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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 12 1907 NO 94 Gen Gentry Visits Stanford and Writes About it In loft was the first time I Stanford My father Joseph Gentryl and family passed through tho town on their way to their new homo altuat foratold but my earliest recollections of Stanford was at the ago of 10 or 12 years I often rods behind father to town Ho always stopped at the Yates Tavern30 cents a month for hitching under the shed over tho branch Yates would any get down Uncle Joe but was the first on tho ground to hold his stirrup Yates then rang the bell in a locust tree in front of tho door and then got on the horse and took him to thu shed Father said to him on his return Why did you ring that boll 7 Well said ho Uncle Joe whon you are keeping tavern you must go through tho motion On my way to Stanford to attend tho horse sale I passed my old home Nothing did I behold except tho local Ity The grand old forest and the bluegrass pastures were gone but I re member the many happy days spent at that dear old home When passing u Halo Springs I re called the day tho first railway train camo to Stanford It stopped at the spring for the people of tho county were there to welcome it with a big dinner In fact some people had come a great distance from tho mountains to see the first train of cars and many of them could bo seen In beech trees on tho hill sido for safety I think it was In tSGG Now we will go to tho horse sale con ducted by Dunn Ucazlcy Tho weather was bad and accommodations poor but the attendance and stock were good and it was well managed by tho proprietors and I predict they will havo everything l in good shape next time I bought two mares costing me about 800 I en joyed tho sale for I met so many old friends ready to relate some interesting story of bygono days I spent two nights and was most handsomely cared for by Mr Eph P Woods and Mr Sam T Harris If you era not tired I will tell you about meeting a widow whom I had not seen slnco she was married I was at her wedding for was a great admirer of her Sho was in her teens I dare not say how long ago but the widow can tell you Mrs Penny I found her at her beautiful cottage home I was received by a charming grand daughter and after I had satisfied her curiosity to know who I was before breaking tho news to grandmother she promised mo sho would not tell for we had not seen oath other these long years So In camo grandma She look ed at mo a low moments and said Sir I do not know you Nor do know you said I I finally told her who I e wu and sho well remembering me wo had a delightful talk of some 1G or 20 minutes She said You look like your Christian mother Aunt Betsy so often referred to in the Baptist church as tho angel of peace and comf9rt and did you know that we have a silver goblet and Bible that were presented to us by you brother Richard 1 This was news to mo and most enjoyable Tho goblet ho won I presume for the best rider at tho fair W H GENTRY Lexington Ky MATRIMONIAL Near Mayklng Hilland Dates aged 18 was married to Miss Llzzlo Hall 13 W M McKinley and Miss Olivo Ramsey were mado ono at Monticello W J Rcnncr and Miss Mary Eva Bradley popular Rockcastlo people were married last week Sam Martin procured license to wed Miss Ellen Rush aged 10 also of near Fariston Tho father of the girl was hero yesterday to see what ho could do about the marriage claiming that the t girl was only 11 years of ago and the order for license a forgery London Local Neighbors Got Fooled 1 w ns literally coughlug myself to death and had become too weak to luavo my bed and neighbors predict od that I would never leave It alive but thoy got fouled for thanks be to God I was induced to try Dr Kings Now Discovery It took just four 81 bottles to completely euro tho cough and rostoremo to good sound health writes MM Eva Uncapher of Grover town Stark county Ind This King of cough and cold cures and healer of throat and lungs Is guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 60o ilnil 81 Trial bottlo freo have you an electric wagon t ask ed tho motor crank No replied tho stranger mind is hydraulicHydraulic 7 Yes am on tho water wagon G L Hunt Son of Middlesboro are building an 3000 skating rink at Somerset NEIGHBORING COUNTIES IIN Mardi Gras is in full blast New t Orleans William Cox aged 83 is dead in tho Novada section of Boyle Thomas Marplo known as CaseY oldest man is dead aged 97 John It Kemper has been appointed postmaster at Riley Marlon county The Danville city council turned down tin application to nm a pool and billiard roomCharles Harrison has opened a skat- Ing rink in tho Maccabeo hall at Junc tion City E 0 Stone of Monticello has bought the Stahl property at Danville for 3500 and will occupy it- S B Dishman and others of Bar bourvlllc sold a body of coal land in Knox county to PitUburg parties for Danvillo Amusement Co has bought tho J T Eaton lot on Main Street for 5000 and will build an im memo skating rink D L Morse Jr J W Gaines L J Witherupoon L B McBrayer and F R Poland will organize another national bank at Lawrenceburg A shoo shop has been added to tho harness shop of G A Peyton on 19th street Dr W N Craig was in Pine villo Thursday Middlobboro News The jury in the case of Nathan Tu dor charged with tho killing of his brother in Madison county reported hopelessly hung and was discharged B J Durham of Danville was selected as delegate from the Kentucky Hardware Dealers Association to the Notional convention which meets in Mary Lock aged 21 died at the homo of her parents In Garrard county after tin Illness of several months from tuberculosis Sho was the daughter of John Lock Joo Mounts platform in which he opposes tho sale of liquor tho wreck less use of automobiles and favors the reduction of railroad fare Is approved by many people and is receiving much favorable comment Lancaster Record Kentucky Ministers are at work on an antirace bill which will bo present ed to tho next Legislature The Hus tonville Liberty Telephone Company of Casey county with 750 capital stock has been incorporated Tho in corporators are Humphrey Young of Liberty The court of appeals affirmed the Boyle circuit court in tho case of th6 Lexington Brewing Co vs tho Com monwealth Appellant was tined for violation of tho local option law In short the court of appeals decided that liquor can not be sold In local option territory by wholesale- A dispatch received at Mt Vernon from Pierre S D says tho bodies of Nelson E Banks and Robert Chandler left that point Wednesday for Mt Ver non in charge of William Banks and Leo Chandler The two men were frozen to death on tho praire while looking after sheep They were natives of North Carolina and lived in Rock castle county Although Boyle county can boast of almost unlimited historical facts from her early days up to tho present time yet not a cent has been contributed by her citizens toward the amount that tho State Commission of tho Jamestown Ex jwsition set aside for Boyle George Peters the Negro who was picked up on the Stanford pike almost frozen to death died at his homo on tho creek It is supposed that Peters had been to Stanford and secured the two jugs of whisky that were found with him It is not known how long ho had been lying in tho road when found Advo cate oatofreatFebruary is birth days and anniversaries It has been truly said that if ono wants n namo ho should be born In February or ns near that time as possible Besides tho two most widely celebrated birth daysLincolns on tho 12th and Wash ingtons on tho 22nd wo find that there are ninny other noted births recorded for this auspicious month Victor Hugo Charles Dickens and our own Longfellow and Poe which come readily to our mind were born in Feb runty Benjamin Franklin and Wil liam McKinley narrowly missed a Feb ruary birthday and tho carnation day now so widely observed in memory of McKinley has close association with the other noted anniversaries Rising From tho Grave A prominent manufacturer Wm A Fertwell of Lucatna N C relates a most remarkable experience Ho says After taking loss than three bottles of Elcctrio Bitters I feel like ono ris- Ing from tho grave My tronblo is Hrlgbts disease in tho Diabetes stage I fully believe Hlectrlo Bitters will euro me permanently for it has already stopped tho liver and bladder complications which have troubled mo for years to Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Price only 500I NEWS NOTESIJohn Victory a leading merchant of Earllngton is dead Tho Centenary Female College at