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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 13 1906 NO4 nn un u Bobbins Budget STANFono MARCH 10Wlth pleasure shall return to the muchI Barohy today after a long of two weeks My sojourn among the people hero has been quite pleasant for one suffering under such aheavy weight of sorrow This term of court hUB transacted n good deal of business wi- thjtho murder cases to bo tried in June Thursday night I mado an impromptu speech in the county that literally shook tho gray hairs from tho bald head of old Sugar Loaf I shall commence speaking at tho county seats In May perhaps in April should my law BtU dent obtain law license before Mny I hope every county in tho 8th Congres sional district will have a candidate in tho field and Lincoln three Should I fall in going to Congress this time I shall have the pleasure of running again and shall drop back a round on tho political ladder and run to repro sent the county In 1007 Sometimes a wandering wind shakes down from tho lap of an old oak nn acorn right in front of a blind hog George Carter and I appear to bo the only two men know who are aware that wo are being taxed to death George says with a 130000 capital he docs not snake as much clear profit as he did on 1000 Tho country is 1r08llCrous enough but the people are hungry and their clothes are old and sometimes streaming in ragged tangled cataracts around their an kles The common class of people must have relief- Kings and prlncthey may nourish or they may A breath can make them as a breath hath made Hut a bold icasantry their countrys and When cedestroyed can never bo supplied FONTAINE F HOHIUTT CHURCH MATTERS Rev David H Cooper a wellknown It Methodist preacher is dead nt Nicho lasvllle Eld J Q Montgomery will preach at McCormack church Sunday morning at 11 oclock Tho congregation of the Baptist church at Paris has purchased of L J Frctwcll for 2000 a lot on Main street and will shortly erect a handsome modern church edifice t Andrew W Wright aged 92 is dead nt Parts For 60 years he was a constant attendant at the morning service of the Presbyterian church and it was his boast that In all these years he never missed a service regardless of tho weather The congregation of the Baptist church held a meeting Saturday to dis cuss the advisability of calling n pastor After debating tho matter very fully they decided to postpone making n def inite call until the church could make- a unanimous one The names of soy oral ministers were reported on favor ably but the majority were of the opin ion that it was advisable to tako more I time HnmxUburg Herald HIGHLAND John Held sold n mare to Mart Reid for 00- Uncle John Held has been sick for several days Stanley Brandenburg has moved back to his old home in Leo county An infant of Harry Jones of Somerset was buried nt Mt Moriah burying ground last week The members of the Christian church have erected n wire fence around their t church nnd cemetery James Bastin and family have been visiting his parents here Joe Uaugh t of Somerset was hero Snndn- yOvercrowded It U a pretty dangerous thing to ale low your system to get overcrowded with undigested food poisons bllo poisons bowel poisons Get rid of them by taking Dr Culdwcll8 llnxu time Syrup Pepsin and you will right uwaj feel such a wonderful Change for tho letter that you will tutu that condinever let yourself get Lion again Safe und pleasant relief 1 anti cure for headache constipation biliousness etc Try il Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Huatonvlllo nt roc and 8100 Money buck if It ails Wo permit Gov Thome to go to hops und take n dram whenever ho wants to but we draw the lino at damn lie musnt use that wordngnln If ho does wo will have his church turn him out In tho cold Frankfort Jour naliCORNS CUItED Corn Exit will posi tively remove corns in four days The et treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing If a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny l druggist Stanford Ky LANCASTER Circuit court began yesterday Tho U D C met with Mrs Fannie ThoIAs this is written Mrs Susan Price is critically ill She fa the mother of W C Price und tho grand mother of lion W J Price of Danville Eld F M Tinder of this place de livered a lecture to a mass meeting of the Licking Valley Union of tho Chris tian Endeavor Society at Covington re cently John Francis was shot and killed by another Negro Lear near Hiatttvillc Friday Francis had been riding Lears horse at night and refused to stop when caught by Lear There is a strong probability that tho city council will put the lid on in Lancaster on Sunday closing tho bar ber shops stores in fact all places of business the Sabbcth The postofllco at Point Lcavell which has been in the store at the station has been movedabout three miles from Paint Lick to tho store of Noah Spain bower who has been appointed post masterCircuit court began Monday morning Ills Honor Judge W C nell on the bench The docket is light The case against Will Ward for killing Henry 1attcrson is the most important to come up As soon as tho weather will permit work on the new block will begin with a view to having tho bank building ready for occupancy by Sept let One of the good features of this building will bo the safety vault which will enable the public to enjoy tho security of deposit boxes which has heretofore been tho case only in tho larger cities Miss Nell Johnston has returned from- a visit to London Mrs Mattio Nevius of Stanford has been visiting Mr Joe Nevicus Mrs J C Homphill spent Sunday and Monday with re latives In Lexington Mrs Luther Gibbs has returned from a visit to relatives In Danville John Francis has accepted position with Severance Son Stanford The W C T U is rejoicing over the passage of tho County Unit Bill nnd will likely hold a celebration over the fact that Lancaster will henceforth a dry town Saxton t Trosts band will play for tie Lancaster fair July 18 19 20 Extra musicians will bo added to tho band as the music is to be made a special feature W B Burton shipped some mules and two extra tine horses South n few days since Frank Robinson sold n mule to H G Fox for 155 Geo Sewell sold some hogs at Clc Wm Doolin bought n pair of threeyearold mules for 220 N J Gosneysold n farm in the Camp Dick Robinson section recently owned by McGrath Route to L M Rue of the real estate firm of Rue Currcy Harrod burg NOT A PATENT MEDICINE Hyomel a Scientific Treatment for Catarrh by Breathing Medicated Aliv darer tiinmi Hyomoi has been known its formula has been given to physicians ilruggltts and In fact to all Intelligent people who could appre ciate tho true merit of this combina lion of healing gums oils and bale sams of which It U Composed Many leading physicians endorse Hvomil and proscribe It for untnrrhnl troubles In fact quite n few of then use It themselves 16 break up a coM and prevent pneumonia Thoy toward Itns natural yet otcntlllo way of curing catarrh Breathed through tho pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit Hyoinel destroys all catarrhal germs In the ittrpussagcs of the throat and nose soothes and heals tho IrritnUd mucous membrane und effectually drives from tho system all truces of catarrhal poison No onu should confound Hyoinei with tho patent medicines that are ad vertised us catarrh cure It U us pcrior to them nil us rho diamond is moro valuable than cheap glass The complete Hyomoi outfit consist Ing of a neat pocket Inhaler a medi cine dropper and a bottle of Hyomci costs butfl and vxtru bottles cnn bo obtained for 60 cents making it tho most economical method of curing catarrh as well as tho most reliable Penny hits sold ngrent man Hyomci outllts and has seen such remnrkuble results froiii Its use that ho sells It under an ubsoluto guarantee that it costs nothing unless it euros Tho Crop Estimating Hoard of tho report1ls8ued 158403000 corn 1108000000 oats 379805000 Calvin Davis one of Nashvilles old est wholesale grocery merchants Is dead INEWS NOTES some loss of life was caused by an earthquake In India At Cynthiana 41 shares of stock in the National Bank of Cynthiana sold at Eliza Clay widow of the late Capt James B Clay died at her homo near Lexington Heavy snow storms are reported from Kansas Nebraska Colorado another Western States Special Judge Botts at Cynthiana re fused to allow Curtis Jett to bo taken back to Breathitt for trial At Atlanta MM E M Standlter hot her sister Miss Chappel Whisenant killing her almost instantly Curtis Jetts trial for killing James Cockrell at Jackson will bo held at Cynthiana begining June 4 A dispatch from Manila states that 600 Moros were recently killed In a battlo with Uncle Sams troops At Millen Ga John Burke and Ed Aycock fell and out over a mule trade and both wore killed in the duel that followedL editor of tho Peoples Demands of Colfax La was shot to death by A M Goodwin editor of the Colfax Chronicle- It is believed there will be 20000000 bushels of grain or 100 cargoes in store at the head of the Great Lakes at tho opening of navigation Temperance people expect to add 25 to the present list of 64 dry coun ties through enforcement of the Red wine County Unit law Fifteen indictments against officers of the Mutual Reserve