral of- a Peoria Ill preacher If he did not go to thegood place it was no fault of the clergy t THERE is money in officeholding Col lector J A Craft has just bought a 15000 residence in Louisville says a dispatch j WHEW but Louisville is growing There were 81 births and only deaths there last week CHURCH MATTERS t There will be the usual services in the Hustonvillo Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and night Morning subject Homeward Bound Evening subject The Star of Destiny While Brooks Bros were holding their big revival at the Christian church in this city Rev Stevens a missionary supported by the Harrodsburg church was holding a revival at Akita Japan r which resulted in 45 additions This mission church is now so strong as to be nearly self supporting and within the next year another missionary will be placed in the field A few weeks e ago William J Bryan who is touring the world spoke at political gathering- in Japan Congregated before this distinguished American were many of theI learned men of the empire and some missionaries Mr Bryan said I have seen the earnest faces of these mission aries and I feel that it is due them on this occasion to state that the Saviour whom they teach is my Saviour too The missionaries think that these words have uplifted their cause in that count try and will result in unbounded good Harrodsburg Herald The contest election cases of Browning against Lovell for County Judge I and Croley against Jones for Sheriff of Whitley were decided in favor of the contestees Lovell and Jones by Judge Jarvis in the Circuit Court Lovell and Jones claimed to be the regular dom inecs at the last November election while their opponents were independent x Republicans It was the most exciting election held here in many years and the people of thtt county are greatly wrought up over it The Senate committee on charitable institutions after a visit to the Ken tucky Institute for the Blind at Louis ville decided to recommend an appropriation of 15000 for the school Three trainmen on the Northern Central railroad were instantly killed near Seitzland Pa While reparing a disabled locomotive an accommodation train dashed upon them The entire plant of the Poughkeepsio und ers Falls Electric Hail at poughkeepsie was destroyed byway fire The loss with 80000 insurance The G A R Encampment of the Department of the Potomac adopted resolutions protesting onpublic dis play of occasions u L HUSTONVILLE The family of J M Eubanks is down with chickenpox Teams hauling from below Middle burg crossed Green River on the ice last week- Dr Carl Wheeler and wife left foi Lexington Monday The former hns just returned from New York where he attended lectures Miss Prill Newburn has accepted tab position ot matron in an oral school at Chicago in which Miss Georgia New burn her sister is teaching She wil leave this week Hill Spalding of Louisville spent Sunday here Miss Clida Overstreet of Bradfordsville a niece of Rev GW Mills has come to make her home in our city and will complete her education in the Graded School A team of mules hitched to a wagon belonging to James Yowell ran off land throwing Mr Yowell out and down Danville street ran into vehicle of rural route carrier No2 and upsetting it Tnere were no serious results Rocks weighing from 10 to 40 pound have been dumped on the Middleburj and McKinney pike doubtless with good intentions but instead of bettering the condition obstructs the highway which ii an indictable offense Onr clever bachelor Noah II Bishop has deserted his former associates and m Lexington on the 8th was married to Miss Josie handsome daughter of Joseph Coffey The entire West End congratulates them and wishes happi ness and success The Hustonville Dramatic and Min strel Co was organized Saturday with 15 members and elected Prof R S Eu bank manager which insures a compa ny of high entertainers The company will render society dramas and light comedies together with the biggest and best minstrel festival ever given on the stage Their opening at Alcorns Opera House will be in about three weeks the mere announcement of which will put standing room at a premium The Senatorial bill allowing the coun ty courts to appoint road supervisors in each magisterial district is heartily approved by more than90 per cent of the voters of this district Our commer cial club will urge Senator Hubble and Representative Alverson to do all in their power for the passage of the bill succeeding in which a banquet will be given them by the club upon their return home It is not old fogyism but wisdom this appeal to our law makers to pass the bill The meeting of the Commercial Club Thursday night was attended by 30 members and the reports of the various committees on prospective plants resulted in arranging steps toward incor porating a pants and overall factory to cost not less than 5000 and to bo es tablished as soon as possible Books for subscription will be opened this weekand parties wanting stock can no tify Dr J C Barker Shares will be 25 Next meeting Feb 22 at 730 in opera house Your recent article on old coins caus ed Mr A B McKinney to investigate the age and nationality of an ancient product he has owned tor many years but witch is fairly well preserved it- brngnearly 200 years old Itis a Spanish coin made in 1717 during the reign of King Charles III son of Charles II and was a great warrior and edcuator In 1776 he joined France in sending aid to the revolting colonies in America The coin bears the court of arms of his reign and was a part of the money with which the soldiers were paid while assisting our colonies thereby making it the most valuable souvenir in this part jf the country Miss Mollie Walden entertained at her beautiful home Violet Slope on Friday evening a number of friends at a delightful Spider Web Party Among the guests were Misses Flor ence Tanner Birdie Eads Bertha Wallis D C Allen Thomas Wallis Bowman owens Thomas Eada Wm Newell and Mr and Mrs S M Owens The amusement of the evening was hrystalzed when Mr Allen drew tick et No2 which read Its sweet to bet bumble bee when ere you go a fis- hingto which the answer drew But ho violet is the only flower for which Im always wishjng An elegant menu of all the delicacies of the season was nimitably served and greatly enjoyed md the evening will be long remembered by all present Men Past Sixty in Danger More than half mankind over sixty ears of ago suffer from kidney and Madder disorders usually enlargement of postato gland This is both painful and dangerous and Foleys Kidney Cure should be taken at the first sign yf daiigcr as it corrects irregularities and has cured many old men of this liseaso Mr Rodney Burnett Rock Port Mo writes I suffered with enlarged prostrate gland and kidney rouble for years and after taking two jollies of Foleys Kidney Cure I feel getter than I have for twenty years although I am now 01 years old Pen nys Drug Store The Society of the Daughters of the Empire State will present to the president a petition of 2500 names asking Congressional interference in the preservation of Niagara Falls t b Here and There It is said the newly Incorporated Kentucky Midland railroad is to be built at once from Madlsonvillo to Cen tral City Ky The monster battleship Dreadnought which when finished will have cost 7500000 was launched at Portsmouth England by King Edward Estimates of the population of Louisville made by the Caron Director Company show a probable total of between 240000 and 250000 an Increase over last year of at least 8000 Jt is figured that 2000000 worth of gold is put in decayed teeth annually and that 25000000 have been so use since adopted by dentistry In the sweet bye and bye explorers for the yellow metal will strike some old mouth full of teeth and strike off a claim for a rich find The most sensational turf scandal of recent years was revealed last night says a New York dispatch when it became known that E E Smathers was accused of knowing that drugs were administered to Lou Dillon C K G Billings famous trotter when at Memphis in October 1004 Smathers driving his horse Maj Delmar beat Lou Dillion The gold cup worth 5 000 which Smathers won at that time has been taken by a deputy sheriff out of Smathers suite in the Pierrpont and is now in the Sheriffs office TwiceTold Tales Some tales never lose in tho tolling and tho tale of good that Dr Cald wellslaxative Syrup Pepsin will and does do to all poor dyspeptic bilious sufferers is one of thorn It positive ly relieves and cures all forms of indigestion starts up the languid liver regulates the constipated bowels