Clarksvllle Tenn burned causing a 75000 loss- Whilo under tho influence of whisky Lem Aihby shot and killed George Wicks near Madisonvillo Tho women of Chattanooga held a massmeeting to protest against tho newspapers publishing details of the Harry Thaw case Three sailors from the battleship Louisiana came to Washington Satur day and presented Mrs Roosevelt with a silver loving cup A steam launch containing seven persons struck a pier on a river bridge at Sacramento Cal All were thrown into the water and drowned The San Francisco delegation headed by Mayor Schmitz presented their side of the Japanese school question to President Roosevelt Saturday A Q C train of 22 cars of steel bottle carriers passed through Junction City this week consigned to tho coca cola people throughout tho South Gov Ansel of South Carolina has removed from office three directors of the State dispensary who are charged with misconduct and neglect of duty The country homo of John Wdna maker near Philadelphia in which were many valuable works of art was de stroyed by firo causing a loss of 750 000Two prisoners In the Lawrenccburg Ind jail attacked tho jailer in an effort to escape Their plans were thwarted by the timely arrival of a ConstableTho family husband wife and 15 children of Shelby county passed through Ixmisvillo to Arizona The railroad faro for tho big family aggre gated 280 Dr E II Merwin and Miss Hattic Slater a patient were found dead in Merwins office in Kansas City both having been shot It is believed Miss Slater did tho shooting There are symptoms of revolt by tho Western Senators at Washington against tho iron grasp and dictatorial methods of the old guard and there may bo interesting developments at the next session Former Gov Preston II Leslie died at his home in Helena Mont of pneu mania He was 88 years oldand had tho distinction of having been Governor of Kentucky and later of tho Territory of Montana A Negro prisoner held at Kansas City has been Identified by a young white woman as the fiend who mistreated her Thero Is said to be no likelihood of an attempt at mob violence though the victims condition is serious The jailer nt Russellville where Guy Lyons is to be hanged Friday was informed that the prisoner hada bot tlo of carbolic acid concealed about him but a search failed to reveal it Lyons denies that ho intends to end his lifeOpening of new mines in tho moun tains of Kentucky has caused great activity in railroad extension and sev oral lines aro building tracks into the new territories Tho L N is dou bletracking long portions of several of branchesAlmost movements In tho Birm ingham pigiron section have been mado on account of lack of cars and the prospects arc that the producers will not be able to take advantage of tho postponement of tho increase in tho freight rate Chronio patio Ono who suffers from chronlo consti patton Is In danger of many serious ailments Orlno Laxative Fruit Syr up cures chronic constipation as It aids digestion and stimulates tho liver and bowels restoring the natural no Ion of those organs Commence tak ing It today and you will feel bettor at once Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup docs not nauseate or gripe und is very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store Peoria Illinois makes moro spirits and pays moro internal revenue tax to Undo Sam than any other city great or small in tho Union Last year Peoria paid 33000000 in internal revenue tax nearly all of which was on high wines and alcohol This was moro than twico as much tax as was paid by any other city in tho country MR JAMES C Rein of Stanford is being mentioned as a desirable candi date to make tho race for Democratic Representative from Lincoln county We hopo Coxie will decide to make tho race and if he docs heros hoping he will win Somerset Times Foloys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and oxpols the cold from the system as it is mildly laxative It Is guaranteed The gen uine Is in the yellow package Pen nys Drug Store HUSTONVILLE Slcigh riding and coasting for the past week have been very much enjoy cd by our young people Tho red enameled back of a highly prized ladys watch was lost on Main Street Friday A suitable reward for it return to Miss Rose McCormack Any party wanting tb buy at a bar gain 160 acres of fine blue grass land with good Improvements For partic ulars address fox 82 Hustonville Ky Mrs Sallio Shipman returned Friday from a visit to Mrs P Wl Green ai Lexington Mrs Jones Baughman en tertains this Tuesday evening In honor of her guests Misses Sarah Baughman of Stanford and Mary Lawrence Clax ton of Louisville Thomas Peacock and family will move to Robbins Tenn March 1st where he goes to accept Ujo cashlerahip of tho Robbins Deposit Bank They have tho best wishes of their many friends here who commend them to the good people of their adopted home The subject of Rev Clarence Dan iels sermon Sunday morning is Pow er of tho Gospel Evening Four Pictures Sunday school at 945 A M The union prayer meeting Wednesday evening at the Presbyterian church will bo lead by Mr Charles Wheeler Mr and Mrs S D Yowell gave an elegant luncheon Friday to a number of friends in honor of the eighth anniver sary of their marriage Among thoso present were Mr and Mrs A J Ad ams Mr and Mrs Juno Mocker Mrs June Reid Misses Lou Hocker Cath erino Alcorn A B C Dinwiddie Fred eldest sonof P H Richards is seriously ill with a spinal trouble Ho is a bright boy and a fine musician Miss Mary handsome daughter of Mr and Mrs John S Murphy was the guest of Miss Margaret McCormack Wm McKlnnoy superintendent of the Granville Cecil farm in Boyle county spent last week at home Tho mail box of A Gordon on route No was stolen recently The box was tho Dow Wire Works make and tho owners name was very indistinct but the number 53 quite plain and would have to be scratched ofT to pre vent recognition Rural route carriers are requested to keep a watch out for it and if found to report it to tho post master hero A warning notice has been posted on tho McKinney and CofTeys mill pike by County Attorney W S Burch forbid ding the hauling of heavy loads on the road when it is wet The offenders will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law and deputies will watch and re port the names of all offenders You have heard of the fellow who locked his stable after tho horse was stolen Rev S B Lander will attend the called meeting of Presbytery at Hen derson on the 12th where ho is invited to preach and where ho will be granted license Ho received the highest mark in his studies ever attained in his col lege by any student and many noted pastors havo graduated there Ills percentage was 100 and under a most rigid examination thus entitling him to the highest honor In tho history of that institutionAt of his son Abe on Saturday morning at 3 oclock John T Newton after a lingering illness inci dent to old age passed into tho great beyond Mr Newton was near his 82nd mile stone in lifes journey and for many years was jailer at Oampbells villc his former home where his re mains were taken and interred Monday Ho was a dovout member of the Catholic church and enjoyed the confidence of all who knew him Tho auxiliary to tho C W B M met Thursday afternoon with Mrs Em mett McCormack with a good attend ance Mrs Ella Baughman the efficient leader was ably assisted by talks by Mrs Robinson Mrs Morse add Rev Daniels on Jlelps and Hindrances to Christian Work in India The ser vice was edifying and inspiring being greatly augmented by tho presence of tho new pastor and his wife who have promised their hearty cooperation in tho future They meet Thursday afternoon 14th with Mrs Josiah Bishop h This May Interest You No one is Immune from kidney trou ble BO just remember that Foloys Kidney Cure will stop the Irregulari ties otfd cure any ease of kidney and bladder trouble that Is not beyond tho reach of medicine Pennys Drug- Store thou oilDeep snows regions have retarded work on wells in the Kentucky producing sections and the month of February probably will show up light Only a few strikes were made in tho Wayne and Wolfe county fields You were very kindsaid the young girl to namo your new flying machine after me What is shV like 7 Well mumbled the inventor she is not much to took at but rhos aw fully fast1 d Too Maqy Winter Goods l 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 Mel Overcoats Cut to l48 o 1250 Mens Overcoats Cut to 94 gp l1000 Mens Overcoats Cut to 748 JI 7JO Mens Overcoats Cut to uAti98 050 Mens Overcoats Out to 448h500 Mens