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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 r tiI J THE INTERIOR JOURNALII VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 18 1907 NO 87 Babbitts Jottings STANFORD KY Jnn 12 Being stranded In this lovely city for u few days and having read much law and gospel today and having enjoyed a long matutinal perambulation far out into the beautiful woodlands of the in valid sister of my lamented friend A M Swope I will wHito a few lines for tho INTERIOR JOURNAL for my far distant and absent friends one of whom recently resided in Crab Orchard and whose graceful willowy motion caused me to bestow upqn her tho Zephyr Wave years BRO The ulster of my much admired friend Is in deli- cateh health but wellremembered tho devoted friend of her handsome and gifted brother Her residence is pala tial her farm Is ono of the richest in Lincoln county Grand groves of noble and majestic oaks centuries old tower high over unplowed virgin soil worth 150 an acre Everything was visible here but the greatest boon that can bo possessed on earthgood health With emotions of poignant grief I took tho thin wasted hand while a title of sad ness rolled through my heart as I thought of her venerable father her eloquent nnd illfated brother and the associations with the family in the long ago The elements seemed to bo in sympathy with the surroundings Huge f gray masses of stormy clouds were chasing each other in storm squadrons athwart the gloomy sky and now and then a copious shower of tears fell upon tho dead leaves of tho past Tho called term of tho Lincoln circuit court is dragging its length along and now and then grinding out a turn of 12000 against the L N and in some- r cases tho litigants dont get the sack hack Tho noblo old Swiss is at homo again on the Sweet River Rhine About two weeks ago while going across thoI fields from his houso to Maywood I lost my French testament with my name written on the fly leaf and tho whole page written in French in my hand writing The finder would bo heartily thanked and liberally rewarded by returning it to me Well this Is 1007 and ns Washington said to his Revolutionary officers May P your future bo as happy and prosperous as your post has been honorable and glorious In this mornings ramble I was accompanied by Mr Mart Moore of Wll Hamsburg who had a flock of sheep and a herd of cattle on tho farm Mr Mooro t sold his sheep and cattle at a handsome profit subscribed for tho INTERIOR JOURNAL and will be back again to buy a farm in tho county where such noble men and lovely women grow and such a paper is published FONTAINK FOX BOBWTT The Grip I Uoforo wo can sympathize with others wo must have sulTorvd ourselves No one can realize tho g suffering attendant upon an attack of the grip unless ho has had the actual experience There Is probably no dil- ease that causes to much physical nnd mental agony or which so successfully defies medical Rid All danger from tho grip however nifty be avoided by the prompt use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Among tin tens of thousands who have used this remedy not ono cato has over been reported that has resulted In pneumonia or that has not recovered For solo by tho Stanford Drug Co When Loginto think that you are the only real thing that over happened just cut this out and paste it in your hut Man Is a funny cuss and hasnt long to stay ho flies around and makes a fuss and then hikes away 7Somo men Imagine that they are great to tear up jack but each ono meets the samt old fate trots tho same old track Great Caesar Is dead and turned to clay is Cicero and Alexanders gone tho way tho rest of us must go The sages heroes poets all tho men of wealth and worth in an open grave must fall and crumble back to earth A Jamaican Lady Speaks High ly of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mrs Michael Hart wife of the superintendent of Cart Service at Kingston Jamaica West Indies Islands says that sho has for some yours used Chamberlains Cough Hcmody for coughs croup and whooping cough and has found It very bone ficial Sho has Implicit confidence in it and would not bo without a bottle of it In her homo Sold by tho Stan Iford Drug Co When it rains Wo all get wet When it shines Wo all forget If it rains Or if it shine Lets all keep A feeling fine t MATRIMONIAL Having explored far oft and In unhap py Russia traveled In Japan and China visited India tho Philippines and most of the civilized world It L Warner of Stanford Ky declared today that ho never met a girl whom ho cared to marry until he reached Anderson After many years of roving adven turous life which took him Into foreign countries and islands of tho sea Mr Warner settled down at Stanford Ky where ho is engaged in tho mer cantile business It was just 26 days ago that he came to Anderson to visit his sister Mrs J W Perrin and it was here that tho young traveler met his fate Cupid led him a willing cap tive and already the aroma of orange blossoms fill tho air It was the pretty face and tho winning ways of Miss Jaunlta Musscr that captivated the Kentucky man Miss Musser resides at No 2033 Columbus avenue and it employed at Dulfields millinery store Her charms are well known to her friends here but to tho Bluegrass mer chant they were irresistible It was a general case of love at first sight pnd a complete surrender followed Although the courtship was brief it was an ar dent one for Mr Warner has a record of having within tho 2G days ho has been in Anderson called on the pretty milliner 78 times That is going some but it was not time lost for today the announcement of tho welding is made Cupids conquest brief but exciting will be completed at oclock Wednesday afternoon when the marriage of Mr Warner and Miss Musser will bo solemnized at tho home nf the brides parents Mr and Mrs W C Musser No 2208 Columbus avenue Dr C C Cissell pastor of tho Fret Methodist church will be tho officiating minister and tho wedding will bo attended by only tho Immediate friends of the con tracting parties Immediately aCterI the ceremony tho bridal couple will leave on a three weeks trip through tho South Before locating at Stanford MrC Warner was clerk in tho Alexandria Hotel the fashionable hostlery in Hono lulu Anderson Ind Daily JournalI OTTENHEIM- The firm of White Davis has dissolved partnership W T WhIte will run a store at Ottcnhcim while F LI Davis will continue to run a store at the old stand at Davis blacksmith shop At present wo hnvo three men keep ing bachelors hall and if anyone knows of three ladies who would love honor cherish and obey these men they will confer a favor on them by addressing them at this place Wm Anderson has a sow that is eight years old and which has raised 123 pigs Ho has sold 500 worth from her besides killing enough meat every year for a family of nine We defy any man to beat this without lying Leslie Anderson has gone to Rich mond to school As he is an accom plished sclfmada young man wo wish him great success Mrs Lizzlo Martin and children of Martinsville Ind are visiting relatives in this section Cured of Lung Trouble It Is now 11 years since I had a narrow escape from consumption writes C 0 Floyd u lending businessman of Korshaw S C I had run down in weight to 135 pounds and coughing was constant both by day and by night Finally I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and continued this for about six months when my cough and lung trouble wore en tirely gone and I was restored to my normal weight 170 pounds Thous ands of persons are healed every year Quarntced at Ponnya Drug Store Lao and 81 Trial bottle free Newspaper men no longer enjoy the privilege of riding on railroads free but like Johnlo Rockefeller and other millionaires will pay aa they go which will probably be Bcmlannually Gener ally speaking the editor Is under obli gations to no man or sot of men and if ho cant ride ho can walk out and take a survey of nature Jessamine Jour nal A Card This Is to certify that all druggists arc authorized to refund your money if Foloys Honoy and Tar falls to cure your cough or cold It stops tho cough hoals tho lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grlppo coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiates The is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes O L Penny How old is Helen wasked our little niece- I dont know tho child answered She must bo pretty old though for she blows her own nose Tho food law is said to have largely increased tho demand for pure whisky and prices have gone up ma NEWS NOTES Lebanon will vote on the whisky question March 25 Ohio Dyer who Is said to have intro duced stenography into this country and was the first shorthand reporter in the United States Senate is dead in BostonGeorge S Work who was sent prison for wrecking the Bank of America and the American LIfo insur ance Company 1C years ago is dead at Philadelphia