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IiJ THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 5 1907 NO 92 THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITIONi Composition by one of Stanford Graded School studypinger enjoyment can be offered than that we can have tho opportunity to of via king tho places which abound in historic recollections and which havo been tho scenes of enterprises of great moment in tho times of tho nations youth Each time wo read the account of some thrilling historical event we often wish that we could have witnessed It But If the opportunity of visiting thoso places should bo offered to any of us ought we not to take advantage of It especially if tho places have been pre pared M it wore In anticipation of our coming with tho assembling of the me morials and relics of those events which havo taken place there- Of 1 all places thoso that are connect ed with tho earliest history of our land uro the most interesting to us Of these surely that which was the site of the first permanent settlement In this United States possesses tho greatest interest of all That place is what was known as Jamestown Va On April 2Cth of this year a national exposition the fifth of its kind will be P held near the site of tho birthplace of this republic The United States is never behind hand in creating at stated tithes these wonderful displays which ore not only memorials of the nations early growth and settlement but evi dences of Its present progress and nro tho admiration not only of this country but of foreign nations also t Jamestown was for as a town it has ceased to exist situated near the mouth of the James river In Ita early ItlasIt was the scene of tho adventures of the remarkable Captain John Smith t It soon became the leading town In tho colony of Virginia but during the InI surrection known as Bacons Rebellion it was destroyed by fire Only the views of an old church tower tho first edifice of its kind in Virginia remain to mark tho location Though the exposition is intended to commemorate and bears the name of Jamestown tho grounds are to bo laidI out at Norfolk a thriving seaport on the bay The site of tho old settlement Is some 60 miles up tho river but nevertheless many will no doubt take the i trip to visit tho historic ruins t Many States have already responded with large contributions toward their representation at this worlds fair The 1canvass for Kentucky Is now being made and we hope that iU display will equal that ofany other State as it ought on account of its kinship with Virginia Some of tho displays of tho various States will commemorate their early pioneer days It has been almost t definitely decided that one of the fea tures of Kentuckys exhibit will be a i reproduction of tho old fort at Booties bore Preparations are being mado to give a grand naval parade in the harbor at Hampton Roads which fronts tho a grounds and also for a reproduction of tho battle between the Monitor and tho Merrimac which though belonging to a later epoch than the early colonial days actually took place in that harbor Many foreign powers have been invited to send representative warships and troops to the maneuvers As reminders of the colonial days tho- r buildings will bo constructed in tho graceful colonial stylo of architecture t tho National Exposition Guards will bear the name of Powhattan and and there will be a canoo trail along 1 stream flowing through tho grounds for a distance of about two miles These arc only n row of tho remark ablo displays which will be presented i No ono can go there without added ad miration for his country and tho hope that expositions celebrating like events in tho history of our land will bo held 1in tho near future It is hoped to have nil necesary prep t arations completed by noon of tho day appointed when tho great Jamestown 1 Exposition will bo formally opened to r tho public at largo by President Moose velt Neighbors Got Fooled I was literally coughing myself to death and had become too weak to leave my bod and neighbors predict ed that I would never leave it allOI but they got fooled for thanks bo toI God I was induced to try Dr KItiRs New Discovery It took just four bottles to completely euro the cough and rostoromo to good sound health writes Mrs Eva Uncapher of Grover town Stark county Ind This King of cough and cold cures and healer of throat and lungs Is guaranteed byI Pennys Drug Store 60o and 81 Trial bottlo free A conference between President f Roosevelt Secretary Root and tho Sani Francisco Board of Education which Mayor Schmitz will attend is expected to be held in Washington on Friday or Saturday to discuss the Japanese school question iIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES College has nearly 900 stu dents JA little son of Alex Wheat was found in bed near Pcrryvillc James G Hardln has bought J P Kclaoya store at Monticello E M Burton charged with killing James Dooley In Adair county was given two years William B Bright one of the best known young business men of Rich mond after an Illness ofseveral months died Of paralysis John Scott charged with murder at Mlddlesboro entered a plea of guilty confessing that ho killed the man for hire Ho was given a life sentence in tho penitentiary- A Danville paper tolls of a plan to uso spiders for spinning rope For spin ning yarns however the Boylo county editor may be expected to hold his own for some time Louisville Post Kim Teatcr one of the oldest resi dents of Garrard county died at his home in tho Buckeye section aged 91 Ho was married twice and was the father of 17 children eight of whom with his widow are left Tho now Danville public building will be located at Fourth and Main streets according to tho decision reached by the Treasury Department officials The situ will be purchased from E S Mills and J G Weiscnger for 10000 Louisville church women interested in the proposed Womans College of Kentucky visited Caldwell College at Danville tho proposed site for tho school and expressed themselves as well pleased with tho beginning for the desired institution Tho Somerset Water Light and Traction Company has commenced work on a largo office building car barn and freight station on tho corner of Water and ML Vcrnon streets Underneath tho offices and freight depart ment will bo the car barns and repair shopsIn difficulty between Pat Costello and Harden Hydcn at Williams Siding Pulaskl county Costello was shot several times in different parts of the body Hyden using a revolver Costello was rushed to tho Somerset sanitarium and will probably recover Hydcn was arrested and placed in jail To show with what energy and vigor localoption is being enforced in Har rodsburg wo cite an instance of an old darkey who walked nine miles and was ferried across Kentucky river at Mun days laid down his dime got his horn and hoofed it back He didnt havo enough money to bring an extra drink back with him Harrodsburg Herald The big damage suits brought by Sheriff Coulter Jailer Fitzgerald and Harry Wingate against theStreet Railway company will como up for trial in March in tho circuit Court of Louisville Mr Wingato and Sheriff Coulter arc suing for 5000 damages each and Jail er Fitzgerald for 10000 None of the gentlemen have recovered from tho cf fects of the wounds Danville Herald With passing power of tho new Elijah the Prophet Dowie comes tho memory of his first business achieve ment which possibly foreshadowed tho financial success which he was to at tain in founding Zion City It was many years ago when tho Prophet was only a boy employed as a clerk In u store in Adelaide Australia One night the lights of the place suddenly went out and young Dowio learned that tho causo was so serious that darkness was likely to ensue for some time He quickly sot about buying all tho kero acne and lamps to bo found and in a short time had practically cornered the towns supply Later ho sold out his stock at fancy prices and realized a handsomo profit from the venture CourierJournal Rising From the Grave- A prominent manufacturer Win A Fertwell of Lucama N C relates u most remarkable experience He says After taking less than threo bottles of Hlectrlc Hitters I feel like one ris ing from tho grave My trouble is Origins disease In tho Diabetes stage I fully beliovo Klcctrlo Bitters will cure mo permanently for it has already stopped tho liver and bladder complications which havo troubled mo for years Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Price only 60o Admirer Wo have n Congressman who does nothing in private that ho would not do in public Presslmist Ill warrant you aro wrong on that proposition Admirer hoUyClto mo one stance to the contrary if you can Prcssimcst softlyIIow about when ho changes his trousers There are 228 newspaper men report- Ing the Thaw trial That accounts for tho many lies and limitless amount of rot sent outStnto Journal The Atlanta News has gone into bankruptcy 11 NEWS NOTES A bank is to bo started at Cropper Shelby