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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I i 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXVSTANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 12 1907 NO3 Here and There Mnj B II Hnrrod n member of the Panama Canal Commission thinks the ditch can bo completed In eight yearsMemorial services in honor of for mcr Gov John P Altgcld were held In the Garrick Theater in Chicago undo the auspices of tho John P Altgol Memorial Association The largest land deal of tho year Is reported from Perry county 19000 acres of coal and timber lanij beln sold to an Eastern corporation by Cov Ington capitatistB The purchase pric is said to have been 250000 Trabuo Walton son of the Ilov Cop Walton of Cavo City has been indicter under thoUago of consent law Thi complainant is Miss Ruble Turner a school girl 14 or 1C years of age Both families are prominent and tin Indictment caused a sensation Residents of Jackson were terrified by a fusillade of bullets fired on tho streets of tho town Saturday night the shooting continuing for some time Two bullets entered Jos Hargis home am a brother of Curt Jctt narrowly es taped while asleep in tho Hargis Bros storeWith spinal cord broken and choked to death John Smith a 15yearold boy was found with his neck under n heavy desk in a church at Fordvlilc near Cartorvillc where ho had committed suicide To ovado arrest h- had hidden in tho building seven days I subsisting on grains of corn A WOMAN ALPHABET Admirable always Beautiful ai possible Charitable to everybody Dutiful to myself in the right things 1Earnest indisposition to nil needs Hopeful In spite of everything Intelligent but not ixnlantic Joyful as a bird Kind even in thought- Longsuffering with the stupid Merry for the sake of others Necessary to a few Optimistic though the skies fall Prudent In my pleasures Quixotic rather than hard Heady to own up Selfrespecting to tho right limit True to my best Unselfish short of martyrdom Valiant for tho absent Willing to believe tho best Exemplary in conflict Young and fresh in heart Zealous to ranks the best of life IWINTER winter of snow mo We slipped on years ago oJGhe mo tho zero weather back your mist and rains f Glvo mo a frozen ear or two Give me just one chilblain Give me ono day of frost and ice And make tho hun to shine Give me n day thats cold enough To freeze this cold of mine Chamberlains Cough Remedy is Both Agreeable and Effective Chamberlains Cough Homed has no superior for coughs colds and croup and the fact that it Is pleasant to take and contains nothing in any way Injurious has made it a favorite with mothers Mr W S Polhmn a merchant of Klrksvlllc Iowa says For more than SO years Chamber lains Cough Itomody has been my loading remedy for allthroat troubles J It is especially successful In cases of croup Children like it and my customers who have usnd It will not take any other For sale by All Druggists s Tho Uncle Toms Cabin show at tho opry house last night was considerable bettor than when it was hero a year ago grimly said the landlord of the Prunytown tavern How so 7 Inquired tho picture en largerOh they had ono more dog and three less actors Worked Like a Charm Mr D N Walker editor of that sploy journal tho Enterprise Louisa Va says I ran n nail In my foot last week and at onco applied Buck Ions Arnica Salvo No lollammatlon followed tho salvo simply healed tho wound Heals every sore burn and skin disease Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store 25c A remarkable old lady has just died at Lexington She had an idea that the electricity sho thought was con veyed into her by riding on- t a street car greatly benefited her and sometimes ride continuously all day and never less than several times o day Frankfort Journal OcJ HIGHLAND 0 G Speaks Js ncpr dwcllin completed and has moved Into it J S Young is preparing to build a lot of wire fence on tho farm ho bough of George Baugh Work on tho new Methodist churc is progressing nicely The carpenter J W Cook tninks ho will have tho roof all on In a few days John Decjicr is selling out and will return to Illinois from which Stat he como about 18 months ago Davo Burton and James Bunch have bought a now saw mill and they are set UnIt it up nt the Wm McIIarguo plus on the Kingsvillo and Ottcnhcim road Tho farmers have done but littli plowing More wheat was sown in this neighborhood last fall than usual and It is looking fine Tho prospect is for n good crop Mr Lutes was hero a few days ngi buying hogs lie bought a sow am pigs from Sam Baugh for 25 and two hogs from John Decker at Cc Mr Decker sold a cow to Mr Arnold foi 23 A good mady of our formers intent to raise tobacco this year Several seedbeds have already been sown There were several crops in this neighbor hood last year and they brought lair pricesLogan Bryant and wife were called to Eubanks by tho illness of Mrs Bry tints grandmother Mrs Trowbridgc Mrs John Decker is visiting her mother at Alton Ill Miss Zora Baugh who is attending school at Kingsvillc was at home Saturday and Sunday Miss Efiie Young has returned to school nt Kingsvillo Misses Gracie Young andI Annie Butt who are attending school at Stanford spent a few days with the homcfolks Mrs Lena Butt continues ill u CHURCH MATTERS The Presbyterian church at Midway voluntarily raised the salary of Pastor J W Tyler 200 The Baptists and Methodists of May wood will go in together and build a creditable house of worship In bidding farewell to his congrega tion recently Rev E IL Hobday pas tor of Grays Baptist Chapel London said there were those who were ever ready to find a blot on a ministers escutcheon and he called on God to witness that if he had CO sons ho would not send one of them to tho ministry There arc ICO different denomina tions of tho Christian religion in Amer ica The diversity of thought runs tho gamut from tho Mormons who believe in plural marriages to the Shakers who do not believe jn marriage nt all from the Episcopalians with their vested choirs to the Primitive Baptists who do not use an organ or other instrument in their services from the elaborate masses of the Catholics to the silent meetings of the Quakers from the highsalaried min isters of the Unitarians to tho workers in the Salvation Army who servo for a pittance According to tho census there arc 31143443 members of the various churches in tho United States Of this number how many real Christians aro there How to Remain Young To continue young In health and strength do as Mrs N F Rowan McDonough Go did She says Three bottles of Klcctrlo BItters cur ed mo of chronic liver and stomach trouble complicated with such an un healthy condition of tho blood that my skin turned rod as llannol I am now practically 20 yours younger than be fore I took Electric Dlttors I can now do all my work with case and assist In my husbands store Guar anteed at Pennys Drug Store Price Qo Gen W IL Gentry of Fayotto coun ty proposes to organize a Bluegrass Country Club composed of Kentucky gentlemen to attend tho Jamestown Exposition in a body It is intended to recruit the club from Central Kentucky and when they proceed to tho exposi tion each member will wear a broad brimmed sombrero on his head and a tuft of bluegrass in his buttonhole No Case on Recprd There is no onso on record of a cough retold resulting in pneumonia or con uraptlon after Foloys Honey and Tar Ins been taken as it will stop your iough and break up your cold quickly Befuso any but tho genuine Fo oys Honey and Tar In a yellow pack igo Contains no opiates and is safe tad sure U L Penny I hear you and Jones have been out hunting Yesjust got back Did you have any luck- I should say I did Jones only hit- mo once Cleveland Leader Cunningham of the Ten lessee Lejislaturo charges that tho been corrupted by the Cumberland Telephone q NEWS NOTES A M Neeley sheriff of Owsley county Is dead of consumption Henry Nelson a Hardin county biga mist was given three years in the pen itentiary Gans and Nelson have been matched to meet at Ely Nev on July 4 for a 30000 purse- Outbreak of n feud is feared in Letch cr county as a result of tho shooting ol Harry White by John Boggs By the caving in of a sewer ditch at Statcsvillc N C six colored men were buried alive under tons of dirt Mrs Frank Carnes and her daugtci Mary were burned to death in a prairie fire on their farm in Indian Territory- At least two lives wcro lost and sev eral persons are missing as a result ol the terrific blizzard that swept over Cape Baton A Virginia jury has acquitted James and Phillip Strother accused of the murder of their brotherlnlaw William F Bywators Senor Don Ramon Pina the new Spanish Minister to the United States has arrived nt Washington to enter upon his duties The general store of the Henry Clay Coal and Coke Company at Hcllicf Pike county was set on fire and blown up by unknown persons Mayor