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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u r y i I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22 1907 NO 97 Wants Better Pay for Jurors General Prosperity has come Wo all know who ho is who brought him and where ho came from Tho president and every national officer has permitted his salary to ho increased and on down the line to tho officers of tho State county All kinds of skilled labor me chanics and even tho plow boy wh onco came at sun rise and loft at the setting at 6Uc per day is now a 0 o clock scholar with hoard and 1 Statistics report an Increase in cost of Run oral living of 40 per cent nnd to mett J this increased expense a Mmullniicous increase in wages of from 60 to 200 per cent The two classes who have not been beneficiaries of this raise in wngea but who contribute to their rvftpceUvu a shares of tho 40 per cent are theschool ti teachers and the jurymen Sins the mind of man runnoth not to the contra ry the Juryman docs business at the same old stand and at thy smut old price Ho is flaltirod with tho privi lego of Rotting up at 3 oclock In the morning staggering around in tho dark to do his chores all tho same if it is hot or cold rain or shine while his wife gets out of a sick bed and gets a snack Then ho drives from five to 1G miles to court pays 85 cents for livery W cents for dinner exclusive of the trimmings leaving 130 for self horse and buggy nnd feeds himself At 0 oclock ho gets home and by 10 his work is done and he is ready for a nap Next day ho re pcaU this and for two or three weeks continues his trips to court When he finally goes homo with his cash to con tribute his mite to the 16 per cent the board of equalization meets and ho is cited to appear and show cause why his property should not bo doubled in value to meet increased expenses of increased salaries and general expenses While his tax has been doubled he is reminded c that his tax rate has been reduced 2Jc on tho 100 I cant understand how it is that if your house is worth 100 and the board raises it to 200 tho value of the house is changed It has been said that a Juror ought to be patriotic enough to servo for nothing others say ho Is well paid What about tho pa triotism of tho other officials 1 But those who offer such solid comfort arc the ones who would loose from 5 to10 per day to neglect private business and servo at 12 hence they never serve but get it off on their neighbors Then too ho is a good stilT tax payer and thinks expenses are already too high and tho juror is supposed to stand for rill tho patriotism and economy and tho rerson ho can stand it is because ho does a wholesale business and monopolizes the trade ran see no injus I tlco in allowing tho juror 3 per day for his service the same as allowed to the magistrates and members of board oft equalization By so doing he would at least bo standing on tho steps of tho band wagon The Boyle county grand jury says Me Too What say our Representatives t T A BRADL- EYMATwRIONIAL Alvin Thomas and Miss Kittio Hurt both of Garrard were made one at Lancaster W M Frve a widower of 31 and Mrs Artto Chastccn II were made one on tho 19th James Oliver Smith and Miss Bessie Spanglcr both of the East End wore married this week Mrs Mollie Saunders aged 11 who married at Bowling Green on Feb C is suing for divorce Sho met her his band two days before her marriage Randall C Coffey junior member o tho enterprising firm of Hunn ColTcy of Morcland was married Tuesday tot t 4Miss Sallio Myers tho charming daugh ter Mr John D Myers also of th West End Rev Price T Smith per formed the ceremony after which Mr nnd Mrs Coffey loft for Louisville to spend a week We have not tho pleasure of tho acquaintance of Mrs Coney i but we do know Randall and further know that ho is all right in every par ticular and wo join his host of friends rn wishing him and his bonnie bride long lives filled with genuine happiness If I had hate a million plunks By true and actual count tandfill two trunks With bonds to like amount and Could I but take of stocks my pick In making up my list then- I feel that I might cease to kick And be an optimist A Valuable Lesson Six years ago I learned a valuable lesson writes John Pleasant of Magnolia Inil I then began tat ing Dr Kings Now Life Pills nd tho longer 1 tako them tho bettor I find them They please everybody Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store 250 MIDDLEBURG Mesdames Laura Leo and W J God by attended church at Liberty Sunday There will be preaching at the Imp tist church Sunday by Hev W G TII furl John Rates late of Somerset has Lynnoa of persons in tho river hero Sunday They were converts of the Methodist meeting which closed n week ago Mrs Martha Lanham wife of Albert Lanham is dead Sho had been in bad hvalth fur a year or more and her death waa not unexpected She leaves a husband and two children Sharp Jones is the style of n new cross tie firm here It has not been long In tho field but is composed of the Jtuir that moves things and we pre- diet for them It profitable career In the business world E E Kelsay has sold his house and lot and stock of general merchandise at Yosemite to Jason Colby and will go to Burnsido and open a drug store Mr K has been in business at Yosemite for tho last 20 years and that town will not look like itself without him Mr Coffey will continue the business at the standWe real glad that our meat nnd bread duos not depend on newspa cr correspondence for if it did we are of tho opinion that our living would bo slim Wo havohailed everyone we met for news and the answer invariably came No not a word It is no easy matter to get up a creditable letter each week from a little Ibuflt like this anti if thoso who have never tried It think otherwise it would be well for them to make an effort and be convinc ed It is not at all astonishing that so many correspondents get into the hab it of lying when so much has to bo manufactured to fill up CRAB ORCHARD Prof Nat B Sewell and George Con dor are attending the State convention of the Y M C A at Frankfort The infant of James Jones died Mon day and was burled Tuesday Miss Mug gie CuFton Is very ill of pneumonia Little Martha White daughter of II S White fell from tho porch at her home and broke one of her arms in two places Rev L M Omcr closed a protracted meeting at the Christian church Fri day evening There were five conver sions Bro Omcr and wife made a host of friends while here Mr and Mrs G D McCollum Mr and Mrs Andrews and Miss Katherine Wells of Junction City attended the burial of Mr Perry King Mrs Han nah L Steger was a guest at tho St Asaph Hotel Stanford Friday and Sat urdayA Mens Christian Association was organized in the Christian church Sunday evening with Prof Sewell of tho Graded School president Dr Will J Edmiston vice president Milton Con der treasurer Dr George Lyric seem tary The latter Is tho corresponding member of the State committee Leave your orders for all the lending magazines and papers with Miss Hettie Harris Out of town and R F D route subscriptions solicited for tho Louisville Evening Post with Kentucky Governors Wall Chart one year for 3Now is the time to order the Delinea tor for Spring styles tho leading Cash ion magazine for la year GraveRising From the A prominent manufacturer Van A afmost experience He says After taking less than three bottles of Electric Bitters I feel like ono ris ohng from the grave My trouble Is llrlghts disease In tho Diabetes stage I fully believe Electric Bitters will cure mo permanently for It has already stopped tho liver and bladder complications