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Ifi THE INTERIOR JOURNALIVOL XXXIVSTANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15 1907 NO 95 SEVEN YEARS AGO It Is hard to realize that Gov Wm Goebel has been dead seven years yet Sunday was the seventh anniversary of that sad event It Is also hard toI realize ns wo enjoy tho peace and pleasures of good government todayi that so terrible a reign of anarchy could over have existed at the Capital of Kentucky as prevailed hero BuvenI years ago Its terrors are fresh In tho minds of most of our citizens butI t hose who did not sea with their own eyed can hardly imagine tho state of affairs The friend of tho great common people had been shot down in conformity to a conspiracy ai hcnious as over conceived by men and the armed soldiery of a usurper was protecting tho assassin They were day that tried mens souls and demanded tho wisdom of tho most patriotic minds Gov Heckhnm succeeding to tho oxe cutivo olHcc proved equal to over emergency and with tho assistance of willing hearts and hands soon brought order out of chaos and restored peace and quiet to tho perturbed community hut no power could restore the life of the dead statesman taken by foul and cruel hands and it was left to his fop lowers only to bemoan his death and cherish and emulate his glorious ex ampleFor seven years tho body of William Goebel has mouldered in tho clay and yet not adequate punishment has been meted to those who so cruelly took his Ufo or conspired to that end That tho Democratic friends of tho ileac Governor did not rise up and slay without trial the miserable crowd or those upon whom they could lay hands speaks volumes in praise of the law abiding people who under great provocation permitted the law to tako Its course Time has proved tho wisdom of their courseAssassin sympathizers may decry tho fact that Caleb Powers has been in jail seven years and speak of tho enormity of the punishment of an un convicted man but they fall to call attention to tho fact that Goebel has filled a premature gravo for the same length of time and that If Powers according to the law and tho testimo ny bad gotten his deserts he would havo long since filled a dishonored grave for his participation in tho toul est crimo that ever blackened the records of tho dark and bloody ground There is now no longer a desire for vengeance Even the dearest friends of Gocbel want nothing but justice They do want however to see tho proven conspirators to his assassina tion get their deserts and though long delayed they feel confident that all who engaged In tho foul conspiracy to tako tho lifo of a man who was labor Ing to servo tho people who had hon ored him will yet feel the heavy forces of tho outraged law And may God hasten the day Kentucky State Jour nal Feby 3rd HUBBLE C M Adams is preparing to set up a saw mill on tho farm of Mrs Eliza liar risR L Hubble Is on the sick list J H Weaver Is in Wayne county this weekEld J W Lau of Lexington will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening George Wilder sold his crop of tobac Moreland at 7Jc nilco to a buyer at around Jako White sold his tobacco at 8c and Shado Wilder disposed of his crop at 7c- Misses Jessie and Jean McKachnlc and Nannie Sloan are visiting relatives at Hustonvillc Mr and Mrs Pierce Rankin of Pcrryvllle spent Sunday with relatives here Mrs Eliza Nun nclloy has returned to Louisville after a visit to Mrs MB Eubanks Neighbors Got Fooled I was literally coughlug mvaoU to death and had becoiuo too weak to leave my bed and neighbors predict oil that I would never luavo It nllvo but thoy got fouled for thanks bo to God I was Inducoif to try Dr 1lugs- Now Discovery It took Just four 81 bottlou to completely euro tho umigh and rostoromc to good sound health writes Mrs Eva Uncapher of Orover town Stark county lad This King of cough and cold lures and healer of throat und lungs is guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Wo und 81 Trial bottle free Do you know that I um soon to be engaged to Mr Huber Is that s01 Has ho spoken to your motherNo my mother has spoken to him Tho Georgia Legislature was scrim py like the Kentucky body and made no appropriation for a Jamestown Ex position exhibit so a similar etTort to ours is being made thereto give the State proper representation Frank fort Journal t creC The State Normal School Tho Eastern State Normal School at Richmond was ono month old Friday Feb 8th Although Kentucky was ono of tho lust States to establish Normal Schools for the training of teachers she now has two such schools In run nine condition The Normal at Richmond should be conshlered the first of Kentuckys Normal Schools for two reasons it is situated In District No 1 and it opened and went to work one week before tho Normal at Bowling Green began its ca reerTho Normal occupies the buildings of old Central University which was mov ed to Danville some years ago The campus contains 2a acres and is located on Lancaster Avenue about onehalf mile south of Main street It is well shaded with limo maple trees which makes It a very beautiful place University Hall is the main building where all recitations aro held It is a fourstory structure and is situated on the highest part of tho campus Me morial lint is used as a dormitory for the lady students The Miller Gymna sium Is also on tho campus and Is used by some of the students One hundred and twentytwo students were present at the opening of the Nor mal but tho list has to 170 and other pupils aro arriving almost daily All of the students but a few are county appointees This is only it amnll purl of the number that may be hero later ai COO students are entitled to free tu itionFrom tho general appearance of the student body the average age Is about 20 years Nearly all have had some ex perience in tho schoolroom I do not believe there was ever a body of moro enthusiastic students Each ono has como from his county In tho various puts of tho Eastern district and he knows to be hero means expenses AllI fro aware of this fact and are taking advantage of their stay hero by making records in school Tho Model School which is conducted in connection withI tho Normal has an enrollment of 125 pupils From my observation it Is not as model as it could be But this is duo to tho material from which ii is made rather than to tho teachers who have it in charge Prof Roark president of tho Nor mal hon charge of the classes in psychology and pedagogy Tho pedagogy class has 80 members and it Is very in teresting to hear Prof Roark talking school management to a largo room of eager listeners Chapel services are held every morn Ing a 10 oclock All the different pus tots of Richmond have been present and made splendid talks before tho school The school has suffered some inconvenience from the lack of proper seating apparatus but this is being rem died by tho Installment of the needed fixtures The Normal is divided into four forensic societies This is u val uable part of the school work They are under tho instruction of Prof Craw ford and meet every Friday afternoon The program contains a subject for de bate recitations declamations essays dialogues and solos Tho Eastern Kentucky Review is the ofllcial organ of tho school It is sued quarterly and will be sent any one upon application All Kentuckians should be proud of thoNormal forlt means better teach Ing for the rural schools With BUm cient means at his disposal and the good will of tho people at its back the Normal will bo a strong actor in tho fu ture education of Kentucky Every candidate for the State Legislature should promise his constituency that ho will favor an appropriation for tho Nor mal School that will enable it to carry out all of its plans and put it on an equal basis with the Normal Schools of other States LKSUK ANDERSON Rising From the Grave A prominent manufacturer Win A FortwoH of Lueanm N C relates a most remarkable experience Ho says After taking loss than three bottles of Electric Bitters I feel like ono rang from tho Bravo My trouble Is frights disease In tho Diabetes stage I fully believe Electric Bitters will curo mo permanently for it has already stopped tho liver and bladder complications which have troubled mo for yearsI Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Price only SOc Because James and Alex Hargis were on his bond the Brcathitt Fiscal Court declined to accept the bid for bridgework tendered by John Noble and suit has been tiled to force the court to award him tho contract John G Carlisle will appear before the Court of Appeals to argue a motion for rehearing In a case involving the United StatcsLifo Insurance Company and in which all Insurance