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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tis VOL XXXiV STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 2 1906NO 1 Obituary of Mr J W James CRAW ORCHARD KY Fru 27On February 25th near tho Hombro hour of midnight the noblo and generous spirit of J W James the noblest man that ever lived in all the tide of Time took iU flight from his elegant home to a far more iplcndod mansion in the skiesHo was not yet 45 and no man not even his lamented father tho lato G W James will be so sadly missed by tho poor and humble Ho has had many work hands in his service andI when any servant or exservant ho always gave him appropriate at his own expense When somo burialI black woman nick and out of provisions both would bo sent at his own expense in his own wagon On one occasion a poor destitute man William Kldd with a withered arm passing his place of business with an empty meal sack on his shoulder and a coffeesack in which ho had three hens tho only property he had tn the world stopped in tot warm Willie said what have you there a ixasorn No How arc possoms Mighty scarce How are times with you Mighty hard I have in my coffee aaek my only three hens Tho 11amsomo meal and coffee look here at this paper and ace what your hens are worth in the market G8 cents a piece Take them back home to lay you somo eggs and take this dollar to buy your gome coffee and meat and take your meal sack up to my miller and tell him to fill it as full of meal as ho can tlo It He gave more to preachers churches Sunday schools Christmas trees and to feed rind clothe tho poor than any other man in Lincoln county Alas how sad that one who had so often fed tho hungry should die hungry hlnuclfbecauso he could not cat Ills donations to churches Sunday schools and to charity amounted annually to tho hundreds Frank Brooks said on the train today Tho death of Will James is the breaking up of the noblest family that ever lived In Lincoln county Ills placo hero can never be supplied His Fo- rtuna was ample his cash capital in the thousand and his pockets always full to meet tho demands of tho borrower and tho beggar How much better this than millions to libraries for ostenta tion only which do not benefit tho xxjr people I never saw such universal sorrow t expressed in all ranks of life At his burying were tho proud aristrocrats and tho poor tenant working men and their wives and their little children shivering in tho snow At Stanford Monday morning much grief was ox pressed by such men as Cicero Roy noalda County Clerk George II Cooper nnd the editor of the INTERIOR JOUR NAL nil of whom had hail business re lotions with him Ho was fur some time clerk in the J H Owsloy bank at Stanford and was V n devoted friend of this venerable financier whose confidence he enjoyed Ho was educated at Georgetown Col lege and though not gifted with the divine infiatus of lofty oratory yet in a debate n that college when no doubt he was competing with the George town or Lexington bar ho took tho prize in discussing whether or not cir cumstantial evidence should bo admit ted in tho courts Ills side of tho de bate was the nfllrmativo Ho was n fluent talker no excellent penman nnd an accurate and rapid accountant Ho was the fond Idol of his mother and his relatives male and female loved him to idolatry Ills aunt Mrs M V Sig Icr adored him us her own darlihg kWillie Deceased was twlco married Ills first wife wits Mattie Owsley Evans daughter of tho lato George W Evans and his present wife was Mar garet daughter of tho noble old Scotch man tho lato John Buchanan Ills wives were both most excellent women of the first families and his laslwifo is noted for her domestic qualities Like the great Washington the deceased left no children but all tho poor of this community will ever regard him as a father brother and friend Ills grand old father G W Jnmes and devoted mother Lizzie P James preceded him to the tomb somo years ago Ho leaves u most devoted wife to mourn his un t timely death His sisters Mrs Louan na Holdam of Stanford Mrs Scott of Somerset and Mrs Berta Morris of Crab Orchard arc broken hearted with grief fresh wounds no time can heal nnd he loft male and female relatives and friends who will never cease to mourn for him who never gave cause to mourn before Ho was in many qualities the grandest man that ever moved In tho truck or time Bravo and noble gallant and true ills poor little niece Sue Beth James and nephew George Andrew James dual orphans whoso father gave his life in service as a soldier In tho far away Philippines came up from Stanford to mingle their tears over the gravy of the dear depart s cd All relatives and friends who areIgood enough will meet him again shall we not strive to do so 7 Rev 0M Huey made most beautiful and appropriate remarks at tho res idence to tho largo crowd assembled there which at first fanned the flames of grief in talking of tho noblo dead and cruel Death till It was almost ur bearable but at the close with his soft enpressions and beautiful language he assuaged our grief to soft soothing sacred billows of sorrow which wo hope will softly slumber there forever departWhoThere is rio union hero of hearts But that union has an end Farewell dear Willie we leave thee With the newfallen snow for a winding sheet And cold bleak winter for a bier And every clod beneath tho mourners feet- Moistened with a tear FONTAINE P BOIUIITT OTTENHEIM Some of our old citizens are predict ing a fruit famine this year Andy Adams lit preparing to move back to his cottage on Main street John Harris has bought the homo place of his brother George Harris forim Miss Rebecca Mulllns who has been on a vacation will resume herschool at this place Tuesday- G M Dalian who has been in this section for a few days on business has returned to his homo in Somerset much to the regret of his old friends Mr R G Collier formerly of near hero has notified us that he wants to see more Ottenhelm news and as ho is such a clover gentleman we will have to respond Matthew Johnson had his first auc tioneer experience Wednesday crying Cicero Lays sale Mack IIas his friends call him did right well every thing bringing good prices Joseph Katca whose sale was last Saturday is preparing to start to New Albany Ind In a wagon which he has constructed for the journey It resem bles a thresher cook wagon Mrs Myrtle Manuel who has been quite ill with ft complication oftroubles doesnt seem to improve Mrs Calvin Pitman of Indiana is visiting friends and relatives In this section HUBBLE Mrs Win Wilder is on the sick list T C Rankin lost a mulo which was Icing broken G A Swinebrsad sold a pair of black mules for 35 The bright little son of Mrs Walter Mulkcy died last Wednesday and was buried in Lancaster cemetery She has the sympathy of the entire community in her bereavement Leo Rankin sold his hogs to Danville parties at Clc L P Weaver sold his hogs to Lancaster dealers nt file R G Bratton has 90 cattle to which he Is fowling fodder at 15c per shock In tho absence of the pastor Prof J E Mannix of lancaster conducted services at tho Methodist church last Sunday Eld Tinder will fill his ap ntmcnt nt the Christian church Sun day afternoon- E B Miller has received a letter from his son Frank who has been clerk ing in a largo dry goods store at Leba non Ind stating that ho has resigned his position and has accepted one with a wholosae shoe house which gives him a salary of 60 per month and ex penses J W Eubunks remains in a critical condition Mrs J P Buckley of Kingman 0 is at his bedside Mrs Sink has returned to her home in Lexington after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Alex Carman n filleted With Rhoumati I wits anil am yet alHIcted with rheumatism says Mr J C Uliyne editor of tho Herald Ailcilngtun Inv dlaiCforrltory but thanks to Chum lx rlulnn Pain Halm am able onco tnoro to attend to business It is the best of liniments If troubled with rheumatism give Palo Bulm a trial end you are certain to lay more than pleased with the prompt relief which It affords Ono application relieves till pain For sale by Dr W NI Craig tho populist druggist at Stan orb K Through tho efforts of