which have troubled me for years Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Storu Priw only 50c District Attorney Jerome is contin uing his cross eliamination of Evelyn Neshit Thaw Olio of tho features of tho examination Wednesday was Mrs Thaws inability to remember u num ber of things about which Mr Jerome questioned her Tho district attorney is delving deeply into tho past of the witness and it is considered probable that tho croascxamination will contin ue for several days TilE fashion editor of tho Somerset Journal says Tho jumper waist is meeting with a good deal of approval Taking as it does very little material and needing no great skill in the cut ting it is a garment that can bo easily added to the wardrobe of the woman of moderate means a Tho Senate has confirmed tho nomina tion of Eugene Dl Sanders of Louisia na to be United States District Judge for tho Eastern district of Louisiana NEWS NOTES Jno Bensonof Newport was stricken blind while riding on an Eastern train Tho county judge has fixed March Oth for the local option election fn An dorson Two barges wero wrecked ofT High land Light Mass luring a storm and six seamen lost their lives Threo cemeteries have shut their doors to the remains of Guy Lyon who was hanged nt Husacllvllle Tho Ann Arbor Railroad Company paid a lino of 15000 at Toledo for violation of the Interstate Commerce laws in granting rebates The Great Northern Railroad Com puny has been indicted by the Federal grand jury In Now York on the charge of granting rebates The H C Frick Coke Company has decided to advance the wages of Its employes and about 6100 men are bene fited by the increase The Senate passed the Rivers and Harbors Appropriation Bill carrying a total of 92720472 All the committee amendments were agreed to Petitions aakingn local option elec tion in Daviess county and the city of Owens bora have been filed with the County Judge Owensboro has over 10 saloonsThe American Tobacco Company is said to be about to absorb its great ri val the United Cigar Manufacturing Company Tho pending deal involves 20000000 Tho New York Central which has paid out enough money to those injured and killed in its wrecks to build the road has just had a wreck in which 23 were killed and 115 injured Mrs J S Mundellc of Connersville Inllcut the throats of her two child ren and then committed suicide The deed was done with a butcher knife while she was preparing dinner John Rice who was burned to death Saturday in Estill county left his lam ily In nflliction Ills wife is in tho Franklin county pcsthout with small pox and his daughter is ill of typhoid fever in the hospital Will J Davis former manager of the Iroquois Theater Chicago was formal ly arrigned in the circuit court at Dan vile on a charge of manslaughter In connection with the theatre fire and entered a plea of not guilty The Henderson street railway was sold to a syndicate of bondholdeos from Cincinnati for 80000 the upset price Extensive improvements probably will bomado in tho plant which was forced Into financial difficulties by tho opera tions of A L Rich of Cincinnati President M H Smith of the Louis villa and Nashville railroad was ad judged in contempt of court for not causing trains to be operated over the lino of railroad known as the Shelby cutolf and is given days in which to clear himself C A Davies was ex onerated Sixteen juvenile prisoners screamed in pain at the courthouse at Newport as their parents vigorously plied whips under the direction of County Judge Matt Moore The boys confessed that they systematically stole milk butler and other articles left on window sills of homes Twelve sensational suits stave been filed in the Owen Circuit Court against Magistrates and former County Judges charging them with paying money to the Magistrates and other officials for services performed for tho county dur ing their terms of office and seeking to recover same Doctor A L Brannon a saloon keeper nt Maldon Mo shot and killed Attorney D R Cox and Dr J W Dealt in the lattcrs office Ho was shot and killed himself a few hours later while being removed from tho jail at Malden to Kennett for safekeeping The killing of Brannon was by unidentified persons standing in the shadow of tho jail Chronic Constipation Cured One who suitors from chronic consti pation is in danger of many serious ailments Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation as aids digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels restoring tho natural ac tion of those organs Commence tak lag It today and you will feel better at once Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or grips and Is very pleasant to take Hofusp substitutes Pennys Drug Store teTho Texas Legislature has made it a misdemeanor to drink whisky out ofa bottle in a railway train As tho guz zlers can still use tho glass at the wa ter cooler tho other passengers will have to go thirsty or drink out of it af ter it has been made to smell to high heaven Frankfort Journal Foleys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and expels tho cold from the system as It is mildly laxative It is guaranteed The gen uine is in tho yellow package Pen nys Drugstore IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Fire destroyed four frame builings at Williamsburg The wife of Charles A Province is dead at London James Williams is building an im incase skating rink at London T II Prathcr aged 71 died at Perryville after a lingering illness W T Richardson sold to Saint tucker a house and lot in Junction City for Somerset Cook Book Is the title of a compilation by ladies of the Presbyterian Church of that city Squire W 0 Edwards a prominent citizen of Perryville is dead aged 5G lee was a member of the Boyle fiscal court Hcrshel Loy has been appointed postmaster at Olga Russell county urea Geo E Burton at Purdy Adair Garland an itinerant preacher suddenly became insane atBarbourvillc and was removed to the insane asylum at Lexington Harvey Evans died at Williamsburg from the effects of a blow on the head received in a difficulty with n man nam ed Bolin at Jclhco Arthur Johnson was killed at Clear field Tenn by his business partner Johnson had been in business at Clear field about six months He formerly lived at Willinmsburg Supt M 0 Winfrey of the Middles boro city schools Democratic nominee for Superintendent of Public Instruc tion has tendered his resignation as n member of tho State Board of Exam iners Dave Kilborn was sent to jail for 30 days for failure to answer questions before the grand jury The case against Joe Landrum charged with killing Mart Colt at Pittsburg was dismissed on motion of the Common wealth Lon don Local Solomon Lawless of the Marksbury section of Garrard died after a short illness from the infirmities of age lie was a Confederate soldier and tho Da vid Logan Commandery held ceremon les at tho grave lie was about 70 years old and leaves no family The Mason Hanger Coleman Co of Richmond contractors were award ed the contract to build five miles of double track on tho Norfolk Western railway near Thacker W Va on the main line The contract price is about 380000 The work has to bo completed in ono and a half years Tho sad news of the death of William Beck which occurred at the home of his parents near Marcellus Garrard county was received here with much regret Young Beck was a student in tho Centre College preparatory until Christmas when he was forced to quit on account of his health Ho was a bright young fellow and admired by Lii fellow students lie was 14 years old and the son of Mr and Mrs Preston Beck His death was tho result of abscess on tho lung