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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r rs i t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL1VOL xxxiv STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1 1907 NO 911 MIDDLEBURG The recent high water damaged J K CoiTcys mill hero and operations have ceasedA dance at the house of Frank Wllhoit Friday night resulted in u row In which a pistol came near playing n very Importnnt part A protracted meeting at the Metho dist church has been in progress since Monday week Rev Plckctt of Wil more is doing the preaching Mrs Laura Lee presided nt the organ at the Baptist church Sunday in the ab sence of the regular organist Mrs Leo teaches a class in the Baptist Sun day school and is much loved by her pu puts She seems to be ready and able to turn her hand to any and every good work Sharp 8 Coffey the cross tie kings seem to be the only people doing any thing hero They are receiving tics at a number of points in the county and along the railroad Their every avail able space at Yosemite is covered with ties nnd it is with difllculty that they obtain ground upon which to stack themMack Foglo went to Georgetown Monday Attorney Preston Foglc of Indian Territory Is at the bedside of his father Mc D Foglo J It Wil son and D II Brown are in Metcalf county advertising DilTee soap P H Taylor went to Danville Monday Rob ert Lanham who lives on the Liberty pike three miles below town has been quite though Is better at present It Booms that the hand of affliction is being heavily laid upon the Rev J L Owens and family Tho writer visited lire Owens home recently and found conditions there sad and deserving of sympathy Mrs Owens is very sick nnd some consider her chances for re k covery doubtful lire Owens is brok r1 en In health and very discouraged lie has lately been called to tho pastorate of the Rocky Ford church but bas not been ablo to fill his appointments Tho writer learns that ho is greatly liked by the people of Liberty who are showing him many kindnesses In his affliction IN MEMORIAM Mrs Sarah Frances Garrison who was recently killed by a Q C freight train at Morelaml was 83 years and nine months old She was the mother of 13 children 62 grandchildren and 44 great grandchildren Tho funeral services were conducted by Rev Price T Smith at the Union church after which her body was laid to rest in Hus tonvlllo cemetery followed by a large circle of friends She was converted 48 years ago and had since been a mem bar of tho ME church South The I following members of her family were present nt the services Joe Garrison Dunnvillo Willis Garrison Pinovillc Mattie bailey Lexington GeorgIa t Uurkett Moreland Tho other mem bers of her family who were absent on the Bad occasion are James Garrison Florida Mesdames Liziio Karlon Ohio Mary Hammer Alice Kunker Mattie Shiplett of Virginia and Catherine Fletcher of London England May the distantly scattered members of this largo family all be prepared to meet the good old Christian mother in tho better world Her pastor PmcE T SMITH n Tho Grip Before wo can sympathize with othotH wo must have suffered our solves No ono can realize tho suffering attendant upon un attack o tho grip unless he has had the actual experience There is probably no disease that causes so much physical and mental agony or which so Huoccssfully defies medical aid Alt danger from tho grip however may bo avoided by tho prompt use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Among the tens of r thousands who buvu used this remedy not one case has over been reported 1 that has resulted In pneumonia or that has not recovered For sale b the Stanford Drug Co- Advertising businessiRevives dull business Rescues lost business Saves failing business Preserves all business Secures success in any and all bus iness especially advertising In tho INTERIOR JOURNAL A Jamaican Lady Speaks High ly of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mrs Michael Hart wife of tho superintendent of Cart Service at Indiclis Remedy for coughs croup und whoop Ing cough and bas found It very bon o ficial Sho has implicit confidence In It and would not be without a bottlo of It In her homo Sold by the Stan ford Drug Cot B T Lunsford Tells of his Trip to Texas DIG SPRINGS TEXAS Jun 25Ast- his is my first attempt to write for publication I feel somewhat embarrass ed but as this is my first trip West I thought I would let my many friends know of my whereabouts and what I thinkof the wild and wooly West I started from Louisville on Jan 15th bound for West Texas via St Louis and Kansas City on the U 0 nrd the It G road by Topeka Enid and Chickasaw to Fort Worth to my sons Stopped five days and enjoyed his com pany I had not seen him for 10 years I attended church on Sunday at the Broadway Baptist where Dr W W Hamilton tho great evangelist is hold ing a revival meeting lie Is a won derful man There have been 90 con ventions in two weeks and still It goes on Well Fort Worth is a wonderful city You have heard tho expression of things beating Texas but nothing can beat Fort Worth for good substantial growth You may go in any direction and see hundreds of houses going up Well on the 23rd I boarded a T P train for Hilt Springs a distance of 270 miles due west Most of tho trip was made in the night The night was clear the moon and stars giving light nnd tho weather delightful The train was crowded with home seekers sight seers and prospectors from all over the Uni ted States It would astonish one to see the great tide of emigration to West Texas We arrived at Big Springs at 2 A M and found my faith ful brotherinlaw J S Anderson with a double rig waiting to take mo to his homo a distance of three miles over tho vast prairie with here and there a house We landed at his house about 4 A Found his wife whom I had not seen for 20 years the same dear Lucy of bygonw days tier children are all grown Two of them are married and throe single They have rais ed their children with honor to themselves and their country My brother inlaw has prospered as this country has grown and ho is one of the substan tint citizens of his section What a wonderful opportunity there is In West Texas for young men with a little cap ital but as for me give me my old Kentucky home I will closo for this time for foar this will weary the patience of my old friend Ed and he will throw it in the waste basket If this should appear you may hear from me again in Oklahoma As ever a true friend of the I J nnd a loyal Kentuckian B T LUNSFORU Prof Marshs prognostications for February are- Between 1st and 3rd Rain and snow coldBetween 4th and 6thCold snow Between 7th and CthChangcable 10th Unsettled Between 11th and 13th Stormy un settled weather Between 15th and 17th Fair weather will prevail cloudy and threatening weather on the 17th Between 18th and 22nd Rd and between 18th and 19th turning colder with snow and wind between 21st and 22nd23rd and 24thFulr Between 25th and 18thStorms high winds rain and wind 25th and 26th turning colder with snow 27th and 28th Wise Counsel From tho South I wanttoglvo Homo valuable ad fvice to those who suffer with lame back and kidney troutflo says J It BlaiiUenshlp of Hock lean have proved to an absolute certainty that Kleotrio Hitters will positively cure this distressing condition The first bottlo gave mo great relief and after taking a few more bottles 1 was completely cured so completely that it becomes u plnasuro to recommend this great remedy Sold under guaran too nt Pennys Drug Store Price Oc- Some of tho newspaper reports sent out from Austin say that Senator Bailey won his reelection by tho use of wine women and money and n resolution to Investigate has been adopted by tho Texas Legislature A stronger combination could not be secured than the three and if the Senator did bring it to bear he Is wiser in his day and generation than the children of light Frankfort Journal How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis ate those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver anti bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup dote not neau plowshPenny Developments in Kentucky oil fields during the first month of the now year promise small results both in extension of drilling and In amount of oil produced I NEWS NOTES Tho 35000 Graded School building at Paris burned There vas 20000 in suranceFour men met death by accident or violence in Cincinnati and the Coroner was kept busy holding inquests Fire which destroyed section of the Baldwin Locomotive Works at Phila delphia caused damage estimated atl000000 TarilT revisionists in tho House have failed In their efforts to got signers for a petition for a caucus on the tariff questionCornelius lull the oldest of the Oneida Indian chiefs is dead on tho reservation In Wisconsin at tho ago of 75 yearsGen Booth founder of the Salvation Army contemplates two visits to tho United States during the present year Prof Wilber S Jackman dean of the School of Education at the Univer sity of Chicago died