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ITHEti4 Clarence Coleman Visiting in the Southwest Remembers the Interior Journal AMOIUTA OKU MARCH 2Accom panted by my wife I loft louisville Tuesday night February 20 over the Illinois Central our tickets rending for Alva bhla via Memphis and tho Frisco system to Wichita Kans via Joncsboro and Hoxie Ark Springfield Monnctt Carthago and Joplin Mo Ncodcsha and Beaumont Kans From Wichita we came over tho Santa Fo to Attica Kans in tho southern part of tho state Our train out of Louisville was a heavy one carrying hundreds of home seekers and pleasure seekers as well who were on route to tho Mardi Gras at New Orleans Wo arrived at Memphis at 10 a m on tho 21st ono hour too Into to catch the through morning Frisco train for the West so we spent tho entire day Wednesday In Tonnes sees mctroplls Memphis is one of thcfiret cities of tho South and second only to New Or leans AS a cotton center hundreds of thousands of bales of tho fleecy staple being marketed there annually When it comes to skyscrapcre tho Tennessee city has our own dear Louisville skinned oven rivaling anything M yet planned i the Tennessee and Mem phis Exchange both office structures and each of which are 1C stories The main wholesale and retail marts will compare favorably with that of Louisville Tho Mississippi river here at Mem phis Is miles to tho low water mark on the Arkansas side of the river During flood times tho Mississippi has spread out over tho Arkansas low lands for a distance of 40 miles Memphis Is opposite tho little village of Hopcflelil Ark and is 12 miles from tho Missis Mippi State line Tho night of tho 21st we travckx through the Arkansas swamps and through the Ozarks of Northern Arkan lifts and Southern Missouri arriving nt Springfield Mo just at daybreak on the morning of the Rd Our train from Memphis had lost something like three quarters of an hour making the Ozarks which necessitated a 12hour layover In Springfield n hustling little city of some 35000 people and the metropolis of not only Southern Missouri but tin entire Ozark territory Tho day was very profitably spenl and nil points of interest visited We bade tho Missouri city good bye at 7 p m Thuntday and ut 3 p m arrivec nt Monnett Mo where wo lignin r changed cars and for tho first time rondo Immediate connection Carthage was reached about midnight and Joplin n couplo of hours later Daybreak found us gliding over the prairies near Fredonla Kans and at 730 made t Wichita for break feast An hour and n half was pleasantly spent in the me troplis of SouthCentral Kansas At L Wichita we boarded n Santa Fc train for Attica Hnrporcounty Here we met nn uncle Jeff Coleman my fathers only brother and whom I had not alen for 18 years A row days were silent with our Kansas relatives I am now with my nunt Mrs J C Richardson who is the only sister of my father This country has only been opened 11 years and is rapidly being peopled This is a great country and it has a promising future This land will grow from 20 or 30 bushels of wheat and K to rlS bushels of corn Alfalfa and Kaffir corn nre grown in abundance Cotton is the great of Central end Southern Oklahoma The R F man is due moro unon- Hcspcctfully CIAmscr COLEMAN Overcrowded IL Is n pretty dangerous thing to al low your system to got overcrowded with undigested food polsons bile poisons bowl poisons Get rid of them by taking Dr CnldwoHs laxa time Syrup Pepsin and you will right nwaj feel such n wonderful change for tho better that you will + never let yourself get Into that condi than again Safe and pleasant relief and cure for headache constipation lilllouanciw etc Try It Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C WAdams Hustonvillc at fxo and 8100 Money back If It falls A littlo son of Wm LInville of Milt ersburg sustained tho loss of all tho t fingers of his right hand by the e plot ion of a cap which he found and investigated Orders Disobeyed Thoiorddrs of General Health have been disobeyed when you feol under tho weather weak tired Irritable and Suffer iron headache constipation biliousness etc Tho only sure safe and permanent euro for this condition Is Dr Caldwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin It has a gentle action all UH own superior to that of pills pow dots nnd curthurtlo waters Try It Sold by 0 L Penny Stanford and O W Adams Hustonvllle at Oo and 100 Money back If It alls r LANCASTER The ladles of tho Baptist Aid Society are to have n handkerchief anti candy sale on Saturday March 17th In the rooms over tho Joseph Mercantile Cos storeThe will of the late William H Kin nalrd has been probated His estat was left to his widow Patsy M Kin naird and his two single daughters Misses Lillian nnd Kate Kinnaird W J Kinnaird was named as executor Quito a largo crowd attended the re ceptIon of Curry Hcrndon at their new store Saturday afternoon The store was made very attractive with many x tted plants and cut flowers Hot chocolate coffee and wafers were served and carnations were given to the T Dunn sold a yearling colt to Joe Jordan for 250 Will Vnndcrnoo bought seven nice shoals from Sam Morford for 23 Charles Robinson bought a mule from James Johnson for lfiO Mr Soper of Harrodaburg was in this county last week buying tobacco W T Noel of Buckeye sold seven hogsheads of tobacco weight 8155 pounds to Louisville parties at 925 Most nil of tho 50000 capital stock of tho new Garrard Bank Trust Company has been subscribed The Insti tution will purchase tho corner lit In the new hotel and erect its own building which will be absolutely fire and burglar proof A largo basement will be constructed with safety deposit box ej In tbo list of stockholders is found the most prosperous and influential cit izens of Garrard county No officers have as yet been selected but tho men considered arc excellent ones for the Bishop who has been seriously ill with pneumonia is improving Robert Klkin has returned to Middlesboro after a few days with relatives here Miss Bessie Elkin who has been the guest of her nunt Mrs J S Johnson has returned to her home in Louisville Miss Jennie Eastman of Columbus 0 is visiting her relative Mr Alex Dish op Miss Rhcna E C Nosher a W C T U lecturer was with Mrs G M Patterson for several days Mr R H Matson and wife who have been in New York purchasing spring and sum mer goods are at home Mrs Jonas Ruckcr of Ford is with her sisters tho Misses Sugars Miss AnncllTomlin son has returned to CampbcllHagcrman College after a short visit to her parents here W T Dunn of Emina Texas who bus been with relatives hero for some weeks has returned to his homo Miss Eva Grant of Dan ville was the guest of Mrs Edwin Price HYOHEl CURES CATARRH Its Healing Balsams Kill All Ca- tarrhal Germs Sold Under Guaranteo by Mr Penny There Is no mow common disease than catarrh and none Unit is moro dangerous It weakens and dublll tatos tho vholcjystcm If It U allowed to run lends to serious and soma tlmM to fatal complications It Is a noteworthy fact that among the many medicines and truatmonts for catarrh there Is only ono which Mr Penny soils under his positive uuaran too to refund tho money If It duos not euro Ilyomel Natures remedy for the euro of catarrh No dangerous drugs aro taken Into tho stomach whoa Hyotnul Is used IliviitlKtl through tho small pocket In haler that comos with every Hyomol outfit Its healing balsams penetrate to tIll ifiost remote colts of the throat noso end lungs killing the germs of catarrh hoallng tho Irritated imioous membrane and tanking complete and lusting euros The complete Hyomol outfit consist Ing of an Inhaler that can bo carried In tho purse or vest pocket a medl clue drftppor anti a bottle of Hyomcl costs only Tho Inhaler will last a lifetime whllo extra bottlos of Hyomel can Ixj procured whenever needed for only 50 cents Mr Penny Is selling a good many Hyomcl outfits at this season and he has so much confidence In tho remedy that ho guarantees to refund tho money In case It does not euro What furniture cnn give such finish to a room as a tender mothers faco 1 And is there any harmony of tints that has such stirrings of delight as the sweet modulations of her voice Asks George Eliot Henry L Whitbeck a physician and dentist of Buffalo N Y but recently released from a sanitarium beat out his invalid wifes brains with a hammer and committed suicide with a rifle Tho Fortysecond street car barns of tho Metropolitan Railway Company in New York City were destroyed by flro at a loss of 200000 Htrnm Witt a grocer of Richmond was arrested at1 Lexington on a charge of grand larceny NEWS NOTES IFulton went dry 15C ThopostofficcatWalton was robbed ExGov James Hogg Is dead at Houston Texas All grades of refined sugar have ad vanced 16cents on the 100 pounds Henry Whltaker colored shot and killed his wife at Elizabethtown and escapedAndrew Smith a farmer living near Brinktey was instantly killed by a saw log rolling over him George Campbell one of tho most prominent and highly respected citizens of Middlesboro is dead The Hargis cases at Jackson have been con tinned until next Monday when a special term will begin Mr and Mrs Henry Henley aged 65 and years respectively of Carmel IndJ were killed by the cars A child of John Bray of Barren coun ty was fatally burned by its clothes catching fire from an open grate Fire in Philadelphia