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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4re TIiEINTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 15 1907 NO 86 11t CRAB ORCHARD The ministers of tho Church of God arc carrying on a ucrirea of meetings at tho court house Rev Cokolya regular appointment as pastor of tho Baptist church was filled Uy Rev Abernathy Sunday lie delivered a forcible sermon The now Christian church will 10 ready for service by the last of this month On tho first Sunday in February tho first service will bo held Mills Fotro tho now music teacher at tho Graded School seems to havo Vlon tho hearts of all her pupils as each opraiees her in tho highest terms W E Perkins after invoicing sUS ho wishes to thank his vast number of friends who have patronized him so liberally and wishes them a happy and prosperous year The young peoplo had a pound part at tho hospitable homo of Mrs JennI Tatem who throw open her house for cnjoyciiT K Watson of Lancaster vUUo tho homcfolkH Sunday Mrs Emma Farris who has been ill for some time from a stroke of paralysis has recovered sufllciently to partially attend to business Mrs Margaret Gormlcy who for some time has been bedfast is beginning to sit up and It is hoped that she will soon enjoy good health He Proves Ills Devotion A dentist received n call the other morning from a couplo whom he soon had reason to believe were lovers The j girl had an aching tooth and as they entered the young man said Now darling tho worst is over f Just take a scat and it will bo out in a minuteOh I darent she Rasped Rut it really wont hurt you at all you know 1r But I am afraid it will It cant Id havo ono pulled in a minute if it ached Idontbclievoit Yell then Ill have ono pulled out just to show you that it doesnt hurt lie took a seat leaned back and opened his mouth and tho dentist seemed to bo selecting a tooth to seize with his forceps when the girl protested Hold on Tho test is sufficient Ho has proved his devotion Move away Harry and Ill have it pulled She took tho chair had tile tooth drawn without a groan and as she went out sho was saying to tho young manNow I can believe you when you de clare that you would die for mo And yet overy tooth in his head was false TitBlU I TiroGrin Before wo Can sympathize with others wo must have suffered our selves No ono can roallxo tho suffering attendant upon an attack of the grip unless ho has had tho actual experience There probably no dls onllo that causes so much physical and mental agony or which so successfully i defies medical aid All danger from J tho grip however may bo avoided by 3the prompt use of Chamburlalnn Remedy Among the tons of thousands who havo usod this romody not ono oaso has over boon reported that has resulted In pnuumonlu or that hUll not recovered POI aalo by tho Stanford Drug Co The editor of tho Frankfort who was bit by tho Lexington in vestment companies says A preach er is on trial at Lexington for swind ling by means of im investment compa ny and ho states that it will take him three days to tell how it was done If tho plan of his company was like most of the others it oughtnt to take that long or more than a few words Tho simple statement that tho companies were organized to rob tho unsuspecting and covetous and lived up to tho object of their organization would tell the tale A Jamaican Lady Speaks Highly of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mrs Michael Hart wlfo of tho superintendent of Cart Service at Kingston Jamaica West Indies Islands says that sho has for some ours used Chamberlains Cough homedy for coughs croup and whoop- Ing cough and has found it very beneficial Sho has implicit confidence In it and would not ho without a bottle of It In her homo Sold by tho Stanford Drug Co Wo can do without hammers we can do without nails Wo can do without fences and do with out rails Wo can do without boxes and barrels and bins But where is tho woman that can do without pins 7 1Four people were killed in a freight collision on Illinois Central near Bardwoll IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Joseph Dollarhyde is suing tho town of Norton Va for 10000 lIer husband was killed by a policeman or that city on Christmas day Tho old homo of former Congressman Vincent Horolng has been selected as tho alto for tho new government bulls ing to bo erected at London Oscar Bramlett a Mercer count youth of 17 measures six feet nine Inches and weighs 221 pounds lie wears a number M shoe and trousers 40 Inches to tho leg- Mayor C D Thompson and the board of city councilmen of Harrodsbur have bought 1000 of tho citys cltn trie light bonds for tho city reducing tho debt for tho light plant to 1400 Several large pieces of tho battleship Maine passed through Danville en route to New York City This mater sal has been in the Havana harbor sine tho ship was blown up several year ago While endeavoring to separate two Negro inmates who wero fighting Hob crt Gillcn keeper of tho Madison coun ty poor farm was attacked by ono or tho contestants Gillon shot him probably fatally Benjamin F Potts is dead at his homo at Lancaster after an illness or consumption Mr Potts was for years one of tho best millers of Garrard county lIe leaves family of grown son and daughters Suits have been filed by tho Middles bore Town and Land Company against 125 persons and firms in various part of the country for tho recovery of lots that were bought by these parties duo ing the MidJlcsboro boom days About 100000 worth of property Is involved Gov Beckham granted a pardon to Wright Young of Whitley county an inmato of tho State penitentiary serv ing a sentence of 10 years upon conviction of manslaughter Young had served 27 months Tho pardon papers wore carried to Frankfort by Judge Thomas Z Morrow of Somerset Kcv and Mrs Benjamin Helm left for Louisville where they will bo at homo at 720 Fourth Street says tho Advocate With their departure the W L Caldwell place on the Lebanon pike will for tho first time in 123 years bo occupied by others than direct descendants of tile original owner of tho placeA H Ilamlln bought of Jonas Mc Kcnzio his farm known as tho McClary farm for 3000 Mr and Mrs John McKenzie and Mrs James I White were guests of Mr and Mrs Jonas McKenzie McKenzie Brown who has wan associated with this office for the pnst year has resigned his position and will launch Into the journalistic field at WilliamsburgMt Vernon Signal Tho judgment of the Pulaski circuit h a case of Pulaski county against the city of Somerset was affirmed both on riginal and cross appeal in tho court or appeals Tho city and county en raged in litigation as to which should bear tho expense of treating smallpox utionts during an epidemic in 1900 Doth sued and the court dismissed both petitions This left them jointly bear- Ing tho expense- County Attorney W J Price and Commonwealths Attorney Charles lIar fin have been camping on tho trail oft number of Louisville firms that have oon guilty of violating tho law in fail ng to havo tho word Incorporated ippuar on their printed matter and have caused to be issued summons cull ing on theao firms to appear in Danville tad show cause why they should not be punished for such violation Advocato Tho Boyle County Herald of Dan kille with 10000 capital stock has been incorporated The Incorporators ire John B Stout A E Hundley and W Owen McIntyre They will do a general newspaper and printing buss ness Also Clays Ferry Bridge Co of Madison county with 1800 capital stock Tho Incorporators aro T J Smith and W S Moberly of Rich nand and James Eskinc of Cleveland nyetto county To Policeman Bob Colyer belongs tho credit of landing tho first boot cggcr John Cocmer a notorious vi later just from tho prison of Monti cello for boot legging during tho fair last September arrived in tho city Vednesduy and it is alleged began laying his vocation Colyer soon had him in custody with dead shot cases to Insure his conviction A supply of liquor was found hidden away ut the lectric light plant Somerset Journal CardI all druggists arc authorized to refund your money If Foloys Honey and Tar falls to euro ryour cough or cold It stops tho ough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneumonia Ilnd consumption Contains no plates The genuine Is in a yollow package Refuse substitutes O L Penny NEWS NOTES After setting his barn on firo Charles Bindle of Kenton county cut his throat from ear to ear John Itsoms home near Catlcttsbu burned Iris fourvearold child was cremated and he was badly burned John Caruthers and wife aged 70 and 60 years respectively died within less than an hour of each other at Mayfiel For