overcoats Cut to 3jB J Come in before you buy elsewhere and get our prices ti aaet SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Are You AwareIn the course of one year that tbe balance wheelof your watch makes 157C80000 revolutions Think Of ItIn time the oil gums produces friction and wears the V pertan accurate time piece fyit f An ordinary machine is oiled daily V your watch should bo oiled once u year Let us ex i tntlliueitj an honest opinion from us will cost you nothing J have employed Mr Louis A McKenzie an ex pert Watchmaker and Engraver to assist me and we arc the best equipped Watchmakers in the State with ull the modern instruments and material to do strictly liretclass work HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY Special Prices on Heating A j Stoves atljI t QeoD Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries c The Lincoln County National Bank of Stanford Ky HAS A Capital of 5000000 Surplus and Undi vided Profits 2500000 Individual Deposits 24000000 Available for Use of its Patrons 31500000 First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock JSOpOOi This Initttutloo WM originally eiUbliihea as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1858 then reorganliod as the National Bank of Stanford In 1885 and again reorganized ai the Vint National Baik of Stanford in 1889 having bad practically an uninterrupted exUtence for 43 years It U better supplied now wltb facilities for transact IngDuilneii promptly and well than ever before In IU long honorable career Accounts of Indlylduals Fiduciaries and Car poratlons Solicited Officers J HOOKER Prert 8 T UAIIHIS V Pre J J MCHODKUT8 Obr W H WEAKKNAMt Ohri Directors tY ReId DanYllle S T Harris Stanford J S Mocker Stanford K L Tanner M D Elmore Stanford S II Baughman Stanford T P Dill Stanford HubbleI I The Interior Journal E c WALTON M F NORTH Ii a cnndldntd for Heproiwntntlvoof Lincoln county lubjrct to tuu action Demo Static party J T ROBERTS It candidate for Magistrate In tho Grab Orchnnl Mnglnterlnl District subject to the aotlonof the democratic party Democratic Ticket For U S Senator J C W Beck ham l For Governor S W Hajtcr i For Attorney General John K r Hcndrluks For State Superintendent Schools M0 Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South TrimbleFor H M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert Vreeland For Treasurer Ruby LalToon For Clerk bf Court of Appeals Johp B Chennult T THE sad story of Evelcn Thaws life wrung from her in defense of her husband has raised her in public es timation and created a sympathy for her husband that we hope will ac quit him There must be something more than beauty in a poor girl who ti would refuse to marry a millionaire t until he had heard from her lips the story of her downfall accomplished by a fiend in human guise and loving her as he did it was but natural that the very sight of White would raise the bitterest resentment in the breast of Thaw If the half of what Mrs Thaw says is true White got what was coming to him and we do not believe the jury will agree to punish the man who shot him down liko the dog he was TUB statement is made that the net i earnings of the United States Steel Corporation for 1900 were 156619 111 Two thirds of this vast sum is t the result of authorized pilfering from the consumers of the country The trust stands at the head and front of the plundering but its enormous gains only represent a part of the price which the nation pays for the aggran dizement of a few favored individuals whose sordid gains are the amazement of the outside world INDIANA is a better State than we suspected and Fugitive W S Taylor and his tenderhearted governor may yet change their course and do the itj1 ht thing Statistics show that there are 6908 separate congregations in the various churches in the State witha trial membersnip of 930855 578015 p ipils in the Sunday schools 42571 in parochial schools 4915 active minis ters and 6470 houses of worship of which 150 are new WREN the totals of the present ses sion of Congress are footed up they will not fall short of one billion dollars the greatest amount ever authorized for expenditure at a single session of Congress This is the statement made by one familiar with the amount of money distributed by the Government A LOUISVILLE wife who claims that her husband had cruelly treated her retaliated by throwing gasoline on him and applying a lighted match to his clothing The poor fellow was almost burned to death Truly hell hath no fury like a woman scorned or infuriat ed A MISSOURI statesman has intro duced a bill in the Legislature to limit the cost and number of womens hats Tho law if it should become one will have to be ironclad Women will not only break their husbands but the lawI as well for uptodate headgear AN announcement was made in Now York that John D Rockefeller had given the General Education Board 32000000 lie had previously given the board 11000000 Look out for another raise on coal oil gasoline axle grease etc PULASKI county has a preacher nam ed W S Taylor We trust he is not even distantly related to one W S Taylor formerly of Kentucky but now carefully tucked away under the pro tecting wing of the Hoosier States governor CITIZENS of Ottawa Ont have ask ed the Postmaster General to deny the use of the malls to papers printing de tails of the Thaw trial Ho had not granted their request up to the hour e we went to press POLITICAL A member of the Missouri Legisla ture has promised not to introduce a bill during the session- Congressman John Franklin Rixey of the Eighth Virginia district is dead of consumption in Washington John Skeins majority over Tevis for the democratic nomlna 0tian for mayor of Lexington is 938 The total vote cast was 4016 The first half of the Indiana legisla l close total costlaws had beenpassed at u Of 60000 Sea t 1 Charles P Wagers has been appointed postmaster at Kirksvillo Lee M Reuter at Pongo Rockcastle county In spite of the fact that the Rivers and Harbors Hill as passed by tho House carries 83000000 it is expect co that the Senate will increase it largo- ly Two baptist ministers are candidates for the Republican nomination for the Kentucky Legislature from the district composed of Knox and Whitley coun tiesSentiment is developing among the Democratic Senators to allow a vote on the San Domingo treaty and an extra session of Congress may not be necessary A bill was introduced in the Wisconsin Legislature to prohibit actresses appearing in tights unless wearing skirts reaching four inches below the kneesSenator Beveridge is wrought up over the various setbacks his efforts for child labor legislation have received and will press tho matter at the next sessionThe Tennessee House passed the bill increasing the appropriation for pensions for the widows of Confederate soldiers The bill now goos to the Governor Punishment by imprisonment which is mandatory Is Imposed on druggists- or others who operate blind tigers under a bill Which has passed the Indiana Moue A bill prohibiting persons under 18 years of age and pupils in school or universities from smoking cigarettes in any public place was passed by the Illinois Senate- Representative Spright of Mississip pi introduced a bill providing that Secretary Shaw shall divide the cotton tax fund among the cottongrowing States for use In pensioning Confeder ate soldies and their widows John Skain the administration can didate won the nomination in the Democratic mayoralty contest at Lexington The much talked o Negro registration certificates were used but in what quantity is not known Wilker son the defeated mayoralty candidate stated in an interview that he bowed to the result and took occasion to deny the story that he would lead lbolt Additional Local Time Maccabees of McKinney will give an oyster supper at their hall next Saturday night Go and help a good museWANTEDGentleman or lady to trav el for Mercantile House of large capi tal Territory at home or abroad to suit If desirable the home may bused as headquarters Weekly salary of 1000 per year and expenses Address Joseph A Alexander Stanford Ky GOOD SHErTONMr Shelton M Saufley who begun the newspaper business with the INTERIOR JOURNAL and who is now managing editor of the Frankfort Journal has been appointed secretary and treasurer of the Schools of Reform at a handsome salary The new job will not interfere with his position on the Journal we are glad to say TilE Rummage Sale is almost here Those living in the country will kindly bring their contributions to town Wednesday afternoon 13th