Life Insurance Company were handed down by tho grand jury in New York Clean athletics will be the slogan at Kentucky State College this year and no professionals will be allowed to compete in the college colors Two people were killed and 15 In jured one of whom will die as the re suit of a wreck on the Baltimore and Ohio road near Hloomdalc Q There is another crisis in the affairs of John Alexander Dowies Zion City Many of the residents of the place are said to bo In a starving condition Tho jury in the Dr Matthews wife murder case at Greensboro N C re turned a verdict of murder in the second degree and a sentence of 20 years An effort is being made to revive the old Satellites of Mercury for tho pageant Old Knintuck to bo given in Louisville during Homecoming Week J Pierpont Morgan has bought for 50000 of the late Lord Roscbery long prime minister of England his collec tion of manuscripts of the poet Robert BurnsDelinquent taxpayers in Louisville will have to pay a penalty of 1 percent a month on nil taxes unpaid after 1C months from tho date they arc due originallySuit been filed by the New Louis ville Jockey Club to prevent annexation of the track prorperty by the town of Oak dale It is alleged that the ordi nance making the annexation is invalid Judge Henry S Barker in nn opinion handed down in the Court of Appeals in a libel suit pays n high tribute to tho press which ho says does more for good order than all the paid constabu laryLabor unions in Chicago declare cemeteries have a trust which requires exorbitant charges for graves nnd they have sot on foot a plan to mako a graveyard for use of organiza tionsWilliam Curran one of the most wide lyknown business men of Lexington and an elder in tho Second Presbyterian church was found guilty of embezzlement nnd his punishment fixed nt ono year in the penitentiary- No I was never kissed by a man in my life and I never kissed n man not oven my husband said Mrs Elvira Liebe during the trial of her husbands suit for divorce before Vico Chancellor Emery in Newark N J At Dayton 0 tho jury in tho case of Dr Oliver C Hnugh accused of the murder of his father mother and broth er and the destruction of their home by lira to conceal the crime found him guilty of murder in the first degree An important raid was made by Dis trict Attorney Jeromes men in the Negro district of New Yorks tenderloin in an effort to break up u syndicate of resorts where white women are be ing detained Similar raids it is said are to follow Orders Disobeyed The orders of General Health have been disobeyed when you feral under the weather weak tired Irritable and suiter from headache constipation biliousness etc Tho only sure safe and permanent cure for this condition SyrupIown superior to that of pills pow des and carthurtlo waters Try it Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvllle at 60o and 8100 Money back if It falls Y HUSTONVILLE D M Lipps in keeping on hand an excellent line of shingles Mr Evan Lyon has been confined his bed for a week with a severe at tack of flux Dr Hawkins Bishop and wife of Burnside are spending a few days with the homefolks Joe Jordan bought a splendid four yearold gelding from Hugh Thompson Saturday for 200 Nathan Hicks has sold his farm near Olympian Springs to J Q Adams of Middleburg It contains 84 acres Wesley Southerland and Miss Alice lice Blackburn both of South Fork were married Thursday by Rev G W MillsJason Taylor and wife have returned from Mexico fully decided that their Old Kentucky Home is good enough for them EverYmember of tho Commercial Club is requested to attend the meeting Tnursday night 16that the opera house at 730 Miss Maud Williams has gone to Ok lana Miss to accept a lucrative post Lion In tho millinery department of the large store of M Short Co Miss Edna Lipps has accepted the po sition of teacher for district No 43 Mercer county which was recently ten dered her for tho coming season D S Carpenter loaned a friend a valuable veterinarian book which he now needs badly and hopes that this will remind him to return it at once A silver back tortoise shell comb was taken from the gents dressing room in Afcorns Opera Houso the night of tho hop The party having it will save ma terially by mailing it to the postmaster here at once- Sanford Robinson unique enter tainers will hold the boards at Alcorns Opera House Thursday Friday and Saturday nights March 15 16 and 17 This Is a good company und the prices aro 10 20 and 3OcIUsual services at the Hustonville Presbyterian church the third Sunday morning and evening Morning sub ject The Lions Roar Evening sub ject Son Remember A cordial In vitation extended to all Dr Alcorn and Mr Arch McKInney are expected home this week from the South stopping en route for a day or two at LOOkout Mountain to view the beautiful landscape of Moccasin Bend from the towering heights Every rain is rapidly carrying the metal from the pikes for want of ditch jag along the hills in the West End A dollar spent in ditching some places will require 10 worth of metal to replace what has been washedoff Thomas Peacock sold to his partner C Rud McCormack his interest in the firm und later Mr McCormack sold tho entire stock to Emmett McCormack arid his son Milton whd will recuperate the stock and continue the business at the same stand D S Carpenter and William McKin ncy bought of Granvillo and C P Cecil the beautiful and high bred three yearold stallion Col Bird No 405C6 by Cecilian Chief and dam a Gambctta Wilkes mare The price paid is pri vote Lookout for the West End Miss Clara Cooper came over from Danville to spend Sunday with rela tives here Miss Edna Camnitz is at homo from Louisville where sho spent the winter John Morris the widely known breeder of thoroughbred horses is spending this week with T L Car penter Claud L Pruitt and wife visited rela tives here Dr Barker has been attending tho bedside of his father who lives upon and owns the historic farm on which the Gen 7x llicotrer fortifications near Mill Springs werelbuilt The doctor reports his condition much im provedAfter diligent inquiry there has not as yet been found a man in our city or vicinity who is opposed to the electric road coming through our city en route to Liberty front Stanford although statemennts to the contrary have been made Our people are not so far behind in this age of progress as not to quickly grasp the great advantages oft competing line of road for wo are paying now moro than 15000 annually for shipments to say nothing of passenger travel and express business In addition t8thc saving of fully 25 percent on every head of stock shipped tho enhanced value of every acre 6f land along the road will bo another 20 to 25 per cent quietly dropped into the hands of the fortunate owners Many other advantages and benefits will be giyen in detail later It will not cost you u cent to try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and they nro excellent for stomach troubles und constipation Set a free samplo at Dr W N Craigs the popular druggist it Stanford Ky The New York New Haven and Hartford railroad has announced that it will voluntarily reduce its passenger rates during the spring and summer dt r Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac cordeons Concerlinas Harps Har mbnophones 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 Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky r5 47 94I32 26iw 20h J bee 41 43S Try our New Poultry and Farm Fence W H HIGG1NS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY IN The Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky err Only Daily mind Weekly Published nt tho Capitol and the onloue that ever took the Associated Press Reports has recently been enlarged and greatly improved It makes n specialty of LOCAL NEWS including that of the Court of Appeals State Fiscal Court The Federal Court It is es pecially valuable to Lawyers Subscription yearly SI Send remittance to W P WALTON PROR Frankfort Kentucky ee tosa e earls san a s II HOMEYou are now planning BUILDERSyour house to build this season II Dont forget these facts about Tin Hoofing FIRE I FIRE FIRE I you know tho feeling these words give u IDo If you Image a tin root there will be 50 per propertIof lire nt your house When you think it will last it is the cheapest and best Ollt to consult IMP null get prices before you on IYS H ALDRIDGE I I Depot Street Stanford Ky I aease ei We are showing some choice patterns in 1 Torschon French and German Val Laces Cambric Nanisook and Swiss Embroideries White Goods of all kinds from 5c to 50c per yard A cordial invitation is extended to the ladiesxW E Perkins r Crab Orchard Kentucky t r P The Interior Journal E C WALTON TilE HarrodsburR herald is informed that Judge M C Saufley of this place vill announce for Congress at the prop er time We asked the judge about it and his reply was It is news to me Judge Saulloy could win the nomination easily we confidently believe and would make just the kind of a Congressman we need but it would be a sacrifice for him to leave his splendid law practice to again enter politics and we are absolutely certain that he will not do it However f he could be induced to enter the race the dozen or so gentlemen mentioned for Congres sional