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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL j VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 27 1900 NO8 IHere ad There Frank E Moores Mayor of Omahn 1is dead Former Mayor Anhbridge of PhiloIdclphia Is dead Monroe Evans died at Milleraburg or pneumonia aged 78 Louis Gammer 65 years of age Is at Mlddlesboro 1dead threo year old daughter of Na thaniel Collins of Brinkley was burned to deathA and her child died at Alba ny Ore as a result of a mysterlbus Dundon was found dead Ina held near Fulton Death was duo o heart disease John D Rockefeller it is stated travel the process services to visit his new grandson in New York A J Coffee former Deputy Circus Clerk of Scott county died en route tc Texas where ho was going for his health Rufus Johnson and George Small both colored were hanged in New Jer say for the brutal murder of Miss Florence W Allinson Miss Annie Sweeney of Bourbon county was thrown from a runaway horse and sustained injuries which it is feared will prove fatal Joseph Miller baggagcmaster on a local C 0 train shot himself in the throat in an attempt at suicide in his car near Winchester Ills brother was burned to death recently In a ca booso and this is assigned as tho cause of his act NOT A PATENT MEDICINE Hyomoi a Scientific Treatment for Catarrh by Breathing Medicated Air Ever Inco Hyomcl has been known Us formula hm been given to physi clans druggists and In fact to nil Intelligent pcopla who could appre ciate the true merit of this combina t tlon of healing gums oils and bat same of which It Is composed Many leading physicians endorse Hyomel ttfid pre crlbo It for catarrhal troubles In fact quite a few of them use It themselves to break up a cold and prevent pneumonia They regard It as a natural yut wjlontlilo way of curing uatarrh nrcathed through Urn pocket Inhaler that convey with every outlll Uyomel destroys all catarrhal germs In the alrpartinges of tho throat and nose soothes and heals tho irritated mucous membrane and olTcotuallv drives from tho system nit trace of catnrrhal poison No oar rfhould confound Hyomel with the patent medicines that mire nIl vcrtUcd an rntnrrh ours It III as su perior i them all an tint diamond Is store valuable Umn oJioap glass Tln complete Hyomcl outllt consist mil ofa mol pocket inlinlor a medl inrdroppcr MOil a boucle of Hyomoi usts but S1 and extra bottlo can lsc obtaimd for 50 cent making II the most economical method of curing atarih a wull as the most rollablo Penny has sold u grant many Hyomoi ii utiiU and has seen such remarkable r in Us from iu use that ho sells It under an absolute guarantee that It iihtu nothing unions It euros A laborer breaking stone recently or tho roadside at Wanborough England tho silo of tho old Roman camp dis covered ring which ho sold for a few shillings Experts now pronounco it to bo of great interest and value An in scription on it seems to show that it belonging to Huewas a betrothal ring cried ling of tho Mercians who mar ried Ethelwitha daughter of Ethel wulf King of Wessex in tho year 853 Sohoo Childrens Dyspepsia Tho common form of dyspepsia or lulllloll lon which stops tho growth imlod tho checks weakens tho system of HO many school children Is often duo to Improper or too quickly eaten lunches Whllo seeing to correction ofthooauso It Is also Important to ouro tho disordered conditions of the stomach anti bowels This can bo done by no other mcdlclno so safely and surely us by Dr Culdwolla laxative 5Syrup Pepsin Try It Sold by 0 L Penny Stnnford und C V Adams Hustonvllle at 60e and 6100 Money Lack if it falls Homer Leigh M ugge You say you were Insane when married mel How are you going to make n jury be Rove Mrs MuggcOh Ill have you ex hlbUcd in court CUfED Corn Exit will positively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant sand eve absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns aVo not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A tattle of this great preparation only costs 16 cents and nothing if a perfect cure Is I not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky MATRIMONIAL Rev C L Stump and Miss Jane Huff were married in Laurel Henry CVe aged 75 and Miss Ellcn Monks 38 were married at Pittsburg Garret Markland aged 20 and MIi Anna Uelvfns 14 were married at ingsvlllc Thomas Chance of Georgia couldn decide between two charmers and killed himself- Everett Yocum aged 20 and Mki Nona Lay 16 were married at Hev Longs near Highland Sunday Henry L Hay and Miss Rosa II Kauffman both of the Ellisburg sec Lion of Casey will bo married at tho brides home on the 29th H H Cavanaugh 74 years old wui granted a divorce last week and a fcv minutes later ho was married to Ira Hello Adccck 27 years clJ Both lire residents of Hopkins county William Clark Assistant Postmas ter of Somerset and Miss Mattie Pctty one of tho corps of trained nurses or the Somerset Sanitarium were mar tied at the brides home in Lexington- F J Pctrey and Miss Jessie Albrigh were married at Eld J G Livingston by that gentleman Mr Petrey ii iron Knoxville and his bride is the pretty and popular daughtcrof Mr Uriah Albright of the East End J M Mayo of Indian Territory and Frederick Anderson of Oklahoma ad vcrtiscd for wives rccievcd replies and at Munfordvllla Miss Clara McCorklc became Moos bride and at Hender son Miss Fannie Kerr was married to AndersonMr Mcllargue n prosperous am clever farmer of the West End and Miss Mary Bello flute of Tyrone Oklahoma were married at the rat dence of Rev T H Coleman in Dan villa by that gentleman The bride daughter of the law Gco W hills Following a quarrel with her sweetheart Miss Eula Reeves committed sul ride at the home of her parents near Glasgow Sho took itrychninoand just before death came gave into the keep ing of her mother a bundle of love let ters with the request that they be burled with her CHURCH MATTERS Rev 0 M Hucy closed a very suc cessful protracted meeting Wednesday evening at the Baptist church there were 21 additions Somerset Journal Rev J P Harrington of Versailles has been called to tho pastorate of tho Franklin Street Baptist church Louis yule and has notified tho directors that he will accept While preaching to his congregation in Carson Iowa the Rev J B Lentz pastor ofn Latter Day Saints church was struck by lightning death follow- Ing in an hour Calvary Baptist church is the name selected for the new church to bo erect ed on Swift Avenue Lexington by the congregation now worshipping at tho Upperstreet Baptist church The building Is nearly completed and will be dedicated about May 4 Orders Disobeyed The orders of Gvnurul Health huvo been disobeyed when you feel under thowoathor weak tired Irritable and suitor from headache constipation biliousness etc Tho only sure safe rind permanent euro for this condition Is Dr Culdwolln laxative Syrup Pepsin It has a gontlo action IIIIIN own superior to that Of pills pow tiers and carthnrtlo waters Try It Sohrby 0 L Penny Stanford and r W Adams HustonvUlo III flee IInti- SIOO Money back If It falls A spark from n carpet tack which dropped between two cogwheels caused tho Phoenix powder mill eight miles east of St Louis IILto explode end two men were killed Six boys were injured near Evansville as the result of a cigarette being dropped into n can of powder Marlin Spongier ono victim will die Tho memorial to Gen Joseph Wheel erto bo held in Atlanta next Tucstlay promises to bo a most notable gathering of Civil anti Spanish War veterans from the North and tho South The event has assumed almost n national aspect Physicians attending Gov Pattison of Ohio neither affirm nor deny a story that cancer of the prostate gland is his real malady of which the kidney trouble Is only a complication The doctors hold out no hope of recovery The three children of Junius Bachcris were burned to death in their homo tear Oxford Flu during the absence of the parents IWhurc is tho editorHes in the back room writing a letter from Panama p H S Hood wanted at Nashville for grand larceny and embezzlement was arrested at Somerset I NEWS NOTES The drys won at Berry Harrlso county by six votes Judge James Flanagan aged 86 died at Winchester Ho was a personal friend of Henry Clay Richard Ivens charged with the murder of Mrs Bessie Jollistcr ut Chicago was sentenced to hang At Bedford Ind Edward Matthews formerly of Bowling Green was killed by several tons of cement raving in on himIn a rearend collision on the Chesa scako Ohio near Salt Lick P D Paynter of Ashland was fatally in jured Miss Prudio Ford a student at the Hartford Ky college ended her life in Rough river because she had been accused of committing a theft Col William Ewell Peters professor of Latin at the University of Virginia died there Friday He served as a Colonel under Gen Jubal Early in the Confederate army from 1861 to 1865 J W Hodapp president of the Ho dapp Hominy Co of Seymour Ind and one of the largest grain dealers in that section of the State committed suicide by hanging himself to u gas jet Mrs John Jefferson