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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t VOL XXXLV STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 20 1906N0 g ti Here and Therek ttiMiss Susan B Anthony left her es x at 10000 to the womans suffrage cause- D J Boles was given u lifo sentence wifefDr P W Achilles professor of chemistry at the State University at Il BloomlllJtton Inti tell down stairs at Evansville and died a few hours later from his Injuries Doctors of Southern States and a Government representative reached the l unanimous decision that the yellow lev er suspect who died at New Orleans did not have the dreaded disease Four cars were derailed by a broken wheel on an Illinois Central freight train near horse Ilrnnci and M Fur guson a troy who you standing near the track was killed by tho overturn ing cars No ono else was Injured The Frankfort Business Mens Club t appointed committees from Its member ship to arrange for laying the corner stono of the new State Capitol Tho cornerstone will be laid about the mid dIe of April tho exact date to be fixed later and a programme of exercises In eluding addresses by Kentuckians of note will bo aranged An effort will be made to atrango railroad rotes from nil points In tho State for the occasion which will bo ono of the most notable In tholilstory of tho Capital HYOMEI CURES CATARRH Its Healing Balsams Kill All Ca tarrhal GermsSold Under Guarantee by Mr Penny There is no more common decease than catarrh and none that is moro dangerous It weakens und deblllj talcs UH wholtsy tein if it In allowed to run luaus to serious and some tlmcS to fatal complication It IN n noteworthy fact that among tho many medicines and treatments for catarrh there Is only ono which Mr Penny sells under hit positive guaran tee to refund the money If U drew not euro Hyotnol Natures remedy for tho cure of catarrh No dangerous drugs are taken Into tho stomach whoa Hyomel U used breathed through the small pocket In haler that roars with every llynmol outfit lu healing balsams penetrate to the mo t remote culls of tho throat nose and lungs killing the germs of catarrh tl llns the irritated mucous membrane and making complete and lasting corns j The omptae Hjroinok outfit consist 4ing of nu inhaler that eon carried in the parse or vest pocket n modi vine dr ilH ri and n bottle of Hyomet osts only 81 Tho Inhaler will Pass a life time while extra botllua of Hyomol Lean bo prtKMir d whenever neodedfor- tnjy 50 ifiiw Mr Penny U wlllnir u good tansy jRoomi uutAts nt thif season and ho has lilt fimflileiwo In Uw remedy that he gunrnntoas to rofnnrt the money in case it does not our Tommy why aro you not at your sisters wedding 1 Cuuo shes marryin the wrong man an I told cm Id sing tight out nn toll the preacher so What is tho matter with the young man Ho yanked me out from under the sofa once an spanked mel Chicago Tribune Foil SALA nice largo store room and dwelling above consisting of sev ural nicely furnished rooms A good barn and lot and nil necessary outbulld ings Tho property is In good repair 7t situated on Main street in Stanford Ky right in tho business portion of town Tho property will be sold nt n bargain and Is a splendid opportunity for some ono desiring to go In business for the store and dwelling combined will be n great saving In rent etc Pos session given immediately For jmrtic ul Ietc see or write iiB Hughes Stanford Clears tho Complexion Orlno Lnxltlvo Fruit Syrup stimu lutes and thoroughly douses the 8- SItem und clear the complexion of pim ples and blotches It Is the best laxa tive for women tend children as It Is mild and pleasant and does not gripe or sicken Orlno IB much superior to pills aperient waters and all ordinary cathartics as It does not Irritate tho Htomach and bowels Pennys Drug- Store r Mr SaintlyThings do not always go as wo plan Man proposes tad Miss Oklcmaydc Ho does eh Well go ahead sir and prove that tho say ing is true It will not cost youcent to try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and they aro excellent for stomach troubles and constipation Gut a free sample at Dr W N Craigs tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky yr Wild LANCASTERI have been killed on ponds in this vlcln ity George Carlet a wellknown colored blacksmith died hero Saturday after a long Illness Tho fiscalcourt Is figuring on exten sive and much needed improvements on the court house A number of Negroes wero fined for vagrancy in tho circuit court Like wise many bind tiger operators The Masonic lodge has rented the rooms over tho Central Record office and will spend a lot of money In making them tho most beautiful lodge rooms in tho State Several architect have been hero In tho last week figuring with the prone ters of the hotel opera house and bunk building It Is a settled fact that wo k will begin In the early spring on each of these buildings The Uniform Hank Knights of Pyth ias will give a series of entertainments at the court house this Spring This lodge will attend the grand encampment nt New Orleans this summer possibly entering the competitive drills Arthur Joseph is ill of tonsilitia Ma Frankie Kauffman has returned from a visit to Richmond Miss Carrie Currey and brother Theo attended the funer al of Mrs Gaines at Danville Charles Davis and wife arc visiting her parents Jacob Joseph and wife The fire in Sweeneys livery stable did very little damage It caught from n stove pipe between tho office ceiling and tho floor of an upstairs room Some little excitement was created by tho horses and mules loose and running through the IItreelsIThe cose of the Commonwealth against William Ward for killing Henry Patter son last fall was called in tho circuit court Monday morning A special ve nire of CO men were summoned from Madison tho order for Jessamine hav ing been changed and they arrived ycS terday morning Tho case will con sume most of this week The funeral of Mrs Susan Price was conductedat her late home on Danville Ave by Rev P M Tinder interment taking place in Lancaster cemetery Sho had been ill for some time and while her death was n shock It was not unexpected hind Mrs Price lived until March 20th she would have been 01 years old Two children survive her Mrs Martha Friable of Lancaster and Mr W C Price of Danville Emory McWhorter bought a horse of Ollie home for 175 Job Mareeo sold several olds of corn to J T Upton at 22 John Jackson bought a two yearold filly front Sam Morford for 180 Will Sutton bought a calf 1150 Allen Shearer solda colt torI Nelson Mareeo qf Marksbury for Alrgil Scottbought a yjung Jiorsc of John lane for SUM Ih F Elminton- delivered his tobacco to Nicholasvlllo partlos at Gt Mr and Mrs James I Hamilton have returned front n months stay in Memphis Tho many friends di Dr Walter Rcuzloy who has been ill of pneumonia at his homo in Los Angeles Cal will bo glad to know that he is much improved and out of danger Mr A G Lackey has returned to his homo in Kansas City after a few weeks vis it to his parents here Misses Marga ret and Joan Mount will leave tho lat ter part of tho week for n visit to friends at La Grange The Farris blind tiger law was given anew test in the circuit cburt by the trial of several parties for hauling beer into Lancaster This being n local optics own tho last grand jury returned several indictmcnrs against parties whose teams had been used in hauling liquor from Stanford und Danville In ono case there was n hung jury but jn the ono against James Cox the jury re turned n vordict of C0 and 10 days in jail Wo understand the case will be appealed to test tho validity of the low Tho following cases havo been dis posed of in tho circuit court John Os burn malicious cutting 50 Porter McCreury shooting on highway 50 Lewis Humphrey furnishing liquor to n minor 50 Ed Warren breach of the peace 50 Wm Pcrcifer hauling beer into Lancaster hung jury Ed Ander son colored vagrancy not guilty The case of Stewart Humber who killed an other Negro last July was continued to next court Judgo Dells charge to tho grand jury was especially forcible and impressive Ho called their atten tion to tho duties before them and dwelt particularly upon the local option laws urging n investigation of tho sale of liquor CORNS CuiiEOCorn Exit will positively remove corns in four days Tho 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- INEWS NOTES tho anarchist is dead In Cincinnati Two tollhouses near New Albany id were wrecked by dynamite W P Mitchell a prominent and wealthy citizen of Knoxville was found dead In his bed Three firemen were killed and nine others seriously Injured while fighting fire at Camden N J Eleven railroads entering Memphis havo decided to incorporate for tho building of n union station Speaker Cannon gave a dinner to the Gridiron Club composed of newspaper correspondents in Washington