George H Moreland a farmer liv ing near Trumbull Center 0 sudden ly became Insano and killed his two sons aged seven and nine by slashing their throats with a razor Three acres of land on a farm in Carter county sank and slid 30 feet opening up many fissures in the earth one of them 50 feet deep Deep fissures were opened In county roads Mrs Sallie Amburgy a wealthy widow residing in tho edge of Knott county was found dead in a woodland back of her home tier death is a mys tery since tho body shows no signs of violenceThe Burley tobacco growers filed articles of incorporation at Winchester No capital stock is issued and the indebtedness is limited to 250000 The purpose of the society is to increase tho price of tobacco W S Oliver of Knoxville and An son Hangs of New York whoso Pana ma bid promises to be successful declare they have no fixed plans for the work but if they get the contract they will just go ahead and dig The grand jury at Findlay 0 reported returning 939 indictments against tho Standard Oil Company six subsidiary companies and John D Rockefeller H H Rogers and seven other officials of the alleged trust The appellate court denied a rehear- Ing in tho cases of Guy Lyon and W- It Fletcher convicted of criminal assault in Logan county and sentenced to death Gov Bcckham immediately fix tho date of execution for Feb 15 Later reports from the earthquake disaster at Kingston Jamaica indicate that tho situation is decidedly more serious than was indicated by the meager dispatches sent out on Tuesday The estimates of dead are now in the neighborhood of 1000 A petition signed by County Judge Taulbee County Attorney Hagins and moro than a hundred citizens of Breath itt county asking for the removal of Judge Carnes and the revoking of his commission was mailed from Jackson to Gov Bcckham In the course of proceedings at Phil adelphia the charge was made substan tiated by a letter from the dead man that Congresman Robert Adams Jr who killed himself at Washington last year was a defaulter to the extent of 70000 having taken from a safety deposit box bonds belonging to his fath ers estate and to his brother Tho snowfall in tho Northwest is heavier than ever before The Great Northern and other railroads are strug gling against drifts 20 and 30 feet deep and trains are days behind time Part of the Soo line has been abandoned nnd the Canadian Pacific in Western Canada has suspended operations The weather is severely cold ranging anywhere from 33 to 55 degrees below zeroWith tho tributaries of the Ohio pour ing floods into it at all points south of Pittsburg and the danger Ifne reached in many places it is predicted that the river will equal the flood of 1834 The Ohio passed tho danger lino at Cm cinnati flooding tho Grand Central station tho use of which has been dis continued Rivers and creeks in Kentucky are all raging and great damag- has been done James J Hill president of the Great Northern Railroad Company has writ ten a letter to Gov Johnson of Min nesota in which ho deals exhaustively with the various phases of tho railroad problem Mr Hill sets out at length what In his opinion is responsible for tho existing situation and what should be done to remedy it Tho Western country has grown so fast that the railroads have been unable to keep pace with it Mr Hill says and he believes the building of additional l trackage is the best solution of the problem Dangers of a Cold and How to Avoid Them More fatalities have their origin In or result from a cold than from any other cause This fact alone should make people moro careful as there is no danger whatever from a cold when It is properly treated in thebeglnning For many years ChamberlalnsCough Remedy pas been recognized as the most prompt and effectual medicine In uso for this disease It acts on na turos plan loosens thecough relieves tho lungs opens tho secretions and aids nature In restoring tho system to a healthy condition Sold by tho Stanford Drug Co PREACHERSVILLE Can the oldest Inhabitant recall any weather that equals that which we are having at present 7 Mrs D M Anderson is complaining Both Dr and Mrs Farris are ill J D Morton has tonsilitis packro of a fox and after some hours chase caught Reynard just as he was going into his den Three cheers for Ballard and his dogsRev Palmeter pastor of the Methodist church preached Sunday to small audiences Rev H M Shouso will begin a protracted meeting at the Baptist church Sunday next Both Sunda schools have failed to have any service- at all this winter For the first timo in a score of years our merchants ran out of kerosene and for a few nights our city was in dark ness our gas works being out of order It is safe to say that the darkness was felt as well as seen as some of our residents had to resort to tallow dip of ye olden time J M Cress bought 30 high grade yearlings from D M Anderson at 25 and sold some butcher stuff to S G Anderson at 31c also 50 fat hogs to Sweeney Morgan at 580 J R Rigs by bought of Dr Farris his home hero for 500v W F Parks has moved to the place ho purchased of Levi Sowders for 100 Mr Parks is a blacksmith and is also running a grist mill E R Holtzclaw sold some hay at COc baled Tilden Farris is at home from West Baden Ind Mrs Ona Naylor and Miss Kate Payne visited tho family of J F Payne J T Bingaman of Oklahoma was with his friend W P White Tim Naylor has gone to railroading much to the regret of his parents Miss Lillie Edmiston of Louisville was with the Misses Cummins R G Pettus B T Lunsford and J P Rogers will go on a prospecting tour of Texas and Oklahoma I J Holtzclaw will take a course in Smiths Business College soon The remains of Oliver M Naylor were laid to rest in the Prcachersville cemetery Tuesday afternoon after ser vices at his late residence by Mr Benz ley of Stanford Deceased was 30 years old and had been sick for nine weeks and was thought to be getting well when he committed the rash act that resulted in his death the following day While he was not a church mem ber he was as good as some in the church being an honest upright truth ful young man After talking with Rev H M Shouse who visited his bedside he said ho would trust in the Savior and rely on His promises He is survived by his parents five brothers and five sisters May his sad taking away be the means of drawing his fam ily to a closer walk with Jesus Wise Counsel From the South I want to give some valuable advice to those who suiTor with lame back and kidney trouble says J R Blankenshlp of Kwjk Tenn I have proved to an absolute certainty that Electric Bitters will positively cure this distressing condition The first bottle gave mo great relief and after taking a few more bottles I was completely cured so completely that it becomes a pleasure to recommend this great remedy Sold under guaran tee at Pennys Drug Store Price 50c For a defernseprisoner which later caused his defeat at the polls J L Merrill custodian of the Federal prison at Atlanta has received an advance In salary of 300 a year Merrill is the former sheriff of Carroll county Ga who defended a prisoner from death in 1901 at the hands of a comeseas an evidence Roosevelt has taken in the case An Insidious Danger One of the worst features of kidney trouble is that It Is an Insidious dis ease and before tho victim realizes his danger ho may have a fatal malady Take Foleys Kidney Cure nt the first sign of trouble as It corrects irregu larities and prevents Drlghts disease and diabetes O L Penny Otho Willis of New Castle was caught in Owenton with 115 pints of liquor packed In a trunk in his pos session lie was arrested previous to making a single sale tried under the new law and fined 75 and 25 days in jail Disturbed the Congregation- The person who disturbed tho con gregation last Sunday by continually coughing Is requested to buy a bottle of Foloys Honey and Tar O L Penny Lushly kept his glass upside down most of the time at the banquet the nightYes with the lower end of it in his face k1Ir January Clearance Sale 81500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 1148 1250 Mens Overcoats Cut to 948 1000 Mens Overcoats Cut to 748 750 Mens Overcoats Cut to 498 650 Mens Overcoats Cut to 448 500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 398 1800 Mens Suits Cut to 1398 1198s1250 liens Suits Cut to 998 1000 liens Suits Cut to 798 850 Mens Suits Cut to 598 750 Mens Suits Cut to 548 500 Mens Suits Cut to 308 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- YDIfiMONDS 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 Heating Stoves at Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries c the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2300000 = == OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J A PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B OWSLET Stanford 8 II SHANK Stanford O W OAUTKII Turnersvllle W U CUMMINS Ireachersrllle L O Ooocit Waynetburg W II TBAYIXW Olloertti Creek