and leave at the storeroom recently vacated by Mr Ed Peyton Those in town having bulky goods and no way todeliver them will please notify some member of the committee Mrs Cook or Mm Bright immediately and have goods ready Wed nesday afternoon 13th when they will be called for The young ladies will have an uptodate Valentine Candy Sale early Thursday morning 14th in time for every young man and boy to secure a box for his best girl as a valentine Housekeepers dont forget our Respectfully Here and There Turk KInkaid was shot and killed in a crap game by John Haddox at the Fox JUdge mines near Middlesboro The docket of the Shelby county circuit court carries a hundred cases against Negroes for crapshooting and bootleggingA of Mr John Y Leavell of Garrard and his great grandson yesterdaysthe father In law of Capt J A Doty county clerk of Garrard- The new building of the Carnegie Institute which has been erected by Andrew Carnegie at Pittsburg at a cost of 6000000 will be dedicated with impressive public ceremonies on April 11 and two following days Tire editor of theoMemphis Tenn Times writestIu my opinion Fo leya Honey and Tar is the best remedy for coughs colds and lung trouble and to my own personal knowledge Foloys Honey and Tar has accomplished many permanent cures thnt hare boon little short of marvellous Refuse any but the genuine In tho yel low package Pennys Drug Store J W DISIION the erstwhile Mil ledgeville merchant willopen a butch er shop at Junction Roy Reynolds and Bryant of Iwr For Sale Privately One dotthlo tented rnrrtnuc with pole aOwlnit nmchltus I refrigerator I Iron pnlrsvulrs l A A harrow now church or gnu nnlttrvis rings wnsli ktitntl Wlllstll cheap If sold tit once H rcmVYHtiinfonl Ky Farm for Sale or Rent Hood farm of tlillllfIJI1tlr Tvirncrsvllle for Mile or rent Nlcw now ruaklvnco unil all utee5stry In goal nllIllr Trrnu AdArrssJItilVFltCc l3 Kyorcnll on C K lionrer un thul1lUCt Nice Home for Rent t deslnstu nut for the year my ulneo of S iicres of Kroniul om from htnn lord UII panvlllo Street It contain a two roxiilence of live Clam two hulls rU tfriitilliirMTvaiits room anti sill 0131Uullt Ings loserssloll Kiv n Imnudlnlely Ai l llciint will plrttsenpply to J II 111x1011 JOHN imUlUT JH FARM FOR SALE I wish to well privately ray farm or iaj lucres thPoMAbriiliUit tllflI near the Ot miles IrumUnib Orchard nlltlmflkII of Revolt roomi CHiUmlM Injs In fairly good ruuilr Vill at UllcliOii door and four prlnir on tho farm JVrnia riiiMHUiliU urm seek on liettdlrt road In the county J 0 lIVYKsBt nrKjiv HK 110 NQTICEi Wit want every perxon that U allllcted with rlieuniiitUm kidney trnulilo or any dlneaie nrtsliiK from Impure lilood to try a package of our istandard remedy Kemem seer we Kuunnteo It Jo cure If nrvonl lug to directions or your money will IK n funded Kach package contain 3U tlOMi with n rvKtBtijred KUnrintee Irloc Silt For sale by U AVIIIIum Agent McKlnmy Ky Poultry And Eggs Wanted I will pay highest market price for Turkeys Eggs Uulneiu ami nil other poultry Also ults Will found constantly at my oftlce on Lancaster Ht J1lluckblocal manager 1111 Northcott D J SMITH DEALER IN General Merchandise and Country Produce GILBERTS CREEK KY NOTICEII TIUNfuonu ngent for tho Uftini Jacknnd Wire Htrvtcher for Lincoln and darrard counties Any ono npedliiK one cun order of inent Irvnclienvlllo Ky ItRlvramttplvnkuruto state that I have known Mr Inmsford yeura and that he U thoroughly renpomdhlv and truthful What he tells you about the wonderful ma chine can bo retied on K C WALTON Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot titreou STANFOUO KY Hpeclal Attention Given omtnerclnl Men ioodldKlut UcuiftOluible hates Stock Peneln Connection VITAE Ol E I Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Pain Killer derm Destroyer DUeiue Han liher Ulood Vltallzer Health mid Htrnngth Iteitorer N H Bogie Marksbury Kentucky General Agent PUBLIC SALE I I will over at public nule on the II I Hawkins furor oil the Htnnfurd t Hanvllle pike on- HATQItIM Y KKII 17tho following described property Forming Implement Including two ZhorM wagons and harness iprlng wagon Ilharton und harness11towers binder three 1horau cultivators 8 tobacco friiinin and nil other farming tads household and kitchen furniture i homo com fort ildo Ixianl refrigerator bed room Mttc he two f13mly horses I 7 ur ultwork atle pedigreed brood nglatreclhortforgoImccobarnvrlll begin nt In A- ItRAWl 1 TnnUIONI spend a IIfJ lootlnr over tho HENRY BOSCH COM PANY WALL PAPER sample at your own borne tlttlnc comfortably In your cuyehairl You can make a better selection that way than by ranaacklnjr the store You eM the whole line the very lates- tdeslcnaths loveliest tlnta and richest color effect including Imported pattern Everything wood In wall papers in the Dosch line lowestNewWill call with Poach Sampler any hour you name Loo them OYer to your hearts con tobuyDash Wall Papen House Painting And Craning Charlie Stewart Stanford Ky Central Kentucky Real Estate Excise lit TITLE CO No 1MA 220 acre term Ijlng on Ulx rlur otar Crab urcoatd About 7uacr cultivation aud Jiacrraln pasture rest lu rued lltulxr Atom Inuring hull tmsuu the t story t room dwelling Irdln Iy OIlblll and crib sod a ttr goof truant hues The IIulhtlnp are la ntl butlhaecr are not Tae pl wuehab5osvttItIIngSwlugs ThlsIag iloclc lariu and Ise a tla 1tlre unlj- K3W No Ui US 170 acre lane near HuitouTlll iootli dllln aLd barn a loud ill wetrrrd could be old for town lUll well at III ffflrine And IIIIIIlInol ale In III condUIn- hI 1vaol the test rids In Ills tJunl7 Th sell rich and will rulerS hemp eta lfItll f IO tie 4 Twd story faro dwelllul1 room DIU cud rand thud gardru lancing sod house good rsralr For salsOrrent Irk rOlloabl No S4 llous and hve ecru of laod In 31eKln Kr Necteuryuulbulldbuga nd1I1Wo1 sus well witrrrd place ou mj term No 139 sera of rood land six rooms two dwelefg well watered 11nrlul I- iIhauburlutibis II city IInfd Tktlaadesirable hdr school and ci reasoni- tlNur75ruomtrans cottage andmnc Kie o land lu Klnntlllt Large bun smoke haute Ac All bttldUift aud touting lu goad r Ilr 41- 10NoO167armollend college of niouit uecary CIlbutMlblICIDI ana arlll I4M ladkluge goal rtpalr tUce a gdsudld cd at house etc land Ii ill level and well Voun apple and peach Prles55te1uUm- NoYolt Ii all all mUulNm Iwa m am farm In Ibl Waollbul sedan about mils lrulll I ell road tattoi- cltwetn lst once storei church etc 1- 1bLn t curt7 roads Bur Erie IMIw iu ut br lac 1our room 40g a olndlo1 buu 11161t boutlnll Cud has two Is wdere l wllb nevrrfalllug rlral and I ru flit brsach thrash lbe p ace trs goad ffne tog andol1l11Udln Price 115 Tcnuled- 00205Iwacre tarot UlulrJ on tbe ajnn bur and Mt rnon road abul a mile at l WJnrobufC has s5roomcollage etc Tbl rallhiruU and he l lace In S geolllman In will wll It cbtPIaudn tr utait lliA Dire large store room sod dwdlloj above cnntUilnnof ocnllllcoel furntibrd ruonii A p hue and lot alit all aecesur ltulbollllI- lCIThlIIIJ 1110 goal repair situated on M- enrwtIn In Ih Duolull portion 01 Thlsprowrtywlllbsesldofabarglna- Iaaplendldoplsrtufltyto some In r and dwelllog brl- ne UblDed wilt be treat aatlngiartnt est Nu 19 acres ul land near Crab orchard Cheap No 219uoe scant lot In Junction City at Houtbcmt tlumtr of lucvii and Iroflon nr u frontlll 50 feel liD lonon stark Shd ruanh South unlueuulnet121fcol Pike cash No Zll ion eanjoton lig nilmtln Plan lord inodgirdru eta Kirrjlhln In good re pilr Price IWO No 1110 den of land dtlllrgt of roomi herolessThis properly lays liwe n ruuniy ardl turnplkca All the buildings and fesdng ate In good repair Piece Is well xltnJ 1ygdslsprings treks etc Splendid tobacco Und and wit sets harrel of corn to the arre 1bl rll reuaicatheown rfroin2to 10 twr seat 11hlltDtllmnL ltssoo of If Dot Ibo pHIt iitcrae of laud In Unroll county If Ire loot fog fora bargain lhl li yourchancr lace cbfap NolI9IOOltnlfarm stout mlln from lawn Iays rpleodldbf in eullUaUon well water d ele collage ot fourtoom lure b Irol crty well febved eta Price SM IwrNra No47 SeTtn room dwtlllnr good cellar and U acres land Iseerfallto well and ptlll IDdl sod outbullJta In fur wndltlon Cesepplar- dose to town Ylllnll I small family No 21TVI acre rarm In mile ol thil1s IIOry 8 loom dwalllnc hrs house smoke house wfI tic All the IIalldl llllUld teDda are Infelreoodlllonnflood apple orthsrd shout n arm In cultlntlon reo g Umber Wllfnd by a serer falling well and wales ot youth Fort Price fl200 No 91 A farm of ut100acmononoilb trot turnpikes In the county A kandwiae two