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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t r f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 15 1907 NO 4 OTTENHEIM Andy Adams of Rowland IS going to move back to this section Cyrus Janm sold his boiler and en gins to Bomopnrtlcs near McKinney for Tho solo of Hiram Kldd was not up to tho average us everything sold victims of grip nro convalescing There are but few families that havo escaped its clutches Mrs Steve Zimmerman fs preparing to go to Now York where sho will join her husband She will start tho 20th W G James has moved from Maywood- to his home place in this section Mrs Lena Adams Is preparing to move to New Albany It Is with much regret that wo give her and her bright children up She is n devoted Christian nnd a tireless Sunday school worker Win Marshbanks of Garrord was in this vicinity buying hogs Elmora SI lor who is a brakeman on the railroad Is at homo on crutches tho result of a fall from tho top of n box car J C Hayes has been confined to his bed with grip Thomas Collier of Somerset was up visiting friends and to see his best girl EARTHS ANGELS None ever saw an angel Except tho ones In books I dont believe a mortal Knows how an angel looks We guess at something misty With trailing wings of white With amber tresses floating And garments strangley bright Hut I believe that angels Walk here In mortal guise Though we discern but faintly Through heavyliddcd eyes Or see them as they leave us Who walked before us here Their angelhood quito hidden Because It lived near I can remember angels Who seemed but common folks Who woro oldfashioned bonnets 3And faded winter cloaks Who camo when dlro disaster Drowned lesser homo mishaps Or when new claimants crowded The dear maternal lap With curving arms wide open To take the weary in With patient love to listen To childish want and sin What better thing could angel For childish sinners do Than listen to their story And bid them strive anew And there are fireside angels Upon whoso faded hair Wo see no crown of glory And yet tho crown is there Then there are mother angels With patient love and true Whoso loving hand upholds us Tho darkest trials through Ab mot the childish angel Who beckons as I write Perchance should not know him In mystic robo of white He wears a schoolboys jacket And whcfo tho shadows fall I wait through long and lonely years To catch tho longhushed call Selected Chamberlains Cough Remedy is Both Agreeable and Effective Chnmborlulns Cough Itomody has no superior for coughs colds arid oroup and tho foot that it Is pleasant to take and contains nothing in anyway injurious has made it a favorite with mothers Mr W S Iolhnm n merchant of Klrksvlllo Iowa says For moro than 20 years Chamber lains Cough Remedy has been my loading remedy for nil throat troubles It is especially successful In eases of croup Children like it and my cus tomers who havo usod it will not take any other For sale by All Drug gists Caleb Towers has ordered a lot of law books and Is studying up for tho trial of his case We rather incline to tho opinion that it would prove more profit able for him to study tho Bible Frank fort Journal Worked Like a Charm Mr D N Walker editor of that flplcy journal the Kntorpriso Louisa Va saItI ran a nail In my foot lust week and at onco applied Buck tens Arnica Salvo No inflammation followed tho salvo simply healed tho wound HealS every soro burn and skin disease Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store 25o A contemporary points out one differ enco between the famous murder trial now going on in Now York and the one in Virginia namely that it has not been necessary to ask any Virginia ladles to retire from the court room because there was none present Atlanta Jour t nal utL L MIDDLEBURG Ed Dunn colored died at Yosemite Friday and was buried at Mt Sale Coffey will open a drug store in tho store room recently vacated by a E Kolsay at Yosemite Dr J T Wesley and wife nre con fined to their room with grip J It Wilson is nlso down with tho same dis easeRev W G Tilford preached interesting sermons at the Baptist church Sunday morning nnd evening Ho will preachat Oak Grove school house on the evening of the 4th Sunday Some people object to seeing tho pro ceedings of tho Thaw trial in print but they make mighty good reading these rainy days But for the Thaws and Hargiscs tho city papers would bo bar ren of Interest We are glad to learn that Rev J L Owens has returned to his