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THE INTERIO r JOURNAL N VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23 1906N0103 W MASON MORRIS Cashier of the Crab Orchard Ranking Cot president of tho Crab Orchard Commercial Club nmljintcrcstcd In Insurance and Real Estate A rising young man of tho East End Ho U 1 brollmor In law of Mr Jumcs F lint dam of this place KINGSVILLE Mr G A Walter has completed new warehouse near Ibis store Fount Dishon halt completed a new four roorr dwelling on Edmund Murphys lot near Kingsvlllo 4 Mrs Mnggio Bolen has been quite sick at the Walter hotel but is much improved Mr and Mrs Sam Connor and children wero the guests of her sis ter Mat William Carey en route to Illinois their future home Misses Mary and Amanda Thompson of Clar ence were guests of their brothers here Dr and Mrs Acton were In Lex ington moat week t Born to the wife of Mnrjon William tt little girl Mrs Wm Lane U threat ened with grip Miss Emo Carey hallI gone to Cairo so be with relative amI Jcsao D Wearento accept a position tho clover insurance man was hero last week J W Uoland of Burn lde was hero In the Intercut of n lumber Mrs Dan Hester and lionItocompany J are over from Stanford AW S torncy George Florence of Stanfonl was hero Friday attending court It A fanning of Danville was hero in tho Interest of hU firm Ho has ttSTtJ quite n number of musical IlUItrunilnH- here Mr and Mrs Manfred Chevo lette of tadlow wore recent guests of r relatives here M G Murphy our clover merchant has been Indisposed for a few days KILL TUB UNIT BiixIt Is hoped that the Senate has shelved the Unit good nnd all There Is not a IIbetter terpperanco man In all the State t than the writer lie is almost In the class of taste not touch not handle not but he that is to say we do not takes plan suggested to make up with every men temperate There is no juitico in permitting the county to dictate how tho town shall raise iu revenue The people of towns are doubly sometimes trebly taxed They pay the tax to support tho county wen as that to support tho municipality nnd they uro entitled to some rights not to be taken from them by tho county voters There- is no justice in allowing tho voters of Franklin county for instance to say whether saloons shall be licensed in Frankfort unless they ore willing to help bear tho additional taxation nec essary for expenses if that source of revenue is cut oil Why legislate in favor of the blind tiger anyway They uro sure to take tho place of saloons I that pay license if license is withheld We believe in homo rule nnd local op tlon and are sure n Democratic Legislature will not go against principles eo dear to every lover of libertyo Frankfort Journal Pirating Foloys Honey and Tart Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar us u throat and lung of tho greatremedy and on account merit and popularity otFoleys Honey nnd Tar ninny Imitations lire offered Thesd worthless Im or tho genuine Italians hove similar sounding notice Ilcwiro of them Tho genuine Foleys Honey and Tar Is In a yellow package Ask for It and rofusb anymibstltulo It Is tho lest remedy for coughs Mid colds Pennys Thug Store When uninvited guests arrive Tis then wo often feel Like setting out tho table with An uninviting meal The Best Physic When you want u physic that Is mild and gentle tasy to take and pleasant In effect take Chamberlains Stomach und Liver Tablets Prlco 25 cents Every box warranted Oct free sam plo at Dr W N Craigs the popular druggist at Stanford Ky and try toms WADEPKKKINS Secretary of the Crab Orchard Com mercial Club und nn Insurance und Itch Estate man He Is a ton of Mr W E Perkins Crab Orchard merchant prince and is n bright clever young man Ho Is n civil engineer by profes don nnd n good one he is A Tribute To Mrs J R Beazley Whereas it has pleased our dear Heavenly Father to remove from our midst our beloved sister Mrs James It Beazley who departed this life Feb 8 1900 we how In hum le submission to tho will of Him who doelh all things well We shall miss her sweet smile and cheering words in our meetings and her lovely voice from our choir but we be Novo that ojr dear young sister has gone to bo with the Lord which is tAr better It was her delight to meet with Gods people in Christian work At nn curly ago she gave herself to the Savior and for some time had been a faithful member of our aid society amour C B M Auxiliary She serv ed ono year as secretary of the aid society The sympathy of our society is ox tended to the precious little girl and the faithful husband und other bereaved onw May tho God of nil comfort sus tain them in this their great sorrow Und may they feel about them tho ov erb ling arms And since this one wo love is lying low Where human kisses can not reach her face Let us not blame the loving Father so Hut obedient raceIAnd if through patient toll wo reach the land Whore tired feet with sandals loose may rest Vhnw x shall clearly know and understand I think we will ay God knew the lest HUBBLE Wm Anderson has moved to the Ead farm near Stanford James McKcchnle Is improving his home with a system of water works We lira glad to note that the J J is still gathering now subscriptions at Hulble Pollct Alexander died at Lakeland i and was buried hero in the family bury ing ground Rid F M Tinder preached nn excellent sermon nt tho church Sunday on Character and Reputa tionMiss Bossie Kay Englcman of Stan ford has been the guest 1IS8 Levis Harris Morris Spoonamoro Is nthomo from Lexington- M II Eubanku and It L Hubblo shipped n carload of mules to Atlanta Saturday Mr Eubanks has returned and report a good sale Fanners are very busy preparing their ground for corn James McKech No sold his tobacco crop to Lancaster parties at 3 to 7c Silas Messer and S M sold their crops of to bacco at Cc nil around Dave tank In has moved to his farm which ho recently bought or W T Doo lin Dr Hicklo reports his pneumonia patients very Sam Har ris misfortune to cut off the end of his thumb in a cutting box Commoncoldsare Cause of Many Serious Diseases Physicians who have gained a nat ional reputation as analysts of the causo of various diseases claim that If catching Cold could IK avoided long list of dangerous nllmonts would novcr he heard of Every ono that pneumonia and consumption orig inate from acold and chronic catarrh bronchitis und all throat and lung trouble uro aggravated and rendered moiufiiTlous by each fresh attack Do not risk your life or take chances when you have a cold Chamberlain1 Cough llemcdy will euro It before those diseases develop This remedy con talns nd opium morphine or other harmful drug und has thirty years of reputation back of It gaited by Its cures under every condition For salo by Dr W N Craig tholollllnl drug gist at Stanford Ky NEWS NOTES Maysvlllo had ndeaths within 12 hoursJohn H Smock was crushed to death by n falling tree In Taylor county Samuel Thomas the largest manufacturer of pig Iron In the United States is dead at Catasaqua Pa Gambling and gnmblora must go sass Owcnsboros Mayor and he is backed by the City Council which looks fi id for the gamblers After Beet ig her property to Otto Durro with the provision that he give her a home Mrs Lena Frcimuth nged 87 fell dead at Evan vll Ind Gussio Hart an actress after spend ing tho evening with friends at an uptown cafo In Now York fell down n flight of 20 steps and was instantly kill ed Edward I Peck n prominent lumber merchant of Saginaw Mich fell from tho fourth floor of The Seelbach a Ix ulsvlllc hotel and was almost instantly killed- Elisha Howard