You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): n. Friday, February 8, 1907. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton, Stanford, KY 1907 int1907020801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): n. Friday, February 8, 1907. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905). E.C. Walton, Stanford, KY 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. k THE INTERIOR JOURNAL t VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8 1907 NO 93 Bobbitts Jottings STANFORD Feb 6Being stranded again in this city and this time In a snow drift I will Indite a lino or two to the best semi hebdomadal newspa per between tho two oceans Mart Moore has been back again from WIN liamsburg has moro cattle at Mrs Mallards among them 12 milk cows Ho la much pleased with tho INTKIUOH JOURNAL and tho notice taken of his advent Inst county court day and will bo here again tho llth I saw my much esteemed friend yesterday Mrs A M Poland I had not seen her since they used to send their lovely daughters to tho court house after mo moro than two decades ago I told Mr Feland that the only objection I had to his kind hospitality was ho put mo to death in n triangular manner Ho fed mo to death treated me to death and talked me to death My lamented friend has crossed over tho silent river now I never knew a kinder nobler or more generous man The passing years leave their dry dead leaves upon the scones of the past Past and passing events nil declare there is an end to all per faction to all things earthly Even the lovely maiden upon whose damask check tho rose and Illy have woven n texture of beauty will wither fade and fall into decay People often express astonishment that ho who owns such line horses always goes on the train Well ho who always walks will never fall from a horse Ho who sleeps on the floor will never fall out of bed Ho who sups upon n crust will never die of gout The above aro my own home mado maxims The people are still being taxed to death Supervisors raised tho people 222978 If tho 119 counties do like wise after the next collection it does seem that wo would not need any more taxes for several years Thb board of equalization may raise us much more If A gives in his horso at 100 and the board raIses him to 200 does not the board double his taxes without increas ing tho value of tho horso 7 And It is tho same with land and any other prop erty I Intend to bo heard on this sub ject of taxation FONTAINE Fox Uonnrrr First Occurrences Postofflces were first established in 14M Printed musical notes were first used in 1473 The first watches were made at Nurelnberg in 1477 Tho first printing press was set up at Copenhagen In 1163 Wood engraving was predicted by Durer In 152- 7Jcrgcns started the first spinning wheel in 1530- Modern needles first came Into use in 1545 Tho first knives were used In Eng land in 1115- 9Religious liberty was granted to the Huguenots in Franco in 1562 and fol lowed by tho massacre of St Bartholo mow In 1572 Tho first wheeled carriages were used In France in 1559 Tho first newspaper was published In England in 168- 8Telescopes were invented in 1500 The first printing press in tho United States was sot up In 1629 Tho first air pump was mado in 1650 Newspaper advertising began in 1C32 Tho first copper cent was coined In Now haven in 1687 Tho first steam engine used in Ameri ca was brought from England in 1753 The first balloon ascent was mado in 1783 Tho first Society for tho Promotion of Christian Knowledge was organized in 1698 Tho first attempt manufacture pins in this country was mado shortly after tho war in 1812 Tho first prayer book of Edward VI came into use by the authority of Parliament on Whitsunday 1549 Glees windows were first introduced in England in tho Eighth century The first steamboat sailed on tho Hudson river in 1807 Tho first sawmakors anvil was brought to America in 1819 Tho first locomotive in this country was used in 1820 Kerosene was first used for lighting purposes in 182- 0Neighbors Got Fooled I was literally coughing myself to death and had become too weak to leave my boll and neighbors predicted that I would never leave It allvo but they got tooled for thanks bo to God I was iniliicnil to try Dr Kings Now Discovery It took just four 81 bottles to completely euro tho cough and rostorunlo to good sound health writes Mrs EVIL Uneaphor of Grover town Stark county moil This King of cough and cold cures and healer of throat and lungs Is guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store GOo and 81 Trial bottle free 4rw MATRIMONIAL In Pulaski during 190G 398 marriage licenses were issued At Fayctte In John May aged 69 was married to MUa Luna Troutman 17 Miss AIllo Trihhlen niece of Mrs P P Nunnelley of this place was married at Richmond to Henry II Rlddcnbcr gcr of Paint Lick At Gray Hawk this State S II Judd who weighs 324 pounds and Miss Flora Lakes who tips tho beam at 110 were united In marriage- So many Somerset girls aro wearing engagement rings nowadays that for a girl to go with her fingers bare looks like an advertisement Time Thu official announcement barring women from the chorus of the Catho lic churches of the archdiocese of Cincinnati has been prepared by Archbi shop Mooller and will be rend in all tho churches next Sunday Miss Hannah Meier the pretty daugh ter of Mr John Molar of tho Highland section was married in Louisville to Mr A R Pearson of that place They left at once for Southern Ohio where Mr Pearson has u good position Miss Meier is a fine young woman and tho man who has won her heart and hand is to be congratulated A pretty home wedding was that of Miss Emma Byrnes and Edward Oaks which took place Feb C at tho homo of Mr and Mrs William Popples Rev L M Omer of the Christian church of this place was the olllciating clergy man The bride is a pretty and accomplished young lady Mr Oaks is an in dustrious young man Only a few in timate friends wero present We join their legion of friends In wishing them all the good things that can come to a happily married pair 0 Resolutions on The Good Samaritan In to much as The Good Samaritan play was a decided success bo it resolved that Stanford Lodge No 150 I 0 0 F extend to Miss Neva L Williams the author of tho play its most profound thanks for her untir ing efforts n making it such a credit able entertainment Bo it further resolved that we approve most heartily of the spirit of tho play and believe that it will exemplify in a vivid manner some of tho grand basic principles of tho order Be it further resolved that wo com mend both tho play and Its author to any lodge of I 00 F that is desir bus of having a pleasing and profitable entertainment Bo it resolved finally that a copy of these resolutions be printed in our local paper also a typewritten copy under seal of our lodgo bo forwarded to Miss N L Williams and that they bo spread upon tho minutes of thin lodge Respectfully submitted J W Ire land J C McClary A C Sine IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Mary Rule little Mary Frye Once so happy and bright Oh so soon to die and fade Like a blooming lower in tho night Only a few short days ago So full of life and love Torn from those who loved her so For a homo in Heaven above Oh why should so fair a flower He in its early bloom cut down tis Jesus calling for Ills brightest gems To sot in His golden crown One more little angel around tho throne Ono moro little soul to its Savior gone Ono moro little voico in the angel band To sing forever in that glorious land Oh grieve not ye loved ones That your darling is no more She is with her loving Savior On the bright BELLE Rising From tho Grave A prominent manufacturer Win A Fartwoll of Luuuma N C relates a most remarkable experience Ho says After taking loss than three bottles of Electric Hitters I fool like ono ris ing from tho grave My trouble Is Url htd disease in tho Diabetes stage I fully believe Electric Hitters will euro mo permanently for it has already stopped the liver anti bladder complications which have troubled mo for years Guaranteed at Ieunys Drug Store Irlco only 50o Green What do r you mean by saying John Brown was a distant relative of yours 7 I thought ho was your brother Brown Well there aro 12 children in our family Hes tho oldest and Im the youngest A Kansas editor says ho is willing to walt until a man sells his hogs to pay his newspaper subscription but ho planttoA laboring man In Mexico thinks ho is entitled to 131 holidays out of the 3G days of the year NEWS NOTES Mrs Russell Sago has given 1000 000 to tho Emma Willard Schools for Girls at Troy N Y Tho Kappa Alpha Fraternity house at tho University of Virginia was destroyed by fire loss 160000 Tho Caleb Powers case was called at Georgetown hut continued to a special