honors would simmer down to one or two and probably none for they all know what a proposition they would go up against on the stump and else where Judge Saufley is a most magnetic speaker and his ability is recognized wherever he is known What a magnificent Congressman he would o make I Lincoln county would like to have the honor of sending just such a gentleman to represent this grand old s district at Washington TilE County Unit bill amended by the House so as to include the first four classes of cities passed that body after some debate and was immediately sent to the Senate which concurred in the amendment and the bill is now up to the governor who will of course affix his signature The measure is not all the socalled temperance people wanted but they are pretty well satin fied More than likely d vote will betaken in this county ere many moons wax and wane and if the drys get a ma jority of the votes the saloons will be closed at the expiration of their licens es In short the management of the whisky business in the several towns of our county will betaken out o the hands of the councilmen or trustees of those towns and the country people will have as much say in city affairs as far as the sale of red liquor is concern ed as those who are taxed to defray the expenses of the towns i W L DOUGLAS the great shoe mat ufacturer who is a firm believer in ad vertising says that his election as Gov ernor of Massachusetts was due in a large part to a judicious outlay for printers ink Profiting by the exper fence James M Smith of Smithsonia Gawho is announced as the farmers and business mens candidate for the governorship will advertise himself lavishly It is said that he has contract ed through a leading agency in Atlanta for five inches of space in 100 Georgia weekly papers for 26 weeks The ads are to be next to reading matter and Mr Smith intends to reach as many voters as possible It is understood that Sam W Small will write the copy which is to be used in these Georgia weeklies and some racy reading may SHAW differs with his predecessors of the treasury department who recommended that banks be prohibited from paying interest on deposits the ground taken that this interest draws money to the great financial centers and promotes specula tion and when withdrawn for use at home creates a monetary stringency t Secretary Shaw regards with favor a proposition to exact interest from national depositories upon public de posits and Congressman Fowler has introduced a bill to waive the present requirement of security and to sub stitute the requirement of two per cent interest SPACE is too valuable just now to do vote much of it to the nincompoops of the Danville News who are not only the worst notoriety seekers in the bus iness but are recognized as the cheap est imitators of yellow journalism of the State press In fact their article on us is so puerile and nonsensical that it is deserving not even of a passing notice inn model family paper such as we claim the I J to be However when our advertisers let up some and news is yry scarce we may give the little t vsa spanking but right now we mus excused from further no tice of the untamed irresponsible IT was claimed that the automobiles would impair the popularity of horse racing but they have not Last year the various racing associations paid out close to 5600000 in purses although many of the tracks were closed Thir tysix regular associations and jockey clubs had meetings at which there were 889j races Six furlongs was the fa vorite distance closely followed by one mile and there were 337 steeple chases THE bill to put Casey county in this district met defeat in the house 47 to 33 and it will remain in the bloody j eleventh Senator Hubble and Rep resentative Alverson worked hard to make the change but went down in defeat I MAYOR HELBunN is determined to make Middlesboro the most lawabiding town in the State says a dispatch from that place My but what a job I he has before him J JL POLITICAL The Legislature will be a thing of the past after today The House at Washington pnesed the Indian Appropriation bill carrying 7 785628 Robert L Gregory was nominated for mayor of Kansas City in a democratic primary J Tevis Wilkinson of Lexington will soon announce for mayor Ho waS sheriff ot Fayette Democrats hope to elect the Legisla ture in West Virginia and to occur more Congressmen The Racing Commission Bill without amendments passed the Kentucky House by unanimous vote It is announced that the President has decided to appoint Wilfred B Hog gatt to be Governor of Alaska Senators George and Charlton clash ed in the Kentucky Senate during a mis understanding and recriminations were mutualThe conference report on the Jamestown Exposition was agreed to in both houses of the Virginia General Assem bly This assures the appropriation- The House at Washington passed 408 private pension bills and devoted sometime to considering a bill providing for a uniform system of naturalization Under the act just passed by the Lower House of the General Assembly Louisville savings banks and trust com panics will do a general banking busi nessT P Shonts chairman of the Isth mian Canal Commission said in Chicago that he had no intention of resigning the presidency of the Clover Leaf rail roadThe Kentucky House defeated the bill to take Ohio county from the Fourth to the Second district Butler from the Second to the Fourth and Adair from the 11th to the Third An editorial in the Cincinnati Times Star attacking the Ohio republican machine is regarded by politicians in that State as foreshadowing Secretary Tafts presidential candidacy Should the measure permitting trust companies to do a general banking business in Louisville pass the General Assembly several banking corporations will introduce trust departments- A verdict of acquittal was rendered in the case of former State Senator George E Green on trial in Washington for the past two weeks on the charge of conspiring to defraud the scenes in the Kentucky Senate preceded the final passage of the Local Option bill amended to exempt down to fourthclass cities Pres- Ident Thorne swore and Senator George shook his fist in the lieutenant govern ors face Certain Republicans of Kentucky s reliably stated have practically agreed upon Judge A R Bumam of Richmond for the Republican nomina tion for Governor of Kentucky in 1907 Republican leaders believe he can bring together the two factions in the partyThe national Senate passed a bill for the admission of a new State to be called Oklahoma and to be composed of Oklahoma and Indian Territories It was the House Joint Statehood Bill with the provision for the admission of Arizona and New Mexico as one State stricken out The Kentucky House passed the Senate bill increasing the salaries of the State Railroad Commissioners to 3000 and the chairmans salary to 3600 It also passed the Senate bill permitting the pooling of crops designed to aid the growers of dark tobacco in their fight on the trusts News comes via Washington that the lion David Highball Smith member of the Committee on Ventilation and Acoutics is being deluged with letters begging him to announce for Governor of Kentucky It is singular how anxious if it be true some people are to get others in trouble Frankfort Journal The statehood situation has again been shifted to the House side of the National Capitol and while there is a general understanding that nothing is to be done with the bill until the return from the South of the members of the Rivers and Harbors Committee it is possible that action may not be delayed on that account Gov Bcckham appointed as members of the Kentucky Board of Control just created by the Legislature to take charge of all charitable asylums of the State the following Percy Haly now Adjutant General for four years Judge Milton Board of Hopkinsville for three years and Judge D B Reline of Jackson for two years filleted With Rheumatism- I wits and am yet alllictcd with rheumatism says Mr J C Bayno editor of the Herald Addlngton In dian Territory but thanks to Oham berlains Pain Balm am able onco more to attend to business It is the best of liniments If troubled with rheumatism give Pain Balm a trial and you are certain to bo more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords One application relieves the pain For sale by Dr W Jf Craig the popular druggist at Stanford Ky The aged mother of Assessor Fred Harris of Boyle is dead uu IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Lula Hood aged 85 is dead at Hcndron aged 7G is dead at NicholasvilleThe Jias practically completed its 1000000 shops at Corbin James Hanks of Rockcastle was killed in n coal mine at Norton Va Thos Turner Jr and Elmer White of Russell Springs Russell county a- in jail at Louisville charged with sell ing whisky- J T Coyle Jr was arrested at Be tea charged with running a blind tiger and tried He was held over toy the Federal jury Dan Bruncr of High Bridge while crossing a railroad track was knocked about 40 feet by a passing train His condition is serious Mrs Emma Isley of Kansas and Attorney Cashof Corbin are under arrest at Marysville Tenn on the charge of kidnaping a sixyearold boy- D J Bethurum of Mt Vernon and ExCommonwealth Attorney J N Sharp