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I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL a VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 16 1906 NO5 ttJ tfPdr DANVILLE KY 1 r- Semi Annual lOc Salem Beginning Tinslay March 20tb nod continuing for balance of week We ndvert o this far nlioiul to give our out ofcounty coustomm nn opportunity to make their nrnngeinenU to ho hero on time to secure some of thclO bar gains Wo will luivo on sale hundred of articles that are of interest to every one mid thnt ore usually sold at foom Ific to ric nil nt IOn 1Vo eon not publish details now but iiwiuv you that it will pay you to come AND COMK KAKLY Our big toro in crowded with new goods in every IIlJI1rtlll lIt About Long Gloves Tho visible supply of long silk and kid gloves Is about one pair to 20 pairs wanted K wo advise you to supply yourself now We placcil n big or der last August for them gloves mid at present have a big supplyof long silk Slot in black white rexda green light blue pink heliotrope nod tan We are tho only houso in this section that carries the genuine Keyser Pat Finger Tip Gloves No others are as good in tiny way Whito and black kid glues in 12 10 anti 20 button lengths from 81fiO to sa O pair Tailored Suits Wo ore bowing n line of very exclusive IItICII in new dressy suite only I ono of n style in all the new colon of Old Hose Itcicdu Green Ifclio Al ice Blue TaiijVhSte nnd White and Black whey aro well worth coming top KC Silk Suitst f Silk shirt wnieUsuil monde of real Chiffon TnHutas M low as 810nlnl liner ones up to 825 silk Eton suits from 818 to 8U5 LinenSuits Handkerchief linen suits with hnnd embroidery SIISO to 810 linen mon Biiita from J10 to 825 Lace Waists Wo ore showing very choice assortment of now Lace and Net WnigU nt 8r to 810 Thwo are very drossy nnd eurvktmblo and nro cheaper nnd let ter etylo than you rut got up nt ho- meSpring Wraps i Lncc Embroidered and Linen Boleros or Throwover from 8HCO to 82p ThcM airs hi great demand Ho sure to seo the line curlyvert Gouts in great variety from 85 to 8M Tourist Coats nod Haincoit from 810 to 820 Silk Wraps from 8ft to 82- 0Linen Lawns and Linen We curry every quality exempt the poor ones Prices for ttflinuh lined IIIWUH aye lOc Jie fiOe fife 75c 8ic 81 81r0 82 You van always get tho grade you want We roll special attention to our M5e quality of lin en lawn as you will find it equal to any that you will wo nt oOc In tho heavier linens wo have every quality in yardwide und 212 yard wide anal oath and every piece in priced right Val Laces and Embroideries Come to us for Vnl We have nu nssortmcnt that you wilt sehlom Gad pulled by the largest city houses Wo import these direct and ns cheap m Ican bo dune nnd our prices uro absolutely ns lute ns can bo land any whero An immense line of Kmbroidcrics of every kind from the narrowest to the L widest nnd from tho cheapest to the finest Alloycrs Hands Flounces IM gcs insertions nod medallions to suit every purpoic S I- Q4tt 0RYGOQD t DANVILLE FY 1 WAYNESBURG John and Iko Roberta and Luther Reynolds and wife left Saturday for Cottage Grove Ind Mm M T Reynolds died on the 12th of consumption rind her remains were interred Wednesday at Liberty church Roc Bastin sold a horse to Hunley Singleton for 1110 A B Morgan bought a horse of Letcher Bunch for 110 Jesse Falconberry sold a pair of work mules to Gcorgo Elliott for 2GG Wm Elliott sold a mare to Roe Bastin for 135 B F McMullin has moved to a house on J Singletons farm vacated by J T Aker Arthur Caldwell and wife moved to his fathers near Eubanks and Melvin Caldwell moved into the property vacated by him M J Mor gan returned home Saturday from Oak daleJ M Johnson our produce man is in Pittaburg Pa with a car load of poultry eggs etc D S Gooch left Thursday for Ashland where he has ac cepted a good position T S Reynolds wife and child returned homo Wednes day from Somerset Novice Johnson was in Danyillc Tuesday The writer had the pleasure of at tending a birthday dmner Sunday at I C Singletons in honor of his mother Mrs Polly A Singleton who was 79 years old There were about 70 persons present and of that number 11 were her children 31 were grand children and nine great grand children The long table was heaped up pressed down and running over with everything good to cat and everyone present seemed to en joy himself and the aged lady seem ed to appreciate the crowd and dinner and especially the presents given her- R D PADGETT KINGSVILLE Walter PriviU niter a critical Illness of blood poisoning is able to be out Master Earl Mudman has been quite sick but Is improving W W Walter and Joseph went to Lancaster Sunday G A Walter was in Cincinnati buying a fine line of furniture Mrs Major Smith and son visited Burgin relatives Little Miss Hurt who is attending school at Harriman came up Sunday to visit her parents L M Reid and D C Allen of Hustonville were here Sunday the guests of your correspond ent Messrs Virgil Bastin and Edgar Rigncy spent Sunday with the formers parents at Science Hill Mrs Kit Brown has returned from Science lilt Miss Eflle Montgomery was the guest of Miss Bertha Thompson L B Ox Icy of Moreland was here and will make this town every two weeks Wm Dye will go to Ludlow to work for the Q FARMERS DEPARTMENT Two heavy workhorses for sale W W White Moreland Sv1V White sold to O P Huffman n few butcher catttle at 31c J E Lynn has 175 bales of millet hay for sale Call on him and get price W W White sold to Wilson Alex tinder 53 acres of land near Lytle at 50 FARM Kits ATTBNTION A choice lot of hemp seed for sale J B Walker Richmond Ky Hello Meade farm near Nashville Tenn famous for many years us one of the greatest nurseries of the Thor oughbred in the world has been leased with the stallions and brood mares oh it by W G Farmer who has removed his horses from Edenwold farm to the newly leased premises Always Keep Chamberlains Cough Remedy in the House Wo would not Iw without Cham berlains Cough Remedy It Is kept on hand continually In our homo says W W Kenrnoy editor of tho Independent Lowry City Mo That Is just what overt family should do When kopt on hand ready for instant use a ooid may bo checked at tho out set and cured in much less time than utter it has become settled in tho system This remedy Is without a peer for croup In children and will prevent the attack when given us soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after tho croupy cough appears which can only bo dotio whcnltho rcinodo Is kept at hand For solo by Dr W N Crnigi tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky CORNS CuiiKDCorn Exit will positively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky II And thats the naked truth II Oh George do not use such in delicate language II Well then tho decpllette trut- hr +Three pcoJ le were killed by the col lapse of a building at Jamestown Ind IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Squire Peter Lewis of the Tateville section of Pulaski Is dead James Whitehouse aged 80 is dead in the Perryville section of Boyle Mrs Mary A Cox the aged mother of Mrs W S Fitzgerald is dead at Farley fatally shot James Smith also colored over a game of craps at Danville Joseph Turner of the Junction City section lost his barn containing 100 barrels of corn by fire Thu Hargis and Callahan cases have been moved to Lee county on a change of venue from Breathitt Thirteen grown children ate birthday dinner with their mother Mrs Helen VanArsdale at Harrodaburg She is 70 years old Lucy Tucker who killed Frank Maden at MIddlcsboro was given an examining trial