James Clark tho bestknown horse man in Ohio died from an overdose of chloroform taken to ease pain General orders for tho inspection of the Kentucky State Guard have been issued by Adjt Gen Percy Haly K S Inui a Japanese student won first prize in the annual oratorical con test of tho University of Michigan Louis Nosser a racetrack man killed Stella Reynolds an actress and committed suicide at his residence In Now YorkThe United States Court of Claims passed favorably on a claim for 600 in favor of St Andrews Lodge of Masons of Cynthiana Mrs Katherine Lcitzbach an aged resident of Louisville slipped on a coat Ing of ice while entering her homo and broke her neck The Southern Railway Company has contracted for 100 locomotives to be delivered between now and October ot- a cost of 1000000 Mrs T J Tanner a member of Zion City with her little child in her arms threw herself under a moving train both were instantly killed After being out for 10 minutes tho jury In the case cf Dr A P Taylor of Lexington charged with embezzlement brought in a verdict of acquittal Ten persons including a Ixniisville man wero Injured in n wreck at Horse shoe Bend Ind No ono was killed although the train went over a 25foot embankmentThe of Lyman J Gage former Secretary of the United States Treas ury is failing and he is about to re sign the presidency of tho United States Trust Company in New York Thirty convicts confined in camp near Waynosboro Ga who revolted on ac count of alleged bad treatment were dragged while chained together by four mules until they submitted Between 20 and 35 persons wero kill ed many being roasted alive in a wreckon the Denver and Rio Grande railroad in Colorado due to an opera tors failure to deliver an order The cabin in which Abraham Lincoln was born may be brought to Louisville during homecoming week A cOm- mittee has boon appointed to request the loan of the cabin for a limited periodDr Herman Foist a prominent practitioner in Nashville was arrested charged with the murder and robbery of Mrs Rosa Mangrum whoso body was found In the Ohio at Cairo six weeks ago- Garth Tompkins colored was hang ed in the jail yard in Madisonville fur the murder of James Uramo With a coolness amounting almost to bravado Tompkins stepped on the trap and with a smile faced his death It develops that tho officials of the Rio Grande knew 15 minutes before hand that Fridays frightful wreck was bound to occur tho sleepy operator having awaked just too late for hu man agencies to prevent tho catas tropheTrustees of the New York LifeInsur once Company who were cognizant of tho contributions to the presidential campaign funds in 1800 1900 and 1904 will pay the amount 118000 thus preventing suit against tho estate of John A McCall The Mayors of 50 large cities in different parts of tho country have written to President Roosevelt inviting him to deliver an address during the 10th annual convention of the League of American Municipalities which will meet in Chicago September 26 27 and 28 Always Keep Chamberlains Cough Remedy in the House Wo would not bo without Cham berlains C6ugh Remedy It Is kept OIl hand continually In our home says W W Kearney editor of tho Independent Lowry City Mu That IH just What every family should do When kept on hung ready for Instant use a cold may be checked at the out set and cured in much less time than after It has become settlcdjiln the system This remedy Is without u peer for erdup In children and will prevent the attack when given us soon as the child becomes hoarse or oven after tho croupy cough appears which can only bo done whenitho rcraedo Is kept at hand For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky in HUSTONVILLE Tho last contract rriado by our city council was for feeding prisoners at 14c per meal Mr Evan Lyons illness continues quite serious and his many friends are hoping for his early change for the better Georgo Tucker caught a 61 pound green bass at Roys mill recently that had tho credit of breaking many lines last year Dame Rumor seldom errs in herwork and a tip calls for the marriage in tho near future of an old bachelor who lives just over the Casey county line =More anonMessrs Mills and Averitt of Brad fordsvillc were guests of Rev G W Mills Mr George M GIvens has re turned homo after spending the winter at Mobile Ala Wm Wheat the enterprising mer chant of Mt Saiem anticipating the early building of a rail road near his place has bought double the amount of goods of any of his previous purchases Miss Lettle Levi Leat Turpin of Klddville and Arch McWhorter of Ca soy county eloped last week to India na where they Were married Upon their return they will make their home nt Henry McKinneys Notice is given every member of the Hustonville Commercial Club to attend the meeting at the opera house Thurs day evening as the railroad and water works committees havo very important reports and recommendations to make necessitating a full attendance for final action in tho work of these committees Not many years past there was seem ingly an irrepressible tidal wave of trade from this locality going each sea son toneighboring cities The excuse offered was a want of variety from which to select Our merchants taking tho cue have gradually increased their stocks in every line which has relieved tho cause and thereby is not only hold ing the trade at home but bringing it to our city from those points where ours had been going Our people are now evidencing a desire to see our city flourish even beyond the fondest hopes of our best citizens by patronizing the homo dealers Will Lilian and Jake Huguely of Boyle who were in this vicinity buying hogs spent a pleasant evening with Mr John P Rife and family Miss Ada Alcorn left Friday for Chicago to visit her sister Miss Mattie Richard Popplewell of Russell a veteran of the civil war was a guest of relatives in this section last week James C Pel ley and Harry Raines of Liberty pass el through here Sunday en route to tho cities to buy goods Pro K S Eu bank and Chas Wheeler were in Lex- Ington last week on impOrtant business connected with some matters of inter est to our city C L Holmes of Lou isville and Col Josh Swope of every where spent a few days in our city hustling for business and mingling with friends School childrens Dyspepsia The common form of dyspepsia or indigestion which stops tho growth pales tho cheeks weakens tho system of so tinny school children Is often duo to improper or too quickly eaten lunches While seeing to a correction of the cause It Is also important to cure tho disordered conditions of tho stomach and bowels This can be done by no other medicine HO safely und surely as by Dr Caldwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin Try It Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Ilustonvllle at 60c and 100 Money hack if it tails At a massmeeting of Louisville manufacturers and merchants resolu tions were adopted declaring for u graded license tax on rectified whisky and urging tho Louisville Representatives in the General Assembly to sup port such a tax by their votes Gallops for Aid R hen your stomach is all upset your liver In bud shape your bowels out of whack your head like to split and every nerve In your body on edge Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin gallops for aid and yougetit It clears out your poisoned system brings fresh clean bloodsupply to all your digestive organs and restores to you that comfortable fueling of perfect health Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C 1V Adams Hustonville at toe and 8100 Money back If it falls Sam Jones says that John D Rocke feller whose whereabouts are a mys tery is within half a mile of hell As the clerical clown has located hell in close proximity to so many places the sheriff will find some difficulty still in serving papers on tho old fellow Frankfort Journal These are the saddest words we meet As through this life we jog He used to bo on Easy street But now hes on the hog Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac cord eons Concerlinas Harps Har monophones Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Mr J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky Try our New Poultry and Farm Fence IH HIGGINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY r tTT Dan Hester Agent Stanford Ky sssstsaatst titimotI HOME BUILDERSYo- u I I arc now planning your lease to build this reason IDont forget these facts about Tiu Rooting FIRE I FIRE FIRE I IoWllcr t Dont to mo get prices you ou your roofS HALDRIDGE I a IDepotStreet Stanford Ky r Nrz The Interior Journal C WALTON 1Et JUDGE ALTON B PARKER who also ran for President last election said in a speech at Charlotte N C that tho Democrats of the South should take the leadership of tho party The judge is right If the party is ever to take its proper place in the