William S Miller a prominent local real estate nan and an of Lancaster tho former Kentuckians of have organized a Kentucky Club and- re preparing to send a delegation to Louisville homecoming Week- June 13 to 1- 7Clears the Complexion Orlno Lnxitlvo Fruit Syrup stimu lated and thoroughly clenses tho sys tem and cleats tho complexion of plm pies und blotches It Is tho best laxa tivq for women and children as It Is mild and pleasant anti dons not gripe or sicken Orlno Is much superior to plllg aperient waters and all ordinary cathartics as It does not irritate tho stomach and bowels Pennys Drug- Store NEWS NOTES Uloomingsburlfo of Roanoke Va dropped dead Lexington has increased saloon licenses from 75 to 150 and 25 or more of tho 151 barrooms there willclose At Sharpsburg Frank Hart aged 10 was stabbed In tho back and seriously wounded by Milford Arnold aged 12 Plans are being made for the biggest ball over given in Kentucky to be lick In the Armory in Louisville during Homecoming Week Six men wore killed and 12 so badly injured that most of them are exectcd to die by an explosion in Little Cahaba mine No2 at Piper Ala As the result of tho explosion of a gasoline lamp at tho county jail in Lawton Oklahoma five men were seriously burned two fatally About 500 carpenters and 1000 other men Identified with the building trades went on a strike at East St Louis III to enforce demands for increased wagesIt held by a London divorce court that marriages by habit and repute contracted In tho United States must be considered legal in Macey an alleged bootlegger was shot and killed in Breckcn ridge county by Deputy United States Marshal Loyal Bennett Macey had been arrested and was endeavoring to escapeFollowing a conference of several leading life insurance representatives President Morton of tho Equitable announced that his society hadaccept ed tho Armstrong report and was ready to abide any legislation that might bo enactedIn cases of Judge James Hargis end others charged with the murder of James B Marcum Commonwealths Attorney Adams moved for n change of venue Pending a decision of tho court tho defendants were released on 10000 bond each Tho annual convention of the Department of Superintendence of tho National Educational Association con vened for a threedays session in the Warren Memorial Presbyterian church Louisville Tuesday morning About fifteen hundred of the bestknown educators of the United States are in at tendance Circuit Judge Riddle decided to va cate the bench at Jackson in the case of James Hargis Ed Callahan and others charged with tho murder of J Marcum The defendants were ordered into custody of the jailer and the vacancy on the bench will bo certi fied to Gov Bcckham for tho appointment of a special judge I IN MEMORIAM In loving remembrance of our dear little William Mulkey who died Feb 20 1JOC In childhood wo were together But now BO muchalone Since William our little baby tins left our happy home Oh It is so lonesome without William Wo miss him everywhere We miss him at the table When wo seo his vacant chair Ono more home left sad and lonely Ono more body laid to rest Till the final trumpet sounds And the graves give up their dead There will bo a golden crown awaiting for each faithful servantAUNT LUCY CORNS CURED Corn Exit will positively remove corns in four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each nnd every customer whose corns aro not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky We must make somo sacrifice said tho senior partner who was an Idtime financier Wo must make acrificcs or go to tho wall Tho new man In the firm rubbed his chin gloomily for n minute or more me his face brightened when the inspiration came Good he cried We will make acrillccs of our creditors It will not cost you a cent to try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and they are excellent for stomach troubles and constipation Get a free sample at Dr W N Craigs tlio popular druggist at Stanford Ky I fear that youll soonforget me faltered the young girl Why asked tho man Oh life insurance fellows have mch poor memories At MIddlesboro Isaac D Grccr and Miss Flora Foley wero joined heart and hand 0 n KINGSVILLE Miss Esther Murphy Is quite sick Thompson Evans have a new gust line engine in their planing mill A little son aged about four years of Mr and Mrs Reuben Horton died and was buried at Pleasant Point Miss Mattio Black of Floyd was the guest of Mrs Wm Lane Will Carey of tho C Sspent Sunday with his wife and son here The Q C is constantly making Improvements here Ferguson McCartj continue with work south of the depot and have orders to commence work on the tunnel which is to be extensive ly repairedW of Nicholasville Vho for nearly n year has been our efficient station agent will go to Lexington soon to take a sition under Mr Jones the signal man A Mr Hurt will succeed Mr Wolf here The VanAredall sale near hero was wellattended The VanArsdalls left Sunday for Boyle county They art clover people and will be much missed in the Pleasant Point section James Florence and a young man by the name of Patterson gave a performance at Reynolds Hall Friday evening They had a poor house however having failed in all probability to sufficiently advertise beforehand There is a great deal of sickness just now and our two good doctors are kept very busy and to seriously complicate matters both are Indisposed Dr Acton being threatened with pneumonia and Dr Thompson suffering with lumbago- A L Green who is a first rate car penter will shortly begin work on the addition to the school house and will later commence the erection of a new school building at Pleasant Point where two districts have been thrown together Miss Laura Dyes school celebrated Washingtons birthday with a very creditable entertainment Miss Dye will go to Bowling Green to attend the normal school after her term closes here which will be in n few weeks Her sister Miss Elizabeth Dye will al so take a course at Bowling Green Eld J G Livingston of Crab Orch lard fillc l his regular appointment here Sunday morning and evening preach ing excellent sermons The congrega tion in the morning was lamentably small but was better at the evening service We arc not alone in wishing Elm Livingston to redeliver his ser mon of Sunday morning nt his next ap pointment hero Kingsvillc never had a better preacher than Bro Livings tonMrs Bud Gooch and son Estill spent n low days with her sister Mrs W L McCarty at Stanford Archie Francs and family have moved back from Eu banks and arc occupying the house for merly occupied by Charles Love and family the latter having moved to Burnside Mrs Sarah Walters has rev turned horn a visit to her daughter Mrs John Yocum at Danville Mrs Walters will build a new home here soon A Favorite kembcdy for Babies Us pleasant taste and prompt cures havo made Chutnbcrluns Cough Item tidy n favorite with tho mothers of small children It quickly euros tholr coughs and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other serious consequences It not only curoscroup but when given as soon as tho croupy cough appears will prevent tho attack For sale by Dr W N Craig the pop ular druggist at Stitnford Ky With trembling fingers the sorrowing father opened a small box which had just been left by the postman When the lid was removed there lay revealed a boys shoe part of a cravat n ring and a collar button Alas cried the griefstricken old man gazing on the fragments I al ways feared that Clarence couldnt stand the hazingJudge Do Not Be Imposed Upon Foley k Co Chicago originated Honey unilTnr asa throat and lung remedy and on account of tho grout merit and popularity of Foley s Honey and Tar many Imitations are olTercd for the genuine These worthless Im itations have similar sounding names Beware of them Tho genuine Foloys honey and Tar Is in a yellow package Ask for it and refuse any substitute It is the best remedy for coughs and colds Pennys Drug Store Who is your favorite character in modern American history Thomas C Platt sir And why Ho resigned an office once by honky Chief Justice Hobson unnounced that Hon JohnD Carroll of Henry county had been appointed commissioner of tho court 6f appeals under