after an illness of lets than 24 hours Four men were killed and 16 others seriously Injured by the explosion of an Ice machine in the power house of Armour Co Chicago Millions are starving in China as a result of famine according to reports received at the State Department from consular officers there Lafayette Green known over Ken tucky and the South as Col Lafe Green died suddenly at his home Falls of Rough Breckcnridge county While chasing a rabbit near Shep hcrdsvillc Leo Dover 15 years of age ran over a perpendicular bluff overlook- Ing Salt river and was drowned Milton Willet and GipHoskins young boys of Owensboro were drowned while skating on a pond near that city the Ice giving away suddenly beneath themChief Justice Fuller has announced that tho Supremo Court of the United States would take a three weeks recess from Monday next for tho purpose of consultation Charles W Schulte a capitalist and banker of Memphis Tenn committed suicide at a Battle Creek Mich sanitarium where ho was being treated for a nervous trouble The attorneys for Sheriff Ship have filed n brief in the Supreme Court of the United States protesting against a change of venue from Tennessee to Washington for the taking of testi mony Tho case of the Commonwealth against Caleb Powers charged In the Goebel murder conspiracy is duo to be called in tho Scott circuit court next week when the regular February term beginsDemocrats in the House look with favor upon the selection of Senator Martin of Virginia as floor leader to succeed Senator Blackburn when the latter retires at tho end of the present sessionAn man committed sub cldo by inhaling gas at the Imperial Hotel Cincinnati Sunday night The man occupied the same room in which A R Fowler of New York ended his life last Saturday Tired of life owing to mental trouble Tony Sain a foreigner went to a coke oven nt Uniontown Ia deliberately undressed in the cold and threw himself naked head first into tho bed of fire and was burned to death Sheriff David Smith of Christian county has been ordered by the county court to sell tho tombstone on tho Boyd family burying ground near Hopkins ville to satisfy a judgment of 8525 secured by Wells Bros against D M Boyd The question of who will preside at the trial of the Caleb Powers case which is to be called next week at Georgetown is exciting much interest among those connected with the case Judge Robbins who was appointed to try the case probably will resign A special term will be called for tho trial J C Rogers receiver of tho South ern Mutual and American Reserve Bond Investment Companies of Lexing ton and Chicago has filed suit to re cover from 2700 bonholders an amount equaling 1250000 Ho alleges that bonds of the company were unequally and illegally distributed by plans of rev demption 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 alono should make people more careful as there is no danger whatever from a cold when it Is properly treated in thobeglnnlng For many years CharaberlalnsCough Remedy has been recognized as the most prompt and effectual medicine In use for this disease It acts on na tures plan loosens the cough relieves the lungs opens the secretions and aids nature In restoring the system to n Loalthy condition Sold by tho Stanford Drug Co IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Matt Cummins exjailer of Mercer county is dead C T Wells a prominent citizen of Richmond is dead Frank Berryman suicided near Troy Jessamine county WARD POLLARD son of Mr and Mrs S C Pollard is dead at Danville Oscar bleeder of Barbourvitle was found dead in a box car In Western UtahDanville is to have a brass band of 18 members W H Harrison is tho instructorThe lor class of Centre College has chosen Charles lilner of Louis ville class orator Little Clara Morrow daughter of Coland Mrs Sam S Morrow and granddaughter of Judge T Z Morrow is dead at Somerset By a compromise in the Boyle Circuit Court James B Quesscnberry was given 4000 as his part of the estate of the late I M Quessenberry Joe Smith fireman at the power house of the Somerset Water Light Traction Co Was instantly killed while on duty by a heavy voltage of electric ityAt the meeting of tho Commercial Club at Middlesboro Judge J L Man ring was elected president A movement is on foot by that body to build a trolley line from Middlcsboro to Sterl ing a distance of eight miles Mrs George W Anderson died at her home in the Sugar Creek section of Garrdrd county after an illness of several weeks due to the infirmities of age Sho had reached her 75th year and leaves three grown children On Sunday night the police arrested upon the charge of bootlegging D Will Eastham and John Dalton On Monday morning they were tried con victed and fined 100 each and in the afternoon they were at work on streets for benefit of the city Somerset Jour nalA fire broke out at Lancaster in S A Walkers grocery store on the northeast section of the public square and it was only after the most strenuous effort that the flames were extinguished As it was tho building was badly damag ed the grocery stock rendered unfit for use and the adjoining houses injured by smoke and water The Wren Block destroyed by fire is to be built up again John B Oak ley is already repairing a foundation1 It is said Miss Ollio Smith will rebuild as will also C N Scoville Theo G Moren will build an office for himself and the Singer Manufacturing Co It looks like the business end of town will be on a boom again soon London Local CHURCH MATTERS A moonshiny religion does not make a sunshiny world L M Omar begins a series of meet ings at the Crab Orchard Christian church next Sunday night Danvillo Baptists have bought n lot of Humphrey Hudson and will soon begin building their parsonage Rev Coakley of Louisville has accepted tho call extended him by the Baptist church here and will begin his pastorato with his sermon Sunday morning Robert W Jones son of tho late Sam Jones is dead at Cartersville Ga Since the death of his father Mr Jones had enteiedthe ministry intending to follow in his footsteps The AntiSaloon League Field Day will be observed in a union service at 7 oclok next Sunday night at the Presbyterian church Rev T S Buck ingham superintendent of tho Lexing ton District will preach the sermon All ore cordially invited to be present at this service Committee When John Wesley died said Spurgeon ho left behind him two silver spoons a teapot and the great Methodist Church It is indeed a great church It has 17 branches in this country with nearly 7000000 membersenough people to replace the population of the States of Wisconsin Iowa Nebraska and Colorado if every body in the Commonwealths named should die or for some reason move elsewhere The first conference of the Methodist Church in America was held in Philadelphia July 14 1773 three years before the Declaration of Independence There were only 10 clergy men present at this first assembly Now there are over 40000 ministers of this denomination in the United States An Insidious Danger One of tho worst features of kidney trouble U that it Is an Insidious dis ease und before the victim realizes his danger ho may have a fatal malady Take Foleys Kidney Cure at the first sign of trouble as It corrects irregu larities and prevents Brights disease and diabetes G L Penny Versailles lam adry town the last whisky license expiring Jan 31 Too Much Winter Goods In order to make room for our Large Stock of Fine Spring Goods that is to come in soon We have reduced the prices on all Winter goods 81500 Mens Overcoats Cut to SI 148 ft1250 Mens Overcoats Cut to 948 1000 liens Overcoats Out to iI8 7f0 Mens Overcoats Cut to o98 I OliO liens Overcoats Cut to 44 500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 39g Come in before you buy elsewhere and get 4 our prices ouasilas SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Are You AwareIn the course of 0110 year that the balance wheelof your watch makes 157680000 revolutions Think Of ItIn time the oil gums produces friction and wears the delicate bearings destroying the high finish and per pieceAnYour watch should be oiled once a year Let us ex amino itan honest opinion from us will cost yol nothing I have employed Mr Louis A McKenzie an ex rpert Watchmaker and Engraver to assist me and we are tho best equipped Watchmakers iri the State with all the modern instruments and material to do strictly firstclass work HUGH MURRAY T Jeweler DANVILLE KY 1 Special Prices on Heating Stoves at Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries c the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2300000 == = = OFFCERS = S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B OwsLEr Stanford H BIIANKB Stanford 0 W OAHTEK Turnerivllle W n OuuuiKg Ireachorsrllle L 0 Ooocu Waynesburg W H TKATMJB Gilbert Creek K L Iluuuit Lancaster W O WALKER Stanford J n FOSTER Stanford W n HIIANKS Stanford J n PAXTON Stanford We r splcttulllollclt the accounts of Individuals Firms and Corporations Hanks and nllklr arc prepared to furnish all depositors such