frume nd one of tb lorje nud- IIMt dory laves In the 017 Till plnro II eTfrrlhlnf itbOutII feewnurvd and by III plLodld ftpnlr In n goodtwnmuell close W Khool 0 IIlooU minute dlvr froul Stanford This a very dcslrnbl Dome Pile 17IOl No 75 joooo acrd of cotton lend In Mlitliilrpl of country whkh oeereomano- ppodunltiesforprohfabletnvestmtntisTe atuu 110lla Prll- afCllyVny The Umber Is tweoming monwlu ibis all time for thereaton thailumterveople rum the North where the uprly of Umber la tut Ire conjuntly Increnlnr their per cSSs of IntheSouth hft the tln bMUtM Ofe7thelan4 K untqualeS for arkultu bale of Cotton to thrat purposes It will produce a senor will grow other klnl of crop ralwd In thele rer The 101I1Ie1 no fertllUeri an J hetllleyis lJpedeckandlhhinaoarhoboysDeltafaroI- nd timber lands vettment that be will never regret This UnJ It dl Bled Into tracts ranting from 40 acres the Uacl to 17000 acres I4lhl lark and prices from n per acre to Sl6 per acre according to locatlpn etc ire authorized by the company who owns these land to state that ai other parties are tonjUfrine the of there lands that we otter lbes e tract tub eetloprloruIIwllhdrawal Iran maikel or Chang n price wlthont However when notified they will hold any tract out of mukel long enoueb for the purchaser to make an Invest fatten About 11000 of land has hen Com- since werecelvedthuoption fUr further ftf Iculan ell at our offic- eNolS230acrefarm M mile of Crab Orchard Ky Ilrlck dwelling 8 rooms two tenant boutra two barn well sad spring tier dwelling Firm In blgh of cullllliion I50 sere fiver bottom lind good fencing fruit etc RIM 11000 an acre No Tt nice tarn at Illihland Kywelllmprov- d well wltrd etc Irlce lino f4 acics of land on Jamestown road south of Dunnvllle 100 acres In cultivation about TI acres In and rest In grass A large new fume dwel- ligstsoanolJdweihngonplace A nw barn and wo oU ones and the ftnclne Is good On public road Pries huoo Also a 60 barrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Halt UUer Steam power new up todate In rtlcoUf ono dwell ne with ImproTementiandSOacrei of floe and closo to Southern 19 1M Cottage Larcwler 77 fret front sod fret deep All neausry outbuildings except Eff Is new and In good inarm Co- tgewntabor4rooouball nrlndlIck porch and Ie Price KVWUO No 10Ten acre of land two story front cot tage seven rooms halls lie house Is ties a good ode and splendid orchard ot l j acm fencla- rodtwostabieI buggy house smoke house eto A goOd well on puce tbe Ii also a goal mill oa tbe place a g OIl crusher In mill It Is run by lilt urlllOer which a great economy and the dim Is In good repair Wilt sail the property at a low figure or lease It NoJ Frame hotel large room double term d ball WI Etc A large 2 story storeroom otl13gstreet ao feet from hotel up talr 1IIIa blfordw In 2 nlceeoltagll nicely turalbed paperttloil palntttl rooms and veranda ebA Meer stable ledlargl barn on seine used as rden Vacant lot ad10nlogM feet front by 200 feet deep AU of Ibis property In London X7 one foraoineone to mate mone- yprlelortiureNaedtorentprperty far 550 per month wire only for desire to exchange reuon 111111proprietor for farm In No 1A mall farnl of 15259 If good hail located close lo town Price No MM of land acre Bomnat E7eu In seven flflola Forty In cUllin- Uon 40 acres io picture bllnce In timber VWfll confab seven rooms barn and IU nlC i dry outbuilding Fences sod bulldbngs In glen Id repair Well atered lrlce2800- to 25ILO acre of land In Yon county Ku- mllsafromrailroadilx and Ji inllw trout Arkansai rter tJoUL7 acr Is river bottom L Ontclasi land and In graae This land Is for sale or 325 exchange acre In Allen county Ky on rail road and about 60 acres cultivated about 1ZS In timber and grass and about iAA i cut to IS 160 In grass Timber on lacbe but will make barrel timber sizing lei tie and cord wood enough to tbe place twice over A large part is teDcI ed There are four dwelllngi of rooms each and one store of twostorln with room nbOTe bal wells and spring of water U In 2 mllel of county seat and tobacco corn wheat grass eto for 12200 Onehalf cab Dry Feet I There is no part of ones dress so neces afterIas o- erti cE 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 consumer never be able to detect it until he has worn it We have be- enExceedingly Cautious r in this matter and I doubt if there is another stock of Shoes in this section as free from COMPOSITION insoles and counters and cutoff vamps and tips as ours We BELIEVE CANDIDLY that The Walk OverHand uManssHfor fine shoes 350 to 5 and the J T Wood heavy goods like Honest Mike Level Bestc are built today of better sole leather betterupper leather than any goods on the market today Try them and compare them with any goods at same price and see if we have not told the facts r Welsell them q I H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 No Better Cough Remedy is Made than Our Compound Syrup White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky IONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO i TRADC MARK LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists i gonttdAt tills Senaonof thoyear wureeomtnendaccording to our motto Only the heat for ea Wo lire solo Ilgenta for the Orhllllil lrIKAh Bolden Eye Hllhe which ii 011 Oil a t oddvuguuntldoelyllItI lItconllllll to our ntolto Only tlte lirst for granulated t onlylts23otWiiyalLHorses and Mules For my big Combination Salo to be held MARCH 7TII I want 60 Work Horses HnniCbS Horses and Mules On date of sale will scllIIY entire livery outfit Buyers are plentiful and prices have been high hero Ad dress s W Burke CityKy 0 iNEW GINGHAMS fI rr7r Now Patterns in Ginghams lOc to Ufio per yard t V 1ilclUcrcj on Ginghams urc veryslow hut we WQrpj ftrtujihtak eiiougli to genii largo part of the Ones wo bought A special value is n epliyr Ginghnm nt 15c per yard Quality and patterns very much like the 25e goods X SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY I STANFORD KY Fun 12 1007 sUllplyeonyi Drug Store PERSONALS MR FrtANK BARNBTT is down with thy grip Mn L M HUBV Is In Cincinnati buying Rood Mn J E LYNN continues In a dan gerous condition MR W M BRIGHT was laid up with tho grip yesterday Mns O P HUFFMAN spent several days with her sons at Danville MISS SUN Rout of Lexington spent Sunday with her parents here HON F P COMBEST of Casey was harp yesterday and called at this office Mu SAM SEVERANCE of Louisville Is with his brother Mr Will Severance MISS GEOKOIA LEWIS of Crab Orch ard spent Sunday with hcrparcnUi here Miss MARY BRUCE attended tho fu neral of Mr Henry T Gray at Perry vile Liberty Now says that our friend Jason Wesley has a son at his house MlSJJ PEARL Ace Is back from Lox inRn and Is hoarding at Mrs W S Jones Miu STERLING CURTIS has gone to 8 Nashvlllo to tako a position with tho L N mpiuwas the guest of her sister S MARY SIIEUIY of Arcadia was tho Rucit of her sister Mrs P M Mc Roberts Mns G S CARPENTER of Crab Orchard WM tho guest of Mrs J N Mcncfcc MARSH NEWLAND sun of H N New land of tho East End Is threatened with fever MR M MULUNS and family have moved from the Ottenhclm section to I Desoto Mo MR J M COFFEY of the West End who has been sick was able to attend court yesterday MR A C SINE went to Middlcsboro yesterday to buy lumber for Danvilles now skating rink MR AND MRS 0 D MURPHY and children of Lexington arc visiting her parents at Rowland MISSES EVELYN COLUER and Myrtle 4 Southerland are tho guests of Misses Emma and Maggie Land SAM 0 CASTILLO of Stanford Is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Michael Castillo Monllccllo Outlook JIM AND RonERT Woons of Stanford visited at Rev John Woods and attended tho funeral of Mr Joe Smith Somerset Republican MR A D KNOX of Louisville for Mutual Benefit In10 years with tho surance Co Is spending tho week with Local Agent R M Newland MR GEORGE W HUNN of tho firm of Hunn Coffey Morcland was hero I yesterday and left tho advertisement which appears In our stock column MR RODMAN KEBNON ofFronk fort Is attending circuit court Ho has been mentioned for tho legislature from old Mercer Harrodsburg Herald MR Taos PEACOCK of Hustonvllle has been taking banking lessons under preparatorypj Liberty News MRS GEORGE B COOPKR and son Tilden Cooper will go to Nashville to V morrow to visit her sisters and broth I ers This Is Mrs Coopers first visit for pleasure alone In 17 years MESSRS J W RIGGINS of Casey t and WJ Murphy of Rlchland Oregon r who Is visiting his brothers in the State of Casey wero callers at this office yesterday Both are valued