the terms of an art lby the present General Assembly Mr Carroll is one of the best knot attorneys in the State i 6 Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac cordeons Concertinas Harps Har monophones Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Mr J B FinleytFormerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky A Few Jars of Heinz Preserves and Ap r pie Butter At Cost t WB HlGGlNS CASH HOUSE r STANFORD KENTUCKY a the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KcatuckgrtCAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January I 1906 24600000 OFFICERS = S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS L Owsicv Stanford S II SHANK Stanford 0 W CAHTKU Tarnonrllle I W H CUMMIN Ircuchcrivllle L 0 GOOCH WaynejUurg W H TRAYIXJK Ullooru Creek It L numuE Lincuiter W 0 WAIKBH Stanford J II FosTKii Stanford W n StuaesStanford J R PAXTON Stanford Wt rtHlHiitfully solicit the meomitu of Individuals 11 rill timid Corporation flanks and Hunker mill iiroprtimml ti furnish nil depositor such iiciommodutloiiH us uru consistent with safe blinking Modern Hnfety IHnosIt hoses In our vault for uo of our Clistoniern eei III HOMEYou are now planning BUILDERSyour louse to build this season II Dont forget these facts about Tin Roofing FIRE I FIRE FIREDo you know the feeling these words give a property I owner If you have a tin root there will be f0 er cent less 1 auger of fire at your house When you think how much longer it will last it is the cheapest and best roof made Dont fail to consult me nod get prices before you decide on your roof 5 iI- I ALDRIDGE 1 a I Street Stanford Ky m atisattrtaas aaat j BUY YOUR Collars Hames Collar Pads Backbands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets Grub Toolsic from George D IHopper Stanfor a Ky Hardware Groceries TinwarefQueensware Tiling Etc I BtaT GOODS LOWEST PRICES t f The Interior Journal E C WALTON lANOTHER MILESTONE PASSED 1TilEINTERIOR JOURNAL is 34 years old today A generation has born and died since its establishment in 1872 and r it still goes on its semiweekly mission of disseminating news and spreadir knowledge with malice towards none andcharity for all What a volume of history has it written n those 31 year of how many pleasant and how mat sad events it has told one can hard imagine When F J Campbell now editor of the Somerset Journal con ceived the idea of starting the paper and carried it into effect he builded wiser than he knew for ho laid the foundation of an enterprise that was destined from a small beginning to gr wand wax strong and today thanks to the best constituency that ever blessed a newspaper it is a power r in the land always for good we hope and intend Our older readers will remember that 7X in 1875 the paper was bought by our brother who after a few years chang 1 ed it from a weekly to a semiweekly one of the first papers in the State to be so issued Away back in the SOs the writer then a mere youth recentl orphaned came to Stanford to live and soon became infatuated with type set ting and other newspaper work and finally decided to adopt the business as his life work As compositor foreman local editor and business manager we did what we could tp contribute to the papers success which was always dear to our heart and when in 1900 we cam into full possession of it by purchase we felt that we had not striven in vain During our complete charge we have worked early and late to make the IN TERIOR JOURNAL a credit to its home and to the State and how well we have succeeded we leave to our patrons to say Thanking them for their indulgence and help and promising renewed efforts to make the cheapest in deed and in truth the best we will con tine to write the history of yesterday nothing extenuating or setting down Caught in malice AT a meeting of the House Investi gating Committee it was voted tha there is no foundation for the charge preferred or implied against the man agement of the State School of Reformat Lexington and that the records of the institution are in good order and correct as far as shown The resolu tlon setting this forth was an oral one ipresented by Representative George Wilson secretary of the commission ThYrequest of Mr W P Walton who has been a trustee of the institution sins it was opened A SAMPLE of communion wine was found by a New York expert to con tain wood alcohol hard cider and anl line coloring Fortunately communi cants do not take enough to hurt them I but if there is a hell and we are satis fied there is a very warm spot is re served in it for those who would adul terate wine to be used for such a pur pose J H STETSON the Philadelphia man who made his money manufacturing hats didnt leave a cent of his five mil lions to charity and certain people are now saying many mean things about him forgetting that the hat maker may have thought that the sweetest of charities begin at home IT is dangerous to go to Sunday school in certain portions of Bell county In a fight at one on Clear Fork John Pearson shot and fatally woundel Hiram Paris The dispute arose over the Sunday school lesson Better close the school until missionaries can dos some work there- OF course Congressman Blackburn of North Carolina indicted for the charge of having practiced before the Treasury Department and receiving fees therefore in violation of the Fed eral laws is a Republican Southern Democrats aremade of better mate rial ONE of the wedding presents to the anthraciteicomes may then prove the most valuable of their more than a million dollars worth of gifts SAN FRANCISCO wants to celebrate a birthday in 1913 with a worlds fair These worlds fairs are now getting too promiscuous Suppose we calla halt after the Jamestown exposition POLITICAL The gubernatorial boom of Senator W H Cox of Mason county will be launched at a banquet in Frankfort next week Sweeping election reforms are pro vided in a bill introduced by Senator LaFollctte The acceptance of cor poration money is absolutely prohibited The House at Washington passed the Dalzell bill incorporating the Lake Eric and Ohio River with an authorized capitalization of 600000000 lI The House committee assuming the threat of the rectifiers that they woul leave the State to be a bluff allowed the tax to remain at one and onehal spiritsThree State of Indiana and the estates of six who have died are to be sued in the tram of the State for the recovery of fees alleged to have been illegally collected Senator Tillman is in South Carolin looking after his senatorial fences The Senator is supporting the presen State dispensary law and he will mak this the issue in his campaign for re election f The fifth annual convention of what is known as the student volunteer movement convened nt Nashville the attendance reaching nearly 5000 representing practically the worlds mis sionary field It is stated authoritatively tha Kentucky will get four 100000 Fedora buildings under the Buildings Bill which will be reported soon The lucky towns are Mayfield Owensboro Bowling Green and Winchester According to Samuel H Cohen Qf Texas who is supposed to be one bfI legislaItiondoes not limit the jurisdiction of courts and for this reason should thej ccive the unqualified support of all ocrats A Washington dispatch says that John W Yorkes may retire if Petty Is allowed to continue as postmaster ni Shelbyville =Not on your life Mr Yerkes belongs to the class of those ol whom it is said few die and that none resign If he ever goes out it will be at the toe of the Presidents boot Frankfort Journal- Democraticlmembers of both houses oft Congress are discussing the question as to a successor to Chairman Cowherd of the Democratic Congressional Cam paign Committee The candidates so far announced are Representative Griggs of Georgia and Representative Flood of Virginia Mr Griggs con ducted the campaign for the party for the Fiftyeighth Congress The Dominican treaty was favorably reported to the Senate Briefly the treaty provides for the adjustment of the claims against the Dominican republic under the supervision of the United States This Government is to take charge of the customs houses and collect the revenues pay 45 per cent to the Dominican republic and with