companies are interested Both the temperance and whisky men of Paris want an election on the question on April 11 0 NEWS NOTES President Alfred Walter of the Seaboard Air Line died at his homo in New York At Midway tho fourth pair of consecutive twins were born to Mr and Mrs Henry Tucker FIro in Dry Ridge destroyed a largo tobacco warehouse and other property valued at 10000 Gov Blanchard of Louisiana was the principal orator at the Lincoln day banquet in Springfield Former Gov Frank W Hlgglns died at his homo in Olean N Y after a long illness of heart trouble Mrs Fannie Wakefield Potter was found dead In boil at Bowling Green lien death was duo to heart trouble The total valuation of property in Franklin county is 7893678 an in crease of more than 100000 over 100C Edwin W Reidnaucr a baker and his four children wcro burned to death in a fire which destroyed their home at Allentown Pa On Jan 10 of last year Mrs Patrick Daley of Cleveland 0 presented her husband with twins A few days ago she gave him triplets W R Fletcher condemned to bo hanged today at Russcllville tried to feign lunacy to save his neck but physicians pronounced him sane Burglars entered tho C 0 ticket office at Catlettsburg and secured 28 30 but were frightened away before blowing tho safe in the freight office George H Alexander one of the best known men in Louisville died at Ashville N C of tuberculosis He was a wellknown lawyer and politician Sergeant Sanders formerly of the discharged Brownsville battalion said before tho Senate Committee that the residents of that place shot up the fort The committee having in charge the reposed memorial for the late Presi dent Spencer of the Southern believes that 50000 will be raised without dif Jamestown Exposition officials complied with the formalities incident to the 1000000 loan by the Govern rent and tho money will become Im mediately available Edward Bittcrman of Lexington who was believed to have been fatally wounded by a man crazed with drink has had a most miraculous escape from death and Is now on tho road to recov eryFor tho first time in many years snow fell upon tho streets of Mexico City Monday Tho unusual weather conditions have caused a great deal of suffering particularly among the poor erclassesTho of the treasurer of a savings bank at New Britain Conn and the discovery that negotiable securities to a large amount are also missing have caused a sensation at that place A Knoxville special says that Policemen James Wright and James Barrett of Mlddlcsboro shot and killed one mother in a raid on an alleged gamb ling resort Both men it is said were shot near the heart Judge Robert L Stout declined to sit in tho trial of Caleb Powers at Georgetown and certified this fact to the governor asking that a special judge be appointed to try tho case Tho defense excepted to this ruling- A steamboat man named Williams maiming to bo from Montreal Can has been found to havo leprosy by officials of the Marino Hospitalat Cairo under whoso care ho has been for about a week A small stable within a stones throw of tho Lexington police station was dis covered to bo tho rend zvWtl of the Mitchell gang of horse thieves whose lender Dave Mitchell was killed by Chief of Police Hughes at Cynthianaon Monday Constipation Cured One who suiTors from chronic consti potIon is In danger of many serious aliment Orlno Laxative Fruit Syr up euros chronic constipation as It aids digestion and stimulates thb liver and bowels restoring tho natural action of these organs Commence tak lug it today and you will feel bettor at oneo Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup doos not nauseate or gripe and Is very pleasant to take Kofuso substitutes 1ounys Drug Store A girl working as n servant told tho house wife- Im going away mom Said the woman indignantly Suppose some one writes mo for a recommendation what shall I tell the girl Tell them mom I stood it with you for a week That recommend Is good enough for me Foleys Honey and Tar cures tho most obstinate coughs and expels tho cold from tho system ns It Is mildly laxative It Is guaranteed The gen uine is In tho yellow package Pen nys Drug Storo MIDDLEBURG An Infant of Mr and Mrs Charlie Toms was badly burned Sunday- P H Gaylor has moved with his family to Danville Q R Jones spent most of last week in Cincinnati Elisha Gilford who lives just out of town on the Liberty pike had a stroke of paralysis Sunday morning from which ho will not likely recover lie is 85 years old Rev L L Pickctt filled Rev Til fords pulpit at the Baptist church last Sunday The meeting at the Methodist church closed Wednesday night and Rev Pickctt went to Liberty to assist in a meeting there Q R Jones was granted a patent on an insect trap that will more than likely make him rich It is quite unique in construction and will doubtless do the work for gnats mosquitos moths another pestiferous insects Miss Mattie Estcs is about the bus- Iest little woman in this community She raises hogs turkeys anti chickens in fact can turn her hand to any thing that is profitable She has in the last six weeks sold 75 worth of hogs and turkeysMiss Lillie Wells who lives at Yo Semite tells us that her favorite cat had become so worthless that it was decided to send him to the great be yond But she interceded in his behalf and he was allowed a few days injwhich to redeem himself Strange as it may seem he begun to stir around and in less than 12 hours had caught two largo rats and a number of mice and had quit his naughty habits- Everybody was shocked at the sudden death of Mrs Emma Drye here on the Bah It was generally known that her health was bad but no ono thought of tho end being so near Mrs Dryo was a member of the Methodist church and a kindhearted good woman Rev U T Willis conducted funeral services at the Methodist church Saturday morn- Ing after which the remains were laid to rest in Middleburg cemetery KINGSVILLE John Carmen was taken back to Lakeland Asylum Monday G A Walter has sold a number rif valentines from ono of the finest lines ever shown here Squire J A Singleton sold to More land Smith his farm for 1150 Mr Singleton will move to Waynesburg- Our clever station agent J C Jen tinge has gone to Chattanooga for the purpose of buying a stock of in whichevent ho will resign his position hero with tho Q C much to the re gret of our community C M Gooch is Mr Jennings substitute at the de potSquire Adams held court Saturday County Attorney Burch and Attorneys and Colson were present Several cases were tried The famous Row land case resulted in a mistrial after three eloquent speeches made by Attorneys lull and Colson for the defense and Attorney Burch for the prosecu ion Dr C M Thompson is in Celina 0 this week looking after his hotel S M Owens Q C claim agent was hero between trains Sunday Thomas Payne Is at home from Cincinnati C M Gooch attended the 0 R T meeting at Somerset Saturday Mrs Claude Hester visited her mother at Somerset this week W P Boger went to Junction City Tuesday Little Miss Grace Thompson was on tho sick list this week A S Green indisposed Little Rebecca Francis is ill of fever Born to Mrs W M Meeks a daughter Mary Belle Mrs Margaret Camden of Eubanks is the guest of Mrs leeks Little Ethel Butt is quite sick Mrs Craig Butt came up from Somer set Monday Securities to tho value of 565000 are missing from tho Savings Bank of New Britain Conn the cashier of which has decamped Tho inayor of tho city has written to tho governor asking the removal of State Bank Examiner Ken dill The latter started to examine tho banks accounts last week but desisted temporarily when tho cashier feigned illness Pshaw remarked Jigloy looking up at the clear blue sky Im sorry I took my umbrella now Well well excaimcd Hammer I didnt suppose your conscience over troubled Press you that way Philadelphia This May Interest You No ono Is Immune from kidney trouble so just remember that Foley s Kidney Cure will stop the irregulars ties and curo any ease of kldnoy and bladder trouble that Is not beyond the each of medicine Pennys Drug Store The Western Union Telegraph Company has announced an increase of 10 per cent in salaries of telegraph op raters at the companys principal offices throughout country Too Maqy Winter Goods In order to make room for our Large Stock i of Fine Spring Goods that is to come in soon e j We have reduced the prices on all Winter goods i I 8 1500 lions Overcoats Cut to 81148 1250 liens Overcoats Cut lo J48 1000 Mens Overcoats Cut to 748 V 750 Moos Overcoats Cut to 49S o J OoO Mens Overcoats Out to 448 4 t 500 liens Overcoats Cut lot1l8 fCv Come in before you buy elsewhere and get i our prices SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KYITHE