tho firot time since August there is no case of yellow fever in Cuba The last person suffering from tho disca is dead at Ssgua la Grande Tho fiscal court of McCracken count intends to spend 150000 in improvin the roads of the county if it is Cound that tho county has authority to borrow EvaAsbcll of Jasper Ind has sued two saloon keepers of her town tor 10001 Sho alleges that two drunks men caused her horse to run away nnd permanently injure her Laughingly simulating an attempt at suicide because a young woman laid sho did not lovo him Herbert Price at Owcnsboro killed himself with a gun ho did not know was loaded Train No 30on the Rock Islanc which was in a crash in Kansas January 2 In which 32 perished ran Into an open switch in New Mexico Sunday Five persons were killed and eight in juredFred Gillman former head of the Homo flank of Goodland Ind which failed two years ago for 210000 was arrested last week at Bloomlugton HI It is alleged ho accepted deposits aftei knowing tho institution to be insolvent William S Taylor the Kentucky fu gitivo living In Indiana has been warn ed of an alleged Socialist attempt tc kidnap him for a reward of 1000 said to havo been offered by a Social 1st newspaper published in Indianapolis Six trainmen formed a human chair and rescued from tho water of a swol len Indiana Creek Arley Fields and two women who had been thrown into the water by the overturning of a buggy Fields swam with tho women on his backA cold wavo of intensity has followed in tho wako of a heavy snowstorm in Montana and North Dakota Ther mometer reading at a number of points are considerable below zero tho coldest In the United States being Have Mont where 22 below was registered Mrs Irene Steele of Chicago identi fied as her husbands the scraps of clothing found after J Hollo Steele had thrown a bomb in tho Fourthstreet National Bank of Philadelphia killing himself and Cashier McLear Mrs Steele will testify at the Coroners in questLive fish were left in the rooms ol some houses by the receding flood in an inundated section near Owensboro according to reports received at that plaice Thoso who relate the story say the food seemed furnished by prove dence as supplies In tho flooded homes had run low By an agreement reached Saturday by the engineers and managers of all railroads west of Chicago to the Pa cific salaries will be increased to an aggregate of between 5000 000 and 6 000000 yearly and between 15000 and 20000 men will be affected The agree ment reached was a compromise the employes withdrawing their demand among others for an eighthour day Tho disappearance of John Smith from Jackson has caused no alarm to tho attorneys for tho prosecution in the Hargis case who think they will bo able to find him when they need him Smith said before leaving Jack son that threats had been made against him and he did not think it safe to re main in town According to reports prevalent In Breathitt moro surprises are coming for tho defense in the lIar gis caso and some of Hargis former staunch friends aro deserting him In spite of warnings that ho would be killed if ho appeared on tho streets of Jackson A Floyd Byrd who is prosecuting James Hargis and tho other Breathitt county feud leaders went to tho courthouse and took his accus tomed place On account of the end ing of tho special term of court it will riot bo possible to try Hargis for sev oral weeks Should the trial take place In Jackson under similar conditions existing during tho last few days troops will be sent to protect tho court Cured of Lung Trouble lilt is now 11 years since I had a narrow escape from consumption vrltcs C 0 Floyd a loading business nan of Korshaw S C I had rundown In weight to pounds and loiighing was constant both by day mil by night Finally I began taking Dr Kings Now Discovery and con Inued this for about six months when my cough and lung trouble wore en Iroly gono and I was restored to my normal weight 170 pounds Thousands of persons are healed every year Juarnteed at Pennys Drug Store GOo and f Trial bottlo freeS HUSTONVILLE George M Givens has gone to Atla ta with a load of cotton mules Mrs J B Willis of Crab Orchard was a guest at Hotel Weatherford Sun dayD C Allen shipped two cars of hogs and cattlo to Cincinnati last week pay 2Jc for tho cattle and Cc for tho hogs Daniel Joyco and wife of Cincinnat are guests at Hotel Weatherford Rov Roso and J IL Reid of Corbin were at homo Sunday- S J Bell has bought the Richard farm on Green river for 2500 Mrs H A Richards reserving a lifetime right to live in the house Mrs Alvin Goode of Lexington IS spending this week with Mr and Mrs J P Goode Alvin Goode is manage of the Kauffmman Straus Co hous in LexingtonA hog weighing abou 130 pounds camo to my place threi weeks ago Owner can get him by paying for his keep and this notice Dude Jarman D C Allen ono of our hustling livestock traders bought and sold last yea C4C1 head of stock for which ho paid 5051953 lie expects to exceed thIs amount by fully 50 per cent this year and is making a good start toward ac complishing it Rev H W Elliott State evangelic for the Christian church filled tho pul pit of Rev Clarence Daniels hero Sun day The union prayer meeting at the Presbyterian church will be conducted by Prof McVey Wednesday evening Everybody cordially invited Much interest is being manifested in the entertainment to be given Thursday night 17th at the opera houso for the benefit of tho Crab Orchard Christian church The Lord loveth a cheerful giver and this being the Masters work it should have the helping hand of every Christian in the West End They have rebuilt their church and this method was adopted by the lady mom bers in order to pay a portion of their indebtednessMr Miss Lizzie True of Pona ill who havo been visiting Mr and Mrs R F Two and George Gil lock and family left Saturday for Whitelake S D where he will make his future home Horace Bohon is at homo from an extended trip through tho Pacific coast States where he sold Old Hickory Wagons by tho thousand lie says business in every line is boom Ing on tho slope R L Berry and wife took membership with tho Christian church here Sunday Mrs Nannie Har per of Middieburg was the guest of the family of J W Powell Wise Counsel From tho South I want to glvo some valuable advice to those who suffer with lame back and kidney trouble says J K BlanJonshlp of Heck Tcnn have proved to an absolute certainty that Electric Bitters will positively cure this distressing condition The first bottle gave me great relief and after taking a few moro bottles I was completely cured so completely that It becomes a pleasure to recommend this great remedy Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store Price 50c KINGSVILLE Ed Sweeney and James Dry of Mid dieburg were hero this week Clint Hieronimus Is visiting W F Lane Wm lye of Ludlow was here this week C F Jones of Lexlngto twas here Thursday Miss Bessie Isaacs is tho guest of Miss Bertha Thompson Mrs W F Lane will leave Saturday on an extended visit to Lexington Cincinnati and Dayton Ned Boland of Burnsidc was hero this week Mrs Laura Gooch of Somerset was the guest of Mrs Verna Hester An Insidious Danger One of tho worst features of kidney roublo is that it is an insidious dis oa80 and before tho victim realizes his longer ho may havo a fatal malady Tnko roles Kidney Cure at tho first sIgn of trouble as it corrects irregu arltlcs and prevents Bright disease and diabetes G L Penny The poultry fanciers of Mercer county met and effected an organization by sleeting T M Cardwell president Davlll Castleman vice president W E Gabhart secretary and W A Van livier treasurer It was decided to told a big poultry show in Horrodsburg on February Sand 9 Disturbed the Congregation The person who disturbed tho con negation lust Sunday by continually cough lug Is requested to buy a bottle of Foleys Honoy and Tar G L Penn The Cincinnati Commercial Tribune Is moved to remark Kentucky leads all tho States in the production of yellow pine distilleries and dry counties =Arch Woods aged 23 is dead of cor mption in Garrard A C DUNN J II BEA2LEY GREAT COMBINATION SALE At Stanford Ky on Jan 16 and n 07 WILL SELL 160 Head of Stallions Jacks Mares and Geldings Composed of the finest and bOAt bred both Saddle and Harness Stallions HighIbest markets Good class of big bono Jacks nnd Jennets Also 15 pairs of the best mules in tho State Ample Accommodations for Stock and People t r Write for Catalogue DUNN gl BEAZLEY Stanford Ky COL T D ENGLISH Auctioneer January Clearance Sale a 1500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 1148 1250 Mens Overcoats Cut to 948 1000 Mens Overcoats Cut to 