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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 27 t906 N0 t04 r Logs from Lincolns Home After being stored three years in tho cellar of an old mansion in College Point L tho logs that formed the cabin in which Abraham Lincoln was born were removed to u storage house in New York city They were the property of David Creer a New York builder who bought thorn from A W Dennett Tho latter owned the Lincoln farm and the log cabin was taken apart and sent to Buffalo for exhibition during the PanAmerican Exposition There are over 200 logs and a door and shutter of the cabin window besides sonto pieces of boards The logs were purchased recently by the Lincoln Farm Association and will be stored there until the association is ready to rebuild the cabin on its original site on the old farm near Hodgcnvllle Ky After the logs had been loaded they were covered with American flags and tho truck moved away with every one present standing with uncovered heads As the truck passed a public school in College Point the children assembled and sang the national hymn The following advertisement recently paperI is caxi bio of taking charge of a publishing and printing plant a position as fore man Can give valuable advice to per Sons contemplating marriage and has obtained a wide reputation asa trance medium Would accept an appoint ment as pastor of u small Evangelical r f church or as substitute preacher has had experience en trikobrcaker and would take work of this character west of Missouri river Would havonoobjec tion to forming n small but select class r of young ladles to teach them in theI higher branches or to give them infor mation ai to tho cause of tho Trojan War Can do odd jobs around a board jpositionIta dentist or a chiropodist his services would bo Invaluable and can fill with satisfaction a position as bass or tenor singer in n Methodist choir Lippin COtlB I ama lawyers daughter you know George dear she said after George acceptediI L were to ask you to sign a little paper to tho effect that we are engaged would you George was too happy to think anything strange just then nnd ho signed tho paper with a trembling hand and a bursting heart Then she laid her car upon his manly bosom and they meNdelicious silence why did you want ino to sign that paper Do you not place implicit confidence in my love for you Ah yes she sighed with i nflnito content Indeed I do George dear I have been deceived so many times you know New York World Pirating Foloys Honey nnd Tar j Foley S Co Chicago originated Honey nnd Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of tho great merit anti popularity of Foloys Honey and far ninny Imitations are offered for the genuine These worthiest 1m U tons have similar sounding namoa Beware of thorn The genulno Ioloys Honoy and Tar Is In n yellow package Ask for It and rofuso anynuhstUuto it Is tho best remedy for coughs and colds Pennys Drug Storo Tho frigate Constellation is tho oldest ship in tho American navy It is forty four days older titan the Constitution famillary known as Old Ironsides She was built by David Stodert at Haiti V more and was launched September 7 1797 The Constitution was built at Boston anti launched October 31 of the same year Heros a letter from a woman said tho household Inquiry editor uwho wants to know what to use in clean ing carpets to uIC shes n married woman suggested the ffnako editor tell her to use her husband Tho Best Physic When you want a physio that luinlld and gentle ousy to tnko and pleasant in effect take ChambcrlalnH Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 23 cents Kvcry box warranted Get free sam pie at Dr W N Craigs tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky and try them The richest woman in the world is said to be Signora Consino of South America Receipts from her silver and t copper and coal mines amount to 185 00 per month while her stock farm yields as great amount She also owns a large Interest In a fleet steamships A Massachusetts woman who in her short life of 28 years submitted to 107 surgical operations is dead at last t having been literally carved to pieces IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Perryvillo is to have a handsome Odd Fellows home Leshas iKJStollku in Laurel county was broken open and robbed Hiram Silvers has been appointed postmaster at McGufTy Pulaski county W Owen Mclntyresays ho will start a new paper in Danville about March The Sue Bennett Memorial School at London has 17 teachers and 34 schol arsThe Bnrbourvillo Blue Gem Coal Co has sold Its mines to W C Pitman of LondonSI ns store at Science Hilt was broken into anti robbed of several suits of clothes hats shirts and shoes Mrs H C Baker of Mercor was crushed to death by n saw lug rolling over her She was helping her husband load the log Andrew Carnegie has donated 10000 to the city of Somerset for a free public library to bo under control of the city school authorities A reunion of tho alumni of Centre College and Central University is plan ned for Homecoming Week in Louisville In June Many other re unions will be held TrIo case of tho American Bonding Company against Pearl mIl Borelng former mall contractors nt london resulted in a judgment for nearly 9 000 for the Bonding Company Tho jury in the damage suit of Len T Wilson against tho Louisville d Atlantic returned a verdict giving Wilson 1200 The suit was for 10 000 lie lost n hand while working in the companys shops at Richmond Tho Somerset Water Light Trac tion Co has contracted with A J Crawford to deliver to them In the city poles and 3000 cross ties These are only n part of the poles and tits that will be used These uri for im mediate use Somerset Journal Odd Bits of Information Only one couple in over llOOu live to celebrate their diamond wedding All tho blood in a mans body passes through his heart every two minutes About 3600000 people areon the sea either as passengers or seamen every day in tho year The most valuable book in the British Museum is The Index Alexandrinus said to be worth 1500000 As early as B C artificial eyes were made by the priests of Homo and Egypt who practiced as physicians and surgeonsThe bamboo of Ceylon grows to a height of feet it Is used in con structure of houses and bridges Also water pipes are made of It Last season more than half u million picture postcards were sold to tourists in Jerusalem They are made in Germany and Switzerland at 2 to 12 a thousand Tho air is so pure in the Polar regions so tree from harmful microbes that throat and lung diseases are unknown there That section is also entirely free from contagious maladies Paper handkerchiefs after the Chi nese fashion are to bo supplied to the children of the communal schools of tho city of Paris as a hygienic measure to prevent the spreading of tuberculosis infection Common Coldare the Cause of Many Serious Diseases Physicians who have gained n nat ional reputation as unalyMs of Mho cnuhe of various diseases claim that if catching cold could be avoided u long list of dangerous ailments would never be hoard of Every ono knows that pneumonia and consumption orig inate front ucold and ohronlo catarrh bronchitis and all throat and lung trouble art aggravated and rendered ipore serious by each fresh attack Do nut risk your Ufo or take chances when you hate a cold Chamlwrhilns Cough Ilomody will euro It before these diseased develop This remedy con tales no opium morphine or other harmful drug and has thirty years of reputation buck of It gained by Its cures under every condition For sale by Dr YoN Craig the popular druggist at Stanford Ky After repented forts to secure a final resting place for the bollyof Johann loch in one of tho Chicago cemeteries tho body was interred in tho potters field adjoining the county poor farm For Biliousness and SlcK Headache Take Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup It sweetens the stomach aids digestion and acts us n gentle stimulant on the liver and tho bowels without Irritating these organs Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures biliousness anti habitual constipation Does not nauseate