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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tr- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL xxxiv STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 22 1907 NO 88 One of Lincolns Sons IONo man Is wholly bad nn If you goat tho man right you can reach him and influence his life I havo talked with sumo of tho men In hero of whom iS was Bald that they were tho hardest to reach inside tho walls and I have never rocelved a rebuff Theso wero tho words of tho Rev Joseph Severance Chaplain of Frank fort Penitentiary and one of thi brightest of old Lincolns sons Tak Ing up tho work of tho spiritual direction of tho institution Aug 1st ho has proven himself to bo tho man of thi hour for that work A man of r netic personality ho has endeared himI self to tho unfortunato therein by this personality Not only this ho is a trueII pulpit orator and never havo the men e voluntarily attended church services aa they do now Chaplain Severance visits tho prison dally and has a personal acquaintance with each man inspiring him with confidence that ho Is Interest ed In his needs and welfare In short ho Is tho prisoners friend Tho moral tone of the prison mace his coming has been incalculably raised and tho end Is not in sight Tho public at large gives too little thought to tho man after ho has beon convicted and confined within prim on walls If the Immuring of the man is just for punishment our laws fall of their end but If tho segregation is to help In reformation then the end Is at tamed Rev Severance keeps tho Idea bo fore tho men that good behavior helps both behind tho walls and outside as well and by his forceful tact lie has gained tho good will of tho men by f manual dexterity with tools ho has gained their respect and by Ida Chris tin lifo and teaching Is winning them t from evil ways and practices thus pre paring them to be good citizens In stead of terrors to tho community in I which they may live and thus be living monuments of Christs lovo when cx crched by strong virile consecrated men By his wide acquaintance ho Is arousing on interest throughout tho State as to tho problem of what will bo the future of tho prisoner after ho leaves the prison and also tho better ment of tho prisoner during confine ment In this list ho has tho hearty cooperation of Commissioners wardens and other prison officials 0 M DROWN president C E Society Everbody S heFarmer Everybody skins tho farmer Such an naay thing Easy summer M in winter springtup Noer a halt bcgoshl Evrybody skins tho farmer 1And thats no josh Grafters hove a tired feeling Toll Is a thing they hate Rut tho farmer seems so willing j To blto their wretched halt Rockefeller Swift and Armour All know where to try Evrybody skins tho farmer And thats no lie Party crook and public grafter Scheme and pious fraud Each in his own way is after A chunk of tho farmers wad Hut theres a sure way to stop it A bright and hopeful gleam Join tho men of Equity And thats no dream UpToDate Farming Tho Grip Before wo can sympathize with others wo must have suffered our solves No ono can realize tho suffering attendant upon an attack of the grip unless ho has hud tho actual experience There improbably nod Is ease that causes so much physical and l mental agony or which so successfully r defies medical old All danger from tho grip however may bo avoided by tho prompt uso of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Among tha tens of thousands who havo used this remedy not ono ease has over been reported that has resulted In pneumonia or Unit has not recovered For Halo by tho Stanford Drug Co =Speaking for 50000 Negroes who compose its membership tho Grand Council of tho National Industrial As sociation of America in convention nt Baton a resolution in Horsing President Hoosevelts action In dismissing tho Negro soldiers at Brownsville A Jamaican Lady Speaks High ly of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mrs Michael Hart wlfo of tho superintendent of Curt Service nt Kingston Jamaica West Indies Islands says that sho has for some yours used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for coughs croup and whoop- Ing cough and has found it very bene fetal Sho has implicit confidence in it and would not ho without n bottle 1ofIt in her homo Sold by the Stan ford Drug Co f i1 MATRIMONIAL W C Brown and Miss Julia Murphy were made ono on tho ICth David Goodpastor of Bourbon anti Miss Lena Spires of Highland were married nt tho brides homo Monday ILouis Minnlnnl and Miss Lillian Lane wero united in marriage this morning at the parsonage by Father Knue After the ceremony tho young couple left for a bridal tour of several days Upon their return they will be gin housekeeping Boyle County Her old It may not be generally known but Negroes and whites can legally marry in tho District of Columbia To remedy this disgraceful state of affairs Representative Byrd of Mississippi has introduced a bill prohibiting tho intermarriage of Negroes und whites at tho national capital Friends here havo received cards an nouncing tho marriage of Mr Thos D Weurcn to Miss Anna May Harrington of Vermont Tho brido was visiting relatives in New Orleans where sho met Mr Weurcn who is now resident of tho Crescent City and tho marriage followed on Jan 10 The groom is a brother of Mr W II Wcaren of this place und has many friends hero who wish him well CHURCH MATTERS Hiram Wells aged 57 and Miss Lou Watson 10 were married in Cumberland county- A series of meetings by Rev Wm Crow of Frankfort are now in pro gress at tho Presbyterian church with good attendance and several additions Somerset Republican Uncle Joo Hopper of Perryville who has been assisting Rev H It Laird in a protracted meeting at thoI Presbyterian church for the post weekI closed Monday night Eachservice was well attended dcpite the weather Uncle Joo is a practical everyday speaker but has a way peculiar to himself of carrying his audience through his talks lie Is halo and hearty though weighted down by four score years May ho live many years yet to prosecute the work ho loves 10I much Wo trust wo may have with us again ore he joins the choir inI visible Paris NewsICured of LungTrouble It Is now 11 years since I had it narrow escape from consumption writes C O Floyd a leading business titan of Kershuw S C 111 had run down In weight to 13J pounds and coughing was constant both tIa and by night Finally began taklnlCI Dr Kings New Discovery and con timed thin for about six months when my cough and lung trouble were en tirely gono and I was restored to my normal weight ill pounds Thousands of persons aro healed every year Ouarntoed at Pennys Drug Store StU nnd 81 Trial bottle free Connecticut Is usually regarded as a safe nnd pleasant place to line in and yet It had 43 murderers in 1906 where Maino had only two To be sure Con necticut has more people than MalnI but not so very many more it has fewer than 1000000 whllo Maino has 725000 It is fair to stato that It was an unusually bad year for tho old Nut meg State In this respect as its 43 murderers are more than it over had before in n single year and 17 morel than the annual average for the last decade Kcnnebcc Journal A Card This Is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money If Foloys Honey und Tar falls to euro your cough or cold It stops tho cough heals the lungs and prevents serious resulufrom a cold Cures In grlppo coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiates Tho genuine Is In u yellow package Refuse substitutes O L Penny On an American 25 cent piece there are 13 stars 13 letters in the scroll held in tho eagles beak 13 feathers in each of tho eagles wings 13 tail feathers 13 parallel bars in the shield 13 horizontal bars 13 leaves on tho branch and 13 letters in the words quarter dollar Now York Tribune posltlvelytreatment Is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to Refund tho money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottlo of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and if a perfect cure is Pennydruggist Largo Increases in the valuation of coal properties in Harlan county have been made by the County Board of As sessment and many protests havo been made it being argued that tho in creases will tend to keep out foreign capital NEWS NOTES Two girls made their escape from the New Castle jail while tho jailers back was turned According to tho internal revenue officials there has been no extensive manufacture of denatured alcohol as yet Tho trial of Harry Kendall Thaw for the murder of Stanford White the architect Is expected to be called In New York on Wednesday Railroads are practically at a stand still in Oregon und Washington be cause of the Inability of the companies to obtain fuel for locomotives Two stores within less than half a block of tho Hammondstreet police station in Cincinnati were entered and robbed of 5OOU worth of fine furs Statistics published in St Petersburg show that 1252 persons were sentenced to death In Russia during the year 190C for political or revolutionary crimes Flood conditions prevail all over Eastern Kentucky Railway trains are all behind time and thousands of logs have been lost All log booms are be- Ing