748 750 Mens Overcoats Cut to 408 G50 Mens Overcoats Cut toA48500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 398 1800 Mens Suits Cut to 1398 1500 liens Suits Cut to 1198o1250 Mens Suits Cut tox 998 1000 Mens Suits Cut to 798 850 Mens Suits Cut to 598 750 Mens Suits Cut to 54j 500 liens Suits Cut to JQ8 The above prices are only on a few of our goods Come in before you buy elsewhere and get our pric- esSAM ROBINSON STANFORD K- YDIRMONDS and Fine Jewelry at Reasonable Prices We Cordially Invite You to Visit our Store While in Danville HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY Special Prices on Heatingi r Arv Stoves at- aeo p D Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries dec w f v r The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH Ii a candidate for neprvnentntlve Lincoln county subject to the action Demo ratio party J T ROBERTS Is n candidate for In tint Ornb Orchard MnRlterlnt IIstrtetuIJtctto the action of thu democratic party Treat is a bill pending in Congress to grant a pension of 25 a month to Mrs Stonewall Jackson widow of the immortal Confederate general Gen Jackson was a graduate of the West Point Military Academy and served in the United States army for several years before the Civil War Upon the occasion of the visit of President and and Mrs Roosevelt to Charlotte N C last year Mrs Jackson was one of the first persons tho president met Ho presented her to Mrs Roosevelt and the two paid a visit to the home of Mrs Jackson who has lived in Charlotte for many years It is thought that Mr Roosevelt suggested the introduction of the bill TilE Stato of Colorado now has aI preacher for Governor In deference to his wishes the inauguration ceremonies were conducted in a church which the reverend gentleman had assisted in building The Governor ended his in augural address with a prayer There was a little unbending of the clerical t program afterward when the new executive was escorted from the church by a military and civic procession Preachers like cobblers often make failures by not sticking to their jobs and the result of tho swapping of the pulpit for Statecraft will be watched with interest NEARLY 7000 lostand more than 500000000 worth of property de stroyedthis is the havoc that marks last years path of the red plague l e from San Francisco to New York Everyday of the year just ended on the average 20 lives and nearly 500000 were sacrificed upon the alter of the firegod Nowhere else in the world is the fife loss in bulk or pro rata anywhere near our own The average loss is now 200000000 a year and stil no effective means are taken to check it THE bachelor editors of the Harrods burg Herald who know about as much about women and their thoughts as Figee Islanders do about etiquette in dite the following Every woman Q wao has to get up mornings and build the fires feels that her husband shows each time how little he cares for her when in fact he is loving her all the more for it and just lying all cuddled heCIN a special message sent to Congress Saturday President Roosevelt urges immediate action by the United States Government in aiding in the work of restoring the Colorado river to its or iginal channel pointing out that un less the stream is diverted from the Imperial Valley of lower California immense property losses will result He es timtes that 2000000 is a suffi cient amount for the necessary emer gency work ALL previous records of the House of Representatives were broken Friday when in an hour and 35 minutes G23 private pension bills were passed in cluding 175 originating in the Senate With Representative Capron of Rhode Island in the chair the House passed seven bills a minute The largest pre vious record made by the House for celerity in passing private pension bills was 535 in one day IT seems to us that Gov Beckham made a mistake in his selection of a special judge to try the Hargis cases at Jackson If it is not too late to cor rect matters we hope the governor will do so Judge Carnes may be an able l jurist but certainly some of his rulings e were out of the ordinary to say the least NEWS comes from Lexington that y Frank Bullock present county judge of u Fayette will retire from politics after or i his present term of office expires It J is stated that J J Riley at present t judge is slated to succeed the Llr itastute county judge TilE now paper to be started at Som erset by Cecil Williams and Woodson May will make its appearance about rJ Jan 25 The office will be in the Trim r ble building It will be an eightpago paper and will be issued every Friday J THE Louisville Times asks this perti neat question With wages at 120 a day the mercury at 110 in the shade t and beer at 25 cents a glass how can 0this Government ever hope to build the Panama Canal THE Danville News shows evident signs of prosperity It has just install ed a fine new press and has increased its size to a seven column folio Con tinued success to Its clever editors THE Richmond Registers New dress is a thing of beauty and fits to I perfection r POLITICAL Tis said Former Gov Bradley has his eye on a seat in the United States Senate Well hed better take his eye oft the scat if he doesnt want it sat upon Louisville Times Two bills aimed at lobbyists were in troducedin the Indiana Legislature and in tho first flood of new measures n rap was taken at tho Standard Oil Co The bill fixing railroad rates at two cents was offered A joint resolution approving the tion of President Roosevelt in dismiss ing the battalion of Negro soldiers con cerned in the Brownsville Tex disturbances was passed unanimously in the Tennessee Legislature Gov Beckham appointed Maj D W Sanders of Louisville to preside in the Bell Circuit Court and Judge J A Daugherty of Owingsville to preside in the Elliott Circuit Court as Special Judge in certain cases Gov Hanly of Indiana read his mes sage to the Legislature The executive reviewed his reform achievements of the last two years and urged new in surance legislation a twocent rate on railroads and more power to curb trusts and trust gambling That tho breeding and race track in terests of Tennessee soon will bo wiped out is the belief expressed by leading turfmen of Nashville as a result of the practical assurance that the antiraco betting bill will pass during the present session of the Tennessee Legisla tureGov Beckham has appointed Lieut J W Crossficld of Lawrenceburg to the position of chief clerk in the department of the adjutant general a place that has been vacant for some time The appointment was made upon the recommendation of Adj Gen Law renceSenator Tillman spoke on the Browns ville incident in the Senate lie characterized the Presidents action in the matter as nothing more nor less than lynching He challenged anyone to produce in the army regula tions or articles of war any foundation for the charge of conspiracy of silence mutiny and treason made against the soldiers although he declared there was no doubt that these soldiers were responsible for the outrage at Browns ville The Senator was interrupted many times by other members who questioned him closely on the ground for his racial opinions MATRIMONIAL Cleveland McMullin and Miss Eva Wave were married at Allen Gcdans SundayJames Hockcr aged 23 and Miss Samantha Frazier 15 were married at the brides home on Green river on the 13thWilliam Rodes Shackelford of Rich moud and Miss Anne Louise Clay daughter of lion Cassius M Clay will be married at Paris Jan 29 Both are prominent society people The time for pooling tobacco with the Burley Growers organization has ex pired A meeting of the Executive committee will be held today at Win chester with a view to perfecting the the details of the organization Roscoe Catching son of W B Catch ing and wellknown by everybody in this community surprised his friends and acquaintances by bringing a bride to London last Sunday lie was mar ried Saturday at Winchester to Miss Cynthia CampbellLondon Local Here and There Albert Tatham aged 83 is dead in persons were killed in a mine explosion near Clinton Ind Judge J K Sumrall one of Boyles most prominent citizens is dead The wife of George B Mason of Chicago is dead Mr Mason is a brother of W B Mason of Lancaster The Cumberland railroad extension from Knox county to Jellico has been placed in the hands of the contractors and construction work has started vigorously at several points Excitement is high at Richmond over the charge of an attempted assault on line year old Maggie Morgan by W C Burton a tramp painter Tho child is a daughter of J C Morgan proprietor of the St Charles Hotel CHURCH RSRev W F Benton one of the old est Methodist