county- A Suffolk Va woman was relieved of a petrified child weighing 51 poundsAt 0 John Gebhardt was killed by his son whom he lectured drinkingWhile rock out of a quarry near Georgetown workmen discovcrd an Immense cavern Tho will of Senator Russel A Alger leaves all his estate except 20000 to his widow andchildren Fire presumed to bo of incendiary origin destroyed the N C St L freight depot at Murray Henry Bradley a Tennessee Negro who claimed to have belonged to Davy Crockett is dead near Nashville More than a score of women and children had a narrow escape from death in an apartment house lire in ChicagoFormer President Cleveland has been elected chairman and chief counsel of Life Insurance Presidents at n salary of 25000 a year Eduardo Arnold Mayor of Cananea Mexico his brother and 40 Americans havo been placed in jail by the Prefect of Hcrmosillo for gambling and per mitting gambling President Roosevelt will deliver an oration at tho dedication of the Mc Kinley memorial monument at Colum bus 0 in September The second annual antimosquito cam paign tho object of which is to prevent an outbreak of yellow fever in New Orleans began in that city Friday and will continue until frost Because his daughter Louise married Hugh McConville against his wish es John Buyer of Baltimore put an advertisement in the newspapers formally announcing her dehth Tho Now York supremo court has solemnly declared that the antitipping bill is constitutional But whats the constitution to a Pullman car porter 7 Youll have to put up any way Commonwcaltlisj Attorney Franklin says that the case of Caleb Power charged with the Goebel murder will have to bo tried at a special term which will bo called next week At Morgantown a posse of 30 citi zens gave Jesse Phclpa a sound thresh ing Phelps it is claimed tortured his threeyearold child by sticking pins in it and burning It with a hot poker Dr Claiborne J Walton aged 85 is dead at Munfonlville after a long ness lie represented his county in the Legislature and Senate and was pen sion agent under President Harrison The grand jury at Lexington returned 300 Indictments charging fraudulent registration and tho investigation still continues with more Indictments prob able Tho charges are mainly against NegroesTwenty persons alleged to have been killed in the wreck on tho B 0 rail road at Woodvillc Ind have been found to bo alive and an investigation is being conducted which may bring out sensational incidents of the rush of law yers to file suits for damages Tho subtreasury in Cincinnati is in receipt of 9000000000 bright and new silver dimes We congratulate the ed itor of the Commercial Tribune He can now get his money changedand find out for himself if ho has not found out before that there are more than 20 drinks in a gallon of whisky Calmly watching as the barrel of his gun grow hotter and hotter until it reached tho point of explosion William McCann of Providence R I aged 74 sat in the kitchen of his home his gun crowded to tho muzzle with powder and buckshot lying on tho redhot stove and tho muzzle staring him full in the taco While he watched with bated breath and unhuman interest contemp lating what was about to happen the stock slowly burnt off the gun and tho barrel finally became so hot that the powder exploded and throw tho con tents of tho gun full in his face killing him instantly This May Interest You No one is immuno from kidney trou ble so just remember that Foloys Kidney Cure will stop tbo Irregular ties and cure any ease of kidney and bladder trouble that is not beyond the roach of medicine Pennys Drug- Store Encouraged by the temperance wave that is sweeping the State Rev J WI Zachary an evangelist is having papers prepared by an attorney for circulation in Lexington calling for a local option election Lexington is tho biggest stronghold of the liquor interests InI Kentucky and there will undoubtedly be a battle royal on tho question if the matter is submitted to a vote Foleys Uonoy and Tar cures tho most obstinate coughs and expels the cold from tho system as it Is mildly laxative It Is guaranteed The gon uine ts in the yellow package Pen nys Drugstore HUSTONVILLE W D Rocker came home Saturday from Tyrone to see tis family Carter Anderson has 15 lambs from five ewes 14 of which are living and doing fine Prof McVey will lead the union pray er meeting at the Christian church next WednesdayMiss Claxton of Louisville will arrive today to be the guest of Miss Ida Cunningham Leslie Tucker of Crab Orchard rented the Chrisman farm near More land on Saturday for 367 Peyton Wheeler of Maysville neph ew of Charles Wheeler of this place whom he visited last summer died at his home Friday and was buried Sun dayGeorge Pet Dunn of our city is quite an adept in his chosen profession and his friends havo secured lucrative position for him with the Lexington Gasoline Light Manufacturing Co The ladies of tho C W B M will meet next Thursday afternoon with Mrs Emmett McCormack A full at tendance is desired as an interesting lecture on the work In India tyeing accomplished by this organization will deliveredTho friends in this county of George Barnes Wearen will bo glad to learn of his second promotion since moving to Mt Sterling He is now getting a good salary in addition to a commission on all business done in his territory with good prospects of furth er of McKinney who had been ill with rheumatism for over two years died Thursday and was bur led in McKinney cemetery Deceased was 84 yeaas old and was the father of Rev W R Davidson of the Baptist church A large concourse of sorrow- Ing friends and relatives attended the funeralThe and all the contents of AI phonso Richards was burned last week Mr Richards and his wife being at a neighbors when the fire was discovered He carried a policy of 400 in the Farmers Home Co of Junction City This is the second time Mr Richards has been so unfortunate as to lose his home by fire Rev J N Sturdevant of Millers burg will preach at the Baptist church Sunday Feb 10th He comes with the highest recommendations from a community blessed with superb educa tional advantages and is an able and successful worker The congregations nt Ellisburg and Rocky Ford are cor dially invited to attend- T J Robinson who was seriously injured by a vicious cow last week is improving slowly Granville Cecil of Boyle was the guest of Wm McKinney Miss Annlo Yowell has returned from a visit to friends and relatives at Bradfordsville Misses Sallie Hawkins and Ann Ellis and George Ellis of Stanford were visiting John A Blain and family and T G Tupman and wife last week The Harbinger of Spring Tho hedgehog smiling to himself Began his old old query Is this the day I wander forth To see if all looks dreary Twas February the second day The hour of noon was ringing When running gaily to his door The hedgehog came out singing Oh my Oh mol whos this I see My eyes are almost blinded Alas alack I must go back Ive sadly been reminded For six weeks more I closo my door To frost I must surrender And then Ill venture out again When buds and leaves are tender Chronic patlonCuredO- no who suffers from chronic const pation Is In danger of many serious ailments Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation as it aids digestion and stimulates tho liver and bowels restoring tho natural ac tion of theso organs Commence take ing it today and you will feel better at once Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and Is very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store Mystery surrounds a house now be Ing completed near Stanley in Daviess county the owner being a woman Christian Scientist who is eccentric A bushel of Bibles has been sealed in a space within ono of tho walls and tho purposo for which the house is being constructed is worrying the neighbors round At Maysviljo County Judge Charles D Newell has decided that the law passed by tho Legislature in 1906 mak- Ing it a felony to steal coal from a common carrier is unconstitutional THe heaviest snow of the season fe1I yesterday covering tho earth six or seven inches deep Too fflqqy 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 Sl14t1250 Mens Overcoats Cut toJ 948 1000 Mens Overcoats Jut to 748 750 Mens Overcoats Cut to 498 050 Mens Overcoats Cut to 448 500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 308 Come in before you buy elsewhereand get our prices iSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Are You AwareIn the course of one 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 px amine itnil honest opinion from us will cost you nothing v I have employed Mr Louis A McKenzie an ex pert Watchmaker and Engraver to assist me and we are the best equipped Watchmakers in the State with all the modern instruments and material to do strictly firstclass work HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY Special Prices on Heating r 0 Stovesjat Geo De Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2300000 = OFFIOERS = S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B OW LEI Stanford 8 n SHANKS Stanford O W OAHTEU TurneriTllle W II CUMMINS Proachersvllle L 0 Ooocii Waynesburg W II TIIAYLOII QtloerU Ureek It L Helmut Lancaster W O WALK En Stanford J II KOSTEU Stanford W n SHANKS Stanford J B PAXTON Stanford We rispectfullysollclt the accounts of Indlvldunli Plrini and Corporations tanks and llnnkrrs and nre prepared to furnish nil depositors such accommodations us are consistent with auto bunking Modern Safety Deposit Uoxei In oUr vault for use of our Customers First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established ai the Deposit flank in 1851 then reorganized ai the National flank of Stanford in lies and again reorganized as the First National mark of Stanford In 1ISJ having had practically an unInter rupted existence for 43 years It Is better now with facilities for transact ing business prouptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career iccounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car orations Solicited Officers J 8 HOOKER Prei 8 T HARRIS V Pres J J MCKOUERTS Ohr W II WEAKEN Asst Ohri Directors V Relit Danville S T Harris Stanford J 8 Sleeker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmore 8 H Baughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hobble H Haughman Stanford M Pettus Stanford11 E Tate Stanford 1 t w yMtettl t N lThe Interior Journal E C WALTON I M F NORTH M of IgacandldntoforfeprcstntatlveofLlncooonntysuhjccttothe r ratio party J T ROBERTS Ii candidate for Mnglstrnto In the Crnb tI Orchard Magisterial Il ct to the action or thu lIomocmllo pnr- iyDemocratic Ticket For U S Senator J C AV Heck hamFor GovernorS W linger For Attorney General John K Hondrlcks For State Superintendent Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Ajjrloulture J W Newman k For Lieutenant Governor South Trimble For Auditor H M Bosworth i For Secretary of Stato Hubert Vreelanda Ruhy LalToon of Court of Appeals John B Chenault IN order to get ahead of Foraker in his effort to tie on to the Negro vote i by championing the Brownsville nssas sins it is related that President Roosevelt intends to select a colored man namedRalph Tyler of Columbus 0 for a fat office in the Buckeye State The place for Tyler is believed to bo that of surveyor of the port at Cincin 1nati with a salary of 5000 a year Tyler is endorsed by Booker Washing ton the presidents dinner mate which will make the appointment all the more i acceptable to the colored people As it is north of Mason and Dixons line there will be no kick coming from the Southern Senators TUB pernicious activity of that class t socalled lawyers who live on dam 3agesuits and who rush to file them in railroad cases ISshown t the fact that 20 persons alleged to t have been killed in the wreck on the B 0 railroad at Woodville Ind have found to be alive There is a law teen1 States against champerty but i t it is rarely the morns the pity that a prosecution occurs under it But for the strenuous efforts of those who seek rcontingent fees there would be largely rle3s litigation in such cases IT is estimated that no less than 200000000 was invested in advertising 0 various kinds in the United tat year and the indications are tha tie record will again be broken in 1907 Of this sum the newspapers of course got the largest share No other proof f is needed of this of their superlative value for the dissemination of the news of buying and selling Those who have tried the INTERIOR JOURNAL as a me- diumt r of publicity can furnish proof to its excellence Be wise and adver tise in it A WOMAN in Richmond Va commit ted suicide because as she wrote I am tired of spending my husbands hard earned money for medicines She was a woman in ten thousand and altogether lovely Most women delight in spending their husbands hard earn ed money for any old thing they can The example of the Richmond angel is worthy of emulation but alas and alack it will not be emulated TUB Kentucky State Journal hast cut out front page advertisements greatly improving the appearance of that most excellent daily- POLITICAL Senator Rayner of Maryland criti cised the President in a speech in the Senate for the unsurpatlon of the executive power- Congressman William II Flack rep resenting the 2Gth district of New York died at his home at Malone afI ter a long illness The bill increasing the salaries of teachers and raising the standard for examinations was reported favorably in the Indiana Senate The bill fixing a flat passenger rato of two cents a mile was passed by theI Indiana Senate and will go to the House for consideration Secretary of State Root has issued a sweeping denial of any of the published interviews with him on the various phases of the Japanese question Hon J Len Bruce of Boyle who represented that county in the General Assembly of 1889 has announced hisI candidacy for the democratic nomina tion for that office again Fire caused a loss of 1000000 at the opera house block in Harrisburg Pa recently but graft was responsi ble for about five millions loss at tho capitol block in the same city Ralph Tyler the Negro who is said to have been selected by the president for surveyor of customs at Cincinnati in an interview declares ho is compe tnt for the position and will accept itI if it is tendered him A primary election to be held on Tuesday April 2 to select the Demo erotic nominee for Railroad Commis sioner for the Second Railroad District was ordered by the party committee for the district in session Frankfort Friday iiiv i1Ia Senator John F Dryden of New Jer sey in ustatement issued formally nounces hisjwithdrawal as a candidate for reelectionIVice President Fairbanks remarked the presence of an interesting group of patriarchs in the Senate They were former Senator Davis of West Virginia 84 years Old Senator Whyte of Maryland 83 and Gen Pettus of Alabama 86 Sherley Cooley of Louisville a flag man was instantly killed and J W McPherson engineer and William Sheets fireman were injured the latter probably fatally by the derail ing of an engine on the L N road at Bracktown about three miles from Lexington Saturday afternoon Senator Mccrearys bill incorporating the National Sundayschool Association which passed both houses of Congress is now in the hands of the President for approval Mr McCreary worked very I hard to secure the passing of the bill and had to encounter many difficulties ai Congress is always loath to incorpo rate a religious society The legislatures of a number of states arc passing bills providing for a two cent a mile fare The measure is going like hot cakes and will very probably be taken up by our General Assembly at its next session This reform which is going through other legislative bodies also prohibits any extra charge for a fare paid tho conductor on a train Here and There Williamsburg is to have a Commer cial Club ExGov Higgins of New York is convalescingGov of Missouri is threatened with pneumonia The sad news comes that Mrs Alice Roosevelt Longworth has the Kansas has a man who is minister a doctor an undertaker and a tomb stone dealer The scarlet fever epidemic in Chi cago showed signs of abating the num ber of new cases being 17- 5lOne man was killed and six were in jured near Linton Ind as a result of a ton of powder and 1000 pounds of dynamite exploding William J Oliver of Knoxville the lowest bidder for the Panama canal has gotten together as his associates some of the largest contractors in the United States Four discharged Negro soldiers of the 25th infantry left El Reno Okla for Washington to testify before the Sen ate Committee that is investigating the Brownsville riot tThreats against witnesses who tes him were made by John Mallory a Negro as he received sentence in the Circuit Court at Frankfort on conviction of robbery Much interest is being shown in Lexington in the identity of those indicted for alleged fraudulent registration ands political leaders are trying in vain to find out the names of those indicted A granddaughter of Abraham Lin coIn is being sued for divorce at Mount Pleasant Ia by her husband with whom she eloped when he was a fa mous halfback on a college football tram Several strikes of oil in smaller Ken tucky oil fields has encouraged an ex tension of drilling and helped the pros pects in Kentucky Several strikes have been made in the established ter ritorySupposedly overcome by coal gas and then frozen a woman and her two nephews were found dead in their home in Grand Rapids In an adjoining room lay the dead womans niece her hands and feet frozen CHURCH MATTERS The Catholic soldiers at Columbus barracks have rebelled against the orders of Col Glenn requiring them to attend church- There have been over 50 additions to Baptist church at Elizabethtown as a result of the preaching of Revs J S Dill and W P Stewart Rev A G Croker has just closed a two weeks meeting at Flat Lick church with 18 additions It was a most successful meeting Rev Croker wasI unanimously called