U L Resell Lancaster W 0 WALK EH Stanford- J D FOSTER Stanford W fl SHANKS Stanford J B PAXTOM Stanford- Werespectfullysollcittheaccount of Individuals Klrms and Corporations Unlike and Ullnken lid IIrll to furnluli nil depositors such accommodations ni are cons1 tent with safe banking Modern Kufety Deposit Boxes In our vault lor use of our Outoulers First National Bank Stanford ICyI Capital Stock 50000j This Institution was orlfftually establishes u the Deposit Bank of Stanford in U9s then reorganized as the National Bank of Stanford In 1868 and again reorganised as the Vtrst National Oak of Stanford la 1883 haying had practically an uninterrupted existence for II year It ts better now with facilities for transact UK Dullness promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car poratlons Solicited Officers J 9 BOOKER Frtil 3 T UAKUIS V Pro J J MCKOUBKT8 Ohr W U WEAltKNAsst Obr yi Directors r Held Danville StanfordJE L Tanner M D Elmore Stanford StanfordTJu Robinson Hubble StanforeJO E Tate Stanford The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH Is a candidate for Iteprosontntlvcof Lincoln oonntynuhlecttothe nctlon lcmo ratio party J T ROBERTS Ii candidate for Magistrate in the Prnb Orchnrd Magisterial District uhJe t to tlio action of thtj party f C IDemocratic Ticket For U S Senator J C W Beck ham r For Governor S W Huger For Attorney GeneralJohn K Hcndrlcks For State Superintendent Schools r M O Wlutroy For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman rFor Lleutenantl Governor South x Trimble For Auditorh M Bosworth s For Secretary of State Hubert VreolamV For Treasurer Ruby Laffoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chonault MRS ELLA HuT oNELWANGEU society editor of the Frankfort Journal tells tho truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth in the following paragraph Editing a newspaper is a nice thing If we publish jokes peo ple say we are rattlebrained If wo dont we are fossils If we publish original matter they say we dont giver them enough selections If we give them selections they say we are too lazy to write If we dont go to church we are heathens If we do go we are hypocrites If we remain atthe office we ought to be out looking for news items If we gdlout wo should be in attending to our business If we wear old clothesthey laugh at us If wo wear good ones they say we have a pull Now what are wo to do 1 In answer to her question Now what are we to do we suggest that Mrs El wanger take the motto we chose some seven years ago when wo assumed con- troli of the INTERIOR JOURNAL Do right the opinion of the public be d dog goned GEORGIA which hires out her convicts among 13 firms got 8815353 out of them during last year After de- ductingf sufficient to pay the expenses of the convict system the balance about 50000 will be distributed among h the various counties of the state for public schools and public roads 5 THE American Society of Equity does not propose to stop at tobacco It will endeavor also to make other pro ducts of the soil bring their value Down in Southern Indiana it is get ting the farmers to agree to hold their wheat for 1 a bushel and is meeting 4 with great success r AN effort isbqing made in Congress t close all postoflices on Sunday with- y m opening hour on that day The member who introduced the measure and those who voted for it should be given a back seat by their constituency Such statesmen 1 rightfully belong to the darker ages TilE farsighted man of the Louisville t fost tips Senator McCreary for a good Federal berth after after his term of office expires in March 1909 We hope Lthe Senator will not consider any gift f the republican party which I II has fought so gallantly for these long years 0TEVIS WILKINSON candidate for may or of Lexington shouldnt mix his pol 1ities with religion He is using the Up t per Street Baptist church for his head 1 quarters which alone may defeat him fPOLITICAL It is likely that Mark Anderson of Junction City will run for the demo cratic nomination for Representative of A BoyleIt thought that there will be a liberal appropriation for Kentucky Itwaterways In the coming Rivers and o After an allday fight a substitute Ship Subsidy Bill Was reported favor ably to the House by the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries A bill designed to facilitate th o re building of San Francisco has been in troduced in Congress repealing for five years the duty on structural steel Representative Sheppard of Texas U aroused the enthusiasm of the demo crats In the House by a speech in which he scored the standpat policy of theI republicansGJ York District Attorneys that it has uncovered a plot by which 11 Aldermen were asked to sell their votes for Recorder Two rA arrests were made bill has been introduced in the Indiana Legislature to curtail the power of the governor by taking away from him the power of appointment of the police boards in curtain cities Congressman Swager Sherley has de dined appointment on the judiciary committee believing that his appoint ment was a blow aimed at John Sharp Williams the minority leader and is receiving commendation from the dem ocrats in the House f The House parsed the Fortification Appropriation Bill No amendment of any kind or nature was made chang ing any of the amounts carried in the budget The mcasure carries 5411 883 At the Investigation of tho Baltimoro and Ohioblock signal system by tho Interstate Commerce Commission the testimony showed that employes often workcdan excessive number of hours without restIA bill lic prosecutors shall not accept passes under severe penalties and providing an allowance for their traveling exI penses was Introduced in tho Tennes see upper house A resolution for the appointment of a committee of five members to invest gate the indebtedness of the Illinois Central to the State and the legality of the election of J T Harahnn to tho presidency of that road WEll introduced in the Senate of the Illinois Legislature Representative R W McKinlay of Cook county introduced a bill pro hibiting any State official from accept ing any pass or telegraph frank and prohibiting railroad and telegraph cor andporationsadding a penalty of from six months to a year in jail for violation The President sent to the Senate a special message on the Brownsville affair in which he calls the discharged soldiers midnight assassins and reaffirms his authority to discharge them from the army Ho also transmits Secretary Tafts report containing the evidence takennt the investigation MIDDLEBURG A Mr Johnson of Russell county is teaching a class in vocal music at Oak Grove school house Clay Snow a young man of the In dian creek section was arrested last week on a warrant sworn out by one Sarah Wall charging him with crimi nal assault The trial will take place here today At a business meeting of the t church Saturday Rev W G Gllfo was called to the pastorato for half his time He has also been called by the Pleasant Point church in Lincoln for one Sunday in each month Rev J Walter Hall of Lexington preached two very interesting sermons at the Christian church at Yosemite Sunday He seems to be a very ear nest preacher and it appears to us that the church ought to secure his services as pastor Sheriff Wells arrested Harlan Car man on a capius profine but released him when ho ponied up part of th fine and made promises to pay the bal ance Harlan used to be a pretty good sort of fellow but for two years or more he has been going from bad to worse and now he is almost continually- In trouble MrD B Coleman and Mrs Eberlce Martin who have been visiting rela tives here since the holidays have re turned to their home at Caboo Mo Willie Mobley of McKinney was here Sunday to see his best girl Elijah Moore of Liberty was here Sunday af ternoon R B Young spent Sunday with his mother at Liberty Rev W G Tilford returned to Louisville Mon day Will Watkins is limping around as a result of a football game on the college campus Saturday Miss Willie Foglo will leave in a few days to at tend school at Bowling Green James Drye who has a position as traveling salesman for the McKinney Overall Manufacturing Co was at home Sun day IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Miss Sara Letcher daughter of Wil liam Letcher Is dead In Garrard William Thornton Read brother of J Boyle Read of Danville is dead at Oklahoma City 0 T John W Yerkes will deliver lecture to tho law class of Central University In April His subject will be Municipal Ownership of Public Utilities John Coomer charged with selling whisky In Somerset was fined 100 W T Bean who was found with three gallons in a jug which he was empty- Ing into bottles was fined 50 The 10000 Carnegie Library at Somerset has been completed and is now ready for the books The Cosmo politan Club of that place has agreed to furnish the reading room and is now actively engaged therein It has been announced that