of Kokomo Ind swallowed supposed headache powder that had been thrown on her porch as an advertising sample It proved to be poison and the woman died in a few in Auburn Logan county cit izens are protesting against cats being permitted to run at large at night and an ordinance is to be introduced by the Town Board prohibiting felines to be out after dark under penalty of death Tho price of coal in tho Pittaburgdis tract is advancing rapidly and largo or ders are being received from manufacturers from Cleveland and Chicago Tho critical situation at Indianapolis has caused a rush of orders from all points Union freight depot of the Louis ville R Nashville and Chesapeake Ohio at Winchester was burned together with large quantities of rieght The books and papers of the road were also burned A new depot will be erected at causes of action alleged in a suitor the Mutual Life Insurance Company against Richard A McCurdy former president ask damages amounting to 3125000 to reimburse the policyholders for money wasted through unfaithful ness and neglect II At a funeral at Brooklyn Md Walter Potco while insane shot nine per sons two fatally set fire tp the house and after a fusillade between himself and bystanders was found dead when officers burst in to recover the corpse of his brothers child Tftlmago Fender of Bedford Idkilled himself while his parents were at the funeral of his brother Two brothers and a sister had died of con sumption and realizing that he too would soon yield to tho disease ho fired n bullet into his abdomen A letter written by John A McCall ex president of the New York Lifo In surance Company to President Orr just mnde pnblic states that Alexander Hamilton was employed with the posi tive agreement that no accounting of funds intrusted to his keeping be re quired The Greene and Gaynor case nt Sa vannah has entered upon its 12th week The defense has Jut eight or 10 more witnesses to introduce The govern ment as it now appears will introduce none in rebuttal so that it is thought con1eludeThe Department of Justice will take official notice of the lynching in Chat tanooga Tenn of the Negro Johsnon in whoso case tho Supreme Court of the United States Monday granted the right of appeal which acted as a stay of his execution Steps have been tak en by the department looking to an in vestigation of the matter The United States District Attorney for that sec tion will bo instructed to make a thor ough investigation of the lynching and if tho facts obtained seem to warrant it proceedings under tho Federalstat utes will be begun against the participants Always Keep Chamberlains Cough Remedy In the House Wo would not bo without Cham berlains Cough Remedy It is kept on hand continually in our home says W W Kearney editor of ttyj Independent Lowry City Mo That is just What every family should do When kept on hand ready for Instant uso u cold may bo checked at tho outset and cured In much less thno than titer it has become scttlcd ii thn system This remedy is without a peer for croup In children and will prevent tho attack when given as soon as tho child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears which can only bo done whenltho remedo Is kept at hand For solo by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky L 1 CRAB ORCHARD George Harris has received his new Spring gouda The smallpox is now confined and oili health officials aro using every prevent- Ive and have it under complete control Our new butcher shop is doing a rush ing business so the proprietor Mr Rid die Informs us His beef is certainly good whether his trade is or not The farmers about here are looking a little blue on account of the bad weath er But cheer up behind the clouds the suns still shining if Itisntnight Miss Bettic Higgins is spending a few days in Louisville Misses Maggie and Mile Pleasants hare accepted business positions at Middlcsboro and left for that place Sunday Crab Orchard Is booming in the way of stock trading and trafficlng If it increases in the next three months as it has in the last it will have a market as good as any town in the adjoining countiesThe Club meets regularly and tho membership book is filling up so if you want to get into the making of Crab Orchard II just come in and we will be only too glad to enlist you and listen to the suggestions you may make Andew Dillion and wife of Liberty were up Thursday and staid until Sat urday He says the Casey county peo plo lived fine during the recent bad weather all of them eating three times a day and sitting around the fire be tween meals Mrs Sallie Pennirigton and Miss Thel ma Bryant have gone to Oklahoma to visit Mr McWhorter and daughter Miss Mabel were called to McWhorter to see his mother who was ill andwho lied Miss Jennie Pennington is the guest of Miss Lena Napier Miss Emma Farris is with friends at Brodhead The Crab Orchard Hop Club which vas organized a few days since has set each Tuesday night for Its meeting It invites all the young ladies and gentlemen in this vicinity to participate The membership is increasing rapidly so all who like the soul stirring music and whirl of the dance be sure to time next Tuesday and then you arc sure to come to the next IN MEMORIAM The death of Mrs Mary Ann Sutton removed from earthly scenes a splendid woman loved by all who knew her for her gentleness of character She was the widow of Alexander Sutton who preceded her to the grave some 15 years She was 61 years old and had been an invalid for a number of years the is survived by tour children who wero all present at herdeath Mrs Taylor House of the Walnut Flat section Mrs Loyd Bourne of Garrard and Samuel and Butler Sutton of Dewitt III Mrs Sutton was born and reared in tho Bettis section of Garrard county where she had many relatives and friends She removed to this county lost fall to make jeer home with Mrs House In her early womanhood she united with the Baptist church of which she was nn exemplary member Her funeral was conducted at the Lan caster Baptist church by Rev Ellis as sisted by Rev Nelson of the Methodist church A FlUEND Gallops for Aida hen your stomach is all upset your liver In bud shape your bowels out of whuck your head like to split und every nerve In your body on cdgo Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin gallops for old and you get It It clears out your poisoned system brings rush clean blood snpply to all your digestive organs awl restores to you that comfortable feeling of perfect health Sold by Q L Penny Stan ford and C V Adams HustonvUlo nt Me rind 8100 Money buck if it fails It had been reported that Mr Rocke feller Sr had evaded the subpoena servers who have been lying in wait for him for months in behalf of Attorney General Badly of Missouri and had paid a flying visit in an automobile to his sons home In West Fifty fourth street When the report reached John D Rockefeller Jr ho said there was not a word of truth inlt A college professor says that 20 years from now women will be ruling the world 1 dont doubt it I see no immedi ute prospects for man gaining tho su premacy Pittsburg Post It will not cost you u cent to try Chamberlains Stomach und Liver 1ublets und lhtiIIIC excellent for itonihch troubles and constipation let u free sample at Dr W N Craigs ihopopulardrugglstliit Stanford Ky Gov Bcckham ave as the reasons or vetoing a bill that tttis useless xpensive and u WScither was ulficient for a resort to the executive ax With all three combined the knock loUt was Imperative Frankfort Jour nnl 4 b ddt Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac cordeons Concerlinas Harps Har TalkingMachinesUptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Mr J B FinleyI Ia Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky Sugar is Advancing but 1 Still Gets 20 Pounds at the store of IIH HIGG1HS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY L iii uiJ Dan Hester Agent Stanford Ky Ie HOME BUILDERSI 1 You are now planning your houso to build this sensor Dont FIREFIREFIRE forget these filch about Tin Rooting you know the feeling three words give n IDu If you hue n tin root there will bo 50 Jeer propcrhIof firo nt your house When you think it will last it is the cheapest and hest to consult mo and get prices before you on LYOIIs HALD Depot Street fGE s J L The Interior Journal C WALTON fEI TilE president of the American Te cphone and Telegraph Company in annual report to the stockholders proposes the establishment of n nn tional telephone system In which every subscriber can bo connected with overy other subscriber throughout the land To this end he has entered into a con tract for the gale of 100000000 oC convertible bonds Tho number of telephones in use at the end of they 1S05 wag 5698258 The company reports 0043515 miles of wire in its system 87212 employes 44i9500OOO overwiro talks 21712831 gross earn- Ings These figures are not Inclusive of many independent telephone companies The business is taking on vast proportions It is a pleasure to be informed that the charges for service are to be steadily reduced