homo at LIb- erty much improved in health and able to preach Sunday lira Owens is one of tho strongest preachers In this sec tion and the Baptist church can not afford to lose him from its work Sheriff Lincoln Wells is preparing to go into the tobacco raising business on an extensive scale Ho has employed art experienced tobacco raiser and will cultivate some 10 acres of tho weed L P Warfield who has undertaken tho contract is up to tho business and will doubtless make a success of tho ven tureWillie Adams is in Louisville taklnga course in pharmacy A Mr Rupert of Dunnvillc has moved into the Kelsay property nt Yosemite and will have chargo of the drug store Uncle El bert Wells the aged father of Sheriff Wells who has been confined to his bed for nearly four months is ablo to walkabout tho house Mrs Helen Carter will go to Loulsvillo next week to buy her Spring millinery Sho will be gone about two weeks Wesley Hansford of Boyle way here Snnday to see his father William Hansford who is quite sick at his homo on Cemetery street Ike Terry of McKinney was here Tuesday Resolutions Of Respect On Feb l01907 after n brief Ill ness our friend and sister Miss Ccttio Thurmond was called to her rest and reward Most of her time indeed most of her life was passed in tho school room For some years her homo had been elsewhere but she had retained her place in the church and in the hearts of her friends Therefore bo it resolv ed 1 That the Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church has lost ono of iU most devout members and tho church an exemplary worker Sho loved mer cy and walked humbly before her Goo 2 That we extend our sincere sym pathy to her bereaved family and pray that the influence of her consistent Christian life may prove an inspiration to us her coworkers and to all who know her 3 That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family that they be placed on the minutes of the Ladles Aid Society of tho Christian church nnd also that they be printed in tho INTERIOR JOURNAL Mrs Wm M Bright Mrs L II Cook Mrs C E Tate committee Stanford Ky March 14 1907 Suit to recover 100000 damages was filed in the Fayctto Circuit Court against James Hargis Edward Calla han and Elbert Hargis by T P Card well Sr guardian for Edward Cox Luclo Cox and Brackto D Cox children of Dr E D Cox and infants under 14 years of age Orlno Luxatlvo Fruit Syrup Is new remedy an Improvement on the laxatives of former years as it docs not gripe or nausoato and is pleasant to take It is guaranteed OL Ten ny It is now believed that tho end of tho Harry K Thaw trial is in sight and that tho caso will reach tho jury by Wednesday March 27 James Clinch Smith n brotherinlaw of Stanford White was the principal witness in troduced He testified to a lengthy conversation with Thaw on tho night of the tragedy nnd that Thaw talked in an entirely rational manner The defense Cought hard against the admission of Mr Smiths testimony Rheumatic Pains Relieved B F Crocker Esq now 84 years of ago and for 20 years justico of the peace at Martlnsvillo Iowa says I am terribly afflicted with sciatic rheu matism in my loft arm and right hip I havo used three bottles of Chamberlains Pain Balm and It did mo lots of good For salo by All Druggists Chief of Police George G Sheets charged with conspiracy to defraud tourists passing through Salt Lake City has been held to answer to the criminal division of the District Court IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Abner Oldham aged 87 is dead n Madison county Robert Long died in Garrard follow ing an operation for appendicitis- J Talbot Jackson ono of tho most prominent members of the Richmon bar is dead Tho Mercer county fiscal court fixed the tax rate at 50 centseight cents lower than last year At Mt Sterling tho McBraycr distillery will start Its spring run this week and will make 3000 barrels of whiskyAt Leslie tho 23yearold son of John Brock a prominent farmer of Bear Wallow committed suicide by hanging No reason for the deed Is man found dead in the Lenox Hotel at Corbin was identified as W W Moore of Chilhowle Va Death was duo to heart failure Ho had been at Corbin since January 15 in the em ploy of the L N At Nicholasville the jury in tho suit of Mrs Charles Zachery of Somerset against tho C N 0 T P railway and L S A railway for 30000 for the death of her husband favored tho plain tiff giving her 7000 Citizens of Richmond voted against saloons after n hard days fight in which tho women of the town