Schmitz pleaded not guilty to the charges of extortion against him at San Francisco His codefendant Ab raham Iluef is still in hiding Traillc was delayed on tho L N railroad near Guthrlo by a heavily loaded freight train wrecking in a nar row cut The cut was filled deep with coalJudge M M Redwine of Sandy Hook says he will positively have nothing to do with the trial of the Hargis and others for the murder of Dr Cov Former Senator Ralph Burton oft Kansas whose jail sentence will soon bo completed will return to his old home at Abilene and found u weekly newspaper One of tho 13 10000 bills stolen from tho Chicago Subtreasury in the great 173000 robbery has been present ed to and cashed by the Bank of Eng land In London Joel Flannery one of tho oldest and bestknown citizens of Owslcy county was found dead not far from his home noar Buck Creek It is believed he died of heart failure Miss Clara Burchman the beautiful young daughter of Dr J F Burchman of Cincinnati was instantly killed by falling down ono of tho elevator shafts at the Mercantile Library Building having fallen 11 stories Suits have been filed at Lexington against more than 3000 of the former stockholders in the American Reserve Bond Company to recover from them money which they received as dividends on their holdings Sergeant John A Griffin of the North cavalry who on Christmas WOO shot and killed Corporal Herbert Tay lor of the same regiment in tho mess hall at Fort Sheridan has been found guilty of manslaughter at Chicago John Smith charged with complicity in the murder of Dr B D Cox was released from jail at Jackson on appli cation for a writ of habeas corpus filed before a County Magistrate it being held that Judge Carnes could not order him to be held after a motion by the Commonwealth to file away the indictment against Smith Out of his own pocket George W Perkins has refunded to tho New York Lifo the 50000 campaign contribution made to the Republican National Committee in tho 100C campaign Perkins paid the money for the company at the request of President McCall and afterward was paid from the company funds This use of tho corporations money was criticised in the insurance investi gationsA from Sergeant says that Thackcr Rico and Speed and Elijah Bailey brothers were killed in a des perate fight in a boat when crossing the Middle Fork of tho Kentucky river With them was John Ellsmore A dispute had arisen between Ellsmore tad Rice whereupon the Bailey brothers took sides with Kice Ellsmore without warning whacked Rico on the head with an oar and then a battle with pistols and knives followed Ells more himself badly wounded finally reached shor- eRheumatic Pains Relieved B F Crocker Esq now 81 years of age and for 20 years justice of the peace at Murtlnsvlllo Iowa says un terribly alUlctcd with sclatlo rheu autism In my loft arm and right hip I have used three bottles of Chamber Iains Pain Balm and it did me lots of good For sale by All Druggists ON the suggestion of a friend we arise to move that hereafter the Cou rierJournal bo permitted to name tho county for the change of venue in the Hargis cases and the Herald that In tho Powers case Frankfort Journal HUSTONVILLE D C Allen shipped a car of hose to Cincinnati Friday for which he paid GJ to CJc Wm Speed and wife of Stanford are guests of Mr and Mrs D S Carpenter The union prayer meeting at thi Presbyterian church will be lead bj Rev Clarence Daniels All invited A splendid 200acro blue grass farm 21 miles from town on pike for sale a bargain Address box 82 Huston ville Ky- Clayton Montgomery of Mt Salem lost three fingers on his right hand last week while working at the saw mill of J J McKinney Rev S B Landers subject next Sun day morning Thy Kingdom Come Evening Wandering Sheep All cordially invited to attend The subject of Rev Clarence Dan iels sermon Sunday morning Chris tian Liberty It Evening Heavenly Helpers A cordial welcome to all Lost strayed or stolen about Feb 25 a dehorned Jersey cow with large sheep bell on Reward for her return or in formation leading to her recovery J F Grubbs Rev Jackson of Pelham Ga has been called by tho Baptist church here lIe is a fine scholar and an able pastor and If ho accepts will bring his family hero in the Spring Turner White and Thomas who were trailed down by Lair Browns bloodhounds for robbing Combest Carsons store at Phil were tried at Liberty and given a year each in tho pen Howard Camnitz joined the Pittsburg team in Cincinnati Monday They go to West Baden Springs one week and thence to Hot Springs for three weeks returning to Cincinnati April 11th D J Newburn has returned from a is trip through Casey Russell and Pulaski counties and returning home by Middle burg says the pike from there to McKinney is tho worst road ho struck The grip is gradually releasing its hold upon the victims in this commun- Ity Their hope and prayer is come again no more Mrs C P Brown Mrs J W Hoskins aro both Improving Peavyhouse who is attending State College Lexington after passirg a splendid examination came home for a few days visit to his parents Will is a promising youth and a fine scholar and will make a distinguishing mark in tho world E S Powell is the owner of a very fine colt that is destined to lead the van with blue ties for many seasons Its form and carriage are perfect and barring accidents it will doubtless lead the long list of its princely sire Dignity Dare Mr Powell refused 175 for It Tho C W B M met at the home of Rev and Mrs Daniels Thursday last Mrs McCormack as secretary brought out many good things in regard to the Childrens Work which was the sub ject of the lesson Tho social hour was greatly enjoyed Delightful refreshments were served to tho visitors and members present Tho members are greatly encouraged in having Brother and Sister Daniels with them and hope with their help to make n success of this years work Cause StowmacTroubles When u man has trouble with his stomach you may know that he Is eating more than ho should or of some article of food or drink not suited to his ago or occupation or that his bowels are habitually constipated Take Chamberlains Stomaoh and Liver Tablets to regulate the bowels and Im prove tho digestion and seo if the trouble does not disappear Ask for u rreo sample Sold by All Drug gists Tho library at tho British museum which now contains between 3000000 and 4000000 volums is the largest in apItheque Nalionale Paris and it is in teresting to note that for the accommodation of this immense number of books upward of 43 miles of shelves are required Found at Last J A Harmon of Llzomore West fa says 1At last I have found the perfect pill that never disappoints me and for tho benefit of others alllleted with torpid liver and chronic constipation will say Take Dr Kings Now Life Pills Guaranteed satisfac tory 25o at Pennys Drug Store White railway mail clerks have pro tared a protest against being assigned Cor duty in tho same cars with Negro clerks on long runs where tho men hnvo to live and eat together Tho department will be requested to transfer tho to other runs Locked from their church by a member of the Northern Presbyterian action Cumberland Presbyterians of lussellvillo were unable to hold a ser vlco which they had planned for Two churches of other denominations were endered for their use DANVILLE KY j j SPRING iSUMMER Dry Goods We have been very busy for tho list 10 days receiving anti opening ninny shipments ot NEW SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS andnow have oil sale a very full anti interesting stock Wo also want to correct an error which we find is very common and that the idea that everything is so much HIGHER W6 admitriot the market is high and getting worse but we foresaw the advances and wherever it was possible we contracted for our goods last year For this reason we can promise you almost everything nt last years prices except Cottons and such goods You should take the time now to look over the new goods and it will pay you this season more than ever to buy early New Tailored Suits We have already received one hundred and twentyfive new Tailored Suits andmore coining in every day These are all at prices from 81 350 to 75 and represent the cream of this seasons styles in shapes materials colors and trimmings Fine Voile Suits a specialty20 and up We will take pleasure in showing these garments Why not buy now while you get a full selectionWash Goods We are showing hundreds of pieces of qjcquisite novelties in Wash Goods nt very moderate prices Many exclusive Styles which can not be had later Special values in Wash Materials at 12c 15c 20c and 25c More than 150 pieces of A F C Toile du Nord and Bates Ginghams nt 12c 40inch I I Liuon D Inde ut 1- 5cNew White Goods Hundreds of pieces of New White Goods at every price from lOc to 75c yard Special lines of new White Checks Plaids and Blacks at 12c 15c 20 and 25c now much in demand for