cloosely watched Twentyfive deaths within tho last 15 days is the record of fatalities from a strange disease in a region along the Canadian river about four and a half miles from Konowa I T Milton this State Is almost entirely under water only two buildings being- on dry ground A general store und the postofilcc ut Gum five miles below were washed away by the Hood Suits may bo filed by Western Ken tucky coal operators against railroads in that section asking many thousands of dollars in damages for alleged discrimination in tho delivery of cars Tho refusal of a priest to bless the remains of two workmen killed in a street fight caused a riot in a church at Lodz Russian Poland in which eight persons were killed and 13 woundedI At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Southern Industrial and Immigration Association at Birming ham Ala plans were adopted for the establishment of an immigration league in every Southern State Judge William Carnes special judge try the men accused of the murder Dr B D Cox at Jackson held court for a few minutes to enter an order ending tho special term He re mained in Jackson only a few minutes At least 16 people were crushed or burned to death in a collision ut Fowler Ind between a passenger train and a freight on the Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago and St Louis railroad Ten persons were seriously injured Tho collision was caused by the passenger train running by a signal In a dense fog The situation at Kingston Jamaica is appalling and reports Indicate that the recent earthquake disaster is developing into ono of time greatest ca lamities of modern times It is believed that thousands of persons have been killed The shore line has dis appeared in many places and the city seems about to sink into the sea Four men are to bo hanged in Ken tucky on Friday February 15 next un der judgments of court the Governor fixing tho date for execution They are Guy Lyon and W It Fletcher of Lo gan county convicted of committing criminal assault and lien Huffukcr of Lyon county nnd Jessie Fitzgerald of Knox county sentenced on conviction of murder It is estimated that at least 15000 people are homeless on account of the flooding of the lower sections of Cin cinnati and tho cities on the Kentucky side of the Ohio at that point Fully three thousand have been driven from their homes In Cincinnati nearly five thousand residents of Newport have been compelled to vacate their homes and all the other clUes within 10 miles of Cincinnati report thousands more Hurgis lost at all points before the Court of Appeals which handed down two opinions in cases in which he is involved The indictment In Fayette county charging the Cockrell murder was held to be good Tho court also directed Special Judge Cranes to draw a jury to try tho Cox case from the jury wheel and further directed him in tho trial of tho case although revoking the writ of prohibition directed against him- Dangers of a Cold and How to Avoid Thom More fatalities have their origin in or result from a cold than from any other cause This fact ulono should make people more careful us there is no danger whatever from a cold when It is properly treated In tho beginning For many years ChambcrlalnsCough Remedy has been recognized as thoI most prompt and effectual medlolno In uso for this disease It acts on na tures plan loosens the cough relieves tho lungs opens tho secretions and aids nature in restoring tho system to healthy condition Sold by tho Stanford Drug Co HUSTONVILLE Dr Godbey of Perryville has been the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs E J Godby D C Allen shipped his usual quota of holts and cattle paying GJc and 3c respectively for them Work is progressing on tho home of Charles Lutes and the weather permit ting it will bo ready for occupancy In about four weeks Nathan C Hicks and family will move to the Mrs Maggie Dunn farm this week Wo welcome them to tho West End and hope they will find their home both pleasant and profitable Miss Anna Reid entertained a few friends with an elegant 6 oclock din ner Friday evening Among those pree ent were Misses Catherine Alcorn Melle Hopper Lou Hocker and A B C Dinwiddie and Prof McVey Foxes are getting so numerous In tho Mt Salem section that their hunting is being resorted to for the better protec tion of lambs pigs geese and ducks Last Wednesday Wm Tinsley andoth era jumped a large red male and after a long chase their hounds captured him Our banner year was 1906 In indus trial activity and in every line Our merchants and live stock dealers report a decided increase of business over for mer years The open winter has had some effect on tho sale of winter goods and preparations are being made for a clearance sale the adsof which will appear In our next letter K G Martin has opened a subscription school at tho Richards school house with about 30 pupils Mr John Brown of Casey county has returned from a business trip to Dalton Ga He is vice president of the proposed railroad from McKinney to Scottsvillo and furnished a liberal portion of the funds used in the survey of last summer Tho number of dwellings here is not sufficient to supply the demand Half a dozen or more good cottages could be rented at good interest on the capital invested People are getting more anx- Ious than formerly to educate their children knowing the value of it in this progressive age and would come hero to take advantage of our excellent graded school if they could secure housesThere are times in mens lives which if taken with the flood lead on to fortune These same conditions are true of towns nnd cities and today- It is within the province of our sister city Danville to be to the adjacent territory what Lexington is to Central Kentucky Interurban lines solves the problem and since the introduction of motor cars there is no reason why Dan villes Commercial Club should not in vestigate a route along the pike for freight and passenger traffic Briggs the young Siberian bloodhound of Lair Brown made n record breaking trail in Casey last Friday night The store of Combest Carson at Phil was broken into and about 300 tiken The dog took tho trail 16 or 18 hours after the robbery occurred and in a driving rain followed it to the spot where the thieves halted to divide their spoils and thenco to tho cabin of Elmer White and from there to a place across streams etc where the parties had started thus locating tho guilty per sonsElmer White Tom Turner and Clarence Thomas Thomas conressed Implicating the other two and tho money was recovered The men were placed in the Liberty jail Wise Counsel From the South I want to give some valuable advice to thoso who stiller with lame back and kidney trouble says J R Ulan enshlp of Bock Tent have proved to an absolute certainty that Electric Hitters will positively cure this distressing condition rhoI first bottle gave mo great relief and after taking a few more bottles I was completely cured so completely that it becomes u pleasure to recommend this great remedy Sold under guaran tee at Pennys Drug Store Price 60c Is Ignorance ever bliss an instance Well take the case of the hobo who doesnt know where to find work An Insidious Danger Ono of tho worst features of kidney trouble is that it is an insidious die ease and before tho victim realizes his danger ho may have a fatal malady Take Foloys Kidney Cure at tho first sign of trouble us it corrects irregu laritles and prevents Brlghts disease and diabetes O L Penny An engine on the Atchison Topeka t Santa Fe road exploded on a bridge near Desoto Kansas killing three men destroying the bridge and landing 14 cars into river Disturbed the Congregation The person who disturbed the con gregation last Sunday by continually coughing is requested to buy a bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar G L Penny January Clearance Sale 81500 liens Overcoats Cut to 81148 1250 Mens Overcoats Cut to 048 1000 Mens Overcoats Cut to 748 750 Mens Overcoats Cut to 408 C50 liens Overcoats Cut to yi48 500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 7 308 1800 Mens Suits Cut to 1308 1500 Mens Suits put to 1108 1250 Mens Suits Cut to 908 1000 Mcua Sulks Cut to i 708 f850 Mens Suits Out tokh598760 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 KY DIMONDISand Reasonable Prices We Cordially Invite You to Visit our Store While in Danville HUGH MURRAY Theewe1err DANVILLE KY Special Prices on Heating Stoves at I Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries rte the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2300000 ii OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORS J B OWSLKY Stanford 8 II SHANKS Stanford O W OAIITIII TurnersrllU W H CUMMINS Preachersvllle L 0 Ooocn Wayneaburg W II Tiuvu n Olloerni Creek K L DCIIULE Lancaster W O WALKER Stanford J B FOSTER Stanford W n BIUNKS Stanford J B PAXTON Stanford We ruspectfullysollclt the accounts of Individuals Flrnta and Corporations Hanks Iud Bunkers and are prvpnnil to furnish nit ilepoiltort ntcli accommodations UI are consistent with iiifu bunking Modern Hnfvty Deposit Bozos lu our vuult for use of our Customers First National BankStanford ICyI Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit tank of In 1818 then reorganized