preachers in the State is dead at Cynthiana He was 80 years old and had been a minister in the Ken tucky Conference of the Methodist church for 60 years and had never missed an appointment during his ministry on account of sickness CORNS CUREDCorn Exit will post tively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to and every customer whose corns are not removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing a perfect cure is PennyIruggist SAVE money time and trouble by ordering papers and magazines from Miss Crab Ky FIFTEEN extra meathogs 300 to 400 pounds for sale B Holtz claw R R No1 Stanford HORSE STOLEN A little lute horse about hands hltih coining three In Hprlnc two vhltu hunt fett with miuill star In tort iti wax stolon from my plnvo on Crnb Orchard pike oiui nlllhtJun7thturn of tho horse Ho In n good walking horse FRANK Tonn lautcnater Ky PUBLIC SALE I will Hell nt inlbllo unction two miles from Crab UrclmrU on the Ialatattr taint orchard pike beginning tit o clock YtItuTIthelIIk Cow three Jilt Hog l Unltlvntor DUo horror Nu 3UOtWur Turning Plow two Rood worn tlruhhlngHUtWIIKOII Ilnrne complete twoseated pole null limit lied ItoomHurrlwllh COhalra one net of Hurl Ullrllnhrll11K118IJllllull linico nod lilts I tithing alone Knives mid Forks Tttivo dozen emu ot Fruit MewIng Machine good Sorghum Mill Liulloa are v peclally invllid lYrms Cash U li8MITHCnibOrchimlKy PUBLIC SALE I Ilnvlng decided to move to Indlanii I will Pull lit my retUlfiicv on till Htiinfonl ot tenhvliu plkvai oiu ml esfrom Ntnnfiml mid 2y orthofUtluviluulutonTV the following draerllieil property towlt orIwagon gwir plow gwir buggy null corn household and kllenen furliltunI consisting Itt room sue wardrobe one prtasont ulcp hunvtuonecwtng IIIHCIIIIt one clock inland tubliw it lot 01 chair tluditeadi one cook stove ax good new 1xtntochickens one large kettle Will also tell III sow mill nearly as good us new out grist mill Mtot bliickmnuii toots WIll mllllr ont hlg ptow unr donut luorrl IIlIIt runny other things too numerous to men lion reruns inaue known on day of Milt J A JAMKH OtUmhelm Ky ICol J r Chandler Acct POSTED trtctl3forbidpassing on our place and will prosecute vi olator to the full extent of the law Fred VonGruenlgau llelchenbach llros VonUruenlganFredUclclienbach Josepn llallou A C Dunn M J Ilofmann- MrMHaydenWelch M n Klmore David mcpheus Mnry HotTmann llnuglimnnUlirlillnaJacob Jessweln Ham lianieron MriMJAslilock OUCiovor Fred Handorf Mr MlVmlletoil W It Oordler J Nevln Carter Peter Jlnlmer J Cainenlsch lIughrtJUHprnttJJ W IVak II F Milltill Meaner t Paxton V U Itoutt llndny3lAlex Cooper Mrs Mary IVpples Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mottle litO Imp jo n llros Tlnsley Hpoonauiore W Carter lien I Martin M F Lawrence Sale of Valuable Farm and Personalty As ndmlnlstmtor of Joliet A Wright will ou- WKDNKBDAY JAN 90 1HT at his late residence one mile from Hus tOil lilt on Danville pike In Lincoln coun ty Ky soil at public outcry tilt personal Is uxceptlonallygoo nuouitsntalnty of following the 1hroodweanlingttlUfs 74 sheep jo hug sown pigs and Ixmrifi yearling cattleo milk cows I tluee yearold hull lot or liny about N barrels of corn Hi shocks of rudder liuil tobacco utItkUuleundhull and kitchen furniture pair of stock scales pair of movable Howe wnlestO rods of wire fence and fencing apparatus Utgums wagon gears luirnei Middle combl nation lIun two Willcheottr lIlleleMime time mid place as the agent ofthe help of John A Wright I will over for wile at public outcry the farm nrrelyinglonvllle turnpike about ono mile from Hus tonvllle Lincoln county Ky mid about the samu distance front the shipping point on the Cincinnati Houthern iUitlwny Ills nil ofItwelllensedsirable farms In the county and convenient 1111tlollMr Cleorge Wright will show prospective purclmters over the farm and the tree of the horses can be obtained trop him dayfJ II PAXTuN Admr Etc Col J P Chandler Auct Central Kentucky Rea1EstateExchaoe TITLE CO No 56 Flay acres nor Pleusnt Point Ky Frame Brooms and porcb Barn sad other outbuildings sera In cultivation rat In tim ber Well watered 800 yards from posomce khtal- ndchurch lays well 00 pike sod la g am inunltr rrlce onIJbcjrtIou on place Itodence rooms 1lt tory log creInfencing good lood Umber Well at bout ruoologIboulll1Illow on easy terms or will divide place to suit purchasers nice little 6 loom cotUto All sect 34illcub No 117 A farm of 100 acres stout mile from lorIondwelllsg ands large barn This property Is on a splendid pike close to school etc rlce fia per acre countyKybuilt 8 years ago IIteum and water power uptodatesent bolt The engine Is of 7 years run 14 acres with the mill Including what Is with tbe house of 5 rooms All for 6230 or JS 800 tor tbo mill and It acres One half cash las line trade No mill In 10 miles No 7010 acres of land twostory trout cottage rooms hall tic U new a good garden and splendid orchard of one and one halt acres mullebougood mill on the place a good crusher In until U II run by natural flower which is great economy properlyIaislwsvsareadyas ground We will sell tbls place for 2400 It putupMctlnnyon pike No It box stalls sbid on MC title and drhJloccnttr 2 other barns Iud 2 tenant house Sroom btlck residence and klicben stud all other ntccsiary out buildings Uullolnga and fencing In good reoair place well watered tiller at bun and house tend sprints re Alum tan la rats and the test In cul tlfailou ltlrot9t0AUu No 151110 sere farm shunt I mile this side of Shilby City room cottage apurcbfs No cellar uuder kitchen loud rn ot stalls crib etc lluildlngs ant In good relslr lad the fencings are moderate Two springs and good pond on Vet About 41 acre In timothy and clorer rest In woodland Price f800W No AIM acrerarmllufou l lx ricer neAr Crab trchard and 43acrvtlu psituir rest In good timber About 71 beating fruit tm Son the place tory 0 roiu dwelling Ordln lysiabie and crib sad a lory good tenant uouss Th buildings are In very good sbsebulthefeom ace not The pi re U watered b Buem filling tptlugs This Is a go- tstck lUlu sod IsuOtnd at a Price ouii IUW W No lvitt0 acre farm or lluitonrllle Clwd dwelling cuuld b slid aod fortowugood Iltrie wellwaterni d the fencing and buildings ate In goo roiidktb Thlslsou of the bcnturuis In the county Tbe soil Is rich soil will pruduvo hemp etc Price 00 rIo 4Two story Irauie dwelling 7 rooms ball lad rcranda U gardend fencing and house In good For oak or rent Prim reasonable No ssllouseundfveacreeof land la llcKIn ney Nrmsary outbuildings Fencing good stud well Will sell tbls plate ou ratj terms No 7529 sties of good land sea roomy two watered gust muring It bstory elmnfwoll Sla Ittded Tbool and churches This isatlcemble lIuJUtI Price rearanaMe Na7eroom frame rot ige and One acre e laud In Klrolil Ky Large luru trunk booN Ac All buldlngs and fencing In guwt repali Price Sioa- So 67 acres ot land cettaie of 4 room IIInecrMsry h 1OttOombUndlpebeFmetn gout rtpslr Place wrll watered a iploUIJ well st bow etc Land Is all level and wet Young ara ve and peach orchard hits laim It about mlWstrom town rlce5jwd- No281A KO sere tarn In the Wajwibuig sreilon about 214 mite fruui 3 tall toad station close to pot ornce stores thunbn tie Lay i between aunty mads aural Fne Uellterj Rout tiy puce Four room log house a splendid turn 41Il t bating lies two goal ahe s Is watered with nererfslllag tpiUgs sod a rut ring bun h through the p see hat good foot lngandi uil ulWln s lrlceIItoO Terms ul no lo ino acre farm situated on tbe Wajms burg and Ml Vernon mal stwt I mliM fIlor Wan urg leas a 6 nom roltat rec Thl Uw letunga to a gentleman In f aioruls sod he will sell ihfapaudcn easy tam NO A nice Urge store room sod dwflllrg above ronsitttngof eevnl nicely furnished moat n1 III necswury ontbulldtnp This properly is tn good repair situated vu itsl- urcet tight In the buds toulon or town Thus Iottl will be sold of a turgiln and Is a splenilid ullrlualtlo torn one tlrtmng to golnoiuinns r Ior anti dwelllrg being combined le gal saTlng In rent sic No WH acres ol land near Crab Orchard chest No 1one Tacant lot In Junction City at Southeut curnrr of Lucas and Orofton slrwls rroatlol 50 It on Utonoo street ad ruoDlal tvutb on Lucus ttrtrt frrc Price f csih- ZiMoii audloton Logan itmt In Stan ford i nod garden lite Et eryihlng la goal ie pair Rite IIGOO No IZM acres ot lard 2 dwellings of ronmt each large tolucco tarn 132 tret long nest to the lest bun la Lincoln county 2 small stock barn- imlprotenylaps between 2 good county rood ardil leading All the buildings and frbilcg Ire In goof repair Place Is well water t by ifonJ tprlngs creeks etc Splendid tobacco