accommodations as are consistent with safe bunking Modern safety 1II o1t lioxes In our vault for use of our Customers First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock JSOOOOi This Institution was established ai the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 189i then reorganized as the National Dank of Btantord In 1885 and again reorganized as the First National Bask of Stanford In 1883 hating had practically an unInter- rupted ezlstence for U years It Is better supplied now with taeliltlea for transact- Ing promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor partitions Solicited I Officers J S UOOKER Preat- T ILiuus V Pres J J MORORERTB Ohr W U WEARENAast Ohr DJra ctOTS Y Reid Danville T Harris Stanford J S Hacker Stanford K L Tanner Mcglnney D Elmore Stanford U Baughman Stanford T P UIlI Stanford Jal RobInson Hobble J U Daulthman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford wwsinwairk The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH Is a candidate for Ilppresontntlveof Uneoln county subject to the action Porno ratloparty J T ROBERTS Ii candidate for InI lrRle In tint Ornb Orchard District subject to the notion of the democratic party Democratic Ticket For U S Sonator J C W Beck ham For GovernorS W linger For Attorney GeneralJohn K HendrIcks For Slaw Superintendent Schools M0 Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South TrimbleFor H M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert VreelandFor LalToon For Clerk of Courtof Appeals JohnB Chenault TUB Indiana lcg isl taro laboring on a bill to tax bachelors It provides a tax of 5 on unmarried men between 25 and 30 years of age 7CO on those between 30 and 40 and 10 for those over 40 There are in Indiana 102929 unmarried men over 25 and it is claimed that this law would produce over a million dollars All money obtainedI thus would go to the school all means the bill ought to pass The man who escapes the trials and tribu lations of married life ought to be will ing to pay for it JOHN T MORGAN aged 83 and Edmund W Pettus aged 87 were reelected to the United States Senate from Alabama The Osler theory doesnt hold good in their cases but it must make the old fellows feel shaky to know that their successors have beenI nominated and are impatiently waiting for them to pass over the river OKLAHOMA is struggling with the adoption of a constitution but as it must meet with the approbation of the president it is having a hard time It is difficult to see what the president has to do with it If he has the power to approve or reject it would save time for him to specify his desires or write the thing himself THREE cheers for Senator Hale who seems to be a man of good horse sense He told the Senate the other day that he thought it was about time there was more work and less talk and called the attention of that body to the present congested legislative condition Now let em get down to business THE members from the farming districts outvoted those from the city and a provision in the Agricultural Bill pro viding for the usual free distribution of seeds went through with a rush We hope to get our usual quota of sunflow er and cucumber seed when beautiful Spring comes DURING Jeff Davis incumbency as governor of Arkansas ho nearly aver aged a pardon a day lie granted 1778 pardons in the 1878 days he was that States chief executive We wonder if ihispardon record helped him to a scat In the U S Senate 11POLITICALf The president sent to the Senate the nomination of William M Catron to be postmaster at Somerset Gov Swettenham of Jamaica has- tr withdrawn his letter to Admiral Davis and has expressed regret for having written it W F Klair for Representative and J E Cassidy for City Clerk were nom inated without opposition by Lexington democrats yIJThe North Carolina House of Repre by a vote of 74 to 48 passed a bill abolishing the State dispensary system The Senate is committed to I the same policy Chairman Griggs says that no cor i poratlon contributed to the Democratic 2Lcampaign fund and that the amount raised was barely enough to carry on headquarters at Chicago and New York 1i The Tennessee Senate voted in favor of the extension of the Adams anti saloon law to every city in the State a Twhichmay choose to abolish its pres ent charter and recharter without saloonsSenator J W Cammack of Owen county announces his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Judge of the Fifteenth Judicial district composed of the counties of Boone Car roll Grant Gallatin and Owen i E M Cox county clerk of Clinton has announced as a candidate for the republican nomination for the Legisla ture from Clinton and Wayne counties This makes two entries in the race Dr J A Sloan of Albany being the other candidateIiir Senator McCreary has introduced a bill prohibiting railroads telegraph and 1 telephone signal operators from work ing longer than eight hours a day and toEorjover 45 years i MATRIMONIAL A dispatch from Crab Orchard saysI that Miss Gcnin Lasley and Chris W Hutchison both of that place wereI married Tuesday- A Dayton 0 paper tells of the swell wedding of Mr Frank Wesley Paris and Miss Estella Mabel Wallace popular young people of that city The Adelia WedIdingwhite chiffon taffeta over silk slip a long filmy veil fell in folds to the hem of tho skirt and a bouquet of white buds completed the pretty bridal picture At the improvised alter ofj palms the bridal party was met Dr H P Whidden and Rev C A Watson who impressively conducted the service VUGIIANSIIIELDSA very bcauti ful wedding was celebrated last even- Ing at 6 oclock in the home of Mrs Charles Shields No 19 North Fifth Street when her daughter Margaret New became the bride of Mr Isaac Newton Vaughan of this city The Rev Robert W Forsyth rector of St Pauls Episcopal Church performed the ceremony The color scheme pink and white was beautifully elaborated irJtho decorations of smilax palms pink roses and candles A stringed band furnished the music and played suitable airs throughout the evening The bride was attended by her sister Miss Hattie Shields as maid of honor who was ex quisitely gowned in pale pink messaline with lace trimmings and who carried a basket of La Franco roses The bridesmaids Miss Polly Mason of Washington Miss Bessie Doyle of Norfolk Miss Maud Morgan and Miss Mary Buford wore dainty gowns of white batiste and lace and also carried baskets of pink roses Misses Elsie Lind sey and Roberta Smith who held the ribbons looked charming in pretty frocks of white mull and lace Mr Frank Vaughan was best man and the only other attendant The bride entered with her brother Mr Charles Shields by whom she was given away She wore u beautiful gown of white chiffon and princess lace with cm broidery of pearls and a tulle veil She carried a shower of lilies of the valley and white orchids A reception followed the ceremony After an ex tended trip Mr and Mrs Vaughan will have an apartment at the Chesterfield The bride is one of the most beautiful and popular young ladies in Richmond society and the marriage is of much interest to people of Norfolk and other Virginia cities where Mrs Vaughan has frequently visited and where she has many friendsRich mond Va TimesDispatch Here s- ereNearly There 100 miners have been entombed by an explosion in the Stuart mines in Fayette county W Va Rescue parties are at work Bills authorizing an appropriation of 25000 for the Jamestown Exposition were introduced in both houses of the Tennessee Legislature Overcome by gas while she dozed a tired New York mother of the tenements silently and unconsciously rocked herself and her slumbering babe to deathWhile addressing a city federation of womens clubs Maj Julian Mitchell aged 72 a prominent Confederate vet eran and criminal lawyer fell dead of apoplexy at Charleston S C The Indiana Railroad Commission haS begun an investigation into the explosion of a carload of powder at Stand Cord which destroyed a passenger train and killed a number of persons More than 300 new cases of scarlet ever have been reported in Chicago The health department has asked that all public gatherings of a social nature be abandoned for the next few weeks Clinton county may yet come to the front as an oil territory The New Domain Oil Gas Co has just completed well No2 on the Jack Tompkins farm Their weil No1 has already pumped over 1500 barrels of oilIFour ministers served on a jury in the circuit court at Mt Sterling and gave a verdict of guilty against an ale leged illegal voter Judge Young says he will raise the quality of his juries byI having more ministers serve on them A race outbreak occurred in the heart of the business district in Pittsburg fol lowing a brutal attack by a Negro upon small white newsboy The Negro in question and other Negroes who tried to go to his rescue narrowly escaped lynching While anxiously waiting for the rope 1 to begin to draw upon Jim Hargis neck there are a few things to keep in view Hargis has never sought to put off a trial never evaded a summons forfeited a bond or run