I J patronsMR S BAUGHMAN wife and two children returned from a protracted visit to relatives in Texas Friday Mr B Is delighted with the Lono Star State which ho thinks ranks next to Kentucky MK BEN T LUNSFORD returned Fri day from a months tour of Texas and Oklahoma lie Is delighted with the country ho went over and promises toI tell tho I J readers about it in a let ter or two soon MRS HENnY BANFORD has returnd to her homo In Chicago after spending several weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs Forestus Reid Mr and Mrs Horace Bowman have arrived for a stay with Mrs Mnry Withers Bowman Advocate MR J H WnEN is slowly improving I JUDGe J 1 ADAMS was hero from Mt Vernon yesterday MR HENRY BRIGHT HAYS of Junc tion City spent Sunday with his parents hero Mn D B Tuuon attended tho bur- Ial of his nunt Mrs Susan Tudor at Richmond Saturday ON nccount of having n deep cold lion Harvey Helm did not accompany lions W P Kimball and Ben Johnson- to Washington as was his intention Mns KATHKYNK BEAZLKY is at Somerset nt tho bedside of her brother Gil bert Grinstcnd who has typhoid fever Mr G was slightly improved at las accounts Mn T It WALTON who with hi TamllalFlaregular summer weather and that fish Ing In tho gulf is One just now LUrFINE Winter weather this SEVERAL cono pulleys for sale at this ofllco LOCUST poets sale D C Sipple I McKinney Ky Font SALE house I now livo in Bud Holdftmon NEW stamping patterns nnd flosses Mrs Leslie Carter NEW patterns in stamping Mrs K P Miller Stanford TilE wife o f Jlnrvcy Mills who died very suddenly at Somerset Friday was buried at Hustonvillo Sunday TilE creditors of John A Wright nro requested to file with mo immediately their claims verified M required by law J B Iaxtoq ENCLOSED find order for ren- eW the L J tho best paper printed writes our old friend Mr W J Ho gan of BryanUvillc Miss ANNIE has thanks fora box of delightful candy She made it herself and it wns as good ns mortal man ever tasted WANTED an experienced farm hand lone with small family Will pay good to right mnn J L Barnes Rowland Ky on J F Cook farm MONEY Trustee of the Jury Fund W 0 Walker tells us that money for tho jurors who served at tho special term has arrived nnd that he will pay it out on application J 0 BOGIE a clever young demo crat of the Buckeye section of Gnrrnrd has announced for Representative Ho is a soninlaw of Mr Thomas Best of the West End of Lincoln IN tho county court yesterday tho will of S N Davidson was probated Ho leaves his property to his wife and brothers and sisters This and somo routine business was tho extent of tho work done THE old family mule belonging to Mrs Mary Jane Ashlock died a fe days ago It was 24 old as gentle as- a lamb and tho family thought so much of It that they repeatedly refused good offers to sell It A GOOD crowd ntttnded court yester day nnd business generally was satisfactory There was only one man who showed signs of too much red liquor and ho left town curly It was the quietest and soberest crowd seen hero in years IcEMr J D Ends tells us that he filled his big icehouse with the clear est prettiest four inch ico ho ever saw The man who had an icehouse and did not fill it during tho recent cold spell deserves to drink warm water when good old summer time comes Two unidentified men have been tak en from the debris of a wreck of a freight train on tho L N railroad near Middlcsboro Sunday night and it Is thought there may bo several more dead under the pile of cars The wreck delayed No 24 tho northbound morning passenger 56 hours BARN BURNED While Mr James I Wilmot was in town Friday afternoon his barn on his farm on the Lancaster pike burned A valuable horso two calves five shoat a buggy Burry and harness and between 75 and 90 barrels of corn went up In tho flames It not known how tho fire originated Un fortunately he carried no insurance A FULL HOUSE Lli j rWo nro receiving now anti seasonable goods each day anti have tlfo right thing6 for early Spring Sowing J All Winter Goods are going at Cut Prices We dont buy them tkeel nnd they must go if even nt u loss Ally thing in Cloaks Furs Suits and Underwear you need cnn bo supplied here for little money GOOD letter press for solo at you own price This ollice SEE Mrs Kato P Miller before hav ing your stamping dono A BRAKEMAN named Bnugh whose home was at Science Hill fcllfrom hi freight near Kingavillo Friday nigh and wns run over nnd killed JOHN J MOSER told us yesterday that at the proper time ho would an flounce his candidacy for the democratic nomination for jailer of Lincoln county SALESMEN WANTEDTo look after our interests in Lincoln and Adtdress The Harvey Oil Co Cleveland 7 DRYEMM George VDrye died suddenly at Mlddleburg Friday She was u daughter of Dr and Mrs J T Wesley and was n most excellent woman ONE ground hog came out on the 2nd but whether he saw his shadow is not known Hell not bother any more for William Daugherty of tho Hales Well section caught and killed tho pesky varmint TilE ran shoe fits because it it made on a Hanan last not the stand ard lasts used by most makers Its shape is permanent due to the good stock and skillful shoemaking 1h lIanan shoe wears out but it wears ou gracefully retaining its shape to the hourIall tho good styles Cummins Mc Clary THURMOND Miss Cettie Thurmond for many years a school teacher in this county died at Hiscvllle Barren coun ty where she was teaching of pneu monla Saturday and tho remains wero taken to Danville yesterday for inter meat today She was a daughter of tho Into Fielding Thurmond anda sister of Mr Sam C Thurmond of county Miss Thurmond was a consis tent member of tho Christian church and a splendid Godly woman Many of Lincoln countys young people have been pupils of hers and they well remember her gentle disposition and sun ny temperament and are saddened by the nnnouncement of her death Be sides the brother mentioned above Mrs John S May and Miss Helen Thur mond both of Somerset arc left to mourn the loss of a loving and aflfec tionalo sister PORTER Miss Carrie Porter who had been n sufferer from cancer for a long time died at tho home of Mrs Mary J Withers on Logan Avenue at 4 oclock Friday afternoon and was buried in Buffalo cemetery after services at the homo by Mr J C McCla ry at 21 M Saturday She was Portedand Mrs Jennie Logan For many years the deceased had been n member of tho Christian church nnd she was i every way prepared and perfectly waswmost excellent woman and her good deeds on earth will be remembered lon after her remains shall havo returned to dust Some weeks ago Miss Porter sent for Undertaker J C McClary nnd had n long talk with him and after expressing her willingness to die she gnve him in minute detail her desires about being buried and her wishes were car ried out to the letter CARD OF THANKS If kindness flowers nnd sympathy could allay grief ours would be a meager sorrow Could sympathetic hearts and loving hands tem per affliction ours would be alleviated by those friends who so kindly and lovingly ministered to us in our sorrow Although it is a severe and bitter trial to know that we have passed a beauti fat Station of Hope nod Joyful antic ipation yet as we halt by this mist covered Station of Tears it is a conso lation to know that there are tender hearts who commiserate our woo and loving hands to aid in brightening lifes pathway as wo journey slowly but surely toward that sweet silent Station of Rest With Whittier we may say Alas for him who never sees tho stars shine through his cypress trees ForI tho flowers those children of the meadows born for sunshine and showers for tho attention of those friends whoso kindly ministered to our need for tho prayers and words of condolence we desire to express our most heartfelt i thanks and gratitude J W Ireland- r IFmsT car Northern seed oats just arrived J H Baughman Co- IF Sunbeam who sent us an teresting letter from Rowland will give us her name not for publication but as an evidence of good faith wo Wetwe do not print anonymous communications JESSE FITZGERALD condemned to bo hanged next Friday at Barbourvillc was baptized in a bathtub in the Lex ington jail it being necessary to double up his legs to get him insido the tub It will bo remembered that was Jn jail hero for aafe FitzgeraldI aPternl Nrna4a ONrI rreP t diers to tho scene of Vie crime He killed Mrs Broughton wife ofa miner AT the city council meeting Thursday night a lot of crushed rock was ordered from Sparks quarry in Rockcastlo and it looks like the city fathers are atIlast going to improve the streets is told on Councilman