or gripe and Is mild and pleasun tto take Remember tho name OIUNO and refuse to accept any substitute Pennys Drug Storo n t J 2 NEWS NOTES Elijah Shlvcley a welltodo farmer of Taylor county is dead of consump tionTommy Burns knocked out Marvin Hart the Louisville idol at Los Angeles Cal Fire at Upton destroyed property worth 25000 and a similar loss was sustained at Arlington Nash Sands a laborer at Henderson probably fatally shot his 16 year old wife and attempted suicide W D Maddox a travling salesman committed suicide in a hotel at Lexing ton by shooting himself In the head Pauline Skillman of Indianapolis the infant kidnaped by her father last November has been located in San Walker an Illinois Central brakeman went to sleep on the track near Paducah and was run over by a train and killed Patrick Bannon a wealthy Louisville brick maker left no willand his es tate of 500000 will be divided at a meeting of his children Senator Bailey of Texas has accept ed an Invitation to address tho Kentucky Bar Association at its meeting in Winchester on June 27 Wilt Page a Negro was shot to death and his body burned by a mob at Bienville La The Negro had con fessed to assaulting a white girl John Cross Hammond who murdered his wife fat Albany N Y lost Novem ber packed her body in n trunk and fled returned to Albany surrendered nnd confessed The new temple erected by the Elks of McKeesport Pa lodge at u cost of 125000 was dedicated by Grand Exalt ed Ruler Robert W Brown of Louis ville and his Pennsylvania district deputies Robert Turner a Negro boy charged with assault was given tOO lashes by an officer at Lexington Magistrate Oldham offered to send the boy to the Reform School but his parents agreed to the whipping Threo are dead 9 seriously injured and several others more or less hurt as a result of a fire which destroyed Milner hall Delano and North Halls and North Annex Kenyon Military Academy at Gambler O Tho Breathitt county grand jury rendered indictments against Judge Ed Callahan B F French John Smith and John Abner charging murder and accessory to the same in tho death of James B Marcum Plans are said to have been made by three of the largest rectifying whisky houses in Louisville to remove their en tire plants to Indiana or some other State in case the General Assembly passes tho bill imposing a tax on blend ed whisky The Indianapolis Sentinel suspended publication and announced that owing to its operation having been unprofiti able its affairs would be gradually wound up The daily subscription and the physical plant have been taken over by tho Indianapolis News Johann Hoch convicted murderer and confessed bigamist was hanged at the county jail in Chicago With a for titude and courage rarely displayed by men similarly placed he met death like tho soldier he claimed to be unafraid to theend and oven as the trap was sprung protested his innocence of the crime or was tho next instant to pay the penalty A Habit to Bo Encouraged Tho mother who has acquired tho habit of keeping on hand a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy saves herself u great amount of uneasiness and anxiety Coughs colds and croup to which children are susceptible are quickly cured by its use It counteracts tiny tendency of tv cold to result In pneumonia and If given as soon as the first systems of croup appear It will prevent tho attack This remedy contains nothing Injurious and moth ers give it to little ones with a feeling of perfect security Sold by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stanford Ky CORNS CuKEDCorn Exit will posi 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 are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if u perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Lame Back This ailment is usually caused by rheumatism of tho muscles and maybe cured by applying Chamberlains Pain Halm two or three times a day and rubbing tho parts vigorously at each application If this goes not af ford relief bind on a piece of Hanoi slightly dampened with Pain Balm and quick relief is almost sure to fol low For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stanford Ky l tt yr2 HUSTONVILLE Mr and Mrs Sam Owens are visiting the latters sister in Memphis Mrs Dell Moran and Mrs Middleburg were here shopping Satur1 dayD C Allen wants another car load ot hogs this week for which ho will pay top prices The impromptu dance given by the hop club at Alcorns Opera House on tho 22nd was a very pleasant affair A number of young people from Stanford were in attendance The subject of a home coming day celebration next June following the Louisville festivities and under the direction of our Commercial Club will be discussed at the next meeting March 8 J C Reid sold an 18monthsold jack colt to John K Baughman for 500 The threeyearold Dignity Dare filly Jack Beazley sold to Whitcsidcs for 300 was later sold at Lexington for 400 Rev S B Lander will lead the pray er meeting at the Presbyterian church Wednesday evening Subject Jonahs Mission to Ninncvah Ho will also preach Sunday morning and evening next D C Allen the livestock trader has tired of the monotonous life at McKin ney and noting the progressive strides of our city has moved to the West End capital where better opportunities are offered for business The pants and overalls factory for our city that will employ fully 25 peo ple is an assured fact The stock is taken and a meeting for the election of officers and the appointment of a build ing committee will soon be called A large number of young people from Hustonvillc and vicinity attended the six oclock dinner given by Mr and Mrs S M Owens to their son Bowman in honor of his 21st birthday last week The menu would have done hon or to a Porisan chef and was inimitably served in six courses making the eve ning one of enjoyment and long to bo rememberedOur twirlers have received nbtlces to report for duty Jas Frye leaves for Montgomery Wednesday and Howard Camnitz leaves on the 12th to join the Mud Hens for a months prac tice We predict that Frye will finish in the first division of the Southern League and that Camnitz will be mov ed into the first division of the Ameri can Association Misses Amanda Stone and Lizzie Phillips of Liberty are visiting the family of Judge Myers Arch B Mc Kinney accompanied Dr Alcorn on his trip to Florida und other Southern points J M Eubanks was called to the bedside of his father J W4Eu banks who is very ill On account of his age grave apprehensions arc en tertained for his recovery The meeting of our Commercial Club Thursday evening was well attended and much interest manifested in the reports of the several committees espec ially the one on water works which now looks to be a certainty Among the new plants under consideration is a winter garden covering 40000 to 60000 square feet a glass factory cordage plant a building and loan company a spoke factory etc The next meeting will be March 8th at Alcorns Opera House at 730 l CHURCH MATTERS Of the 20000 churches in the South ern Baptist Convention 8000 have no Sunday Schools The State Y M C A at its session in Lexington decided to hold biennial instead of annual conventions after There will be preaching nt the Ba tistchurch Suriday at 11 A toby Rev S E Tull of Kosciusko Miss All members are expected to be present- A movement is on foot among Louisville ministers to abandon Sunday night services and substitute afternoon services The Sundayschool hours also may be changed to afternoon Rev O M Huoy announced that he would begin n protracted meeting at the Main street beginning with the first Sunday in March Mr recently held a meeting at the High street church in which he had about 75 additions to tho church Ho is a very able preacher and as pas tor of the Main street has been very successful in the time he has been here Probably 50 members have been added to the roll under his masterly preaching and there can bo no doubt that tho protracted meeting to beheld in March a successful one and a great harvest will bo reapedSomer- set Mountaineer A Card This Is to certify that nil druggists are authorized to refund your money If Foleys honey and Tar