aided The temperance forces won by a ma jority of 148 Processions of women paraded tho town all day with bands and banners Harvey Rowe a fouryearold boy shot and killed Mrs Bettie Griffin near London and it is not known whether or not it was accidental The woman bled to death the ball cutting an artery in her leg nnd killing a dog after passing through her flesh The Death of a Good Woman There is always a more poignant tinge to grief over tho death of a young mother than follows the taking oil of tho average person All that is acutely sensitive in tho human heart is touched when children are left in that tender ago when no voice but a mothers canI so surely lead them to tho higher and wholsomer life The sudden taking away of Mrs Mary D Hockcr wife of R W Hockcr will cause thousands to mourn tho loss to tho family and to this community At the home of her brother inlaw Dr Charles Wallace of St Joseph where she underwent a surgical operation last week death suddenly summoned her and she was no more of earth except in the sweet memory of husband daughters rela tives and friends In her homo nnd throughout the circle of her acquaintances Mrs locker was a lovable person gentle high minded educated and finished in man ner She was kind to the poor devoted to welldoing patient and unselfish To her daughters Lucy Sarah and Mary the world today is dark and so it would continue but for the splendid light of her example Her character is their guide her teaching tho hand rapid of their safety and their hap piness To Mr Rocker worldly honors nnd rare success are trivial matters now in tho gloom that hangs over his path way Could he go back 20 years and be poor again he would be richer in the possession of her unswerving love and help than today with a goodly share of the business world at his command and bereft of tho ono above all others his companion and guide There was dignity of carriage and conduct in Mrs Hocker There was a charm of action There was a solace from out her soul even when she was In sorrow and there was n gracndcur in hor dally life Hers it was to conquer nil around by gentle deeds nnd leave the world with the history of a heroine in the realm of domestic work and deeds Her nome will ever bo a white rose on tho bosom of her family and an incentive to puro action to nil who knew her Kansas City Post Through passenger train No3 on the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad struck n landslide and was wrecked five miles cast of Hinton J W Flanagan one of the oldest engineers on the C 0 was killed nnd Fireman Michael Quinn was fatally injured How to Remain Young To continue young in health and strength do as Mrs N F Rowan McDonough Ga did Sho says Three bottles of Electric Ulttors cured mo of chronic liver affil stomach trouble complicated with such an un healthy condition of tho blood that my skin tuincd reel as flannel I am now practically 20 yours younger than be fore I took Electric Bitters I can now do all my work withjeaso and as sist in my husbands store Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store Price 50c It was rumored nt Indianapolis that Gov Hanly may veto tho appropriation bill making an extra session of tho Legislature necessary LANCASTER Tho Cotillion Club will give a hop at tho Armory Hall this Friday eve Carlton Elkin bought a handsome pair of horses from Smiley Son of Lex- Ington for Dr W S Elkin of Atlan ta Ga Price 800 Tho Christian Endeavor of the Christian church will give an exchange on Saturday afternoon at the postofllcc Come buy and help a good cause Hughes 8 Swinebroad our hustling real estate agents sold to Mr Kuhl man a storeroom and lot at Lowell for 2050 belonging to Mr Hcnslcy Mrs Emma Kaufman and Rev F M Tinder will entertain tho members of their Sunday school classes Friday evening in the lecture room of tho Chris I tian church Henry Cox remains very ill with pneumonia Mrs Jane Jennings is also quite ill with pneumonia Mr Tom Johnson one of our oldest citizens who has been ill Is able to be out again Lancaster is to have a skating rink A lot has been rented a building very spacious vylll be erected at onco and soon put in running order We cant let Stanford bo ahead of us in anything The democratic committee of Gar rard county met Saturday and decided that a primary election should bo held Saturday May 25th for the purpose of nominating a candidate for tho Legisla ture Mr Robert Long one of our most substantial farmers died at his home on the Lexington pike