before Judge Bingham at Pinevillc and held in default of bond Alice Moore the other woman in the fight was released Miss Augusta Brabeck of Waverly Minn died at the home of William Young near London whoso brother Henry she was soon to wed She met him last year at Fort Snelling Minn where his regiment was stationed and they soon became engaged- A Columbia dispatch says News has just reached here of a mysterious cutting affray on Starks Ridge in Adair county Fade Stone was found on his bed with his throat cut in three places Dr Taylor found the man very weakand when questioned Stone dtated he did it himself Later ho denied this but refused to tell who did it Leonard Cook aged 85 years known in the country around as the Indian or herb doctor went to his home in an intoxicated condition Finding his aged wife sitting with the cat in her lap he became enraged at her refusal to give her pet companion to him and began abusing and mistreating her as shelled from the room he procured his gun and shot her dead Somerset nalMrs Susan Price widow of Dr Jen nings Price died at Lancaster of old age She lacked less than a month of having lived 91 years and was a woman of remarkable vigor both physically and mentally She leaves a sister Mrs Nannie Stillwell of Marion a son W C Price of Danville and a daugh ter Mrs M P Frisbie of Lancaster and fivo grandsons R G W J and H II Price of Danville and C Wand F P Friable of Lancaster BLUE EYES Thy voice is in my ear my love Thy look Is In my heart Thy bosonx is my resting place And yet we had to part And yet I trust dear heart The parting will not be long As at every sound my heart doth start To beating so wildly and strong Tho suns bright rays are fading Slowly in tho golden West And my aching heart is longing To hold theo to my breast Come home come home Blue Eyes That are liko the heavens above List to the pleading cries Of a heart so full of love And note dear heart as backward I look upon scenes that have flown And then as I turn to the future My heart throbs with the words My Own II C To William B Mulkey Tis sweet to think of angels now Of one who is in heaven Of one who passed this earthly veil Whose sins are all forgiven For Christ so loved those little ones For those tho debt he paid In heaven my Fathers face behold Is what Ho truly said The lambs He folds them to his breast With a loving shepherds care And in Ills house lie finds A shelter for them there joyWhenboyDeCoreBy TAYLOR G B Buihans Testifies After Four Years- G B Burhans of Carlisle Center N Y writes About four years ago I wrote you stating that 1 laud been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bot tles of Foleys Kidney Cure It en tirely stopped the brick dust sediment and pain and symptoms of kidney dl sense disappeared I am glad to say that I have never had a return of any of those symptoms during the four years that have elapsed and I am evi dently cured to stay cured and hearti ly recommend Foloys Kid any Cure lo any one suffering from kidney and bladder trouble Pennys Drug Store = r J1 Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac cordeons Concerlinas Harps HarImonophones 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 05- f dI 39 321I26u t a20- 5D4 atM 3 JTry our New Poultry and Farm Fence t weH HIGGINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY Ui = The Kentucky State Journal Frankfort Kentucky i Only Daily and Weekly Published nt the Capital nud the only one that 4 ever took tho Associated Press Reports has recently been enlarged and greatly improved It makes n epecihlty of LOCAL NEWS including that of tho Court of Appeals State Fiscal Court The Federal Court It is es pecially valuable to Lawyers Subscription yearly 84 Send remittance to W P WALTON PROR Frankfort Kentucky HOME BUILDERSIII You are now planning your house to build this season Dont forget these tilch abut Tin hoofing FIRE I FIRE I FIREyou know the feeling these words give u IDII If you have n tin root thero will be 50 per propertIof fire nt your house When you think it will last it is the cheapest and best to consult me nnd get prices heron you tI l on your roof HALDRIDGE I Street Stanford Ky IDepot Il 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 perf yard A cordial invitation is extended to the ladies W E Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky f The Interior Journal f E C WALTON h As briefly stated last issue tho Uni ted States supreme court held the there is nothing shown in the case o Caleb Powers which warrants the Fed eral court taking charge of it Tho is d to tho State courts 1timetimes convicted dunammous dtlength Justice Harlan who handed down the opinion indicated that the final adjudication of the afterI might conic to the Federal courts a writ of error if the rights of the de t fondant should be denied Justice Har lan said that tho question of the valid ity of the Taylor pardon could not be considered by tho court at this timeas even if the pardon were valid that would not be ground for transfer MAJ E W LiLLAnp of Danville t prince of good fellows and a military man to the core is an applicant to succeed Gen Haley as adjutant general e of Kentucky For several years he has held a majors commission in the State Guard and is always conspicuous for duty and fidelity to the trust repos ed in him During the feudal troubles in Breathitt some years since Maj LIli lard did yeoman service for the State faithfully remaining at his post until the restoration of peace The INTER tOn JOURNAL gladly champions his cause and hopes to hear that Gov Beckham in surveying the field has recognized the majors merit and has rewarded it by placing before his name the title of adjutant general TIlE union won a decided victory for the closed shop in a decision by the New York Courts A printing establish ment in Brookfm made an agreement with the unions in accordance with which the nonunion employes were discharged The employes sued for their old places Justice Marean said i that the men would have had a case against the unions if the latter had brought pressure to bear upon the company to procure the discharges but if the company discharged the men in the exercise of its best judgement iforits own interests the men were not wronged and had no case IF the railroads are to reduce passen igerrates to two cents per mile it would be better to do so without being com pelled by law The New Haven system of railway lines announced officially onI I March 10 a prospective flat rate of twoj cents per mile tq be put lit operation at fixed dates during the ensuing Spring and Summer months This action is voluntary It is the strongest argu ment yet made in favor of the reduced rate If the New Haven lines can do it toms 1ITill Shelby County Democratic Com mittee has adopted resolutions unquali fiedly endorsing the course of lion G G Gilbert Congressman from the 8th district and calls upon him to stand for reelection Mr Gilbert has said re peatedly that he will not run again but it is mighty hard for a man to turn a deaf ear to his friends and wot ex pect to see him in the race long before the entries close JUST as the Legislature was about to j adjourn Tuesday night Gov Beekham calledan extraordinary session be lnsning at noon Wednesday to pass a rec tifiers tax law and also one enlarging I the powers of revenue agents sections relating to which had been left out ofc the revenue bill just passed It was a r surprise to even Gov Beckhams clos est friends t STATESMANSHIP seems to be conC ducive to longevity Ten members in the United States Senate have passed tho three score