was shot and instantly killed by his son in law Henry Turner at Turners home on Cano creek near Jackson Tho difficulty arose over a dispute regarding rent corn Five prominent women of Owings vine all officers of tho Union Temperance League will appear before tho grand jury of Bath county for the purpose of testifying against alleged violators of the local option law In honor of the 8Cth birthday anniversary of Susan B Anthony a luncheon was given at the Hotel Astor in New York by tho Intirurban Political Equality Council There were about 400 women present and several men At Evansville Ind three boys nil 11 years of age appeared In Police Court on n charge of drunkenness The Court agreed to dismiss the lads if their fathers would flog them This was done a cateo nine tails being employed Strange woman applied at tho home of Henry Bcchcler Warren county for lodging and during the night she gave birth to a child Later it was dis covered she was the wife of a Scott vine man and while temporarily insar c wandered from hom- eAugustBerndt 12 years of age was shot and killed by his uncle William Bcrndt 18 years oldat tho boys homo at Rochester N Y The uncle had been reading yellow novels and was illustrating according to his own admission how heroes fight Ho forgot tho revolver was loaded Mrs William Conley and her young son were burned to deaths at their homo in Robertson county The child was playing with n box of matches which ignited and before tho mother reached him he was burned to a crisp While trying to put out the fire the mothers clothing took fire nnd she was so badly burned that she died n toy minutes later Tho Supreme Court of the United States dismissed the case of tho State IIoC Kentucky vs tho Mutual Security Life Insurance Company of Bingham ton N Y and the Travelers Insur ance Company of Connecticut involv lag the Kentucky State law invalidate fag business licenses granted to for elgn Insurance companies which re move to Federal courts suits brought against them in the State courts The decision was based on the ground that tho licenses have now expired thus rendering tho cases moot questions A Habit to Bo Encouraged The mother who has acquired the habit of keeping on hand n bottlo of Chamberlains Cough Remedy saves herself u groat amount of uneasiness thud anxiety Coughs colds unit croup to which children are susceptible are quickly cured by Us usp It counter nets any tendency of a cold to result In pnuuntunih and If given as soon as tho first systems of croup appear it will prevent tho attack This remedy contains nothing Injurious and moth ers give It to little ones with n fooling or perfect security Sold by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky Coatis CUiIEnCorn Exit will posi tively remove corns In four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and wo 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 scents and nothing if a perfect euro is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Lame Back This ailment Is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles timid may ho cured by applying Chamberlains Pain Halm two or three times a day and rubbing tho parts vigorously at each application If this docs trot af ford relief bind on a piece of Hanoi slightly dampened with Pain Halm and quick relief Is almost sure to fol low For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stanford Ky IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The warehouse of Voris Bros at Burgin was destroyed by fire A big- 10toC hemp burned The infant of Mr and Mrs D N Ewing died at Parksville from swallow ing a grain of coffee ProC W C Grinsteads homo nt Danville was damaged 1000 by fire which started in the kitchen Bertha Phillips the 13 year old daughter of John Phillips of Shelby City is dead of typhoid fever Mrs Anna Kinnaird sold to G W Chestnut her residence on Lexington avenue for 10500Advocate Elmer Taylor who killed James Monroe also colored In Sam Bastins store at East Bernstndt was given n life sentence Dewitt Lee aged six was awarded 1000 damages against tho Southern Railroad by the Mercer circuit court The little fellow was hurt In a wreck Following the unsuccessful attempt of heirs to break tho will of Mrs S P Lees of New York the executors of tho estate have forwarded to the Central University in Danville a check for 40000 this being the amount left unconditionally by Mrs Lees U tho Institution The historic courthouse of Harrods burg will soon be a thing of the past Tho grand jury In a rather sensations report to Circuit Judge Bell condemned the present county buildings and recommended tho erection of a new courthouse There is now 19000 in the county treasury and with a little efTo it can soon be built James Quesenberry of Danville has commenced an action seeking to Invalidate the will of his father J M Quesenbcrry The son and daughter were each left 5 Mrs Qucscnberry not being mcntipned in the will the balance of tho large estate of the testator going to his brother J W Quesenberry of Wayne county The jury in the Mercer circuit court returned a verdict for 8000 damages against the Southern Railway in favor of Reb E Goddard the wcll know horseman Last summer Goddard tell over a stone wall at the depot at liar rodsburg while leading horses for shipment to a fair and brpke his shoulder and otherwise injured himself At u former trial the jury awarded him 5 000 but tho case was reversed by the court of appeals Being troubled with mice in the rear of the store one of Durham Cecils clerks set a trap in the implimcnt department and when he looked for the trap it could not be found Later in- tho day however when one of the clerks was showing somo wares 15 or20 feet from where the trap was set the trap was found At first it appeared that the mice had been too smart and the trap had failed in its purpose but upon closer examination it was found to contain the heads only of three mice Rats had eaten tho mice with tho exception of the heads and so doing they lire supposed to lavo dragged the trap from tho place where it was setDar ville News HUSTONVILLE Dr Barker had a hurried call Satur Jay to his father who lives in Wayne and who had broken his leg No particulars were given The doctor is expect ed home this week Mr George A Prewitt returned Sunday from New Mexico lie hM losl eight pounds since ho left homo and his health has not improved as ho hoped nor as it did on his previous trip Miss Frances Adams was at horn Sunday with relatives Miss Alic Dryo has gono to Cincinnati to accept a position in a millinery house Miss Alice Spratt a ladys tailor of considerable reputation who uses a system of measurements that never fail tc fit guarantees satisfaction She lives on the black pike near N II Cones and would bo glad to have a trial order of spring sewing The Siberian bloodhound pups of Lair Brown distinguished themselves last week by their work on their first job proving conclusively their ability to fol low cold trails more successfully than any known species of blood hounds They were given a trail about 11 A aL that was made In tho forepart of the night before about 15 hours old and without a misstep followed it across streams alleys and streets into tho yard and located the property to which the party confessed and the owner iden tined as belonging to him For Biliousness and Sick Headache rake Urine Laxative Fruit Syrup It sweetens tho stomach aids digestion and acts as a gentle stimulant on tho liver and tho bowels without Irritating these organs Orlno Lnxntlvo Fruit Syrup cures biliousness and habitual constipation