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THE INTERIOR JOURNALt 0 IVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1900 NO 102 An Appreciative Reader in the Lone t Star State 6 LADOGA TnxASVcb 12Tho 13 is before me npaln However busy I may be when Irccclvq it I lay aside my work and read the paper with a rcl Ishalmost ravenous To the Kentuckian v who has wandered far from his nutivo State the INTERIOR JounSAL Is regard equalrShaklospearollI about the 21st to be f gin my work at Seymour a town 200 miles west of here At that plnco I fonn a partnership with a Rood lawyer While going out to Seymour to see about locating I saw as many ns 200 pralria dogs at one time As tho train dashes by these dogs scamper away to their holes some pausing In the mouth of the hole as if they were saying Catch me if you can These dogs are being rapidly exterminated On this r amo trip I saw as many as 500 wild geese in one flock Tho flock followed our train for 15 minutes At tho end of this time we came to it lake 20 miles longld onehalf mile wide Here tho I Hock loft us and began feeding on u wheat field near the lake While I watched these geeso I thought how the rleyes of many of our Lincoln county hunters would lash and how steady their nerves would become could they but get into such a flock and have a good shot gun A few more words about tho town of Seymour and am done The climate is ideal in this part of Texas People with all kinds of throat and noso trou blo come hero and are cured in a few months The elevation of Seymour and the surrounding country is 2000 feet l P Doctors starve to death In this lownI l and the undertaker finds another occu- pationi Common laborers are paid 125 per day and board Cotton pick era get half of what they pick This I means about six or seven dollars a dayShould you hear of any one who would like to write to me in regard toI this part of Texas tell them to enclose n tAmp for reply and I will be glad to answer their letter Land hero which would ollor 1p- er aero In Kentucky if there win hoI bought for 15 Good wheat land can be bought for 12 and 15 dollars I know what I am saying for I saw land that was sold for 12 per aero and tho yield In wheat was 20 to 25 bushels an acre Sugar cano does well Corn does well too but It does not jxiy ns well as other crops Railroads are being built all over west Texas Homo seekers from nil over the U S are coming In to Texas Iand settling Indeed Texas holds out great Inducements to nil classes of people My letter U already too long but so much can be said about this great State r Wishing you great success this year am vary truly yours T J NOKTII t The Commercial and Financial Chjon Iclo compute tho gold production of tho world last year at 370000000 nn In crease of 80000000 over tho previous year and of 75000000 over two years ago The average annual production in five years 18616 when California and Australia wore turning the worlds head with the tremendous output of tho yellow metal was 142000000 Of tho amount of gold produced last year the United States stands second with 86 333000 Since Columbus discovered America the worlds gold production has fallen a little short of 11000000 000 More than half of this was in monetary use two years ago The en ormous production of tho last twoyenrs cent of the monwas loss than 13 per etary gold two years ago and less than 7 per cent of the bOld produced since 1492 fFoloys Honey and Tar 1Foley Co Chicago originated lfonoy and Tar as a throat and lung remedy und on account of tho grout merit und popularity of Foloys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered 4 for tho genuine These worthless 1m tuitions have similar sounding names HoWuro ot thorn The genuine Foloys Honey and Tar la In u yellow package Ask for it and refuse any substitute It is tho best remedy fun coughs and r colds Pennys Drug Store Tho 38th anniversary of the founding of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks was celebrated by Now York with a brilliant banquet at tho WaldorfAstoria Thd ofI honor was Grand Ruler Robert W Brown of Louisville I The Best Physic When you want u physio that Is mild and gentle easy to tuko and pleasant In oifoct tnko Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Irlco 25 cents Every box warranted Oct free sam ple at Dr W N Craigs tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky and try tbomit MATRIMONIAL Miss Della Fight aged 14 and Curtis Watford 27 were made one at Versailles Arthur Mldnnth aged 10 and Miss Edith Case 1C wero married at Coving ton They both live at Portland Ind Representative Sherley is tho only ono In tho Kentucky delegation honored with an invitation to the White House wedding The King of Spain Is going to take n bride six feet tall and largo in pro portion As Alfonso Is n little fellow the will doubtless be King as well as QueenMr James F lirady nnd Miss Alma Reynolds drove to Hustonville Sunday afternoon and were married in the parlors of tho Wcathcrford Hotel by Rev G W Mills of tho Christian church of that little city Tho groom Is the oldest son of Mr and Mrs W II Brady and for a number of years has held a n responsible position with II J Mc Roberts the wellknown gents fur nisher Ho Is a clover young man and n fine salesman mil bride Is the only daughter of Mr Kx Reynolds nnd is nn exceedingly lovable and handsome young lady She is a granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Cicero Reynolds and for tho present Mr Brady and wife will make their home with then The hostsffCrlendsthem a long useful and joyous journey through life and that they may always be as happy as they arc while enjoying their honeymoon With a circlet of virgin gold in tho historic East room of the White House at 13 minutes after 12 oclock Saturday Alice Leo Roosevelt eldest daughter oftho President of the United States and Nicholas Longworth the Representative in Congress from the First district of Ohio were united in marriage Tho ceremony one of tho most impressive ever performed in the Executive Mansion was according to the liturgy of tho Protestant Episcopal church of which the bride is a member It was solemnized by tho devo tional beauty of n cathedral service No ceremony of a similar kind ever was witnessed by a more distinguished assemblage There were present as guests not only the most eminent representatives of tho American Government but tho personal commissioners of the Kings nnd potentates of the Powers of the civilized world consti tuting nn assemblage not only one of tho lamest but the most distinguished that over was gathered nt ono timo in tho White House Jlridnl presents costing almost 1000000 were given to tho happy pair Common Colds nro the Cause of Many Serious Diseases IliysIilniiH who have gained n oat ional reputation as analysts of the cause of various diseases claim that if catching cold could bo avoided long list ot dangerous ailments would never Io heady of Kvory one knows that pneumonia and consumption originate front acold und chronlo catarrh bronchitis and all throat toad lung trouble aw aggravated and rviidored more narious by ouch fresh attack Do not risk your llfo or take chances when Chllmhullulnsldiseases develop This remedy con tains no opium morphlno or other harmful drug and has thirty years of reputation buck of it gained by Its ewes under every condition For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular drug gist at Stanford Ky Anna Gould who was offers Count Doni 40000 a year to cease to bo her husband If the no account Count has any respect for the woman he has lived oil of so long nod treated so badly he will go und stand not upon the order of his going A Womans MartyrdomI Is too often her own fault sloop because she wont take sulllckiit trou tile to try a medicine that so many thousands ot women enthusiastically recommend viz Dr Caldwolls lax utivo Syrup Pepsin This bland soothing curative medicine regulates disordered functions