and restores the entire system to a perfect condition of health Try it Suit by G L 1enny Stanford and C Vf Adams Hustonville at LOc and 81 Money back It It tails New Hustonville Firm e Miring bought of McConnnck A IVnrock their Qroccrltv Hardware etewoolfclt n bare or the patrounge of tllO weal End JIlt we iilno hate in connection n Dnlly lent Market cud Lunch Counter Wo will buy good butcher stuff At highest tnnrkvt price nnd hawing n splimlld meet cutter we cnn rurnUh you with tho beat 11e nlso buy ml kind of country produce JII14110P t LI Pls Hustonvlllf Ky OITICK OF OAKLAND SISOLCTON Supt Schools bf Lincoln Co January 15 won Whites Concentrated Water Co Crab Orchard Ky GentlemenI have been a suiler cr from acute indigestion und constipation for years After having tried various remedies and receiving no relief I decided to try your Crab Orcbard Concentrated Water After using santo for two months Ican truthfully say that I feel better than I have for years I want to say that itjs the remedy out tor in digestion constipation lint other like diseases I cheerfully recommend this water to nil auflcrers Respectfully- GAlt1INn Stxourrox For vie by all drugg- istsfOSTED strictlyturbidpallIng on our place and will prosecute violators to the tall extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Relchcnbech Rrn VoaOruenigaeAlbertVoaOruenlgaoFred Alfred Simpson Holmes RowelMiss Mattie II Kelchenbacb Charles Cummins Joe ttallou ODunn S U Holmes W R Anon W It Uaughorty M J Hoffman M U Klmoro Peter W Tarter J NpTln Darter J E liruce V hhomtker Thomas Kerrlll Green Kcrrlll F J Conn John II Oamcnlscb Born Trnwbrldgo A It Root Gbuflus Ensllu Frank Cordler Mn M Hayden Wolcb Peter Kalmer LindseyJacobDavid Stephens Mary Hoirrnaiin L P J w lUughman Cnrlituna Orayson J O Carpenter Jacob Jttiswelu Sam Dame- ronHENRY PATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE TEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United Stutf have not heard of the Courler Journal Democratic 10 all thIng fair Jn all things clean In oil thIng It U essentially a family paper Dy a special arrangement we are enabled to ofIter the W1 EKLV COUKIEBJOURNAL year and this paper for the price named bove Bend your subscription for the com ilnatlon to usnot to the CourierJournal r IItp I lwte aa a aaaa sa Uw 11h I OVERCOATS I I Wo hero long since learned lint its better for our customers I 1 nut Letter for us not to carry goods from ono season to anoth I er mid so wo shall try at the end of each season to dispose our remnants tit n prito thAt you can allbrd to linndlo them t Vc do nut wnut to carry nit OVKRCOAT anti to do this orImake tlio following prices on Mentf Conic Ii All 82000 Gnats go lit v ii8ir CKV I JAll S17f 0 Coats go at i lf I All 81250 Coats gout A t ti All 81000 Coats gout rsA QIDUI 81000 Buys Coats go atye All STfiO Boys Coats go nt I All 8500 Hoys Coats go ntunu a I N nOQIAll 8100 Boys Coats go nt I All 8X50 Boys Coats go 111 All S 300 Boys Coats go nt 22iINearly every Coat in thebouse iftFRKSH SWKLL I ISTFO J MCROIIERTSHKENTUCKY L1 s t I iIn PARK HAIR BALSAM I th lute lrvmmIatar nnrth I Nine Fads to Btoro any Slue to J youthfulColor tue ndlllii l A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Oflico over McRobcrtu Drug Store in the OW81eylluilt1ingI For Sale Privately i My house and 10 acre of land situated nit outside of town llmlu on the Somerset pike Rouse has 7 rooms kitchen and set rants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant in the yard and one for stock J P BAILEY Jesse W Sweeney rnorniKTOii Livery Feed and Solo Stable Lancaster Ky horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable ra- tesINSURANCE Fire Lightning WlndNtonn Ufa and Accident None the HTKONGKHT anti KAT Com n 11 ItvprisenUil LowestJPos slblo lUites Uunranltvtl ss Paying OrdjUnequulUtl Talk wlth MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No St MEW LIVERY IrenIBUBSE k CLABESOK JUNCTION CITV KY firstClass Turnout at Reasonable Dates Special Attention to Traveling Mon Orate and Hay For Skin A Special Bargain One hundred nmlMityiiero fnrm about mll Nortwist of Good two atory llrooiuilillln n Kplfmlldiii hurll ono of the best watered farms In the county nil iircfusitry oiitbulldlnt Hpluiulld orchiinl suerss In bluocriiss never Ixtii plowed The whole furni luyii well and their Is no wustu land on It Five mlhi trout Oanvlllo unit in n snlumlld coniniunlty This Is n hllrgllln untl the pines must hll sold wlthlllI- IIlt next indnya IJO IOClllt Jlo con IK 01 farm iosscssioriKlvtinitonci For iirtlcularsMiIJUUUIVliltuorI II thistles Htunford Ky INSURANCEYour lire sure to die See and tnlk with It M Nowland who will show you the policy best adapted to your ago null circa instnnces Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid nnnimlly or defer rOIl R M NKWIAND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 18- 40Dai1Txa lor DUL1IR ilHIskn Brandy Wines Beer Cigars Etc Oarpsnlsr Olosn to DpotSTANFORD KY rProIDptan4 llts attention Nothlnt U Ids bss orders rsalvsto drink pboss ealecrpl irompUtttnuoo r t CARE FORYOUR TEETH No part of the anatomy to well repays one for rare ae the teeth Proper care and proper 110 of the teeth will save untold doctors Mid dcntin bill You will tint the Largest selection of Good Tooth Brushes at Pennys And nil the utiwdard Tooth cleansing Prepara tions at PcnnyV Tooth pick both wood mid quill nt Penny And dont omit peroxide of hydrogen nail liiterine from your tooth toilet shelf A little of either occasionally keep the breath and mouth sweet It pays to rise a toothbrush three times daily Ak your dcntfct Sec our toothhrutih wind- owPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky LJUSTREGEIVEDILarge 4 Ranges Call and See Themr1 GEORGE FARRIS N Stanford Kentucky t TO CLOSE OUT JACKETS that were 8950 nowt850ot II tt 050and 8750 now J550 tt U ttno1v 2CO It U U 00 now un2ooMISSES LONG CLOAKS that were 700 now a60 II II d It a 3 i5 8 land ItiOlow 200 II II u 250 now 1CO Having rondo up our mind these goods must bo closedat once Wo inako prices to move them regardless of what they cost j W E Perkins c yam 4p tYr Crab Orchard Kentucky I J r T iTI VERY SPECIAL iioiir HO inch full Linen Linvn ut LTtc Alto the HO inch heavy t LujcijSulting nt iflc Wo liougliCjiuiintitics of thpc to pct thejiiclicap It rnye to put year work on linen fiSEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY TV STAJJFOUD KY Frii 13 1900 te RUSSIAN Corn Cure removes corns In four days lOc Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MR J R BUSH of Lexington was hero Friday and Saturday MI33 SUE ROUT of Lexington spent several days with her parents here DooiiKKKiKii JOt EMHRY made his regular visit to his family hero Sunday r MB JOHN A McKoiiEUTS L N agent nt Livingston was hero Friday ATTORNEY JOHN W BnOWN was a passenger on Fridays Southbound train Mi s JoamiiNK SANDIDGE of the West End is with Miss Ophelia Chan cellor i Mn S M ALLEN of Millersburg has joined his wife at Mr E P Woods MKGKORGK BitADLEYwho has been with n big shoo firm in Cincinnati is clerking for MM W S Jones MESSRS D F IXHIAN and George McRoberU of Danville were among tho court day visitors yesterday DR J C BARKER and J P Goode were hero yesterday from Hustonvillo and left a Rood order for job work Mm Mary Franklin ono of the most r known women In Anderson coon 11d aged 62 and ROCHESTER spent several leino rtinnoy where he assisted In the bank at that place NyrulEATO 1 has arrived from to make hot homo Stnuthter Mrs Co R Cole beenItWI paper changed to Junction dial ro ho LI now located wo 1 TERIIUNE came up from w dsvillo and spent Sunday with e who was visiting relatives They returned home Monday iws comes from Cclina Tex that oy has arrived at tho homo of Mr d MM Joseph Mvrphy formerly of tls county Tho mother was Miss tella Hill daughter of Sheriff T J MR ARCH McRonERTS of Bozeman Montana is visiting his brothers and other relatives here Mr McRobcrta left hero 31 years ago and this is his first visit to the scenes of his boyhood days MR R G COLLIBU un old Johnny v Rebel of Lincoln coutny ns clover a fellowman as ever fed on bluegrass has removed to Somerset and located on Bourne avenue Ills son In law V Morgan Boone and son Tom Collier will reside with him Somerset Jour nalMiss LINA KENNEDY entertained with a box party at tho opera house Tuesday evening complimentary to her charming guest Miss Sarah Baujjhman of Stanford Miss Grace Grinstcad who has boon employed as saleslady in tho Bybee Dry Goods Companys store for some time has returned to Ver sailles She has made many