land andwi raise IS barrels of torn to tbe acre Tblt oICtstnuatmattoflaaelln Lincoln county you are loc lur I baraaln this II Tour cblnet 1lcecbap No 118100 acre farm about S miles from town tap cullltntlon well water id etc Snusilcoltageof fourroons large kits Iroierly well fenced etc lrlce I50 per acre No Seven room dwelling good cellar and acre latd NeTerfalllsgwell aud spring Fencing fair condition eoeap p cfaetotownWillm a Imalilamll No 11781 acre farm In I tulle ot Pbll i4 tuny loom dwelling sole house smoke house weil bouM crib etc All the buildings and fencing are ISsir condition laud orchard slwut 7s urea lu cultivation rest togAdtimber Watered by a oeter falling well and waters Fork Price 12200 NoSH A fnnnof alxil 1M acne on one cl Ibe best turnpikes In tbe county A hnndwme two story frame Rd one ef the lnr M and host Urns la tbe ivuniy Tills place Is well wiitird and everything about It leMudu tone Is la repair In it good cotsuiunlly IloMtoKboolsandiiloutZO mtnuus drive rroin smoford This n Cory desirable bone Putt Ml No n IOooo acres of cotton UnJ In MlMlstlp l There Is no section ot country which often so man opportunities for profitable Investment as the Mutt s sirrl hleh Is now goy described as Pros rerllyalle The timber Is becoming more valu she all the time for the reason that lumber reoplt from the North where the supply of timber fail diminishing are constantly Increasing their put thaw of Umber lanli In the South If hen the bet Is removed the land Is unequaled for agricultu ral purposes It will produce a bale of cotton to the acre or will grow other kind of crop ralMj in the ion The soil neck no fertllliers and gives ayleldwhlchcannotbe excelled Uses aretow- the title Is perfect nan who buys Delta tarn and timber lands al present prices Is making an In vestment that he will never regret This land Is dl vlded Into tracts ranging from 40 urn to the tract to acres to the trsrt and IrKU from J8 peracrr la Si6 per acre according to ltatk n etc We are authorized by the company who owns these land to sute that as other parties are ceniUerlng till urchase of theta lands that we offer these tracts ecttoprloralewlthdrawal from market cbange n price wlthont flowerer when nouhei they will hold any tract out of market long enough for the purchaser to make an Investigation About 1000 acres of this land has been soMfry the Cor- nsnlsincewereceived this option For further pan No 1S2SO acre farm j mile of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling I rooms two tenant houses two barns well and spring near dwelling Farm In high slate ol cultivation 160 acres river bottom land good fencing fruit etc Price 110 00 an acre No r nice farm at Highland Kwell improve ed well watered etc Price Iroo- j4 6iacies of land on Jamestown road south of Dunnvllle too acres In cultivation about acres In timber and rest In grass A large new frame dwell Inr also an e4 dwelling on place A new tarn and wo old ones It Is well watered and the tenting Is rood On public rod Price looo Also a barrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Null River Steam power new up o date In every particular and good dwell ng with Improvements 20 acres of fine and closo to Southern railroad Price 19 1M Cottage In Lancaster 71 feet front and feet deep All necessary outbuildings except barn Everything new and In gout shape Cot tage contains 4 rooms hall vernd1back porch aod basement Close to etc 1rlceliJOOOO No 10Tnerea of land two story front col age aeven room halls etc louse Is sew a good arJee and splendid orcbsrd of acre fencing irood two itablelbu6gy house smoks houae eta t good on Is also a good mill on tbe place a g od crulber In mill It la run by nit Ira power which Is a great economy slid the dam is la good repair Will sell the property at a low figure or lease It No 26 Frame hotel large room double reran duo hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom fronting ttreet 10 leet from hotel up stslrs suits ble fordw Ing 2 nice cottages nicely furnished pspered and painted rooms and veranda each A on urge lot used u stable Coot ardenVacantlotadjolning34fce front IIr 200 elt deep AUf thtaproperly London Ky and Is a fine chance for ague one to mate money Poprlelor has refused to rent property fur per month account of health of wile only awn fur selling propllietor desires to euhDI for tarn In Lincoln county no 76A smell farm of urea of good land located close to town Price 12220 No S4 90 acres of land one mile from Somerset tycutlnavenfeld Forty acre In cultlva tlooO acres balance In timber Dwell ng conlalni seven rccins Large barn and all nec s ury outbuildings Fences buildings In tplen Id wen watered Putt2800- NoldltOureaof land In Ford ill miles from studs miles fromArkansas rlrer Seventy acres of land la rivet bottom It lintclallnelloelln This land it for or exchange 3lG acres In Allen county Ky on rail rood and pike about acres cultivated about 123 In timber and grass and about 150 In grass Timber on place ls cut to IB Inches but will make barrel timber shing lei ties and cord wood enough to pay for the place twice over A large part ed aro tour dwellings of rooms each and one store of twostorles with rooms above has willis and springs ot water Is In 8 mile of county seat grows tobacco corn wheat grace etc for 2zo Onehalf cub out COOT SftLE I 4zI m 7r Ii Itsan illwind that blows nobody good and this warm season now brings the price of our Coats within the I REACH OF FALL r We have a big stock and I would rather LOSE MONEY on them now than carry them to another season Our sizes run from a childs 4yearold to a mans extra size 48tI mean to SELL THEM Its your opportun t ity We have some GOOD ONES EXTRA 1 GOOD1ONES as well as low price ones Prices t NAMED will mean nothing to you unless you can see the garment If you really want anp Over Coat we believe our prices will suit you See them in our windows and on the counter It at the reduced prices I r1 H J McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY No Better Cough Remedy is Made than Our Compound Syrup White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottler PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentuclcy GREAT BARGAINS IN HOLIDAY GOODS CALL NOW W B McRobertsEitsoxAL supervision given to all conij ounded NOTICE JlrullgIlIcklurriiril counties Arty unit 0110 can order of tutu tit Prvnclivrtvllle Ky huokllowntruthfulWhatchine uun be rullrd on K U VAI1XN Out for Bargains Start the Now Year Right by trading with D J SMITH Gilbert Creek Ky Beat Goods at Lowest Prices is His Motto DRUGGIST STANFORD Prescriptions Look For Sale Privately Onndoubln suited carriage with iiola iwliiK IIIl1chlllOl1 rltrlKtrlltorllroli ante I pnhr hnrruw l now church orgun iMtlsteiul hmttress siirltiKi wnsli stand Will mil chen If sold ut once H I allAY Htnnford Ky 3500 Range An elegant atoul range 0 cup nil vessel with It with web II tmrctmso for cush wily I will give n ticket to ouch purchaser of Merchandise nt my store Homo ono will get this clognnt rnntjo Conio anti leo It Just received n nice line of Ham burgs Edging Oallcoct Ac Ilionu 2 Oum ttorlund 0 II HAUIIIH Crab Orchard Ky 1 Flouncings In now patterns nil widths 12 inches to 27 inches with insertionIto BABY SETS 4 liMnay diflbrcnt pattorng in Swim and Nainsook Sets tro edges 0110 intcr tfon and nil over to tch1iry PRICES I Ii yin addition to tho exclusive high grade goods wo nro showing special vnhiCB in popular priced goalsY I I BTANFOUU KY JAN 15 1007 I WE have received a big lIupply of Comic nnd Leather Post Cards rcn t nys Drug Mn G M BALLAHD Is up from Somerset MR J H STHiHBNS Is over from Lexington Mils S M OWENS Is with her rlstc at Hartford tiRe CC CARSON of Liberty nt tended court hero yesterday Mils L BOWMAN OWENS Is osslstlm In the McKinney Deposit Hank Dn E J BROWN went up to Corbii t on professional business Saturday MRS C T THOMPSON of Fnyctte Is with her father and brother hero MR WILL S BROADDUB Is back from a protracted stay in ludlan Territory ED IEYTON Is down from Mid 1Mn and Ills friends are glad to set him BORN to the wife of Mr Preston L 1leek Friday night a daughter Cath crlno MRS LiNA HAINES Is tho guest her sister Mrs Thomas louse at Lan caster f Miss MATTIC SACRAY Is back from a visit to her sinter Miss Maggie Sacray I tlIn Danvlllo MR JOE J SPEARS of tie West End 1 has taken a position In a commissary at Stonega Va MRS E L MAYS and son have re turned to Kldds Storo nIter a visit to Miss Viola Brady MR HonERT T BRUCE went to Chi cago Saturday to take a position with a big stock yards firm D H SKINNER of Stonega Vn spent soveral days with his wife ant children at Hustonvllle EUGENE JONES