of stomach liver bowels etc and soon restores sick women to perfect health Try It Sold by GIi foray Stanford and C W Adams Hustonville at OOo and 81 Money buck if it fulls Tho jury in the case of the Common wealth against J R Landrum charged with conspiracy to kill Bill Miller and on trial at returned a verdict of guilty and fixed his at 10 years in tho penitentiary u The first Chineso baby ever born in Lexington as far us the records show was born Friday morning The little Celestial is agirl Her mother is Mnrv Kwong Leo Kwong an emp oye of the Chinese laundry there The Supremo Court of Tennessee declared tho RaceTrack Betting Dill unconstitutional It is probable that Nashville and Memphis will now resume their taco meetings INEWS NOTES been organized at Flernmgsburg Robert Newcomb n Negro murderer was hanged In the jail at Chicago John Brown was run over and killed by a sawlog wagon in Barren county Henry Raischc a saloonkeeper at Cincinnati was shot and killed by a masked robber Pat Crowe was acquitted by a jury at Omaha of complicity in the kidnaping of Eddie Cudahy Mrs Willis Easthen and her daugh ter Miss Lizzie Easthen were burned to death at Tennyson Ind A pay car on a logging road was held up near Ccntreville Ala by two Negro highwaymen mod robbed of 1000 A stone building to cost 65000 is to replace the Q S C depot at Lexington which burned some two weeks ago Rev Charles Palducek a Slavorcan priest at Freeland Pa was assaulted by an unknown man and his throat cut The firm of II L Evans Co brokers at Wilmington Del mado an as slgnment with liabilities of over 300 000Conrad Adams was found dead in a hayloft at Carrick Pa with a bullet hole In his head and a revolver by his sideIn a railroad accident at Kilo 0 Miss Maud Kilo was instantly kHled and Miss Georgia Robinson fatally in juredGeronimo the famous old Indian war rior was practically dethroned as chief of the Apacho tribe on the Fort Hill reservationIt that the liabilities of the firm of Dennison PrlorCo at Cleveland amount to 2360000 and the assets to 518120I The funeral services over the body of King Christian of Denmark held in Co penhagen wero attended by Kings and Queens nnd representatives of royalty Ninety girls were thrown Into a panic when fire was discovered in the plant of Thomas Euflicy C Co on Fourth avenue Louisville The building was destroyed and two firemen were injured U is stated that nearly 6000 Ameri cans arc in peril of death nt the hands of mobs in China Activity in army and naval circles in this country continues tmanticipation of possible trou bleA further step in the litigation be tween the city of Chicago and the Chi cago Telephone Company is a recom mendation by Assistant Corporation Counsel Mnclay Hoync that the com panys franchise be declared forfeit til by tho city Cnpt James Pelle who resented an msujt offered by a Negro to thca white women In Louisville was assaulted by the Negro and narrowly escaped being killed His throat was cut from car to ear the jugular vein being missed by a hairs breadth Tho weapon used was a razorF Avery treasurer of the Avery Manufacturing Company at Peoria committed suicide at Centerville Avery arrived at Centerville on an Illinois Central passenger train Stepping from the train ho walked n short distance lay down on the edge of a small lake nnd hold his head under water drowning himself A Habit to Bo Encouraged Tim mother who has acquired tho habit of keeping on hand a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy saves herself u great amount of uneasiness und anxiety Coughs colds und croup to which children are susceptible are quickly cured by its uso It counter nets any tendency of u oohl to result In pneumonia nnd if given us soon as the first systems of croup appear it will prevent the attack This remedy contains nothing Injurious anti moth ers give It to little ono4 with n fooling of perfect security Sold by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky CORNS CUnEI Com Exit will posh tively 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 arc not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect euro is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky We know ofnt least two former Ken tuckians who will not neept the Invita tion to the homo coming In June We are not going to tell who they are but the two first letters of their names are Wm S Taylor and Charles Finley Frankfort Journal You need a long ocean voyage Mr Money ggII Moneybnggdoctor Ohl well et n few quinine pills and take one three times a dayII 0 Chemist Wiley now asserts that more 000 babies are annually slaughtered in the United by the germs the milk they are given IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES An Elks lodge will be instituted at Somerset about March George Johnson while logging in Bell county was killed by his wagon over turningRico Bongo former jailor of Garrard county dropped dead at Wilmore while visiting relatives Tho fouryearold daughter of Alfred Lewis of Boyle county was burned and scalded to death A twoyearold child of William of Washington county was burned to death Its clothes caught from nn open grate Mrs Mattie Harris wife of Assessor Fred Harris of Danville died of acute indigestion within three hours after she was taken ill Mrs Malinda Puckett aged 57 dead at her home near Ruth ton Madison county while attending to household duties William Cochran aged 73 John T Allen 21 and Miss Nannie Farris daughter of Nathan Farris died In Casey county last week Clarence B Portwood of Lawrence burg died at the City Hospital in St Louis of cerebral hemorrhage alleged to have been caused by excessive smoking of cigarettes The Southern Railway has let the contract to build their yards and round houses at Hamilton Springs a suburb of Middlesboro Work will commence at once and a largo yard will be built thereDeputy Jailer Owen Jarrett has presented Judge S W Bethurum with a gavel made from tho tree under which ZollicofTcr was killed and the handle from a hickory which stood near by says the Mt Vernon Signal The oldest cook stove probably in tho county is yet in constant use It belongs to George E Painter and has been in constant use almost every day since May 1873 never having had a piece of new material added to it since it was purchasedMt Vernon SignalTwenty of Garrards progressive citi zens met at the Mason Hotel at Lancas ter and organized the Garrard County Fair Association the same to be incor porated for n term of five years It was decided to hold a three days fair at Lancaster on Wednesday Thursday and Friday July 18 19 and 20 W B Burton was chosen president R L El kin secretary and Louis W Landram assistant secretary Laurels grand jury finally adjourned after returning over 100 indictments and being in session most of the time for two weeks A lengthy report was made to the effect that all the efforts to get evidence sufficient to indict any of the alleged lynchcrs of Virgil Bowers the negro murderer of George Farris had failed and Bill Queen Bill Keck James Troopers Brit Harris and Joe Farris who were held were released At tho homo of Mr John II Meier what might have been a disastrous fire was discovered in time to prevent much damage The young child of Mr and Mrs Meier was lying asleep in a buggy near the fireplace with the bed clothes hanging over tho side A large piece of red hot coal popped out of the grato and fell on the floor near tho clothes Fortunately it was not near enough to ignite them or tho child would have met an awful deathAd vocate CRAB ORCHARD Leave your orders for the Delineator Womans Homo Companion Baptist Argus Western Recorder etc with Miss Hettio Harris Geo W King anti family of Preach crsvillo will leave for Norman Okla this week to make their home Mrs Alice Newland has rented her cottage near the dspot to Mr Walker and sho will leave March 1st for East Bernstadt for a lengthy visit to her son Joseph Newland Misses Annie Bronaugh and Fannie