Waists and Dresses We bought all our Linen Lawns last Summer at a big sav ing in price over present prices and in no case will we charge more than we did last year We have them in 36inchwidth at 25c 30 35 40c and up to 175 AllOver NetsrThere will bo nil enormous demand fur these and we have prepared for it with a big stock of choice designs in 45inch Nets from 75e and up Clunoy Laces und Medallions and all other kins of Laces suitable for trimming Nets i ap ttffvtaJMj DANVILLE KY s UThe Interior Journal C WALTON rEl ItM F NORTH I1a enndldnt for n oI LIncoln county nnhjoct to tho action the uoino trIO party J T ROBERTS It ncnmlldnto for Mnglgtrnto In the flrnb to theDistrictOrchard otlonol the democratic party Democratic TIcket For U S Senator J C W Deck hamFor GovernorS W Huger For Attorney GeneralJohn K Hendricks For State Superintendent of Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South k TrimbleFor H M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert Vreeland For Treasurer Ruby Laftoon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenaulti JOHN ALEXANER DOWIE the founder of Zion City and selfstyled Elijah II died at Shiloh House in that place Sat- urdayt morning His death was unex pected Overseer Voliva who succeed ed Dowie as the head of the church in a statement declared that the death of- the former leader would not affect the future of the church in any way nndc that all bitter feeling would now dis appear The following is a brief hIsto- ry of Dowie during the past 16 years 1890Arrives in Chicago and preaches in streets 1903 Opens big headquar ters in Michigan Avenue 1899Wldc ens following and Is mobbed often 1001c Starts Zion City industries and de Glares himself to be Elijah tho Restorer 1902Begins Mexican and Texas colonization plans and financial troubles become pressing 1003 Leads host to Gotham in receivers hands 1904 Takes mission trip around world takes title of First Apostle on his return 1905 Stricken with paralysis goes to West Indies 1906 Makes Voliva deputy general overseer repudiated re turns to Zion City starts court fight 1907Dies March 9 rONE of the most praiseworthy acts of the lately deceased Congress was the passage of a bill making a liberal appropriation for marking the graves of Confederate soldiers It shows that a common country is willing to recognize the gallant fellows who died for the cause they loved and believed to be just and to accord them credit for hon- estY of purpose The bad feelings engendered by the war of 40 years ago are fast being eradicated thanks to the healing virtue of time BUILDING and loan associations have nearly disappeared in Kentucky but they still flourish in the East New York for instance has 262 whose assets exceed 43000000 whose receipts last year were nearly 29000000 and whose borrowing members number 22000 Trust companies have taken the place of the associations here to a great extentP- ROVEN dead to rights that he solic ited a bribe for his vote to grant a franchise a Pittsburg councilman was sentenced to pay a fine of 500 and giv en three years in jail There are so many rascals of this sort who go un whipped of justice that the catching conviction and caging of this Pittsburg specimen is particularly noteworthy TilE Kentucky State Journal Frank fort always outdoing its competitors has added a magazine section which is as pleasing to the old folks as it Is tickling to the children The funny section as the children call it is the while the fashvery best we have seen ion pages for women is all that can be desired IT is but a little over a month now before the Jamestown Exposition opens Therefore if you want to have Ken tucky properly represented it is high time you were getting busy with your money See Judge James P Bailey and help tho good cause with ns liberal a contribution as you can conveniently make TilE State of New Jersey evidently thinks that silence is golden John Keen now serving his second term from that State inthe Senatehas never participated in the debates and now Frank 0 Briggs who never made a speech succeeds John F Dryden who was another silent Senator TEDDY sent 30 odd special messages to Congress during its last session but diligent search fails to discover a single suggestion of economy in expenses lie seems to be always for the old flag an appropriation HON REED SMOOT is well thought of at his home in Utah if many of theI Senators did vote to unseat him A brass band and hundreds of the citizens met him at the train and gave him a royal reception Wm West has been appointed post master at Lay Knox county f r ar4 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES paralIlysisBoyle section of Casey is dead Lancaster business men aro trying to establish laundry plant there John Sanders of the Gilpln neighborhood of Casey is dead aged 77 Noel Jean bought the Mrs Mary Lit lard home in Danville for 3000 John Silvers aged 40 is dead in the Skaggs Creek section of Rockcastlc J W Thurman a former Danvillo citizen is dead in Lexington aged 7G William Hunter who killed Sherman Kersey in Jessamine was given six years in the penitentiary Henry Inman has resigned his position in Somerset Farmers hank and accepted his former place with Southern Express Co Somerset Republican Six saloon men in Richmond were ar rested on charges of buying registration certificates to be Used at the local option election tq be held next week Tho fight between the Prohibition and saloon factions is d hot one Saloonkeepers of Richmond closed their doors voluntarily for the four days remaining until the local option election to demonstrate to the residents of that city what it means to bo without places where liquor can be bought Lcander Bailey aged 10 years was killed by the discharge of an old army pistol which was dug up on a farm in Laurel county after having been buried perhaps 40 years The charge and the cap retained their power and when a hammered tho cap the powder was exploded At a conference between Barbourville citizens and members of tho Board of Education of the Methodist Church of Kentucky at Cincinnati it was tided to expend 50000 in this erection if two new buildings at Union College One of the new structures will be an administration building to replace the one destroyed by fire and the olherI will be a boys dormitory Plans were approved and the contract for construe tion was let to a Knoxville firm The two buildings will be complete by next September Each will be three stories in height and each will contain a basement running the entire length of the structure Barbourville contributes 10000 and the Board of Education 40000 for the undertakings rraPOLITICAL i Senator Hemenway was in consultation with the president about three Indiana postoffico jobs that have stirred up considerable trouble in the State ExGovernor Montague of Virginian an address at Harvard said that there is no place in our National Gov ernment for private or personal ven geance William R Hearst is stated to be seriously ill at his home in New York City and all engagements for him to address public assemblages have been canceled A series of changes are imminent in the consular service of the Government which will be determined under the ap plication of the new law fostered by Secretary of State Root Gov Folk of Missouri has signed the bill levying a tax of 25 cents on each transaction of grain stocks cotton etc for future delivery for the benefit of the road fund Senator Depew and Champ Clark have nominated Theodore Roosevelt for president again each asserting that he is the only man in sight for the place Mr Clark said the president can not be elected for a third term if nominated Charles C McChord paid to Sam T Spalding committeeman in charge3 000 as his entrance fee in the primary to select a Democratic nominee for Railroad Commissioner in the First district Ibis the first candidate to pay R P Ernst chairman of the Repub ican State Central Committee of Kentucky held a consultation with President Roosevelt in Washington during which he convinced the President that the Republicans have a chance to carry Kentuckv coming State election and the President promised to aid all in his power Saved Her Sons Life The happiest mother In tho little town of Ava Mo is Mrs S Ruppeo She writes One year ago my son was down with such serious lung trouble that our physician was unable to help him when by our druggists ad- vIce I began giving him Dr Kings New Discovery and I soon noticed improvement I kept this treatment up for H few weeks when ho was perI fectly well Ho has worked steadily since at carpenter work Dr Kings New Discovery saved his life Guaranteed best cough and cold euro by Pennys Drug Store COc and 81 Trial bottle free Oil operators in the Kentucky field are playinga waiting game and but done except the regular reduction in Wayne and other established fields Teter Salt Rheum and Eczema These are diseases for