I fairs of the nation it will only be done f by those who are Democrats from t principle and do not fly tho track ever t time they do not get exactly what the 1want of State Auditor Sherric- of Indiana are appealing to Hanly to pardon him Ho was convict ed for embezzling State funds and as 1heloaned some of the money to lion ly he will hardly have the heartless- nessf to let his dupe suffer the humilia tion of a penitentiary term TUB Mt Vernon Signal is for R W i Miller of Madison for governor Edi tor Albright thinks Mr Miller who an avowed antiadministration man can harmonize all elements of the arty He will kindly give his reasons fo so thinking IT develops that Mrs Roosevelt wife of the president has a private secretary at a cost of 1400 per year who is paid by the government Verily public office is a private snap these days A LOUISVILLE boy was sent to the Houses of Reform for stealing a green necktie to wear on St Patricks day It costs to be patriotic in tho Falls City Tim little fice of the Danville News continue to bark at us but they must excuse us from further notice of them The game is entirely too small for our gun t POLITICAL By the vote of 126 to 35 the Republican caucus of the House voted to standby the House Statehood Bill The New York County Republican Committee tabled a resolution calling upon Senators Platt and Depew to re signThe Davidson Tenn county conven tion selected a full delegation instruct ed for M R Patterson of Shelby coun ty for Governor Chairman Burton of the Rivers and Harbors committee of the House says no rivers and harbors bill will be introduced during this session of Congress It Is understood among the House leaders in Congress that the Public Building bill when reported will provide for an expenditure of about 14 000000The action of the Repnblican House caucus in Congress is accepted as leav ing the fateof theStatehood Bill largely if not wholly in the control of Speaker Cannon The speechmaking on the Railroad Rate Bill begun in the Senate by Mr Mc Creary yesterday The measure is ex pected to monopolize the attention of the Senate throughout the week Fifty thousand Indianians have sign eJ a petition to Gov Hanly to pardon exState Auditor David E Sherrick convicted of embezzling State funds the amount having been made good It is the impression in Washington that the republicans in the Senate will I get together and pass a railroad rate bill that will be acceptable to the presi a dent and to a majority of their patry Hundreds of telegrams have been sent from Oklahoma and Indian Ter ritories to President Roosevelt and to members of Congress urging them to I work for immediate statehood for the I two territories i Richard Omer has been appointed i postmaster at Alpine Pulaski county James Selridge at Rock Creek Wayne Icounty John Rogers at Small Pulaski county and James Tincher at Dees Jackson county t The Democratic Committee of the First Congressionl District decided to hold a primary June 8 at which unless some other candidate appears in the meantime Ollie James will be declared the nominee for reelection Friends of Postmaster Dyche are sore over his being turned down for reap- pointmentt for J T Williams and are urging him to make the race for theb Republican nomination for Congress says a dispatch from London R W Miller who is a member of the General Assembly from Madison is inII t Louisville trying to interest the com mercial organizations in a plan to raise i a fund for a Kentucky exhibit at the Jamestown Exposition in 1907 Hopkinsville and Christian county citizens will pUHon Congressfor anap propriation of 100000 to be used in the copstruction of a public building The matter is being engineered by the Commercial Club of that place Tho Democratic Committee of the third Appellate district decided unan imously to select a nominee for the Ap pellate Judgeship by primary election 65 Saturday Juno 2 which is also the date of the Congressional primary in the Fourth district Judge Hobson one of the candidates was present at the meeting at Lebanon ijirr t Additional Local I PONY FOR SALEGood driver and gentle Call or write this office JUST in big lot of canncl coal which I am selling at 16Jc per bushel W S Wigham Moreland LANCASTER can not vote on open sa loons until she reaches a population of 4000 Central Record Certainly no whisky election will be held during th present century then bfworth the price of admission at the opera house tonight and there arc SinghyBlnoMrd T Llvh Carpentekr farm killed an immense bird that sev eral who have seen It pronounce a Brant It measures six feet four In ches from tip to lip and is four feet nine inches tall It is on exhibition at T D Newlands store FREE TRIP TO LOUISVILLE The Re tall Merchants Association of Louis ville will refund in cash to out of town- customers the cost of round trip tick eta based on a one and onethird fare on the following datesApril 2 to 14 parrticulars address J V Beckmann manages Retail Merchants Association Urban Building Louisville Ky FOR SALE About 41 acres of land one mile from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster pike A good dwelling well and all necessary outbuildings Place is right on pike This is a good home and a cheap place The owner of this property lives at Henderson Ky and has made up his mind to sell It can be bought at a bargain Forprice etc see or write 1 R Hughes Stanford Ky THE Singin Skule Beginment to be given this Tuesday evening at the op era house will be a very amusing enter tainment It is different from any thing ever presented here and is chuck full of fun from beginning to end It is not all ridiculous however especially the music which is upto date and of that lively catchy charac ter that tickles the ear and makes you feel happy The characters will all be taken by local talent except one of the leading characters who will keep the performance moving at such a brisk gait that there are no waits or dry situations during the evening We feel justified in assuring you an excellent entertainment IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Raricks drug store at Nicholasvillc was damaged by fire to the extent of 3000 Galloway George was arrested at Corbin on the charge of selling liquors wthout a license Thirteen of the best young men of the Silver Creek section of Madison county were arrested for shooting crapsThe Peoples Bank of Science Hill was organized with Tyler Jasper President H D Burnett Vice President Mr Hays of New Castle Cashier J D Eads Clerk Hon Robert Harding was awarded a verdict of 2000 for Mrs Sallie Fain in the Jessamine circuit court for a broken arm sustained in a railroad acci dentDanville News Deputy Jailer R 0 Hughes of Som erset returned from the State of Wash ington bringing with him CC Howard Kentucky boy who has three charges against him all committed in Pulaski countyThe examining trial of Otis Gragg for the murder of his motherinlaw Mrs Bowman and attempted murder of his wife was held at Somerset before Judge Barnett He was held with out bail From the survey made by City Engineer Rufe Ashurst in making a map of the city it is shown that there are 1280 acres in the city limits The original plat of Somerset was of 40 acres Somerset Republicane Afflicted With Rheumatism I was and am yet afflicted with rheumatism I says Mr J C Bayne editor of the Herald Addlngton In cHan Territory but thanks to Cham berlains Pain Balm am able once more to attend to business It is theI 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 alTords One application relieves the pain For sale by Dr W X Craig the popular druggist at Stnnt ford K- yJudgeYou were alone when you committed the robbery Crook Yes your honor You seel when youve got a partner you never know whether hes honest or not The steamer Atlanta of tho Goodrich Line burned to the waters edge 10 miles north of Port Washington but the passengers and Crew numbering were rescuedJFormer President Grover Cleveland celebrated his 69th birthday SundayC A coal famine prevails at Centralia Mo t CHURCH MATTERS The student volunteer movement costs 20000 a year It has sent out 2953 missionaries The Warren Memorial Presbyterian church Louisville has adopted free pews and increased Its annual subscrip tons 1100- President Roosevelts second dough tar Miss Ethel was among a class of 125 confirmed at St Johns Episcopal church Washington Rev William D Shea one of the oldest and bestknown ministers of tho Methodist church in the South died at his home at Atlanta aged 77 years Kentucky Wesleyan College at Win Chester will be dedicated May 27 Bishop Alpheus W Wilson of Balti more will preach the dedicatory ser mon The London Society for promoting Christianity among the Jews has in four countries 41 headquarters with 212 missionaries Their annual income is 207000 More Turkish outrages against Amer icans including the