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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXiIiSTANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10 1906NO101 J =Reginald C Vanderbilt has construct ed at his Sandy Point Firmnear Newport the most magnificent for tho training and development of show horses in tho country The building Is 233x134 and Is 63 feet high Tho main hoar has 32 box stalls a training 80x100 feet a coachroom 67x81 a ringj tholloungingfitted with every luxury that refined taato can suggest The lounging room is more palatial in its equipments then anything of the kind heretofore seen in X the East It is finished in richly polish S c l chestnut and ita walls lire adorned with the many ribbons that thq high steppers from this establishment have magnificentplant ago when Mr and Mrs Vanderbilt gave u dinner to 25 invited guests in the lounging room A feature of the din ner was the favor which each guest re celved consisting of a horse beautifully wrought in spun sugar With the com pletion of this establishment and the additions which Mr Vanderbilt is constantly making to his stable of high das performers it is very evident that ho intends to bo a more prominent fac tor in future how rings than ho has been in tho past Now and Then Some thorough amlcaruful physician invents in his practice some special medicine that proven so universally Nucccssful whenever prescrllted that ho proceeds to place it before tho pub lie to be reached by tho newspagwrs- 19ds Is tho history of Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pcp II For years prescribed by DruCf B Caldwell for constipation and all disorders of liver stomach end bowels it was at lust manufactured on a largo rule and b now the most sumwsful mld Iclno in the world for thcxe discuses A pure ftclcntlllo tonic laxative I syrup pleasant to take nail jwrfivt In result Try It Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams IIitHton vlllc at SOc and tyl Money back if it fails What is probably tho most valuable diadem in existence is tho gift of the women of Spain to Our Lady del Pilar whoso shrine is situated near Saragos lilt Thu diadem is an imperial crown surrounded by n Gothic wreath It is composed of solid tOld but such is tho number of precious stones that hardly a square inch of gold is visible There are 6000 largo diamonds of which tho finest is the gift of the Queen mother and 3000 smaller ones Tho remaining atones are emeralds sapphires rubles pearls turquoises opals topazes and nmctliysU Pirating Foloys Honoy and Tar Foley A Co Chicago originated i Honey and Tar an a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys hooey und Tar many imitations arc offered for the genuine These worthless im z itations have similar sounding name Itewaro of them Tho genuine 1oloys 1 Honey and Tar Is In n yellow package Ask for it und refuse any substitute It is the bust remedy fur coughs and colds Pennys Drug Store Mymy dear II said the muddled citizen sure you I wouldnt been slate but n footpad stopped met II And you were scared your tongue clovo to the roof of your mouth II Howd you know that t I smell the clo1 I hiladclhiat Public Ledger TwiceTold Tales 1 Some tales never lose in the tolling t and till hue of good that Dr Cald laxative Syrup Pepsin will and Allies do to nil poor I1Yllpcptlc bilious foil 1Trtrs Is one of them It positively relieves and cures all forms of Indigestion starts up tho languid liver regulates the constipated bowels ands restores the entire system to a perfect rendition of health Try It Sold by O L Vcnny Stanford and C W Adams Hu tonvil1o at GOe and t Money buck If It fails i New York hopes to be the reatest11 city in tho world about 1920 missioner with a taste for estimates that in 1920 if the rate obi served in the census periods of recent years be followed New York will have 9848000 Inhabitants and London only 8940000 What is that whichworks when it plays and plays when it works 7 A fountain Why is a street car a safe place in a thunderstorm 7 Because It has a con ductoraWhich is the greatest riddle in the world 7 Life because wo must all give it up r Why is an egg overdone like an egg underdone 1 Because it is hardly done l WAYNESBURG W T Rico sold a homo to L G Gooch for 125 Mrs Logan Reynolds is very low and not expected to live Rev U It Noelour pastor from Stanford filled his appointment hero Saturday and Sunday It D Padgett is agent for Harry Ja cobs dealer in granite and marble mon uments und tombstones Cyrus Johnson and sister have re turned from a visit to Mr and Mrs Fred Gooch at McKinney M S Matthews better known as Slick II makes us a fine station agent Sometime in the near future we are to havo a section house hero and will also enlarge the depot Mrs M II Baker has returned from a visit to her daughter at South Fork Ed Spelglo and W E Cook of Bucy rus Ohio are in our vicinity for a few months recreation- A J McKenzie sold his property and has gone to Oklahoma George Mc Mullin and CatlllloC Eubanks have gone to Ltndon Ind to make their future home H Gurkcy of Somerset was in our midst buying produce Arthur Caldwell has moved into tho house vacated by Stella II Williams Wayncsburg has three general stores a drug store and furniture produce es tablishment postofflce one rural route with prospects for more as boxes are being put up for another route A Ma sonic and Maccabco hall aro also things of which wo boost as are good churches school buildings etc Tho merchants hero will buy timber in quantities from a wagon spoko up to a carload of saw logs and will pay cash or trade The produce firm will buy your stuff from a pint of chestnuts to a carload of chickens eggs potatoes or anything you have in tho produce lino und will pay you the cash folds the Cause of Many Serious Diseases 1hysloluns who have gained a nut tonal reputation ax analysts of the enlist of various diseases claim that If catching cold could IM avoided a long list of dangerous ailments would never iwr heard of Every one knows that pneumonia und consumption orig inate front a cold and chronic catarrh bronchitis und all throat and lung trouble are aggravated and rendered more serious by ouch fresh attack Donut risk your life or lake chnnc when you have n cold Chamberlains Cough Ilomody will euro it Iwforc these diseases develop Thin remedy eon talus no opium morphine or other harmful drug and has thirty years of reputation buck of it gained by Its cures under every condition For sale by Dr WV Craig the popular druggist at Stanford Ky These fellows who lire eating brain food in the hope of finding brains lire too late It is better to ben man with a hoe than a rake Never undervalue yourself tho world will do that for you It Is within the scope of any mans fancy to bo as big an ass as he pleases No permanent good comes out of any public movement that is inspired by malice American Magazine A Womans Martyrdom Is too often her own fault simply because she wont take sulllclent trou ble to try n medicine that HO ninny thousands of women enthusiastically recommend vU Dr CuldwoUit lax ative Syrup Pepsin Tills bland soothing curative medlclnn regulator disordered functions of stomach liver bowels etc and soon restores sick women to perfect health Try it Sold by 0 L Penny Stanford anti C W Adams HuHtonvillo at oOo and 81 Money back If It falls extfarHaving announced a re cent discussion an old colored brother said My attention has been drowed ter de fact dot8omo scoundul has gone n put a alligator in do pulpit right Un der my two foots but long ez be dar I gwlnc lot him stay twel after do benediction fcr I notice tint des like do res cr you tnllin no count sinners ho done made up his mind ter take it easy en sleep through ale sermon Atlanta Constitution A Card Tills Is to certify that till druggists are authorized to remind your money If Foleys Honey timid Tar fails to euro your cough or cold It stops tho cough heals tho lungs und prevents serious resultH from a cold Cures la grippe cough and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine Is In u yellow