away from the State in disguise or otherwise He has fought hard for a trial on the very scene of his alleged crimes and this is the sum of his great offenses in the eye of his persecutors of the pressSom erset Journal 2 conIIgregatlon coughing is requested to buy a bottle LIPenny IThe following sent from Owingsville very much like a Joo Mulhattcn story The Bud Clarke nursery the largest in Eastern Kentucky has bee destroyed by rabbits Mr Clarke estimates his loss at 5000 Twenty thous and appletrees all of the peach plum and pear trees nnd raspberries hav been destroyed Mr Clarke and others in one day killed 120 rabbits with clubs wasIwas fatally burned while drying her dolls dress Spend a ntltJi looking orrr the HENRY DOSCH COM PANY WALL PAPER ample at your own homo ilUntt cumfcrUbly In your aajrchaJrl You can mak II ttterlWlectJon that way than by rnnsacklntt the atom You us lh whole line the very latwt detlcna the loveliest tint and richtIcolor effect Including Imported Everything Rood hi wan papers in theIUaeeh Ito Its economy too you get the lowest New YotlcChlcsHO paten Will call with Bach any hour you SamplIthem over to your tent not the least ohnrotion to buy Ita our wen of adver tising the ncb Wall rapenI House Painting And Craning Charlie Stewart Stanford Ky Control Kentucky Real Estate Exclude 8 TITLE coIKpFume r outbuilding I tern In cultivation ret In Um but Well wateifd 300 yards from po tofflcvKliool and church lays well on pike sod In good com tuunlty i rice 1430 Mo 2 too acm of land in eaT county on Libert and Columbia row Iwelehoueaaal- otion puce H ldcnce 8 rooms nor let weatbertMirdtd Hood tarn Aleut boo tent In cultivation llulldlngs In modern shape and fencing gaud loot timber Well at house spring alt over place sail 2 create lunnlnj ttuough It Will Mil the plat as a whole for fllOMi on easy terms or will divide plan lu suit purchasers No 715 A nice little 6 loom cottage All necrS sary outbulldingand a good Kinlro Aleut mile from Stanford This Is a cheap place Trie IGW cash No 117 A form of acres about wilts from lurtloni dwelling and a large barn This property It on a splendid pike close to scho1 etc eta per acre countyKybuilt 8 years ago tJteamand water power uptdmeal bolt The engine U of 7 yean rum H Rare with the mill Including what Is wltb the house of 3 room All fur f4230 or 15 for the mill and acres One half ClUb Has tine trade No mill In 10 tUles No 7010 acres of land tolor hoot collage rooms halls etc louse Is new a goml garden and splendid orchard of one and one lull acre fencing good twj statues buggy house smoke hour eat A good well on plea IberoUalsun good mill on tbe place a loud crusher In will It run bj natural ower which Is great erunomy thispropertUthe county about miles fruui Stanford there Is awn a readyullottheflour and lueal as soon u ground We will mil Ibis place lor Si It IulupNo alA farm of Z4J acres A handsome mod era 2 not brick rnldtnce nicely fuinUbed and up to due In every particular More room on proprcyisot toe nicest plice In Uncoln county lug barn tbe plant Is well watered end ps r well not a bill on It Th re Is only about acres In cultivation ThlIIonable teo 181A farm of SW acres one and one hal pitTwohall etc Fins young orcoardbearingadkind ol Scull well watered never springs eta All buildings and fences are In good repair This farm Is tltuated In tbe test section of Uncoln county acd Is an Ideal home Uplendld Ire house burn nod ull other necesiary outbuildings ofRowlandIn woodland The place Is well fenced and water trbUildingsoar klunrn and good cellar Good barn and all other necessary outbuildings Including crib yraoery etc All In good repair fencing la lint clasa order all wire ferce Is a beautiful place a desirable home close to town and will sell cheap ano on easy terms No 227 Abaut acres of land mile irons dwellingngbtonplke Tbilisi good home and a cheap place Th owner of this property lives at fender ton Ky and hat mate up his mind to sell this place reserving mineral water right on place Jt van be bought at a bargain ceo us lor a price No 7U60 acres of land near Junction City cutln tenD Held 23 acres In cultivation rest In grass a barbungoodClosealliogoodNo 69 Twostory frame dwelling of six room two hall vtranda well at door and all olner necestary outbulldlags Also large blacksmith 10reelldlow price No 113A rum ol 554 acres situated aboutt miles from Stanford and 3 mile from Crab Orcba oa tbe waters or Cedar Crtek Toe Is cut boul12Seldundcanbesobdlvh10I About 230 uplaceroom hallllOrcbtl etc Two guud Ice aouae buns grant ry corn etc flare la well water ed two good cisterns at the door stream farm All buildings In ooshale except nebarnfeocingWt Price per acre Terms Layto121Two houses and lots situated In Crab Orchard with six and one half acres ot rand at consistingfsprings tic The buildings ate new and the fencing Is ordinary Two soar gardens and ova acres la iasture Will sell each place separately wbolIIBOOIndlocalNalone cost WuOi We will sell this place for f CityawryIncludingtnclnt33craIugrauandy5 etcAPlace dose to aoflock 30a tanemod 2 tenant house ruutu kltrbeu and all other necessary out buildings llullolngs and fencing In renair place well watered tiller at bun and housepond sprints cuntlvailon Trice No 111110 acre farm stout rails this side of IIblb room cottage 2 porches No good cellar under the kitchen llood burn of k crib ete llulldlnc are In good repair and gwecrovr la woodland lrlce D No U0AruacreurmlyID onotarlverne n culUullun lIod Aboiseadwelling Ordln lysiabje and crib and a nry good tenant Dour The buildings are In YCrJ but Icons Me not The pl wateredbjauevetfalling Tbl1e a load Work larm bargain ftlro only Wftuo No 19117O W acre farm near lluitobvllle liood Inn of this thefininglsillbuildlugasaretln ud barn a good goal tmdihn- TAU houeol the 1c1t urns county Th Mil Is rich aid will prudufe lump etoi lm 00No Two stony trees dwlllol J mom baU and veranda Uood garden fencing and house good retain Pot ale or rent Trltv reasonable No W House ltd five acre of laud In JlcRm ArT outbuildings Fencing rood nor and well watered Will tell this plate on tasj terms No 719 acres of good lord six rooms two fencing Is Is cbolsalrenarcbaeoTYIs1asnablebow Trice reasonable No 316 room frame coltige and one acre a land In Klngsvllle lang biru woke house Ac All buildings and fencing lu goat repair Trice StOO No 7S acres ot land cottage of 4 rooms good h 01 arm pnrcbn 01 twin and other outbuildings Fencing and bulkllngs In uetewary good retaIn tf lace Wslered a splendid wall si house tc Land lull level and product well Young apple and peach orchard This aim Is about miles Iron town Pile tAJU JSo 03A 210 acre farm In the Wat minute seclonabout2mtlMfrom all road alal16cul- dUM ta iwt urace stores churehrs tatween county rosis Rural fife tkdlnr Unit b our room lug house a Ipkndlol barn IUTAleelboxing sod has two gsnd she It watered will neverfalling sprlegi and a ruse flies brunch through the pre hat good rrH ant outbuildings Vilagle0 Terms flUY line o2iuu acre fsrm situated on the Wajnis and Ut Vernon road alt I tulles u- of t 1PTneburg leasa5roomaltagu eto Tble dace Irlongs to a gentleman to 1110111 and will sell fl cheap and on easy Ursa 115A nice large store room and dwelling above nsl Uniol several nicely furnished nunis good bun and lot and all nmuary outbuilding This property Is In good situated on Main street In In thebudnew portion of town This propenywill be wad of a bargain Is a splendId sown one dlrlnl to Firihestoie and dwelling being go mbluedwillMagratutlDganrentetc No of acres of land near Orchard chap No JlJ One vacant lot In Jullclloo Qty at Southeast rurnir of Locus and Urofion streets fronting M feel on iiofton street axd tunning youth on Luw street fret Price 1150 caih No 2J1 UomeaudlotonLrganlreetn Ulan ford UI allen to Everything In te rulr Trice llWO 23120 acre ot land t dwelling of rooms INo Large tobacco turn in feet long next to the beat lun In Lincoln county 2 swat stuck Lain- Thlsproperty lays between 4 good county rood ands turnpike All lb buildings n1 fenilng are In load repair flare Is well waist I by good IprID creeks etc Splendid tobacco laud and whl raise IHIIII of turn to the acre This uakmbe owner from il to 20 per cent on his Investment It Is one of If not the cpeepesl plccesof land In Lincoln county If are lout Ing a bargain this fs your chance Irlce cheap No II9100 acre farm stoat I mites from town rdeic lays lesmullcotmgeotfourruoms large well born whirl lroperiywell fenced etc Trice f per itcre No Seven room dwelling gnod cellar and li acres land hewer felllgell and aprifi Fends lid oulbulldin In flr condlllonn lueup plan close to town win It a small lanaily No JI791 acre larm In I tulle ol Tbll ilk story 6 loom dwelling store house smoke home house crib etc All the buildings and fencing are In fair condition lion orchard about acres Inculllntlonrest iiigooltimber Water by a sever failingwell antwater ot youth fork Trim fl20u No 99 fnruiof maul sera on one ot the best turnpikes In the rountr A handsome