as operating cost has been reduced througb economy of installation standardiz tion of apparatus and tools and improved engineering and construct method THE officers of the life insurance companies who contributed a portion of the companies funds to political campaign committees committed larceny is the opinion of Justice OSullivan of the New York court of general sessionsi He held that larceny was committed by the officers who authorized such contributions and charged the jury to investigate as to the responsibility for fisuch crimes This opinion is direct r opposite to the one on the same subject which was submitted to Justice OSull van by District Attorney Jerome sev oral days ago I REPRESENTATIVE WILLIAMS of Mississippi introduced a bill in the I National House to establish a District Court of the United States for China and Korea which shall have jurisdiction in all cases now under the juris diction of the United States COnsuls and Ministers by virtue of treaties be tween the United States and China and the United States and Korea The court is to hold sessions at Shanghai Canton Hankow and Tien Tsin China and at Seoul KoreaR- EPRESENTATIVE HEARST has introduced a bill in the Hopse to increase IIthe salary of the justices of the Su preme Court of the United States to 20000 per annum each As the judge get big salaries and are permitted to retire with full pay at ages that most men are in the prime of mental vigor it would seem that BHlioa effort seems to be in the wrong direction He claims always to be on the side the p0pidt THINGS must be squally down at Frankfort A friend of our brother editor of the State Journal has presented him with a big pistol and not Mr Walton is daily engaged in targe practice If he becomes as good a marksman as the maniac who shot nine people at a Maryland funeral he wil for Lieut Govprove a dangerous man Thome Senators Dellaven and Sewel and little Tommy Toodles Drcwerj to fool with a TUB members of the Senate of 1906 presented Lieut Gov Thome with a handsome silver tea service as a token I of esteem for him at the opening of the session Saturday The speech of presentation was made by Senator n George W Ilickman of McLean count ty who said that the token of love and esteem was meant as much for Mrs Thorno as for the Governor Presi dent Thorne responded in happy fash IonTun Atlanta Constitution talks hoss sense when it says It is somewhat reassuring to see in the rehanding of the Caleb Powers case to the Kentucky court an evidence that some measure of selfgovernment is permitted in the States Now if the interstate question of immunity from extradition could be settled in the interest of State rights Kentucky might at last bring the Goe Itbelassusslnsto justice If THE statement is made that the orig inal docket of the supreme court has not been called since 1877 and that I Chief Justice Fuller has announced that i it will be called up April 9 The pur pose is to require litigants of this class to explain their delay in presenting their cases in the hope that some of them can be eliminated from the docket The list includes some 20 cases TilE newspaper men of the Eleventh District organized Saturday at Corbin by electing D W Clark of the Bar bourville Advocate president P L Metcalfe of the Corbin Times vice president and W M Neal of the Mid dlesboro News secretary and treasurer f They were elegantly entertained by the citizens of Corbin ON the ground that it was excessive Wright of Chicago set aside a Set awarding Mrs Davis 4000 for stolen kiss The judge who no doubt few knows whereof he 1hasstolen a affirms when he says that the price fixed by the jury is exorbitant f t EDITOR ALBRIGHTS explanation in the Jit Vernon Signal of Hon R W Millers ability to unite all factions as the democratic nominee for is entirely satisfactory We governorI nominate and elect him the admin tration standing- forces to the contrary l1otWith1 TilE Casey County News has rounded out its second year under the efl1cient management of Mr Henry Thomas who is not only a clever gentleman but n good newspaper ma- nPOLL The condition of Gov Pattison ofl Ohio continues alarming The Legislature is still wranglingI over the rectifiers tax rate than probable that it will be IJc per appointment of Reginald T Tow er as British minister to Mexico in sue cession to Sir George Greville is an announcedThe against the performance of such plays as Uncle Toms Cabin The Clansman and others likely to create race prejudice has been signc sealed and delivered By a unanimous vote the Nation Mouse Committee on Judiciary agreed as forecasted that insurance cannot be regarded as interstate commerce and decided to make a report to the House to that effect Alton B Parker of New York has authorized the statement that he did not while in the South or elsewhere discuss the impossibility of a second nomination for Mr Roosevelt Neither did he suggest Mayor McClellan for the presidencyThe House committee on Federal relations recommended the appointment of a committee to secure the cooperation of twothirds of the States toward calling a constitutional convention with the object of providing for the election of United States Senator by a direct vote of the people The Federal grand jury at Covington which convenes April 2 will investigate charges that Dr W Godfrey Hunter former Minister to Guatemala and former Congressman from the Eleventh Kentucky district accepts campain contributions while he was making the race against COngressman D C Edwards in 1904 Representative Dawson of Iowa is being discussed by Republican leader to succeed Representative Overstreet jf Indiana as secretary of the Republican Congressional Committee It Is generally conceded that Representative Sherman of New York will be named hairman ot the Republican Congressional Committee and Representative Tawney of Minnesota is still the most lisrussed candidate for vice chairman IN NEIGHBOR NG COUNTIES The wife of Rev F M Hill of Rich pond is dead T C Aarons aged 74 died at June ion City Sunday James Woods fell from the bridge ov er Roundstono creek at Livingston and was drowned Fred Moren of Laurel was accidentally shot and killed by John Bryant at labersham Tenn A four year old son of M L Burton of Adair county was fatally burned while the father was burning grass Young Epperson a student ip the larbourville Institute died at his carding house of brain fever The remains were taken to Flat Lick his ome for interment Fire destroyed the meat store of mith Brumfleld at Nicholasville The contents and fixtures were covered by insurance but there was no Insurance on the building Nelson Horn shot Winfield Crow of Ugh Bridge three times fatally wounding him The trouble arose over a division of raft logs The fight took place on a raft in the middle of Kentucky river Em mett M Dickson district deputy grand exalted ruler of the B P 0 E- has notified Somerset Elks Lodge No 1021 that it will be installed Wednesday April 4 There will be about 30- to go through Mrs James Magruder is dangerously III at Lebanon Junction with smallpox The house has been quarantined and all precautionary measures taken so a spread of the disease beyond the members of her family is not feared Before leaving home with her husband for a short visit to relatives Mrs W Brown of Mercer county took all the hams from the smoke house and- put them in a box and the box under a Brown went home and found the smoke house empty His wife had failed to inform him S25 for bloodhounds and two days following tracks and when his wife got homes told where the hams were Afflicted With Rheumatis- mI was and am yet aflllcted with rheumatism says Mr J C Bayno editor of tho Herald Addington Indian Territory IIbut thanks to Clmin oorlalns Pain Balm am able onco more to attend to business It is the- best of liniments If troubled with rheumatism give Pain Balm a trial aQd you are certain to bo more than pleased with the prompt relief which It affords One application relieves the pain For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stanford Ky ou Hugh Burchell aged32 is dead nt Harrodsburg Near Couchee Tex a Mexican mad dened by jealousy slew two women A nervy policeman saved a Negrt from being at Oakland Cd New York annrchists are raising funds to pay for the education of Jo hann Mosts two sons Nine persons were killed and 12 in jured in a wreck on the Chicago and Northwestern 30 miles from Casper Wyo caused by a washout At tho Yellow Creek mine near Mid- dlesboro Alonzo Lynch killed James Sizcmore Lynch used n razor and al most severed Sizemores head from his body The trouble originated over a dog tight I A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have jnade Chamberlains Cough Remedy 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 curescroup but when given as soon as the croups cough appears will prevent the attack For sale by Dr W N Craig tho pop ular druggist at Stanford Ky FOR RENT Honse and lot In Hiistonvllle traded Hcliool district flood ImprownivnU nod good locution lior IS ncrvn ol sinus ono ICngcnterMore1t FOR SALE