of Williamsburg will form n law partnership with headquarters at SomersetThe INTERIOR OURNAL was 34 years old Friday and is recognized as Longlivemine Journal Four prisoners broke at Harrods burg Saturday night by crawling from a through a sewer pipe to the corridor and then prying tho bars of window and swinging to ground Constable Montgomery arrested Bright Carpenter at Parksvillc charged shooting with intent to kill Bailey Briscoe who he claimed Carpenterfireddered when the officer sent a bullet at himThe Pulaski circuit court will con vene on the 19th with a docket of neatly 1000 cases The criminal docket will have to take precedence and it is large embracing several murder cases The election contest case between Bor den and Langdon for the county clerk ship will come up early in the term and preliminaryMrs Alice Newland of Crab Orchard has resigned her position at that place and has moved to to house for her son Joe Newland She has been agent for the L N at Crab Orchard for and has resigned on manryears lth Wo welcome Mrs Newland among us They the BastinCrccch residence East Bernstadt cor London Local Bankrupt Sale An trusts of tho bankrupt vitute of Goo U I1 I will on HATOKDAV MA11CII 17 IWJ nt the JnckMin ulvfns fnrin near Hhelby Its Ky st11 to the highest MUdcr ton loses S 0 aliockx of fodder sbrvddvr two lacy nuke thirty Imles of hoy ono hay prom i four two hore WHIOIHJ ono elf hlnder one mowing machine wheel drill corn planter Iron roller plow harness nml farming Implement ono twolwliprMtJ I UnM simply traction one J I Cao llUnltor complete one No I steel nagger one drlv rig ItIt one 12lxirrcl mounted steel tans n ml pumps This niroshliijt outfit Is Hourly now anti lit tlritClis condition I willed the Mime Unit sellout residence houso mid lot In HhoIliyOlty and about ninety iicrea of funning hand near Hholby City TKKMM or MALBrMomsofS mh in hand over trig 8um for lrAolIIll iroperty one credit of sixty dnys with In lorontfroni dntv Tim real eatutu old for onotlilrtl cash till Imlnnee oa 1It mouths time with Interest from date Any and nil mtehuere given the right to luny cash heydeiru Ailuotefor purchase money to uvmndo negotiable and payable nt Lin oln County Ky and bywrsonuiMcurltyUrn Trustee KyTOnnvllteKy oqoro VJ Po H WHITES rE Mq PURITY GUARANTEED A peculiar property that distin guishes Whites Concentrated from all other mineral waters is its certain and positive action upon the liver and kid neys the two joint organs through whose means the whole system is kept in a healthy condition This water is a certain cure for Dyspepsia Constipa tion Headache and all diseases caused by a Torpid Liver Head what the late Dr Luke P Blackburn whose reputation as a physician and philanthropist Is world wide said in regard to this water In tardy motives and constipation of tho bowels It excels all other remedies known to tho profession Crab Orchard Con diRea8Ies any ever To Whom It May Concern I have used Crab Orchard Concentrated Wait and Salts In my practice for 40 years and I consider them tho llnest remedies on tho market aa a laxative and purgative and when taken in bro ken doses a 00l1 alterative for Indi gestion Dyspejisla and Constipation It Is an excellent remedy W M DOOKES M D Crab Orchard Ky There Is no Grub Orchard Snits nor Crab Orchard Concentrated Water except that made at Crab Orchard Ky All others are counterfeit Ue Euro you can for Whites Diamond Brand Our goods all bear tho above trade mark Accept no other Our goods are guaranteed pure and unadulterated For sale by all druggists I T NEW SHOESO- ur Spring StooK Is pow in and wo ar ready to show you n Mrirnlll Assortment of the Two Great Lines TUB WALKOVKUV and a II If there aro two better shoes on tho market today for men I Icent They them are UpTo iato In Style and their wearing qualities am as fillIHost Quality of material can make In tho now lasts anal till Price from WW to 500 I 1STANL 1IARKERS AnShMlosae witsNerhair to IU Youthful =Jutw r di w YMndImu Dn EGGS EGGS EGGS alllIOIt1 11lIIollth Rock Mltver Lace end lIIlIck lIIIllbIIlIt It setlug tll Egg delherrtl rnl OrcharddThn Hlnllfon- l111IlIlter or Grub Interest d are Invited to visit ent end MO Ihvek ilr W hltktolr View Poultry Karm A S PRICEISurgeon DontlstI STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over Mclloberte Drug Store in the Owsley Building For Sale Privately M bOUIO aud 10 norm ot land situated lout outside ot town limits on the Somerset pike House has room kitchen sad ser cants room good cellar stable abd all necessary outbuilding Water hydrant lathe vardand one for tock J P 11AILKV Old Crab Orchard Distillery Whisky Direct from Ptstlllerr Any iiUnllly Dot tie Jug or lUrrel ti 8540 U II Orders by mall promptly shipped OLD CRAB OKQHAUn DIBTILLKUY CO Opposite Depot Crab Orchard K- yINSURANCE FIr 1Ihtlllll and Accident None hilt the HTIt0110lHT and DEMr hlI Uelunhl lawetinst- ible lttttelnnrunterd 1 1uytngltea ordUiicquiilleU Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 JaW ACEY Proprlotor UI VERY fiND fEEDSTfBbE- Stanford Kv All ltlg New Dod Neat Special atten eon to traveling moo A shire your utronage is J n Iioooue old stand on Del t St Phone No 08 Waymsburg Marble and Gran ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Iknler In nml Mnnufactuivf of Granite Monuments Marble letters n Hiwcliilty Ofllro and work- sVuyneburgKy It lndgo- ttAgtINSURANCE Your house maynever burn You ire sure to die See nnd talk with R JL Nowluud who will show you tho policy best adapted to your ago and circumstances Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid annually or defer red K M NEWLANO Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1848 y Pennys Pennys Pennys When tho wind gets right then to IcnnyV fur everything in r FISHING TACKLK Minnow Seines Iftok Minnow Iliickolc Lines Uccle Sinkers vole Cork Stringers Spoon Hooke Etc TilE SEASONS k UIIPJJY NOW II E It E I PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky JUST REGEIVED e Large Shipment of Ranges Call and See Them j GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford Kentucky Morris Perkins General Insurance and RealIEstate Agents Grab Orchard Ky Wiiirt priparrd to wrltv Iii iirnnci Life Accident Fire or Tornado A hollcltthu iHislncM of the citizens of slut least Km Noun but the last coinpnn los ruprebcnt d Office with Crab Orchard Banking Co Hnvu n tnllc with n Iwfnro nlnulng your In mirnnuo of riimwlnu old policing List your property with us and wtv toll It for you charging you only n mimll Iwr con t POSTED strictlyforbidpassing on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent or the law Mrs Kato Ador Itclchenbcch Droi VunOruonlganFredAlfred Simpson Holmes Miss lluttlo II Rowe Itolclienbach OtiurlHS OummlDS Jos Iliillnu A 0 Dunn 8 M Holmes DaURhertvMIeter W Tarter J Nevln Garter qThnmaOamenlscbBam UordlerMrsLlndsurJacobDavid Stephens Mary Hoffmann BsuRhmnnlJacob Jesaweln Sam Damerouof ti v t =200 There are n 82 worth of real goodness in tlio Shoes wo sell for 821Iii jioint of style theyarc the cqunlof many 82f 0 elindj 300 When y6u put SHOO into n Xciglerx Shoe you i 350 comfort get jut that amount of satisfactory service afd r For 8360we givo you all that is desirable in U Turn or Welt Sole Patent or Kid Hutton or I Lace It would ho hard to get a better shoe 1fRUSSIAN removes four days lOc Pennys Drug Store A PERSONALS S JOHN CoMJBR of Rowland Is down with pneumonia J Mil S Eo OwstFY of Hazel Patel was hero Friday Mn AND MRS J T DUDDKRAK have a now boy at their home MAYOR A H FLORENCE Is up frog It the oil fieliU of Wayne county MR D M IliBUS of Madison attended court here yesterday Miss MAGGiE SACRAY of Danville h was with her slater hero Sunday MR A A HICSCINS of Ix uhvlllo Sunduy with the homcfolks here AND MRS J B DKATHKRAOE of 11litent on aro with Mr and Mrs V K MR JAMES MCKKCIINIB was In lour Uwlllo this week to dlspoao of his to baccoA WARREN U assisting In the ston of Peyton Miller Mlddlcsbor WILL SEVEiuNfcn Is In New York City buying goods for Sevoranci Son t MR SAM C HARDJN of london wa with hero with his father and brother Friday THE Current Events Club will mec with Mrs J Iaxton Thursday after noon at 230 MRS G A PREWITT of Liberty Is visiting Dr I S Uurdctt aad family at Crab Orchard MliS W U Hiu and mother Mrs Jones of tho West End were guests at Col T P Hills MR A P HARNETT has gone to Pinovillo to take a position with the Coleman Coal Co MR ERNEST WARREN and wife of l Mlddlesboro were guests of Eld Jos Ballou and family MESSRS HENRV THOMAS J W nnd George Murphy of Liberty were here at court yesterday MRS G B LAWRENCE of Mt Vcr non was the guest of Mrs Mattio Kir V by and Miss Nancy VanDeveer V Mn HEATH WILLIS who has been af work at Enslcy Ala returned to his home at Crab Orchard Saturday MRS J M WELLS and son of Car lisle spent several days with her fath er Mr W A Fowls at Rowland Miss MARY HIOOINB who Is attend i Ing Sayre Institute I xInRton spent several days with her parents here MR WILL HARDIN of Memphis- was hero to see his father the aged Mr M D Hanlin who has been very ill Tim LADIES Am SOCIETY of tin Christian church will meet with Mrs C E Tate at 2 oclock Saturday after noon ti MR MANNIE DILION and sister Susie of Crab Orchard were guesU of