and 10 mark f Pettus and Morgan of Alabama Alii son of Iowa Cullom of Illinois Tell t er of Colorado Proctor of Vermont Frye of Maine Platt and Depew of New York and Algcr of Michigani WE two indeed sorry the General As Bembiy did got pass the bill appropriating 10000 for the purpose of having Kentucky represented at the James town Exposition The Senate passed the bill but it was not called up in the House to the shame of that body be it said THE republican papers say that Rep Irescntntlve R W Miller of Madison will be the anti administration candi date for governor They ought to know POLITICAL The House passed a bill appropriating 250000 for the new State capitol at FrankfortIJudge Alton B Parker ofNew York f delivered an address to the members of the Mississippi Legislature at Jackson The Kentucky House killed the Sen ate bill to exempt 600 and making 50 cent of wages subject to execution orgarnishmentUnited Commissioner William S Lawwlll of Danville has received his appointment from Judge Cochran for another term of four years s i 7 Tennessee republican politicians declare that H Clay Evans is losing ground in his fight for tho republican nomination for governor The house passed a bill for improve EddyvilleI placer sensation was sprung in tho trial Indianas former State Auditor when Ithe attorney for the defense referred to loan made by Sherrick to Gov Hanly The Independence League in Now York has issued Its appeal to the public for support The unanimous sentiment is that tho time is ripe for a new party to enter the field Secretary Taft has again expressed his dislike for the Cox machine in Ohio by accepting membership in the Hoose velt Club a Republican reform organi zation in Cincinnati The Senate passed a bill requiring Kentucky life insurance companies to keep on deposit with the State Treas urer securities equal in amount to the policiesLthe first of which creates a State Board of Agra culture and appropriating 520000 for farmers institutes and the second of which establishes a State Fair appro printing 15000 passed the House at FrankfortGov Wednesday afternoon affixed his signature to the county unit local option measure adopted by the General Assembly It does not contain an emergency clause so becomes effective three months following the dato of adjournment of the regular session NEWS NOTES Susan B Anthony the great woman suffragist is dead at Rochester N Y Battling Nelson got the best of tho sixround bout with Terry McGovern at Philadelphia Wednesday night Louisville Commercial organizations have begun a fight to secure the permanent location of the State Fair William Walters was killed and two other men were badly injured by the explosion of a saw mill boiler in Lee countyThe sevenyearold daughter of R L B Smith of Brinkley was burned to death Her clothes caught from anI open grate A former grand juror alleges an attempt was made to induce him to pre vent indictments against men accused of killing J B Marcum Andrew Carnegie gave the railroad Y M C A at Richmond Va 10000 increased his library gift there from 100000 to 200000- A spark from a pipe exploded two kegs of powder in a Union county store demolishing the building and tearing the clothes from the smoker The Phoenix Line steamer British King foundered at sea last Sunday and only 29 out of the 56 on board arc known to have been saved Convicted of stealing three horses in 40 minutes Dewey Troutman aged five years of Paducah is now in the State Reform School at Lexington District Attorney Jerome of New York has asked Mayor McClellan for an appropriation of 10000 to be used in prosecuting the insurance cases Suit for a receiver for the Southern Mutual Investment Company of Lex- Ington was filed in the United States District Court in Louisville yesterday Herr Mendelssohn head of the banking firm of Mendelssohn d Co of Ber lin has received a number of letters his arrival at St Petersburg threatening him with death if he ne gotiated a loan with Russia- A petition for a writ of habeas to liberate Vincent St John president of the union at Burke Idaho who ifl held in the penitentiary at Boise charged with the murder of former ov Frank Steunenberg was filed in the Idaho Supreme Court An attempt was made by five desperate men to break jail at Tazewell Tenn The prisoners who had secured two pistols from some one outside fired two shots at the jailer when ho started in the jail Sheriff Green outwitted them after they had succeeded n getting out of the cell in which they were confined and at the point of a pistol forced them back in the jail MATRIMONIAL A Chicago paper John Alexander Dowie and his wife have separated William A Carr of Casey county and Mrs Martha Carr of Highland Park were married in Jeffersonville Estranged 23 years ago and divorced in Jeffersonville Ind James M Miles 63 years old and Mrs Mary Miles 57 yore married in that city A withism I was and am yet alllicted with rheumatism says Mr J C Bayne editor of the Herald Addln ton In lien Territory but thanks to Chum berlains Pain Balm am able once moro to attend to business It is tho best of liniments If troubled with rheumatism give Pain Balm a trial and you are certain to bo more than pleased with tho prompt relief which It affords One application relieves the pain For sale by Dr W NI Craig tho popular druggist at Stan ford Ky y yb Here and There The Spanish soldier with only two meals a day keeps in excellent condition on to diet consisting of dry Mack bread a little oil some garlic and his cigaretteA of the editors of tho llth Congressional district will bo held at Corbin March 24 A permanent organization will be effected at that time and a summer meeting will bo arrang ed Samuel W Fife of Richmond pre sented Sheriff P B Broadus of Madison one of the finest revolvers ever seen Tho cylender Is made of pure gold and the handle of ivory The cost of the weapon when new was 200 Dangers of Pneumonia A cold at this time If neglected Is liable to cause pneumonia which is so often fatal old even when the patient has recovered tho lungs are weakened making them peculiarly susceptible to tho development of consumption Foloysjlonoy and Tar will stop the cough heal and strengthen tho lungs and prevent pneumonia La Grippe coughs yield quickly to tho wonderful curative qualities of Foleys Honey and Tar There Is nothing just as good Pennys Drug Store No speaker for years has made more enviable record for fairness than Henry R Lawrence In fact wedonot recall that during the session his rul ings have ever been seriously challenged much less appealed from lie has won the good will of everyone oven those who opposed his aspirations and has made himself a political problem to be reckoned with in the future He is already spoken of for lieutenant gov ernor and a host pf friends are urging him to decide to runFrankfort Journal A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Kern edy a favorite with tho mothers of small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other serious consequences It not only cures croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack For sale by Dr W N Craig the pop ular druggist at Stanford Ky Bankrupt Sale As trustoe of the Imtikrupt ustntu of Goo HHInitMfon I will 011IHATUKUAY at tint Jackson dens farm near Shelby City Ky noil to the hlffhost Milder ton horsos a I hocks of ono fodder brhhr two hay raker thlrl IlIths of hay ono hay pn four twohorse wanont ono selfblndor one mowing machine wheat drill corn planter roller plows harness and farming Implement one twelvehorse JI Cawt Mniplo traction engine oneiSxfolnch J I Cam