friends during her stay in this city and wo giveI v her up with much regretS mersetI Mountaineer LOCALS TOBACCO cotton 2Jc nt L M Huey Cos CLOVER timothy andall sends at low prices T D Newland JUST received 2 carsof American fencing George III Farris SEE our line of granite ware which is guaranteed for 10 years George II Farris ALL kinds of plants lettuce rod dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard t BRING your prescriptions to Dr W l N Craig for low prices best ser vice FOR SALE Farm wagon harness plowscutting box corn sheller AiI G Huffman JUST In big lot of cannel coal which I am selling nt ICJc per bushel W S 1Wigham Moreland 1 Go to Wilkinsons to get your clothes cleaned and repaired A skilled Cincinnati workman is The storeroom on Lan RENTFQR caster just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office who can feed a A GOOD job prJnter can a position by cylinder application at thfs offic FOR RENT Richard Hampton prop erty on Logan Avenue For particulars sea Mrs Hampton or call phone 83 CAR load of LaPorto buggies surrics and runabouts just received Call in and ace them before you buy E T Pence FOR SALE on RENTDr J K Vat ArsdaloVrcfildcnco Possession giver at onco Apply to 1 It Hughes Stan toni Ky THE cheapest line of white ware over brought to town cups and saucers going at 25c per set and balance in proportion George II Farris no TIIJ Ladles Aid Society of the Chris tian church will meet Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock with Mrs W G Withers on Danvillo street rWANTED Bright honest young man from Stanford to prepare for paying position In Government Mall Service Box One Cedar Rapids la RESTAURANT barber shop and resl denco in Junction City all well located for sale Write J Newton Craig Junction City Ky IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concen trated Crab Orchard Water for sale by W B McRoberts G I Penny and W N Craig It will do the work MR JERRY BKISCOE for many years a successful farmer of the West End has become a merchant Ho has bought out Vaught Coffcys storo at Mil ledgevillo and is already an expert at selling groceries dry goods etc Tile postoffice at ytlo bo dis continued tomorrow 14th People in that vicinity will have their mall delivered by R F D No 2 when they get their boxes up Until they do however they will have to como to Stanford A cow weighing 3450 pounds was on exhibition hero yesterday and her owners did a land ofce business charg ing an admission cf 10 cents into the tent It is said she consumes C7 pounds or food per day A PETITION was tiled yesterday in the county court by the citizens of Crab Orchard requesting that tribunal to have an order mado calling for an election for tho establishment of a graded school in the Crab Orchard district The cause was continued until the next regular term With tins exception nothing was done in the county court SOME 30 or more young people metal Mr John N Menefcos Friday night and organized the Young Peoples Social Club Manley Huey was chosen president Miss Jennie Lynn vicepresi dent Miss Clara Cooper secretary and Mr Robert T Bruce treasurer The club expects to give a number of hops and during the remainder of the winterrIPATTON Mr G II Patton died at his home at Crab Orchard Sunday evening at 7 oclock after n short illnes of n complication of troubles lie was born in Ireland but came to this country many years ago and located in Gorrard county where he lived until his removal to Crab Orchard some years since Mr Patton served as postmaster at his late home for two terms and had not long been out of olllco About four months ago he lost his wife and never seemed to rally from her death He was an Odd Fellow in high standing and at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon the remains were laid to rest in the Crab Orchard come cry with tho honors of that good order yIMu J F ALLEN of Cincinnati was hero yesterday soliciting stock in tho reposed railroad to bo knownas thojStanford and Scottavillo railroad was reasonably successful If proper inducements aro made the headquarters for this road will be located here which would be of inesti mable value to tho town and community Mr Allen speaks very favorably about orating headquarters at Stanford ands sanguine of tho success of the proposed enterprise He left last night for Cincinnati but will be back in 10 days whop every inducement possible should be offered to make this place the roads terminal If we can gctthis road Stanford will become ono of the best in the State and wo should by no moans let this opper tunity pass us by I DONT ENVY YOUR NEIGHBOR If she in a beautiful figure You can have n good figure too if you wear the American Lady Corset This very popular corset for swell dressers is more sought after than ever Wo have them in the new shapes viz The Girdle Short Corset Long Fel low and Ex tong Let us show you 81 to SlIoI SON 1J A AcY has succeeded J H Boom as liveryman In the Menefee stable on Depot street MOST of the delinquent list sold by ExSherilT Uaughman yesterday was bought in by the State and county A him crowd attended court yesterday and business in all lines was good Stock trading was brisker than for severa courts TilE residence occupied by Mr I M Bruce was bought yesterday by Post master J C Florence for 1505 Mr Bruces East Main Street property went to W II Denham for 213050 MRs ANN UOSLEY the aged mother of Mrs Smith Yowell of Hustonvillc fell at the Tatters home yesterday afternoon and sustained n serious fray ture of the hip As Mrs Bosley is 80 years of age tho chances for her re covery arc very slight DWELLING BURNED Mr James N Cashs residence burned about 2oclock Saturday morning with considerable of its contents ItJ not known how the fire originated but it was first dill covered in the kitchen The loss is about 1500 with no insurance AN immense crowd attended the sale of J11 Boones livery outfit Saturday and reasonably fair prices were realized Horses brought from 40 to 100 buggies 20 to W and drummers wagons 50 to 75 Three livery firms from Somerset were represented It is with general regret that the people here give up Mr Boone and his excellent family Fon SALE About II acres of land one mile from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster pike A good dwelling well and all necessary outbuildings Place is right on pike This is a good home and a cheap place The owner of this property lives at Henderson Ky and has made up his mind to sell It can be bought at a bargain Forprice etc see or write I R Hughes Stanford Ky FOR SALE My residencestore and farm at Quail Ky seven miles south west of Brodhead Ky Residence has five rooms and hall and all necessary outbuildings Store has a small stock of drugs and groceries and postoffice connected with daily mail There is n splendid two room tenement house on farm conveniently located Farm consists of 75 acres Fifteen acres in woodland and sixty acres in high state 9f cultivation all under fence My farm is one of tho best improved in the county situated in n good neighbor hood whithin 200 yards of saw and grist mill one half mile of schoolhouse one mile from Providence church This place would be an admirable lo cation for a doctor or any one wishing to engage in the mercantile business For terms address D E Proctor M D Quail Ky 3t PIIOK J W IRELAND and his teachers went in a body to Danville Friday to attend tho Tri principals meeting Prof Grinstead and his efficient corps of teachers were at their best and made the meeting a most delightful one Each teacher spent some time in the grade in which she is most interested and to say that this exchange of ideas is beneficial hardly expresses It At 21 oclock the visitors and pupils conducted to tho chapel when Prof Ire sUbIjeclthat was highly pleasing to his hearers This is the last meeting of tho season but it is to be hoped the good work will bo taken up next year and go on indef initely MATRIMONIAL Lee H Whitcaker aged 17 and LizI USIjof Ohio is ill at his mothers residence in Washington but it is stated that his illness is not regarded as serious The marriage of Mr Robert C White to Miss Catherine Frances Horton last Saturday afternoon at Lancaster was the culmination of a long and happy courtship The ceremony uniting their destinies was performed by the brides brother Rev B C Horton of Mil lersburg in the presence of only a few intimate friends On account of a recent death in the brides family they preferred to be married very quietly and but few know of their intention Of the bride too much good can not be said For several years she was employed