plundering and burning of a Mission school have been reported to the American Board of Foreign Missions at Boston Plans are said to be on foot for the sale of the McFerran Memorial Bap tist church property in Louisville to tho Fourth avenue Presbyterian church which contemplates erecting a new building The Baptist church plans new building in the southern portion of the city on Third avenue- MATRIMONIAL George Riley and Miss Fannie Creech were married at London At Hopkinsville Ernest Chance and Miss Maude folio Shorher aged 13 were made one William McCowan and Miss Ethel Gaddis both of the Milledgeville sec tion were married Sunday You cant fool old birds with chaff remarked the man who is fond of moral reflectionsCant eh7 responded the shrewd citizen Not when you call it breakfast food He calls himself a selfmade man Well Im glad hes bravo enough to tike the responsibility A Favorite Remedy for Babies Us pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough HemI cdy a favorite with the mothers of small children It quickly cures theirI coughs and colds and prevents an 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 popular druggist at Stanford Ky GO T- OWf B McRoberts Ail a k for his Hand LotionI- tis a sure euro fur chapped hands Makes them soft tniooth and white o AMoNoaNo WHITES AarT ill1 S PURITY GUARANTEED A peculiar property that distin guishes Whites Concentrated from nil other mineral waters Is its certain and positive action upon the liver and kid neys tire two joint organs through whoso means the whole system is kept in a healthy condition This water Is a certain euro for Dyspepsia Constipation Headache and all diseases caus ed by a Torpid Liver Read what the Into Dr Luke P Blackburn whose reputation as a physician and philanthropist is world wide said in regard to this water in motives and constipation of the bowelsIt all other remedies known to the profession Crab Orchard Con 1esTo Whom It May Concern I have used Crab Orchard Concentrated Wa or and Salts in my practice for 40 years and I consider them the finest remedies on the market as a laxative and purgative and when taken in broken doses a good alterative for mill gestion Dyspepsia and Constipation It is an excellent remedy W M DOOUKS M D Crab Orchard Ky There Is no Crab Orchard Salts nor Crab Orchard Concentrated Water except that made at Crab Orchard Ky 111 others aro counterfeit Be sure you call for Whites Diamond Brand ly ur goods all Dear the above trademark Accept no other Our goods re guaranteed pure and unadulterated For sale by all druggists I 1Ol NEW W SHOES t Iinow In stud we are ready to show you n Mrcnltl Great Lines and TUB hotter shoes on the market today for men I dont 1centAs801IIntoftholo in Style and their wearing qualities are an good I f to can tt500 make In all the now lasts and all kinds I H J ROBERTS L STANFORD KENTUCKYIaaaa aottttttaaa atew tll t i j PARKERS HAIR BALSAM cam and Intle th rromotn taunt fnirDi I to IlMtar Qolor0zIp I lYndellpl EGGS EGGS EGGS Plymouth took Hltvir Iremill Black Ijiniolmnnl It IHT WlInoUIKRRI Itlh1 tnr uf clinrao Iniirn ter or Ornb Orchnru III Invited to vlult III lno nmt sm ViewyA S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrts Drug Store in tho Owsley Building For Sale Privately Mr bouse and acre of land situated lull outside of town limit on the Somerset pike nouso bu 7 rooms kitchen and set rants room Rood cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant ID the yard one for stock J p nAILEY Old Crab Orchard Dlitlllsry Whisky Direct from DUtlllerr Any iumnlUy Hot tie JuRor Barrel IS it Orders by mill promptly- shipped OLD CRAIJ OIIOHAUD DIBTILLEKV CO Opposite Depot Crab Orchard Ky INSURANCE rite Lightning WindWorm Mfu and Aceldint NOlie the HTHONOKHT and UKHT Companies livprvscnUil Luwest los ilblft Ittel Ouarnnh rvl Ina 1uylnKltvo ordiUnequollvd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ilosldenco Ibono No 8J J W ACEY Proprietor LIVERY flND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv JAIIItlgs New and Neat Special atten flan to traveling mon A share your patronage la 10llcltd J U llooDO1 old stand on Den it St Phone No Waynssburg Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Dfiilerln nml Munufncturerof Granite Monuments Marble IWlrd fir ttrren FlJClullrOlllro stud works Wnynesburg AsII INSURANCE Your house nay never burn You are sure to die See and talk with R M Newland who will show you the policy best adapted to your ago stud circumstances Claims paid prompt Dividends paid annually or deferred R M NEWMND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 Pennys Pennys Pennys Delighted Ii the cook that ncs Pennys Strictly Pure Extract Of Vanilla Vo have ctal lidied a largo trade on our Vanilla due to the delicate aroma it impart as well ns the economy in wing it 80M in any quantity nt lie an ounce Give it a trial and wo are nwiircd of a regular customer Our Extract of Lemon tit lOciui ounce has no superior t PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Gall und get one of these If not witwfaetory return it and get your mon ey back Good for react turkey hum etc Works on top of stove as well ill oven xj GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford Kentucky We are showing some choice patterns in Torschon French and German Val Laces Cambric Nanisook and Swiss Embroideries White Goods of all kinds from 5c to 50c per yard A cordial invitation is extended to the ladies W Perris HKentuc I I ltj Notwithstanding the advance in cotton we uinkotbcse i clOso v t fir A price lied and Bliid Calicoes pakoii finish Co yard ti7r Fancy Striped auto check Ginghams nt lie hardv f rv See what wo are Paring in Gingham Cambricj Percalei White and Colored Linen late 1 j STANroim KY MAR 20 1905 RUSSIAN Corn Cure removes corns In four day lOc Pennys Drug Store 1 j Slits HOCKKK mother of Mrs W 0 ft Sliced Is her guest- Miss Stir TAYKOR ENOLKMAN is with t friends nt Mlllersliurp MR JOHN MKHSIION of Somer 1 BOtVwas hero several days MRS FRANK A Leo of Middlcsboro tIs with Mrs J U Owslcy MRS JOHN LUTES who has been HI for norno time Is improving UFOIIO BRADLEY spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents at Winchester Miss MARY MOIILEY is the truest of Miss Mary E Dudderar at McKinney MRS W P WHITE is visiting her I s if sister Mrs John U Mershon at Somer i set I iMIss PEARL GENTRY went to Dan l eaterda to study the oral sys if tem Miss KATHRINK WARREN of Somcr V set spent Sunday with her parents here MltS JAMBS DUUDERAR of McKin noy Is tho guest of her son J T Dud ilernr Miss IiJt HOLDAM of Crab Orchard is with her parents at tho St Asaph Hotel MR W It COMIIBST of Casey is hero having Dr J G Carpenter treat his eyes Miss ALPHA NEWIANI of the East 1 I End Is with Misses Maggie and Por icnco Ow ttY AND MRS W 0 SPEED leave to day for loot Springs Ark to be gone rr a month or BO MR GEORGE B ELLS came over from Cincinnati to spend Sunday with tho homefolks Miss SAUIE TAYLOR WOODS has re turned from a visit to Mrs S M Allen nt Millcrsburg Tnt aged Mrs Mary Owslcy who has been sick so long was somewhat bettor yesterday MR WILL SEVERANCE went to Corbin u yesterday tD look after Severance I Sons store there t b J MR M F ELKIN went to Harbour f T vlllo Saturday to infuse new life Into the Maccabeo lodge there it Stanford are visiting Mrs J S Johnson Iancastcr Hecord MR THOMAS WALKER and slater j Miss May iodine Walker of Louisville L are guests at Mr A M Felands F Silts C H PAINS and little daugh tjr arrived from Boston Friday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs W I Tate Miss MARY MCROIIERTS went to Lou isville Friday to see Southern and Mar too in The Taming of tho Shrew MR FRANK WESTERKIELD of Parks yule tho aged father of Chief Train Dispatcher L M Wcstcrncld is criti cally Miss AUDIt MCCLARY who is study ing tho oral system nh Danville spent Saturday nnd Suuday with the homo folks here Miss BERTA GOOCH of Wnynesburg has accepted a position as trimmer with the Litton Millinery CoSomerset Mountaineer MR CEO P CROW the popular clerk for Woodson Sallee has resigned his t position to go on the road foran Eastern shoo house Advocate EDWARD COOPER who now manages the linen department in J Bacon Sons big storo in Louisville spent Sunday with the homefolks hero WE stand corrected It was Miss Mary McRoberts not Miss Mary Shel by In whose honor Mrs P M McKob erts received Tuesday morning Wo beg pardon MR COSSIE D SUTTON who made many friends hero while clerking for the gents furI Mr II J McRoberts nisher has returned to Mt Vernon and taken n position with U G Baker Miss BEam JEAN PENNY gave a whistling solo at an entertainment given by Danville people nnd she so pleas ied the audience that sho was called for and again Miss Marie Mahony played accompaniments on the piano for her It MAYOR W M ORRYAN of Owens bore spent a