falls to cure your cough or cold It stops tho cough heals tine lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe cough and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiates Tlxvgenulne Is In n yellow package Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store r c Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac cordeons Concerlinas Harps Har monophones Music Boxes Talking y Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty i Mr J B Finley = Fdrmerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with t J i HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky A Few Jars of Heinz Preserves and Ap= I pie Butter At Cost s WH HICC1NS j CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY Lu Iuu Che Lincoln County national Bank- Of f Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January I 1906 24600000S r = OFFICERS = S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER ti W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J n OW8LBV Stanford 8 II SHANKS Stanford 0 W OAKTEII Turnerivlllei W U CuuMiNg Ireaclienvllle L 0 Grx cil Wayneiburg W ft TiiAYioii Otloeru Creek It L UcniirE Lancaster W 0 WALKED BranfordiJ II KofTEii Btnnford W II SHANKS Stanford J PAXTON Stanford 1or1NetlttflsonclttlelleountsoflndlvldttnlsFlrmsand Corporations Hunks nnd llnnkvni and lire prepared to furnuli nil depositor such iicvoiiitnotliitloiui IIa tiro ourtnatotnerst1o slt ralorL I BargaintI 1 SECONDHAND STEEL RANGE IN FIRST CLASS ORDER cap largo oven high shell warming closet Will last an long as a new one would cost three times tho price 81200 nnllI saI a S I S H ALDRIDCE AN1 Il1INNER PLUMBER PUMP AND FURNACE i DEPOT STREET STANFORDIsi sLn 1 SLLLLwIa t L at tt a BUY YOUR Collars Hames Collar Pads Backhands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets GrubTools c from George DII IHopper2 Stanfo h Ky Hardware Groceries Tinware Queensware Tiling Etc tttbT GOODS LOWEST PRICES v 7 J I The Interior Journal E C WALTON becorifi mont is on foot to enlist the interest of kIallreligious bodies in the subject and proposition has been advanced to iaUthe bodies to unite upon one askI the year to be observed as at s childrens day when the pulpit of the whole country might discuss the evils tattenden upon the employment of in factories with the ultima te- f object of abolishing child labor in the States Jewish leaders arc al iUnited in the movement There r t Was held a meeting to discuss the mat f theJrk i tee There were present a o representatives of religious bodies t eluding men from the Episcopal Rap t tist Presbyterian Congregational Ro man Catholic and other Christian bodies ejand several Jewish rabbis and it was that everything possible should be done to abate the evil which threat I t ens to warp both the minds and bodie J of the unfortunate children who nr a forced to toil their young lives away 1 THAT the prohibitionists are not isatisfied with the Unft Bill as it passed the Senate is shown in the following statement issued by Rev M B Adams president of the AntiSaloon League The attitude of the Kentucky Anti Saloon League toward the substitute offered by Senator J P Chinn for the Cammack County Unit Bill and adopt cd by the Senate is ono of unqualified relentless determined opposition The people consider it an outrage and if adopted by the House will be resented at the polls Those responsible for it will be held to strict accountability by the people who prayed for the Cammack Bill If it becomes a law it will be plunged into the next cam paign as the supreme issue We have no fears of the result We will win the fight We are better prepared for the issue than ever before and since the Senate forces it npon us we look forward with perfect confidence to the coming battle We hope that the House will not concur in the Sen ate substitute TmJes3amine Journal has already begun to soften on the Casey county proposition In answer to our criticism that paper says We dont mean ti cast any reflection on the people of Casey Bro Walton only we do not care to have a strong republican county dropped down in a close democraticdis trict Jcssarnine will have a candidate ri for Congress and we are going to win Casey or no Casey We shall see what we shall see about Jessamine winning Lincoln county has some fine Congres u sional timber and it may be used ere 1 the race for Congress gets under much headway FOR some years engines have been taking water without stopping and mailcars have been picking mail sacks from posts without so much as a pause Now an appliance for coaling engines without stopping has been invented and experiments with it are said to have been satisfactory An exchange thinks l that the next improvement to save the running time of trains will bp a device itforthrowing passengers on board and witnout stopping A YOUNG woman has sued a Louisville firm for 50000 because all the I hair was jerked oil her head by itsI machinery To replace tho girls scalp a physician conceived the idea of placing the skin of a sheep on her t head The skin hag adhered but it I is as smooth as the head of a drum iwhereas her former crown of glory was luxuriant and beautiful She is not to be blamed for wishing for very heavy damages MUNICIPAL ownership is making slow progress in Chicago although it has been taken for granted that the people t cast an over whelming vote in favor of it- t There is to be another vote taken as a test of their sentiments It will be on a proposition to issue 75000000 in bonds to buy the rights of present fran chise holders but it is said that the vote will not authorize the bond issue or- t compel the purchase TUB usual talk of extending the session which always begins towards i i the close of the constitutional term of the Legislature is being indulged t j in hut nqt by the one who has the twotbe Zone can t be if the members will get down to hard work A CHICAGO woman has sued a toot strenuous swain for 10000 for kissing her for five minutes without letting up and therebydeeply wounding her feelings and interfering with her reputation i Chicago seems to have at least one fool who doesnt know when he has gotten enough TUB Spanish war peahen roll is grow lag rapidly 1899 it was only Ann OI while now it is 3500000 At this growth it will soon equal the pennon roll the civil war t t t r POLITICAL Representative Gilbert of Kerftuck spoke in the House in opposition to tho Ship Subsidy Bill David B Henderson former Speak of the House of Representatives of Congress is dead at Dubuque Iowa In a twohours session the House lit Washington Saturday passed 116 private pension bills and a number of minor measures George G Speer of Anderson county may run for Congress Ho announce that in the event he makes the race he will advocate a primary William bL Lyons of Jessamin county was reelected by the Stat Sinking Fund Commissioners to the office of Custodian of Public Building for a term of four years Senator Hubble passed his bill to put Casey county in the Eighth Congressional District showing that ho can both keep his promise and do business in his body besides Frankfort Journal President Roosevelt celebrated the 22nd in appointing John Augu tJs Washington a democrat as post master at Alexandria Va Mr Wash- Ington is a lineal descendant of the first the committee appointed by the Ohio Senate to investigate Cincinnati and Hamilton county affairs Coun ty Treasurer Hynicka testified that hi had received 20000 in gratuities fo r deposits of public moneys in various banks i Without opposition the House at Washington adopted theTillman Gilles pie resolution bringing the Interstate Commerce Commission to make exams nation on the subject of railroad dis criminations and monopolies and report on the same from time to time Hon Jesse M Alverson representa tive from Lincoln informs us that the report being circulated that he is in fa vor of Rockcastle being put in tho nth is a mistake and that he is strictly ir favor of Rockcastle remaining in the Eighth and will use his efforts to pre vent anything being done which will result in any change so far as Rockcastlt is concerned This will meet with a most happy approval on the part of