Does not nauseate or gripo amt is mild und plousan tto take Remember tho naino OKINO und refuse to accept any substitute Pennys Drug Store Musical Merchandise Violihs Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Actcordeons Concerlinas Harps Har monophories Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor ColumbiaYUptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Mr J B Finley w Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky A Few Jars of Heinz Preserves and Ap= pie Butter At Cost 14 H HIGGINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY I Prepare For 1906 COAL AND WOOD White Oak Camiol East Tennessee Jellies 110 Jollico Mountain Ash Jellico Barren ForkrPKKD Wheat Straw Millet Hay Millet Straw Timothy Jimmy Mixe r Hay Corn Oats Bran ShipstufF Big4 Mixed Barley BEST COW PEED ON THE MARKET Big4 Mixed Fee l Ground Corn Oats Bran and Barley for 75c per sack till Xmas Wo have t Crusher and can grind anything iu the feel line Give us your order GENTRY KENNEY DANVILLE liY ai snuosaaoaosaasats tasasatte i Cook Stove BargainI I 1 SECONDHAND STEEL RANGE IX FIRST ORDER n rap largo oven high shelf closet Will last ns long as a nAr one Iwarming throe times the price 1200 IUIIII p SEI I 5 H ALDRIDCEH- E AX1 TINNER PLlMBER PlMl AND tTRNACE PHONEMG DEPOT STREET STANFORD I ssrarrtos tarim ot BUY YOUR Collars Hames Collar PadsS Backbands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets GrubJToolsicfrom George DP Hopper StanfoKy t Hardware Groceries Tinware Queensware Tiling Etc staT GOODS LOWEST PRICES f C2y fd The Interior Journal r E C WALTON THE Democratic Committee of the Fourth Congressional district at a meeting in Louisville called a primary for Saturday Juno 2 for the nomir lion of a candidate for Congress to succeed the Hon D H Smith who has declined to stand for reelection Gus W Richardson of Meade county and T Scott Mayes of Washington county announced they would not enter the which leaves Ben Johnson oC county a clear field If no jrace candidate is announced by May primary will be declared off THE Beard bill proposing to create county of Beckham from parts 1the counties of Brcckinridgc Ohio 1 and Grayson was Indefinitely t by the Kentucky Statut committee of the House of Represent lives which action virtually kills the measure as it will not be heard Crom again during the present sessoin LOUISVILLE is to be a goodygoody city Theatres have been ordered closed on Sundays and other such moves are being made Meanwhile the saloons keep open on the Sabbath and sell as mean red whisky as ever made a red nose or spoiled a happy home Cot sistency is a jewel the Falls City know i not of it seems to us TUB passage of the act appropriating 40000 for the Jamestown Expo sition by the Senate 1s most commendable and the House will do itsel credit by helping even this small sun the mother of States and statesmen to fittingly celebrate an event which meant so much to the people of this country rJUDGE JOHN W HUGHES a splendid gentleman and hardworking democra of Harrodsburg will more than likely be a candidate for Congress He is being importuned to make the race and will likely accede to the wishes of his friends He is at present county judge of Mercer THE Frankfort Journal makes this admirable suggestion Now let Mrs Alice Roosevelt Longworth drop out of the public gaze until another interesting event IT is said there are more than 12500 Jogs in Kentucky At 1 each they will bring considerable revenue into the treasury POLITICAL D W Clark editor of the Mountain Advocate has been appointed publi administrator of Knox county The Senate at Washington passe the amended Hey burn Pure Food bill by an almost unanimous vote t H Clay Evans has announced his J willingness to accept the Republican nomination for Governor of Tennessee A L Denny Representative frbn i Wayne county may be a candidate for t Congress against Congressman Ed wards Silas L Wilson has been appointee at Lorenz Pulaski county Spann at Spann Wayne ipostmaster motion in the House to call Unit Local Option bill Statutes Committee l was lost by a vote of 48 to 35 a two j thirds vote being necessary After a service of over 20 years m Congress from Ohio Gen Charles H t Grosvenor the sago of Athens was 1defeated for renomination on the first iballot by Albert Douglas of Chilli l Under the terms of a bill introduced I v in Congress by Representative Southall f the President is to appoint a committee 1topass upon the advisability of ana park in the neighborhood of Pe 1 tersburg Va- Congressman Cromer of the Eighth Indiana district has refused to pay the assessment of 3750 levied by the district Republican Committee for primary election expenws and has appealed to the State Chairma- nIt is probable that Representative Henry D Flood of Virginia will be 1elected chairman of the Democratic Committee which will have the management of the Democrat campaign for the House this fall Here and There 4The race horses owned by Lillian the actress are entered on English turf under the nomne de- E1the Mr Jersey for which ilege a fee of 150 must be paid She has very good success with her horses The annual meeting of the State Y M C A at Lexington yes and concludes Sunday It will ttcrdayl of tho most sessions in the history of the organization in KentuckyThe of W T Vernon col- oredi of Kansas to be register of the treasury has been held up In Sen ate Finance Committee at the request of Senator Tillman Charges preferred against Vernon By the wreckin of a fast freight on theL N at Nortonsville Engineer r Reuben Whitzell of Howell Ind was killed and the engine and five cars of merchandise were demolished Whit sell leaves a bride of a few months t It ddes taYJaimer MATRIMONIAL In Laurel county Joseph L Elkir aged 43 and Miss Nancy Mi Caudill sweet 16 were joined heart and hand The marrnige of Miss Minnie Dykes of Richmond to Hanlcy Nippert oC Cincinnati was a surprise to thcr Camden aged 19 and Miss Rosa McAninch 18 both of the Mt Salem section celebrated Washington birthday by getting married Garrett A Sullivan of Versatile and Miss Margaret Magoflln Moberly were married at Harrodsburg Tho bride is the handsome daughter of Mrs W J Poteet After more than years of happy married life Samuel Trueblood and his wife Mrs Priscilla Trueblood old residents of Washington county Ind were buried in one grave Tho double funeral service was held in the Friend church near Salem and the burial win the Friends graveyard near by Now andThen Some thorough andcareful physlcln invents in his practice somespeolal medicine that proves so universal successful whenever prescribed that ho proceeds to place it before the public to bo reached by tho newspapers This is tho history of Dr Caldwell laxative Syrup Pepsin For years prescribed by Dr W H Caldwell tor constlpatioh and all disorders of liver stomach and bowels it was a lust manufactured on a largo scale and Is now the most successful med Iclne in the world for these diseases A pure scientific tonic laxative syrup pleasant to take and pertect In results Try It Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Huston ville at fiOc and 91 Money back If It fails- FOR SALEMy residence store and farm at Quail Ky seven miles southwest of Brodhead Ky Residence has five rooms and hall and all necessar outbuildings Store has a small stock of drugs and groceries and post oflic connected with daily mail There is a splendid two room tenement house onI farm conveniently located Farm consists of 75 acres Fifteen acres in woodland and sixty acres in high stat of cultivation all