destroyed the storage and distributing plant of Ar mour Co entailing a loss of 160000 Alleging he has been in slavery for four years a bootblack at Evansvlllc filed suit against his employers for damages David E Sherrick deposed State Auditor of Indiana has paid Into tho treas ury 18000 the sum of his alleged arrearageMrs ONeil of Gibson coun ty Ind was burned to death in her home as the result of the explosion of a gasoline stove Special Judgo Dorscy released James Hargis Ed Calhhan and B F French from the Jackson jail on temporay bail of 10000 each Peyton Miller havo purchased the stock of goods and tho good will of the business of the Pinnacle Grocery Co Middlesboro News laborers employed in clearing debris for tho erection of building on South St Clair Street Frankfort found nn old coffee pot containing 271 Tho controller of the currency has approved the conversion of the Hazard bank of Hazard into the First Na tional flunk of Hazard with 25000 capital A San Francisco paper says 10000 lives were lost during the recent cyclone In the Society Islands This is not confirmed by reports direct from xrsons were killed by a tornado in Meridian Miss Funds arc being raised for relief work and Gov Vardaman has appealed to the entire State to aid The flour and grist mill of Paul Mills near Rhodclia in Mcado county was demolished by the explosion of Its boil er Seven men were iqjured two of them so badly they may die The case of the Commonwealth against Curtis Jett charged with tho murder of Town Marshal James Cock rill of Jackson waa called at Cynthi ann and continued until March 8 At a dinner given him by his children in celebration of his Gist birthday Albert Barnes of Grant county surprised his offspring by placing a check for 600 under tho plates of each of them Mrs Kate Haymnn matron at the Jefferson county jail was injured in a severe encounter with a crazy Negro woman in ono of the cells She was saved from death by the assistance of a Negro trusty Suits have been commenced against Richard H McCurdy nnd others to re cover money alleged to have been wrongfully absorbed from the Mutual Life Insurance Company of which in stitution Mr McCurdy was for a num ber of years president John R Walsh president of the de funct Chicago National Hank was ar rested on a warrant charging him with violation of tho national banking laws nnd converting tho banks funds to his own use lie was released on bonds of 50000 and his preliminary trial was set for March 10 Gregory Haney of Maysvll1e who is 81 years old celebrated his birthday by getting shaved in a barber shop by a barber It was tho first time he was ever in a barber shop his mother and wire having cut his hair lie shaved himself and used no lather just rubbing- a little water on his face Instead CORNS CUllED Corn Exit will jwsi lively remove corns in four days The treatment Is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky It will not cost you a cent to try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and they are excellent for stomach troubles and constipation Got a free somplo at Dr W N Craigs the popular drugglst at Stanford Ky HUSTONVILLE W D Mocker came over from Tyrone spending Sunday at home Mr William Wheat and wife of Mt Salem are In the city buying goods Rev T H Coleman Is back from Texas and will till his pulpit next Sun dayRev S B Lander being given a vacation last week spent It with friends in the West End Misses Lutle Eubanks and Darling Daugherty visited Mrs Wm Wheat at Mt Salem last weak Miss Aunle Belden of Liberty is visiting Mr and Mrs W D Stagg and Mrs Fannie Cabbell and family this weekFor tho accommodation of patrons or rural routes carriers are selling 13 two cent stamps for one cent and quarter See Mr Mac Peavyhouse one of our ex pert tobacco handlers and raisers has gone to Knoxville Tenn with a view of making that city his future home The Board of Education of the Graded School has called a meeting for Tuesday March 6th and all members are earnestly requested to be present The City Council having the citys in terest and welfare at heart has gener ously agreed to defray the expenses of tho survey for our water works plant John Grubbs has rented and moved to the Y W Burton farm Mr Bur ton and family not being ablo to find a house in our city havo moved to More land D C Allen shipped Saturday a car of splendid hogs to Cincinnati for which he paid 6c Cowan McCor mack bought 44 hogs at 5Jc and a bunch of butcher cattle nt 3c J W Allen has 56 700 to 800 pound feeders for sale this week as his feed is getting low Miss Lelia Wheeler a graduate of the Cincinnati Conservotory of Music and high art of vocal culture who is now teaching in the Conservatory of Macon Ga will spend the summer with her parents Mr and Mrs Charles Wheeler During her stay she will teach a select class in voice culture hereIt is hoped that the water works com mittee of tho Commercial Club will from their investigation report fully Tuesday night next that the prelimi nary steps necessary to establishing same may bo taken at an early date so the system may be completed by fall thereby filling a much needed and long felt want The threeyearold Dignity Dare filly recently sold by Jack Beazley to Lex ington parties for 400 was sold last week by Lee Thomas to an Eastern buyer for 800 Joe Jordan bought a nico gelding from Smith T Powell for 165 ono from Hugh Thompson fox 120 one of J C Reid for 100 and ono of John Bolin for 90 J K Helm and family move this week to his pretty home on the Mid lleburg pike reently boughtof James Frye Mr Helm is one of the subsWn tial products of tho West End and he and his splendid family will be welcom ed by the community to their new home J W Lockridge of London was the guest of Judge Wm Myers last week Now that we have an assurance direct from the financial powers of the pro posed Interurban electric line that came will come to our town en route from Stanford to Gallatin and Nash ville there should be no relax in the efforts of every member of city and community to aid and encourage them in this great enterprise that will not only greatly enhance the value of lands and city property but put us in direct touch with the markets of tho North and South for every salable product and at greatly reduced prices for trans portation which upon near 500 cars an nually shipped from Morcland show the gamo would pay well for the am munition Afflicted With Rheumatism It 1 was and am yet alllietod with rheumatism says Mr J C Uayno editor of the Herald Addlngton In Han Territory but thanks to Churn oorlalns Pain Halm am ablo once morn to attend to business It is tho best of liniments If troubled with heumatism give Pain Halm a trial and you aro certain to ho more than pleased with tho prompt relief which- It affords Ono application relieves the pain For snlo by Dr W N- Craig tho popular druggist ut Stan lord Ky A bill was introduced in tho Senate by Mr Chinn of Mercer county providing for the creation of a Stato Racing Commission to be in control of the racetracks of the State Tho Senate atWashington is sched uled to devote most of the week con sidering the Statehood Bill with a view to reaching a vote on the measure on FridayGeorge W Hutchison and Miss Bessie Burgess of Valley View were married at the Phoenix Hotel Lexington rs i Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos I Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac cordeons Concerlinas Harps Har monophones Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also strings J and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialtyaa Mr J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAYNu The Jeweler Danville KentuCkYj i U Oliver Chilled Plows Disc Harrows Something New Tiger Corn Planter Riding Cultiva tors Walking Cultivator Champion Binders and Mowers Mc Cormick Binders and MoVcre Superior Grain Drills McCor mick null Champion Kay Itako Old Hickory Wagons Dicks aid Blizzard Feed Cutters We have a close price on this line Come and see us W H HIGGINS CASH HOUSE KENTUCKYLi r m the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KntwcKy CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January I 1906 24600000 = OFFICERS =S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J II OWSLEV Stanford S II SHANKS Stanford 0 W OAHTKU Tumerivllle W II CUMMIN Ireacheravllle L O Goocn Wujneaburg W II TIIAYLOX Olloerti Creole It L HumiiE Lancaster W 0 WALKEK Stanford J H FOSTEU Stanford W It SHANKS Stanford J D PAXTON Stanford We ri etwctfultysoltctttheaeconntsofindividualsFirmsand Corporations Hank and Itiinkcri and ore prvI nrt nccoititiiotliitlon ns nru corpulent with stile bunking Modern Safety Deposit Hose In our viiull far use of our Hiatonier oooilawa ttsrB II HOMEYou are now planning BUILDERSyour louse to build this season II Dont forget these facts about fin Hoofing FIRE I FIRE FIRE I IownetDont fail to consult me and get prices before you decide on 005H ALDRIDGE I Street Stanford Ky IDpot I ttC tta BUY YOUK Collars Hames Collar Pads Backhands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire H Staples Ratchets Grub Toolsc from George D Hopper Stanfo h Ky Hardware Groceries Tinware N Queensware Tiling Etc BtaT GOODS LOWEST PRICES The Interior Journal E Ct WALTON IT is the custom for corporations unwilling to accept legislative enactments or court rulings to