Somerset is now entitled to free delivery and that the service will be put into effect whenever the City Council has complied with the requirements of thoI postal regulations and had the houses and streets numbered- A representative of the News was in Somerset Saturday and Sunday and while there did not see a single man intoxicated This is a great change from the old whisky regime as every third or fourth person would be found more or leas under the influence of whisky Danville News At a meeting of the stockholders and promotersof the proposed railroad from Corbin to Tennessee at Somerset it was decided to begin work at once the 39 milo span from Burnsldo to onI ticello asnearly all of the money had been subscribedfnecessary to the erection thereof and the remainder thereof would be built just as soon as practica bleI There are some people who ore be ginning to doubt the promise that the world will not bo destroyed by n flood again convinced that if these long continued rains continuo to fall de otruction is inevitable Frankfort Journal An Arkansas State Senator who B ured In the recent bribery exposur in that State was refused a placo in t Democratic legislative caucus at Little Rock Sale of Valuable Far and Personalty As udiuliilittrntor of John A Wright will on VKDNKHlUYJAKa01W lit his late residence win mule front Ilui toiivllk on Danville pike In Lincoln coun t K sell nt pnlillo his xT oiml properlynllofwhlrhtercrpllouuhypand Olio HUM slnillon tltreo yc r old Htntllon 7 tmxxl inures two Syeiirold miles thrett OnlllIcorn lit shock of folder liuiu tolxiroo tlek fiirmlnii implements and tool of nil kind iin l viirnjtlr liito xU iidltloii house hold and kltcliPii furniture juilr of Mock icalex pair of movnhlo llowf tatesW its IsAc of wire fence iiml fencing apparatus gum wagon genrs liurnim middle cotubl nntlon mill two WUichonter mile etc At taU mine time unil place ns till age of the heir of John A Wright I wl user fur rube nt public outcry the far- oinlroultolekundrtrlnudelgdty let venac coy on the Imnvlllr t Hu s IiIvturnplkuaboutonemllefrontIflttonvlll le pointthvtInclnnaIIHouthern nil on In nliont 7 urns runt of It U practically virgin sell flwl n dirge tlwullliiK on the Innil live goal Mock Imnn all ncesary outbulhllllllo and It Is funeral It In In Minrt one of the most tl Mrahlo farms In the county laud convenient to good drools Churches and n railroad tH tlonMr Uforge Wrlglit will how pro pctlvi ufifeto The terms will bo announce on the tiny of Hale J II IAXTON Ailmr Kte Ooh J r Chandler A net Contral Kentucky Real Estate fiduojje TITLE CO Yrloutbuildings Sacnato culll stlvn hilt In Um ber Well waUinl Suu yard from polofflc ud church liji well on pits and In good ro munity IrlCfUao IOUDt10DUbertIota on glue Itnldonc n rooms store walhertxMnltU tiooil bun Atom suo ac cultlTitlun llulldlnga In modern hope and fencing good Hood tiuilxr Well at bouse rUDDIDItbloUlbIllOWonwuy term or will davldr peen to tilt purcborrKo A nice little 5 loom rotUto All overt Ilary oulbulldlDgi end a seal Ktnlcn Abuut from hUnlord This li a cheap plea Irlce soo cash- No A firm of 100 acres slant mlln from Ntlonnoea tracre countyUybuilt 8 yean ago Steam and water uptodatemeal bolt The engine Is of 7 yean rum acres with the mill Including what Is with 15In Una doe trade No mill In 10 tulle No OIO acres of land twoitory Iron I tutuj 7 rain halls tic Iluue II new a gust isiiicneod splendid orchard of one and Uhll hall tern 1Ikeigood mill on tbe puce a good crusher In will It II run b2 nalurtl rower which is great economy prowrtIsthe county stout uiilfi fn ui auuford tune U alwats a read ullor the Hour and Meal as soon as ground We will sell Ibis plea fur 2 It IOUIupNo JJ farm of 212 en handsome luod ere 2 scary brick raidince nicely lurDIbd aDd u to due In every particular store room on pmlrtrIie ol tbn nicest plres In Jncoln county Large bsrn tile plane Is well watered aDII air well nut a bat iwunit Th ahiomyabout iO arm la cuhlrstlun TblaIt usable No I8IA farm of acres one and une bi plkTwoe youngurcnardbeaningallkindsofruit rarl4hiaed Is an Weal borne Splendid Ice house bar nod all other necauury outtialldlngs No 139 85 acres of land In the town limits c Rowland ajout tt acres bottom land anu 63 sens In woodland The pncI welt fenced and water ed water walk sod cistern l story frame veranda back porcb werkkclurnsndgod cvllsr coal bun end all other neoensary outbuildings Including crib alelaplace a dtslrable Loin close to town and will sell cheap sue on easy feral No KT Alwut acres of land mile fro dwelllugebrapplaceson Ky Dt basnisdeup tils mind to sell lhl planrewningmneralweerright on place It tan bought at a ben us lor a price No 7460 acres of land tacit Junction CllrrullaI- ereD fields 2J arm In cultlralton rest grass a brbongoodCIroom frame dwelling good barn crib etc good repair Ptia13250uNo 03 of six rooms two halls Ttranda e well at door and ill otner blackomlbbopfeel ldaflow No 113A farm of aft acres slluatot abouti7 miles trim stanfod and 3 miles from Crab Orcha d on tbe waters of Cedar Oiek Tneplacetcutla- bout n fields and can be sub About 240 acres Is In cultivation timber sufficient to ke n up place fne and onehalf story frame dwelling ol u rooms halls porch etc Two good rouse biro corn etc Place Is well water ed two gooleletemsatthe door running stream through farm All In good shape except one barns fencing fair Pilot ltsr acre Terms easy CrabOrebardconlfltfOIOf a thtentingsens la raiiure Will tell each place aeiura4ely d II or wholeStaDdlocaldalone cost tbWg We will sell this place for Iwo 14021u960acresb4mtl from Junction cites rlblIUlthcultiTa eteAone rear llce close w school ehsar ed loaatorighton 2 onv no side and driveway In renter 2 other barns and2tenasthouses 6 room brick rvsldcnce sad kitchen and all other braver out buildings hulloingutad loclDllla good refer plea well and house pond ro- OD s ADuwI30umntnsunJtherntlncul tlrailon Price lJUwX No 154100 acre farm about I mite thus Ide of tlblby CII room cottage 3 ltOrcbu No I good cellar under the kllebta load burn of e r In repair and dgoodgwood ad Price IS 30lKl onufarlvernerhe43 acre In pasture rest In good timber About 73 brariug Trutt lira on the place 2 storya norm dwelling limn ly stable sad crib very Tbe bulJdlD an la very uulIs iHk farm llJMdi No + acre farm near HuitoovUle loaf dwelling and tern a good portion of this plea could U sold for town lots it Is wstciKl aid the freeing and buildings are In good condition Thus Is one the let farms In the aunty The soil Is rich and will iruduce hemp etc Price 00tJo Two story Iraoie dwelling rooms hall and veranda loud garden fencing and booty in goo l repair Koraleorrent lrlc reasonable HouMaud Qisrniof land In JKKIu peyKr Ntctssary oulbtilldlnis Fencing guod and ell watered Will till this plan ou toy 7520 arm of good land ilx rooms two t tory drtltlpgwill the uburlo ollhe elly IUlOtudmetoUra- deJy and lurches This a desirable hums Price reasonable No J76 room frame college and one stn o land In Klopvllle Ky Large boo crook house AU buildings sad fencing In good repali inc aloo roomsIa I bulltllo OlIg aDd building lu IIguollnpalt Ylaadl watrd a qlddld ell t ou tll load is bbl lewd oil pralutw well Young apple and peach nrchanl ibis um II about Jmiislroin wn IrlcefSwo- NoIOJA tia acre unit In the Waynisbutg section about JS4 miles Irom 2 will toad stations eioMto iwt odes stores cbuiebes etc late bstwern c uotr roads Runl Fne IWlvert Ioute l y plsce Four room lug house a splendid burp till trot boxing and has two good she s Is wal1 with rfamng spilpgs and a run bUDb Ibre Ice bas good free Trmtsuywno 2IOOare him situated on the Waynis burx and Mk Vernon road alxut l mitts eat- of Wayntl urg has a 3rvoin cottage rut This pianlw ap 10 i cnlltwo 10 lD1huroll alkl h wlllsell tbeapaudon easy Iowa NO l1 A nice large store room and dwf4llcg shove ronslsllngol stveral nicely furnished rooms rood odD and lot acd all necessary aHtbulhllntii This property bin good repair situated on Main street In tight In the business portion of town Ibis property will be sold of a lutgslu Is a splendid opportunity to some one desiring to golnhiitinras 1r the store and dwelllcg being eoiublnril be a greet sowing m rent em- Nu MX ores ol land near Grab Orchard cheap No c One vacant lot In Junction City at Southeast runner of Locus and Drofion streets fronting M fret on Oration street ad running toulb on Lucu street fret rrlcnlliocaih ford No ganlenoEveryythl g la roc Inre pair Dice II No 11JHO acre ol land 2 dwellings of rooms ech lArge tobacco taro In tat long Dnt to t- bIn iro la Lincoln county 2mal Iod bUD rort Iwtwcen 2 good county roods andmlsodoo0nee1icivs IDClor I arpt tbla fourebnct elmehap No ItilOOacn farm about tulle from town arts splendidly raostlr In cultivation well wnter Melt cetuige of loitrrontas large burn Proierty well fenced eta lrlre fM ptr acre No 42Seven room dwelling good cellar and