EYES j Constantly in use while awake subjected to the most exacting work and the most delicate of any yofthe organs of the body is it any wonder that f ttheysometimes rebel j If you suspect that your eyes art rebelling you should have them attended to at once Watches nub Jewelry repairing specialty HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY Right Goods and Right Prices atIGeo De Hoppers Stanford Ky Dealer in Hardware Stoves Tin i ware Groceries Field Seeds Etc Complete Stock Main Street STANFORD KY f The Lincoln County National Bank of Stanford Ky HAS A Capital of 5000000ISurplus and Undivided Profits 2500000 Individual Deposits 24000000 j Available for Useof its Patrons 31500000I First National Bank Of Stanford Ky Capital Stock 50000j Tbtslnstltutlonwasorlgtnstlp established ai the Deposit Hunk of Stanford In 1858 then reorganized M the National Hank of Stanford In 18CJ and again reorgunliud ai the First National Balk of Stanford in 1883 baring had practically an unlnter rupted existence for 4S It U better supplied now with facilities tor transaCt- Ing business promptly and welt than ever berets In Its long honorable career Recounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car j poratlons Solicited ph f Officers J 8 HOOKEU Press 6 T UAHIUS V Pros J J MoUOBKUTS W n WEAKEN OhrIDJr otor3IV Raid T nardJ 8 nocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Rlmore Stanford JTJas Robinson nnbbleI7 n Bauchman i J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford a 1 n I The Interior Journal r EC WALTON M F NORTH t Ii a candidate for Representative Lincoln eonnty subject to the notion o IXino ratio party 11J T ROBERTS to Ii candlilnto for MaRtstrnte In tlin Crn Orchard Magisterial to tb o otlon of thuileinocrntlc patty Democratic Ticket t r For U S SenatorJ C W Becki ham For Governor S W Hajer For Attorney GeneralJohn K t nendrlcks For State Superintendent Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture n J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South fiTrimbleFor AuditorII M liosworth V For Secretary of State Hubert VreelandFor Ruby LalToon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault TUB First Methodist church at Tren ton New Jersey believes that if the t display advertising is good for business it must be for religion and it is more than ever convinced now of the correct ness of its belief Last Saturday the f church committee in charge of tho re had Inserted in a local afternoon a half page advertisement in the Ivival of black faced type under the headlines Stop Look Lis The advertisement detailed the services of the day offering as a spec ial attraction a large chorus choir TheI effect of the advertisement was all that had been anticipated for long before t the hour for service to commence people began to fill the building which is one l of the largest auditoriums in the city A score of persons responded to the in wtvitation to accept Christ and the ser I vices closed with impressive thanksgiv ing for the work that had been accom plished during the three weeks It pays to advertise therefore be wise and do likewise THEY do things differently in Russia For instance when the government wants money it finds out who are the bank depositors and taxes it giving its bonds in exchange During the war it took very large sums from the savings banks and gave its bonds It is now about to take 35000000 mora from these banks for famine relief and give its bonds in place thereof A LIST of gifts of Andrew Carnegie and John D Rockefeller show that the steel magnate has the coal oil king beat a block The former has given away 134955365 of his hard earned cash while the latter has put up only 85 036988 John will have to get a move on himself or he will be disgraced by dying rich A WASHINGTON dispatch says that President Roosevelt is stuck on Railroad Commissioner A 1 Siler The latters display of a mouth full of big teeth might have caused Teddys admiration It is hard to tell which has the fiercest looking molars the President or the Commissioner As all three of the Danville papers have published the lengthy law on run ning pool and blltiard rooms our Boyle county friends should be pretty ponvler sant with it News must be scarce in and around Little Britain TUB Richmond Register says that old maids are dying out and in a few years they will be no more If the editor o f that paper will visit Stanford he Will correct in his next issue the fearful blunder he has made POLITICAL The Holladay AntiJug Bill was practically killed in the Tennessee Senate Twocent railroad fare bills were passed in the lower houses of the Mis mood Iowa tnd West Virginia Legisla turesRepresentative a James came near getting a threecent fare bill forl the District of Columbia through the President Fairbanks delivered an address at the Lincoln day banquet in Baltimore Secretary Shaw also ref sponded to a toast- ExGovernor Cox warned the Tera nessec Legislature that it was t that body to call a halt on the maniat for the creation of new offices Preparations are beginning in Maryt land for a close and determined contest over the election by the next Legisla turo of two United States Senators The Senate has refused to concur in the House provision to abolish a number of pension agencies and it is believed that the agencies will remain The Senate passed tho Army Appropriation Bill but refused to allow amendment permitting the Governmentf to accept reduced rates for the transportation of troops The suffrage bill giving women thet right to vote at all elections and to hold1J municipal offices was favorably re ported in the Indiana Legislature by the committee on Rights and Privi d logesi1 The Texas Legislature has passed a bill to tax all express companies doing business in the State 5000 each Negroes say they will support neither Judges A R Burnam nor Edward ORcar for governor because of their position in the separate couch and Be rea College cases ii Rev John T Stamper and Rev Dil lion Blevins Baptist ministers an 11Mr Sawyer Smith son of a Baptist minister are candidates for the republican nomination for representative in Knoxand Whitley Friends of Vice President Fairbanks are jubilant over the reception given him at Baltimore at the Lincoln day dinner and feel that it is a big boost for his presidential aspirations Ho was introduced by the toastmaster as the next president of the United States Senator Blackburn and Senator Me Creary believe Kentuckians are satis tied with the Rivers and Harbors BillI which passed the House last week neither of them has got a letter from Kentucky asking that changes be made in the Senate says a Washington dis patchA situation of doubt exists in the Indiana Legislature over the pending insurance legislation Some Repub licans claim it would give Gov Hanly more power when ho has too much al ready Gov Hanly has entered the fight and has appealed to some of the Democratic members for support of the billPresident Roosevelt sent to Congress Wednesday a message calling attention to tho urgent need of legislation nf ecting the different phases of the pub lie land situation in the United States lie advocates the conservation of coal and other fuel resources on lands still belonging to the government urges government control of the Western public land pastures with a system of small grazing fees and asks for an appropriation of half a million dollars in addition to present estimates to aid in detecting and preventing frauds IN RINGCOUNTIES Mrs Jerry Powell an aged Rich mond woman is dead John Onstott a prominent Garrard county farmer is dead of consumption William R Thomas has been appoint ed postmaster at Pine Hill Rockcastle countyMrs A W Barker aged 71 and a splendid Christian woman is dead in Danville W H Holbrook of Claiborne county Tenn was killed by an 1 N train near Middlesboro 300Imouth of Sinking in Laurel county W C Burton who attempted crimi nal assault on a nineyearold girl at Richmond was given two years in the penB F Robinson of Marcellus Gar rard county has sold a half interest in his store to Joe Skinner of Beuna VistaHenry W Waite superintendent of the Chattanooga division of the Q C has resigned and gone with the Sea board Air Line Danville capital is back of a new concern that has just been started at Stearns for the manufacture of mineral wool which is largely used for insulating purposes as well as a sounddead enerThe case of Samuel E Welch a rich Berea merchant charged with shooting with intent to kill P D McBride of Louisville last October is occupying the attention of the Madison circuit courtPurnelaker Jones attorneys of Louisville have received notice that tie court of claims has