twn story frame tad one ot the hilt Rnd best taints In the county This plure Is wet nbout It Inrluaiifc fete toglalnspleodwrepelsr In n good community drive liouiclose to iO mlnutee Stnnfoid This u very deslmbl home Into tTMT No SoI acres of cotton land In AUtUtslfrl section of country wbkh offers so many ponunltlesforprohUbleinvestmentaslh MHno sip pi Olta Pros pelllyVaney The timber Is becoming motevalu able all the time for thereawn thatlunber people from the North where the supply of timber diminishing ate constantly Increasing theta Wr chases of tlaiber lands In Ike South When the till her Is removed the land Is unequaleJ for aglcultu r1 pumas It will produce a Mae of cotton to the senor will Rrow any other kind of crop raised In the temperate lone The soil neeJs no fettllliers and elves a yield hlchcannot be eicelleJ taUI are tow the title Is perfect and the man who buys Delta lint and timber lands at present prices Is making an In vestment that he will never regret Thus land Is dl vUed Into tracts ringing Iron 40 acres to the tract to uooosnestothl tract anJ pdcesfromU per ero to Sao per acre according to location etc ar authorUed by the company who owns these lands to state that as other parties are considering the purfluse of these lands that as offer these tracts sub eet prior ule wlIMraa from gasket or change n price wlthont notice However when ooUtie they will hold any tract out of market long enough for the purchaser to make an Investigation About tsooo acres of this land has hen II by Ihe Cora pany since we received this op Jon For further par Icuurs call atom office No IS2SO acre farm JJ mile of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling a rooms tenant houses two barns well and spring near dwelling Farm In high state ot cultivation 150 acre river bottom land good fencing fruit ole Trice 11000 an acre No 7A nice farm at Highland Kwell Improv ed well watered etc Trke H aacte of land on Jamestown road south of Dunnvlll too acres In cultivation about tg aces In and rest In grass large new frame dwell ngalsoanolddwedlogonplace A new barn and wo old ores and the fencing Is rood On public road Price f ooo Man a barrel mill lo Mercor county Ky on Salt River Bteam power now up todate In every particular and dwei nr with Improvements 20 acres of One and close to Southern railroad Trice tt 000 No In Lancaster 77 feet front and 111Cottage necessary outbuildings except barn KverytbUg Is new and In good slap Cot ace contains rooms ball veranda back porch and baaemont Close to achool hurcbei etc Trice 1280000 No 70Ten acre of Und two story front cot age seven rooms halls etc louse Is nw a good arden and splendid orchard ol urea fencing iiood twoublalbuggy house smose house etc A on Is also a goof mill oa Its place a tod crusher la milli It u run by nat ural rower which Is a economy and the dams in good repair WIIInlbprollOrtt a low figure or lease It No 28 Frame hotel Urge rooms double veran dat hallway Eta A large I story uororoou rotting street 30 leet from hotel up stairs suits blerord 2 nice colleges nicely fernished spared and punted 4 roams and veranda each A used stable bedlarKe same si livery garden VacantlotadjolfIDg36 front 200 feet All of In London Ky and Is a fine chance for some one to mate money oprietor refused to rent tor 950 pat month inacxountofillhealth 01hiswife only talon tor lIInlll proprietor to exchange n count- y1ro75Asmallrarmof7l acres of goal land located close to town J250 No St00 of land one mile from Somne- lK7cullo seven fields Forty sow In eulUv tlon 40 acres In pasture balance In timber Dwell contain sven rooms Law barn and all neeng Fences and build Ings In splen 1100INo 23itosaro six mile from rsllrosd and A miles froo XrUnws teYBulacrea ollanll Is river bottom Ja tcllaodDd In graas This land is for ash- reachange 325 acres In Allen county Ky on railroad and about t acres cultivated about IZa in timber and grass and about 160 In grave TImber on placo le cut to 18 Inches but wipe make barrel timber shing tel ties and cord wood enough to pay for Ibe place twice over A largo part II lone ed are four dwelling of 4 room each and ono store of two torles with rooms above has wells and springs of water Ii In 2 melee of county lent grows tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 54400 Onllhalf cash i Dry Feeti4I There is no part of ones dress so neces sary to be well cared for and looked aftertas the S C Iewe 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 r worn it We have be- enExceedingly Cautiousi- n thisjmatter and I doubt if there is another stockof 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 same price andsee if we have not told the factsIWe sell themrt A HJ McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 1 No Better Cough Remedy is Made than Our Compound Syrup White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky W B McRoberts Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded r utrorthinII T MTNHKOill II UftliiK Jack nnd Wlru Htrvtclivr for Lincoln unit Giirnml couutlm Any ono iieidlni one ciiirurUvrof inuiit Prviicbvnvlllv Ky K Hi mo pkiuurH to status tint I hnvo known Mr IUtisforU for ycnri rim tlint lui U thoroughly rfsponslhlu mul truthful Whnt hat tells you about the wonderful sere chino inn poi rolled on K U WALTON Poultry And Eggs Wanted I will pny highest market price for fur poultryAtaomy olllc on fjincamrHt j K Jluckllocal uiunaiEur JI U Morthcott I DRUGGISTf STANFORDe Tarnishesr NOTICE For Sale Privately One double seated carriage with pale anfulIlirwII8bIllIndH I UUAY Wnnfonl Ky 3500 Range An elegant Muollxmml runs a cup allivessels BO with If with each tl ptirclmsu for cash only I will Klyen ticket to ench pur clmierof ilerchundUe lit my store ionicj ono will get tills elegiint rouge Coon ami sea It Just recclvtxt a nice line of punt QumIJtrlllndI U IIAltltlB Crab Orchard Ky r Table Linens Wo arc nt this timp ollbring iwmo special values in Table Linens that wo l cant offer later Como and ook these over RKMNANT SPECIALS containing 2 24 nnd U yards regular price fijc Price now COc ynril MERCERIZED DAMASK tlio prettiest good for the money over made IlVe chow two pretty patterns I1t jOo Napkins to match nt S11m dozen LOOM DICK LINEN out wears nil others very strong and washes cany Two patterns GOc ynrd 1 STANKOUD Kv Fun I 1907 WE have just received a big supply of Comic nnd Leather Post Cards nys Drug Store PERSONALS tag MRS ANNA HOITZCIAW Jaconvalosc I JOHN II WON DR Is laid up with a se vero cold- Ma JAMRS F HOIDAM went to Lou- Isville yesterday DICK POWELL of this place was nt Hrumlkld this week MR A L McANELLY orders his pap cr changed from Shelby City to Eustls Flu MR JOHN W DROWN of MU Vernon was hero on legal business Tues day MRS Eo H NORMAN of Walton is visiting her daughter Mrs T W Jones MRS ANNA D VANARSDALE of HarrodsburKis with her daughter Mrs H J McRobcrU- MRt B H VANARBRALK a clever knight of the grip wan hero with old friends yesterday MRS CIUT Kim and Miss Lorn Ho t hon of Hustonvllle were guests qr Mrs Jessio Stagfr- KDITORE S Aumimrr of the Mt l Vernon Signal was hero Monday look I fag after his subscribers t MRS RODMAN KkI NON of Frankfort is with her mother and sister here Mr Keenon will join her today or to morrowMR C ENGLEMAN who suffered during tho holi a stroke of paralysis days was ablo to be out on the street 1 WednesdayDR LEWIS has returned from- a visit to his son Mr A A Lewis in Covington considerable Improved in health Mbs Neal Lewis accompanied him home Mn MATT ENGLEMAN who recently bought William M Wheats store at ML Salem was hero Tuesday and left an order for printing He was ac companied by Mr Wheat Miss MARY REID has gone to Rich mond Vn for a visit and later will be J the guest of Miss Amelia Yerkes in It Washington anti Mrs Albert Nathan in- New York CityAdvocate a IT Is with regret that wo learn that J W Bastln of Pittsburg will move to Muhlcnbcrp county where ho will take charge of some largo coal inter ests Ho is a substantial citizen a man of affairs nnd one that Laurel can ill afford to spare London Local LOCALS oysters nnd celery Saturday S Jones Jposts for sale D C Sipple Ky t DANVIUB is to have a skating rink Stanford had one some 2T or 30 years ago NEUFCHATEL Van Rossem Bros Edeam Pineapple New York cream cheese all jusf in George II Farris THE aaloonA at lI nillawill close tonight the licenses of both the Weatherford and the Newton Hotel ex piring Feb 1 THE Ladles Aid Society of tho Chris church will meet in the lecture 4room of tho church at 2 oclock Satur day afternoon Tim ladies of the Christian church will hold a Rummage Sale during the second week in February Tho place will be announced later of Arthur Soward of the Goshen section died in Louisville yesterday The re mains will arrive hero for burial today DIWWohnvo mother KEEP received shipment of Fish Brand Slick ers Rover Coats and rubber footwear You need such goods this weath cr Cummins MdClary DERKELEMr aonah Bcrkcle wife of Eugene Berkclo is dead In tho Brynntavillo section of Garrard