Redd und John Chadwick at tended the hop at Stanford Friday eve ning Dr Thomas B Lyne mado a business trip to Stanford Saturday Another little democrat has arrived nt tho homo of Mr and Mrs Ward Moore A pretty little daughter is a welcome guest at Mr and Mrs D W Edmis tons For Biliousness and Sick Head Iacherake Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup It sweetens the stomach aids digestion and acts as a gentle stimulant on lhoI liver and the bowels without irritating these organs Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures biliousness and habitual constipation Does not niuiseuto or gripe and is mild and plousnn tto take Remember tho name OlUNO and refuse to accept any substitute Pennys Drug Store Gloss water pipes which have a cov ering of asphalt to prevent fracture are m use In some of Germany They give thorough protection against moisture in the ground against the action of acids and and cannot be penetrated by gasesI Rrr ilYN3at Musical Merchandise BanjosClarionetscordeons Concerlinas Harps Har TalkingMachinesUptoDate 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 f OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS j Have many Imitators but no equal W H HIGGINS CASH HOUSE M STANFORD KENTUCKY 1IISl ssu u Prepare For 1906T COAL AND WOOD White Oak Cannel Eist Tennessee Jcllici B G Jellico Mountain Ash Jellico Barren Fork FEED Wheat Straw Millet Hay Millet Straw Timothy Hay Mixe liny Corn Oats Bran Shipstufr Big4 Mixed Barley BEST COW FEED ON THE MARKET Big4 Mixed EecdGround Corn Oats limo nnd Barley for Too per sack till Xmas Wo have i Crusher nud can grind anything in the feel line Give us your order GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE KY s aonttetrr ssrrrr sesr i CooK vStove Bargainsy 1 SECONDHAND STEEL HANGE IN FIRST ORDER JClip largo oven high shelf closet Will lust ns long ns n new ono ICLASS t three times the price 1200 IIUaI SEES InB H ALDRIDGE 111TINKER PLUMBER PITML AND 1THXACE yi IPHONEJ116 DEPOT STREET STANFORDI a aos tr t BUY YOUR hi Collars Hames Collar Pads Backbands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets Grub3Toolsic from George D Hopper Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries Tinware Queensware Tiling Etc BbbT GOODS LOWEST PRICES The Interior Journal E C WALTON CANNED goods fill a long felt want t and t there Is no measuring the benefit 1that haye come from canning food But there Is one clement of tho canned goods trade that should be I improved Every can should have blow into it or have stamped on it the year of its issue Some things arc not hurt a bit by staying canned for many years others suffer The public has to take its chance on them rill It would in tho long run help trade if this matter wero a attended to and it surely would help tho consumerif he is worthy of consideration TilE Commercial and Financial Chro icle which has sixsevenths of ttfe re turns from the mileage says the rai road earnings last year were 152000 000 gfeater than the year before This is an increase over a long series of creases The gross earnings last yea were more than twice as great as in 1896 and almost twice as great as in 1897 Last year there was a marked Increase over the year before in every t month except February and in eight of the months the increase was more than 9 per cent JAMES I HAMILTON excounty at torney of Garrard and a wheelhorsf democrat authorizes the Central Record to announce his candidacy for Congress No man has done horde work for democracy and none is more deserving of recognition at the hands of the party Giving Mr Hamilton the nomination would be rewarding the truly faithful andhis friends will lose no time and spare no means in their effort to have him thus highly honored TROOPS being hurried to the Philippines Already two infantry companies and two field companies 4and two field batteries have been sent and the War Department is consider t ing sending another regiment It is stated that they are sent so as to be handy in case of trouble with China but the possibility is that they go to further pacify the islands al ready claimed to be thoroughly pac ified CASEY county people may be all right but we dont need tnem in our business So honey just stay in your own back yard and dont mind what the politicians say Jessamine Journal This good paper will sing an entirely different song when Casey is placed in the 1Eighth and some Jessaminecounty man something Jessamine has had several candidates in the past and she 1 will likely have some more TilE Chinese Minister at Washington is quoted as saying that if the presen movement of the opponents of the existing dynasty amounts to an up- irhlng the result will be a sickening of malcontents by Govern ment troops As long as China is allowed to control its own affairs he says there is no likelihood of a foreign warIT Queen Maris said that Dowager garet of Italy will in May come to the United States incognito for an au tomobile tour of the country Should she come to Stanford she will be treat ed to a ride on our interurban which let us hope will be in smooth running order by that time AN Ohio son circumvented his father by marrying his adopted sister when 1theold nian disinherited him and left his estate to her This seems a much f more satisfactory way than bringing l suit to break the will t BOTH Houses of Congress Thursday sc adjourned until Monday The ad 4 journment was an indirect compliment to Representative Longworth though nothing to that effect will appear in the record of course BISHOP II M TURNER in a speech at a Negro convention at Macon Ga de clared the American flag to be a dirty and a contemptible rag The congrega tion should have waited on the skunk in short order POLITICAL It is announced from Washington that Benjamin Hall will be reappointed Postmaster at Mt Sterling no A Taylor assistant secretary of the treasury has resigned and J II r Edwards wilt be appointed his succes sor The louse of the General Assembly refusd to set aside today for hearing nsunlnce representatives on the pend ing insurance measures The Ohio House of Representatives passed a bill making hazing in public and private schools and colleges a mis i demeanor punishable by fine or impris onment or both- Representtivo Hannah introduced a House at Frankfort limiting measure the term of the General As sembly to 100 days instead of to fool days a3 at present The Senate Committee appointed to investigate charges against crate Home at Pewee Valley reported that the were frivolous malignant and unwarranted and that the home was being properly conducted Representative Hannah of Grccnup offered in the House of the General Assembly a resolution calling upon the Kentucky delegation in Congress to urge an appropriation to buy the Abra ham Lincoln homestead in Lame county and convert it into zt national park The resolution will be adopted Charges and countercharges were made in the Senate in connection with the County Unit Bill Mr Cammacl said President Thorne and tile opposition to the bill were conspiring to de feat It Against the friends of the measure the charge was made that they were endeavoring to block more worthy for Congress in the Eighth District arc as thick as the leaves in Vallambrosa The Lancaster Record announced James I Hamilton of Gar rard by authority The Harrodsburf Herald says that Mercer is likely to have two candidates in the persons of Senator Jack Chinn and Judge John W Hughes Boyle has two or three men with their lightning rods up so has Madison and Lincoln with several or tho back counties to hear from TheresI going to be something doing over there for sureFrankfort Journal HUSTONVILLE The flow of gas in the wells at Mt Salem has greatly increased the past weekD C Allen shipped a carload of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday for which he paid 6Jc Whiteside Co of Gallatin Tenn bought a threeyearold Dignity Dare filly for 300 Miss Hcttie Miller of Boyle left