as pastorMt Ver non Signal Rev 0 M Ilucy preached a fine sermon at Cherry Dale Mission Tuesday night Mrs Lizzie Newton and Miss Lizzie Trimble professed faith in Christ and were received as candidates for baptism Somerset RepublicanI Thesermon at the Methodist church Sunday morning by Dr Vaughan was a most excellent as well as an sive one lie took as his text Proverbsl 14 Chap 12 verse There is a Way Which Seemeth Right Unto a Man but the End Thereof is Death His words to the young men and young ladies furnished much good food for thought and will certainly prove a benefit to all who had the pleasure hearing his splendid discourse The editor of the Memphis Tenn Times writes 1In my opinion Fo Honey and Tar Is the best remedy for coughs colds and lung trouble 2 and to my own personal knowledge Foleys Honey and Tar has accom pUshed many permanent cures that have been little short of marvellous Refuse any but the genuine In the yel low package Pennys Drug Store 1foc 1 c w + Boone Walls1 Successors to B D drier livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHD KT Hnoclnl Atluutlon liven roiiiworclal Men imxIltlRat llcn omil lt Ilntv Stock Pone In Connoctlon IIiI looktnjr over the HENRY BOSCH COMPANY WALL PAPER ample at your own home fitting comfortably In your ftuychairl You can make a letter iwlection that way then by ransacking the torn You it the whole line the very tatee- tdnlrnrth loveliest unto and rlchnt color effecU Inclutllna Imported pattern Everything rood in wan papcn in the Bash line It economy too you get the lowest New York Chleura prices Will call with Hoed Samples lookthemtent not the teat obligation to bay Its our way of adrer Using the nh Woill Papers House Painting And Graning Charlie Stewart Stanford Ky Control Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO No 68Klfly acre nest Pleasant Void Ej Frame uoust 6 room and porto bun sod other outbuilding Sacrtlo eultlratlun rest In ber Well wateied yards from pol jflc scab and churcb well on pike ant In ron tnunlty price No 211 3 acrei of land In Casey county on Liberty scut Columbia road Tirele bourn and lutiou place KjIJtnfe 8 room I nor Ion weatherumdcd iooJ bun toOUIOO acm cultivation IlulMlngs la modern shape a freeing gjod Hood timber Well at nouie spring all over place and 2 creeks running through It Will sol the place u a whole ror f IIOuU on may Unas or will dtTlde place lu suit purchasers ts nice little 5 loom cottsge All nroM nary outbuildings and a good gtnlen About mile from Stanford This Is a cheap place Iflut hu0 cash No Ill A farm of 100 acres about mills from 1101lIoodwelling abil a large barn This property Is on a splendid pike duos to scho etc rrlce Its pe r acre countyKy35barrelbuilt years ago dteatnand water power uptodatemeal bolt Tho engine Is or 7 year run II acre with the mill includlug what U with the house of S room All for 16230 or 15 for the mill cud 11 acre Joe bar cash Lisa tine trade No mill In 10 tulles So 70 1ocm oflsnJ two story root cottage room hall etc louse Is a gixnl garden and splendid orchard of sine Dud one half acre icing good two stables buggy house smut house tic A guod well ou peso lbervlsslua IIhJ ptopriyI IsIas ground We wilt sell this plate for SHoo It Is a bargain tne bUII log alone could not be tatup fur this money Ho 2A farm of 242 acre A handsome mod ere 2 Riot brick rusldtnce luinl bed and up lu due In nary particular store room on prorcyIs01tile nicest plira In Lincoln county larg the place h well alfred and iee well nut a hill on U Tb re Is only about 20 urn In cultivation and rest In gr Pl uIY of fruit trots Ic This Is an Ideal Home and a splendid farm 1rlce tea unable No tS1A larmof 800 acres oss and onebslf pikeTwohalt etc Flee youngorcasrdbestlngau kinds ol troll well never spring eta All farmhand Is an Ideal bom tjplendld ice house burn read nil other necessary outbuildings orRolodin woodland The is well fenced sod waterrace building woiks verandaLack porch frame rooms hall sum bier klabru sad good cellar Good bars and all other necessary outbuilding Including crib rrauery etc In goof repair fencing in lint class order all wire fierce This Is a briullrul place a desirable homo close to town and will sell cbesp ann on easy UTUI No 227 About acres of land mile irons Crab Urchark on Lancaster plkti A dwell ing well and all necessary tutblldlogi Plan Is cheaplaceson Ky and has nude up bit mind to sell tub place reserving mineral water right on place It tan bs bought at a bargain axe us for a price Mo 76CO acres of land near Junction Cltycutln seven fields 23 acrea In cultlTsltun rnlngrass a DIce young orchard and one or the eat grape bar bon fn eotuclly Party sold 2MO pounds of godloseroom frame dwelling good barn cribs etc all In good repair Price Ki230 No 69 TwosUry frame dwelling of six room two balls c well at door and all other ecesssrfoutbulldla Also large blacksmith length of shop and erTlowNo 113A firm of ail acres situated abouti miles from Stanford anil 3 mile from Crab Ureh d on the waters of Cedar Creek To Is cut In about fields and CIa bo subdlvldnl About 230 upisceVruoini balls porches tie Two good Ice houses btrus granrry corn crib etc used la well water ed two good cisterns buildin stream through farm All good ship except one tarn fencing salt Price f per acre Terms easy CrbOreldtachtd nosh are frame COUgH one consisting goodrnOIleveruiwholeU1B1rlcweontheproperty landeatedaboutlmaimicShlbalone cost I300j We will sell this place for 1400 No 20960 urn S4 miles lroOl Junction City cribniCUlllullIOO i stock well at hUD etc Price f350U MoIun r sac tide and driveway In center 2 other barm and t teaaul bwutes Arooui btlck residence and kitchen and all other Uensury out bulldlEfi liulliilngs and fencing In good rcoalr pUce w watered clucru at born and b ullOnd springs oc Abuui IDOacrMlugraisand the tnt in ci Uvatlon Price tvVbVVO No 184100 acre farm shout milt this side of IIblh ell room cottage 2 porches Mo good cellar undtr the kitchen loud of tallscrllietc HulIJlng are lu nictr and the fencings are inuderste Two good pond 43 acre SI5UOtIshy aud restmoollandclover Price I Mo 166AI2uacrehrmtyingonoh rivernt- Crib Orchard Alwut 7uaciv Ia u and 4Sscrslu Mature fret In IIIDDef AIul 73 bearing aids trxoon the puce S story 0 ru m dw nlng Oidlu ly statite and and a very good tenant hum The buildings are In gouel Rhr but Ie lenaa not The rt w- waend bt 6 uun ralllllllbl This II a lIu1 stoat runs aud ts unered at k bar alu Price SOOOU Mo IVe 170 acre farm near lltutotvllle Hood dwelling and barn a good ioitlou uf this uc wu d bt wld lot town oo It is well tcri stit the fnclugmud building are In guo l cuuJIIIn- Thlsisuueolthe t t term inthetuIlOy The mil Is rich aid will pruducd hemp elo frI11000 ro4 Two story trims dwelling rooms nail and veranda lOt grden and huutc li repair For sale or rent rltreuunstse lire acres of land in McKlu ney okyAviceap uutbulMinct nclng gvod and well watered Will sell this place vu easj terms No T59 acres of good land six rooms two story well watered trneing Is lbe subuttunTu9ol the city ot Stanford elotc lu Urtdtd school and cunhn Tktslsadeorable hum Price reasonaW NoSi0loom frame ruttgesod one acre o land In Klngsvltle Ky large harts Husks hens Ac All building and tensing In gvod repair Price No lestdystir ol land nttage of rom to1I aua I qahn load twin and otb- necesarynullalelings Feuabgabdbuildingd Iu ruodrrpalr wstwnt a well ts all level and odu cn well lamYoungalwuISrollstromown NoIOIA ZI0 sere rill in the 1Vsyoub- uerrlonataut2610slu trout 2 rail rod slalUns close t ouw lures vUMrrhe sit helwHn a eructrtoads Runt Mite IMHeM bateltatStees boxing ur ad less b Iwo Pl a spitodld she Is wuret with onrrralllng qriogs sad a run IhnMI Ibe ice hat good tea ingltodouibulMlno 1lft Tetmnss- nv2o5IAacre atll1lIuCOI on the Wajuis burl and ML Vernon road abnat S mile tast 1Saquwl Uu a SfOQ 1 ulr Tb t elects taagtntkman0 in l Hiurali and be will sell chtap aud un easy turns llvA nice large store room sod dwelllrg above roniUtlngof several niwlj farulsbed toots good turn and tot sod all amsury outbullJIOKi This property Is In Rood sltiuted on Main street iu Ihllo ihebuslkes union Of town ThiprvlwrfywlflIesuldofabargslnati- scsplendid opportunity some ne In builum r store cud dwelling bring coniMaed will be a great using in tent Mu lit 90S acts ot land near Crab Orchard chrap No One vacant lot In Junction qty at Southeast curter ot luciis and llroflon streets ranting 80 fret on Orunon street ad result South on Lucus street III set Price f rash No 2Hoiueaud lot on Logan street In Ntgi font uod tic Hvtrtlblnf la good tc pair Price 11600 No 2l1ao scree of land 2 dwellings of rooms cub tarn tobacco turn lit Illunr Dial to lest burn la Lincoln county stuck ban1 This between 2 lOud county rooda Pd2 leading turnpikes All the budding ot faring are In good repair Place Is welt walernl good springs creeks etc dplndldtobateoIan- and wit raise barrolsof earn to sae place makes the owner from 23 to 20 Iwr rent on Del