separator complete ono No steel ItaRgor ono dray lag bolt ono ISlxirrvI mounted stool tank anti pump This threshing outfit Is nearly now anti In Urstclss condition I will ut the same taro sell one residuum Louie and lot In Hhelby City ami moat nlnctyncrvs of OilyTaaws i nnd clh In hand Qer thium for xvonnl property on Ii credit of sixty days with II- Itnt from dnte Tho real white sold for onethird cnnh the Imlnnce on six month Unit with Intern from dote Any anti 1111I purchasers given the right to pay cash All notes fur purchnso money to lx madoncKotlnhlo ltiu coin County National Rankstnnford Ky ii nd secured byKOcurltyUEO Trustee KYTPun lllu K- yWHITES V WI11 PayMql Rk 1C PURITY GUARANTEED A peculiar property that dlstin culsbos Whites Concentrated from all other mineral waters Is its certain and positive action upon tho liver and kid neys the two joint organs through whoso moans the whole system is kept in a healthy condition This water is a certain cure for Dyspepsia Constipa ion Headache and all diseases caus ed by a1orpldLlver- tead what the lato Dr Luke P Blackburn whoso reputation as a physician and philanthropist is worldwide said In regard to this water In tardy motives and constipation of tho bowels It excels all other remedies known to the profession Crab Orchard Concentrated Water will euro more discus ed than any remedy I ever used It To Whom It May Concern I have used Crab Orchard Concentrated Water and Salts in my practice for JO years and I consider them tho finest remedies on tho market us a laxative und purgative and when taken in broken doses a good alterative for Indigestion Dyspepsia and Constipation It is an excellent remedy W M Dooiti S M D Crab Orchard There Is no Crab Orchard Salts norI Crab Orchard Concentrated Water ex cept that made at Crab Orchard KyI All others are counterfeit Be sure you call for Whites Diamond Brand Our goods all bear the above trade- marK Accept no other Our goods lire guaranteed pure and unadulterated For sale by all druggists I r NEW SHOES IdI Our Spring StorK is now In and wo ore ready to show you a I 1MA f 1H J McROBERTS I M FORD L KENTUCKYJ i IJPARKERS HAIR BALSAM mosJ tmtintt tt hire rraneCM taiutant tniwtil NTr nit to H stot or y Hair to ill YOUlbCCQlor QllM Joc Jllont l m EGGS EGGS EGGS Ilvmouth Hock salver lncn Wvnndotto and Black Inoghnnntfl r of IS Egg dellveret tni of hllrlo to Htanford lnnrnatr or Ornb Orchard Theo IIIUT estod nro Invited to vUH my IKJDJ mrtock Mm nndIPuullry Pann Ireuehervllleky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McKoberU Drug Store in tie OwBlcy Building For Sale Privately MybouO and Id rnrrc of land situated tnt ouulde of town limit on the Somerset pike louse has 1 rooms kitchen and ser rants room cellar stable and all aecessary outbuilding Water hydrant In the yard undone for stock J P nMLY Old Crab Orchard Distillery Whisky Direct from Distillery Any quantity lot tle Jugor lUrtel SJ 12 Sa n nod fI Urdere br mall jiromptly shipped OLD ORAn OIIOIIAUD DI3TIMKUY CO Oppotlto Depot Crab Orchard Ky INSURANCE Fire Lightning Wtnd Mfe end Accident Non limo HTUUNoKHT nod It KHTfomMinlc lUprosiiitwI lowtloslblH lUito i Paying Jlec ordUnc iuallfd Talk wltu MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ilosldnnco hone Nottt JWACEYProprietor UVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv AH 111gNew and Neat Special atten tion to tr Yellnjr men A yliure of our I ro nua ol- dWaynesburg onDep IhonaNostand t St Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor IHnlur In mid Mamifitctnror of Granite Monuments Marble ItllhII Ithn P HJclnltj Oltlct and works Wuyneslwrtf 1111111 Agt INSURANCEYour are sure to die Sec and talk with II M Newluml who will show you tho policy best adapted to your ago and circumstances Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid annually or defer red R M NEWLAND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 Pennys Pennys Pennys Delighted Is ilio cook that lIJ Pennys Strictly Pure Extract Of Vanilla We have ctabl lied a largo trade on our Vanilla duo to the delicate aroma it impart at wolf na tho economy in wing it Sold in nuy quantity at Co an ounce Give it n trialand wo are assured of it regular customer Our Kxtmctof Lemon at 100 an ounce has no superior PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford ICcntuclty Call null get ono of thCIOIf not Miticfiutory return it nnd get your mon ey buck Good for roast turkey hum etc Works on tojtof etovo no well ill OVeac GEORGE fi FARRIS Stanford Kentucky f Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky We nro preisrredtowrite Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado And solicit tlio business of taws thane of eOllllluIIIcsOflicc with Crab Orchard Bat king Co have a talk with us before g your In surance of roiuwIiiB old policies List your property with ui and we tell It for you charging you only n sins per cent e POSTED strIctlyforbidprOlPCutlytolatorsMrs ICnto Ador Kelchenbach lire VonGruenlRanloredAlfred Simpson George Holmes UelcllenbacbObarleaA 0 Dunn 8 M Holmes DaughortvMIeter W Tarter J NeTln Carter ShomakerTbomai k CamenlschBam ilf j Charles Eostlln Frank Mrs M Hayden Welch Peter Balmer s John Meier Samuel Llndsey LytleDavidBaurhmanChrlstonttJacob JCBsweln Saw Oftinero L J2OO rhoiwo are the equal of ninny SJfiO shoes 300 youtuomlort 350 For 8360 wo givo you nil that is desirable ill h Turn or Welt Solo Patent or Kid Button or IhocISEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY STANJORU Kv MAit 10 1900 RUSSIAN Corn Cure removes corns tour days lOc Pennys Drug Store J PERSONALS REV It H MAHONY vas at Brod head Tuesday MR L B GIVENS of Harrodsburg was hero yesterday REV GHHKKT GLASS visited tin homofolks nt Somerset Miss GERTUUDB GOOCII of Me Kin ney la with Mrs W S Jones MK J P GOVEH went to Corbin f Wednesday to visit his son and daugh ter MESSRS H Fl GODDARD and T Wilson of IIl1rro burg wcro yesterday Mu U E LEE SIMS has gone ti Tuscumbia Ala where ho lived Cor some time Misses MACOn ANn FLORKNCI OWBIKY have moved to the Sims cot 1tage on Danvlllo Avenue MR AND MRS HORACE BROWN 01r New Albany arrived Tuesday to visit her brother lion Harvey Helm t Mu It T PARSONS of Joplin Mo Is hero with his mother Ho left hero 24 years ago and this is Ids first visit Turn Advocate says that Mr Oscar Huffman formerly of this e has let contract for a pretty homein Dan villa Misses CLARA COOIER and Mary D Carter came homo from Danville yesterday to spend a few days with the homofolks MRS P M McltonERTS pave an in formal reception from 10 to 12 Tuesday morning to meet her sister Miss Mar of Arcadia 4Shelby MINNIE ANDERSON of Crab Or left Thursday for Valparaiso dud to visit her sister Mrs L M Chumley and family SENATOR H L HUIIIILE Representa t tive J M Alvewon and Doorkeeper J T Kmbry came homo from Frankfort yesterday to spend a few days P Si Goocil and family of Waynes A burg will probably move to Somerset shortly Somerset Journal Wo hope they will decide to remain in Lincoln MR GEOROE B SAWLBY was at Frankfort this week Ho succeeded In t getting the case of Mr John Trnylor transferred from that place to Rich rnond Miss SUSAN FRYB of Lexington ar rived yesterday morning to bo theguest of Miss Maymo Uawlings Miss liar ence Spraglns of Uncoln county is alto n guest of titles RawllngsAd voiatc MRS JOHN TRAYLOR of Gilberts Creek accompanied her husband to Frankfort who is charged In tho red oral court with Irregularity In running his distillery Front what can ile gath erect tho offense Is technical Mr Tray lor having no idea that ho was doing wrong Frankfort J