acres laud everfalllag well aDd prI F ncln outbUUUDIC Iq fair toodltloa CaNp pllet close to town WIIInlt a small lamllr 142l7Dl cn farm In wIle Phil ty satq o law dwelling store hour smoke house weal bouM crib etc All the buildings and framing are la fair condition Baal apple orchard about urea In cultivatlun rest In timber Watered by a never falling well and water ol South York Price 122V0 No 91 A farm of stout 104 acres on one ol the twoystory frame Del turn In the county This plan II well- watered nod erytblolf nbout IDrlu l1 tent Ii Is In repair In n goat community rlaewacbmlulndnlout2u minute dtlp brow STiioford Tbls n very deslnibl borne 17tHI 5sot No 11 tjo000 acres ol cotton land In Mlttlsslrpl There Is no section of Country whkh ease so many pporfmleq for rrofitaH Investment II the opps ita h h now ally defcrlbeJas Pros pertly Vtley The timber le ttcomlnr morevatu able all the time for the reason that lumber from the North whet the supply ofamMfIfnl diminishing are constantly Increjilnr their rur tuies of timber lands the South Whea the bet Is remove the land Is unequaloS for aerICUtimInwillrrojut a tale of colon IIIhe1111vloSJuooo acres to the raft and prices from II per to ire per ere according to location etc acrI are authorlieJ by the Company who owns these state that as other yanks are considering the I of these lands that we Oder these tracts sub 1nfor the purchaser to mike an Investigation About acres of this land has been told ty the Com sincewencelvedlhuoptbaerror further par- Ito1us call our imhigh nate of cultivation 150 acres titer tattoo I land good fencing fruit etc Price f1100 an sire NoelAnice farm at Highland well lmprov- f el well watered tIe Price Ijoo r16urasoffindonJamnlown roil south Dunnvllle too toes In cultivation about vy ears 01I timber and rest In grass A large new frame Ine also an olj dwelling on place Anew porn wo old ones Ills well watered and the fencing n4Igood On petite tad Irlce fiooo Alen a barrel milt In Mercer county Kyon Salt River Steam power new up todate In every particular ana good dwell finemand close to 00ft No IS Cottage In Lancaster 77 feet proof and exceptsuge contains rooms hall tnDdtback porch sod baseimnt Close to etc Irlc IZ50000 70rTeoacmollapdtwo Ior front cot goodItwo stables buggy house smoke house etc A good well on per Is also a good mill oo plate s g od crusher In will It h sup by oat nit rower which Is a great economy and lhe dim la In good repair Will sell ibe property at a low figure or loax It No 26 Frame hotel large rooms double reran hallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom fronting street leet Iroui 1101 sUIrs suita or uw 2 nice cottages nicely furnished paperdaodpuntdIroomuaJvenndaachAarge garden Vacant feet deep All of this property Is In London Ky seal Is a fine chance Sir some one to make money Poprielor has refused to rent fur 130 pet month On account of health of his wife onl tenon for selling proprietor desires to fcxchangi for rum In Lincoln county No11A small him of 73 acres of good lapel tented else to town Irlce WZ50 o3490teresotlandontoils from Somerset bchoS seven rooms Large barn and all noc sary outbuildings Fence and buildings In plea Well watered 1rlntl800 iseI mllroln railroad and Y mile roUI Arhnlll- river Seventy acrea of lani is river lauom IIntdUlIDd ad in grasa This land la for cob or exchange 325 acres In Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about acres cultivated about 125 In timber seal grins and about ISO In grass Timber on place Is cut to IS Inches but will make barrel timber thing leI fire and cord wood enough to pay for the place twlco over A large pangs fence There are four dwellings of i rooms each and one store of ttwdtUorle wltb rooms above bile wells and springs of water Is In miles of county seat and grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 2200 Onehalt m lilY cdh 1w e OUR COftT 1 1 SftLE rti I f i lilts an illwind that blows nobody goodjOh and this warm season now brings the price of our Coats V within the REACH OP ALL 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 48t I mean to SELL THEM Its your opportqnv i ity We have some GOOD ONES EXTRA GOODIONES as well as low price ones Prices I NAMED will mean nothing to you unless you can see the garment If you really want an Over Coat we believe our prices will suit 1I 11at1 rrH J lcROBBRTS fIIt STANFORD KENTUCKY No Better Cough Remedy is Made OurICompound Syrup White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky GREAT BARGAINS IN HOLIDAY Y GOODS CALL NOW W B McRobertsPUHSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded NOTICEI lflllIlJllckcounties Any one uw llng one ill enter of moot Iriuchursvtllu Ky hllokllOWIltruthfulVhlltchine cwt veiled on fb O WAIfON Poultry And Eggs Wanted Turkeyrn bite Will bo found vonstnntlr nt onlce 011 ncnllrHt J Jluck loclilanager II lie Kortbcott DRUGGISTSTANFORD ire For Sale Privatelyr lewllllCpair ncnes A A harrow new church or flit I VxiMciid stiiml Will Mill IIIIIUreIrlllil wnhk jH I ClltAY wtonfonl Kytlt 3500 Range All elegant steulbound range 0 cap all vessels go with It with ends II purchase for cash only I will give n ticket to oasis put chwer of Merchandise nt my store Rome one will get this elegant range Coino and tee It Just received n nice line of Hani r burgs Edging Calico Ac Phono Oum berlandO B HAUIUH Crab Orchard Ky z Flouncings In now patterns nil widths 12 inches to 27 inches with insertion fo match BABY SETS I Many diflcrcnt patterns in Swiss and Nainsook Sets two edges one infer tlonnnd Jill over to nmtcli PRICESIIn addition to tho exclusive high grado goods wo nro showing epefcinl values Ju popular priced goods I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I BTANroun KY JAN 1K 1007 UI111yornys Drug Store PERSONALS MRS EUZA BLAIN is with DanVlllo relatives JAJIFW MBSBKR JR is very 111oC brochial trouble- J P COOK of Lexington wns here at the horse salon Mn KimmicK AICORN was nt lon don on legal business this week JOB PAYNK tho clever Corbin rcstaurantcr was hero Tuesday Mitw PBAUL CAMPIIBU will leave to Jay to visit friends in CampbolUvlllo J W WlUJAMS spent iipvoral dayi ithis old home in Virginia this week ADAM PBNCB JR was in Mlllera burg Tuesday to see a mighty pretty I girlMR CHAHtnH BOIION of tabanon attended the Dunn ft Bcailcy Combina SaleI D ENOUSII and wife of arc guests of Mr and Mrs W McRobcrU HOWARD CAMNITZ and Vnl Morse of Hustonvllle attended the big hop nt Corbin Tuesday night W T SMITH went to Middles Tuesday to assist Messrs George 1Mil Peyton in their store SINOLBTON and Miss Alico Sin of Waynesburg are with their brother SupL Garland Singleton MR J COULTER WHITE and family who havo been living in the Turners villo section have moved to Liberty TUB Thursday Afternoon Club will meet with Miss Nannie Woods Engle man next Wednesday afternoon 23d MR THOMAS H SMILEY Lexington was ono of tho many Lexington horse t buyers who attended the Dunn Bear ley Combination Sale last issue Mr L WE were In error Bowman Owens U working In the Peoples Bank nt Hustonvlllo nnd not In the McKinney Deposit Bank us stated Gin W H Gr TRY of Lexington who came over to tho horse sale and bought n handsome pair of mares for 600 was a caller nt this office yester- dayfJ MR HAYNBS SMITH who has been making Lincoln county his homo for some time returned to Floyd Tcxas this week much to tho regret of his legion of friends here McKKNZiK BROWN of MU Vernon was hero Wednesday returning from Lancaster where ho bought of Dr J B Klnnaird tho printing plant tho Joe tor bought nt auction hero Mr Brown will issue n paper at Willinmsburg Miss NEVA WILUAMS of Harrodi burg tho accomplished authoress of tho play The Good Samaritan Is here rehearsing those Stanford people who will take port In tho performance at Will tons Opera House next Thursday night 24th MRS T S WFnn JR of Knoxville Tenn arrived yesterday to spend a few weeks with her parents Judge nnd Mrs M C Saullcy She was accompanied by her little son Rowan Webb who had to be taken from school on ac count of throat trouble MR A N TAYLOR formerly of Ca citizen of soy but now a prosperous t Augusta Kansas in remitting for his I J writes Kansas is a great State and is rapidly coming to tho front in point or agriculture stock raising and feeding I have embarked in the cat tie feeding business and like it very much This Butler county is the banner feeding county in tho State MR RODEnT LEn WARNER and his handsome bride arrived yesterday from Anderson Ind They were met at tho large number of friends who depot by a gave them a hearty reception They drove at once to Dr W B OBannons where an elegant repast was enjoyed Mrs Warner Is a pretty brunette graceful and stylish and an exceedingly pleasant lady We congratulate Mr ho has won Warner on the jewel LOCALS FOR RENT Nice cottage J C Mc Clary HEMP land for rent Miss Nancy YnnDoveer LOCUST posts for sale D C Sipple McKinney Ky THE