threaten to withdraw from the State It is nearly always a bluff and the Lone Star State has called one The Supreme Court of Texas has decided that a contract between a railroad company and one express company to the exclusion of others is a violation of the Texas statuteand all the ex press companies threaten to withdraw from the State The dispatch from Austin states that ExGov Hogg was already organizing an independent express company to take their place Unfortunately for them the railroads cant withdraw from the State they are nailed down UY a vote of eight to seven the National House Committee has decided not to recommend any appropriation to buy seeds for free distribution It has long been understood that the department makes a practice of buying for this purpose seeds that can be had at almost any seed store Yet so fond are thousands of people of getting something for nothing through their congressmen that the action of the committee is not likely to meet the approval of the Hobse The average congressman thinks he is a mighty mean 7rman who will not send a constituent some packages of seeds free IN his usual spiteful way Editc Brown of the Harrodsburg Democrat makes some references to Lincoln coun tys Representative who has possibl said or done something displeasing in the eyes of the great Harrodsburg edi tor Mr Brown is a chronic dyspeptic though and some allowance should be made for his effusions which show plainly his disordered liver and stomach A big dose of calomel without soda k might help the gentleman temporarily We suggest that he try it KENTUCKY University at Lexington is no longer a member of the Intercollegiate Athletic Association and in the future athletics of everydiscription will be barred from the institution Thi action was taken by the Board of Curators and was made after mature deliberation by that body and after it heard expressions on the subject from President Jenkins and other member of the faculty Good A college where books not games are taught has long been needed in Kentucky MINNESOTA has a law recently enacted prohibiting newspapers from printing more than a mere announcement of hangings No reporter is allowed to witness them but the Min neapolis papers contained in minut detail accounts of the last execution All have been indicted and the re j suits of the trial will be watched with interest to see if such a law can be sustained If convicted the papers will contest the constitutionality of the enactment TIlE report of the Harrison county grand jury denounces progressive euchre as common gambling and call upon the Circuit Court to act accord ingly The silver dollar played for at the common gaming table the report says is no worse as a prize stake than the silver thimble or cup played for at progressive euchre Correct Harri son county people shouldnt play cards anyway Flinch and such games are interesting enough for them A VIRGINIA editor married a Tartar who proved to be too great a tart for him lie wanted her to do something that she didnt want to do and upon his insisting she administered a severe threshing closing up both optics and rendering him hors de combat Then the honoymoon of less than three weeks i came to an abrupt termination by the r strenuous bride taking train for her former home A HILL has been introduced in the New York Legislature to make the suggestion or advocacy of putting to death incurably diseased persons a fel ony This is going a little far but it would be well to put a curb on tbo heartless doctors who seek notoriety by suggesting what is horrible to contem 1plate and which can never be sanctioned by law We thank from the depths ofagrate ful heart our friend Editor Landram of the Lancaster Record for his kind words That we do not deserve them we are fully aware but we do appro elate the kind motive that prompted their utterance and love him even more for his efforts to make us feel good TUB Divorce Congress brought out the fact that South Carolina allows divorces only on scriptural grounds and that South Dakota grants them for any old reason and very fre quently for none Uniformity of laws on the subject is a pressing need AN Ohio editor who started 20 years ago with 15c is now worth 100000 His accumulation of wealth is duetohis frugality strict attention to business that an uncle died and left him 99989 h POLITICAL Fannie E Stanifer has been appointed postmaster at Bonham Laurel county 0 V Jarrett was appointed jailer of Rockcastle county In place of his brother L L Jarrett deceased By a vote of 56 to 32 the Hevenue bill was adopted by the House of the General Assembly and sent to the Sen ate for concurrence ThoHouso at Washington passed the Army Appropriation bill and the bill providing for the protection of Conft crate soldiers graves By a vote of eight to five the Senate committee on Philippines defeated the Payne bill which had passed the House by a vote of 623 to 71 By a vote of 51 to 40 the Capitol All propriation bill carrying 250000 for additions to the new State buildin was adopted by the House Indications point to the election of Representative James W Griggs of Georgia to the chairmanship of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee today W I McNair secretary of the Lou isvllle Y M C A testified in the contests for the city and county offices that he carried a heavy cane while working at the polls on election day inI the interest of the fusionists Gov Beckham has appointed Judge John L Dorsey of Henderson as Special Judge to try the case of James Hargis and others at Jackson H G Botts of Owen county has been appointed to try the case of Curtis Jett atCynthianaBy the Libel Bill was defeated in the House at Frankfort Friends of the measure will endeavo reconsideredbelieng that the justice of its provisions was not appreciated By a vote of thirtyeight to seven the National Senate laid on the table the ommittee amendment relating to sale of coal lands in Indian Territory This action carried with it the La Folletti amendment which prohibited railroai ompanies from acquiring coal lands Of a total of 82 bills passed so far by he Senate and 61 by the House 25 have gone through both bodies and reached the governor He has attached hit signature to 14 of these The emaining 11 have lust reached the ex icutivo office and have notyet been con idercd National and State banks and trust companies of Kentucky gained a victor in the adoption of the Revenue Bil with an amendment that the assessment by the State board shall be for State purposes only and that the Assessors of counties cities towns and axing districts shall assess the institutions in their territory for local purposes By a vote of 29 to 0 the Senate gave concurrence to the House bill placing the State Schools of Reform at Lexington under the control of the State Prison Commission The bill will be sign ed by the Governor and become a lawI in time to be immediately operative upon the taking of their offices by the new Prison Commissioners within the text few days CHURCH MATTERS Rev L M Omer will preach at urnersvjlle next Sunday afternoon at 230 oclock Rev S W Moore of Pocahontas Va has accepted a call to the First Presbyterian church of Middlesboro The Presbyterian Board of Foreign fissions has declined to make any claim of indemnity for the lives of their murdered missionaries in China The Southern Baptist Theological eminary will celebrate its jubilee in 1109 and the Southern Baptist conven tl pn will be invited to held its session there that year The members of the Baptist church were greatly pleased with Rev S E- Tull of Kosciusko Miss who preached two excellent sermons here Sunday A- call will more than likely be extended to himEditor Campbell of the Somerset Journal pays this beautiful tribute to- the preachers of his town Foremost in every good word and work in Somerset alive to the situation and fully scn sible of their responsibilities to God and- to mankind are the beloved pastors of- the Somerset churches United as one powerful consecrated apostle of divine ilightmcnt are these teachers of truth which will make men free At no period within the knowledge of this writer were the Christian congregations so prosperous and so full of the divine power for good to the communityas at- the present The spirit of the desire to spend and be spent in the asters service is in evidence among all the preachers and communicants Gallops for Aid When your stomach is all upset yoUl liver in bad shape your bowels out of whuckt your head like to split and every nerve in your body on- edge Dr Caldwclls Syrup Pepsin plops for aid and yougctit it clears out your poisoned system brings fresh clean blood sppply to all your igestlvo organsand restores to you that comfortable feeling of perfect health Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C WAdams Hustonvillc at 50o and elOO Money back if it- fails IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Rural route No2 will be establish April 16 at Paint Lick serving 635 peo pie and Iu7 houses Lawrence Wilds aged 11 rescued Charlie Duncan live as ho was drowning in a pond near Nicholasville Luhler L Jarrett formerly of Brod head died at Aztec New Mexico where he had been some time for his healt Somerset Odd Fellows have contras cd with tho Robinson Amusement CoI for a Street Fair the week of May 14I JFrank Ball tho alleged slayer of