which Chamberlains Salvo Is especially valuable It quickly allays the itching and smarting and soon effects a cure Price 25 cents For sale by All Druggists ft r ttr MATRIMONIAL Harry Sommers editor of the Eliza bethtown News was married at Smiths Grove to Miss Eula FrazerIMr and Mrs W J Brown celebrated their wooden wedding last Thursday night at their pretty homo on Harveys Hill Somerset Times Mrs Virgil Hart a bride of only six months and 15 years old shot herself in the left breast at her home in Pa- ducah She told the attending physicians that it was done accidentally The little town of Sanders in Carroll county practically was wiped oiit by fire which destroyed six frame store buildings in the business section of tho town The loss is estimated at 25000 with 6000 insurance An imposing naval display largely of cruisers of the various nations will bo witnessed at tho Jamestown Exposition according to advices received at Wash ington from the different Powers Farm for Sale or Rent Good fnrm of for nfiiuvit nnt Irenewreldenteantiniln- rceaellry outbuilding In good repair Term prlvnto AUilr w KClOVKIMIor bin Ky or on U flower on the plnct D J SMITH DEALER INC onoral Merchandise and Country Produces CILBERTS CREEK KY Spend aI11llfUouJ looting ever the HENRY BOSCH COM PANY WALL PAPER umplM at jour own hornIttInu eomforUblr In your tsar chair Toucan make a better election that way than by ransacking the itons YOB M Ute whet IIIItho dory latest dwlcna th lordleat tlnti and richest color Seta Including Imported patterns KT 7tUnK goat in wall papers la the Bosh line n tesmaaJ too7aa pet tho lowst New TorkChlcaco PncWill rim with Bach Sampler any hoar yon name Look them orerto your hMrts con tootoot the lotobltntfam to Ifa our war of drrtAatr the cIa wall raven House Painting And Craning Charlie Stewart Stanford Ky DE WCrjETS DE 111MMERS NOTICE I Wo want every person thnt U lillllclrd with rlirumntUiii trouble or any illAfimc nrttliiR from urebinotitotry u pnckaKUof our tnl1llllrdnmwdklIellltlJIr wo IIIIt to directions or your money will l re funded Knoli pnoknKU nil doc with n For wile l y IrItlltlalnsAgouticiiltinry Ky NOTICEAny out needing n Union Jnek nmlJlWIro Htretehnrciin leave their order with Nowlnncl nt Htnnfonl Ito hue one he will how you and take your order iiiul will III the on short notice 1IT IUNHKOItl PUBLIC SALE I will still nt public niirtlun nt my plnce tear llowlnml mi- TlltWHDAY MAKOH 1I1W7 III farm of or nerve houo ot S rooms In gootlrrmlrSbnrnanlldullnltoaaryout ImlldliiHs two wells on lIrlll grit oxiMiut norm loot orolinnl tm Innnliigimplementsloutholdnndkhchrnturnlluru Mill MHrt MAUTIIA ottTON Cot J V hll lid ktr Auct Valley View Sanitarium A 1rlvate Homo for tlietrentmrntofMen tnl Nervous and Itmmlc onlori Hpeclnl nttciitlon Is to lilt t II lit 0 Alco holic mind Drue Hnlilts We trent Ix omo tor Axtniln Pnlnlyte IhronU Hlnuinii tumvto iiicchiinlotlly uormllr Mnnlp olntlon In UrthoH llv Huriivry Ixxxklloii retlrwl nnil fnlnlirlous irounils exttnnlvo IbnruM rwikonnlile Thirty mlnuti ride from Kountnin 8 iuiiro Uinclnnntt for lute V1KW HAN1TAIUUM tort TtHimixs Ky VITAE O E Mothers Natures forthe Ills of Mankind rain Killer Oerm Muoyr nlruue lion Isbvr lllmKl Vltnllier Hnilth and HtrvnRtli Ittstorer N H Bogie Jinrkobury Kentucky General Agent IRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic ture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Patter Mr E T Bearley has charge of tho Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 160 or 133 DEqWS DEfiLES Stock of above now complete Call and see them o4 GEORGE H FARRIS Old Hickory Wagons for Sale by E T Pence COlVxwG Y The tinge is coming when you will enjoy a good bath moro thnn anything on a hot afternoon Country folks you can enjoy this luxury almost a necessity as well as town people It will actually be cheaper for you will not have to pay for water Seel S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber aai 1 aC x k c S t J ads wr sr aw nF t Extra Good By ttraining it a little will apply to tho boys and their tots tiu tfJa1164 really rofora to tho J4V t J Style Quality and Price of the Boys Clothes 4 we eell Our first shipment is Just in Tho Boys will like theta mill tho f Mothers will liko thorn and that means a grout den These llttlo Mcni Suits ruts in sizes from I to 17 years iiiSniloru Hiwinn ItloiiM Italtal Nor folks stud DoubloUrcaitctl Coats with plain and Knickcrlwukor Trouwrf PRICE 250 TO 750 It its too early for you to purclmH wo would bo glad for you to look at these garments now for wo believe our attortmont will ho tho best Stnnford 1has ever shown H J AtcROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY No Better Cough Remedy is Made than Our Compound Syrup White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky 1ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO ITRADI MAR I ih LYNE BROS Crab Orchard DruggistsjAt this ncnion nt tilt your wo recommend nccordlnelto our hountlioltl remctllvii l ynui Hyruii White for con Uhocolnto Quinine Ooinpound Fi b etA fnrOOltlaII6ed Pill for till Lhur and Htoumlch tIIrh pity or lint We are sole i ants fur thu Orlglnn Urlgh llIhlen Rye wldelt is Irr on n ndthegunrunteobyucolsonccortlln to our for crnnulntptl lrleahr iwclalty Coiijunitlval lit OPlhlllllllll1JryglulII Hcrofuloull Hom ty t VnkKypn 1rUo only oAi u d resting for Horti of all kInd umciimlvd pain vour House I j Dont your house need a fresh coat 4 of paint Spring is nearly here and it certainly would add greatly t to its appearance We have the t Ibest ReadyMIxed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD DRUG CO t IC oiIo h aLtch rhis SpaLce e t eekMr Will Severance writes T D Raney that he will return from New York about March 15th where he has bought one of the largest lines of Dry Goods he has ever had including a big line of the latest things in Suits Skirts and Shirt Waists Some of the goods have already arrived We will be ready to show our Curtains the latter part of this and the first of next week The largest and finest line ever brought to Stanf- ordSEVERANCE I SON STANFORD KENTUCKY BTANKOUD ICY MAIK u 12 190 WE havo received a big supply of Comic and Leather Post Cards Icn nys Drug Store PERSONALS MnvJ E LYNN remains in ir crltlcnl conditionMn ALCOUN is nt London on legal buslnesi Mils TIIOMAK D BBHT of Uiu VOltI End is dangerously ill Mn J W WILLIAMS is visiting rela tives nt Crutlewood Va DR W N CIIAIO and family returned to Mlddlosboro Friday Miss NETTIB BECK is 4 homo frum Knoxvlllo quito indisposed bins LOUISE TATE has returned from irviiit to relatives nt Lebanon MISSKS KitBN HALLOU and Borln Jean Penny spent Saturday in Cincii natl MRS CHESTNUT of KockcastI mother of Mrs W J Uerrin is her guest MR L A IBTTUS of Korea was hero Sunday with his sister Mrs Jai P CumminsMn J H DUNN of Gar rant were guests of the family of Mr J L Tottcn MRS L it HUGHES is at ML Vcr I w non with her mother Mrs P L Thorn lon who is quite sick MR It L PORTER JR of Yam craw Whitley county came up Friday to visit the homcfolks Mn AND MRS J S MOIILEY returned yesterday from Nelson county whero Mrs Moblcys mother is ill MRS W WORSHAM of Corbin WBI tho guest of her parents Mr and Mn J F Cover in tho Turnersville section MRS ERNEST WARREN came down from Middlesboro Friday to visit her parents Eld and Mrs Joseph Ballot GEORGE SMITH who was shot by Jim Tall some 10 days ago was able to como down from Mrs W G McUceaycstci day MRS J ROY B HOSE and son nnd Mr J H Held of Corbin passed up to Hustonvillo Saturday to spend a rew days THE Misses Straub have returned from Louisville where they spent scv oral days catching on to the latest style in millinery MRS ED WILKINSON is in Casey at J the bedside of her father Mr John W Moore who was somewhat improved nt last accounts MR T J NORTH county attorney of Uaylor county Texas to with his par cnts lIon and Mrs M F North In tho West End- COLEMAN MOORE of tho Green the section is ill of typhoid fever Dr T H Singleton who was hero from Mc Kinney Monday informed us MRS WILLIAM VANDIVIER was calls to Lexington Wednesday by the seriou illness of her sister Mrs P Green who has pneumonia HarrodsburR Her old C K McCoRMACK of McKinney was registered at the Newtonian Mrs J E Claunch and children are visiting I her parents in StanfordSomersci TimesLITTLE Miss KATHERINE IENZEI Jwent up to Crab Orchard Saturday p visit the family of Mr J C Bailey From there she will go to Knoxvlllo tc spend somo time liON HARVEY HELM and sister oi Stanford were hero Saturday for a few v hours Harvey as ho is affectionately called by his legion of friends Is always given a warm reception in Lan caster as no man is more highly thought ho will makeThatpeopleof by our an excellent record in Congress there is not tho possibility of a doubt Lancas ter Record the efficient instructor ofyathletics for Y M C leave to the local engage newspaperwork Hari