Rockcastle democratsMt Vernon SignalA special says Trustee W P Walton of the State School of Reform at Lexington called upon Chairman Redwine of the Legislative Investigating Committee this morning and urged the fullest investigation poSe sible of the affairs and conduct of that institution which have been attacked by 0 G Emerson a former employe Mr Walton has been a trustee of the institution since it was founded hav ing been first appointed by former Gov Bradleyand reappointed by Gov Beck ham Two years ago at tho Assembly session he urged the placing of supervision of the institution with tho State Prison Commission FOR SALEMy residence store and farm at Quail Ky seven miles south west of Brodhcad Ky Residence has five rooms and hall and all necessary outbuildings Store has a small stock of drugs and groceries and postoffice connected with daily mail There is a splendid two room tenement house on farm conveniently located Farm con lists of 75 acres Fifteen acres in woodland and sixty acres in high state of cultivation all under fence My farm is one of the beat 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 bean admirable lo ation for a doctor or any one wishing to engage in the mercantile business For terms address D E Proctor M D Quail Ky 3t TwiceTold Tales Some tales never lose in the telling and tho tale of good that Dr Cald ellslaxative Syrup Pepsin will and docs do to all poor dyspeptic bilious sufferers is one of them It positively relieves and cures all forms of in igestion starts up tho languid liver egulates the constipated bowels andI restores tho entire system to a perfect condition of health Try it Sold bIG L ljcnny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvtllo ut f0c and buoy back if it fells In attempting to raid a blind tiger on the site at Middlesboro occupied by the Balls last fall the officers were fired upon A fight ensued in which the officers were routed Arthur Dixon was awarded a gold ledal for 54 years continuous attendance at the Sundayschool of the First Methodist Episcopal church Chicago John Watkins a Negro confined in the jail at Owingsville under sentence of life imprisonment for murder com littcd One child was killed and two others are at deaths door in Louisville as the result of eating candy which had been colored with poison S B Burch carpenter was instantly killed at Qwensboro a of iron pipe on crushing his skull Two thousand lives were lost as arc- suIt of a tidal wave at Buenaventura olumbia t Mr and Mrs William F Sears were killed at Chicago by illuminating gas New York is to have an office building 40 stories high t MATRIMONIAL Elmer Frederick and Miss Emma J Delaney were joined heart and hand on tho 22nd Theo Zoll of Tell City Ind celebrated the 90th anniversary of his birth by dancing a jig At Terre Haute Ind William Mos teller shot and mortally wounded his wife and killed himself Cornelius Keith aged 20 and Miss Willie Nance 15 both of McKinney were made one Saturday- In Lorain county Ohio Capt Samuel Kuhns 101 years of ago and Mrs Sarah Jackson Crawford 100 sweet hearts of 50 years ago were married James W Henderson aged 70 and Mrs Anna J Wilson 59 were married at Paoli Ind It was a case of love at first sight the couple having only seen each other one time The engagement of State Senator J Embry Allen of Lexington to Miss Virginia Hart of Cynthiana is an counced and the wedding will be cele brated the first of June The prospect ive bride moved from Somerset where her father kept hotel for many years Miss Florence Harris the handsome daughter of Mr E W Harris of Lancaster and sister of Mr J Ran dolph Harris of Turnersville was married at Memphis to William D Walker formerly of Lancaster but now of Mississippi The bride is a charming young woman and will be missed in Lancaster Society A Womans Martyrdom Is too often her own fault simply because she wont take stilllcicnt trouble to try a medicine that so many thousands of women enthusiastically recommend viz Dr Caldwells lax atfvo 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 G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonville at GOo and 81 Money back If it fall HAVE YOUR colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orchard Ky the well known cas trator of horses and horse doctor Phono in nesldenceI As trustee of the bankrupt estiito of do II I will on- HATOUDAY MAIU1II 11lIiOO- pt tho Jackson Ulvrni fnrm m nr Hhelli City Ky sell to MM IilaluHt hltliier lon hors SO ahookn of foddv hrcvider two tiny rake thirty tiny ono hay prras four two hors Viinoni ono 8ulfl lnd r one mowing mnchtn whent ilrlll corn planter Iron roller plow horn and rusting Implementi ono twvlwhorM JI Otitm liuple tructlo engine onu tMxr lnch J I l nopnmlu complete ono No I ctrl Integer ono Urlv lug hell ono HMwrrwl mounted Ctrl mill and pump This thruBUlnx outlet Ii nenrl new und In llritclasn condition I will lit the snow time sell ono residence house tau t lot In Nit IbytItymld shout ninety cre o farming land neur Hlivltiy Ulty- TKauM OK HUK Hmiisof licash In luiml over thin suns fur JItrooll1 InEerctfrtsnonethird caah the Itulanctt on stx inoiithi tlmo wlthJnteivtt from Into Any and mrchncr given tho right to lay cnith If ho desire All note for purclmso inonc to benlndedetothlbleand at din coin County Notional Ky and lIrl by scurltyIzo Truntei- HUilifonl Ky T n KNOLlHit Auctioneer Ihinvllle Ky W o RnNo H L3WHITES PoiMq t S PURITY GUARANTEED A peculiar property that distin guishes Whites Concentrated from all other mineral waters is its certain and positive action upon the liver and kid neys the two joint organs through whose means the whole system is kept In a healthy condition This water It a certain cure for Dyspepsia Const pq lion Headache and all diseases caus by a Torpid Liver Read what the late Dr Luko p Blackburn whose reputation as n physician and philanthropist is world wide said in regard to this water in tardy motives and constipation of tho bowelsIt all other remedies known to tho profession Crab Orchard Con centrated Water will euro more diseas es than any remedy I ever used II To Whom It May Concern I hove used Crab Orchard Concentrated Wa ter and Suits In my practlco for 40 years and I consider them tho lineal remedies on tho market as a laxative and purgative and when taken in broken doses a good alterative for Indi gestion Dyspepsia and Constipation It is an excellent remedy WM DOOIIKS M D Crab Orchard Ky There is no Crab Orchard Salts nor Crab Orchard Concentrated Water ox cept that made at Crab Orchard ICy AH others are counterfeit Bo sure you call for Whites Diamond Brand Our goods all bear tho above trade marK Accept no other Our goods are guaranteed pure and unadult rat ed For sale by all druggists e I I I1 Another Cut In Prices 1 1Or very liberal reduction in the pried of Overcoats made them move oil J so well we are prompted to make as liberal n cut in the following f I Boiled Edge Sung Proof Two Buckle Felt Hoots reduced from sa to itemsI t Tho same boot with ono buckle reduced from SliO to 8U Onu buckle Iwithout the tell 31 CO An nil Rubber Arctic from 8175 to 8140 ThoI from S125 to 81 Royal Silk Plush Underwear SlfiO to 81 Wrights Wool Fleeced from 81 to 75c All boo goods go lit Ufa A lot of 2rc MensShirts and drawer to chute ut Iflc Mcns und Boy 2fic Cups with Ienr warmers for loc r I No IrislhAII New Goods See IhernI 1 I H J MCROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY L taller t i jIARKE S HAIR BALSAMjCIMMM and lmnotrt laiiuUM rMTtr Volt la HMtor Orayl Ualr to YouthfUl Ct1u ett t taUllloiotIIJo EGGS EGGS EGGS Plymouth nock Hllvr IJICK Vvnndotti end llltick It per of Fggs dlIvrl fur of chllrRl to Htnufoni luaceter or Irnb Orchard Tlml Inter v 81l11I Invited to vUlt my twni nnd tr my Mock Mr R1 hltklIlr Vie 1oultry Form 1rencherat A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McIlobcrU Drug Store in the Otvslcy Building For Sale Privately home and 10 scam of land dtuatel nit ootilda of town limit on the Sotnenc pike House has 7 rooms kltcbeo and ere knta room good cellar stable and all loctMSry outbulldlnRj Water hydrant It ie yard dud 008 for stock J P IIAILKY Jesse W Sweeney