Kurni of SSncres good blue urns and tobacco laud tint acres of lixntp oil It this yenr the balance In gnus Kurin one mile from llustonvlllt liuul mljolns pike house of rooms kitchen back porch raid cistern nrnr kitchen llin lmpn4Jt3fi t For term apply to Jn McllAItOUK- llustonvlllo Ky HAVE YOUR cqlts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orchard Ky the well known case trator f horses doctorI35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and natlva bred You can sit them by calling on ma I G Fox Livery Fled I Salt StaMa Danville K- yCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Mrs P O Ibnn heir PUT vs Mrf I O Dunn hcln el nl Ml Notice ol Bale Pursuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered In the nbove styled action nt the FVbrunry term Ittnl the under signet mauler comtnlisloncr of wild court will on Monday April P land Ixttwrcn land 130 r IIn front of the court house door In Htnnfonl Ky iellnt public outcry to tht highest nnd tarot bidder the rent rstnte here Inufter described The wild rent estate con lilt of thllt tract of land tltunted in the eastern part of Uaroln county Ky which wmowiud by Mr P U Dunn nt the time of her death It II hounded on the North by thu liimlsaflhe heirs of George King on the raft lly the land of prove Cooks heirs on the south by the Innd of Hnmuol Illrod Alice WIIIInnuAbo Campbell nnd Amanda Illgglnx and on the wevt by the land ol PayneAt of her death Mm Dunn win Indebted In certain auras and upou refer enroof tiit Uestlonof her Indiblednen to ftlMJrlo1byuulort tilnndInterest on por tions reK Will roiillrined except ai to one claim of tin and Interest from 28 which claim hni not yet been nljudlcnttd The personal estate not being iutllclent to pay the nforesnld debts ore much nt and the real eitnte above mentioned not hoeing susceptible of illvlslon without material linuilrment of Its value tits Rube win ordered by the court for the purpo e of the debts ns shows sot forth trod distributing the surplus should there he any niter tll payment of iltbtg sod cost nmotg the heirs of Mrs Dunn The sate will be made on n credit of mOlllbll11l1 the purchaser will b squired for the price wllh- nprowlI Kecurtty payable to rominls loner anti IxiirlnK interest nt the rate of Ix Pored it iur annum from dote of wile rat build and to secure the sonic a lien vlll Iw retained on the lurid told GEO D SAUFLEY M C L C C 7HWHITES PoiMqRic 5PURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits Find Out Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits ratio fiom Epgom Water Carbonated tops the Dope Habit It is easy ry our Diamond Brnntl Splits For role at Drug Stores Soda Fountains lafes and Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Vhitcs C C Water Company Inc Crab Orchard Ky r 4i s ar ttrrLA I NEW SHOES 8I I Our Spring SIOOK Is now In and wo nro ntadyto show you n Mrj ecnlArfsortinentof tho Two meat Lines tt nnd MANSS If there an two hotter shoos on the market today for men I know them JlIII They ado UI To Dato In Style and thoir wearing qualities arc an t ns the Best Quality of material can make In nil the now lasts anti ull of leather fries from eLSo to 1500 IH J McROBBRTS Ltdaalar KENTUCKVJ I I PARKERS HAIR DALSAM CbE tcftutilkt tit IVooMo laiqtUnt rrtTam to Itritor any to it YOUhlll Color INnl p dl pnosfu r EGGS EGGS EGGS Plymouth Itock INllver Inca 1Vandone and Innck nt Il t crettitg of Kgg d Hverv rfreeof clmrire to Htunford Tliowt Interjinrnster or Crab Urrhnru cited are Invited to visit my I nod fmy stock Mrslrcocbervllleicy air Vliw Poultry Knrm A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrU Drug Store in the Owsloy Building For Sale Privately My home and 10 acres of Und uttnsted lust ouulde of town limit on the Somerset House hu 7 room kitchen and ser- eaecessurrygood cellar stable and all cater hydrant In stock the yard and one for J P BAILEY Old Crab Orchard Distillery Whisky Direct front Distillery Auy quantity Hot tie JuRor nrrel 12 t28 tl Orders by matt promptly shipped OLD CRAB OHOIIAHD DISTILLERY CO Oppoilte Depot Crab Orchard Kyy INSURANCELire Accident None LowestIos iHilultatiVaOuiiiatVtvtil Loss 1iiyliiKHtC ordUnctjuallcd with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Kesldvnco Phone No 83 Je W ACEY Proprietor Ul VERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv All mltl New and Neat Special atten tion to traveling men A jourshore oldJ onespat 9G tand onPeiip1 8t Ihone No Waynisburg Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Dealer In mud Mtondnettirer of Granite Monuments Marble Hnlmil letter n Himvlult v Otllcu and works WuynesburK Ky It PndgvttAKt INSURANCEYour ore sure to die See anti talk with R M Nowlahil wlio will show you the policy best adapted to your age and circumstances Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid annually or defer red R M NBWKAVO Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 Pennys Pennys Pennys hA CrackerJack Line This applies to the largest sad licit Selected AMortment of 5 And JOc Tablets In Lincoln county Teeny ulwayi carrier nil Kxlni I argo As wrtmcnt of Good Volute in Tablets If its n Tablet or anything in Stationery you want then go to PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky iBBBBBBBBBBBBbaJ It Call nod get one of these If not Hitinfactory return it and get your money back Good for roast turkey hobo etc Works on top of stove as well in oven t o GEORGE H FARRIS 0rStanford Kentucky SHOES OF HONESTY t Our 350 Eclipse Shoes for men are not worth 5 but we have 5 Shoes that are well worth it Our shoes are as good as can be made for the money They are honest all ov er Let us show you our Spring Line W J5 Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky t 6r r rki 4 p COLORKD LINKNS We Imvonll the new colors in PLAID AND GREY CHECKS Theso new grey linens for wash Katon suits nt 25o per yard Itcd Alice lilReThere Is Much SatisfactionPLAIN Skirts are very pretty made in the new circular styl- eGINGIIAMSVide 3Keecdn Hose Lavender color jOe s i range of colors in heat brands ofGlllgIn knowing you lire correctly and becomingly gowned We hnvo just returned from NEW LOW SHOES Ladies desiring stylish footwear ntid CIIIlu rn nt 10 to 15ct veryI1CfIsBll3Gtf1IRALSis but secured 10 assortment Iii I1rgl enoltg ur every ono to III somc illig Sit a J e om 0 nII I of the EoaSoii very scarce wo a good lino at prices tiniii 20 to 7fic Jhcso nro very soft and mull like and lireIO our stock over before you buy SKIRTS VAISTS AND SPRING WRAPS in Silk aud llio very nicest for waists and drCAAUSGLOVES AND HOSIERY Covert are beginning to arrive and we want to show you VAh LACKS More over wo a r S to meet the demand French Val sad Hound Mesh patterns 5c1VO have elbow length Gloves in Silk talk Kid Black and lulcIIOUSg FUHNISHINGSDig line of Carpets Oil Cloths l 25c per yard Big lino of Ladies Boys Girls Hotiery at lOc to 8150 Rugs Mattings Shades Curtains Poles Etc r SEVERANCE soPt STANFORD KENTUCKY ISTANIOIID Kv MAN 27 1901 RUSSIAN Corn Cure removes corns In four dnys 10c Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS Mtis W H SIIAKKS Is quito sick a i ubnN to tho wife of M A Johnson a boy Miu It M NBWUND went to Louis villa Friday Mil J C EuiiANKa was In Frank fort last week DR E H MURRAY of Danville was hero yesterday MR F M Yow nt of Htutonville Vas hero Saturday JASON WHSIKY circuit clerk of Ca sey was in town Friday MRS L M GOODNIGHT is spending a few weeks in New Orleans OLUH Fittt8 of Junction City was I minRllnK with friends hero Sunday Tile U D Cs will meet with Mrs H J McHobcrU this afternoon at230 MR AND MRS J B WIUJAMS oC tho MU Salem section wero hero Friday Miu UonERT C WlllTB and bride have gono to housekeeping at Crab Orchard Miss MATTIB HOUSE of Garrnnl Is with Mrs Taylor House in tlio Walnut Flat section Ma U G PBNNINGTON and bride oC Fay tte are guests of his father Mr T M Pennington MRS E P OWSItY arrived from Ca lumbus Ga Saturday to visit her sis ter Miss Pearl Uurnslde liON GEO M DAVISOS ClIme over from CovinRton Saturday to spend a few days with the homcfolks here MRS J W BOSWELL of Shelly Is up to see her sister ais Virginia Pickclt who continues ill THAT clover gentleman and splendid democrat Mr Jack Adams tells the Uccord ho Is a candidate for Jailer ot Garrard MRS EKSBST WAKIIEN returned to Mlddlesboro Friday leaving her mother Mrs Joseph Ballou considerably improved MRS L M WE8TBRKIEU and child t ren who have been visiting Mr and Mrs M D Elmore returned to Liv ingston Friday MRS KllinY BOURNE after an ab senco of several days at home has joined her husband at the Capital Hotel Frankfort Journal MESSRS D N ANI JOSKIII AVRITT and Mrs AmaiWa Bradleyof Brad fords villo were guests nt Mr F M Yowells at Huitonville LITTLE COULTER tho son of Mr James Gibony has a very severe case of diphtheria but Is doing as well as could be expected Danville News MR AND MRS SAMUEL FOIKEIISON several days with of Mlddlesboro spent relatives here Mrs Fulkerson was Miss Lllllo Peyton formerly of this place MRS L H MUSSING entertained last