term to be held in July or August It is now known that 38 lives have been lost as the result of tho coal mine explosion Monday at Thomas W Va In Cumberland county a fiveyearold child of Henry Richardson found a bottle of whisky and drank enough to kill It- Seven miners were killed and 12 or moro persons injured in a wreck of a coal train near the city limits of Des Moines la- In an explosion at the Thomas coal mines at Thomas Tucker county W Va about 30 men mostly foreigners were killed Tho Panama Construction Company organized to finance tho Panama canal contract filed articles of incorporation at Albany N Y Capt George J Crammer vice presi dent of tho Now York Central railway system and long prominent in tho transportation world is dead In Chicago By order of court the Henderson street railway will be sold at public auction to satisfy a mortgage given to tho former owner Tho upset price is 80000CItizens and town officers of Clover port held up a Henderson Route coal train and compelled tho crew to side track three cars to relieve tho coal famine there Four men were killed and another badly injured when a freight engine on tho C O exploded ner Colby Sta tion A leaking boiler is said to have caused tho explosion Tommy Ryan the middleweight champion after an absence of over two years from the ring knocked out Dave Barry tho young California giant be fore the Whittlngton Park Athletic Club at Hot Springs Tho body of an unknown man was found In the ruins of a boardinghouse which burned at Mayfield and evidence has been found to show that the man was murdered before being burned An investigation is In progress One of tho Negro soldiers recently discharged without honor by the presi dent uttered himself for reenlistment at tho Lexington recruiting station Ho will be accepted if he can prove his Innocence in the Brownsville Texas affairAt a meeting of the Kentucky State Guard officers in Frankfort a resolution offered by Col W B Haldeman of the First regiment asking the Legislature to provide compensation for the enlist ed men for attending drills was unani mously adopted- A fund of 50000 Is to be raised among tho employes of tho Southern Railway for the erection of a monu ment at Atlanta Ga in memory of the late Samuel Spencer president of the road who lost his life in a collision on the Southern railway in Virginia last Thanksgiving day An attempt was made to assassinate Judge David Martin and his son Milton Martin as they rode along the highway in Knott county by men concealed in tho underbrush Milton Martin was shot twice and seriously wounded while Judge Martin was injured by heavy stones which were thown on him In his charge to tho grand jury at Shelbyvillo Judge Peak said If a person Is killed while a passenger or employe on a train by reason of defect ive roadbed cars or appliances it is your duty to indict the management of the railroad tho president superin tendent roadmaster and car Inspector if duo to tho negligent management of tho trainmen then tho engineer fire man conductor and brakeman or either of them should bo indicted for tho killing tlpntlonCuredChronic C Ont who suffers from chronic consti pation is in danger of many serious aliments Orlno Laxative Fruit Syr up curves chronic constipation us it aids digestion and stimulates tho liver and bowels restoring the natural ac tion of those organs Commenco tak ing it today and you will feel better at once Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe tend is very pleasant to take Uofuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store A Virginian has agreed to allow him self to bo scalped by Indians on the first dayof tho Jamestown Exposition for 1000 The rest of us will bo skinned by the hotels for nothing Elizabeth town News TamarFoleys Honey cures tho most obstinate coughs and expos the cold from tho system as It is mildly laxative It Is guaranteed The gen aloe is In the yellow package Pen nys Drugstore i IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John Wages aged 45 is dead in Gar rardJames A Dennis ex Sheriff and a wealthy citizen of Jessamine county is deadWilliam the twoyearold son of Mr and Mrs Smith Hagan of Kirksville was burned to death Monday Henry T Gray an exConfederate soldier and vicepresident of the Perry ville bank is dead of cancer Wm Wingate an aged resident of Junction City died Monday evening af ter a short illness Ho was 64 years of ageFive fellowships each valued at 360 will be given annually by Central Uni versity The first awards will be made next June Gov Beckham has appointed Geo C Webbof Lexington as special judge to try several cases at Harrodsburg ono of which is the city of Harrodsburg against John B Thompson Three yearsago last Monday evening William Rucker operator for the Q C at the Danville depot was foully as soaainated but the perpetrator of the deed has never been located and it is doubtful if he ever willAdvocate Jesse Fitzgerald the Negro who is sentenced to bo hanged at BarbourvIIle on February 15 will be executed on the scaffold owned by Fayette county and on which 10 men have already paid the extreme penalty for their crimes Rev Milton Elliott aged 70 years president of the Kentucky Classical and Business College at North Middletowr died of general debility He was pas tor of Cane Ridge Christian church for several years and was a noted teacher He had been prominently connected with schools at Kirksville and Lancas ter and for eight years was president of West College at Mayfield Ho leaves a widow and nine children William Gay a young farmer of Jackson county came to Richmond and procured a marriage license to wed Miss Sophia Gabbard With the license smlgly tucked away in his pocket Gay started for the home of the young woman When in sight of it he came upon James nnd Joseph PervIs broth ers friends also from Jackson county Just as ho stopped a dispute arose be tween the brothers which terminated in blows Gay jumped out of his bug gy to separate tho combatants when he was shot and instantly killed MIDDLEBURG The public school closed here Friday- J K Coffey has repaired his mill and resumed grinding Clel McAninch has moved to the Cow an property on College street Deputy Sheriff Jack Wells arrested Bill Taylor charged with drawing a pistol on Lulu Wilhoit also colored Taylor has an unsavory reputation In fact most coons have that kind of a repMack Cloyd ran ofF to Lincoln to avoid arrest after trying to blow the day lights out of Walter Wilkinson but John Hogan went up to McKinney Sat urday and arrested and brought him back He will be tried hero on Satur dayProf D E Fogle came homo last week to see his father J R Wilson has returned from Metcalf county whither he had gone to advertise Dif fee soap Mr Wilson speaks very high ly of the people in Metcalf but says the roads are almost impassable P II Taylor returned from BreathiU Mon day where he had been to look at a body of timber Rev W G Tilford went to Pleasant Point Saturday to fill his first appointment as pastor Frank Barger tho mail carrier from this place to Liberty is going it horsy back since the snow KINGSVILLE We have not investigated but the snow looks to bo two feet deep on a levelDr J W Acton has extensively im proved his residencehas in fact made it a beautiful home Born to the wife of Morris Walls a daughter Mr and Mrs Edmund Mur phy and Fount Dishon and family have returned from Celina 0 where they went to run n hotel for Dr C M Thompson J Ed Boland of Burnsidc was hero this week Webster C Bo ger Q C electrician was here this week Roscoe Gooch of Erlanger was hero Sunday Mrs George Rigney was the guest of her mother tat McKinney and attended tho burial of her step father Mr Davidson Mrs Wm Lane has returned from nn extended visit to relatives at Dayton Cincinnati and Lexington Mr Pye of Ludlow was hero last This May Interest You No ono is immune from kidney trou ble so just remember that Foloys Kidney Cure will stop tho irregulari thelreach IToo Jftaijy 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 slfts 1250 Mens Overcoats Cut toO481000 fens Overcoat Cut to 7J8- TfiO liens Overcoats Cut to 498 050 Mens Overcoats Cut to 448 P 500 Mens Overcoats Cut to r8 f iTv v Come in before you buy elsewhere and get our prices SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Are You AwareIn the course of one year that the balance wheel of your watch makes 157680000 revolutions Think Of ItIn time tho oil gums produces friction and wears the delicate bearings destroying tho high finish and per feet fit thus ruining an accurate time piece An ordinary machine is oiled daily Your watch should be oiled once n year Let us ox amino it an honest opinion from us will cost you nothingI employed Mr Louis A McKenzie nn ex pert Watchmaker and Engraver to assist me