portion of Sunday hero to Richmond Mayor OBryan a number of years and has who were glad to see wasLN agent at Crab him Ho f while yandOrchard many there married a Miss Dillion diedI a decade ago t H cu Miss MATTIE HAYS ROCHESTER of Paris Is with her brother Mr Welch Rochester MR R B M Allow was to leave company with Mtnnt Mrs Harry Jefferson of this week for Cuba but ho has just received a letter from the general passenger agent stating that owing to tho quarantine which went into effect on the 15th of this month they were not In position to sell round trip tickets between New Orleans and Havana so he will have t give up his trip Mr Mahony says ho will go to Casey Instead t LOCALS SEEn oats for sale nt E T Pences SINGIN Skulo tonight at opera house DAVID J SMITH been appointed postmaster at Gilberts Creek CORE and hey a good laff tonight nt the opera house The SIngin Skule is the attraction FOIt RENT Tho storeroom on Lan caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply nt this office FOR SALK OR RExTill J K Van Arsdalos residence Possession given at once Apply to L R Hughes Stan ford Ky OUR streetsin frightful condi tion Marshal Jones and the street committee should do something at once to make them better IF the coal you are burning is not satisfactory buy a few bushels of Pleasant View Blue Gem you will like It J H Baughman Co LADIes desiring clamping should como and lice my new patterns Flosses of all kinds at my home at the h M Bruce property Mrs C Leslie Carter ION thebad weather of Saturday the baukrupt sale of George Simpson of the Shelby City section March 31 SeeHad next issue- WAYTEnA toy 15 to 2years of ago to learn plumbing trade One has a common school education and po bad habits I want one that has some etick at a tive ness Apply to S H Aldridge Stanford Ky PROMPT SETTLEMENT Mrs Margaret B James wife and administratrix of the late J W James has receive- a check for 5000 the amount of in surance carried by him In the Mutual Life Insurance Co of Now York rep resented locally by R M Newland TotlcilKDMr A G Eastland who spends a good deal of his time working insurance at his old home here ova touched to the tune of 25 on a street car In Louisville Saturday largo crowd was on the car and he di not discover his loss until ho went to pay his far- eNoTtttThere will bo held a dirt road court at the court houso in Stan ford Ky Wednesday March 28th 9 oclock A M and all the overseers o said roads In Lincoln county Ky are requested to meet at the appointed time and place with the judge of the Lincoln county court R C Warren judge Fo SOME fellow attracted a large crowd hero Saturday afternoon by brutally beating his horse which balked In some cities such Inhuman treatment to dumb brutes is not permitted but Mar shal Jones and his deputy Mr Mer shon evidently thought a man had right to wallop his own jackass any where and In any way as neither in terrupted KILLED BY A TRAIN John Hibbard white attempting to leave a moving freight train at Kingsvillc Saturday ev erring was thrown under tho wheels the top of his head being crushed and a number of bones broken Tho burial took placo in Mt Moriah graveyardon Sunday afternoon Mr Hibbard was about 21 years old rind a son of Robert Hibbard of Kingsvillc FATAL FALL Mrs Sarah Dunn Gaines of Danville aged 65 was killed by falling on tho pavement while try ing to assist a small child in from the snow and sleet Her skull was fractured and she died before members of tho household could take her into tho house Mrs Gaines Is survived by one son Fisher Gaines a leading merchant of Danville She was a sister of tho tate Charles Dunn of this county A STRONG BID Wd arc now nmking for your patrolmgc Wo are right hero nt your door with a Jnrgo and well selected stock of 91ew Spring Joocis We show the right styles and our prices nro as low and in many cases lower than you will find elsewhere t SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY II f cPERSONALS Missi9lEARLANDhlANNAALDRttxE- of 1eroute weekt FOR SALE Secondhand top buggy EO Walton n radISEE Mr J C McClary na Jeremire Robkins at the Singin Skull tonight PORTRAIT franca wall paper mat tings and carpets Tribble Pence IBmNG your prescriptions to Dr W N Craig for low prices and best service D C SIPPLE has for sale at his store at Jumbo shingles and locust posts at the lowest market price CALL and see my ofnew buggies Make your selection before they are picked over E T Pence A JOLLY TRAMP a splendid rural comedy has been booked to appear at Waltons Opera house March 28 TilE weatherbut it Is too utterly too too bad to talk about March Is prov yetIAGNES REED carved up LIzzIo Mc Kinney also colored 11a fight in Macksvillc Sunday night She is badly wounded FOR machinery such as binders mowers hay rakes rollers manure spreaders gasoline engines etc etc see J L Beazlcy liON HARVEY HELMS office is headquarters of the InterState Traction Co which will soon build a road from hereto Liberty A sign at his entrance reads The InterState Traction Co Incorporated LOSTAt McKinney soma point on the Q C between that place and Somerset a package of stationery ad dressed to M Green Mur phy KIngsville Notify this office if you know where it is and you will be rewarded IK you want idsyourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concentrated Crab Orchard Water It will do the work For sale by W B McRob tarts G L Penny W N Craig Stan ford and C W Adams Hustonville THERE will be an open session on next Friday night of all the literary societies of the Graded School There be an interesting program consisting o delineadevery movement will forward the interest of tho school Till lire alarm was sounded at 830 Sunday night and the fire laddies re sponded quickly Mrs J C McClary had struck a match on a dresser nndn spark from it set fire to somo linen stored in it The dresser nnd its con tents were badly damaged nnd the Mrsdlight damages To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Notice is hereby given that Tornado Policies Nos CC101 to C6125 Inclusive Issued for ConfYork have been lost or misplaced Said policies arc void and if found should be returned to the Continental Insurance Company of New York at Its Western Department 280 LaSalle Street Chica go III R B Mahony agent TilE Ladies Aid Society of tho Chris tian church held a meeting with Mes dames W P and C E Tate Saturday afternoon nnd after the routine work was completed the members spent sev eral hours sewing on a carpetrwhich thcI society will present to the C W B M college at Morehead These good woI men are now engaged in the most laudable enterprise of furnishing a room at that splendid institution of learning e WK have It on good authority that negotiations are under way fora return performance in our city about April 14 by that pleasing musical organization LadyQuartettereaders have heard this popular compa ny and no doubt everyone knows of the high favor In which its 10 years of suc cess has placed it The great variety and popular character of this compa nys program has endeared it to the hearts of American masiclovers until today it stands undoubtedly first in their affections Their new program is said to be tho best they have ever presented and no doubt their houso will be large hero if they are secured for an entertainment thelChristianroom at 2 Saturday afternoon HAVING lost my dwelling in Garrard county near Marksbury by fire Dec 21 1905 being insured under policy No F I 182517 of the Homo Insurance Co of New York I take pleasure in recommending the Home Insurance Co of New York to the property own ers for their very prompt and liberal settlement of my loss Very truly W C Greening No5 Campsie Place Lexington Ky Moral For insurance on your property against fire lightning and tornados see phone or write Jesse- D Wearen Lancaster Ky Phone 41 or 48 Office In Gaines Hotel or Jesse D Wcaren Stanford Ky phone 21 representing the above company in Ca sey Boyle Garrard and Lincoln coun ties Additional Local on Second Page FOR RENT Hnnm end lot In Htiitonvlllo flradcd Kcliool ilutrlct foal Improvements and gsal locution IS or IS netts ot KFUII nlso lor rent If wanted K 1 Carpenter More land Ky UMBRELLAS Itocorered and repaired and made almost M good at new for a shall amount I can Ox your umbrella better then the tramp repairers and for test money Give me a trial FHANK ATKINS Stanford Trees Plants Vines UltAHRNUHMIHstock and Orntimentrl Treft Ever YllwHllmllno agent Htrnwl end Gen oral Catalogue on application to linLKMKYKK A KONH HAVE YOUR colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orchard Ky the well known cas trator of horses and horse doctor Phone In Residence FOR SALE Kiirniof ssncm god i hlue grits and to thisffrom Huatonrlllclnml adjoins pike house of roomi kitchen Imck porch and cistern near kitchen linn now hnrn4hl1ft For Corals MclIAIUlUKH y 