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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r P u p I t THE INTERIOR JOURNALr VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 20 1907 NO 98IPREACHERSVILLE Horn to the wife of D M Anderion a fino boy Josiah Your Mlddlokurff correspondent de- scriptIon of the scarcity of news there flU tho oltuntion hero exactly John Uichardson tells us that H Mill er who is well end favorably known here has a hen 22 years old which la hnlo and hearty but line lung ainc ceased to lay E R Holtzclnw has bought some JIMII Drown at 340 aa101atMaster Henry Lunsford has proven himself to be as bravo ua a SpartunI warrior Seine time ago I father was out Wo t a mad dog got un der tho Lunsford house Henry secured n shot gun and won put tho canine out of tho way Misses Nora and Violet Smith gave a nice party to n few friends All pros ent say they had n fine time B F Thompson nud family who have born spending the winter under the parental roof have returned to their homo in tho country Tho recent charivaris to soy tho most were very tame affaire Hardly enough noise was made to stop a July swarm of boos It must havo been rubber tlred or frost bitten tho reason tho nolso did not materialize Still the merry makers chuckle and promise something better John Colson of this place drovo over to Manso on tho 7th and was united in matrimony with Miss Maggie Heater daughter of Zackary Hester The ceremony was performed by tho Presbyterian minister of Manse at the church after which tho happy couple drovo to l the grooms homo here whore a nice wedding supper awaited them Their reception was well attended and after many pkasant games were played the guests took their departure The groom is tho youngest son of David Cobon nnd for Ming a fine fellow is hard to beat while his bride is as popular as sho is pretty We hope their lives will belong and happy Mm J H Thompson is illof grip Mice Fannie Sutton Is recovering from chills Miss Miranda McKenzie of Maywood has been visiting her aunt Mrs J M Cress Mrs J M Icttus and Miss Jcnnlo Newland of Stanford visited Mrs Rebecca Icttus Mason Holtzclaw of Rockcastle is with his mother Mrs Louisa Holtzclaw Sam Ramsey and wife were at John Naylor Miss Katie Holtzclaw Is with her sister Mrs D M Anderson Mr and Mrs Haydcn Lcavcl of Garrard visited at J M Cross Mrs Nancy Morgan has returned from a protracted visit to her slater Mrs J Kirby at Lewd Mr J C King of Norman Okla Is the guest of W P White While hero ho r will visit relatives in the Goshen neigh borhood Miss Roxlo Jennings of Rowland was the guest of Miss Katie Payne THE BLIND GODDESS i Oh Evelyn INesbit Thaw Jaw and jaw While they rant f And saw tile air Tho Jury sees That you are fair t Tho lawyers may Unfold tho case onlyIThe witnesses Stand up and swear I Tho jurors see t Your fluffy hair I Tho judge may scowl And snort and frown + Tho jury only Sees your gown That clasps your youthful r Figure slim Thaw elta there but j They dont see him You are tho wholo- Entrancing show Andas hos yours Theyll lot him go Judd Mortimer Lewis Old man lIagginevidently wants to own Kayctto county before he goes to tho sweet subsequently Ho has just added more acres to Elmendorf making about 10000 acres now owned by him in tho heart of tho best of tho blue grass It cost him an average of 100 an acre nnd with the 300000 mansion and other ex tensive Improvements tho famous farm stands him at nearly 2000000 Tho estate Isa mag nificent ono and is tidily visited by pen plo who como from all parts of thoI world Frankfort Journal Foleys Honoyi and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs nn l expels tho I cold from tho system as It Is mildly laxative It Is guaranteed The gen uine Is in tho yellow package Pen nys Drug Store iT Here and There Lewis county went dry by over 1000 Webster county will vote on local op flan April 22 Two Negroes were killed by a blast j In a tunnel near Morchoad Miss Fannie Jett sister of Curtis Jott is dead at Lexington John E Smith one of Washington deadtMlis James Fnnlcy and sons Thomas and Patrick Fanley all living In Ohio died the same day Mrs Guy Lyon whoso husband wa girlnwas innocent 1Three members of a family at Eliza both W Vu were killed by drinkdn wood alcohol by mistake for medicine Ton persons have bson rescued from the wreck of the steamer Hurlln at Hook of Holland and three women and a child still remain on the vessel The belief is general in New York that District Attorney Jerome intends to ask for the appointment of a lunacy communion to investigate tho sanity of Harry K Thaw The effect of the increase in price of crudu oil has already had an effect on tho operations In Kentucky and re rowed activity in untried field is expected as soon as spring opTma W J Goodwin was knocked into a creek by the body of a steer whicji had been struck by a fast freight train and drowned near Ferndale in Boll county Ho was widely known- A professor of astronomy at tho Mt Vesuvius Observatory announces that ho has discovered a new comet whose tall he declares will contact with the earth some time next month and in all probability destroy this planet At n meeting of the Commercial Club of Middlcaboro the building of a Government road from Middles bo ro to Cum berland Gap through the historic Cum berland Gap was discussed and plans for securing tho road were made Barry Thaw had a conference with two of his lawyers due it is said to reports which had reached him to the effect that District Attorney Jerome would halt tho trial and ask that a commission in lunacy bo appointedI The family of Luke Stafford of Franklin county had a narrow escape from burning to death In their home the roof falling in before they even knew there was a fire Stafford lost his crop of tobacco on which tho in surance hac expired Mrs Lee Stribling was fatally wound did with a shotgun at Shannon 12 miles south of Maysville Tho weapon was in the hands of Bud Morgan who was trying to shoot Mrs Striblinga husband who was with her Stribling hail previously shot at Morgan it is statedAfter a procession about Havana ac companied by bands of music a big body of Cubans wound up before tho palace and after cheering Provisional Governor Magoon presented a petition asking that tho prohibition of cock fights inaugurated by former Gov Wood be done away with A case which gives promise of development of some sensational features will come up in New York Thursday when Mrs Lotta Wallou will be form ally arraigned for a hearing on a charge of having murdered her mother Mrs Ida hinge by administering mercury in champagne while Mrs Hinge was desperately ill Mrs Wallou is now at liberty under 00000 bail Rising From the Grave A prominent manufacturer Win A Iortwoll of Lucainu N C relates a most remarkable experience Ho says After taking less than threo bottles of Electric Hitters treel llko one ris dug from the grave My trouble is lirights disease In time Diabetes stage I fully Iraliovo Electric Hitters will cure mo permanently for it has already stopped the liver and bladder complications which have troubled mo for years It Guaranteed at Penny Drug Store Price only 50c William Jennings Bryan takes the position in a magazine article that no further amendment to tho Constitution Is needed In order to reach tho trusts but Insists that their power can be curbed by stopping them from using the mulls and interstate railroads A Valuable LessoncSix years ago I learned a valuable lesson writes John Pleasant of Magnolia lOll I then begun tak lug Dr Kings Now Life Pills nd tho longer I take thorn tho Jotter I find them They please everybody Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store 