and we ore the best equipped Watchmakers in the Stale with all the modern instruments nnd material to do strictly firstclass work HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY Special Prices on Heating Stoves at r It r Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries c The Lincoln County National Bank of Stanford Ky r HAS A Capital of r 5000000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 2500000 Individual Deposits 24000000 Available for Use of its Patrons 31500000 First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution wai establUhed 11 the Deposit Dank of Stanford In 1888 then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford In 185 and again reorganlied at the First National Balk of Stanford In 1683 having bad practically an uninterrupted IIIltence for 13 yestl It II hatter supplied now with facllItie for tranlaCt Ineouilnei promptly and well then ever before in its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Hd q Officers J d uOOlnm Prese 8 T RAnnla V Pres J J McROfERTS Ohr W U WEARENAsst Ohr Director t Reid Dwrlile- a T Rurlq Stanford J S Uocker Stanford K L Tanner McKInney M D Elmore Stanford 811 Stanford T P Stanford Jas RobInson Rubble U Raugbman Stanford Pettus Stanford 11 S Tate Stanford firr ot The Interior Journal k E C WALTON t y M F NORTH t acnndldnlefarfeprretntntlveofLlnecr J T ROBERTS Ii Mn ltrnte In tho Oral s Orchard MngtterlnlIMtricteubjectto tho t atlonol thu rDemocrlltlc Ticket Port S Sonutop J C W Beck hara For Governor S W Hager For Attorney General John K fi Hcndricks For State Superintendent Schools M O Wlnrey For Commissioner of AjjHculturo J W Newman j For Lieutenant Governor South TrimbleFor II M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert r Vreelanil For Treasurer Huby LalToon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B ChenaulttTilE question of what shall we do with our cxpresidcnts has found a so lution in the case of the only living one your Uncle Grover who gets a soft snap at half the salary of tho president t of the United States Former Presi dent Cleveland has been elected chair man and chief counsel of tho recently organized Association of Life Insurance Presidents at a salary of 25000 per year TilE United States Senators having increased their own pay 60 per centI did not have the gall to refuse to in crease the salaries of the letter car riers for free delivery offices 16 percent The bill provides for an increase i of 100 per annum for six years until the maximum salary reaches 1200 There is hardly a doubt the action of the Senate will be ratified by the House TilE Somerset Times Woodson May and Cecil Williams editors has reached r our exchange table It is an eight col umn quarto all home print no plate matter and is chockfull of interesting local and State news Tho first number t is a most creditable one and the editors promise that the paper will be better each issue We congratulate the young men on their splendid effort TilE Danville News threecolor edition of Tuesday was a magnificent piece of work evidencing the fact that Brers r Embry and Richardson have a splendid pressman as well as a fine press POLITICAL E B Linney has been reappointed postmaster at Danville- J Spilman will be appointed postmaster at Harrodsburg and W M Anderson postmaster at Nicholasville The bill for a loan of 1000000 to the Jamestown Exposition Company has passed the House and now goes to the President Tho republicans will meet at the Galt House Louisville Feb 14th to decide on the date and method of nomi nating a State ticket Senator Bailey and R N Mentz of Houston Tex almost came to blows LegislativeII The House has passed Representa tive Ollie James bill permitting the Daughters of the American Revolution to erect a drinking fountain at Paducah The bill making the saloon license t 1000 throughout the State was taken up by the Indiana Senate and after a short discussion was passed by that bodyRepresentative Smith of Kentucky is wrought up over the fact that there is no provision in the Rivers and liar bors Bill for the improvement of Green river- In joint session the New Jersey Leg- islatureJ elected Frank 0 Briggs ofI Trenton to succeed John F Dryden as United States Senator Mr Briggs is the present State Treasurer of New JerseyThe Fayette county grand jury at Lexington indicted seven men includ ing Democratic Chairman Kaufman and the Chief of Police J J Reagan for alleged violation of the election law The President may abandon his proposed visit to the colored peoples fair at Columbus 0 as a result of pro tests he has received charging that the affair is more or less of a gambling propositionThe over tho Lexington post mastership was settled when Secretary Cortelyou announced that the nomina tion of William Walker secretary of the Republican State Committee would be sent to the Senate Senator Fousts antirace track gambling bill passed on its final read ing the Tennessee House by a vote of 92 to 3 Several amendments to ex tend the time of operation were voted down The measure had already pass ed the Senate Congressman William Alden Smith was elected by the Michigan Legisla lure to fill out the unexpired term of Senator Russell A Alger had al ready been elected to succeed Senator Algor at the expiration of the latters term March 4 oa Another blow was struck by the Ten nessee House when that body passed a bill by n vote of 71 to 3 making it a felony to keep a place where betting on horse racing is allowed Gov Bcckham has announced the appointment of the State Board of Equal- Ization for 1907 as follows First appellate district J F Porter of Webster county Second district C E Sugg of Henderson county Third district F J Campbell of Somerset Fourth district J B Steedman of Jefferson county Fifth district M J Mcagher of Franklin county Sixth district Rolla K Hart of Fleming county Seventh dirtrict IL T Stroth er of WinchesterI BUBBLE i Logan Hubble is at home from col lege for a day or so Bro Williams will preach at the Methodist church here Snnday morn ingMiss Evlyn Carson closed a very sat factory six months school here Fri dayGeorge Wilder has moved to tho Spoonamoro property to begin his crop tobaccoZero has made our town very quiet except in the loafing line and spinning yarns The miners who came here from Virginia to work in the Byratees mines left Sunday for their homes to remain until the weather gets better Ed McKechnie bought harness ma re for 135 C M Adams lost a good work mule a few days ago from chew- Ing tobacco stems with Paris green on themLeslie Sloan bought a nice saddle mare at Wrights sale near Hustonville a few days ago Matt Engleman has appointment in the postollico at Dan ville He is a good boy and will make a good sub Mrs J W Anderson is visiting her daughter Mrs James Sutton near Marksbury James McKechnie is on the sick list but improving David Rankin is at home from the South and feels from the carpet that is on the ground and the way the thermometer stands that he came too soon Dr fickle on account of the amount of practice he is having to do has decided to remain with us and has put in a phone to accommodate his patients E B Miller and family are planning to rent out and go to Indianapolis about March 1st where they will reside Mrs J W Logan has been quite sick but is better Jas Robinson Jr has entered the business college at Lexing ton CHURCH MATTERS The meeting at the Baptist church at Elizabethtown closed with 59 addi tionsE C Wilson writes that ho has just closed an interesting meeting at Ephasus churchEld Beverly Bradley one of the best known Baptist ministers in South Central Kentucky died at his home near Summer Shade Metcalf county aged 75 yearsBy ote of to six the Cincinnati Congregation of Zion founded by Dowie and nurtured by Voliva determined to cut loose entirely from the parent church in Zion City Loyalists of the Cumberland Presby terian Church at Bowling Green have secured an order of the Fiscal Court allowing them to hold divine services in the courthouse It is said a suit will be filed to secure possesion of their old church building The editor of the Memphis Tenn Times writes In my opinion Fo leys Honey and Tar is the best remedy for coughs colds and lung trouble and to my own personal knowledge Foleys Honey and Tar has accomplished mAny permanent cures that have been little short of marvellous Refuse any but the genuine in the yellow package Pennys Drug Store The largest birdss nests are to be found in Australia The Australian jungle fowl build for nests great mounds 15 feet in height and 125 or 150 feet in circumference Grass leaves and other vegetable matter are used in the construction of the nests which easily weigh a ton The Australian brush turkeys working in colonies build pyramidal nests even larger