under fence My farm is one of the best improved in the county situated in a good neighbor hood whithin 200 yards of saw and grist mill one half mile ofschool house one mile from Providence church This place would be an admirable location for a doctor or anyone wishing to engage in the mercantile business For terms address D E Proctor M D Quail Ky 3t The seventeenyearold daughter of a certain Wallstreet man recently visit ed for the first time the fine farm In Dutchess county for the past year own ed by her father The girl Immediately cecame greatly interested In theprize cattle tht are especial pride of her parent and she asked many questions relative to their breeding etc One evening just at dusk as the gir was standing on the veranda of the farmhouse talking to the manager here came the low mournful note of a cowJust listen to that poor cow sail the girl to the manager mewing for her coltHarpers Weekl- yTwiceTold ales Some tales never lose In the telling and the tale of good that Dr Cald cllslaxatlve Syrup Pepsin will and loes do to all poor dyspeptic bilious ufTercrs is one of them It positive Ily relieves and cures all forms of In llgestlon starts up the languid liver regulates tho constipated bowels and stares tho entire system to a perfect onditlon of health Try it Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W dams Hustonvlllo at COc and SI buoy back if It falls t The word schooner is of American manufacture Andrew Robinson built the first vessel of that name at Gloucester Mass about 1713 As it slid off the stocks into the water a ystander shouted Oh how she scoons ikims Robinson instantly said A scooner let her be The name has been universally adopted but singularly enough it is spelled in the Dutch manner though it is prpvincial English A Womans Martyrdom Is too often her own fault simply because she wont take sutllclcnt trouble to try a medicine that BO many lousamls of women enthusiastically commend viz Dr Caldwolls lax live Syrup Pepsin This bland soothIn curative medicine regulates disordered functions of stomach liver bowels etc and soon restores sick omen to perfect health Try it Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvllle at fXc and 81 loney back If it fails A wellknown judge fell down a flight of stairs recording his passage r a bump on every stair until he reached the bottom A servant ran to hl upiiiI your honor is not hurt myhBy the vote of Speaker Lawrence the house passed the bill placing the county school system under a of education The fight was the sharpest and closest of the legislative session so far l v CRAB ORCHARD Col J W Guest has sold one of his farms to Mr Alfred Davis Mrs Lizzie Carter of Rowland Is visiting relatives here Tier many friends are glad to know she is able to be out again after a long illness Man rice Perkins and J IL Collier bought loads of goods while in Cincinnati Rev W H Elliott of Sulphur will preach at tho Baptist church next Sunday Every one cordially invited All members of the Christian church are requested to be present as there is Important business to bo attended to CHURCH MATTERS It is estimated that the Missou largestIworld The Midway Baptist church has just extended call to Rev Wm E Gwat kin of Troy 0 as successor to Rev H B Folk recently resigned A Bible that is supposed to have once belonged to Shakespeare dated 1614 and an imprint of the second edition of the King James version brought 1000 at an auction sale in London It contains two signatures of Shakespeare Washington JrYes father I hopped down the cherry tree I cannot tell a lie- Washington SrThats all righ George but remember in future Id have you tell a lie than chop down a cherry tree A forest fire driven by a heavy galo rom the mountains is raging in the oothills two miles west of Colorado iprings Three gold reduction plants ralued at 3000000 are in tho direct path of the flames Fire fighters have gone to the scene on a special train President Roosevelt in a letter to Dr Minor Morris in regard to the recen arrest of Mrs Morris at the White louse asserts that the action of th fficerswa3 justified The Senate Committee on Corporations has decided that express companies shall be under the control of the State Railroad Commisson- A woman is terribly shocked whir she tells a friend something that ha been told her in confidence to lean hat the friend knows all about it Men Past Sixty in Danger More than half mankind over sixty ears of ago suffer from kidney and ladder disorders usually enlargement of postate gland This is both painful end dangerous and Foleys Kidney Cure should be taken at the first sign of danger as it corrects Irregularities and has cured many old nen of this disease Mr Rodney Burnett Hock Port Mo writes I suffered will nlargcd prostrate gland and kidney trouble for years and after taking two jollies of Foleys Kidney Cure I feel setter than I have for twenty years although I am now 01 years old Pen iys Drug Store NOTICE iTo Judge UU Wnrrvn Judge of the tln tountv court and W H County Ittorney of Lincoln county You lire iiToby notllUil that I apply to the Ilonnt of Prison CommlMlonur lit their ext mr tliiu to grunt mo o parole Joo laydfii Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy readymiule clothing wllln there Is ollttli illtUrcneo In the price of high IIrlldll mulymndu Milta nml a milt iniiilH tour measurement token by an uxpiTlenctnl tllllor1 1 have a handsome Iliio of Kail and Inter goal I ran make froth a low price lIu IrIlM MUlt to the finest dross suit Afro wriout trousers aid fancy vuit Tho impnny I represent Isonu of the bust II u KUPLBY tou Tailor KKICE OK GARLANI SixaurroN Supt Schools of Lincoln Co January 10 1OC White8 Concentrated Water Co Grub Orchard Ky Gentlemen I have been a stiller er from ncuto indigestion and constipation for years After having tried trious remedies and receiving no rel- icf J decided to try your Crab Orchard Concentrated Water After using mule for two mouths Ican iithfully say that I feel better than I havo for years I want to say that it IB tho greatest remedy out for in gestion constipation and other liked eases I cheerfully recommend this water to all sufferers Respectfully OAKLAND SNOIJ roN For sale by all druggists Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agentst Grab Orchard Ky Wo Lire prepared to write Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado Ami solicit tho ImslntKS of the citizens tho Knit land Nono but the best coinpaii 101 reprc entid Oflico with Crab Orchard Banking Co- wn R talk with your In lurllnce oe renewing old policies Mit your property with us and wo soil It- tor you charging you only a small percent 4t err I I ssttrs tssereeaetr I Another Cut In Prices I V I olrI Our very liberalrednctinu in tho price of Overcoats made them move twell we are prompted to mako as liberal a cut in the following leo Edge Sting irnofftvo llticklo Felt Boot reduced from sito lemeI same boot with ono buckle reduced from Jr 0 to 82 One buckle Iwithout tho felt 8150 An nil Rubber Arctic from 8170 Jo S110 JhoU fn m 8125 to 81 Roval Silk Ilush Underwear t 8150 to 81 Wrights Wool Fleeced front 81 to 75c All fiOe goods go at Ore A lot of r 2fc Mcus Shirts and dnnvors to oloso at tile hens and Koyi 2io Cap whittIcnr warmers for lot I No TrashAIINew Goods Sue Theme IeI I t H J MCR0BERTS1 ft I STANFORD KYI L ratetasill- e r 1Idiv4 ARK RSIlnxiioccf lototi IflYel Fall to flair to U YoutbrnlColorCuiw KUp ojA S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store it the Owsley Building For Sale Privately My house acre of Und sUuated Just