35 Farm Mules For Sale IAll broke and native bred You can see them by calling on me B G Fox Livery Feed t Sale Stable Danville Ky Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky e are prepared to write Insurance Life Accident Fire or TornadoA- nd solicit the Imilnras of tho citizens of till Hunt Find Koimlmt tho tft compan Its riprcnentnl- Oflicc with Crnh Orchard Banking Co Ilnvn a talk with ut lnforu placing your In kuraiuo of renewing old irallcli1 list your property with ut and we 8tJllit- for OUt churglng you only u small per tout POSTED We whose names appear below strictly furlild hunting tubing or any kind of tress our places and will prosecute Violators to the full extent of tho law Mr Kate Ador Kelchenbuch lirna Fred VonOruonlganAlbertVonoruenlgan- Fred VonAllman Fred Ilnumsnn Alfred SImpson George Holmes Nose Mattte II Hewet E Uelchenbach Charles Cummins Joe Hallou A 0 Dunn S M Holmes W K Amon W It Daugherty J Hoffman M D Elmore Peter W Tarter J Nevln Carter J E Bruce w F Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrlll F J Oonn John D Oamenltcb Sam Trowbrldge A D Root Charles Enstlln Frank CordierIMrs Hayden Welch Peter Halmer John Meier Samuel Lindner Jacob Gander Mrs Alice Lytle David Stephens Mary Hoffmann c L P Nunnelley J w Baughman CaritUma Orayton J O Carpenter Jacob Jtssweln Sam Dameron New Skirtst Wo have placed on sale our first shipment of New Spring Skirts They conic in Black nnd Fancy Colors nut in the gor ed circular and pleated styles Thee workmanship is the best Let u3T6h6w you New line ladies Muslin Underwear just in Jpood material mill well made I wry iCopyright Man 1906 ff byiho was not much of a horticulturist but he knew a he saw one there was not much dificulty in ijhnt pcnchi when you fee tire beautiful patterns in SPRING wo are showing you will readilyrecognize that they i PEACHES We have never seen patterns run prettier and the nroiare splendid for 81250 to 815 we will clothe you as weBnl Tailor will for 820 and for 818 to 20 we will sell you equal to 830 and 835 ones Come in and see the new e i CUMMINS customtniloredi t s lltltlrllrrtlllrllllrlllllllrltltttllllllllll h r WhiteGoods This is Eminently a WhitehGoods Season I We have a large nUll varied assortment of the above now ready for your inspection Persian Lawn 25c per yard India Linen 5c to 25c per yarddLinen Lawn 25c to per yard Dotted and Ernb Swisses 15 to 50c Soisette Oxford Batiste 25c per yd Plain and Figured Pique 15 20 and 25c per yard Linen Finish Suitings 12 l2c 15c 20c per yd Irish Linen 25c to 150 per yard Eggs taken at highest market pricetin exchange for goods L M HUEY COt Dry Goods Notions Five and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKYx J1111111111111 1 g re 7 The Interior Journal Entered in tlie PortOffice al Stanford ol Uonddats maths- PUDL1sfwD TUESDAYS AND KWIDA- TBJOO AT PER YEAR CASH IlWhen not to paid MOO wilt be charged Jesse W Sweeney pBornirro- BLivtcy FMd and Title StaMt Lancaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Upto date rip at reasonable rates New Hustonville Firm Having bought of McOormnck A Pencpck their Groceries llnrdwnrr share of the pntronnBO of tneVet End pto le We nlto have connection n folly Meat Mnrket nnd Lunch Counter We will buy good botcher tug nt Idghet nmrket hnvlnn n iplendld ment cutter we cnnlfurnlsh you with Wo iiUo btiy foallBD CARTER Successor to Bruce Oarter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial MenI Your patronage L solicited Hone on commission heck Pens In Connection NEW LIVERY STABLE lUlU ft CLABSSON Ircri JUNCTION CITY KY FIritOlais Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men sod Hay For Bain A Special Bargain One hundred nnd sixty norc form nbout milt Nortwott of Htnnford Good twoitory room dwelling R plead Idtock Imrnone of the best wntentl forma In the county nil neceuMiryoutbulldlngi Hplendld orchard 4oaere In blue rasa never tern plowed rbo whole faun In well and there Is no watto land on It Vive milts from Dnnvlllu and In n splendid community This Is n borgnht must tan old within next i do ijnuu locust posts con Iwl 1osaeafonitlvenlitunccFor Hughes Stanford Ky Give Me Your Order 1 Can Please You Why buy rendymnde clothing when there 10 little difference In tho price ot high suits nnd n suit nmdo to experiencedyourtailor n Winter Roods I can make from n low price business suit to the finest dress unit Alto overcoats trousers and fancy vests Tho company I represent Is one of the heat H C RUPhEY the Tailor qaf9 Traglor UIALCH IN WhlsK Brandy Wines Beer dears Etc KYQheePrompt and polite atltntlon Nothing I Ih bee to drink Mill phone cr ulegrapt orders receive- rrooptatttntlon J La Beazley aCo UndcrUKcrs and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur nituro MattingsRngs They will exchange Furniture for rah Kinds of Stock Give Them n Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY r f e1 cQa Urn e taker EuihahiKr and Dealer in HarneisSfiddlery dtC STANFORD KENTUCKY OfQcePbonj 117 Homo Phone 25 r t FARMERS DEPARTMENT H G Lutes bought 31 yearlingcatt- at 480eHazel Patch 202 brought 9000 al MilwaukeeIJ D Eads Son sold to J A Wood n horse for 135ITwo heavy work horses for sale W W White Moreland Lucy Wagers colored said to be 102 years old is dead at Richmond J E Lynn has 175 bales of millet ha for sale Call on him and get price FARMERS ATTENTION A choice lot of hemp seed for sale J B Walker Richmond Ky Peach crops in tho South generall were not greatly damaged by the cold snap Friday nightIL C Ewing bought for 28000 of Frank Martin his farm of 400 acres inI the west end of Boyle Reports from Georgia indicate the little damage was done to the fruit Crop by Fridays cold snap C R Martin sold to M J Farris his farm of about 45 acres three miles from Danville near the Stanford pike 2500 I pullets declined an offer of 5 a dozer for all the eggs that they could furnish Harrodsburg Herald Allen S Edelen sold the fancy saddle nare Highland Queen by Highland Denmark to Mr Braud of Louisiana The price paid was 450 Joseph Tark ington sold to J C Ray of Kansas City a fine black jack for 900 Advocate Watt Brown sold 12 cattle to Lincoln county parties for 31 to4c also 50 hogs at Gc ColTey S Hunn of Columbia passed through town Tuesday with six horses bought In Lincoln county for from 125 to 160 D A Thomas cashier Bank of Middleburg sold his fine horse to Southern parties for 250 Liberty T ews Overcrowded- It Is a pretty dangerous thing to al low your system to get overcrowded with undigested foodpoisons bile poisons bowel poisons Get rid of them by taking Dr Caldwells lax a time Syrup lepsin and you will right away feel such a wonderful change for the better that you will never let yourself get Into that condi tion again Safe and pleasant relief and cure for headache constipation biliousness etc Try it Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Uustonvllle at COc and 6100 Money back If it falls Marion Commapdery No 24 Knights Templar instituted a commandery in Somerset Friday night There were 10 who took the degree as follows Dr J M Amens George P Sallee J J Daugherty W M Heath J M Jamer son A Jr Crawford Ben V Smith M E Lewis and J G Dikeman Orders Disobeyed Thoyrderso General Health have been disobeyed when you feel under the weather weak tired irritable and sutler from headache constipation biliousness etc Tho only sure safe and permanent euro for this condition li Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It has a gentle autipn all Its own superior to that of powders and carthartic waters Try It Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C SV Adams Hustonvlllo at 50c and 31 00 Money back If It falls Shelby Ball who got two years for malicious shooting in Bell county was taken to the Frankfort penitentiary There are three other charges against him IE Da PeytonDBA- LKU IX Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford- commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Urn P o UlmnVi h11rs1lffanto Mrs P n iMlimH heir ft of Kale IlirMinnt to u Judgment of tho Lincoln Ireult court rendered In till nlxrve ntylod ictlon nt tint Ittbruiiry tvrm lira the under Jgtiitl loiter coiniiii liicr of snld court will on Moiuluy April n IIMJ Iwtwttn In ml house door in- 4tutronlKyaclliitpoblle outcry to tin mid lnst lihlikr tilt real i tnto here iniltiTilrMTlUd Tho mild real ittiK ton 1Mb of tluit triul of land Hltuutid In tin astern part of Lincoln county Ky which Aim ownitl liy tire PO Dunn ut the limit her tllnth It la IxiundiU on the North Khnlhonfietht south liy tae limd of Hiiniut1 Tureen1011 WllllniiiAlM9 Cnniplnll nod Ainiiiuln lllCKlnx uml on tin wist by till IlimU of Jliini Pnym At tint tliun of her dentil lrll liuiili wits IntUbtid in cvrtnln minis nod u sin retie lice oT the gteCtlan of her IndtbtrdiitHf to rllJOrhllI IlOrIi Ixllil Hiilllclont