for home Sunday after a visit to Misses Grace and Cora Goode The lid is sure on here Sundays good and strong as evidenced by the council order that makes no exceptions- All members as well as friends of the Hustonville Commercial Club arc requested to meet at the opera house Thursday night at 730 Capt Poll Portman an old and high ly respected citizen of Liberty a veteran of the Civil war died of heart trouble Monday evening at his home and was buried Tuesday Misses Bessie Worthington and Aria Wright have returned from a weeks visit to Louisville shopping and sight seeing Dr Alcorn will leave in a few days for the gulf coast stopping at Mobile en route He will return with the robins Mrs William Spraggins of Powars Store vicinity died Thursday and was buried here on Saturday in the presence of a largo concourse of friends and rel atives She was 77 years old and leaves two children Mr Arthur Spraggins and Mrs George Cunningham- A dramatic company rendering A Noble Outcast will hold the boards at Alcorns Opera House on Saturday eve ning Feb 24th This company played to a packed house in Danville last week and the Danville News speaks in glow ing terms of their rendition Miss Sallie Cooke was visiting her many friends and relatives here last week W D Hocker was home Sunday from Tyrone where he is guaging for a large distillery Our accomplished musical page to Speaker Lawrence Francis Weatherford was given a warm welcome at home by his host of friends Saturday and Sunday Mrs James Ellis the beloved mother jf Squire George Ellis died Saturday it her home near Ellisburg and was juried Sunday Mrs Ellis was a devout member of the Baptist church and was the mother of 15 children 10 of whom are living She had 89 grandchildren 114 great grand children 14 great great grand children making 227 direct descendants Hvingull of whom she wed sincerely She was born in 1813 md was in her 93rd year FOR SALE My residence stogie and arm at Quail Ky seven miles southwest 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 a splendid two room tenement house on farm conveniently located Farm consists 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 a good neighborhood whithin 200 yards of saw and grist mill one half mile ofschool house one mile from Providence church This place would be an admirable lo ation for a doctor or any one wishing to dngagc in the mercantile business For terns address D E Proctor M D Quail Ky 3t CHURCH MATTERS Southern Presbyterians have raised over 12000 of the 52000 that must be used in 1906 to secure the 100000 donation of Hugh T Inman for ministerial relief It takes money to run our churches and the better are run the better off the community is here and hereafter says the Somerset Journal If the money is not given to the church people they must earn it Let those moneyIexercise free will to give more generously and do less croaking Walker Hamilton sold to Josh anlels a two year old jack for 500 ancaster I IFt Here and H B Powell Therejton county and ono of and most popular men is dead Mrs Perry Williams wife of n promipcnt farmer of Montgomery county was attacked by a ram and badly injured- A receiver has been named for the F E Creelman Lumber and Manufac tuning Company of New Orleans a milliondollar corporation formed Insi B Thompson a wealthy stockman of Montgomery county was stricken with brain hemorrhages at Mt Sterling and died while being removed to his home Some women cannot be satisfied A Toledo woman is suing a man for divorce because of abandonment when she admits ho beat her over 800 times She ought to be glad he is gone The Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions in Nev York City received cable mcssagti from China saying that all the missionaries there were safe and that the general outlook was oncoura gingPoliceman George Bently while after some chicken thieves at Nicholasvillc was shot by an unknown negro The ball struck his pocketbook and did him but little injuYy Bloodhounds failed to track ehe culprits Men Past Sixty in Danger More than half mankind over sixty years of ago suffer from kidney and bladder disorders usually enlargement of postato gland This is both painful and dangerous and Foloys Kidney Cure should bo taken at the first sign of danger as it corrects irregularities and has cured many old men of this disease Mr Hodney Burnett Rock Port Mo writs I suffered with enlarged prostrate gland and kidney trouble for years and after taking two bottles of Foloys Kidney Cure 1 feel better than I have for twenty years al though I am now 91 years old Pen nys Drug Stord Give Me Your Order I Can Please You b rendy nmd clothing when there Is go little difference In the price qt high rudo rtmdynmde suit niul n null mndo to rxlwrlencedtntlorpricehuInenaultovercoats trousers and fancy vests The company I npresent U one of the best U CKUPLEY the Tailor OKKICK OF OAKLAND Sixourrow Supt Schools of Lincoln Co January 15 1900 Whites Concentrated Water Co Crab Orchard Ky GentlemenI have been a stiller er from acute indigestion acid constipation for years After having tried various remedied and receiving no relief I decided to try your Crab Orchard Concentrated Water Alter using same for two months Ican truthfully say that I feel bitter than I have for years I want to gay that it is the greatest remedy out for in digestion constipation and other like diseases I cheerfully recommend this water to all sufferers ItespeetfidlyGA1nwtND POI sale bnil Irtlg- gisbmfSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting tubing or any kind of tree pUling on our place and will prosecute rlolators to the roll extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Kelchenbccu llns Fred VonGruenlKinAlborl VonOruunlgau Bred VonAllmau Fred iiauinann llutmtsMhCharles Connate Jos Halluu A 0 Dunn M llolmoi- WEAoion Wit Uaugherty M J Uoffraun M D Kliuor- eIetor W Jnrtor J Ne lri Carter J E Bruce W K Hbomtker Thomas terrlll Green Kerrlll- P J Conn John It Oumenlscb Sam Trnwbrtdge A U Hoot Obarlc Ensslln frank Cordler Mrs Ilaydeu Welch Ieter Halmer John Meier Samuel Llnrtsuy Jacob Oiiciler MVe Alice Ltle Duvld Stephen Mary IlolTmann L p Nuonelley J lUughman Onrlstena Qrujfton J 0 Carpenter Jacob Jnuweln Saw Dame- runHENRY VA TIERS ONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal ANI The Interior JournalB- OTH ONE YEAH FOR NLY 150 Few people ID tIe United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic 10 all thing fair In all things clean In nil thfngl1t Is essentially family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to otter the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL one Fear and this paper for the price named bore Bend your subscription for the combination to usnot to the CourierJournal J J l r errs ie sstlllt f iusrriae sisr tratstqnilrIlttlltuae etler r1 Another Cut In Prices 1 1 I apr very liberal reduction in tho price of Overcoats made them mauve off so well wo nru prompted to make as libernln cut in tho following items 1 1 Rolled Edge Sung Proof Two Buckle Felt Boots reduced front 88 to SJfiO 1 t The urine boot with ono buckle reduced front 8250 to 82 One buckle shoo Iwitltout tho felt 8150 An nil Rubber Arctic from 8175 to 8110 jhoI from 8125 to 81 Royal Silk Plush Underwear 8150 to 81 tWrights Wool Fleeced from 81 to 75 f All COc goods go ut 05c A lot of 25e JicnsShirUi and drawers to close nt 15a liens anti Boys 25c Cups with IIfwarmers for lc t4k 1 No TrullAll New Goods See Thernl I 1 H J1 MCROIIERTSI KENTUCKYSTANFORD lmt r mmJ 1 I HAIRBALSAM MUM ami trawifW rranotn b taturUnl pnth 1rI nTer Fall to Jlwtor 0 lisle to Youthful Color I Jtyw Sap kis- smdtear l noI A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over Mclloberts Drug Store ill the Oweley Building For Sale Privately house and 10 acre of land situate lust outside of town llmiu on the Boraene pike house has 7 room kitchen and ear Vents room Rood cellar table and at necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In