leaves today for Las Vepas N M for his health which has been bad for some time Miss SusiB THOMPSON of Mt Vernon Is tho Rucstof her sister Mrs L IL Hushes at tho St Asnph MRS J T FLANAOAN who has been visiting Mrs J G Irvine has returned to her home at Bosworth Mo rMR J H WATTS camo up from liar Tenn to attend tho burial of his brother in4aw Mr John Murphy MR J I MYERS wife and baby of Lexington nro with his parents Mr i Josh Myers and wife at MlllcdRovIlIe BORN to the wifo of Mr W J Do- zier t a son Mr anti Mrs Dozier ar rived hero from Magnolia Miss a few weeks ago MR A C DUNN was In Louisville advertising the Combina and Lexington tlon Sale to bo held hero tomorrow and Thursday 10 and 17 MR W A MoiiERLY of the Rand Powder Co of Knoxville has our thanks for tho handsomest calendar wo have seen In many a day Mu JOSIAH MULLINS a splendid cit Izen has moved down from Rockcastlo Ho bought John Fords farm In tho East End some time ago MR HEN B MCROBERTS formerly sheriff of of this county was elected Boone county Ind by the largest ma jority over given a democrat DR T M LEWIS is spending a few weeks with his son Mr A A Lewis in Covington Mr Robert T Lewis ifalso made his brother a brief visit GEORGE J CUNNINGHAM ono of the INTERIOR JOURNALS best friends and patrons was hero from Casey yes t terday and paid for his paper to Jan 13 1909 THE Current Events Club will meet with Mrs J S Owsley at 2 oclock Thursday afternoon Instead of with Mrs J W Baughman as was an nouncedMn MRS R S LYTLE will re ceive this evening from six to eight In honor f Dr and Mrs Fayette Dunlop and Mr and Mrs Leans BosleyDan villo News Jan 11 SQUIRE W D WALLIN of tho East End was hero yesterday receiving con gratulations from his numerous friends at his over tho of a daughter home a few days since AN Owensboro dispatch says William M Bogle joint freight agent for the Louisville Iiendonon and St Louis railroad and tho Louisville aad Nash ville road at this city has resigned MR GEORGE T WOOD and family today for Muskogeo I T to ro ded feeling of ragretlthntour people cfivo this family We heartily most them to the good people of the best mental therehanks Mils JOHN J McUoiiKnts has been suffering from grip MRS J A BLAIN of Hustonvlllu Is with tho Misses Ellis ATTORNEY W B HANSFOUD of Hy den was hero yesterday Mit JOHN II JACKSON and family splendid Laurel county citizens hnvi moved to tho Swope farm ho bough some time ago MIss FLORENCE DECK came homo yesterday from Mississippi in which State she is teaching Her eyes are giving her trouble MRS J U WIMIS of Crab Orchard Springs was hero Saturday advertising the delightful entertainment to be given at Waltons Opera House tomorrow evening 10th for tho boner of the Crab Orchard Christian church LOCALS FOR KENT Nico cottage J C Me Clary HEMP forrentMiss Nancy VanDeveer LOCUST posts for sale D C Sipplc McKinney Ky TRY some of that good molasses at Singletons store NEW patterns in stamping Mrs K P Miller Stanford HONEY HAYS a wellknown Honey yule Negro is dead MYERS barndoor hangers tho best At Singletons store FOR SALE howuse live In E e Walton Stanford 100 cash buys 20 Ibs granulate sugar at W H Hlgglns SEE Mrs W S Jones for fish celery and oysters onFriday and Saturday MR JOHN B HIGGINS has sold his store at Rowland to Mr J C Napier of Garrard JUDGING from tho number of drunks in town yesterday the saloons did a land office business LADIES suits and cloaks look mighty heap at onehalf and onethird off the price at Severances J R EOMISTON Crab Orchard has extended his sale of store accounts for a short time by request of several customers ATTENTION FARM BUS You aro re quested to return my fence stretchers which you borrowed from me Geo H FARRIS A LKTTEII for Miss Ophelia Atkins was found on the street and left at this office If sho will call wo will gladly Rive her the epistle Y was tho wettest meanest court day in years A fairly good rowd was here however and some Business was transacted Mns BETSY ncelebrated her 88th birthday at her homo near cdgovillo last week She was given a big spread by relatives and friends TilE ofentertainment to be given at Waltons Opera House tomorrow evening ICth for tho benefit of tho Christian church at Crab Or hard appears elsewhere Head it TilE money hose gentlemen who went to Lancaster to do jury service in tho case of the Commonwealth against Dill Humbor has como and they can get It by calling on Trustee of the Jury Fund W 0 Walker Toe citizens on Danville Avenue are profoundly grateful to the city council Cor the wheelbarrow of rocks and brick iata thrown in a mudhole in front of he Graded School Let tho good work oC street repairing continue Tim United Daughters oftho Con ederacy Invite you to bo present at the ecturo of Dr A S MolTett of Lebanon at Waltons Opera louse hero at OiJO Saturday morning next in cele ration of tho lOOdth birthday of Gen lobert E Lee Two hundred of beat stallions mares mules and ponies in this section will bo sold at the Combination Salo to- bo held hero by Messrs Dunn Bcaz loy on tomorrow and Thursday Jan 16 and 17 Buyers from many States wlt bo present and everything points to the biggest sale held in this section of the State in years Better bo here It yon want a good animal or so Embroideries ststasla We have just planed on gale the prettiest and most extensive line ot Embroideries and Laces we have ever shown We have them on nil weight cjgths Cambric Nainsook and Swiss LACES f in Vale Linen Torechon Normandy Vale Mcclnn and German Vals SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY StorePERSONALS SEE Mrs Kate P Miller before have ing your stamping done You stingy men ought to buy your wife a fur They are going nt halt price at Severances FARIERS1t you have any of our sacks please return them at once or call and settle for them J II Baugh man Co- SIInnFF HILLS delinquent list will not appear until Friday next 18th 110 decided to give thoso who have not paid their taxes one morn chance JESSE LAWRENCE little son of M F Lawrence foil from a loaded wags the other day and broke one of his legs between the ankle and the knee j A T J R N LLYsold to tho city of Stanford a portion of tho lot they bought of Mrs Mattie Nevius and DC pot Street will now bo opened to Mocks ville THIEVES entered Tim W Hutchison hen house tho other night nnd stole 30 hens and roosters Buyers of poultry will please look out for suspicious char acters who sell fowls TilE question as to whether or not whisky shall be sold In Stanford after tho present saloon licenses expire will be argued before tho Court of Appeal Thursday by Attorneys P M McRob oils and Geo B Saufloy a TRIBULE PENCE have bought a hearse and an undertaking outfit and offer their services to the public Mr Embry T Bcazlcy an experienced un dertaker will look after this line See advertisement next issue S HOUSES FOR RENTI desire to rent for tho year 1907 the Helm residence on Danville Avenue There are five acres of land in the lot and the homo is a very desirable one Also the brick cottage on Somerset pike now occupied by George T Wood II Helm Stan sord Ky FURSW B Land of tho firm of Land Buchanan junk dealers re turned from Garrard and Madison last week with a load of furs numbering about 700 lie bought them of various parties paying as high as 375 for somo of them Tho load coat him between and 700 CASII No DISCOUNTIt Is with pleasure that we accept draft for 000 delivered by Jesse D Wearen the insurance man Stanford Ky for his portion of our loss of Dec 20 lost on merchandise For prompt and liberal settlement of losses we commend to property owners The Queen Insurance Co of America represented by Jesse- D Wearen Stanford Ky Settlement cash no discount Tho Reynolds Co Wayncsburg Ky Jan 7 1907 HUSTONVILLE JB Willis in forms us that the entertainment to be given hero Wednesday by Mesdames Annie R Rentz reader and Nell Do Marque GIbbs pianist will be reproduced nt Alcorns Opera House Hus tonville on tho night followingThurs lay Jan 17 We hope the West End people will turn out en masse to help his laudable cause The proceeds will jo to tho Christian church at Crab Or hard which was destroyed by a yclone some three years ago CIRCUIT COURT The case of Thomas Davis for his son Van Davis against the L N on trial when we went to press Friday resulted in a verdict for the defendant Young Davis had a foot badly hurt while in tho companys employ and his father sued for 3000 damages Thomas Davis sued the L N for 1200 for loss of time from his work for tho company doctors bills etc while waiting on his son and got 3GS Tho suit of the Lincoln County Real Estate Exchange Title Co against J T Bingaman now has tho ttention