250 Tho energy displayed in digging up he facts about the Brownsville affair would have excavated about onehalf of the Panama canal Bryans Com moner Tho House appropriated 10000 for a memorial shaft to be erected at AbraharpLincoln t NEWS NOTES George Dallas Move Confederate veteran gait newspaper writer was found dead on the roadside near Car rollton Mrs Flora McDonald wife of a mill lonaire politician of Chicago shot und killed Webster Ih Guorin an art deal cr In his office The Tennessee Supremo court has de tided that Nashville must pay its lf 000000 subscription to the Tennessee Central railroads The examining trial of Mrs Mike Me Donald charged with the killing of W S Guerin In Chicago has been post oned to March 5 Washington birthday celebrations were held at tho American Embassies in London Berlin Home Vienna and other foreign capitals Mrs Peter Zabrowski wife of n minor living near Mlddlcsboro gave birth to live children throe girls and two boys all of whom are living J D Platz traveling freight and pas senger agent of the Gould lines died suddenly in the City of Mexico Iii homo was originally in South Bent Ind A Michigan Central passenger train collided with on ice train a short djs tanco west of Opxilanti Mich1 Four trainmen were killed and two injured Kaisuli the bandit is said to be plot ting with the pretender to the throne of Morocco with the object of making a joint attack on the forces of tho Sul tan George R Losoy New Jersey agent of tho Fidelity and Casualty Company of New York committed suicide at Newark No cause for his act is knownAn train jumped from a COfoot embankment near Washington Mills la One passenger was killed and two others were probably fatally injured But one survivor out of n passenger list of 141 remains to tell tho tale of tho wreck of tho Channel steamer Ber lin which foundered in a terrific gale off Hook of Holland Archbishop ireland in a speech at St Paul Minn maintained that large combinations of capital in the industrial world were a necessity to tho development of the countrys resources Four men were rendered ill one probably fatally so by tasting whisky sent to Andltorclect George W Edwards at Spencer Ind by an unknown person Strychnine was found to be in the liquorNo matter what may be the outcome of the trial of Harry Thaw it is stated his wife will get 300000 from tho Thaw family for standing by him and laying bare her own past In an effort toI save her husband from the electric chairGen William Booth head of the Sal vation Army will sail from London for tho United States this week It will be tho last trip of the kind ho will ever make Ho will return to England in June when ho will have entered his 80th year Engineer Joseph Purcell was probably fatally Jnjured when tho locomotive attached to the ShelbyvilleChris accommodation train on the Itianburg jumped thj track and over turned near Christianburg Purcell was pinned under the engine for some timeClint B Leigh a wellknown news paper man of Salt Lake was killed Representative Seth Taft of Wayne county Utah was fatally injured and has since died and Speaker Harry Jo sephs was slightly hurt in a collision on the Copper Belt railway at tho min- Ing camp of Bingham Utah At Henderson tho case of Noel Gaines against Percy Hilly and tho Postal Telegraph Company In which Gaines asks 25000 for an alleged libelous telegram was called in tho Henderson Circuit Court but continued because of an amended answer which tho defendants insisted upon filling nationCuredChronic tons One who suitors from chronic coast patIon Is in danger of many serious ailments Orino Laxative Fruit SY1j up euros chronlo constipation as It aids digestion and stimulates tho liver and bowels restoring tho natural ac lion of those organs Commence tuk lug it today and you will tool better at once Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and Is very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug StoroITho highlicense bill was killed In thQI Indiana House by a vote of 01 to 47 A movement for the taking away of all saloon licenses in the State was inaugu rated by the presentation of a resolution calling for a vote by tho people nest fall on an amendment of tho Con titutlon to that effectsThe Democratic Committee of tho First Railroad Commission district has been called to meet in Henderson on March 2 to arrange for tho nomination of a Democratic candidate HUSTONVILLE Miss Mary Claxton of Louisville IsI tho guest of Miss Edna Camaltz Mrs John Dinwiddie has returned from a visit to her daughters In Louis ville Robert Shaw wellknown in Huston ville where ho frequently visited is dead in Louisville aged 32 Rev S B Landers subject next Sunday morning will be Blessings of Israels God Evening Where Bro tho Nine Tho infant daughter of Frank True died Saturday morning utter a brief ill ness of membraneous croup and was buried Sunday James bL Hall will leave March lit h for Fre port to accept a positionI In the office of the master mechanic of the Illinois Central road Miss Lizzie Phillips of Liberty was tho guest of her aunt Mrs Wm My ers Miss Mary D Kennedy of Stan ford Was with friends here Misses Cora and Edna Lipps and Mrs Charles Wheeler were in Cincinnati last- week Miss Sadie Baughman has entered the Normal School at Richmond A J Weddle of Mercer county has bought the farm recently sold by Em mett McCormack to Mr Coffey at 75 Mr Wcddlo gets possession in time for early seeding Plougho Shepherds Jolly Enter tamers will be at Alcorns Opera House Wednesday evening This company is deluged with high compliments from the press wherever they havo been and their program is both refined and uptodateFoxes getting so numerous in this vicinity that measures will have to be provided to destroy them Chickens pigs and lambs seem to be Reynards favorite lunch of late and considering- the prices of their menu it is most too expensive for our farmers to bear Levi Kelly caught one of the large red species in a sheep trap last week The entertainment by the Graded School Friday evening was attended by a large audience It required two hours to complete the program The character of Mother Goose by Roberta Blain the Doctor by Sam Hill and Columbia It by Mary Murphy deserve especial mention Prof McVey and his assistants deserve much credit for the successful rendition of such a pro gram prepared as it was in so short a timeA petition to the postmaster general asking the continuance of the star route between Stanford and McKinney will be forwarded to lions Harvey Helm and James B McCreary The petition sets forth tho fact that with this route mail sent out from the coun ty seat will reach its West End destination the same day and without it the mail is indefinitely delayed The peti tion will be signed by tho following postmasters representing the patrons of their respective offices J A Blain HusUmville 1550 patrons Mrs Belle Gooch McKinney 1210 patrons Mrs N McCarty Mt Salem 177 patrons M J Minks Morcjand 626 patrons Riley Vaught Milledgeville 107 pa trons J R Harris Turncrsvillc OS patrons Total 3768 We hope to get a favorable report on the matter Neighbors Got Fooled I was literally coughing myself to death and had become too weak to leave my bed and neighbors predict ed that I would never leave it allvo hut they got fooled for thapks bo to- Go I was induced to try Dr Kings New Discovery It took just four 81 bottles to completely cure the cough and rostoromo to good sound health writes Mrs Eva Uncapher of Grover town Stark county Ind This King of cough and cold cures and healer of throat arid lungs Is guaranteed by Pennys DrugiStoro flOe and 81 Trial bottle free Senator