package Hefuso substitutes Pennys Drug Store Alice told me she beginning to study painting She needs to Her complexion was perfectly startling todayJudge NEWS NOTES Capt Sam W Moore aged 85 is dead at Grccnsburg Conductor W D Brown of Louis ville was killed in a freight collision at Deputy Ind Four lives were lost in a fire which destroyed saloon and lodging house in Portland Ore- Willliam Newberry a farmer living near Hawosvillc suicided by shooting himself through tho heart At Whcatcorft Abe Wallace aged 19 shot and killed his 15yearold wife and then committed suicido by shoot ingIt is reported that the Louisville and Nashville railroad will soon put four motor cars in operation between Paris and Lexington Mnj John W Thomas president of tho N C and St L railroad and for many years identified with railway terests in the South died at Nashville Tho last rites of the Roman Catholic church were administered to John A McCall former president of the New York Life Insurance Co whose condi tion is extremely critical Some logs a door shutter and clap boards from the cabin where Lincoln was born have been purchasedand will be used in restoring the early homo of the martyred President Plans are being made by the Louis ville Commercial Club to beautify Lou isville by planting vines flowers and shrubbery in vacant lots and unused portions of factory sites Alleys also will be decorated Mrs Frank Springer and little Ada Sherley were attacked by a Negro at different times in South Louisville but escaped from his clutches without the accomplishment of his purpose Mrs Springer was beaten about the face After taking the testimony of two witnesses nt Des Moines Ia Attorney General Hadlcy of Missouri declared ho had made out a case against the Standard Oil Company and expected to companyIJ E Carniuhael of Stepstone Bath county claims that his family is the heaviest in average of any family in the State There are nino members of his family four of them not halt grown yet they have n total weight of 1652 pounds or n trifle less than 181 pounds for each person Rounding a sharp curve near Latonia passenger trian No9 southbound on tho L N collided head on with north bound passenger train No8 Two trainmen were killed four trainmen were injured two of whom propably susIblnedNashIvillecommodate the throngs that gathered to attend tho funeral of the late John W Thomas president of the N C and St L railway At the funeral hour 2 oclock the entire machinery of tho railroad was stopped for fivo minutes A nest of 42 rattle snakes was found by Isaac Welborn a farmer of the Munfordsvillc section our months the family had been annoyed bn peculiar sound apparently emanating from the fireplace Mrs Welborn Is of nervous temperament and was much disturbed by tho suggestions of the neighbors that the house was haunted Four indictments wero returned by the Shelby county grand jury against 1 Boyd Hancock the missing cashier of tho Bank of Waddy which went into liquidation three weeks ago The in dictments charge him with knowingly re ceiving deposits niter the bank was in solvent A warrant for the arrest of Hancock has been in tho hands of local officers for two weeks but he has not been located A Habit to Be Encouraged The mother who hits acquired the habit of keeping on hand u bottlo of Chamberlains Cough Remedy saves herself u great amount of uneasiness and anxiety Coughs colds und croup to which children are susceptible are quickly cured by Its use It counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pnouuionlu und if given us soon as the llrst systems of croup appear it will prevent tho attack This remedy contains nothing injurious und moth ers give It to little ones with n feeling of perfect security Sold by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stanford ICy CORNS CuiiEi Corn Exit will posi lively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns 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 Now postofllco building for Central City a cold storage plant another rail road and a flouring mill too 4atI IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John C Boner aged 81 is dead in- the Bryantsvillo section Two houses at Middlcaboro belonging to F D Hart and one belonging to James Smith were destroyed by fire W H Walker a prominent citizen aged 81 and who had been in the mercantile business for 40 years is dead at R McDowell of Danville is serving as special judge at London in some cases in which tho regular judge is interestedMary twoyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Lay who live near Perry ville burned to death Her clothes caught from an open grate A mass meeting was held at London whichresulted in organizing a perma nent society in Laurel county to be known as tho AntiSaloon League The wholesale house of Dabney Co at Middlcsboro was robbed and the safe blown open Little money but quite an amount in bonds and checks obtainedThe receipts of the Monticello and Burnsida Turnpike Co for 1905 were 1285392 After declaring div idend of 4 per cent the remainder was spent in road improvements Arthur Vaught charged with detaining Jennie Baker in Pulaski and who was captured at Jefferson Barracks Mo was brought hack by R 0 Hughes deputy jailer and lodged in jail Mr Ward Tate a prominent citizen of tho Pisgah neighborhood passed away after some weeks of steady decline in health says the Somerset Jour nal Ho has a largo family connection and many friends to feel the loss ofa good man which loss is shared by the community generally The court of appeals affirmed the Laurel circuit court in the case of J T Williams Co vs S A Lovelace Tho court holds that the proper procedure has been taken in the sale of 6000 acres of land set aside by tho act of 1834 and subsequent legislation for the establishment of Laurel County Sem inary The fund is used connection with the common school fund HIGHLAND JohnBiistin has been on the sick list for a few days- J S Young bought a large black horso at Booncs sale Rev P H Ebright will preach at the Methodist church next Sunday Faulkner Bros and B D Hiatt are both running their saw mills regularly- J S Young is preparing to put up a lot of wire fence around his farm here cently bought of George Baugh Died on the 12th at his homconSouth Fork after an dines of pneumonia and other troubles J B Walls aged about 55 years His remains were laid away in tho Pleasant Point burying ground after funeral services by Rev G II Cannon The deceased leaves a wife daughter and two sons Miss Emma Meier has returned from Louisville Joe Baugh has gone toSom erset to work in a grocery store J M Bastin is in Pulaski prospecting Geo Walls has moved Rack to Highland G R Jeter of MidSleburg was hero last Saturday in the interest of the Monarch Book Co of Chicago Our postmaster has received notice from the postoflicc department that the star route service will be discontinued after the 28th aud that this office will be supplied by the Wuyncsburg rural carrier We suppose the editor will have to send out tho I Js by a special carrier or else the news will bcstalo by the time it reaches us in the roundabout way and which would be three days after publication For Biliousness and Sick Headache i ww Fake Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup It sweetens the stomach aids digestion und acts us a gentle stimulant on the liver und the bowels without Irritating these organs Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures biliousness and habitual constipation Does not nauseate or gripe uiul Is mild and pleasan tto take Hem Im bel the name OniNO and refuse to accept any substitute Pennys Drug Store- Senator McCreary has been honored by the vice president by being to read Washingtons farewell address to tho Senate on Washingtons birth day The custom of selecting a distin guished Senator for this honor is an old ono and Senator McCreary is receiving congratulations upon his selection The Best Physic When you want a physic that is mild and gentle easy to take and pleasant In effect take ChambCrlalnd Stomach and Liver l ablets Price 25 