Jack Bolen at Middlesboro who is in jail in Bnrbourvillo awaiting his trial has been forced into involuntary bankruptcy by his creditors At Lebanon Junction Shelby Patterson shot and dangerously wounded hl5 partner Samuel McGruder The former was sleeping in the storo and mls took McGruder for a burglar when he entered at a late hour Clarence Sturgeon aged 17 year Lebanon is accused of having stabbed three men in one week in Cincinnati He was arrested at Court and Haec streets where ho had been stoppir men and asking them for money A slung shot and a knife were found In his pockets John B Mershon formerly of Stanford for a year or two past connected with the repair shops of the Q S C at Somerset will shortly open a carriag and smithing shop on Orchard street near Second a new building now being finished for his occupancy We know John Mershon of old and are familiar with his skill and reliability and we congratulate the city upon his decision to begin a much needed enterprise a number of citizens living near the Lincoln and Casey county line at tended court here Monday in obedienc to a summons by the County Court for cfusing to list their property to the ssesssor Lincoln county was repro tented by lIon Harvey Helm and thi ounty by Hon C F Montgomery Jpon investigation of the Statutes the ourt was informed that the Legislatun had made a new county line In 1880 whereupon Judge Sharp ordered the ounty line resurveyed in accordance with this act which when done wil materially change the line bcwccn this and Lincoln county giving Lincoh much of the disputed territory heretofore claimed by CaseyCasey County News Bankrupt SaleA- trustloofthe bankrupt cutiito of fltci IHIinpson I will on- NATIJItIIAY MAIIOH 171WX at thu Jiukson UIVCIM form nenr Mhvlu sty KV sell to till hlahext bidder tea lon al shocks of foddti Jtndder two hay rake thirty la11ea of hBY ono hey press tour two horo wnpom the elf bbt er one snowing machine them drill corn planter Iron roller plowA harness anti funning Iniplmncnli 0110 twelvehorn1 JI Onw slmplu tmctloi nulne one wirluck J I nejmnito omplete one No slam bugger one tiny ng belt one 14Uirrel mounted steel tank Rml pump ThlHthrrsblni outfit It mnrlj row mid In tintcits condition I wilt lit tho wi mo time sell ono residence housw nn lot In HheltiyUltyand about nlneiyucruso furmlll land iwir Hhelliy 011 IIl1dtlrrcluhtropertyonacndltorlxlydnywith In crest from date viiUitu I lot irjelhlrd cast tho balnnco on sIx months Ime with Interest front ditto Any anti lurchnsers glen Mm right to enh If hey desire All notes fur purchnio monej to bo iniuU mKotlahleiind imynhlw nt ljln coin County National HUlk Htnnford Ky nd stcureu byprnunaleeurllyqto Truiteo- HUinfonl Ky T II KxdLlrtn Auctioneer DnnylllP Ky ogMNa WrwH WHITES QPQ6A Rt S PURITY GUARANTEED A peculiar property that distin ilshes Whites Concentrated from all- other mineral waters Is its certain and positive action upon the liver and kid iys tho two joint organs through whose means the whole system is kept In a healthy condition This water Is certain euro for Dyspepsia Constipation Headache and all diseases cans el by a Torpid Liver Head what tire late Dr Luke P lackburn whose reputation as a physician and philanthropist is world wllJe said in regard to this water in- turl1y motives and constipation of the bOIVclsIt all other remedies known to the profession Crab Orchard Con ntrated Water will cure moro disens es than tiny remedy I ever used To Whom It May Concern I have usell Crab Orchard Concentrated Wa- tel and Salts In my practice for 40 eals and I consider them tho finest remedies on tho market as a laxative and purgative and when taken in broken doses a good alterative for Indi stlon Dyspepsia and Constipation It Is an excellent remedy W M Dooms M D Crab Orchard Ky There Is no Crab Orchard Salts nor Crab Orchard Concentrated Water ox KyIIyou call for Whites Diamond Brand Our goods all bear the above trade marle Accept no other Our goods arc guaranteed pure and unadulterated For sale by all druggists I kw sHOEs I Our Spring SttmeK is fOW In anti we n Mrgnlfi ARlortmcnt oftheTwo Grunt Lines THlTVALKOVhlU and sS It there art two litter shoes on the market today for men I tr 1cent They them arc UpToDato In Stylo and their wearing qualities art uq 1111I Host Quality of material can make In all tho new lasts and all 1rlco from WoO to 8500 H J McROBBRTS IIf KENTUCKYLItttttttaltt I I LI PARKIiRS HAIR BALSAM obese and tau tna tho tail INwootM itnut hINrrer meta to 114 Hlr to III Youthral Color iraln t ItIIIv OruI EGGS EGGS EGGS Plymouth Hock Silver Wvnndott nod lit 11r ixpttlntf of dullrennl free of rlmruo to I1nfo- nllnnIr or crab Orcherd Thor Inter o ted urn litvltod to visit my iienn nod stock Mrs W I White Kiilr V- IoullrytrmInncbnlIll t r A S PRICE Surgeon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Oweley Building For Sale Privately house and lu errs ut land sltuat slut outside of town limits oa the Snmvnt pike House hai 7 room kitchen and ser aa1 room good cellar staultt and deceearyoutbulldtng Water hydrant la tho yard use tock J P I1AILRY Jesse W Sweeney riorRirron Livery Foot and Ealo Stable Lancaster Ky Horse wellfetl and care l for Up tc dates rigs at reasonable ra- tesINSURANCE torn Ilf end Vita Lightning thu NTIUGKMT nnd lIFMTcolnponleItepmacntedTlowest lo ihlit Itntoe rdjUucquullvd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky KcsIdcncQ Phone Noli2 J W ACEY Proprietor LIVERY flND FEED STflBbE Stanford Kv All Riga New and Neat Special attention to traveling men A thuro your- latronage U solicited J II Hoonos tand onIep t St Ihono No raynesburg Marblo and Gran ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Denier In anti Slnnufucturor of Granite Monuments Marble Uittim Hnvclnlty Olllru amid eurkl- lluytwaburgJy It I 1iidgitt Aut NSURANCE Your house may never burn Youi ire suro to die Sco and talk with It M Ncwlnnd who will show you tho wlicy best adapted to your ago and ircumstnnceg Claims paid promptly Dividends paid annually or defer ed Rv M NEWIAND Agent klutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 Pennys Pennys Pennys A 0 Just receiveda coiunlote awort meat of apcimtlly wlccc Knzorg Pocket Knives and gijKnives Theres fntUfuction in lath quality anti price PEINNYSi DRUG STORES- tanford Kentucky r JUST REGEIVED a I Large Shipment of f Ranges Call and See Them j GEORGe FARRIS o Stanford Kentucky We are showing some choice patterns in Torschon French and German Val Laces Cambric Nanisook and Swiss Embroideries White Goods of all kinds from 5c to 50c perIyard A cordial invitation is extended to thet ladiesyW B Perkins jKentucky r i 200 SHOE TALK New Spring ShoesThere arc u 82 worth of real goodness in the e Shoe we- ajunl Hell for 82 In point of stylo tlmy aro That iall talk would not amount to much but we nro ready to back upviuiy t tho of 8250 stoicsmany of 1905 styles aro now in and ready for i t700puseosin get jut that amount of Mtiifactory service nod comlort for ladies emlrac mole good quulities than nny shoo ninde Tliero arc eliocs thntC in and let tit and willCI11r us a pair on you you sag 350lookas welltlsLeiglora hut dont wear us well and there arc shoes that wear as well what others have said ShoesZeiglers arc no exFor S550 wo give you all that is desirable in hut don t look as well Xclglers do both they are nwdo of honest leather by honest t i Turn or Welt Sole Patent or Kid Mutton or but get better each season i lake It would ho hard to get n better shoe workmen they are good fitters ore comfortable and stylish and are sold in Stanford byperlment 1 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD K NTfCKyIt BTANKOIID Kv MAlt H 100C Corn Curo removes corns In PRUSSIAN lOc Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS Miss LENA PALMER of Kirksville It with Mrs A C hilt MnlI C WRAY made a business trip to Mt Yemen Friday MR W C GRKENINO of Lexington was here Friday and Saturday Jon JAMES son of Mr and Mrs W I C Ptittus is ill with bronchitis Mn JONES FISH of Mt Vernon was hero with Dr E J Drown Friday Miss NKTTIC WALLER of Louisville camo up Saturday to visit relatives Miss MARGARET MIILKR of Rich 1mond is with Bliss Dollio McRoborts LAURA WILLIAMS of Martins Jt vllle Ind is with Miss Dora Hester Miss SUE Hour of Lexington was with the homefolks hero for acw days MRS U P MARTIN of Rowland vii itcd relatives at Mt Vernon last week MR I A C SINE went up to Corbln ychtcrday to work for theorder of Mac abees b MR J Y GoonpASTER of Fayette was hors Saturday mingling with old friendsMR H II SINGLETON wife and Mrs p Loyal of Wayncsburg were here shop ping FridayI- hoN CEO M DAVIHON came over from Covington to spend Sunday with s the homefolks Miss ANNIE DAYTON of McKinney i is the guest of Miss Mary Lynch Jc amino Journal Miss MARY MCKOBKRTS was in Lex- Ington to take music lessons from a wellknown teacher MR W C PKTTWS an experienced pharmacist has taken a position with Druggist Wo N Craig LITTLE Miss Salllo Rowan logan of WllmoN la with her grnnd parents la Judge and Mrs Sauttey THE Young Married Peoples Social Club will meet Friday evening with Mr and Mm W P Grimes MISSES MYRTLE AND PEARL ACEY oC Stanford aro guests of Mr and Mrs D It Ilrown Liberty News MR T M OWBLEY of Bowling J Green arrival yesterday to visit Mm brother Mr J S Owsley Jr MRS SARAn DAYTON and daughter Mri