their brother Mr Andrew Dillon Llbortj Nown MRS BELL wife of Judge W C Bell has been very III at the St Asaph Hotel We lire glad to state that she is Improving Miss ELLA DUNN of Boyle was the guest of Miss Myrtle OBannon She and Miss OUannon went up to Hrod I head Saturday to visit relatives MRS CAtiEL U OWENS received Tuesday afternoon from 3 to in honor of Mrs Bledsoo of Petersburg Tcnn and Mrs Fiztgerald of Chattanooga Somerset Journal TUB I J is ever a welcome visitor and we can not afford to bo without It writes Mr II Logan Lewis of Kansas enclosing money for 4Buffalo year or BO MESSRS M B EUBANKS B WGiv l ens L G Rubble and Logan Hubble of Lincoln county wero tho guests of Senator It L Rubble yesterday Frankfort Journal MR E F BAILEY of the East End was on Saturdays train bound for Lo Roy on a business trip On his return ho and Mr Wade Hampton will open a store at Maywood Miss VIRGINIA PICKETT is very ill and has been compelled to temporarily give her position as teacher of tho Fifth Grade In the School Mrs W Warner who Is said to bo a line tt teacher was chosen in her place W D JONES and daughter Miss Hattie who have been in tho goods business hero so long and who made many lasting friends throughout the county havo gone to Denver Col to make their futuro homeLondon Local f that Dr W S Bcazlcy formerly of Lancaster Is very ill MR W H MUELLER and daughter Miss Lillian will leave for Chicagc this afternoon to be gone untH Sunday Misses Mary Bruce and Etta Mueller will run his store In their absence Miss MILnRED PARROTT who has been working In the telephone ox change here returned to her homo nt Lebanon yesterday We understand that she Is to bo married In a few weeks to Mr John Elder of Texas u LOCALS THY the Acme Stock and Poultrj Food For sale by T D Newland FOR SALE OR RENTDr J K Van A rsdalos residence Possession give at once Apply to L R Hughes Star ford Ky- Coon safe driving horseand good worker for sale Also 27 cedar posts suitable for building barns Dr W F Hicklc Rubble IF the youareburning is not satisfactory buy a tow bushels or Pleasant View Blue Gem you will like it J IL Baughman Co- If D PHILLIPS and Will Stone have contracted to build a 15room hotel for David Downs at CorbIn It will be an upto date two story structure llunrMr Joe H Rout was strut by a train and badly hurt at Lebanon Junction lie had one of his ankle broken and tho other badly sprained LADIES desiring stamping shout come and see my new patterns Flosses of all kinds at my home at the I M Bruce property Mrs C Leslie Carter MR W M DUDDERAR has Invented a hemp break which will be tested on the farm of Mr A R Nunnelley Ulls week Leo H Stono made the machine which many think will prove II good thing IT turns out that Fireman Collin Moore reported as killed by a fall from his engine near Ludlow is not dead but In a fair way to recovery Ho sustains three broken ribs and was otherwis hurt by the foil The train was cross- Ing a trestle and Mr Moore fell65 feet It was almost a miracle that ho was not instantly killed JUDOE WARREN received a telephOne message that a German named Hirsch berger living just beyond Crab Orch ant had smallpox He notified Hcaltl Officer Dr Steele Bailey who went ti the scene Sunday morning but Hirsch berger had skipped out It is to be hoped that he will remain away until he Is cured of the loathsome disease if he has it- Gutu I LACKEY seven months old son of Mr and Mr J Carroll Bailey died at 7 oclock Sunday evening The lit tie follow had never enjoyed good health anti fears have been entertained for some time that ho would never borais ed This bound tho parents and fam fly even closer to little Gabo and they aro in deep sorrow now that he Is no more May tho giver of all good and perfect gifts be with them and sustain them In their dark hour After the reading of a few passnges of scripture by Rev L M Omcr and a song at the homo tho tiny casket containing its precious contents was taken to Buffalo cemetery and gently deposited In moth er earth NEW COMPANY At a meeting held hero Saturday a syndicate to be known as The Interstate Traction Co was or ganized with W G Schambcrger orI Gallatin Tenn president J Boyle Stone of Liberty 1st vice president James P Bailey Stanford 2nd vice president DryJ F Peyton Stanford treasurer James L White Stanford general manager P W Whipp Liber ty assistant general manager The immediate purpose of the company Is to construct a railway line connecting Stanford and Liberty and the route over which it proposes to build is believed very practicable as it is but 24 miles In length and would not require many falls and cuts Capt Spradhn a wellknown civil engineer of Gallatin Tcnn with a corps of assistants will begin tho survey Thursday and com Mete It at the earliest possible moment Tho capital stock of this company Is 130000 and it will probably be Increas ed to 500000 in a few months SHOE TALK That is nil talk would not amount to much but we nro rendy to buck tip any statement we make about the Shoes wo sell It is u fnct that Zeiglers Fine Shoes for ladies embrace moro good qualities titan any shoe made There are show that look us well n Zciglcrs but dont wear as well anti there arc shoes that wear as well but dont look as well fteiglcrs do both they are made of honest leather by honest workmenthey good titters arc comfortable and etylish andnro sold in Stanford by gentle Call or write this office ALL plants lettuce radishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard BRING presatttions Dr W N Craig for low prices and best ser viceJust in ofcannel whit fam selling at 16Jc per bushel W S WIgham Morcland MARSHAL J G RIDDLE has opened a butcher shop at Crab Orchard W D Ramsey is cutting for him RENT The storeroom on Lan IFolt street just vacated by Garland Apply at this office TilE U S Supreme Court decided it has no jurisdiction In tho Powers case and remanded it to the Kentucky courts for further trial He will in alt prob ability be tried at Georgetown Fun Iti TIiouwith cistern at door and all necessary outbuildings Also store well located with a never falling well close by large garden good horse and cow pasture J mile from church and school Mrs W P Brad shaw Turnersvillo Ky W P BRADSHAW general manager of the Kentucky Retail Merchants As orJanlizntlonorganization is to preventbad creditors from imposing on merchants and every member of the association notifies the local office of any bad creditor he has on his books and the local office noti fies every merchant who is a member of the association and the bad creditor gets no more credit until ho pays up his bill Mr Bradshaw whose home Is in the Turnersville section has located the head office at Lexington with Hobbs Farmer attorneys as general managers CIRCUIT COURT The case of Logan Guest administrator of his son who was killed by an L N handcar in Whitley county was continued after a jury was secured on account of absent witnesses for the plaintiff The suit is for 15000 John B Coffcy of Colum bia got a verdict of 25 and costs against John B Rout of tho West End The trouble grew out of a horse trade in which Mr Coffcy claimed that Mr Rout sold him a horse with badeyes for what horsemen term a sound price S W Moss sued the Home Insurance Co represented by Jesso D Wearen for insurance on his barn but the jury found for the plaintiff It seems that Mr Moss puta stove in his barn In which tobacco was being strip ped when there was an agreement that there should be no fire In it This wound up the business for the Febru ary term of court and after Judge Bell complimented the jurors and officers for their good work a final adjournment was made WHAT TilE SINGIN SKULE is Already Interest has so begun to mani rest Itself in regard to the Singin Skule Beginmcnt which the ladies of the Presbyterian church are going to present at Waltons Opera House Stanford Tuesday night March 20th that the many queries in regard to what U Is must be answered The Singin Skulo Beginmcnt is a burlesque on the oldfashioned country Singin Skule brought up to date It represents the closing exercises pf Mistus Jeremfro Robkins Singin Klass Miss John from Cincinnati the director takes the part of Mistus Rob kins and local talent will represent the part 6f Joremlro Robkins and tho skolars It contains a lot of bright pretty catchy songs drills and marches and some fine spirited chorouscsbut it is not all singing but interspersed betwixt and between chnmcItereatures of which will be tho costumes some very pretty others ludicrous beyond description colors hues and shades jumbled into every conceivable form from the present decade back into the dark ages and beyond It is im possible to describe the Singin Skulo but it is said to contain more things to make people laugh that it would be thought could be crowded into one evenings entertain getverything 0 at Jumbo shingles and locust posts at the lowest market price A JOLLY TRAMP a splendid rural comedy has been booked to appear at Waltons Opera House March 28 Tilt advertisement of D S Carpen ters two fine stallions Dignity Dare and Col Bird will appear next Issue They area guest pair FOR Deering machinery such as binders mowers hay rakes rollers manure spreaders gasoline engines etc etc see J L Beazley TUB grand jury