outRide of town limps on the Bomtnt pike house hi 7 rooms kitchen and set- vast s room Rood cellar itabln and a1l oecettary outbuilding Water hydrant 10 the yard and one for stock J P nAILRY Jesse W Sweeney FROPBlBTOn Livery Fotd and Salo StaWo Lancaster Ky Qorsti wellfed and cared for Up tt date rlllI At retfonitble ra- teINSURANCE Fire Lightning WlndHtorm Itfn and Accident Olllt luttlns HTHUNOKHT and IlKHTOompanle IlvpruivnUil Lowotpoa ilblo IOiU lullrllnt 1uylnKltvc ordlUnv lunllfl Thlk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ilpildcnca Phone No SI NEW LIVERY STABLE BTO2E k CLABKSOM Inn JUNCTION CITY KY rirttOUm Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Attention to Traveling Men Grain and nay For Sal- sA Special Bargain Ono hundred sand sixty acre fnrtn about 0 lilies Nortwvut of Htaniord Ciood two stnry Jrooin dwelling n uplendld stock llIrlloll- of tho IKHI watervd farina In till rauuty j nil outbuildings Hplendld oroluinl ulncresIn lilueuruii nvvvr heat plowed ring whole fiirni Joys well ind there U no viiHto loud on It five idles from Uanvllli1 anal In n splendid cointnunlty ThIs U n Mirgaln must bu told within tbe nextm dnyi IJU locust posts can lottenoff of turn IonseiiRlonulycnutonci Ior mrtleulnraxwJnllll or luijhfH Htanford K- yINSURANCE Your house may never burn You ire sure to die See mill talk with 11 M Newland who will show you the mlicy beat adapted to your ngo and irciuu8tance Claims paid prompt Iy Dividends paid annually or defer rLl II 1t NKWUVND Agent Iiitual Life Ingnranco Co of N Y Organized 1813 Oar71 Traylor DiALin m Whl5tn Brandy Wines Beer Clears Etc Oarptnttr Houte Oloi to STANFORD YI bulIt Pennys Pennys Pennys Are You One Of ThemI P ENNYS HARMACY Has a Multitude of PLEASED PATRONS GET THE HABIT PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky JUST RECEIVED Large Shipment o- fRanges t Call and See Them o OEOnOEli FARRIS Stanford Kentuck- yHEADQUARTERS FOR THE EAST END FOR t American Woven Wire Fence 1 Oliver Plows and Plow Harness IJ W B Perkins 2 Crab Orchardt = t VERY SPECIAL 0 Lour HO inch full Linen Lawn nt 25c Alto the 00 inch heavy Linen Suiting nt 2oc We bought quantities of these to get them cheap It par to put your work on linen I STAVVO1ID Kvt FIII 21 1900 JnU8SIAN Corn Curo removes corns In lOc Icnnya Drug Store t 4PERSONALS Mns J P HOLDAM is with herslatcr lit at Crab Orchard Bonn to the wife of Sterling Curtis on Tuesday a ton- G W MARTIN of Corbln is with his parents nt Rowland MRS S D GADS is visiting her par ents at Mill Springs l MR J It NUNNEUEY has joined his wlfo at Mr P R Nunnellcys Misses CLARA COOPKU and Jennie visited Hustonvillo fricmU Buirii GuULANi and wifo re from Howling Green yesterday MARY SIIKIUY of Arcadia ic her sister Mrs P M MKoborts HKTTIC Wooroiti of Williams burg is the guest of Mrs Lcvl Mycra l Ceo MKNKFKB Is over from George town college to upend a few days with tho homcfolki 4 TUB Married Peoples Social Club- will meet this evening with Mr nnd- Mra P MMclloberts- CounTY ATTORNEY HUKCII sulTercd n slight relapse the early part of the week- and r Is not quite so well as he was last- EMIIIIY whoso critical illness f was mentioned last Issue is doing nice I ly and his doctors are very hopeful for Jt recoveryMR H MARTIN Ilockcastlea grand old man was hero on husinesa this week He wns the guest of his friend Marshal R G Jones MISSES EARL AND HANNAH At have been visitURIDGB of this place lag Mrs Durham and Misses Sallie and I co Herring near Mnrksbury f MR CLARKNCB COLEMAN and wife of Louisville leave tonight for a trip- to Oklahoma and Kansas Mr C will send this paper nemo letters during hit absence OJMR J II BOONB wa up from Som Wednesday and yesterday Ho Is t delighted with his prospects at Pulas f kli capital Mr Walter Everett also an old Stanford man accompanied Mr Boone Mn ANt MRS S M OWENS gave n delightful 6 oclock dinner Monday In honor of the 21st birthday of their son Bowman Owens who by the way is one of tho best young men In the coun J iy Some 16 couples were present and- tho occasion warn n most enjoyable one MRS WILLIAM WAHUBN and daugh ter Miss Lctitin will leave tomorrow morning for Lexington to bo tho guests of Mrs John J Hutchinson While In Lexington Mrs Warren will attend the Gen Washington reception given by the Lexington Chapter D A K Advocate LOCALS driver and PONY FOR SALEGood gentle Call or write this ofllcc AlL kinds of plantslettuce rod dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard CAR of feed oats cur seed oats just artiest J H Bnughmnn Co prescriptions to Dr W BRING your j N Craig for low prices and best ser vice M SBB our lino of granite ware which is guaranteed for 10 years George H Farris READ J W Accy livery advertise ment and think of him when you want Farm wagon harness 1 plows cutting box corn sheller A G llultman JUST in big lot of cannel cbal which I am selling at IGJc per bushel W S Wiglmm Moreland to Wilkinsons r to get your clothes IGo nnd repaired A skilled Cincinnati workman is in charge t woman cook nt once to No night work Box 103 Corbin ONLY five moro days of tho prettiest the recollection of the oldest i Inhabitant Then we will have March with Its wind Kinggsvllo Stanford LosT between a ladys gold watch Elgin move l ment with EG engraved on case Suitable reward for Its return to the l owners Miss Elizabeth M Creghton Klngsvi1e r j LOT cheap wall paper just in Trib bio Pence JUST received anew amt line of clocks W H Mueller LOST between cemetery and W R Dcnhnms a horse collar No 17 Re ward This olllco D C SirilB has for sale nt his sloro at Jumbo shingles nnd locust posts nt the lowest market price J A moldhis place near the old toll gate on the Hustonvillo pike to Dr J F Peyton for 450 THE house and contents ot Theodore Bastin near Wnyncsburg burned Origin of the firo is not known L3n1FOR RENT Tho storeroom on cuter street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office SEP the elegant lino of bottled pick les of every kind tomato sauce catsup olives etc at Mrs W S Jones A Goon job printer who can feed n cylinder press can get a position by Immediate application at this office FOR RENTRi and Hampton property on Logan Avenue For particu mars see Mrs Hampton or call phone 83 MR J W ACEY of Stanford was here this week and bought a lot of buggies for his livery stabloDanvill News FOR SALE OR R DK Van Arsdalos residence Possession given at once Apply to L R Hughes Stan ford Ky WASHINGTONS birthday was observed by the banks nnd partly by tho post office Rest of us put in tho usual number of hours at work man from Stanford to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids Ia SAM McCLURB moyears ago n prosperous Rockcnstlo county farmer it in jail nt London charged with sell ing whisky Cull as his friends call him begun his downward career by drinkONLY e the sanction of the fiscal court of Lincoln county now stands in the way of tho building of tho electric lines from Stanford to ScotUvIIle says n Manville dispatch to the Louisville Times Thanks for this bit of infor mation Our fiscal court however stands not in the way for the sale of tho franchise for nn interurban line was confirmed by that court Saturday last KINNAIKD William H Kinnard aged Slit years died at Lancaster after a long illness For n quarter of a century he was cashier of the Lancaster National Bank and wns considered of the best financiers in Central Kentucky II at the time of his retirement He was a great church worrier and Sundayschool organizer and was a good roan Besides his widow he leaves several grown children among