McCrcary has given notice of an amendment which ho intends to propose to the Deficiency Bill appropriating 40000 to reimburse Confederates for horses saddles nnd bridles taken from them in violation of tho terms of surrender The Senators amendment also extends the time for filing such claims one year This May Interest You No ono Is immune from kidney trou ble so just remember that Foleys Kidney Curo will stop the Irregular ics and cure any case of kidnoy and bladder trouble that is not beyond tho of medicine Pennys Drug- Store Angry Subscriber rushing Into o- ffceI want yew tew stop sendin me- yer darn old rag as quick as ever yew kin My suscriptions got six months an two weeks yet tew run so send yer scurrlous sheet tow some loonytic nay lum fer thet time Samuel T Hickman formerly assls xIbank ismI IM GlADIBOUGHT H THESE SHOESis what everyone says about All America 350m LOO Shoes 1 nobbiest most skilled workmen for the modest price we ask for i the shoe has every reason to be glad Isnt this the shoe for you FOR SALE BY SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KYii HUGH MURRAY Exclusive Designs in Silverware t 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 f i V ettr sagas tJ J The Jeweler DANVILLE KY Right Goods and Right Prices at i Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky Dealer in Hardware Stoves Tin II ware Groceries Field Seeds Etc Complete StockiMain Street STANFORD KY The Lincoln County t National Bank of Stanford Ky HAS A Capital of 5000000 Surplus and Undi vided Profits 2500000 Individual Deposits 24000000 Available for Useoffits Patrons 31500000 L First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Intlltutlon was eitabltihed ai the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1BS8 then reorganized ai the National Bank of In and again reorganlied ai tbo first National BaiU of Stanford In 1883 having bad practically an unlnter rnpte5 exlstence for 43 years It It better supplied now with facllttler for tranac Ing business promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries sad Cer p ratIons Solicited Officers r 1 o HOOKER- PreT ti tutus V Ire J J McKOBEHTS Ohr W U WKAUKNAnt Oan Directors V Reid Danrllle T Harris Stanford J Docker Stanford K L Tanner McIlnn M D Klmore Stanford StanfordTJI Rubluson Uubble tltaafordJaE Tate Stanford r y t f t The Interior Journal J E C WALTON M F NORTH- Ii a cnmlldnto for LIncoln theactiononnty uhllct to of tbo iKtmi Urttttoparty J T ROBERTS- II ncnmllilnto for In the uiitOrchard Magisterial District miuject lotion of thu democratic party Democratic Ticket For V S SenatorJ C W Heel hamFor Governor S W linger For Attorney General John 11 HendricksFor Superintendent of Schools M 0 Winfrey t For Commissioner of lgllculturc- J W Newman For Lieutenant GovernorSoiltti- Trimble For Auditor II M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert t Vreeland For Treasurer Ruby LalToon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault SPEAKING In defense Sena tor Smoot condemned polygamy in the strongest terms declared polygamy docs not now exist in Utah and insist ed that he had never taken an oath as an apostle in the church which would in any way prevent him from discharging the duties of Senator and citizen with the utmost fidelity He himself had never had but ono wife and would not think of giving his personal or official sanction to any other arrangement in the case of other members of the Mormon church If all this is true why all this trouble over Smoot taking his seat He is according to his own statement better than the best of them PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT is usually a courageous man and generally does what ha decides to do but he has been bluffed from appointing a Negro to a fat office in Ohio Threats from the republicans that they would beat his soninlaw for Congress and other point ed remonstrances caused the original determination to beat Foraker at his own game to be abandoned Tho pres lent can still take his spite out on the r South IT is a pity that the tender hearted daughter who killed her motherin New York to end her misery as she claims will have to answer before a jury and the terrible Jerome for murder So considerate and loving a daughter not have to suffer a judicial scrutiny o her act A sick and suffering mother should be put out of the way when she gets to be too much trouble for the one she bore and who owes her everything THIS office is in receipt of the 27tl ainual report of the State Railroad Commission which shows that it had a busy year and accomplished much god for the shippers There are 3446 miles of railroads in Kentucky aid the various corporations centroll ing them are usually the subject of many complaints giving the commis sion all it can do to see after them THE bill to prohibit tho sale and manufacture of intoxicating liquors in the District of Columbia has been put to sleep although 1000 white ribbons invaded the capitol and beseeched the law makers in person to pass It It was asking too much any way of them since railway passes are non est It would cost too much to go to Baltimore to get a drink TUB dispensary system in South Carolina has been abolished after proving a very lamentable failure as a promoter of temperance and the curtailment of the liquor evil It is another proof of the impracticability of government control ABOUT April 1 Mr Oscar L Moore an experienced newspaper man will join Editor F J Campbell in the manage ment of the Somerset Journal- POLITICAL D 0 Groff of the Jessamine News has announced his candidacy for the LegislatureAt M C Swinford a wellknown lawyer announced his can didacy for tho Legislature The Senate leaders have agreed that in the future no lump sum appropri ations will bo made for any executive departmentGov of Tennessee has signed the Independent Telephone franchise Bill and the bill abolishing Columbias charter Tho Wisconsin Legislature has adopted a resolution asking President Roosevelt to call a special session of Con gress to revise the tariff The bill fixing railroad passenger fares at two cents a mile within the State of Indiana was passed by the House with practically no opposition President Roosevelt left Washington for a trip to New England to visit his two sons one of whom Is at Harvard and tha other at school at Groton Mass The Democrats of Chicago In conven jtlon renominated Edward F Dunne for Mayor Carter Harrison did not allow his name to gt before the convention j Another Missouri legislator developed a case of smallpox at the Jefferson City and the State Board of Health ordered tho legislative chamberclosedpnd fumi gatedJudge James M Sebastion who mad e the race for Congress on tho rcpubl can ticket some 20 years ago against Hon James B McCreary is dead Booncville t The mileage allowance of members f Congress came up for discussion in the House and Mr Gaines of Tennessee asserted that if tho amount was not limited he would refuse to accept moro than his actual traveling expenses The largest item of increase In the Postoffice Appropriation Bill is that advancing tho pay of rural carriers to 900 The House provision Increasing tho salaries of clerks and carriers ii postoffices of all grades is continued 8tate1mentvcstigating Committee wept as he toll of the alleged persecutions of his polit ical enemies Undeclared the Investi gation was the result of a political con spiracy for which William II Hearst was responsible Tho democratic committee of the Third Senatorial district met at Eddy villo and called off tho convention of March 2 and nominated Hon W Conn Linn of Murray for State Senator to succeed himself Tho district