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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr T I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 1 1907 NO 99rPREACHERSVILLE Arch Dyehouso In quite sick Dr and Mrs Farris ore convalescent Miss MI randa McKenzie visited her aunt Mn J M Cress Tho spirit of Mrs Sarah Naylor n turned to tho God Who gave it ut 11 A M Sunday Sho was G3 years old a member of tho Methodist church ami was o Rood woman and will ho IIndly missed not only by her own family ond connection hut hy all who know her as well She is survived by liar hUll I hand Dan Naylor and three grown children also her little ward Annie Uarnes whose grief is pitiable indeed May the bereaved family look to Jesu sorrow aIVhilipThompson and Miss Ida Ciim mine were united In wedlock lioly bonds at the residence of the lJrhlus l parents Mr and Mrs WII Cummins The ceremony was purformed b P fey D Ialmutur on the evening of thu 10th after which a nlco weddIng supper was served to u large concourse of friends Miss Olla Cummins and Joe Thompson were walters The hrid was dressed exquisitely in white which showed her beauty to beat advantag and shots sold by her friends to novel have looked prettier Tho groom Is a fine young man and is hard to hoot fo cleverness Wo join their host of friends In wishing them a long and hap py life together and may they need know sorrow KIDDS STORE Mn Thomas Uiggins is confined tc her couch by tuberculosis j John RlfTe is in active pursuit of everything marketablo in line of farm stockAn unusual mortality la reported in low of lambs during the first snow of the month Tho fishing season was opened last week by a brace of our sportsmen who caught a string of nice bus A brace of Mormon preachers favor ed our community with a few sermons at private houses last week No ccn verts were made D F Maycs has had a severe siege- of grip but is better Ethel Mayes is having erected a beautiful cottage in tho suburbs of our town John Robin Ion has been compelled to close shop for a week because of grip Caseys turnpikes are rapidly lapsing into reminiscences and tho pious pIl- grims are provoked to n rather profane execration of conditions which press censors would catalogue with features of tho Thaw trial in fitness for publica tion and transmlsso t by mall Editor P J Campbell of the Somcr st Journal talks hose sense as fol lows Did It ever occur to you that Ijoys are far more particular as to who they go with than are girls This may sound like an exaggerated statement but it is true nevertheless Did you ever sea a boy on the street with a girl who was smoking a cigarette Did you over see a boy accompanying n girl who t was addicted to drink and who was known to got drunk Strange that delicate dainty discriminating girls t should not be as choice and particular with whom they associate us are tho boys I Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is Both Agreeable and Effective Chamberlains Cough Remedy has no superior for coughs colds and Group and tho tact that it ii pleasant j to take and contains nothing In anyway Injurious has mado it a favorite with mothers Mr W S Iolhain a merchant of Klrksvllle Iowa says For more than 20 years Chamber r Jains Cough Remedy has boon my leading remedy for allthroat troubles r It especially successful In cases of group Children like Jt and my cus r tomers who havo used it will not toke t I any glsta other For salo by All Drug p- I Not less than 060000000 pounds of copper wire wpro in use on the numerous telephone lines of the Hell companies in America last year This year therols expected an increase of I 53000000 pounds In addition to wire considerably quantities of copper are used in the manufacture of brass for telephone instruments and for alloys required in other branches of telephone service The German Export Review states that Berlin intends to make trials with automobile fire engines for which purr poso at the disposal sum of ntriccurandono steam car are to bo put into service Foioya Honey and Tar cures the most obstlnato coughs and expels the cold from tho system as it is mildly 141axnUvo It Is guaranteed The gen tho yellow package Pen nys Drugstore Nathan Tudor glean 21 in tho penitentiary for killing his brother in 4 1u HIGHLAND Quito a lot of sickness at present The snow the snow the beautiful snowC M Youngs entire family wns down with grip lust week as was also Mrs liuhany Younga Dave Burtons child which was very low for severnl days is considerably better Mrs Im cy Long is sick Sammy a little son of Tim Hutchison suffered u severe ace dont In falling from n loaded wags tho wheels passing over both legs but breaking only one Dr Cook was cal e4 and dressed tho leg O G Speaks has moved to his now residence noor the now church building Rich Youn hut bunt n new house on D II Adams land near W C Youngs and moved to IL tame John Young has moved to lien Unujrha house on tho corner Mrs Nun Lay has moved again Dave Young has moved to Itrannon Gen Hutchison and Dave Goodpastor with their families left last Saturday for Illinois In search of employment II P Horton and son Oscar have return ed from Louisville Miss MamieChost nut hat gone to Somerset E G liaug and wife have returned from a visit to tholr son Walter nt Somerset Chas Hall and sisters of Science Hill visited their cousin Miss Mamie Young last week Mrs Clara Jenkins of New Albany has been visiting her brother Alfred Uaugh John Davis of Ante mUSt was here a few days since tin guest of Alfred Uaugh Mrs Mollie Gastincau of Garrard is visiting her brother H Ih Walls OTTENHEIM Luko Adams of Garrard is visiting relatives in this section Joseph Lawson sold n sow nod pigs to S L Stevenson for 22 We are told that James Brummitt h cutting cord wood which is something unusualWm Anderson sold a bunch of shoats for 32 and bought some more from va rious parties paying a fair price Mrs Mary Dyehouso is preparing to join her husband in Cleveland Ohio where they will make their future homeSkelton Coleman and wife ore in a critical condition duo to tho infirmities of old age It will be remembered that Mr Coleman Is a survivor oftho Mexi can war Eld J G Livingstons entire family has been sick but is somewhat improved Mrs James Livingston is III with grip at tho home of her father Rev W T D White There is scarcely a family in this sec tion but what tins had moreor less sick ness in tho last week or 10 days and we arc told by some of tho older people that there has not been a greater epi Jemlc of grip and colds in years We noticed where your Middtehurg correspondent insinuated that a cor respondent has to lie occasionally to secure news Wo will admit that some times tho truth has to be handled very carelessly in order to gain n point Rising From the Grave- A prominent manufacturer Wm A ortwoll of Lucama N C relates a most remarkable experience Ho says After taking loss than three bottles of Klectrio Bitters I fool liko ono ris log from tho grave My trouble is Itrights disease In tho Diabotds stage I fully bollovo Electric Bittern will euro me permanently for it has already stopped tho llvor and bladder complications which have troubled mo for years Guaranteed at 1onnys Drug Store Price only We CustomerWhos tho Co in your firmGrocerMy wife CustomerAh I sc6I Shes a sort of milSnt partner GrocerSilent Say guess you never met my wifo did you A Valuable Lesson Six years ago I learned a valuable osson writes John Pleasant of Magnolia hid I then began tak ing Dr Kings