She was a daughter of Mr John Dunn The husband and three children survive r McMtJLLENM S McMullen who was postmaster at Yosemite during Clevelands last administration is dead at Burnslde where he had lived several years He was a clever man and an A 1 democrat i SEVERAL cone pulleys for sale at this office FOR IHNTNice Gtge J C Me Clary NEW patterns in etas ping Mrs K P Miller Stanford GOOD totter preea for sale at your own price This office SuE Mrs Kate PMiller Core hav log your stamping done MY furthe spring trade is In Come look at it J C McClary REWARD 60c for pair of ferret stretchers returned by Fob Cth 1907 George II Farris J It KDMISTON Crab Orchard hOB extended his sale of store accounts for a short time by request of several cut tomers GET E T Pences prices on wagons buggies carts buckboards plows and farming implements of nil kinds before you buy Tim members of the fiscal court will not forget that they were adjourned to meet the second day in February R C Warren judge D J SMITH the Gilberts Creek merchant will have an auction of winter goods shove hats etc tomorrow Some rare bargains will be offered WANTED an experienced farm hand one with small family Will pay good salary to right man J L Dimes Rowland Ky on J F Cook farm MR bL GREEN MURPHY of Kings ville writes that ho sold Dr J W Acton only n third interest in his store at that place and not n hnlf interest as the I J state- dPAneLMrs Lucy Padgett died at her home near the Green river Schoolhouse in tho Waynesburg sec tion She is survived by her husband and several children FEW readers posstas the ability of Miss Susan Porter Yates tier recitals are n credit to any city In the United IORT SCOTT KANSAS requires nl piano playing to cease at 9 oclock at night under penalty of 15 fine Such a law should prevail hero and if wo had any influence with tho City Council we such a law enacted and letting tho proceeds go to repairing and MacAda mixing our streets which are badly in need of metal BANQUET TO TIlE DAnMr W II Shanks who has recently been admitted to tho Stanford bar gave a banquet to the lawyers nnd Judge N W Utley nt Mrs Jones restaurant Tuesday even ing A royal spread had been prepared and it was heartily enjoyed Col T P Hill treated the crowd to several timely talks during the evening FRYEMary Frye tho bright little daughter of Mr and Mrs James Frye died at Lexington following an opera tion for appendicitis The burial will occur at Lexington at 10 oclock this morning Mary was n decided favor- Ite at Hustonvillo where she lived un til a year or so ago and her death carries sorrow to many hearts there and elsewhere Tin horse Mrs E C Walton slipped tho bridle while hitched In front of Mr G B Coopers Wednes day and got tangled in a barbed wire fence Before help reached the animal its left front leg was so badly lacerated that lockjaw is feared Considerable muscle had to bo cut out and the lead ers were partially cut and badly strain ed John Cook the wellknown Stan ford veterinary has tho horse in charge and hopes to keep him alive for a while if he never succeeds in effecting n cure CIRCUIT COURT came to and end at noon yesterday and Judge Newton WI Utley who held the special term orI nearly four weeks left for his homo utI Eddyvlllo carrying with him the good wishes of many friends formed hereI Tho bar and courthouse officials passed highly eulogistic resolutions of him The last case tried was that of tho J I Case Threshing Machine Co vs 0 G Speaks for balance of payment on a thresher engine The engine did notI provo satifactory and Mr Speaks brought in a counter charge for damages and the jury awarded him 1000 I y r Silk etetw NelvtHockof Elbow Silk Gloves just in Como now and get a pair as they promieo to bo almost ng scarce ns last season At present we have black at 81 laid 8176 white nt 8175I tSEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 1FISII SowAnnJameownrdbrother HearI Long Gloves HEMP land for rent Miss Nancy VanDcvecr A FEW heating stoves to close out a bargain Singletons Store ANOTHER long wet spell set in a few days ago and copious rains fall dally Mud Is distressingly deep rTim latest cold wave predicted failed to materialize Probably it washer away by the incessant rains CARD OF THANKS Wo desire to ex press our sincere thanks to all of our neighbors nnd friends for their kindness during our late bereavement in the lossof our precious wife and moth er Jackson Garrison and family- 1VAtitEDA aged woman with neat appearance and good charac ter to take charge of housekeeping nnd cooking for family of three in Lancaster Ky Good home nnd liberal prig paid Recommendation of character must come with first letter Address Box 216 Lancaster Ky AN immense crowd attended the sale of Jno A Wrights effects near Huston vile Wednesday and satisfactory prices ruled The farm of 18CJ acres wet bought by J A Bolin of Somerset at 8005 A half interest in CO acres of knob land was bought by E J Godbey for 24 and n lot in Hustonville went for 25 One stallion brought A200 and another 150 Horses and mares sold at 560 to 151 cows and calves at 20 to 3125 A bull brought 55 and a sow 2350 a pair of mules 186 hay rick 30 Corn broght 275 and hogs nearly lOc per pound Household and kitchen furniture sold high HONOR ROLL for thhmmonth of Stan ford Graded and High School Grade 1William Ashlock Tilden Cooper Hugh R Foster Homer Kidd Lee Mershon Virgil Moore John R McKinney Claiborno Walton Clarence Singleton Sabra Estes Minnie Hardin Bessie Miller Grade 2Motris Bruce Alene Boone Clinton Coleman Patience Calmese Joe T Embry Matsy Grimes Huston Gen try Nellie W Hill Lottie McKinney Ethel Powell Charlie Pcndleton Ella Rigncy Hartwcll Shanks Grade 3 Elizabeth Hunn Tillie Gold stein Loraine Tdttcn Ruth Hardin Alva Holtzclaw Bessie Pendleton Des sic Moore Bessie Brackctt Francis Drackctt Elizabeth Stagg Linnie Kldd Herbert Davis Simmie Davib Everett Brock James Tribblc Sam Embry Walter Kidd William Carson Grade 4Mamie Singleton Hobart White Fred Brackett James Owslcy Mary S Cook Mary M Raney Ethel Brackett Anna D McRoberts Annie Gray Verner Rout Josephine Carpen terGrade 5Catherine Gentry Marion Grimes Lena Traylor Mary Gray Dan Brackett Wm Grimes Grade 6Harris Hardin Arnold For man Elizabeth McKinney Lucy Leo Walton Virginia Mahony Catherine Kennedy James Cooper Annie L Gen tryGrade 7 Morrison Bright Joseph Hopper John Waters Willie Moore Maud Stone Maranda White Grade 8Sadle Eads Lillie Eads Sal lie Burdctt Ellen Moore Teddy Brack ett Mollie roldsteln- FreshmanThomas Bright Grady TuckerJuniorJohn Downer Senior Robert Waters George Hopper J W IRELAND Supt At the present time there are nearly 5000000 members included in the 13 branches of the Baptist church in the United States Tho Southern Theolog ical Seminary at Louisville which belongs to this denomination has more students than any other theological seminary in the world not excepting any of those in Rome The records of the old First Baptist church in New York show that George Washington was immersed there although he beg came a communicant of the Episcopal church Gov Hughes the newly elected executive of New York is a son of a Baptist minister and a Baptist himself President Chester A Arthur was also the son of a Baptist minister Gov Jos W Folk of Missouri is a stanch Baptist John D Rockefeller the rich est American is a devout member of this denomination and has given 19 000000 to the great Baptist school the Chicago University S D W Roachs 5000 residence burn ed in Lawrenceburg The first account of a is lilllfollowswith linen which had the ink horn by his side reported the matter saying I have done as thou hast commanded meGov Beckham has appointed Attor ney James M Gilbert of Barbourville to sit as special judge of tjho Clay elrI cult court to preside in the case of Abe Kirchbaum against Joseph Lewis Tiidco Matt ODnhnrty has resigned as Common Please judge in the Louis ville district Ills successor has not yet been appointed Eleven jurors have been secured In the Thaw murder case in New York Cily Solon Cox has been appointed postmaster at Panola Madison county D J SMITH AUCTION FEB 2 GILBERTS CREEK KY Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY- HjxiInl Attention ttlven onimorelnl Men Ocxxl Itlgiat Itensoimble lUitrs Stock Pone In Connection PUBLIC RENTING I will rpnt to the IdgIt and bill bidder publicly on HATUHDAY I i IW- ffttmAnOhrliumn farm of 10 nrres lying one mill1 Kant of Monlmul Htntlon lor the yunr liAr Tho ImproveinenUnro good Ill trrn orchnnl big burn nnd the hind lintcliins HUtim iiiri toO In corn the hat Inlet It now In Clover Timothy and Hluo firms Thu meeting will take place nt Hunn A Coffey torn In foreland nt J p KnwAun ALVOKM Kxo- rAaCurlMimn NOTICE I Lincoln Circuit Court MIDutldernrR on pvUtlnn inking Unit the charter l the town of Howlnml Lin coin county Ky IxMllisolvrilaniliinnulUtl The undersigned W II IHiddenir und thone wliiwo imniva nre lit 11111 to the pin tition herein referred to hereby Rive notice that they hove led in the otllceuf the clerk of tlm Lincoln