William Adams of McKinney were callers at this ofllco Saturday Miss MARTHA MENEKEB of the D 1 and D faculty Danville spent Satur i day and Sunday with tho homefolks here MRS J S CoiiniBii atd little son V of Lebanon Junction aro guests of her 1 parents Mr and Mrs B P Martin at Rowland t Mlt W II LEWIS has moved his lam fly from Lebanon Junction to W It Denhams cottage on East Main street Mr Lewis is with an L N bridge crew MRS W II WEAREN entertained very delightfully Friday evening In hon orof Miss Nan Denton James of Lex- Ington Some 10 or 12 couples were present Mn I W FISH has been transferred from Rowland to Crab Orchard to look after tho L N agency until hrs Alice Nowland returns from her pro tracted visit Miss EVA BAILEY is forging to tho front in the race for tho Courier Jour nal trip to Europe Her voto yesterday was 37219 and on that day sho sent in 20000 more votes which makes her a close second to Miss Anderson of Dan ville HarnxUburg Herald MRS WILLIS ADAMS loft Sunday for n 10 days visit In Florida near tho Gulf f to bo ono of n house party of which i her daughter Miss Ida May will bo hostess Misses Susie and A Iza Chomp son loft Monday morning for Lexing ton where Miss Alza will bo under an oculist Attorney C C Williams will leave this week for Marshall Mo to wind tho estato of W II Mullins a tiformer Rockcastlo citizen who died theroMt Vernon Signal LOCALS JUST received n now and varied lino or clocks W H Mueller PONY FOR SALEGood driver and v gentle Call or write this office MR WILL SEVERANCE has received from his brother Eld Joseph Sever ance of Georgetown ono of tho finest fishing reels we ever saw It was made by Mr Severance who is a genius of the first water t ISEe W II Hlggins lOc window display NEW line of shoes received at L M Hucy Cos D C Siiiiu has for sale at his store at Jumbo shingles and locust posts at tho lowest market price COOKS are about as carcoas butter in Stanford Our people are rnpidly learning to do without both Tin C W U M uxilarywill meet In tho lecture room of tho Christian churc at 230 Wednesday afternoon A JOLLY TRAMP nsplendid rural comedy has been booked to appear Ilt Waltons Opera House March 28 Fon SALE on RNNTDrK Van Arsdales residence Possession give at once Apply to 1 R Hughes Stan ford Ky Goon driving horse and good worker for sale Also 27 cedar posts suitable for building barns Dr W F Hicklo Hubble WANTED Bright honest young man from Stanford to prepare for pay g position in Government Mall Service Box One Cedar Rapids la Von Deering machinery such na binders mowers hay rakes rollers manure spreaders gasoline engines etc etc see J L Bcazlcy RKIRBSKNTATIVK ALVERSON has introduced n bill to repeal tho charter or tho town of Rowland It was referred to the municipality committee- WANTEDRetnila cotiiing hat shoe and furnishing goods salesman Only competent man need apply State age Walsh Bros Mt Sterling Ky YOUR attention is called to the Spring announcement of II F Hillenmcycr d Son the reliable Lexington nursery men which appears in another column CUMMINS McCLARY offer their en tiro stock of winter suits and overcoats at wholesale cost until March 20th La not miss the opportunity they otter Read their ad this issue Cummins d McClary HON J S SRwho is vis iting his daughter Mrs W 01 Walton inLcxington has been ill for a week or so ft Word from his bedside yesterday was that ho is still suffering greatly BILL ALLEN of Laurel who was ar rested by Marshal Jones on a telegram from a deputy U S marshal was arraigned at Danville on the charge of moonshlning and held in 760 which amount he could not give IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concen trated Crab Orchard Water It will do tho work For solo by W B McRob- erts G L Penny W N Craig Stan ford told C W Adams Hustonville MR R M NEtvt agent for tho Mutual Life Insurance Company In forms us that Mr J W James who lied at Crab Orchard Sunday week tarried 5000 insurance in his company which will be paid right away REMOVALS Mr I M Bruce has moved to his residence on East Main Street and Mr and Mrs C L Carter occupy tho homo they vacated Mr George Pendloton and wife are now domiciled in the Leo cottage the Car enl vacated and Mr and Mrs L B Nunnclloy will move to tho residence the Pendletons loft KILLING AT SO talmErOtis Gragg shot and badly wounded his young wife and immediately afterward killed his motherinlaw Mrs Mary Bowman nt Somerset Ho had been drinking for some time was out of employment and had been dodging the ofllccrs on a charge of disorderly conduct When arrested and placed in jail ho begged the officers to kill him Some think Gragg is mentally unbalanced AT its meeting Friday night tho Stan ord Commercial Club adopted its Constitution and ByLaws which will bo printed and distributed in ashort while A number of now members were added and considerable business of Importance was transacted Friday night was selected as the regular meeting time and It is to bo hoped that every member will bo at the courthouse next Friday night at 7 oclock If you want to lake the club a success como and help push it along u i ALL kinds of plants lettuce rad dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard JUST in big lot of cannel coal which I am selling at 16c per bushel W S Wighnm Moroland FOR RENTThe storeroom on Lancaster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office WE have a few notes and accounts still unpaid They will bo put in J N Saunders hands for collection after march 12th Higgins McKinney LADIES desiring stamping should come and see my new patterns Flosses of all kinds at my homo at the L M Unice property Mrs C Leslie Carter IFOR SALE Household and kitchen of all kinds for cosh Several nice Iron beds Bargains bargains Mrs Iatsy Brown Logan Ave Stan ford Ky Tim second team of the Fifth Grade went to Hustonville Saturday and met defeat in a baseball game nine to eight Our boys claim that tho first nines of that place played them RAILROAD is all the stalk says the Liberty News and if money is spent is freely as chin music tho railroad will soon bo under construction and the hill sides and valleys of Casey county will be humming with business the farmers will turn their attention to more extensive farming our merchants will enlarge their stores tho tide of emigra tion to Casey will begin and we shall have a real live county NEITHER Mrs John Traylor nor her many friends in this and adjoining coun ties appreciate the unkindreference made to her by the Danville News and if the editors of that paper want to do the right thing and wo hope and be Hove they do they will retract their ridicule and set her aright in tlia eyes and minds of their readers Like the good wife she is Mrs Traylor was sticking to her husband in his troubles and she should be commended rather than poked fun at for trying to help him get justice Of course Mrs Tray lor way jesting when she said she had license to practice law and she thought tho newspaper reporters knew it How ever the next time she jokes in Little Britain she will label it such and then probably the quilldrivers will catch on CiRCUIT CouGeorge Farris who was on trial when our last issue being printed for killing William DunnI also colored got a life sentence in the penitentiary Julius Helm colored was given six months in jail for steal ing n watch Alman Stone the Richmondcontractors secured a judg ment of 46340 against Newton Bros The above firm built n hotel at Huston ville for the Messrs Newton and the contention was over tho contract In tho case of T 0 lovelace vs F M Ware the jury hung Lovelace sued Mr Wore onjome jewelry ho had sold him and about which there was a dis agreement The case of Mrs Kate B Swinebroad against Mr George P Bright as executor of the late Green berry Bright now has the attention of the court r TUB FOREIGN MISSIONARY RALLY theIdirection of President A McLean of Cincinnati was held lost Thursday in tho Christian church The program was carried out in full and largo audiences present at each session listened with pleasure to the stirring earnest addresses mado by too following ministers H C Garrison Danvillo F1Tinder Lancaster C J Armstrong Winchester Hugh McLclIan Richmond 0 P McMahan Somerset Joseph Bal lou and L M Omer Stanford Two returned missionaries Dr C C Drum mond Hurda India and A E Cory Nankin China made addresses the IIotherford and showed very plainly tho sad condition of Chinas teeming millions to be a result of their religion and goV- ernment The ladies of tho church served a bountiful luncheon at tho noon termission in tho lecture room This waa ono of the good things of tho rally is it gave an opportunity for a social hour One of the instructive features af the rally were tho missionary maps and charts which adorned the walls of the church rj BRING your prescriptions to Dr W N Craig for low prices and best ser vice Fort SAM Farm wagon harness plows cutting box corn sheller A G Huffman r LOST between cemetery and W R Denhams a horse collar No 17 Re ward This office TilE contracts to put stone and grav el on the various pikes in the county were let at public outcry yesterday There were a number of bidders and the contracts were let at very reason able prices STRAYED OR STOLEN Bay mare eight years old 15J hands high with small white spot in forehead heavy mane and tail Mane lays on her left side Missed from the