One of these nests on being removed filled several carts and its total weight was five tons ap A Valuable Lesson Six years ago I learned a valuable lesson writes John Pleasant of Magnolia Ind I then began tak- Ing Dr Kings New Life Pills and the longer I tako them the better I find them They please everybody Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store 25c Kind Old GentlemanDont you know that smoking will stunt your growth Tho BoyJest what I wants Im gin on do stage as de human anglo worm Up today and down tomorrow On the whole Is not true I state with sorrow About coal The Supreme Court ordered that the taking of testimony in the Sheriff Shlpl case be begun with all convenient speed at Chattanooga f i fat 1ieiffr jIiiILj Jt ll Nice Home for Rent ilrtln to rent for thoyrnr my pine or TUncreaof ground one inllo from Hliiu ford on DunvllloHtrwt It contains two story residence of live rooms two hull cla leni servants room ami all outbuild him 1osMJsMon given Immediately Ap plicants will please apply to J U1Mxta- nJOINIIIIIUIITJit FARM FOR SALE I wish to toll privately my fnrm of lH IIcfltho old Abraham farm near the Ot tonlieltii miles from rab Orolinrvl food residence of seven rooms Outbuild Iiilit fairly goal repair Well nt kitchen door n ml the fnrm Term reasonable FurullciPn Jot dirt road In till county J r 1IAYKH Htnnfonl Ky It K U No NOTICE I Iwithu want person thnt Ii mulcted rhollllllltlllil Kidney trouble or any disease nrUliiH from Impure blood to try n llcmeiniIIIR tit direction or your money will lie re funded Knch packniie contain 3JI ilovs with n registered RUiirtntee Price 11at Fur wile by t Wllllam Agent McKlnney Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Peed and Sale Stable Detest Htreet STANfORD KY HpeclHl Attention lilven rtimmerelal Men Uood Itlgaat Honnoiuible Kate Stock Pons In Connoctlon VITAE ORE Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind laln Killer Clorm Destroyer DUenoe Han Inner Ulood VlUIIier Health anti Htrength Iteslorer N U Bogie Marksbury Kentucky General Age- ntNOTICE I Lincoln ClrcultUourt W II Umlilenir on petition Hiking thnt the charter of the town of llowlnml Lin coln county Ky l o llsolrediiiulHniiullPd The nnderaiKHvd W If Dudderar unit IICUUonthat they hnve Ilhd In oltla ur the curt of the Lincoln circuit court a ixitltlon In which they uk that the charter of the town of Rowland Lincoln county Ky ho an iiulied nail dlMolved Till ll1llCtIlolltf8lIulldlmr and oth Utxywytrinntilegalpetition will be heard by tin Lincoln circuit court at Itt regular February tern Wl W H DriibKiiAR Kl I J K Itoldam clerk of the Lincoln cir cult court hereby certify that a petition noli Iii thw one deKcrllkd In the alwve no tice was filed In my otllco on Jan 0 luT Witness my hand as clerk aforetald this Jnn 1F11utfA3lI Ult l Spond aItJllftlourJ lookln the HENRY DOSCH COM PANY WALL PAPER simple st your own bone sitting comfortably In your sychalrl You as make a bel selection that way than by ransacking the stores You so tit whoU Barth nIT latest deslcns th krrelicst tlnta and richest color effects Including Imported patterns Everything good in wall papers la the Bosch this lowtNewWill call with Bach SampW any hour yes name Look them over to your heart out tobuyUalsg the Bosch Wall Papers House Painting And Craning Charlie Stewart Stanford Ky Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO No 227About 41 acres of Und mile Iron dwdilegmat on pike Till It a good hum and a coop place Ths owner of tbU property lhnatfleaders nn Ky and has made up his mind to soft this place referring mineral water right on place llvail be bought at a bargain Mb ut for a price Cltycutiosovesfelds25aeraln nice youogorchard nd of Ibe grape bar bon In Kentucky Party told 2500 pounds of goodCloseroom frame dwelling good barn cribs etc all In good repair MSO No 60Twostoryframe dwelling of six rooms two at dour and all under neoesiary outbuildings Also urge blacksmith shop 60x30 and shedi full length of shop and 10 YerllowNo1I3A term ol 331 acres situated abouti inlles Iron titsnfoid and 3 mile from crab Urcha d on the waters of Cwlar Creek Tae place Ii cut In about fielJi and can be ubdl About ate acres la In cultlTatlon timber lunlclent to up place Wne and ouelulf story frame dwelling ol noosjIun110 good cisterns at the door running tlrnm exceptoneeasy Indlocaledalone cost 1500 I We will sell this place for floo No20r040acres 34 milts Iron Junction City 2 story room lame dwelling good barn crlls tcudltgfencingplumppluetcA etolandstock well at Urn etc Price U800 rightoa eae Me lId drlve wr Inctnur 2 other bares and 1 tenant bouts oroou brick residence and kitchen and all other uensury nut buildings ttullotogeandfebclogln good ri air place wen them at bun and huuse puud rinS etc ADuut130aerrelugreaanti Ibe ten In cul lltailon rlew No 151IOU acre farm about mile this side of tihilby City room cottage 2 te No good cellar under the kitchen loud barn of atalls crib etc liulldingrelrguod npalr and the tracings are moderate Two inlugs and good Abvut u lluioluy aud cover rot In woodland ltfI 300W No 1MA en acre urm on six river near Crab Urclurd AbvUi7uaciriInculteatlun and 45crrslu imtuif tat lu good timber 751urtgirulttnHOn Ibe place 2 story 6 rd dwkldng a Terr- good tenant bout 1IIe bulldtrup are la ur gad shape but the tenets ant not Toe pi wareflib Busttr folilug ThlsIagut id t stock tails and Is If red at a Isln Prin oni- jr wo uu No lpd270 acre unit near lluitoutllle load dwelling and barn a good coition of thus pur watcrwi aidtseenld the roelugsndrbUtldioiti good coudlilon TAI Is uoeof the twit onus la lb aunty Tb rich sod wilt phdUt hwp etc Ir liiiw 00 ioTwotorr tram dwelling rooms Ball fencing lid huuxt gNo3ShouseanddreirreoauddInllrRt nerolir Ntcewary thus and well watrnd WIIl1I plan un vat terms No 73 W acres of good land six room two story dwelling well watered good tunotug Is U the suburbs ol the city of Mao few rinse In red tehool ant cunhrs This ts a drtirable botue Prlc rrasauabl No374troom frame cottsg and on acre e Ky Large two emote houM nye1rlceMo I014 nll Hood barn sl orb- Inetemaryoulbullding Fencmgastlbuildings In warred 5 ngad at house etc Land Is all level and prdu well Young apple and peach oichanl This Item Is about ales tram town Prlc Moao No lIJA acr faith In the Wainubuig stnlon about ISmllti from a tall road stations iut oratv slate rhiirrK Mr la- between Kural tree IMiort hoot bjr ptarelour room log Luau a plendld sod hll two goal h It wsteretlwltii nevr falling springs and a rut ileg btneh through the p ace nil good fell lug i Price di TorlllO es no 205hqrofarnultuarnl on the Wan s bur and Mt Vernon road S tulles catt nr WyowViirg lies a broom euttax etc This tUIKirnl and v IUlllchapfociontuytei NO 1ISA nice Urge ilore toots and dwelling above rontlMlnitol tereral nicely furnltbed rooms A good Lint and lot aid all nnvsury outbulldlnict Tbe pru Is In good repair situated on Maln stni to Stanford right In Ibe battoas portion ol town This prui riy will bsoul of a einso Is a iplendld opp rl nlty to tome one detlrlng so In Fir the store and dwelllKg lulng ear itrd vhll a great tstlng in rent etc No tL WK acres ol land near Crab Orchard cheap No 519One rant lot In Junction City at SjutbfAtt corner of lucut and Irofvon strrcta fronting M feet on lionon street sd running Heath un Lucun street teal Price II W Mth No 22ltto u and loton Ucsn street in Bias lord lood rdD etc Everything la good reo pilr Irlce il600 No lXWcreof Isnd 2 dwellings of rooms each tang tobuco ban Itl loft long oat to Cht twit btrn In Lincoln county z tmau stock uiu This properly lays INlwe u 2 good county thud turnpike All Ibe buildings IDd reDrfnii are In good repair Place Ii writ waUrrd by pod springs creeks etc Mplpdld cohalllno1 and wll ails IS barrel of corn to Ihe acre Thi- placetaskvatbowoertrom U to u per tent on If not the cpealw hooklogNo UilOOacre rann awiil miles lays splendidly t mall In cultivation well water Iele cottage of fouirooms large Won Pro erty well fenced etc Fries 0perncne No 42Seven room dwelllnr grad cellar and cne land haerfaflo well and apde Fnclrl- asdouttwfdlog la fair COno1Uloa CaMp plCIt close to town Will roil a small family No S179I acre farm In t mil ol Phil 1H loom dwelling stone hour amok house well house crib etc All the buildings sod fencing am In fair condition Uood about 78 acre by a itver In falling willand eatenotwSou hfort Pile 12200 No M A farm of about tit acre oa one ol the best turnpikes In the county A knndiom two frame sad one ef th lurgea andstory In the county This place Is eel- wntertdnndeverytblegnboutItlarludttg lent nJ1 ii clowiosrbonlsandaloutXO minute drltr Iron PricStanlurd u very bum IT501 No notwo acres of cotton Und In Mlstltilppt section of country which offers so