Ale yard kind one for stock J P BAILEY Jesse W Sweeney rnopuirroii Livery Food and Salo Stablo Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates INSURANCE Fire Lightning WlndHtorm llfn and Accident the HTKONOKHT nnd HKHTCoimwnlef It pre rntcd Ix wuilioi ilbl ttntei Uunrnnteed JAMS ruylngllcc ord Uiiequulltd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Itcildence Phone No 82 NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBEZ CLABESON hen JUNCTION CITY KVf- intOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Orate and liar For Sale A Special Bargain Ono hunlllldundMlxtlIr fnnn shout d nilkR NortWKSt of Htiimonl 4m d twotory Itroom dwfllliiCi n nplvndld stuck Imriroiitj of the bat viiUrid fiirniK In the oiitlmlldlnus Hlilvndld orclnird acrefin IiluuRniM never liwn plowtil The whole farm liiyn well and thoro U 1u Waste land oil It Five nillcn fruits Dnnvlllu nnd in u unlendld votiiinunlty This n Imrgtiliinnd tbuuliicttinust lad told within the nextsl days 1W liMUst Kints cnn le cottemXIof farm 1ossnMlan ulvuliut oneo For ssrticulnnsseehuiIt I Whll or I It UutlioN Htiuiforil Ky INSURANCEYour ire sure to die See mid talk with It M Newlntid who will show you the policy best adapted to your age and circumstances Churns paid promptly Dividends paid annually or defer red II lr KKWLAND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 Dar1 Traylor t DIALER IH WtilsRn Brandu Wines Beer Glaars fitG- Oarpnta House STANFORD KY 0101 to Depot- Prosptandrltlsattention Nothlne llha tss crap olden rscilr innptatUntlod tlvul J mIPennys Pennys Pennys f I 3fot Water lJottles1 must not think of common every IiYOJlHot Water Belittles in connection those that we kayo jut received from the leading manufacturer The mlIe strong rubber the tight teams perfect fitting stoppers insure faction that you wont get from Hot Wntef Mottle Vo have tlt atiamm 2rlt 8 qt nnd 4 qt rites at 75c up very one gunnintce l mfroll1tYfphiollll The quality is Might if it comes Ii1 ffi PENNYS DRUG STORE m friStanford KentucUy 1 1isll1kBBBBBBBBLaBBfrBE3JUST J i Large Shipment of J r RangesfCall o GEORGE H FARRIS 1otStanford Kentucky t HEADQUARTERS FOR THE I EAST END FOR e American Woven Wire Fence 1 Oliver Plows and Plow HarnessI W E Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky 7 IIt w i VERY SPEciAL pULi10 inch full Linen Lawn nt 25c Alto tlio 30 inch heavy T rLtnei Suiting nt i5c Afo bought quantities of these to gut thcllfchcul It pays to put your work on 1IlIent 1 1H STANFOHD KY Vim 20 lUQa t In PERSONALS- t DK W D PENNY and wife of Uan f vllle were hero Sunday 4 MRS H K BOURNI of New Cnstle Is hero with her homcfolks BORN to tho wife of James Peak oC J the Tnrnorsvlllc section a girl l DR W B 0IUNNON went to Rock s castro yesterday to see a patient loin A A HIGOINS of Louisville was the guest of his parents here Miss ALICR CMIIIUU of Hustonvill was tho guest of Mrs W 0 Speed T D NEWLAND Jit of Danvill spent Sunday with tho homcfolks here t MRS KATR MILLER left Friday to visit Mrs J T Stone at Egcrton Mo MR AND MRS ERNEST WARREN aro down from Middcsboro with her par- entsI Cotes IL M JACKSON of London waa n passenger on Saturdays Sduthbou train MR ANO MRS 111 IIAWKINS llpent several days with the formers brother CorbinMiss MOIILEY has retllmed 1from a visit to Miss Sallies T Smith at MR AND MRS C E BOWER went up to Corbin Friday to visit her brother and sister Miss BERT MURPHY spent last week with Miss Corn Nunnelley at Mr U II Nunncllcys MR SAM C LACKEY ofHarnxhbun wits up to sea his father lion G A lackey last week WALTER W CARTER has moved hll family from Lebanon Junction back to his first love Rowland MRS joined her husband at Bowling Green whero ho- I Is taking n Normal course Miss IIrRTA COUCH of Wayncsburj is tho guest of her cousin Miss Doshla Gooch Somerset Mountaineer DAIIEY HUTCHISON and Shell Heed vfcof tho Highland section left Sunday for Indianapolis In search of work MR C II WRIGHT of tho McKinney Mills was hero Saturday and I left n order for printing nt this oC fico MR II F tOUT was at Lcbanc yesterday where he closed a big contract for ice defeating n Louisville M MATIIBNY and A 7J Gooch and children are lack from a visit to relatives at Lexington and Vcr sallies I 5ou GKOIIGB D WRATIIKIIFORD oC Hustonvlllc and Page Francis Wcatl crford now of Frankfort were here Sunday MR J C STUART formerly of CrAb Orchard but later of Red Ash Whitle his paper changed to EI ControlCal THE of Sam Embry Jr Is very critical but his doctors ore some I what more hopeful than they have beer Ho has double pneumonia Miss ANNIE MILLER PEYTON gave- valentine a party to several of her friend Wednesday the evening being one that not soon bo forgotten Delicious refreshments were served Miss Virginia WLrren Sunday In Elys with 11ln I News t LOCALS ALL kinds of plants lettuce rail f dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard f prescriptions to Dr WBRING your N Craig for low prices and best ser vice r SEE our lino of gVanlto ware which is guaranteed for 10 years George IL Farris FOR SALBFarm wagon harness I plows cutting box corn sKcllor A G Huffman JUST in big lot of nnel which r it 163c per bushel W S iiWinain Morcland j Wilkinsons to get your clothes cleaned nnd repaired A skilled Cincm jiati workman is In charge aIi WANTED A frst class white woman kook at once to work in restaurant 7 No night Corbin Y BEGINNING March 1st the Saufley will bo supplied with mail by Sal Route No1 from the Stanford office There is a considerable shake- upj 1n postoffico matters just now and it looks r like the country offices must go LOCUST posts for sale Chnrlcsi Ensslln Ottcnhcim Ky p JUST received 2 cars of American fencing George Farris LOST between W G Withers and M 0 VanDcvecrn a black neck scarf Leave at this office J S CAMriiELL has opened a ooard ing house near the depot and is doing a fairly good business D C SIPPIE has for sale at his storo at Jumbo shingles and locust posts at the lowest market price FOR on Lan caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office SIE the elegant lino of bottled pickles of every kind tomato sauce catsup olives etc at Mrs W S Jones Fort RENT onto Hampton Prol erty on Logan Avenue For parts lars see Mrs Hampton or call phono 83 FOR SALE OR ltFvrDr K Van Arsdales residence Possession Ilven at once Apply to L R Hughes Stan ford Ky RESTAURANT shopand res I dcnco in Junction City nil well locate for sale Write J Newton Craig Junction City Ky u WANTED Bright honest young man from Stanford to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids la TUB cheapest line r ofwhite ware ever brought to town cups nnd saucers going at 25c per set and balance In proportion George H Farris TUB Murphy warehouse at tho foot of Lancaster street broke through the other day and 50 or 75 bushels of millet seed John G Lynn Jr had stored there was ruined SEYMOUR Fiom aged 37 died at his home near Pleasant Point church of pneumonia Sunday He left a wife but no children lie was u clever man and n good citizen DROPPED DEAD William Sewcl aged Cl dropped dead in Porters drug store at Somerset Saturday Ho leaves n wife but no children Mr Sowell was n brother of John K Sewotl tho well known printer HAOAN JamesHugh Hagan who married Miss Mary OrndorfT former of this place died at Livingston a for lays since of consumption from which disease he had long been a BufTcrei Mr Hngan is survived by a wife two little children nnd two brothers Ten and John Hagan of Madison and Coin respectively Hows TUIsJas I Wllmot age U D B Tndor 42 and George far kin 30 live almost in speaking distance and they have almost enough children between then to start a school Tho first named haS 10 tho next eight and the last seven Thirtyone people In three families Is their another neigh orhood in the county that tan boast of three as prolific families 7 A DISPATCH from Annapolis says thnt Midshipman John Paul Miller son or lion