uaLM LOCALS SUED ont for sale nt EL T Pences AFTER three dark rainy days neon aiderable snow foil yesterday PONY FOR SALB God driver and CIoentle Cull or write this office ALL kinds of plants lettuce rad dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard prescriptions to Dr W BRING your N Craig for low prices and best service Ward for killing TUB case or Will I Henry Patterson at Lancaster is set for Monday whichJFon UBNTThe storeroorrton vacated by Garland caster street just Singleton pplY nt tilts onlce A F BARNFTT shipped his engine to Hell county this week Ho will use it for sawing lumber for the Coleman Mining Co WILL BuitoMr S Hughes Al II ridge tho tanner and plumber has bought of U S Traylor a lot on Port man Avenuo and will soup begin theI cottag on ItIerection modern HURTMrs Terry Coulter an aged woman of Moreland was knocked down andpalnfolly hurt by a Q C train at that place She was attempting to avoid ono train when another struck her FOR SALE on RENTDr J K Van Arsdalos residence Possession River at once Apply to L K Hushes Stan Ionl Ky Goon safe driving horse and goo d worker for sale Also 27 cedar Hosts suttablo for building barns Dr W P Hickle Rubble IK the coal you are burning is no satisfactory buy a few bushels rt Pleasant View Dluo Gem you will like it J H Uaughman Co JUDGING from tho weather of ih last few days the ground hog not onl rfSw his awn shadow but saw that every member of his family IIAOIES desiring stamping come and eta my new patterns Flossc of all kinds at my home at tho M Bruce property Mrs C Leslie Carter TUB Stanford Water Light Ice Co has just received an immense dynamo which will take the place of one of the old ones in a few days It weighs 6000 or 7000 pounds Mu A C ALFORD has a contract to build 30 houses for tho Coleman Mining Co near Pinevillo This is a big con tract but Mr Alford thinks he can complete it by July 15 or 30- e WANTED A boy 15 to 20 years o f age to learn plumbing trade One that has a common school education and no bad habits I want one that has some stlckatativencss Apply to S H AIel ridge Stanford Ky WE congratulate Bro Ed Walton upon the celebration of tho 34th birth TIIyE JOURNAL May t double its ago and its usefulness Tll JOURNAL is ono of tho bright papers o the State Harrodsburg Democrat e THEY CAME HACK Dave Collier of Rowland missed two of his turkeys List hadtgratified a few days ago to see them again in his yard with IByoungturkcys They were seen In the woods beyond May wood some months ago To WHOM fayCoNcnnKNotice is hereby given that Tornado Policies Nos CC101 to CC185 Inclusive jsaucd for the Stanford Ky agency by the Con tinental Insurance Company of Now York have been lost or misplaced Said policies are void and if found should be returned to tho Continental Insurance Company of New York fct its Western Department 2SO LaSallo Street Chicago III It IL Mahony agent HARUIN Mr Martin Hardtn tho aged father of Mr Mark Hardin of tho St Asaph Hotel died there at 015 Wednesday morning of troubles at tendant on old age lie was horn in this county on Oct 20 1811 nnd con sequently would hove been 05 had ho lived a few mouths longer At IS yearn of ago he walked to Monticollo and worked at the tailoring business for while Later ho opened n hotel thoro which he ran successfully for nary years Mr Hanlin was thrice married his last wife dying In 1801 One child was the fruit of his first marriage but it died Mrs Joshua Berry of Monti cello now 70 years old was the result of the second marriage while tho wife who preceded him to the grave only a few years bore him 12 children The surviving once are Mesdames J A Phillips and G T Ramsey of Monti cello and Messrs Sam C Hardin of London J G Hardin of Louisvlllo Mark Hanlin of this place Will C Hardin of Memphis Hen Hnrdin of Monticello and Jou Hardin of Chattanooga Some eight years ago Mr Hardin united with the Methodist church and he was a regular attendant nt the novices when his health would permit lie was n warmhearted good man nnd the news of his death carries sorrow wherever ho was known Some five years ago ho and his brothers Messrs Sam and Timothy Hanlin spent a few days at tho St Asaph in what might bo called a family reunion which was heartily enjoyed by them nil At that time their combined ages aggregated 251 years They aro all dead now and three honorable just men sleep the sleep that knows no working remains were taken to Monti cello yesterday and this morning they will be gently laid away to await the resurrection morn May tho good deeds he did in his long sojourn on earth make his last sleep the sweetest and tho awakening the most joyful SHOE TALK That is all talk would not amount to much but wo uro ready to liavk tip any statement wo mnko about the Show we cell It is n fact that I Zeiglers Fine Shoes for ladies gtalinico more pod qualities than any shoo made There arti shod that look iiiMrolI ns XoiglorV but dont wear ns well nnd there are shoes that wear as well but dont look us well Zcigleru do both they are mule of honest leather by honest workmenthey arc good fitter are comfortable nod stylish and nro sold in Stanford by 4 IPORTRAIT frames wall paper mat tings and carpets Tribble Pence D C SHTIE has for sale at his store at Jumbo shingles and locust posts a t the lowest market price CALL and seo my line of new buggies Make your selection before they are picked over E T Pence ruralfappear a Waltons Opera House March 23 FOR Dccring machinery such as rollersfsee kitchenInice Iron beds Bargains bargains Mrs Patsy Brown Logan Ave Stan ford Ky J C LYNN took Granvlllo Saylor t the penitentiary to servo out his term FarrisIDunn also colored will apply for a new trial IF you want to rid yourself of that ConeenIo the work For sale by W II McRob crts G L Penny W N Craig Stanford and C W Adams Hustonville ntIfailing well close by large garden good horse and cow pasture J mile from church and school Mrs W P Brad shaw Turneraville Ky theiissue Dignity Dare is the best known saddle stallion In this section and from Col Birds splendid pedigree he should soon make n great reputation as a breederNuTlcrThere will be held a dirt road court at tho court house in Stanford Ky Wednesday March 2Sth ati 9 oclock A M and all the overseers of said roads in Lincoln county Ky arc requested to meet at theappointed time and place with the judge of the Lincoln county court It C Warren judge LINCOLN county hair contributed to Somerset and Pulaski county about 100 of the best citizens we have and there are no drones in the hive among the number Fact is a Lincoln county man wherever he may roam makes himself seen and heard and very much at home says Editor Campbell In his good Journal SIKCIV SKULE TWOS AY NITE The following splendid cast willrender the Slnfin Skule Beginmcnt at Wit tons Opera House Tuesday night next March 20th under the auspices of the ladios of the Presbyterian church KAST OF KARACKTEUS Mm llBimtA F JOHN AS ARABELLA- UonKINB MR J C MCCLARY AS JBRBMIRB ROIIKINS Juliet Shakespeare Miss Nell Warren MnhonyCharityMercy Twcckina M isa Jennie Lynn TraylorPolly McClnryHosieMiranda Wanttomarry HopperMehitablo Alvirey Slimming Mrs Will Wearen Trilby OFarrell Mrs Joe Rico Sophrena Flimjdns Miss Sarah Dunn Clementina Hanks Miss Georgia Lewis McKinneyLorella Miss Mary D Kennedy TurveydropI Elizabeth Higgins Berta Jean Penny Mrs James Carpenter Jr Romeo Shakespeare Will Wearen Hezekiah Rumples Ed Ballard Tommy Doodle George Hopper PenningtonSamuel Darius Catchafiy Fred Cooke Mcshack Josselin Robert Porter Rube Spank Charles Downer Hickory Jones James Newland IlueyJehosaphatYellow