eaoralsTolts Wvory Feed and Snob Stablo Lancaster Ky Gorses wellted sod cared for Up to date rigs st xuatonable ra- teeINSURANCE Fire II and Sotto the HTIIOJII ItT and UJHT ompllllltalWprt8entoII lwcstvo dble Itntes o Iliylng nee jrdjUlnqunlkU rllllc with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence 1lionc No St J W ACEY Proprietor LIVERY flND FEED TflBLE Stanford KY All Rigs New Rod Neat Special nttun lon to travellnr men A share your ltrollat11I solicited J II lloonos land on Icp t Si hone No 00 Waynesburg Marble and Gran- Ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor IMilcrln and MaiuifiKtiirorof Granite Monuments Marble tidstd Ixtlcrs n Mpcclnlty Olllce and works Vny iicdliiirK Ky IuilgfttA+t INSURANCE Your house nayrover burn You ire sure to die Sea nod talk with It SI Newland who will show you tho policy best adapted to your ago and iircuirtstanccs Claims paid prompt Iy Dividends paid annually or deferred R M NKWLAND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 f Pennys Pennys Pennys Are You One Of Them P ENNYS HARMACYHas of PLEASED PATRONS l GET THE HABIT PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky W B Perkinst JiKr fGet Our Prices On Rugs Curtains Curtain SwissesShades Polest Oil Cloths Linoleums Mattings Etc 8T NOJlU IVY Frn 27 1000 RUSSIAN Corn Cure removes corns In four days lOc Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS jHrv W S GriNSTBADofVersallli is here MK C H HICK of Llvlngton was hero yesterday MR LEVI MYEKS is up uftcr Jlrotract1I11nt8s MK U M NKWINI spent soverat days In IxHitsvllIc HON J M ALVKUSON was here from Frankfort Saturday MR HAUVBY HBLM was at 1lherty yesterday on business Tilt Misses Straub are hi tho cities buying millinery Roods v Miss MAny MCROIIKHTS visited lex j ington friends last week U M Hurt is in Cincinnati buylnK goods for L M IIu y Co Miss EUNICE KAKP of Winchester U visiting Mrs Julia Hughes Mn AND MRS 0 P HUFFMAN or Danville were hero Saturday II JOHN A Inocrftit of Buigin was with his brother G T Proctor r H G i PENNLNRTON of Danville III Is with his father and brother here TUB U D Cs will meet with 1Irs I J W Alcorn this afternoon at 230 MKS JAMES MKHSIION of Ixibane Junction is with tho homcfolka here E S AumiciiT of ML Vernon was I 4 a passenger on Saturdays Southbour train RBV IL B MAHONY is spending a few days with Mr Harry Jefferson In ImUvlllo MR AND MRS D H UKFCK or Richmond were guests of Mr and Mn W A Tribble PnoF R S EunANK and son Warren S Eubnnk of Hustonvillc wero here Saturday t Ma J M EOMISTON of Crab Orcli and is visiting Mr Levi KldcrKlcli mond Register MRS W P HICKLB of Hubble Is her parents Mr and Mrs John 1valtlng natnorc MR J M REYNOLDS of Bee Lick r consulting Dr T was here yesterday ti W Pcnnington- MR EMILMEIUII haRold his bakery at Somerset and will live with his par ants at Highland MRS M C SAUFIBY went over to Wilmoro yesterday to visit her daughter Mrs S M Logan MESSRS J K AND M S RAUCIIMAJ l attended tho jock sale of the late John D Harris in Madison Saturday f MR J W UASTIN of Pittaburg was on Fridays train returning from Mem phis and other Southern points DR T P CAUnvELi of London brought a Miss Brown down Sunday to be treated by Dr J G Carpenter DoouKKFrFll J T EMUKY returned to Frankfort yesterday leaving hu brother Sam Embry convalescing THE young people of Hustonvlllogave Opera louse in honor a hop at Alcorna of Miss Clara Coopoe of this place MESUAMBS VIRGINIA GRIMES ant J E Holman toothier and daughter have both been III but are improving Miss ROSA MInER of Highland ia with her brother Mr John IL Meier In Danville Mr Meier came up for 1 herMit E H HYERS who Is in the insurance omco of Rev H H Mahony spent Sunday with hisparents at Shcl- byvllle MR GKOUGB B COOVEK county clerk of Lincoln county and one of the r best In the State was in thecity n short Frankfort Journal tlmo yesterday Tim baby of Dr and Mrs J B neck continues very ill Mrs Arthur Hill of is visiting her parents Mr and John McrahonSomerset Journal PROF J W IRELAND loft yesterday National Education Asso to attend tho Ireland spend elation meeting Mrs ing tho week with her parents In Dan ylllo of Red Mn J LOGAN MONTGOMERY ding Cal is visiting friends in tho Vest End Ho loft hero 20 years ago visit to his old and this Is his first llama JUDGE W C DELI came up from Harrbdsburg Sunday to hold court for His handsomeweeksV the next two wife accompanied him and will remain during the term of LincolnBUADSIIAW MRW P county Is visiting his sister Mrs J M has return Carter Miss Bessie Carter visit In Lincoln ed front a countySomerset Mountaineer IT DONT PAY TO ADVERTISE Unices you know vlmt you are talking about We know the Carpet Imcihett from front A to 1 nod when wo tell you n carpet is all wool wo menu nIlwool We also know hate to cut nlllT fit carpets properly In addition to our largo stock of Ingrains and Matting wo carry u big sample line of Velvety Brussels nod Moquettes Let us show you our new Spring line lit SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 1LOCALSi NEW mattings nnd wall Inper Tribblo Pence JUST received a new and varied lino of clocks W II Mueller Tan biggest w the tell last night and this morning PONY FOR SALEGood driver a1d gentle Call or write this office BitiNG your prescriptions to Dr W N Craig for low prices and best ser vice G W LUNSFOKD bouwght house nnd lot in Need more of B P Martin for 1000 DONT forget that a Commercial Club will be organized at the court huuse Wednesday night r LOST between cemetery and W n Denhams a horse collar No 17 He ward This ofllcc D Co SurLE has for sale at his store at Jumbo shingles and locust posta at the lowest market price Fon RENTThe storeroom on Lnn caster street just vacated by Gnrlnml Singleton Apply at this otlice A JOLLY TRAMP a splendid rural comedy has been booked to appear at Waltons Opera House March 23 WANTED A firstclass white woman cook at once to work In rcstauran No night work Box 103 Corbin SEE tho elegant lino of bottled plck lea of every kind tomato sauce catsup olives etc at Mrs W S Jones A noon job printer who can feed cylinder press can get a position b Immediate application at this olllce Fort RENT Richard Hampton proj irty on Logan Avenue For partict are see Mrs Hampton or call phone 3 Fun SALE OR HE TDr J K Van Irsdalcs residence Possession give at once Apply to L R Hughes Star ConJ Ky I HAVE just returned from the city with new patterns and tosses Cal aOlI have your stamping done Mrs C Leslie Carter Stanford THE watch advertised as loot in last Issue was found by Mr W S Holtz law who brought it to this office rday morning It belonged to SatI Elisabeth M Creighton of It pays to advertise LANCASTER is to have another bank Tho Garrnrd State Rank nnd Trust Con will havo a capital stock of 50000 and must of tho stock has been taken Many of the monied men of that county arc behind tho enterprise THE trustees of the Stanford Male and Female Seminary have elected Dr- O B Fallis as president of that well nown institution of learning for another year This will bo good news to- the many patron of that school IN a wreck on tho L N 10 miles west of London Friday Engineer Wm Bradley of Cincinnati was badly InJurlll and considerable property dame was lone No 22 duo here nt 217 M did not arrive until after 7 o ckJAMESMr J Will James died nt- his homo at Crab Orchard Sunday night aCter n brief illness of hemorrhage tho stomach aged 45 He is survived by his wife who was Miss Maggie Buchanan but no children Mr James was a fine business man and n clover gentleman He will bo missed In the East End where most of his life had He was a kindhearted rememjbersMr James was twice married his firstI wif being n daughter of tho late W Evans Some 0 years ago ho heldI II position in tho Lincoln County tional Bank and during his sojourn here mado many friends Deceased was a son of George W James who has been dend a number of years He leaves threo sisters Mesdames J F Hohtam or this place Sam Scott of Somerset and W Mason Morris of Crab Orch- anJ and they and the distressed wire- hayo the unbounded sympathy of nil- who know them The burial will occur at 230 this afternoon in