of tho court MURPHY JohnMurphy son of the late Logan Murphy of the May sod section died at his home at Jel ico after a long illness of stomach trouble The remains were brought to the home of his sister Mrs W A Mober y Sunday and yesterday morning at 10 oclock they were laid to rest in Buf fnlo cemetery Undertaker J C Mc Clary made appropriate remarks at tho home Mr Murphy is survived by his wife who was a Miss Cash and six Children Ho was a kindhearted clev er man and many friends there are who are saddened by his taking away FOR SALE One good milk wagon George II Simpson Shelby City WE piecesRockestc ware that we will close out at cost un til Feb 1 W IL Higgins THERE is sorrow in the home of Mrs Pamclia Brown Her celebrated Maltese cat Polk Williams a family pet of a dozen or more years died Friday Tho date cf tho Interment has not yet been announced Tin will of Isaac Hamilton was probated in tho county court yesterday Ho leaves his property to his wife three children and grandchildren The will of Bony Hays colored was also pro bated This and some routine business was the extent of tho work done A DISPATCH sent from Crab Orchard says that H Howard has sold five acrei of his farm two miles south of Crab Orchard on the L N at 250 per acre and has given an option on the remainder of the farm at 100 per acre The purchaser a Lexington stone cot tractor is getting machinery and mat ing arrangements to open a quarry of building stone on the land ho has pur chased Ho claims that the stone is of as high grade as the famous Bedford stone LINCOLN LEADS Lincoln county Kentucky has perhaps contributed more teachers In proportion to Its population to the profession of teach ing the deaf than any other county in the United States in the same length of time There are at present 2G con nected with the various schools through out the country and a number of others who would like to be The Montana school alone has four and we have received applications from several of those Lincoln county girls If this thing continues the young men of that now famous county will by and by be compelled to bach it do their own cooking and sew on their buttons or go to Massachusetts for wives Education is a good thing but is very evident that there can bo too much of it under cer taro circumstances We trust there will bono serious reaction against the present advanced educational spirit up In Kentucky as a consequence Lone Sta- rFarm for Sale or Rent TurlWrnlllll10rnertstnry outbuilding In good nimlrTITIMH private AUdr sJ KilOVKKOor bin KyoorCull on C K Bower on the place Pay Up or Be Advertised J H 1MmUtonot Ornli Orchard Ky tine tiliieetl nil ot Ills store accounts In my hands for rnneettonond If not pnld before Jany Ih1arl I will mlvertlne each nnd every per susS account for milt lit public nuctlontiuth In tin INTKHIOH JoniSAi and on potters whiCh will lie posted In public placet T It HILL Sheriff FARM FOR SALE I wish to sell privately my farm of 13i IIcrlRtbe old Abmtuiin fiirin near the Ot enhi S toile from Irnb Orclutrd lliKMl residence of seven rooms Outbuild Inlln fnlrly good repair Well nt kitchen tour mid four springs on tliu farm Terms reasonable Fern lies on let dirt road In the county J C IIAYKH8tnnfonlKy It K n No1 NOTICE Wo a want every person that Is ntlllcted with rheumatism Kidney trouble or liny illtenie arising from Impure blood to try n IMickoizi of our standard remedy llemem er we uuarnntee It to cure if taken accor- digtudlreetlnnsoryuurntonev will ro holed dose wit n rllothlrld RUiirsntee Price IUM For tie by It Williams Agent MclClnney Ky PUBLIC SALE I I will sell nt public talent nt plllcoon Dlx liver 1H miles from Walnut Illt lid tbreo mile from Crab Orchard on- HATUUDAV JAN USJi Iho following property Household and Cltchen Furniture Implements eluding Plows iorse Wagon Hunts Jultlvators hues Ktc Two o Milk Ol8l3 Horse two very gentle Mores and- o one Mare upposed to hi tin rooll one stuck of Oats Burros and liar nell lluckxBrd 15 Hheep fctc Toms undo known on dnyof sale JOHKHM1TII Col J Chandler Aurt VITAE of g Mothers Natures forthe Ills of Mankind 1lIln Killer Germ ThstroyertDIsPII80 Hun Isber ntood Htrcngtu Iteitorer- f H Bogie Markeljury Kentucky General Agent Cottons sAll grades nnd prices in Cottons Cambrics Long Cloths Nainsooks Etc LINENST- his excellent washing and wearing material bids faro to surpass its fOrm- er popularity See our showing at 2oc to 75c Special in linen Sheeting 2J yards wide at 80c yard 5c LACES Vc have n limited quantity of pure Linen Torsclion Laces at 5c Come early to get these BUY ODD PANTS I Tie olJd Place Both light t f Pantsto the Suit you started the Winter on show wear The Time is Right for a New Pair We have a large stock of choice pat terns all sizes 28 to 48 Our store is the right place to buy them Prices to 5 CUMMINSMCLARYSTANFORD SEE OUR AND lOc DEPARTMENT NOW It is full of good things Better val ues are being shown there now than ever before It is YOUR Chance to Save Money Watch This Space Next Issue It will be to your interest to do so We have had practically no Winter weather but last Summer we didnt know this and bought Winter goods just the same Now we are GOING TO SELL THEM regardless of price Watch this space for the great price slaughter L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY r The Interior Journal 2illered in the Pott Office cU Stanford usxmddat matter- VBL2BUUD FIUDArlljAT 100 PER mea not so powill be Cbargedl TURKEYS I Vaminoth bronze Turkeys pure l ml i to t IIMm o JoAntoFa1rrtVl wI oultrylurmblPreachor- tut Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE BUSES h CLABSSON Prcri JUNCTION CITV KY platCIuITnrnontI at Reasonable Rate pedal Attention to Traveling Men and nay For Bale For Sale Privately bouse ud 10 laud ltJated unitsoon Somersettsitontslda of town the Ikl House has 7 rooms kitchen and tery allgood cellur Itable and secealary outbuildings Water hydrant In Se yard one for J P RA1LfiY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately JlRTlng determined to quit forming 1 will farm of 2n acres nearmytell DrUntwly miles from orelandon thellH itnllrond 9 well flstud pikeCrop consllt of worn and hay houeltnd oats tock Jennets IliudNood iuarea vlll sell a hargalll If a buyer In the next 31 or 40 day nll KING Morelnnd I- CyINSURANCE WindStorm Life and lire Lightning QEBT and AMiaent None the HTKO Lowet 10 lK8T alble Rate Guaranteed Losi laylngnec erfllUnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky neildence Phone No 8J BD CARTER Successor to Bruce A Carter livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY StoJal attention to Commercial Men Your patronage U solicited lIonel on commission Stock Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale C 3 wish to edit privately my farm of aamS mile West of on the Lexa inSDn pike It Is well Improved and ha vltnty of water and timber fenced sad b In good farmunimproved of 100 acresAlso on between Lancaster and Ix71ng midway Teton pikes food outlet each way Well ERRINGJonrwd Terms rensonable TIh IIN bury Ky GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU clothing when there bwlittludlaoruneeln the price of ready wade aunts and u to your measure oaken by tin experienced tailor have a aandsomo line of Winter goods an make from low price buslnos suit to- the IInEtd eIeult Also Onrcolltl Trousers and Fancy Vosts The company I rep awdfit second to none llIO UtIPLKY Tho Tailor Htanfonl Ky e 1Xt lary Undertaker Embalmer and 1ealor in HarneasSaddlery ftc fTANFORD KENTUCKY ll OttIctJrhone 187 Home Phono 35 t JlBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ws Also Dealers im Fur liture MatttngeRtlgs They will exchange Furniture for yQ Kinds of Stock Givo iW a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY d FARMERS DEPARTMENT J M Cress sold to J D Ends 31I yearling cattle at 4cIJ C Hays bought in Laurel a bunch a carload of 16II his 115acre 7- 5lOver 5000 bushels of orchard grass at Midway at 110 J K Baughman sold to T B BrIght 20 extra good sugar mules at 175 53 acres of hemp land for rent Mrs Rebecca R Carpenter Hustonville W L McCarty sold to G W Morrl son of Iowa his fouryearold jack for fouryearold gelding for sale Works anywhere Henry Logan Stan fordTwenty good threeyearold mules for sale Will sell in pairs B G Fox Danville T A Bradley Danville Ky has nino hemp breaks for sale also 120 aero to baccofarm cheap We will receive hemp at J H Baughmau Cos mill E P Woods agent American Hemp Co FOR SALE Thoroughbred Duroc Jer soy pigs ready for shipment R H Bronaugh Crab Orchard Ky Dr R R Hourigan of Marion county bought of S T Harris and R B Woods a couple of fine red