in this office and we came to know her well and favorably Of a gentle disposition modest and refined she will make the man who has won her an ideal wife The groom is a so ber industrious and substantial business man and will no doubt prove wor thy to be the hu band of so deserving a young woman The writer shall al ways feel a kindly interest in Miss Collie and trusts for her and hers a happy voyage throughout lifes journey After a week in the South Mr and Mrs White will return to their home in this county where the best wishes of their friends will ever attend them J L Beazlcy sold two horses yesterday one for 300 and the other for 175 J C Bailey sold n brown gelding here yesterday at a fancy figure FOR SALE Fnnnoftwacrtigoalblue gnu and to dhasl iicrcn of lifinp on It this year the iMilmiCH In Krill Knrin ono lollo- lronlllustomtllelundndlolns plkoj house of room kltfhvn Nick porch and cistern nrnr kUclirn lint new Imrnmxtfrrt For toniu M ly to J MuIIAIUlUK HuDtoiivllle Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why hey rendymmli clothing whirr there 10 llttli dlner nee In tho prut of high grade riiiilymiido suits and u stilt iniiclu to jour iiiiiinurvment taken by un rxporliMinwl tailor I have a handsome hue or Full and priceLuOnesulltotheovercont trousers and fancy vest Tho company I rvprvtont Uone of the lKt Ita KUPLtiY tho T llor To Poultry Raisers I I will hllw furuiliMii thxntnvtuof Stan ford on county court day Feb Hun a nlie putletshook order for eggs from my tens of Black IwinKihanit Hllvcr Iacti wymulottrx and Itiirrinl Plymouth locks at IMr of Ioultryhuslneaorecnnllollytnvitedto look at my dlnVrcnt of tint stock No Ixttcr In the Htatr Eggs delvend free of charge to Htanford IjiiiciuUr or rah Orch nrd Mall order solicited and ulwn prompt attention Sirs W P White Fair View Poultry Kami rrnuliorsvllli Ky PUBLIC SALE 1T iON NiKTTA STOCK KAKM Your miles from IVinrlllo on the HarroiU burg pintWKDNKHPAY KKIMtUAKY lltti followingThirteenImp llunkln Tinny and O W Johnson Jersey tows with young alveo li Iolliil 1quadsbI Work Mule extra goal putt 112 Work Milieu 0 yearn old flyrarold Jen illighKooilone 1xlm goal large lloll r2 Kami Wacom 2 May hakes d Tiger i hero new IlautcrirtlllzerIh1ooaierUrlllfcrtlllzcr largelllnckmithFnrlnlug ingde11itats or oIrIJlllolIIn gall rcpnlr Also small lot house hold Furniture Htovenetc Dinner Hervcd Knough for All Thoroughbred Horses told at I oclock or the first thine nftr dill ner A K 1IIINMKV T U Kngllnh Auctioneer loridaNew Orleans Cuba reached in comfort via QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE AND SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special la Scnlct Jascsrjr Sib IM6 ScUd Pullmln Train XTO CICINWATI ojarLSXIHOTON MO 14OAIdAlnlexfcoimu and Si Auinmtno via CtatU nootii and Atlanta Florida Limited Sold Train- S CINniNN ATI LEXINdTON 1003 AAM DANVHL1I 1aO A an Coachm Pullman ami IJInlnit can for Jikronvtllc- l AiurusilDpHtirmpnrt and New Jrlorn via Chattanooga Atlinta and Illrmlnglum Queen Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati I xInEton Eon to w Orleans via Chiitano wa and Hlrralnsham use throueli Pullman Hcrrlro In Jrknonvlll via Ailicvllle and Kavnnnah and Ctiarlraton Winter tourist tlckfu now on sale at reduced rates For Information apply Chat W Zen D P A Cincinnati H c Klni to P t T Lulalfon Kf UKBZTT r KISUBKOII 1Mrl rN11lKciKKATI V f 1 NEW GOODS Gilt Belts- Overlace for waists White Mohair for Skirt White Wool Serge for Skirts White Mercerized Material for Waists NM171Nr NMI IwI4 V 1 r 1 i OBryan Bros Railroad- OveraIIsthelBesti ofiThem All a New Stock Just Re= ceived 1 i account of the recent fire at 1On we have been unable to theImany calls for these mu Overalls but now i are well supplied and can furnish weisizesDBuy OBryans RIR are the Best IiThey i i CUMMINS 1 I McCLARY i t s + Sit + III II I IIIIIIItllltllllllllllllllllllllt r We Have a e LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ShirtCi WaistMaterials x For Spring consisting of SOISETTES BATISTES I PIQUES t 1 and LINEN iInall colors at 25c per yard Also new line ofiRibbons Belts Neckwear Sidei and Back Combs h iCulland inspect our lino of Spring Goods t taken at highest market price tinexchange for goods+ L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Five and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 111111111IIIIllllt lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 414 Ld 7 v J VERY SPECIAL Iii oIi Jll inch full Linen Larva tit Ufic Alio tlio no inch heavy 1Jaucu Suiting nt 2pc Wo bou ht inmntitica of these to get tlicni heap It pays to put yhnr work on linen a f t t 1 1Ti y RUSSIAN Corn Cure removes corns In four tla IOc Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS tM MR J It BUSH of Lexington was hero Friday nnd Saturday MiSs SUE tOUT of Lexington upon 1 several days with her parents here DoonKEEiKK JoE KiiiuiY made hi regular visit to his family hero Sunday MR JOIN A MCROMERTS L N agent at Livingston was hero Friday ATTORNEY JOHN W BROWN was a passenger on Fridays Southbouni train Miqs JOSEPHINE SANDIOGB of tb- Wet End is with Miss Chan cellorIMR S Mr ALLEN of Millersburg has joined his wlfo at Mr E P Woods MRGEORGK IJRADtEYwho has been with n big shoo firm in Cincinnati Is clerking for Mrs W S Jones Misses D F LOGAN and Georgi McRoberts of Danville were among tho court day visitors yesterday GoodDwere hero yesterday from Hustonvillo and left a stood order for job work Mm Mary Franklin ono of the most V women In Anderson coun amid l aged 62IROCHESTER spent eevoraI- C fcl Kinnoy where ho nsslsted ctat4fn the bank at that placeI F t EATON has arrived from mC town N YM to make heThoml with her daughter Mrs II R man MR J 1 UAIIKY who has bee connected Jwlth the Q C nt Danville orders his paper changed to Junction City Whuro ho Is now located MR It 1 TERHUNE came up from Uradfonlavlllo nnd spent Sunday with his wife who was visiting relatives k hero They returned homo Monday NEWS comes from Celina Tex that a boy has arrived at the homo of Mr 17 and Mrs Joseph Murphy formerly of this county Tho mother was Miss t Stella lilli daughter ot Sheriff T J ARCH McRouEivrs of Bozeman Montana is visiting his brothers and other relatives here Mr Mcltoberta left hero 31 years ago nnd this Is his first visit to tho scenes of his boyhood days Mil R G CoUJER an old Johnny Rebel of Lincoln coutny as clover n fellowman ns ever fed on bluegrass has removed to Somerset and located on Hourno venue Ills eon inlate Morgan Boone and son Tom Collier will reside with him Somerset Jour nal Mss LINA KENNEDY entertained with a box party nt tho opera house Tuesday evening complimentary to her charming guest Miss Sarah Baujhman of Stanford Miss Grace Grinstcad who has boon employed ns saleslady in tho Uybco Dry Goods Companys store for some time has returned to Ver sallies She has rondo many friends during her stay in this and we give her up with much regretSomerset Mountaineer LOCALS TORACCO cotton 2c at L M Hucy Gos CLOVER timothynd ellfield seeds at low prices T D Newland JosT received 2carsof American fencing George IL Farris SEE our line or granite ware which is guaranteed for 10 years George II Farris ALl kinds of plants lettuce rad dishes etc for sale Ed lIubbardI BRING your prescriptions to Dr Wj N Craig for low prices best ser vice- FOR 8ALKFnrm wagon harness ilows cutting box corn shelter A e G Huffman JUST Inblg lot of cnnnel coal which I am selling at IClc per bushel W S Wlghnm Moreland I 1 Go to WHkinsons to get your clothes cleaned and A skilled Cincinnati workman Is In charge LanFqRcastor Apply atthis aofficeSingleton prJnter who can feed a A GOOD job a position by meddlatoruppillcation at this offlc crty on Logan Avenue For pnrtlcu tars see Mrs Hampton or call phone 83 CAR load of LnPorto buggies surrica and runabouts just received Call i and see them before you buy E T Pence FOR SAU on RENTDr J K Van givesn once ford Ky Till cheapest ofwhite ware ever brought to town cups and saucer going at 25c per set and balance it proportion George II Farris uTlfp Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will meet Saturday after noon at 2 oclock with Mrs W G Withers on Danville street WANTED Bright honest young man from Stanford to prepare for paying position in Government Moll Service Box One Cedar Rapids In RESTAURANT barber shop and res donee in Junction City all well located for sale Write J Newton Craig Junction City Ky IP you want to rid yourself of thai tired feeling try Whites Concentrated Crab Orchard Water for sale bj W B McRoberts G I Penny and W N Craig