Advocate HON IIARVEY HELM of Stanford Congressmanelect from tho Eighth Dis trict was in town Saturday shaking hands wirh his friends and incidentally looking after some important legal business Owing to a spell of sickness Mr Helm dd not go to Washington last week with Pres Kimball of the Seventh and Ben Johnson otf tho Fifth Districts who are now in the Capital taking in the sights and getting onto the ropes Ho will not go up until the first of next month when ho will bo officially sworn in with the other new members of March 4 Naturally he is quite gratified at tho recent raise of salary of 2500 to which ho will fall heir We have not heard any complaints made by Congressman on that score yet Richmond Register eq Neighbors Got Fooled I was literally coughlug myself to death and had become too weak to leave my bed and neighbors predict ed that I would never leave It alive but they got fooled for thUnks be to God I was Induced to try Dr Kings Now Discovery It took just four bottles to completely euro the cough and restore me to Iood sound health writes Mrs Eva Unqupher of Grover town Stark county Ind This King of cough and cold cures and healer of throat and lungs Is guaranteed by Pennys DrugStore SOc and ill Trial bottle free It seems that her husband never paid her a cent of alimony rBut she gave everybody to under stand that ho did Yes she wanted to get credit at the dry goods stores This NayInter You No ono is Immune from kidney trou ble so Just remember that Foloys Kidney Cure will stop tho Irregularities and cure any ease of kldnoy and bladder trouble that Is not beyond tho reach of moillclno Pennys Drug Store BOUGHTTHESE v is what everyone says about All America li Shoes nobblestforttheIsnt this the shoe for you FOR SALE BY SAM ROBINSON t STANFORD KYIHUGH MURRAY Exclusive Designs in Silverware and Jewelry Diamonds Watches and Clocks My stock is equal to many of the large city stores Our reputation for reliable Opti cal Work is unsurpassed x j The Jeweler DANVILLE KY Right Goods and RightIPrices at Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Dealer in Hardware Stoves J Tin ware Groceries Field Seeds i Etc Complete Stock Main Street STANFORD KY The Lincoln County National Bank of Stanford Ky HAS A Capital of 5000000 Surplus and Undi vided Profits 2500000 Individual Deposits 24000000 Available for Useof its Patrons 31500000 u First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution nai establlihild u the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1658 then reorganized ui the National Bank of Stanford n 1665 and again reorganized ai the First National Daik of Stanford In 188J having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It U better supplied now with facilities for transact lag business promptly and well than ever before la its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cer poratlons Solicited OffIcers J I ROOKEIL Pro- S T UAIIKI8 V Pre J J MoHOflEUTB Ohr W U WEAKENAsstUbrt DIrectors Y ReId DnYllle- e T Harris Stanford J S Mocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Elmcre Stanford S Baughman lItnferd T P Moll Stanford is Robinson Tattle J M llaughmaa Stanford J M Pettus Stanford O E Tate Stnford- JItaM7Mfk rwYrt tiayryF7pNrM M13 ireM1 7Pn IV The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH Ii ft candldnte for Uoprrsentntlveof Lincoln eonnty Mihjtct to the action IKino ratio pnrty J T ROBERTS Ii ncnndldnt for Magistrate In till Urn Orchard MiiKintvrlnl District lulijoct to tbo otlon of thedelllaer tlopar- tyDemocratic Ticket BeckjhamFor Governor S W linger For Attorney General John K Hendrlcks For State Superintendent of Schools M0 Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture l J W Newman For Lieutenant Qovornor South Trimble For AuditorJI M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert Vreeland t vS For Treasurer Ruby LatToOn For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault ONE of the largest establishments in the United State if not in the world is the Baldwin Locomotive Works at Philadelphia It has just completed its thirty thousandth loco motive Of this number 28000 were built after 1870 2000 having been completed in the 37 years of previous operation Those fonl1of making studies of material advancement can find in these figures much Incentive to knowledge From the employment of only 1200 men a generation ago the Baldwin army is now 19200 When one engine a day was turned out the point of marvel was supposed to have been attained but now the diurnal capacity is nine locomotives The im provements in engines since the es tablishment began has been fully as r rapid as its expansion and the end is yet by no means in sight TilE Standard Oil Trust has declared a dividend of 15 a share payable on March 1 Of the total of 144750000 to be paid out under it John D Rocke feller will receive 5900000 Taking last years dividends as a basis by the close of this year the Standard Oil Co will have disbursed since its organization dividends reaching nearly 400000000 or four times the outstanding capital stock John D Rockefeller is generally understood to own twofifths or about 40000000 par value of Standard Oil stock which would make his share of dividends by that time 160000000 It will be seen therefore that it is easier for him to give 32000000 to education than for most of us to give the prover bial 30 cents Tim frequency mistrials growing out of sickness of jurors causes the New York World to suggest such amendment of the jury law as would permit the selection in cases like the Thaw trial likely to be long continued of two supplementary jurors who would be sworn like the 12 and like them could listen to the testimony In case of need one of them could be substituted for one of the original jurors and the trial go on without prejudice to either the prosecution or defense A CONNECTICUT solon has introduced a bill to chloroform bachelors at 40 Good We trust the bill will become a law and that Kentucky will emulate Connecticuts example A man at 40 without a wife and prospects for none is hardly worth killing with the cheapest kind of drug T J ANDERSON a bank official while attending a session of city coun cil of Parkersburg W Vat was robbed of his pocketbook containing 300 in cash a diamond ring and some valuable Pretty tough on theI city fathersIENGLAND is pretty lavish with her ambassadors She pays James Bryce 50000 a year and throws in 10000 for extras Our ambassador to Eng land pays out five times as much as he gets But then theres the honor of the thing POLITICAL The Naval Appropriation Bill carryI ing 100727807 was passed SenateThe proposed Ship Subsidy Bill is believed to have no chance at the present session of Congress The Democratic Committee of the Eighth senatorial district has called a primary for AprH 6 to select jsuccess or to the late George W Hickman The Ohio delegation in the next Con gress will have 10 members under 40 years of age and one of them J Eugene Harding of Middletown is but 29IThe officials of the Census Office are much concerned over the indisposition of Congress to provide as liberally fort the needs of that department as was requestedAs look to a baldheaded bar ber for an effective hair restorer as to tho Republican party for any revision of the tariff declared Representative Williams in a letter to Governor Guildi of Massachusetts y it Tho Treasury surplus for the first seven months and a half for the present fiscal year amounts to 37000000 and is steadily increasing The Indiana legislators took a few additional slaps at Gov Hanly amend- Ing some of his pet measures seem ingly merely because