is composed of Calloway Livingston Lyon and Trigg counties Under a rule reported by Mr Dal zell of Pennsylvania tho House amend ed its substitute for tho La FolletU Sixteen hour Railroad Employes Dill in several important particulars and the opinion was freely expressed that the measure is now considerably stengthened and will bo satisfactory to the President IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Kelon Slagle aged 75 is dead WayneC InI McCreary was given two years for forgery by a Whitley county jury The Middlesboro Ball Park Company was organized with a capital stock of 500L M Reid sold to C E Tate 10 yearling steers averaging 650 pounds at 4Jc Floyd little son of Thomas Shelton of Danville lost an eye while at play the other day Jim Taylor Deputy Sheriff shot and instantly killed Roy Feathergill an employe of the Southern Lumber Com pany at Valley View R E McRoberts bought of Judge R A Bumside his dwelling on Danville avenue Lancaster for 3050 Judge LoufA Richmond jury before which a charge of vagrancy was being tried recommended the release of the pris oner after she had been made to take a good bath and put on clean clothes While Mrs Ned Blythe was sweeping near a fire plate at her home in Madi son county her clothes became ignited and before her husband could reach her she was so badly burned that she died in a few hours Gov Deneen of Illinois has honored the requisition of the Governor of Ken tucky by issuing his Warrant for there turn to Richmond Ky of Steve Tur ner who is wanted there for shooting William Finley on February 14 1906 with intent to murder him The Louisville Nashville is prepar ing to establish a gasoline boat line to ply on the Cumberland river from Bar bourville to locations along the Pine Mountain railroad the new L N line being built through Dell and Whitley counties Tho boats will move building material from Barbourville w tho points desired and the construc tion of the road will be facilitated by this method as the mountain highways are almost impassable At Lawrenceburg fire of unknown origin destroyed the Lawrenceburg Hotel together with the saloon of S R Howser located in the building which was a twostory frame structure opposite the Southern railway depot The loss was 20500 insured for about half that amount The individual losses were C E Bond owner of the building 10000 covered by insurance C Klosterman who conducted the hotel 4500 with insurance of 2000 and- S R Howser saloon keeper 6000 sured for 3000 MATRIMONIAL Henry Prewitt and Miss Ellen Green eloped from Perryville to Jellico and were made one Ben Howard son of Berry Howard and Miss Roxy Lafover both of the East End wero married on the 24th Mr and Mrs T V Ferrell announce the approaching marriago of the daughter Miss Flonnie May to Dr McGar vey E Tate at tho Christian Church Somerset March 26 A Michigan couple divorced 32 years ago since which time both had married and raised families have just been reunited the deaths of their life partners having made it possible- A J Earp formerly of this place ufnow Winchesters leading photog rapher was married Thursday to Miss Anna Nunnelley a handsome and popular woman of Clark countys capital The bride is a niece of Messrs L and P P Nunnelley of this place I k H Eld J G Livingston of tho East End writes On Wednesday night about 11 oclock Oliver Smith and Miss Bessie Spangler rapped at my door and asked that I get up and marry them I soon tied the knot and they went or their way rejoicing They took the morning train for Illinois Mr Smith is a son of our Gilberts Creek merchant and is a fino young man Ills bride Is a daughter of G W Spangler and Is both beautiful and accomplished They were accompanied by Thomas Mont gomcry and Miss Lidu Roberts nTo LOAN3ooo or 4000 for five or six years at 6 per cent This olllcc pmu Farm for Sale or Rent IUot farm nf 210 noreii Hour Turncmllle sate ornut Nice new rvsUionctiindiil rcptdrrirtosbinKyorcalluuIlloweronthuplneaSEW BUSSE ft CLABSSON Frtrt UNCTION CITY KY rtutU1aTuronute at U mon be Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Orals and iiay For Ba- leBISMARCK i OttflrohlIIIu pounds good tylu bone unit notion nn oxoullont breeder his color wing n rich ydendldntnnn111111110 the enon nt my place at uo- tn insun n colt I will aIm tend the young Jack ABRAN 3RD nt HM to Insure u colt Hi win drat bv JRckAlmlllatonmguMnnmwthRon money More trailed or bnxl to other muckensoqmoney ndloMouthCore taken to prevent nicldiiitn but not spomlblo fthouJd any occur AHOLK HKItTKLinteiilii lm Ky ReducedRates VIA Queen Crescent ROUTE on the first and third Tuesdays of each month to many points South Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale goat returning till May 31 For particulars write H C KING C P T A Lexington Ky DE JTC jETS DEI IMMERS NOTICE I I have pu liens fur ado both pun bred ntul mixed stunk rrlccaio suit Am now Ixioktngortleri for tngt for hiitclilnu from lilY pant ul pun bred chicken Unit sod see theta or write your wnnt- Mi W I WIIITK Ireiichorivllle Kr Hiilrvlew Poultry Fund D J SMITH DHALEtl IN Conoral Merchandise and Country Produce CILBERTS CREEK KY NOTICE I e Wo want every porton that In mulcted anydonneIt4gnunrlartngtdiilreothm or your money will IK ru III iMiekage SW dace with n nil Ieml guiirintee Price SIIJJ for writ by WlllluitM Agent McKlunvy Ky NOTICEIlT MTNMKOlinung ntfor the Mftlna Jack mul wlre Htretelier for Lincoln aunt currant rountle Any one ntmlliiK ota cHiionlerof mat treiirhirilvlllH Ky It inniilon unto iitnto that I have kmmil iii unl fur ywiri stud that he Is thoroiiKhly r Hiiulble nnd truthful you itUiut the wonderful ma chine cull tie rullttl on K t WA1TUN VITAE ORE I Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Inln Killer dorm Iwtroyer I tense Itnu- Uher Ulood Vltallser Health lid HlniiRtli Uettorvr X IT Bogie ilnrkebury Kentucky Unitmi Agent t sUQnd a Pleasant i 11alt Hour looking ore the HENRY BOSCH COM PANY WALL PAPER umpfe at bur own boBM mlttlnc comfortably la tour uyehklrl You ran make a btterkctba that war than by rantaekinc th tare Yr M the whoU ltw th yen latt dcalcuib lorollMt tinta and rithot color feat tacludinc imported pattcrca ETcnrtKkxe good la will paptra U Ui BoackllaaIt tea ct the knrtNew priceWU1 Saapkr aay boor you nun Look them mr to your hrte coo eatnotch taut obllotJoo to but Iti bur war of adrcr 1LIog th tkch WU Papen House Painting And Craning Charlie Stewart Stanford Ky f k DE lvJS DE PILES Stock of above now complete Call and see them uxi GEORGE H FARRIS PUMPSttttlttiti All Kinds all prices any depth ROOFINGAll S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber W Br McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Tarnishes tiws PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded Season Remnants At Prices Which SbouldiI h Move ThenIlk i J Wrights wool fleeced underwear reduced from 10O to 75c a garment Cotton fleeced and ribbed from 50c to 35c a garment Boys union suits from 50 to 35c Boys urideri wearfrom 25c to 15c a garment Fleeced Dined gloves from 100 to 75c 50c Fined a gloves at 35c A few sizes Mens Fyi Gaps Worth 8200 to Close at SIOO Twobuckle 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 I t A few pairs of boys boots sizes 3 4 and 5 were 200 now 160 Some small sizes II to 13iat 125 These goods are in small lots and the price is exceedingly low laaalwt tftHSTANFORD KENTUCKY 1 No Better Cough Remedy is Made than Our Compound Syrup White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO I eRADC MAR K LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists llttldeenonofthis year wnreconmtondaccording to our tnoltnOne tlaolkrtfur ContedPittant