cents Every box warranted Got free san plo at Dr W N Craigs tho popular druggist ut Stanford Ky und try them What do liars do after death 7 Lie still Musical Merchandise BanjosClarionets t cordeons Concerlinas Harps Har monophones Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Mr J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky OLIVERYr CHILLED PLOWSi Have many Imitators but- T no equal W H H16 GINS HOUSEI LLPrepare for 1906 l COAL AND WOOD Whito Oik Cannel Eut rell1etHec1Jelticl- B G Jcllico Mountain Ash Jellico Barren Fork FEEDWheat Straw Millet Hay Millet Straw Timothy IIay Mixe Hay Corn Oats limn ShipstufT Big4 Mixed Barley BUST COW PEED ON TilE MARKET Big4 Mixed Feed Grouni Corn Oats Bran and Barley for Too per sack till Xmas We have i Crusher nod can grind anything in the feel line Give us your order GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY um arshaaeatoa awu hs II Cook Stove BargainII 1 SECONDHAND STEEL II OKDER ti cap largo oven high shelf k closet Will last us long us a new one three times the price 1200 Iarming thntI SEES H JLDRIDGErHE T1NNI2K PLUMBER PtMP AND FlHNACE MAN IPHONEJII6 DEPOT STREET STANFORDIS r S UB1Collars Hames Collar SPads 2 Backbands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets GrubJToolsc from George DII Hopper Stanfo h Ky Hardware Groceries Tinware Queensware Tiling Etc tstbT GOODS LOWEST PRICES u raw The Interior Journal E C WALTON STATISTICS show that Iowa farmer have substantially increased their corn production under the instruction of an expert agriculturicst whose traveling facilities have wisely been provided by the railroads and who has gone about the State giving lectures on the selection of seed the best fertilization and preparation of the soil and the most efficient culture Kentucky needs a similar service and if the General Assembly will provid for it and practical men who hay studied the questions to be discussed are chosen to instruct the farmers great good wilt result It will be money lost however to send out old hacks and politicians with axes to grind or theorists without ability to demonstrate the practicability of their theories Tile formal opening of the James town Exposition has been set for Apri 26 1907 instead of May 13 1907 as originally planned It was on April 26 1607 that the English settlers in the London company first debarked at Cape Henry Va and in the desire to fitting ly celebrate the 300dth anniversary of that event as well as the TriCenten nial of the settlement at Jamestown May 13 is found the reason for chang ing the date of the formal opening The celebration of the landing anniver sary May 13 will be made the occasion of a monster celebration which will be the great event of the exposition TilE W C T U is constantly put ting in where it has no business If asked Miss Alice Roosevelt not to have wine served at the wedding feast and now it is raising a row and a rumpus because the Ohio congressional delega c tion has presented Miss Roosevelt with a punch bowl The over zealous ladies ought to be taken one side and gently informed that people have been known to amass fortunes by attending to their Own business and letting other peoples alone A NEGRO who murdered white woman in New Jersey was given a sample of Jersey justice The deed was com mitted about two weeks ago He was arrested tried and sentenced to death all inside of a month The execution is to be on the 23rd just 30 days from the commission of the crime If justice were always that swift crime would decrease 10 fold The laws delay is a promoter of unlawful acts WILLIAM J BRYAN writing from Hong Kong sent his resignation as trustee of Illinois College and at length declared that he would not serve a school where the Board of Trustees was in favor of accepting funds from Carnegie or other trust magnates who k are attempting to subsidize the colleges of America to prevent the teaching of economic truth So important has become the contem plated insurance legislation before the General Assembly that there is talk of having a special session of the Legisla ture called to take suitable action Better shut up shop when the 60 days shall have ended Mr Legislator and go back to your constituency and receive whats coming to you condemnation or praise Tim Georgia drummers are getting fastidious They are asking the Legis lature to compel hotel keepers to change the bed linen before assigning a new ccguest to a room Why not also ask fort individual toothbrushes and clean tow els A few recommendations might be made concerning Mr B Bug also UP to January 1st the payments onI account of pensions by this govern ment were 320413025790 or more than half tho total cost of the civil war And the end is not yet THE House is getting a move on it self by holding two sessions a day The Senate evidently believes in making haste slowly and only holds one sessiona day f POLITICAL i Col I B Nail was given his seat inI the Lower House of the Legislature this ending the work in the Louisville contests The bill appropriating 35000 for the Western Insane Asylum of Kentucky 42 passed the House with only two dis senting votes A public meeting of the Democrats is to be held to protest against a 1change of Pendleton county to the Ninth Congressional district f Thomas H Collins the wellknown young attorney and present CityI Attorney has been appointed Master of Madison by Judge J M BentonIJudge William G Dearing was sworn in as Surveyor of tne Port of Louisville and Collector of Customs to succeed C M Barnett who held the position forI eight years By a vote of 21 to 8 tho State Sen 1atepassed the Newman State Fair Bill after ijo it as to leave the selection of a permanent site to the Agricultural Board The Senate passed the Ship Subsidy bill by a vote of 38 to27 Many amen ments were offered to the bill and de featcd Col I B Nail of Louisville is leading a fight against the passage of Hep resentativo Mulcahys bill which sceks to regulate the business of tobacco warehousesThe Senate amendment to the Hepburn Railroad Bill is not favo ably considered by Democrats the contention being that if tho amendment is adopted it practically leaves the law as it is now Representative Hopkins of Kc n tucky introduced in the House all immigration bill which he believes would bar thousands of undesirable foreigners seeking admission into tho United States- Abraham Lincolns birthday unnivei sary was observed by the General Assembly with a joint session at which tributes were paid by Chief Justice Hobson of the court of appeals and Lieut Gov Thorne The House at Washington passed the Fortifications bill exactly as it came from the committee It carries a total of 4383993 and 600000 of this amount is to divided between the Phil- Ippines and Hawaii Senator Jack Chinn enters an emphatic denial of the story printed In Eastern papers to the effect that he played poker with Buffalo Bill and an unnamedarmy officer Col Chinn does not know the game Representative James of the First district introduced a bill in the Hous of Congress authorizing the Cairo and Tennessee railroad to build a bridg over the Tennessee river between Bran dons Mills Ky and Birmingham Ky The special investigating committee appointed by the trustees of the New York Life Insurance Company recommends that suits be filed to recover from officers and trustees the amount contributed to Republican campaigi fundsWhen asked about the race for Congress in the Fourth Congressional district T Scott Mnycs of Springfield says he has no idea of quitting the race and has pledge of support from all over the district and says that ho will win the nomination Applauded and voted for by Republicans and Democrats alike the bill by Mr Lamb of Virginia to allow all captured Southern battle flags not al ready returned to their regiments to be surrendered to the Southern histories and Literary Society at Richmond passed the House In tho House at Washington the Adams Bill providing for the establishment of the whipping post for wife beaters in the district of Columbia wa laidon the table by a vote of 155 to60 