declared the court house unsafe Looks like the old build ing must go A vote will likely be tak en on the question in November A GOOD crowd attended court yes terday Business was fairly good but the cattle trade was dull good horses and mules were in active demand FOR SALE llouschold and kitchen furniture of all kinds for cash Several nice Iron beds Bargains bargains Mrs Patsy Brown Logan Ave Stan ford Ky rue Christian Endeavor Society of the Presbyterian church will give a Social in the basement of the church Thursday evening next 15th Every body invited Admission free IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concen trated Crab Orchard Water It will do the work For sale by W B McRob erts G L Penny W N Craig Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvillc REMEMRER the Mutual Life Insur ance Company is the oldest and strong est In the world Sixtyfour years of unexcelled promptness in tho settlement of all claims should entitle us to your most profound consideration Before insuring talk with R M Newland Agent Stanford IN the courtyesterday tho will of George II Patten was probated His property is left to Mr and Mrs James McCarley R C Durham was appointed administrator of Duff Green An order was entered directing that the sense of the people of Crab Orchard ba taken on a graded school in an elec tion to bo held April 28 This and some routine work was the extent of the business done Charles Cox and bliss Maggie Belle Stephens will be married at David Ste phens tomorrow FOR RENT lions mill lot In lluntonvllle Orniled School district Good Improvements niul good location It or sires ol crtixn also lor rent If wanted K I Carpenter More luml K- yTrees u Plants Vines of limi the I1MTK titAM-MRIl1MiitliMot LextliKton Ky otTiT u lull tock of Vmlt und OrllllllltlItrl Trees Kver KtwinHlirulu HtnnvUrrloj Crnx Viiu iHiniill Fruits ItlmlKirl Animrnuus etc Ito 1111110 no twill mniwlwrry mid lull rat OntnloijUf on iiiiiillciitUiii to- if K IHIUMIYKU t MONK HAVE YOUIl colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orchard Ky tho well known cas Irator of horses + uu1 hose duetor- Phono in Residence FORSALEI Fiirmof Mincri Rood bide gross mid to lxiccn lid IinM acres of hump on It thll yeiir tin Im la net In IIruu Knrm one mllo from Ituatonvllle Iniulndjolnt pike house of roosts kitchen pick torch mid cUtern liiitr kitchen HHUIIIW burn Sxaiffet For terms apply to J II MclIAIlllUK lliutonvlllu Ky 4TAKE NOTICE LtxcY prucuiT COIIIIT To the Honorable VO Hell Judge Unions Circuit Court We the iraiiil Jury In sessional tho ulnr Ivliruarv Term ot tint Lincoln Circuit Court beg Iviire to titlmltt the following report have this dny rondo n careful exnml nation of our Court House anti wo lire of the opinion that Mneoln county Ix badly In neetl of a new Court House Our misonn for innklni tliU recommendation ore too numerous to mention but tvi do most redact urIIlMII recommend that the Itllekl1IIKI1Iway ciiuiv Htniiford In sold county n Court House that will not only 1110 honor to tint grand old County of Lincoln ai well in one that will mm lurI keep all records and keptIluKlgmdtUU March B1UW ile pectfullyuilimltUd G W IKAcir Foreman A copy Attest J K HOLDAM tlerk lit K D IKHNINOTON O r New Spring Shoes 3The Spring of IflOO styles nro now in and ready for your inspection 1 Come in and let us fit a pair on you and you will say what others have said Xeiglers Shoes ore no er periment hut get better each season Clearance sale I OF Winter Suits Andr4 Overcoats From now until March 20th we of- i S fervour entire stockof Winter Suits i i and Overcoats at wholesale cost J iNothing reserved Now is y opt F portunity DontDe- layCUMMINS McCLARY t s4vNN1NN1NtiNti ti1tiSANN N Mitfi4 F1 +hhH1I + HHH4 till It11111111 ts 1111 EOLIENNE c I i s ithemost popular shades at SOc per yard See them I iandGilt Belts at 25c and 50c I t Eggstaken at highest market price in exchange for goodstl LM HUBY CO1 i Dry Goods Notions Five and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY + tlllltt ++ 1 tlltlltltIJIIIJltll i I r The Interior JournalLM- ieredinShePoatI Ofreat Stanford cu tteonddau matter- 7UDLTURD TUEHUAVS AND TItIDAY AT J0O PER YEAR CASH tt1When not so paid liOO will be charge Jesse W Sweeney PBOPBIKTOR tam FH and lli Stril Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for UpI date rigs at reasonable rates New Hustonville Firm Havine bought of McOormnck k IVncoc their Groceries HnrUwnreutc we solicit of tile west Kml plo jaUrKtatbuy good butcher ItulT ImvltiR n splendid niont cutter wo i tnnjfurnlsh yon We also buy country produce BIHII01 A MPPfe Hustonvllle Ky BD CARTER Successor to Bruce A Carter i Livery feed and Sale Stable r Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pena In Connection NEW LIVERY STABLEx lUlU ft CLABKSOU Prcri JUNCTION CITY KY o FirstOlaas Turnout at Baaionabla Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Bale A Special Bargain Ono hundred and II XI acft farm uoou miles Nortwcit of Htnnord loud two lory BNrooiu dwelling n iplemlld stock barn onv of the test watered farms In the county nit uecesaroutbuilding Splendid orchard there tn blue never hewn plowed The whole farm furs well and there Is no wnsto land on It miles from Dunvll and In u xplendld cnmtnunlty This la a bargain und tho iiiunt be old wltlil the next u dnyH lace locust posts cnn wotten ofT of farm o 8l8101111Innllt once For particulars see li n- Jlughe5a Ky Give Me Your Order 1 Can Please You Why buy readymade clothing when then Is so MttlH dllTerencu In the price of high Crude reiulymade suits nnd n suit made to your measurement taken by fin experience tI f mllorr Ihntvalmndsotuuline of am Winter good I can nmko from u low prick business suit to the finest dress suit overcoats trousers and fancy vests The company I represent hone of the lest inU ROPLEY the Tailor patl Traylor DKAbCR IK r fUlsKn Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc KYU0Prompt n1 pulllt attention Nothing llbs bs tsdilnk Mill phone er ttl 2rap order rtcilr jronpt attention I JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers jn Fur niture MattiugsRugB They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY edCeelar Embalrui r and IUndertakerDealer in HaruetaSaddlery lcSTANFORD KENTUCKY OiJceJVbone K7 Horns Phone S5 J1Wt FARMERS DEPARTMENT Robert Berry sold his 100acro farm in Bath county at 100 J E Lynn has 175 bales of millet hay for sale Call on him and get price J W Moore of Rockcaatle sold a pair of bay horses here yesterday for 225 FARMERS ATTENTIONA choice lot of hemp seed for sale J B Walker Richmond Ky Dr Samuel H Halley of Woodfoi sold his crop of 27000 pounds of tobacco at 7c and 9c For SaleTwo good heavy workhorses and some butcher stuff Will White Moreland 3t June Hunter bought the J II Minor farm of 111 wares 2i miles from Per ryville for 7000 Tho once great race horse Terra Cotta died at the farm of David Street in the East End of old age Embry Bros and J C Reids fine Scorpion marc dropped a filly colt by Imp Ruskin Sunday night- S F Bradley of Morehead bought of a Cincinnati party 7000 acres oC timber land in Rowan county at 02 D M Anderson of the Preachersvil section has 35 ewes with 78 lambs This beats all records uptodate Who is nextIt claimed that if two or three flaxseed are planted in each hill of pot toes potato bugs will not bother the vines at all FOR SALE400 bushels recleaned orchard gross seed Price 150 per bushel Telephone Kentucky Supply Co Danville Ky William Fields bought a fine five yearold jack for 100 He is 16hand and is a dandy Ho will make the season with him Col Underwood Son sold to W B Burton a pair of twoyearold mule fc 335 and to John Duncan a cow and calf for 3275 The Somerset Fair Company has not definitely fixed the dates for the next exhibition but it will doubtless be held about Sept 1st Bond Bros of Elizabethtown sold 20 mules to J W Russel of Atlanta at 240 They averaged 16 hands and 1475 Ibs in weight The managers of the Lancaster fail which will be held July 18 19 and2 have made a cotract for ths exhibition of a flying machine on each day of thc fairAt Lexington IGhand mules are bring- Ing 170 to 210 15i hand mules 150 to 175 15 hand mules 125 to 140 smaller mules from 90 to 110 Heavy pair ISO to 500 C M McAninch of Casey sold hero yesterday a horse to L Napier for 65 and a pair of mules to J Bourne for 167 He bought a pair of mules of A Smith for 200 Col W H Dudderar had on exhibition here yesterday a fine blackjack 161 hands and not quite three years old lIe is by Black cloud and he by Tom Keene He will make the season with him Mr W M Dodd writes us from Hut tonville that his splendid stallion Gallon wintered well and is in excellent condition to make tho present season Watch out for a description and pedi gree of this magnificent piece of horse flesh Mr E S Powell of Hustonville had on exhibition hero yesterday his magnificent saddle stallion Almon Dare by DignityDare dam an Ab lallah Mambrina mare He is a com- Ing threeyearold and is a beauty His Inscription and pedigree will appeal later Always Keep Chamberlains Cough Remedy In the House We would not be without Cham erlains Cough Remedy It is kept on hand continually In our hone ays W W Konrnoy editor of the rulcpondent