Wo nr mln aRnut for the Original JrlmbyM jolilun Joyo HaW which U Oil n IrllllulntNIhl8 2SeAiPEnal Your House IIDont your house need a fresh coattof paint Spring is nearly here greatlytobest ReadyMixed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD I DRUG CO r I NEW GINGHAMS aw 715 Now Patterns in Ginghams lOc to Ufio per yard Djivcrica on Ginghams lire very slow but wo wore fortunate enough to got n large part of tho ones we bought r A spcqial value is n Xephyr Gingham nt 18c per yard Duality and pat ttrhB cry much like the 25o goods s I 11 trOllll Kv FIII O 1110 WK have Ju t received a big supp of Comic and leather Iost Cards Pen nys Drug Store PERSONALS x i MR J S OWSLHY Is in Louisville MB LuTiuiu UNDBHWOOO Is a grip luJrererOJfUMc J W ALCORN ville Sunday Mn it B Lull SIMS is at homo from Tuscumbla Ala JOB WOLK of Danville was thagucat of Grudy Tucker MRS JOE S UICB Is with her mother and etotur at Vivo City MRS W N CRAIG and children are l down from Mlddlo boro- JUDGB M C SAUFLKY has been quite wick with grip for several days MIL JEAN WARRKN HUTCHISON of j Danville Is with the Misses Warren Miss MARY MILLER of Richmond guest of Miss Dollio McRoborU 1the Thursday Afternoon Club will moot with the Misses Woods on tho 23th THE U D Ct will meet with Mrs T J Poster at 2 oclock this Tuesday afternoon DAVID F BucKofTravIsvilloTonn spent several days with his brother 5Mr J H Buck dispatch says that j A WASHINGTON Mlsa Mary Reid of Danville Is visiting Miss Amelia Yerkes in that city Miss MARY McUonniiTS who is tnkj ing voice culture at Caldwell College Danville spent several days at homoI 5 here Miss LULA CIIRISMAN has returned visit to friendspleasantfrom n very and relatives in Danville end Harrods burg c Mu MORRIS M PERKINS of Crab Orchard went to Cincinnati yesterday to buy goods for W E Perkins big I atoroMRsC B COOPER and son Tilde Cooper returned Saturday from a do lightful visit to her brothers and sisters It at Nuhvltlei MIBKES ILA HOLOAU and Annie Bro naugh of Crab Orchard were gucata + of Mrs James P iloldam at tha SU Asaph Hotel MR WALTER 0 HOITEII of Mt Sterling is the guest of Mr and Mrs Cecil Farmer on the South Side t Frankfort Journal MR LIVINGSTON COOPER a Yalu Wayne county subscriber to the I J Mrs M D visiting his daughter 1is in Garrard Miss GEORGIA Lewis and friend q Mla Fetro of the Crab Orchard Grad of Miss Murga ed School were guests ret Lcwls Saturday MRS KITTIB SMITH of Mt Vernon is hero nursing Miss Pearl Aldridgc who has typhoid fever Miss Aldridgo is getting along nicely Miss CLYDR LAm went to Stanford Monday to havo her tonsils removed Dr E J Brown performed the opera tlonMt Vernon Signal MRS T S WEIIII JR and son Row an Webb who have been with her par enl Judge and Mrs M C Sautley returned to Knoxville Friday Miss BESSIE YANTIS baa returned from a visit to Lancuster Misses mono Romans and Allio Yantis returned with her and are her guests MRS R A McGRATH of Potts mouth Va Is with her parents Mr and Mrs M P Rout at Morkabury J Mrs McGrath is in poor health STONE and son Mn AND MRS WILL Marshall Stone returned Saturday night from Anderson Ind where they visited tho family of J W Perrin WILLIAM VANDIVIER tho popular assistant cashier of the Mercer National Bank has been suffering consider able lain ns tho result of having been bitten on tho hand by a hog several days ago Harrodsburg Democrat MR J J ELLIOTT of McKinney was in town Monday and reports that he ia farm near Mc well satisfied on his new Ho McKinnoy is ono ofKinney says the busiest little towns on the map and that over 100 wagons go there from Casey county dally Casey County News HON J M ALVERSON represents tive from Lincoln county came over to attend the Bachelor Maids Hop Wed nesday evening Mr Alverson Is ana five of Jessamine but left hero when young Ho is connected with tho Stanford INTEltlOn JOURNAL ono of the best newspapers In the State VhllQ- In vino ho favored tho Journal callJessamlno Journal with a k Miss NANCY NEWLAND Is visiting In Carlisle and Millersburg Mn Join NEVIS is spending a few days with his mother Mrs Mattio NoviusMR J II Main wife and baby Miss Ida Stone of Danville spent several days last week with the family of U S Traylor Mus MATTIE ALVBRSON mother of Mr J M Alverson of this olilce is dangerously ill at her home in Rich mond Mr Alverson is at her bedside LOCALS GRAHAM flour atSlntctonutoro SEVERAL cone pulleys for sale at this office LOCUST Pasta for sale D C SippleI McKinney Ky v AN L train killed two cows for Mr J II Baughman Saturday night 1CRANK to Dicks cutter lost between hero and A J Ricoa residence Please return W H HIggins II1I01IT Mrs Victoria light who formerly lived at McKinney is dead at Lynch Va She was a daughter of Mr and Mrs John A Bibb NAILER Mrs Dan Nailer aged about lid in tho Prcachorsville sec tion Sunday Sho is survived by her husband and three children THOSE holding claims against the es tate of Honey Hays are notified to preI sent them to mo properly proven for payment Wm Beck admr SEALED bids will bo received by mo 1until 8 oclock Monday morning March 4 for tho purchase of the delinquent list George B Cooper county clerk THOSE holding claims against the es tate of Miss Carrie Porter will please present them properly proven to me not- later than March 15 J C McClary admr A GOOD second hnn dad Hayncs Bros piano with Stcinway worksfull octave for sale for fICO or will swap for a good harness horse Dr W M Doores at tho St Asaph Hotel RURAL ROUTE No from J II Floyd carrier has been disco tinucd This and the cutting off of the star rotuo between this place and McKinney puts tho Turncrsville peopled out of the world as far as mall fa duties aro concerned PROP JOSEPH IRELAND has been reelected principal of tho Stanford grad ed school by tho board of trustees Ho was offered a fine salary to take charge of tho State normal school at Richmond but the people of Stanford forthwith raised enough money to make tho Stanford salary as high and he will remain there Prof Ireland is a fine man and a highclass teacher and Stan ford is to be congratulated upon the splendid judgment shown Harrods burg Herald- SWELL DANCE Lost Friday evening at Waltons Opera House tho swellcst danco of the season was given by tho Young Mon of Stanford The light far tactic was tripped until the wee sma hours of morning to the entrancing strains of Burkes Danville Orchestra and encore after encore was furnished bv this excellent orchestra which is composed of a very accommodating set of gentlemen Tho belles never looked prettier and tho beaux were never mOrO gallant and tho evening was fully en joyed by the following dancers Misses Myrtle OBannon Joan Mount Susan F Woods Salllo Taylor Woods Lillian Carpenter Hester Covington Josephine Sandidgc Sara Dunn Mary Claxton Tevis Carpenter Mary B McRob crta Berta Jean Penny Letitia War rcn Josephine Brady Lucy Miller Givens Mildred Cosby Julia Stagg Edna Camnitz Drill Nowburn Annie Urn naugh Lcvisa Harris Frances Cooper Ila Holdam Elizabeth Holtby Messrs R T Bruce R H Coffey Joe Lynn Coffey Wearen Hughes Charley Bo hon J M Alverson II B Woods Walter McKinney James Yowell W D Claybrooke G B Saufley Robert Fonzel L M Huoy T W Penning ton J R Newland Joe Will Rout 0 S Williams Wm Stagg Reuben Bro naugh Harry Frye John N M nefce T D Newland Harry Hill Stagg Will Denny John Burnslde Boyd Weathorford George D Florence A M Pence Cleave Dunn Marshall Deny Howard Camnitz P W Whlpp Val Morse Harry Camnitz A FULL HOUSE atttl Wo are receiving now and BoaBonnhlc goods each day nail have the right things for early Spring Sowing All Winter Goods aro going at Cut Prices Wo dont buy them to keep nlHltlioyIIImt