last Friday and was buried here Saturday afternoon He had been ill only a few days having an attack of acute appendicitis- An organization known as the Gar rard Duroc Jersey Association has been perfected by some of our stock men They now have 12 or 15 mem bers and much interest is being manifested F M Tinder is president and It L Elkin is secretary of tho associa tionMrs II J McRoberts of Stanford is spending a week with relatives here Miss Sara Dunn of Stanford will be the guest of the Misses Mount on Friday evening nnd attend the dance Mr and Mrs John Francis have taken rooms with Miss Belle Leavell on Do pot street Miss Carrie Curry has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Fisher Gaines in Danville R L El kin was in Lexington Tuesday Circuit court convened here Monday Judgo Bell instructed the grand jury and several minor cases havo been posed of The caso of the two dlsI sons and East who are charged murder and houso burning was called Wednesday but the court failed to secure a jury from the regular panel and the sheriff was ordered to summon 150 men from the northern part of the county to appearThursday morning from which n jury was selected At Atlanta Ga Col John Temple Graves editor of tho Georgian was assaulted In the street by J II Crutch field who recently was tried for at tempted assassination of Mrs Crutch field and was severely beaten up Cause of Stomach Troubles When a man has trouble with his stomach you may know that ho Is eat ing moro then ho should or of some article of food or drink not suited to his ago or occupation or that his bow els are habitually constipated Take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to regulate tbo bowels and im provo tho digestion nnd seo if the trouble does not disappear Ask for a rrco sample Sold by All Druggists Ntw TIME CARD Thero was a new timecard put into effect Sunday on tho Southern Railway which is as follows No 24 will leave Danville at C15 A M No 20 will leave Danville at 805 A M No1 will arrive at 11 A M No2 will leave at 605 P M and No 29 will ar rive 11 P M Found at Last- J A Harmon of Llzemore West Va says At last I have found the perfect pill that never disappoints me and for the benefit of others alllicted with torpid liver and chronic constl patton will say Take Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed satisfactory 25o at Pennys Drug Storej In a deftly worded speech at Ponce Uncle Joe Cannon avoided any ex pression as to when ho thinks Porto Rico is to have selfgovernment A native speaker had hinted that the island is now prepared for it Teter Salt Rheum and Eczema Them are diseases for which Cham berlains Salvo Is especially valuable U quickly allays tho Itching and smarting and soon effects a euro Price 25 cents For sale by All Drug gists Postmasters wero appointed for Ken tucky as follows Alton Station Anderson county Bertio R Thompson Combs Madison county Abigean Cox DI BOUGHTTHESE wis what everyone says about All America Isnt this the shoe for BY KY at I DE DE S 350 400 Shoes I nobblestforttheyo- uFOR SALE SAM ROBINSON STANFORD Ni- a Frazier Carts W H HIGG1NS Stanford Kentucky I Best Made pTCrETS I11MMEF sI1LESStock of above now complete Call and see them j GEORGBH FARRIS N Old Hickory Wagons for Sale by E T Pence I GThe time is coming when you will enjoy a good bath moro than anything on n hot afternoon Country folks you can enjoy this luxur almost a necessity us well as town people It will actually be cheaper for you will not have to pay for water se- eS H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber r cjth 6 tol10 Tvd r The Interior JournalI E C WALTONl JAMES C REID Is a onlhloto for tttprtsllItothe of Un coIn county 1n and the next subntlts h1 conventionsHnturdhylprllldiltVT IIIOU M F NORTH neprctenjntlwol LIncoln eonntyeuhjcot 11110 ratio party J T ROBERTS In tho Orob Ii n tho Orcbunl otlonof the democraticpartytlubitctto Democratic Ticket For U S Senator J C W Deck ham For GovernorS W Hngor For Attorney GeneralJobn K Hendricks of Schools For State Superintendent M O Mnfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South TrimbleFor H M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert VreelandFor Kuby Lailbon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chcnault I HAD rather by far said Gov Beckham to be defeated for United States Senator than that the Democratic State ticket should not triumph I know by the past what the results 6f Republican success would be and rather than