they wanted to thwart his plans By a vote of 42 to 28 tho Senate vote SenatorhSmoot of Utah Senator McCreary voted to unseat Root and Senator Blackburn voted in his favor The Postoffice Appropriation Bill has passed the louse All the salaries of the postal employes that were ruled ou on points of order Tuesday were re stored by the Committee on Rules and adopted by the House Advices from Oklahoma are to the effect that owing to tho thin prospects of getting their expenses paid by Con grcSS the delegates to the Constitu tional Convention are going home and It is hard to keep a quorum 1IngIng only one vote The final fate of the bill depends on the way in which absentees cast their votes when the bill is put on its passage- A candidate for the democratic leadership of the House in tho CSth Con gross has appeared in the person of Representative Do Armond of Mis souri who has signified his intention of contesting with Mr Williams of Mis sippi for the honor After a conference lasting one month the conferees of the House and Senate on the Legislative Judicial and Executive Bill have finally agreed on a meas ure carrying 82921000 This is 450000 moro than the bill carried when passed by the House Here and There Prof Harry Pratt Judson who has been acting head of the University of Chicago since the death of Dr Harper has been elected president of the insti 25000 damage suit of P D McBride against Samuel E Welch the Berea merchant was called at Rich mond and passed to the May term on account of the illness of Judge A R Burnam counsel for the defendant Justice Fitzgerald who is presiding at the Thaw trial has received a threat ening letter sent from St Louis It accuses the Judge qf siding with Jerome against Thaw The writer threatened to kill Justice Fitzgerald and District Attorney Jerome if Thaw is convicted- A Frankfort dispatch says Gov Beckham Percy Haly Assistant Adjt General Meryin Parrent and Guy II Briggs left for Henderson to attend the trial of one of the Noel Gaines damage cases brought in that county in which damage for alleged libel is sought to be recovered from Haly Facts similar to those brought out in the Harry Thaw case are involved in the case of James A Shipp again- the Commonwealth decided by th Court of Appeals The court holds that where a wife confesses to her husband criminal relations with a man and the man is killed by the husband proof of the wifes chastity is not competent CHURCH MATTERS There will be preaching at the Baptist church Sunday morning The Bible contains 3560480 letters 773746 words 31173 verses 1189 chap tsrs one 66 books The word and occurs 46277 times The word MLord occurs 1855 times The word rover end occurs but once which is in the ninth verse of the lllth Psalm The middle verso is the eighth verse of tho 118th Psalm The 21st verse of the seventh chapter of Ezra contains all the letters of the alphabet except tho letter J The longest verse is the ninth verse of tne eighth chapter of Esther The shortest verse is the 35th verso of the 11th chapter of St John There no words or names of more than six syllables WORDS are inadequate to express the feelings I have for the good people of this community who so nobly gener ously and thoughtfully came to my relief materially and spiritually during the longcontinued and fatal illness of my son I shall never forget as long as memory lasts To ask for any thing was never necessary every wish was anticipated favors innumerable were bestowed in fact all was done for our succor and relief that was possible on the part of friends and to them I wish to express my gratitude Sue Woner In a on morality entitled Womans Rights Dr John Henry Cudlippe pastor of the First Methodist church at Wichita Kas declared that all the evidence in the Thaw trial should be printed I want to see every line of the Thaw evidence printed said Dr Cudlippe and I want to it I think the public should read lt WANTED Gentleman or lady to for Mercantile House of large capital Territory at homo or abroad- to suit If desirable the home may be used as headquarters Weekly salary of 1000 per year and expenses Au dress Jos Alexander Stanford Ky GOOD letter for sale at your attireI NEXT ATTRACTION Ploughe Shepherds Jolly Entertainers and the Great Edison Worlds FairuFrom Way Down East Alcorns Opera House Wednesday Night Feb 27 rThe Barnum of them allthe newest theatrical treats A program decidedly out of the ordinary Two solid hours long without a wait The Edison Worlds Fair part of tho pro gram consists of this years film subjects representing nearly every na visitingito some note event vocalIthere you want to spend n thoroughly pleasant evening and be entertained by a company who knows how to entertain and does it get your seats reserved at Adams Drug Store that you may enjoy it to the fullest extent EXTRA Special home feature 100 home from Hustonville scenesI The PlougheShepherd Co only company carrying a special photographer who has photographed everything of interest in Hus mlochlanismprogram night Feb 27 These homo scenes when shown the great Edison invention are full size and absolutely life like 16x20 lifeI square Every bythefurnish a subject They aro made pre companYsexpenseNo crowd too large No place too fine No family too poor to bo vislteJ- and photographed Read localsI Farm for Sale or Rent Oood fiirmof 2l iicrt near for mile or rent Nice arwrrldrnrenudulli nlulrTrlllIrhUhlilii Kyorcull on K llower on the plan Reduced RatesvIA Queen resenti ROUTE ou tho first and thin Tuesdays of each mouth to ninny points South Winter Tourist Tickets now on Nllell partticulars write H C KING C P T A KIDE 1PTCIjETTSS DE- ljIMMERS NOTICE I have lit hung for info Ixitli punt l rctl unit inUiHl tuck Prices to suit Am now booking ordvr for for hntcliliw from my Unitrent pent lit fired clilckuiui tnll ntuleothrnl or write your nut- s11t1VIIVsIITn1tescherevltto1 y Fnirvlow 1oultry trnrin D J SMITH IDEALEl1 IN C onornl Merchandise and Country Produce CILBERTS CREEK KY NOTICE I we mint vwy iwron that Is ntllloted with rhPUniHtUin Kidney t rou Mo or nay dlMHikf rising beau tmimrv lilootl to try Ilckn t our tllllllRrll Komim gunrantewit toiuni It taken nrrord Ingttdln + or your mutiny will In rv 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Botch Sampto and hour you name Look them user to your h wta con atDOt the leut obligation uaiag bar ie8oooccwayail Palo House Painting And Craning Charlie Stewart Stanford Ky SAWS DE S ILES Stock of above now complete Call and see them GEORGE H FARRIS Do PUMPStlto All Kinds all prices any ROOFINGAll S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber W B MoRoberts DE depth DRUGGIST STANFORD Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Tarnishes N rK PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded SeasoD Remnants At Prices Which Sbouldt Move Then Wrights wool fleeced underwear reduced from 100 to 75c a garment Cotton fleeced and ribbed from 50c to 35c a garment Boys J twearlined gloves from 100 to 75c 50c lined gloves at 35c A few sizes j Mens Fur Gaps Worth S200 to Close at SLOOITwobuckle rolled edge felt boots 250 Onebuckle rolled edge felt boots 200 A few pairs of 500 mens hightop shoes at 400 Hocker Bootees better than any bodys cheap at 500but reduced to 450 A few pairs of boys boots sizes 3 4 and 5 were 200 now 160 Some small sizes II to 13at 125 These goods are in small lots J and the price is exceedingly low J H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY 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 TRAOL MAR K 1 LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists lorhOllMehuldOhocolntuQulnlnollonnlwuudhnbletsfordold