allowed the fol lowing claims of Kentucky Civil War soldiers Louis Landram Lancaster as administrator of William J Lan dram 115 John W Siler Wil iamsI burg 213 G M Barnett Somerset administrator of J T W Barnet 707I Mason C Miller Mt Vernon 55 Mary E Bronaugh Crab Orchard daughter of Reuben Munday 199 What is it House Visitation is a united effort in systematic plan by Christian people n a community for the purpose of bringing all the people into touch with some Sunday School and church The movement will reach all the people as the plan of organization has been so perfected that it is practicable for the largest cities smallest towns tnd most inaccesible country districts the work as planned is so thorough hat no one is left out It puts a printed invitation in every Tome assuring everyone that each Sunday School and Church in the community desires their presence and wants to share their fellowship in Christ with them A record of every man woman and I cll15sl1fledthe information necessary forsuccess ul work Therefore it will reach all he people invite all the people put the Sunday School and Church into ouch with all the people which should ring all the people into touch with the Sunday School and Church appolntedhySingetonlanager r For Sale Privately Olle double seated enrrIng r with pole sewing inaclilne refrigerator Iron wife pair sntlrsI A A barrow now church or Kim bedstead iimitrvsi spring wash tiiml Wlllsvll cheap If now lit onco IHlll1tAYHlnnIOrtlAA Farm for Sale or Rent I IHIIOtI fiirmof SK ncrtf near Tiinnruvllle for sale or relit Nice newrealdeltcuoitdal i necensary outbuilding III gall rvpiilr Ternu prlviUe Aildmi J UOVKHUor p bill Ky or call on O K liuwor on the pine Nice Home for Rent I ilvalro to rent for the year HW my pliire one mile from Htn- utonlonbuntllloMIrt t H contains two Storyrestdencooflhuroonastwohnllclsturncrtinrsenontroom Naga Pusosslott given ItnmeYtlntuly1p piicanti will plcpouapply to J U faxtou JOHN llUKiUTJll FARM FOR SALE I wish to tell privately my farm of 132 acre the old Abraham farm near the Ot tenhrlm hike S mllei from trau urohnrd Hood mklenvu of seven rooms Oulbulld liu In burly good rrpnlr Well at Kitchen TennIrcusu11able J C 1LLTItH KyIt I NOTICE I Wo wont every person tbat It MlHIeted with rlieumiiMsm kidney trouble or any dlMMiie arising from Impure blood to try u package of our standard remedy llemem iier wu guarantee It to euro tI taken accord Ing to directions or your money wilt bu re funded Knch package contain a I iltmn with n reuUteretl guarantee lrle tlU Kor wile by It Vlllliiiui Agent MoKlnney Ky Poultry And Eggs Wanted will pay highest market price for Tur kfvsKnn iulneas and all other poultry Aloe rlllllllt Will bu found my olllco on Lancaster t J RRueklocal manager II Ii Northcotl a j SMITH DEALER IN Conoral Merchandise and Country Produce CILBERTS CREEK KY NOTICET M7NHFOKH agent for till Ilftln Jack and Wire Htretcher for Lincoln and Inrrard counties Any one nettling one can order of lit Irvachcravllle Ky It gives me pleasure to state that I have known Mr Lunsfonl for years and thnt ho U thoroughly responsible and truthful What he tells you about the wonderful ma chine man be relied on K U WAITUN Boone Walls Successors to B D Cuter Liver Feed and Sale Stable Depot titreut STANFORD KY Hpeclol Attention liven Commercial M last Rigs at Reasonable llatcs Stock Pons In Connections VITAE Jj E Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Iuln Killer derm Destroyer ISPIIM linn lfchr Hloo4l Vltnllter Health and Htrength Hestorer N II Bogie JIarksbury Kentucky General Agent PUBLIC SALE I will otter at public stele on the It P Hawkins farm on the Htanford A Ianvllle pike on HATCIIIIAV vIm IJO7t FarmingIulpdementsIncluding and harness spring wagont i bucgles l ahmton and horlll thnt thor cultivators tolylcco fnrosrsluul nil other farming tools household and kitchen furniture S cooking ranges home corn fort side leant led room nets cllrllell dblw8 c two family horu I 7 yearold work mule pedigreed brood regltendborthnrn InrltIlohnerowill beghiat AM HAM L C TlllIUIONII II Speada Pleasant II tJalt Hour looking cyst the HENRY BOSCH COM PANY WALL PAPER simple at your own horn dttioc comfortably In your easyehalrl You can make a better Klsctlon that way thin by ransacking the store You s the whoU llna the very latest dcslcna th loveliest tints and richest color frets Including Imported pattern I Everything rood la wall papers in the Id Dash twatHearwin call with Bosch Samples Lookthemtentnot the least obllntlon to using bur alYethnocb House Painting And Ie ed Craning 2 Charlie Stewart Stanford Ky ra aiRiu ti4 x7fistlurcsa7Nrak Central Kentucky Real state uhange He TITLE CO Xo A acre Sum lying on llli river lies r Crib Urebart Alvui Uann m culilrstluo and 41 sens lu ptitutr mt lu good timber About 79 Leering halt Irnioa the puce 1 Stacy t rom dwtlilng Inllit iy eutbk and rrlK amt rtr- u good leoaiit nous The buildings Ire la Tcr but lha trncts are not Tile pi nwnerdlyAueTVttaulegprlugs Thuataa loft farm and Is o UilIu a br 1rlca vail tiuuwiHo 170 acre farm ocsr HuitoiiTllle load dwelling and bara food wrllon of tbli else could lw sold lor town It Is well wilerninl tlivftnclutand bulidlogi Lie In gaol romllila This is ue of the bat laU In tilt wanly The soil is rich sod will ptudue lump tic Pun tl Twoslorj trauia dwelling 7 ruorai ball and Tsranda Ovud g rat fencing sad huuui gtdrel4lt n Forstearrent Irlrv rxaionable No 84 llouMsnil airiof land la JlcKla pry htwfMrj outbuildings fencing guod and well watered Will sell Ihitititire on MI i term Ko 7329 awes of goal land six room two start dwelling aril watered good lenclng Is U the suburbs ol the city lrad l school and e urches Tkti luSrstrebte buue rcvnvuoiiNo fratav refuge and one arm o land to topme Ky large bUll smoke boos Ac All buildings sad f uclo In guod trial- Pure 1 No Sul67y acres ol land rottsge of roarai guuJ aall apes t iioiches treed lorn cool other UKvmtTf outbulldlngi lumugcudhuliglcgll repair llsra well wslertd a iplndld well at boUM etc Lind Is ill lecrl and product well Veung 110 sad tleb orcbad 1uh about i miles tram lean Piles ISStq No JWA to acre farm In the Wajnubuig seciloli about tatttt lroul J Ull rod Uljtu t sure rhufchr rlr h 1Vn l eUct Rural Iris hshtryI- tauu ht glare jour room lif home a nlrnaltl bun 11l161t Losing ard has two goud she a It watered wllh neTrrralllng s iUgs lat a run bunch through the pace It ass geoti fens Ing and Price 1uo Tutoseuys tlo ItO1w arreUnultuatnlenthe Wajnis tar and MU Vernon road abort 3 milts last 01 Waneeburg 1iss6 rsam cottage ale This nac loses to I geUQemaa ill lalUrull sad Le will wit uncap Iud un tilt terms 115A nice Urge store room and dwelling above rouilillncol icreral nlrtlj turnUncd rw m A good hun and lot sod all uecesury outbuilding This property loin good repair situated on Main strrot tight the iaeluese portion of town iblt proIwr7 will ldof a atplendldor to some one drslrlng lo in buslnrtw Fit oh store aed t1II11C IIh wmltoel will be a great satin it tent St- eSi le 9uyk acts of lUll near Crab Orchard cheap No ilJMJne Tacsnt lot In Junction City 5outbeut evnier of Lucus cod Urofion streets noting 50 fret on tlionon Ithd Tunning Sooulh un Lucu street til feel Price tlIl cath No XtlHoiueaudloton losn street la Mian ford lood irdenMc erylblnln good le pair rice IIWW No iMII30scrcsollsnd2 JwelllBirsjjf rooms each Luse tobtrco barn 132 to the tiriii bun la Lincoln county 2small stuck lama 1blIIO4 11 Iwlwep 2 lood cuunly roootf turnpikes All the buildings and- feectapareingcodrepalr Plare is well wateresi- by springs Splendid tobacco laud nd will raise IS Lurch of corn to Icre 1 ill- spIsataaknlhownerfrom It to 20 per tent on Investment If pot tbe SItrlcaeotlalld In Lincoln county If jou are Inlfor athis Is Tourcbanre 1ilrecheip No I1J Ittiacrefarm about S miles from town waferlays idele Smaljmtmseoltourroomsinne Imrn Iroi erty well fenced etc trite per lIre No USeD room dwelling good cellar sod acres land Je elodseuWWwnln wlllrtam111um11yLrepplu No 217II1IeIIIIIIID I mile ol Phil lk story 6 loom dwelling star hour smoke home well house crib fIe All the bonding and fencleg are In fair condition hood apple orcbsrd about 5J arm in cultivation nit In g J tliutwr Watered by a over falling well and waters ot South York lrlcetWoO No M A Innn ol about nereioQ one ol the In tb county A ltllabome two- stotytnamdweltingasdopsof lbe large nud s Is well lest foil Inepiendld7repsohriiiitt ummwunlly drive fromschoolscloM to Stanford This a very deslmblo born rice IJrfOl No 150000 acres ol cotton Und In Mlttlttlprl There Is no section of country whkh offers so ororiunlUn for profitable Investment as th