as the Mulonal Bank ot Stanford In 1865 and again reorganized as the First National Baik of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an uninter eilstence for It Is better supplied now wIth faellfear for transact Ing business promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable Career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cer porotlons Solicited 4c Officers Ire nOOKEH Frtit bT HAUKIB V Pres 11 MoltOUEUTS Ohr W Q WKAKKNAsstOhri Directors V ReId Danville 8 T Uarrls Stanford J Rocker Stanford K L Tanner M D Elmore Stanford n Baughman Stanford T P Hill Btanforu Ju Robinson Rubble J H Baufcnman Stanford J M Pattus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford J Il The Interior Journal E C WALTON t M F NORTH I Ii a candidate for Heprenentatlvoof Lincoln county subject to thu Uetuo ratio party f J T ROBERTS lItmto In tho Trrnb r Orchnrd6inglsterlnlDItrlctaublectlothnotion Democratic Ticket itForU S SenatorJ C W Beck hamFor Governor S W Haffor r For Attorney GeneralJohn K Hendrlcks For StateSuperlnlendentof Schools i M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J1V Newman For Lieutenant Governor South TrimbleFor H M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert Vreeland For Treasurer ttuby Laffoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault THE theory of trial marriage seems r to have been worked to tho limit by a couple in Wyoming They have just been married for the fifth time having r been divorced four times since they first became husband and wife With in six months after their marriage in Montana Mrs Burkett applied for and obtained a divorce from her husband on the ground of cruelty Within a year they remarried quarreled soon after the second marriage and Mrs Burkett left her husband who obtain ed a divorce on trio ground of desertion The next divorce was obtained by the I wife on the groifnd ofdesertion and non support The last divorce was obtained by the husband on the ground of deser tion The couple have lived in a num ber of Western States since their first marriage and no two divorces were obtained in the samb State IT seems that Judge Games the r special judge selected by Gov Beck ham to try the cases at Jackson was gist so far wrong after all The court appeals endorsed all of his acts save the manner of selecting a jury In other words the highest court Kentucky upheld him in six of his seven rulings In speaking of Judge Carnes his home paper the Williamstown Courier says We are p that in everything he did at Jackson he was prompted by a sincere desire to dis charge faithfully the difficult duties hore undertaking requiring great discretion and prudence and if the judge has erred at all which we do not ad mit it is impossible that it should have been from any unjust or corrupt motive AT last it seems probable that the government will cut the high prices paid railroads for transporting the mails The House Committee will recommend a reduction of 10 per cent Railway mail pay and subsidies now amount to 43000000 annually and the proposed cut will mean a saving of about 4500000 a year The commit tee in an informal vote stood 12 to six in favor of the reduction Second As sistant Postmaster General Shallen berger was before the committee and startled it very much by saying that it was a mistake to say that secondclass mail matter was carried at a great loss Ho believes that secondclass matter pays its own way This will probably explode the movement to have the charge of carrying secondclass mail matter increased IF the whole State of Alabama were to say that Tuskegee Institute bred criminals and Booker T Washington were to say the opposite the world would believe Mr Washington He has the virtues of both the races he representsDayton Ohio Journal Yes and if the whole North were peopled by such consummate asses as the writer of the above parapraph the say ings and doings of those who live North of the Mason and Dixon line would not be worthy the consideration of decent people WHEN Young Adams a Pennsylva nice Congressman commited suicide the public was at a loss to find the cause as a bright future seemed in store for him There are causes for every effect however even in suicide and it has been disclosed in this case He was found to have been a defaulter to tho extent of 70000 having taken from a safety deposit box bonds belong ing to his fathers estate and to his f brother I has ruled that aIllinoisANJ isajug of whisky deadly weapon when It Is thrown at a man but like a which is dangerous without lock t stock or barrel the jug is nearly ale You can knock a manways In the head with it empty and steal his head when it is full Bays he would give 200 lifelioUnfortunately however 10 years for him cuts no In such a elton money The rich have to lay down toad die like the pauper when their time comes e t 1t- i tiiLi 1 POLITICAL Hon T P Reed has announced for Representative of Boyle The Indiana House of Representatives went on record as being opposed to of fice holding by womeniRepresentative has introduced a bill prohibiting the intermarriage of Negroes and whites at the national capital A settlement of the Lexington Mich olasvlllo and Hnrrodsburg postofficeI fights will be made this Assistant Postmaster General Hitch cock said Both a two cent fare bill and n measure to prevent the furnishing of free transportation to State officers has made its appearance in the Tennessee LegislatureThe Cotton Association in convention at Birmingham adopted a resolution indorsing President Roosevelt in dismissing the Negro troops at BrownsvilleThe by an overwhelming vote adopted an amendment increasing the salaries oftho members together with the president vice president speaker and members of the cabinet In the lower branch of the Arkansas Legislature a bill fixing a maximum rate of two cents a mIle for firstclass passenger rates in the State was pass ed by an overwhelming vote According to information received from the Rivers and Harbors Commit tee the Tennessee river will receive about 950000 and the Cumberland river 550000 in the forthcoming rivers and harbors bill The location of the new public building at Bowling Green has caused many protests from citizens who object to the site selected It is charged that politics entered into the selection and Dr A D James is accused of having n hand in the game The Texas Legislature has adopted a resolution providing for the election of a Senator on Jan 22 Tho indications are that Senator Bailey lias won his fight the substitute investigation reso lution offered by his friends having been adopted in the House Charges embraced in 3G separate counts were filed against Senator J W Bailey in the Texas Legislature yesterday His friends announce that they will insist on a vote for Senator today saying that if the accusations are substantiated he can then resign WashingtonI IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES- James Poteet aged 70 is dead in RockcastleMrs Anderson aged 60 is dead in the Cornishville section of Mer cerIra T Chestner a prominent citizen of Anderson county Is dead of consumption Henry Noe of Middlcsboro is be lieved to have been killed in the earth quake at Kingston Jamaica A movement has been started for the erection of a 10000 Young Mens Christian Association building in Harrods burg A stock company is being formed at Barbourvillo to erect a 50OoO hotel We know of no place where a good hotel is more needed By a score of 18 to 13 the basketball ttfam from the Central University at Danville defeated the local Y M C A team at Louisville The Welsh Lumber Co of West Virginia will build a 10000 branch at MIddlesboro A big pants factorY will also begin operations there about March 1st- Charles Crow who has been with Vf EL Sallee for some time has accepted a position with tho First State Bank of Junction City The increasing busi ness of the bank required the services of another man No better selection could have been madeBoyle County HeraldA of men working on the grad ng for double tracks on the L N between Livingston and East Bernstadt made a grewsome find near Altamont While digging at the spot where a blind tiger stood several years ago they un earthed the skeleton of a man There is no clew as to the identity of the man but it is almost certain that he was a stranger who was murderedand buried by the gang that made the place infamous for a long time Here and There Toney Honing proprietor of Hotel Honing Cincinnati is dead A small crowd attended Danville court yesterday and business generally was dull Mrs John McClure died at Owings ville just after having given birth to three boys Every house in Shawneetown Ill is surrounded by water and 600 inhabi tants have deserted the place IN the course of a talk on publicity R L Ogden told the Sphinx Club at ndverIUsingof mere moneymaking Make your advertisements so interesting that they will read as carefully as editorials and the news of the stock market That done the only remaining step is to put them where they will be seen by the greatest possible number of those to whom they are addressed L 031- J B Wilhite sold to E M Flees of Cordile Ga a car load of mules and horses at 160 10 horses to O C Pen ucl of Marianna Fla at 180 After a married lifo of