It will do the work MR JERRY BRISCOE for many years a successful farmer of the West End has become u merchant He has out Vuught ColTcys store at Mil nnt selling etc TilE amtIytw will bo discontinued tomorrow 14th People in that vicinity will have their mall livered by R F D No 2 when the get their boxes up Until they however they will have to rome Stanford A cow weighing 3450 pounds was on exhibition hero yesterday and her owners did n landoffice business charg ing an admission of 10 cents into the tent It is said she consumes 67 pounds of food perdaya A PETITION was filed yesterday In the county court by tho citizens of Crab Orchard requesting that tribunal to have an order made calling for an election for the establishment of n graded school in the Crab Orchard district The cause was continued until tho next regular term With this exception nothing was done in the county court SOME 30 or more young people met at Mr John N Mcnefces Friday night and organized tho Young Peoples Social Club Mnnley Huey was chosen president Miss Jennie Lynn vice presl dent Miss Clara Cooper secretary and Mr Robert T Bruce treasurer The club expects to give n number of hops and parties during the remainder of the winterr PATTON Gill Potion aged 81 died at his homo at Crab Orchard Suns day evening at 7 oclock utter n short illncs of a complication of troubles He was born in Ireland but came to this country many years ago and lo cated in Garrard county where ho lived until his removed to Crab Orchard some years since Mr Patton served as postmaster at his late home for two terms and hud not long been out of office About four months ago he lost his wife and never seemed to rally from her death Ho was an Odd Fellow in high standing and at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon the remains were laid to rest in the Crab Orchard ceme with the honors of that good onlerI5 MR J F AILEN of Cincinnat i was hero yesterday soliciting stock in the proposed railroad to bo known ns the Stanford and Scottsvillo railroad and was reasonably successful If the proper Inducements are made the headquarters for this road will be located hero which would be of Inesti mable value to thq town and community Mr Allen speaks very favorably about locating headquarters nt Stanford and Is sanguine of tho success of the proposed enterprise Hu left last night for Cincinnati but will be back in 10 days when every Inducement possible should be offered to make this place roads terminal If we can getthis road Stanford will become one of the best business places in the State and wo should by no means let this opportunity pass us by I 1ti k L i 1 DONT ENVY YOUR NEIGH = BOIL t If she is a beautiful figure Ylnll have a good figure too if you wear the American Lady Corset This very popular corset for swell dressers is more sought after than over We have them in the now shapes viz The Girdles Short Corset Long Fellow and Ex Long Let us show you 81 to 810I ns Depot street MOST of the delinquent list sold by ExShoriir Haughman yesterday wan bought in by tho State and county A ma crowd attended court ycstcnlaj and business in all lines was good Stock trading was brisker than for several courts TUB residence endMr L M Bruce was taught yesterday by Postmaster J C Florence for 1505 Mr Brucoii East Main Street property went to W K Denham for 3213060 MRS ANN BOSLEY tho aged mother Jof Mrs Smith Yowell of Hustonvillc fell at the latters home yesterday afternoon and sustained a serious frac ture of the hip As Mrs Bosley is 80 years of age tho chances for her recovery arc very slight DWELLING BURNED Mr James N Cashs residence burned about 2oclock Saturday morning with considerable of its contents It Js not known how the fire originated but It was first dis covered In tho kitchen the loss is about 1600 with no insurance AN immense crd attended the sal of J IL Boones livery outfit Saturdaj and reasonably fair prices were realized Horses brought from 10 to 100 buggies 20 to ro and drummers wagons 50 to 75 Three livery firms from Somerset were represented It is with general regret that the people- t here give up Mr Boone and his ex repent family Foil SALEAbout4lacres of band- one mile from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster pike A good dwelling well- and nil necessary outbuildings Place is right on pike This is a good homo thisycantbo bought at a bargain see or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky Pen SALE residencestore and farm at Quail Ky seven miles south west of Brodhcad Ky Residence has five rooms and hall and all necessary outbuildings Store has a small stock of drugs and groceries and postoffice connected with dally mail There is a splendid two room tenement house pn farm conveniently located Farm consists of 75 acres Fifteen acres in woodland nnd sixty acres in high state of cultivation all under fence My farm is one of tho best improved in the county situated in a good neighbor hood whithin 200 yards of saw and grist mill one half mile of school house one mile from Providence church This placo would be an admirable location for a doctor or any one wishing to engage in the mercantile business For terms address D E Proctor M D Quail Ky 3t PROP J W IRELANO and his teach ers went in a body to Danville Friday to attend tho Triprincipals meeting Prof Grinstcad and his eflicicnt corps of teachers were at their best and made the meeting a most delightful onel Each teacher spent some time in tho grade in which nhe is most Interestedi and to say that this exchange 21oclocktheconducted to the chapel when Prof Ire and gave an excellent talk Ibis sub ject was Viciousness Vagrancy and Venality and ho handled it Inn manner that was highly pleasing to his hearers This is the last meeting of the season but it is to be hoped the good work will bo taken im next year and go on indef IIIltelyIILee H Whiteaker aged 17 und Ilz1 21 and A J Parker 6Iand Jane Martin 16 were married Laurel countyIRepresentative Nicholas Longworth of Ohio is ill at his mothers residence in Washington but It is stated that his illness la not regarded as serious The marriage of Mr Robert C White to Miss Catherine Frances Horton lost Saturday afternoon at Lancaster was tho culmination of a long and happy courtship The ceremony uniting their destinies was performed by the brides brother Rev B C Horton of Mil lersburg in the presence of only n few intimate friends On account of a recent death In the brides family they preferred to be married very quietly and but few knew of their intention Of the bride too much good can not be h know her well and favorably Of a gentle disposition modest and refined she will make tho man who has won her an ideal wife The groom Is a sober industrious and substantial busi worryoung woman The writer shall al ways feel a kindly interest in Miss and trusts for her and hers a happy voyage throughout lifes jour ney After a week in the South Mr and Mrs White will return to their home in this county where the best wishes of their friends will ever attend them J L Bcazlcy sold two horses yesterday one for 300 and the other for 175 J C Bailey sold n brown gelding here yesterday at a fancy figure FOR SALE Hiirm of Miicrif good blue grass wed to biicro mod hits acre of lirnip on It this year the Imlmtcu In KIIIM Knnn ono auto from Iliutonvlllf liiiul iitljolim pike house of room kitchen bock porch anti cistern ncnr kitchen Him new burn i2x8Ywt For UTIIU ripply to JIIMoIIAUnUKHustoitvllle Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy rfiulymncli1 clothing when there In so IIh ctlllrivnci In the price of high gntdenaulytnndcualanoditstill Hindu to exlwrenceillnllorr prlcubuslaessovercoats troiiners null fancy vents Thu company I rvpivnnt Inoue of the Lest U 0 HUlL Y thu Tailor ITo Poultry Raisers I HIIIIIIlot or Itlack Uiim liuiiKCAck reU nod pul let fnim print winning stock Will uIolook orders for esg from atv Hni ol Black Uingdiniius Hllvir Lace Wyundottcx and llarml riyinouth llockmit II per setting of lautlryhudltesuncordially look at my different twit or line Mock Ho IKHIT In the Htnte tKIIII lellveml tjvo of chprgo to Htunford Jinemter or Until Urch tint Mitlltirdir mllclted and iMwn prompt intention Mm W White Knlr View Poultry Fur Fnhscherst Ky PUBLIC SALE ATMONNIKTTA TOCK HAKM Four mlhH from Dnnrlllu on the horrors burg plUiWKDXKHDAY KKHKUAItY 11th foltowlugtThirhenImp Itunklu Tunny and t1 W Johnson 10 Jerseytowewith youiiit tulvis ii rolled AIIKUH teurn wvlRlit from rvototI Pound a lied Ierk hlro Hon will pig In Ainrch 16Work3lulcaVyettrsold 0et1 extra gad 1CI Fondly Horse o Hug KtiKHurrev