Berkshire hogsSenator McCreary is working on blll to remove the tax of six cents on eaf tobacco It would benefit tho riser The tobaccogrowing factions in Caldwell county held meetings Saturday in Princeton both sides adopting laciflcatory resolution J B Haggin who already has 5001 or 6000 acres of Fayette county land ought the B G Thomas farm of 98 cres adjoining him at 12530 Fon RENT200 acres of land to go in corn and oats with house and tood barn and all necessary outbuildings George H Simpson Shelby City J B Camenisch Stanfords clever and excellent dairyman has had three valuable horses to die of meningitis in the last week or so A pretty heavy ossIn Montgomery county J King Toi his week sold to William McCray of North Middletown his 190C crop of tobacco about 46000 pounds at an average price of 11 cents R J Toohey manager of the Danville turkey pens slaughtered nearly 1000 fowls for the eastern markets Mack Hughes sold to C C Ogden of Vitheville Va a handsome gray geM ng belonging to Frank Robinson for 250AdvocateCOURT There were about 300 cattle on the marketyesterday most of them changing hands Prices ranged from 2 to 4c Good cattle were in demand There was a decided demand for horses and mules A number of the latter sold at 150 to 180 How to Avoid Appendicitis- Most victims of appendicitis ara hose who are habitually constipated rlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orlni axatlve Fruit Syrup does not neau Bate or gripe and Is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes GL Penny The financial statement of Paducah for 1906 shows a deficit of 44045 36 the largest in years The city has been under control of Republican boards and the appropriation for each department were ignored and money spent carelessly says a dispatch from that placeThe Right Name Mr August Shorpe the popular overseer of the poor at Fort Madison In says Dr Kings New Life Pills are rightly named they act more agreeably do more good and make one feel better than any other laxative Guaranteed tocurobflibus ness and constipation 23o at Pennys Drug Store What becomes of the womanly women 7 murmured the poet A good many of them replied the practical person marry more or less manly men and have more or less child- Ish children Exchange How to Cure Chilblains To enjoy freedom from chilblains writes John Kemp East Otlsflold Mo I apply Bucklens Arnica Salve lIave also used It for salt rheum with excellent results Guaranteed to cure fever bores Indolent ulcers piles burns wounds frostbites and skin diseases 23cattennys Drug Store Champ Clark of Missonri issued a statement at Washington in which he declared he is not a candidate for the minority leadership of the House to succeed John Sharp Williams of Mis issippi Cut this out and take it the Stan fOld Drug Co and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver blots These tablets are far sup- crlor to pills being easier to take and- re pleasant In lTect They correct disorders of the stomach liver and bowels Dangers of a Cold and How to Avoid Them More fatalities have their origin In or result from a cold than from another cause This fact alone should make people moro careful ns there Is no danger whatever from a cold when It is properly treated in thebeginning For many years ChamberlalnsCouRl Remedy has been recognized as the most prompt and effectual medicine in use for this disease It acts on natures plan loosens the cough relieve the lungs opens the secretions nnd aids nature In restoring the system to a healthy condition Sold by the Stanford Drug Co The London Water Co with 200 capital stock has been incorporated The incorporators are Abner Ever sole J B Eberhue D B Murphy Nice Home for Rent I ilcslre to rent for the tRr my platy of of ground ono inllo from Mtiiu foroon Ihinvllle H contnliu n two story re lU nco of live rooms two luilUcU tern cellar servnnts room und nlloutlmlhl lugs recession given immediately Ap plicant will plcuso apply to J II Iuxtoii JOHNllUHlllTJIt Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to Yell farm ffil mile Wesl of llustonvllle mlla from pwo mid Oiirpon tort Htatlon consisting of ncrea of rich due grna emp or tobacco IRnd all in rasa This fnriu can be divided to iidvnntngo to ni to haven good dwelliiig on inch piece also necessary outlmlialliR Tho fnnu lays nlmo tlni square only one anglo In lime There uro three tock liariii good tobacco Imrn S itnlile tenant house good water la every flvld six lasting iprings with 3 strcnmt running through whole track J liTEt11 OAIUSTttlluitonvtlle Ky HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly Courier Journa A v LJ The Interior Journal BOTII ONE YEAH FOR ONLY 915O Few people In the United Stairs have not heart of toe CourierJournal Democratic In all thing fair In alt things clean In all Mugs It U essentially family paper Ilj a ip clef arrangement we are enabled to offer the WKKKLV COUHIEROUUNALone year end this paper for the price named hove Bend your subscription for the com blnatlonto Usnot to the UourlarJournal HOGS KILLED I I lUll to kill hogs and will dellv ertoanyuuewtthlu One tithe of my pine nt Soo each 1IAYDKN HIIANKH Howluiiil Ky A tow ilnglo comb llluxlH liilinul ltlr Cookrtls from n itlect It for siil M Its L II COOK Stanford Ky Jesse W Sweeney rcorairroR Livery Food and Salo Staticj Lanoaster Ky Poultry And Eggs Wanted a- I will pay highest market price for Tur keys a Oiilncnunml nlloUior poultry Also rudlilU Will IM found cuustnntly nt olllcv on NinciutrrHt J K luck local nuutngtrIiIt Nortlicott JAMES M PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DCAUB 1W Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build dorst Hardware Paints Oils Kto 1 mnufacture concrete blocks for build Ins purposes und do all kinds of con veto work Prices on application tss tl sat 1 DOLLS I DOLLS I From 60 toS5 I nlllllloAhOIll1Iltoh Toilet Conulno Meta HhnvltiR French ts StogII t4t0U Mirrors and all till Les nece for the ladies This Hue is Ilse very alto lnte t dcrIJltlonllllnoll richly an trimmed In clerk to show you ofIIl1hrhtlllas forget lino of th- eDOLLS ono i I Drug Co 1 attrsa ew se r- First National Bank CHICKENSI Stanford Stanford Kyi Capital StocK 50000j This Institution was hed K the Deposit Kank of Stanford In 1111 then reorganised ai the National Dank of Stanford 1663 and again reorganised at the First National Raik of Stanford U 1162 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing business promptly and well than over before la Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor partitions Solicited Officer 1 8 UOOKER IrsST lUuHlft V Pros J J McKOHKUTo Ch W WKAIIKNAaaisrDirectors r Reid DanTlll 9 T Rains Stanford J 8 Rocker Stanfi r4 K L Tanner JlcKlnn D Rltuorn 9tanfo 8 II Ilnughmaii MIS 1 T P Htanforr Jas Kobluxon Uvete J II Haughroan Stan J M Pttu gtanrr O R Tate Stanford the Lincoln gounty national Dank Of Stanford lntuckY CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2300000 v y= OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS Stanford 0 W OAIITBH Turnersvllle J B OwsLtr Stanford 8 II StlAdna W II CUMMINS PreachertTllle L Q Gown Waynesburg W H TRAYUHt Gilberts Greek It L nciiiiLE Lancaster W O WAIKEH Stanford Stanford J II PAXTON Stanford J II KOSTEII Stanford W U SHANKS We respccUully solicit the accounts of Individuals Firms und Corporations Hunks and such nccommodntlons as ortto furnish all depositors tankers and are consistent with safe banking Slotlurn Hafety Ikposit IJoxei In our vault for use ol our Customers Pioneer Wire Fenceelse Square mesh and the Best Wire Fence Model For sale by E T Pence Jr Stanford Ky Dealer in Farming Implements Buggies Surreys Etc t tFy Oliver Chilled Plows L t and Repairs7 t 4 W JS Perkins 11Kentucky t At Valtons OperaHouse Stanford Wednesday Jan 16at j 700 P M Mrs Annie R Rcnt Reader Mrs Nell DeMarquc Gilts Pianiit f PROGRAMME 1J Spoken Songielecttd 2Itlke1 Koniaucu l Archer B Sweet Girl Graduate Philips 4rChopin M r b Two Scenes from lieu ifnGaea 6 ttnbhlmg Sprinj Kivo King 711cr Campers Ten IllelpaiX n iliniietltllOinbUrgCrli Romance uGotlard ef J Singing in Gale AcroFields10 Staccato Caprice Vogriuh 11 Revolt of Mother Witkes 1l lretlleySelectedla How the Lnnie Stakes Were Ixet Hood 14 Hungnrian Rhapsody No 2uIdazt1r Spoken Songsunu nuunSelect- elOliver Plows J r W H HI COINS Stanford Ken- tuckyFUMFSI Ii e r tliltiseaeIiAll Kinds all prices any depth ROOFINGAll S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner nnd Plt- unberATTENTION I For Staple and Fancy Groceries Hard ware Queensware Glassware Tin ware Wire Fence Etc Come to See- Me Our Motto is Quick Sales and Small Profits GEORGE H FARRIS O