man- yopyortunltiesforprohfableinvestment as the MlsI as Pros- perltyVailry lien The tlmbers becoming monevalw all the time for the reason that lumber peorl from the Noith whet the supply of Umber fast all constantly Increasing their pur IUUsofllmhflanJSlniiSouth hen the tim ber Is removeJ tviiiproduceea ofcottontoIto rtl t urro ev cre orwm grow any other of crop raised In etemperate zone The soil nelhoferttllrnlnJ rives a which cantlol ueUeoS Usi art low title Is perfect and lb mn who buya Puts farm timber lands at piesenl prices Is making an In IanJ nllhal he will never regret This Unjlsdl Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract to 17000 acrea Ih mitt anl HTenure- o 216 per acre accoroSlnr to JoVn etc We art authorire4 by the company these Un4 to sUIe that as other parties are considering the of these lands that we offer these tract sub ecttopriorealewithdnwal from market or change n price without Howner when notified hey will hoM any tract out of market long enough for the to mb an Invullgatlon About acresotlhislanJhat been sold by the Corn any Iece w received this option For further par Iculars call aloof offtc NolS230acrfarm i mile of Crab Orchard Kr Brick dwelling rooms two tenant houses two bunt well and spring near dwelling Farce In te of cultivation 160 acres river bottom- sodgoodfencing fruit etc Irlce IIOuo an Intarn a t IllehUni well Iraprov well etc Price ltuo ii 6jacies of UnJ on Jamestown rod south of Dunnvllle too acres In cultivation about e acres In timber an J rest In grass large new Siam ng also an oll dwell In on plur A new barn woolJones It Is well watered and thu fencing Is rood On public rod Price grow Alto a 50 barrel mill In Mercer county updotenc with Improvements 20 acres and cloeo to Southern railroad Price 10 000 No 13V Cottage In LaecasUr 77 ft front sod 300 fret dlngi exwpt barn EutJihlagboeindinl good slispe Cot ilK contain room porch and basein nt Close to school claerchse etc rice UIOOoo No 70rTu urn of sand two story front cot 1101111 new a good tal seven rooms halts etc rarJen soil splsnaid orchard ol IK acre fencing mots house etc XfoodwslloopiaMtberelsalioa good mill os a la run IIr natural the place g Is In good repslr wblch IWl iellhe property ad at alow figure or laaactt No 54 Kram hotel Urge rooms double versn dashallway Etc A large 2 story storeroom rontlng street M lest trots hotel up stirs sulfa ble rordw Ip 2 nice cocUg nlcelT furalbedt- pered sod painted 4 rooms and reranda each A Irge barn on same used u liverystable Good 200Vcant lot adjoininggarden feet deep All of this property laiD London Ky fine chance for some one to make money- oprtetorharefused to rent property for 830 per month On health of his wife only relQn brielling proprietor dlrea to exchanger farm in Wncoto county acre of good land cited close to tolwfarmriofiS 12250 of land one mile train Somerset cultlvaTcrclncontain seven rooms nec I ng oary ouculldlnp Fence and bulldlllltln splen- reparr lrce52800Well 1028 an s of Ised In Ford cuy Kar- aII miles from railroad anti mile from Arkansas riTer enut acretl onnu is river IIollom Is IInlcluland lid In grass This land Is for sale or 325 exchange acme In Allen county Ky on rail road and about 80 acres cultlratud about Kiln timber and grass and about 111014 grail Timber ou I cut to 18 Inches but will make barrel timber shlng les ties and cord wood enough to pay fore place twice over A large part fs fenced are four dwellings of rooms each and one store of to with room above hat wells and priDjt of water Is In 2 miles of countv sent grow tobacco corn wheat grass etc for 12200 Onehalfo- rb t d re Dry Feet Y There is no part of ones dress so neces sary to be well cared for and looked after as the C Ewe 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 r in this matteaand I doubt if there is another stock of Shoes in this section as free from COMPOSITION insoles and counters and cutoff vamps and tips as ours IreWe BELIEVE CANDIDLY that The Walk Over and IVlanssifor fine shoes 350 to 5 and the JgT Wood heavy goods like Honest Mike Level Bestc are built today of better soleIeather betterupper leather thanIany goods on the market today Try them and compare them with any goods at samerowes price and see if we have not told the facts We sell them J 4Lwltao t H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY 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 f 1 to all I TL T agent for tho Jack anil Wtro for Lincoln null Jiirrnril counties Any om one villa order of inont Ky It to elutes that I have known for your stud that b mid Whut fan toll you iilxnil till inn ublno can bu ivllvd un K 01VA1 TON will pity market prtcu for Tur keys nil other Also Will ho found c ni tnntly nt my olIIcK on I Ht J K hunk local II it STANFORD Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Tarnishes PERSONAL supervision given Prescriptions compounded NOTICEMJNHHOU1 Maine Htrvtcliur mlHlliii Ilvnehorsvlllo BlvtsinoplviiMiru lrlulllforll thoroughly rvnKiiiHllilo truthful wonderful Poultry And Eggs Wanted highest ralnits Uulnennund poultry Jxncntler uiiinuger Korthcott DRUGGISTl I For Sale Privately Ono double aeahvl cnrrlnno with pole towliiK umrhliu rvfrlHtrutor Iron ante pair scaloi I A A harrow 1 now church or gnu iHtltrad buttress springs washstand Will still cheap If nt uncllIQUAY Ktnnford Ky 3500 Range 11JJAnulvgnnt stoolbound range 0 cap vessels go with It with each p purchaio cash only J will give ft tlckut to each jmr chaser of Merchandise at my store S6mo one will Get this elegant range Como and ice It Just roculviMl u aloe line of IIatUtburgs Edging Calicoes Ac Phone M Cum IxjrlandG lit HAIUIIH Crab Orchard Ky t Table Linens Wonro at this time oHuring sonic special values in Table Linons that we cant flor later Como and oak these over RHMNANT SlKUIALS containing 2 2and 3 yards regular price iCo Price now COu ynnl- MKllOtiUIXKI DAMASK the prottioat goods for tho money ever made Wo show two pretty pnlterns at fiOc Napkins to match nt 81GO dozen LOOM DICE LINEN out wears nil others very strong and washes envy Two pattern 50e ynnl SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I STANroun KY FIR K 1907 WE have received a big supply of Comic and Leather Post Cards Pen nys Drug Store PERSONALS MRs J M RANKIN la lit with grip MIlS W J Do7ien continues qulto k ill- Miss CAIIHIK POUTER continues crItic ally ill- Mia L C LEE of Knoxflllo la with Mm Mattlo Ncvius Mn It M Niw LAND was In Louis villa Monday and Tuesday MR W J DOZIKH of Magnolia Miss hRs jolnod his wife here Mn HOIIKUT FRNZKU Sn who has been quito lIck Is convalescing Misa SUSIB THOMPSON of Mt Vcr non Is with Mrs L II Hughes Miss LILLIAN LBAVBLL of Bryant yule Is with Miss Tovls Carpenter Mn W D UAMSEV of Crab Orch chard is lit in n Lexington hospital Miss ADKLIA MAY of Gravel Switch Is with her sister Mrs J L Jarvis Mn AND Mns 11 C FAKHIS spent yesterday with friends at Lancaster arrived at the 4AUTTLE daughter has home of Mr and Mrs IM P Nunnclley LYNN ditto son of Mr and Mrs Rut sell Diltion of the East End is very lit JOHN FAULKNER of tho Highland sedion went up to CorbIn Wednesday MAYon H S SIIANKS of How land continued quite of rheumatism MM IvoN FISH and baby of Crab Orchard are visiting Mrs John Tray lorMiss OPHELIA CHANCELLOR is with Sandidgo in the West t Miss Josephine End Is taking Miss MARY McUoRERTS vocal lessons at Caldwell College Dan- Ville t MISS MARY E JARVIS who has been visiting Lebanon friends has returne AND MM ERNEST WAIUIIW of homeI spent a week at Eld Jos JAMES P HAILBY visited the I family of Cashier J C Bailey at Crab Orchard MR E P WOODS Is experiencing the troubles that made life miserable for I poor old Job wasESCLEMAN Miss NANNIK WOODS guest of Miss Josephine faandidge West End 1the C MorrrtroMERY of Chicago Ids appendiciti fathers at Liberty threatened Mn WILL UODINSON of Chicago arrived Wednesday to visit his father Mr W P Robinson MR JIM Bon NEWLANO is hobbling around on cruthces as tho result of sticking a nail In his foot MR M F ROUT of Marksbury Is back from Martinsvlllc Ind where ho was greatly relieved of rheumatism MRS GEO L PENNY will entertain to hercomplimentarythis afternoon sister Mrs T S Webb Jr of Knox yule MB AND MRS IRVIN DORSBY have returned from a visit to Mrs T S Robinson at Now Orleans Louisville Times Miss NORA RIFFE of McKinney spent a pleasant week with her brother A M Rlffe of this citySomerset i1 Times MESSRS M F WILL AND CRAIG BOONE came up from Somerset toat tend tho burial of Mr Charles W Boone era MR WALTER SCOTT of Paris came over to attend the burial of John D Anderson who was killed at Paris Wed nesday MRS N W FOWLE has returned from a visit to relatives at Carlisle and Paris Sho says coal is only 20c per bushel there MRS A E HUNDLEY expects to leave