Aussie HIlA hleh now Shy l1escrlMJ Pro peeityVdly The Umht U becoming role able all the amu far thteaon IhathllllMr hitfrom the North where the supply of timber Is diminishing are constantly lncre lne their rur of Umber lands In the South rhen the tlm belt removed the UnJ Is unequaled for agricultu ral mirroMk II will produce a bale of cotton to the acre or will grow any other kind of crop relied In he emreraie one The soil needs no futJllnr1nd elves a leU whlcheannot be eicelled Uxes Ire low the title Is perfect and the man who buys Delta farm and timber lands at present prices is making an In vestment Ihat he w never regret This und Is vlJeJ Into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract to it ooo acres loth tram and prices from I6 per acre lo Ii6 per acre according to location eu art aulhoJUeJ by the company who owns shelatandl- to stale that as other parties are considering the nurchase ot theve Ian Js that we ofler these tracts sub Ktlo rrlor Mrsw1 from mukel or change In price wlthont notice However when nOllfieJ they will hold any tract out of market long enough for the to make an Investigation About u ooo paradkularscall at our office No 13230 sere farm i mile of Crab Orchard Ky Hrlck dwelling a rooms two tenant Louse two barns well lind ipringneardwelling arm In high lilt of cultlvstlon UrN bottom Isnd gond term IllhiandPrice fOol an acre No fSA nice at well Improv ed well watered etc Price Iwo t6areaoflandon Jamestown road south of Dunnvllle too acres In about j acres In Umber and rest In grass A large new fume dwell Ing also an old dwelling on pUce Anew tarn and wo oil ones llhwell watered and the fencing Is good On public road Price aooo Alan a 50 barrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Salt Hirer Steam power new up to date in every particular ant good dwell nc with Imprarernent 20 acres of One and close to Southern railroad Price t0 000 No Cottage In Lacraiter 77 feet root and soo reel dp All necesssry outbuildings eicept barn Kverythlng Is new anti In god shape Cut Un contains rooms hall veranda torch end basement Close to school ebarchea etc rice 750005 No OTn acre of land two story front cot tage seven room halls etc House Is new a good garden and splepold orchard of 134 sere tenths Eood twosta learbuggy eousolmoka housee eta A good well II also a goad onUl o0 the place I g eruhtr to mill It II run by sat ural rawer which is a great economy and the dam U In good repair Will sell the proparty at a low figure or JOUelt No 26 Frame hotel Urge rooms double reran Etc A large 2 story storeroom Jblefordwepapered rooms arge onumelotuaelulivery stable iood garden Vacantlotadjoinlhg36feet front by 200 rest deep All of this property London sod Is a fine chance for some one to make money Ioprlelor to rent for per month On acountofIIIhealthofhiswifeonlyr- eason tor Oflllog proprietor delrea to for farm la Lincoln county ate 75Aclose to town farlll Aeit25re0of goal lend No 3190 acres of land one mile from Somerset K7out In seven Belds Forty acre la cultlva lion 40 acres In pasture balance In timber Dwell ng contains seven rooms Large barn and all nee airy outbuildings Fences aud buildings In pleD Well Wee S280U No 26160 acre or land la Yard county Kas Ix mosm railroad mile lrolll drkanua jeer Seventy acresof land Is river L firstclass land In grass This land Is for ssle 32SacDres In Allen county ICy on rail road and pike about acres cultivated about 125 In timber and grass and about 160 In grass Timber on place la cut to 18 riches but will make ahlng ties and cord wood enough to pay for tho place twice over A largo part tent are four dwelling of rooms each and one store of twoRtorlei with rooms above has well and springs of water Is In mile of county seat n rows tobacco corn wheat grass etc fur 12800 On0 half cash a Season Remnants I yAt PricesrMove Then Wrights wool fleeced underwear reduced from 100 to 75c a garment Cotton fleeced J i and ribbed from 50c to 35c a garment Boysilunion suits from 50 to 35c Boys underwear from 25c to 15c a garment Fleeced lined gloves from 100 to 75c 50c linedagloves at 35c A few sizes Mens Fur Caps Worth S2OOvto Close at SIOO Twobuckle rolled edge felt boots 250 Onebuckle rolled edge felt boots 2001Ifew pairs of 500 mens hightop shoes at anyIbodys cheap at 500but reduced to 450 A few pairs of boys boots sizes 3 4 and 5 were 200 now 160 Some small sizes ll to 13 at 125 These goods are in small lots and the price is exceedingly low Ilwae0 J H J McROBBRTS KENTUCKYI No Better Cough Remedy is Made than Our Whitep Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO TRADC MARK LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists tarhousehold i OUIers1Chololnh Qlllnillo TnbllJh lor 1olcl hnllrll Ytglnble IInkCtnst lostllveguarnnteatyUS nlsonrenrdlu tu our 1110110 Only the Best for IranllllllecJ t e2ScAs0 1C autedY Horses and MulesIPer my big Combination Sale to bo licit MAHOII 7TII I wont CO Work S Horses Harness nurse and Mules On Into of wile will sellmy entire livery outfit Buyers are plentiful and prices have been high here Ad drew S6W Burke OflCityY tNEW GINGHAMS tk t 75 Now Patterns in Ginghams lOc to 20c per yard Deliveries on Ginghams nro vory slow but wo wore fortunate enough to II get ri largo part of tho ones we bought- A special value is a Zephyr Gingham at ICc prop yard Quality and pat terns very much liko tho 25c goods BTANFOUD KY Fin 15 lUO Ja WE have received a UK SUlllly v of Comic and Leather Post Cards PC nys Drug Store Iia PERSONALSI MRS W S JONES la in the c1to buying Roods ti Miss BEUKAH CAUSON is with Crab Orchard friends SINK DUDDBKAII is clerking for George H Farris MRS W C SHANKS is with her mother in Lexington Mji HAYDBN S SHANKS of Uowlon continues critically ill SIMPSON WONKII who has been ill 80 long is at the point of death Mit GFO E PAVNTEB of Hrodhca was a caller at this ofllco this week MR W L MCCARTY has rented tho Helm residence on Dnnvlllo Avenue MR H D IAOOETT and son Walter of WayncaburK aro hero for a fow days MRS WILL SCOTT of Danville Is vUltlnR her mother at Mrs E L Heln harts MRS S IL YoWBLL and Miss Snmh Curtis of Hustonville were here Wed t FANNIE AM UUANCIIE VAN ttM DFVKFli will RO to Nashville SaturUi morning SENATOR U I HuitiiLE has had a spell of grip but is out again wo aro glad to say Miss ELLA MAY SAONDBRS who is In Bristol Tenn is quite sick she writes her homcfolks MR JAMES n NUNNFLLEY left Wednesday for Missouri to travel for a bIg clothing concern MRS W E HARLAN of Louisvill hoe been with her mother Mrs Carrie Shelton at Rowland Mn AND MRS U C WHITE of the East End wore guests of the family of Mr James I White Dit W H OUANNON went to Wayncsburg yesterday to see Mr Matt Gooch who is very III Miss FWRENCB TANNER of McKli fey Is with her sister Mrs W K Shugars at Urodhcad MRS 1 Ia JAWIKTT and children oC Urodhcad will leave Tuesday to locato v at Aztec New Mexico DR E J BROWN was called to Crab aOrchanl yesterdays to see Mr Pen r has pneumonia ATTORNEYS M D HUGHES and W t I Williams of Lancaster were hereon legal business Tuesday MR JOHN II JACKSON and daught r went up to London Tuesday to see the formers mother who is ill MISSES HELEN HOCKER and Mab I Drye of Hustonville aro spending few days with Miss Minnie Woods MRS J H REID and children e Hustonville went up to Corbin Tuesda with tho husbanto spend somo time and father McKENZIE BROWN of MU Vernon who is soon to launch on the journalistic sea the Wllliamsburg Courier was hero Tuesday MRS W It COOK end children Hob inson and Margaret Cook of Lancaster havo gone to Hcndcraonvillc N C tp remain until spring Mn AND MRS JOHN MERSHON hay returned from a visit to Stanford act companied by their little granddaugh ter Elouiso Bcazley Somerset Jour nalyR W M DOOUES of Crab Orchard boarding at the St Asaph Hotels His daughter Mrs C A Spiegel o Shclbyville Ind was hero to ace hin- this i week- Mn J W BASTIN was In Knoxvilli Tuesday Mrs LoWe Pugh was it Mr and London Thursday shopping t Mrs D L Young spent Sunday with- Mr nnd Mrs J W CrcechPtttaburj Cor London Local MRS W B PENNY and daughter Miss Mary Cooper havo gone to lien dersonvllle N C where they will stay for some time Mrs Forestus Reid Saturday In honor of Mrs V Horace RowmnnDanVlllO News- I MR B D CARTER is back from a prospecting tour of Oklahoma and oth I er Western States Ho does not like I the wild and wooly West and will likely In business in Lincoln again engage By way a teem ho was county and he haddriving while ran away from being killed a narrow escape LOCALS TOE fine Winter weather continues ndoysters FriFRESH fish celery ly and Saturday Mrs W S Jones NEW stamping patterns and flossy Mrs Leslie Carter NEW patterns In stamping