hold 55 per cent the latter amount to be used to liquidate the debts of the republic HIGHLAND Born to the wife of Burton Spires a girl A C James has been buying some hogs in last few days D R Adams sold seven yearling calves to Henry Fields for 8750 Genie Hutchison has moved back from Moreland F J Conn has been iIi for a few days J H Acton and wife of Waynesburg spent a fewdays at G W Actons Greenup Baugh and wife were visiting at Logan Bryants Mr and Mrs Breedlove of near Gosh en were guests at Mr Stuarts R James of Mercer county has been here for some days with his brother A C James T N Butt and John Faulkner were in Lexington and Somerset this week to buy an engine MATRIMONIAL Jesse Simpson secured license to marry Miss Myrtle Dailey Tuesday They are from Crab Orchard- J Lee Jones and Miss Ora Gooch of the Waynesburg section were joined in wedlocks holy bonds this week John Ball a clever and industrious young man was married Wednesday evening at the home of John Woncr to Miss Maggie Hales a pretty and popular young lady She is a daughter of the late J R Hales G B Burhans Testifies Alter Four Years G B Burhans of Carlisle Center N Y writes About four years ago I wrote you stating that J had been ntlrely cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure It enj Irely stopped the brick dust sediment and pain and symptoms of kidney dl ease disappeared I am glad to say that I have never had a return of any 9l those symptoms during the four oars that have elapsed and I am cvi lently cured to stay cured and heartily recommend Folbys Kidney Cure to ny ono suffering from kidney and bladder trouble Pennys Drug Store CHURCH MATTE Preaching at Turneraville Sunday morning at 11 oclock There will be preaching at tho Bap istchurch Sunday at 11 A a by Rev- S ETull of Kosciusko Miss All members are expected to be present The Brooks brothers young men who live at Ladoga Ind are conductinira evival at Kirkwood an hurch Bloomington Ind that has been in progress four weeks There havo been 243 additions Permanent organization was effected esterday by the State Farmers Institute at Frankfort H M Froman was elected The FrankfortBusiness r f IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The population of Monticello is now stated at 1552 an increase of 1000 since 1900 The bill giving Middlesboro a court was passed by tho State Senate after a debate extending over two hours The first dirt was broken Monday morning on the Somerset street rail way the grading contract being let to Canlcy Bros Six cars will be employ ed when the road is completed- A sevenyearold son of Joseph Up thegrove of Danville found a dynamite cap and placed it in a stove In the explosion that followed the little fellow had a hand so badly mangled that it had to be amputated The final transfer of Judge James Cooper who has been temporary col lector of the Eighth Revenue here since last July is being made by Special Revenue Agent for Kentucky R C Shelley of Louis villeAdvocate A deal has been consummated where by G W Schamberger and W H representIngpriet6rs of the valuable water rights the great Cumberland Falls on the Cumberland river says n Cprbin dispatch In the coming summer they propose to begin the establishment of a mammoth water power plant similar to the Niagara power producer to electric power for a of 200 miles Dangers of Pneumonia A cold at this time if neglected Is liable to cause pneumonia which is so often fatal and even when the patient has recovered the lungs are weakened tusking them peculiarly susceptible to the development of consumption Foleys Honey and Tar will stop the cough heal and strengthen the lungs and prevent pneumonia La Grippe coughs yield quickly to tho wonderful curative qualities of Folcys Honey and Tar There is nothing just as good H Pennys Drug Store An eastbound passenger train on the Coal ann Coke road was derailed near 21khurst W Va 20 persons being injured three perhaps fatally HAVE YOUH colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orchard Ky the well known cas trator of horses and horse doctor Phono in Residence Bankrupt Sale At trustee of the tmiikrupt estate of 00 n I will on MATUKDAY MAKC1I IT WJ nt the Jnckinn HvtiM farm nrnr Hlielli Ulty Ky to tint lilehcit bidder ten hones S l shocks of fodder Ihnoddtr two huy rake thirty lnics of hay urn hay press four twohonw WIIOIlI one roelfhlllder onO mowing machine wheat drill corn planter iron roller plows Barnes and Implements one twelvehome J t Case aim traction eiiKlnu onoSisGOlnch J I Cnno itepanitor completu one No I steel IOTRKITJ one driv lug felt one Uhurrvl maunled steel funk and pump This threshing outfit la nearly new and lirstcls condition I will lit the amu time nell one residence houso and lot In HhelbyCltynnd about ninety ucren of furmlnK land near Hhelby Oltv Tears or HAIK Hums of jafl nnd under cash In Lund over this sum for jxTnuml interetonethird eah this Imlance on six tlmu with Interest front dote Any mid nil Iftmheyto be made at ColnCountpNntlonnl Hankmanford Ky and securd by wronalecurlty nrit II T KxtiMKil Auctioneer Danville Ky oA W ho H LYJ WHITES PayMqR t S PURITY GUARANTEED A peculiar property that dlstin guishes Whites Concentrated from all other mineral waters Is its certain and positive action upon the liver and kidneys the two joint organs through whoso means tho whole system is kept In a healthy condition This water is a certain cure for Dyspepsia Constipa tion Headache and all diseases caused by a Torpid Liver Read what tho lato Dr Luke P Ulackburn whoso reputation as a physician and philanthropist Is world wide said in regard to this water In tardy motives and constipation of tha bowelsIt all other remedies known to tho profession Crab Orchard Concentrated Water will euro mOro discus is than any remedy I ever used To Whom It May Concern I have used Crab Orchard Concentrated Wa tel and Suits In my practice for 40 years and I consider then tho finest remedies on tho market as a laxative and purgative and when taken in lire ken doses a good alterative for Indi gestion Dyspepsia and Constipation It is an excellent remedy W M DOOIIKS M D Crab Orchard There is no Crab Orchard Salts nori Crab Orchard Concentrated Water except that made at Crab Orchard Ky All others are counterfeit Be sure you call for Whites Diamopd Brand Our goods all bear the above trade nark Accept no otherur goods are guaranteed pure and unaijulterat ed For sale by all r e ttl I sq r r I Another Cut In Prices I I I Our very liberal reduction in the price of Overcoats iniuto tlicw move oil eo well we lira prompted to mnkc as liberal n cut in the following item I Rolled Edge Snag Proof Two Buckle Felt Hoots reduced from S3 to 82CO I Tho satire hoot with ono buckle reduced from 8i50 to 82 Ono buckle sloe Iwithout the felt 8150 An nil Rubber Arctic front 8175 to SMO The 1Mfrom 8125 to 81 Royal Silk Plush Underwear 8150 to 81 Wrights Wool Fleeced from 81 to 75c All COe goods go at Vic A lot of 25c MonsShirU mid drawer to close nt 15c Hens nnd lays U5c Cap with Icnr warmers for 13etI No TrasS 411 New M See ThemI I I r H J MCROBERTS 1 STANFORD KYI ill L Utlaatl j I I A K HAIR BALSAM Clrtwf axNtf 1M Jufe Itomotu I truer Fall to lNtore curt hair to n 7outlSiltaColor I ilIIJOI I EGGS EGGS EGGS j riymoutli Hock shier iJico nimloUn and slack inogdtanat i willing of U rnttpr 1linrKe to Htunford iJtiicniter or Oreli rebnrd Those interested not Invited to colt my pens und rv my lock 11n View Poultry Farm Prcachersvllleliy A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrte Drug Store in tho Owslcy Building For Sale Privately douse and 10 acres of land situated lust outsldo of town llmlU on the Somerset pike louse has 7 rooms kitchen and ser rants room good cellar stable and all accessary outbuildings Water hydrant la the yard one for J pnAILEY Jesse W Sweeney mormrroB Livery FOg cod Solo Static Lancaster Ky horses wellfed and cared for Up to date rigs at reasonable rates INSURANCE trn 1Ite and Accm Fire ntNono1mt the HTllONOKHT Lund d IAwedHr slblu lUites clunrnnuwl pus s Iuylnglleo ordjUneaualled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ilesldcnca Atone No 82 J W ACEY Proprietor UVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv All Ulzs New nnd Neat SllcUI altcn lion trnvellnR men A shsre of you- retaadonPep58 J II lIoono old 1liono No Waynesburg Marble and Gran ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Dcnlurln Slid lniltifflCtUrerUf Granite Monuments Marble lGtlsed otters n JcIIl1t1Oftlo nnil t Vk WnYI1 sslmr INSURANCEYour and talk with Itare sure to die Sec M Newlnud who will show you the policy best adapted to your ago nnd circumstances Claims paid promptly Dividends paid annually or deferred R M NEWLAUD Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of K Y Organized 1843 r ifo Pennys Pennys Pennys r r Jmt received a complete nwort ment of specially selected Razors Pocket Knives nod Jrun i n g Knives Tliorc Mthfntflon in bath quality and price PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky r I JUST EGEIVEDI Large Shipment of t 1t Rangesii Call and See Them 4 Jo GEORGE H FARRIS 0Ift tr Stanford Kentuck- yHEADQUARTERS iFOR THEVryIY EAST END FOR tr American Woven WireFence Sy Oliver Plows and Plow Harness i SN W B Perkins f 5S Crab Orchard J g r t I I Get Our Prices i On uRugs Curtains IfCurtaIn SwissesIc y Shades Poles J Oil Cloths Linoleums Mattings Etc 1 n 6rANOIIU KY MAIL 2 190 RUSSIAN Com Curo removes corns In four lays lOc Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MRS MARY J OWSLRY continues III Miss MARIA WARREN continues very Miaa HULA TOTEM is quite sick wllh grIP UK J B OWHIKY continues qulto sick MK8 J C LYNN is visiting her bus band tot Frankfort JOIN OWBLKY IlEin Is at homo from Central University CRATe TAUTER has moved fro of thu West End I I it with Mrs T J Foster wILL SKVFKANCE spent several daYI In LouiBvlllo buying goods MR T F SriNK of Coal Creek Tenn was hero this week MRS V It DECK and children aro visiting relatives in Madison Mil A 1 EASTUWD Is hero from Louisville working insurance I REV 0 M IIUEY of Somerset tpcn several days with friends hero l Mn S T HARRIS madu A busing I trip to the mountains Tuesday MR S J BELL bf the ML SRI em section has a new girl at his home Mum NAN DENTON JAMES of Iox U with Mrs W II Wearcn 1lngton NeLl WAHRKN Is back from R r protracted visit to Louisville relatives MR W T SMITH is over from Lex Ington to see his wife who is qultoI TUB Misses VanDeveer are in i vilto buying millinery for their store here MR E A UKICIIENIUCII of Ix uis vllle was hero this week nttcndinj court MR A H SEVERANCE and hamUonu son Heath of Corbin were with Mr Will Severance and family MK W J DOZIKII orders hla pane changed to Amite ln whoro ho and his family are now located Miss CLARA COOPER has gone to Danville to study the oral system under a wellknown teacher Sho will remain until Juno Mn U C SAUKLEY has resumed hit old position with C S Porter tin Somerset druggist after a protractec Cleveland 0stay inj MRS JOSEPH HALLOU is quite sick- t Her daughter Mrs Ernest Warren who came down to see her returned to Middlosboro Wednesday Mil F M SIMS mine host of Olym I plan Springs was hero Wednesday He brought several cases of his splendid water to Dr J U Owslcy and others M F EIKIN State Commander ol Maccabees was in tho city several days last week I M Hucy of- r Stanford was in tho city Sunday to sec his parents Rev and Mrs 0 MIluey Somerset Journal f MR ED H HVAU3 who has boon with G A Armstrong for some time past has determined to leave Shelby villa anti cngago in tho insurance business elsewhere Ho has accepted tho agency for the Continental Fire Insurance Company for tho counties of Pulaski and Wayne with headquarters 1at Somerset Ho will also assist H II Muhony tho Agent for Boyle Lincoln Casey and Rockcastlo counties in writing business Mr Uyars will bo a good citizen wherever ho goes Ho iaenterprising and honorable and wo predict success for him in his new J ldShelby Retard l r LOCALS JUST received a new and varied line j of clocks W H Mueller driver andPONY Son SALGood gentle Call or write p4 SOillce prescriptions to Dr W BRING your t N Craig for low prices and best ncr vYce vLOST between cemetery and W R Dcnhatns a horse collar No 17 Reward This olllce D C SliTLE has for sale at his store atJumbo shingles and locust posts jit tha lowest market price IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whttoa Concen trated Crab Orchard Water It will do the work For sale by W B McRob crte G L Penny W N Craig Stanford and C V Adams Uustonviilo e DONT forget the Commercial Club meeting nt tho courthouse tonigh Bo there by 7 oclock A TAMPa splendid rum comedy has been booked to appear al Wall ons Opera House March 28 SEE tho elegant line ofbottled pickles of every kind tomatosauce catsup olives etc atbars W S Jones A GOOD job printer who can feed a cylinder presscan get a position by Immediate application at this office Fort RENT Richard Hampton prop crty on Logan Avenue For particulars see Mrs Hampton or call phono 83 liON J AwEltsoNx Institute bill passed tho Senate 21 to nothing This will be good news to tho peda goguos FOR SALE OR RENT =DrJ K Van Arsdatott residence Possession Klven at once Apply to I R Hughes Slan ford Ky I HAVE recurrnedfrom the city with new patterns and losses Call and have your stamping done Mn C Leslie Carter Stanford FOR Deering machinery such binders mowers hay rakes rollers manure spreaders gasoline engine etc etc see J L Bcazlcy Tilt patrons pupils and friends c the Stanford Graded School will bo glad to know that tho board of trustees have elected Prof J W Ireland as Superintendent for another year Tile house of Kitty Hansford color cd caught fire from a defective fluo Tuesday afternoon and tho lire company was called out Tho kitchen wal burned but tho fire laddies succeeded In saving tho house and most of its contents THE L N will put two more train on this division about April If They will run direct from Knoxvillo to Louisville and over tho Hcndcrso Route to Evansville and thence to SI Louis These will be magnificent trains and we aro informed that stops will be made only at county seats TUB following rural route carrier and substitutes have been appointed on tho proposed Wnyncsburg routes Route No2 James H Acton carrioi Theodora S Reynolds substitute rout 3 Ashford J Johnson carrier Williar D Hayes substitute Route 4 Hurle Slpgl ton carrier Charlie W Singleton substitute MUTTER If the good housewives In the neighborhood of Stanford will bring in n few pounds of butter right aWay they will not only get a big price for It but will also receive tho hearty thanks of a butterhungry public White but- tlr old butter new butterany kind oC butter is better than none Bring some to town and bring it quick COMMBKCIAL CUM ORGANIZED Somo 75 or moro of tho citizens or Stanford met at the court house Wed lesday night and organized the Stan oil Commercial Club Ur J F Pey ton was chosen president James R Cummins vice president E C Walton Secretary and W M Bright treasurer Tho following gentlemen con tituto the board of directors W R cnham M D Elmore F S McClnry W II Shanks T J Hill Sr The Committee on Transportation is J C Florence J II Baughman J R Powell Executive Committee J A Allen Georgo L Penny Dr W B 0 nnnon II J McRobcrts L R lughes W L McCarty Statistics lommlttee W B McRoberta I M ruse W A Canon B D Carter Wm Severance Public Policy T Raney Geo B Cooper Dr W N Craig f D Nowland Rev Gilbert Glass City Affairs George D Hop per H C BRugh man George II arris Soliciting Committee Mark lurdin M S Baughman J E Bruce J F Cummins II C Wray Con titution and ByLaws K S Alcorn Harvey Helm J F Cummins The initiation fee was fixed at and the club started with 76 members which umber is being greatly augmented as each member is pledged to get new members Another meeting will beheld at tho court house at 7 oclock tonight when it Is hoped that every member who can como will bo present Jomo at tho ringing of tho bell at 7 oclock this Friday night 44 IT DONT PAY TO ADVER TISE Unless you know what you arc talking about AVc know the Carpet business from from A to A nnil when wo tell you n carpet U all wool we menu nil wool We also know how to cut and fit carpets properly In addition to our largo stock of Ingrains and Mattings we curryn big sample line of Velvets Brussels and Moqucttcs Let us show you our