ItiicUlxmrilj Tobacco Iress Knotonui Itxtrn good large Kolli r8 Farm WHVIOIU r Play IliiUex tl Tiger 2 hone new SIU4 r Ilowsiind narrow nw torn Ilunter fertlllier lllooalor Drill firtllUcr OtiltlratorH t Tortahle rtrgv Inrge lllnckmnllh Anvil I large ItlnckMiilth Vise Kumtlng ImplfliiipntR of tv rv description mill In Rood reuilr Also intuit lot House hold Furniture Htovenetc IMnuiT H rvcd Knough for All Thoroughbred Horses soul at I ohXk or the first thing nfter din ner A HIlMiIKY T n KnRllh ili tloneir loridaNew Cuba readied in comfort via WEB URESEDII ROUTE AND SOUTHERN Rv THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special Ia Scntce Jaocjry lib int Solid Pullman Trtln- ijt vo CINCINNATI 933 PM LWCIHOTON JlrtO 111 JANVIMH 124O J IlL Dining and Observation ears fur Jick BWTJ mi fit Awutllna vU CbatU and Atlanta Florida Limited Sold Train- LeayoCINCINNATI 830 A It 1033 A M DANVILLl Ikea A U flay Coschra Iullman Klrcfete ot fr vttlonand Ulnlwt Can fur Jirkwinvlllo Bt Aturusllntbrrtand New Oilcan vU CbattAnoou At unto and Inning ham Queen Crescent Special BolM train Cincinnati Lexington Em vlllo to New Urlnni via Chaitano ra and lllrmlnsham aim throueli Iullmnn rvlre to Jackvinvlllr via Aibevlllo and Harnnnah and Charleston Wlntrr tourist ticket now at reduced rates For gpapl Chat W Zen D P Cincinnati n c slag t P aT LCllllOa C1RBETT RIRII11tOI lJrnI ilrcilfluTta NEW GOODS Gilt Belts- Ovcrluce for waists White Mohair for Skirts White Wool Serge for Skirts White Mercerized Material for Waists i OBryan Bros Railroa- dOverallstheBest I a r of Them All i New Stock Just Re= ceived I I account of the recent fire at the iOn we have been unable to supimany calls for these much Overalls but now are well supplied and can furnish weisizesoBuy OBryans RRe1Rr lYea att P + rGauwThey are the Best i i iJt s ++ Jot r 11111 I I ++++ 44IW-et Have a i 3 LARGE ASSORTMENT OF- f I Iii 31st ateno S + j For Spring consistingof SOISETTES BATISTES iPIQUES II 7 NiIn all colors nt 2fic per yard Also now line of Ribbons Belts Neckwear Side and Back Combs I I Call and inspect our line of Spring Goods Eggs taken at highest market price f in exchange for goods+ L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Five and Ten Cent Ware j Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY j 111111111111111 It II I iittt II II 111I111I11It a The Interior Journal I Entered in the PoutOffice at Stanford at ttcondclatt mattrr FVntAHllKO TUBHUAYM At AND 1HIOWH 100 PER YEAR CASH When not 10 paid JSOO will be charged E D Peyton DKALEll IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford erJ H IOONE I COs Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv ReasonableGood Livery Service Rater Call on ui on Depot Street Alto Dealers In Ooal BD CARTER Successor to Bruce tit Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFoRD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patrJooge is solicited Horse handled on commission tock Pens In Connection RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBIlITY phydca6medalgertonal rrugnettn We tries type of rrfecr uiai den40pmntanilmakllronII IlInr NmCutena Pr lrtln elprsneaa and Otbor troublMdu to oroI rooklngdniK tiablu and others oaee rich bnltby blood and repairs waetd nerves women Imgktet free hit tlOiabox ale tor oolOlpaldlth a narantra to rrfnnd sr Dot cured or twoaled rerren MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u A KW BATS AT PENNYS DRUG STOOL Je l Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiugsRugs They t will exchange Furniture for all Rinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right 1 1STANFPD KENTUCKY p tCeaTr Undertaker Embalmer ani Dealer in UnrnessSsddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY o ace Phone 107 Home Ihooe 35 THE LIVER QUARANTINE TAKINO IIIS MEALS OCT Hurried eating has ntined mnny a mans stomach The digestiondestroying process is gradualoften at first But it a short time until the liver balks the dllestiveorgans give way and almost assail the man who endeavors to economize time at the ex of his health IA torpid liver causes a quarantine of the system It germs and body poisons and affords them some serious illness JIn familieswhere August 1loweris used sluggish liver and un mown so are all stomachailments as dyspepsia heartburn itbeadaches and y altec t lions No well regulated family should remedyTwo druggists For Sale at Pennys Drug Store c FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE300 shocks of fodder R E Gaines Walnut flat T B Hammonds sold ycstcaday 17 steers at 3Jc M K Wilson sold to W B Burton a combined horse for 150 Senator Joseph W Bailey of Texas has purchased another farm in Fayette KENT Twentyfive acres of hemp land for 1006 See C C Carter Stanford 4t A few choice young shorthorn bulls and heifers for sale A W Carpenter Moreland FOR SALE Seven coming three and fouryearold mules Clay Floyd Hus tonville KySFOR SALE shocks 250 fodder Good place to feed it Givens Carter Moreland Ky Henry Fields sold to different parties a bunch of heifers at 3c a horse for 150 and a mule for 95 J C Pepples Preachersville wants to buy some 100pound hogs He has 700 shocks of fodder for sale FOR SALETwo extra good fresh milkcows one a thoroughbred short horn W C Shanks Stanford Ten horses sold at L B Givens stable at 85 to 135 9 mules at 115 to 150 The demand for all kinds of stork is better than for several months pastHarrodsburg Herald COURT DAYAbout cattle were on the market here yesterday and 250 of them sold at 26 to dec Business theIthroughout Best Physic iThe want a physic that Is mild easy to take and pleasant In effect take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Prko 25 cents Every box warranted Get free sam ple at Dr W X Craigs the popular druggist at Stanford Ky and try them Iw II Southall will probably be a for railroad commissioner in the First district subject to the action of the democratic party Defies Time the most beautiful women In lOne defies the ravages of time by keeping her blood purified with Dr CaldroUs laxative Syrup Pepsin It will do tho same for you If taken at the least sign of bowel liver or stomach trouble it will grovent all kinds of sickness keep your circulation clear and your skin and complexion as fresh and pure as in childhood Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvllle at SOc and 81 Money back If it fails Four persons were killed in an accident on the Southern railway at Greens boro N C All the victims were trainmen no passengers being in jured Lame Back This ailment is usually catfsod by houinatism of tho muscles crud may secured by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm two or three times a day and rubbing tho parts vigorously at each application If this does not af ford relief bind on a pieco of Hanoi slightly dampened with Pain Balm and quick relief is almost sure to follow POI sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stanford Ky Bunkie Richardson a Negro charged with criminal assault and murder was taken from jail and lynched at Gads den Al- aPirating FOleHoney and Tar Foley 1 Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity ol Foleys buoy anti Tar many imitations are altered for the genuine These worthless Imitations have similar sounding names lewure ofthem The genuine Foleys Honey anti Tar Is in a yellow package Ask for It and refuse any substitute It the best remedy for coughs and Pennys Drug Store At Rockdale Tex W S Poole was hot and killed by W J Harris They were night watchmen and the tragedy- is said to have been due to jealousy- W E Cox seems to have a majority over W T Zenor for Congressman in Southern Indiana and it is claimed he will receive the nomination yA Habit to Be Encouraged- The mother who hits acquired the habit of keeping on hand a bottle Of liamberlains Cough ISemedy saves herself u great amount of uneasiness anti anxiety Coughs colds anti croup to which children nee susceptible arc quickly cured by its use It counter nets any tendency of a cold to result lac pneumonia and if given as soon as the first systems of croup appear 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 the popular druggist at Stanford Ky A Womans Martyrdom Is too often her own fault simply because she wont take sulllctent trou bio to try a medicine that so many tliousuiftis of women enthusiastically recommend viz Dr Caldwolla lax ative Syrup This bland soothing curative medicine regulates disordered functions of stomach live bowels etc anti soot restores sick women to perfect health Try It Sold by G L Penny Stanford und C W Adams Hustonville