lbe tldl-d looklogforaburgaiDIbis No 118100 acre farm boutS miles front town lnyeplsndWl math In cullltllUoa well wilier el etc coUnce fourrooms tart Darn lro erty well fend etc Price IX ptr lucre No l2Sven room dwelling gnod cellar and acres land Sever faircondition Feneln- and oulbulldi pin crap rlu dose to town cclt a small tamlly No 21791 acre arm In uilleol Pbll IS story f toom dwelling store house smoke house well house crib etc All the build lap and tracing at In fair condition Uood urchsrd about cernincultivation reel ingoIllmWr WIred by a sever flllag welt and waters ot lurk Price K200 No VI A fnnn of nlout 1M acres on ono el the turnpikes In be tounlr A lutDdme tw Ilor mllDe dlllal ad 00 tlr the lerge an- ubet barn to Ibe count This per well lIlfr nod It Ilorlu tent rylblarllbout Is In n rood cuiewuo- tlcioetnscbntanadnlelut2u minute drive Iron Slnnlord Ibis very horse IMce 1707 No TI 150000 acts of cotton land In Mlitlulrcl There It no section of Country which otters so many or rrofillblt Invelmenlllih aiIll Delta which le now fitly described a Imo perity VaUey Tb tlmber Is becoming mmratu able all the time for the reason that lumber people from the North where the supply ol Umber Is fast diminishing are constantly Increasing their path chase of Umber laaJs In the South when the llm bet Is remove the lani Is une4ualeJfor sgrhultu rsl purposes Itwlllrroduc a bal of totlon lu the Uni of raise J Inacre or will grow other crop the tone The soil neslsnofertiurersand RIsesayhblwhlchcannolte elctlledtaueaarelowt- he title is rerecun who guys Delta farm and timber lands at present prices is making an In vestment that he will never regret This land Is dl vUed Into tracts ranging front 40 sacs to the tract to acres to th Iran and rrlen front 3 l perscr to Ji6 acre according to location etc areauthodtaibythecompany who owns these lands to State that a other parties are consUtrlng the reb of these lands that we ofler then tracts ltoprbrulewlthdrswsi from make or change in price wlthonl However when podded they hold any tract out of market long enough for the purchaser to make an Investigation About isooo acres of this land has heels sold by the CoOl pany since we received this option For further par leut call stew office No IS230 acre farm mile of Crab Orchard Ky thick dwlllngS rooms two tenant house two barm will an spring nest dwelling Farm In hlghstat ol cultivation ISO acre river bottom IDdlOfd fencing fruit etc Price ttO00 an sen Not nice farm al Highland well lmprov SIwell watcrrd etc PICIiOO- 6tanesoflandonjamestown road south of Dunnvllle acres In cultivation about t s area In tlnberanJ rest In grass large new tram dwell Ing also an old dwelling on place new Urn and wo oM ones It Is well watered and the fencing Is good On public road Price tifoo Also a 60 barrel mill In Mercer county Kyon Salt Hlvcr Steam power dwell to ato In every particular and ae wltb Improvement 20 acres of One lad close to Southern railroad Price t9 000 No lasCotta a In Lancaster 77 kit front and feet deep All necesssry outbuildings except barn Everything Is new and In good shape Cot age contains rooms hall veranda back ad basement Clues to school churches etc Prlc 1250000 No 70Ten acre of land two story front cot age seven room hall etc House Is new a good arden and spIendid orchard of 4 acres fencing 0altwostables bUlKY houseamuke house eta A well on plce there a also a good mill lbe a g04 crusher In mill It run by nit uralpowerwhUih is a great economy and the dim Is In good repair Will sell lbe property at a low figure or lease It No 26 Frame hotel Urge rooms double verso du hallway tlC A largo I story storeroom meting suet Met irons hotel up stairs suits blefordws 2 nice cottage nicely furnished aperd and painted 4 rooms and veranda each trga barn on same used u liverystable Ood- uden Vacao lot dJolalnl by 200 deep All of this property II In London Ky Is a fine chance for some one to mate money- oprielorhasrefused rtntproporly for 130 pet month health of wife 001 Steno for Mlllnll rroprletor dealru to ucbOIIf- or sum In Lincoln county Uo111A small farm acres or god land located close to town Price 12 Mo 90 of land Fortytlacrmm Somerset Kycut In oven fields eultlva to urn In puture balance In timber Dwell- contains seven room Large barn and all nec outbuilding en inplen-ary Well watered Price Sl800 No28160acr of landln mites fcountykanuaa six mllll from Seventy ureoflanl Is river bottom Is nntcltssUnd od in grass This land Is for sale or 325 exchange acre In Allen county Ky on railroad and about acres cultivated about 125 In timber and grass and about is cut to Inche ISOI grass Timber on place but will make barrel hlng lea tree and cord wood enough to ray fore place twico over A large part or rooms ed are four dwelllalt each and one tore of twostorlet wltb room above baa wells and springs of water U In 2u10 or countV seat grows tobacco- corn wheat grass etc for l2200 Onehalf cah Dry FeetThere is nopart of ones dress so neces sary to be well cared for and looked after as the cJ E 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 anotherIstock 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 Bestc are built today of 4 better sole leather better upper leather than any goods on the market today Try them and compare them with any goods at same factsIWe sell them tttgtrr fir H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKYr 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 Tarnishesw NTAti PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded NOTICE I IIIUnllJilekOnrrnnl couutlen ono minting ono cult ortlur ot snout Iriiicliirvlllv Ky It giV situ pltoNllr to lulu tlint I have known Mr Iunsford for ytiirn nnit thnt ho- thoroughly riBMiiulhlo mid truthful Wliut lao lulls you ulxmt the wonderful nut clilnu eitn bo relied on K U WAlTtlN Poultry And Eggs Wanted will prey highest market price for Tur poultryAlsooy omcuonlm onterHL J LDuck local manager U JJ Northcott t1STANFORD For Sale Privately Onodotibtu seated cnrrlaae with polo t IrollnClIalrWuahrindP UHAYHlllllronl Ky 3500 Range Anulegnnt teulliouiid rouge 0 cnp all voniul with It with imch II purclmo for cash only I will give it ticket to each pur olmacrof Mvrchnndlo at my store Horne ono will get thlt elegant range Oomu and son U Just receive a sloe line of llnm burgs KduliiK OallcoenAo Phono Cum I IxrlrndQ ll 1IAHHI8 Oral Orchard Ky I r i Table Linens 11r c nro nt tills tlmo olli ring tximo special value1 in Table Linaiia that we catit offer later Como and ook these over k III INtNl SPECIALS containing 22 add 8 yards regular Voice OSjft Trico now fiOc nnlIiiBUCKUIXKD DAMASK tho pruttiost goods for the money ever made I Sg phew two pretty patterns at COc Napkins to mntoli nt 81CO dozen 0 iLQOM DICK LINEN out vrcanjUI others very strong and washes easy Two pattern flOo yanl I BTAKKOUD Kv Fr r 180 T nya I PERSONALS Mil J W BRYANT of Somoriot wn I hero Saturday MJ88 MAn D KavNuny Is with Hustonvlllc friend I Die W H VAUOHAN was in Anlllr son county last week Mil B D CARTER left yoatorday Jor tlt Woat nrosjwcUnj It S ScunUEii went up td Ulchmo yesterday on business MR lHB STONE in in a Louisville hospital having his eyes treated Mn H H GANTRY was over Crom Frankfort Friday and Saturday MRS P M McHoiiHUTS spent several days with the homofolka at Area din Miss Tufts CARPKNTBII will enter lain the Thursday Afternoon Club un the 7th MIL AND MRS JOHN H MKRSIION oC t Somerset nro with their daughter Mrs A O Hill PRO W C GniNSTBAi ofDanvill was the Ruoat of his daughter Mrs J W Ireland Mil AND MlUJ J W IIOSWHLL ot Shelby wcro guests of Mr and Mrs Wilt Severance Miss ErTA GOOCH of Wayncsbur is visiting her sister Mm K M Pet tus Somerset Journal Mna SUSAN YBAGEK leaves Wednesday for New Orleans to visit her si tor Mrs Joseph Johnson UKV L M OMFR und family nro spending the week at Crab Orchard Springs with Mm J D Willis DANIEL S HOUMAN little son of Mi and Mrs J H Ilolman is lit with whooping cough and other troubles Sock THE Young Married Peoples Club will meet with Mm John U FOJ tcr Thursday Fcby 14 at 8 oclock Miss SADIE UAUOHMAN and brother Mr Henry Baughman of Hustonvlllc aro guests at Mr M S Uaughmans HOIUOK UOWMAN of tho Dluegras Tobacco Co Is seriously III of typhoid fever at the Gait HousoCourier Jour nal MISSES OriiKUA LACKEY and Mary Bailey of Crab Orchard arc guests or tho Misses Alcorn and other friend here MR 11 n WILKINSON and fnmili nnd Mr Ed Wilkinson and family nn in Goaty at tho bedside of Mr John W Moore who is critically ill A HCTURB of Mr and Mrs E C Gaines handsome little eon Claude appeared In Saturdays CourierJournal Their homo is In Lancaster Miss FRANCES MACKLIN who hat been tho attractive guest of tho Misses Mueller for the past month will leave for her homo at Chicago today MR AND MRS JAMES F CUMMINS took llttlo Ida Leo Campbell over to her parents at Wibnoro Sunday Sho had been with them a month or two MRS W K SlIUOARS and handsome little son took Fridays train for their homo at lirodhcad