whom are Capt W J and A M Kin nnird Middlcsboro and Dr J B Kin mind of Lancaster Tho interment took place in the Lancaster cemetery ycstetday afternoon FOREIGN MISSIONARY RALLY There will bo a Foreign Missionary Rally in tho Christian church hero on Thursday March 1st It will begin nt 10 oclock in the morning and continue until 12 It will resume at 2 and close at 4 The exercises will consist of addresses conferences songs nnd prayers NoI address will exceeded minutes in In tho conferences the talks will be limited to one minute All the Chris- an churches within easy reach of Stanford have been invited to send representatives Most of the ministers of these churches will be present The services will bo in charge of President McLean of Cincinnati DrC C Drummond of India will be present and will speak A full program will will appear next issue Tho building will be adorned with maps and charts These show the religious condition of the world and are worth going a long stance to sec There will bo no call for cash contributions or for pledges The general public is cordially invited Those who cannot spend the entire day may be able to attend part of tho day The doors will be open and people can come and go at pleasure This Rally will be a great service Those who miss it will miss a great deal w DONT ENVY YOURNEIGH = BOR If else is n beautiful figure You can have n good figure too if you wear the American Lmly Corset This very popular corset for swell dressers is more sought after than ever Wo have them in tho new shapes viz The Girdles Short Corset Long Fel low and Ex LOllgTct us show you 81 to 150 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY II IIynn lgsnCV 1VANTEnclasa WANTEDBrighthonestyoung CIIICKLETS at W H Higgina FULL stock of p torlalpatterns nt L M Huey Cos WE have good stoekoall grades of coal on hand J II Baughman Co G W LUNSFORD hasopened n general store at Nccdmoro and nska the patronage of the public LOST between my store and the depot a leather watch fob with pearl buckle and horse head Reward R L Warner SOME CO or GO of r our people have agreed to becomo members of a Commercial Club and one will be organized here in the next few days IP you want to yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concen trated Crab Orchard Water for sale by W B McRoberts G L Penny and W N Craig It will do the work CLARK Mrs Martha Clark wife of the gentleman who rented Miss Mattie Tribblea farm died yesterday of kidney trouble The remains will be shipped to Mayslick this morning for inter menu I NAVE myaccounts in the hands of City Marshal R G Jones for collection You will please see him and get a receipt for what you owe me I mus have my money and will bo compelled to sue for it if not paid It at once J II Boone EVIDENTLY the ground hog did not see his shadow The sun shone beauti fullly on Feb 2nd but the little scamp must not have looked out for most of the weather since has been fine Yesterday was clear andcoola beautiful winter tiny- Clnculr COURT begins Monday with a light docket there being only 20 cas es added since the November term There are 80 Commonwealth cases 3G oldordinary eight ordinary appear ances 12 equity appearances and 81 old equity cases There are five suits for divorce YOUR attention is called to the adver- tIsement of Harry Jacobs the Waynes burg monument man He has had 21 years experience in the tombstone business and is an artist in his line Write to him if you are thinking of buying a monument tombstone or mdrker Mr R D Padgett fs his tray cling salesman A LADY friend of this paper in tic East End bends us to pay her subscription and adds This will help you buy your wife an Easter bonnet We are very thankful both for the money and good suggestion but as the larder and pantry each have a distressing appearance we shall apply the William to replenishing them and take the chances on the old lady getting her Easter headgear at some more oppor tune time THAT the interurban railroads are an advnntnge to the farmers is easily dem onstrated The land in a county which has good railroad facilities sells higher quality considered than It docs in a county which has no railroads for ex ample tho river bottom lands in Casey county produce moro corn to the acre than the lands of Lincoln yet the av erage land in Lincoln county sells high er thou the best lands in Casey Corn sells cheaper in Casey than In Lincoln for lack of transportation The same Is in n large measure tuo of livestock highelIa on a road that will not kill his stock burn his grass nnd crops with his side track at his front gate on which to load his products and stock and at which same can be received certainly he has n convenience that adds value to every acre of his land in double the ratio that a turnpike docs to the dirt road Thore fore the farmer who has set his fence out on the highway and who has acquired no rights to the land by so doing can well afford to set his fences back If for instance ho has set his fence out 10 feet on tho right ofway and his land rents n mile on the highway he has the use of a little moro than an acre of lund worth from 50 to 75 If hoI owns 700 acres of land and by reason ofC the construction of the interurban roads land increases in value only 250 per acre and it will easily add 10 per acre it is a blessing and the farmer who has the road on his side of the pike haa a double blessing tie lea a ITilE horse belonging to tho Stanford Water Light Ice Co ran away Wednesday The wagon it was hitched to contained lot of globes and other electric light fixtures and when these fell out there was a considerable crash The antic of the horse cost the company several dollars- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS In letting time contracts for gravel to be furnished and spread on the roads thegravel will bo hauled direct from the pit or gravel bed and not banked on the side of the road There will be no rehandling of gravel Contractors will bear this in mind in making their bids The supervisor will announce this on the day of the letting Contractors will come pre pared to give their bonds with good personal security R C Warren judge A Card This is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money if Foleya Honey and Tar falls to cure your cough or cold It stops tho- cough heals tho lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe cough and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains noopiates Tho genuine Is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug StoreEGGS EGGS EGGS Plymouth Hock Kltvvr nml lllfick tanghnu tit IIIr setting of Eggs lIelNrNI mar f charge to Htnnfortl IiiiKiicter or Crllh Orebnru Those Intrr Mini un linlteU to elslt my jnn nml 0 my stock Mr View Poultry Font lnuchcrsvIlleley J W ACEY Proprietor LIVELY fiND FEED STflBbE Stanford Kv All lUg NEW and Neat Special allen non to trTellng men A share of jour patronage is solicited J 11 Ilooue old itftod oa Pep t St IMione No Waynasburg Marble and Gran ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor IKnl r In nod Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble IUil letter nSiKclnlty Ollloo nnd works Wnynemiurff Ky It llidKett Aft o gMoNo WWH WHITES PoiMqRk S PURITY GUARANTEED A peculiar property that distin guishes Whites Concentrated from nil other mineral waters is its certain and positive nctlon upon tho liver and kid neys tho two joint organs through whoso moans tho rholo system is kop in a healthy condition This water Is a certain cure for Dyspepsia Constipa ion Headache anti all diseases caus ed by n Torpid Liver