seq their ticket elected I would give up all personal political ambition and retire to private life Further more I had rather lose out for the Senate than to fail in my efforts to put the socalled lid on effectively and securely I have enlisted for the war in the determination to stop the traffic in liquors on Sunday and every ono of my limited powers will be brought into action to that end I would call the Legislature into extra session and ask it to give me more power in the premises but that I believe that the taxpayers will agree with me that its cost to the State of 75000 with a result of successby no means certain would be a bad investment These are the patriotic words of a statesman who is more concerned over the execution of the laws and of his partys suc cees than over his own political advance ment thing for MrIT was a commendable Perkins to pay back to the policyholders of the New York Life Insurance Co the monev he abstracted from its funds to hand over to the Roosevelt campaign fund and it is in fine contrast with that of the guilty recipients They have not only failed to reimburse Mr Perkins but have made the mat ter worse through the failure of their majority in Congress to pass preventive legislation against like future misuse of trust funds In the election of presidents and representatives in Congress TilE ribald Republican press is mak ing a great ado over the fact that Caleb Powers has been in jail seven years But we should think he would prefer even that to what the jury said on two occasions what was coming to him While they are shedding tears over poor Calebs fate however they never consider that poor Goebel has lain in an untimely grave for the same length of time and that the man ac cording to the proof mainly responsible for his death still lives breathes and has his being bodies fail to fit their enactments to the Constitution or the courts err in their decisions After three years of litigation includ ing appeals and dilatory motions on all conceivable technical points the indictment of the manager of the Iro quois Theatre Chicago charged with manslaughter in connection with the holocaust of human victims m that place of amusement was dismissed The court decided that the ordinance under which the indictment was found Is invalid Two old Confederates have just re turned from the United States Senate Blackburn of Kentucky and Berry of Arkansas but there will be more of the dear old fellows yet in the GOth 5 Congress These are Senators Money and McLaurin of Mississippi Senator Bacon of Georgia Senator McEnery of Louisiana Senator McCreary of Kentucky and Senators Morgan and Pettus of Alabama THE Texas Railroad Commission evidently thinks it is the whole works It is not content with regulating rail way fares but is devoting its official attention to time tables also It has ordered passenger trains to run within SO minutes of their schedule ami the Sunset Limited having been guilty of CO minutes tardiness was abolished for one day by the commission This is as bad as government ownership IT is said that when the Kansas Leg islature heard John Browns Body sang it refused to appropriate money for a monument p jr Urw iJ1 CLIFFORD V GRAVES of Versailles farmer and Merritt Brown a colored man employed on his place were tacked by a bull Brown was very badly injured Tho lives of one or both were probably saved by a dog which drew the attention of the bull at a time when the men were almost overcome permitting them to get away The Negro was tossed into the air and then trampled by the beast Now would any man oppose paying a dog tax of per head when his life probably would be saved by the canine like in this instance Tills is tough Is the black man andI brother to have no rights in this country that the white man must respect News comes from Washington that white ralhvayjmail clerks have pro pared a protest against being assignedI for duty in the same cars clerks on long runs where tho have to live and cat together If theI whole kit dont handle the INTERIOR JOURNALS papers better some of them are going to get it where the chicken got the axe- YILLiAA1 BRANSANgay if the people are driven reluctantly to seek in government ownership a remedy for railroad evils the blamo will be upon the railroad managers As they say over in Lexington Mr Bryan said something then POLITICAL A C Oliver of Campton was nominated for Representative from Wolfe county by the democrats- E E Wash was nominated by the democrats for