the Crab Orchard cemetery after funeral services by Rev 0 M Huey of Somerset IALL kinds of plants lettuce rad dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard FOR SALE Farm wagon hnrness plows cutting box corn sheller A G Huffman JUST In big lot of noelcoal which I nm selling at ICJc per bushel W S Wigham Morcland f LOST between my store and the depot a leather watch fob with pearl buckle and horse head Reward It L Warner THOSE who have signified their tention of becoming members of the StnnfoVd Commercial Club will meet at tho court house at 7 oclock tomorrow Wednesday evening for the purpose or organizing it Let every person who desires to see Stanford a bigger and better town come POOH LANcAs1trDrJ M Acton tells the Record that ho kept tab on the matter last year and there Vrcro 17 deaths and nine births in Gannet This of course was among the white population which he places at 1000 He then figured out that at this rate Lancaster would be extinct in 110 yearsCentral Record Foil SALcAbout 11 acres of land one mile from Crab Orchard Ky or Lancaster pike A good dwelling well and all necessary outbuildings Plnco is right on pike This is a good home and a cheap place The owner of this property lives at Henderson Ky and has made up his mind to sell It can be bought at a bargain Forprice etc see or write I It Hughes Stanfon Ky Tim following gentlemen were s lectcd as delegates to represent Linco county at the Farmers Institute at Frankfort todayand tomorrow F F Sandidge John K Boughman Jesse P RifTc Major Tombs W P Givens S L Embry Wm H Shanks Wm T Tucker Andrew J Thompson Jnco Robinson Lilburn Gooch John McKee G L Hcnslcy H Gooch Mack Et tanks J K Sutton M S Baughmar IV I McCarty S M Owens W A Joffey John L Beck FEHRIIUMraDiaElizabeth F rill died at tho home of her grand laughter Mrs Brown Anderson In yCxington Saturday and the remain were brought here and inferred in But alo cemetery nt 1 oclock yesterday Jld Joseph Ballou made a short talk at the grave Mrs Ferrill was the relict of Woodson Ferrill and the mother oC lessrs Thomas and H Bright Ferrill ot this county Mrs Hettio Geer or Lexin ton and E Mack Ferrill or Baltimore She was G6 years old am her death was the result of a complica tlon of troubles She was n devout member of the Christian church and a most excellent woman Most of hei 10nK life was spent in this county where she has many friends who sorrow at her taking away Much sym nthy Is felt for the sons and daugh er in their loss of a truly good mother PROGRAM FOREIGN MISSIONARY HA- LLYThero will bo a Foreign Missionary Rally held in the Christian church here on Thursday next The service gin at 10 oclock and continue until noon They resume at 2 and continue untiI d Addresses will bo delivered as illows Introductory addressPresl dent McLean Cincinnati Go an- dLIL C Garrison Danville Plen for Our PleaJ G Livingston StnnCord Our New Obligations lIuh McClellan Richmond Faith nnd Faithfulness VF M Tinder Lnn caster Preparation for the Marc- holreringC J Armstrong Winchester Save the Church by Saving tho orld0 P McMahon Somerset The Development of a Missiona- rynscienceL M Omer Stanford Do Foreign Missions layG W BnsisIStanford Tho Call of God to Ad nceI J Spencer Lexington Medical Work in IndinDr C C rummond Harda India The address- wl11 be interspersed with appropriate music and prayer No cash contribu lIuIIs or pledges will be called for The public Is cordially Invited to attend Those who cannot spend tho entire day at the Rally may bo able to spend part or it Persons may come and goat any- limo that suits their convenience There will also be n service at night at- which time Revs I J Spencer and- Cecil S Armstrong and probably others wiil make addresses FIELD seeds garden seeds and n full line of groceries opposite court house at T D Newlands MR J Duxes bought W S Fishs drug store at Paint Lake and Is doing a good business TilE Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will meet with Mrs Joe Coffey Saturday afternoon at 2 ocloc 4 MR J L HUTCIIINS has sold his store at Preach ersvillc to a Mr Braddus oC Madison and will remove to Boyle county where ho has bought a farm His friends in East End will give him up with deep regret DIG LossMr I Shelby Tevis tVllo lost his home Travelers Rest It near Shelby City by fire some months ago had the misfortune to lose his barn and its contents in tho same way a few days since A gasoline engine used in operating water works leaked and finally exploded setting firo to the building and considerably burning the engineer John Morrissey A large lo of corn hay etc went up in the flames and two valuable young jacks were burned to death Mr Tevis loss is large but is partially covered by insurance CIRCUIT COURT The February term of the Lincoln circuit court begun yesterday with Judge W C Bell on the the bench and Commonwealths Attorney C A Hardin looking after the States interests Judge Bell delivered a comprehensive charge to the rand jury in which he called the attention or the gentlemen composing it to the dl lapidated and dangerous t condition or the courthouse After the charge court adjourned until this morning there being no cases set for yesterda The following gentlemen compose the grand jury John Lutes George E Robinson F M Ware A R Nunne Icy J J Wright G W Wallace C G Caldwell P S Hughes J C Nea John EiderJ E Holman Gcorg Leach The latter gentleman was made foreman The petit jury is as follows A P Sloan P p Parrish Walte Warren W H Shanks J H McAlia ter Jr Gus McCormack R H Cooper C H Carter J T Chadwick A J Thompson Thomas Manuel W S ettus J P Chandler Morgan Beaz Icy nL Porter W A Coffey John Cress M II Yocum A M Pence J 1 Rifle L C King B W Gaines len Bryan Ed P Carpenter IF one more will good Jor incoln county two will be better am three more will be still better The railroads that we now have generally do the quickest that which they are made to do The L N will in the ear future if It is not doing so now run 10 trains a day between Ltmisvilli nnd Shclbyville reducing transports Ion from three to two cents per mile tho same company runs gasoline motor ears every half hour between Lexing tin and Paris at reduced cost of trans ortation Both of these conditions have been the result of the Interurban roads A number of other changes beneficial to the people could be cited It therefore stands the people of Lin coIn Casey and other counties to the southwest in hand to lend nnd give all possible encouragement to the proposed itcrurban to be constructed in that diction because it may be instrumental in causing the L N to bnild from cottsvillo to Stanford If this is done the Southern railroad may extend its- road from Danville to Jellico This in turn may bring the division back to owland which place is about half way from Cincinnati to Nashville Push the interurban along it costs no more to- say a good than a bad thing Tho interurban has a rightofway through Lincoln county a long stride in mutters of railroad construction This has been bought nnd paid fort In Fayette Scott Bourbon and Woojdford tiro ghtsofway along tho turnpikes were given for tho benefits to be derived by- the people Lincoln was not so generous with the rightofway obtained The cheapness in cost of construction nnd operation the people should take- the matter up and put it through by all means Upon reflection it is apparent that the place for the Interurban on the side of the pikes To have split- the farms between hero and the Q C that are now ramified with county TOads would have them look like checker boards The rightofway would have cost more than the construction the road X The only way we cats prove to you the truth of olin ads la to show you goodsTo Sell Quick Wo have marked down some short lengths hi Wool Carpets Mattings and Carpet Samples very low The former are just the thing for halls and small rooms and the latter for Hugs NtiN1 N7ti 11tiN1 X411 r 1 i LADIES IrJust a Word About Spring 1- i Footwear 1 sO i r new Spring Shoes and Oxfords are Yorkiceptional Beauty both as to Style and I QUEEN manship QUALITY i teem to have hind special inspiration iShoMnukel8 and we promise you more perfect i the