Head what tho Into Dr Luke P Blackburn whose reputation as a physician and philanthropist is worldwide said in regard to this water in tardy motives anti constipation of tho low els It excels all other remedies known to tho profession Crab Orchard Con centrated Water will euro moro diseas es than an remedy I ever used To Whom It May Concern 1 have used Crab Orchard Concentrated Wa tel and Salts in my practice for 40 years Iud consider them the finest reined ios on the market as a laxative nnd purgative und when taken in broken doses a good alterative for Indigestion Dyspepsia and Constipation It Is an excellent remedy W M DOORUS M D Crab Orchard Ky There is no Crab Orchard Suits nor Crab Orchard Concentrated Water ox copt that mudo at Crab Orchard Ky All others are counterfeit Do sure you call for Whites Diamond Brand Our goods all bear the above trade marie Accept no other Our goods are guaranteed pure and unadulterated For sale by all druggists r NEW GOODS jGilt Belts Overlnce for waist White Mohair for Skirts White Wool Serge for Skirts White Mercerized Material for Waists LJDIS T Just a Word About Spring Footwear r Our new Spring Shoes and Oxfords are of ex t ceptional Beauty both as to Style and Work 1I1an hip QUEEN QUALITY Shoemakers seem to have had special inspiration in their work and we promise you more perfect specimens ot the shoemakers art than you ever saw Queen Quality sets the styles Dont think of buying Spring Shoes until you have seen the Queen Quality line Oxfords 8250 and 83 Boots 83 and 6350 Other makes 150 to 2 CUMMINS Be McCLARY t s + HIIIIII J 1111I1 U 11IIII111 HIIIISISIIII U II UUt U NEW LINE OF t- T SILKSAnd r AllOver laces f For aiIAlso New Lot of j Stamped Linen Cor I i set Covers tt I AND WAIST PATTERNS j i See our Windows tit i Eggs taken at highest market price i in exchange for goods L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Five and Ten Cent Ware r Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IThe Interior Journal Entered in the Post Ojfiee at Stanford IU 1eond claranatkr TOnUMIIRD TUKfWAYH AND VJtIUWH AT 100 PER YEAR CASH EF When not so paid S200 will be charged l E D Peyton DEALKH IN tStaple and Fancy Gro Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford New Hustonville Firmrr- fnvingboughti of McOorninelc AlVncock 1hclr OrtKerl otcyweeolteltaa- hnrtl of the pntrunn ort pip Ve nlso ho In connection n Dully feat Market and Lunch Counter AVo will hutcher stuff nt highest marke- tmAfurnlhyoiwithttiwbedIwonliobuy Jt all kind of country j HIH1IOI A MIlH HtHlonvllks Ky t r r BD CARTER Successor to Bruce tit Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage II toUched Horici on commission Stock Pens In Connection PEFFER5 aNERVICOR RESTORATIVES CURES N youso l physicaleentalnugnetlimi the tru tII of perfect manhood To attain tbU the flr t roiuilt it CjnwPEFFERS anilmeat Calm Nrnaare Ncnrua Obllltir ralllnf Mmrir Vital wet- eu Pritrtlwi SKpluni and other truubieadu to OTrrworkiVmofclnirdniff and other cauMa rich healthy blood InwaeteduerreaKqnAltr rood for wnmrn JlnoUe fro IYIa 1100 a IIOL BlxforKoopo9tpald WIth a guar ante to ronIlr noc or urn MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s A FOB BAU AT PEMNTB OBUO BTOBK Je L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MuttinggRugg They rwillexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 e tCeClary tUndertaker Embalmer and Dealer in IIarne3Saddlery 1cf STANFORD IENTUCKY Ofllc 1hfne 161 nome PhOueSS GOOD for OLD and YOUNG Augnit Flower keeps the children healthy and at rone Pull of vigorand frolic the whole day lone So when Mamma needs more they rush off In t high glteImet Inability to get up brisk and fresh in tile wonting of nppetite pallor muddy complexion stomach these ll indicate a disordered 1alldbad in adults and children t They also indicate the urgent need of Greens August Ik ver regu t daysfftsa orallstomach never to cure indigestion t dyspepsia and chronic amI- r a tonic for body and mind n ifTwo sizes 250 bud 750 All druggists For Bale at Pennys Drug Store t r 1 FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fine young Angora Buck for sal J M Pettus Stanford Ky 3t I want to rent 35 or 40 acres of land to go in oats Box 24 Rowland R B Wilkinson bought of Mark Hardin a lot of butcher stuff at 3c Embry Bros huvo sold their crop ofI tobacco about 18000 pounds at lOc A few choice young shorthorn bulls and heifers for sale A W Carpenter MorelandIJ W Eads Sons bought of various parties 85 600 to 800pound steers at 340 to 3Jc W I Herrin bought of W K Warner a bay mare for 135 and sold two horses Monday at 125 and 110 W B Landrum of Winchester was here and purchased eight mules Cor which he paid from 100 to 140Lor- dm Local Fort SALT 100 bushels recleaned orchard grass seed Price 150 per bushel Telephone Kentucky Supply Co Danville Ky They couldnt run after Owensbon fast enough to make her take it say the Messenger in speaking with refer ence to the State Fair It is related that the 1005 tax returns In Ohio showed a total of 1900 more horses than were counted by the assessors the year before Stray male shoat came to my place about two weeks ago and owner can get him by paying for his keep and this notice E L Wilson Crab Orchard Worthless Jogs killed 12 sheep foi Jeff Sallcc C W Caldwell has gong to Chicago for the purpose of buying two or three car loads of cattleDan yule News Jay Bird one of the few remaining sons of George Wilkes is hale and hearty at the age of 28 Last season he is said to have got 70 per cent of his mares with foal April 9 is the date selected for the annual Kentucky Stallion Show The exhibition will be held on the fairgrounds at Lexington and will be un ier the management of the Kentucky Stock Farm William Wallace a well known ex porter of American horses to Scotland has recently brought overrom Glasgow a lot of 15 Shetland ponies which ate rated by the British judges as oC superior merit and color Conspicuously prosperous was thi horse trade during January despite the act that receipts at Chicago Kansas pity and St Louis were unusually heavy Chicago gained 1013 and Kansas City 0334 compared with last year The town of Highland Park a suburb of Louisville has passed an ordi lance prohibiting the selling of pools within its limits and the ordinance ienforced will result in closing the Douglas Park race track which is to be opened by the Western Jockey Club Allen Edelen sold to Tennessee parties a fancy buggy mare for 225 a pacing horse for 200 and a pacing mare foi J250 Mack Eubankssold toA If An honyof Central City Neb a fiveryear old black jack for 800 The animal was shipped by express to its new owner and was a fine individualAdvocate Fori SALEA nice large store room and dwelling above consisting of several nicely furnished rooms A good bam 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 own The property will be sold at a bargain and is a splendid opportunity Cor some one desiring to go in business Cor the store and dwelling combined will be a great saving In rent etc Pos ession given immediately For particulars etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford e IN MEMORIAM In loving remembrance of our dear grandfather J B Wall who dejiarted this life Feb 11 Grandfather was not a icmber of the church but still he was a Christian and oh how he did love his grand children While he was on his b 3d of affliction he called us to his side and said My dear grand children have taken my bed never to rise again and hope to meet you all in Heaven We love him yes we love him But the