old Horace Withers place on Stanford pike February25th Reward for return to M F Rout Marksbury Ky Wm Swope Lexington Ky R R No Charging that her husband had whip yeanImember of a family has filed suit for divorce- A woman almost broke up services at a Negro church in Louisville by dropping dead just as the services were be ing concluded Tacloban the capital of the Island of L yte in the Philippines was destroy ed by fire at a reported loss of 600 000 Tho prospects are good for the or ganization of newspaper men of the Eleventh district The Commercial Hotel at Harrods burg is being enlarged and repaired G C Givens has sold his crop of tobacco 15000 pounds at 8c G C Givens has 21 ewes with 48 Iambs and CO with 87 FOR RENT Ilonto anti lot In IIiiitoiiTlllc Jnultnl Hchool district floor ImproviiiniiU it nil tad locution IXAr 15 stereo 01 sriim nlso for rout If wanted K UnriKntvr More land K- yTrees Plants Vines pnHAIKNUnJ4nitoek of Hrait mid Orniiintiitrl Troiii Kvur Vln-eNnndthrultsilhulorhAsluinigttovie wr eat ay no IIKIIIU Htrowlwrrr and Ilva cro- d tlatnlogus nniiiipllciitloti to- IL 1 IIIIIKMKYKI A HONH HAVE YOUR colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orchard Ky tho woll known ens trator of horses and horse doctor Phone in Uesldfincc FOR SALE Kntmor HUacris niHxl Mm gross fwd to road ling I nvrc of lirinp on It this mlloIroIllIlIlIIOIlIIof rooniN latch a brick porch and clnlirn nciir kltelitii Jim new INn l xrllI For teitlfSiiplily to JII MrUAUOlK- IliHioiivlIlo Ky X GOOD NIGHTS REST doggieForThat German Syrup homes great treasure Could health and joy Impart QTlic greatest tonic on earth isn good- nights rest nights and the ter rible exhaustion of a hacking cough are consumptivecnutfew doses of Dr Itoschccs German Syrup will insure refreshing sleep entirely from cough or night sweat Free ex certainqVe know by the experience of over thirtyfive years that one bottle of German Syrup will speedily relieve or cure the worst coughs colds or lung troublesand that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup work wonders u fTwo 250 and 750 All druggists For Sale at Fennya Drug Stor I L3 l N 17M11ti r tiNN111A111tivNti11i i Clearance sale I iOF ii Winter Suits And- Overcoats I y From now until March 20th we offer our entire stock of Winter Suits i and Overcoats at wholesale cost piii CUMMINSzt i fScMcCLARYi LNN sNN N N NtiN1NN ti + + llllllllllfllI1Ifft IIIlltlfltfltl+ tlllllltllllt WaflSiIKFull 1 Silk all colors 27 inches wide atfr 50c per yard IPolkaiNew line of Corset Cover f f at 25c per yd j of Wash Collars at 5c ILine Patternsi 1EggS taken at highest market price in exchange for goods i L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Five and Ten Cent Ware M Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 4JtlttllIIII IIIIItllllllllt tllt I The Interior Journal EnJt1td in the Pott Office al Stanford at utonddatt mailer- YVDL18DEU TUESDAYS AND VKIDAYB AT 500 PER YEAR CASH W When not so paid 1200 will be cbarged E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tdbaccos Stanford New Hustonville firm Ilnvlogbought of McOormnck A IVacpc tt Mr aroc rle HArdwnnl etc wo ahare or the pntronngo west End per pie 1Ve ntso hero connection n Doll lent Market nlld Lumh Ooullhr too will buy butcher stun nt highest mArket prkmrnnd having ft iplendld mrnt cutwr wo osn you with tho We also br- aall kind of country produce i BIRnOIt IilPPh Hustortvllle Kj BDCARTERL Successor to Bruce A Oarter Livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your ii solicited Horse handled on commission Stock Pene In Connection NEW LIVERY STABLE BUHKB ft CLABE80N Frcn JUNCTION CITY KY TlntOUis Turnouts at Reasonable Batea Special Attention to Traveling Hen sod Hay For Sale A Special Bargain One hundred and slxtg sere farm nbout allies Nort welt of Stanford Good two etory- q Urooiu dwelling n splviulld stock luirn ono U the tlt waterwl airing In the count ell- I outbuildings nrd 4Oacres In blueEms never bwn plowvd The whole furnt Ins well nnd there Is no waste land on It plve miles from Dnnvllli and In a splendid community This Is n bargain nnd the must lw sold within thu next days Iat1 pots can gotton ofT of farm 1osseitslotiBlvinnt once or particulars too lame I White or Ii U ltu Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy rpnilymiiue clothing when then t i so little clllTerenco thu prlcu of high gradurcmdynmdeeultebud n suit tnnilo ti your nn eiporl nc tailor I have a bnndiomu line of nnt Winter goods can make from low prlct btulneu suit to the finest dress suit AIw overcoat trousers and fancy rests The tomtmny I represent laonw of the best H C RUPLEY the Tailor i DaI Traylor I OIALSR IX Whls ll Brandy WinGs Beer Clears Etc KYaClosePr at anl poltt attention Nothlnclolt tits ttarrak Marl phone cr talegrap orders receive romptattentlon isLe Beazley Co I UndertaKers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for sill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e1ICcear Undertaker Embalm and Dealer in Harness Saddlery C STANFORD KENTUCKY OScsJPhooe 117 nome Phono Ii r r atl1J FARMERS DEPARTMENT Joseph Ware of Boyle has a hen which he clalms lays two eRgs a dayII A few Jersey cows fresh milkers for sale F Reid Danville or Stanford FOR SALEtOO bushels recleaned or chard grass seed Price IGO per bushel Telephone Kentucky Supply Co Danville Ky J C Hays has sold his farm of acres two miles beyond Crab Orchard to A C Muncie of Horton for 2250 The Kentucky Supply Co bought ofi I F Tabb of Mt Sterling a pair heavy draft horses for 400 They weigh 2650 poundsAdvocate- At a public sale of mules near Shelb yule several pairs of IGhand mare mules brought from 425 to 455 and several pairs of yearlings brought from 325 to 385 A black sow weighing about 175 pounds crop off of one ear and slit in other came to my some time ago Owner can get her by paying for this and her E Bickle StanfordaSixty thousand pounds of tobacco was hauled here from Lincoln county Saturday Although Mr Soper had never seen it or contracted for any of it he paid the owners from to 9 cents a pound for it and they went home hap pyHarrodsburg Herald FOR SALEAbout 41 acres of land one mile from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster pike A good dwelling well and all necessary outbuildings Place is right on pike This is a good homo and a cheap place The owner of this property lives at Henderson Ky and has made up Ids mind to sell It can he bought at a bargain Forprice etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky F A Land sold James Christie a combined mare for 175 D R Brown sold C T Bohon of Lebanon a pair of mules for 110 R L Murphy bough 18 steers of S S Williams of Adair it 3Jc and 44 hogs of different parties in Casey at 5c He sold 12 steers to F P Combest at 3Jc W IL McClure oC Humphrey delivered 200 bushels oC wheat to the roller mills here at Jl3c Liberty News HIGHLAND Miss Fannie Hatfield begun school hero Monday Some worthless dogs made a raid on- E G Baughs sheep a few days ago killing two of his flock II F Horton has his new house nearly completed which is quite an Improvement for our village 0 L Speaks has laid the foundation for a nee residence- J S Young our clever postmaster is making quite an improvement on the farm he recently bought of Goo Baugh Ho ispulling down the old fashionc rail fence and replacing it with a sub stantial wire C M Young and wife arts visiting friends and relatives at Science Hill and Somerset Elbert Young is looking after his fathers store during his ab encc Charlie Cook has moved back to town He says country life is too lonesome for him Always Keep Chamberlain Cough Remedy in the House We would not be without Cham wrlalns Cough Remedy It Is kep tn hand continually In our home It lays W W Kearney editor of the Independent Lowry City Mo That Is just what every family should do Vhen kept on hand ready for instant checked at the outset use a cold may bo and cured In much less time than deer It has become settled in tin s tern This remedy Is without u peer for croup in children anti will prevent the attack when given as soon as the chilli becomes hoarse or even after- Itho croupy cough appears which can bo done whenlthc remedy is kept at hand For sale by Dr W K Craig tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky With a large size drummers trunk filled with ballots and dragging several ballot boxes IaP Lay circuit clerk of Whitley county came to rankfort to file these with the Court oC Appeals as evidence in the contest rankfort Journal r School Childrens Dyspepsia The common form of dyspepsia or ullgestlon which stops tho growth flules the checks weakens the system of so many school children is often due to Improper or too quickly eaten inches While seeing to a correction of tlu canto it Is also Important to cllre the disordered conditions of the stomach and bowels This can bu done b y no other medicine so safely and surely as by Dr Caldwell laxative yrup Pepsin Try It Sold by G L Penny Stanford rind C W Adams Alston villc at 60o and 8100 Money baclt If it fails Judge Gordon of the Hopkins county Circuit Court has ordered that Barth lompkins the convicted Negro murderer be hanged in the Circuit COurt room at Madison l11e Thomp kitJ is under sentence of death for kl11lng William Brame Lieut Gen John M Schofield U S A retired last surviving