The bill was the subject of ridicul from a number of speakers among them Mr Stanley of Kentucky Chairman Mott Ayres of the demo cratic committee of the First Congres sional district has issued a call for a meeting of the committee to be held March 15 next at Paducah The pur pose of the meeting is to select the time and manner of making the party nomination for Congress in the district Under a goodroads bill introduced by Representative Richardson Kentucky will get 300000 from the Fedora Government to aid in building good roads The bill proposes that in road improvement each State contribute one half the expenses and the United States half The amount in various States varies according to population After an exciting debate in the HOUSE sf the General Assembly during which election conditions in Louisville were Utterly assailed by Representative Zeb A Stewart of Calloway county and is vigorously defended by Represents live Drewry Representative Taggart rpublican of Muhlenberg county was unseated end Dr T J Slaton demo rat was given the seat Here and There Jack Spalding died after a short IIII ncas of pneumonia at his home near Springfield When a prisoner attempts to escape rom the Daviess county workhouse he wears a ball and chain to his leg there aCter until his term expires Luther Hendricks a McCracken county Negro got drunk and became entangled in a wire fence and before he could extricate himself was frozen to II Nicholls the daugh tel of exGov Francis Nicholls of Louisiana was appointed the sponsor of the United Confederate Veterans at the reunion which U to be held at New Orleans in April Mrs Carrie Nation appeared ntallot Springs Ark saloon began lecturing the crowd when she was ejected and lodged in jail charged with disturbing the peace Later she was released in order to fulfill her lecture engagement Rev U G Sutherlin the New Alba y minister now under indictment for the murder of his wife was arrested Wednesday night on a paternity warrant sworn out by Anna A Moore a domestic formerly employed in his house John Graves who was forced to the editorship of the Atlanta News because of differences with the business office will reenter tho news field as one of the editors of pccrrtteb known as The Evening J I t Springs one of the most pop IEstill resorts in the State was public auction and bought by W R Thomas the wellknown lumberman of Ford Ho paid 18000 for tho property Mr Thomas who has mar aged the springs for the last 10 years will probably convert tho place into a summer home Jailer C T Wilson W ll White filed suit in tho Montgomery Circuit Court against C W Harris Mayor of Mt Sterling for 1000 damages for false arrest The Mayor sworo out a warrant for Wilsons arrest for firing a pistol in the city limits Wilson was acquitted claiming accident and the suit is tho result The students of Kentucky University by vote expressed their preference for the two Kcntuskians most deserving of places in the halt of Fame in Washing ton Out of a total of 343 votes Hear Clay received 151 Abraham Lincoln 101 Jefferson Davis 27 Daniel Boom 23 George Rogers Clark 12 Thoma Marshall and John C Brcckinridge six each William Goebel four Dr Eph ruim McDowell three and Richard II Menefee One MATRIMONIAL At Barnwell 0 Joseph Williams aged 70 was married to Miss Lull Hays 23 Miss Emma Tuttle of Madison and James I Bailey of Lexington drove to Lancaster accompanied by two friends and were married Elder F M Tinder the Christian minister per forming the ceremony Men Past Sixty in Danger More than half mankind over slit years of ago suffer from kidney am bladder disorders usually cnlargcmcn of postntc gland This is both paints and dangerous and Foley Kldnc Cure shpuld be taken at the first sign of danger as it corrects Irregulurltlci and has cured many old men of this disease Mr llodncy Burnett llocl Port Mo writes I suffered with enlarged prostrate gland and ktdnej trouble for years and after taking two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure I fee better than I have for twenty years although I am now 91 years old Pen nys Drug Store- S a a FOR RENTThe storeroom on Lan caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office OFFICE OP GAHLAND SINGLETON Supt Schools of Lincoln Co January 15 1000 Whites Concentrated Water Co flab Orchard Ky Gentlemen I have been a sutler er from acute indigestion and consti patios for years After having tried various remedies and receiving no relief I decided to try your Crul Orchard Concentrated Water After using mine for two months 1cal truthfully say that I fuel better that I have for years I want to say that it is the greatest remedy out for in digestion constipation and other like diseases I cheerfully recommend this water to nil sufferers Kespectfully GA LAXI SIVOLLTOX For solo ball 1rug- gissPOSTED We whose names appear billow strlctlj turbid hunting IIIhl g or any kind of trel issMng on our places and will prosecute loluion to the full extent of the law tin Kato Ador llelchenbich Urii Fred VouOruenlgao Albert VonOruenlgan Vital VonAllman Fred llautnnnn All red Simpson George Holmes Miss Mttttlo U Howes K Uclclmnbach Oharle Uummlot Jam Ilallou A 0 Dunn S Ilolmca W E Amon W U Uauguerty M J Hoffman M U Flmora Peter W Tarter J Noyln Darter J E Bruce W V buomaker Thomas Ferrlll Orcen Kcrrlll F J Conn John II Oumeultch Saw TrowbrIdge A D toot Charles Ensslln Frank Iordler Mrs M Ilaydtn Welch Peter Ilalmer John Meier Samuel Ltndjey Jacob Oucder Mrs Alice Ljtle David Stephens Mary llollmann L P Nunnelley J N Ilaughman Cnrlitann Qrajson J O Carpenter jACob jiHSweln Sam Dame- ronHENRY VA TIERS ONS PAPER Weekly CourierJournalAND The Interior Journal DOTH ONI YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tbe United StuttH have not beard of tbe Oourler Journal Democratic In all things fair In all thing clean In all ilngs It U essentially a family jiaper Dy a special arrangement we are enabled to fer the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for the corn nation to usnot to the CourierJournal J i awl 1 Another Cut In Prices I I IIIOur very liberal reduction in the price of Overcoats nitulo them move 0 I 1UolledI without the felt sum An nil Rubber Arctic from 8175 to 8140 FhoM Cloth Arctic from 8125 to 81 Royal Silk Plush Underwear 8110 to 81 Wrights Wool Pieced from 81 to 7fia All 50o goods go at 35e A lot of 25c Metis Shirts nod drawers to close at 15c lens and Boys 25a Caps with Iear warmers for loo I No Trash AII New Goods See ThemI I I ISTANFORD MCROBERTS KENTUCKY I L I I ti PAI1KE S HAIR BALSAM CTMBM ml taufr tha framUM tntiUnl balrI Untt F 1U to Hlr to Youthful Punruh tiltiiif I A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office overMcRobcrte Drug Store in the Owsley Building For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land sltuatci Just ouulde of town limits on the Bomene pike louse has 7 rooms kitchen and ser rants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant the yard and one for stock J P BAILEY Jesse W Sweeney rnoPHirroH Livery Toed and Solo Stable Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up 10 data rige at roaeonitble rates INSURANCE Fire Lightning Wlnd torm IIfe And Accident Nuau ut the HTKONOKHT and iti Hr IG preeentecl LowtIol iiblo ltats HmrniiUHd oi Iuylngltro ordUn iunlkd Tulle with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ikildoncu Phone No W NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBSE 4 CLA2SSOM Inn IVNCTION CITY KY riritOlaas Turnouts at Rfasonable Kite Special Attention to Traveling ID- Oraln sad Hay For Sale A Special Bargain One hundred and alxty nom farm nlxiut 0 nibs Nortwrst of tun lord Uou tworlory 12roomdwulllMKn npltiKlUI stock lmrnont of the iKst watered farms In the county all iitti ary outbulldliiK Hplundltl orchard 4increi In hliuipriiii tinviT liotii plowed Thu whole woll mid there U no wnstn land on It KIvn nillin frqiu Iliiivlllc and In n Nulumllil l cuiniiiiinlty This It n Itorgnln nnd uiunt bu sold within tint next days I std locust pods cAn liKottcnodof fitrin IanMMluiiKlvuiiiit onoi Jiiinon I Wliltu