New Life Pills nd the longer 1 tako thorn till boiler I Ind thorn They pleaso everybody Guaranteed ut Pennys Drug Store 20 Grand juries havent wholly swept Away tho men who deal in graft A lot of them in jail theyre kept But lotsof others merely laughed eter Salt Rheum and Eczema These lire diseases for which Cham tirlalns Salvo Is especially valuable It quickly nlluys the Itching and marting and soon effects u euro Price 25 cents OIlialo by All Druggists George G and J Carroll Hamilton of Mt Sterling sold to tho American Tobacco Company 275000 pounds of tobacco at an average price of lie W A Garrett was elected president of the Seaboard Air Line railway to succeed Alfred Walter deceasedS NEWS NOTES Tho Hickory Inn a noted summer resort nt Hickory N C was destroys by fire The Merchants Hotel property lit Plemingsburg was sold to the Farmers Rank of thot city for 10000- J Henley Smith who was editor of tho Confederacy a dally paper published at Atlanta during tho Civil Wai is load aged 78 Mlko and William Rlodan brother and each over 00 years old died the same day in Urcckinridgo county nnd were burled in the same grave A sum of money estimated at nbout 176000 has disappeared from tho Sul treasury in Chicago und Government officials are making an Investigation Fire at New Castle destroyed n lorge foal and livery stable in the heart of the city and threatened many buainuc houses which were close by The l Ss is estimated at 10000 Judge Jos E Robbins of Mayfield will be Special Judge of the Scott Cil cuit Court to preside in the next trill of thn case of Caleb Powers tho God bel murder conspirator A IGycarrold Hungarian girl living in Denver is said to be tho only fcmal maker of violins in the world She hos just completed her fourth and all oC them aro said to be of fine workman ship and excellent tone Instructions were given the Christian county grand jury to conduct a rigid investigation into the lawlessness whirl has prevailed in connection with the tight of the farmers against the to bacco trust and return indictments If sufficient evidence can be secured In timidation was dwelt on especially Tho HargisCockrill feud is to bedra matized Tho coining young play wright Austin Strong of New York has written to Lexington for a history of the famous feud which has aroused the wholo country and has been sup plied with the facts although no complete history of the feud has yet been written MIDDLEBURG Mr E E Kclsay has resigned as postmaster at Yosemito and Thomas Branson is ah applicant for the posi tion Ills petition is going the rounds and is being signed by every one to whom it is presented regardless of pol tics =Mrs Branson is quite sick at George Davis on Doe Creek Ad Coffey is clerking for his brother Jason at Yosemite Mrs E E Kelsay tells us that she and her children will remain at Yosemite for a few days Miss Lau ra Lockrod who has lived with Mrs Lizzie Wells at Yosemite for a number of years left last week for Illinois where she has accepted a position as houso keeper for a small family Thieves went to Dave Roybands mill an Doe Creek on the night of the 22nd and stole a lot of tools consisting of axes wrenches etc Mr Royband im mediately swore out warrants for Bill find Henry Snow who were seen in the vicinity of tho mill on the night of the stealing and Sheriff Wells arrested them Tuesday at their home on Carpen ters Creek and took them before Judge Sharp when they confessed and got a jail sentence of 90 days Royband re covered his property and it was discov ered that they had in their possession a number of things taken from Humph rey Bros mill at Hartwell on the same nightChronic Constipation Cured Ono who sutlers from chrodlo constl potion is in danger of many serious illmonts Orlno Laxative Fruit Syr ip cures chronic constipation as it lids digestion and stimulates tho liver and bowels restoring the natural ac Ion of theso organs Commence tak- Ing It today and you will feel better at nee Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup docs not nauseate or gripe and is very iloasunt to take Hufuso substitutes onnys Drug Store- CHURCH MATTERS Tho contract to build the Baptist par onago at Danville was awarded L D ennings at 1300 Tho funeral of Mrs John Brackett witl be preached by Rev John Mason lit tho New Masons Gap church at 11 clock next Sunday morning Tho usband of the deceased will bo glad to have all of the relatives and friends of his wife presen- tRheumatic u Pains Relieved B F Crocker Esq now 84 years of ago and for 20 years justice of tho peace ut Martinsvillo Iowa says 11m terribly utHletcd with scltitio rheumatism in my left arm and right hip 1 have used three bottles of Chamber alrts Pain Balm and it did ino lots of ood II For sale by All Druggists Tho lower branch General Assembly of Indiana was almost a unit in killing the bill introduced early in tho session to compel all lobbyists to regis ter LANCASTER The friends of Mrs J R Mount will be glad to know sho is convalescing from her recent illness The fire alarm was sounded Sunda morning about 0 ociock the chimney of the Methodist church having caught fire The flames were soon extinguished and littlo damage donor Tho combination sale of F Reid Co at Danville was well attended by horsemen from this community who report a good sale of stock W D Burton bought three valuable horses Miss Sallie Elkin district manager of tho C W B M work is in Richmon and Lexington arranging a program lor the 10th district convention which is to bo held In Somerset April 18 and 11 Other auxiliaries in the district wjll be visited later Mr Tom L Yantis bought at the Royal Purple Duroc Brood Sow Sale a sow by Kentucky Colonel for 03 1Ie also bought recently a Top Notchor sow Both of these sows are from tho herd of Amos W Harris Sons who re cently conducted this sale in Louisville Our town was crowded with visitor court day and much business was trans acted Among the out of town buyers were Messrs Stewart and Jordan eC Atlanta who bought three horses Iron W B Burton at from 165 to 250 Mr Burton also sold three nice horses to a North Carolina firm Our entire community was shocked and greatly grieved on Wednesday tc hear that Mrs Lewis L Walker oi this place had died Tuesday in Cobra do where she had been for several years in search of health The imme diate cause of her death was pneumo nia having been ill only a few day Mrs Walker was greatly beloved and a shadow is cast over her old home here She was a daughter of William Lusk deceased and is survived by her husband also a sister Mrs McDowell of Mississippi and a brother Will Lusk who was with her nt the time of her death The remains will not reach here until Friday No arrangements for the funeral have yet been made Miss Mary Miller of Richmond who has been the attractive guest of friends here left Monday for Stanford to visit Miss Dollie McRoberts Miss Ethyl Wet spent several days with her sister at Campbell Hagerman College Lex ington Miss Annie Herndon has returned from n visit to Lexington Mr Sam Walter one of Lancasters finest young men has been with his parents for a few days lie has a good position in one of the best drug stores in Frank fort Miss Jessie Doty entertained a few friends Friday evening in honor of Miss Miller of Richmond Mrs F S Hughes entertained the Embroidery Club Thursday afternoon Miss Carrie Curry is spending a month with her Mater Mrs Fischer Gaines in Danville Messrs Ed N P and T J Price Fleece Robinson and Tom Yantis at tendej the sale of