to pay thu uforomiild dohtx nor inucli us I1V uiul thu rent eta to iilmvo intiitlomil not tatlng iiuctptllilo of illvblon without iimUrlnl liiiiiilrint iit of Its mnlue thU Milo Mm ordered by the court for the purpoxi of jiiiyinu thu dubtn nliovit Kil forth tllstrlbutlni the houhl then iHtmiy ufttr piiynnnt of- teldetilittcosts IIIIIOIIK thin heir of Mn Dunn The silly will tee rondo on n credit of six iiiontlu and the iiurcliiiMtr will lit riMUlrr to give land tor thin price with t to tin com nilsIouernndle1ringintcreat nt tbu ruto of MX wrccntlwr annum from datn of ale IIlIt paid nnd to Mcuro the sumo u lltn will ret In on thin lund told GEO D SAUFLEY Itt C L C C ice ICentral Kentucky Real Estate EKbanf TITLE CO INo Two bouiM and loU situated to Crb Orchard with U aod onehalf Cree ol land uchctl lloth ere frame cottage one romlitln of t and tbt other ct rooms Stable two good uprlngi itc The buildings are new and Ibe htIor U a whole Price on the property ai a wbol 1300 No lS14 term of ae re one gad onebal mile nerlh HuiUDTllle on the Dantllle pike Two lIolllume dwelling seven room Terandi ball etc Floe young orcniM heringadklndcI- ntuitwelPwateredneterfallingaptlagt etc All fbta farm 1llllualJ In the beet section of Lincoln COllllll and It an Ideal home Ire houM bran and nil other new ftirjr outbuilding No 1398acree ofUnil In the town limit 01 Rowland about it acres bottom land and SI urea In woodland The place It well fenced and water ed water woika well and clilern story frain building 3 room hall Ttranda back porch iota flier klteben and ood cellar UooJ burn and all other Decenary outbuilding Including crib tnotrji etc In good repair fencing In tint vices vnler all wire letc It a btauilru lilacs a dnlrtbU home clow to town and lIIaell cheap ano on ccay term No HOA farm of 160 acre I mil beyond Kinney las well well Improved it rlflT pike No itnck birD box Balls shed on Ion tide and drlTOwi In dater 3 other barn 2 tenant housesroom brick reeldence and kitchen and all other necttiarr out buildings Bullolngt and fencing In loud repair place well wntered cistern at bun and house pond springs Ile About ItO acm In crus and the test In earl tUailon Price tOCOOO No 151Ito acre farm about mUe this slito Shelby ctl room cottage 2 porchee No good cellar food barn or undererlb isrolettallt crib good rellr and the fencing are tooderate Two tprlngs and good Abjut 43 acre In timothy and clover rest In woodland Price 14 30000 No II6A 220 acre l next Crab Orchard About i0acresIncublratlon and 45 acrv In pasture rest In timber About 7i bearing fruit treo on tbe plot 2 ttorr 8room dwelling Ordlnrytltbie and crib and a Tery mod tenant house Tbe buildings are In very but the lncu are noU Toe plc liwatered by 3 never falling iprlogj Tbltlta good stock farm and Is offered at a bargain Pile only 1250000 No t97O pin farm near ItuttoOTllle toed Iblrbrecouldthe fencing and bulldlag are In good condition This It one or the test farms In the county The rich and will produce beuip etc Truce 11300000 No Two ttorr trim dwelling 7 room hall and veranda lloou gtnlen fencing and how gooitrefttlr For ale or rent Irlct reuonaU No MfloulII and Ire sera of land In McKIn net Kr Necenary outbuildings Fencing loud and well watered 11111 this place on easy terms No 7329 acret of good land lilt rooms two story dwelling well watered good lancing It the suburbs ol the city ot Stanford close to Iraded cbool and caurchea Tkn It a dmrable bows Price reatonabl No 376 room frame cott and one acre land In Ky Large barn wok douse tc All building and fencing In good repair Price JWO No 2016P1 acres ol Und cottage of 4 room good hall and 4 porches iood barn and olber necessary outbuildings Fencing and building In good repair Place well watered a tplrndld well pt hoiueetc Land li all lerel and produces well Young and peach orchanl Tutu lotto It about 8 miles item town Price M500 No206A 220 acre fine In the Waynobuig ttcllon about 2 mllet rom 2 rail road ttatlont clot to post dmce Horn churches tc Laps between 2 county roads Rural Pro Uellrerr Itout Four room logbouaasplendld bsrnSlalsteetboxIng and bu two loud thcit It watered with nuera ling springs and a run nitg brtnch through Ibe p ace It bu gold lent lug and outbuilding Price fltM Terms easy No 205 acre farm iltuated on the Waynti tufji and lit Vemon road abMt 3 ollra tan or Wyotlbll tics a room cottage etc This Place belongs to a gentleman In Calllornl and be will tell II cheap and on easy term NoOOW arm 34 milt Iran Junction City 2 story 6 room frame dwelling good barn albs awoke house etc All In good repair loc udlog fencing 33 acr In grau and 23 acre In cullira tlon ioalotebantofpeacbve lumspplaetc A splendid grape ntrbar IfM grapes old In oDejcir Place clow to school churches end well watered medicated well at bout and slat well at bt jn elc Price Si5OO No fll Absut acres or land I Mile how Crab Orchark on Lancatttr pike A goud dwell tog well and all necessary lulblldlnft Place It nghl on tilk TOil II a good hums cud a coop place The owner of thb ropirly Ih ei at Mender and hit made up bit tulud to tell tblt place nwrtingmineralwaterrlgbts on place Ji can be bought at a bargtlu Les ut lor a prk No 1JA farm of 242 trrti A handtom niul crn 2 tu ry brick retlience nicely lumNhcd and up to late in every rurilru ar allure room on piece well located rents well This pnijuiry clot to tcsu In a gild ccinmunlty end It one ol ltd nicest in county largo barn the place It well watered and gap well not a he un II Th re li only about 20 acres In cuhlrailon sod test In u ttent tf fruit tree ic Toll an Ideal nomad a splendid form Trace tausable No I1ztI ecru of land lilllrg of room each Large lobteeo barn Ifl feet Itnelllo the Inn birn lo Llucoln county small tack hi- Thlspropertylate IxtwMU 2 gaud county rood icdS trading All the and ftcrlng are In grad repair Plate li well wit irtl iiTEoodtprlng tricks etc Splendid tobacco laud and barrels of tOro lo the acre Ibis onblalnecatmtutPiece of land In Uncolb county you are took log for a hr nln thll fllur chance Pdcechrap- flu 2000 acre of land InCaiey rOlloly Liberty end Columbia roads Twrle house and ll fldence rooms IS story kg Keatbeiboirdtd liwd barn Aleut 3W acre Incultlratlun llulldlngt In modern ihajie and fencing good Goal timber Well at house ipiloin nub running itttipsellebedlilac ihiouKb u a wbolofor IllOMJ oil Iy terms or will divide place to suit lurchatertNo A nice little S room cotUto All necet uryoutbolldlogeand a good Rinlen About r lulle from bit It cheap pite 4rlce cult No 217ul crt InmlD niUeol Phil iylory- loom dwelling lore house smoke bouu well All the bulldlcg and frcclrg are infilroonillllon Hood apple birlurd shut icret In cultivation rilL In tlmlmr Watered a never UlltOB well and welts ot ifuulb Fork IMceSSZOO No 2IU One raoint lot In Junction City at viulbeait turner of Lucut soil Irbfion tlrtelt routing 30 fret on Uroiion lire aid running South on Lucu drat feet Irlce JISo cub No HoeandIulooliignbeetIn Blan furU loud garden etc KTer lt lug iu good 1lr rice a60- t o 2M Nlte l room cotljlO snit acre of land located about wile trout Sbel r City The house dune cost tMl Wo will tel this place for aloe 1ISA DIrt IUlle store room and dwelling slave coutliilpguf several nicely fjrnltlied rooms grind bjru and lot atd all mcewary outbiilldltij rbl it In good repair tltualed on Mstu- dreetinStanford right inthebuiloeu porllon of own Tblt will lie wild of a btr ands IplenlId ollorluDItTlo tdnin one desiring n In builntti r and dwrlllpg bring owldued ill te a great ming In renlir No 905 acres of land near Crab Orchard 113A farm of 311 acre iltualcd tUint mile Irom etaufotd and a tulles from Crh tlrchard on IbItnrtof Oflar Crick lne plus it rut In shout n gelds and ceo ld nbIIYII About OH It lu cultivation Umber ulllclent tu keep up u1IIlurnt grin ry corn crib etc t water rIern at the door runnlni ttrnui bulIJlnlttogoldlu1excepttae Par No A f4rm of 100 acm abut guile from Btinlotd laps well and well watered A good lion of the firm lu blue gres A comfortable- Iweillog andalargohero This property f on a plendld pike Clow to echo rlatro 513 u re Xo 7010 acret of Und twostory front collage 7 rooms ball tiC llouieltnew a good garden and splendid orchard of one and one half acres fencing two stables Icjggy house tuibk house etc A tcooil well on lilac There Is also a good mill on tbe place a goud criiiber In mill It ram by natural tower which is great economy and the item Is In splendid this property It iltuated none of he heat farming district ol tbe county about mllra from Stanford there It always a and meal aa soon at Wewlllsellthis placofor1410 ft If a bargain Ibo bUlldloKuloDe could not be put up for liili money c No 115100 acre farm afont3 mile from town lope culllTullon well wnter id etc Smnltcothgof lour room large tuitn Irorerly well fenced etc 1rIe30peracre- No