new Spring line NEW mattings and wall papci Tribble Pence ALL kinds of plants lettuce radishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard FOR SALEFarm wagon homes plows cutting box corn sheller A G Huffman JUST In big lot of cannel coal which I am selling at ICJc per bushel W S Wigham Moreland FIELD ccds garden seeds and a full fine of groceries opposite court house at T D Newlands FOR RCiTThe storeroom on Lnn caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office I WE have a car of crushed rock fo making walks drives etc Call phone 11 and let us make you delivered prices JJ II Baughman Co FOR SALE Household and kitchc furniture of all kinds forcash Several nlco Iron beds Bargains bargains Mrs Patsy Brown Logan Ave Stanford Ky Oun friend Mr John Troylor having some trouble with federal officers over the management of his dis tiller but will wager ho will cone out on top Ho is charged with running his distillery during the absence of hit storekeeper Ho was taken before Commissioner Lawwill at Danville and held in 1WO Ills trial is set for the 13th TilE funeral services of Mrs Mattie A Clark wife of D T Clark who died Feb 21 wero held at tho Mays lick Baptist church at 11 oclock Fri day morning Mrs Clark was 49 year old and a good kind hearted Christian Besides a devoted husband six children mourn the loss of a gentle and loving mother Mr Clark moved to LIncoln from Fayette county about two month ago T A WORD TO You The people otn community in order to be prosperou and happy must pull together in ever movement inaugurated for the better ment of their town Faultfinders am kickers against improvements aloni all lines never do themselves or their follow men any good whatever am those who have the upbuilding of their communities heart and arc doini what they can to accomplish something should not stop to listen to those who are trying to pull them back HONOR ROLL STANFORD GRADED SCHOOL Seniors LcGrando Jones Ida Moore JuniorsMattie McClary Robert Waters Sophomore Bessie Yantis Freshmen Bertn Jean Penny and Rosa Jones 8th Grade Grady Tucker Leslie Anderson Thomas Bright Wallace Singleton May Brack ctt Hazel Stone Frances Cooper 7th GradoEllcn Moore Smile gads Lillio Eads Hattio Rice Teddy Brackett Walter Milburn 6th Grade Lorrain Campbell Grace Brady Maranda White Maud Stone Willie Moore Theresa Ross Morrison Bright Harris Coleman John Waters 6th Grade Annie Iew is Gentry Virginia Mahony Mary Elizabeth McKinney Harris Hardin txittio Jones Lillian Mueller Lucy Leo Walton Ith Grade Mary Gray Mary freer Marion Grimes Catherine Gentry Lillie Perrin Lena Traylor Nancy eager Charley Boone Stewart Carson William Grimes Hiram Hughes Coleman Lutes Mannio Mobley Jrd jrndo Kuto L Wood Josephine Carpenter Mary Rancy Annie Gray Ger rude Wilkinson Harvey Wilkinson Jessie Wilkinson Willie Wilkinson 3thel Brackett Fred Brackett Vern tout Emma Long Docie lIardin An nlo D McRoberts Mary Shepherd Cook Mamie Singleton James Owsley William Mobley Joo Mac Nowland lobcrt White Willlio B OBannon Jlmont Eads Boyce Hunn 2nd Grado Everett Brock Bessie Brackett Sam Imbry Tulle Goldstein Ruth Hardin Bryan Jones Ada Lanham Linnid Kidd Walter ICidd Bcsslo Moore Annie Leo Vrrin Loraine Totten 1st Grade Minnie Hardin Alleno Boone Matsy rimes Ada Mobloy Nellie Wilson Ull Ella Rigney Sarah Wood Lettie W McKinney Patience Calmese An lie Rogers Powell Thelma Yelton Ethel Powell Edgar Brady Lois Omer Hartwell Shanks Roy Goodrich Joe T Embry Joe H Warner bathe Pendleton Morris Bruce Wallace Brackett Clarence Cooper Benny Good Huston Gentry Dewey Kidd larcnco Singleton WANTED A firstclass white woman cook at once to work in restaurant No night work Box 103 Corbin WANTED Bright honest young man from Stanford to prepare for paying position in Government Mail Service Box One Cedar Rapids la W M ALLEN an alleged moonshiner was arrested on No 22 yesterday by Marshal Jones on a telegram from Deputy U S Marshal Thompson at East Bcrnstadt Tim Foreign Missionary Rally at the Christian church drew a good crow yesterday and n most interesting program was carried out Most of tho prominent speakers from a distance who promised to take part were present and the day was spent both pleas antly and profitably The ladles set a splendid dinner which was heartily par taken of A full report will appear in our next issue ON exhibition In window of the store of Thomas N Lindsey 65G Fourt avenue is an oil painting done by liar rid W Coleman twelve years of ago Tho canvas Is four and onehalf by tlfrci feet and Is a mountain scene at night with the likeness of a skulking moun tain wolf in the foreground The figure of the animal stands out on a bank oC snow and the time judging from the wolfish expression has como for the wild dog to howl at the moon that Is rising The brush work is well done nnd the coloring is good especially who thg ago of tho young artist is taken into consideration Harris Coleman is tho son of C R Celeman of Eastern Kentucky Ho has had tho ad vantage of two years of study at the Art School at Stanford Ky Courier Journal Master Harris a a student oC Miss Charlotte Warren who informs us that he has been taking art lessons less than two years Miss Warren is justly proud of her apt pupil who Is destined to become a great artist THE famous Donnelly and Hatfield Minstrels under the direction of AI G Field will appear at the Danville Op era House next Tuesday evening March C The press far and wide has given excellent after notices of this company many of them styling It as the best minstrel on the road Anyone who knows Tommy Donnelly who la among tho corps of excellent comedians will grant this One of the features of the DonnellyHatfield performances is its monologues and in their performance will be a double mono I gue by Tommy Donnelly and Harry C Shunk both of whom have been asso ciated with AI Field for years and both of whom have made reputations as monologist artists of the highest class This company carries 40 people and a band playing all the latest music of the lay The prices for the performances will be SOc 75c and and seats maybe secured in advance by telephoning dams fit Embry Call Danville No 31 CIRCUIT COURT Garley IJurton was ned 50 for assault and battery His attorney asked for a new trialand udgo Bell has the matter under consideration Vito Floyd 25 for striking and wounding L V Floyd for mnlicous shooting 50 William aylor carrying concealed weapons 25 and 10 days in jail Oz Anderson 50- for malicious shooting James II Carter Sr acquitted of selling whisky legally J R Beazley acquitted of the charge of running his traction engine recklessly over pikes E A telchcnbach charged with malicious looting was acquitted The appeal rom the county court of Dr W Hughes was dismissed It is understood that Judge R C Warren will grant him a new trial Granville Say- lor was tried on tho cfiargo of arson and was given 10 years in the penitentiary Saylor bribed John Stephens the main witness in the case and Judge Bell fined them 30 each anti sent them to jail for 30 hours The cases of the Commonwealth against Jan II Carter Jr and R E L Sims were continued until next court on motion of tho defendants James Carter Jr John Bastin James McGulTey and Craig lutt were fined 50 each for cutting oil tho tall of a cow belonging to Lilburn adgott George Farris for killing Dill Dunn also colored is on trial FOR RENT Htmw mid lot In Hustonvlllo Initlttl Hchool UlBtrlct roar Impravainnnti and k location or IS urns ol grass nllo- lor rentItwanted E 1OrprntcrMore- d Ky l The onlytray we can prove to you the truth of ollatl11l18 is to show you goodsTo Sell rr We have marked down sonic short lengths in Wool Carpets Mattings and Carpet Samples very low The firmer are just the tiring for halls and small rooms and the latter for Hugs SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I Somersety flCekI Quick 1IfYour Trousers Arei Getting Thin You will probably need a new pair to tide you over until time to buy a SPRING SUIT choicei Take a look at the many patterns shown in pur East Window i select the pattern to suit you then step inside and we shall be thexgladdest to show you how well they will fit your manly legs Mens Trousers 