at GOo and 81 Money back If it falls Daniel J Hagerty committed suicid- in Louisville within a few hours after attending mass He played on th plano for a few moments then blew out his braius with a revolver Andrew Carnegie has given 1250 to the 22nd and Walnut Street Baptist church Louisville for tho purchase of an organ on condition that a similar amount be raised by the church For Biliousness and Sick headache Take Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup It sweetens the stomach aids digestion and acts as a gentle stimulant on theI liver and the bowels without Irritating these organs Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures biliousness and habitual constipation Does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasan tto take Remember tho name OniNO and refuse to accept any substitute Pennys Drug Store Central Kentucky Real Estate Exdidiiiie TITLE CO No Tiro houses and lots illuated In Crab Urcnaid with six and one balf acre ot land tached lloth are frame collages one consisting of i and lb other ol 3 rooms titaM two good prlDg etc The buildings are new and the fencing li ordlcarj Two goal gardens sail bye acre la pasture Will nil seth pile separately or a a whole Pile on the projtrtj at a whole IISOuJ I8IA farm of acres one and one hslf mils n rib ot HuitonTllleOD the Ihinillle pike Two itoijr fume dwelling seven room veranda hall etc Floe young orcnard bearing all kinds ol liult well watered never falling ipring etc AU building soil fnvee are in gout repair Tot farm Utltuatedin the bat section of Lincoln conntj aidlianldfal home Ice huuw burn titd nil other ntcctnirr outbuilding 1ricelll 1313 acrci ofland In the town Volta of IIedbuilding room hall veranda back torch rum mar kttchtn and good collar Uood barn and all other ntteuarr outbuilding Including crib rraoery etc All In good repair Icnclog In Ont else tnler all wire fet ce Tbli Is a braulllul place a desirable home dote to town and will sell cheap ano on eaiy term Ko ltoA farm of acre mill beyond Mo Kinney lays welt Improved and u right on pike Ho stuck tarn box stall ibid on do side and dtlve way Incenttr 2 other barn and 2 tenant houses 5 room Wick reelduce and kitchen and all other nerotary out bulldlogi tlullclngi and fencing In good recur place well watered cluern at bun and house pond springs ec About acres In Brae i anti the rut In cul tlTatlon Price I9tOO00 Vo IMIOO acre farm bout mite this side of Hhilby room cotta e 2 iwrcbti No good cellar under Ibe kitchen loud bun of stalls crib etc Building am la good rtpalr and the fencing ire modcriu Two springs and good pond on About 43 arcs In timothy and clover mt in woodland Price JODW No IrGAzro acre farm lying on Dlxriver near Crab Orchard About Tuanea In culilnllon and U clo pasture rest In good limber About 75 bf fruit trio on the t story 6 rom dwelling Ordlnty labl8 and crib a my goal tenant bount The building are In vela loud ihape but thelrnn are not Tae Ut U watered by Anerer fjlllof iprlnsi This is a good stock larm and U offered at a bargain 1rlre only 12 100 No lilt Cottage lu Lac outer font front and 3V feet All newnry uutlulidings UPIbarn Everything Ii new and In good shape Cot tal coLtilni ruunii hall reraiida tart porch and baiutnt Close to acnool chirchei air Price IBWWW No is170 acre farm near lluitou HU Good dwelling and barn a good portion of IhiL plue could be Bald for town lots It U well waternlatd the fencing and building ate In good condltl m This li one of the best lanni In th county The oil Ii rich and will produce hemp etc Price 113000 No 4Twoitory Iriiue dwelling room hall and veranda Good gtrden fencing and bouie In good repair For mix or rent lilc reatonable No llouw and dro acres or Und In JlcKIn ney Ntcruury outbuilding Fencing good and well watered Will sell this plice ou easy terms No 7379 acres of good land tit rooms ITS story dwelling welt watered good enclng Ii the suburbs of the city ol Stanfunt else to Mradrd chool and ciurche This iideunble beowI lrlce reasonable No 578 room frame rottge and one acre 0I land In Ky Large barn iuuVe home ilc All buildings and fencing In good repair Irlce 1100 Vo OToo acrtaof land two dory front tage oven rooini hall etc HobM h new a good jrJvn aud tpleudld orchard ot K acrra iracne- kraaltwontblesfbuggy house Ilu01e house etc li alai a goo mill the place a It oSacecrushrr la lalll It li tun by nat ural which Ii a great economy and the dim 10jlOgurllrontlnz street 30 leet Irma hotel up stain ullIlefordw log nice cottagee nicely rurnlihed eachAlarge 200feetandlaa no cbnre for one to make money oprleior has refused to rent property fur tM par mouth Ou account of III beli hof his wife 001 canon for wiling proprietor desires to exchang- for farm In Llom n county No 75A small rum of75 acres of good land ocated clow to town Price82 250 No tt roooo acres of cotton ln1n MI lstlpp There Is no section of country which offer to many for profitible Inveslmrnl as the MKsIt UelU which U now hay described as Pros reIIalle The timber ishcoming morevalu able all the time for the reason that lumber people from the North where the supply of timber li fist Imlnlihlnc are constantly Increasing their puI 11mIbers IIIcrelives ayleld whlchcannot be excelled taxes are low the title Is perfect and the man who bus Delta farm anJ limber lands at present prices Is making an In vestment that he will never regret This land Is dl vlJPa Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract to 7000 acres tothetracl and prices from8 per acre to Si6 per acre according to location etc We are authorized by the company who owns these lands to state that as other parties are considering the purchase of these lands that we offer these tracts sub eel to prior sale withdrawal from market or change n price wlthont notice However when notified they will hold any tract out of market long enough for the purchaser to make an Investigation About 1000 acres of this land has been wild by the ComI since we received this option For further par Rums call at our office Alii a barrel mill In Mercer county on Salt River Steam power new up odate in every particular uno good dwell log with ImproTernenU nd20acics ot fine 1fttl close to Southern railroad Price f0 000 No 20167 acre ol land of room good hall and i porches loud barn and other necenary outbuilding Fencing and building In good repair Ire well watered a iplndld well at house etc Land It all level and produce well Young apple and pvieh orchard la abaut 8 Irom town Pile No IJA 410 acre farm In the Wayniibuii section about 2S ullta Iron 2 rill toad lUtloni close to Post unlce ilorai churrhei etc Lays between Munlv roads Rural Foe Ktllverj Route by plice rurrooDi log hour a rplcndU hasS4x16 leet boxing and has two good iho s U watered with nernr falling iprlngi anti a run nlcg branch through the p ace has good f nc log and outbuildings Price l Ttrmioiiy No 20V100 acre farm situated ou thb Wijnii mrg and Sit Vernon road chat t tulles ntof Wavneeburg lias a 8room cottage etc This loeloo a gentleman In Calllurnli and hi will tell li cheap aud ou easy Itriui 0I1J6O acres 34 mill iron Junction City 2 itorr 8 room frame dwelling good barn albs make house etc All In good repair Including tulnvaeA Irpe srtor2fu0 llii grape sold In etaQstock well barn ec Nice No 227 About acres of land mile from Crab Urchtrk on Lancsaltr Ikl A good dwell lug wall and all neceeiary lIlLIIlo Place ll nghtonplke Thus lac goal home and a cheap place owner of thli propirtj ll ti at lieuder ion Kyandhuqudeu has mind lo sell this plate nivMlng mineral water right on place It can be bought at a bargain bee in lor a price No 2 0A rum of 211 icrti A bandiome mode rtoltiotj brick mldtnce nicely furnished and tip to due In every particular More room on place well located cents well Tide pro clcy dlo MOoal In a good ooinmuotty and U one ot tnenlceat places In county Urge barn the plan b well watered and pay well nut a on It Th reli only about 20 acfes In ulllrUo sod rat In grts Plenl offrulL tree if This la an Weal born aid a splendid farm Price real usable No 231iIocr of land 2 dwelling of room each large tobacco barn Ih21cet long next lo the lithero la Lincoln county 2 small stock barns This property lay i between 2 good rood ard2 leading turnpike All the butldlogi and fencing are In good repair Place Is well watered by good crooks etc 8plendM tol acco land and whl raise1l barrel of corn to the acre This plittiaakca the owner from tu 20 Per cent on tlsone of If not the tyeapswI rlccnof land In Lincoln county if you are look tog for a bargain this U your chance Ice cheap No 2000 