They had been visiting Mr K L Tanner at McKin fey MR Joni GREEN and wife of Missoula Montana aro visiting tho family of Mr J E Carson on his ranch near Red Rock Okla Mr Green is a broth whom sho had not 4or of Mrs Carson seen since ho left his boyhood homo in- S Lincoln county Ky a good many years ago for tho West Ho Is looking well and prospering in his Western homo whero ho is In tho lum ber business Mr Green will return to Montana next week Red Rock Opin ion LOCALS- LocusT posts for sale D C Slpple McKinney Ky rislt oysters and celery Saturday Mrs W S Jones Tills weather Is calculated to make one beliovo in tho ground hog theory THE young men of Stanford will give a swell danco at Waltons Opera House Feb 22WashlngtonB Birthday HAZARD Perry county Is to havo a 40000 courthouso and poor old Lin coin can not afford a 35000 oneso the voters think Tim teachers of tho Baptist Sunday school will meet with Mrs C Fowler this evening at 7 oclock also tho aid society Friday afternoon nt 230 SEVERAL cono pulleys for sale at this ofllcc FOR RENT Nice cottage J C Mc Clary NEW patterns in mptng Mrs K P Miller Stanford GooP lotter prow lor sale ut your own prlco This ofllcc Sue Mrs unto P Miller hove ing your stamping done A FEW stoves to sloop out aL a bargain Singletons Store MY harnwa for the spring trade is Come look at it J C McClary KKWAKP lOe fortchtpdr of rent stretchers returned by Fob 5th 1001 George H Farris J R EDMISTON Crab Orchard hal extended his sale of store accounts Cora short time by request of several customers Tim little scamp of a ground hojt saw his shadow Saturday and it looks like wo arc to have bad weather sour time yet TilE creditors of John A Wright arc requested to file with mo immediate their claims verified as required by law J B Paxton WANTED nn experienced farm hand ono with small family Will pay goo salary to right man J L Barnes Rowland Ky on J F Cook farm ON account of the inclement weather a small crowd attended tho plcasinj recital given by Miss Susan Porte Yates of Richmond at tho Grade School Friday evening JUDGE W 1 DA wreceived n telegram Saturday telling of tho death at Sheridan Wyoming of his relative Mr BH Frazuro a rich old bachelor Tho deceased had a number of relatives in this section ON Monday March 4th 1007 the Fiscal Court of Lincoln county will sealed bids for stone gravel nn ditching contracts on tho various sec tions of turnpikes in Lincoln county See advertisement next Issuer JAMES MILLERS homo near lisle Well burned the other day the building catching from n defective flue Mrs Miller who is an aged woman wa alono when tho building caught and sho- succeeded in saving very little of it contents tap HUSTONVILLE is now a dry town both saloons closing their doors for the last tlmo into Friday night Unless thc court of appeals does something Stanford will join tho largo and growing list of drys Saturday Rowland will bo wet until August next MR S BunKeho clever Junction City liveryman will sell his livery outfit at public auction about March 1st ilo will also hold a combination salo of work horses harness horses and mules tho same day If you havo something In that line to sell write Mr Burke at unction City IN thethree national bank statements wo find that they have a to talot 54394404 as individual deposits ubject to check There is undoubted Iy a great deal of money in the country now Those of you who owe for your paper last year will please call and set tlo and It will only reduce your deposit TUB Masonic Lodge hero has begun tho concrete work on a new hall which wilt bo completed in the early summer ays n Crab Orchard dispatch This jdgo has had an unusual share of mis urtune having lost its hall by firo hrco times in tho last 10 or 12 years The now one will bo a largo and sub tantla structure of stono and brick BOONE Mr Charles W Boone aged 82 died at his homo near May wood yesterday and will be buried in the family burying ground near thereat 10 oclock this morning His wife died a year or moro ago but nine chil dren all grown are left to mourn the loss of a kind and indulgent father Mr Doollo had been a member of tho hristian church for many years and was ono of Lincoln countys best citl zens He was a strong democrat and never scratched a nominee of his party 110 was the father of Mr James H Doone tho clever liveryman of this ptaco I i Long SilK Gloves ftansraytnen I Now took of Klbow Silk Gloves just in Cone libW riiitl get n pair na they promise to bo almost ns scarce ns last season At present wo have black nt SKnnd 8170 white nt 8175 HEMP land for rent Mise Nancy VnnDovccr MONDAY next is county court day Drop in and tell us some news TUB tintinnabulation of the sleig bolt is being heard in the land Tun Knights of Pythias lodge hore Is on a boom Thorn were 14 petitions for membership at a recent meeting NutiPCHATBL Van Roaaem Bros Edoam Pineapple New York crear cheese all just in George H Farris BROWNSTEIN Solomon Brownstclr father of Mrs S Goldstein of this place died in Louisville Friday Oled flO nnd wns buried their Sunday The whole Goldstein family attended the but is WE are glad to learn that Mr II Clay Hamilton of Lancaster who In tho hour of extreme sufferings attempted to destroy himself is gettin on nicely with good chances of his recovery TilE littlo daughter born a few dAS ago to Mr and Mrs Thurlow W Jons- ot the Maywood section died Satunlu and was buried in BulTalo cemcter Sunday afternoon Tho little thing had been named Helen Norman and was a beautiful child WANTED middleaged woman with neat appearance and good charac ter to take charge of housekeeping and cooking for family of three in lancas- ter Ky Good home and liberal prio paid Recommendation of charade must como with first letter Address Box 216 Lancaster Ky JUDGE VORIS and Chief of Police Lo gan Wood ore determined that not a vagrant shall dwell within the gates or tho city and therefore will begin at once to oust all those who are able to work but lie around leading an idle life Advocate Judge W A Tribbli and Chief R G Jones aro requested to emulate the good example tho Danville officers are setting MATRIMONIAL James Harklcroad and Miss Nanni Owens popular young people of Bar bourvllle were married last week The Washington Post says that ex Secretary John G Carlisle is to wed Mrs Logan sister of hurry St Georg Tucker president of tho Jamestown Exposition but Mr Carlisle denies the reportTho longexpected union of Miss Nancy Waddlo and Mr R L Joplin will be consummated Feb 7th nt the home of the brides parents Judge nm Mrs J H Waddle Tho bonniest bride and tho cleverest groom that Somerset las seen during tho year will receivi- ho congratulations of their legions or friends and wellwishers Somerset ournal Tho taking of testimony concerning the conduct of the colored troops at trownsvillc Texas which resulted in heir dismissal by the president is ex pected to begin before tho Senate com nitteo on military affairs in Washing ton this week- Breathitt county land cases Involv- Ing the title to a tract valued at 800 000 will go back into tho courts the special Arbitration Committee which has worked for months failing to reach an agreement on the terms of a settle mentTho question whether or not the New York Produce Exchange shall increase its trading so as to include nearly all tho stocks dealt with in tho curb market is expected to be taken up at a meeting of tho exchange on Thursday- A party of 11 men explored the new ave discovered near Georgetown and Called to reach tho limits of any of the eight passages Natural gas was found and two of tho party wore almost over comeAt a depth of G10 feet the Standard 011 Co has struck oil in their Tompkins well No2 on Fannie creek Cumber land county By actual test the well reduced 62 barrels of oil in 24 hours Sixtyone bodies havo been taken from the Stuart mine disaster near Charleston W Va Preston H Leslie twice governor of Kentucky is seriously IIIat his homo at Helena Mont James Woods sold to Harrodsburg irtiea his crop of tobacco at 12c roundThe at Moral Shelby county will be discontinued Feb 28 Joseph Mi Penn a wealthy citizen of Scott county Is dead FOR SALE I +ItwduI nt once liner nt Irh nt Inv pout In O1entfu eseellent little milKcow wry good and hnrnenH uootl cook 101I frotxl lifAtlnti tore HI nice chIck iMHlMonilK nml springs tnhle am OUiilxwril clmlr dtehra etc I deem to toll by or Ufon IMi s M MritiJK D J SMITH DEALER IX Conoral Merchandise and Country Produce GILBERTS CREEK KY In the IMttrlvt Court of III Ulllt1 Htnt For the astern District of Kentucky In the mutter of tMl Kerr- Mhudord Ky Pet 11- 47nltingortlie HHUII4 f tilt alas imniMl who has lm n mlJuilRtVl o llnnkrup will le hhilit the olllr of tlu Itrderer lit Htnnfonl Kyun tin llth of February llifl ntVoclovU AM to elect trustee for the o tntc of will Itiinkrupt nml for tho trim notion of other bunliwM nn inny Come In tore tlir testing Oompty with wctlon 87 of the Hinkrupl Act ooncurnlnK proof ur olnlin othirwliu your elnllll run not