eight weeks Mrs Bud Elrod suicided at Paducah The Ohio river is 15 miles wide at Henderson and six at Owensboro Sale of Valuable Farm and Personalty IAs administrator of John A Vitht 1wJuaHIYJASlhIiat om ltui- ludcllleOnDanvllltpike In Lincoln lUll ty nt public outcry his IIlroollnl propertynll of which U exceptionally good and consist mainly of tho following One n ted Ktiiillon llirvoyenr old stallion brood morel two Xyenrold IIIIIus three yearling miles yearlliixcolt three wend lings colts all well lirtU one lour of work mule 74 ulieep 40 hogg sown and boar27 yearlliiK cattleu milk cows the iu yearold bull lot ot hnYllllollt ImrruU of corn 112 shocks of udder liuui tobacco ticks rnrmllllllllplmlltllllllll tool of nil kinds hint varietleM In good tOIIIIIIienhtllll hold and kitchen furiiliniv Inter of stock mile lJIllr or movable Howe lea rxxU of wire lenre flan lenctng apparatus hfguar wagon gears hnrnoM aaddlo could nation gun two Wlnclienler Itlllesutc At the q11llttIIllU Mud plucu the agent Of the heir of John A WriGht t will olTcr for sale at the farm nlxmtonehnndltvllwdrlghtyrvntenlying tUIIIII turnpike shout one mile from us tonvlllo Lincoln county Icy ll1Ill1bOlil th same distance from the xllnt on the Cincinnati Southern Hallway It Ii nil ingrassuxcept about acre toad niimt of Therulsnlnrgdwulllnpnil neco nry outbuilding and It U woll fenced It 11111 short one of the most de ttlrnlile tarsi In the county and convenient to good rollouts church nod it railroad Mil lion Mr George Wright wIll show protpecllvc purchniera over thu farm and the pcdl green of the horses win be obtained from Odin The term will be nniioutirvd an the ht101 Mile J II IAXTHN Admr Kle Col J I handler Auet Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO KyFramer outbuildings acrID culUratlon rat In Um ber Well wateied yanla Irvin pcmoffloiJcbuol and chunk bywllua pike and In loud com munity rite IMO coualymUberlylola on place UolJente room lIorl lug vetbertjo roVl UooJ barn About Suu acni In euitlrallun llulldlugs In uo ltrn shape aDd fencing good bosh timber Well at house springs ll our place aud 2 creeks running through Will the place M g wtiolafor fllowi on eaty terms or will divide plea lu ault purchasers nice little 0 loom cotUie All btairy outbuilding and a goal fcinltn Abvul S tulle from Stanford TbU It a cneap paN Irlcv JtiuOmb No fum of 100 acrci about mlle from rnUundwelling god a large hUll Thla propfrly Iun a iplendld pike clues to KboI etc frit I per acre cuunyCy35butltgyeraago Item liod wter the latter 8 month of sue year It I powerI todato roller mill with burr for corn and meal bolt The engine la of 7 yen run acres with the mill Including what It with tbe boas of 5 room All for Z8750 or JJ 500 for tbe mill and 14 acres One past cub hag tine trade No mill In 10 wile No lOacmofland Iwottory Iront toti g 7 room balls tic lluue Is new a goud and lendld orchard of on and one lull fencing good twj atalilet buggy hon llUdcaI boturcic A g od well uu phew Tbrre good mill on tin puce loud cruther In u run by natural nowvr whirl It great iTuuomT iropsrtyfadtuted4oouolthe tbe county atiout rnilr Irum Iud mere U dugs t a ready sale lur the Hour gut moral aa won aground We alhselibis place fur Si h u a bargain builulnntalonecouM nut be Intl up fur ml uionv- yNoSf farm of 212 acre A bio Jioui tuo era 2wrs brick rfiiltnc nicely luinl bed and up to due In merry particular More ruom 7Iot tn ulceil plcea in Jncoln cuunty Largi barn the place well watered and palm well nut a bill on U Th raltunir about 20 aim In cnhlratl n and rat in grti n nliuf fruit irrulc Ibis la an Idtaluoma aid a tpiendld arm 1rice rig enable Iou ltdA farm of 800 acres oae and onebilf pitTwoball etc Klne youagorcnard botrlngail kludtol He Al- lbulllilngandfrucesaInpodreDalr TOil frin Itiltuatel in tbe beat section of county acd It an Meal home Uplendld Ice bout urn crud nil other necvnury outbuildings ofRowtgndin woodland Tbe place It well fenced and water ed water woika well and cittern story frame building 5 room ball veranda back porch turn tner klicbtn and good ollar Mood burn and all utbtr btccuary outbuilding Including ulb rrabery etc Alt In good repair Suit rigs Lrder all wire let ce Tis h a btsmlrul place a dttlrable home clog to town and win Mil cheap Ino oa easy wrat No L7About acres of land I mile Irom Crab Urcbark on Lancuter pike A good dwell lag wilt all neceatary tulblldlnga Place is right on ilke Tbtttiagood home and a puree The owner uftbmproperyllteaatliende- ronKymblbaawale up his mind to sell this place tcarrlng mineral water rlnbu on place It can be bought at a bargain eo us lor a price No 7C60 acres of land oar Junction Cllycutln graselee a bora In Kentucky Party sold aKX ixjundt nl goodLloaeroom frame dwelling good barn crllelc all In good repair Price I3X9U No 6 Twostory frame dwelling of six rooms two balls veranda o well at door and all otuer neceatary outbuildings Also large blacksmith shop 0x30 sod tbedi un length of shop and 10 fret wide Tbls property will be sold at a very low price No 1I3A farm el aft urea tltuale l abouU7 miles from Btanfoid god 3 mllei from Crab Orcha oa the waters of Cedar Cr ek Toe la cut n about fields and can be divIded About 230 area la In cultlrallon timber tultlclent to ke up place One and one ha11 frame dwelling ol u ruomt halo porches etc Two gull Ice house urns grantri corn etc Place la well water ed two good cisterns at tbe door running strum through fanu All buildings In good shape except one bra fencing fair Price fUloer acre eatr erabOrebardconahtlagd6andtbotberol springs tic The buildings are now and tbe fencing Iionllnsry Toro good gardens and bre epaatlyTImdlocaledJune cost 1400 j We will tell Ibis place forwo 2 Citystorylncludlbgsdng53craIngruland2 lumapphgetcLsplendidone to aualIocllMcKlooton pike No U box stallabed ca- Yi twJi 4 aa tide and drie way in renter 2 other barns and I tenant bounn nrootu bikk residence and klicbeti and all other ueoitiary out buildings DullelugmudfenelbgIn remit place well watered diem n at nab aoueetundeprinal cc About llUacrnlu gram and the tat In cut tlrat Ion ilce9000W- No IM1W acre larks about mite this tide of IIblb II rooui cottage t lorchts No1 good cellar under the kitchen Uood barn of aullscrlbeto Vutldlng are In good repair aoM the fencing are BioJ r U Two tptlDgs anti coo pond on place About 43 aria lu timothy and clever rvtt lu woiUlaud Price 11 90000 No tMAZO acre tarn lying on tits Her IItlr Crab Urcbaid AUiui 7u acre in cultivation aDd Uacrralu pasture rat In good timber About 73 bearing lull tutln the place t story 6 room dwelling ittdln lyaiabie mod cll 0 a good tenant hour buildings are In TCt good but theltncct are not The pi N watered ii0nverfdlagsprings Tide is aguns sunk larni and U otttred at a Ia leis uniy thaw No 194110 acre farm near HutlenYllle luau dwelling acd barn a portion of thli phi could be Slid for town hose It Is watetm aid the fencing and kulMlnji ate in good roDdltl n Thlilsoueof the l lunoi In th county Tb Mil Is rich and will produce lump etc Price 12000311o4Twostor tram dwelling room ball and veranda loud girritn and house lu goo1 repair For sal nr rot Pricereaaualle No U aud five eenr of land In McKlu iT Nrlarj ulbulldtnica Ktnclug guo4 and well Will sell this rtou rah terms No 7327 acres of good land dm rooms two story d elllog well watered guod It uclu It It tbe suburb ol the city ol Stanford dOte to Iradrd school and c ur bea Till It a dn treble bums Trite msonabl No 37 4 room tame roltige sod one acre e land In Alpp ride Largo bra smoke hours At All bulidlngt and fencing lu good rrpali Price I no No vl7 acre olllDd cottage of roams- goad hall and rotrhrt Jood lam and ether uecscary oullolIDCI Fcocmg and bullllloCllo well watered a lpl rnllj veil M hoiueTetc LanJitalUetelardprjdueeewil de town111c3440 Wajnuburg eteilen about ntlam 2 sift atlon- elosew ot um corns ehurebes etc lath Httwe n 2uatJ roads true hillier ttoute by place rOMr room leg haute a tpJetHllil Illra tea toting and bas two good ahe a la wat red wim neverfalling iprUitt ant a run re brjnii brOllb lh pt good fen- cingabdoul6ntlJags Irlce It Trrateity r02u3 ICTe rarll1lIull on the Vajnit burs and ML Vernon road abvil 1 mites att of has ad roontcuttageetc Toll rlilwBl and ht placehelopgustoneu stir llv Hire large atom room and dwelllrg above conilUnz ol itvend nicely furnlthed room tutu ant lot ard all nrnuary oiilbulidlngt rbllplOl1I11 la goal repair tltiisle1 Mla strict in la lb rtloo ol town 7h property will e sold ota Iwrgila aod It a rlodIIIIrlunll to some one tlrslrtnf lo KnlnliutlKtv r store anti dwelllvg Uln coiuUlnrd a great caving in rent elc Ko U MX acre ul land near Crab Orchard cheap Ko li One vacant lot In Junction lay at SnulliMit r mar of and Irofiou streets fronting trtt ou Oiofton slrrrt aid running iSjtillion Loess strut reel Pr1M crib Nu M hosueaudlotoaingsnstrrolln Sue lord oOlirsnlfnele rtytbloi la good pair Prate lluuo No r1110 airs of land 2 dwellings or rooms each urge tobsttn barn 152Iret neat to tb lest Ian la Lincoln county I small stock bun Ibis property Itjt Wtwera I rood County roods ard turnpikes All the buildings and Vnilno araln good repair lima Iell wataml- by g d springs crook elf Splendid tobacco land and vii false