shoemakers art than you ever i saw Queen Quality sets the styles Dont think of buying Spring J3hocs until you 1 have seen the Queen Quality line Oxfords 8250 and 83 Boots 83 nod 8350 Other makes 150 to S i I CUMMINSI i McCLARY i II sNN1ZN N 1NM 1t NKati rllzrlllllrrrllll llllllrlltllllJlltllllljt1llrll NEW LINE OF SILKS r And i AllOver LacesI r 4 Also New Lot of i I Stamped Linen Cor set Covers AND WAIST PATTERNS See our Windows priceIL M HUBY CoTDry Goods Notions Five andTen Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 11111 tI II II II I tttfoitlllil t 1t11I e t 0ff k The Interior Journal t Entered in the Pot Ofce at Stanford a tteondclat3 matter P1ULt8lnao TUICHUAVM AND FJUOW AT S00 PER YEAR CASH When not so paid 1200 will be charged E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford New Hustonville Firm Having bought of McOormnck A IVncock their Grooorle llnrtlwiiro etc we solicit n bare of the patronage of tho W est End plO Tile We nlso have connection n Dully Meat Mnrkvt nnd Lunch Counter butcher stuff nt highest iniirkct wepainall kind of country produce I1IHIIOP A Llllh Ilutonvllle Ky BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce B Carter Livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KT Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is solicited Horsca on commission teck Pena in Connection NEW LIVERY STABLE milb CLABKSON IrenI JUNCTION CITY KY flntOlaM Turnout at Ueaionable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Orate and nay for Gala A Special Bargain One hundred nnd 11lIcro farm nliout d mllerNortwest of Htuniord Good two tory IZroomuwelllnKiii pUndlustocklnirnon of the best viiteretl bums In the nccvusnry outlmllilliiK Kpluiulld orehinL acres In blue never bwn plowvd Tbl whole fiirni liiyn well nnd thero Is no waste land on It JoIe miles from Dunrllle Thl la n mnrgninuuotheplncemmt Iw sold within Ute next a JJ posts can lotten oft of turn Possession given ut once Yor1nrtlculnrscu Jnme L Whit or L nIHughes Stanford Ky Give Me Your Order Can Please YouIrondmmle clolhlng wbenther- otso little tlmerellC In the price of high grudureadymdoaultflnad n suit made to your atenur an ox rlenced tnllort 1 Imvu u Imiulsoiiie line of Fall and Winter Roods I can nmku front u low price buMues1 suit to the finest dress suit Also overcoats trousers and fancy vests Tho company I represent la unit of tho best H C ROPLEY the Tailor Qattl Traijlort DIALrnllf WliisK Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc Oarpcntir Ole to DepotSTANFORD KYI Prom pi tl ntlon Nothlnt the V It drink aniSrtt cr ttltsap order rallya- romptattentlon JLBeazleyCoJ Undertakers and Embalmers Also Dealers in FurIniture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kind of Stock Give e Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e lt T Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harnes8Saddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY Once Phone 167 Home Phone 31 t J FARMERS EEPARTKENT1 FOR SALE50 cr Stanford 2t A J Gooch has 18 ewes with 30 lambs Who can beat that A R Matheny bought a pair of mules at Lancaster for 310 I want to rent 35 or 40 acres of land to go in oats Box 4 Rowland A few cholco young shorthorn bulls and heifers for sale At W Carpenter Moreland Col D C May of Rolling Fork sold to Joe Phillips Lebanon 16 coming 2yearold mules at 140 Reb Goddard sold his trotting brc marc Salva to a Chicago man for 575 Harrodsburg Herald In Bourbon county J E Clay sold his crop of300000 pounds of tobacco grow on 50 acres to the Continental ntl cents FOR SALE400 bushels recleaned orchard grass seed Price 150 per bush el Telephone Kentucky Supply Co Danville Ky J K Baughman bought two lineage jacks at the Harris sale in Madison M S Baughman bought a good aged jack and two young ones Josh Jones sold to R B Woods a twoyearold mare by Dorsey Golddus for 165 and to Gentry Kinney Danville 4000 bales of hay ot GOc per 100 poundsA sold Pemberton Bros of Elizabethtown a combination horse for 235 Coffey Bros Young bought an extra pair of yearling mules from A Hunn for 260 Adair News The 200000 members of the American Society of Equity a farmers organization are preparing to strike for higher prices on farm products by agreeI- ng to withold their crops from the marketA sow weighing about 175 pounds crop oft of one ear and slit in other came to my place some time ago Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep E G Beckley Stanford LANCASTER COURTIA big crowd attended Lancaster court yesterday but business was not brisk There were about 100 cattle on the market and a few 700pounders sold as high as 4cI but 3 to 3ic were the ruling prices Good horses were in demand but plugs were slow at any price The mule trade was fairly good FOR SALEA nice large store room and dwelling above consisting of several nicely furnished rooms A good barn and lot and all necessary outbuildings The property is in good repair situated on Main street in Stanford Ky right in the business portion of town The property will be sold at a bargain and is a splendid opportunity for some one desiring to gin in business for the store and dwelling combined will be a great saving in rent etc Pos session given immediately For partic ulars etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Now and Then Some thorough and careful phylclnn invents in his practice some special medicine that proves so successful whenever prescribed that he proceeds to place It before the public to bo reached by the newspapers ThIs Is the history of Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin For years prescribed by Dr W 11 Caldwell for constipatIon and all disorders of liver stomach ond bowels it was at- Iltst manufactured on a large scale md is now tho most successful med ctne In the world for these diseases A pure scientific tonic laxative yrup pleasant to take and perfect in results Try it Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Huston vllle at GOo and 81 Money IJllck- Ilf it lulls i +p Belle Meadeone of the most famous reeding establishments of thorough reds in this country will become a sidence suburb of Nashville Plans have been made to cut the celebrated farm up into town lots There are jveral hundred deer and elk in the park and it hnsnotyet becndetermlned what disposition will ho made of these nimals SeDefies Time One the most beautiful women in inerlca defies the ravages of time by Imply keeping her blood purified with Dr CaldweltslaxatlveSyrup Pepsin It will do time same for you If taken at tho least sign of bowel liver or tomnch trouble it will grovent all Inds of sickness keep your clrcula Ion clear and your skin andcomplex Ion as fresh anil pure us in childhood Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvillc utfiOc and 81 Money back if it fulls Thirty persons were arrested at the three Louisville theaters Sunday as a result of the order of the Board of Pub c Safety that Sunday performances be discontinued The performances were ontinucd after the arrests were made and the cases will be tried out in the courts Mrs Nick Longworth was given a 1500 dog for a wedding present supposedly to try on the first biscuits shw makes before giving them to her husband If they dont kill the dog Nick will stapd some show for his life rankfort Journal Notice To contractors Not le1s hereby given that I will on Monday March5 19O6 Beginning nt 10 oclock A M let to the lowest nml best bidder who shall give bond in at least double the amount of the value of the work to be thou the surety on said bond to be approved by tho Supervisor tho furnishing hauling breaking andspreading the amount of atomic nod gravel on each of the sections of the turnpikes in Lincoln countyas hereinafter appears Stanford Danville section from Stanford to Hawkins Branch 20 rodsI stone Same section 2 Hawkins Branch to Boyle county line 20 rods ot gravel and 20 rods stone Hush Branch Pike Sec 1 from Stanford V Lancaster Pike to Hinvkin Branch 10 rods of stone and 10 rods grnvel same Sec ii Hawkins Brand to Hubble 1C rods gravel Danville Lancaster whole pike 20 rods stone and 15 rods gravel Stanford Knob Lick Secl from Stanford li Huston