or Ij ilugitesHtnnrord1 y INSURANCEYour are sure to die Sec and talk with It M Ncwlaud who will show you the policy be adapted to your age and circumstance Claims paid promptly Dividends paid annually or defer red It M NKWUVND Agent Mutual Life Inaunince Co of N Y Organized 184I1 DaJl Tray lor DIALKH IN Whlsktt Brandu Wines Beer Giflars Etc Oarptntsr 01010 to near Ue ID DpotSTANFORD KYI HOSiptsttsnUo promplndrllts phone tllnUon cr NOIIIIDLlbball Pennys Pennys Pennys Jfot Water 2oiWesY- oa must not think of common everyday Hot Water Bottles in connection with thoM that we have just received from the lending inanufacturcn The now strung rubber tho tight feani time pcrltt fitting ctojiiiere insure Nttie unliimryHot2It 8 qt and d lit sizes at Tlc and up Every one gunnintce Complete line of Rubber Good dircot rom tho maker only The rcawin ohvioii The quality is Right Kit crams fro- mPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky JusT RECEIVED I Large Shipment ofIJ A Ranges J Call and See Them o GEORGE FARRIS O Stanford Kentucky TO CLOSE OUT 1JACKETS that were 8050 now 8500 It It OfiO and 87fiO notvr 350 t It It lijO now 200 It It It i 4QO now 200 MISSES LONG CLOAKS that were 8700 now JJObfc H It l It j7r 34 and SInO now 200 It ra sr II 250 now v 150 a Having made up our mind these goods must bo closed ut once Wo inako i prices to move then regardless of what they cost W E Perkins Crap Orchard j Kentucky l 6 6 r VERY SPECIAL IB our aG inch trill Linen Lnwn nt 2JJctw the JO inch heavy Linen Suiting at life We bought quantities of the o to pet k them cheap It wyt to put your workon linen liASON STANFORD KENTUCKY STANFOnn Kv VKW 1000 HuaSIAN Corn Cure removes corns In four days lOc Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS SJ KMBUY tJvery ill of pneui mania MR J C HAYS ia out after a spell of some two weeks MRS D GOODB and baby nroviattlnK relatives nt Inrksvlllo MR AND MRS MARK HARUIN am upending n week in Louisville Mu A C will to Elizabeth t town Monday to organize a Maccabco lodjfo MRS KlTTlE KING of Crab Orchard visited Mrs W U UlllionLondon r LocalMiss ILA HoiDAM of Crab Orchard Is with her parents at the St Asaph HotelMiss FLORKNCR M SuruiY of Ar calla Is with her slater Mrs 1 M Me Roberts J II Cox formerly of Morclnml t but later of Newport orders his I J sent to Cleaton Miss MINKRVA HURRY of Lexington U the guest of Taylor Woods and other friends here MRS H J TINSLEY and Miss Ida Icc- Bourne of Lancaster have been the- Jucsle of Mrs W K Warner MM W J ROMANS and daughter Carrie Bogey of Lancaster spent yea terday with Mrs W A Carson MKSSIUS J 11 COIUGK and Morris Perkins of Crab Orchard spent sever al lays in Cincinnati buying goods MISSKH EuzAnmi GRIMES of Gar rant and Lcota May Phillips of the country aroguesUi of Mlas Mary Phil lips MISSKS HATTIP MAKTIN and Viola and Nelllo Fair Brady returned yesterday from a visit to relatives and ricndi in Lexington MESSRS J J WALKER and J H Robinson of Lancaster were here making a settlement with Judge Warren yesterday MR W T Hll1 has returned to his homo at Somerset after a two weeks visit to his sister Mrs W P Stephen son at Maywood MRS JKNNIK TATKM and little son Loren of Washington county havo re turned homo after a visit to her sister Mrs M M Sweeney MR J H BOON and family took their for Somerset their fu turo home Wednesday Their many friends here gave them up with deep regretMR IloiiKRT C WlliTK and bride will leave tomorrow for Chattanooga to spend some time sifter which they will go to Birmingham anti other southern cities MRS HAMILTON who has been visiting friendS in Louisville was called to Birmingham Ala to tho bed side of Mrs E L Dudderar who is much improved TUB C E given at tho rest dence of Mr and Mrs E P Carpenter Friday evening was hugely enjoyed I by all who were so fortunate as to bo present The hours seemed to fly as conversation and refreshmusic games ment were nil there to aid in giving n happy time Mr and Mrs Carpenter to be an ideal host and hostess and richlyIII8et1 the many thanks that received for such a delight ful eveningMoreland Cor Advo cote LOCALS receivedsAU kinds of plants lettuce rod dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard prescriptions to DrW- N BRING your Craig for low prices best ser vice CONTRACTORS will find an advertise f ment of interest to them on our fourth page SEE our lino of graniteware which Is guaranteed for 10 years George II InrrlaFOR SALE Form wagon harness plows cutting box corn Sheller A v G Huffman which JUST lnblglotofcannelcoal I am selling at IGic per W S Wigham Morcland Go to Wilkinsons to get your clothes cleaned and inechargokilled Cincin nati workman is CLOVER timothy and nil field seeds at low prices T D Newland SKB tho elegant line of bottled pick les of every kind tomato sauce catsup olives etc nt Mrs W S Jones FOR nNTlUchardHampton property oh Logan Avenue For particu lars see Mrs Hampton or mind phono 83 CAR load of LnPortc buggies surrles and runabouts just received Call in and see them before you buy E T Pence DR H L DAVISON has bought of the First National Bank the office on Lancaster street which he occupies for 1500 Fon SALE OR RENTDr J K Aradales residence Possession given at once Apply to L H Hughes Stan ford Ky barber shop and rest dente in Junction City all well located for sale Write J Newton Craig Junction City Ky LTHE Ladies Aid Society of the Chris than 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 Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids la TUB cheapest line of white ware ever brought to town cups and saucer going at 25c per set and balance In proportion George IL Farris WK are making out a list of account to put in Attorney L It Hughes hands for collection Better pay up 01 your account may be in tho list A DISPATCH from Washington saya that Col W Lanham of this place h1l been granted patent on his corn plant cr which is n most remarkable piece ot machinery IP you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Conccn trated Crib Orchard Water for salq by- W B McRoberts G L Penny and W N Craig It will do the work MRS J S KENDRICK will return this evening from Cincinnati with a select line of Embroidery Patterns Call and see them at 200 S 4th street Dan vine Ky opposite Christian church second floor I HAVE left my accounts in the hands of City Marshal It G Jones for cone tion You will please see him and get n receipt for what you owe me I must have my money and will be compelled to sue for it if not paid it at once J H Boone r WHILE in a sentimental moos Editor F J Campbell of the Somerset Jour nil dashed off the following Lovo goes flying through the air shooting arrow every where and he doesnt mini a bit who or when or what they hit Now Is the time hes about and you had better just lookout for who can tell just as likely not you might he th- Irst one shot- REDUCEn lUTES Tho L N will sell roundtrip tickets Louisville Feb 21 25 26 and for morning train of 27th nt a30 account of the educational meeting to be held there To Nashville nt 715 the roundtrip Feb 20 27 28 limited March 10 account foreign mis sionary meeting and to Lexington Feb 22 23 24 limited 27 at 2 the round- trip account of Y M C A meeting Ask Agent J S Rice for further par icularaDANviuTho foundation for the new residence which Mr W Logan Wood will build on his property on Maple avenue was laid oft yesterday The firm of Milliter Rednower railroad contractors have just been award ed tho work of clearing away a large quantity of dirt at High Bridge in order to make room for the extension of the mammoth rock quarry already in opera lion there Tho contract involves about 30000 Mrs S C Pollard and her daughter Miss Eulala had a very narrow escape last evening from being burned to death by tho explosion of a lamp Hon Robert Harding will file in the Jessamine Circuit Court a suit for Thomas Donnelly of Nicholasvllle against the Roy Lumber Company asking 15000 damages Donnelly was employed in the companys saw mill and sustained the loss of an armAd vocate r la DONT ENVY YOUR NEIGHBOR Italic is beautiful