army commander of the Civil War died of cerebral hemorrhage at St Augustine Fla a s J rr A Favorite Rembedy for Babl Its pleasant tasto and prompt cures have made Chamberlain Cough ncm edy a favorite with the mothers of small children It quickly cures thcr coughs and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other serious consequences It not only curescroup but when given as soon as Uio crou cough appears will prevent the attack For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stanford Ky Despite the prominence of tho stall hood Bill under tho arrangement for the week in the Senate the friends oC the railroad rate measure expect to inject a speech or two hours in its be half e The association to prevent corrupt practices at elections will meet in New York March 5 to 7 The subjects Cor discussion will be primary and election laws nnd corrupt practices nets The Seaboard Air Lino railway oC Ices burned at Portsmouth Va and many valuable records and official papers were destroyed The monetary loss was 25000 United Mine Workers of the Western District of Kentucky who will meet in convention in Louisville Wednesday will demand an increase in the scale or wages Judge Benjamin F Graves former Thief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court is dead Contra Kentuck- yRedIEstateExchaogi TITLE CO NUITwo bout cad loU tlluited la Cub Orebd lwlihlx and onehalf acre ol land al ached lloth ere inme eotugt one rontliiu fG mil t brother ot 1 room Stable two gOO itc The liulUlngi tie new and th enclngltordUtrr Two jooJ ganleni sad Ine UI le iattur WltIlIeacb place spaniel ru I whole Pike on the projurt j u a who 11300 ho 181A term of ores one soil oneb nlle bt rill of J1mbnllle on the I nflll plk To atoiy lr me dwelling seven rooms Terand llrtc Fine young orcaird lrln all kinds etc A- ImlhflhgandlvocrsareingoMreM Ir Thu far illtualeiln Ibe beet social cd la an Idol home HpleodM Ire bomr bnrn ittall other neeentry outbuilding Pure HI IS98S acre ofhod In the town Iliulta or Rowland about at acm bottom latd coo N acm woodland The piac la well fenced and Iu- d water woks well and cistern story trim lUildlog S room hall tranila Lick porch cum ner hltcbtn and good cellar lood bun and a itber ntcesaarr outbuilding Including till rraner7t4 All In good repair tenting In ant UM under ell wire true U a Irfiullfi ilace a dttlrable home cites to town and will letll heap ono on eiiy term No UOA Lea ol acree mile teiond Mi g0051 Lye well well Improved and la rlgl in pike No1 tarn Il box atoll abid on we tide and dtlrewaj In cenur 2 other bin 2 tenant houtea 5 room brick ralJenre od iltchen ant all oilier buy out hulldlDi iatUlngi and fencing In good rcnatr plan w1I ratend clirrn at bsm cod house tmdspnnp Ic Aboui180cminerasnilbe rat In cu Irallon Irlce 19WO No 151100 acre farm about I mile this tide of ihilby eu room cottage 2 porckta No1 rood cellar under the kitchen Clood barn of 8 ullt crib etc Building are In good repair belencupiremoJeratr Two spdngiandguo on About acne In timothy ad lorerretInwoodland Trie 14 30000 No ISGA 220 acre arm lying on Dlx that asr- abOrchard Aboul7uacrlatocublvatlon aDd lacrraln pasture tit In good limber Alout 73 bearing fruit trttf on the place 2 story Grora Iwelllng Ordlniyaubie and crib and a uorl tenant home The buildings are In lot the fences are not The pi rratereJl6aevrrIuIngpringc Till Isaga lock Inn and Ii offered at a fates olJ 1Z500WI No 1SV Coltageln Lacuter feet front nd eel dl1l Ail uwoiry uullmlldlcgi exrei arn ErerylhlBg U new sod In Rood shape Lage contains turns hall verauda luck loorth ud Laseusrut Owe to school chMrcbn eli lrlce f2VMOO No 154170 acre farm Dear HuttonTllle boa welling and born a good fortion of thus plan could be sold for town It la well watered an lbe fencing sod bulldlDfi are In good condition Ma la oi n of the teal tarn In the county The ill la rich and will produce bawl He Itlc 3000 0- 0o4 Two atorr frame dwelling 7 rooms bal IDd reranda loud garden fencing and house rood repair For ulx or rent 1rlc reawnabln No 34 lloute god fire acmof lint In Itll- nnk NtcraMry oulbulldlnga Fencing good id well watered Will sell tbla place ou tatj rma No 7329 acre of land lU room two tory dwelling well watered good lepclng It eaubutlie of be city Ol Stanford clote to Unlt bool anti clurchea Till Ii a deitrable home Ice reasonable No 370 room frame cottge and one sere c Iod in Ky Large bun inioke bane tc All building and fencing In good repair lrlte 8100 No OTan arm ol lanJ two story front rot tag e Coven rooms balls etc louts Ii new a goon den and iplendld orcbanl ot If sera leuclur ottwostablestbuggy flout tuiuie houae via A pN la pure a goof mill be plate a g od cruihtr Jo mill U Ii run by nat uulllOwr which is a great economy and Ibe Jaw to In guud repair Will tell the properly at a low ure or teN026 Frame hotel large rooms double versa duo hallway Etc A large 2 story store ruow mtlng eirert SOlcet tram boWl stain cults nfordwv Ing 2 nice cotlagei nlcvly furnished ppred and painted 4 rooms ant terandt each larl8 barn on tame lot used alhurlaille Uood garden Vacant lot adjoining b feedefl All ol this property la In Ixjndon Ky dlaa one chance for au one to mate money iprieior hanrefuaed lo rent property fur IO Ir1- 1101l1h On account of health of bit wife only r man for arlllrg pruplletor detlrte to ezcbaogi for farm In Lincoln county No aA smut laon 075 acrea of good land Iccaled clove to town Price 230 No it 150000 acres of cotton land In Mlsiltslpil Tbre Is no section of country which offfllO many portunltlcs toe profitable Investment as the slrrl Delta It now fitly described as 101IValley The timber la becomlnir mote valu ble all the time for the reason thatlumber people from the North where Me supply 01 timber last nlnlshlne are constantly increasing their chasn of timber lands In the South Vlhenthtim ber Is removed the land Is unequaled for agrlcultu ral purposes It will produce a bale of cotton to the cre or will grow IO other kind of crop raised In temperate lone The soil nreds no fertilisers ant In a yield whlchcannot be excelled taxes are title Is perfect and the man who buys Delta farm a1 timber lands at present prices Is making an In velment that he will never regret land Is vUeJ Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract n1IOO acres to the tract and prices from S8 per acre tu Si6 per acre according to location etc We re authorized by the company who owns these lands 0 state that as other parties are considering the rebate of these lands that we offer these ttorrlnr sale withdrawal from market or chance n price wlthonl notice However when notified Ihey will hold any tract out of market long enough tor the purchaser to make an Investigation About noooClea of this land his hen told by the Com we received this option For further pan panysince at our office countyICytodate In every anu Dg with improvements and 20 acres of fine id close to Southern railroad Price 19 000 r No 401474 acres ol land cottage of 4 rOlUl good hall ana 2 porches loud bun and otbe necessary outbuildings Fencing and buildings good repair Place well watered a splendid wan at home etc iJind le all local and produce w Young apple and poach orchard Thus about 6 mllta troui town Irlce 1500 No203A 220 acre farm In the Wajnul arci Ion about 2 4mlln iron 2 tall road Ullou cloteto root office atones cburrbet etc Li between 2 County roads Rural Krte llclhr lUiute b Four room log home a 11adld himn54z161atboxing end bar two good the la watered with neTerfalllng springs mad a run nlig branch through tb pas It bar good fne log ad oUlbllIdln i Irlce f 800 Tends No 205ISO acre tarn situated on the WInta bur mad ML YerfOn road lboal 8 mite ufWaynraburg llasaaroomcuttage eta Tbl plaoe gentleman In Callturnli and h will aell iicheap aud on easy tcriua No VIJM acre S4 mil iron Junction Cl17 3 story room frame dwelling barn ret non le bouu etc All In repair locud fencing Dacr5iignaeat21 urea In culu lion hood orcbardofpeschalumsspphse- A splendid grape harlot 2600 lrar avid onejear rlaca close to school caurcbea Ic and well watered medicated well at house aDll stock well at faro etc rice 13600 No 211 About acres or land mile lrolll Crab Orchark ou Unotater pike A goat deli log will and all neceaiary tutblldlnis flic toepaceton up i place reaming mineral water right on place It can be bought at a bargain new ua tjr a prke- No2 I farm of 242 acre A handaorn e lUod era 2 stor britk tesldeoce IUlnllbel Ind up to due In e ery particular Ntor room oa prtlIIot the nicest to tummy Large the plan la well watered sot pajr 111101 a on It Th re only about 20 acre la culttral and rest In grass 1leDt of fruit treciiic Tbl la an Ideal nome IDol a splendid farm 1la reu on able No xtl acres of land 2 dwelllBgs of tool Neb Le rs tobacco barn 182 lect neat tot be liett biro la Lincoln county S imalf stock barlla Thus property lap belQeeu 2 good toUIII tou ird2 turnpike All Ibe building aod reccing are In good repair Ilace la well water by good springs creeks etc Splendid tobacco 1lId and wM else barrels of corn to the acre Thll pleauknlheownerfron 21 to 20 per cent hie InTrstutent ono If not the cpean Mecca of land In Lincoln county If you are look lag for a bargain this It TOurchanAf Jce ehap No Sit 2500aaeloflint In Caaey raiinty Db IJberty nod Columbia coals Twel te houiea a od oo Htldenc