John W Miller of Lancaster las been ordered to report at Bostoi md take ship for Alexandria where hi will join Admiral Sigsbcea squadron which is to sail for tho Far East lit once Miller graduated nt tho Nava Academy about two weeks ago and was kiting his sister in Louisville when h received his orders BY tho notion of Jho Fiscal court and city council in granting the franchise a rightofway has been granted from tho Garrard county lino through Stan Cort1 to tho Casey county lino for tho instruction of n motor line of railway Tho arguments advanced by those connected with tho movement are that the rallwny will enhance tho lands along tho ghtofway build up tho schools in tnnford affordcheaper freight rates lessen tho cost of maintaining the turnpikes and at tho same time be a source o revenue to tho town county and school districts Tho railway is to bo instructed on the side of the pikes tho ghtaofway of which are 45 feet wide thoso farmers whose fences are on the- o rlght of way will move their fences back Hustonville nnd McKinney are- both anxious for tho road Stanford should at once organize a Commercial Club and do all in its power to aid the enter rise It costs nothing to try DONT ENVY YOUR NEIGH If situ is beautiful figure You rout have good figure too if you wear the American Lady Coreet This very popular corset for swell dressers is more sought after than ever We have them in the new shapes via The Girdles Short Corset Long Fel low and Kx Long Let us show you 81 to 8150 IEVERANC 8c STANFORD KENTUCKY I fcornsI ELwnnGiuuANUhas tWoolen firmMESDAMES countyorders Ilsltlddlelboro umlle1ingnt workJtoxjlM HENTThcstoreroom BOR NEW line of wall paper just received Tribble Pence NEW assortment of all over lace Cor over waists nt L M Huey Cos A GOOD job printer who can feed n cylinder press can geln position by immediate application at this officeI WH are making out a list of accounts to put In Attorney L R Hugh hands for collection Better pay up or your account may be in tho list TUB sheriff of Letcher county here yesterday for William Sheppnrd and William Caudill who have been here for safekeeping They aro charged with murder If you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Conch trutcd Crab Orchard Water for sale by W B McRoberts G L Penny and W N Craig It will do the work Loss PAID Jesse D Wcarc representing the Norwich Union In suranco Co paid the loss of Uavld Rambo the other day The amount agreed on was 1700 which we Dre told was acceptable to Mr Rambo I HAVE left my accounts in the hnndfo of City Marshal R G Jones for collection You will please see him and get a 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 II Boone AN order for 27 rural boxes wna brought in Saturday from route No1 The good people on that route are too smart to let a good thing slip out oC their grip It is hoped that the Lincoln county people will wake up and do bus mess with all the mall carriers and hold the rural mail service In full force TUB fiscal court met Saturday and confirmed the sate of an interurban or traction franchise over several pikes of the county The sale was made nt the January term of court to Mr James I White Let us all join in hoping that Mr White will go on with his rond building now and that soon we will bo riding on an Interurban to McKinney or some other point The court also settled with ExSheriff Baughman CLAUNCllMr M B Claunch died ncar Pineville and his remains were brought to Wnynesburg nnd placed In Double Springs cemetery after tuner petvices by Rev R R Noel Mi Claunch was formerly a citizen of this county lie was converted and joint the church at the age of 27 Ho hnd been married twice Ills firstwifo wna Miss Isabel Singleton sister of Rug Singleton of Waynesburg and several children were born to them and they are now left to mourn the loss of both father and mother His second wife was Miss Mary Gill Mr Claunch died In the triumph of Christian faith his last days being his brightest Ho seemed to long for the liberation of his soul in order to be with Christ May the Lord comfort those who mourn and In Ills own good time reunite them on the other shore R R NOEL ONE of the most delightful function oC tho season was the lovely Valentine unchcon given by Mrs J B Foste at her elegant country home Hill rest It was a cold dreary afternoon but the warmth and cheer of the Inter- Ior fully recompensed the guests for a cold ride Fires glowed In every room and in tho hall a great wood fire flashed nnd sparkled its warm welcome Smilax and ferns with hearts and darts and every device of St Val greeted you everywhere For a merry half hour tho guests were kept guessing a heart CulloC questions which finally had to- bo declared by lotMrs Bessie McKinney drawing the lucky number The folding doors were then thrown open to tho dining room also beautifully deco rated Covers were laid for 14 Tho iblo was a thing of beauty dainty linen china cut glass and silver sparkled under the lamp light whilo in the center was n great heart of smilax studded with crimson carnations n lovely Cupid resting in their midst Tides roses were scattered over the tablo while dainty scarlet hats with cartshaped brims held saltedalmonds and stood guard by the wine and water losses place card held a quot- atlontho charming hostess leading with a warm welcome followed by each guest in turn after which followed six courses of the most toothsome beautlCuJlrservedment from thobright and lovely young matron All fully appreciatandor- oughly enjoyed most H t Youn attention is called to the insur ance advertisementof Morris Pcrkin of Crab Orchard Messrs W Masoi Morris and Wade Perkins compose the firm and as they arc both energetic and competent business men they will like ly make their presence in the insuranci field felt Think of them when you mind is on any kind of insurance SENATOR HUDDLE has a letter iron Boyle Stone of Casey county sayin ho will not be a candidate for Congress from that county in the next four years says a Frankfort dispatch The publi cation that Mr Stone would be a can dldatc should Casey be taken into the Eighth district rather put Senator Hub bio in the air There arc so many can didatcsin the Eighth that additional op- posItion to the shift was at once devel oped The congregation of the 22nd and Walnutstreet Baptist church Louis ville Sunday raised by subscription 6 000 with which to enlarge the church and meet other expenses Steve Stamper and Thomas Monohan alias Brown convicted of having blowi open the safe of the bankat Willard- last October sawed out of their cell at GraysonSix blocks in Rutland Vt were destroyed by fire resulting in a loss of about 750000 John a McCall late president of the New York Life Insurance Company is deadJohn B Stetson the millionaire hat manufacturer of Philadelphia is dead The Q C had a costly freight wreck near Crittenden Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Grab Orchard Ky aware prtpnrtfl to wrllo Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado oftheItM rtjr niotl Office with Crab Orchard Banking Co YOllr In lurniicowrinewlngoiil poficieiY LIU your property with uniml wt w ll It for you cllllrgln you only ninmll pvrcvnt w H e rT E S 7 WHITES kQ7 fRk IPURTY GUARANTEED A peculiar property that dltitln Whites from all al1l1jposlthutreys the two joint organs through whoso moans the whole system is kept in u healthy condition This water U a certain cure for Dyspepsia Constipation Headache andall diseases caus ed by n Torpid Liver Head what tho late Dr Luke P Blackburn whoso reputation ns a physician and philanthropist U world wide said In regard to this water in tardy motives and constipation of the bowels It excels all other remedies known to the profession Grab Orchard Con centrated Water will cure moro diseas es than any remedy I ever used To Whom It May Concern I have used Crab Orchard Concentrated Wa ter and Suits In my practice for 40 years and I consider them tho finest