weather continues to behave bad ly with rain every few hours day and night It Is almost as warm as Sum mer Nw spring mattings just received Tribblb Pence TriY somo of that goal es at Singletons store NEW patterns In stagymping Mrs K P Miller Stanford Sun Mrs Kato P Mlllor before haying your stamping done MY harness for ito spring trade is in Como look at It J C McClary fine Mrs Joynos fish ceder and oysters on Friday and Saturday LOST soft Blble between Mr George D Wcarcna rOllldonco and my homo This olllce D J SMITH tho Gilberts Creek mor chant will hold a great auction salu Saturday week 2Clh See advertise mont J R EitMiflTON Crnb Orchard hM extended his sale of store accounts Cora short time by request of several customers THE Continental Insurance Co It B Mahony agent paid the full amoun cash no discount of tho policy carries on tho Maccubee hall nt Waynesburg which recently burned DRAMATICltnAplNOMiss Susa Porter Yates director of expression In Madison Institute will give a recitalat the Graded School Auditorium Friday Feb for tho benefit of tho school II brary Miss Yates comes highly re commended as an entertainer IT is a privilegesell clothing of a character that commands tho patronage of men who never before gave oven a thought to readytowear garments Hart Schaffncr Marxs all wool clothing is a magnet that draws trade our way Cummins McClary MRS F A WARNER whose home is at 1700 Frankfort Avenue Ixniiaville writes us that she has a lotofsea moss sea shells and sea beans that she will send to INTERIOR JOURNAL readers If they will send her five one cent stamps for postage Mrs Warner Is going to leave Louisville and had rather dispose of her sea shells etc this way than move them CIRCUIT COURT Tho case of the Central Kentucky Real Estate Ex change Title Co against J T Bing aman for commission for selling his farm on trial when our Tuesdays paper was printed resulted in a ver dict for tho defendant The case of the Commonwealth versus G A Pleas ants on a paternity charge now has tho attention of tho court Much in torost is manifested in this case and it is being stubbornly fought by Judge M C Saullcy and lion P M McRob arts for the defendant and lion liar vey Helm for tho plaintiff THE GOOD SAMARITANOR Thursday evening Jan 21 tho people of Stan ford and vicinity have a treat in store for them in The Good Samaritan a bcautiftl little drama in three acts which will bo given by home talent un der tho direction of Miss Neva Williams of Harrodsburg tho writer of the play It is given by Stanford Lodge No 166 I 00 F und their gorgeous regalia will bo used In the costuming Tho play is a dramatization of tho beau tiful parable which is ono of the prin ciple teachings of odd fellowship The cast includes about 30 people A VERY pleasing entertainment deed was the recital given at Waltons Opera House Wednesday evening by Mm Annie R Rentz reader and Mrs Nell DeMarquo Gibbs pianist Both IIofwas very inclement nnd tho audience was not as large as it should have been or as it would have been had the clements behaved better A small sum of money was raised however which will go toward wiping out tho debt against tho Crab Orchard Christian church Mesdames Rentz and Gibbs and J B Willis are under obligations to Mr A D Slate tho clover representative of the Montenegro Riehm Co of Lexington for tho use free of charge of one of their exquisite upright pianos Mrs J B Willis who manages tho delightful racital took the ladles to Huston villo last night where a good audience greeted them They will hold the boards at Lancaster tonight where they should havo a crowded house Embroideries stlta ttis Wo havo just placed on sale the prettiest and most extensivo line ot Em broideries nndLaccs wo have ever shown Wo have themon nil weight cloths Cambric Nainsook and Swiss II LACES in Vale Linen Tortchon Normandy Vale Merlin and German Vuls MYBKS barn door hangers the best At Singletons store LETTUCE radishes onions at Ed Ilubbards phone 128 Foil SALGTho house I now live In E C Walton Stanford DONT JohnSmiths sale at his home near Walnut Plat tomorrow Saturday See ad TUB Ladioa Aid Society of the Chris tian church will meet In tho lectur room of that church at 2 r it Satur dayPaINTanA Good job printer who can feed n rapid cylinder press can get steady job at this offlce by immediati triplication SHERIFF HILL contributes the first chapter of a serial story this Issue It appears on our fourth page Road it and be your own judgo of Mr Hill ns an author LOST blackpocket book or purse between homes of Messrs Gco D Wearen and J W Alcorn rn tnlncd small amount of money Liii ral reward This office KICKED Mr W Gill Cowan of Hustoiwille was kicked on the right leg by a vicious horse at the Dunn Dcazey Combination Sale Wednesday afternoon and painfully hurt No bones were broken wo are glad to say YOULL regret It If you miss Dr A S Mollctts address In celebration of Gen Robert E Lees lOUdth birthday at Waltons Opera House at 1030 tomorrow Saturday A M Tho U D C Society of this place cordially extends an invitation for you to hear hum Mn A C SINE of this place has contracted to build for the Kentucky Supply Co Danville three residences and a big barn in that city Messrs P Reid and H C Bright of the above company saw non P M McRobcrts pretty home nnd decided to build sever al like it- llousrs Fon RETi dcslro to rent for tho year 1907 the Helm residence on Danvillo Avenue There are five acres of land in the lot and the home is a very desirable one Also the brick cottage on Somerset pike now occupied by George T Wood II Helm Stan lord Ky MR ELUEUT HARPER and Capt Thomas of Saulsbury N C are hero attending the Dunn Dcnzley Combi nation Sale Mr Harper who is an old Lincoln county boy Is extensively engaged in his adopted home Ho and his brother Mr James P Harper run an immense livery stable and besides they are doing tho team work on the Whitney Canal to be five miles in length nnd to run parallel with tho Yad kin river They now have 125 mules at work there and have had as many as 250 These gentlemen have been at work on this canal for over two years nnd It will take another year or so to complete the job Between 500 and 000 men work daily on the immense un dertaking A GLITTERING SUCCESS The Com bination Salo of stallions geldings marcs ponies jacks jennets and mules held hero Wednesday and yesterday by Messrs A C Dunn nnd James R Bcazley was a success in all the word implies Buyers were hero from many States and they did some spirited bidding for the 200 or moro magnificent specimens of tho equine family that went under the hammer Prices rang led from 125 to 1250 This gives idea of the class of animals that changed hands but a better idea can- o formed when it is told that many good serviceable gentlemens horses sold at 300 to 500 stallions 500 to 1250 jacks 300 to 465 We con gratulate the promoters on the successor their first effort and hope they will tee their way clear to havo these sales emi annually or at toast once a year laving so clearly demonstrated the tact that a combination sale can be held successfully in Stanford we pre time they will have many more Capt English of Danville did the auction eering with tho assistance now and then of Col Ike Dunn of tho same city Both did good work As far as we were able to learn both buyers and sellers were more than satisfied with the sale and many of them expressed their hearty approval of the splendid manner in which it was conducted ICASII No DISCOUNTIt is with pleasure that weaccept draft for 11 000 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 wo commend to property owners The Queen Insurance Co of America represented by Jcsso D Wearen Stanford Ky Settlement cash no discount The Reynolds Co Waynesburg Ky Jan 7 1907 CORNS CURED Corn Exit will positively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 1C cents and a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Ky A change of has been agreed upon In the Hargis cases The court of rulings will give its decision anent the of Judgo Carnes today Farm for Sale or Rent flood fnrmcif imacro nonr Turnemvllle furs11leornut NlcunewresIQtauenlldnl lUXNMttry outbuilding In good repair T rm iirlvutr AlhlrJ KOOVKHUor lilli Ky or one tMower oil the place FARM FOR SALE I wish to sell iirtVHtrly my arm of 1H ncro theold Abraham harm near tin Ot ttmliulm lkoah iiitl s from Crab Orcluinl flood roHidiinco ot seven root Outbuild Ins lit fnlrly good repair will nt kltcliuu door and four the faun TermsrlllftqllrenKonable iest dirt rood lathe countyI J CiIAYRHH15nfnnlKyR NOTICE Wo wiint every Ion that U ntlllctod with rheumatism kidney trouble or any dlkenstt urUlng from Impure blood to try n package of our standard remedy Ilemem KT iziinrnntev It to cure II taken accord Ing to direction or your money will re funded Knelt package contain dotei wither Irlce SJKI For JUlio by R wIIIInntlgentMeKlwuyKy Auction I Auction I UnlIt Clearance Hale On HATU