M D Elmore that ha was so absorbed in tho report- of the Thaw tnal that he forgot the city council meeting and was reported absent for tho first time in a dozen years Some routine work minor importance was tranascted an the august body adjourned Additional Local on Second Page LessontSix years ago learned a valuabl- lesson writes John Pleasant of Magnolia Ind I then began tak Ing Dr Kings New Life Pills and the longer I take them the better I everybodyCGuaranteed tic PUBLIC SALE Having decided to go Went I will odor for Icon HATI7UDAYFKU SI 1W7 nil of my pertonal property connlttlng of housuholaold In fool uyOhester Jowel aged work mulcn l yeiirltnK llllyiIrUIIIII mare lconddntIgedlugYhrcantsowtombluuutn Jewel nml fouryror old Imy gilding it rutting harrow nnd cultivator combined hone Syenrsold Jock ycnn old and n good one now top buggy and new lNu hors x wagon two prowl row to bring pigs In March nnd Mny two 2horne wagons one wnRonIlIIrntuplow row iIcCorudckutowIngtenchnenudrake Hay corn planter nh Hi tab wire log cbnlnniwltigle tnenthJhllmIDIIII nlkes one Issf roomt lIlIllIg cllrltIltlnstank stove SW pounds tout lu pounds of lard lot of other too flu nterou to mention Ihico located 1 mile from Crnli Orchard between Htnnford A UineanUr pike known the Ilarb King farm Terms inuile known on day of snit It A KOIUNftON Col J1 Chandler Auct POSTED slrletlay paMlng on our place and will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the law Fred VonOruenlgau Htlchcnliacb Ilro KredVonAllman Vonllruenlgan Fred Ilaumann Heorgu Holme- K llelchenhuch Joseph llullou J1lofnuutunDavid Htepuen Mary lloinminn lhwghuuuaJucoliJettweln Mum Dnmcron bin IJ Unlock OO Hover 11rsMlhtndletongPeter Jlnlmer J It Iamutilscli DaughertyJOMpntttJJ V Ink H K Martin IdurlsnyMYttorilrr PeopleJimpoonllllJoreI21 K jiiwrvncv Chris Jacob TRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kind Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic ture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Vnll Paper Mr E T Bcazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Sight 166 or 133 i A FLYER ash 1250 yards Of lino Sort Blench Cotton 30 inches the real value of which is lOc per y nrJa long as this lusts tHJc Not more than 25 yards to n customer SON + 4+ Hl M + + HHfH + + ++ ++ lHM Hill 1IM++ +++ + + H + I The Ground Hog Saw his shadow and according to tradition we will have six Weeks IIiletblasts of Winter by supplying you with Good Dry Shoes and Overshoes Heavy Underwear Furs and all ac aretalso prepared to show you our LacesdNainsooks LongCloths Cottons Etc v n seLMHUEYCO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 11 s1M01 t E T PENCE Dealer in I r Buggies Wagons Farming Implements Harness Etc Stanford Kentucky td ittttttl ANZ x Tooth Powder Purest and Best We Recommend It In ported Direct from Japan PRICE 25c STANFORD DRUG CO Combination Sale of HighGa Horses To be held at j DANVILLE KY FEB 19 AND 20 19Q7 F Reid Co will sell 125 select Business Horses consisting of Saddle harness Coach and a number of fine teams Also young Stallions for Saddle and Harness by Bourbon Chief 076 Dorsey Golddust 12052 Prince Rupert 887 Cecilian Chief 33098 Ac The product from Kentuckys best bloodwill be represented The Interior Journal Entered in tIlt POt Office at Stanford at uetmdclati matter- TOfWBumU TOUHtlAYS AND FlUDWfl AT 5100 PER YEAR CASH will bo charged prWben cot no poo TURKEYS I Tnrkev purer bra Mammoth Ilroniu to St horn prize w11tnltig nllllrcs lln R I nit un orlent st PrencherFarmWhite Fair View l oultry sure h isOlympian SpringsJWate l You are urged to try NenoUSIIlI Olnlllnll ttprlnR ntlr III IIml lJollltllllltlOll1Ivr lKtter Ask a Madder tted II M Hltms Irc- a lIuPottunlcuprletor01vmp1nupringe For Sale Privately bousl and 10 acres of lend ltuate- di of town limits on the Bomorse outsidejut kitchen and ser hal 7 roomsniv hobo good cellar Itablo and aU- In aeeearyoutbutlding Water hydrant the yard J p BAILEY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately Having determined to quit tannins I will SI5 ncrtneat tidiesfromDanvilleand oats tock Jenncu hurus find rood mares Will sell tit a latrgsdn If buyer In next at or days II B KINO 3tor- elnndINSURANCE Ky WlndBtorm Wfe and AMUintRat the HT1tONO1 ST and Lowest Pos BZSTOompanleI Paying lteo ble Ratel wlthas Brt0ncqualled Talk MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 Two Farms For Sale- S 1 ntlso to sell privately my fnrm of 170 Ron ires6 tulles efs well tmpro1d on the nnd Lenbll plenty of water and timber fenced ma unimproved In refarm of 100 acres Also an LexfIndbetween Lancasterlying midway WellGood outltJ ambedTurms reusoimble TIII1tRING krkibury GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy roadyanatleclotldugwhenthere In measurermake from a low price business suit to- iheflnestdressuitr Overcoats Trous rsantl Viincy Vest Tho company rep secant Is secona to none tHO KUlLKY The Tailor Htuufonl Ky t JAMES Ms PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEAUCB UT Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build ders Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concreto blocks for build 5ng purposes and do all kinds of con crew work Prices on application edceaTy a Undertaker Embalmer and JDttderin HarnesaSaddlery QUo 7ANFORD KENTUCKY Office Pbone 187 Home Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and EmbalmI ore Also Dealers in Fur siture MattiugsRuge They will exchange Furniture for aH Kinds of Stock Give 3kemaCall Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT Three Magic Poland China Boars Price 16 each W M Bright IH B Wilkinson bought of M D El more two 300pound hogs at Ole II G Lutes bought a lot of stock hogs at 6c and stock cattle at 3Jc J M Craig of Rockcaatle sold here yesterday 1C mixed cattle at 3 to Sic FOR SALE2oo shocks of foddor Mrs F B Barnett Hustonvllle Ky FOR SALESIX red Berkshire boars ready for service J C Lynn Stan ford Twenty good threeyearold mules for sale Will sell in pairs B G Fox Danville Wm McCray of Mt Sterling sold his crop of 20000 pounds of tobacco at 12c round J Mullins has bought of Jonas Kcnzfo the J 1 White place nearMt Vernon for 1160- eorgeBohonof Harrodaburg has had two barns to burn on the same lot in the last two years FOR SALE Twoyearold Shorthorn bull thoroughbred Price 45 Morgan Bcazley Stanford The Granville Lorton farm of 187 acres near Pisgah Pulaski count changed hands for 2600 Pair red sorrel mules three years old this Spring and 16 hands for sale Powell Depp Hustonvillc Ky Clel Coleman bought of R E Thompson a bunch of hogs at Gc and of Sid Duke some 90pound shoata at Gel J L Soper averaged 1830 pounds of tobacco on 12 acres of Bourbon county land He realized 233 80 per acre FOR SALi500 shocks of fodder and three stacksof hay A W Carpenter Moreland Ky phone No9 Junction City American Wire Fence and all kinds of farming implements lime cemen plastering etc for sale Hunn Coffey Moreland Ky David Castleman has sold thestalliol Yorktown by Powhatan dam Jamaica by Lexington to the Breeders Bureau Harrodsburg Herald Three sheep came to my place near Ottcnheim about two months ago Owner can get them by paying for this notice and their keep Sam Zwahlen LOST last Monday black hog weighing about 130 pounds with few whit spots ring between nostrils curly hall right ear crapt Reward for recovery Embry Bros J W Allen passed through with 210 hogs bought of Casey county parties at 5J to 5c He also had a few cattle for which he paid 31 to 4c IL L Murph taught 85 hogs in the lower end of the ounty at 5 to cLiberty News STANFORD COURTThere were abou 200 cattle on the market yesterday and most all of them sold Prices ranged from 2J to 41c There was a deman for good cattle Horses and mule were high but not many changed hands A C Robinson sold 308 acres of land lad his country residence about 3 mile from town to his son George D Robinson at 70 The friends of the latter ire glad that he has located here again after sojourning for awhile in Lincoln jounty Lancaster Record The sale of the famous Pepper tarn and horses was held at Lexington Sat irday and John E Madden paid the top price for the stock paying 4000 for thethoroughbred mare Lady Pepper A large number of men interested in the Kentucky turf attended the sale Buy your fertilizer field and grant eed from me and save freight Write for sample and prices on what you need James D Shelby Junction City Ky I carry in stock flour bolted meal bran shipstuiT lime salt cement brick stock food poultry food pearl grit oyster shell linseed medl itton seed