LynuslunprucrlVrgetnble Pink Ooxt 01cnTn snmulohClItl woAspoint Your House i Dont your house need a fresh coatV of paint Spring is nearly here greatlytobest ReadyMixed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD DRUG CO At NEW GINGHAMS t I 70 Now Patterns in Gingham lOu to SCo par yard iclhcrICII on Ginglmms nro veryslow but wo wero fortunate enough to get a largo part of the ones wo bought tAfcpoainl Value is n Uopliyr Gingham nt IGo por ynnl Quality and pat very much like the 2Co goods lton r 1 STANKOHU KY Fin2 1007 iWe have received a Mg minply nnd Leather Post Cards Icn A nya Drug Store PERSONALS A MR W T SMITH is quito shk y Mn K S Atcons Isnttomllhft court at London FIIRU GARNET spent a row days Int Louisville MR A D PAIWONS who HVOB near Goshen li quito sick Mn S H ALDIUDOE was at London on business this week GKOHOU PuNntirroN who has boon for several weeks Is no better Miss EUIJMI Torrent spent several days with Gnrrard county friends Dn McColm of Lebanon was here yesterday on professional business ATTORNEY Geo U SAUPUJY was In Frankfort on lejral business this week MI8S 11ETTIE IAXTON Is visiting Miss Uollo Denny In tho Shelby City section Miss ISAIIHL WALKER of Gnrrnrd Is with her brother Mr W 0 Walker MRS RuE the HnrrodsburK artist was the guest of Mrs J G Carpenter M MRS It L HuniiLB and her ncd L mother Mrs LoRnn are both quite- lick MR KAYBTTB WILKBRSON and wife of Richmond are guests of his pnrcnta i here Mills JOBnrillNB NUNNRUUIY Is visiting her grandmother Mrs L B Nun nclloy tin AND Mns CIIARIRS SBMONIS of Mercer were guests of tho Misses Nowland MIIH UETTIB HAMILTON Is visiting Mrs Anderson K Nunncllcy in the West End NEWS comes from Casey that Mr John W Mooro who hns been so Ill la convalescing liON W D CbAYnnooKB of Wash ington county Is here the guest of lion J M Alverson TilE Young Married Peoples Club will meet with Mrs F S McClary nt 8 oclock this evening MR JOSH WILSON und daughter I Miss Mnry Wilson of the East End were hero Wednesday I J M AlVERSON attended the Bachelor Maids dance nt Nicholas vllle Wednesday night Miss SusiB THOMPSON who has been J with Mrs I R Hughes returned to her home at Mt Vernon yesterday I JUDOEW l DAWSON continues quito ill Mr John H Bright Is carrying mall on Rural Route Route No 2 f during his Illness MRS S E BROOKS nnd son Mr i Will Brooks ofCrab Orchard were In t ILouisville this week to t co Mr nek Carbon who Is ill MK IL C BAUOHMAN cashier of the l Southern Bank Trust Co of Harri t mnnTcnn was hero on business Wed iesday and yesterday- T MR T S RoniSSON and wife of Now Orleans and little Meota Dorsey of Louisville are with Judge W L t nnd Miss Hattie Daweon Tills pnPer has few If nny hotter friend or patron than Dr Edward Al corn of Hustonvllle who was hero yes J terday Ho not takes five copies- of tho I J but gives us lots of printing MRS J B WILLIS of Crab Orchard will have charge of thod to bo given at FOXB Studio Friday of ternoon for tiro benefit tho Crab Orchard Christian Church Miss Lou Poland of Lnwrcncehurg will ar f tomorrow to bo with Mrs James II SwopeAdvocate- f REV R B MAIIONY nnd daughter Miss Mario Mahony loft Wednesday night for Locaburg Fla the former to bo gone about two weeks and tho latter to make nn extended visit During Mr Mnhonys absence Miss Pearl Gen try will be In his Insurance office and will attend promptly to any business that may como In MR AND MRS ROBERT LEE WARNER were delightfully surprised at their home 2331 avenue by tho ladles employed at Dufllolds millinery store nnd other friends The occasion was a miscellaneous shower nnd Mr and Mrs Warner are just organizing n now home wero tho recipients of ninny beautiful and useful After tho reception and presentation of tho presents and Mrs In a manner expressed their thankaAnderson Ind Bulletin I LOCALS SEE Farris China counter GRAHAM tSingletons store TOBACCO canvas at L M Huey 4 Cogs WANTED to loan 1800 Cnllat this office l f SEE tho greatest bargain counter In China ever In town Farris To LOAN8ooo or 1000 for five or nix years at C per cent This office Tim February term of the Lined circuit court begins Monday next and lasts two weeks CRANK to Dicks cuttor lost between hero and A J Ricos residence Pleas return W II Hlgglnl A SON of Mr Tim W Hutchison ot Highland had tho misfortune to break one of his legs tho other day If you wain ciuthing ihutH up u tllo All Wool standard either readymad or made to mcasnre see Cummins McClary Till creditors of AWright oro requested to filo with mo immediate their claims verified as required by law J B Paxton REAl tho snio advertisement of S W Burke which appears elsewhere Ho will have a great talc at Junctioi City March 7 SUAIED bids will bo received by me until 8 oclock Monday morning March A noon second handed Haynes Bros piano with Steinway worksfull octave for sale for 160 or will swap for n good harness horse Dr W M Doore at the St Asuph Hotel ills fricndtt and they are legion will be glad to learn that Mr W M Field has decided not to leave Lincoln coun ty lie bought back his good farm on the Somerset plko and will remain on It TUB Trustees of tho Graded School have granted a leave of 10 days ab senco to Prof J W Ireland to attend the National Teachers Association which convenes In Chicago all nex week lie will leave Monday Tins is Washingtons birthday The banks are closed the postoffico Is observing Sunday hours and tho young people will celebrate the occasion by a swell hop at Waltons Opera House tonight The rest of us are trying to make bucklo and tongue meet MR Joint TURNBULL who left Tuesday for his homo near Stroud Oklaho ma told us that ho has never paid out ns much as MO to doctors In his life lie will be 7G years old next month and has a wife and 10 living children It would bo hard to find a healthier tam Hy than Mr Turnbulls TOE star route between Stanford und McKinney will bo discontinued Satur day greatly to tho regret of tho pa Irons along the line The governfnen authorities have been petitioned am plead with to continue this important route but for seemingly pure cussed ness they have determined to cut it off It will take mail from two days to n week or more to go from Stanford to McKinney nnd Turncrsvillo after Sat unlay TilE aged father of Messrs J W and J DEads arrived from Wayne county this week to make his home in Lincoln Ho is Mr S D Fads and his ago is 89 Tho old gentleman has not walked for nine years and when ho boarded tho train at Burnsldo it was his first time Mr Ends stood the trip well and enjoyed the novelty of riding on the cars Ho was accompanied by his son Mr T P Eads who will also cast his lot with tho people of this county THE Plougho Shepherd Co gave very delightful moving picture and home scene show at Waltons Opera House Wednesday evening The house was well filled notwithstanding the Knights of Pythias entertainment and banquet The moving pictures wore the very latest and best while tho views in and around Stanford were especially good Tho interior of nearly every business enterprise in the town was photographed and our people were seen pursuing their dally vocations The pictures of the courthouse the courthouse officials and of the Graded chool and the several hundred pupils wero exceedingly fine The illustrated ongs by Mr Ploughs wero a pleasing caturo of the evenings program See his clover entertainment at Huston villo next Wednesday night 27th A FULL HOUSE Wo are receiving now and seasonable goods each day anti have tho right things for early Spring Sowing All Winter Goods nro going nt Cut Prices Wo dont buy thorn to keep and they mustgo if oven at a toes Any tiling in