his only fellows the world and of tho is but in keep the last word in his name Ing with tho stato of his intellect and- Frankfort Journal his sunny disposition andor MrBright n son f Mrs iiVc Bright of Danville LOCALS FOR RENT Cottage on Mill Street J H Baughman Co t JAPAN OLIVE SoArthe best on the market G Singleton FOR SALE 200 bushels of nice clean cultivated hemp seed W G Gooch Paint Lick Phono 171 A Lancaster exchange 1IV A TYREB will hold an old fiddler contest ut Brodhead Friday night next TAKE n peep nt Pennys pretty tobacco window It is an artistic piecework of FOR SALE Eightroom resIdence good outbuildings and two acres of bland L Edrington Hustonville Ky SOME skunk shot into Dr R L Da vlsons houso the other night Fortu- nAtely nobody was struck by the buUct WALTER DISTKU a clever German aged 30 died in the Ottcnhcim section of pneumonia fever Ho was unma fed FOR SALE Rhode Island Red eggB per 15 Orders booked now will ro ccivo prompt attention Mrs W J Edmiston Crab Orchard Ky HIGHEST cash price paid for chickens eggs scrap iron brass rubber feather hides of all kinds Land Buchnna at Greens shop Somerset St Stan ford ON account of the Greater Louisville Exposition tho L N will sell round trip tickets to Louisville March 18 21 23 25 23 and 50 good until April at 330 rTilE Maywood people are very anx ious for a pike from the Somerset pike to their town and will make an olTort to have the county appropriate part ot tho money to build It Tilt Ladles Aid Society will meet In tho lecture room of tho Christlun church Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock A full attendance is requested as matters of Importance aro to bo attended to WILL caught 150 fine for draw- Ing a pistol on Henry Logan also colored Bob Crater a nephew of Logan took his uncles part and sent a bullet after Lee but missed him Tho shot cost him 50 Mont women wear Queen Quality shoes than any others in all tho world Behind this fact lies a reMontheir Inimitable stylo and superb fitting qualities See our Spring model Cummins McClary PRIMARY MAY 25 TheGarrardcouj ty democrats will hold a primary May 25 to nominate a candidate for Rcpn tentative Tho announced candidate aro Messrs J R Mount and J 0 Do tie It is rumored that Mr James Hamilton will shy his castor in the ring at tho pros time Till Baughman brothers Mefsrs1 lames IIand John S have cxcKhngc tomes tho amount of boot tho latter tavo being private Mr James II Baughman and wife will continue lo reside in Stanford but will travel a goo deal this year Mr B has several arms to look after and ho will spend a portion of his time on them TilE Court of Appeals has affirmed ho decision of tho Lincoln Circus Court in the case of William Kennedy who was jointly indicted with his brother P Faulkner Kennedy for the killing of James Shupe Ho was accorded n cparato trial and upon conviction of voluntary manslaughter sentenced ti 10 years in the State penitentiary Mr icnnedya attorneys Judgo M C aufloy and Mr George B Saufley am lIon Fontaine Fox Bobbitt will asl for a rehearing r IN a fight on jockey row yesterday ftcrnoon Craig Camden slashed Rot IcGlnnis in the shoulder with Ills pocket knife making a wound some ace inches long and two and a hall Inches deep Camden who gave himself up to Sheriff lull was released on 100 bond Ho claims that McGinnis slapped him in the mouth and cursed him and that he believed that ho was trying to got out his weapon when heed his knife Dr Poyton dressed cGlnnls wound and ho was taken to Junction City OUR friend Mr IIShanks is moking a success asa lawyer and his legion of admirers are heartily congratulating him Ho secured his licenso in January and had two cases in the court just ended To his credit bo it said- he won them both Ono of the old law irs of the Stanford bar who saw him conduct both cases told us he has the maklnlt of a fine lawyer A good think er a sound reasoner and a firstrate in and last but by far not least a Christian gentleman there is no reason why he should not reach tho topmost rung his chosen profession SEVERAL cone pulleys for sale at thlll officeS B LEGHORN eggs 1 for set ting of 17 or three settings for 2 Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonvlll Ky MEATS of the tondarost kind deljvo cd anywhere in tho town limits up to oclock In the afternoon Phono your orders to R B Wilkinson the butch cr CIRCUIT COURT expired by limitation Saturday afternoon Whijo the torm was a poor ono for the attorneys con siderablo business of minor Importance was transacted The suit of G W Clunk against It L Burry on u tubas contract resulted in a verdict of 500 for tho plaintiff A Negro boy named Huddleston was acquitted of break ing into a freight car Some civil bus- Iness was disposed of and court adjourned about 330 TilE many friends of Everett Star who learned the art preservative in thl office will bo glad to hear of his can tinued advancement in Lcxingtoi where ho is connected with the Lexini ton Herald After serving his apprenticeship as cub In the composing room ho became very proficient as a linotype machinist Whon the Gazett Lexingtons new afternoon paper stat ed tho latter part of January Ma Learning the foreman of tho HeraU went with it and Everett was made foreman of the Herald at a salary of 25 a week Reports from there aro that ho is making good in this re sponsiblo position r r BY far the largest crowd that has attended the Rink so far was present Friday night and the evening was enjoyed by all On account of the whole Bale firm of Belknap Co Louisville not being able to fill the order the skate supply was exhausted long be fore tho demand was supplied The management has been able to get hold of a few more pairs and tonight it hopes to havo skates for all who apply Tho raised scats havo been removed and nearly 25 per cent more room will be given the whirlcrs Tonight the boys will be given 10 minutes on the start and then ladies and gentle men will havo the floor for 10 minutes and so on throughout the three hours To mako it plainer tho boy will be expected to keep oft of the floor during the ladies 10 minutes unless accompanied by ladies Remember the Rink begins at 7 oclock sharp and that to make certain of getting skates yoi had better como early TilE democratic county committee net pursuant to call yesterday and was railed to order by Chairman James F Iloldam Committeeman W II Shank ntroduced the following resolution Be it resolved by tho Democratic County Executive Committee of Lin join county 1st That a democratic nominee for ho Legislature be nominated by a precinct mass convention and a delegate onvcntlon 2nd That precinct mass convention be held at each voting place in Lincoln county on Saturday April C 1907 at clock P M at said precinct conven ions Delegates are to be selected to scot at a county delegated convention to bo held at Stanford on Monday April 8 1907 at 10 A 3rd That each precinct shall be en tied to one voto for every 50 votes cast tor Harvey Helm for Congress in No ember 190G and for one vote for a traction over 25 cast for said Helm 4th That Stanford precinct No1 to three votes that Stanford preclnt No 2 to three votes that Stanford pro inctNo 3 to 3 votes that Stanford precinct No4 to two votes that Crab rchard precinct No1 to two votes that Crab Orchard precinct No2 to threo votes that Waynesburg precinct No1 to two votes that Waynesburg precinct No 2 to one vote that Way esburg precinct No3 to ono vote that Huatonville precinct No 1 to three votes that Hustonville precinct No2t- o two votes that Hustonvillo precinct No3 to two votes 5 That all democrats aro invited and are expected to participate in said pre net moss conventions Tho motion carried seven to five and wns later made unanimous Those vat- ing for it were W H Shanks T A Ulco George D Weatherford J A ammonds W S Drye J C Magee C M Thompson Those opposing were J H Carter M Carter W R Singleton A C Dunn and J W Guest r Tim only thing done in tho county court yesterday save the routine work was tho probating of W S Thompson will j Bn1CKMoeeers LA Fariss and J R Powell are making arrangements to open a brick yard here on an oxtensh scale NEW Carpets Rugs Druggets Mat tings Wall Paper Lace Curtains Dren lin Shades Etc just received at Trib blo Pences 21 WANTED MEN Salary 16 to 20 per week Call for R S Miller next Wednesday and Thursday March 13 and 14th at the St Asaph Hotel t FOR SALE Fine Blue Grass farm of about 216 acres for sale on best pike in county two miles from Stanford best of improvements and in fine state of cultivation This farm has to be seen to bo appreciated For particulars cnll on or address W T Beck Turnersvill or P L Beck Stanford Ky LooicHughes Swincbroad the real estate and investment men at Lancaster Ky want you to look at tho farms and other property they have for sale Every one knows the fertility of Garrard county soil Hemp tobacc and other crops in abundance For