nl lowwl J N MAONIIiIM Uefrreo In Hunk ruptcy NOTICE I Lincoln Circuit Court W II Dnililvrnr on thn tho charter of tho town of Itowhunt Ida coin county Ky IwdlinolvetliiinlnnnuliMl The IIlIdrIKIU d II Duddurnr am tho o w hoe imtnoii lire npionilid to the w tltlon heroin referred liurehy Rive folio tint tbl have llhxl In Ii olllcv of the clurl of the Lincoln circuit court n petition In which they ask that the charter of the fowl of Ilowlnnd Lincoln county Ky be an fluted oust luoh flulIlclltltlOIIr IHuIlTHf end Moth er style tliemselve cltlzeni taxpnyerinm letal voters of Mild town or Thnl iwtltlon will lie heard liy the Lincoln ctrculi court nt Its regular Kohrunry tern Wl W II DumiKKAn Etc I J K Iloldnin clerk of the Lincoln clr cult court hereby certify that n petition touch in the rote deccrllied In tho sltovo no tlcu was filed In my olllco on Jan 0 IK7 Vitness my hand IK clerk nforennld tlili Jan v IW 1FJIo1DAxI1- UCPUBLIC SALE I will sell nt puhllp Mile at place on the s nier et iilkeliSj inllei from Htnnfonl on TITKHDAY VKll 12 IMl the following detcrltxxl projMrtyi Funn tug Implement Including lwo horse wag oiuand wagon buggy and curl l buckboard l hrnklllI cart tI lot of buggy and wagon hnrne i about biiihel if et al oatt and tutor 4UI luilen tiny IS sharks Colic household and kitchen furniture I line ktnlllon Ante Carlo two good JH ki lluck Vnrnon and Abmm I twoyearold ttnlllon two pair good work mules tllre good briMKl mores bred to junks fhnw dd Illly well broke to drive I nice twoyearold rente filly three isle j l i one eur oltirniceyoungewes buck nice brood saws oboist i straw lot of Iliiukmnltli Tools or 15 bushels potatoes nml lots Of other thing too numerous to mention One good money safe Hood re frlKerntor VlllHl offer otitTS stores or iniidlf nut told before wile Term made kiown on day of sale WILLIAM MKIKLDH Col J rClmndler A- uctPOSTED We whoso names appear below strictly forbid hunting flsblng or kind of tres passing on our plncfi hind will pro ucutu vl olntora to the full extent of the law Fret VonClruvntgnn Ilelchenbach Ilros- Fml VonAlliniiij VonOruvnlgaii Fred llaumann CSeorge Holnie K Uelctienbach Joseph llallou- AC Dunn M J Ilofniann XIlInydcnelch M II Klinoro David Stephens Marvlloirinaiin- L Nunnelley J W Daughman- ChrUtlnn Irayson Jl Carpenter Jacob Jeisweln Ham I ameron Mrs MJAshloek COHonor Fred ilandorf MmM Iendleton W LOonllcrf J NevlnOarter- 1eter llalmer J CiimenUch ireen Kerrlll W n Daugherty j K llruce Dunk Korniur- AndorkonOnrr J 0ilprntt J K lover W K Alnon J WIk UK Martin Mesker A Inxton W U tr Martin Hiunuel rdudeny Muses Ulrr HIimiMiii 11m s V W Carter Men Martin M K Lawrence Chris Jacob RIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY AI80 Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic turc Frames Shades Laco Curtains alld Wall Taper Mr E T Beazley has charge of- tho Undertaking Department TRIBBLE a PENCE Da Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 i Kid GlovesaNow stock of fresh goods just in Two clasp Black Whito nod Colors a 8100 Two and three clasp Black and Colors real French kidnt 8176- IDButton Glace in Black White nnd Colors at S200 16Button or Elbow Glace Glbves Black nUll White at 8825 as long as this lot lasts All gluies fitted if desired r C SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY IIUIllyc1 L fatplesMrs t p4W1fM I i4AIFbJ tf+ M hl4F4 ++M F+4 141- 4r The Ground Hog Saw his shadow and according to t tradition we will have six weeks tmore Winter Therefore give up the that Spring is almost here and that you can make last Winters 4clothes last till Spring Come and let us protect you against the coldiblasts of Winter by supplying youIwith Good Dry Shoes and Overshoes I Heavy Underwear Furs and all cessories to Winter dress We acIt also prepared to show you Spring line of Embroideries Laces t Nainsooks Long Cloths Cottons Etc r L M RUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY ttII III 1eT PENCE Dealer in Buggies Wagons Farming Implements Harness Etc Stanford Kentucky 4wZ4X Tooth Powder Purest and Best We Recommend It Inported Direct from Japan f PRICE 25c STANFORD DRUG CO ombination Sale of liigh lass horses To be held at DANVILLE KY FEB 19 AND 20 1907 F Reid Co will sell 125 select Business Horses consisting of Saddle Harncsa Coach and a number of fine teams Also young Stallion for Saddle and Harness by Bourbon Chief 076 Dorsey GoldduetiJ2052 Prince Rupert 887 Cecilian Chief 33C98 Ac Tho product from Kentuckys best blood wilUbo represented a The Interior Journal I Enlmd in the Potl0jice Stanford aI tnemddau matter tOBSDAYB AND FJUDTB S7DRL1KUBD 100 PEJRYEAR CASH When not 10 paid ItOO will be Charge TURKEYS I H Ilronic Turkey pure bra WI II from Mnl 2Idlnwinningnddnas11Mrs wlte Ir Vltw loultrynrll1 iWehy- NEWr LIVERY STABLE BUBSB fi CLAllESON1rcraI JUNCTION Turnoutl at Beaionabl Bate r tnOlauSpecial Attention to TraYtlIng Men and Hay For Self r For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land iltuatea outside of town limits on the Somerset fast House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser pike cellar stable and eligoodpnts room necemry outbuildings Water hydrant In lobe yard andone for J p BAILEY A S PRICE7 Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately determined to quit farming 1 will if1tavlDg my farm of 2Ib ncres near Xore1nndon the O miles from DnvllleYK males from Ilustonvtllu well Oroll consist of corn hny f nuatEd on horses ntld and iKOoa oats mares stocklennets Wilt sell nt n tuargaln It I tend a buyer In the next so or 40 days B KINO Morolnnd Ky INSURANCElire AMrtdent None Lowest Pos Sbl DliMesUudraTnikthssreying lleo HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Retldence Phone No 82 Two Farms For Sale 3 with to sell my farm of 170 Mnt5 mules west of Lancaster on the Lexi pike It II well Improved and hu and timber fenced buildingsIn good repairead Inrm of 100 acresAlso mi between Lancaster and IAlx lying midway Ikes Good outlet each way Well anoedTVrms reasonable T I II KURINO Marksbury Ky liVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Tffcy buy readymade clothing when there ao little difference In the price of ready nbytannxperiensced tenor I tueaiure have a kmwlsome line u Winter good an make from n low price badness suit to Utofinestdreif suit Also Oercoats Troul s arsnnd Fancy Vets The company I rep seat It second to none 1H O BUlLKV The Tailor Htnnfonl Ky JAMES Mt PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DrAlEB U- TBulldlnc Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build tiers Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build ing purposes and do all kinds of con Crete work Prices dn application o e lCeear Undertaker Embalmer and Dialer in HarnesaSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY OBlcu Phone 107 Home Phone 19 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm sn Also Dealers in Fur aiture MattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for 1xisKinds of Stock Givo Them a Call Prices Right BTArlFORD KENTUCKY tM P t FARMERS DEPARTMENT Three Mnglo Poland China Doors Price 16 each W M Bright 58 acres of hemp land for rent Mrs Rebecca R Carpenter Hustonville FOR SALnSix red Berkshire boars ready for service J C Lynn Stan ford Twenty good threeyearold mules for tale Will sell In pairs B G Fox Danville tW L Graham sold G C Morris or Iowa three 3yearold jacks at 375 Harrodsburg Herald Pair red sorrel mules three years old this Spring and 16 hands for sale Powell Depp Hustonville Ky SALE500 shocks of fodder and IFORstacks of hay A W Carpe Ky phone No9 Junction City A Barbourville syndicate has sold to Coon Co of PittsburR Pa 1200 acres of coal land near Artemus Knox county for 42000 Three sheep came to my place near Ottenheim about two months alto Owner can get them by paying for this notice and their keep Sam Zwahlen LOST last Monday black hog weigh- Ing about 130 pounds with few whit spots ring between nostrils curly hair right car crapt Reward for recovery Embry Bros Charles Marvin one of the best known trainers and drivers of trotting horses died at Lexington after an ill ness of several months Ho sat behin Sunol when she dethroned Nancy Ranks as queen of the turf Buy your fertilizer field and grass seed from me and save freight Writ for sample and prices on what you need James D Shelby Junction City Ky 1 carry in stock flour bolted meal bran ships tuff lime salt cement brick stock food poultry food pearl grit oyster shell linseed meal cotton seed meal A T Traylor bought in Rockcastl county a 151 hands black jack for 500 This fine jack has made two seasons In the East End of Lincoln and has prov- en a good breeder and splendid mule jack Mr Traylor will make the com ing season with him and brood mare owners will do well to bear him in mini when they breed R S Scudder of McKin ey sold tL D Merry of Nolin Hardin county his stallion Red Rex for 1250 This is one of the handsomest stallions f the State four years old and 16 