angels love him more And so they sweetly called him yonder shining shore IITo golden gates were open voice said come AmI with farewells unspoken He calmly entered home GRACE AND FLORENCE Defies Time Oro the most beautiful women in America dclles the ravages of time by sImply keeping her blood purilled with- Dr Caldwells 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 klnils of sickness keep your clrcula tion clear und your skin and complex- Ion as fresh and pure as in childhood Soh by G L Penny Stanford and C VV Adams Hustonville at Wc and 81 Money back if it falls u NOTICE TO KENTUCKY FEMALE RIMIAN SCHOOL SAIlg- raduates of the above named school are to send name and address to Principal K F O S Midway Ky that may receive an invita t10n to a house party to be given the Alumnae in May name whether or not circumstances favor attendance Ella Johnson Prin K P 0 S I Notice TO contractors r Notice is hereby given that I will on Monday March5 19O6 Beginning ut 10 oclock A M let to thelowbjt iiiul best bidder who 8hnll give bond in at least double the amount of the value of the work to be 1I011e the surety on said bond to bo approved bythe Supervisor the furnialiinj hauling breaking nod spreading the amount of steno and gravel on each of the sections of the turnpikes in Lincoln county as hereinafter appears Stanford it Danville section from Stanford to Hawkins Branch 120 roll stone Same section 2 Hawkins Branch to Boyle county lino 20 rods 01I gravel anti 20 rods Mono Hush Brunch Pike Sec 1 from Stanford A Lancaster Pike to Hawkins Branch 10 roils of stone and 10 rods gravel came See 2 Hawkins Branc to Hubble 15 rods gravel Danville Lancaster whole pike 20 rods stone nUll 15rods gravel Stanford Knob Lick Sec 1 from Stanford it Hustonville pike to tho Hanging Fqrk 20 rods of gravel Seci front Hanging Fork to Danville i Hustonville Tike 20 rods gravel Lincoln it Boyle County Pike whole pike 10 rods gnfvel Stanford it Milledgevillo Pike Sec 1 from Stanford it Hustoiiville Pike to McCoriuacks Church 20 rods gravel Sec 2 from McCormuckg Churvl to Millcilgcvillc 25 rods gravel Crab Orchard it Chappclls Gap Pike whole pike 50 rods stone Stanford it Prcachcrsville Pike Sec 1 from Stanford it Crab Orchan Pike to Wilkersons Branch 25 rods gravel Sec 2 from Wilkcrsons Brand to Grab Orchard it Lancaster Pike 25 rods gravid Crab Orchard it Lancaster Pike Sec 1 from G W Evans to Crab Or chard 10 rods tone and 10 rods gravel Sec 2 from G W Evans to Gar mrd lute 10 rods stone and 10 rods gravel Stanford it Crab Orchard Pike Sec 1 from Stone Home to II D Baughtuaue line 20 rods stone Sec 2 from II D lJuughmaul line to By waters gate 20 rods stone Sec 3 Bywatcrs gate to Crab Orchard 10 nHls gravel Stanford it Ottenheim Pike Sec 1 from Stanford it Somerset pike to G LyimV 10 tads stone and 10 rods gravel See 2 J G LynnV to Boone Blacksmith Shop 20 rods stone Sec I from Boonos Blacksmith Shop to Ottcnhcim 20 rods slate or gravel Stanford Dix diver Garranl County White Oak Pike wee Iron Ucwlnud to J II HiattV 30 rods stone Sec 2 from J II Hiatts to Our nerd line J55 rods stone Stanford it Wnyncsburg Pike Sec I from Stanford to Ottonhoim pike at J E LynnV 25 rods gravel Sec 2 froth J E Lynuo to Maywood Co road 15 rods stouc or gravel Sec from AInywood county rued to Carter store 10 rode slate or stonej Sec 4 from Carters store to lIutclnMjns tcho house 15 rods gravel Sec G from Hutchisons school hoiiso to Butts store 20 rods gravel Sec G from Butts store to Kingsvillc pike 12 rods stone Sec i from Kingsvillc pike to Geo Giijncs house 15 nnls ol etouo Sec 8 runt Geo Gaines to G V Clifts 20 nods stone See from G fClifl to WaJJes urg 30 rata stone Kingsvillc it Pleasant Point Pike Sec 1 front Auyneaburg Pike to Co Road leading to Casey count 15 rods stone See 2 from Casey county lint to Kingsville 15 roils tone McKinney t South Fork Pike whole pike 2G roils gravel Hustonville it Colleys Mill Pike See 1 from Hugtonvillo to Tunics Fryei house 25 rods stone Sec 2 from James Pyres house to Mt Salem tore 1Q rats Btpu- eHustonville it Bradfordsvillc 1iko whole pike 10 rude gmVo- lIlnstonvillo it Carpenters Creek whole pike GO rods gravel i0nds stOne Danville it Hustonville pike Sec from Hiigtonvillc to Hltck pike 11 roils stone Sec 2 from Black pike to Boyle county line 00 rods gravel Carpenters Station it Moroliiml piko whole pike 25 rods gravel Turneraville it McKinuoy pike whole pike J5 rods gravel McKinney it Turnorsville pike from John Murphys to McKiulloyriO rods 01 gravel Stanford it Hustonville pike See 1 from Stanford to Turnorgvillo lit rOil stono Sec 2 fri m Tnrner8illo to Hustoiivillo 25 rods stone Turncrsvillit McCormacks Church piko Sec 1 fnin Turnersville to Sam Helms 10 Todd gJavol Sec 2 from Sum Helms to C Bishops 1C ods gravel Sec o from C Bishops to Stanford it Knob Liok piko 10 rods gmvcl Stanford sincaster pike Sw 1 from Stnnfords city limits to Ix guuV me 10 rods stone See 2 front Logane mite to Gurrarjl line 10 riKlj gray e1 McKinuoy it Cofleyii Mill pike Sec from MoKinney to old tollgate ouse 20 rods gravel Sec 2 from old toB gate hauso to Fairs hoiitc 10 rods gravel Sec 3 from Fairs houso to Mt Salem 1Q rods intone Sec from Mt Salem to Casey line 30 rods stono- CsSyGuurnntce companies accepted on bonds Hod of Htono or gravel consists of 225 cubic feet Hand broken stone must bo on margin of section IY Sept 15 All metal is to be mciwurcd by courts representative wlw may designate when and where it nutty be gproad All stone furnished must be grey or blue limestone or quartz and broken illto pieces not to exceed two ruches in diameter The gravel must Iw clean nnd flinty free from dirt und sand uuil that furnished on Sections lund 2 to IcKinney itColleysMill pike Turner illeit iMcKinnoy pike and pike leading from John Murphya to McKinneynnist be from Green River The courts representative may reject any inatcrm not of proper size fwd unlity Bidders must aniiounco at the letting whether stoiiij will he broken by hnnll er crusher The wagons used in hauling inctal from crusher shiill ho icasilreil by the courts representative Iirforc beginning wqrk and shall ho fillell full rounding in the middle No metal shall be spccad unless the courts representative is present The supervisor reserves the right to reject anyand tilt bids Copies of bonds required can be obtained nt the county clerks ofliw A C DUNN Supervisor I FOR SALE Kiirin of s9 acre good lilun gnus and to Iwcco Inud pus acre of hemp un It this yiiir the balance In grits Furm one inllo front Huitoiivllle luuit ndjolni pike house of 8 room I kitchen hack porch und cUtirn limir kitchen flits nw hllrn4 1tHlet For tiriiu apply to J1I McIIAIUIUK Huloiivlllo Ky U UMBRELLAS Recovered sad repaired and made almost ai good as new for a amount t can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for Inn money Give me a trial FRANK ATKIKI Stanford FEBRUARY Clearance Sale I Mens 15 Suits cut to 1048 Mens 12 50 Suits and Overcoats cut to 848 Mens 1O Suits and Overcoats cut to 748 Mens 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 see the Bargains we have for you before you buy elsewhereSAM ROBINSONN- ext Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY Kentucky State Journal f Frankfort Kentucky Only Daily anti Weekly Published at the Capital and the only one that ever took the Arnociated frets Kejort has iwcntly been enlarged and greatly improved It makes a of LOCAL NKVS including that of the Court of Appeals State Fiscal Court The Federal Court It is ct 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