go if oven at u loss Any tiling in Cloaks Furs Suits and Underwear you need can he supplied hero for little money SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY WANT to buy 2nd hand upright piano Address B box 100 Stanford Ky FUN for all and at a small cost at tho Skating Rink at Waltons Opera House Friday night next SPRING is almost hero gentle Annie but it is more than probable that twill be a month or six weeks before Spring weather arrives I HAVB just received some new and beautiful patterns of all kinds and cs i dally in shpttrnwtli The Smiles ara invited to see them Mrs Kate P Miller As administrator of the estate of Miss Carrie Porter I will sell her personal fwU at the hotit of Mrs Mary J Withers at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon noxt Feb 23rd J C McClary FOR SALE House and lot on Lan caster street also house and lot on Lo gar street and ono vacant lot between Logan and Whitley streets For particulars sec James E Buck Stanford or write J E Novius Lancaster 4t Tilt Skating Rink is a certainty and it will begin at Waltons Opera Housa next Friday night March A tlUP ply of tho best rink skates made have been purchased and everything will be In readiness at 7 oclock Friday evening next PROP W C GRINSTEAD Superintend ent of the Danville Graded School and father of Mrs J W Ireland of this place suffered n paralytic stroke as ho was returning to Danville from this place Saturday His speech is greatly effected and he has very little mo of his right arm His friends are alarmed over his condition CIRCUIT COURT The February term of the Lincoln circuit court begun yes terday with Judge W C Bell on tho bench and Commonwealths Attorney C A Hardin present to look after tho States interest The following gentlemen were chosen as grand jurors J D Bastin L C King J L Bcazley R H Crow Wm Moser E T Pence W B Harness J M Cress Wm Landgraf J H McAlister S G Cas tello Isaiah White Judge Bell delivered a comprehensive charge to the grand jury in which he called the atI tcntion of tho jurors to tho fearful con dition of Stanfords streets saying the streets here aro in worse condition than those of any town bf similar size he knows of Ho also laid stress on boot legging and the running of blind tigers and touched on many other important points These gentlemen compose the standing jury S M Owens Mark Hardin R W Sticall J S Murphy B W Gaines John Lafevcr J C Hayes Adam Petry J C Eubanks A J Gooch S P Gray W C Floyd Jesso Walter Jackson Lay D K Farris J B Foster J R Edmiston A B Bastin W K Buchanan W II Murphy S J Tatem J J Spears Curtis Cover J T Chadwick After setting several cases for trial and that of R E Lee Sims for killing John R Farris for today court adjourned until this morning SHOULD HE REELECTEDUnder a wellprinted picture of tho gentleman the Lancaster Record says We underhand friends aro urging lIon Jesse M Alverson of Stanford to make the race for reelection as Representative of Lincoln county If he decides to make tho race he should bo reelected without opposition for Jesse proved to his constituents that ho was a man who would work for their interests and not be a mere figurehead Ho introduced and passed the Alverson vagrant law also tho law for the pay ment of teachers during institute week and a number of other laws which are of benefit to the people He was a member of tho important Rev enuo and Taxation Committee which shows the high estimation in which ho was held by tho speaker and party lenders If all members of the General Assembly would work with tho energy this deserving young man docs tho peoplo would soon look upon tho meet ing of tho Legislature as a blessing instead of a farco and waste of time and money Mr Alverson is one of the most popular men in Lincoln county as will be seen by the fact that ho is the only Democrat who ever carried every precinct in his county and was renominated without opposition The lost time ho ran he defeated his Rcpub lican opponent by 500 majority the largest ever recorded in that county in- statea race r TonACCO canvas at L M Hucy Cos JAS W DRYB has Lean appointed Ipostmaster at Middicburg DAN TIIAYLOR ndQ D Carter bought the saloon license etc at Rowland of tho late Hayden S Shanks for 6SS j FOR SALERhode Island Red eggs per 16 Orders booked now will re ceive prompt attention Mrs W J Edmbton Crab Orchard Ky FOR SALE Eightroom residence good outbuildings and two acres of land Miss L Edrington Hustonville Ky REV CLARENCE DANIELS subject at the Christian church Hustonville Sunday morning will be Worldwide Missions evening Great Coming OUR West End friends as well as those of the Southern end of the county will please bo a little patient Uncle Sam has tried his best to keep us from getting our papers to our patrons in those parts of the county but we are working on a scheme which we hope to get in running order in a few days and by which the I Js will be delivered more promptly than they have been It is tough to have to pay postage and for private delivery too but we will do it if necessary to get the paper to those who hove paid for it LOOK Hughes Swinebroad the real estate and investment men at Lancaster Ky want you to look at the farms and other property they have for sale Every one knows tho fertility of Garrard county soil Hemp tobacco and other crops In abundance For vestments they can show you 10 percent 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 tho pick and tho interest on amount paid down will be taken care of until possession is given Tho Texas Senate exhonorated Senator J W Bailey New Meat Market I I with to notify the RUilo thnt I hat utiirutl n new iiicnt innrkri on East Sliilu will a share of your tortlsrfron UlIIIIIII ilrlctt Ixof Free delivery 5 to oclock In morning ntul trout 3 10 7 In veiling 31VBond Moat utter II C ANKKUHON Prop Phone HtnnlorU Ky Valley View Sanitarium t Irlvutc Home for the treatment of 5Ieu tin Nervous and Chronic cllkonlera Hpvcln- liui iitlon li to the treatment of Alio hoiic tmUJIruij Habits Wo treat Locoiuo bur Axtuzla Jnlnlyiils Uhronlo Itlioumu tumeto inecliunloilly uorrectlv Munlp- ulntlon In Urtlioio llc Huru ry Locution ntlml nmlmlubrloui tlruumli cxtonttvp rentoimole Thirty minute rlile front Vountiiln HciiiireUlnclmmtl Jour jiar- tlculnrn mldrei VAMKY VIKW HAXITAUUM Fort Thomas Ky POSTED We whoso mime uppenr below utrlctly forhld hunting lulling or nn kind of tri imsslnn on our pluses and will prowc uto vl ulntor to tho full extent of the law Fred VonUrueiilgnn Ilelchununch llros- KreU VonAllniau A Vondruenlgnu- Kml linumunn ivoree Holmes K lUlclieitbach liallou A U Dunn MJ llotmnnn IlIodnWelch M lJ Klmore Mor7ItulhunnnfwChristina Uroyton Jacob Jeuwpln Ham Dnmcron Mrs MJAihlock UUUover Kredllnndorf luMllmUtoli- VIUonller J Novln darter IVter llnlmer J U CnmunUch Orccn Kcrrlll W U DaUgherty Dink Farmer Anlcrsollcnrr JO Hpratt JKOover W K Aiiion j W UK Martin Mes ore Paxton 1V0 w Mnrtln Hiimuel Lindsay M K lionller Mute Hurry Alex ooJllr Mrs Pcnplei Mrs WiMter Vnrrcn Mrs Matlte Hlmuson llros Tlnsley Hpoonamoro VI Carter lien r Martin K Lawrence UhrU Jacob IRIBBII PDIL Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KYI Aleo Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Drugget Rugs Mattings Pic turo Frames Shades Laco Curtain s and wan Paper Mr E T Beazloy has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 2 8 Night 106 or 133 ir A FLYER i r ral2BOi yards of fine Sjjft Bleach Cotton 80 inches the real value oi which is lOc por yardas long an this lasts nt 8heaNot more than 25 yards to a customer l IIIIIlttll + IJr According To The Ground Hog SignJtWe will still have Winter Weather and from