Mrs K P Miller Stanford BUTTER is a scarce article in Danvl1le at 25 to 35c per pound Clio H FARRIS is preparing to light his store with the F P system one oC the latest patent gasoline lights SUIT SINQLIITON tells us that money tins arrived for tho teachers for theIr last payment and that ho will disburse it Saturday Tilt JohnA Wright aro requested to file with mo immediate their claims verified as required by law J U Paxton LOST between Stanford and Wm Fields a black knit shawl Pleoso return to this ofllco and recelvo rowar Mrs P Straub GEO B ELLIS has sold to his mother Mrs John Ellis his homo and seven acres of land on Danville Avenuo for a handsome consideration WANTED an experienced farm hnnd ono with small family Will pay stood salary to right man J 1 Barns Rowland Ky on J F Cook farm LINCOLNS birthday was not observed here Harry Kendall Thaw was 3G years old on Tuesday and our peoplo were even too busy to even cclebra that grealeveno Tilt Knights oClythl1lS have issued invitations to tho 43rd anniversary eel bration of the order at their Cast Hall in Stanford on Wednesday ovenit next Feb 20th A special progra has been arranged and rcfrcshmcn will bo served Do you see a loafer of any kind on tho streets naked Chief of Police Jones Wednesday morning Wo an swcrcd no Well said he1 have given them warning and am determined they shall not loiter around White and black must go to work ho added WELCH CAUGHT I Samuel Wok a wealthy merchant of Bcrea wns found guilty of shooting P D Mi Bride a Louisville traveling man and sentenced to one year in jail at hard labor and to pay u line of 500 Mc Bride was shot while returning from a social call- Tim youngest cashier in the State is James Edward Hutchcson of tho Citizens Hank of Brodhcad Ho Is only a year old but his name appeal on tho bank stationery as If he were nn expert bank officer Ills father Cas 1ier J W Hutchcson docs tho ork both of cashier and assistant cashie A PURE CLOTHES LAW NEEDED Most clothes makers use mercerized cotton mixed with fabrics made to look like wool Wo offer Hart Schail ncr Marx clothing because these makers alone take a positive ground on tho quality question guarantee ever garment all wool See Spring styles Cummins i McClary OUR old friend Mr J T Blngaman writes from Wekiwa T that 12 de jrces abovo zero is the coldest weather ho has experienced this Winter Boll ho and his wife arc delighted with their new Western homo and we ara glad to tate that tho latter health has great ly Improved Ho sends his regards to ifo old Lincoln county friends fIREIANDl1Is many friends as wet 1ns tho patrons of tho Graded Schoo will bo glad to learn that Prof J W roland has again been elected Supcrin cadent of tho Stanford Graded School Ho was chosen by a unanimous voto of 1tho trustees Besides being a most ex client educator Prof Ireland is a Christian gentleman and a fine man it very way Wo congratulate tho trus tees on their good luck in securing hIs services for another year TilE Louisville Times of a few days ago contained a dispatch from this place telling of the pressure being brought to bear on lion J M Alverson to again order for tho democratic nomina ion for Representative That he made a most excellent Representative nono rill gainsay and with tho experience ho has gained he will bo better than over prepared to serve his constituency Mr Alverson is undecided about mak- Ing tho race but tho chances are that he will yield to tho solicitation of his many friends and again ask the nomi nation A FULL HOUSE ao Wo are receiving new and seasonable goods each dayand have tho right things for early Spring Sowing All Winter Goods ore going at Cut Prices I We dont buy thorn to keep and they must go if even at a loss Any thing in Cloak Furs Suits and Underwear you need can be supplied hero for little money SEVERAL cone pulleys for sale at this ofllco LOCUST posts for sale D C Sippl McKinney Ky Fon SALE The houso I now live In Bud Holderman GOOD letter prow for sale at your down price This oulco San Mrs Kato P Miller before hnv ing your stamping done A LOT of brown tobe used for putting under carpets can be had al this office cheap BEAR in mind the sales of S C Thurmond and R A Robinson on Sat unlay Fob 23 See ads elscwhere IJOliN SrooNAMORE had several sheep killed by dogs the other night He hns filed pus complaint according to law and will receive his money in due time from the sheep fund AT the oyster supper and grapho phone entertainment at Mr J S Smiths near Mt Salem 35 was real- Ized A cake brought 1435 and was presented to Mrs Bessie Estos by her friends and admirers A large crowd was present Tie rummage sale held by the ladies of the Christian church in the old Ed Peyton storeroom is being well attenc cd and the good women are making some money for the organ fund An exchange will be held by them Saturday in the same room THE dailies say that lion Harve Helm has appointed Mr George L Willis of Shclbyville as his private secretary We tried to interview Mi Helm on the subject yesterday but he was out of town Mr Willis is an old newspaper man and a very bright one NEW SToltlI have opened a new store in the Schanzenback building at Ottenheim and am carrying a gcncni 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 Tim Knights of Pythias announc that its insurance department at the closo of the year had a membership oC 31819 with 125445000 of InsurancoI in force a gain of 1503 1869000 of insurance The resources at the end of the year were 1709647 62 with outstanding liabilities of 207 93G39 leaving as resources 1589 01123 This great order ia doin worlds of good both for the preset and future generations Its Insuranc feature Is not the greatest by lonlt odds of its many beneficent ends CHURCH MATTERS The Bible is printed in 400 different languages The meeting at the Christian church at Williamsburg conducted Rev Mar Collis of Lexington resulted in 40 at ditions The second quarterly meeting for the Stanford Methodist chnrch will be held tomorrow nnd Sunday Rov J W Simpson presiding The Baptists of Brodhead are build- Ing a handsome church to cost between 52500 and 3000 They hope to hav it completed by May 1 Dr W P Hines pastor of tho flap List church at Lexington has beer called to tho pastorate of tho Baptis hutch in Clarksvlllc Tenn Prayer Is the contemplation of the acts of life from the highest point o1 view It is the soliloquy of a beholding md jubilant soul It is tho Spirit ol God pronouncing his works goodEm mon Owcnsboro has more Baptists in proportion than any other city in the United States Lexington has tho argest number affiliating with the Christian church In proportion to popu atlon To tho women of the Stanford Auxiliary Womens Foreign Missionary So icty I am requested by our secreta ry Miss Sallie Allen who is sick unable to further do her part in work to say to any of you who may bo In arrears with your dues contingent or specials to please to pay same to mo leforo tho end of this month as this loses the work for the fiscal year also present quarter Oh my sisters let It- not be said of any of us that wo havo ailed to do our part in the Masters work for by so doing tho work Is hin dered our missionaries must suffer and we miss the blessings Yours in His name MRS ADELIA MATRIMONIAL At the wedding of Carl Gifford and Lena Ponco at Russiaville Ind n chao rivari party exploded 32 pounds of dy namito near the house The building was damaged and several guests nlnt ed Windows wore broken in house for miles around- Because her mother and father would not consent to her marriage with Ue man of her choice Miss Bessie AI groves of Prairie Centre la locked her parents in the cellar and drove 20 miles across the country with Abe GUIi nels to Mason City and was married A Valuable sonSix years ago learned a valuable losson writes John Pleasant of Magnolia Ind I then begun tak- Ing Dr Kings New Life Pills and tho longer I take them tho hotter I find than They please every bOil Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store 2Ac The Senate passed the bill giving the Government the right to appeal to the United States Supreme Court for con struction of the constitutionality of any law involved in a criminal suit A number of amendments to the measure were adopted EW LIVERY STABLE BUBSB sr CLABZSOH Prcn UNCTION CITY llZ ttaUlasaTurnout tt Reaiouable 1ttel gptcltl Attention to Trteeltg tea Orate and lIar For Said PUBLICSALEI Having ilwldiil to go Wf t will oiler tor inlf oil HVrrilUAYKKH zr 1W7 all of my IMTMJIIM property coiuUtlng lit stock funning ImpltminiU tad household goods towlt Ont sorrel mare 10ytun 0111111 aw work mulv1veurihngf111yIfuaiiy mar- i comhlmtl J brood sown combine ilium In