Friday night in honor of her son Craw ford Co Mussing She was assisted by her aunt Mrs Mary B OwensSom erset Republican SQUIRE JAMES A DUDDERAU under went ft severe operation Wednesday but is doing as well as coud be expect ed Ho will be compelled to remain In bed two or three weeks BEAZLEY and littleMRS CATHERINE daughter have returned from a pro tracted stay with the formers parents Hov arid Mrs W S Grinstead at Versailles Rev Grinstead accompnn led them the clover pro 1 Mn ARE NEWTON prietor of tho Newton Hotel at Huston ville was the guest of his brother Syl Mr D M Newtonianvester at the LIpps of Hustonvillo was hero this t week pushing the sale of his mill pro ducts Somerset Mountaineer WALTER WALLIN and sister Miss Bculah of Crab Orchard are visiting relatives here Miss Anno Thomp son is visiting Mrs J C HInchart at of W S London The many friends t Burch the able county nttyney of Lincoln will bo pleased to that he Is recovering from his long and seri ous illnessMt Vernon Signal LOCALS orTbuggies W II GET our prices hligginsFORSALBSecondhand top buggy E C Walton IoNyJf FOR SALEGood driver and gentle+ I Call or write this office TRY our Disc Harrrow W H Hig gins JUST In big lot of cannel coal which I am soiling at ICic per bushel W S WIgham Moreland D C SIIPLK has for sale at his store at Jumbo shingles and locust posts at the lowest market price WE have for snitho Sir Walter Raleigh Seed Potatoes at 75c per bushel P G Warner Son FOR RENT Tho storeroom on Lar caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office AcQUiTTBDWilliam Ward who killed Henry Patterson at Lancaster on county court day in September was acquitted at a trial which lasted four days The jury was out only 20 min ides If you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling II try Whites Concen hate Crab Orchard Water It will do the work For sale by W B Mcllob crts G L Penny W N Craig Stan ford and C W Adams Hustonvillc Tim Jolly Tramp Co booked to appear at Waltons Opera House nest Thursday night 29th evidently tramped itself out or tramped in some other direction Any way tho company has not been heard of by the management which hopes it will not be TilE Edison Kinctoscopo Co No2 which gave such a pleasing show hero a year ago will give a return date at Waltons Opera house Tuesday eve ping April 3rd The ladies of the Baptist church play the company hero and it is hoped they will have the good house the performance deserves GREEN Lewis W rasa aged 20 died at tho homo of his parents Mr and Mrs Arch Green and the remains were taken to Bell county Saturday night for interment Ho had been af flicted since his childhood Ills death was caused by pneumonia and he had been ill for some two weeks gI- lNOTICE There bo held a dirt road court at tho court house in Stan ford Ky Wednesday March 28th at 9 oclock M and all the overseers of said roads in Lincoln county Ky are requested to meet nt tho appointed time and place with tho judge of the Lincoln county court R C Warren judge Tim SpringEntertainment at the Graded School Friday night was great ly enjoyed and well attended consider ing the fearful weather Each of those who took part is deserving of ct n ratulation The musical numbers were good the recitations were well given while the dialogues declamations and pantomimes were most creditable TheI Icbato Resolved that Wealth is a renter Incentive to Education than Fame was decided in favor of those representing the negative side MR J F AIIBN who has been heroI some time looking nftcrn rightofway etc for the proposed steam road between Scottavlllo nnd this place asI the INTERIOR JOURNAL and tho Dan ville papers did him an injustice whenI they quoted him as saying that Stan brd citizens had promised to subscribe 200000 in the event tho road came to Itanford lie says a number of our business men presented a proposition that they subscribe a certain amount when the road was completed to Stan Cord which he declined at the time to cccpt wanting to look further into the utter GlVBNSMrs Nancy Givens relict or Samuel Givens died at her bomb in tho West End at 11 oclock yesterday morning aged 88 Her death was due to tho infirmities attendant to old ageI and a very deep cold Sho had been totally blind for n number of years Mrs Givens was a devout member of the Presbyterian church and a most ex client woman She Is survived by hreo children Mrs E D Kennedy of this place Mrs Boyle Reid of Dan vllo and Miss Black Givens who made her home with her and in their loss of tho good mother who was spared so long to them they have the unbounded sympathy of all Deceased was a ala ter of tho late William Burton of this this place and like him was loved by all who knew her Funeral services by Dr E M Green of Danville will bo held at tho homo this afternoon at 3 iclock Interment in the family bury ing ground FOR RtiT1 acres corn ground Miss Napcy VanDovcer JUST received a new line of druggcl and rugs Tribble Pence ALL kinds of plants lettuce rad dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard Two Plymouth Rock hens g layers for sale Mrs E C Walton FOR SALEOno share stock in Lin cola County National Rank This of lice Now Is your chance for that banquet lamp 25 per cent off for 10 days Gco H Farris Now is tho time to make arrangements for corn planters See E T Pence and get the Hoosicr LEAVE your orders with W II Hig gins for one and tdo horse corn planters the best on the market Fon SALT OR RENTDr J K Van Arsdales residence Possession Klven at once Apply to L R Hughes Stan ford Ky LAmBS desiring stamping should come and see my new patterns Flossei of all kinds at my home at the I M Bruce property Mrs C Leslie Carter IT is necessary for us to state once more that we charge five cents per line for obituary notices Bear this in mir when you send in such communication BEAR in mind the moving picture show at Waltons Opera Mouse Tuesday night next April 3rd The ladles of the Baptist church extend to you a cordial invitation to witness the per formanco e CARD OK TIIANKS Wo wish to express our heartfelt thanks through the columns of the I J to those who were so kind and thoughtful during the sickness and at the death of our dear moth cr Mr and Mrs Taylor House ON account of thcjinclcmcnt wcathc of Satunlay afternoon the Ladles Aid Society of the Ceristian church did not have their meeting in the lecture room of their church but they will meet ther next Saturday afternoon rain or mine McWllotiTERMrs America J Mc Whortcr died at flange on the 20th aged 7J She was the widow of 6 II P McWhorter who died in 1888 She left live sons and five daughters all married and with families of from two to 11 children each Mrs McWhortci hall 67 grand children and nine great grand children She was a woman of strong features and squall strong character a consistent member of the Baptist church lived right and died right laying down the cross to re clue the crown SON RAVING lost my dwelling In Garrard county near Marksbury by fire Dec 24 1905 being insured under policy No F I 182517 of the Home Insurance Co of New York I take pleasure in recommending the Homo 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 Campsio Place Lexington Ky Moral For Insurance an your property against fire lightning ind tornados see phone or write Jesse- D Wearen Lancaster Ky Phone or 48 Once in Gaines Hotel or Jesse- D Wcaren Stanford Ky phone 21 representing tho above company in Ca- Rey Boyle Garrard and Lincoln coun esGRADYMrs Rhoda Grady departed this life Sunday morning March 18 at 2 oclock at tho home of her daughter Mrs James Church of Garrard and iras laid to rest in tho McCreary bury ng ground besido her husband who preceded her to the grave several years The deceased was confined to her bed but a few days although she lad been a sufferer for 20 years She md no fears of death and talked to hoso around her and was conscious that ho end was near She had been a mem icr of the church for more than 50 years first joining the Baptist church and some years later uniting with the Christian church She was in her 77th year and leaves two daughters Mrs James Church and Mrs Samuel Mc Query and several grand children to mourn the loss of a kind mother and grand mother The deceased was a sister of B B and W R King of foreland and Mrs Mary Straub of Stan Cord B B K I i 4 MARCH with its wind and generalI bad weather is still with us been the worst March in years ARTICLES have been filed in the Boyle county court incorporating the Danvilli Scottsville Railroad J F Allen promoter TilE Commercial Club had an interesting meeting last night Attend next Monday night and help try to make Stanford bigger and better Two Farms For Sale I with to MII privately my fnnu of 170 noroiifi tulles Vntof Lancaster on4ht IAX ItiKton pike It In well Improvitl nod plenty of wnUr and tliulwr Well ftnwtl nnil nIllrI of HO acre lying inlilwiiy Iwtwrvn LnnriittiT nnd Iox Ingtott pikes flood outlet ouch wuv 1Ve fount Torino roiuoimlile T I HKUIUNU Miirkobury Ky Trees Plants Vines For the or the 141t9 IltAHI NiritMKHlKHnt 1vxlnRton Ky oiler