tomorrow for Orlando Fla to bo the guest of her sister Mrs Willis Palmer for several weekBAdvocate- MR BEDELL CHANCELLOR than whom there Is no cleverer man is treating many of his friends to sleigh rides during tho present splendid sleigh ing season loin E O SINGLETON who moved from Lincoln to Stroud T has just recovered from a severe illness Atone timo his doctors gave him up to die so low was ho MR JOHN SMITH and family who have made splendid Wal Flat section Tuesday to locate- generalregretboverrtheir leavingrLine =FOR SALE The house I now live in JHolderman LOCALS DONT forget that Monday Is court day SKVGKAL cone pulleys for salo at this oflice FOR KENT Nico cottage J C Me Clary LOCUST posts for sale I C Sipple McKlnnoy Ky NEW pattornsin stamping Mrs K P Miller Stanford GOOD letter press for sale nt your own price This office SBK Mrs Kate P Icrbefore havJ Ing your stamping donna j MY fortho spring trade is in Como look at It J C McClary TUB K C now leaves hero at 1361 A IL five minutes earlier and arrives at 865 r five minutes later Tau license of Mr W 0 Speed expires at 12 oclock tonight and tomorrow Stanford will be a dry town Tile creditors of John A Wright arc requested to file with me Immediately their claims verified as required by law J H Paxton DONT forget William M Fields salo at his homo on tho Somerset pike next Tuesday 12th Sea In advertisement what he has to dispose of WANTED an experienced farm hand one with small family Wilt pay good salary to right man J L Dames Rowland Ky on J F Cook farm Mn J THOMAS CHERRY tho Bred head merchant has had a largo numbs of bills printed telling of the big reduc Lion in prices ho is making for tho next 30 days Tun still us and gives promise of remaining Another colt snap came Monday night and zero weather was felt Wednesday It has moderated some YOUR attention acall to the Notice to Contractors which appears on our fourth page Contracts for putting stone and gravel on the pikes and ditching tho pikes will bo let March I TilE Danville Herald was in crrror when it said that Frank Martin of Pcrryvillc had leased tho Hustonville Roller Mills Mr D M Llpps Is still In charge and Is making the best of flour meal etc Tim Danvillo Herald says that Mr lames C Reid of this place is thInk- Ing of making tho race for Representa tive Mr Reid has many friends who would like to see him thus honored but up to tho present he has not consented to make the race MR W P WALTON willmaterially improve his storeroom in tho INTERIOR JOURNAL building occupied by Mr Samuel Robinson A new glass front of the latest design will take the placo of tho old one and other work will be lono that will add to its beauty as wells convenience and comfort YOUR feet often burn because they absorb tho chemicals left in solo leather after tanning lIannan Shoes are soled with scoured leather Its a process absolutely necessary for the comfort of tho wearer It is never done in cheap shoes but always done in Hanan Shoes Thats ono reason why Hanans are better Cummins McCiary KILIED IIY TRAIN DAndcrson who used to live in the East End of this county was run over and killed by a train in tho Paris yards Wednesday morning lie was 38 years oldand is survived by his wife who was a Miss Johnson of Rockcostle and five children Thn remains wira brought to Rowland yesterday afternoon and from there were taken to Goshen and buried Deceased was a brother of Mr B C Anderson of Brodhead ATTEKrIoNMMcmbcand friends of tho Christian church now is the time to begin a search for your contribution to tho Great Rummage Sale which is booked for tho middle of February Anything salable or of utility from a threshing machine to a knitting needle or from a stove scraper to a hat pin wilt be appreciated Dont forget that an exchange is included and runs along with the sale The proceeds will go to Organ Fund Rummage Sale Commit tee Long Silk Gloves tarIi Now stock of Elbow Silk Gloves just in Come now and get a pair nS they promise to almost an scarce as last season At present we have black at 81 and SlTfi white at 817t I MR J M MCCARTY is addinga lunch connter to his pool room on Depot Street Flail oysters and celery Saturday Mrs W S Jones NRW stamping patterns and flosses Mrs Leslie Carter I WILL have a good twohorso wagon in Stanford Monday court day which I will sell at a bargain H A Pleas ants ONE of the events of court Monday will be tho delinquent tax sale of Sher- Iff TJ Tho list is the smallest in years WANTED middleaged woman with neat appearance and good charm turf to take charge of housekeeping and cooking for family of three in Lancas ter Ky Good home and liberal price paid Recommendation of character must come with first letter Address Box 216 Lancaster Ky NEW STonFI have opened a new store In the Schanzcnbnck building at Ottcnhcim and am carrying a general line of merchandise I cordially invite tho public generally to call and see my stock and get my prices promising fair and courteous treatment Country produce at highest market price taken in exchange for goods W T White Here and There A S Nelson a wealthy merchant at Bondvillc Mercer county was par alyzed and is thought to be in a critical condition Prof William C Pickett one of the bestknown medical authorities in the United States on nervous diseases is dead in Philadelphia- R L Scroggins employed at the Old Jordan distillery was probably fa tally crushed by the elevator In the building at Harrodsburg The Paducah Commercial Club will employ a rate expert to examine freight rates in and out of Paducah It being charged that the I C railroad dis criminates against tho city In an address before the Georgia An tiSaloon League at Atlanta Mrs Car rlo Nation declared that four great hewing firms and Roosevelt are the great immoral forces of iha age The House In Committee of the Whole voted to stand by its committee in opposition to the project for a 14 foot channel for the Mississippi river from Chicago to St Louis and tho gulf Consuelo Duchess of Marlborough pays 100000 a year for the privilege of living apart from her husband At this distance it looks like she had secured a splendid bargain Bryans persons were injured five seriously when an electric car on the Pittsburg Railway Companys line between East PitUburg and TraiTord City Pa jumped tho track and plunged over a 15foot embankment The court of appeals upheld the Kentucky AntiTrust Law in an opinion af- firmIng the judgment of the Trimble circuit court fining the International Harvester Company qf America 2000 for a combination to eliminate compo tition Reports made in court at Pittsburg show that the estate of the late Cnpt S 3 Brown is worth only 3000000 Instead of 15000000 as was at first supposed The famous Astoria cup is valued at only 50 while his fine li braries are put in at 133 Commissioned officers in the Kentucky State Guard formed a permanent organization to promote tho interests of the militia and secure such legislation as may be considered advisable Moj Austin B Kinnaird of Louisville was elected president of the as sociation A per cent increase in salaries for congressmen was predicted on the increased coat of living Congressmen who support a tariff that means constantly increasing cost of foodstuffs and clothing should now tako steps to have wages of the mechanics increased a similar amount Bryans Commoner Attorney Dolphin M Delmos took charge of the defense in tho Harry Thaw case In New York Wednesday Evidence was introduced that Stanford White threatened to kill Thaw two years and a half before the tragedy that Thaws actions following the killing of White were considered by sev eral eyewitnesses to have been irra malt that an uncle of the defendant was insane that Evelyn Nesbit Thaw- t passed a note to her husband during the dinner at the Cafe Martin on the Disitrictrefused on the demand of the defense to introduce it in evidenceI Farm for Sale or Rent Oool furmof marten near TurntTiivllltt for mile or rent Nlcp new rvMchnci nnd till npaTrniprlvntliln Ky or will on C K llowvrim tilt plnlt FOR SALE I nt nnrc otlor nt prlvnti wild nt my in OttiiiUlm I oxcullunt little milk viry gable buggy and linrnox I good tt7 tln lltw 11111111I1IIINlnl D J SMITH DEALER IN Conoral Merchandise and Country Produce CILBERTS CREEK KY PUBLIC SALE I will offer nt public sale on the II I Hawkins farm on the Htmiforil Dnnvlllc plkn on- HATPUDAY KKI1 SI Huff tho following iloHorlNs property KnrinliiR Inc dtutente imluillng two horse nnil hump spring wagon 2 liiiKRlcn Imton and hitmen mowers three Jlioiw cull n tOrA tobacco frumen mid nil other fnrinlntf tool household and kitchen nrnlturu 2 cooking ranges home com fort tide mom lrh- rarptsdlditstctwo hunkg bents I yearold work III pedigreed brood mure l cows extra rtghtonl leaInntsoul itrg If lolweco burn