remedies on the market as a laxative and purgative and when taken In bro ken doses a stood alterative fpr Indl gestlon Dyspepsia and Constipation It Is an excellent remedy W M Doom M D Crab Orchard Ivy There Is no Crab Orchard Suits nor Crab Orchard Concentrated Watores copt that made at Crab Orchard Ky All others are counterfeit Bo sure you call for Whites Diamond Brand Our goods all bear the above trade mode Accept no other Our goods are guaranteed pure and unadulterat ed For sale by all druggists NEW GOODS 3Gilt Belts- Overlnce lor waists Whito Mohair for Skirts Wiiito Wool Serge for Skirts White Mercerized Material for Waists SON II LADIES T iJust a Word About Spring ii r Footweai Our new Spring Shoes and Oxfords arc ofex iceptional Beauty both as to Style and Workmanship QUEENQUALITY i I iinsaw Queen Quality sets the i Dont think of buying Spring stesihave seen the Queen Quality 8250 and 3 Boots 83 and makes 8 150 to 82 I Ollleri I CUMMINS ii McCLARY i J 1 sI 1111 + Ifullllllll H+HI I1111 111111 U 11111 1111 We Have a LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Shirt Waist aid Shirt Waist SuitMaf r terials I I For Spring consisting ot SOISETTES BATISTES PIQUES andv LINEN f Inn colors at 2oc per yard Also new lino of ii Ribbons Belts Neckwear Side I and Back Combs t Call and inspect our line of Spring Goods t Eggs taken at highest market price t in exchange for goods L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Five andTenCent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court mouse STANFORD KENTUC Y- tlttlttttlll n 1 IItllllltlltlIII IThe Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stafford m- weondcla31 in otter rtniLlHItRH TOKHUAVS ANn FIIXIMLVI AT 100 PER YEAR CAN EFVVhen not no paid tJOO will be charged E D Peyton DKALEU IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford New tlustonville Firm Having bought of McCormack A IVncocl their wo solicit o OrUCerlllIurllwnnlelcJilinru eat Km ptO Ill Wo nlso have in counoctlon n Meat Market and Lunch Counter Wo will tiny good butcher stun nt lilglicnt niurkut luivlnit 8I1ltndlllllllnt buy ran furnth you with the best nlso all kind of country produce IIIHIIOI A IIIlH Ilujtonvlllo Ky V BD CARTER Successor to Bruce 4 Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is tollcited Horses on commiuion tock Pens In Connection PEFFERS iNERVICOR RESTORATIVES CURES NERYOUS DEBILITY ph711t11entali heaitlpareaNervuCartaaes rrtrun SIplen andother troubledu to on work moklnir drug bablu and other cauKl Yates rich healthy blood and rrpalra used nerret rkUIInfosl iiirivoto tpd with a goon ante to rotund foot sand or brnemrd rcrreR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s A roi BALE AT IENNTB DRUG STORE R Jl Beazley Coe Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Furniture MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e MeeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesaSaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY OJlce Fhon 1ST Home Phone 33 A FAMILY SAFEGUARD Dr Green arranges with the NIece of Dr 110 t sclice to handle her faiuoiu Untie Crcs Throat and Lung Cure JTliebcst family safeguard ii a reliable medicine that will cure croup toughs colds chilly sensations bronchianose sore throat and 1tlTectiousthat will keep the children proof all diseases i a medicine is German Syrup which Pus a record of 35 years in I the cure of consumption catarrh all l king and hronchial ronhles fThe fame of German as a con sumptive cure since its purchase by Dr t Green the niece of Dr Boschee has extended to all parts of tho earth It has big sales everywhere to ITwo sizes 350 an 750 r For Bale at Penny Dreg 8tora J 1t1 FARMERS DEPARTMENT Frank Martin sold 15 hogs at CJc Fine young Angora Buck for snle J M Pettus Stanford Ky 3t Matt Myers sold to George Given a bay gelding by Golddust for 200 I want to rent 35 or 40 acres of Innd to go in oats Box 24 Rowland G R Wilson sold his 160 acre farmIin Woodford to E L Lilian at 90 A few choice young shorthorn bi and heifers for sale A W Carpent IorelandIJoe Jordan bought of Mack Lawson a horse for 150 and one of W M Carter for 125 Full SALE shocks 250 fodder Good place to feed it Givens Carter Moreland KyIJesse Walter sold to Gen Gentry ofI Lexington his fine bay mare by for close to 500 PenceI M J Farris bought of James in Iltrshas 35 Brown Leghorn hens that laid 605 eggs during January FOR SALETwo extra good fresh milk cows one a thoroughbred shorthorn W C Shanks StanfordI Because of excessive rains tho Cuban tobacco crop is said to bo the W01t failure in the history of that countr Green Morris good racehorse Bryan brought 3800 at the New Orleans sales Flimnap brought only 1100 June Gayle of Owenton sold 401i monthold mules at 125 They averaged 141 hands and were the pick of tho country John S Buster Bros sold five horses in Harbersons sale at Lexini ton last week at an average of 37 Sam Forsythe sold a trotter San Fin the same sale for 1300 Harrod burg Herald Sysonby considered the greatest racehorse the world has ever seen will tart in at least one and possibly aU handicapsIpounds Ho will not lose allc 1400 gain when he is ready for one or big handicaps this spring- J R Whipp has bought the Chas Sharp Dignity Dare stallion for 251 F O Barger has sold his Green river arm to R P Lanham for 1500 and oughta farm from the Napier heirs Cor 2500 M K Wilson sold W lurton of Lancaster a combined hors Monday for 150 Wallace Steele sold a mule colt to A Pemberton for 3250- rour mules and one horse to B G Fox for 600 one Dignity Dare colt to D S Carpenter for 95Llberty News FOR SALEA nice largo store room and dwelling above consisting of set eral nicely furnished rooms A good barn and lot and all necessary outbuild- Ings The property is in good repair situated on Main street in Stanford Ky right in the business portion oC town The property will be sold at a bargain and is a splendid opportunit for some one desiring to go in business for the store and dwelling combine will be a great saving in rent etc Pos cssion given immediately For particulars etc see or write L R Hughes tanford Thirtyfive horses belonging to J G Cecil have been sent to the veteran vainer Crit Davis at Harrodsburg where they will bo put through Ispeclal course of training They an at the old race track In the- Iot are some speedy youngsters It of the inclement weather a large rowd attended the sale of A E iundley and from a financial standpoint it was exceedingly successful ourteen thoroughbreds were disposed of including brood mares and colts and rought from 110 to 200 Fourteen milch cows sold for from tO to Hogs brought 71 cents Mules 100 to 185 Yearling calves and Yearling heifers 20 per head for 35 headAdv- ocate Defies Time Ono the most beautiful women In America delles the ravages of time by mply keeping her blood purified with DI CaldwellsOaxatlvcSyrup Pepsin It will do tho sumo for you If taken at tho leust sign of bowel liver or stomach trouble it will grovont all kind of sickness keep your circula tlon clear and your skin and complex- Ion as fresh and pure as In childhood Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvillo at Mo and 1 Money back If It falls TO KENTUCKY FEMALE INOTICE SCHOOL GRADUATES All of the above named school arc requested to send name and address to Principal K F 0 S Midway Ky that each may receive an invita tlon to a house party to be given the Alumnae in May name whether lor not circumstances favor attendance Ella Johnson Prin K FO S ILame Back This usually caused by oiunatism of the muscles and may he cured by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm two or thrco times a day- untl rubbing tho parts vigorously at ch application If this does not af- fortI relief bind on a piece of Uanei ghtly dampened with Pain Balm Dnd quick relief Is almost sure to follow For sale by Dr W N Crnlg- tbo popular druggist at Stanford Ky Notice To Contractors Notice is hereby given that