n full look of Fruit mid Uriinimntrl Tar Kver iSnoniHlirutH Htrnwlierrlei Ornlw Vinci IthulHirli Atpnrniltu etc WV employ no ngfiiix HtruwKrry nnd lou irnl iitliilokiK on nppllrntlnn to II K 1IIUKMKYKU A HUNH MIKADO Known HI the u I Done horse Iloy conch ntnlllon itefi liiiml shigh style nnd action Bred by Crouch hon of Indiana llv has urovrn hlinwlf n gun iHvoder Come n ml look Mlkndo owr hco for IxHiklng our mares HP will ilregood big olhlI1 kind the larmrrs nwi IVII ntiiiid nt my plum mllcn Hint of Wnynn liurnatjrt to Insured colt luontlin old IiUn rotnltutl on nil colts until wnwrn money IS tudii Mnrcs trndKl or pnrtwl with iimkea Mii on tnouvy due Hcinovnl from the county forfeit the nollnl lice Cllre taken to prevent nccUlenti but not ritiioiulblp should nnv occur W MlOCl Nnynesburg Ky Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky Venn prepnrttl to wrltv Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado And solicit the tiunlneis of the citizens of the Rust Knd Nonu hut the best conipnn lo reprjwnUd Oflicc with Crab Orchard Banking Co hove n tnlk with Iwfoiv placing your In suntntw of runvwlng old List your property with us nnd wo 1I1t for you churning you only n small percent Administrators Sale I AindmlnUtrntrlxof the estate of J W Jnnies deceased the undernlKned will publicly Mll nt tilt reudenco of tho de cviiMtl nt ni HA1U DVYMhcHaihTl Thu tersounl property iKlonslnB to wild e InteconeislluCof a tun II lot of Karniliiu rtu1UnntedTttots02 horse wneon spring wilson Imcklxmrd wagon liarn s qiiiintlty of Imy and rye SI hogs t yimrllne uteerx two yoariliiK lulfprn a rycnr old lawns t milk caws young cow 8 sow nnd II Pt I Kt aged IIII It I mute colt corn rusher and other nrtlcle ummlly found nboutn farm house A Ho the un divided onethird Inuifht of the deceased JHIIU 11111111 e of the Walt Hulpher Veil nt thoCriiliOrclmnl Itepot The lease line wven yours yet to run The wile UBln lirollllll nt 10 A TKRMM iu KAIKI All stuns of trt and tin der cnhUI MIIIIK over that amount a eredlt of bunt months with Interest from ihite the to h noto with gas wcurltv negotiable iuaynlienttheIn roln County nl nunk it Tim terms must Is strictly compiled with kwon the property U removed from tho premie MAMOAUKT n JAM I Admrxof theestnto of J V Jnme tie cen Mil Col J P Olmndler 11111- 011BANKRUPT SALE I Ai trustee 01 the bankrupt estate of Oeo 11 willon SATUUOAY MARCH 31 1056 at tbe Jackson Givens farm near Phelby Olty Kv sell to tbe highest bidder 10 horse 200 shocks of fodder one fodder shredder two hay rakes bales of bay one hay press four two boro wagons ono setf one mowing machine wheat drill corn planter Iron roller plow harness and ropllmtnts ono 12horse J I Case simple traction engines one sz511 Inch J I Case separator complete one No steel bagger one driv ing belt one Itbarrel mounted steel tank nnd pump This threshing outfit Is nearly new and firstclass condition I will at tbe same time soil one residence house andI lot In Shelby Olty and about 00 acres of farming land near Shelby City TEIIMS or lAuurnll of 125 Dud under cash In hand over this sum for personal property on a credit of 00 days with In terest from date The real estate sold for onethird cash the balance on six months tlmo with Interest from date Any and all purchasers given the right to pay cash It they notes for purchase money to be made negotiable and payable at Lin coln County National Dank Ky and secured bv personal security One U COOPEII Stanford Ky T D ENGLISH Auctioneer Danville Kv t 1906 by Hart Schaffner Wfc iCopyright Hart SclmrTner tC Marx Maneithe city 1350 to 820 All Only to he had at I CUMMINS OX McCLARY Stanford NNKWN771 N1 tiHN17 NrN7 a 14 liIIIIJII + rllJltltJtl + IJlllllltllllllllllttllll WhiteGoodsThis a Goods Seasonf I s i We have n large antiof the above now ready for your inspection iPersian Lawn 25c per yard India Linen 5c to 25c per yard Linen Lawn 25c to per yard Dotted and Emb Swisses 15 to 50c u 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 price in exchange for goods LMHUEYCO+ Dry Goods Notions Five t and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY illttlllllltlltlll 1 IIII llllllllltll t j mI t i t The Interior Journal Entertdinthe PottOJfice at Stanford aI tKonddau mnUr- r3VulaslInD TUBHUAVH AND FHIDVV e T 5O0 PER YEAR CASH Wben not paid MOO will be charged Jesse W Sweetie moPBirroR iLivery FB fwd Salt Statle LanoasterKy Horses well ted and cared for Update to rigs at reasonable rates New Hustonvillc Firm r Hnvtng of A Pcncoc i thelrorq arlrellnrdware eteywuaoliclt Dailpiebuy Mea good butcher slag nt highest mark rke having n splendid meat cutter we ennlturntels you with th We alto buj U kInd of country produce tra r BISHOP t UriH Hustonvllle Ky BDCARTER i Successor to Bruce A Garter t r Livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horsed t on commisaion Stock Pene In Connection NEW LIVERY STABLE I BTOKB k CLABSSON Prcri JUNCTION CITV KVT- lTStOlass Turnouts at Reasonable Kate Special Attention to Trarellng Men Grain and Hay For Hale A Special Bargain a One hundred farm about tI miles Nortwest of Stanford Good two atory Iroom dwelling n splendid stock born 000 of the best watered farms In the orchard l necessary outbuilding Splendid here hluegross titer been plowld pt The whole farm well and thttnr h no wnste land on It Five miles from Uanvllle- amd In a splendid community soldIwithit i lIargoln mUlt b6 locust can bo vonlitduirorpnrticulare Rugbel 1Give Me Your Order I Can Please You readymade clothing when there to so little difference In the price of high nrafle mwlymnde suits ROIl n suit mode to sour measurement taken by nn experienced tailor have handsome line of Kail an Winter goods I can woke from a low price business suit to tilt Uneat dress suit Also overcoats trousers and fancy vests Tbo obmpnny I represent Is one of the best H C KUPLEY the Tailor- S DarJ1 Traylor i IICALCR IK Wh1skn Brandy Wines Beer cigars Ftc J KYQlolePrompt polite attention Nothing Llb tu drink Mill phone cr Itleeupt orders receive zoo PtallDtlon rJL Beazley Co 1 Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiugsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give t Them a Call Prices Right i STANFORD KENTUCKY i s e tteT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealerjn Harneis Saddlery t Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY BPbone 07 Home Phone SS 4 f0 FARMERS DEPARTMENT Two heavy work horses for sale W W White Moreland J W Hughes Moreland wants to buy some pure DurocJersey hogs J H Thompson of Prcachersville has a lot of sows and pigs for sale L G Hubble sold to Joseph Brown of Mercer a 15 J hand jack for 900 J J Smith of Brodhead sold to J T Veach of Wilmore a four year old 400yATTENTIONA choice to of hemp seed fQr sale J B Walker Richmond Ky The United States is estimated to have produced about 41700000 pounds pounds of broom corn in 1905 The J H Driskell farm near Finch ville Shelby county has been purchas ed by J L Hopkins and W W Stout Jr at 90 Col Underwood Son bought of Jnand of J T Anderson a beef cow at of31c M K Wilson of Dye sold a pair of mules to B G Foxfor 255 and pur chased a pair from A D Taylor of Mtntonville for 316Casey County News I The descriptions and pedigrees of William Fields Antecarlo and jacks Buck Varnon and Abran 3rd will appear in our next issue Watch out for them They are good ones The oldest mule in Kentucky if not in the United States has just died The mule was the property of John Mobley of Bardstown and was foaled in April 1865 Had she lived until next month she would have been 41 years of age Four thousand sixhundred and fifteen hogsheads of tobacco were levied on atI Henderson to enforce the payment of the special municipal assessment of 50I cents on each hogshead The owners of the tobacco will endeavor to avoid payment through the process of injunc tionLANCASTER COURTThere were only about 50 cattle on the Lancaster market yesterday but even that small supply was greater than the demand A few sold at 3to 4c Mules were in demand at 125 to 175 and good horses at about the same figures Plug horses were slow at any price FOR SALE About 41 acres of land one mile from Crab Orchard Ky on Lancaster pike A good dwelling well and all necessary outbuildings Places 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 L R Hughes Stanford Ky Carroll Reid trainer of the horses which belong to the Waldeck stable and which will be raced in the East this season is well pleased with The Picket winner of the American Derby and the Brooklyn Handicap and expects him to show his heels to many of the crack racers in the East this season These horses are now being trained at Churchill Downs andall appear to be in prime shape and much is expected of them CourierJournal Overcrowded It is a pretty dangerous thing to allow Jour system to get overcrowded with undigested food poisons bile poisons bow poisons Get rid of them by taking Dr Caldwells laxa time Syrup Pepsin and you will right away feel such a wonderful change for the bettor that you will never let