It Mrrelaof corn to tbe sere This liIrmaletheownefaom IA to 10 per rent on If not the pear1 Inn of land In Unroln musty If you are look legion bargain Ib18l our cbace ldceabrsp lie lodarre farm tout S mile from town lay edldlTi mufti In cullltnllon will water edtar Siaiillcotuiceof fourroout lugs tarn lrol rely well fenced etc lrlceM per acre No 42 3vm room dwelling rod cellar and acrte land Jsem fallliigwcU and prtD Kencicg aod outbntldlnn In fair condition 4sleeppate dote to town Will molt a small family No 1ITOI acre farm lot wIle 0111111 l Story sours duelling store houtr tmoke house writ house crib etc All tbe buildings and frnclog D fair condition foal urchin about Tt mlu cultlTSItoo rf H Ingodtimber Watered by a ner falling will and waters ot Kork tlCO No M A farm ot nbout log acres on one el the txet In the county A aiindiome two story frame dwelling nod ace of the large and bust barns In the county This plan It well wnttrrdnn 1eTei7lblngabuut It loiludii feoe Is la Iadld a goof communit- yrtmemschuslaudaboat20 minutes drlre trom Stanford This a very house Irlre 17301 No 130000 acres of cotton lad In MltilstlrTt There Is no srctlon of country whkh ofltrs so III- UOfrorlunllJur profitable Investment as the Missis Is now fitly desttltejas Pro ptilly Valley The timber Is becoming more valu able all the tine for tberrason that lumber people from tbe North where the supply of tlmbtc fatt Jlmlnlshlne are constantly Increasing their pur chats of Umber lands In the South when the tim ber Is removed the land It unequaled for agrkuitu ral purpose It will produce a bile of cotton to the ore or will grow any klnJ of crop ralstj In the tone The soil nreJs no fertllliers an4 gives ayleIJwhkhcannolIi excelled laseaarelow lb title Is perfect lbs rein who buys Delta farm and timber lands at present pikes Is making an In vestment that he will never regret This land Is di vided Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract lo 17000 acrts to the tract anJ prices from 2I per acre JI6 per acre according to location etc ar authorized by the company who owns these lands to stilt that as other parties are considering the purchase of these lands that we otter IbM1 tub sal lIhotr1 loin market or change- n pike withont notice however when notified they will hold any Ifact out maikel tone enough for the purchaser to make an Investigation About uooo acres of this land has beta sold by We Com pany snce we received this option For further par Icuurs call about office Nolt 23oacrefarm 3 mile of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling 8 room two trnact houses two barna andtprlng near dwelling Farm blgbttate ol cultivation 180 acre rlttr bottom land goal fencing fruit ete Wet HaOO an att- NoslAnicefarteat Highland Kywelllmprov- edwell watered etc ru- oiiafaaura of land on Jamestown rod south ol Dunnvllle son acres In cultivation about t1 acres In Umber and rest In grass A large nw frame dwell lug also an old dwelling on place A new barn and wo old ones It Is well watered anJ the fencing Is good On public road Price laooo- Alia a barrel mill In Mercer county on Bait River Steam power now up todate In every particular ana good dwell ng with improvements 20 agree of tine and close to Southern railroad Price f9 000 No Cottage In Lancaster 77 feet root and 100 feet All necessary outbuildings except barn Everytblag Is new and In good shape Cot Page contain room hall veranda back porch and basement flute school churches etc Price 1260000 No 10T0 acre of land two story front rot age seven room haUl etc HOUM It new a good and iplendld orchard of 1JJ acre fencin- ggoodtwodableslbug truui house etc there la also a good mill oa lbe place a I od crusher la mill It m run by oat ural power which la a great economy and the dam It in good repair Will sell the property at a low figure or laatelt No 29 Frame hotel large rooms double titan du hallway Elc A large 2 story storeroom fronting street 30 foot from hotel up stairs aulta hi for de peg 2 nice cottages nicely furnished APagegarden Vacant lot feet deep All of Ibis property la In London Ky lad In tine chance for some one to make money Poprielor has refused to rent property for pel month On account of Ill health of his wits only reran for wlllag proprietor desire to nebol for farm In Lincoln county Ito 76A small farm of7S acres of good land located dose to lawn Price 12250 No SISO acre of land one mile from Somerset Krculln seven Odds Forty aegis In cultiva Lion 40 acre In pasture balance In timber Dwell Eg contains seven rooms Lane barn and all nee a aary outbuildings Fence and bulldlngilniplen Id repair Well watered 2800 No 23ItOactO of land In Ford county Ku ilx mllrs from railroad and mile Arkansas river Seventy acres of land It river bottom I- IIIntelIod and In grata Thli land i for sale or exchange 82S acres In Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about 50 acres cultivated about 125 la timber and grass and about 150 In grass Timber on place Ii cut to II Inches butt will make timber aiming le8 tea and cord wood enough to pay f9r the place twice over A large part is tone ed There are four dwellings of room each and one store ot twostorle with room above baa well and springs of water II In 2 mile of county steal and grow tobacco etc for 12200 Onehalf cabIIrMw- = Dry Feet rThere is no part of ones dress so neces sary to be well cared for and looked after as the sue icE Swe wear It is a great temptation these days of high priced leather for the manufacturer to take a little from the quality and the con sumer never be able to detect it until he has worn it We have be- enExceedingly Cautious T in this matter and I doubt if there is another stock of Shoes in this section as free from COMPOSITION insoles and counters and cutoff vamps and tips as ours We BELIEVE CANDIDLY that The Walk Over and Manss for fine shoes 350 to 5 and the J T Wood heavy goods like Honest Mike Level Best c are built today of better sole leather better upper leather than any goods on the market today Try them and compare them with any goods at samet TWei f t rrIui 1 H J McROBERTSi STANFORD KENTUCKY ww wwesearwW 1AArm ai i No Better Cough Remedy is Made than Our Compound Syrup White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky GREAT BARGAINS IN HOLIDAY GOODS I i CALL NOW W B McRobertsPEIISONAL supcrvioion given to all Prescriptions compounded NOTICE I Htretcltrlfforo111calntiinOurnlnl u coo order of nwut lnrtcheravllle Ky lunknowntrllLhfulWhuLchine run to relied on K O WALTON Poultry And Eggs Wanted TurkeypAlso rahblU Will bo found comtantly Mt tIIy onteo on lancnrterNt J IS11uck loco manger 1111 Northcott rwt Ii DRUGGISTI For Sale PrivatelyI Iwtuwwllsglister sculea A Marrow l now church organ UMotead inattresi rlng wunh I etiiml 1III tell chI 11f aold nt once t I JHAY HtnnforU Ky 3500 Range An elegant itvelliouml range 0 cap nil veiiinlN no with It with each II purchase for nishonly I will give u ticket to pitch pur chaser of Merchandise nt my toro Homo one will get this elegant range Come mid sea It Just received n nlco line of Hnm burg Kdglng Oallcoei Ac 1hono 29 Oiun berland a II HAU1US Crab Orchard ICy it- w ttf Cottons VQ made same furtiinnto purchases lI CntlonH mid nro selling Mine brands at what thoy now cost at tho mill Buy early to ccuro at low prices LONG CLOTH Wo carried n limited quantity of Long Cloth from last season and arc uttering lick of 12 yards for S 1111 worth 8150 bolt of 12 yards for 8100 Worth 81 0- 0Q LINEN SHEETINGS This U tho time to luiynnd work up your linens Special 90inch Linen ShcciJng nt 8Jc 8100 and 8160 NEW LACES SON I BTANKOHD KYJAN 22 1007 r sUI1P1yornys Drug Store PERSONALS I T f Wrjl MiW ISA TucK vWUnc at Cor LiTTiiE JAMBS MBBBKII Jn Is con vacnu Mil M S lUtwiiMAN was In LexinR ton Friday Mu S E OWSLEV of Hazel Patch wag hero last week DHUA MBAimit of Somerset with tho Mlases Lutes nON J M ALVfmSON was In Frank fort Saturday on business Miss PATSY PiiEWITT of Loxln ton Is with Misn Tcvls Carpenter JOK HAnDltf of Louisville spent several days with his family hero bins ANNIB HOLTZCLAW who has been very ill Is somewhat ImprovedI ArronNBV SAN Co don was hero on legal business yesterday MRs J HOOK UussKtx of Rich mood was the guest of Mrs W M t BrIght MlBSBS MAUdAnBT AND JOAN MOUNT T Carpenter of Lancaster arc guests of Mina Tevis MnesiiB A N SuniiEit and son De 1hoe of Pulnskl attended tho horse I last week Miss MARY McRonKivrs left Saturday for a visit to friends In Lexington Paris and Winchester MISSES MAKY Hicows and Maggie Hopper will enter the College of Music at Cincinnati this week Miss LINDA MIUBR left Sunday for Knoxville to take a position as teacher In tho School for the Deaf Miss Sue TAYLOR ENGLEMAN will leave Thursday for Cincinnati whero she will enter tho College of Music PROP AND MM W C GniNSTEAD of Dimvllle spent Saturday and Sunday with Prof and Mrs J W Ireland Mn J T CoNN of Ada I T Is en titled to the blue tic It A letter from him received Friday contained money for his paper to May 1010 Miss KATIIEUINB WABRBN has gono to Somerset to take a position on the new paper to be started thero by Liii M wrs Cecil Willtama and Woodson MoyHv Joscru SBVEIIANCB tho prison J chaplain has returned from Harrods burg where ho attended