SeTen room dellln good cellar end SI acre land beset hllta wellandspring Ftnclni placeclOIIONo 7C00 acres ofland near Junction Cllycut In Sere Heidi 21 mere In cultivation nlln gnu a olea Ouog orchard and one of the wit gape her bon In Kentucky Party told 2600 iwundt ol grapes last year watered and fencing good Close to tchool and burchet A twottory coonsfrraredwellinggoodbarn crIb etc all In good pair 141n53l30 No fo9Toltorrrrme dwelling of six room two at dour aud all other oar outbulldlDm Alto large blackimltb thopCOiSOliidihedl lull length of shop and TerylowCentral Kentucky Real Estate k TltleOo Stanford Ky Dignity Dare No IW 0111 A H Ii U MiilioKony Imy lilnck points whltoonly on foot jviira old U 3 ImiiiU high weights Jill tmumli atrting lint liotio liciivy mono nod toll good bock with boil g cniitvy tniiorlnit neck set In bight mounted aliouMcri n Middle hortO hCI1 nod enroll hIm it model under wear blue atrhiK In nuxlcl rings wonderful atyle In linrnrtan ahow horM atlre When om yctir oM wurti pill honors In lita elites aWIItnkun S ycnr oldhowasahownIIthucaand wore blue ttrlnan him liner In dofoutcil In fancy liariieaa rlnitx hnR IHVII tllu victor In atnlllonatakurinit na n breeder ItIlIrnnil for nil puriKiiei Melon anddlo hone with live dlttlnct gone fart hue nrllng rllcktrCoolln two milks nnil n nice IOIMT very IIOtht In hIs true tinder anddlo and In hurries treat nil iiround net hut us In rv qulnrlfor nn Uitodul sin of lilKli tirlctnl IlIle hones for saddle or liarnesii lie U n aiin iioiiKli harness horse urncffnl adylle- hnndhtstcunahowelghthaii 11 McomU n ttciiit with lint Untie liniidllni did this lnstfall Ollt IIlhlr nIngIll mnree- In the liming ilela leaaarael of wonderful nerve and speed enough to Ret n trotter for routeenlargehnndMcme tlIILIIIltIl1IIt the horse to dire imrkers stvllsh gnice till sulutnnev nnd docility lint been Klyenupby tint he Is sue ot till iiHwt uniform brveders In Kentucky He tyea Ids udts after hlniftelf hue never aired n sorrel colt Thu moil prolltnblo horse for thu ftrllltr nlll antnll brveder to produce Is tho horse which aerw tint widest rntiiw of ofPhuufrom the oldest to the youngest of bin costa tutee lieen ottered for nod sold for nn nvernge of Sjll nnd the nvenge nut of them Is 3 years and u tilonth- ePellInexKlrctl by Cluster I nn in N leyItlnrkby Wiulilimton iHnmurkni he by diilnt livnmnrknl he h nice hone IVniunrk K Hooh tt11ip lietleefort IHRtiltys llrnt dam fl1ltlI11lIth olrhiiMxIt No fi A byIysdlekaand dram Is by Alxlnlliih 5lcsaeugunkl diiin by Hills Vermont Ith dnm Thorouuhbrvd U floliinonf first dnm null no by Almont Forest wt- Trekslligtlty hart will innki the Mn son of tllGo my stiible In lluotonvllle Ky nt ItMo linnru ii llvliiff cult when fonlcd Mares tnulcil or nmovtil forfeit liuimmct nth money IMTOIIW title nnd mutt be ht at time of such triinoictlon Slnrvs Kriixcij rat 111111r nutith and bills to Is lIIldI- Itlll nnsovni of trans IIrnlll fed K dctlntl nt renoonnble rates Mnresiiitrtinted to me will nth my iori oniil ntlentlon but I wlllnotlitroslarlslhlfornccldenta or cs copes Phone In residence nt Illlitonvllle Ky IlHlAUPKNTKIt Col Bird 40566 Jill horse foaled fail llretl by 1It C p1 Veil ijiuvlllf Ky Hired bytfclllnn Thief No tlAtri sire of6iyeir oldswIlh reconis oJ 1111 or Intter by eclllnn2t191sire of In list No- wmt218slrif5nndliuonmlussirecif nOlI1tlIe Wllkeatct lly liinilxttn Wllke ItsableofllwIthrecordsofI0orletterS- uindttn Knl IHvl dain of lonl Humrall llr5gtlownnS1114elnortrantuorlus sirs titatcud Krnmlam of llIlt Cheek 1 IIW Illory ilnnlns andhoeIlrteely7 alreof Al 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JolnjMo dour of two llv Measetiger imnw No ale t4 nml lilx luaghters lave pralueel over HI till thllll llyuflntli tlani of Mecca tV yt nnd one other tad grand dnms of Ihcrry Omit MiiMiivltv 2 line Kurlld 2 2s ltttsln i yfi nnd othern Hy Viltintecr Itt of ill mid daughters hiivi prCMlucril- SilthilamCInrndiimof licxter S ITS Al tdpde71treIrlunliiftliens nnd 1110 lituly lK xter lent of Dextir Prlnof by AmerlnHli Htlir II sire of four ulld drama 0 Tlhiliiiil McKlntry iiuiii daft of Hlilirk t7titidgruaddnutaof Ihxlcr Aleut nnd other Orlllail bier2271is n very VOIIIIK liars yet he hnntl 0 h131 trnltlnu reconl of 4sIor letter etch minle whun they were but twoyenrM old He tin fliiimplon tin of Fair winner In HIM Vcllliui 2 ItA1u11 brother to JtiinnetfUo ell 2 ll Ceclllti 51 2 lot attas Veil 51 2 HlllilldSalinntHVen tar 2 olt Hlnnl lv Jiiiiiliettii the iilent llv Inuslre lt dnm lonnnle V jjdnin olfl rlllllllZ IV Jennnette Veil 211 I M1III1- 11ri2ivi Mix Veil m 22I lilllllln 2vu- nnd tWll lKHlr l y NutwcMNl 21et1 afro aril ureuteht Hlrt IhllIl or dead mid the greutei Ire of brood Inures thnt buns ever niiiifiiriil Kccoiul drain liillliilidaninf fin tir sire of two rienientllie VfM ndJlunltt sfSidam of fij Delta ilnni 0 Kmina DITntti M Norvlllc I iUKiiimer 1IIIttI OnhIt l14kaiuiiiiiursl I1S I 11tlkimrat2b Crelttuez sod IIIOllverJoliUilillhZil Innln l1lreol one dam dnm of luldln Kid 1I1 h1 Administrator Sat sire of nevernl iinildiimsof niiiiiv ilnl dnm Mnrv Klinoro duet of Cleveland 2h and Kranil diinm of 7 Hy Miiiiibrlno- Ith elrc of two its by Htnr DuvN 3h dam by Tom Orowder Ceclllan Is the slnsof In stand ard time and hue one daUKuter the dam of 2 Moat likely tin vonnncKt niari In the great hood mare lIot Wllkes tlm irreatust slro of extreme SIHM thin world liax ever known HtnntlM neconil us iho Krelitent Ire of standard horses and Is till gnu test standard mine II vliitf Ho wits alMi liiBclmmiilon sire of premium horses at till great World Kulr In lMi 001 Hlrd WfM has size finish and action In brceillim Itu In M tin very iKst and Kra pit known to tin trotting world Ills blood line In every direction trace to the greatest the ln Ht known to tilt to this trotting turf As a alma ho should very great II HlAIUiTtn uetonvhl tt Ky t Spring Shoes l To Delight the Eye and Comfort the FeetaThere arc two necessary requisites nt most any tjnio of the year 1m more in spring you know that after n cold unit cheerless winter we gladly welcome the newuws of life that the beladifulspring sea on brings with it Wo like to lay aside our dull and heavy garments and lull something new and bright that will delight the eye nod bring cool comfort to the hardy Hero you find everything now and attractive as well as comfortable Brad Low Priced Stylish Clothing Shoos and Oxford ami Gents Furnish ings and Dry Goods You know that we stand behind the goods tlint we sell wlmtrtvcr it may want to entire spring outfit and after n careful in eitectlnu of our stock- lyouuwilllho l4 eager to buy as wo arc to sell Prices well always as low If n legitimate store can allbnl to make them SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 15000CQf DEPOSITS January I 1906 24600000 s OFFICERS S S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J II OwsLKr Stanford 8 II BIIAMK Stanford 0 W OAKTKII Turnvrivllle W CUM m flu IntacliprtTllle I 0 Goocil Wajnotburj W II TIUYIOH Qllwru Creek its L lltiHtirK IancMter W 0 WALKKK Stanford J II KOSTKII Stanford W IL HIIAXKK Stanford J II IAXTOX Stanford- Werrslsctfully solicit the altflUllt of InllYliliinli KlniHtiiul Corporntlont hanks and Itiinkiri nnd Hr pniwrvdlu furiilh rill drpoellone Such arr ntni diuion its are roiulitrnl wit ante bonking Modern IV oiU llosr In our vault for uv o ol our dittanier First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital StocK 500001 Tills Institution was orlRlnallr et blttheC aa the Deposit stank of Stanford In 1191 then reorganised as the National Hank of Stanford In ltd and again reornanliod a tbe Flrtt National Ilmk of Stanford In 1112 haTlng had practically aa unlnter rupteJ existence for is year It la better supplied now with faclllUei for transact ing botlncts promptly and well than ever before In lie long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Offlotra J I iiOOKSIl Preit e BT IIAHHIS V Free J J MCROIIKHT3 Ohr W U WKAUKNAsit Ube Directors T Reid DtBYlIU I T lards dtanfora tKM II Eltnore Stanford S HauKhman Stanford T r11111 Stanford Jai Robinson Hubble J II Ilaucbtnan Stanford J U Icttut Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford 11UY YOUK J Collars Hanes Collar Pads Backhands Trace Chains Plow Lines FencingWirer Staples Ratchets Grub Tools c from George DII Hopper Stanfos ye Hardware Groceries Tinware Queensware Tiling Etc ocoT GOODS LOWEST PRICES YOUR WANTS+ IN 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 McRobertsDRUGGIST 11 1iit60XAi 8iiicrrinioii given to rill Prescriptions coiniumiulvd IfV6 N 1 N7171 Conlpotlndl 1 C- NT41N1N Heroin Coiniioiind Cniics Heroin WHEN BABY FIRST JIKGINS TO SNKEXE GIVE Craigs Heroin Compound IT CURES THAT HOAIWE AND CROUPV WHEEZE AND STOPS THAT RATTLING SOUND 25cliOc AND glOO SIZES AT CRAIGS DRUG STORE