Lowry City Mo That II just what every funnily uliould do When kept on hand toady for instant use a cold may be checked at tho outset and cured in much less time than afler It has become settled In tho system Tills remedy Is without a peer- forerollp In children and will present tho attack when given as soon as tho child betomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears which can nix Iw done whenltho remedo is keptat hand For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist ut Stanford Ky M W Savage has sent to Scott lIud- son the wellknown driver of trotting and pacing horses a beautiful loving Clip in token of his appreciation of the masterly manner in which Hudson drove the pacemaker for Dan Patch when great pacer made his worlds rec lord of 1551 at Lexington last October Gallops for Aid UpttIout of whack your head like to splits aUlI every nervo In your body on lire Dr Culdwolls Syrup Pepsin allops for uld and you get It It clears out your poisoned system brings fresh clean bloodsupply to all jour Ijrestlve organs and restores to you tat comfortable feeling of perfect salth Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonville at COc and 8100 Money hack If It- falls E S Moss has been confirmed as postmaster at Williamsburg I4 L IMATRIMONIAL A Logansport Ind magistrate of fers 50c in trading stamps to all couples who will let him marry them Isaac Cunningham n widowcrof 65 and Miss Alice Falconberry aged 25 were married at tho court house by Judgo Warren The groom is the postmaster at Arabia near South Fork Miss Dixie Hourigan of Marion who several years ago visited the family of Mr H C Rupley here was married last week to Herman Davis of Mercer They will make their home in Knoxville Mr and Mrs F M Yowell announce the engagement of their daughter Lena to Mr Byrd A Avritt of llrad fordsville The wedding which is to bo a very quiet one will take place April 4th at home Hustonville Ky Jn the presence of the man she pro teased to love and while en routo with him to Falmouth where they were to be married Miss Nora Wellman oC Concord swallowed a largo quantity of roughonrats death resulting some hours later- School Childrens Dyspepsia The common fonn of dyspepsia or indigestion which stops tho growth pales tho cheeks weakens tho systc oftcnIdUOof the cause it is also Important to euro the disordered conditions of tho stomach and bowels This can dono byno other medicine so safely antt surely us by Dr Caldwells laxatlv Syrup Pepsin Try It Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Elustonvllle at 60c and 8100 lion back If it falls By an explosion inacoal in the Courrierca district of Norther France it is believed that about 12C men have lost their lives Of 1795 miners who entered tho pits only 691 hademerged at last accounts and It was practically certain that nil others in the mine were dead A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures iavo jnudo Chamberlulns Cough lien dy a favorite with tho mothers of small children It quickly cures theIr coughs and coldA and prevents an langer of pneumonia or other serious consequences It not only cUICscroup but when given as soon as the croup cough appears will prevent the attach For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stanford Ky Central Kentuc- kyRediEstdteEzcnaugi TITLE CO H Two bout anti lot iltuitcd la Crab rcaaitl with six sad one balf acrea at land tacked llatb are trams collages one cuniliUn if tad tb other cl 3 row elide tu Wd t tc Thi buildings nw and th tnclnglioralcar Tu tuud firUtui sad h- eurnIlulnre Will Mil each place nepanlel ru800awhuk Files on lheyrvlrt a who bo151A farm of Sno acre one and ontbtl miss Ol rib of liustnvilie on the I ntllle piIrwo story lr tue dwclllDti seven room ialletc Kin joung orcntrd t irlnail kind lull well watered falling tprlDgi eta AU buildIng and rued are In loud rWlr Tbl tarn trituztei In toe heat Kcllon ur Lincoln count tdiaanltlral home Ire houtr IIt1 nil olhrr ntcrtinry outtiulidlagi 1rRtJH JUIU No139Hi cri ofltml In the town lliulu 01 owlaml about 8 acm Uittoin land ono 83 te- In woodland The p are U well fenced and water d water woka well and clurrn alory rime uildlng S room hell Tvranda back porch lUiu lIIr kitchen and cellar Uood barn and nil olber ntcesurj ouibullalng Includlnx crib toerj etc In good repair fencing In fist ii itiler all wire fence l a Lfauilful pili a dtalrabl hum duo to town and will M cbep ana oo easy terra No HDA farm ot acre I ml8 beyond Mo Inney laya well impaired and la right 00 pike Mo stuck barn Iz tux tall ihtd vu c side auJ drlTwaj In canter 2 other bares lIod 2 tenant bourn 8room brick raldunc and tchen and all other neaaiary out building illolnga and fencing In good renal place well len I claim at bun sad hjuw pond iprinia c About ISOacrvaliiitraraand lug reilJu cul Uratloo Price UWOOO No 1M1p acre hum about I mlie this tide of Sblby City room collate norcbei No cellar under the kitchen loud bun of illicrlbetc Uulldlng relo good rfpalr and Ibe fencings are inoder lt Two rings and good flOod on plan Abjul 41 acre In lluiotby and- dorer ml lu woodland Price 15 30UW No GA 220 act farm Ijlng on Oil rher neat rb Orchard About acre n cut Iratlon and acre In rrst In good limber About 73 Wiring fruit treeronthe place 2 atonr 0ro m riIllog Ordlniytlabie and and very goo tenant hou i buildings are in err out ohspe but the lens are not The place U b never ftlllogiprliigt Tlililia goo- docktamandIulfeledatwbar4aln 1ilce unly 11l MOW Ho 19s170 acre farm near Huitonirlll road relllng arid barn a good portion of Ibis place could be sold fur town lop ill watered aid lhe and bulldlngt are In goo cunJlto- nIIsoueofthetesturmln the county The- HIll li rich and will product hemp etc Price W No 4Two itory tram dwelling 7 roomi ball nJ reranda loou garden fencing and bout to goud repair For tale or rent Prim rlOnLlejNo Si Houuand acre of x JfrceBMry outbuildings Keoclng good nll well watered Will wit tbli place on easy 73211 acrea of land six roomy two try dwelling writ watered good fencing la li lb suburb of the city ol SUufurj close to traded Mbool and cnurcbea Tbli U a deiirakle home rice reasonable No 376 room frame cottige and one acre t Iod In Klnnrllle Ky largo barn amok house ic All bulidlngi and feuclng In good rei ali Ten acres of land two story front co- lIge seven room hall etc lloute It new a good rardeo and splendid orchard ol t 31 acre fencing twostsblolbugyhouse euiule house etc A no also a good mill on Ibe place a g od crusher In will U la run by nil- ural power which It a greal economy and tha dam In good repair Will tin properly at a low ute or lease lt Mo 26 Frame hotel large rooms double ra- odl ballway Etc A large I story storeroom nttuq ilreet 30 het Iroai hotel up iUln aulu bI fordw log 2 nice cottages nicely furolahed punt and painted room and veranda each A barn on same usedia llfery stable Goo- dnlenyacanlotadlolningM fe t front Ceel deep All of Ibis property In London od Is a floe chance for one to make mosey loprllor b refinedto rent property for pt uootb account of health of hli wife only rtSlOO fur Millo proprietor desires to caching fur farm In Lincoln county o 73A small farm 0175 acres of good Ind- 10eIrtI cloae to town Talc 4250 dV t f No 20167S acre ol land collaf of 4 rON good and porches loud own and olber necessary outbulldlngi Fencing and building good Place at house etc Land U all leend produdcewe Young apple and peach orchard Tbla about S train town Tale fl600 No2Q3A 210 acre farm In th Wajnisbi section about mile from 2 rail road Hallo close to Iwo crime stores chhrrbet tic 11bstwwo 2 county roads Karat Free tleher haute Four room log bout a plelldlJ bUD 51161eetlozlog and ban two good the Is watered with nevrr falling sprlnm and a run nlmg bench through lb p are It bit goat fen lag and oulbiiliainji Price llWO Terms CitY No 205 acre lanai situated on the Wajnc bur and MU Vernon road abut t tulle e1of Hasa flroom eon etc Tblt place belonggto a genlUrnan In Calllornli and b will sell It cheap and uneasy term- sNo2u960acrea4 untie Iron Junction Cit 2 Ilorylll room frame wdllng barn nllll elC All In out repair lee udlnl feeciogt0cr sin KIM and M arm In cull of peacbr plumi elo A spUndld grape nsrbor 2MH Ibi grape sold In on year Plact close 10 school churrhw eh anl well watered ntdlrated well at house ao stock all at bun ec Pile H8WI No 227 About acre of land I ndle lrom Crab Orchark on Lancaster A good lwel1 Ing well and all necessary tulblldtngs Place II right on plk TbUliagood and a coup place Th ownr of thus property liens at lend son Ky and has made up his mind lo salt Ibl place menlng mineral water right on place 1 can be bought at a bargain us ton pric- eNosJA farm of 241 handsome uio ern 3 awry brick rrsldince nicely furnished od up to due In Try particular Nor room on torclosetosreolInaxnodeotnutusilyand olla nicest plicc In county rg Iheplar Is well watered and ge r well not a bill on re Is only about 20 acre In cultlralli and test In grst tunic of fruit the te Tb Is an Ideal hems aid a splendid lams Price ran onable No aiao acres of land 1 dwellings of root each large tobacco barn in le t long nexttoll- teal bun la Lincoln county Jsratllilock bun This property lays between t good NOIII roo iRdl leading