in vestments they can show you 10 per cent and more If you want to sell your farm coal or timber lands or oth cr property write them about it Duy now while you can get the pick and the interest on amount paid down will be taken caro of until possession is given CASEY COUNTY GIRL IN TROUIILE Tho story of the confidence of an Innocent country girl in her city sweetheart her romantic elopement to this city and her desertion by the man who tired her to her ruin was told this naming by Miss Josie Wheeler or liberty Casey county Ky to Chief ot olice Gunther and Mayor Paul C Barth Jnder promise of marriage according to tho young woman she was lured his city by Jesse Dryer whom she says she had known for two years and who had long ago become engaged to nanny her Dryer told the girl he was- a salesman in Cincinnati and on Sunday lost called at her home Ho urged her to elope with him but tho girl was reluctant to leave On Tuesday norning she consented to his plan am aking 25 in cash her savings accom anicd tho man to this city arriving here about 7 oclock in tho evening Jess took me to the Broadway Hotel tho girl said between sobs this morning then telling her story and he told me- wo would 10 married the next morning lie left mo about noon Wednesday tak ng my money with him as he told me It would be better for him to carry it I havent seen him since Tho girl old of her plight to tho hotel people this morning and was directed to the Mayors office A stranger in the cit was without funds and Mayor Bam urnishcd her with transportation tc unction City the nearest station to her home The girl left for ome this morningLouisville Times The street car men of Louisville arc on a strike PUBLIC SALE Having sold my arm I will soil nt public 8ullOon TUERnAYA17t1L 111007 tIl following dl8crJllEII property Woven Cllttll 1 and 8 yeur old llrt2 yenr oldholy 10 calvei yearling bull IIlne 4wiSandinntbatwo husks live good rood mans three in two by Hiirrlii ncktho other by liU hOrlt KinG Kugle live work mules two or them metro mules 5 and year old IS hand high the others borne old two yearling homo 1nrllnghorloOohhlulttlnt brown old by lrelon one tWO rcarold II Iv olddtiit nnd out of Sliver king mare from of her brothers or latent were ever told for It mi than USD to loou often maturity ono 8 nrold hone by CJoldduxt mud out or HI- Iyor King neon tame in almve om 6yenr ohl Ool dust harness mare not afraid itamoblle or iteiim extra nice nice lIu ono thoroughbred siyiitoliniaand ulmut UiIeK good feet oak luillbtr- slatingofboxnngfnunteng and tenclnR alunrceItondy loslal9postLihllrnls hllrrel lots mud purchuerS wilt be IIholl- IlrtlhIIO to nil 2r barrels UK W bmlieU wheat 10IUI toUicca Frailer cart8t1cks earring buggy wagon two horse iKOMViieti wagon hariiesi Ml buggy I1l1rl1l8 Hlot i low roller Ueerlng blnderlItd two enonsI UhRin plan mow two stnsone Dlau harrow livecr riling plows two smoothing burrows two corn IhulltJr twohorse cultlviitor hr corn lr and In fact alt kinds of fllnnln itnplements uece nry to carry on- rllrl1lnll n Nil HLn8 box1 I run for clllolul all kinds of r platform Icnle rind numerous other things too 11d- lon8 to mention Term made known lRY ut sale Hal begin promptly nt oclock JOHN FOASHTnrnerivllloKy lolJ VOliandlerAuct S +++++ ++ ++ iE Z UpIoDIeAT Goods I I orrr v Y err W IIThis PricesIis what we have Our Goods are + Date but the prices we are IJptoIon them are the Same Old that were asked several seasons ago notwithstanding the present high wholesale price on all merchandise We just received a case of India Lin ens at old prices and we are going to give you advantage of same They are Extra Good Values Prices from 5 to 25c per yard We also have a large supply of Calico at 5 and 6c per yard Same Calicoes are quoted at from 5 12 to 6 l2c at wholesale L MHUE 1 CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House i STANFORD KENTUCKY I- tFIELD J SEEDSQ- nly The Best rW E Perkins Crab OrchardI HUGH MURRAY Exclusive Designs in Silverware andJewelryDiamondsWatches and Clocks My stock is equal to many of the large city stores x Our reputation for reliable Opti cal Work is unsurpassed The Jeweler DANVILLE KY p The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice al Stanford al- Mond slau maker ycausnno TUESDAYS xm FuiDaYSl 5100 PER YEARCASN1 will be charged dI When not so paid KOO L N TIME THBL J No41 Mouth d1YI P31- No a Nouthl2X1 p 3 North lM A e No2NorlhYIT r it JOS S RICE Agont Olympian sprin sWnteriI l to try Olympian prlnlSI You nre urg Nervousness1tb lIInnthnl nnllWnter Ihr Kidney ConstlrtUOlll letter Ask llhulder Trouble It F M Hlm lro r tomct flurletorOlratPtnnBprUlg For Sale Privately acres of land situate eMyboueeandl0 limits on the Seiners iaat and serekitchen7 roomshasIIouwpllul cellar stable and an aeceaaryoutbuildingsyWater hydrant In the yard one J P DAILEYJ A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist TANFORD KENTUCKY Store in Office over McRoberts Drug the Owsley Duildinge INSURANCEW1nd Storm Life andrr Tire Lightning andtheA BKBT Companies Heproieptcd TapingItecs- zd4Onequalled natc I Talk with MAHONY Stanford KentuckU- etldonce 82iPhone No Two Farms For Sale fnrm of liOmyseW privatelyto1 wish Lessi on theWest ofmileurel1I and haImprovedweningtou Is panty of water and rtlmlrIand In an unlmlroved farm and lextyingmidway betwlCn Lnnoaltur lalonpikes Oood outlet cacti wny Nee- lkneed reasonable lark bury K- yBoone Walls Successors to B D Carter Liverj Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Attention Given Commercial Me- nUotalingsat lleasonnblo Kiiltu Stock Pens In Connection gIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buyrendyntndeolothtngwhenthen- II so little made suits uiida suit miulo to your nieasur taken by on experienced tiitlor Ito ll handsome theanestdnlusuitetIeoOvercoatsTrous line of Hprlng Hummer goods I ers and Fancy resent Is second to none HO KUPLKY The Tailor rttnuford Ky JnHES Me PHILLIPS- STANFORD KY DKALEB Ut Building Material of all klnda Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build flors1 Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build Sag purposes and do all kinds of concrete work Prices on application e e aT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesaSaddlery C S TANFORD KENTUCKY OQce Phono 167 Dome Phone IS JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm erstAlso Dealers in Furniture MattingaRugg Tho will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right 1TA3FORD KENTUCKY t Fui t FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fon SALE Reftistcred Duroc boar R II Crow Shelby City Ky 4t Wanted to rent somo first class hemp land Robert Ford Moreland Smith Powell Jr sold to Mackin or Lebanon a combined horse for 175 J C Popples sold to B D I10llzclaw 140 barrels of corn at 250 at tho crib G D McCollum of Junction Clly sold to S A Moore a bay filly for 210 The Mercer county tobacco men will give a big barbecue at lIarrodsburg May FOR SALEJersey cow Rood milker and butter maker Rev P T Smith Moreland Seven barrows will weigh 100 IJOunds upward for sale W 0 Walts Maywood M Ii Eubanks sold to Stigall Bra Boyle a fouryearold jack 15 hands high for 500 Rod Warfield of Elizabcthtown sold at auction at Franklin Tcnn 24 rough mules at 173 T G McWilliams of Pulaskl sold to i Danville party here yesterday a fam- Ily mare for 150 Lost between Stanford and HustonI villa sack of orchard grass seed Re ward T B Hammonds Fon RENT20 acres of land to go in Tats Cash rent F M Murphy olrl Curtis place on Danvillo pike S W Burkos combination sale at unction City was n success hors veraged 125 and mules 175 The enterprising citizens of Salvis Mercer county have subscribed 5000 toward building a canning factory- A dust bath almost every day is nc- ssary to the health and happiness of a hen and she should have it says an ex ertFOR SALEEleven twoyearo eight of them mares and three horse good ones J W Hughes More land FOR RENT10 acres of land tp go in oats Will rent for onethird of crop i shock renter to furnish everything M Murphy Stanford Good pair horse mules for sale Six and seven years old sound and good pullers Price 275 M P Rou larksbury Aberdeen Angus bull and Dan jersey boar ready for service Both subject to register J 0 Carpenter lustonvilie 4U FOR RENT35 or 40 acres of good iver bottom corn land for rent ash or on shares S B Buchanan Crab Orchard W L Cannon and J G Whallen of Voodford sold in Louisville about 33 000 pounds of tobacco at an average of nearly 14 cents B D Holtzclaw sold to will Cordier 83 ewes at 7 to Newland d Catron 25 extra good ones at 9 and to D W Lynn 86 at 750 American Wire Fence and all kinds of farming implements lime cemen Mastering etc for sale Hunn Coffey Moreland Ky FOR SALEA lot of extra cultivate hemp seed absolutely free from rape J T Hackley Stanford Ky Phone 491 Danville exchange Franklin county Burley tobacco growers