Representative from Trigg county in convention The 36th ballot for United States Senator has been taken in the Rhode Island Legislature without a change Joseph Botts of Lexington candidate for Railroad Commissioner in this district will likely not enter against C C Cunningham rising to a question of personal privilege in the Tennessee Legislature declared he was fully justified in his recent statement regarding the telephone situation in NashvilleA Richmond in the field for the Democratic nomination for President is reported from New York It is Jesse Grant the youngest son of Gen Ulysses S Grant Jesse Grant has always been an outspoken Democrat Hon Edward Mulcahy Representative from Woodford county and candi date for reelection was thrown from his buggy in a runaway accident and seriously hurt He sustained a bad cut across the back of his head At Versailles the Democratic County Committee has announced a reward of 50 for the arrest and conviction of any person who is detected in buying or selling a vote at the primary election to be held in Woodford April 20 to nom nate a candidate for Representative NEWS NOTES Knoxville by a majority of nearly 2000 votes decided that the saloons must go At Louisville Brother Martin the oldest member of the St Xavier Broth erhood is dead at the ago of 73 The court of appeals says that towns have the right to regulate telephone rates under ordinance procedure The President has sent a telegram ap pealing to the Legislature of California to btop all Japanese legislation- A cripple who was recently killed in a knife duel in Pittsburg has been Identified as Carr Eddings of Fulton Ky At Maysville Dr Russell White aged 42 dropped dead at his home near there while sitting conversing with his family fThe powder magazine on the French battleship lena blew up without warn- Ing and scores of sailors were either killed or horribly injured Indictments charging attempted bribery were returned at Columbus 0 against city officials and prominent business men in connection with a street paving contract John Jackson was arrested at Princeton on an indictment returned by the Caldwell county grand jury charging him with complicity in the burning of the Orr and Steger tobacco stemmeries at PrincetonIThe temperance people are making it hot for the blind tigers and bootleggers in Nicholas county Henry T Johnson colored was fined 50 and given a sentence of 10 days in jail for trading whisky for sugar At Prestonsburg after hearing argu ments in the Virginia land grant cases involving title to 160000 acres of moun tain land valued at 3000000 Judge Harris denied the petition of the Eastern Kentucky Land Corporation The committees of Commercial Clubs from various cities of the country who have just returned from a visit to Panama declare the conditions to be favorable for the completion of the big ditch within the allotted time eight years Marvin Stephenson rural mail carrier out of Cayce was arrested by a United States Marshal on a charge of embezzlement It is charged that mcney had been missing from the mails for some time and that he head been suspected r t That the railroads of the country are now at what he terms the financial danger line is the declaration of President W A Garrett in an inter view Ho says that continued agitation and adverse legislation may mean railroad receiverships Saved Her Sons Life Tho happiest mother in tho littlo town of Ava lloi is Mrs S Runpee She writes One year ago my son was down with such serious lung trou ble that our physician was unable to help him when by our druggists advice I began giving him Dr Kings Now Discovery amlI soon noticed Improvement I kept this treatment up for u tow weeks when ho was per fectly well Ho has worked steadily since at carpenter work Dr Kings New DIscovery sated his life QUill auteed best cough and cold cure b Pennys Drug Store COc and Fl Trial bottle fre- eFarm for Sale or Rent Hood farm of iioncroi near Turnnrivllln for eaieorrent claw rushhlIlo iHconsnry WdreuJFluVEltCar- bin Term prtvnt Ky or cull on U K llower on the plnco Jesse W Sweeneyi rXOFHIKTOIl Livery Food sad Balo Stable Lancaster Ky HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly CourierJournalAND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150Few people In the United Stale hue sot beard of the CourierJournal Democratic to all tblDgi lair in nit thUgi clear In MI thlngsll U etuntlally a family paper Bj a ipeclal arrangement we ore enabled to of for the WEEKLY COlKIEUOUUNAL