Clonks Puts Suits and Untlorwenr you ned can bo supplied here for little money n SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY Chntltnnooga delinquunI SEVERAL cone pulleys for sato at this office LOCUST posts for Bale D C Sipple McKinney Ky Fort SALE Tho house I now live In Bud Holdcrman GATIDBN heeds swoet ptai Baodoata clover timothy etc at W H Hlg gins Now comes from Frankfort that Shelton M Sfliiflny hns bought a handsome homo In Frankfort A LITTLE daughter of James P Jones of the East End died of pneumonia and was buried Wednesday IA LAituB and well selected ILtltlu1l of Spring and Summer suitings pants vests etc just in Call and nee them II C Rupley As administrator of the estate of Miss Carrie Porter I will soil her personal ef fects at tho homo of Mrs Mary J Withers at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon next Feb 23rd J C McClary FOR SALE House and lot on Lan caster street also house and lot on Lo gan street and ono vacant lot between logan nnd Whltley streets For par ticulars see James E Buck Stanford or write J E Nevius Lancaster It Ex PERT CUTTER Mine Host Alex ander Tribble of tho Tribblo House at Junction City Is an expert sandwich maker or rather ham cutter lie told us the other day that ho can anti has cut meat for 250 sandwiches from a sin gle 12pounU ham Figure on this preposition and see how much goodold ham the fellow who buys a sandwich from Mr Tribblo gets and also the profit ho makes on a ham LOOK Hughes Swinebroad the real estate and investment men at Lan caster Ky want you to look at the farms and other property they havo for sale Every one knows the fertility of Garrard county soil Hemp tobacco and other crops in abundance For in vestments they can show you 10 per cent and more If you want to sell your farm coal or timber lands or other property write them about it Buy now while you can get the pick and the Interest on amount paid down will be taken care of until possession is given WALTONS OPERA HOUSE changed hands Wednesday the editor of this paper buying the interest of his brother Mr W P Walton The purchase price is private but the terms are so easy that our delinquent subscribers will ho given the opportunity of helping us pay for it Tho hall as it Is called here has not been a paying In vestment and wo fear that it will never bo but that is neither nor there We propose to run it the best we can promising the patrons tho very best shows obtainable and good order at all times It Is more than likely that a skating rink will be Inaugurated in the next week or so As soon as is practi cable wo propose to make some decided improvements such as new scenery interior decorations etc etc WEDNESDAY was Knights of Pythias day in Stanford The 43rd anniversery of that great and good order was fitting ly celebrated by an open session ot Diadem Lodge No 81 at their Castle Hall which proved an occasion most delightful in every detail Mr Clar ence E Tate was chosen chairman and after a brief talk by him tho Knights of Pythias quartette composed of Profs 0 B Fallis and J W Ireland and Messrs J C McClary and T D Raney was introduced They sang the K of P Battle Call Mr II A Shu berth of Versailles entertained the nudienco with a timely talk on the rood of tho order and the quartette beautifully rendered Somewhere Hon W J Price of Danville was the next speaker His talk was well worded and most entertaining The Soldiers Farewell was then sung after which an enjoyable social session was held After this the crowd of 100 or more adjourned to Mrs W S Jones restaurant where a toothsome spread of threo courses was enjoyed The first course consisted of turkey dress- Ing salads olives pickles celery reception flakes the second of cream sherbet and cako and the last of colfee beautifuUydecorated the like and Knights of Pythias colors were everywhere The evening was a memorable one and will redound to the good of tho rapidly growing order r TILE INTERIOR JOURNAL run hopes to meet you at Lancaster court Mon day I HAVE received some new and beautiful patterns of all kinds and especially in shirt waists The ladies are invited to see them Mrs Kate P Miller e JUDGING from the program of the Washington Birthday celebration by the Hustonvlllo Graded School tonight our Wost End friends have a troat in store A large audience will likoly wit ness tho entertainment SNOW about Ii inches deep full yes teaday morning but it is rapidly disap pearing Tho weather for the most part has been delightful the past two weeks and It looks very much like the g h did not see his shadow THE Black Cab saloon at Rowland is tho only place in Lincoln county where red liquor can be legally obtained now Since the death of Hayden S Shanks tho Blue Wing has been closed but the license etc will be sold nt public outcry by Administrator J N Menefee at Rowland Monday As administrator of Hayden S Shanks will on Monday Feb 25 1007 at the saloon building In Rowland Ky occupied by him at the time of his death beginning at 130 p M sell at public outcry his stock of goods con sisting of whisky brandy cigars tobacco bottles jugs etc Also his State county and municipal license to retail liquors which will expire April 16 1907 Terms made known onday of sale J N Mcnefce admr n New Meat Market I I wish to notify tho ns oplo Unit I Imvo ntnrtrU a now reset miirkci on Kiitt Main street iiiul will appreciate n ibiiru of your porkIxrfion and halt Urlttl beef Kroo ilellvrry from li to oclock In morntnp amid frolllS to 1 In ovenlng M W Bond Ment Cutter Proprhune70 PUBLIC SALE I 1iIitwkhnfarmonthentouford pike on HATUIIUAY KK1I luff tint follow hip dptcrllntl property Knrmlng ImulHiilonU Incliullnu two slione wagons nml Illinium i eprltlx WIIROII i bUKgleii bIOD and ImriiiMf mowerx binder three ihor cultivator i tolxirco friiimmml nil other forming tool household mud kitchen home com furtsidelxnnlrefrlgenrtorlxvl room sets earlarts4tshestctwo family home I 7 ynrol work mule I iNtllgrectl linxxl mure i row extra milker I reglnterod liorthorn ytny also sell ailment loots not sold before under shelter of large tonrrolmrii Terms on tiny of ante wile will liegluntQSHA HAMU t TIiniMOXI PUBLIC SALE I Hiivlni lcclUexl to go Vust I will offer for safe on HATIUUUY Flat sir fur nil of my personal property connUtliiR of ttotk farming Implements nml lumtihold goods towtli One sorrel mare layears old In foal by Ohe ter nged work mUIllllIrulll nllyifmatiy mure roo sows combined mure In foal by John Jlolmes1 Chester Jewel nnd n four yenrold hay gelding a cutting harrow and cultivator combined horse dycumoUl jack 7yearaoM and a good one new trop buggy tout new twohone wagon two brood sows to bring pigs In March and Mny twp r hom wagons ono wagonBannrllllllK cull lIlor I deed lrullll liar chains ti ngle trees saddle hoes nnd rakes one bed room set rocking chairs dining room chain writing dusk dour snfel alsningnmennsu- fclcmokslovu2ipoundantcnt la pntltld or Inrd lot of other things too numerous to mention Place located S miles from Irllh Orchard Ulween Htiinforil A Ijincaiter pike known ns the Hnrb King farm Terms made known on tiny of sale IL A UOIHX ON Cal J I Chandler Auct TRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers a STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Cur pets Druggets Rug Mattings Pic lire FramcH Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Taper Mr E T Beazley has charge of tho Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night lOG or 133 JIA FLYER q s w 12501 yards of fine Soft Bleach Cotton 80 inches the real vnlue of which is lOc per yardus long as this lasts at SheiNot more than 25 yards lo n customorij