fiMil by John W Holmes Clients Jewel und n louryenrold bay gelding rutting hurruw nnd cultivator combine horse 9 years old lark 7yiiir oId and good one new top buggy and new two hor wagon two brood OWl to tiring pig III March nod Mtiy two thor wagon on buggy and tiarnitu two sets want harness ill Oliver Chlll1 plo1rhllllg cllthnlor1 slt1 rrume hur row McUormlck iiiowliigniachlnunndrak 11I1Is corn planter with It role wire 101 chain tingle tree saddle hovRBndraki onr Iwtl room net rocking chairs II 1IIIIIIIg room chain de kM yardncarpe door kitchen Ilure l ulllllll room I cook MOVH sro pounds silent tu pound 0 lard lot of other thing too nuiiicrou 10 iu titliin 1laco located t mills from Ornh Or hard lirtwcen Stanford t Iullculler pU known n the inirb King fern Jrllll nude known on day of unit U KOltlNHON Cnt J Chandler tu- rtPOSTED We whose names appear below trlctly forbid hunting llihlng or any kind of try patting on our place and will prosecute v olatom to tho lull extent of tho law Fred VonOruenlgan Ilelchenbacb llros Kred Kred lbtuummnOeorgy Holnii K llelchenbacU Joseph llallou AllIl1nl1 M J Hofnmnn- Mr MIIavdenWelcU M U Klmonj tlirlttlna Om on J n Carpenter Jacob Jeiiwcln Ham Diimeron Mrs M J Aihlock U O lover Krvd Handorf Mrs JlIIendlltoll W Ij Uonllcr J Nevln Carter Peter llalmer J U Cams nnoh Ireon Kerrlll W IL Daugherty J K llruce Ink Farmer AnderkonUarr JO Hprutt J F Uover W K Anion J V Ink UK Martin Me scr Iuxton W U W P Martin Hamucl Llnday MKrordler Muses Jlerry Alex OooiKr Mrs Mary 1epules Mrs Walter Vnrren Mrs Mattlo Hlmpton llros Tlimley Hpoonamor I w Carter lieu Martin M K Lawrence Chris Jacob KIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmors STANFORD KY AlEC Furniture of All Kinds Car 1pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic ire Frunies Shades Lace Curtains nUll Wall Paper Mr II T Beazley has charge of tho Undertaking Department TRIBBLG 1 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 A FLYER l2l0 yards of fine Soft Blench Cotton 8G inches the real value of which is lOc per yardn8 long as this lasts at 8Jc Not more titan 25 yards to a customer SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY Var7JlotlmanttI 1 + + + + + + + III + + + i+ +iit3+ ++ + + + + + + lllttlI 141 Just 14 Days More vi of Winter Lt lour Spring stocks of White Goods Goods Laces Embroideries t Etc are now ready Every minute you put off buying your Spring goods cost you money Cottons and White Goods of all kinds are advancing in price daily So buy now and save CASE OF TOBACCO CANVAS JUST IN h LMHLTEYCODryz i Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY- t t r t Vulcan Chilled Plows 3 i The Best Plow Made d Now is the time to get Plows and Plow Gear for Spring Plowing FEIT PENCESTANFORD KENTUCKY Z ITooth Powder Purest and Best We Recommend It Inported Direct from Japan PRICE 25ct STANFORD DRUG CO Motion Sale of HighClass Horses To be heM nt DANVILLE KY FEB 19 AND 20 J907 F Reid Co will tell 125 select Buiinesa Horses consisting of Saddle lames Coach cud a number of tine teams Also young Stallions for addle and Harness by Bourbon Chief 076 Doreey Golddust 12052 Prince Rupert 887 Cecilian Chief 33G98 Ac The product from Kentuckys best oat will be represented i lr The Interior Journal Entered in the Post Office at Stanford U tcemdclast matter rOBUMIIiaU TUC8lJATH AND JlRtDAT8 ATI100 PER YEAR CASH When not to p td tJOO will be charged t TURKEYS I llronio pure rNI tidlammotlt lwu1tnu FI to n 11 I i lien t0 C iibHor ITwcherWhttethnlr View 1oultry Farm Olympian SprinslWate You ire urged to Olympian lrIIlRI- IWRer ror 1t11lIIIII tllllliNCrollllles nlld 1I0ItiOll OOIl AklIttlerOothlllg hole ladder who Trouble hart ud It F M toIllII Ilu- tonvllle lroJ- lrletor lodoI1lCUlplllltUlIilrlllltl VFor Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land lUnate jut outside of town llmlti on the Homeric Uoule has rooms kitchen and lerpike table and allcellaryautl room good eetuarj outbuilding Water hydrant In the yard one for J P BAILEY A S PRICE Surgeon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Cror for Sale Privately determined to quit fanning I will neworetandonthe0HRallrondpli Danville24 miles on Crop consists of corn hn and brood mareclIlteaii eta bargain 11 I tine a buyer In the next or 40 days II B KING Morvlnnd Ky y 1 INSURANCE Tire Lightning WlndRtorrolIUe and andAccident ut BEST WboaPaying lleo POI klble Rates Guaranteed CrtlUnequalled Tlk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky lUmtdence Phone No 85 Two Farms For Sale 6 1 wish to sell privately my farm of no eres6 mile Wet of on the Lex tngton It Is welt Improved and ha plenty of water and Umber fenced and In good Also nn unimproved liiriu of 100 acres lying midway between Lancaster and f ez tagton pikes Good outlet each way Well fenced Turin reasonable T 1 HKlUUNQ Marksbury Ky GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there It so little difference In the prlco of ready made suits anil u suit inudoto your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have n handsome Hue of 811 Winter goods can make from u low price business suit to the flnestdress suit Abo Overcoats Troua ra anti Fancy Vests The company I represent Is second to none ItC RUlLHY The TnIIa Rtnnlurtl Ky JflMES MI PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEALCB W Building Material of all kinds Sush Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build ders Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build- Ing purposes and do all kinds of con ereto work Prices on application C 1 Cceary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneBsSaddlery Ac ftTANFORD KENTUCKY OQce Phone 167 Home hone 3 J l Beazley COt Undertakers and Embalm srs Also Dealers in Fur ihure MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Thm a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY t jf FARMERS DEPARTMENT John Lutes sold a lot of hutcher stuff at Sic Three Magic Poland China Boars Price 15 each W M Bright IFan SALT304 shocks of fodder Mrs F B Barnett Hustonvllle Ky Levi Myers sold to Charles Lutes n thrcc year old Golddust gelding orIIO FOR StLESix red Berkshire boars ready for service J C Lynn Stun ford Twenty good threeyearold mules for sale Will sell in pairs B G Fox DanvillePair sorrel mules three years old this Spring and 16 hands for sale Powell Depp Hustonville Ky The Col James E Pepper farm In Fayette county was bought by Dr S H Halley of Paynes Depot at 250 per acre FOR SALE500 shocks of fodder and three stacks of hay A W Carpenter Moreland Ky phone No 9 Junction City American Wire Fence and all kinds of farming implements lime cement plastering etc for sale Hunn Coffey Moreland Ky At Winchester W B Green bought of Calmes Bros 18 cattle 157 31bs at 5CO and of W B Woodford of Bourbon county 40 cattle 1307 Ibs at 5 35 EsTRAYA black gilt weighing about 140 pounds was taken up Monda Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep R G Jones clty marshal An immense crowd attended the sale of William Fields Tuesday and satisfa tory prices ruled throughout Isis stallion Ante Carlo and jack Buck Var non brought 900 Several mules on the market and sold for good prices Any old thin in the shape of a mule said an bid stockman is worth his weight in gold comparatively speaking Buy your fertilizer field and grass seed 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 shipstuff lime salt cement brick stock food poultry fox pearl grit oyster shell linseed meal cotton seed meal ARABIA If all reports are true we are goin to have a depot soon which we know will be welcomed by all the people o this community- A G Coffey Jr while working In the bridge department of the C S at Ludlow sustained a very painful injury by running a nail through his hand Our Sunday school has been discontinued during the winter We hope the rood people of the community will remember it when the weather opens up Moreland Smith sold his farm to Jn Brock for 900 the latter having recently sold his to Henry Toombs fo 1000 R L Johnson sold his saw milL- Tho buyers name was not learned Forest Wilchcr has been ill with incumonia but is convalescing The stork alighted at the home of French Marlow and also at Cliff McKees caving each family a boy Mrs A G Coffey is very sick Miss Cleota Jones is ill with grip Charles Chambers fireman on the C S spent several das with his parents OTTENHEIM Wm Anderson sold a lot of timothy bay at 50c per bale Henry James is tossing his hat in the- air over a 10q pound boy at his house J A James sold his saw rig alone ithout boiler and engine to Schanze Bros for 150 Joseph Lawson gave a party to the oungsters Saturday night and they enjoyed themselves till