I will on Monday March5 19O Beginning nt 10 oclock A M let to tho lowest and beet bidder who htll give bond in at least double tho amount of the value of tho work to be tlone tho surety on said bond to be approved by tho Supervisor tho furnishing hauling breaking and spreading the amount of stone and gravel on eachof the sections of the turnpikes in Lincoln countynM hereinafter appears Stanford it Danville section from Stanford to Hawkins Brunch UO rotlil stone Same section 2 Hawkins Brunch to Boyle county line l20 rods 01 gravel and 20 rods stone Kush Branch Pike Sec from Stanford Ar Lancaster Pike to lInwkins Branch 10 rods of etono rind 10 rods gravel same Sec 2 Hawkins IJmnoh to Hubble 15 rods gravel Danville it Lancaster whole pike 20 rods stone and lit rods gravel Stanford Knob Lick Sec 1 from Stanford Hustonvillo pike to the Hanging Fork 20 rods of gravel Sec 2 from Hanging Fork to Danville Hiistonville Pike 20 rods gravel Lincoln Boyle County Pike whole pike 10 rods gravel Stanford it Milledgovillo Pike Sri 1 from Stanford Hustonvillo Pike to McCormacka Church 20 rods gravel Sec 2 front McConnack0 Church to Milledgeville 25 rods gravel Crab Orchard it CliappcUs Gap Pike whole pike 50 rods stone Stanford Preachersville Pike Sec 1 from Stanford it Crab Orclia Pike to Wilkersona Branch 25 rods gravel Sec 2 from WilkorconV Bmllch to Crab Orchard it Lancaster Pike 25 rods gravel Crab Orchard Lancaster Pike Sec from G W Evans to Crab Ol hard 10 rods stone and 10 rods grovel Sec 2 from G W Kvans to Gar mnlline 10 rods stone and 10 rods gravel Stanford it Crab Orchard Pike Sec 1 from Stone House to H D JauglnunnV line 20 rods stone Sec 2 from II D Bauglmmns lino to U waters gate 20 rods stone Sec Bywatera gate to Crab Orchard 10 rodll grovel Stanfonl it Ottcnhcim Pike Sec from Stanford it Somerset pike to G Lynns 10 rods stpuc and 10 rods gravel Sep 2J G Lynns to BoollolC tlacksmith Shop 20 rods stone Sec a from Booucs Blacksmith Shop tQ htctihcim 20 rods slate or gravel Stanford nix liver Garrard County it White Oak Pike Sec from lowland to J II HiattV IJO rods stone Sec 2 from J II HiattV to On rardlinc15 rods stone Stanford it Way nefburg Pike Secl from Stanford to Ottcnheim Ilike ot J K Lynnf 25 rods gravel See 2 from J E Lyune to JIaywood Co and 15 rods stone or gravel See a from Jlnywood county roud to Carte tore 10 rods slate or stone Sec 4 from Carter tore to HutchiiWn Rhoo ouse 15 rods gravel Sec 5 from HutchieonWchool liotiioto Butts sloe 20 rods gravel Sec G from Butts store to Kingsvillc pike 12 rods stone Sec 7 from Kiugsvillo pike to Gco Guinea house 15 rats of stone See from Gen Games to G W CliftV 20 rods stone See It from G VV Cliftl tll 1Vayne burg 00 rods stone KingHvillo it Pleasant Point Pike See from WayncsburgJ Pike to C oad lending to Casey county 15 roils stone See 2 fnnu Casey county liuc to Kingsville 15 rods stone McKinney it South Fork Pike whole pike 25 rods gravel Hustonvillo Colleys Mill Pike Sec 1 from Hustonvillo toJnmua Frye ouee 25 rods stone Sec 2 from Tames Pyres house to Mt Salon ttor 20 role stone- llustorville it Bradfordsvillo Pike whole pike 10 rods gravel Hnstonvillo it Carpenters Creek whole pike 50 rods gravel 50 rods stun Danville it Hustonville pike Sec from Hustonville to Black pike 1 rod stone Sec 2 from Black piko to Boyle county line 60 rods gravel Carpenters Station it Morcland pikes whole pike 25 rods gravel Turnersvillo it McKinney pike whole pike 15 rods gravel McKinney it Turuersville pike from John Murphys to McKinnoy 10 rOtli of it Hustonville pike Sec 1 from Stanford to fnrnorsvilla nll stone Sec 2 fromTurnorsvillo to Hustonvillo 25 rod steno Turncrsvillo it McConnacks Church pike Sec 1 iron Turnersvillo Sam Helms 10 rods gravel Sec 2 from Saul Helms to C Bishops H- rods gravel Sec ft from C Bishops to Stanford it Ivnoli Lick pike 10 rodi grncl Stanford itLancastcr pike Soo 1 from Stanfords city limit J to Jcj 11I- 1lano 10 rods stone Sec 2 from Iogana lane to Giirranl granrel McKinney it Cofleys Mill pike Sec from Mclvinney to old tollgat house 20 rods gravel Sec 2 from old tollgate house to Fairs hOIlSi11jC roel gravel Sec 3 from Fairs house to Mt SalolllO rods Mono Sec t- from Mt Salem to Casey line 30 rods stone CGunrantec companies accepted on bonds Hod of ttoiie or gravel consists of 225 cubic lent Hand broken stone must be on margin of section by Sept 15 All metal is to be measured by courts representative who may daigimt when and where it may he spread All moue furnished must be grey or blue limcalonu or quart and II1okclI- into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter The gravel must clear andl1int free from dirt and sand and that furnished on Sections and 2 tel Kinncy it ColleyaMill pike Turneraville it Jlclvinney piko and pikt lencling from John Murphys to McKinney must be from Green Diver The courts representative may reject any material not of proper size alit alityUidders must aiinouncunt the letting whether stone will ho broken by- hmul er crusher The wagons used in hauling metal truth crusher shall Iw asurcil by the courts representative brforc beginning work and shall IillecI full roundiug in the middle No metal shall he spread unless the courts representative is present The supervisor reserves the right to reject any nail nil bids Copies of bonds required can be obtained at the county clerks ollici A C DUNN Supervisor FOR SALE Knrmof Srtucris good Wo gus anti to Imrco liind li H4 acres of hump on It thl veur tho bulnncoln Kru Kiirin ono utile IniulndJoliM houo- IofSroouteknchenudekporcluutd cistern Fornenr J II I1t1I1AJLJt11o IiIlustonvllle Ky p r F UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made alrncs as good at now for a amount I cal flx your umbrella better than the tram repalrert and for lees money Give mel trial FRANK ATKIHS Stanford t FEBRUARY Y Clearance Sale I Mens 15 Suits cut to 1048 Mens 12 j 50 Suits and Overcoats cut to 848 Men 10 Suits and Overcoats cut to 748 Men 750 Suits and Overcoats cut to 448 A our Youths and Boys Suits and Overcoats r 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 see the Bargains we have for you before you buy elsewhereSAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY nn Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky Only Daily anti llreekly Published nt the Capital and the Dilly ono that ever took the Asaochited Preis HelortJC has relclltl hecn clllnr cct and greatly improved It of LOCA1 1 JoWS including that of the Court or Appeals Statefiscal Court rho Federal Court It is especially valuable to Lawyers Subscription yearly 8J Scud remittance to W P WALTON PROR Frankfort Kentucky the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January J 1906 24600000 A OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER iJ B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J B OW LIT Stanford II EIUMKR Stanford 0 W OAIITKK Turaorivllle W H CUMMIM IreaohurnTlllv L O OXKII W jnctburf W II TnATlin attcraru Greek It L lIuiuiLic Iancattler W 0 WAtkUt Stanford J n KotTKii Stanford W n SIIAXKH Stanford J II IAXTUN Stanfordr Wtt r Mieelfiilly solicit tho nrrounUnf IndlvldunU Klrmt and CorM rntlon llnnki nnu- 14lnkerumlurupretmnrlto furnUli All UKi llor such ncfoinmo lutloiu n roiittM nl with talf liniklnn Moilirii Hnfrty IWM ilt noses In our mult fur us of our uAlolIIn First NationalStanford Ky BankICaDttal Stock SSOOOOi TbUlottltntlon was orlKlnallj stabilshe0o- de the Depoilt Hank of Stanford In 1191 then reorganized ai the National hank of Stanford In I88S and again reorganized at the Pint National Ilatk of Stanford In 1811 having bad practically an uninter rupted exlitence tor 43 ears It It better supplied now with facllltiu for transact Inir builnett promptly and well than ever before In Hi longsad honorable career Accounts of IndlYlduals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Officers J 0 ItOUKEK 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