Duroc Jersey hogs In Louisville Miss Margaret Mount has returned from a visit to Nicholas villo friends D C Thomas and Ware McRobeota attended the dance at liar rodsburg on the 22nd Miss Katie Lee Denny is visiting Lexington friends Miss Eugenia Dunlap of Lexington is with Miss Bertha Burnside n MATRIMONIAL Miss Bessie Hill and Norman Waddle of Somerset were married in Louisville Daniel linger aged 69 and Mrs Eleanor M Coon 65 were married at the courthouse in Somerset John Dell aged 18 and Miss Ada Naylor 23 were married nt J B An dersons Wednesday night Superintendent Garland Singleton of this place tying tho knot with an impressive core monyWilliam Long and Miss Blanche the pretty daughter of Charles Peterson the latter of Casey c county were made one Sunday Mr Long is an expert to bacco grower and a mighty clever young man Neighbors Got Fooled I was literally coughlug myself to death and had become too weak to leave my bed and neighbors predict cd that 1 would never leave it alive but they got fooled for thanks bo to God I was induced to try Dr Kings few Discovery It took just four 81 bottles to completely cure tho cough and restore mo to good sound health writes Mrs Eva Uncaphor of Grover own Stark county Ind This King jf cough and cold cures and healer of throat nnd lungs Is guaranteed by Pennys Drugstore 50o and 81 Trial bottle free What asked tho inquisitive man was the most difficult part you ever played That of a multimillionaire with tho gout when circumstances over which had no control rendered it necessary for me to live on one meal a day rented the actor John West an oxConfederate soldiers dead in Madison l IM GLAD I BOUGHT THESE sHofstinis what everyone says about All America 18360 180 I A man who gets a shoe such as this biest lastsin the most approved the most skilled workmen for the modest for gladIsntFOR SALE BY SAM R STANFORD KY HUGH Exclusive Designs in i i andJewelry Diamonds and Clocks My stock is to many of the large city Our reputation for reliable cal Work is unsurpassed terra attl i The Jeweler Right Goods and ShoesOfficers Prices at Geo D Hoppers Dealer in Hardware ware Groceries Field Etc Complete lJ Main Street The Lincoln County National Bank of Stanford Ky Capital of Surplus and Undi vided Profits Individual Deposits Available for Use of its Patrons i First National BankStanford yI Capital Stock 50000 This Initllutlon WM ori lniiiir established 4i the Deposit Rank of Stanford In USB then roorganlted as the National Rank of Stanford In 1865 and again reorganised as the First National Balk of Stanford in 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 roars It Ii better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries aad Car porations Solicited A to 1 HuOKKh Prers 9 T lUBHia V Pit J J MOKOBKKTH Ohr n WCtmtNAnt oho Directors V Reid OanTllle T Harris Stanford J S Rocker Stanford K Jt Tanner McKInney M n Elmore Stanford S n Baurhman Stanford T P Hill Stanford las Robinson Hubble J H BauKbman Stanford J M PettUi Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford j o 7 T r fgjgyS f i The Interior Journal E C WALTON M F NORTH t It s cnndldnte for Itvpronvntntlwof Lincoln eoanty luhjict to tau action thus a ratio party ROBERTSIfor trnto In the Ornb the sotlonofthadeliiocndlcpartyublretto Democratic Ticket For U S Senator f C W Deck hamFor GovernorS W linger For Attorney GeneralJohn Iii Hendricks For State Superintendent Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South TrimbleFor II M Uosworth For Secretary of State Hubert Vreeland For Treasurer Ruby Laffoqn For Clerk of Court of Appoals John B Chcnault 1stLeoA KANSAS convinced by his researches that the Garden of Eden was located In Yazoo county Mississippi that he is trying to organize a company for the purpose of making extensive excavations to un earth the ruins of nonce splcnded city erected shortly after the expul sion of Adam and Eve from the gar den The Professor Is positive that on the Henry farm will be found th ruins of a magnificent temple th doors of which are of pure gold He declares that this was the site of the ancient city of Peseidon destroyed by a conjunction of Mercury Venus Mars and Jupiter just 4235 years ag o on the 8th of last November So fa he has been unable to raise the wind NEVER in the history of the world has there been such a famine as ex fits in Northern China where fully four millions of people are suffering the pangs of literal starvation In this land of plenty and diffused pros perity it Is hard to conceive of the appalling conditions existent in China f growing out of the failure of crops and devastations of floods inundating 49000 square miles of arable lands All the later news is confirmatory of- tio extent of the destitution and the solute necessity of foreign aid The Rl Cross Society has taken up the mutter and is sending supplies as fast at contributed TiiE W C T U will soon begin a crusade against those newspapers ca- rjing advertisements of Peruna Seem t us the good women are trying to carry their crusade a little too far No little work is yet needed to rid the county of red liquor and until they oust IIhat traffic they had better let patent alone TilE absurdity of the law granting a service pension is shown in the fact fiat Federal Judge Walter Evans who has a life tenure on a 5000 office has applied for a pension at 15 a month The government had just as well throw money to the birds as to give it away In that manner FIFTEEN members of Congress have died since the present body was sworn in This is a very large percentage of deaths but it wont scare aspirants from trying to get into the charmed vrcircle POLITICAL Missouris twocent fare bill has passed the Legislature and has been sent to the Governor The Indiana Legislature may yet pass the bill allowing women the right to vote in certain kinds of elections there being a strong sentiment in favor of a bill carrying these provisions The appointment of Senator Black burn by President Roosevelt as a mem ber of the Isthmian Canal Commission brought many congratulations to him The salary of the position is 10000 a yearThe Democrats in the Indiana Legis a lature won one of their few victories of the present session when they secured the advancement of the new pri mary bill one of the measures advo cated by the party during the recent electionThe passed the Pension Ap propriation Bill carrying 145000000 The bill was amended so as to make the appropriation available to pay pen sions to claimants under the act of February 1907 known as the Service Pension law- Efforts to secure consideration of the bill repealing the tax of six cents on leaf tobacco when sold by the farmers have failed and the trust through Sen ator Aldrich has secured indefinite postponement of its consideration The bill is regarded as practically dead Senator McCreary offered as an amendment to the bill authorizing the establishment of an agricultural bank ia tho Philippine Islands the bill reduc ing the tariff on sugar tobacco and rice from the Philippine Islands It was laid on the table by a vote of 47 to 11 i The Texas Senate by a vote of 70 to 40 with 18 members absent exonerate Senator Joseph W Bailey of tho charges preferred against him Oov IIanly of Indiana signed thi Bland 2cent faro act It has no emergency clause and goes in effect with the publication of the new laws oboe t May or June Thos P fleed candidate for the democratic nomination for Representative- from Boyle county asks J L Bruce who is also a candidate