yearanc this paper for the price named above Send your subtcrlptlon for the com bination to unot tc the Ouurter Jou- rnalReduced Rates VIA on tho first and third Tuesdays of each month to many puint South Winter Tourist Tickets now on Bale goodreturning till Jlay 81 For par ticulals writo H C KINGCPTALexington Ky NOTICE I Wo watt ovory pcrnon that is nllllcUd wttli rliomnntlim Kidney truulila or niiy slain nrlMnu from Impure blood to try u nuvkngoof our atllllllllril llemum IMT wtiaiHrniiKo U to cure If tiikon accord Inn to dlrtotlonaoryour money will Iw ro nndfd Knelt lit kngu tnl lows with n uni ntee Irlco UO Kor salvhy ItIIIInuUAgmnbtohutey- KlN OTICE I Anyone ncrdlngn Union Jack nmlJWIro Htritcliorcim Irnvo their order with T Nuwlnnd at Htanforil Ho hut ono hit will fthow you and lake your order mild will till thuimno on short not lot 1HT iUNtmmo PUBLIC SALE I will sell ot public auction nt my plnrc niiir Itowlaml on- TlllUHllAY MAltOH II WiT my fllrlll of morTOnetv IIUIIMI of 0 room In umxt rvjmlr barn rind all uecooKiiry outbuilding two wells on pliiov Ktiriu In grass uxcflpt Ii here wool orclmrd on dace uno row hug nnd ImriuM fur ml Implements lioiiMholdiinilkllcluii furniture Tern hind known oil day of unit MHW MAIITHA IKXWVTON Col JVlhnlxllertuct Valley View Sanitarium A 1rlvnto lloim for the trenttnentof Jen till Nrrvoui and Chronic illiKinlvrt Hporlnl nttf ntlon h islvon to the truiitment of Alco hole wild JiruK lluhlti Ve mint Iooomo tor AxtHxIn rulnlytln lUirontct lUimimu thin etc uuahnldeilr formlive ulntloii In OrthopMlIu Hnrgtry luciiloii rvlirvd niul Milnbrlous urouiuH nxtentlvv barges reoKonnlilo Thirty minutes ride fruit Fountain K UiiroetnetnnnU For par tlrulnrxnddrt VAMKY VIKW HAXITAUIUM Fort Tlromnp Ky VJTAE ojg Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Inln Killer Ilnn liher illood Yllallrllrnltlt and Strength lltfitorrr- X II logic Mnrksbury Kentucky General Agent DJ SMITH DBALEU IN i Cono ral Merchandise and Country Produce CILBERTS CREEK KY u TRIBBIE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Cnr pets Druggets Rugs Matting Ill Lure Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Taper Sir E T Bcnzlcy has charge of the Undertakingbepartnetit TRIBBLE 0 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 1GG or 133 III SUQOd Pleasant plfouJ loohln aver the HENRY DOSCH COM PANY WALL fAPER samples at jour own bom1tUna comfortably In your MJelulr You can make a Utter stlectlon that way than by ranaaeklnc the store You us tk wboU lietb very Utat dcsIcc th loTelicat tints and richeat color eta including imported palter a ETtrjUilMt good In wall pipers U the IIoMhllo Iti economy oo7mI get the lowed New York Clilearo prlcr win call with ttnch Samples any hour you name look them OTT to your hearts con tent Dot the lout obligation to 0tlaHouse Painting And Craning Charlie Stewart Stanford Ky POSTED Wi whoito mimfa npponr below htrlctly forbid huntliiK llihliiK ur our kind of trey piiMlng on our plmos uiul proMvtitu vh oliilora to tits full extent of tin law Fred Vonnritonlgnn Itvlclivnlmch Ilros Krvd VonAllniiin A Vondniciilnini liiiunmnn dioru llolnira- K ItvlchunlNicIt Joiu llnllon A U warn M Jlofmuiin ituihtrldHtephena nhrlstlnu Iruj son J O OnrM ntor Jncoli Jesuwoln Hnm Dnmoron Mrs MJ Aahlock OOOoycr rteriVoterYltruco1llIk FarmerJ Spratt JJIUolrV11l1nJ W 1enk Paxton w o1Ifolhor LindsaylIl1Iuol W P birthKConller Moses DoraM 7tln Mol ep Alex Cooper Mr Mottle Pile Mn Jirollnley Hpoonumoro Himnion Mnrtln IW Carter Jacob 11 Lawrence Ohrls n Extra Good XTRAGOOD Uy straining it n little wilt apply to tho oo8nIHI their jxits hut it rcatrofers to the t Style Quality and Price of the Boys Clothes we toll Our first shipment is just ill Tho Hoys will like them and the Mothers will like them nnd that means n great dual Them littlo Mcua Suits run in sins from 4 to 1 i years in Sailors Itusaian HluiiM halted Nor folks nUll DoubloBreaeted Coats with plain and Knickerbocker Trousers PRICE 250 TO 750 Ii its too early for you to purchase we would bo glad for you to look nt these garments now fur wo believe our nwortincut will he the best Stanford t has ever shown H J McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY No Better Cough Remedy is Made than Our Compound Syrup White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO I TRADE AUK tin LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists forhouehoidUliocoliituulnlno Compound TnhletH for Ooldi Iymn Iinpriivid VeKftnblo Jlnk