the Y M C A banquet us toastmastcr Frankfort Journal Die TYLKU is spending n month with his homofolks in Henry county and Mr P W Whipp of Liberty is holding down his place In tho Stanford Drug Cos Store MR C C GOOCII of Wayncsburg took the train hero yesterday for Louis Ho is sufville to consult a specialist ferfng from n cataract over ono of his eyes Dr W U OUannon of this place accompanied him MISSES MARY CHESTNUT and Sara and tee Herring of Marksbury have been visiting Misses Pearl and Hannah Aldridge Messrs Robert Rout and Tom Chestnut of Marksbury were al so guests of the Misses Aldridgo REV GIUJERT GLASS of Covington Is here for a visit to his parents Dr and Mrs Harvey Glass Messrs M F Elkln of Lexington and A C Sine here Friday in the of Stanford were interest of the Maccabees Somerset Republican LOCALS J C Mc FOR RENT Nice cottage ClarylHEMP land for rent Miss Nancy VanDoveer LOCUST posts for sale D C Sipple McKinney Ky of that good molasses at 0Singletons store NEW In stamping Mrs K P Miller Stanford SEE Mrs Kato P Miller before hav Ing your stamping done l MY harness for the spring trade is In Come look at It J C McClary Saturday and the IT stopped raining Winter weather has been more like r since Bible between Mr LOST sort back residence and my George D Wearona homo This office SEVERAL cone pulleys for sale at this office FOR SALE Tho house I now live In F C Walton Stanford Roth roosterscheap for the next 10 days C C Withers D J SMITH the Gilberts Creek merchant will hold a great auction salo Saturday week 2Gth See advertisement J R EOMIBTON Crab Orchard has extended his sale of store accounts for a short time by request of several cus- tomersPUNTgRA good job printer who can feed a rapid cylinder press can cot a steady job at this once by Immediate application MRS UBTSY CUMMINS aged 81 die at tho K orhouso Friday She was the stepmother of MrW II Cum- mins of PreachcVsvillo MR J A ALLEN tho carpenter am builder furnished Mr S 11 Martin of MU Vernon the lumber etc for a handsomo homo ho will build thero MRS URACKBTT 1110 aged wife of Mr John Hrnckctt died last week nf tcr an illness of dropsy of several months Tho burial occurred near Hales Well TUB Good Samaritan at Waltons Opera House Thursday night Jan 21 under auspices of Stanford Lodge No 150 I O 0 F Reserved seats on sale at McRobcrts Drug Store STANNORD haa only two saloons now Dan Trnylors license having expired Friday Both Mr Tray lor and the city council were of the Impression that his license ran until Saturday and the mistake was not found out until 2 oclock that day when the doors were prompt ly closed Tho license was Issuedon Jan 19 1000 and It was thought they were good until Jan 10 1907 which would have been n year and a day IWmu passenger train No 22 was standing at tho Crab Orchard depot Sunday Mr Robert L Collier n prom inent lumber man of tho East End no ticed that an archbar of the engines rear tender was broken Ho informed the engineer and another engine was sent out from Corbin to pull the train In 1884 Mr Collier discovered Ii broken rail on the track a few miles south of Crab Orchard and in all probability ayerred n serious accident The L N should pension Mr Collier for his timely discoveries- SOMERSETThe I J man attended county court at Somerset yesterday and saw the soberest crowd ho has seen tho 20odd years ho has been going that good town There was no indica tion nor odor of red liquor Tho mer chants and others are plcastd with the business conditions many claiming that trade has materially increased Almost every place whore whisky was sold is now used for other lines It is goner ally believed that the courts will ndt interfere with the present status of the whisky business The street car line is a popular enterpriso and the people are thankful to lIon W Godfrey Hunter for putting the lino In operation It is most liberally patronized A number of improvements are being made in Somerset and the population of the hust ling little cltyis growing rapidly TilE GOOD SAMARITAN Under tho auspices of Stanford Lodge ICG I 0 0 F at Waltons Opera House Thursday night Jan 21 Cast ot characters Tho Good Samaritan Dr T W Pen nington Jarlua A Ruler in Jcsusalcm Mr Hnrtwell Linncy DemotriusA Prince also Chief of Robbers Mr Han loy Bohon Inn Keeper Mr Ed Wilker lIon Rebellious Robber Mr John Wo ner Priest Mr S D Keener Levite Mr J C McClary Inn Keepers Son Mr J R Nowlnnd Tnlitha Daughter of Jarius Miss Minnie Sine Esther First Lady in Waiting Miss Josephine Brady Ladies of tho Court Misses Mattie McClary Mary E McKinney Grace Brady Emma Hays Lorraine Campbell Lucv Leo Walton Etta Mueller Lottie Carson Kate Newland Lylcs Cooper Katie Raney Marguerite Bibb Soldiers Messrs George Hop per Claude Bibb Robert Fenzel J F Englcman John Woner J R New land S D Keener Robert Burdett Robbers Messrs Hanley Bohon S D Kcsner Robert Burdett Miss Mario Mnhony pianist Reserved seats on sale at McRoberta Drug Store Its a Fair Question tares to ask why we do not ask tho advance on Cottons or hold them for higher prices as wo bought them before the advance Tho reasons arc these let Wo are not peculators We are in the dry goods bushices 2nd Wo would rather be bucy than idle even if not quite as profitable nt present 3rd Wo have always made it n rule to elmro our advantagesewilhollr beet friends our customers Tileso arc a few of the reasons wo lire busy all the time REDUCED rates on lap robes E T i Pence MYERS barndoor hangers the best At Singletons store LOST small black pocket hook or purse between homo of Messrs Gco D Wearen and J W Alcorn Con tamed small amount of money Liberal reward This office HOUSES Fon REN rIdesire to rent nceIon are acres of land in tho lot nnd the home Is a very desirable one Also the brick cottage on Somerset pike now occupied by George T Wood IL Holm Stan sord Ky CASH No DlscouNrIt is with pleasure that we accept draft for 1000 delivered by Jesse D Woarcn the insurance man Stanford Ky for his portion of our loss of Dec 20 lost on merchandise For prompt and liberal toICo of America represented by Jesse D Wearen Stanford Ky Settlement cash no discount The Reynolds Co Wnynesburg Ky Jan 7 1907 iMR GEO B SAUFLEY who is just allUIcase of C V Gentry vs J F Peyton et al and when he had concluded was warmly congratulated by the large number of eminent lawyers who had listened with keen Interest to his very able presentation of his cause One of tho most eminent lawyers of Louisville remarked when ho hadconcluded Theres nothing more to be said iron that side of the case Ho has covered it allFrankfort Journal +EDITOR CAM rnELI of the Somerset Journalwho is uptodate in everything and a little ahead in style says tThe wearing of car rings in late years regarded as a relic of barbaric days has suddenly become tho rage The women of fashion BrO only too eager to bring forth those gems so long unused and tisplay in their ears the lovely affairs for ear rings are beautiful and always were There arc many splendid designs dainty ones and some very elaborate styles The diamond drop Is the best style and fits closely to the earGEN LEES IOODTH BiRTHDAYIn response to an invitation from the local chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy Rev A S Moffett pas tor of the Presbyterian church at Leb anon came up Saturday and delivered a beautiful address on the life and character of Gen Robert E Lee the great OpIanInlversarygave a finishing touch to the stage The exer byITribble and Rico Rev L M Omer offered a touching prayer after which the chairman Judge J W Alcorn presented Judge Saufley who at the re- questor the U D C paid a fitting tribute to the Lost Cause and Its cham pions and then read Gen Lees last order to his tattered band of soldiers Judge Alcorn then introduced Roy Moifctt who was himself a gallant Confederate soldier and for an hour the audience listened with rapt attention to his eloquent portrayal of Gen Leos moral character lie was the loftiest type of Christian manhood ani the greatest military genius of all the earths great men said the speaker and in a captivating manner related many incidents showing the tenderness lor heart of the great captain as well as the sacrifices he made for the men who followed his flag Mr Moffett spoke of the Numerous flattering offers made to Gen Leo after the bloody days were over all of whlcn he steadfastly refus ed prcfcring to end his days in his native land among a people who were true to him and who in tho hour of adversity he would not desert The speakers closing remarks were exceedingly touching nnd brought back to those who lived through the strife of moro than 40 years ago the consciousness of numerable hardships which the com mander of the Confederate army endured In fine Rev Moffetts address was all that could have been desired and will tend to ever keep fresh and green memories of theImmortal Lee and his band of Southern men Gooo letter press for side at your own price This cube MT VERNON wants a Commercialj Club She can get the ono greatly reduced rate Toe members of the fiscal court will not forgot that they were adjourned meet the second day in February C Warren Judge toISPRING STYLES Several of mens shoes have already Queen Quality shoos and for women will be here this week See