Kid Russell Brown Scats now on sale at McRoberts drug store 44at FOR SALE Secondhand top buggy E C Walton FOR SALE About 41 acres of land one mile from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster pike A good dwelling well and all necessary outbuildings Puke ia right on pike This Is a good home and n cheap place The owner of this property lives at Henderson Ky and has made up his mind to sell It can be bought at n bargain For price etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky CHURCH MATTERS The Midway Baptist Church has extended a call to the Rev James P Scruggs of Columbia At the colored Methodist church at Harrodsburg Sunday continuous services were held from 9 A M till midnight 15 hours of preaching Rev R R Noel tells us that his work In the Waynesburg church is most gratifying The membership is grow ing and much good work is being done Over 17500 has been collected from the Mt Vernon Baptist church con gregation in the last five years During that period 123 new members have been added Rev 00 Green is the pastor The church is near Versailles The Main Street Baptist Church is talking of building a new 15000 edifice instead of repairing and enlarg ing the old structure The protracted meeting at the Baptist church is at tended by large crowds There have been several additions and everything points to a very successful meeting under the guidance of Bro Huey It will continue two weeks Somerset Journal Clears the Complexion Orino Laxitlve Fruit Syrup stimu lates and horoiiRhly clenses the sys tern and clears tho complexion of pim pIes and blotches It is the best laxa tive for women and children as It is mild and pleasant and does not gripe or sicken Orino is much superior to pills aperient waters and all ordinary cathartics as it does not irritate the slum wih and bowels Pennys Drug Store rThe jury to try Rev U F Sulherlln the New Albany minister charged with wife murder was completed nni the opening statement made by the prosecution A cablegram from Gen Wood denies that there was any wanton slaughter of women and children In the recent fight at Mount Dajo on the Island of Jolo FOR RENT lions and lut In Iliintonrllln tirade Haliool district flood iiiitrov ni nu mill cni s ulsu mfur r store IniulK UMBRELLAS Recururufl uod rowiiwl nod cutule almost is good as now for n smell amount I dx your umbrella tMttor than tlio tramp repairers and for loss mosey Qlvo mo trial PHANK ATKINS ti Mm fora Trees Plants Vines OitIkS-NUILHIIt1KNatlealttgtonIy oltorn lull tock of Fruit fwd Urniununtrl Tnt Kvor jnniuHliriilis Hlrnwlxrrlos Oru11e Vlmm iinitll Fruit Ittnilxirli AitimrnKiii tlo Wo iinnloy no ngiiit Htrawlwrry and lull irnl Uutnlotfup on n munition In- U K IIIUICMKYKII A HONB RAVE YOUR colts castrated by T P Gross Crab Orchard Ky tho well known cas- trator of horses and horso doctor Phono In Residence FOR SALE j Knrnlof fvSneiv KOo blue urns and to Imcro Innd t notes or IPIIII on It tills veer tin luilmico In grass Form ono inllo 110m 1111810111110 liuidiidjolns pike house of 8 rooms kltclnn Imik jiorcli nnd clsteru near kltPlun llua new IKIrni2rafleet Nor toriun uiinly to JIt MdlAltUUK lluitouvlllf Ky 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and native bred You can see them by calling tn mtl G Fox Livery Feed A Salt Stable Danville Ky = = Lkbt New Spring Shoes Tho Spring of 1000 styles are now in and ready for your inspection f v Come in and lot us fit n pair on you and you will say what ethers have raid Zeiglers Shoes nro no ex pertinent but get better each season Copyright Hart Schaffner 1906 tf F i byiThat he was not much of a when he saw one there was not much you see the beautiful patterns in SPRING SUITS imcnninghowin you will readily recognize that they are never seen patterns run prettier and the values are splendid for 81250 to 15 we will clothe you as well us n Tailor will for 820 and for 318 to 20 we WillS ell you suits i equal to 830 nnd SJ ones customtailored Congo in mud see the new st- ylesCUMMINS i McCLARY i LN NNNM 7 tiNM7 N7v1 11Nrr01 W- d t ++ H49 11111 r tont HHfooHo hI +r I r i n U III loll r II Winter weather r nUTfI summer Goods iEjt4 E t Sping Goods Are Arriving I I Daily I lineJIYou are cordially invited to thoroughly inspect our Spring Dont delay on account of tho weather Summer always has I come at the proper timer have no reason to believe it will not do m this time Eggs taken at highest market price t in exchange for goods L M RUBY COi Pry Goods Notions Five and Ten Cent Ware iOPera House Block Opposite Court House ISTANFORD KENTUCKY 111tttIII ttt lltIIIIIIIIIIII a L 111 The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford lrcond claM matkrp- VOLIAUEO TCKHHAYM AND FRIDAY s AT 100 PER YEAR CASH W When not so paid ISOO will be charge Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livwy Fltd and Sail Stable Lancaster Ky Hones wellfed and cared for Uptc date rigs at reasonable rates New Hustonville Firm r r llnvlns bought of McCornmck t IVncock their Groceries otthelletEndpko t InllyMeatbuy good butcher stud hnvlng n splendid mpnt cutter w ennl1urnl h you with the boat We also buy ail kind of country produce I1I8HOP 1 IIlIS Hustonvllle Ky BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Carter s Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission tock Pens In Connection NEW LIVERY STABLE BraSB a CLABKSON Par JUNCTION CITY KVI 7lTit01fcil Turnout at Reasonable Hues Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sain A Special Bargain One hundred nod ncro farm nbout inlles Nortwest of HtamorU Cool two tory 12room dwelling n splendid stock burn one of tbe belt watered haste In the all necessary outbuildings Hplendld orchard 40 acres III blue rues never turn plowed The whole furm lays well and tkeru Is no weave land on It Five tulles from Danville end In a splendid community This U n bargain and the place must bo sold within the next u days IJO locust posts can be gotten olT of farm Possession ulvenut once tMirtlculnrs eo James I white or L It Hughes Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy rendymnilo clothing when there to so little difference In tho price of high grade readymade units nnd u mndu to your mensurement taken by nn experienced tnllort J tune hndsolllu lino of Fnli Winter good I cnn iiiuke from n low price business suit to the finest dress suit Also overcoats trousers and fancy vests The company I represent Isone of the best H U RUPLEY the Tailor Aa71 Traylor DIALKA IS vmsku Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc Oarpnl r House Ole to Depot STANFORD KY Iioeptaolpollledtenuon Nothing I Ibe bn Mfrlnk cr gup ordrs rcilv ollplattnllon J LBeazleyCo 2 UndertaKers and Embalm ers Also DenIers in Fur niture MattinggRugs They will exchange Furniture for til Kinds of Stock Give Them a Gall Prices Rightj STANFORD KENTUCKY e te aT Undertaker Embalmer audI Dealer in HnrncesSaddlery t ITATI FORD KENTUCKY O3cePbone U7 Home Phone 35 Clarence Coleman Tells of the WestsI Rapid Growth alATTICA KASMARcnl0I returned to Kansas from Oklahoma last Sunday I was favorably impressed with the resources and opportunities that tho territory presents though the weather was so disagreeable that we could not Oklldhoma together with Indian Territory will soon be admitted into tho union the State of Oklahoma and will be one more democratic wedge to the solid South The territories were for the greater part settled by Southerners and are of course largely democratic tjiouf the Northern and Western counties largely settled by foreigners and pe pic from the Northern and Western States are