125 to 5 Boys Trousers 100 to 3 fif sLN ILKNINMMILN1 N1 Wli 1 IIHI 1111 fSrl111111 J 11111111 I I IIU 1IIIItIII an Si1k1 Pull line of Habutai SilkTall colors 27 inches wide at i 50c per yard I Also a fine selection of Polka Dots in same I CpverliLineof Wash Collars at 5c eachPictorial Patterns t Eggs taken at highest market price t in exchange for goods tL M HUEY COt Dry Goods Notions Five and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 1IIItll u lti Ittll II lr I l The Interior Journal EnUred in the PottOffice at Stanford a tttontldai tna tier- PUUL1MIr6D TUttwlATrr AND FJUIM AT 100 PER YEAR CASH 4 VT When not so paid 1100 will be charged PsytoniDEALER IN I Staple and F ncy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos StanfordI tNew Hustonville Firm laving bought of McOormnck t rencpc their Orocerlts we n share of the patronn of tho West End per pIe Wo ubo hate to connection R Dan- Meat Wo wI Mnrktt and Lunch Oounter butcher stuff nt utterprriceahit having n splendid imnt wo Wo oleo buycan you with tho nil kind of country produce BI8IIOP A Llllh Hnstonvllle KY BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce dt Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special mention to Commercial Men Your patronage U solicited Hones on commission Stock Pens In Connection NEW LIVERY STABLE BULB CLABKSON Ireri JUNCTION CITY KYr- intOlasi Turnonu at Reaoaable Rate Special Attention to Traveling Men and nay For BIn A Special Bargain Onehundmlnndnlxtyncrw farm about tune Nortwest of two story Urooin dwoIllnK lIplelltllll tock tnrrnono of the best watered farms lu the nil neceisnrr outbuildings Hplendld orchnnlI 40 acres hi blue rnaa nover een plowed The wholufartn lays well and there is no waste land on It t11 u sidle from panvlllt and In a splendid community brgnln and the must be old withIn the next days 1JOO locust posts cnn begotten off of farm Possession clvenutoncu or particulars seeJnuics I White or L It Hughes Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy reudymndo clothing when there UltftrMnit In tho price of high eradoruadymudokultiinnd suit miide to exxriencei tailor your I how a handuome line of tall and- Winter good I can mnko from n low price business suit to tho llnest dress suit nvariout trousers and fancy vests The 0iipiiuy I represent Is one of the best H c RUPLEY the Tailors to11 Traylor DtALCR IK WHIshu Brandy Wines Beer cigars Etc KYOloleatlntlon Nothhor I lb bsprompt an pollt lo drink Mall phone tf t lsgrspt order rscslvt iroaptsttintloo JLBeazleyCo UudertaKers anti Embalm ere Also Deniers in Fur niture Matliiigsjluga1 They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Givti Them a Call Priccfl Right STANFORD KENTUCKY eee ItCceAaTy Embalm rand 1UndertakerHarnetsSaddler- ySTANFORD Ac KENTUCKY OSca Phone 17 Home Phone 35 A Lincoln County Lady Tells About Texas CUFTON TEXAS FED 26Hay been in Texas for some time I decided to write something about my trip Mother and I left home October 9th to visit my cousin Dr J C Carpenter of Clifton Texas We left expecting to spend about six weeks I was a little prejudiced about Texas Had an idea it was a terrible place and Celt that I could not possibly stay 101ger but must admit I have been veryagr ably surprised The people whom I have met are vcay refined cullured people and in hospitality even Kentucky cannot excel Clifton is near the geographical center situated in North Bosque Val Icy Has about 1800 to 2000 inhabitants 25 business houses all built of stone and brick two flouring mills capacity 200 barrels per day two large lumber yards three cotton gins five churches one high school one Lutheran college AU these buildings are uptodate in every particular Then they have water works nnd electric lights Tho river is about a mile trom the town They catch some very fine fish weighing from five to 35 pounds The soil is black and waxy They raise most everything hero that we do In Kentucky but the principal crops are wheat oats and cotton They raised fine cotton last year and sold it for 10 to 12i cents or a bit as they call It Tho climate is perfectlyMelightful We have had no cold weather this winte It is now like spring time peach ani plum trees in bloom good many have planted their gardens farmers arc planting corn I spent a month in Mitchell count last fall That is about 400 miles west The country is altogether diJFerei from this The land is sandy and a prairie country You can see for mile The chief production is corn milo maze md cotton They raise a great many rattle I went to a cattle ranch to see hem round up cattle and brand them Saw one hard of 5000 Most of the cattle are Herefords I also saw lots of little prairie dogs blue quail and wild ducks muleeared rabbits etc But all those poisonous insects nnd eptiles which I had heard so much bout I have never been fortunat enough to see I went to see the salt works at Colorado City It was quite a curiosity to me to see them make salt Theyship salt from there to almost every State in the union It would be useless for me to try to tell all I have seen and what I think of Texas but will say I think this a grand and glorious State But like all Kentuckians I look each week to the ai rivalof the INTEIUOR JOURNAL and peruse each column with interest- M E JENKINS FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fort SALE50 shoats R C Hock er Stanford 2t H II Thurman sold a choice bunch of cattle to C C Bottonlat3lcAdaJ- ews A few choice young shorthorn bull and heifers for sale A W Carpenter loreland The farm of James Bryan containing 718 acres of Bourbon county land 801- dfor 33W9 S J Bell bought 17 hogs at Yosemit 3t 6c and of D G Elliott a lot of 51c- He bought of Mr Elliott six cattle at- 2ic FOR SALE400 bushels recleaned orchard grass seed Price 150 per bushel Telephone Kentucky Supply Co anville KyI Thirtyone jacks and jennota belong ing to the estate of John D Harris sold at Richmond at 50 to 300 Long Tom icnault made the sale in less than an- hour says the Register- J D Eads Son bought fifteen 600 pound cattle of J M Craig of Rock castle at 370 This makes one hun dred 600 to 900 pound steers they have bought at an average of 371 A black sow weighing about 175 pounds crop off of ono ear and slit other came to my place some time ago Owner can get her by paying for this eyanfordAlways Keep Chamberlains ough Remedy in the House We would not lie without Cham rlalns Cough Hemedy It U kept on hand continually in our home SUYI W W Kearney editor of tho dependent Lowry City Mo That I just what every family should do Vhen kept on hand ready for instant tlse a cold may bu checked at tho out- lIet and cured in much less timo than ufter it hat become settled in the 9St- ern Tots remedy is without a Ileer- for croup in children and will prevent the attack when given as soon as the 011111 becomes hoarse or even after cunIhand For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stanford Ky FOR SALEAbout 41 acres of lard ia mile from Crab Orchard Ky on ancaster pike A good dwelling well and all necessary outbuildings Place is right on pike This is a good home and a cheap place The owner of this operty lives at Henderson Ky and- has made up his mind to sell It can be bought at a bargain Forprice etc K Stanfordy Notice To Contractors t j Notice is hereby given that I will on MOnday March 5 1906 Dcgiuning at 10 oclock A M let to tho lowcutjund hest Jbiddcr who hnll give bond in at least double tho amount of the value of the work to be lone tho surety on said bond to bo approved by tho Supervisor the furnishin hauling breaking and spreading the amount of stono and gravel on each of the sections of the turnpikes in Lincoln countyas hereinafter appears Stanford Danville section from Stanford to Hawkins Branch 20 rods stone Same section 2 Hawkins Branch to Boyle county lino 20 rodot gravel and 20 rods stone Hush Branch Pike Sec 1 from Stanford A Lancaster Pike to Hawkii Branch 10 rods of stone and 10 rods gravel tonne Sec 2 Hawkins Brunt to Hubble 15 rods gravel Danville Lancaster whole pike 20 rods stone and Ifi rods gravel Stanford Knob Lick Sec 1 from Stanford Hustonvillo pike to tho Hanging Fork 20 rods of gravel Sec 2 front Hanging Fork to Danville