a rooms 134story lo- rwnlbflWudt Hood barn scm cultlratton llulldlog In modern Ihnd bouleIprlogthrough at a lllouuoneaty teen or will dmrWi plate to auil HirchiwnNo nice little 8 loom collate All ntonary outbuildings and a gout garden About mile from Stanlord 1 his U a cheap place Irle IW Mill No 21791 ore lam In molt ol Ik lOry io ut dwelling stir house amok house w1I House crib etc Aliine bulidlal and eating are la fair condition toed apple urchird stout cm in cultlratlon nsl In nxiJ limber Waters ester falllPg well and waters ot South tgrllIydae fJ200 TTa No 218 One vacant lot U Junction Cltf autbeast corner of Lucui and motion pmt ruoDlngIrrla 1600 J2S Nice I room cottage and I acra of lalll 10 about I mile Hheltoy City Tree hone Cost We will tell lhuplace lot tl liSA nice large store room and dwellli dove cantUllDgot tcreral nicely fvrnlihed room e mod barn and lot and all necemury oulbulldln TIll prrpetly Is la good ralrtlIul1tttdoo Mss Ire t In right In jurtlon of own This property wIlltxMldofa bargain ar II a pllllild OJIIIualtllo come one desiring 10 0 In biisltnes r and dwelling belt ombioed will tdagrat using in rent eir- So IP e4djctuat land near Crab Orchar lli A farm of 35 l arm situated about i mire troll Htanfoidaod mile from rib 0rebar n the wtertof l lar Creek Tae plan la rut iioul12 Silts and can he sub dirldml bout a tree U lu cultlralloti ilmter lumdeol tu kMp day and IIblll story fume dwelling I iroumt bIIloOrtbte Two gaud Ira D- Uharngranor7 torn etc Ilace Is well wale two llbe door running siren trough fans ill buildings In good shape rice taint foucing fair lure ISleracre Tern eurNo A firm of acres about mile from itanlord laywell ant well valcrwl A good ol Ibe farm In blue gnat A ramfortab Iwclllogandalargeliarn Thu proprrty Ign plendld pike cloie bol tie 1rlc U Irsere No W A fnrui of nbout 100 Here on ooe ol II In lb County A bitndwMe oryomedwellingnedonof Ibe lurgeai lIaoi urn phce U w- eentrsdandevarythlogu111 ItrluJiic feni logll ta n gwxl cwniuiunll lose to schools and iil4 utu minute drlre lrom ituolord Tbla n very desirable Lamer Irlce No 7010 acre ofland two tory Iron eollehall etc house Ii new a goal gaidc aod splendid orchard of one and on half acing twj stabiei Iogi7 hltfIIIIOk souse rte good well on plao Therelialtu a 001 tnlll on the plan gind rruilirr In mill II Illua by natural wer which u great eronom nd Ibe dam Ii In iplendld repair This Inoncof the best farming district hetountyatoutdsndee frosts OUDlurd tbu Ists a ready Stout ant total u sun a ground We will sell thla place for 52400 abar tbe bUlhJn 1000 eoull nOI be ItIIl III fur this money No MFlfty acres near rieaaant Point Ky raine Ie rooms and porch Barn and other itbulldlngs Sacrreln cultivation reel In Well watered yanlt from pwlornwicboi id church lays well on pita and In goal cum unity Irlce U- No IJ230 acre urn Ji mile of Crab Orchard y llrlck dwelling a rooms two tenant house ro barns well audiprlng near dwelling Farm In hllb pate of cultivation 160 acres rl er lotloi iIII gout fencing fruit etc 1rlre f an acre No tt nice farm at Highland K well impror 14 well watered tlL like hue- v4s6aausoflanJoniamestow rod south of nnvilw loo acres In cultivation rout n acres IlImbr and rest In grits urge new frame dwell loC alto an old dwelllngon place A new barn and two old ones is and the fencing II od On public road lace faoco- So lJ00 cere of land one mile iron Somerset rcut In Kfen Sells Forty acres In cultlva tloD 40 urn Inputure balance In timber Dwell log contains seven rooms Large barn and ill nee nary outbuildings Fcnct builIlrgsloeplea- d repair Well watered S28U- utio25lOdacreeof land In Ford county Ku tx munnfrow railroad end yi wile rote Arlauam rhr 8evengacrnofland Ii river botiotn le stclue laud tot in grass This land is for isle or rxchange No 1111110 acre fann shout miles from town In js splendidly matte In cullliitlou well wither etc tMttiige of lour room large turn oj erty well need etc rice tV per tier 325 ftcriS In Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about ncrcs cultivated aOOul125 In timber and Rrann and shout 110 In grays Timber on pines Is cut tu 18 IDches but will nmku barrel timber ling Ie I till und cord wood enough to pay for- the plant twice over A large part tone ed There are four dwolllnxi of room each and one store of two stories with roms abon Imi well and sprites of water U In 2 miles ot county sent mid prows tobacco corll wheat grass etc for 3200 Oco hail cadi I lour nnd Orllt Mill Anderson county Iy M barrel capacity covered with IroD- built year ago Steam and water power the latter 8 month of the year U U an up- ditto roller mill with burrs for corn and meat bolt The miRlne Is of 7 years run 1- 6acrs with the mill including wish Is wltb- the house of S rooms All for 16210 or 53 for the mill and 14 acres One knit caab- IIn fine trade No mill In 10 wills No 42 SeTcu room dwelling grod cellar sad raland Never falling well and iprlcg Fencing nc condition Cneap cloae 10 towntVlllnll a swill family No 76GO acres of land near Junction Cityicutln 1IfD neldt acres In cultlraltun rtlllD grass edyoung and one of the t grape har- hOIl In Party sold 2SOO pounds gnpea last year Well watered mad fencing goof CIwe to school and churches A tolOry1sro- om frame dwelling good barn etc UI- DIII repair Prlc No Twostory frame dwalllig of lit room two balil vtranda to well at door and all otber Also urge buclcamlth- opSOxSOaodehedllull length 0 bop and t proper win be sold at a very price Denial Kentucky Real Estate k TitleOo Stanford Ky Spring Shoes ee To Delight the Eye and Comfort the Feet Thero are two ncccury requisite at most tiny ttmo of the year but more 80 in spring you know lint alter n cold and cheerless winter wo gladly j welcome the newness of life thnt the beautiful spring season brings with it 2 Wo like to lay ueido our dull and heavy garment and don something new ntul bright that will delight the eye and bring cool comfort to the Wkly Hero you find everything now and attractive as well as comfortable anti Tow Priced Stylish Clothing Shoes stud Oxfords RUt Gentij Furnish ings and Dry Goods You know that wo stand behind the goods that wo sell wlmtnvcr it may t hero want tu sell you your entire spring outfit mud after u careful in spection of our stock you will 1o as eager to buyns wo are to sell 1riees11ellalways as low as n legitimate store can alibis to make them SAM ROBINSON t1 Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY t The Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky jet Only Daily and Weekly 1ublblicd at the Capital anti the only QUO that over took the lrsociated IrcM Reports liltS recently been oHlar4trlunit greatly improved It makes a spec of LOCAL isKWS 0 of the Court of Appeal Suite FiscalourtIIlo Federal Court It is es pecially valuable to lawyers Sub ciiption yearly S Send rcinittnnco to W P WALTON PRORIFrankfort Kentucky First National Officers Of Stanford Kyi J 1IOOKK11 Prtsl Bank BT lUuitii VrolJJMcllOHKUT8Ohr 50000iW II WKAHENAislUhn Capital Stock establhhodDlreotorsTbUlnitttutlon wa I originally al the Depoult Rank ot In 1851 then reorganised ae the National tank of Btanford In ISIS and again reorganlied ai f Held Uaavtlle the Flrtt National Ilaik of Stanford In T Harris Stanford IIII having bad practically an uninter J Mocker rupted existence for II rear It It better K L Tanner supplied now with facllltle tar tranael M n Klmore MclCIDnt1jInr bntlniM promptly and well than ere 811 Haurhnj before In It long honorable carver T r Hill Ja Koblnion J II llaucbtnan r tanford Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cur J M Iettui Btanford O E Tale Stanford poratlons Solicited YOUR WANTSAIN e Drugs Paints and Oils Window ltS Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces byfW B McRobertsI Ii PKIISOVAI eupcrvixion given to nil Iresrriptions coiiipounded u5y11 t tiN A 1tfNNNtiM7N 011 Craig Heroin Compound Cntiirn Heroin Com found t S d WIZEN BAIIY FIRST REGIS TO GIVE i- I Craigs Heroin Compound t n IT CURES THAT HOAIIWIC AND CHOUIV WHEEE fISOUNDriCRAIGS DRUGSTORE 1 i i pIllIOUUlOa npJJH pnnotiruoOulwJ1l YiIuo f L 1 NK1N1s7h Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky Wo art iriiriHl to writ Iiiiurniieo Life Accident Fire or Tornado And solicit the liuslniM of tho cltlxcit nl the Kaat End Noun but the lxnt complin lea repreeonod- 011icu with Crab Orchard Ranking Co Ifuvn n talk with tin boforo nlnelng your In nurunva of runuwliiK old pollcUil with tu nnd wo sell It for you churgingyouoglyitsmall percent a DRUGGIST STANFORD r BNKESJK n POSTEDWe whose names pller below strictly forbid hunting tubing or any kind of trea pamlnR on our place and will prosecute violators to the roll extent of the law- Mr Kate Ailor Itclclienbiich Hrs Fred VouOruonlRHn Alburt VonOruonlgan Fred Von lmIlD Fred llaumann Alfred Simpson Oor u Holmes Mica Mattlo Howe K Kolcbonbacb Charles Cumulus Joe Hallou A 0 Dunn 8 M Holmes W E Amon W R nauKbortr M J HolTrnnn M n Klmore Peter W Tarter J Norln Carter J E truce W F Shomaker Thomas Forrlll Oreen Korrlll F J OonD John II Oatnenlicb SIm TRnwbrldge A D Root Charles Ensilln Prank Oordler Mrs Hayden Welch Peter Dalmer John Uelor Samuel Ltndier Jacob dander Mrs AllcJl Lytle David Stephens Mary noiTmann Ll Nunnellejr J W Baughman Christens Orayion J 0 Carpenter t Jacob Jemweln Bm Damerou s s