for the same of flee to meet him in n joint discussion of public questions of interest to the voters of his legislative district Mr Bruce had not consented to meet the gentleman on the raging stump at the hour of our going to press KINGSVILLE Little Miss Bertha Sims daughter of Craig Sims died Saturday morning of complication of troubles Miss Dollie Sims of Somerset wII here last week Miss Ida Sweeney of Blanchett is with her homefolks here deliverIcdior Society at the Christian church Monday evening General Kidd and Miss Jennie Smith were married Tuesday at Richard Smiths The groom is quite hand some and the bride an unusually pretty girl Quarterly meeting was held at the Methodist church th is week conducted by the presiding elder Rev Hawcs Rev Bradford of London spent sever al days here and preached at the Meth odist church Squire Adams held court here Satur lionecasecs were tried The case of Milt Warren for the alleged sale of whisky ille gaily resulted in an acquittal Encouraged by the good house each ovening of tho three nights perform decidedrto showthe remainder of the week which they did giving a different performance each evening It was a good moral show of the kindfarce comedy rand one of the best amusements we have ever had here Dr C M Thomp son has replaced the former uncomfort able seats with opera chairs and will shortly make other improvements in this useful hall J C Jennings who resigned his po sition here as station agent left Saturday for Cincinnati and will go thence to Chattanooga to engage in the drug bus loess Virgil Bastin night operator at tho tower is learning agency at the pot Revel Gooch of Somerset was here Tuesday Miss Maud Stroud a very attractive young lady of Floyd was the guest of Mrs Dora Bastin Alonzo Rigney was here a few days hre is to receive promotion to a Q C conductor Will Flint Q C brake man is at home resting up fron his work Mrs Black of Floyd was the guest of Mrs Wm Lane Edward Adams and wife of Mt Olive are the guests of his sister Mrs Will Carey and spending part of their honeymoon IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Jean Ward daughter of Joljn Howell is dead at Somerset The wife of S E Coleman is dead at Harrodsburg at an advanced ago Mrs E J Wallace of Paint Lick celebrated her 94th birthday Sunday Frank Beattie a venerable citizen of the Pisgah region of Pulaski is dead Charles Evans a Richmond Negro was given three years for housebreak ing C C Gillispics resignation as police man was accepted by the council Mon day night The home of John Fowler burned Somerset Times Gov Beckham has appointed At torney J F Montgomery of Columbia to hold a spring term of the Wayne county circuit court Gentry Kinney of Danville were awarded the contract to erect the skat ing rink at that place the work to be completed in 50 days The price is 6 300The Mercer county grand jury re turned indictments against the Q C railroad charging it with running trains through Burgin at such speed as to be menace to life and property The Court of Appeals affirmed the judgment of the Anderson Circuit Court In sentencing James Bast to life imprisonment for conspiracy in the of James R York I Do Not Crowd the Season The first warm days of spring bring with them a desire to get out and en joy the oxhillrating air and sunshine Children that have been housed up all Winter are brought out and you won der where they all came from The heavy Winter clothing is thrown aside and many shed their flannels Then a cold wave comes and people say that grip is epidemic Colds atthis season are oven more dangerous than in midwinter as there Js much more danger of pneumonia Take Chamberlains Cough Remedy however and you will have nothing to fear It always euros and we have noverknown a cold to result In pneumonia when it was used It is pleasant and sate to take Chll dren like It For sale by All Druggists bestknown j Cause of Stomach Troubles When a man lies trouble with his stomach you may know that ho Is cat ing more than he should or of some article of food ordrlnk not suited to his ago or occupation or that his bow els are habitually constipated Take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to regulato tho bowels and Im prove the digestion and seo If the trouble does not disappear Ask for n nvo sample Sold by All Drug gists IDr W E Wisner aged SO of Columbus Ind received a draft for money he loaned W J Hicks in Tennessee 50 years ago The original loan was 19 but the draft included interest at 6 percent for half a century Farm for Sale or Rent j uoo1 fimn of JMncroj fortudeorrnut Nlcenrw nsldencuntidnil rcludrabin KyorcnilonlEBower on thuplncv New Meat Market Iwith to notify the people thnt l have ntnrtod n now mvnt nuirkut on Knit Main tIlntt and will npprocllite n ihtint of your patronage I will ktwji In Hook fronh pork ami saiuaKV cured nnms brirnkfiut Yrtodeliceryruin5toitoclock evening M W Horn Meat UutttT PropPhone Valley View Sanitarium fnInlthefthonetor Axtaxla Palulyd Ohronlc llhcuiim trait etc mechanic illy Corrective Manip ulation In Orthopedic Surgery location retired nud Mtlubrlou Irounil extensive Obarces reasonable Thirty minute ride parttcutnraVALLKY VIKW 8ANITAUUTM Fort Thorns Ky Reduced RatesVIA Queen Crescent ROUTE on the first and third Tuesdays of each month to runny pqints South Winter Tourist Tickets now on tale good returning till May 31 For par ticulars write H C KING C P T A Lexington Ky DE IIrTCIJETS DE IjlMMEFS NOTICE I J hito JII hlna tor Role both 1purt hrcd and mixed stuck Pricee to autt Alii now ebiektyltlollr MUM W P WIIITK Irenclicnvlllo Kv Knlrvlow Poultry Farm DJ SMITH DIALER IN Conoral Morchanciiso and Country Produco GILBERTS CREEK KY NOTICE W vriiiit every twrnon that atUlctctl with rhuunuitlim kidney trouble or nip ilUiiiiu nrlilnx from Impure hUxxl to try n imckngnof our tlllurd rvuiMiy llumeni IHT wo iruiminUO It toruru If neconl IIIK lotlliTotloiu orvnur lx ru tuiuleil Knoli iwekage contains ail totoi with nrugItenl gnnrtnlini 1rlvo Jlni For snit by 11 Wtlllniiii Agwnt MoKlnnry Ky NOTICEII T IlTNHKOHIMnngtmtfor the Lifting JneI mat Wire Mtivlrlirr for Lincoln nml Gnrrnnl rountlrv Any ono nwtllnx oar etui order of inoiit Prenchfravlll Ky It give im pleasure to ttnte that I hnv known Mr Luiufun fur ywtm and that hit U thoroughly rugonihe nml truthful Want hti tells you maul the wonderful ma chine nllIO rellnl on K r WA LTOM VITAE O E forh- rs the Ills of Mankind Pain Killer 011 rill ptMtniyer linn hhlrIIIOtMI VtRllltr lluaith and Htrungtli Ueitorcr N II Bogie Mnrkgbury Kentucky ieiieml Agent I Spendra Pleasant fnlftlourJ l looklnc mr the HENRY BOSCH COMPANY WALL PAPER umplw at your own boaIttlag eomforUbl In your euychalrl You cu oak s tetter MUctlaa that way thin IT nnucklar the atom torn UM whoU nsrths very latest dwlcutb Imlicit tlnli tad richest toot sfcte laeladtac Imported pittera ETtrrthla OCd la was pap n U tL Such IIIt eonorar too Ton ct the lowest New Yak Cbiesa prices Will call with Boach SampW anr hour you name look that over to your h arf coo tent otlblesat obllcation to bar Its our war of deer- tsdag the Buach Wall raps House Painting And Craning Charlie Stewart Stanford Ky rs 1- DE SIWS DEIfFHES Stock of above now complete Call and see them t4 GEORGE H FARRIS PUMPSAll Kinds all prices any depth ROOFINGAll S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD I Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Tarnishes PJEIISONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded 1 Extra Good I a XTRAGOOD S t t Uy straining it a httlo will apply to the hoye ilpd their potiJbul really rofera to tho l Style Quality and Price of the Boys Clothes lMothorSuits run in sizctflrom to 17 years in Sailors ItiisAlnti lUouce Bolted Nor J folks mid DouhloHreastcd Cons with plain and Knlckcrlxxikor Trousers PRICE 250 TO 750tt If itVtoo early for you to purchase wo would ho glad for you to look at 4these garments now for we lieliovo our nwortmcnt will he tho best Stanibrllrhas ever shown r H J McROBRTS t STANFORD KENTUCKY No Better Cough Remedy is Made than Our I Compound Syrup White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky IONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO t TRADC MAR KPOLYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists forhouael1oll1 Coattdear Wo aro anlu nKent for tho OrlK11I1I OrlKlji lloMvii Kye Hiilve wlileh U cold on nwslllYOguarnntrallr us IIclonllnl to our 1II0tto OnIY the Ilrat for rnnuhdtwl litYlesvlAn liclriMlnu for Harea of till klnd cite iuakd f Point Your NOOSe I t i i Dont your house need a fresh coat 1 of paint Spring is nearly here i and it certainly would add greatly to its appearance We have the best ReadyMixed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD DRUG CO r 1 4 yn JI New Combs Wo Imvo just jlncedon wile n beautiful Iin6 of Spanish Spiral and Silver inlaid Unqk Conibs Sco them II NEW NETS i for waSsuj in White hud Cream NMV medallions to trim f lIANDTdADli LINKN Laces and Insertions in a epecihl drive at lOc a I yardtk I SrANroitD KY MAKCII 190 7 WE have Just received a lug supply of Comic and leather Post Cards n nya Drug Storo PERSONALS Mn Gao PBNDJBTON was alight iY batter yesterday MK T K WATSON won hero from Lancaster Tuesday Mn AND MRS UOIIEHT FKNZKL we in Danvillo Tuesday MR AND MRS W II SHANKS visit her parents In Madison DR GUSSIE PHILLIPS of Danville is with Mrs J S Owslcy Miss Annie LVTCT is vl itlnn Milll Josephine Guy In Winchester Miss Loiu Bonos of Hustonvillo the guest of the Misses SUgp bias GREEt LUTES and chiklr are visiting relatives In Lexington Nits JAMBS MBRSIION Is hero from Lebanon Junction with the homofolks- MR W II WRARKN was in LcxinR ton this week to see his mother and Bis tcrALFRHD L IBNCB was in Cincinnati this week buying goals for Trlbble Pence MR Lou SHANKS lit visiting her daughter Mm II K Bourne at Now CastleMn Gt W EDWARDS and son Mike Saufley Edwards visited his daughter at Corbin MR8 II D CAMHiEtl and children of Wilmorc arc with Mrs James Cummins Mn LFVI MYERS who has been i for several months was able to como to town Tuesday Mn W IOGAN WOOD Danvilles ex cellent chief of police has had n slight attack of pneumonia THE condition cf Mr James K Lynn ono of tho very best men In the county remains very critical MRS II II IloimiOAN of Mario- came up Wednesday to visit her daug ters who arc hero attending school Mn JOHN J McHoMEiiTS Is quite sick Miss Dollle McUobcrU is assist- Ing in tho First National Bank during illnessMn F RoUT manager of the Stanford Water Light Ice Co was at Lebanon and London this week mak ing ico contracts Mn J F TARTKR of Milledgeville has accepted a position with tho Iloycr Wheel Co of Lebanon ns spoke spector Ho will tnako headquarters a Lebanon News comes from Detroit Mich that n son has arrived at the homo o f Mr and Mrs Samuel W Mcnofec Tho little fellow has been christianed S W Men Cce Jr PROF J W IRELAND and Rev B Yandlo of this place were judge- in the InterCollegiate Oratorical Contest at Danville in which Clarenco WC Milner of Louisville won Mn JAS G GIVENS of Seattle Washington a former resident of Boyle coun ty is hero on a visit to his brother Mr Wm P Givens in tha country Thisi is his first visit to his old homo in fou but ho says things look natural although ho can sea many changes especially in tho faces the younger folks have grown to be men and women since ho loft his Kentucky home Advocate f LOCALS FISH Saturday Farris 1GRAIIAN flour Sinceggletonsstoro SEVERAL cone pulleys for salo at this office THOSE holding claims against tho es tate of honey lays are notified to pre sent them to mo properly proven for payment Wm Beck admr ATTEND the Skating Rink tonight F Admission 15c skates IGc or 25c ad- mIssion It for those who use their own a skates No half price to children NEWS comes from Bliss 0 T that Mr J E Carson formerly of tho East in End has aold twothirds of his largo ranch for 40000 and has rented the other third Ho will move to Ponca City and engage in tho real estate bust ness THOSE living on East Main Street are getting tho full benefit of too whisky selling at Rowland Drunken crowds are to bo seen at almost any hour coming from that place and it may bb necessary for Stanford City Coun ell to put on a policeman for that end of town LL TOIIACCO canvas at L M Huey Co8 Tim Skating Rink hours ore from to 10 r A big time may be expected nt Waltons Opera House tonight FoR SALE Eightroom residence- cod outbuildings and two acres land Miss L Edrington Hustonvllle Ky Mn W Ih HIGGINB has sold to wagonrQr a THOSE holding claims against tho estate of Miss Carrie Porter will pleall- eprl8nt them properly proven to mo later than March 15 J CMcClary- Is admr enA GOOD nndMlRayner Bro piano with Steinway worksfull octave for sale for 150 or will swap for good harness horse Dr W M Dear at the St Asaph Hotel FOIL SUE73 acres of farming la three miles of Kings villc If taken onco will sell for SlCOO 200 down balance on long time Write 2030 lath St Terre Haute Ind r No MORE DARNING Wear Hole proofsmonths without holes Wo are so agents flat have just received a nc supply Cummins McClary hIaIIwells like hot cakes ho says I DKSitin to thank the good people Crab Orchard for their kind nUention- to my brother James II Carson duro- Inl his long Illness I hope to partly repay them some day W A Carson Skaht operations at Opera House at 7 oclock this Friday evening ar John N Mcnefcc Jr Adorn M Pence Jr J M Alverson and E C Walton They cordially solicit your patronage IJUTNER Mr Albert Butner aKed- about 80 died at Urodhcad Tuesday morning and was burled at 10 A M Wednesday Ills wife preceded him t tho grave a number of years but several children are left including Mesdames J R Cass nnd Henry Tharp to feet keenly the loss of a kind and indulgent father Mr Butncr wns n member of the Christian church and an honorable upright citizen JOHN COOK the tonsorial artist proving himself a very successful veter besanimal had ono leg nlmost severed by coming in contact with a barbed wiro- fence and in less than a month has- him so he can walk and could do light work if necessary We cheerCully- recommend Dr Cook to those hav sick or disabled horses believing irthis section can WALLACE GOODE aged 37 died at Bloomington Indon the 15th of pneumonia lie was a son of the lute Terry Goode of Hustonville and more correct or honorable young man never left Kentucky Ho had been living in Indiana for several years and during that times had established a reputation for good that any young man might envy Ibis wife was a Miss Johnson of Casey nnd an estimable lady Ho carried an insurance policy of 1000 with tho Maccabees A A VERY enjoyable occasion was the entertainment of tho Young Married Peoples Social Club by Mr and Mrs S McClary on Friday evening last being Washingtons birthday it was George Washington entertainment Tho decorations were of National colors while hatchets and cherries were evidence on all sides Games were enjoyed awhile and then a