strongly republican Got Frantz chief executive of the ferrite ries is an appointee of President Roosevelt and served as a rough rider under that chieftain in Cuba during the SpanishAmerican war I visited the little city of Alva Okla nightenot yet years population equal to that of Little Brit air with two railroads while a third Is building three weeklies and one dally paper 12 churches roller mills brit and cement works broom factory nn 180000 court house fine graded schoo building besides the Northwestern Territorial Normal School which was founded by the General Assembly In 1897 and the total cost of which wil not fall short of 100000 including the dormitory and other department buildings The school opened with an enrollment of 55 and has now near 100 pupils and 30 instructors The main college building is a piece of architect ural beauty and would be a credit to n city of 10 times the size of this one But enough on Oklahoma It seems we struck the West just in time for the bad weather snow sleet rain and wind There have only been three days that the wind has not blown for nearly three weeks The wind can blow so easily The sun may set clear and cold and yet by midnight it is apt to be storming and by daybreak a veritable blizzard will be raging Monday Feb 26 was a cold windy day with sand storms the wind blowing with almost cyclonic velocitya typical Kansas blizzard and as the Harper Sentinel de scribed it a regular Kansas day to the old settlers The cyclones and winds are some of the many things that have made Kansas famous but despite the many drawbacks high winds drouths hot winds grass hoppers and other like evils it is a great State and when the old State does produce a bumper wheat and corn crop there need be no unrest from other sections of the union as it has been truly said of Kansas that in seasons of plenty she can bread the country This State is not frequented with drouths as it was in years gone by while the farmers arc more able to withstand a dry year as they have learn ed how to farm during such seasons and will harvest fairly good crops whereas 20 years ago under similar conditions nothing more than a crop of provender would rewafQ the farmer for Ms tell The farmer is becoming more educated to conditions and is able to overcome many of tho obstacles that the early settlers thought to be insurmountable and he is profiting as a result During seasonable years good Kansas soil will produce from 20 to 30 bushels of wheat from 45 to 55 bushels of corn and from to 35 bushels of kaffir corn except when planted or sown for provender From one and onehalf to two tons of alfalfa are grown to the acre while three and four crops are harvested dur theseason The tame grasses areling profitably grown in this country while buffalo grass and other wild grasses grow in profusion Clover imothy white clover and bluegrass are nknown here The farmers have made great progress within the list 20 years Sod houses and dug outs have given way to ubstantial frame structures and whatI was once a virgin prairie has been dot ted here and there with beautiful troves each arbor day being observed in the planting of trees and other shrubbery The writer lived in Western Kansas 188788 when that country was little less than a trackless prairie About three weeks was spent in this county I88 when I attended the country school My memory of those days but a dream and as yet I have seen nothing to recall the old days From where I am sitting Ican seethe Gypsum hills of Barber county Medicine Lodge the county seat ofI Barber has given to the world such celebrities as Carrie Nation and SockI less Jerry Simpson and U S Senator harles I Long Even In this strong rohibitlon State Carrie is as unpopular as she is in Kentucky I have gone hunting a number of Imes since I have been here Jackrabbits are plentiful I killed my first nd only one Thursday I have found my markmansKip very defective but hen I am used to man hunting fFilipi- nos and Insurrectos which accounts for it- But I must be carcfnl of the ever eady waste basket and bring my say to a close Ere these lines reach the yea of the reader we will be speeding omeward to old Kentucky the best State in the union The West is a L great country and full of wondcrfu possibilities but to a Kentuckian then is no spot so dear as the land of his birth Best wishes to the I J nnd readers CLARENCE COLEMAN rE T WHAT YOU LIKE Dont Stllrvem Diet but use Miona and Cure YourStom Iash Troubles The average treatment of stomach troubles consist of a rigid diet list which often half starves the patient Of course Itiwbuld be foolish for any one who knows that solve foods an positively harmful and poisonous to continue eating them oven while foil lowing the Mlona treatment but ir ordinary cases of stomach trouble It is not necessary to starve or diet If Mlona Is faithfully used a tablet bu fore each meal Tills scientific remedy for tho curt of stomach troubles acts upon the whole digestive system and strengthens tho organs so that they are able to digest any food that Is eaten without fear of distress If you suiter from loss of appetite belching of gases sour taste in tho mouth furred tongue severs palo In tho region of the stomach depression of spirits bad dreams lock of energy a stomach cough of fensive breath headaches backaches loss of strength and weight you can bo assured that these troubles are all duo to imperfect digestion Strengthen the stomach by taking a nona tablet before each meal and soon you will gain In vclght strength will return and your food will give you nourishment so that the rich red blood will carry good health to every part of tho system Penny has so much confidence In the power of Mtona to euro stomach troubles and resulting ills that he gives a guarantee with every CO cent box to refund the money unless It curesSpain has a uitstyill unsettled that has been in the courts 3S9 years or since 1517 The case which con cerns a pension began between the Marquis de Viana and the Count Torres of Cabrera and the accumulated sum in dispute would have reached fabulous millions had not four centuries of at torneys barristers and court officials taken considerable measures of appro priation to prevent the amount becom ing unwieldly Do Not Be Imposed Upon Foley ft Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are ottered for the genuine These worthless Im itations hrtvo similar sounding names Beware of them Tho genuine Foleys Honey and Tar is in a yellow package Ask for It and refuse any substitute It is tho best remedy for coughs and colds Pennys Drugstore The Central Home Telephone Com pony a 5000000 corporation has beenI organized topurchasc 15 or 20 Ind pen dent telephone systems in Kentucky and Southern Indiana The arrange ments practically have been completed and companies at Owensboro Hender son Paducah and Bowling Green and Bedford and Bloomington ind have been taken over It will not cost you a cent to try lhambcrlaina Stomach and Liver ablets and they art excellent for stomach troubles and constipation Geto free sample at Dr W N Craigs the popular druggist at Stanford Ivy i Judge James M Pttterson a native of Kentucky and the last of the noted I ioneers of North Texas is dead at his home in Dallas aged 91 At Mayfield Walter McClain was given years in the penitentiary for killing his brother and n man named Canter I i DO IT TODAY l And to think tint ten months ago I looked nice this l I owe it to German Syrup JThe timeworn Injunction Never put off til tomorrow what can doto day is now generally presented in thti font Do ittoday JII That terse advice