the conditions at present we have reason to believe that such is to be the case Now if you must i haveWinter li Goods r Remember that we have them On the other hand if your supply of Wi- niter Goods is sufficient and you are for you- rSSpring ewingtCome and let us show you our full line of the right kind of goods for theISpring Our Spring lines are comtplete in every particular and we will take great pleasure in showing you ff L M HUEY COIDry Goods Notions Shoes ii Phone 156 I Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENT- UCKYPUBLIC tfU u u ue SALE Horses and Livery Outfit Thursday March 7 07 t- At my livery stable in Junction Cily8nle begins promptly nt 030 A M The livery outfit consists of 15 read of strictly good horses which have I been well cared for and each good hone will bo sold on a positive guarantee eight buggies and runabouts stanhope two surreys two drummer wagons two 2horse wagons two spring wagons mowing machine hay rake one Ross cutting box new one Belle City cutting box No Gono 4borw overihead Taylor power and manysingle and double sets of harness and w gontgear stack of sheaf oats in front of W E Grubbs residence on farm one lInn safe 1700 pounds rugs antI everything used in a livery sta tIe will be included in the sale BIO HORSE A MULE SALE At same time and place a Combination Horse and Mule Sale will take place and over 75 head will be ofl red including Work Mules Buggy Hors J cs extra good Saddle Horses teams suitable for Omnibus drays or any kind of heavy hauling All these animals will be sold to the highest bidder without reserve and any person desiring a serviceable horse or tunic can be suited nt this sale Most of these horses are well broke to steam Dunn tC English Auctioneers The ladies of the Baptist church will serve dinner at the Maccabee Hun 5 W Burke IKyFresh Supply of Interna tional Stock Food Now is the Time to Feed Your Stock E T PENCESTANFORD KENTUCKY v n 1 oWI aQ r JT IWt8 t ITThe Interior Journal Entered in Ihe PottOffice at Stanford cu teeonddatt maUtripUBiaauuD TueSDAYS AND FKI- DAJ500 TIPER YEAR CASH When not paid IJOO will be charged g Olympian SprinsWate You lire to try Olympian Sprung Wntcr lor UUmiiimtUm Xorvomnosi t pratlon lultotiiing luktnt Kldncjr nin r 1rollble Akj tholewbo hllo U8N1 It r lance onvlllu hyIFor Sale Privately rr house and 10 acre of land Ittuawd Ult outside of tonn limits on the 8omere pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ier stable and ellcellargoodantl room Water hydrant lheysrdandoneforstockJ p BAILEY InI Poultry And EggsI Wanted will pity highest mnrke price for Tur RIIlI nil other vouttrykeys rabbits Will he loulitl courtnuU lit onicooulancnitvrst J l nurk iuaunKorltil A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Storo in the Owsley Building INSURANCEYin Accident None hut JBEBT Companion KrpivevnUtl Lowest POII sable Rates laying Ilec erdiOnequalliHl Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kcntuckl Residence Phone No TWO Farms For Sale 1 with to tell privately my farm of 170 Mret tulles West of Lancaster on the Lexi legion pike It Is well Improved and hn plenty of water and limner fenced and buildings In good ro farmAlto an unimproved of 100 acres lying midway between Lancaster und hex legion pikes Good outlet each way Well meed reasonable T I n IUUNO Karksbury K- yBoone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOBD KY a Special Attention Olven Comimrclnl Men Uood Kltfs at UeiiKOimble Itatex Stock Pens In Connections GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU buyreadymndoclothtiigwhenthere- lssolittle dllTerenct In r made suits and n suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have n teBdsome line of Hpring Sumner goods MD make from it low price business milt to ike finest dross milt Alto Ovrconts Trous ers and Kiincy Vests The company rep resent Is second to none II O RUPLKV Tho Tailo- rHlunfordIy MIMES M PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEALER 111 Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build ders Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concreto blocks for building purposes and do all kinds of con crete work Prices on application e teeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HaruessSaddlery dc e STANFORD KENTUCKY OClce Phone 187 Home Phone l JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm ra Also Dealers in Fur siture MattingaRuga TheIwill exchange sfl Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT At a sale near Frankfort 25 mule averaged 156 FOR SALE42 stock hogs Land Buchanan Stanford Ky Corn sold at 275 per barrel at B F Arnetts sale in Jessamine N C Fisher sold his 140acre farts three mitt from Paris at 75 T A Brent bought of James Uogcr of the East End a mare for 130 t The good race mare Colonial Girl changed hands at 10000 last week- The Campbells villo Creamery with 3000 capital stock has been incorporated FOR SALESI calves and short year lings J C Hays R F D No Stanford 2t M H Lewis and James Mallory of Montgomery county sold 18000 pound of tobacco at lie J W Allen ofjtho West End bough of F P Combest of Casey 30 600 to 700pound steers at 4c Myers Acey bought of J C Robin son a horse for 135 also one from J II Carter Jr for 13760 FOR SALEEleven twoyearoli mules eight of them mares and three horse good ones J W Hughes More land Good pair horse mules for sale Six and seven years old sound and good pullers Price 275 M F Rout Marksbury Foil SLEA combined horse a la dys horse and a nice mare with foal to a Gambetta Wilkes horse John Cook agent Stanford American Wire Fence and all kinds of farming implements lime cement plastering etc for sale Hunn 8 Coffey Moreland Ky The average price of the horses sold at F Reid Cos sale was between 250 and 300 The lowest sale made was 160 and the highest ll50Dm ville Herald The Clark County Society of Equity has come to the aid 6f members of Montgomery county society by offering to handle all their pooled tobacco if it is brought to Winchester 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 Having lost a fine mare last week leaving a motherless colt I want to get a mare that has lost a colt from some one and will take good care and will pay for her keep T L Carpenter Hustonville Ky LANCASTER CoURTThere were about 100 cattle on the Lancaster market yesterday and most of them were of an inferior class Some twothirds changed hands at 2p to 3c Demand for the class offered was not good Mules and horses were in demand at 125 tc 200 A fairly good crowd was in at tendanceBuy 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 ships tu ff lime salt cement brick stock food poultry food pearl grit oyster shell linseed meal cotton seed mea- lHunting 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 piles that Bucklens Arnica Salve wont quickly cure writes Charles Walters of Al leghany Sierra county No use hunt Ing Mr Walters it cures every case Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store c CHURCH MATTERS Rev G W Foley of McCreary will preach at Goshen next Sunday morning tad night A protracted meeting is in progress- at Mt Xenia school house near Lytle on the Danville pike It will continue all next week The meeting is being onducted by Rev George F Smith of Wilmore Eeverybody is heartily vited to attend The editor of the Memphis Tenn Times writes In my opinion Fo oya Honey and Tar Is the best remedy for coughs colds and lung trouble and to my own personal knowledge oleys Honey and Tar has accom plished many permanent cures that save been little short of marvellous Refuse any but the genuine In the yol ow package Pennys Drug Store The House CommiUco in the Bailey