contest was entered Into Thirty questions concerning the life of tho Father of his Coun try were propounded the guests and Mr Thomas A Rice answering correctly tho greatest number was given the prize two handsome volumes on the life of Washington Mrs James lIar ris Bnughmnn got the booby prIZea tiny hatchet Delightful refreshments were served during the evening The guests loft tho hnppy home loud in their praise of the hospitable host and the charming hostess We Cant Tell a Lie serf sas I Notwithstanding the advance in prices wo will OUT PIUGES with oar LITTLE HATCHET Always something now and interestingnt interesting prices 1 SEE T D Newland for your amoot hot nnd barbed wire 71DONT forget D E tools when in theI for good tools Farris A FINE lot of fold and garden seeds on hand Call at T D Newlands of TUB creditors of John A Wright are requested to file with me immediately E lawjJFOR SkLaRhode n alnIRedegg reIcclveEdmiston Crab Orchard Ky FOR SALE Houso and lot on Lon nnt V11junLogan and Whitley streets For par Stanforsd or a LOOK Hughes Swinebroad the es real estate and investment men at Lan castor KyT want you to look at tho farms and other property they have for fertilityat of ct N nnd other crops in abundance For in vestments they can show you 10 p cent anti more If you want to s your farm coal or timber lands or oth- erix property write them about it Buy L10wtaken care of until possession is givens SilorAs George Smith and Ed M Is Carty were walking up the railroad y Tuesday night they came across Jim it Tall colored aria after a brief ex change of words the Negro fired at Mr McCarty but fortunately missed him of He then shot at Mr Smith the ball en teeing his left breast about an inch below the nipple Smith who has been working for Eld Joseph Ballot was taken to Walter Hiatts but wa later moved to W G McBees on Lon paralynz ed but the extent of his injuries can 0eBannon probed for the ball but was not able to locate it Marshal Jones and Deputy Sheriff Will Hester found Tall at his home on the creek and placed him in jail Ho will be indicted by the grand jury which is in session Tall has served two terms in the penite- o tiary and if he is sent again it will be for life l HONOR ROLL Stanford Graded School monthtGrade 1 Wallace Brackctt Sabra Ejtes Dewey Kldd Leo Mershon John Reid McKinney Annlo R Powell Jcs alcLeo Phillips William Reinhart Clai is borne Walton Clarence Singleton Grade 2 Ella Rigney Patience Cal mese Joe T Embry Huston Gentry Lettie McKinney Nellie W Hill Mat sy Grimes Clinton Coleman Alene Boone Ethel Powell Katie Land Grade 3 Bessie Moore Lorraine Tot ten Elizabeth Holtzclaw Tillio Gold stein Elizabeth Hunn Polly Land Bes sie Brackett Francis Brackett Eliza beth Stagg Linnib Kidd Walter Kidd Raymond Traylor Everett Brock Jos EDIRoberts I thel Brackett Annlo Gray Nannie Verner Rout Wm Newaland Boyco Hunn Ewalt Givens Fredt Brackett Hobart White Frank Phillips Harvey Wilkerson Dollie Wilcher Oocia Hardin Grade 5 Dan Brackett Wm Grimes Howard Newland Ruby Jones Albert Phillips Hettio Walls Annie Butt Lena Traylor Catherine Gentry Marlon Grimes Mary Gray Grace Young Grade 6 Bryan Bradshaw Preston Cooper James Cooper Arnold Foreman Harris Hardin Joseph Hill Eliza beth McKinney Lucy Lee Walton Marietta Wallace Katherine Kennedy Zula Eads Harry Reinhart Oakle Holtzclaw Albert Holtzclaw Thomas Coleman Grade 6 Morrison Bright Will Mc Carty John Waters Lyle Cooper Lot tie Carson Lorraine Campbell Eliza- Beth Eaten Annie L Gentry Annie e Uilburn Willio Moore Kate Raney Maud Stone Maggie Stagg Marand- cWhite May Warren Anna Warren Russell Brown Grado 8 Sadie Eads Llllie Eads SalI lie Burdette Joseph Hopper Walter Milburn Ellen Moore r 1JunlorJohnSeniorHays Foster George Hopper to Robert Waters b FRESH lot good candies FarrisIFRESH fish Saturday Jones CALL on T D Newland for Rosette Irons GET some of choice alns at Farris LOCUST pots for sale D C Slpplc McKinney Ky LOST between Stanford nnd vllie u 12fool log chain Return Matt Myers SPRING has come gentle Annie we fear you will not recognize it butI month or so so bad docs the promlsu to bu SEALED bids will be received by me until 8 oclock Monday morning March 4 for tho purchase of the delinquent list George B Cooper county clerk I RAVE just received some new and beautiful patterns of all kinds and especially in shirt waists The ladies are invited to sea them Mrs Kato P Miller SOMK scoundrel very probably fills erup on Rowland whisky shot IntoMr J M Brucos residence Wednesday morn ing If ho is caught he will pay dearly for his fun- DAUC1IEnTYbliss Marietta Daugh erty aged 83 died in the Turnersville lived with her nephew Frank Dough erty IN our Tuesdays we will print the picture of the new Christian church at Crab Orchard which the good peo pie of the East End have built on the site of the one which was destroyed by a cyclone AT the time I will nomissaid Mr James C Hayes to us Wed nea day You can this in your paper if you will he added CincuiT CounT The cases of R E Leo Sims for killing John R Farris and Faulkner Kenny indicted jointly with his brother in the killing of Jas Shupca wero continued until the June term Ike Cunningham was fined in two cases for selling whisky and was acquitted in a third Gran Denny and fomr o an yesterday were taken up with tho trial of James and Tom Plummer charged with stealing sheep from Dr J G Car penter The jury had not reported when we went to press NOTICE I ISutlcc U hereby gives that I will on tinr Miirch he17 miikt1 implication to tin Kentucky Ilounl of Trlmm Commission ors for u pnrole under nnd In puriumiru of tilt act uutbor tilt parole of prisoners approved March lust AKTlirilHOtKKK IRIBBIf PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmors STANFORD KY Also Eurniturc of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper e Mr E T Benzley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 0 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night IGG or 183 Antecarlo 226 J2AMndo over Versailles truck In wlnnlnp rneo Hlrwl liy Antio tJIIItbnt wild for irnuiil nt public sole Anti by Hnll Mil son of Mamhrlno 1atrhcn These 210ydam by Independence sonof Andrew Jrtvk con dnin b American Htnr and Andrew Jock tlIILlttheYon Antocnrloi two top crosses aro roo llpolulhlo for tho fullest tteldlnK two next CrOSIIlIrtI responsible for tbo fastest stal lion Then jouseo he is hotter bnd than of them for him tho blood of both Antecarlo U a solid brown horse bonds rindaolt BUCK VARNON Jack with white points S yearn old JKU hands Kino breeder anti treat In dividual A jock of tine boat nor action Will stand nt 110 to Insure n living colt All will stout nt W K Ulshoate farm on pike ay miles from tanford- oIlrogrftzld at per month Cure token prevent acct eats put not responsible should nay ocean DUhon CB Smith Special Embroideries- A JA new line very fine Shirt Waist Embroideriesenough for one Waist in pattern LINENS The 25c28c nnd 85c Linens we show are exceptional values We have n limited quantity COniC earl- ySILK PETTICOATS otreri J SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY thoU Campc +H40+ + +w+t+t++Ia++ II II I According To The Ground Hog Sign We will still have Winter Weather and from the conditions at presentIwe have reason to believe that such is to be the case Now if you must ofstill have Winter F 1 1 GoodsRemember that we have them On t the other hand if your supply of Wind ter Goods is sufficient and you aretready for your I Spring Sewing k Come and let