circuit court n petition lu which they nk that the charter of the town of Howlnnd Lincoln county Ky bo an nul td and oh80hetl The mill petitioner Dudderar and Moth rfl ityle themtclvei citizen lepil voter of mid town of Itowlnnu Their llt ion will be Beard by the Lincoln circuit court ut III regular February term IMi- TAViI IJtIIDFUAK Ell I JKIIoldmn clerk of the Lincoln clr rut court hereby certify thnt n petition nulim tilt one described In the Above no thin Wilt flied in my ofllce on Jim 6 luff Wltnesn my bond no clerk aforesaid thin Jnn 1WT JK UOMIA3IO LOC PUBLIC SALE I will tell lit public ode ut my place on the Someriet pike 3mllve from Htnnford on TUKHHAY KKB U the following described property Farm ing Implement Including Stwohorse wag Ohs and linrncK HIring wagon buggy end curt buckboanl I brnklng cart n lot 1mIliny ihock dune household and kitchen furniture tine utalllon Ante Carlo two picks tuck Varnon and Abramtwo year old ltllllon two plllr gooll work- mulcethree goaibrood nmre nil bred to- JIIlk1 three yeorold filly well broke to drive nice twoyearold Pence 1I11Jtllrfonice one vear oiilnttlceyoung awe buck it nice lirood bows about tut bale straw lot of Illncksniltl Tools le or bushel potatoes and 1018 of other thing too numerous to mention One good money side laid re frigerator Will nlio oiler about 78 acres of land If not wad before sale Terms made known un tiny of sale WILLIAM M K1KLD8 CohJ1handlerAndTRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pie ture Frames Shade Lace Curtains end Wnll Paper Mr E T Benley has charge of tho Undertaking Department TR1BBLE O PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 Kid Gloves New stookof fresh goods just in Two clasp Black White and Colon at 100 Two and three clasp Black nnd Colors real French killat S17C 10 Button Glace in Blngk White and Colors nt 820D 16 Button or Elbow Glricc Gloves Black nnd White at 8025 ns lung ta- this lot taste All gloves fitted if desired L +3 F F t ++14d I tli ft1 + + 1111 II 1 The 5 loc Store i department of our store is Jnow especially strong iWe have a large assortment of ex itra Values in Granite China Glass ware Tinware Etc You can save money if you will look at once Come and see for your self L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY t t E T PENCE Dealer in Buggies Wagons Farming Implements Harness Etc Stanford Kentucky B A ITooth Powder Purest and Best We Recommend It Inpprted Direct from Japan PRICE 25c STANFORD DRUG CO Combination Sale of HintClass Horses To be heldat DANVILLE KY FEB 19 AND 20 1907 F Reid Co will sell 125 select Business Horses consisting of Saddle Harness Conch and n number of fine teams Also young Stallions for Saddle nnd Harness by Bourbon Chief 076 Dorsey Golddust 12052 Prince Rupert 887 Ccciliun Chief 33698 Ac Tho product from Kentuckys best blood will be represented n teriorJoUrflaI J E1IIertd at cu tteondclau malttrIt TOBUBUHD TU FUIOAV ATI100 peR yeAR CASH trWbeo not to paid IJOO will be charge r TURKEYS I toirlfront1 hens St VIII on rrenchers WbltetFalr View Poultry Form I NEW LIVERY STABLE BTOSS A CLAIUtSONl- rcnj11NCTION CITY KYP- 1ntClaeiTurnoute I at Reasonable Rater to Traveling MnSpecial ln and U1 For Sale rtl For Sale Privately hove and 10 acres of land situated outllde of town limits on the Bomerst jut Rouse has 7 rooms kitchen and ser Bike table and all Y 2tssarVoutbulldlnBs Water hydrant In the yard one J P BAIL1sY- x t A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately having determined to quit flrmlng I will m farm of 2U ncrls near sell privately lwelnndnn the VHltnllrolll 1IIIIIIei fromt DanvllleYK miles from of corn buyCrop cotthlealtnated on pike and bzDod and Otl mlre tXlt sell utbargain U I find s buyer in the next or W days H KINO Sforelnnd Ky INSURANCEand Pre Lightning WlndBtorm 4OEHT andNone theAMjaenU BEBBTOompaulee ltlJpraOlltltl Lowest IosIPaying YubieURatteOuaaranteeirftb t HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8S Two Farms For Sale to sell privately my farm of 170 sgto nplkeLute well ImprotI on and fencedof water timber Md in good repair Alio nn unimproved farm of 100 acre between Lnncnter and Lox lying midway pike Good outlet each WRiWell asnoed Terms roaionnble Xarksbury Ky I liVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN r PLEASE YOU buy roadymndu clothlnc when there III aollttledlneremuln tho price of ready a ade suits and u suit to your measure taken by nn experienced tailor I have n ka dtome line of Winter good I aaumake from a low price business suit to ttieftnestdreiiiiult o Overcoats Trous nand Fancy Vests The company rep rvMBt Is second to none HC IIUPLKY The Tailor Htunford Ky JflMES M PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEAU3I Ufi1 BulWlnil Material of all kinds SashI Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build tiers Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for bulld lag purposes and do all kinds of con Crete work Prices on applicationI ed teeaT1 Undertaker Embalmer and Dallerin HarnesaSaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Home Phone JS JLBeazleyCo t Undertakers and Embalm art Also Dealers in Fur MtireMattingeRugsThey dill ex6hauge Furniture for an Kinds of Stock Give ZbemaCall Prices Right UAKFORD KENTUCKY r r s r 4i 3 ak triiVlMSrav FARMERS DEPARTMENT M L Moore sold 12 cattle at Lana ter court Monday at 21 to 3Jc Three Magic Poland China Boa Price 1B each W M Bright 58 acres of hemp land for rent Mrs Rebecca R Carpenter Hustonville rFoR SALESix red Berkshire boas ready for service J C Lynn Stan ford T A Brent sold to laK Perkins a twoyearold gelding by Chester Jewel for 10- 5Twenty good threeyearold mules for sale Will sell in pairs B G Fox Danville C S Cummins bought of Dr J T Morris his pacing mare Mollie Winks for a fancy price Pair red sorrel mules three years old this Spring and 1C hands for sale Powell Depp Hustonville Ky FOR SALE600 shocks of fodder and three stacks of hay A W Carpenter Moreland Ky phone No9 June tion City Thomas Marksbury of Mercer sold a crop of hemp consisting of 16001 pounds at a per 100 It was raised on 13 acres tf land Three sheep came to my place near Otlcnhcim about two months BRO Own er can get them by paying for this no tice and their keep Sam Zwahlcn Mr J M Sauce sold his farm on the Perryville pike about two miles from Danville to his two sons James and Henry Sallee The farm consists of 311 acres and the purchase price was 100 AdvocateM bought 100 hogs averag ing to 100 pounds at Gc J T Watts of Perryville sold 16 000 pound cattle to Charles Caldwell at 4ic H C Bot tom sold 66 Russell county cattle at 3 to 5c Danville Herald Messrs W T Tucker and Jake Robinson bought five head of Hereford cat at the Sptham sale at Flemingsburg Monday that should wear the blue tie in almost any company Mr Sotham lives at Kankakee III and is regarded as the greatest Hereford breeder in the countryjKINGSVILLE Messrs Hendricks Hays and C B locker of Danville were here this week Miss Ella Leach is visiting rel atives in Somerset Miss Effie Carey left Sunday for Cincinnati where she will learn the millinery business Mr and Mrs Bruner of Ohio are here for tho purpose of buying a home Dan Reynolds brakeman for the Q C is with his family here J E Chilton the popular dry goods drummer of Louisville was here last week J W Bo land manager of the Greenbrier Pole Co Charleston W Va was here Monday and Tuesday The G P Co will shortly move their branch office from Burnside to Lexington where Mr Boland will preside while his family will make their home in Nicholasvillc R A Boger of Oakdale Q C linei man is here this week Miss Dora Gooch returned to LudlowTuesday A CardIThis is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money If Foleys Honey and Tar falls to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents perlous results from a cold Cures la grippe coughs and preents pneumonia and consumption Contains no plates The genuine is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes O L Penny It has been settled by scientific re search that in years blondes willI tot longer entrance the world The leached peroxide blonde is already oomed but the fair golden blue yes peaches and cream variety is said to be dwindling so rapidly that six centuries will be cut in two by thisj cruel edict We are glad that we will not be here to see this direful prediction verified This earth without tho londes would be like a pumpkin pie ithout the pumpkin Frankfort Journal pe How to Cure Chilblains To enjoy freedom from chilblains writes John Kemp East Otlsdold Mo I apply Bucklons Arnica Salvo lave also used It for salt rheum with xcollent results Guaranteed to cure fever sores indolent ulcers piles burns wounds frost bites and skin llseases 25c atPennys Drug Store What was done at the meetingI tho reporter asked the president of the ice Dealers Association Wo decided if this is a hard winter to raise the price of Ice on account of the difficulty of cutting It And if Its a mild winterITo raise on account of tho difficulty of