them Cummins McClary Tile railroad bridge over Dix river was washed out of position Friday and the Kentucky Central trains are j transferring there until the workmen can get it in a safe condition I AM just in receipt of check of Great Eastern Casualty and Indemnity Com pany for 3333 represented by Gar land Singleton Stanford Ky Thanks for prompt and just settlement of claim L Wearen Hughes CIRCUIT COURTThecase of the Commonwealth against Geo A Pleas ants on a paternity charge on trial when we went to press Friday resulted In a verdict for the plaintiff the jury j giving the child of Lillie Manuel 00 a year for 1C years CRAB ORCHARD entertainment given at the Springs Hotel Saturday evening for tho benefit of the Christian church was a delightful event but on account of tho inclement weather a small crowd attended only 1355 beI- ng added to the church fund The storm Saturday night blew down sever al trees etc Dix river is far out of its banks but has done little or no dam age PARKERS HAIR DALSAM ittrwi nd tcmiitino the halt PramuM a Inturianl pooch pets Falls to lItore Bray Hair to its Youthful Color Cun mp r talllcg feu dllJUM Kninrbu Farm for Sale or Rent Ootalanti SMiiicron veer Tllrlllrnlllel for auto or nnt Nice II ncctvHuiry In goof npnlr TTIIIH prlviit AddreaJIIIOVIIIJor- hi K or on U K Howur oil tlio place FARM FOR SALE I wl h In ell prlvntvly lilY fnrin of 13J miereatho tho Ot tiiitulm dkeayntliusfrontFran Orclmnl noel rUIhlIce or seven room Oiitbullil Iota n fairly KOixUvpnlr WIII ut fcltclim door tutu lour on the tarot Teriiw r iiKjimlik FunsIlea on belt dirt road In in county- j r iivYKHHtnnrimiKyIt iNOTICE Wo want every IIlon tint U nllllcted with rliounmtUiii kidney troulilo or any d rms nrlnliiK truth Imuuru blood to try lirkngeofouratuudpnt remedy llvmeni tR r we If tll ln iiccord tni to direction or your will le re funded Koch paikaise contains ill dooes will n lrfrf ILtO Ior- Inl by It IYIIIIuatslgeutMcKlnueyK3T Auction I Auction I nrent Clearance Halo I On SYTUIllUY JAN 2e 1W7 wJlUellnt auction n Clenerul Lute of conslfttliiR of nucli thtiiKstlmt do not suit to curry over Huull ua Melt ntl ulll white Clolhln OercQnlz1lIIlIe nnttUeutaind- urwear hhoes nod Felt IJooti Overshoe IadleV Ituliuer Mens mind Hoys huh mind other thing too mnmroiutoiiHntloiu Thlawill bo n grout opitortiinlty fur you to nCiiro bargains mind get gcwds nt your own price lulu will ho gin nt f AMI J tOI1TfI filberts Creek Ky PUBLIC RENTING I will rent to the highest nnd heat bidder publicly on HATUIUAYKBII 2 time 60hrlsuuut tuna of iicres lying ono mlltt imat of Morelnml Htatlou lor tho The improvementsnre hull dratter nlorcit big bam class Hlxtec nerca to In corn the bal ance ls now In Clover Timothy tint Jiluo Urllu Thomeetlni will tnke place lit Hunn A ColTey loro In Morelnml lit 2 Enlvllgttfcntty Kxor A U YJTVE ORE Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Iuln Killer Oerni Destroyer Disease Han latter Ulood Vltallter Health unit Htrength Hestorer N H Bogie Mnrksbury Kentucky denerul Agent Batiste For Shirt Waists very desirable for shadow embroidery It 40 inches wide and costs 35 and JOeIMERCERIZED MULL Especially suitable for dainty Embroideried Shirt Waists 46 jnchee and costs 35 and 40c SAFER LINENS prettieritithNEW EMBROIDERIES SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY 3F hFtF4Mh 3 irFIF41 iFtdt t4v I + 111 l44IIII Your Good LUCK that Cold Weather and Reduced Prices on Winter Merchandisereach I ed usa the same time This is ourtfirst Real Winter Weather andthe t t Great Slaughter Sale fis on We have greatly reduced 1prices on Outing Cloths Flannelettes i FleeceDowns Knit Shawls Woolen Skirts Ladies and Childrens Underwear Dress Goods Corsets Fleeced and Woolen Hosiery Shoes Over shoes EtcrCome and let us show you We can do that better than we can tell you New line of 5 and lOc ware L Ail HUEYCODry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY i u Pioneer Wire Fence hewSquare mesh nUll the Best Wire Fence Model For sale by E T Pence Jr Stanford Ky Dealer in Farming Implements Buggies Surreys Etc ZITooth Powder Purest and Best We Recommend It Inported Direct from Japan PRICE 25c STANFORD DRUG CO Let This Office Print Your Stationery i t The Interior Journal JTAteredin at Stanford a- pyeed tlast mattnoIF1U1MV3TOBUHUBO JTIsloo PER YEAR CASH When apt to paid S200 will be charged TURKEYS I r Xammoth Drome bred- arpn rllo wlnnlllg penstoms sa to SII VIIron sr Call on or WbltbvYatr View Poultry turm Preacher NEW LIVERY STABLE 101EI ft OLABKSON Fren JUNCTION CITY KY yteiVOlaii Turnout at Reaonable Rates Attention to Trayellng Men Oraln and Hay For Bate For Sale Privately house and110 acres of land ttuated at outalde of town limIts on the Bomenet- 1te house has rooms kItchen and ler room good cellar liable and all- Jlettltar10utbulldlogl Water hydrant In alt yard one J P BAILEY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owslcy Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately laying determined to quit farming I will tell privately iny farm of 213 ncres near Xorelnndon C iron Iustonvllloatwell JftftBYllle miles Mtnated on pike Crop consists of corn hay and aadcattoCt lennele horses fereod mares win sell lit n bargain It I tlmt a tvptr In the next 90 or 40 days nlI KINO Morelnnd Ky INSURANCEhr lsatdent None SB8T Represented Lowest Pos sible Kates Guaranteed Paying nee rtJCnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 83 BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY ipcclil attention to Commercial Men Your U solicited horse handled on commission heck Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale 3 wish to sell privately my faun of 17- 0sanl6 miles West of Lancaster on the Lexs Ofton pike It Is well Improved and Iiu at sy of water nnd timber fenced sad In good repair Alto an unimproved faun of 1M acres firloc midway between Lancaster and I ex ftoa Good outlet each way Willi- IuIOed Termsrensonuble TIHKHUINO rarksbury Ky liVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU WAY readymade clothing when there ysolttledlaerenculn the price of ready- made suite and n suit made to your measure taken l y nil oxporltiiicid tailor have a handsome line of Winter goods 8JI make from n low business suit to Urtni8tdrej null A loOyereontTro- nmast Fancy Wits The company 1 rep MKt l second to non JOItUILJYTheTllllor8101lford s ceary 1J lertaker Embalmer and t w Dialer in HarneeaSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY CfSce Phone 167 Homo Phone SS JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm vi Also Dealers in Fur akure MattiugaRugs THey exchange Furniture for aft Kinds of Stock Give Stan a Call Prices Ilight MANFORD KENTUCKY 1I Jt y wsw 4 it i + t j it FARMERS DEPARTMENT Deboe Surber sold to J C Euban ia brown mare for 225 Iacres of hemp land for rent Mrs Carpenter Huatonville J C SILVERSI of lunskl county sold to Granville Norton a pair of mules for 390- Twenty Rood threeyearold mules for sale Will sell in pairs B G Fox Danville Senator R L Hubble bought elgl jacks and jennets at Wartrace Tenn at good figures- Pair mules five years old this Spring 161 hands high for sale Hugh Thomp- Son Chilton Ky The number of horses in Kentucky according to the Department of Agri culture is 359411 Pair red sorrel mules three years old this Spring for sale Powell Depp Hustonville Ky Josh Jones sold to Gentry Kenney of Danville 2500 baTes of hay at 16 per ton in the barn or 17 on the cars B T Goggin of Pulaski bought th twoyearold jack of E P Woods for 56250 He sold in the Combination SaleEquity Warehouse Company of Bur gin with 10000 capital stock has beer incorporated John Burgin William Spillman and 0 S Williams of Bur ginIESTRAYA two year weighing about 700 pounds came to my place two months ago Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep Clel Reynolds near Shelby City Shelbyville was dccicdcd upon as the place and February 26 27 and 28 the time for the holding ofthis years State Farmers Institute by the State Board of Agriculture Forestry and Immigra tionDark tobacco growers won a big victory in Springfield Tenn when Judge Stout granted an injunction restraining the Tobacco Trust from receiving tobacco purchased from a member of the associationRules the government of the new Burley Tobacco Growers Society are being formulated at Winchester and arrangements have been made to fur nish money in advance to growers who need it if they deliver their crops Calvin C Carpenter of Hustonville who sold his fine saddle stallion Pros pect by Dignity Dare to a Zion City party for 1000 a year or so ago bought him back for 1500 Mr Carpenter saw that he let the animal go too cheap and he corrected his mistake as soon as possible Mr Carpenter will get Prospect up in shape and after working him a while will sell him Bj the way Mr Carpenters Dare Al topped the market in the Dunn Beaz ley Combination Sale last week Hi was widrawn at 1230 A team belonging to Mr Carpenter and his brother D S Carpenter were with drawn at 1000 They have an otter of 1500 for them later in the year All are by DignltyDare Ben Hills Tribute No one has or can better describe the character of Lee than was done when the late Ben Hill of Georgia used this language When the future