us show you our fullIline of the right kind of goods for the Spring Our Spring lines are cornIplete in every particular and we will take great pleasure in showing you cL M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 t Opera House Block Opposite Court HouselSTANFORD KENTUCKY t a aao++ r e II PUBLIC SALE Horses and Livery Outfit Thursday March 7At my livery stable ia Junction City Sale begins promptly at 030 A MIThe livery outfit consists of 15 head ofstrictly good horeee which been well cared for and each good horso will be told on a positive snteight buggies and runabouts stanhope two surreys two drummer wagons two 2horso wagons two spring wagons mowing machine hayrake onefRoss cutting box new one Belle City cutting box No 0 one 4horso overhead Tnylor power and ninny single and double nets of harness andwagon gear stuck of sheaf oats in front of W E Grubbs residence on Tribblo farm one Hall wife 1700 pounds rugs and everything used in a livery sU hIe will be included in tho sale BIO HORSE A MULE SALE J At same timo rind place a Combination Horse and Mule Sale will take it place and over 75 head will be offered including Work Mules Bugg Hon s extra good Saddle Horses tenors suitable for Omnibus drays or any kind of heavy hauling All these animals will bo sold to tho highest bidder without reserve and any person desiring u serviceable horse or mule can be suited ut this sale Most of these horses are well broke to steam Dunn English Auctioneers 9 The Indies of the Baptist church will servo dinner at the Miiccnbeo Han W Burke filKyFresh Supply of Interna = tional Stock Food Now Ij is the Time to FeedV Your Stock E T p CtSTANFORD KENTUCKY 4 The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOfoe at Stanford cu ticondclan tnatter- PVJJLtMU1 D TOEHDAYH AND FItIDrlt- AT SJIOO PER YEAR CASH i tl1Wbon not so paid I ZOO wilt be charged SpringsWatettr rlouurc urged w Ivy Olymplau MllrlnlclsI Writer for in Kidney10llstlpllttonlIcrgestaan hUr tat Bladder those who Imvo used It M Plntu irn yrltk rolvtuplnnMpringa loilolllt Jlus onvllle For Sale Privately r and 10 acres of Und tltualed jwtantelde of town limit on the 8omee kltcben and serhas 7 roamspIke cellar stable and 1- 1aucesssryoutbulldlngs roomI Water hydrant the yard ono J p BALETt r Poultry And Eggs Wanted market price fur Turwill pay keysEggbs Oil neasamJ nil other ioultry constantlyAlso Will bo JJillucklocat- mnnugurlDSorthcott A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building INSURANCELire andLlghtnlngJere IudAccident the t4TROSGERT 10s Stole Rate- spOuarnnt11eLoisPayingt Iteo- erdlUnequallcd TRIll with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 Two Farms For Sale 1 wish to sell privately1ISy farm of Mrs5 miles West wellatimaprotwland hot tDIWn pIke It Is plenty of water and timber and In good rututlr Ado an unimproved tarns of 100 acres lying midway between Ijincnster and Lex Oood outlet each way Wel- ltoncedTerntsreaonable TlHKHHING Mwksbury Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street SxiKroBD KY Special Attention liven Commercial Men Ills ut Iteasonablo mates Stock Pone In Connection tlVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy rtndymnde elothlnijw hen there to so little difference In tilt price of ready mado suits and n suit mndeto your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have n kandsome line of Hprl n g A Hum mer goods I I thennestdresssulleitlsu0vercoatTrous on and Fancy Vests The company rep resent Is second to none 1OItUlI YThe Tn I1tRnrord Ky JAMES MI PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEXLEB W Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build ders Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for building purposes and do all kinds of con crete work Prices on application e aCe aC1 Undortaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesaSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY OfHcd Phone 187 Home Phone 35 JlBeazleyCo I Undertakers and mbalmIers Also Dealers aituro MattiugsRugs TheyI will exchange all Kinds of FurnitureforI Them a Call STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE42 stock hogs Land d Buchanan Stanford Ky oatsIsVlings J C Hays U F D No1 Stanford 2t There are on even number of boys and girls in the Middlcsboro Graded School district527 to 527 AY L LANGFORD of Madison sold to Mr Cotton of Garrard a fouryear old Pcavlne stallion for 5O0 IFon HENT20 acres of land to go in Cash rent F M Murphy old Curtis place on Danville pike Joseph Irvine of Boyle bought of Thomas Glenn of Shelby the Chester Dare Stallion Red Chester or 750 FOR SALEEleven twoyearold mules eight of them mares and three horse good ones J W Hughes Morc land Good pair horse mules for sale Six and seven years old sound and good pullers Price 275 M F Rout Marksbury FOR SALEA combined horse a la dys horse and a nlco mare with foal ton Gambetta Wilkes horse John Cook agent Stanford American Wire Fence and nil kinds of farming implements lime cement plastering etc for sale Hunn S Coffey Moreland Ky John B Foster sold his crop of tobacco 15000 pounds raised on 10 acres to a Harrodsburg party at 1250 Tho tobacco was raised by F M Long and sonsHaving lost a fine marc 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- Washington county tobacco growers pledged a large acreage of the 1907 crop and secured land on which will be erect ed at once two big tobacco warehouses The 1906 crop is being received and handled in large barns G Murrell Middleton owner of Maplewood Herd near Shelbyville sold to Harry Weissinger Son a tenmonthsold Berkshire boar Undula ta Premier for 150 a sow Loyals Pride of Maplewood for 100 and a gilt Ruberta for 75 A E Hundley and F T Logan have purchased of J B Ewing of Lexlpg ton the sensational young thorough bred stallion Streamer dam Kitty Gunn by Virgil Streamer is a very fine animal and is tho sire of Camille and other twoyearoldsDanville Her aldYour attention is called to the description and pedigree of the good stallion and jack advertised by Dishon Smith These gentlemen bought Ante Carlo and Buck Varnon at William Fields sale and arc standing them at very reasonable figures Owners of broodmares should keep these animals in mindBuy your fertilizer field and grass seed from me and save freight Write for sample and prices on what need James D Shelby Junction City Ky I carry in stock flour bolted meal bran shipstuff lime cement brick stock food poultry food pearl grit oyster shell linseed meal cotton seed meal Relative to the prevailing prices on farm products a Montgomery county writer says in the Lexington Herald Prices for everything produced on the farm have been amazingly high With mixed hay at 12 millet at 12 to 15 good clean timothy 1750 to 1850 corn from 275 to 3 50 fodder 5c to t5c shock hogs from 625 to 050 per hundred big cattle 5 to Sic At a recent Grange meeting in New York State this question was discussed What is the average cow worth when butter is 22 cents a pound milk pasureand ground feed 120 per 100 pounds Nearly every member present took some part in the debate and the sub tance of the discussion was that under these conditions a cow would be vorth about 4- 0Hunting for Trouble Ive lived in California 20 years tad am still hunting for trouble in the way of burns sores woundsboll3 outs sprains or a case of piles that Bncklcns Arnica Salve wont quickly sure writes Charles Walters of Al- eghany Sierra county No use hunt ng Mr Walters it cures every case Guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 23c President Roosevelt has accepted the esignation of Second Assistant Postmaster General W S Shallenberger Representative James T McCleary of Minnesota who is to retire from Congress at the close of the present session will be appointed as Mr Shallen icrgers successor IThis May Interest You No one is immune from kidney trouble so just remember that Foleys Kidney Cure will stop the Irregular and cure any ease of kidney and Itics trouble that is not beyond theI of medicine Pennys Drug Store The w iamiotel at Williams burg owned by G B Wilson burned H Notice to Contractors Notice is Hereby Given That the Fiscal CourtIof Lincoln County Will on 1907IBeginning at 10 oclock A M proceed to open sealed bids for stone grave nnd ditching contracts on tho various sections oi turnpike in paid county All bids for furnishing hauling breaking and spreading stono and gravel and for ditching must bo sealed and filed with the County Court Clerk heI l11timearc required to givo baud will surely to bo approved by the Court for th faithful performance of their contracts arid for all penalties and damages for failure to so perform their cOlltnlctsIThe amount of stone or gravel to ho placed on each Section is as follows Stanford tC Danville Section 1 from Stanford to Hawking Branch 20 rolls stoneSame Section 2 front Hawkins Brunch to Boyle lino 20 rod Moiie and 20 rods gravel Rush Branch pike Section 1 front Stanford it Lances tor pike to Rush Branch 85 rods slope Same Section 2 from Rush Branch to Hubble 40 rods etone Danville it Lancaster pike vlaolo road 15 rods stone Stanford it Knob Lick Section 1 from Stanford it Hustonvillo pike to Hanging Fork Creek 20 rod stone Same Section 2 from Hanging Fork Creek to Danvillo it Huatonvillo pike 10 rods gravel Lincoln it Boyle pike whole road broils gravel Stanford it Milledgeville pike Section 1 from Stanford it Hnstonvillc pike to McCormacks church 20 rods etoue grnHllCrabit Frcachcrsville pike Section 1 from Stanford it Crab Orchard pike to Wilkcreons Branch 25 rods stone Same Section 2 from Wilkoreona Brunch to Crab Orehanl it Lancaster pike 25 rods stone Crab Orchard it Lancaster pike Section 1 front Oral Oialinrd to G W Evans place 30 rods gravel Same Section 2 from G W Evans plaoo to Garrard county line iroils gravel Stanford it Crab Orohanl pike Section 1 from old stone house to II D Baughmans gate 20 rods stone Saute Section 2 from II D Banghinang gate to Bywatcre gate 20 role stone Same Section 3 from Bywaters gate to Crab Orchard 20 rods stone Stanford it Ottcnheiiu pike Section from StntrfortlL Waynosburg pike to J G Lynns 10 rods gravel Same from J G Lynns to Boones blacksmith shop Section 2 25 roils gravel Same Section 3 from Boones shop toOttcnhoim 30 rOlls gravel Man lord Dix River Garrard County it White Oak pike Section 1 from How land to Haydens Switch 10 rods gravel Same Section 2 from Haydens Switch to W II Traylors lane beyond still 30 rods stone Same Section 2 from Traylors lane to Garrard county line 12 roils gravel Stanford it Wayncsburg pike Section 1 from Stan font t Ottcnheim pike 20 rods stone Same Section 2 from Ottenheim pike to May wood county round nt loot of HallV Gap 15 rods stone Same Section ft from Maywood county road nt 1got of Halls Gal to J II Carters store 10 rods stone Same Section 4 from Carters store to Hutchisons ecliooMioiiso 4 rods stoneSande Section 5 from Hutchisons schoolhouse to Butts store 12 rods stone Same Section G from Butts store to KiugMvillo piko 15 rods stone Same Section 7 from Kingsville pike to Goo Guinea 15 rods stone 1Sume Section 8 from George Guinea to G V Cliffs 25 roils stone Same Section U from G W Clifts to Vnynesburg 10 rods gravel Kingsville it Pleasant Point pike Section 1 from Stanton it Waynogbnrg pike to count road lending to Casey county 20 rods gravel Same Section 2 Casey county dirt road to Kingsville 20 rods gravel M Jo Kinney it South Fork pike whole road 25 rods gravel Hustonville it ColPeys Mill pike Section from IIn tonvillo to Wm Carsons 15 oils stone Same Section 2 fiom Win Careens to Ml Salute 30 rods stono Iltistonville it Bradfordsvillo pike whole road 25 rod gravel Huttonvillc it Carpenters Creek piker whole road BO rods stone and 50 roils gravel Danville it Hnstonvillc pike Station from Hustonvillc to Black pike 50 roils stone Same Section 2 from Black pike to Boyle county lino 20 roils stone and 10 rods gravel- Carpenters Station it Moreland pike whole road 25 rods gravel Turnersvillo it McKinney whole rood 35 roily gravel McKinney it Turnersville from John Murphys to McKinney 30 rods of gravel Green River gravel Stanford it Hiistouvillc piko Section from Stanford to Turncrsvillc 10 rods stone Same Section 2 from Turner ville to Hustonvillo 50 rods stale Tnrnersville McCormack church pike Section 1 from Turnersville to Sam Helms IP rods Sadie Section 2 gnlelISame Section 3 Stanford it Lancaster pike Section 1 from Stanford to Logans lone 10 rods stone Santo Section 2 from Logans lane to Garard county line 10 roils stone McKinney iV Coffeys Mill piko Section 1 from South Fork pike to old tollgate HO rods stone Same Section 2 trom old tollgate to Fair house 40 rods stone Same Section 3 Fair house to Mt Salem 40 rods stono Same Section 4 from Mt Salem to Casey county line 40 rods Hustonvillc it McKiuncy pike whole road 5 ro Ia gravel gll1eJI Guarantee Companies accepted on bonds A rod of stone or gravel consists of 225 cubic feet Hand broken stone must ho on mnrgiu of road or section by Sept lthtAll gravel must bo spread before ntit 15th All metal is to be measured by tho Courts ontntic who Jute when and where it is to be lIAll stone furnished must be Good und broken into pieces not to exceed two inches in diameter The gravel miiHt he clean and flinty free from dirt and sand and that furnished on Mc Kinney it Collcya Mill turnpike and Turnersville it MuKinncy turnpike and frown John Murphys to McKinney MUST BE FROM GREEN III V EH The 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 crushed The wagons uscdjin hauling juetal front crusher hull bo measured by the Courts representative before beginning work and shall be filled full rounding iu the middle No metal shall bo spread unless the Courts representative is present The Court reserves the right to reject any nUll nil bids Blank forms on which bids may be wade can be procured from the Bounty Court Clerk Copies of bonds required may be obtained at the County Court Clerks ollice 1 BEATER LOUISVILLE f EMITIOONFAAEFORROI1NDiTAIPBYRAILOAflIVffl 1 MAR 183O 11 REATORE JJiWernmentLibifIaqd nROOSEVELTWILL PRESIDENT TOUCrP THEI jI roo H W E Perkins AND HIS BAND 2Y11rLETSYdU fIFIELD SEEDS 11Only Crab orc hardI II SootiDestroyer makes the burning of soft coal as cleanly as the use of hard coal and thereby effects a large saving in yourIcoal bil- lStandard Soot Destroyer is absolutely guaranteed to do all that is clained for it W H HIGGINS Stanford KentuckyI m u DITCHESThe bids for ditching must he on cart section and persons other thou the inctnl contractors may he awarded the contract for ditching and must niiike separatelyAll bi two feet wide laid eight inches deep All dirt must ho thrown out of ditch and away from the piko or carted oil unless other i representativeAll and must be completed before July 1 1007 Blank forms and bouts can bo lad nt County Court Clerks office The Court reserves the right to reject tiny and nil bids G B COOPER Clerk Lincoln County Court J