Investigation at Austin Tex has de testimonyi ortWANTEDGentleman or lady to ravel for Mercantile House of large apital Territory at home or abroad to suit If desirable the home may be used as headquarters Weekly salary of 1000 per year and expenses Address Jos A Alexander Stanford Tho Lawrenceburg Hotel was destroyed by a fire of unknown origin and many of the guests had narrow es apes from death by smoke or flames a S IGOOD letter press for sale at your own price This office f Notice to Contractors snlwNotice is Hereby Given That the Fiscal Court of Lincoln County Will on Monday March 4 1907I Beginning at 10 oclock A M proceed to open sealed bids for stone nnd ditching contracts on the various sections of turnpike in said tOllIItj All bids for furnishing hauling breaking and spreading stouo stud grave nUll for ditching mud be sealed and filed with tho County Court Clerk before 10 oclock A M March 4 1007 nUll no bids will received after sail time Contracts will be let to the lowest mill best bidder and Contractor are required to givo bond with surety to bo approved by tho Court for the faithful performance of their contracts and for oil penalties and damages fo failure to so perform their contracts The amount of stone or gravel to bo placed on each Section ins follow stone Stanford Dan villo Section 1 from Stanford to Hawkins Brunch 20 rods Santa Suction 2 from Hawkins Branch to Boylo line 20 rods start nnd 20 rods gravel Rush Brunch pikoSection 1 from Stanford Lancas tar pike to Hush Branch 35 rods stone Steno Section 2 from Hush Branch to Hubble 40 rolls stone Danville A Lancaster pike wholo road 16 rods stone Stanford t Knob Lick Section 1 from Stanford it Ilustonville pike to Hanging Fork Greek 20 rods stone Same Section 2 from Hanging Fork Creek to Danville itIlustonville pike 10 rods gravel Lincoln Boylo pike wholo road 5 rods gravel Stun ford it Millcdgcvillo pike Section from Stanford Hustonville piko to McCornmcks church 20 rods stone Same Section 2 from McCornmcks church to Millcdgoville B rods gravel Crab Orchard ChnppeHg Gap pike whole road 76 rods gravel Stanford it Preachcrsville pike Section 1 from Stanford Crab Orchard pike toI Wilkerams Branch 25 rods stone Same Section 2 front Wilkereons Branch to Grab Orchard it Lancaster pike 25 rods stone Crab Orchard it Lancaster pikeSection 1 from Crab Oiolmnl to G WI Evans place 30 rods gravel Same Section 2 from G W Evans place UrGarrard county line 25 rods gravel Stanford it Crab Orchard pike Section 1 frpm old stone house toI II D Biiughmans gate 20 rods stone rOdlllstolleStanford it Ottcnheim piko Section 1 from Stanford it Wnynceburg pike to J G Lynns 10 rods gravel Same from J G Lynns to Boones blacksmith shop Section 2 2rj rods gravelSame Section 3 from Boones shop toJOttcnlicim 30rode gravel Stnn tort Dix River Gnrrartl County it White Oak pike Section 1 from Row lund to Haydens Switch 10 rods gravel Same Section 2 from Haydens Switch to W II Trnylor lane beyond still 30 rolls stone Same Section 2 from Traylors lane to Garrard county line 12 rods gravel Stanford it Waynesburg pike Section from Stanford to Ottcnhcim pike 20 rods stone Same Section 2 from Ottenheim piktp May wood county road lit foot of Halls Gap 15 rods stunei Same Section 3 from Mnywood county road at foot of Unify Gap to J II Carters store 10 rods stone Sane Section 4 from Carters store to Hutchisons schoolhouse rods stoneSame Section 6 from Hutchisons schoolhouse to Butts store 12 rods stoneSame Section 0 from Butts store to Kingsville pike 15 rots stone Sane Section 7 from Kingsvillc piko to Goo Games 15 rods stone Same Section 8 from George Guinea to G 1V Cliffs 25 rods stone Same Section 9 from G W Chits to Wnynesburg 10 rods gravel Kiugsville it Pleasant Point pike Section 1 from Stantord it Wnynoiburg pike to county road leading to Casey county 20 rods gravel Sumo Section 2 Casey county dirt road to Kingsville 20 rods gravel Mo Kinney South Fork pike whole road 25 rods gravel Huston ville Coifcys Mill pike Section from Hustonvillo to Wm Carsons 15 rods stone Seine Section 2 from Win Carsons to Mt Salem 30 roils stone Hustonville it Bradfordsvillo pike wholo road 25 rods gravel Ilustonville it Carpenters Creek pike whole tenth 50 rod stone and r0 rods gravel Danville it Hustonville pike Section 1 from Ilustouvillo to Black pike oO rods stone Same Section 2 from Black pike to Boyle county line 20 rods stone and 10 rods gravel- Carpenters Station it Morolaud pike whole road 26 rods gravel Turnersville it McKinney whole road 35 rods gravel McKinney it Turnorsville from John Murphys to McKinnoy 30 rods of gravel Green River gravel Stanford it Ilustonville pike Section 1 from Stanford to Turnersville 10 rods stone Same Section 2 from Turnersville to IIustoivills T 0 rods stonoITurnersville it McCornmcks church pike Section 1 from San Helms 10 rods gravel Same Section 2 from Sam Helms to C Bishops 10 rods gravel Same Section 3 from C Bishops tojvnob Lick pike 5 rods gravel Stanford it Lancaster pike Section 1 from Stanford to Logons lune 10 rods stone Same Section 2 from Logans lane to Gnrard county line 10 rods stone McKinney it Co Hey Mill pike Section 1 from South Fork piko to old ollgato 30 rods stone Sumo Section 2 trout old tollgate to hair house 40 rods stone Same Section 3 Fair house to Mt Salem 40 rods stono Snipe Section 4 irons Mt Siilem to Casey county lino 40 rods gravel Huston villo it McKinney pike wholo road 5 rods gravel Guarantee Companies accepted on bonds A rod of stone or gravel consists of 225 cubic feet Hand broken stono must bo on margin of road or section by Sept lithiAll gravel must be spread before Oct 15th All metal is to be measured by the Courts representative who may desig ate when and where it is to ho spread All stone furnished must Good Sound Hard Lime Stone or quartz nut broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter The gravel must he clean nnd flinty free from dirt nod sand and that furnished on M Cinucy Colleys Mill turnpike and Turnersville it MuKinncy turnpike allll from John Murphys to McKinney MUST BE FROM GREEN RIV EItIThe Court or its representative may reject any material not of proper size qualityBidders say in their bids whether stone will be broken by hand or rushed The wagons uscdiii hauling metal from crusher shill bo measured y tho Courts representative before beginning work and shall bo filled full oundiug in the middle No metal shall be spread unless tho Courts representative is present Tho Court reserves tho right to reject any and all bids Blank forms on which bids may be made can be procured from tho ouuty Court Clerk Copies of bonds required may be obtained at tho Bounty Court Clerks office 7- tIREATER Y- rEIS1TtQ ONEFAAEFORR4UNOdRIPBYRAItORR1VEA MAR I85O ji11 REAToRE l t I THE S INS ENJJO W E BAND Government EXhibib J agdoerGreafiAitractons PRESIDENTROOSEVELT WILLTOUCii BUTTON QOstRV AND tilS 2511LETS YOU 4 SEE IT ALL fART N1l- iTERATUtE t FIELD SEEDS Only The Best Perkins Crab Orchard Kentuckyi 1 iStandard Soot- DesirOller I makes the burning of soft coal as t cleanly as the use of hard coal thereby effects a large saving in yourfcoal bill Standard Soot Destroyer is abso lutely guaranteed to do all that is t clained for it W H HIGGINS i I Stanford KentuckyI I r 111 DITCHESiThe bids for ditching must bo on each section and persons other than the contractors may be awarded the contract for ditching and must make bids separately mustliewise ordered by the Courts representative heforeBlank forms and bonds can ho hall at County Court Clerks office Tho Court reserves tho right to reject any and all bidscGoB COOPER Clerk Lincoln County Court