t r SON mowwlugumcWnenudrakeI H4I +++ +++++ llrl + +++ + + ttllll + + ltt Madras and Light I Percales I l We have a good selection of Madrasltand Light Percales Just the Shirts Shirt Waists and Shirt Waist Suits at 12 12 15 and 20c per yard t 1f WHITE GOODS t- Our stock of White Goods is complete from Bleached Cottons at 7 12 to 12 I2c per yard to extra fine Lawn at 75c yard Between theseIILongcloths Nainsooks India iare Persian Lawns Lingerie Ma terials Dimities Etc- DRESS GOODS We are showing a full line of the r right kind of Dress Goods consisting of Voiles Ediennes Panamas and Mohairs in all the leading colors Also a full line of Fancy Suitings from 5Oc to 125 yard L M HUEY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY O1uuu u PUBLIC SALE Horses and Livery Outfit Thursday March 7 07At my livery stable in Junction City Sale begins promptly at i30 A rt Tho livery outfit consists of 15 head of strictly good horses which have been well cared for and each good horse will be sold on a positive guarantee eight buggies and runabouts stanhope two surreys two drummer wagons two 2horso wagons two spring yagons mowing machine hay rake one Ross cutting box new ono Bello City cutting box No Gono 4horec over head Taylor power and many single and double sets of harness rind wagon gear stuck of shoat oats in front of W K Grubbs residence on Tribblo limn one hull safe 1700 pounds rugs and everything used in a livery sta ble will be included in thd sale BIG HORSE A MULE SALE At same time and place a Combination Horse and Mule Sale will take place und over 75 head will bo ofl red including Work Mules Buggy liars es extra good Saddle Horses teams suitable for Omnibus drays or any kind of heavy hauling All these animals will bo sold to the highest bidder without reserve mid any person desiring a serviceable horse or mule can bo suited at this sale Most of these horses are well broke to steam Dunn tC English Auctioneers The Indies of tho Baptist church will servo dinner at tho Mnccabce Hall 5 W Burke IKyVulcan Chilled Plows The Best Plow Made l ao1s Now is the time to get Plows and Plow Gear for Spring Plowing E T PENCESTANFORD KENTUCKY F Ja 4dAa q f i1w awKj I ILLThe Interior Journal Entered in the PotlOJficeal Stanford at tiumdclu maliPDBLIHKED TUBBIJAYH AND FltlDMCS AT 500 PER YEAR CASH IPWhen not so paid ItOO wilt be charge d 5 Olympian Sprin sWater j You urn urged to try Olympian AVuter for Itliuumututn NunOllllll hull- l8ltlon tiaColtstlludluo1Ltter Kltlnoy nn- madder better Ask those who Olympian hlle u Sjrtti jar loitoltltrolhu iouvllle For Sale Privately 4rMyhouse and 10 acres of land situated of town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and sere yats room good cellar stable and aU outbuildings Water hydrant In ttt rtMdOMforitOCkjPBMMCY Poultry And Eggs Wanted duty highest mnrkt price for Tur keys Km nml nil other x ultry rabbits Will founU constantly nyomceonfancneter141 JIttluokloch manager A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Buil- dingINSURANCE lire Lightning WlndAtor1Jto an Aecloent Nono and BERT Companies Ilepretentvd lowest 1os Paying ItoowithseCTdjUnequulIed Toll MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 Two Farms For Sale 1 wish to sell pilvntely my form of 1111 miles West of Lancaster on the Ixsxs hitti Also nn unimproved farm of 100 acres tying mldwny between Lancaster nnd Lox loiton pikes Good outlet Wet snood Terms reutonnble TIHEUtUNU Uarksbury Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Peed and Sale Stable r Depot Street STANTOKD KT I Special Attention liven Poinmercliil Men pigs nt IlcuBOunhle Itnte Stock Pone In Connection e liVE ME YOUR ORDER I CA PLEASE YOU bu readynmdeciothingwhentha- Msopttludfneronceln ro tho price o sade suits und n suit mnUe to your mensure taken by an experienced tailor I have n andsonw line of Hprlng it Hummer nood I can take from u low price business suit to the flnestdress suit Overcoats TrousI Sri and Fanny Vests The rot pmty rep Tetant Is second to none TailorNJflMES Me PHILLIPS STANFORD KY INpulldlnjr kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build ders Hardware Paints Oils Etc I Manufacture concrete blocks for build ing purposes and do all kinds of con wets work Prices on application e 1Xt eaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesaSaddlery Ac a STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 17 Home Phone 39 J L Beazley Co 1tr8TheyL dy TSMteCall Prices Right I 11STANFO D KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE42 stock hogs Land Buchanan Stanford Ky R B Wilkinson bought of J W Rout Jr a hog at Glc and of Lutes Co one nt Cc Squire Taylor of Pcrryviile sold to John Patterson of Mercer his farm near Perryville of 160 acres for 6000 W B Burton of Lancaster sold carloadof mules and horses to J Wiggins of North Carolina at 150 to 250 D F Frazee of Lexington sold to local dealer 75000 pounds of tobacco 60000 pounds brought 12 and 15000 pounds American Wire Fence and all kinds of farming implements lime cement plastering etc for sale Hunn Coffey Moreland Ky ILOST February county court day at stock n red steer weight 5SO pounds Please notify J M Bruce if any one has him M E Burton Fine Jersey cow with young heifer calf for sale Also some nice half Berk shire and half Poland China pigs about five months old at 10 as long as they last T A Bradley Danville weepIleaving a motherless I want to get a mare that has lost a colt from someone and will take good care and will pay for her keep T L Carpenter Hustonville Ky At F Reid Gos horse sales at Danville H P Hawkins of Lincoln bought Gifford by Highland Dare for 250 Eubanks Bros got a bay mare by Dorsey Golddust for 15250 The sale was a success 125 business horses going at 100 to 500 J B Haggin has added 600 acre adt 85 now owns largest tract of land held since colonial times by one man in the Bluegrass region The El mendorf estate comprises about 10000 acres which has cost Mr Haggin an average of over 100 Buy your fertilizer field and bras seed from me and save freight Writ for sample and prices on what yo need James D Shelby Junction City Ky I carry in stock flour bolted meal bran shipstun lime salt co ment brick stock food poultry food pearl grit oyster shell linseed meal cotton seed meal A large crowd was in bit Sterling attending the regular monthly market and there were 700 cattle in the pens Prices were very high and an advance of a quarter to a half cent a pound over last court Quality was media and sales brisk Best looopound brought 4c yearling lie to 460c heifers 3Jc to 3Jc cows 3c to 3Jc bulls and rough oxen 2c to 3c IKINGSVILLE Much sickness in this community There were services at the Christian church Wednesday evening by Johnson of Sweeden The church has no regular pastor this year F S Gooch and Miss Esther Gooch Waynesburg were here Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Carey attended her brothers wedding reception at Mt Olive Miss Bertha Thompson gave a valentine party on the evening of the 14th Mr and Mrs Amos Beatty of North Dakota have returned home after a visit to their nephew John McKee Mr and Mrs Kearns and children of Som erect are visiting Mrs Annie Sims Miss Ella Leach is with her sister Mrs James McCarty at Stanford Mrs Parsons of Stanford was the guest of her daughter Mrs John M Walls J Ed Boland was here most of last week in the interest of the Green brier Pole Co Mr Bronson of Bowen was C M Goochs substitute at tho tower during Mr Jennings absence in Chattanooga L M Reid of Huston ville was here last week Jesse Walter of Stanford was hero Tuesday Charles Dawes of Ewell was hero