we want ti ou about that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you have been struggling for sev eral days perhaps weeks some reliable It To DAvand let that remedy be Dr BoscXees German Syrup which hat been in use for over A few doses of it will undoubtedly relieve your cough or cold and its use for a few days will cure completely JNo matter how- deepseated your even if dracl attacked your lungs German Syrup will cured it has done before in thousands of parently hopeless cases of lung trouble- 4New 350 regular the 75C AhU druggisU For Bale at Pennys Drug Stori FOR SALEA nice largo store room and dwelling above consisting of several nicely furnished rooms A good barn and lot and all necessary outbuildings The property is in good rcpai situated on Main street In Stanton Ky right in the business portion of town Tho property will bo sold at a bargain and is a splendid opportunity for some one desiring to go in business for trio store and dwelling combined will be a great saving in rent etc Possession given immediately For earth ulars etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford n Dignity DareN- nltr Vol II4t HII It MnhoKonv lay black points white out on left IQyvara old ap liiini high weighil3M pounds tr mg nut lion hey mnno and tall good lack with loni crumy tniivrliig neck well not In liliil mounted iliuulilvri n mlcllo horn head RIIII cur on him ii model under wears blue ttrlni In motel ring wonder- tyieliihnnlesastow horwt sure Wlw u one yonrohl wore nil honor In Ids elm aWItIIRkou 1IIuroll hit win shown II time cud woi IS liluo strings Inn never IHHII ilcfnitcd III fancy hnriun rinK lint nlwiiyn lams th victor 11IIIIIIIIIIIhuw rtug sas II hmhr gelforand for nil mirixisrj lie Mil wiililtu larswith live illttlnet gaits rut lino nctln nicker good In two walks and u nlco per very pasties In lilt trot under Miililto null hi hiirmiu crvnt nil around action us U reo quired for nit uptoilnto sire of high ode hiirmi for wulilk or hnriipM lie u euro enough harness horse arnreful t111h Hml fnttviuiiliowiltlitlin li second n Yri gull wilt hut little hniulllniii did thl Inethill0unrura oaltersrvnlgIii IIIl1n- III the sprlug Ito to IlOuul1 or wondcrfu twrv deist eiiouRh to Ket u trotter rur truck use or uvntlemenR roadsters large AlrolllllllloUllhtoltlon for nil puriKMOi nf n fniiillyhoriM 1Ie gracefulgiven up lIy borwMiipn that hn U cue of tin most uniform lirenlrr In Kvntucky HI tyiH s Ida ltlanr hlnuelf l line lies er In1 n sorrel Colt Tbeinoit protltnliln horse foi till dinner mud until breeder to proilucn to the home which s ryes till wlduit range of olhefrom tbooliliitto till rouiiKent il ol hli eolti linve IHIMI orfenil forniul sold for HI nrenignof punnil tbuuxvnigeiigiiof then It yearn sal v months IKnidKKK Hlmd liy lhc ter lnri N hymlllkby WnnhliiKtoii IHiiinnrk 6 l he by Online nlbe rncu tore Denmark K he IlitlRefiml DlRnltyii flm den Uilfinont llIlIlIollt No itlrtT A TllHb by Wlllbim Welch Kit be bj KyHllcki llaniblelonlan 10 IMunllyii wo ondilam by AlKlallnh Me dan by 1111 Vermont 4th dnin Thorouuhbnil Welcbinont lint dun Paul t by Alinon Forest Wt4- TesmldDignity ram will make the a son of last nl my tnbln In lliMlonvllle Ky at tfitolniure II living toil when fouled Mona trndnl or rronvyd forfeit liituninosand inoniy Ixvome dun and must Iw paid ut tllIIol itch tnumnrtloii lnA grazed lit JJJl IHT month nod bill to Ix tutu removal of marot inapt fed IIdslnsl nt iiiikonnlili rates Mares entrtutrd to nu will receive my personal attention hut r will not lx n iNin llil for iiceldenti or e relics riioni III rtidileitr at Iliutonrllle Ky DH tAUrKXTKIl Col Bird 40566 lbay horse foiled nab fired by 1t111 Ijinvlllf Ky Hired by Heclllnn Chlif No itlAH sire with records of Yen or txtter bydfcHiriiV IIIAln of Ii Ire lItl- ot dun Illrdlp Kernwvfull sister In flow iiimmoilu lruiif onlLolllellkesYii ltyOnodsltaBIl- kftVdrnotIttrlthrrcordsofYlour 1Uor Sun dnm lane DiivM ditiu of bunt Humrall t las town ii J Mt sirs of iiiiiiliiorlil tln xlle Wllket XKInnd KHIc 1tIIIYIYea- nd Kriimlnmof rnpl Chick S Ile tiler- UunleYlAt lid 110 IIrlrItilo or Ills NhnwYYI1 fly lied itllke2VaNolTIV- ire of 311111 aim or Ih 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greiitent Iniof Ntniidnnl horses living llitwas 1110- tho champion sire of premium horse nt thu rent Worlds Knlr IIIIM el Col lllrd ioimi else finish nnd action In breeding he U of tine Ir Ixxt and great It known to the trotting world Ills blood 1111111 every direction trice to this greatest ml UKt known to the to the trotting turfs II lx great- DBHAItlKNTKltTHustoiiVllleKy Spring Shoes To Delight the Eye and Comfort the Feet There lire two ucccemiry requisites at moat any time of tho year bu more so in spring you know that after n cold nnd cliecrlcsi winter wo gladly welcome tho newness of life that the licautiful epriujj coIn brings with it We like to lay iwido our dullllllllheavy garments nod don Homctliing new mill bright that will delight tho eye nnil bring cool comfort tho bodye Hero you find everything new and attractive ns well na comfortable und Low Priced Stylish Clothing Shoos nnil Oxfords and Gents Furnish ings sod Dry GoodstYou know that wo stand behind tho goods that wo sell whatever it may Iw Wo want to sell you your cut ro spring outfit and after it careful in lection of our stock you will be as eager to buyas wo nro to sell Prices well always ns low ns n legitimate store can ntlbnl to nmku thorn SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY u Cbe Lincoln County national Bank IOf Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000JDEPOSITS January I 1906 24600000 OFFIOERS 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 n OwnLcr Stanford 8 II SIUKKS Stanford 0 W OAHTKK TurucriTilla W II CnN tisA trccIrslIIo O Oixxjli W jnriburK W II TIUTUIB Ollovrti Creek II L HuiiiiLr ttocutrr W O WAIKKII BUnfonl J H Ko TKH Stanford W IL ttiiANKm Stanford J II IAXTOX Stanford We nixTtfnlly solicit tho ncconntu of InillvlduaU Klriiniin roriKirntlom Hunk ant Hunker mid sari prepared to Jurnuli nil depositor each iicromniodallon ni nr1 con tent with wife Imiiklns Modern Mnfety lH lllIdllktla in our vault for uw of ourOuitomeri First NationalStanford Hy BankCapitol Stock 50000i Thin limitation WM origtnllJ rtubllib ai the Deposit flank of IIlutord In 1151 then reor ai the National sank of Stanford In IttS and aj atn rrorK nlf J at the First National llaik of Stanford to less hatlnfj bad practically an unlater rupteJ existence for 13 yeari It U bettor supplied now with facllltle for traniacl IDR builne promptly cod well than ever before In lu long cad bonorabto career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited OttlosrsfJ t HOOKER Prttt LT lUHMii V Pre J1 McUOIIKUTS Ohr W IL WEAUENAHt Ohri Directors rlsld1JulIIlB lord J 8 Itoeker Stanford K It Tanner McKlnney U Klmora Stanford S II llaarbman Stanford T P Stanford Ju Koblnton Hubble I II HauKhman Stanford 7LM Icttup Stanford 0 R Tate Stanford Hey YOUJl Collars Hames Collar Pads Backbands rl Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets Grub Tools c from George D Hopper Stanfofos KyI Hardware Groceries Tinware Queensware Tiling Etc onoT GOODS LOWEST PRICES u YOUR WANTSSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRoberts ISTANFORD IrusoxAi supervision given to till Ircseriiitions CIJlllpollutltt1IN N1WNN NN11N j Ctlh Heroin Coui pound CnuVd WIZEN BABY FlitS UlCGINS TO SNKK1 GIVE Craigs Heroin Compound IT CURES THAT HOAIISH AND CIIOUPV W1IEEKE AND STOPS II THAT RATTLING SOUND 25c f0c AND tflUO SIZES AT CRAIGS DRUG STORE