Hustonvillo Pike 20 rods gravel Lincoln it Boyle County Pike whole pike 10 rods gravel Stanford Milledgcvillo Pike Sec 1 from Stanford it Hustonvillo lJikc to McCorruacks Church 20 rods gravel Sec 2 from McCormackV Church to Milledgcvillc 25 rods gravel Crab Orchard it CbnppcHVi Gap Pike whole pike 50 rods stone Stanford tt Preachersville Pike Sec from Stanford t Crab Orcliar Pike to Wilkersons Branch 25 rods gravel Sec 2 from Wilkersons Branc to Crab Orchard it Lancaster Pike 25 rods gravel Crab Orchard it Lancaster Piko See 1 from G W Evans to Crab Or bard 10 rods stone and 10 rods gravel Sec 2 from 0 W Evans to Gai uni line 10 rods stone nnd 10 rods gravel Stanford it Crab Orchard Pike Sec 1 from Stone House to II D 3aughmans line 20 rods stone Sec 2 from IL D Baughmanii line to lly raters gate 20 rods stone Sec 3 Bywatere gate to Crab Orchard 10rod ravel Stanford it Ottcnheim Pike Sec from Stanford it Somerset pike to 7 G Lynns 10 rods stone ami 10 rods gravel Sec 2 J G Lynns to Boone 31acksmith Shop 20 rods stone Sec 3 from Boone Blacksmith Shop 10 ttenheim 20 rodsslatc or gravel Stanford Dix River Gnrrard Cotnity it White Oak Pike Sec fron tcwlaud to J H IlinttV 30 rods stone Sec 2 from J II Hiattn to Gar ard line H5 rods stone f Stanford WnyncMiurg Pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Ottcnheim pike at J E Lynne 25 Todd gravel Sec 2 from J K Lynns to Maywood Cc road 15 roar stone or gravel Sec 3 from Mnywood county road to Curter tore 10 rods slate or stone Sec 4 from Carters store lq Hutchirond rchoi louse 15 rods gravel Sec 5 front Hutchisons school house to Mutts store 20 rods gravel See 6 from Butts store to Kingsville pike 12 rods stone Sec i from Kingsvillc piko to Goo Gaines house 15rods of stone Sec 8 from Geo Gainer to G W Clifts 20 rods stone Sec H from G W CliftlI to Wayncsburg 30 roll stone fKingavillu it Pleasant Point Pike Sec 1 from Wayncsburg Pike to Co toad leading to Casey county 15 rods stone SHX 2 from Cagey county Hn to Kingsvillc 15 rods stone McKinnoy it South Fork Pike whole pike 25 rbuVgravq- lIlustonvilleit CofPcys Mill Pike See 1 from Hjutonvillo to Janus Fry house 25 rods stone Sec 2 from Jiune Fyroa limire tf Mt Salem store 20 rods stone- Ilustonville it Bradfordsville Pike wholojiikc 40 nals gravel Ilnslouvillc it Carpenters Creek whole pike 50 rods gravel iiO toils Mont Danville it Hnatonvillc pike Sec from Ilustonvillc to Black jl rods atone Sec 2 from Black pike to Boyle county line 50 rods guelI Carpenters Station it Morcland pike whole pike 25 rods gravel Turnersville it McKinnoy pike whole pike 35 rods gravel McKinney it Turncravillo pike Irma John Murphys to McKinnoy 40 role of it Ilustonvillc pike Sec 1 from Stanford to Turncrsvillo 50 rOll stone Sec 2 fromTnrnersville to HuMOnville 25 rOIls stone Tnrnersville it McCormacks Church pike Sec 1 truth Tnrnorsvillo tll- SIIIII Helms 10 rods gjavel Sec 2 from Sam Helms to C Bishops 10- rntls gravel Sec 3 from C Bishops to Stanford it Knob Lick piko 10 role gmvcl Stanford it Lancaster pike Soo 1 fnnn Stanfords city limits to Logans lime 10 rolls stoner See 2 front Logana lane to Garrard line 10 rod grav- McKinnoy 01 it Collcys Mill pike Sec from McKinnoy tqold tollgate disc 20 rods gravel Sea 2 front old tollgate house to Fairs house 40 rod gravel Sec 3 from Fairy house to Mt Salon 40 roils stare Soc 4 ffllm Mt Salem to Casey line 30 rods Mono ParGnurantcc companies accepted on bonds Rod of Mono or gravel consists of 225 cubic feet Hand broken stone must be on margin of section by Sept lr All metal is to be measured by courts representative who may designate when and where it may bespread All stone furnished must bo greyor blue limestone or quartz and broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter Tlio gravel nmM 1m clean flinty free from dirt arid sand and that furnightd on Sections 1 and 2 to cKinncy it CollbysMill pike Tiirnerevillo it McKinnoy piko and pike tiding from John Murphys to McKinney must he fruit Green River The courts representative natty reject any material not of proper size i nd IluuJitY Bidders must announce at the letting whether Mone will be broken h- hllllli cr crusher The wagons used in hauling metal front crusher shall be easnrcd by the court representative brfore beginning work knit shall he- filled full rounding in the middle No metal shall be speead nnlcsa the courts representative is present The supervisor reserves the right to reject nay and all bios Copies of Lauds required cut bo obtained at the county clerks ollice A C DUNN Supervisor FOR SALE Farm of KHiicrisgoodliHio grass and to Imccn land has 4 acres of lnnip ffn It this rear the tmliinea In Farm one tulle from Hustonvllle odlotnspike house of 8 rooiiu kitchen hick porch and cistern iNMir kltchf ills nw isirn43xtraPt For terms npuly to J It Jell A nUl1t Uustonrlllu Ky UMBRELLAS BecoTered and repaired and made almost as good ai new for a email amount I can flx your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Ole me a trial Ftu ACSJIM Stanford Ir 7Ic Spring Shoes To Delight the Eye and Comfort the PeeteI Thcro arc two necessary requisite at most any time of the year hilt more so in spring you know that lifter it cold and cheerless winter we gladly f welcome the newness of life that the beautiful spring reason brings with it Wo like to lay aside our dull and heavy garments nnd don something now and bright that will delight the eye nnd bring cool cutulort to tho body Here you find everything new and attractive us well comfortable nnd Low Priced Stylish Clothing Shocshnd Oxfonls nnd Gents Furnish 5ng and Dry Goods You know that wo stand behind the goods that wo sell whatever it stayr he Wo want to sell you your entire spring outfit mad sifter a careful in ipoction of our stock you will as eager to buy ns wo are to sell Prices well always us low as n legitimate store eau nfibnl to make them SAM ROBINSONN- ext r Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY The r Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky t nly Dally and Weekly Iiihlitheilat tile Capital nail the only one tlltt- ocrtook the Associated Press Retorts has recenll In eulargnd RllIlIreally improved It makes a of LOCAL KWS including of the Court of Appeals State Fiscal Court The Federal Court It is tb Kjcinlly valuable to lawyers Sulxciiption yearly 81 Send remittance to W P WALTON PRORIFrankfort Kentucky First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock JSOOOOi This Institution was orlKlnatly estabtUbcd u the Deposit Rank of Stanford In usa then reorltaDIa rd as the National flank of Stanford In un and again rcorganlied as the First National flack of Stanford ID lilt bating had practically an uninter rupted existence for 7ear It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact top business promptly and well than ever before tn Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car poratlons Solicited I to 01 TO 9 I I i M 2oc 50c AT j tutu f Wtturt to write or Office talk us lacing III turanve of old rty us and are sell for you you smith 11 Officers J B P eil 8T llAimii V Ire J J MfUOUKKTB Obt W II WEABKNAitOhn Directors F Reid Inanvllte- T Harris Stanford J cocker X L Tanner M U Klmore S lIau T P Stanford Jill Itoblnson J Ilatachman Stanford J M Peltui Stanford 0 E Stanford YOUR WANTS II Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by woB McRobertsDRUGGIST IiiteoXAt supervision given nil Proscriptions comimnnded fVAo 11711M N1 NN Nt1711tit1 i1 Craigs Heroin Gnu nand mitts Heroin Comiionnd g WIZEN BABY FIRST BEGINS SNEEZE GIVE i 4 Craigs Heroin Compound M IT CLKES THAT IIOAIISE AND CUOfrV W1IKEI2 f AND STOPS THAT KATTL1NG SOUND AND 100 SIZES CRAIGS DRUG STORE I t utoa utojojj pJliuj punculmo utnJall sIIniJ3 11 NtiN B VS L N K ti NNttN N1 Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Grab Orchard Ky prupnrtil Iinurniice Life Accident Fire Tornado ofthiuIts represented with Crab Orchard Jianking Co- lliiw a with lorur j your renqwIiiR l0licies1 List your props with It chnrglng only a ptrcunt l tr l t HOOKKU StaDtort1I U bllanltaDforl1 Rubble II Tate Wall POSTED rlctlyrurbltpassing on our place and will 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