Terms oil day of wile Hnle win IMgh1 lit Vao HAMICTHtTIlMONII PUBLIC SALE will noli lit public talent my plncooiitho HoniiTMt pike mills from Hlnnford on TtEHnAYFtDIRUT- he following ilescrllMHl projiertys Farm- Ing Implements Including Xlwohorop wing ons mid hnrnetis slug wngon buggy and cart l buckbonnl brnkliiK curt n lot of buggy and WIIKOII harness nliout naliel of good need oats and wu or Hubulen Imp shucks emit lumsvliolir nnd kitchen urnlturo line stallion Anto Carlo two good Jacks neck Varnim mud Alimtn two ynr old talllon two pair Iad wor- tuiuisthreugMMlbralolure all burl to Jnrks I tIinEyrar old Illlv well broko to drive nice twoyenrold Pence IIIIYItllreenlw yenrllnu colts by Ante ne yclir ol57ulceyomlg twO buck- nlcr rood towi nliout bait straw lot of lllnkmnlth Tools luor 15 bushels otatoes sad lots of other things too numerous to mention than good money unfe ru frl lrotor Wlllnlioolfer nliout 75 IIcrolof land If not told before sale Terms mndu known outlay of wile WILLIAM FIELDS Col JI Clmndlertuct POSTED Vvbose nnnips appear Uilow ttrlctly forbid hunting Halting ur any kind of tree HiMlng on our plane had will protvcutt vi olators to the lull extent of tlio law Fred VonOrucnlgan lleleboiilmch Iron Krvil VonAllnuin VonOruonlKUU Fret llnuniiinn Uioreo Holmes K Kvlclivillmcli JOM in Unllou A I1 liiinn M J Hofnmnn- Mr Mllny l nWclcli M II BIllion Dnvld Htvpliunn Mnry IIolTinnnn- I Nuiinclley J W llnughninu- LbrUtlimUruyifon J OOiirpontiT Jill Jaweln Ham immeron Mrs MJAhlock OOoverFred llandorf Mrs 11rndletola W I Conller J NevlnOnrter IVter llalmer J II Unmenlsch CIreeh Ferrltl V II Diiughurty Dink Fnrmer- AndrsouClurr JO Hpratt J F Dover W K Amon J Wlnk II F Martin Meiier A 1nxton W 1 Martin IoIlImllelltmiIR F ttordler Moses llerrv rplIrHlmnion Eros Hpoonaiuoro P W Carter lieu Martin M F iJiwrenco Chris Jacob HUBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Driiggcte Rugs Mattings Pie ture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night ICG or 133 Kid Gloves New stock of fresh goods just in Two clasp Black Whito mud Colons 8100Two and three clasp Black and Colors real French kidnt 17 10 Button Glace in Black White and Colors at 200 10 Button or Elbow Glace Gloves Black and White at 825 as long as N this lot pasts- All gloves fitted if desired 1++++ i The Ground Hog i Saw his shadow and according to ttradition we will have six weeks tmore Therefore give up the that Spring is almost here and that you can make last Winters andII I Heavy Underwear Furs and all accessories to Winter dress We are i also prepared to show you our iNain1 L M HUE Y CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY i E T PENCE Dealer in Buggies Wagons Farming Implements Harness Etc Stanford Kentucky Yitliw ZITooth Powder Purest and Best We Recommend It Inported Direct from Japan PRICE 25c STANFORD DRUG CO Combination Sale of HiClass Horses To be held at DANVILLE KY FEB 19 AND 20 1907 F Reid Co will sell 125 select Business Horses consisting of Saddle Harness Coach and a number of fino teams Also young Stallions for Saddle and Harness by Bourbon Chief 076 Dorsey Goldduat 12052 Prince Rupert 887 Ceciliau Chief 33C98 Ac The product from Kentuckys beat blood will be represented The Interior Journal ailtC07UlclauPVULJNULU TUIC14UAYN AND AT 1HI0481 100 PER YEAR When not ao paid 1200 will be charged TURKEYS I Mnmmotli llronie Turkey purl liro rom prize wlnlllllg U to II hens U on or nddren lln I White Knlr View Poultry Kiinn Iroucher Tllle K- yOlympian Springs Wate LlreeoKldneyrnllittladder hnvn us IuletorOInlplnnyprings Jostolllee lIus For Sale Privately Mr house Mad 10 acres of land situate Inst outside of town limits on the Bomerse Iiouae has 7 rooms kitchen and lerpike room good cellar Itnble and all- JltclIsryoutbulldlngs Water hydrant the yardaod one J A DAILEY A S PRICESurgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY IOffice over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsloy Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately r Having determined to quit farming I will m farm of 2 acne nea- rbforelandonthe0NRailroad 9 tulles from Danville ti miles well II situated on ulku Orop consist of corn hay and oaU stock Jennets Jacks horses anti brood mares Will soil nt u bargain If I llnd r a buyer In the lIoXt 31 or 40 Uiiyi B KINO Moreland Ky u INSURANCETire Accident None bu BEST Companies Ilupresentvd Lowest loa Bible Rates Lou Paying Keo ord Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone N0112 Two Farms For Sale I wish to sflll prlviituly my farm of 170 sere3lnilea West of Lancaster on the Lea IOlton pike It Is well Improved and fan of water and timber fenced tad buildings in good repair Also an unimproved rm of 100 acres lying midway between Lancaster and Lex ton lke Hood outlet each fenoedTennarrneannbte Well TIHKHlUNa KarkburrKy GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy ItndlIInde clothing when there 1a to Uttle difference in tho price of ready- made suits and n suit mode to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome lino of Fall Winter goods I can make from u low price bushiest suit to r the Onestdreas suit Overcoats Trouser and Fancy Vests Tho company I rep resent Is second to none tit 0 IIUPLKY rHtnnfoll1 JflMES MI PHILIPS STANFORD KY DEAIEB in Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nulls Build sr ders Hardware Paints Oils Etc Ir manufacture concrete blocks for build ing purposes and do all kinds of concrete work Prices on application l e 1tc 8T Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnceaSaddler- yITANFOI Ac D KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Home Phone JLBeazleyCo UndertaKera and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur siture MattingsRuga will exchange lhelIIll Kinds of Stock Them a Call Prices RightI STANFORD KENTUCKY m + FARMERS DEPARTMENT The average ago of a horse is said to be 25 years Three Magic Poland China Boat Price 15 each W M Bright Fon SAu200 shocks of fodder Mrs F B Barnett Hustonville Ky Clay Brown of Wayne county sold to Ben Bright of Dnnvillo 10 mules at 165 FOR SALESix red Berkshire boar ready for service J C Lynn Stai ford Twenty good threeyearold mules for sale Will sell in pairs JJ G Fox Danville J C Henson of Cane Valley sold 19 twoyearold mules to Bud Dearen of Campbcllsvillc for 2350 Pair red sorrel mules three years old this Spring and 1C hands for sate Powell Depp Hustonville Ky Col Jack Chinn has called a special meeting of the Kentucky Racing Con mission to be held at Lexington to day Emmet Johnson sold his farm of 638 acres near Bowling Green on Darren river to James E Jenkins for 2200 FOR SALE600 shocks of folder and three stacks of hay A W Carpenter Moreland Ky phone No9 Junction City There were 750 cattle on the Richmond market Monday and a majorit of them sold at 3 to lc 250 or more hogs sold at to Cc Three sheep came to my place near Ottenheim about two months ago Own er can get them by paying for this notice and their keep Sam Zwahlen A Missouri man recently purchase near Lebanon 10 jacks 14 j to 17 hands high at prices ranging from 500 to 1000 Most of them between 700 and 900 LOST last Monday black hog weigh ing about 130 pounds with few white spots ring between nostrils curly hair right ear crapt Reward for recovery Embry Bros At a meeting of the tobacco grower and dealers at Frankfort 30000 wa subscribed to incorporate an Equit Warehouse Company to handle the Franklin county crop John W Ballard showed us a checl ho had just received court day for 050 which was paid him by Bright 8 Fox of Danville for five two year old mules Richmond Register Mr Hillenmeyer the Lexington nur seryman and an authority says th fruit is uninjured up to this time Judge M C Saufley of this place says his peaches early May cherries and Japan plums are dead Among the counties selected by the Breeding Bureau to place thoroughbred ImprovItion for a thoroughbred stallion for Pu madeI popular Stanford horseman will have charge of a part of A W Smiths horses until after the Forestus Reid sale Mr Beazley has handled horses for the past 20 years and will no doubt work them into fine shape Danville Herald Farmers may not know it but thereI- S a tariff on horses brought to this country but it amounts to little as few are brought On a horse valued at 150 the tariff is 30 25 per cent ad valo rum if worth more than 150 The law also applies to mules Buy your fertilizer field and grass seed from me and save freight Write for sample and prices on what you wed James D Shelby Junction City Ky I carry in stock flour bolted meal bran shipstuff lime salt ceo rent brick stock food poultry food pearl grit oyster shell linseed meal otton seed meal Thomas Metcalf has 125 lambs out of 80 ewes and reports having lost but