hand high lIe has a fine head and neck good short back extra bone and mus tied like his sire and will become fa mous as a breeder Ills sire Rex Pea vine has won more blue tics than any stallion in Kentucky and his owner has refused 5000 for him Rex McDon aid the sire of RexPeavine thesire If Red Rex sold for 14500 after de feating all the principal show horses In the State Red Rexs dam leone of thi best brood mares in Madison county with a double cross of Gray Eagle In her Mr Berry certainly has a jewe in this fine horse The Rex Peavinei are very high in this State Bud Dunn of Madison had a filly by Rex Pen vine that he won 13 blue ties with and RusS Railey of Versailles bought her for 1000 Red Rex is a sun breeder ofbctlon Lincoln county horsemen are very sorry Indeed that Mr Scudder has sold this horse D 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 had rundown in weight to 135 pounds and soughing was constant both by day md by night Finally I began taking Dr Kings covory and continued this for about six months when my cough and lung trouble were entirely gone and I was restored to my normal weight 170 pounds Thousands of persons are healed every year iuarnteed at Pennys Drug Store Do and 61 Trial bottle freer Howard P Frothingham largest money broker In the United States and the man who negotiated call loans for many of the big financial institutions of New York City is dead us the result of injuries received in jumping out- of a window while delirious Hunting for Trouble Ive lived In California 20 years and am still hunting for trouble in id way of burns soreswoundsbolls cuts sprains or a case of plies that ucklens Arnica Salvo wont quickly cureII writes Charles Walters of Al lcRhany Sierra county No use hunt- Ing Mr Walters it cures every case Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Grass widows may of course be blue But I have never seen No more has any one of you A single one thats greenPhilade p Ma Press p p A Valuable Lesson Six years ago I learned a valuable lessonII writes John Pleasant of Magnolia Ind I then began tak- Ing Dr Kings Now Life Pills and tho longer I take them the better find them They please everybody Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store 250 William B Bright a prominent young islness man is dead at Richmond t CORNS CURED Corn Exit will po I lively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle oC this great preparation only costs 16 cents nothing n perfect cure Is not speedily effected G Penn druggist Ky Tho widow of former Senator Thomas II Bowen of Colorado died from grief over her husbands death which occurred one month ago Farm for Sale or RentI TurntnIIjfortipcusiuiry outbuildings In ual rem Tvrin private AiKln iJ KiOUVKHUo bin Ky or on to K Bower Oil the plncl Olympian Springs Voter You nn urged to try Olympian HlrlnRiI Water for llliiUmatl in Nervousness nil KDitlon COlntlll llonl1Ier Kidney nll1 llltulilur Troul U Uttor Awk thow who IIIIU used It K M Hlms lro IlelontllleJesse W Sweeney rsorsl area ivory Food and Salo Statl Lancaster Ky NOTICE wu e want every person that In nllllcte with rlieumiitUm kidney trouble or nil oIlstnl nrl ln from blood to try ltunteoiIngto directions or your autne3 will lw r funde Kncli imcknKU contain dose with a reclsteretl guarintee 1rlcn 1111 Yor enluby It William Agent McKlnney K FARM FOR SALE I I wish to sell prlviiUly my farm of Iacresthe old Abraham rites near the Ot tenhclni plkeaS miles from Orab Orelinn loud re dtnct of seven rooms Outbuilt lugs in fairly gad rupnlr Well at kltohe door IInti four sprlna on the farm Term reaonahle fared lies on best dirt road In the county J I IIATlitHtnnfunlKyII Nice Home for Rent I deslro to rent for the year Iv07 my pine of 1 aero of round one stile from rune ford on Danville Street It contains a two story renldence of live rooms two hull rli 11tern cellar Servants rixmi anti all outbuild Iori loii given Immediately A pllcnnts will please apply to J II 111x1011 JOIN HIlUniT Jit VITAE Oi E Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Ialn Killer nnrm Dnitroycr Disease Hun llcr lltotNl Vltallzer Health and Htrength Restorer N II Bogie Marksbury Kentucky General Agent The National Bunk of HustoQvUle- at llustoiivlllf In the Htate of Kentucky nt the close of hU4lnoll Jan lad nrOUltorII rxwni and Dlsoount IIMOT Dverdraftswvurfdaiduneeurcd lases0 U Bonds tohocure circulation Itftt 00 tanking houiHfurnltureiind lures Slu Uuufrom Nationallluuksiwtro- send agents Sltftl r DUI from Htato Jiiink A Hunkers mil a- Duu from approved reM rvuagent IJWJI Mieuks unit other cash Itims u Notes of other National Hank VMS nutloiwl uii or currency nick vU nndcent WI Sjiwful Monny Kesvrvo In flunk vlxt HjHde lj5toui- j4iiltetulerI notuK Ijuunn 13010 ledemptlon fund with UHTreu urer 5 IHT contot olraulntlon eGSi- UEfII21711 MAIIIUTIKH- lapltal Htook pall In fdpt uo urplusfund 15UI ifndlvlded prolltit loss uxwnse nod taxes paid SOM rational Hunk note ontHtandliig tOO W Due to other National Hunk 1I6 ni lullvlduul deports suhjectcheck llJlili lvurvvd for taxes 11W to IItli III of Lincoln 11tIlockcrOosldcrofI theabovenumnl IlIlIIk do foliiiinly swear that the above iiUiiiiMit Is true to tho Nnt of my know Igamid liellef J W HOCKKH Cashier Huh crIlKtllln sworn to iNfore tun tide IIIY of Feb J WHosklna N My JMiiiilvslou at end of next hesslun or Htnto Henate of Kentucky Correct Attest Kdward Alcorn T J oblnson anti J W Powell Directors HERIFfS SATES For Stats and County Taxes e By virtuo of Tux Warrants which i hell from Clerks Office of the Iin- coin County Court I or one of my iputics will on Monday February 11 190 between tho hours of 9 t and 4 r sr ut the courthouse door in the city of Stanford Lincoln county Ky sell for cash in hand to- pny the State mid county taxes for- 190G the following described property or much thereof us may be nec dsWsautikt5Y41jbtXA essary to pay said taxes with nil pcn shies costs and interestT HILL Sheriff of Lincoln County Ky STANPOIIU DISTHIOT WIIIT- Kirazlett Win 23 acres land 4 00 Thompson ilra Uio V oil acres land 2 O Wnrron Miss Mary town tot 7 20 fiTANFOItl DISTUICT COIOHK- IHreckinridgc Abe hrs 1 acre lOiEnu8Rout Sam town lot 4 30 Smith Robt eN U 1 ncrclaud 2 69 CKAnOltCIIAUI ll9T lCT WIIITK Brown Mary N It 2U acres land 2 60 Haggard hrs 80 acres land 3 10 Obi Cole 11 acres land 5 85 Delaney Mrs Kato 50 acres land 2 Kniuineky Mrs Knrolino 80 acres land 0 70 Krigcr Fred N U 24 acres laud 2 85 Leisure Joe S hrs 105 acres land 7 20 Lewis 0 P N It 100 acres land 4 15 Lynch J F 25 acres land 4 JC Noaks James N H 10 acres 2 00 Noaks James 10 acres laud 4 55 Rogers John 25 acres laud 4 2OI Hose George N It 59 acres land 3 5 0 Smith Mrs Amanda 130 ncrcs land 3 10I Weaver B M lire 50 acres land 2 CIIA1I OHCIIAUI DI9TKICT COIOUK1 Cruise Emma 22 acres land 2 ao Curtis Sam G acres laud 4 40 Hays Cal 15 acres laud 4 00 Higgins Amanda hrs 2 acres land 2 HO Lackey Ike G acres land 4 20 Lackey Hob 27 acres laud 10 Perkins Ilobt house and lot 4 60 Smith J II S It 2 acres land 2 5 WAYNBSBUKO DIKTHIIT WIIITK Adams II C 131 acres land 5 Akcr J W 12 acres land Bastin S B 155 acres land I 05 Baugh Silas A 32 acres land 410 Bunu M S N It 100 acres land I 16 Beveily L U N II 50 acres land B nr Bird Joseph 50 acres land f 26 Cope J W N II G ncrcs land 2 51 Cravins W It N It IOU aural land It 75 Dougherty J A N It 110 acres loud 5 70 Goodbody Joe N R 30 ncros land tl 10 Govcr J S N It G7 acres laud 4 U Hail Jefferson 28 acres laud I3t Hilton Mrs George N It lot 8 K KCiup Fred N It 10 nctroa laud 2 81 areas James N It GO sores land 3 10 Lovc G L Sr N It 10 acres land 3 10 IllCh Mrs Mattie 25 acres land 2 GO iitchie Edward N R 350 acres land G 70 iloorc David 15 acres laud 4 30 Moore I C N R 121 acres mend 4 GO lorgau Mrs M J 40 acres land 330 organ Wm 100 acres laud 5 25 lulling Mrs Mullio 1 acre land 2 30 arkhill Dr 12 acres land 4 00- erryP W 150 acres land 12 15 Pitmnu Mrs Laura 37 acres land 3 10 Sims M lira 25acres land 2 10 Singleton Mrs Elizabeth 05 acre land 3 10 Smith Mrs Amanda 50 acres land 3 10 iiddcth A 0 hrs 50 sores 2 55 WAYNIJSIIUIMI DISTlllOT COIOUIU- wsley Washington 30 ncrosh 10 uusTONViua Disriticrr WIIITK Akins Mrs Frances 1 acre land 7 J- OIlnrl W II 180 acres luau G 10 Iceper G S IK acres laud 5 20 ells John 22 acres tall 310 Farris Too E N R 22 acres land 8 25 Williamsl Henry N Itftottiu lot 3 10 U8TOYILLI1ISTRiCTCOLOIII1own 10 IJrown John 1 acre land 4 00 Gooch Cam 4 acres land 5 10- J American Field Fence I I Strongest and Best Made Let us Supply You Now Before a Further Advance in Price i 11 W B PerkinsCrab I Orchard Another CarLoad of OLD HICKORY WAGONS At I W H HIGG1NS Stanford KentuckyJ PUMPS All Kinds all prices any dep- thROOFING t All kinds afl prices S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner null Ilumbcr j DEMITC fi ETS DE IjiMME9S DE SPVtS fj DE FILESlI Stock of above now complete Call and see them Q GEORGE H HARRIS oil r i Let This Office Print Your Stationeryt