meal CHURCH Rev M F Hughes of Pulaski is nducting a great revival at Avis Russell county There have already been 42 conversions Usual services next Sunday at the ustonville Presbyterian church Subject for morning service The Triumph of Faith It Evening subject Running the Race to Rev L M Omer will spendanother week preaching at tho Christian church at Crab Orchard Eld Joseph Ballou filled his pulpit here Sunday and as usual preached a gopd sermon Eld J H McNcill of Kokomo Indi has accepted the call extended by the First Christian church at Winchester and will assume pastoral charge in few weeks The salary is 2500 per ear Hunting for Trouble Ive lived In California 20 years and am still hunting for trouble in- tho way of burns sores woundabolls cuts sprains or a ease of piles that ucklcns Arnica Salve wont quickly oureIt writes Charles Walters of Al liany Sierra county No use hunt- lng Mr Walters It cures ovary case Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store 250 NEW STOREl have opened a new store in the Schanzenbapk building at tenheim and am carrying a general line of merchandise I cordially invite the 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 Notice to Contractors Notice is Hereby Given That the Fiscal CourtIof Lincoln County Will on t JVIpnday March 4 1907 Beginning ut 10 oclock M proceed to open sealed hills for atone grael null ditching contracts on the various sections of turnpike in said count All bids for furnishing hauling breaking mid spreading stone nUll gnwcl and for ditching must be sealed nnd filed with the County Court Clerk he lure 10 oclock A M March 4 1907 and no bids will bo received niter llid time Contracts will bo let to the lowest and best bidder and Contmcto8 nro required to give bond with surety to be approved by the Court for the faithful performance of their contracts mid for nil penalties anti daumgcs fllr failure to so perform their contracts f Tho amount of stone or gravel to be placed on each Section is ns folluws Stanford d Dauville Section 1 from Stanford to Hawkins Branch 20 IOIls stone Sane Section 2 from Hawkins Branch to Boyle line 20 rods 8tOllO and 20 rods gruel Rush Branch pike Section 1 from Stanford Lana ter pike to Rush itrnnch 3rods stone Same Section 2 from Rush Branch to Hubble 40 rods stone Danville t Lancaster pikewhole road 15 rods stone Stanford Knob Lick Section from Stanford Ilustonville pike to Hanging Fork Creek 20 rods stone Same Section 2 froth Hanging Fork Creek to Danville Hustonvillc pike 10 rods gravel Lincoln it Boyle pike whole road 5 rods gravel Slit furl it Millcdgcvillo piko Section 1 from Stanford it Hustonvillo pike to McConnacks church 20 rods stone Samo Section 2 from McCormocks church to Millcdgevillo 5 rods grave Crab Orchard Chappells Gap pike whole road 75 rods gravel Stanfoi it Prcachersvlllo pike Section 1 from Stanford it Crab Orchard pike to Wilkcraius Branch 25 rods stone Same Section 2 from Wilkorsons Branch to Crab Orchard it Laticastc piko 25 rods stone Crab Orchard it Lancaster pike Section 1 from Crab Oiclmnl to G W Evans place 30 rods gravel Same Section 2 from G W Evans place to Gnrrard county lino 25 rods gravel Stanford it Grab Orchard pike Section 1 from old etono house toI II D Baughnmns gate 20 rods stone Some Section 2 from II D BnughmanB gate to By waters gate 20 rOtls stone Sumo Section 3 from n waters gate to Crab Orchard 20 rods stone Stanford it Ottcnheim pike Section 1 from Stanford it Wnyncsburg pike J G Lynns 10 rods grae1tSame from J G Lynun to Booncu blacksnilthvehop r Section 2 2i IOItll jravel Same Section 3 from Boone shop to Oltcnlicim 30 rods gravel Star tonI Dix River Garrard County it White Oak pike Section from How and to Ilnyduna Switch 10 rods gravel Same Section 2 from Hayden Switch to W IL Traylorn lano boyoni stilt 30 rods stone Santo Section 2 from Traylors lane to Garrard county line 12 rods gravel Stanford it Waynesburg pike Section 1 from Stanford to Ottcnheim pike 20 ods stone Same Section 2 from Ottenbcim piko to May wood county road at foot of lulls Gap 15 rots stone Slime Section 3 from Mnywood county road at foot of halts Gap to H Charters tore 10 rods stone Saute Section 4 from Carters store to Hutchisons echooMiou 4 tills tone Same Section 5 from Hutchisons schooMiou to Butts store 12 rod tone Sumo Section ti from Butts store to Kingsville pike 15 rods stone Same Section 7 from Kingsville pike to Geo Gaines 15 rule stono- Suno Section 8 from George Guinea to G W Clifta 25 rods steno Slime Section fl from G W Clips to WnyiuslHirg 10 roils gravel KingHvillc it Pleasant Point piko Section from Stanford it ayiiehiirp pike to county road leading to Casey county 20 rods gravel Sumo Section 2 Casey county dirt road to Kingnillc 20 rots gravel Me vinney it South Fork pike whole road 25 rode gravel Hustonvillo it Cofleys Mill pike Section 1 from Hiutonville to Will arsons 15 rods stone Slime Section 2 from Wm Carsons to Mt Sodom 30 rods ctone- Hustonvillo it Bradfonlsvillc pike wholo road 25 rods gravel Huttonvillc it Carpenters Creek pike whole road dO nxis stone out 50- rodi gravel i Dauville it Ilustonville pike Section from Hnstonvillo to Blank pike CO rolls stone Same Section 2 front Black piko to Boyle county lino 20 rods stone and 10 rods gravel- Carpenters Station it Moroland pike whole road 26 rods gravel Tuniersville McKinney whole rtt dJ5ral4 gravel McKinney it Turuunville from Jolui Murjihys to MoKiunoy 30 rods of- gravel Green River gravel Stanford it Hmtouvillc pike Section 1 from Stanford to Turnersvillo 40 rodstone Same Section 2 from Turnersvillc to Hustonvillo 50 rods stout Turnersville it McCornmeks church pike Section 1 from Turnorsville to- Sam Helms 10 rods gravel Sane Section 2 from Sam Helms to C Bishops 10 rolls gravel Same Section 3 from C Bishops to Knob Lick pike 5 rods gravol Stanford it Lancaster pike Section 1 from Stanford to Logan s lane 10 rod stone Sauce Section 2 from Logans lane to Garrard county lino 10 roth stOIlOI McKinney it Coflcys Mill Mike Section 1 from Suth Fork pike to old tollgate 30 rods stone Same Section 2 from old tollgate to Fair house 40 rods stone Slime Section 3 Fair house In Mt Salem 40 rods stono Samo Section 4 from Mt Salem to Casey county line 40 roils gravel Hustonvillc it McKinnoy pike wholo road 5 rods gravel Guarantee Companies accepted on bonds A rod of stone or gravel consist of 225 cubic feet Hand broken stone must bo on margin of road or section by Septlf th All gravel must be spread before Oct 15th V t- All metal is to he measured by the Courts representative who uiuiydi ig- lI1t6 when and where it is to bo spread All stone furnished trust bo Good Sound Hard Lime Stono or Quartz nllll broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter The gravel must be clean and flinty free from dirt mud sand nod that furnished Oil Me uney it Colleys Mill turnpike mid Turuersvillo it McKinney turnpike aDd from John Murphys to McKinney MUST BE PROM GREEN HlV- 1m The Court or its representative may reject auy material not of proper size- IInll quality Bidders must say iu their bids whether stone will ho broken by hand or ItGood Lump Coal 13c Per Bushel wowww Wh B Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky J Another CarLoad of OLD HICKORY WAGONSAt W H HI G GINS J Stanford Kentucky i PUMPS i wwtfwtw All Kinds all prices any depth ROOFINGAll S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber fo DE 1J1MMC9S IlPTcIiE1r 1 t R fP- fTl t Stock of above now complete Call and see them Q GEORGE HS FARRIS oruehcd The wagons used in limning metal from crusher shall bo measured by the Courts representative before beginning work nod shall ho filled full rounding ill the middle No metal shall ho spread iinlos the Courts representative is present Tho Court reserves tho right to reject nay mid nil bids Blank forms on which bids ninny bo mule can bo procured from the County Court Clerk Copies of bonds required may be obtained at the Cfouuty Court Clerks oflico DITCHESThe bids for ditching must he oij each section nod portions other than tho metal contractors may be awarded the contract for ditching mid must make bids separately All ditches must be two feet wide andeigli inches deep All dirt must be thrown out of ditch null away or carted oil unless other wise ordered by the Courts representative All ditching to be done ns soot as practicable and must bo completed be fore July 1 1007 Blank forum mid bonds can be had at County Court Clerks oilice- Tha Court reserves the right to reject anyand all bids G B COOPER Clerk Lincoln County Court