figure You tint have u good figure too if you wear the American Lady Corset This very popular corset for swell drewen is more sought after than over We have theta in the new shapes viz That Girdles Short Corset Long Fel low and Ex long Let us thaw you Sl to 8150 Form SALE About 41 acres of land one milo from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster pike A good dwelling wand all necessary outbuildings Place is right on pike This is a good homo and a cheap place The owner of this property lives at Henderson Ky ant has made up his mind to sell It can be bought at a bargain Forprice etc sco or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky Miss MINNIE RUrt has as teacher of the fifth grade of the Stan ford Graded School and the trustees at their meeting yesterday elected Miss Virginia Pickett who will take charge Monday morning Miss Ruplcy bus giv en entire satisfaction and both pupils and patrons regret that she has taken the action she has Miss Pickett is a brilliant young woman and has had some experience in the school room Fort SAIEMy residence store and farm at Quail Ky seven miles southwest of Brodhcad Ky Residence has five rooms and hall and all necessary outbuildings Store has a small stock of drugs and groceries and llOstoffico connectedwith daily mail Thero is a splendid two room tenement house vn farm conveniently located Farm con slats of 75 acres Fifteen acres in woodland and sixty acres in high state of cultivation all under fence My- farm is one of the best improved in the county situated in u good neighborhood whithin 200 yards of saw and grist mill one half milo of school house one mile from Providence church This place would be an admirable 10 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 No3 TO CONTINUE Late Wednesday afternoon Postmaster J C Florence received a message ordering Rural Route No3 to continue This route has Mr George flames Wearen as carrier and it was ordered discontinued Feb 14 Hard work of Mr Florence and others has kept it a going how ever and they are entitled to much credit for their efforts It serves a large number of people who are not greatly blessed with this worlds goods and who can not spare the time to go so far after their mail Tho star route from Stanford to Kingsville will bo discontinued Feb 28th on account of sev oral rural routes covering the territory This is to be regretted but we fear it can not bo helped It has proven n great convenience as well as having brought closer together the people of Stanford and the South End of Lincoln STANFORD TO HAVE AN ELECTRIC OR iNTKituniiAN RAILROAD Cnpt W H Spradlin of Gallatin Tenn an expel fenced civil engineer was hero this week and in company with James J White and others went over part of the proposed right of way If tho fiscal court at its meeting tomorrow 17th confirms the solo of the franchise re cently sold to Jas L White a corps of engineers in charge of Capt Spradlin will begin at once a survey of the roads The object of the campany is to build line of railroad from Stanford to either Nashville or Gallatin Tenn As there tmve been some objections offered by a few people to the building of an electric road nlong tho side of tho pike the company making the survey will run the preliminary survey through the farms along the proposed route and if the company can receive tho right of way from the land owners then the road will be built over tho most practical route Capt Spradlin is well ac quainted with the country between Stnnford and Scottsville Ky having made several surveys through the coun try The people of Stanford and Lin coIn county should encourage time build- Ing of this railroad as Stanford certain ly needs some means of getting goods into town without having to haul them hero from Danville in wagons This is ought to be an insult to the memory lor such men as Uncle Gran Allen John Sid Myers and Lewis Rosscll the men who pulled the lines over good six hOnle teams and delivered goods to the merchants along tho road from Louisville to Cumberland Gap We realize the fact that the people of Stanford have always been a little slow to take hold of home enterprises preferring to send their money away from Stanford to help build other States and cities and as very little if of tho money invested away from hero has ev wouldbedo something for our town countyA IA NEW Lam door roller at W H Higffins LOCUST posts for sale Charles Ensslin Ottenheim Ky p JUST received 2 cars of American fencing George H Farris LOST between W G Withers and M 0 VanDeveers a black neck scarf Leave at this office A OOOD job printer who can feed a cylinder press can get a position by immediate application at this office Tim Young Peoples Social Club will give a hop at Waltons Opera House tonight which promises to be a swell affair AN 18yearold daughter of Lewis Lynn colored died of consumption and was buried at her home in the May wood section yesterday FINED FlrryDr W H Hughes formerly of Rowland but now an East End resident was fined 50 by a jury in Judgo It C Warrens court Tuesday The charge against the doctor was drawing a bad looking pistol on W B Land He took an appeal u CHURCH MATTERS The General Convention of the Bap tists of North America will be invited to meet in Louisville May 15 a de cision to that effect having been reach ed at a congregational meeting in the Broadway Baptist church Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy rriul tiinili clothlng Nlten thlro Issolittle illn ivnci the price of high limilorvmlymiulutultdiiul a stilt monde to your mfnuirvinent taken by IIJIIrlllIc1 tnllor Imwn hllndtOlII line of uud Winter gouts I cnn ninko tram n low price liiiKliivtH ult to the inert UrvM unit Also overeats trouwr and fancy vent Tim company I rtpment It ono or the best ti u KUlLKY the Tailor To Poultry Raisers I will IIIIVP for sole cm the utrwtnof Htiin font on county court tiny Kub lie n nice lot of lllnck liiiiiizihiiiiK cockerel mjil jml ItIM from prlno winning stock Will also hook orders for eggs from my lens ot Illack IjinulmiiK Hllvr l aco v undone uml Nernst Plymouth llockint tl iior ttettliiK of Ttiotv who lire IntiirMrtl In the poultry hoshwssnrecordlnllylnvItIto come nml look nt my dlllorcnt nun of line Mock No IslturllttheMtntr KKK UellTvrvil free of to IIIIIIIor1Iollcllohr or Irnb Oreh unit unteresolrltrdoudgtvrnpromt attention Vliw louilry 1lIrlllInIIhlrlItIoky 0q W No H LJWHITES T Mq fflE Rk S PURITY GUARANTEED A peculiar property that distin guishes Whites Concentrated Iron nil olher mineral waters is its certain and positive action upon tho livor and kid loyal the two joint organs through whoso means whole system Is kept in a healthy condition This water Is a certain cure for Dyspepsia Constipa tion Headache and all diseases onus ed by u Torpid Liver Read what the late Dr Luke P Blackburn whoso reputation as a physicInn and philanthropist is world wide said In regard to this water in tardy motives and constipation of tho bowels lilt excels all other remedies known to tho profession Crab Orchard Con centrated Water will euro more discu- sS than any remedy I ever used To Whom It May Concern 1 have used Crab Orchard Concentrated Wa ter and Salts in my jVactice for 40 years and 1 consider thorn the finest remedies on the market as a laxative and purgative cal when taken In Iwo ken doses a good alterative for Indi gestion Dyspepsia and Constipation It is nn excellent remedy W M UOOKKS M D Crab Orchard Ky There is no Crab Orchard Suits nor Crab Orchard Concentrated Water ex copt that made at Grab Orchard K- AlI others are counterfeit Ho sure you call for Whites Diamond Ilrand Our goods all bear tho above trade- marK Accept no other Ow goods arc guaranteed puio and unadulterat ed For sale by all druggists J x J NEW GOODS Gilt Belts- Overlace lor waists White Mohair for Skirts White Wool Serge for Skirts White Mercerized Material for Waists 1 r 1 i iOverallsi i Them All New Stock Just Re ceived On account of the recent fire at the factory we have been unable to supuply the many calls for these much soughtafter Overalls