have bought a lot and will erect n rge warehonse in which to prepare tobacco for the market Sheep and cattle men in Norther Vyoming are engaged in war and half of a drove of 8000 sheep were killed In a raid by the cattlemen Because officers of the Woodfor bank at Versailles who are farmers pledged their crops to the Burley Tc bacce Society the trust withdrew Its deposits from that bank High prices during the present season have caused farmers in the Burlo tobacco district to plan increased aere- age in 1907 and it is feared by those interested in the A S of E that the trust will be benefited by the additions production STANFORD COURTThere were about 200 cattle on the market yesterday and- most of them changed hands Prices ranged from 2 to 4Jc the latter prices being for some choice stuff Reid 8 Allen sold a bunch of calves at some heifers at 310 and a bunch of- very plain cattle at 3c Good horses and mules were in demand at big prices A good crawd was in town and the day- WIUI a busy one generally Do Not Crowd the Season The flrsfwarm days of spring bring wllh them a desire to get out and enjoy the oxhiliratlng air and sunshine Children that have been housed up all Winter aro brought out and you won- del where tLey nIl came from The heavy Winter clothing Is thrown ashlo- and many shed their ilannels Then cold wave comes and people say tha- tgrpls epidemic Colds atthts season are Oren more dangerous than In midwinter as there Is much more danger of pneumonia Take Chamberlains Cough Remedy however and you will- hnvo nothing to fear It always O1rAi- Iand we have never known a cold to roo- suit In pneumonia when It was used It is pleasant and safe to take Children like It For sale by All Dru- gists o The Sunset Limited of the Southern Pacific Railroadwas annulled because it was 50 minutes late the annulment being due to the recent order of the- TexlUl Railroad Commission requiring plUlsenKer trains to run within 30 mine schedulesl r fs Given Up to DieIP Spiegel 1201 N Virginia St Evansvlllo 1nl1l writes For over five years I was troubled with kldnoy and bladder affections which oaused mo much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all rundown and a year ago hud to abandon work entirely 1 had three of the Lost physicians who dltl mono good and I waspractically Ithel1 UP to tile Foleys Kidney Cure wnll recommended and tho first bottle gle me great relief and after taking tho second bottle I was entirely cure Why not let It holp you G L Penn Now if Mr Jeromo had gone after those insurance grafters with onohalC tho vigor he has displayed in digging up the unfortunate history of a mise guided and badly advised young girl tho New York penitentiary might now be even moro badly crowdedWm J Bryan in The Commoner A severe cold that may develop Into pneumonia poor night can bo cured quickly by taking Foleys Honey rat It will euro lima most obstlnato racking cough and strengthen y our ungs The genuine is In a cUow lackago G L Penny The Commercial Club of Durkcsvi has sent a committee to Columb Adair county to confer with the Co umbia Commercial Club in regard toI bUilding a pike connecting the two towns The pike would cost about 30 00 There has never been a case of ty hoid fever or appendicitis known to de elop where Whites Diamond BrandI Crab Orchard Water has been used con tantly because it keeps tho wholes tern in perfect order Do not be Imposed upon There aro imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on the market ask your druggist for Whites Genuine Diamond Brand o Emerald Chief a fine saddle stallion wined by J Gano Johnson of Mt Sterling is dead K L Tanner sold a pair of mules here yesterday for 220 Poultry And Eggs Wanted will pny highest market print for Tur cys lulnem and nil other poultry Abo rabbits Will be found constantly my olllc on LancniterHt J K DucUlo manager II Northcott NOTICE 1 I have HI bun for into built pun hltd and mixed dock Trice to suit Am nll looking orders fur vug for hatching frolll ny lllferent fens of pure II mull and not them or write your wants bits W T WIIITK PrvnclHravllle Kv Kalrvlew 1oultry Far THE BLUE GRASS NURSERIE Lexln ffton Ky OlTer fur the f of lurj n Inree lint of tnndurd Krulliiiul Ornainvntnl Trees K TgriensOnilx flues Anprimcuj Hbrul thubnrb and Hiimll Fruits hnvo no Kunts Htruwliurry mid general rntalogu iiiipplleatlonII IIIMKNMimU MONH Central Kentucky ea1EstateExchangdo No IJ acres ollod In the town llmlu 0 owlsQil about seres bottom Itd sail M ern III woodland The pJfI1I well feoitd sod Ier td water work well sod liKrn story frs tick porch sue- erkltcbtnandgoudcellar Oood tern ecd olher neccsjsry outbuilding luclndlnx crib leery etc In 1m repair Icuilcg lint cl us order all wire terra Toll It a Iwsutlf an a desirable home close to town and will Mil cheap on easy term No 7019 scrn ofland twoitory rant cotlig 7 room balls etc Mouse Ii new a lllarden nd tplendld orchanl of our and one halt sere fenelol good twj ttahlei buggy house amok bout etc A guod well on pow There 11110- good mill on the plan a good crusher In mill Irun b natural cower which Is great etvoom- dthedamUloepleouUdnllair This proper iltuted In one of the last taming dlitrlcts ScoualyaluutInules from suoforJ there alVI s ready r Hour sad meal u tool a ground We will sell tblt place for 2400 II II tbarvaln the bolldlo alone mould not Upu up fur lliU money NonA farm of242 hanilionie mod- ero 3 storjr brick rtilUnce nicely furnished aod up to date In every particular tore room ace well located anti rents well This pro uq II low to school In a good commuolty and Ii oni baroltbo00 II There only about 20 acres In culttratloi aod rest in grass Plenty of trine trees tc Tbl II iti Ideal home sod a iplvndld firm Price rein LIe Ha l21out acres of lend I mils Irom- Crab Orcbarlt on Lancaster plkn A good dwell 10f well and all necessary cutblldlnics liars it btonplko This II a good home aud a cheat ce owner of this property lives at fieoder- soo Ky andbasmsdcup his to sell limning mineral water right on plat n bought Ia bargain bee ut lor a price No HOA farm oi 160 acres I mile beyond Me Klooe Lye well well Improved ana right on pike bun U box ttallt heal ild0 andlrlre wq in center I other bum od tenant houses groom brick resident kltcbeo and all other nennary out building Halldlng and fencing In goo1 reoalr plat well- wAlered cliern at hun anti house rand epilogs ec About IM crln grats and the reit In cul 1111100 rrlos81 00000- o TrrJr frame dwelling of six room two hallsranda c well at door and all other outbuildings Also large blackimlth bo i60xaOandshedi lull length of shop and 10 ftt wide This property will be sold st s very facto of 311 acres situated aboutr- 7tnlllrom tflaufotd and I miles from Crab Urcha d on Ibe waters of Cedar Crtek Tae place It cut I- ntu field and can b subdMded About 20- Icreelln cultivation Umber tutllclent to keep Iace nc and onehilf story frame dwelling ulI uii hall porchenetc Two good Ice bUD granrry corn crib etc fat Is well W two good citterns at the door running stream througb tarn All buildings In good shape except ooe Lila feaclng Mr lrico 113 per sere Tenu CUT 10 223Nlca 4 roan cottage and acre ollodl- ocaled about Imlle Irom Shelby City Ths boult- alone wit f300t We will sell tblt plate for f No 20950acres 84 miles Irom Junction City 2 lorT 6 room frame dwelling good barn tribe focludlogInglionplumapplrtlodendldA ooe1ur Place close to churches alld watered mtcllcatal well at houi aoJ- OCk well at barn etc ITlce 13500 t No 7460 acne of land war Junction Cityc- tseyaSelde2acres In eultlTaltuu 110 gra nice young orchard and one of the last bar bon In Kentucky Party sold poundlol grape last year watered and fencing aood to school and churches A twoitory Ix room raruedwellloggoud barn crlba etc allio Rood repair Trice VMW No 151IOU acre aria shout I mile Ibis lid of 8b lby elt room collage J porches No I good tellatunder the kitchen loud barn etancribeta llulldlngi are In good repair an11 the fencing are u lcratr Two springs and pond on puce About 45 acre In lluiotbj od clcnr mt In woodland Price JJ Sf No 1J2SO acre farm U mile of Crab Ortbart Ky Mick dwelling 8 moms two tenant bou two barns well anti spring near dwelling Film In high state ol cultivation 160 acre rivet QUOIO land good tenting fruit 1rlce IIOUO an CB Nor A nlre farm at illghianJ Kw ellimprov eJ wtllwateteJetc Price O- lIu6 acieof Ian on Jame town rod oulh of Dunnvllle 100 acrei cultivation about u acre In timber and rest In grass A large new fume dw1I lag also an old dwelling on puce A new barn wo old ones It la well watered and the fencln good On public rod Price linen No 166A 20 acre lam lying on Ulx ricer DMr Crab Orchard About TOacrealn cul Irallon od U acres In paiturr rut In g timber 75 bMrlog fruit treoe on tbe place t 3adwelling Urdln ry liable and crib ALoutI tenant houses Tho buildings are In waeredby3aeierfallingrings thispa stock