yoursolf got into that condition again Safe and pleasant rolief and cure for headache constipation biliousness etc Try it Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonville at 60e and 3100 Money back if it fails Kirksville College the building used for an opera house and the residence of Charles Sheppard at Kirksvillo burned causing a loss of 10000 with 2500 insurance The fire was caused by a defective flue in the basement of the college The opera house and college were also the property of Cfialcs Sheppard Kirksville College was founded by Prof Milton Elliott nbout I860 and was one of the wellknown and oldest scats of learning in Kentucky Former Gov Francis of Missouri received his early cducatiorvat this school Fon SALEA nice large 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 repair situated on Main street in Stanford c Ky right in the business portion of town The property will be sold at a bargain and is a splendid opportunity t for some one desiring to go in business for the store and dwelling combined will be a great saving in rent etc Possession given immediately For partic ulars etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford r+ 7 The misery and suffering in the fam ine district of Japan have been slight I ly relieved by the prompt and liberal aid of the foreign sources and the abatement of the rigors of winter The Tokio authorities are trying to pro vide work for the ablebodied but the extent of the work is inadequate and thousands are still on the verge of starvation tSS Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Anna LStephonson Ill vs Flora gteph onion et al Notice of 3 Pursuant to a Judgement ot the Lincoln Circuit Court tendered lo above style d action at Ilia February term 1006 the nude signed Master Comr will on MONDAY APRIL TilE urn 100G about the hour of I r u In front of the court house door in Stanford sell at public outcry to the high eat and best bidder the real estate herein niter described The real estate ts situated on tbe 0 8 It ItI FloydtBeginning at a stone In tbe edge of the 0 K U at mouth of lane 825 K 41 poles to a stone In the edge of said right of way N 68 E Ito poles IB links to a stone and black pointer In the edge of old state road with same N W to a gum and white oakNIH B 31 poles to a sycamore near west edge ot said edge of sld road corner to T 8 Reynolds 85 W 85 poles to a dog wood S 6213 W 29 poles to a stone In the edge of the county road corner to J M Reynolds his line N SI W 48 poles 10 Inks to a stake 8 2K W 12 to a stone on edge of said It K right of waywith said right of way 8 25 R 89J poles to the be ginning containing acres land more or loss This sale Is to be made for tbe purpose of dlTlslon For tbe purchase price the purcbaier will be required to give bond with approved personal security payable to and beating Interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date of sale and further secured by a lieu on the land sold A credit of six months will be given QEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court J II Mutray Tiff TS DIkJUoblnion Duff Notice of Sale Pursuant to a Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered In the aborestjledac tlon at the February term 1900 the under signed master comulsslorer ot sold court will on MONDAY APUILflTO 1906 between and S r In trout the court house door at Stanford Ky suit at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the real estate hereinafter described The amount necessary to be realized from this sale Is the sum of 1200 and Interest thereon until paid at the rate ot 6 per cent per nnnnin from Dec 12 1899 suujcct to a cred- It of l15 paid JulyliIDOI and the costs of this action Said real estate Is situated In Lincoln county Kentucky and 1s In two tracts The first tract which Is on the wa ters of Clear Creek about two miles west of Crab Orchard Ky on tbe north side of the Stanford pike and Immediately In the rear of lands now owned by W K Evans Is bounded as follows lie at the south west corner of Andy Panes 12scre lot the same being a corner to W F Evans marked tj a stone and small black oak N 105S K feet to a stake In Kings line and corner to cam 12 acre tract th nee Kings line N7S3J W 1095 feet to a stake In a bract near a white oak stump corner to Mn Wm Abrahams thence her line 825 W 1235 fret to a white oak and small cedar In tbe line of said Abraham and corner to W Evan thence Evans Hoe In a northeaileny direction to the beginning containing acres more or less The second tracs Is on the waters of Ills rtterln Lincoln county Ky and Is bounded as sollows Beginning at a stake near an old lime kiln corner to Sargent and King thence N U E 230 feet to a stake near a black oak sapling S 80 E feet to a stake 20 feet east of elm thence 10X W 319 feet to the beginning containing tour acres and 26 poles of land tho deed convoying said land being of record In tbe oClceof llio clerk of the Lincoln county court In deed book as page SIT The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to lre bond for the purchase price with approved personal security payable to the commissioner and bearing Interest at tbe rate of per cent per annum from dato of sate until paid a lien being retained on tbe laud for furlber security CEo II SAUFLEY 31 C LL C C DARE ALL 2086 The combined stallion will make a limit ed season 1906 at Lawn Mere Stock Farm zYi miles west of Hustonville Kv on the Dradfordsvilla A Hustonville pike near Carpenicrs Station at SJ5 to Insure a Living Colt Mares traded or patted with for insurance and money becomes due at time of such transaction Lien retained on colt till season is paid Mares grazed at fz55a monh Grain fed it desired at reasonable rates Dills must be paid be fore removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive my personal attention but I will not be responsible for accidents or escapesDshcatrtrosFoaled in 1002 J 5f hands high dark bay with one front and rear toot white Mar A model of great boauty with short back long neck deepwell sloping shoulders and with great style asI one would expect from reading his pooiI gree Good bone fine out and legs won ireful stamina Attractive by halter unI ler saddle and in harness with that graceful movement that belongs to him by inheritance from a long line of the most famous ancestry of saddle horses the world has ever produced PfWI Ill ESired by Dignity Dare No 985 Vol 5 A S II R he by Chester Dare 10 be by Black Squirrel 58 he by Black Eagle 74 he by King William 67 ic by Washington Denmark 64 he by Gaines Denmark Cl he by Denmark FS tat dam Fannie Mc 2739 by Red Srjuir eel 53 and dam Mollie Good by King William 67 3rd dam by Devenports Oliver Th Dignitys tat dam by Welchmont 6367 A T H H be by William Welch he by Rysdiks Hambletonlan 2nd dam by Abdallah Messenger 3rd dam by Gills YermontHKMAIIIIn offering the services Dare All to the public I take occasion to state without presumption that I have green a breeder and handler of fancy saddle horses for 35 years and experience bas taught roe to know and appreciate a high lass one Dare All is the result of careful painstaking breeding and comes as natural result of mating tilt very best mares with he foremost stallions the State has afforded Carrying about 20 per cent of King William blood a greater per cent than any stallion in service in the State King William being regarded as proemi tent for fancy saddle and harness horses Dare All sired by tire now coming famous Dignity Dare he in turn by Chester Dare bhowing a long list of sires every one n great show horse out of mares that were equally as famous as show mares and his dam Fannie JIc the greatest show mare ever owned having refused 81000 for her I think entitles him to the careful con iderptlon of all prospective breeders He is now just being started to the saddle taking to the gaits as quick and handy as any ever handled I think he will be a grand show horse when finished See him before booking your mares C C CARPENTER rhone In residence Hustonville Exchange s The Blue Jack SAM Was sired at S II Baughmans Sam Is by Abram and and he Is by Imp Abram Dam by Black Hawk The dam of Sam was a well bred jennet Sam is 3 year and Is 14 hands high Sam has proven himself a Rood mule jack Come and look Sam over before booking your marcs Will stand at i6 for mare mules and f5 for horse mules tour months old Lien retained on all colts until season money is paid Mares traded parted with or removed from the county forfeits the insurance Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Will stand at my place 4 Hast of Way nesburg and 2 miles West Lays trill W M GOOCH Waynesburg Ky Dignity Dare No lV4V013 A HII II MnhoKonv icy black points white onh on left toot W yvnrs old l lined high weighs Impounds strong tint twin henry inline unit tall oat lock with bug crnnty tapering neck well set In high kntul shoulder nnnlll horse bend nud vitron htiiin nuxtpl under butter nlwny wears blue string In model rings tondcrfiistyle In harness it show horse sun Whei ono yen r old WON nil honors In Ills cities wherever