Tuesday Mr Bollander the lumber man was here this week Mr and Mrs Burke have given three good shows at Thompsons hall this week to crowded house each night Hunting for Trouble Ive lived In California 20 years and am still hunting for trouble in the way of burns sores wounds bolls cuts sprains or a case of poles that Buck lons Arnica Salvo wont quickly auto writes Charles Walters of Al leghnny Sierra county No use hunting Mr Walters It cures every case Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store 25e Does your wife ever scold you n queried the bachelor friend Sometimes answered the exbach elor But before she gets very far she begins to admire her flow of Ian guage nnd soon jollies herself into a good humor IThe editor of the Memphis Tenn n Times writesIIIn my opinion Fo loys Honey and Tar is tho best reme for coughs colds and lung trouble rlIcWes marcollousllow package Pennys Dcug Store r Notice to Contractors Notice is Hereby Given That the Fiscal Court of Lincoln County Will on Monday March 4 1907 grayL11 All bids for furnishing hauling breaking nod spreading hone and gJ1wl nnd for ditching must bo sealed mud filed with the County Court Clerk he fore 10 oclock iJ1 March 4 1007 and no bids will be received after eaid time Contracts will bo let to the lowest and best bidder and Contractors are required to give bond with surety to IK approved by tho Court for the faithful pcrforuance of their contracts and for all penalties and damages for failure to so perform their contracts The amount of stone or gravel to ho placed on etch Section is as follows Stanford it Danville Section 1 from Stanford to Hawkins Hranch 20 rods stone Same Section 2 from Hawkins Bruiioh to lloylo lino 20 rods stone mud 2U rods gravel Hush Branch pike Section 1 from Stanford ft Lancas tor piko to Ihlsh Brunch 35 rods stone Same Section 2 from Hush Brunch to Ilnbblo 10 redo atone Danville it Lancaster pikowholo road 15 rods stone Stanford it KnOb Lick Section from Stanford it Hustonvillo pike to lIunging Fork Creek 20 rods stout Snmu Section 2 from Hanging Fork Creek to Danvlllo it Hustonville pike 10 rods gravel Lincoln it Boyle piko whole told lOds gravel Stan ford it Milledgoville pike Section 1 from Stanfbrd it JIuttonvillc piko tot McCornmcks church 20 rOils stone Same Section 2 from McCormacks church to Millcdgovillo f rolls gravel Crab Orchard it ChappclFs Gup pike whole road 76 rods gravel Stanford it Prcachersville piko Section 1 from Stanfgrd it Grab Orchard to Wilkcrsoua Branch 25 rods stoneISame Section 2 from Wilkorsona Itaiuch to Crab Orchanl it Lancaster pile 25 rode stone Crab Orchard it Lancaster piko Section 1 from Crab Oiolinrd to G W gravels toyIISumo Section 2 from II D Baughmnns gate to By waters gate 20 rods stone Same Section 3 from Bywatcrs gate to Crab Orchard 20 rods stone pileue Same froth G Lens to Booties blacksmith shop Section 2 25 rods gravel Same Section 3 from Boones shop to Ottenhoim 30 rOils gravel Stan tord nix River Garrard County it White Oak piko Scctiqn 1 from Row lund to Haydens Switch 10 role gravel Same Section 2 from Haydens Switch to W H Trayloro lane beyond still 30 rods stone Same Section 2 from Traylora lane to Garranl county line 12 rods gravel Stanfonl it Waynesburg pike Section 1 from Stanford to Ottenheim piko 20 rods stone mSame Section 2 front Ottcuhcim pike to lhi wool county road at ioot of halls Gnp 15 rods stone j Same Section n from May wood county rend at foot of Halls Gnp to J II Carters store 10 rods stone Sumo Section 4 from Carters store to Hutchisons schoolhouse Irods stone Sonic Section 5 from Hutchisons tchooMiouse to Butts store 12 rOIl stone nSumo Section 0 from Butts store to Kingsvillc piko 1C tale stone Same Section 7 from Kingaville pike to Geo Games 15 rods steno Same Section 8 from George Gained to G W Cliffs 25 rods stone Same Section 0 from G W Clips to Waynesbnrg 10 roils grovel Kingsville it Pleasant Point pike Section lam Stanford it Wnyncsburg pike to county road leading to Casey county 20 rods gravel Same Section 2 Casey county dirt road to Kingaville 20 rolls gmeloKinney it South Fork pike whole road 25 rods gravel Hustonville it Gofleys Mill pike Section 1 from Hustonvillo to Win Carsons 15 rods stone Some Section 2 from Win Carsons to Mt Salem 30 roils tone llustonvillc it Brodfordsvillo pike whole road 25 rods grovel HustonvHIe it Carpenters Creek pike whole road J50 rods stone and 50 rods gravel Danville it Hustonville pike Section 1 from IIiiBtouvllIc to Black pike 50 rods stone Same Section 2 from Black pike to Boyle county line 20 rods stone nod 10 rods gravel Carpenters Station it Morchind pike whole road 25 rolls gravel Turnersvillo it McKinney whole mud 35 rods gravel McKinney it Turnenvillc from John Murphys to MuKinnoy 30 rods uf gravel Green River gravel Stanfonl it Hiutqjivillo piko Section from Stanford to Tnrnersville 40 rods stone Santo Section 2 from urncrsville to Unstnnvillo Si rods stone Turnersville it McCormacks church pike Section from Turncrsville to Sam Helms 10 rods gravel Same Section 2 from Sam Helms to C Bishops 10 rods gravel Same Section 3 from C Bishops to Knob Lick pike 5 rods gravel Stanford it Lancaster pike Section 1 from Stanford to Logons lane 10 rods stone Same Section 2 from Logans lane to Garinnl county linG 10 rods stone McKinney Coffeys Mill pike Section 1 from South Fork pike to old tollgate 30 rods stone Same Section 2 from old tollgate to Fair IIOUKO 40 rods atoneISame Section 3 Fair house to Mt Salem 40 rods stole Sumo Section 4 from Mt Salem to Casey county lino 40 rods gravel Hnstonville it McKinney pike whole road 6 rods gravel 1IGuarantee Companies accepted on bonds A rod of stone or gravel consiste of 225 cubic feet Hand broken stone must be ffimurgin of road or section by Sopt 15th All gravel must be spread before Oct lithT All metal is to be measured by the CdiJrjPI representative who may desig litAllHard Limo Stone or Quartz and linto pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter Tho gravel must jc7plenri and flinty free iron dirt fwd sand and that furnished on Me Kinney ivfCollcys Mill turnpike and Turnersvillc it McKinney turnpike and n John Murphys to McKinney MUST BE FROM QUEEN KIV IIi The Court or its representative play reject any material not of proper size qualityBidders say in their bids whether stone will bo broken by hand or crushed The wagons uscdjin hauling metal from crusher shall bo measured by the Courts representative before beginning work and shall bo filled full in the middle No metal shall bo spread unless the Courts representative is present The Court reserves tho right to reject any and all bids Blank forms on which bids may be made can be procured from the County Court Clerk Copies of bonds required may be obtained rtt the County Court Clerks office m j EATER LOUISVILUE f01 0ONEFAREFORRDUNDIRIPBYRAILORRIVER I IMAR I83O1 J cREATORE joVfernraenbExhibibjr agdoljerGreatpfilraelion i ftROOSEVELTWILL PRESIDENT I BUTTON TOUCH THE INDUSTRY INDENTION r W E ANDHIS BAND I 2YIILETS YOUQ SEE IT ALL t Lt AIZTAI- a l1TE RAT U fE FIELD SEEDS Only The Best I Perkins t Crab Orchard Kentucky I alit 1 GAR LOADr Pittsburg Electric Weld Farm andIPoultry Fence at I W H HI G GINS + Nothing better A guarantee againstIj any defect in the fence Try it Something new in PaulAtry FenceI aIDITCHESIThe bids for ditching must lc on each section will persons other than the makehil9lutist1owise ordered by the Court representative beforeBlank forms nnd bonds can be laud tit County Court Clerks office Tho Court reserves tho right to reject any und all bids J G B COOPERtClerk Lincoln County Court z