farm sod felt No tllOO 00 19e170 acre farm near lluilontllle food dwelling and barn a good portion of thllJIrcould be told for town iota Ii the and building are In loud copol- tlrhhlsonofthebest tarn In the county lb nil Ii rich and will produce hemp etc lrICtl 11300000 TwolWry Iran dwelling 7roonIa- nd o Tcnnda Oood garden hoeing aud hour 10 rood repair For ule or rent 1rlce reaaonable of land U lcKlnNo u and ate acree NecessaryoutbulldtntI Kencllig JIWdRyley on edand well watered plan ermi No 7327 acres of land ilz room to tory dwelling well watered gaud tenting Ii auburbe ol the city ol SaOIO Uraded rhool and churches This is leatnie boo UereasonableNa375roomfnmecoltrgeand one acre 0 snot hotLilleland In ic All building and fencing In good rail IIrIce 9160 l91671i acre ol land cottage of root cal hill sail 2 porehce lood barn and otbr eulbulldlngi Fencing and bulldltigiecrwary InI ood repair Place well watered a ipUbdU wi t house etc Land Ii all lefel and producea we oung apple and peach orchard This II bout 6 mile trout town Price 1500 No 203A 2iO acre farm In the Way nubu tcilou about i miles teem 2 tall road atattoi olce store churchtc La Lois to pmt itwcsi J county roadt Rural Free IMiia buts by place Four room log house a iplend buo Slat6 test dosing and has two good he1 neverfalling iprlDga sod a ruowatered with branch through the p are hai good fllc igandoutbuildln Price II W Terms eu situated the Waynr Ho 2d5Ire acre farm on end MU Vernon road alioat S miles t Wyobufl nu a5 roomcottage ole Tbl1 IICQ lielongt to gentleman In Calllurnli and 101 rill cll It cheap aud on easy term NO 1IJA nice large store room sad dIIIDII otenral nicely furnlihed root10 Te condom good bun and lot abl all nICe outbulldln altualed on Ilnbla Iro la In good repair IIrYet In Stanlerd right In the ImiUeaa portion or 100 This rty will 14 tOld of a bare lnai olrtIlDIIIO tome one dnlrlng 10I ilnbuilncw a iplendld and dwelling del whined will be a great saving in rent etc No 17 9055 aauf laud neat Crab OrchardI cheap No 219Une vacant lot In Junction Qty II mthmat corner of Iucui and irofton slew entlng feet on iiofton atrret sod luth on Lncui street Ul feel Price ll W ruoDloltI No MolueaudlotonLogan street pair ford ll00dlardeo etc ErerythiDg good ret No 2313SO urea ot land 2 awiIllDga of room large tobacco barn l2t the long neat to lbe 2 small stock barreat bun lo Lincoln county Tltll lays between 2 good county rooproperty and 2 turnpike All the buildlnga 01 In repair Place la well watm oclng are r iprlngi creek etc Splendid tobacco Iud nd will raise arms of corn to the acre 1bl lac rnakca the owner from U to 20 per cent on lalnTMtment It la one ol If not tie peal Iccee of laud In Lincoln county If you are look loc lot a bargain this la Tour chance Pile tbup 100 acre farm atioutl wiles froui towa cultlrntlon well wilier InYIOlendldllmooUID fourroonM large bun rolerty well fenced ole 1rlce 150 per ncrr No 42SeTen room dwelling good cellar and land Ncr eotloa tree fallcondition ad outbulldlnn In Caeappli dOte to town WI1Inlt a small family No 2l791 acre farm In I wile ol Phil IH Iory dwelling store bOllw smoke bout well room crib etc All the building and fencing a OUM Hood onhinl shou- tarcIDcultlutionntingrodlimber Water ulb For by a ooter falling eke 11200 No pb A Innn ol nliout ncree on one of thi In the county A hnndioine 10eat frnine dwelling nod one of the Inrgea Bod lory the cuuniy This place Ii nterednndeeerylblognbootII ladulni Iroo good cwamuo- ll0ItochonenndnloutSO mlnutee drive lrow tnnford This u very howe lrlre fS01 No it acres of cotton land In MltiUilpi whkh offers to ma- rpormnlueaforprohut4elnvestmentasthe Mrt sfprl Pro Delta perltVlley The Umberlt becoming ooievaK jle all the time for Ih reason thatlBmberpeor from the North where the mlnlthlng are constantly Increatlng their chases of umber lanJa In the South When the tin Is removed the land Is unequaled for acrlcultu bate of cotton to th ral purport It will produce a of railed cre or wlll grow an other klnl crop Ih lone The wlneeisno fertllttenan- resayleiJwhlchtannotbe excelled taxes are an who buys Delta tareIho title It perfect d umber Unit at present prlcet It making an In vtlmenl that he will never regret Thli land Is dl kJ into tracts ranging from 40 acres to the tract to 17000 acres to the tract and prices from U per act to tit per acre according la location etc are authorliel by the company who owns these Ian Ji stile that as other parties are contlJerlng lh rebate of these lands that we ofler these erects tub Ito prior tale withdrawal from market or changi n price wlthont notice However when nollfi4- Ihey will hold any tract out of market long enougt lor the purchaser to make an Invettlgatlon Abou ores of this land has teen toll by the Cor- nyslncewreceivedpan thli option For further par lire call abut Mm a 50 barrel mill In Morcer county Kyon Salt Hlver Steam power new up every particular and dwell with improvements 20 acres of IID- eand ng close to Southern railroad Price t9 Cottage In Latcaster7Meet front and 300 fret deep nccrMary cutbulldlngi UNIb- arD Everything la new and In good shape Co- Ital contains room hall reranda larch n lgvtnnt 1luse to school citurebe lrlctl flo illToll acres of land two story front tot IIouw la new a gardeo tall seven room hall etc and iplendld orchard ot acne fenclni good two 1111e smote house eta A ood well un placeheelalsoa good mill oc tb place agod crusher la run by natural power which a great economy and the dam II In good rupalr Will sell the property at n low re or lease it No 46 Frame hotel large rooms double veran du hallway Etc A large i story storeroom lroollog itreet 30 fret Irom hotel up stair aulta ble tordw fog 2 alt cottages nicely furnished pIred and painted 4 rooms and veranda each IIr on ume used ai livery stable Uooc- Igudeo VacautlntulJolnlugS Ocsi front by 200 feet All olthla property lain London Ky and It aflaechanec for IOme ooe lo make Inooe- Ioprietor hat refuted to rent property fur ISO rer- monlb to account of ill health or hit wits reaaon fondling pruprldor dealrva to exchange for arm In Lincoln county Uo ilA small tun of ill aerea of good land ite1 cloan to town Price1ltO- a3t90acrrofland one mile from Somerset cut In wren Heidi Forty acne In cultlva 1000 acrei In pasture balance In timber Dwell nntalna uven rooma Largn barn and all nee 113r1 Id all IWetllxa eredsPriceSt stogdm SO 2t160 arras of land In Ford county Ku Ix lUifrom railroad and J mllu from Artao- rlypr Seventy acreaofland Ii river bottom 1- 1IInlellaod and In grail Tbla land ll for sale or xcbanKe 325 acres In Allen county Ky on railroad and pike about acres cultivated about JZ5 In timber and grass and about 150 lu grass Timber on place U cut to Inches but will mako barrel timber thing let ties and cord wood enough to for lhe place twice over A large part gene cd There ore lour dwellings otM room- ech and one store of two stories with room- aboe bal wells and springs of water Ii In 2 mile of county seat grow tobacco cornwbeat grasi etc for 12200 Onehalf cllollb IM G1ADI BOUGHT THESE SHOES i is what everyone says about All America 360tfO man who gets a shoo such as this blest lasts in the most approved the most skilled workmen for the modest for the shoe has every reason to be glad tN Isnt this the shoe for you l FOR SALE BY SAM STANFORD KY A Triple Folding Harrow ShoesOffloers With runners for the road row can be folded on its moment with the horses has a lever attachment to section clear off the ground off trash and stalks pass over and stones without team Call and see at W H HI G G Stanford Kentucky n First Nationala Ky BankerCapitol Stock JSOOOOj Tblilnatltnllon war originally established as the Deposit Rank of In lift theo reorganised as the National Hank of Stanford In IUS and again reorganised as the Writ National Uaik of Htanford In till having had practically an uninter rupted eilstence for 41 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing business promptly and well than nu i before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individual Fiduciaries and Core porations Solicited I A J I HOOKER Prtil BT UAMRU V Prs 11 McIlOIIEKTB Olir W II WKAHKNAeit Ohri Dlrtotors V Reid lUnvtlU BT Harris Stanford J I Rocker Htanfnrci K L Tanner McKinney M 1t3lmore Stanford 811 naughtnaD Stanford +T T Stanford JM Koblneoa Hubble I U llanghmiB Stanford J Icttus BUnford 0 E Tate Stanford Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky HAS As Capital 5000000 Surplus Undivided Profits 2500000 Individual Deposits 24000000 Available for use of its Patrons 31500000 Right Goods and Prices at RighttGeo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky Dealer in Hardware Stoves Tinware Gro ceries Field Seeds Etc Com plete Stock Main Street STANFORD KY W B MoRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORDA 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