finding ItChlcago Journal Cut this out and take it to the Stan ford Drug Co and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver ablets These tablets are far sup rlor to pills being easier to take and more pleasant in effect They correct llsorders of the stomach liver and bowels pSaB J Ewen who was one of the most Important witnesses in the case against James Hargis and others charged with tho murder of J B Marcum lwa8 acquitted at Campton of the charge of perJury t w adt Ytnaali hsu erJwi r Resolutions Of Respect CRAB ORCHARD Jan 28Brother James II Carson departed this lireJan 23rd at his homo in Crab Orchard I was born Feb 12 1863 and became a Mason soon after retching the proper age Ho was a railroad engineer by profession and followed his calling for a number of years Brother Carson possessed n number of good traits and was void of deceit and flattery Brethren lot us as Masons throw tho veil of charity over his frailties whatever they may have been and keep his virtues ever green in our memory that we may learn to imitate them In the death of Brother Carson this lodge is reminded again of the certainty of death and the importance of lotting the light the holy Bible be our guide out as well as in tho lodge room then fore be it resolved by Crab Orchar Lodge No 156 F A M 1st That while wo deplore his call from us we submit to tho wisdom of a just God Who is the grand architect the universe 2nd Be it further resolved that a copy je sent to tho only surviving brother with our heartfelt sympathy and bo published in the county paper the IN TERIOR JOURNAL and in our Mason Home Journal and a copy bo spread on our record book and that we wear out of respect to his memory the badge or mourning for 30 days Wade Perkins W L Bell George B Lyne committee Cured of Lung Trouble- It Is now 11 years since I had a narrow escape from consumption writes C O Floyd a leading businessman of Kershaw S C I bad rut down In weight to 135 pounds and coughing was constant both by daj and by night Finally I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and con tinned this for about six months who my cough and lung trouble wero entirely gone and I was restored to my normal weight 170 pounds Thousands of persons are healed every year Guarntced at Pennys Drug Store GOo and 81 Trial bottle free While running 30 miles an hour the boiler of an engine drawing a long freight train blew up near Terro Haute Ind killing the engineer and fireman and wrecking the train Several trainmen were injured in tho wreck The Right Name Mr August Shcrpe the popular overseer of the poor at Fort Madison Ia says Dr Kings New Lifo Pills are rightly named they act more agreeably do more good and make one feel better than any other laxative Guaranteed tocurobllloua ness and constipation 25c at Pennys Drug StoreIA jury was selected in tho case of Mrs May on trial at Washington on charge of killing Lucien H ConenI formerly of Louisville pcI81tlvelytreatment is simple wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns era not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing a perfect euro is not speedily effected G L Penny dru gist Ky Farm for Sale or Rent iood farm of 210 acres near Turn r vllle for or relit Nice new rvsldeiie and nil ieco ary outbulldlncs In nMilr Periim private AddnmJ V UdVKItUor ln Ky or cull on I K tower on the plaov Olympian Springs Water You lire urged to try Olympian IoIIrllIVuter for ltlit iiiiuitlin NtTVouini pll t estlon eOUuINIUOIlIIhr Kidney and ladder better Ask- hirewhohave used It K M Sinn Pro rietorOinlpinuHprlugs Io totllie HilItnn l Jesse W Sweeney PKOPHIKTOK ivory Food and Salo StaWo Lancaster Ky NOTICE I We want every nunon that U alluded with rhuuniatUm Kidney trouble or any Ueate iirlxliiK from Impure blood to try u icknge of our Ktandaril Itumum It tlllIIcconlgtodirectluuroryour sane will Iw reo inded Each package contains an lost with n registered Ruarsntec 1rlco ILW For IlIlu by H Vlllliini Agent McKlnnoy Ky FARM FOR SALE I I wish to sell privately my farm of 1K cres the old Abraham tint hlllUlllllllkl 8J4 miles frontfrig Orchard of seven rooms Outbuild Until fairly goal repair Well at kitchen door and four uprlncH on the farm Terms imoimhlc Farm on licit dirt rood In tho county J P HAYKHHtahford ICy K II No ITAEOJE Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Ialh Killer Germ Dostroyer Disease lInllj letter Ulood Health and HtrvliKth lUJitorer N H Bogie Mnrksbury Kentucky General Agent ttr HOGS KILLED I nin to kill hoKsnnd will dell pttIllVYDKK HIIANKH Itowlnml Ky Nice Home for Rent 11 pitIfurd on DnnvllltHtrtHt It contiiliuit two story residence of lice mash two halls rl tern cellar nvrvants room it lid nil outbuilt lug rossciftlon Hlvii ImmedlnUly pllcnrts will ploasu apply to J II 1aiton JOIIX IIHKIHTJH Vu POSTEDIforbh hnlltllllt UAhlll or kind of to pausing on our placva and well proiicuto v olntora to the full extent of the law Hred VonUruenlgan Itplchonhach llro 1VonirueulgnuIridllnumunn K lUlcltenUioli Joseph Ilallou- AU Dunn 01J Hotmann MrsMlInydcnWelchM D Klmore Mnrll1olTlllnnnI OnrlHtllhrJncobMrs MJAslilock OuUoverKreit llnndnrf MnMlttndletonV IUordlur J Novln Darter IVter llitlmttr IlCnmvnUch lI1UlthorttJHrrnUJJIUorJ V IVnk II K Martin Moswr t 1iixtoii W Miutln HnniuullUulny MK Conller MOM Kerry ttidr4rlVnlterhlmpton lire TliuUy Huoonamon 111 Carter lien P Mil Ml n MK Uiwronco Ohrls Jac- obHENRY WATTERSONSPAPE Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY I5O Few people In tbe United 8utm hire not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all thing fair In all things clean In all things It is essentially a family pper Hy a special arrangement we are enabled to of fer the WKEICL COUIUKUOUKSAL one fur and this palter for the price named above Bendy subscription for the cum blnatlnn to usnot U the CourierJournal iIeiortof the Coiulltlon of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK nt Htanfonl Kln the Htnlo of Kentucky at tine clow of luilne Jan 2t IMC KKnnuitUKfl 1oIIIIN and lilkcounts 21711 tt- OvrnlmttniifCUiTdiindiiiiwcurttl 11511 SI llond to Mcurti circulation tttjuu lu Ilnnklni house furniture anti l- xtitre 6111- ueI from National Unities not rv servo iiRtiitsi 121017 Dun from HtnU Itnnkn A llnnkiTu to Due from nlipnttetlreserveuguntr f VM u otesaf other National flunks Cots- rntctlomdliwrcurrrucynloknl i j- niiilcviiti r awful Minify Itomrv III lljink viII HKclc IMUIMII- x tendernotea tVO UI H If00U- nUinpt loii fund with rHTniiurr III farct of rlrciilntlonl SflW Irt ixillR 26 LIAIIIIITIKX- 7nillnl klmtd In hili HUrIIUc fund IIIJij UIII hldlfJ profits Ices tlXIII and taxes 2hIK 11 utlonnl Hunk uolesouttundlng19tiU hie toothier NIIllullktt tuIIli 61 uitoHtnte lUinks and llimkiTS 1191 IHllVllllltll to check Slllx- Jiet SHWI W NrIYt crelrl for tuxc 1tisl II LTUII2tri Htiitoof Kentucky County of Ilncoln MI I W M Hrl litM liliTof IhlIIlInlllllldb- llilk do Koluinnly swear that the iilKin tiilrmcnt In true 1et of know Igu anti Iwllvf i11111hu1TGaetder HUlxiorltifil jind sworn to before nut this 31th day of Jiml1VG J J MclUilxrtnN Ubrrvot Attest IIHlmnks J II Iux 0 J Ownloy Directors Kcnort of ho Conditional THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK tHtanfordln the Hlnte of Kentucky nt the Close of hujlness Jan M KitOUIICHM souls and Dlsoountsi 170AM vtrdrafts ifcuriHl and unwTUmt wtsW Itoiidk to wcuro circulation ltfn rfinlums on tH bonds lr90 T- Oloilds Mauritius ute VVA latiklng house furniture and fix turts 6WH M Uhttr real islato owned UKJI lIu from National flunks not m MrviUKtiitii AHI7 Ihh from Mate Hank i A Hunker Iuu Id refromipprottdrtervoaguuta 2itt7 72 locks and other cash Itunn Sttfl M Sotl of other National Jlank S1IS W nictloiml txiiHirciimiiicy nick eli ami tellta1 lily U awful Money lluxvrvu In Hunk VUI Hxslii f lInt m nteiidernotii awelI 12l4 II fund with HTrea- urer46liureehtufclnulutlun 21510T = IIIM IlMIIMTIKS- upltiil Wo k iNild III f mui urpliw fund IIIIUIIIO ndlvlded prom is XHIII Bud taxes paid tfltt 1- 7utlonal Hank antes oiit tiiiilliiK I0Y10 00 Uue to other National Hank 3110 Uuo to Htatw Hanks nnd Hunkers 2rs fi idlvhliialiloKMltH subject check 1657701 otcaiuul Hills ItedUcouutfd 11001 2i 2l6591r1V County of Lincoln llIJohuJM1I01rtUIIhlefol the alMivit IIIllIw1 that tho nllll11 statement U true to thij beet of my nowkilgf and Iwllef JOAN J McItoiiKUM Cashier and iiworn to Ixton IIII this- tdayofJau11a17 W M HrlKht N P Correct Attest JH Mocker T P Hill T Uurru Director II Americani Field Fenceqiy Strongest and Best Made Let us Supplyt You Now Before a Further Advance in Price t W B Perkins lPKentucky Another CarLoad of OLD HICKORY WAGONS j At W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky I PUMPS t r f All Kinds all prices any de- pthROOFING j r 4 All kinds all prices I s4 H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky r Tinner and IlutntKir DE rTCI ETS i I1FMMERS DE IDEI DE t FTLES Stock of above now complete Call and see them GEORGE FARRIS D Let This Office Print Your Stationery t 1 0