but now i are well supplied andjcan furnish weisizes Buy OBryans R R They are the Best i i i CUMMINS ii McCLARY J 1 1N11NNtiVs1 NtiN71tNM vN I I I 11111 I + + HI+ fidFI 11 J I I t I 11I1 IIII t We Have afiLARGE ASSORTMENT OFz t Shirt Waist aijd Shirtr F Waist Suit Ma I terials i t consisting of r ISOISETg i BATISTES PIQUESand i LINEN i In all colors nt 2rc per yard Also new line of I Ribbons Belts Neckwear Side Back Combs ICannull inspect our line of Spring Goods IiEggs taken at highest market price in exchange for go- odsLMHUEY CO Dry Goods Notions Five and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 1ltltlllltlllllttttlllllllltlllltllllll r i mLawt c3- t 0n 1 The Interior JournalRM- eredinthePoa1Oftcea Stanford II ttcmdclan Tnaffe- rYCBLIPttttD TUESDAY AND FJUUAY8 u- liIOO PER YEAR CASH When not so paid 1200 will be charged E D Peyton DIALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford New Hustonville Firm UnvtiiK bought of McConnnck A IVncock their Groceries lInlWllnlIe we oIIe1t aUtro of the ost Knd IHO tile We nlto havo In connection n Dully MMt llIrket and Lunch Oouutcr 1Vo wi buy good butcher stud nt highest innrkvt nml having n sphmlllIltntcutter wu cun furnish ou with ail kind of countryprodUer L lUBHOr A IIt1H HustonvllleKy BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce dt Oarter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horioi handled on commission took Pens In Connection NERVOUS RESTORATIVL 8IUtY h1lltaLellIUIjf1letl anteety uetpert t manboo Toatuin tblj tbe KoodiirithT Ntrw vblcti sire capacity for l and mental enelopmentan lG werla liens Hmcuraua Pratraanlealasnaa and other troo Uduto on work nnoklnir droir and otberanea M rich bealthr blood aiut npaln vaited nerro- sOinllr women llooklet free frlc tot COOpoeryaldwiJGa nara1 eatortfiindIfnolcur lor fncltei4 PEER MCSICAL ASSOCUTIOK CHICACO u t A TDK HALE AT PENN 8 DRUG BTOBE J l Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Gall Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e1 teeAaT 4Undortaker Embalmer and Dealer in HnrnesaSaddlery ctSTANFORD KENTUCKY OHce Phone 107 Home Phone 35 A FAMILY SAFEGUARD ft Green arr njre hersfamousl1ucleiGreat achce to ImnUle Throat and Lung Curt e best safeguard is a reliable- laousehold medicine that will cure croup soughs colds cbilly sensations running es nose sore throat and bronch- iagectloustbatwill keep the children Jroof all contagious diseases a medicine is lioschccs German syrup which has a record of 35 years in be cure of consumption catarrh all Wag and bronchial iTlie fame of German Syrup as a con sHsiptive cure ince its purchase by Dr Green the niece of the famous Dr Xoschee less extended to all parts of the earth It has big tales everywhere to rwo cizes 250 750 druggists For Sue at Penny Drng 8tor t t FARMERS DEPARTMENT 0 P Huffman bought of J F Rigney a bunch of hogs at 5c I want to rent 35 or 40 acres of land to go in oats Box 24 Rowland John Underwood sold to Sparks of London a lot of mixed hay at 11 per ton A few choice young shorthorn buUs and heifers for sale A W Carpenter Morcland FOR SALESeven coming three and fouryearold mules Clay Floyd Hi- tonville Ky FOR SALE shocks 250 fodder Good place to feed It Givens Carter Moreland Ky Owen county tobacco growers have sold over 100000 worth of the weed and have more to sell J C Pepples Preachersville wants to buy some 100 pound hogs lie has 700 shocks of fodder for sale FOR SALETwo extra good fresh milk cows one a thoroughbred shorthorn W C Shanks Stanford C A Robinson of Oarrard bought of B D Holtzclaw 31 extra good black yearling cattle at a fancy figure The Lexington Chamber of Commerce has offered a contribution of 25000 for the location of a permanent State fnir atLexingtonE of Boyle bought at the Lexington sales the pacing gelding Pinchem Wilkes nine years old and blind for 260 S W Lackey has sold to Bright Fox of Danville a pair of red sorrel fouryearold mules extra good for 360Richmond Register Two hundred and forty suits frback aYes were filed in the Jet Person County Court by A J Bizol Revenue Agent against persons alleged to have given in too little per sonal assessments W T Beck sold to S T Harris some S00 pound cattle at 390 and to other parties some lighter stuff at 3Jc lie also sold some still lighter cattle at 3c and a bunch of calves at 10 and 12 He sold a lot of hogs at 4Jc and a pair of mules for 140 J T Harahan President Fish J C iVelling and J M Dickinson all of the Illinois Central railroad and J M Overton of Nashville have purchases a onethird interest in Belle Meade tot famous home of blooded horses near Nashville The price paid was 02000 T C Snuff and W T Griffith d Georgetown sold to WS Barager of ihelbyvillc for Gen Castleman of Louisville their fine black saddle horse at a reported price of 1000 Jacob lugueley sold three colts in Lexington last week for 3400 Edmonia their dam is owned by Mr Hugueley Dan ille News C B Jarvis a tenant raised a crop oC tobacco on 15 acres of B T WrigUti and near Sharpsburg which averaged 1700 pounds to the acre He has just sold this crop to the American Tobacco Company at 835 per hundred weight or 14178 per acre realizing nearly twice is much for the crop as the value of the and on which it was grown Fort SALEA nice large store room and dwelling above consisting of several nicely furnished rooms A good barn and lot and all necessary outbuildings The property is in good repair ituated on Main street in Stanford Ky right in the business portion of town The property will be sold at a bargain and is a splendid opportunity for some one desiring to go in business for tho store and dwelling combined will be a great saving in rent etc POSe session given immediately For partic tars etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Defies Time Ono the most beautiful women in America defies tho ravages of time by imply keeping her blood purified with Dl Cildffolls laxative Syrup Pepsin It will do the same for you If taken at the least sign of bowel liver or stomach trouble it will prevent all- kinds of sickness keep your circulu tion clear and your skin and complex Ion as fresh and pure as in childhood Sol by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonville at ftOc and I Money back If It falls St Louis and San Francisco passen ger train No 118 was wrecked at Co mbus Kas Harry Roundtree of- Fort Scott the express messenger one issenger and a newsboy names unknown were burned to death George Woods the engineer was badly hurt- and W F Runyan the fireman sustained a broken leg- Lame Back This ailment is usually caused by rheumatism of tho muscles and mu- bo cured by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm two or thus times a slay and rubbing the putts vigorously at- euch application If this does not af- fOllllollef bind on a piece of Hanoi slightly dampened with Pain Bnlm- and quick repel Is almost sure to fol- lnw For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky a Dollie Dandridge colored of Lexington who officiated in the culinary department of the White House under the Cleveland administration has forwarded to Washington a pecan cake as a wedding gift to Miss Alice Reese v U 0 j Notice To contractor Nodes is hereby given that I will on Monday March5 19O6 Beginning nt 10 oclock A si let to the lowest mill heat bidder who tnll give land in at least double the amount of the value of the work to be dot the surety on said bond to be approved by the Supervisor the furnislituj hauling breaking and spreading the amount of stone and gravel on eRchof the sections of the turnpikes in Lincoln county as hereinafter appears Stanford Danville section from Stanford to Hawkins IJraucli 20 rods stone Same section 2 Hawking Broach to Boyle county line 20 rods 01 gravel and 20 rods steno Rush Branch Pike Sec 1 from Stanford A Lancaster Tike to HawkIns Brand 10 role of stone and 10 rods gravel saute Sec 2 Hawkins Branc to Hubble 15 rods gravel Danville fc Lancaster whole pike 20 rods stone and 15 rods gravel Stanford Knob Lick Sccl from Stanford it Hustouvillc pike to the