shown iilnu tint blnn tie In sweep link burliest rlniii nt same age When ll yur oid ho was shown II times mil won blue strings hoe never Inen defentcxl infancy linnets nlwnyi Isis tin victor In Malllon stake ring in n brmler Ictformid for all ntrlocs IloUn saddle honwith llw outliicl gaits fnst line netlm rnckrr good In two wiilkmtnd iinlctt loner wry ntlve In his trot under uuldli mm In harness gitut nil around ii rt 11I1n o1 for IIn UItlllt6 sire of hlgll tricitl sale horses for Middle or humex Ho Is n stint ollollllh hurnesshorw graceful stylish nnd fait cim show elnhtlu In ecomU u Sss guilt with but little bundling illtl thli hint full ono yenr IIEO tiller nerving 01 mnniIn tau spring He Is lossesenl of wonderful rare mid simil enough to Itt o trotter for lnrgelundsnlnustylishto gel cnrringehnneWIlhn kindly dispo sition for nil purpOMi of u family beret lie gracefulKlven up liy horsemen Unit he Is one of thtmost iinlforni hmder In Kentucky Hi tyiK1 his nIts niter himself lion never sired n sorrel roll The must pflilltable borne forth fnrmcr and small breeder to prodnoo la law horse which serves thu widest of purposes well bile colts nit show colts of hut very highest type blue string wlnnerii from the oiliellt to the youngest II of lilt cotta huve Jaen offereil for nail old for nn tivenlgoofr the nverngu ngu of them is S year nod 9 mouths rKitioiiKK Hired by Olinstrr Dare N bylilnekby Washington Dvntnnrk be hy Onlne IteiimiirkAl hvbv horeit ih mark K H he h llednefonl lIIIIIIt first dam llzlttinont by 1VelchnuxdlNosstT A byItysiilcksond dam U livAlxlallnh Me Miger l lnn Thoroughbnlielch11tonta Forest ul- tTonneDlgnity Dare will tusk the wa son of KIN lit my liable In Himtonvtlle Ky nt 23 to lecture a llvlliK colt when fooled Mans traded or removed forfeit timiriino mid money homes due nnd mutt lx pnld at tlinoof such trmiiuictloii Shirts grazed at KM per month mid bills to fat mid tie fort removal of mare flrnlnfetl If deslnt nt reawimible rates stone entniited to mi will receive my pernoiiiil nttentloii but I will not tut rcgousible for liccldenU or es flies Ihone In residence at Himtonvllle Ky UM Alt il NTRIt Col Bird 40566 home foaletl IKK lired1yIiA4 I Cecil Ijinvllle Ky Hlnnl by Ceclllan Chief 2r1SO XIMH sire of IlIrollll with 131 or Utter tiy Cecilia n tIII S sine of IT In list lit dam alter lo low an iireofItnndhmitten tie sin of and Zutlie Wllksl CI fly lliwlwthi 1VIIkes Sivjnlreof II with records of 510 or latter 2nd iliun Ktlle Davis dam of Ixirtl Hiimriil 1 IOJClOWOII i ITi sire of lammorlus sin Itl nUll Htllulisllet2t2w iloryiuPlc215ytumid sire of trliind sire of the dams of itnl inns Kllle Ihivis the dam of one ro ii Itch ngson tIi nil grit nl dam Ixinl Hinnnill r IiiW tiivrniiili4 Kttle Hell tYl SLllMMd 7H die Wllkrs YLL lly Alexalidrr Alxlulliili SIINuIAslreofOoldstnltll Maid 211 and others 4lh Oam by Oroekrlts Itrllfodnd- erNutxstalumicltlrt2rysirwl hr sell- inn S1St1 lot dun SrnUII t ism of Itlllr Ilzxiiro aunt Oillliin filet Uj t by Norviil t llislreof Countess Kve 1 iVy Sornd U Obit andltsothpnInd idnm of I nily SbIIlull nUtnr to- allethttatthcdnnofraaip YiitrsSxI iaiul lrutl2Si tied Nectarine tthedntu of Nltor Klectrlc n and ulna Klretrlc i mid HillylIsierrothe III1oII1lnlC Hire Inldiim NVcttir diiinof Hillittn tat 2i5 mid Oriole and tsraud dam of IMIISorvettiilltlVi tilt 1I11111f Volllmi and Hilly llullru 1111 Ijidy Yates 8JIV Nettor IMeetrle tt OlHii Klectrli 1 tIt stud ltoinorln7W liv NutuiKHl I 114 r of stud lilt trnlIft sir of brood 11laree 1IItI the ant Kreatfnt llvlliR or deml sire of stand urd homes Itli linn OnlHlHii ihHil hilt font nil 1 hwrlyIteiiSSiLluediiiu of Ireelklun i lot mid grind ilinn nUo of lalllitta dti t iri dnin of lady ate2Yltlanti Trust SSI and Neetnrlne flyMusseugmriliumhtirs have pnxluriil over H- Ifitlidiiin Hyacinth dam of Meeen 2lOK stud one otlur mid uraiid damn of ih rry Croft Muscovite 2 IsV Kuillil 2 M Itusulii lly Volunteer K sire of ai- nndtitis11mnghtrs luive pnIacmd nil d11wl11urn doolof 1Irr Alma onn uml Aldo dust ol Adiidv lhirtS IHctntor sire of lay live Wt- 2onyamutt fit ot hers nod also Ijuly dexter liimof Dexter 1rlnee starhIIIIIIlcllltII sire of four and dams Tthiliiin MrKlntry mnre dam of Situ rk iTi Ilil grllllli IIulII uf loafer Almii and othersUelhituihlef2Isnveryoung horse yit he has flof his Kl with trottlnif records iifi or iKilter eaeh made when thpy wen hilt two yenrn old lip was the ehiiiiiplon Hire of worlds Kalr WIIIIUTN In lttti Orillliui 2 It full brother lit JemiretoOe celllueP11219iMLSUeelldJ2-21tiiuldih22lYwtt Ime Soli Mired IUIIIIJcrlIht llv lug sire tAt ilinn J t llnnam1 IfiiiinettP Oiell 211 Ctvllllls lIt Cecil fill 2S14 1111 lilt 1K mad ucll Iee 2sjl Nutwood 21S sire 171lrrd greatest sire llvhoor ilend tied the greater brood mures that huts ever apKiiredHeeond in Ilmllhth dun of taut lirunoS ay of two Clementine saw aiulJemileC212diililorn lieltn tin Hi ol Kiilliia Dlfiltt 2 IIII Norvllli 2JiU Kliliner ette22IH Kliiiiicretta 221 Condition S ti 217fluid l 011110 22i4A11uIln IVarioii 2ni illviTolUnillli aai Umzln 2 iMlri of one dam and nuubruitelhi dour of ioldcn Weal 111 by Administrator lire of wvvrul and dams of miiuv- ird dent Klmore dnin of Cleveland 274t and groan iii of 7 lly Maiiibrlno sire of two Itlidiuil h Star Davis nth dam by Tom Crowder Wlllnil is the Hire of It In utiind urd time and hiiMoneduiiKhter the distil or 2 most likely the you limiest mare In the grunt hrood iiiaru lIt OunilHttii Wllkes In the Kreiitent sire of extreme speed the world hits ever known HtamU mcond tae till nreute t sire of standiinl hor eiiiind the Kreatest iru of tundnrd ponces llvlliK lit was nUo the eliaiiipliitl Hire of ireiiiiim homes nt the lirent World x Fit Ir In Col Bird 4iiimUiii slam finish and nctloii In brtfilliiK he In of tie very beet and gnat est known to the trottlim world Ills blood llumln every direction truer to the greuh and last known to tilt trotting turf AH u sire he shonlil tat very great Col Illrd will stand ut my Htablu nt ills to inn rou living colt Lien retained on all rolls until season money Is paid Money iluo when iniiro Is tradiil removed or parted cUPS with irnsefurishedtit22Jnperminith U H OAltI1NTiU Hustonvllle Ky Spring Shoes To Delight the Eye and Comfort the Feet There nre two necessary requisite nt most guy time of the cnrtu more so in spring you know that alter a cold and cheerless winter we gladly welcome the newness of life that the beautiful spring season brings with it Wo like to lay aside our dull nnd heavy garments and doll Homcthing now f and bright that will delight the eye and bring cool comfort to the hotly Hero you find everything new and attractive as well as comfortable and Low Priced Stylish Clothing Shoes and 0 101nucl Gcnts Furnish lugs and Dry Goods You know that we stand behind the oods that wo sell whatever it may be We want to sell you your entire spring outfit and after n careful inIspection of our stock you will IHJ as lngto buy as wo are to sell Prices well always as low ni a legitimate store cull allunl to make them SAM ROBINSON Next Door to ISTANFORD ciLincoln County national Bank Of Stanford K ntckYIJ IIw OFFICERS w 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 w DIRECTORS J B Owsktr Stanford H BIUHKD Stanford O W OAiiTtii Tutnrrivlll W II CUMMINS IreichertTllle L O GOOCII Wajnetburff W II TIUTIAU Olloeru Greek U U llcnnir lancaster W O W LKtii Stanford J IL Furreii Stanford W II DIIASK Stanford J II PAXTUN SUoforJ We nIICUulllIOlIclt the accounts Individuals lIruts anti VorllOrntion Ilnnkt and Hunkers mid lire prepared to furnish nil depositors such ncconiniodntloiu as are roiiititent with safe bankliitf Modem safety Ikpoell Itoxe In our null fur uw of our Customers First NationalOf Stanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 This Institution was ettabllshsd as the Deposit Dank of Stanford In 18JI then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford In lid and again reorganized as the First National tack of Stanford In IMS having had practically an unlnter rupted existence for U years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact mslnets promptly and well than ever before In lu loop honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited Officers J IIOOKKH Prsst 9T IlAKius V Pres J J MOUOIIEUT9 Obr W II WRAURNAsstOhrt Directors r Reid Uanym T Harris Stanford J S Hacker Stanford 1MII Ilaurhman CUnford T P Hill Stanford Jas Ilablnton Hubble J II lUnghman Stanford J M Pottos Stanford O R Tate Stanford BUY TOURI Collars Hames Collar Pads Backbands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets Grub Toolsc from George D Hopper Stanfor Ky Hardware Groceries Tinware Queensware Tiling Etc rsl T GOODS LOWEST PRICES n YOUR WANTSIN 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 DRUGGIST ISTANFORD IKIISOXAI supervision given to ImtilwawtiPC- vsaareltotit Heroin Compound Cnlitl Heroin Comiratinil r WHEN BABY FIRST HEGl S TO SNEEZE GIVE Q c i S r ilAiCRAIGS DR GzSTOREt III II nloa mow ji S JUJQ ptinodtuoQ uiojojj sfl1wO t 4I