wo during the season He has contracted for the crop of youngsters for Juno delivery at 6 cents and tho wool at 30 cts This is remarkably good luck although there have been very few bad reports in regard to the young lambsAdvocateIn a request made by Charles Marvin the famous trotting horse trainer a diamond stickpin which he owned was placed in his cravat when he was buried in Lexington The- pin was made from a nail taken from shoe worn by Sunol 2021 the day she lowered the worlds trotting record rmerly held by Maud S to a high heeled sulky Hunting for Trouble Ive lived In California 20 years and am still hunting for trouble In- the way of burns soroswounds boils cut sprains or a ease of plies that iucklens Arnlcti Salve wont quickly lureIt writes Charles Walters of AI ghany Sierra county No use hunt- Ing Mr Walters it cures every case Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store x Jennie said the father of a large family to his eldest daughter dont- you think It is about time you were thinking of getting married 1 Why father replied the anxious maid I havent thought of anything else in the past 10 years Columbus ispatch Marks Taking a wife is something like eating mushrooms Parks How so 7 Marks Youve got to await results youhave dn4i 4 1 t Notice to Contractors Notice is Hereby Given That the Fiscal Court of Lincoln County Will on Monday March 4 1907 Beginning nt 10 oclock A i proceed to open sealed bids for stone gntet and ditching contracts on tho various sections of turnpike in slid count All bids for furnishing hauling breaking and spreading etouo and gn1ol and for ditching must be sealed and tiled with the County Court Clerk he fore 10 oclock A M March 4 1907 and no bids will bo received after slI I1 time Contracts will be let to the lowest and beat bidder and Contrncto are required to give bond with surety to be approved by tho Court for the faithful performance of their contracts and for ill penalties lend damages or fuilure to perform their contracts I The amount of stone or gravel to be placed on etch Section is aa folio Stanford it Danville Section 1 from Stanford to Hawkins Branch 20 rods stone Same Section 2 from Hawkins Branch to Boyle line 20 rods litonc nod 20 rods gravel Rush Branch pike Section 1 from Stanford it Iancii ter pike to Rush Branch 35 rods stone Same Section 2 from Rush Branch to Hubble 40 rods stono Danville t Lancaster piko whole road 15 rods stone Stanford it Knob Lick Section from Stanford it Hustonvillo pike to Hanging Fork Creek 20 rods stone Same Section 2 from Hanging Fork Creek to Danville it Hugtonvillo pike 10 rods gravel Lincoln it Boyle pike whole road 5 rods gravel Stat ford it Millcdgevillo pike Section 1 from Stanford it Huston villc pike to McCornmcks church 20 rods stone Same Section 2 from McCormacks church to Millcdgovillo 5 rods gravel Crab Orchard it ChappelPs Gnp pike whole road 75rods gravel Stanfor it Prcachersvillo pike Section 1 from Stanford xt Crab Orchard pike to Wilkcrsons Branch 25 rods tone Same Section 2 from VTilkon on8 Branch to Crab Orchard 4 Lancastc pike 25 rods stone Crab Orchard it Lancaster pike Section from Crab Oichard to G W Evans place 80 rods gravel Same Section 2 from G NV Evans place to Garrard County line 25 10118 gravel Stanford it Crab Orchard pike Section 1 from old stone house to 11 D Baughmans gate 20 rods stone Same Section 2 from II D Baughmann gate to Bywatcrs gate 20 rot stoneSame Section 3 from Bywatcrs gate to Crab Orchard 20 rods stone Stanford it Ottenheim pike Section 1 from Stanford it Waynesburg llikc to J G Lynne 10 rods gravel Same from J G Lynne to Booties blacksmith shop Section 2 25 rot 8 gravelSame Section 3 from Boones shop to Ottcnheim 30 rods gravel Stan lord Dix River Garrard County it White Oak piko Section 1 from Row land to Haydonfl Switch 10 rods grovel Sane Section 2 from Haydens Switch to W II Traylora line boyont still HO rods stone Same Section 2 from Traylors lane to Garrard county line 12 rods gravel Stanford it Waynesburg pike Section 1 from Stanford to Ottcnheim pike 20 rods stone Slime Section 2 from Ottcnheim pike to Maywood county road at loot of alls Gnp 15 roils stone Sumo Section 3 from May wood county road at tint of Halls Gap to J II Carters store 10 rods stone Same Section 4 from Carters store to Hutchisons schoolhouse 4 rodi stone Slime Section 5 from Hutchisons schoolhouse to Butts store 12 rod stone Same Section 0 from Butts store to Kingsville pike 15 rods stone Same Section 7 from Kingsvillo pike to Geo Gaines 15 rods stnao Same Section 8 from George Gainea to G V Clift 25 rods stone Same Section J from G W Clifts to Waynesburg 10 rods gravel Kingsville it Pleasant Point pike Section from Stanford it Wnynehurf pike to county road leading to Casey county 20 rods gravel Same Section 2 Casey county dirt road to Kingsville 20 rods gravel Me Kiuney it South Fork pike whole road 25 rods gravel Hustonvilleit Cofleys Mill pike Section 1 from Hustonville to Wni Larsons 15 rods stone Same Section 2 from Win Carsons to Mt Salem 30 rods etono- Hustonvillo it BradfonUville pike whole road 26 rods gravel Ilufitnnvillc it Carpenters Creek pike whole rdnd CO rods stone mud 50 ode gravel Danville it II nston ville pike Section from Iliuiouvillc to Black pike JO oils stone Same Section 2 from Black pike to Boyle county line ift rocletllne and 10 roils gravel- Carpenters Station it Moruland pike whole road 25 rods gravel Turnersvillc it McKiuney wholo road 35 rods gravel McKinuey it Turncrsville from John Murphys to MuKimioy 30 rods of gravel Green River gravel Stanford it Hustouville pike Section 1 from Stanford to Turnorevillo 40 rodrJ stone Same Section 2 from Turnersvillo to Hustonvillo CO rods stone Turnersvillo it McCornmcks church pike Section 1 from Turncrsville to Sl1m Helms 10 rods gravel Saine Section 2 from Simi Helms to C Bishops 10rods gravel Same Section 3 from C Bishops to Knob Lick pike 5 rods gravel Stanford it Lancaster pike Section 1 from Stanford to Logans lane 10 rod8 stone- Sande Section 2 from Logans June to Garrard county lino 10 rods stone McKinncy CofTcys Mill pdko Section 1 from South Pork pike tfclil illgate 30 rods stone Same Section 2 Stem old tollgate to Fair house 40 rods stone Same Section 3 Fair house to Mt Salem 40 rods stone Some Section 4 from Mt Salem to Casey county lini0 rolls gravel fusion villo it McKinney pike wholo road 5 rods gravel Guarantee Companies accepted on bond A rod of stone or gravel consists of 225 cubic foot Hand broken stone must bo on margin of rood or section by Sept 15th All gravel must be spread before Oct pith AH metal is to be measured by the Courts representative who lilac desig nlte when and where it is to Iw spread All stone furnished must bo Good Sound Hard Lime Stone or Quartz broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter Tho gravel mnst be clean and flinty free from dirt and sand and that furnished on Mo juney it CoHeys Mill turnpike and Turncrsville it McKiuney turnpike nnd from John Murphys McKinuey MUST BE FROM GREEN HIV BIt The Court or its representative furiy reject nuy material not of proper size id quality Bidders must say in their bids whether stone will be broken by hand or O a AmerIcan- Field Fence I I Strongest and Best Made Let us Supplyi You Now Before a F I UItherIiAdvance in Price f ar II WaE Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky i Another CarLoad of OLD HICKORY WAGONSAt W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky I ui PUMPSttlttlrwtn r All Kinds all prices any de- pthROOFING All kinds all prices f S H ALDRIDGE Stanford KentuckyN Tinner and Plumber rt DE f7DEI1PMMEF S TcjIf5DE S DEFFfLES Stock of above now complete Call and see them a4 GEORGE Ha FARRIS v crushed The wagons used in mauling metal from crusher shall ho measured by the Courts reproscntntivo bofpro beginning work and shall be filled full rounding in tho middle No metal shall bo spread unless the Courts representative ia present Tho Court reserves tho right to reject Buy andtall bids llltink forms on which bids may ho made can ho procured from the County Court Clerk Copies of bonds required may bo obtained at tho County Court Clerks oilico DITCHESThe bids for ditching must be im each section and persons other than the mctul contractors may bo awarded the contract for ditching and trust hmke hills separately- All ditches must bo two feet wide and eight inches deep All dirt must bo thrown out of ditch and 1111 Irvin the or carted oil unless other wise ordered by the CourtS representativeIAll ditching to be done as soon as practicable null must he completed be fore July 1 ifl07 Blank forms mud bonds can he had at County Court Clerka officetThe Court reserves the right to reject any mid all bids G B COOPER Clerk L1ncoiu County Court f