Hanging Fork 20 rods of gravel Sec 2 from Hanging Fork to Danville tl Huston villo Pike 20 rods gravel Lincoln Boyle County Pike whole pike 10 role gravel Stanford itJlillcdgcvillo Pike Sec 1 from Stanford iV Huatouvillc Pike to McConnacks Church 20 rods gravel Sec 2 from MtCormacka Uhurc to Millcdgcvillc 25 rods gravel Crab Orchard ChnppcHg Gup Pike whole pike 50 rods stone Stanford t Prcachersville Pike Sec 1 from Stanford Crab Orchan Pike to Wilkersona Branch 25 rOIls gravel Sec 2 from Wilkcrsonfl Brand to Crab Orchard Lancaster Pike 25 rods gravel Crab Orchard tt Lancaster Pike Sec from G W Evans to Crab Orchard 10 rods stone and 10 rods gravel Sec 2 from G W Evans to Cur rand line 10 rods stone and 10 rots gravel Stanford Crab Orchard Pike Sec 1 from Stone House tf II D Baughmant line 20 rods stone Sec 2 from II D Ilaughiunn lino to Hy waters gate 20 rods stone See a Bywaters gate to Crab Orchard 10 rods gravel Stanford it Ottcnhcim Pike Sec from Stanford it Somerset pike to 1 G Lynns 10 rods stone and 10 tOIls gravel See 2 1 G Lynns to lloonc Blacksmith Shop 20 rods stone Sec from Boones Blacksmith Shop to Ottenheim 20 rods slate or gravel Stanford Dix River Garranl County it White Oak Pike Seca iron lowland to J II HiattV 30 rods stone Sec 2 from J II HiattV to Oar tird line 05 rods stone Stanford it Waynesburg Pike Sec from Stanford to Ottcnhcim pike it T 13 Lynn 25 rods gravel Sec 2 from J K LVIIHH to Jlnywood Co mad 15 rods stone or gravel See JJ from Ma wood county road to Carter store 10 tods slate or stone Sec 4 from Carters store to Ilutcliiions chot Louse 15 rods gravel Sec 5 from Hutchison school Itotico to Butts store 20 rods gravel Etc fi from Butts store to Kingsvillc pike 12 roils siesta Sec 7 from Kiugsville pike to Ceo Gullies house 15 rids of stone Sec 8 from Gee Games to G W Clifts 2rods stone Sec U front G W Clifli tll Waynesburg 30 rods stone Kingsvillo Pleasant Point Pike See 1 fioin VVayncsbiirg Pike to Co Road leading to Casey county 15 rods stone Sec 2 from Casey enmity lino to Kingsvillc 15 rods stone McKinney it South Fork Pike whole pike 25 roils gravel Hustonville Collcys Mill Pike See 1 from Hustonville to James Fryei house 25 rods atone Sec 2 from Tangos Pyres house to Mu Salem store 20rOltll stone Hustouvillo it Bnidfordsvillc Pike whole pike 40 rods gravel Instmi ville it Carpenters Creek whole pike 50 rods gravel 50 rots stone Danville it Hustouvillc pike Sec t front Hustonville to Black pike 71 rods stone See 2 from Black pike to Boyle county line 50 rats gravel Carpenters Station it Morcland pike whole pike 25 rods gravel Turnersville it McKinney pike whole pike JJ5 rods gravel McKinncy it Turnersville pike from John Murphys to MoKiimuy 40 rod of gravel Stanford it Hustonville pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Turnursville f rOils stone Sec 2 fromTurnorsvillo to Hustouvillc 25 rods stole Turncreville it McCormacks Church pike Sec front Turnersviljc to Sam Helms 10 Todd gjavcl Sec 2 from Sam Helms to C Bishops 10 rods gravel Sea a from C Bishops to Stanford it Knob Lick pike 10 rods ravel Stanford it Lancaster pike Sec 1 from Stanfords city limits to LognuV me 10 rods stone See 2 from Logans lure to Garrard line 10 rolls grAY McKinnoy it Cofleys Mill pike Sec from McKinnoy to old tollgate house 20 rods gravel see 2 from oldtollgate house to Fairs house 10- rOils gravel Sec a frosts Fairs house to Ml Salem 40 rods Mono See from Mt Salem to Casey lice 10 rods Atone CQrGiwranteo companies accepted on bonds Itod of stone or gravel consists of 225 cubic feet Hand broken 8101le must be on iniirgin of section by Sept If All metal is to ho measured by courts representative won may designate when nod where it hiay he spread All stone furnished must be greyor blue limcstono or quartz and broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter rile gravel imift lx clean and flinty free frosts dirt and sand anil that furnished on Sections and 2 to cKinney it CoireysMill pike Turncrsvillo it McKinney pike full pike lending from John Murphys to McKinney must he front Greets flyer fhe courtV representative may reject any material not of proper size and uality Bidders must nllJlOUJl at the letting whether atone will be broken by hUIII er crusher The wagons used in hauling metal front crusher shall 10 easurcd by the courts representative brforc beginning work and skull ho- filled full rounding in the middle metalshall be spread unless the courts representative is present The supervisor reserves the right to reject nayand nil bids Copies of bonds required can he obtained at the county clerks office A C DUNN Supervisor FOR SALE Faun or KSucrfi good liluo grass and to bncco IlIlIdIJIIs acres of liiinp on It this the Imluncolu grits Fa nil oim mllu iron Huitonrllle liuul ndjolna plku house of rooniH kitchen Snuck torch stud cUtfrn Juts new Imrn4tIJUft For AIUIUKI UMBRELLAS ne covered and repaired and made almost u good aa now fur a amount can Hi your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for lose money OTO me a trial KKANK ATKIHI Stanford I FEBRUARY Clearance Safe ri Mens 15 Suits cut to 1048 Mens 12 50 Suits and Overcoats cut to 848 Mens 1Q Suits and Overcoats cut to 748 Menl 750 Suits and Overcoats cut to 448 All our Youths and Boys Suits and Overcoats go accordingly Boys Knee Pants that sold at 50c cut to 40c We have a complete line of Shoes Dry Goods and Ladies and Gents Furnishings We invite you to come and seethe r Bargains we have for you before you buy elsewhere SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County National Bankf STANFORD KY Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky Only Daily and Weekly Published at the Capital and the onlyone that ever took iho Associated Press has recently been cnlary eland greatly improved It snakes a specialtyof LOCAL NEWS including that of the Court of Appeals State Fiscal Court The Federal Court It is es pecially valuable to lawyers Subscription yearly 8J Send remittance to weP WALTON PROR Frankfort Kentucky Cbe Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 15000X0 DEPOSIT January I 1906 24600000 e a u emsOFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WO WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J n Owstcr aunford II PIIANK Stanford 0 w OAIITEII Turornriila W II CUMMIVI Ireaclierivllle L U 0hxii Vaoethuri W II TMATIOII Ollocrto Creek H L Ilciintc LtnCMUr W O WAIKEII Stanford J H rotTcn 5Us Lord W II Stanford J D IAXTOX Stanford Wto roIcUulIy willclt tho iiccotintu of Imlrl mli Klrnn nml Coriionitlon musk nud ltunkir rr prcjinnil to tarnish nil drlwsllors suns iiccoiiiiuodAlloiu ua sr- amslaleut with ante l MN TII Hnfctj lKKilt Uoir in our vault for iu r our Cu tiiiitT First NationalOf Stanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 This Institution wu established M the Deposit Hack of Stanford In lua then reorpunliod at the National Hank of Stanford In 1863 and again reorganized M the First National DIe of Stanford ID 887 having bad practically an unloter rupted existence for 41 years It U butter lupplled now with facilities for transact lag business promptly and well than ever before In its long honorable career Accounts of IndlYlduals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Officers J HOOKKK PrlST 1UUH1V lree J1 UcKOIIKItTS Ohr W II WKAUKNAtilOhn 1 Directors t held Uanrllle 8 T Ukrrli Stanford J locker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnnT 5111 Kltnore Stanford II Itaughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jo Robinson Hubble J H Ranchman ntaoford J Tettui Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford YOUR WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces byJWW B McRoberts DRUGGIST 11 STANFORD t IIiii30NAi supervision given to all Prescriptions cOlJlpolllllledI N1 N 1T NKITL I K1 N WrtNtiN1 ICraigs Heroin Compound Cniiun Heroin Compound g WHEN BA1JY FIRST BEGINS TO SNEEZE GIVE O I Craigs Heroin Compound a t5 ITCtRKS THAT IIOAItSK AXI CIJOUPV WHEEZE o i I AND STOPS HIAT 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