villc pike to the Hanging Fork 20 rods of gravel Sec 2 from Hanging Fork to Danville Hustonville Pike 20 rods gravel Lincoln Boyle County Pike whole pike 10 rods gravel Stanford MilledgevHlo Pike Sec from Stanford Hustonvillo Pike to McCormucke Church 20 toils gravel Sec 2 from McCormacks Church to Millcdgcvillc 25 rods gravel Crab Orchard it Chappells Gap Pike whole pike 50 rods stone Stanford Prcacherevillo Pike Sec 1 from Stanford Crab Orchard Pike to Wilkorsous Branch 25 rolls gravel Sec 2 from Wilkcrsons Branch to Crab Orchard Lancaster Pike 25 rods gravel Crab Orchard it Lancaster Pike Sec 1 from G W Evans to Grab Or chard 10 rods stone nnd 10 rods gravel Sec 2 from G W Evans to par rand line 10 rods stone and 10 rods gravel Stanford it Crab Orchard Pike Sec 1 from Stone Hon o to II D Baughmanu line 20 rods stone Sec 2 from II D Baiighnmnti line to By waters gate 20 rods stone Sec 0 Bywatent gate to Crah Orchard 40 rods ravel Stanford it Otteuheim Pike Sec 1 from Stanford it Somcocl pike to JI 0 Lynne 10 rods stone and 10 rods gravel Sec 2 J G Lynns tcrllooncs Blacksmith Shop 20 role stone Sec from BOQIICB Blacksmith Shop to Dttcnhcim 20 rods slate or gravel Stanford Dix River Garrard County it White Oak Pikc Sec 1 from Rowland to J II HiattV 80 rod stone Sec 2 from J II HiattV to Gar card lino 35 rods stone Stanford ifVnyncsbilrg Pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Qttcnheim pike at tJ E Lynns 25 rods gravel Sec 2 from J E Lynn to Mnywood Co road 15 rods stone or gravel SceH from Mnywood county road to Carter store 10 roils slate or stone Sec 4 from Garters store to I llutcliinm tchoo house 15 rods gravel Sec Ti from Hntchiiona tcliool house to Butts store 20 rods gravel Sec 0 from Butts store to Kingsville pike 12 rods tone Sec 7 from Kingsville pike to Geo Gaines house 15 rods of stone Sec 8 from Gw Guinea to G W Clifts 20 rods stone See D from G W Cliffs to Wnynesburg oO rods stone Kingsville it Pleasant Point Pike Sec Gum Wnynesburg Pike to Co Load lending to Casey county 15 rods stone Sec 2 from casey county line to KSugsville 15 milestone McKinuey it South Fork Pike whole pike 25 veils gravel Hustouville it Colleys Mill Pike Sec 1 from Hustonvillo to James Fryes house 25 rods stone Sec 2 from mules Lyres lioueli to Ml Salem store 20 rods stone- Hustonvillo it Bnidfordsvillc Pike whole pike 40 rods gravel Ilnstonville it Carpenters Creek whole pike 50 rods gravel 50 rods stone Duqvilloit Hustonville pike Sec 1 from Hustouvillo to Hlack pike 7C rods ftouc Sec 2 from Black pike to Boyle county line 50 rods gravel Carpenters Station it Morclnnd pile whole pike 25 rods gravel Turnersville it McKinnpy pike whole pike 115 rods gravel McKinney it Tuniersvillc pike from John MurphyJi to MoKinnoy 40 rods of it Hustonville pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Tnrnowvillo 50 rods stone Sec 2 froniTiirnersviUe to Hustonville 25 role steno TurnerHvillo it McCormucks Church pike Sec 1 from Tunicravillo to Snm Helms 10 Todd gjavcl Sue 2 from Sam Helms to C Bishops 10 mis gravel Sec a from C Bishops to Stanford it Knob Link pike 10 rods ravelStanford it Lancaster pike SPV from Staffords city limits to Logans tlUle JO rods stone Sec 2 front Logans lane to Garrard line 10 rolls gray eI McKinney Colleys Mill pike Sec from McKinney to old tollgate ousc 20 rods gravel Sec 2 from old tollgate house to Fairs house rods gravel Scc a front Fairaboiise to lit Sltcm 40 rods stone j Sec t- from Mt Salem to Casey tine 30 rods stone t Guarantee companies accepted on bonds Hod of stone or gravel consists of 225 cubic feett Handbrokcn stone must be on margin of section by Sept 15 All metal is to be measured by courts representative who rimy designate whcn and where it clay be spread All stone furnished must be greyor blue limestone or quartz and broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter Tho gravel must bo clean nd flinty free from dirt and said and that furnished on Sections and 2 to cKinney it Volleys Mill pike Turnersville it McKinney pike and pike jading from John Murphys to McKinney list be from Green River The courts representative may reject any material out of proper size sand utility Bidders atiat announce at the letting whether stone will be broken by hUllelcl crusher The wagons used in hauling metal from crusher shall bo measured by the courts representative brforc beginning work nudshall be filled full rounding in the middle Ko metal shall be specad unless tho courts representative is present Time supervisor reserves the right to reject any and till bids Copies of bonds required cut be obtained at time county clerks oflicc A C DUNN Supervisor FOR SALE Farm of fSincrt8 good blue grass und 101 Imfco land hu4 acre of hfinp on It year the bnhincoln Kruu Faun oiw mile from llustonrllle land ndjolni plk hoaso of 8 rooms kitchen buck jioroh cl tern ncnr kitchen Hut now imrn 4JiK fiwt For trni apply to JII MCIIAUCIUK Uiistoiivlllo Ky UMBRELLAS andRecovered and repaired made almost u good ai new for a small amount can Bx your umbrella better than the tramp repairer and tone money Olra me a trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford o FEBRUARY Clearance Sale I Mens 15 Suits cut to 1048 Mens 12 50 Suits and Overcoats cut to 848 Mens 10 Suits and Overcoats cut to 748 Mens 750 Suits and Overcoats cut to 448 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 buyr elsewhere SAM ROBINSON r Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY n The KentuckY State Journal Frankfort Kentucky I Only Daily and Weekly PubUehed lit the Capital and till only line that ever took Alwxiated lrciI Hfj rlJl has recently been enlarged nun jreatly improved It makes n specialtyof LOCAL sKVS including trust hf time Court of Appeals State Fiscal Court Tho Federal Court It is cs xicially valuable to lawyers Sub criJ1tion yearly S Send remittance to W P WALTON PROR Frankfort Kentucky First National BankStanford Ky ICapItal Stock 50000 This institution was orljInillT estsbliha6- u the Deposit llank of Stanford In 1811 then reorganticd ai the National tank of Stanford In 1841 and again reorganised ai the Flnt National Bask of Stanford It 1181 having bad practically an nnlnUr ruptel ullteaee for n Jura It Is better ullplled now with faeillties for transact Ing bmne promptly and well than ever before Intl long honorabla career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car orations Solicited IlN to all rs IT 2pw COc AT and Ky to wrlto liijilriinco or And solicit thu of ttin cllUunx of tho last Km Nonu lint the lxf with Crab Co Hut talk with in Iwforo your IIII Kurunco of iTiuWIni old IUt your property with luiincl Wtl sell It fur you only nijill Qffloira J e HOOKKK rrtf 8T Hxnitu V Prei J J Clir W II WRAUCNAMtChr Directors r Held UanTllle T llarrU J 8 llockrr Stanford K I Tanner IST P11111 Stanford Jti Robinson Hubble J n Rauchtaau Stanford fJ M 1rltu Stanford 0 R Tate Stanford YOUR WANTS Drugs Paints and Oils WindowIGlass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low Cash pri ces byrW B McRoberts II II InitsoNAi supervision given Prescriptions ioinpoiiiidcd 11 Crai Heroin Compound Cmigs Heroin OoiniMiund WHEN BABY FIRST BEGINS TO GIVE Craigs Heroin Compound CUKES THAT HOAIISK AND CKOtlY WIIEEXIC AND STOPS THAT KAITLIXG SOIND AND SIZES CRAIGS DRUG STORE Morris Perkins General Insurance Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Wuiiro jirpparol Life Accident Fire Tornado hiulncan t ooinpMi lus Office Orchard Banking n n lilialHK iiollclcfl clmrKliwjou rt pcrnmt 4 UcUOilKUTS SunforJ McKlnnj DRUGGIST STANFORD SNKEXK MOO rlJlfJlIlllcJ1 POSTED trletSytorbldpining on our places and wilt proiecnte violator to the full extent of the law tire Kate Ado Kiilcheubach Ilrui VouOrueDllanFretAlfred Simpson Qeoriro Holmei Mlu tUttle II tlonea K Kelchunbucb Charles Oummlnt Jos Sauna A 0 Dunn M Holtnoi UaujhertyAlll10ltman Peter W Jester J Norln Darter J E llruce W K Bhomtker Thomas Perrlll Orson Kerrlll F J Conn Jobn II Oamenlteh Sam Trlwhrldj1e A D Root Charles Entiltn Frank Cord lor Mr Hayden Welch Peter Iltlmer John Meter Samuel Mndiey LytleDuldlIaujhmaDOnrlltfln Jacob Jimweln Sam nameroa II