a late hour Wm Anderson has exchanged boiler and engines with Casper Abt and is better prepared than ever to give his customers satisfactory meal Mrs Andy Adams and daughter Fannie and Miss Dadie Dishon of Rowland arc visiting in this section Jesse Kidd who has been seriously ill with inflammatory rheumatism is able to be- out again Hunting for Trouble Ive lived In California 20 years and am still hunting for trouble in- the way of burns sorespwoundsbolls- outs sprains or u cusp of piles that ucklens Arnica Salve wont quickly l ureII writes Charles Walters of AI ghany Sierra county No use hunt- ling Mr Walters It cures every ease uarantced at Pennys Drug Store c The discovery of a gigantic sunspot which is passing across the solar face phcIthe naked eye through smoked glass it is said littoThe Memphis Tenn Times writes In my opinion Fo leys Honey and Tar Is the best remol- 1y for coughs colds and lung troubled to my own personal knowledge Foleys Honey and Tar has accum pUshed many permanent cures that hao been little short of marvellous Refuso any but the genuine in the el- low package Pennys Drug Store- yj N Iol rI Notice to ContractorsISStaI Notice is Hereby Given That the Fiscal Court of Lincoln County Will on Monday March 4 1907 Beginning at 10 oclock A M proceed to open scaled bids for stone groef and ditching contracts on the various sections of turnpike in wild cuiitil All bids for furnishing battling breaking and spreading stone and grovel and for ditching must be settled and filed with the County Court Clerk IH fore 10 oclock A M March 4 1907 and no bids will be received after suid time Contracts will bo let to the lowest and best bidder and Contracts are required to give bond with surety to bo approved by the Court for the faithful performance of their contracts and for nil penalties and damages for failure to so perform their contracts The amount of stone or gravel to be placed on each Section is na followlI Stanford Danville Section 1 from Stanford to Hawkins Branch 20 rods stone Saute Section 2 from Hawkins Branch to Boyle line 20 rods stonc and 20 rods gravel Rush Branch pike Section 1 from Stanford it Lane ter pike to Rush Branch 35 rods stone Santo Section 2 from Rush Branch to Hiihblo 40 rods stone Danvillo Lancaster pike wholo road 15 roils stone Stanford it Knob Lick Section from Stanford it Hustonvillc pike to Hanging Fork Creek 20 rods stone Sumo Section 2 from Hanging Fork Creek to Danvillo it Hustonville pike 10 rods gravel Lincoln it Boyle pike whole road 5 rods gravel Stai ford it Milludgcvillo pike Section from Stanton it Hustonville piko to McCormacks church 20 rods stone Same Section 2 from McCormacks church to Millcdgevillo 5 rods grave Crab Orchard it Chappells Gap pike whole road 75 rods gravel Stanfoi it 1rcachersvillo pike Section 1 from Stanford it Crab Orchard piko to Wilkergons Branch 25 rods stone Same Section 2 from Wilkoreons Branch to Crab Orchard it Lancash piko 25 roils stone Crab Orchard it Lancaster pike Section 1 from Crab Oi chard to G W Evans place 30 rods gravel i Same Section 2 from G W Evans place to Garrard county line 25 rod gravel Stanford it Crab Orchard pike Section 1 from old stone houco to H D Baughmans gate 20 rods stone Same Section 2 from II D Batighmans gate to Bywatera gate 20 roels stone Saute Section 3 from Bywatere gate to Crab Orchard 20 rods stone Stanford it Ottenheim pike Section 1 from Stanford it Wnyncsburg pikc to J G Lynns 10 rods gravel Same from J G Lynns to Boones blacksmith shop Section 2 2 roelsl gravelSame Section 3 from Boone s shop to Ottenhoim 30 rod + gravel Star tord Dix River Garrard County it White Oak pike Section 1 from Row land to Haydens Switch 10 rods gravel Same Section 2 from Haydcns Switch to W IL Traylors lane bcyom still 30 roils stone Same Section 2 from Traylors Tune to Garrard county lino 12 rods gravel Stanford it Wayueuhurg pike Section 1 from Stanford to Ottenheim piko 20 rods stone SameScctiou 2 from Ottcnlieiin pike to Maywood county road nt toll Q Halls Gap 15 rods stone Sumo Section 8 from Maywood county Toad nt trot of Hulls Gap to 1 II Carters store 10 rods stone Same Section 4 from Carters store to Hutchisons schoolhouse 4 rod stone Same Section 5 from Hutchison schooMiouse to Butts store 12 rod stone Same Section G from Butts ctoro to King iIle piko 15 rods stone Same Section 7 from Kingsvillo pike to Geo Gaines 15 rods steno Sumo Section 8 from George Gainer to G W Clifto 25 rods stone Same Section 9 from G W Clifts to Wnynosburg 10 rods gravel Kiugsvillo it Pleasant Point piko Section from Stanford it Wayiiorbiirf Dike to county road lending to Casey county 20 rods gravel Same Section 2 Casey county dirt road to Kingsvillc 20 rod gravel Mo inney it South Fork pike whole road 25 rods gravel Hustonville Coileys Mill pike Section 1 from Huston villo to Win arsons 15 rods stone Same Section 2 from Win CarsonV to Mt Salami SO rods tone IhiHtonvillo it Bradfordsville pike whole road 25 rods gruvo- lllustouville it Carpenters Creek piko whole road 80 rods etonu sad 50 odd gravel Danville it Hustonvillo pike Section IJrom llustonvillo to Black pike 50 oils stone Same Section 2 from Black pike to Boyle county line 20 rods stone and 10roels gravel- Carpenters Station it Moroland pike whole road 25 rods gravel- Turnersvillo it McKinney whole road 8roils gravel McKinney it Turnersville from John Murphys to McKiunoy 30 rods of ravel Green River gravel Stanford it Hustnuville pike Section 1 from Stanford to Turners villo 40 uds stone Same Section 2 from Turncrsvillo to Hustonvillo 50 rods stole Turncrsville it McCormacks church pike Section 1 from Turnorsville to Snm Helms 10 rods gravel Same Section 2 front Sam Helms to C Bishops 10 rOIls gravel Same Section 3 from C Bishops to Knob Lick piko 5 rods gravel Stanford it Lancaster pikc Section 1 from Stanford to Logans lino 10 rOlli stone Same Section 2 from Logan lane to Garrard county line 10 rods stouo McKinney it Coffeys Mill piko Section 1 from South Fork pike to old illgato 30 rods stone Santo Section 2 from old tollgate to Fair house 40 rods shone Sallie Section 3 Fair house to Mt Salem 40 rods stone Same Section 4 from Mt Salem to Casey county line 40 rods gravel Hustonville it McKinncy pike whole road 5 rods gravel Guarantee Companies accepted on bonds A rod of stone or gravel consisU of 225 cubic feet Hand brokbn stone must he on margin of road or section by Sept Ifith v All gravel must be spread before Oct 15h All metal is to be measured by the Courts representative who may dosig untn when and where it is to be spread All stone furnished must be Good Sound Hard Limo Stono or Quartz id broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter The gravel must clean and flinty free from dirt and sand and that furnished on Me inney it Colleys Mill turnpike and Turucrsvillo it McKinney turnpike IInll from John Murphys to McKinney MUST BK FROM GREEN RIV BU The Court or its representative may reject nay material not of proper size qualityBidders say in their bids whether stone will ho broken by handor crushctJ The wagons nscdin hauling metal from crusher shall bo measured by the Courts representative before beginning work nut shall bo filled full undiug in the middle No metal shall bo spread unless the Courts representative is present The Court reserves the right to reject nby and all bids- Blank forms on which bids may be made can be procured from tho Count Court Clerk Copies of bonds required may bo obtained nt the County Court Clerks office Ilt Good Lump Coal 13c Per Bushel 7 I r W B Perkins Crab Another CarLoad of OLD HICKORY WAGONSAt W H HIGG1NSI KentuckyI PUMPSwraatar All Kinds all prices any dep- thROOFING t All kinds all prices S H ALDRIDGE IentuckyY Tinner and Plumber wwo a DES H TCrjETS DE IjfMMEF S It Orchard v Kentucky tt tr 1a r Stanford Stanford t r I y t t- DE I SAWS Stock of above now complete Call and see them- t GEORGE H FARRIS t tit weB McRoberts DBr 1LESi DRUGGISTSTANFORD f Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Tarnishes PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded DITCHESThe bids for ditching must be on each section and persons other than the rectal contractors may he awarded tine contract for ditching old must make bids separately All ditches trust ho two feet wide and eight inches deep All dirt must bo thrown out of ditch and away from the piko or carted oil unices otherwise ordered by the Courts representative All ditching to be done as soon as practicable and must bo completed be foro July 1007 Blank forms und bonds can bo had nt County Court Clerks office The Court reserves the right to reject any and all bids G B COOPER I Clerk Lincoln County Court L