acres of land In Casey county on Liberty and Columbia roads TIe houses and lotion place U ildenc room story UK weatbertioirded flood taro About 8W acre In cultivation llulldlngs In modern shape sad fencing good hood timber Well at bone e dogs all over place and 2 creeks running through It Will sell Inn place at a whole for now on eaiy terms or will divide plict U sell purchasers No l15A nice little 5 icons collate All netlary outbuildings anti a good tunica About tulle fromSlantord 1hlisacheap plice Price JOW nib Ne 21791 acre linn In tulle ol Phil story u loom dwelling don house smoke house well house crib tic All the building and fencing are la fair IUon loud apple orchard about urea In cultivation nil In timber Watered by a never falling well and waters or South Fork lke 12200 No 2llOue vacant lot Junction City at Soutbejit turner of Luctis and Iroftoo streets fronting N feet on Irofion street sad running utbonLucuutreetlrlfoor rite Inn cash No KHoiiieaudloton logan ilret In Sun ford iood garden eta Everything Is good pair Price I1WO ISo 223SU I room cottagoand acre of land located about I mile Irom Shelby Clly Thi house alone coat We will sell ibis place for f ML NO USA Lice lame store room and dwelling above roniliilncof several nicely robbed rooms rood biro and lot aid all nervs sty bUlbulldlnm Tbla property la to good repair situated on Mitn street In Stan rd tight In the bustte portion of town This property will be sold of i liar iln and Iaplendldopprlunilyto wwe one desiring In golnbuilnm Fir the store and dwelling Wing COlUMned will be agreat saving in rent etc No 80 i acres of laud near Crab Orchard cheap No IISA farm of 4H aim illuate lastmlles from Stanford aul t tulles from rbOrebard on the waters of ruder Creek Tovplnel rut In aUiui U grids and ean hebdlttd About J5n cm Is In cultivation timber suBlclenttokeep up plan Vneandon h 1f story frame dwelling uf room halls nrcbeete Two tf1 Ire douses Urns graiury corn crib etc liar li well water ed two good rlilems ai the door running itream tniougn farm All ncejil barn feacleg fair lslccetSpwraere Trims CUT No A term oflOO urn deal I wild from Stanford lays lIudell watered A good JP lion ot the faun la blue lira a A ramfortable dwelling and a large bam This proiwrty lion a splendid pike clOM to sehoh etc IH pr Ot A fnrmof nlKxit IMneieeonon of the btal in the county A hiindioine two story mine IellloIIIDd ore lIb lnucs und best terns In the count This pine li well wnundlind evftythlvc about II ItHudilt frnc leg Is la ipleodld In n goof community close toichoolanndnioutr nunulea drive iron Slnclotd This u very desirable tome 1rlre 7 No 010 acrtt ofland two lory Imutrotaie 7loowshalls eh house new a goo l garden and splendid orchard of one aud on half sirefencing good twj stables inggy hour swike house etc A good well on plin There ii also a good lalll on the place a gal rusher In will ii sun by natural owrr which Ii great economy anti bedim ialniplrndld repair This properly tltutrd in one of the twit farming lifeirkli 0 the county daub uiilr front alaoford there li il watt a ready sale bur the Hour and Hieal ai sun aground We will sell title pfw for 2100 It li a bargain Ue UnMiugalou could nut be pat up for this money No SFlfly acres near Pleaunt Point Ky Pram noose S rooms and parch Barn and ether outbuilding Sacrtaln cultlvatlvn ml In ber Well watered yards from pmlorBoKbuol and church Uys well on pile and In good com uunliy Price M50 No 230 aelll aria tulle of Crab Orchard Ky llrlck dwelling 8 ruoius tao tenant house two Infill well sod spring near dwelling farm In high state of cultivation 150 arm river bottom land good fencing fruit etc Prlref 1000 auitrn No fA nice farm at IllchUnd welllmrrsl eJ wcllwatere4cc Irke 500 vtroaanteofland on Jamestown road south of Dunnvllle zoo acres In cultlvatkin roul acres timber and rest in grass A Urge new tame dwell Ing also an old dwelling on place A new tarn and two old ones It Is well watered and the fencing Is good On public rood Price yaoo- uNobl9Oseraflandonewile Iron Somerset Kyrul In seven Debit acres In culllta lion 40 acres In pasture 1oa1Jln Umber Dwell Ingrontalniaeven euary outbuildings Frneeancbulklingslnplen dpi repair Well watered Price No 2IO0 acres of land In Fun Ku stn miles from railroad and miles row 4rianui river seventy acres of land Ii rlvsr bottom Ii Bntclasi land and lu grass This land Is for isle exchange No Il9I00arrpfarm aijul l wiles from town lays iplendlJIy mostly In ciiltlvnilon well writer rd etc rating of lour rnnnjp large ton Proirrly well fenced etc Prlro fiQ Par Here 325 acres lu Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about 50 acres culJvated about 125 lu tlmtHr und gras i ar4 about 150 In grass Timber on place U nut to IlncheM but will make barrel timber tilling and cord wood enough to pay for Llio jdaco twice over A pert U fence ed There sin four dwellings 4 rooms eaCh arid one cairn uf twoDtorlri with rooms above has wells and prlngn of water It in 2 miles of county seat wad crow tobacco corn wheat grass etc for f2200 Onehulf sh countyIybuilt S years ago Stennl tend water power uPIDeal bolt The engine la of 7 yearn runt H icres with the mill Including what Is the house of 6 rooms All for 14230 or 85r100 for the mill and II acres One hurt cash Una flue trade No milt In 10 iilluii No 12Seven room dwelling good cellar arm land ever filling well and spring FenelngI and condition Cueap plan close to townWillnit a small fatally No 7CCO acres of land near Junction Clly cul In seven geld 25 acres In In grass a nice orchard and one of thelist grape liar bon In Kentucky Prty sold 2600 pound of grlI1 year Wllwlered and fencing good Close to and churches A twostory six room frame dwelling good bro etc all In good repair U No 69 Iwo stor- to frame dwelling of six rooms iwoballi vtranda well at dour and all other leresiary oulbtilldlngi AltO large blackinillli hoGOs30 odebedl full length of shop and 10 feel wide This property will bt soldat a very low price Central Kentucky Real Kitate tt TltleCo Stanford Ky FEBRUARY Clearance Sale I V Mens 15 Suits cut to 1048 Mens 12 50 Suits and Overcoats cut to 848 Mens 10 Suits and Overcoats cut to 748 Mens 750 Suits and Overcoats cut to 448 Allf our Youths and Boys Suits and Overcoats go accordingly Boys Knee Pants that sold J at 50c cut to 40c We have a complete lineIof Shoes Dry Goods and Ladies and Gents Furnishings We invite you to come and seer the Bargains we have for you before you buy y elsewhereSAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY 4 n up Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentuckyt Only Daily and Weekly Ihlblishc l itt the Capital Mini the 11111OIlC that ever took the AellOCiattnl jtreM lfciorts has recently been enlarged ami greatly improve H mnke u of LOCAL NKVS including that f of the Court of Appeal State Flcal Court Tho Jedernl Court It it es pecially valuable to Ixnvyera Subjcriplion yearly 1 Semi remittance to WeP WALTON PROP Frankfort Kentucky T Che Lincoln County national BaL Of Stanford KcntucRy CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January J 1906 21600000 w4 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 II Owlnav Stanford S H BIUNKH Stanford o w OAKTKH Turmrtv W II CIUMIKH IreacheMvllle U U Ooocii Waynetburjr W II TKtTinn OlloerU Greek H L UDIIIUK tftaeaster W O WALKKII BUrrr J It Fo Trit Stanford W II BIUXKH Stanford J IL IAXTHX Stanford V n MctfuIly solicit th nerouiits of ImllvUtunM Kir ins mill r rK mtlon Hunk i lliiiikvr nlul ere priimml ro furnUli nil dcpHltor such nrvomimxlntloii ni ciinluiit wins snfr iHinkliiK Moilirii Hnfp vlsalt Iowa in our vault fur u v r our ttlatOltlers First NationalStontoiil Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 This Institution was established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In list then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford in 115 and again roorfanlied at the First National Balk of Stanford In 1882 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence fur O years It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting outlines promptly and well than ever before In Its Tong honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cot porations Solicited Officers 1 J 8 HOOKER Press 8T HAIUIU V Irit J J McliOllKHTH Obr W11WKAILRNAaslChrJ Directors f Ueld Danville B T Harris Stanford J S Hooker tan fold K l Tanner McKInney U Elmoro Stanford 8 II Il nghmin Stanford T Stanford Jaallobinaon Rubble I II llaughmanr Stanford J M Ioltui Stanford O R Tate Stanford YOUR 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