historian shall come to survey the character of Lee he will find it rising like a huge mountain above the undulating plane of humanity and he must lift his eyes high toward heaven to catch its sum mit He possessed every virtue of other great commanders without their vices He Was a foe without hate and a friend without treachery a soldier without cruelty a victor without oppression and a victim without mur- murIng He was a public officer without vices a private citizen without wrong and a neighbor without reproach R Christian without hypocrisy How to Cure Chilblains To enjoy freedom from chilblains relies John Kemp East Otlslleld Me I apply Bucklens Arnica Salvo Have also used it for salt rheum with xcelleht results Guaranteed to cure fever sores indolent ulcers piles urns wounds frost bites and skin diseases 25oatPennys Drug StoreI In an opinion delivered by Judge Hobson the court of appeals reversed Jdgment of the Boyle Circuit Court in a damage case of the L NI gainst William Scomp and remanded Cor further proceedings The appellee ecured judgement below for 1000 for interference of a passway Cut this out andtake it to the Stan rord Drug Co and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver ablets These tablets uro far sup nor to pills being easier to take and more pleasant in effect They correct isorders of tho stomach liver and owels Seven persons dropped three stories when the elevator cable broke in the Phoenix Hotel in Lexington but no one was injured although all were jumbled together when the car stopped eLoss estimated at 60000 was caused at the plant of the Atlantic Creosoting Co at Norfolk Va when a locomo tlve spark started a spectacular fire The Union Loan Deposit Hank of ampbellsville declares an eight percent semiannual dividend r r3 How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipate Orlno Laxatlvo Fruit Srupcures chronic constipation by stlmulatii the liver Dna bowels and restores tbo natural action of the bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup docs not noa seato or gripe and Is mild and plea ant to tao Refuse substitutes Ql Penny a teSeveral buildings collapsed in Cincinnati the walls being weakened by tho flood in the Ohio river and the fire Tl e partment was unable to reach a burn ing building which was destroyed cn tailing a loss of several hundred thousand dollars The Right Name Mr August Sherpa the popular overseer oftho poor at Port Madison la says Dr Kings New Lifo Pills are rightly named they act more agreeably do moro good and make one feel bettor than any other laxative Guaranteed tocurobllloui ness and constipation 25o at Penny 8 Drug Store CHICKENS A few single comb Itliodo Island IdCockrels from n select lien for sale MlWj 111 COOK Stanford Ky HOGS KILLED I S I inn to kill lions unit will deily- ertoanyouuwlthlu one tulle of my pine nt two each HAYDKN SHANKS Itowlnml Ky Jesse W Sweeney rBorairrou Livery Foot and Sill Stable Lanoaster Ky JfMES MI PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DtAlTB Uf Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build dens Hardware Paints Oils Etc 1 manufacture concrete blocks for build ing purposes and do all kinds of eon creto work Prices on application Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wrlsli to sell my farm 534 miles tVtt o Hustonvlllv nillHfrom and Car 111 tor oflwt acre of rich blue ltatlon1cOllstAting IIIJUI un In This farm run bo equally dlvltlt ndvanbtgesoastohaven goodoutbuildingeach plucn also nrceunry The farm Inys almost In a Iullrstoekiaruangle In llnvs There are three goal tobacco horn S stables I tenant hons glad water every Odd Illx Inntlui springs with 8 streams running tlirougl whole track J HTKKIK OAItrKNTKll JIilstonvllIeKy PUBLIC SALE I I will noil at public unction two inllei froth Crab Orchard mi the IjincastvrAirati Orchard pike tJgllllllllllllt lUoclock- TUKMDAY JAN M IM the Milk Cow three fat 110g1Uultlvator Disc Jlnrrow No iDOIIvirTnruliiK 1low two gal work llorw I1aubleMlavelalineI UrulililiiK Hoe liush and llrlcr scythe I laud set of WuRon Harness coinpletc lwotente Surrey with polo and shafts t Bal Uooni Seta IIoItol1l OhIlIN one act of lliirn1 hoeing Tool i small set of Oarprntur TOOslIIIIIIIOtt of one Hand Kuwl Huuure Ilaiie l Hraco and lilts t DlnliiK loom Tuttle hlsliit Knives and Korku Thaw IntIgOOcI I Invited forms Onh II I HMITH Crab Orchard Ky HERIFFS SALE a For State and County Taxes By virtue of Tux Warrants which totted from Clerks OHice of the Lin coIn County Court Ior one of my eputies will on Alouday February 11 1907 between the hours of 9 A f and 4 p M at tire courthouse door in the city of Stanford Lincoln ounty Ksell fur cash in hand to pay the State nnd county taxes for 900 the following described proper tror so much thereof us may be nee sary to pay said taxes with nil pen Ities costs atilt interestT lULl SIicriHof Lincoln County Ky 8TAXTOKI1 DISTHIOT VIIITK Barnett W C town lot Row lunil 84 75- azlctt Win 23 ncres land 4 00 cEroy T i100 acres land 8 90 Xuilor Janice town lot 4 50 Thompson Mm Bessie V rJ acres land 2 Go- ifnrrcu Miss Mary town lot 7 20 STANFORD IHSTltlCT COLOUKI reckinridge Abe lira 1 acre land 2 HO Evani Dick estate 37 acres land 4 40 Rout Dick estate 3 acres loud 2 20 Itout Sam town lot 4 30 Smith Ilobt N U 1 aeroland 2 GO CI1A1101ICIIAln 1IISTIUCTWlIITII Adams Smith land 3 05 Brown Mnry N U 29 acres 1111111KI QO Ilngganl lire 80 acres lund 3 10 Obis Colo 11 acres land C 8 Delaney Mrs Knto 50 ncres e land 2 Kaiuiusky Mrs Knrolino 80 acres loud 3 Krigcr Fred N 11 24 acres 851LeisureLewis 01 N H 100 acres land 411 Lynch J F 26 acres laud 4 3i Noaks Janice N It 10 acres 2 Of Nonks James 10 acres laud 4 55 Rogers John 25 acres luud 41 O Roso Gcorge N It 69 acres had 8 lit Smith Mrs Amanda 130 acres land 3 4C Weaver B M lire 50 acres land 2 Gl nAil OltCllAltl DISTRICTCOLOIIED- Cruise Emma 22 acres laud 2 30 Curtis Sam acres laud 4 40 Hays Cal 15 acres land 4 00 Higgins Amanda lira 2 acres laud 2 GO Lackey Ike G acres land 4 20 Lackey Keb 27 acres land 310 Perkins Rolt house nail lot 4 50 Smith IIInllllWAYNtMBlHKJ DldTlllCT W1IITK Adams 11 C 131 acres land 5 25 Akcr J W 12 acres land 4 00 UalUngor F N R 17 ncres land 3 00 Ba tin S B 155 acres land 0 US laugh Silns A 32 acres land 4 40 Bunt M S N R 100 acres land 4 15 Bcvcily L R N R 50 acres land 3 35 Bird Joseph 50 arms land 5 25 Cope J W N It G acres laud 2 50 Craving W It N It 160 acres land 3 75 Daugherty J A N It 116 acres Innd 5 70 Mint Sum town lot 4 30 Guocli Mrs Matilda 32 acres lund 2 90 Goodbody Joe N R 30 acres laud 3 10 Gover J S N R 67 acres land 4 1C Hail Jefferson 28 acres land 4 30 Hilton Mrs George X R 1 lot tI 10 Johnson It G N It 40 acres land a 55 Kessup Fred N R 10 acres land 2 85I areas James N It GO acre laud 3 10 stave G L Sr N It 10 acres laud 3 10 each Mrs Mntttu 25 ucrua lund 2 00 titchic Kdwurd N II 350 acres laud 10 Moore David 15 acres land 40 Moore I C N It 121 acres land 4 GO Torgun Mrs M J 40 acres land 3 30 organ Win 100 acres laud 5 25 lulling Mrs Mollio 1 aero land 2 30 nrkhill Dr 12 acres land t 4 00- erry1 W 150 acres lund 12 15 itniun Mrs Laura 37 acres land 3 10 iiins M lire 25 acres laud 2 40 iims Martha K 79 acres land 3 35 iifigletou Mra Elizabeth 65 acres land 3 10 Smith Mrs Amanda 50 acres laud 3 10 iuddeth A C lira 50 acres 2 55 WAYNIMIIUIMI TJtlOrcoromu outs Harry 45 acres land 5 20 hvsley WashingtonSO acres 3 10 HlMTONVirU DIHTItlCT WIIITK skins Mrs Prances 1 acre laud7 30 iartcr Mrs Nan 3 acres laud 2 80 Id wards Kd 12 ucrcw land 8 i- 1ll1rp W II 180 acres lend Ii 10 iceper G S 18 acres land 5 20 venue Win 200 ncres luud 4 15- Walls John 22 acres land 3 10 l arris Joo E N It 22 acres lunch 8 25 Williams Henry N It town lot 3 10 npier J R lire 83 ncroi land 32 20 HlWrONVILLK W8TIHCT COLOHKf IJrowu EJ 1 acre laud 4 10 DrowlI John 1 aero land 4 00 Gooch Can 4 acres land 5 10 Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs r r fly f FL Crab rchardt skinsOliver j WeH HIGGINS t Stanford Kentucky t 1 1 z IiAll Kinds all prices anyde- pthROOFING All kinds all prices S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Timer and Plumber t ATTENTION I t For Staple and Fancy GroceriesHard ware Queensware Glassware Tin ware Wire Fence Etc Come to See f Me Our Motto Quick Sales and Qa Small Profits GEORGE H FARRIS N J Nice Home for Rent I Iiluilru lu rent for the year IW7 my pluro of 7 acres of ground one mllo from HUin fore lIlIlllnlIllI Street It contiilui two story rchlUunco or Ilvu rooini two liiillncU turn collnr turvnntt room sine ulloutbulUI lliui lot oii loii Klvtlt liiiinudlntuly Ap IllIcnllt will pKiiiv apply to J It 1iixtun JOHN lillloil- TJRPOITEDS trlellyrorllllpnniliiK on our plucvn and will prosecuto vl uliitors to tho full extent of thu low Fred VoiiOruonluan Uolcliunlwith llroti VunlruuulgunMnvlK ItvluliiiilNtcli Josupn Ilnllou AU llunii M J II rill Mr MlliiyUfnV lcliM II Klniorv Duvld Htujiliciis Mar Iloiriiuinn I I NUllllell J llau hniiin rllOllterJUllllhSin IJ Anlilock CUlover MlVnaiftonWPeter Milliner J U taiiltmlidli UuuulivrtyJKllruco HprattJJW Peak UK Martin lliwliiiyMAlex Cooper Mrs Mary Puhples Mrs Walter Warren MM Mnttle R ultra HpoonamorePM V 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