turnpike All the buildings repair Placets welt waUit bydapringe creeks etc Splendid tobacco Ind end will rake barrels of torn to th act Tbl- 11re make the owner from 21 to 91 per rent oa bis Investment Itlaote of If not the clwiulcce of land In Lincoln county If arvlool Ingfora bargain this Is Toiirchanc Price real No 211 acres of land In Casey IOUIIOU Uberty od Columbia roads Twel o bou e ad lotion Ilwldenc 8 room Il story III- ItwtllbertlOutJ lood lure About crp cultlrsilon llulldlng In uodern nhye aa4 enclng god liood Umber Well at bout all over place and t creeks runnlc hiough It Wilt sell the pUre at a whole lor lll0iu on racy terms or will JiTldeplsce to ull tiircbasen No 2I5A nice lilt S loom cottar All nee cry outbulldlugt and a good Ktnlcn Atiout ulle hum ytanlonl This U a cheap piace lrll1o KM cash No 21101 acre firm In mile Phil tar slur rtooiit dwelling store houaecrib etc All lbsbulfdlsgsandfcoclgati- n fair condition loaf apple brrhsrd ilxMit crea In cultivation rest In limber waters by a sever falltee wlll1a1watre ol South For lelro1Z1a0aNo 219One vacant lot In Junction City toutbbul corner of Luaus and Urcfton ttreet ranting M feet on Oroflon street sd runnln ijulh on Locus street feet Price f IW rub No tlontesodlotoinganstrretla Stai onl t0ud garden etc KverylblogU gout re- pllr Price 815W- too T13Nlce room collate and act of Iud ocalel about I mile from Shelby City Th1 boult iloneconttVio Wvwlll sell this place Ion limit NO 1IJA nice Urjs store room and dwtliu bon ronsUtlng ot ttveral nicely furnished rrom goof turn and lot ad all necusary oulbullJIni on Sta- lureetlnStankrJrlghllethbuslaeaa lartion own This property will W told of a splendid ol to some one dnilrlng lu l1ln Irtheetore and dwelling help ouiblord wtllNKgreataavlngiu rent etc No 19 OH acres of land near Crab Orchar 1IIA farm of SM acre situated about Mite from PUnloid and 3 mile from Crab Drchir nlhewtersofC Crt Tw place Is rill 10 lwutUflr4dsandcanb iibdlvlded About X tm Is In cultivation timber sufliclent to kixp u ilace ne and onehill story time dwelling IrootuballIorchnetc Two rood tic Puce grsnry corn etc Plicfli well wstei td two gaud cltifroi alibI door running strni hrouga firm All build In good shape ricr me lure fencing fair Prlcel eracrr Term isy No A firm of acree about I wilts rot Itanlord Ujs well and well watered A gruel l of the farm lo blue van A romlortabl welling anl IIuI8 barn This progeny l on plrndld ptkedaeto schol fin Iricre No A fnnn of about 100 nnn on one ol eet turnpike In the county A knndtoui Iwo story fnime nd on of Ib Iiirgni nn nt tarns In tba county This plnr Is eel uttered nnd everything bout II InclndHfc fenc nrl In repair In n good cainiuunlt lose losobalsandObout20 iiilnulea drive Iron itnnford Ibis every dednibl home Vain No 79IOatreofland two story Iron cottage rooms halls etc Iou elanew a good garden- nd splendid orchard of one and one lull acres acing good lw siahlts baggy bouw smoke ouw eta Rood well on placv T hero is also xxl mill on the plate a good ntuher In mill It It run by natural user which Is great economy id she dtm Is in splendid replr This property II situated Inoueof the Lilt fuming dUtrlrli Ihe county about miles atanlord there U rats a readv uln bur th dour and neal as soon ground We will sell Ibis place fur JJfOO a Urgaln the butldlnsalnne could Out Iut- p for this money tfo 6S Fifty serve near Pleaunt Point Ky awe houw5 rooms and tsars and other tbulldlngs 8 acre In cultivation rest In ber Well watered yards from postofflcojSChoal y 11100 111 lId unity PrlcelSJO So 132M acr farm It mile of Crab Orchard f Brick dwelling grams two tenant hau- Iwo barns wIIlId spring near dwelling tannin bleb plate ol cultivation acre river 1Iod good fencing fruit etc tics IWHO an ace farm at Highland Kywell Improv- wetlwateredeJ etc Pricefro- oersa6actnoflandofjamestown road south of nnvllle too acres In cultivation about area In iberand rest In grits A large new tram dwell nr also an oU dwelling on place A new tarn and two oJJ onet Ills watered and the fencing On puNic road lace Santo X08190 area of land one tulle from Somerset rcut In seven fells Forty acre In collies 40 acre In pasture balance In timber Dwell t contains leven rooms Large barn and all nee er outbulldmgs Ien n kulldlntisln inltn did repair Well watered Price J28U- oN 2S 16ilacr of land In Ford county Kas ho mll afrom railroad and Ji mile from Arianua- er Kcventy acres of land Is river boliom Is anclInd and In grau This land la for cats yr exchange Voll9 lIre farm aliout tulle from lou tn splendidly math In cultivation well water etc cottnge of lour rooms large Imrn Ucity well loiicrU etc Price f per ncre 325 acres In Allen county Ky on rllll- road aud pike about acres cultivated ahout 125 lo timber and and about 130 In grass Timber on plan li cut tq 18 dies but will maku hornet tlm Ihlog- le8 ties and cord wood enough to pay tor- the twice over larfco part is fenc ed Thorp tern four dwelllnR uf rOil 1- 0each nod one store of twtiftorlrn with rooms aboo wells and spring of water fa In miles of county Beat end trawl tobacco corn wheat gruel ate fur ti200 Oneball cluh Mournnd Orlst Mill Anderson county Kv barrel capacity covered with Iron b tilt 8 ago Bteam and water power clatter 8 months of lean year It an up todate roller mill with burrs for turn and menl bolt The engine Is of 7 year runt II- acrel with time mill Including what Is wllh- tho house of 5 rooms All for 86230 ur aoo for the will and 14 acres One half cash II ta tine trado No mill In 10 rullra No 12 Seven room dwelling g od cellar and inland beerfalling well and spring rncltg and utbuilllags lu fair condition JuNIpllll to town snit a small family So 70CO acres ofland near Junction Cllyculln rebfeld2acres In cultivation rest In gritsa- ce orchard and one of the lest grape ber- boro In Kentucky Vtitj sold 2500 pounds 0- 1IIt1J last year watered and fencing to school and cburcucs A twostory room frame dwellluK good barn cribs etc eood repair Vile l3vW No Twostorv frame lwlllnlf six rooms 10 balls veranda to well at door and all other elar outbuildings Also large blscknnttb- tpGAxt0andahedt full length of shop and I wide f will he sold at a very r price Jentral Kentucky Item Estate TltleOo 8tlnflrd Ky J m Spring Shoes To Delight the Eye and Comfort the Feet There tiro two necessary requisites at most any time of tho year bu more so in spring you know that lifter n cold and cheerless winter we glndtIwelcome the newness of life that the beautiful spring season brings Wo like to lay tuido our dull and henry gnrnicnU and dun something new nnd bright that will delight the eye and bring cool comfort to tho hotly Hero you find everything new and attractive M well as comfortable and Low Priced Stylish Clothing Shoes nut Oxfonls and Gents Furnishings and Dry Goods J You know that we stand behind the goods that we lICh whatever it Hilly Ile lrWe want to sell you your entire spring outfit and after u careful in spection of our stock you will bo nil eager to buy as wo nro to selh Prices well nlwnye 09 low as n legitimate store CUll nllbrd to make them SAM ROBINSON 1 Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY tht Lincoln bounty national Dank I- Of Stanford Kentucky 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 BOOKKEEPERC W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J D OwxLcr flUnfotd It UIUHKH Stanford 0 W OAHTtn Turucrsvllle- W H OUMMIN rreachorarlUe It 0 Ooocil Wajnetburif W II TIUYMK Qlltxrts Orcck U L hernia Lancaster W O WUoXllI Stanford J n FoiTCiC Stanford W II rJtiAXK Stanford J II PAXTON Stanford I Seniwcitullysolicit UIB accounts of Individuals Firms Hitd rM rnllom llntit allfIliinkirs nit prtiianil to furnish nil iliK llora such nrroiiumtilntloiu as nr fonslitvnl with ode honking Mtxlorn Mafity IVK slt1kixr In our vault fur use of our eustomers First National BankStanford Art Capital Stock 150000 This Institution was established aa the Deposit flank of Stanford In llil then reorganized as the National Deny of Stanford In UU and again reorganized aa the First National Rank of Stanford la lilt having had practically an unlnter rupted nlsteDC fur n year It fa better supplied now with faetlitles for transact log business promptly and well than ever before In its long honorable career Hecount of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Officers J HOOKKK fans T HAHHIS V tnt Jl MoItOIIEKTB W U WEAtuN ObrI Directors r Reid DanTlll T Harris Stanford J S locker Htanford K I Tanner McKlnne M lJ Klmorti Stanford H naughman Stanford T P Btan Jas Robinson Hubbl J U llaugbman Stanford J U IBttus Stanford 0 E Tau Stanford BUY YOUR I Collars Hames Collar Pads Backbands fTrace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets Grub Tools c from George DP Hopper Stanfou Ky Hardware Groceries Tinware Queensware Tiling Etc CJCOT GOODS LOWEST PRICES n YOUR WANTS Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces byIW B McRoberts IIDRUGGIST IKIISOXAI supervision given Lo alt Prescriptions cuiiipouiulcd P1 11ti NtiN1 N11NwNNNM111Crnifrs Heroin COlli round Cnticn Heroin Colll roundO g WHKN BABY FIRST BEGINS TO SNEEZE H Ct Heroin Cd u i rIfitt i jCRAIGtS DR GZSTOREt J PIlIlOOI1OOIIIJJJlI 831013 punotliuoQ uiojojj s41tlJO NNN1tirNNti1 1JI