ICnA YJAN 1W7 I wllUolInt auction n Uenornl llne of Merchandise ronsUttng of such thlmtsthat do not stilt to over Hitch at Mens Fall and Winter nothing Overcoat Intl and dents till lerwcnrOddntid Kudu In Hhoes and Kelt Ibots Jrlhoe Iatdles Itubtor Miens and Boy Hats and mlllJother things too numerous n grout opportunItyforyoutosecure Ixirgalim nod lift goods nt your own price l J HM1TU ulltxits Creek Ky PUBLIC RENTING will rent to the highest anti liei t Mother publicly on HATtICHAY FKlr2 tii A nOhrlsninn farm of W Hero lying o mtlo Mint lit Moruland HtatUm tor the vni halt The Improvement nro good cU t in orchard big burn each the land llrt rliin Hlxteenneivn logo In corn tho bal niiff 1 now In lover Timothy nnd lllue tinsThe mtv tln will take place nt Hunn A CoiTeyg store In Morelnnd S v KnwAiiu AICOU Kxor AdChrlMimu VITAEQFE Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind rain Killer derm Destroyer Disease linn Inher lllood Vltnllzer Health and Htrvngtli icstor r N H Bogie Marksbury Kentucky General Age- ntPUBLIC SALE I I will tell nt public Mile nt mvplacton IHx Id vvr titles from Walnut mid throe miles front Unib Orchard on HATURDAY JAN the following property Household and Kitchen urnltur Implements Including IlowsSl Wagon Jlnrncgg Uultlvntun Hoei ate Two No I Milk UowiH Horse two very gentle Mnres and ono Ueldtng ono Mare supposed to Ixt in foul one stuck of Oat HurrefIInd liar tees lluckboard Terms Hindu known on day of sale JOHN HMITIi Col J Chandler Au- ctPUBLIC SALE I Having decided to move to Indiana I will 111 nt my residence on the Stanford t Ot nhelm iilke uboutNKnities from Htnnford uul Sa North of OtterlteiItton TUKSDAY JAN ho following de crlbed property towltily farm of 3 acres with good dwelling of hrue rooms kitchen and two porches and n good barn with other outhouses In good liaitu two horses two horo wagon hind kagon gear buggy hay outs mu corn honoohohlllllli kitchen furniture consisting of txtl room set wardrobe one rus s out nice bureau one towing machine mo clock 2 stand tablei u lot of chnftH 3 Iwd tead ono cook ItOjn good as new tltchen allot of lot of pota npplesratmudfrultomehon0 lot ot one largo sell ny saw mill nearly HI good na new one grilL mill uiof well tiger tkllH tilt plow one doubluRevel find nany other thlngit too numerous to men Lou Turin tiiiuio known on day of rale J A JAMKH Ottenhelm Ky Col Jl Chandler Auct Cottons All grwlca and prices In Cottons Cambrics Tong Cloths Nainsooks Etc LINENST- his excellent washing anti wearing material bills faro to giifyaea its form or popularity Sec our showing at 2i c to The Special in linen Sheeting 2 yards wide at 8flc yard 5c LACES We have a limited quantity of pure Linen Torechon Laces at 5c Come early to get these t+FH ++ + F i +i+ +++W t+ + + + 44LF + llt IEOUR S AND 1 Dc DE- I s NOW t It is full of good things Better values i are being shown there than ever before It is YOUnowtiChance to Save Money 4 Watch This Space Next Issue iItwill be to your interest to do so 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 HUEY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Phone 156 Opera House BIQck Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY i tI I It Pioneer Wire Fenc-er t Square mesh and the Best Wire Fence Model For sale by E T Pence Jr Stanford Ky Dealer iu Farming Implements Buggies Surreys Etc ZIlair ofa aai ra Tooth Powder Purest and Best We Recommend It Inported Direct from Japan J PRICE 25c STANFORD DRUG CO Let This Office Printr Your Stationery L The Interior Journal Etltred in the PutOffice at Stanford eond elass matter TOKSUAVB AND JTIUDWIYXraUBUHD AT CASHI 5700 PER YEAR will be charged a1Wben not so po TURKEYS I Mammoth Bronze Turkeys pure breL wtnulog to jlhem prize Mrs W I IrellchenIId1lv 1U1M ft CLABK30N ban CITY KYu JUNCTION at Reasonable RatejnniOl MS Turnout Special Attention to Traveling Men and Hay For Sale For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land situate d jut outside of town limits on the Somerset pike Rouse has 7 rooms kitchen and sor t wkntsroom good cellar table and elI- aecessary outbuildings Water hydrant to yard ono for J P BAILEY A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY shies over McRoberts1 Drug Store inI the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately tIlTing determined to quit farming 1 will sell nrlvntoly lilY hum of YtS netts near ort1nndon thu O HnllrOlIlI miles from Dv1l1et miles from lIultol1lIIo well anaftted on pike Crop Janke of horOtl corn and 3ioo4 d oot ItockJenntl n ixirj hii U I find II buyer in tho next 80 or 40 days II B KINO Moreland K- yINSURANCE Lightning Wlnd Life anddire Aesident None tilt HTRONOKHT and Lowest PostrS1 Mble Rates Guaranteed LoSt Payinglteo BTtHUotqualKd Tulk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 85 BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Carter livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Ic5al Attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission heck Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale a J wish to snll privately my form of ITo tltststi tittles West of on the Leu K it le well Improvd and laB Siiay of water and timber fenced- A81 building In good repair of 100 acre- 1ngmldwayixtwetntnncasterand IxWelluaJOR pikes inced Terms reasonable TIIIKItI1INO- ZIArLbury Ky liVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU t readymade clothing when there t54llttlodlaorencoIn tho price of ready smclo Mute and n suit to your measure nun by an experienced tailor I have a Haadsoino line of Fall Winter goods I oaa make from n low lricu husluess suit to the aoe tdressHUlt Also OvercoatTrouc brand Fancy Vests The coyipany I rep ssovat U second to none ill 0 HUILKY The Tailor Stanford Ky e iteeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Iislerin HarneesSaddlery fie STANFORD KENTUCKY OCcfJPhone lit Homo Phone 55 Jl Beazley Co and Embalm tera Also Dealers in Fur alture MattingsRuga They noil exchange Furniture for aH Kinds of Stock Give Stem a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Ii24k CHURCH MATTERS Dr Wm Shelton will preach at the Sundayatuse gift from John D Rockefeller for mis slon work on the Nile W E Estes one of the oldest and ablest Baptist ministers of Southcas ern Kentucky died suddenly of henrt failure at WHHamsburg Dr W F VAughans subject Sunday morning at the Methodist church will be Letting the Truth Slip His con grcgation will worship at the Presb terlan church Sunday night The Evening Post prints a story that John D Rockefeller has agreed to give 2000000 for the cndowmei of a university for Louisville providing that a similar amount is raised by thoso most interested in the new institution The Ministerial Association of the city has arranged for a big Union Revival to be held in the city the latter part of March and have engaged the noted evangelist Dr Milton S Rees The services will be held in the Baptist churchDanville News Presbyterian church The pastor hopes that every member who car will be present on Sunday morning Subject at 11 A Trusting in God at 7 r M Man Trying to Be as God A cordial invitation Is extended to nIl t5 be present at these services There is a concerted movement by all the churches of Jackson in a revive now in progress there for a thorougl evangelization of the city The services are being conducted daily and nt the Baptist church in charge of the wellknown evangelist J W Clark The Southern Methodists now have 46 conferences including those In foreign lands The total membership is 1667394 Of these 10775 art preachers that is one out of every 155 The amount given per member for pas torial support is 241 The total paid preachers elders and bishops including superanuatcd is 4023003 FARMERS DEPARTMENT W T S Blackburn sold his 163acr farm in Grant county for 16000 58 acres of hemp land for rent Mrs Rebecca R Carpenter Hustonville J D Randall sold to J W Scars 861bs of green ginseng root at 17 per Ib- Mack Hughe of Danville sold to Virginia party three combined horses for 835- Twenty good threeyearold mules foi sale Will sell in pairs B G Fox Danville R H McElroy sold to Sneed Gibbs his farm of 356 acres In Washington county at 6250 Pair red sorrel mules three years old this Spring for sale Powell r Depp Hustonville Ky FOR SALEThoroughbred DurocJer sey pigs ready for shipment R H Bronaugh Crab Orchard Ky Rod Warfield of Elizabethtown sold to Warfield Lee of Macon Ga a carload of 26 mules at 19250 Judge Allie Young sold to Robert Shields 323 acres of land at 100 This lind is on Flat creek Bath county W D Williams brother of J W Williams of this place ig here from Castlewood Va hunting for highclass jacksDanny Thomas of Paris sold to W W Evans Grey Ghost a seven yeal old by Wiggin dam by Peavine Price 5000 IJ C May sold to Charles Cecil a Kansas bred trotter for 350 and bought of Thomas Durham a fine weanling colt for 100 Danville herald Warehouse receipts are taxable property the situs being the domicile of the owner under a decision handed town by the Court ot Appeals in a sase appealed from Jefferson county The court tysld that the owner must pay taxes on the receipts even though the property may bo in warehouses ocated in Germany How to Cure Chilblains To enjoy freedom from chilblains writes John Kemp East OtLs old Me I apply Bucklens Arnica Salve lave also used it for salt rheum with excellent results Guaranteed to cure fever sores indolent ulcers piles burns wounds frost bites and skin iseuses 25oatPennys Drug Store Kingston Jamaica was struck by an larthquake Monday afternoon All the houses within a radius of 10 miles were damaged and almost every house in the city was destroyed Fire broke out after the earthquake andcompleted the work of destruction The business ection of Kingston is a heap of smold ring ashes The killed number about 100 and thousands were injured Cut this out and take it to the Stanford Drug Co and got a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver ablets These tablets aro far sup nor to pills being easier to take and more pleasant in elTect They correct disorders of tho stomach liver and bowels VicePresident Fairbanks will de cline to accept the 4000 a year in rease of salary provided for him in the egislative appropriation bill which has assed both houses and is now in conference Mrs Selina Abraham the first Jewess born west of tho Allegheny mountains Is dead 1f How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually coustlputsi Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by atlmulatln tho liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orln Laxative Fruit Syrup does not neav seato or gripe and is mild and plea ant to take Refuse substitutes OI Penny was a tyoldMr Went to call on another mans Sr Ho dytkl his mustache To make a big mache And left his trademark where he Kr S 5 The Right Name Mr August Sherpo the popular overseer of the pour at Fort Madison la says Dr Kings New Life Pills are rightly named they act more agreeably do moro good and make one feel better than any othc laxative Guaranteed toCUI bilious ness and constipation 25o at Penny Drug Store CHICKENS A few single comb llliixlo Island IllQoclcruls from n select pen for nlo 4Jilts I 1I1100K 8tlnford K HOGS KILLED I nut prepared to kill hogs and will deity ertouny OIlU within ono u111e of my plnci at 6 each l1AY DEN HHANKH llowlnml Ky Jesse W Sweeney rnordrron Livery Feed and Solo StAblo Lanoaster Ky JflMES M PHILUIFS STANFORD KY DXAIXB IK Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build dors Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build Ing purposes and do all kinds of concrete work Prices on application Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to sell my farm flK mile Writ of Hustonvllle mile front plk e unit Carpen ters Mtutlon ronsUtlng of IS3 acres of rich blue grass or tobacco lurid nil In gross This farm can bo equally divided to advantage so as to haven good dwelling on fiich piece alto necessary outbuildings Thu farm lays almost In a square only one angle In lines There tae three stock burns good toliacco tarn S stables I truant houie Rood water In every Held six laiUn springs with S streams running through wholu truck J HTHKM2 OAIIPKNTKII Hustonvllle Ky PUBLIC SALE I I will sell at public auction two miles from Crab Orchard on the Iiineiuter t Imli orchard pike beginning at 10 oclock Tl WillA JAN althe following proport One Milk ow three fat hogs Oultltnttr1lho Harrow I NIL m Oliver Turning 1low twogool wur- klIur11 ioulltMhovelISliveI jruhbltiK and UOOtI Ht Viigon harness compete I twoltit1Hurrer with pole and shaft Ile boil HtJ 6Ubalrsone set of Horse shoeing Tools small set of Uitrpenters Tools vomiMinitl of one Hand Sawl Hiiuarit 1lanul llmce stud lilts Dining loom Table IHiihes Knives unit Forks Three dozen cults of Fruit I Hewing MinUlne I Rood Sorghum IaWius lire Illvhetl Terms Cash l HMITHrrnl Orehnrd Ky SHERIFFS SALE For State and County Taxes Uy virtue of Tux Warrants which issued from Clerks Office of the Lin oln County Court Ior one of my Icputiea will on Monday February 11 IOU between tho hours of 9 A I unit 4 r at the courthouse door in the city of Stanford Lincoln county Ksell for cash in hand to ay the State and county tuxes for 1900 tho following described proper ty or no much thereof us muy be nec ssary to pay said taxes with all pen ltiea costs and interestT HILL Sheriff of Lincoln County Ky STANKOIII mSTIUOT WHIT- BJarnctt W C town lot Row land 84 75 Inzlett Win 23 acres land 4 00 FcElroy T L 100 acres land 8 90 Tailor James town lot 4 50 hompson Mrs Bessie V 5J acres land 2 05 barren Miss Mary town lot 7 20 TAN OItD DISTRICT COMMl- Efireckinridge Abe bra 1 acre land 2 60 Evans Dick estate 37 acres land 4 40 a ns aas awarweb orr Rout Dick estate 3 acres land 2 20 Rout Sam town lot 4 30 Smith Robt N R 1 acroland 2 CKAll OltClIAUU DISTINCT WIIITK Adam Smith lint 70 acres tUIIIIj 3 051 Brown Mary N It 29acrcs land 2 60 Haggard lire 80 acres land 3 10 Obis Colo 11 acres land 5 6 Delaucy Mrs Kato 50 acres land 2 00 Kaminsky Mrs Knrolino 80 acres land 3 70 Krigcr Fred N R 24 acres land 2 89 Leisure Joo S his 105 acres land 7 20 Lewis 0 P N R 100 acres land 41 Lynch J F 25 acres land 4 35 Noaks James N R 10 acres 2 9- 1Noakg James 10 acres land 4 55 Rogers John 25 acres laud 4 21 Rose George N 11 GO acres hnd 3 50 Smith Mrs Amanda 130 acres land 3 40 Weaver B M lire 50 acres land 2 00 ntAii oucHAiii mariner coioiui Cruise Emma 22 acres land 2 3C Curtis Sam G acres land 4 40 Hays Cal 15 acres land 4 OC Higgtns Amanda lira 2 acres land 2 GO Uckey Iko iaurcs land 4 20 Lackey Rcb 27 acres laud 3 1C Perkins Robt lion o mid lot 4 50 Smith J H N R 2 acres land 2 5J- WAYNiisnunn DISTIIICT WHITB iVdams II 0 131 acres laud 5 21 Akcr J W 12 acres land 4 01- Ballingcr F N It 47 acres land 3 G- CIkstin S B 155 acres land G 05 laugh Silas A 32 acres land 4 4C Dunn MSX R 100 acres land 4 U family L R X R 50 acres land 3 M Dial Joseph 50 acres laud fi 2Ji pope J W N R 6 acres land 2 5C ravins W R N R 160 acres land 3 75- Daugherty J A XII 110 acres hind 5 70 Flint Sam town lot 4 30 jooch Mrs Matilda 32 acres land 2 90 joodbody Joe N Itm acres land MO 3overJSXR 07 acres land 4 15 Jail Jefferson 28 acres land 4 30 Hilton Mrs George N It 1 lot Ii 10 Johnson It G N R 43 acres land U 55 vessup Fred N R 10 acres land 2 85 areas James N R GO uterus laud n 10 vove G L Sr N It 10 acres laudt li 10 Lendl Mrs Mnttlo 25 acres land 2 GO litchlo Edward N R 360 acres land 6 70 Moore David 15 acres land 4 30 bore I C N R 121 acres laud 4 GO Morgan Mrs MJ 40 acres land 3 30 lorgan Win 100 acres laud 5 25- lullins Mrs Mullie lucre land 2 30 arkhill Dr 12 acres land 4 0- 0crryr W 150 acres land 12 15 itnian Mrs Laura 37 acres land 3 10 Sims 31 hrs 25 acres land 2 40 Sims Martha K 79 acres land 3 35 ingleton Mrs Elizabeth 65 acres land 3 10 Smith Mrs Amanda 50 acres land 3 10 uddeth A C hrs 50 acres 2 55 W ntSiiulii DIHTItlOT COLOKHI ones Harry 45 acres laud 5 20 wsley Washington 30 acres 3 10 HUSTOSVIUK DI8TIIICT WIIITK Akins Mrs Frances 1 acre mail 7 a0 arter Mrs Nun 3 acres laud 2 80 towards Ed 12 acres laud 8 iO- IIllrp W 11 180 acres land G 10 iccpcr G S 18 acres laud 5 20 Penney Wm 200 acres land 4 15 Wulls John 22 acres land 3 10 lnrris Joe E N R 22 acres land 8 25 ftHiaras hoary N n town lot 10 Knlior J R hrs 83 acres land 32 20 IIIMTONVILLK mSTKIOr COLOUR Drown Ed 1 aero land 4 10 Brown John 1 acre laud 4 00 Gooch Cam 4 acres land 5 10- wswMr Yl T J Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs R W B Perkins M r lA All all any 1 All all S H l Tinner and f For and Tin ware Etc to See Me Our is o4 H Nice for Rent Idoslru to rout for the year 1W my pine one mile from Mtau U contain it two story residence of live rooms two halls els tort cellar nervnnts room and all out huild lugs los os loli given Ililincdlitlily Ap plicant will plenty apply to J II iii toll JOHN Wo whose unities Hppeiir below strictly forbid hunting Hilling or ttny kind Ires passing on our places and will pro ecutu vi damn to tho full extent of tho law Furl Itelohenlmcb llro Kred VoiiAlliniiit Fred lluuiiiann Ivorttu Unimex- K ItelchenUicli Joiepti llallou- AU Dunn 1L J U Kliuoru David Htephuns V Nunnelley J v hull ghutu Ji Oiirpunter Jacoii Jestweln Hani Daineron Sirs MJAshlouk OOfiover Fred Hnndorf Mr Mlnii lliton Vf Jj Oordler J Novln Darter 1oter llfilmor J H OainenUcli J v Peak UK Martin Messerit Iuxton WO Knutt Tlnsluy Hpoonamoro lion I Murtln M K Lawrunoo Crab or hardJ or Oliver Plows weH HIGGINSIStanford Kentuckyu1 PUMPSKinds prices dep- thROOFING kinds pricesrALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Pl- lnnherJE1ii1ON T Staple Fancy GroceriesHard- ware Queensware Glassware Wire Fence Come Motto Quick Sales andISmall Profits GEORGE FARRIS 11 Home 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