Ooiit 1111118 for true liver nod Htoinncli Ioiniliir r tt PIUII VIty or try nth omT Wo nro sole ngt nti for thuOrlKlnnl arlubyaUaldrnKynNalvwhich Ii loll on n JlrnnuIIIt1hiKIcnUvi Hcrofulotu Hori Kym Weak Kyra HIP Kt OliO for atock Jrlco only 2oar Ai n ilriSHlntj for Hortu of nil kind nniiiiinlid Paint YOUP House I Dont your house need a fresh coat of paint Spring is nearly here and it certainly would add greatly to its appearance We have the best ReadyMixed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD j DRUG CO s r a H 3rI Net Waists and Net Dresses Will bo much IIECll1ro have the not in plain nail fancy nt 50 Tile 81 to 82 yard Medallions Motifd and Cluueya to trim Silk iMiihioVhai decreed that the Silk Jumper Suit and Silk Shirt Waist Suits are rrticcaSMly to everybodys wardrobe Wo are showing new patterns and shades SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I STANFOUD KY MAJICH 15 19C IIUllplyornys Drug Store PERSONALS ATTORNBY J II BUSH of Loxlngtc 4was over this week on business- It L PORTER JR loft for St louls yesterday with a view to locating there P W Winrr of Liberty Is with tho Stanford Drug Co during Dr Tylor absence SUM SNYDHR of this division of tho li 8 N wtis hero with agent J S Rico Tuesday Mn WOODS WALKER of Paint Lick II hero to consult Dr A S Price amls with his aunt Mrs J C Hays MlSsI LliUE McCLARY is hero rrom Knoxvillo en route to Garden City Has to spend several months with rol atlvcs Miss VIRGINIA PICKET who has betaking special course at Philadclphi returned with Mr nnd Mrs Wlllia Severance on their trip from New Yorl HARRY Fun was hero from Hustoi P yule this morning to meet Misses Cora and Edna Llpps who wero called homo from Wise Va by tho death of their father MRS JAMES WAIUN mother ot Squire W D Wallin had tho mtsfo tuno to let a heavy gate tall on and she ii confined to her room as a consequence MRS G D McCULLUM nnd two daughters Miss Katherine Wells and Miss Ruth McCollum of Junction City spent n few days lost week in Crab OrI chard News MR HOMER WAUJM of tho Inst End who Is In tho employ of tho Q c at Somerset has been promoted toI fireman and is now running between that place and Danville Mr Walls is aflno young man and wo wish him success M F ELKIN State Commander or tho Knights of tho Maccabees lert for Chicago to attend a meeting of tho Hoard of Supremo Trustees and all tho Great Camp Commanders of tho order which took place at tho Palmer 1I0us- oWcdneadayLeader MR WALKKR MCQUBARY who hlUl t been vlsltfng relatives and friends In this Rockcastlo and PuJnskl countic for tho past three months loft ycstci day for his homo in Colorado Ho WIUI J accompanies to Lebanon Junction by his niece Miss Maranda McKenzie and they will visit the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln in Lame county This WDS Mr McQucarys first visit to his oM Kentucky homo in nearly CO years LOCALS FOR ItBNTCottnge on Mill Street J H liaughman Co JAPAN OUVB SOAltho bust on tho market G Singleton Cnusnnn oyster shell for your chick ens nt W 11 Higgins FRH6U fish and oysters today am Saturday Mrs W S Jones 4 IT has been ra inlng for a weak but this morning tho sun is out in all Its glorya1COME early If you want td secur nt tho rink tonight Doors r open at 7 oclock FOR SALE200 bushels of nice clean cultivated hemp seed W G Gooch v Paint Lick Phono 171 A Lancaster exchange S C C LEGHORN eggs 1 for sot ting of 17 or three settings for 2 MrS Robert L Merry Hustonvillc Ky WANTED MENSalnry 15 to 20 per week Call for IL S Miller next Wednesday and Thursday March 13 and 14th at the St Asaph Hotel r MR T E TYLER father of Dr J E Tyler of tho Stanford Drug Co died at his homo at Concordia Meado coun ty Wednesday night Dr Tyler loft Thursday to attend tho burial LtrrsAs wo were going to press wo learned of tho death of Mr D M Lipps at lIustonvillo last night of kidney trouble after a weeks illness Ex tended notice next issue MORE than 1000 bottles of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water were sold in Lincoln county last year lt is tho best family medicine In tho world For sale by all druggists WANTED 100 turkey eggs Box 4 StanfordSSECONU crop seed Irish potatoc John Christman tho florist TUB fiscal court was In session Y06 trrday receiving bonds for turnpi contracts ASK your druggist Ho will toll you all about Whites Diamond Brand Crnb Orchard Water S C Punt strain White Leghorn eggs for sale 75 cents a setting or three settings for 2 Miss Lizzie Davison 13L- Fon SALE Rhode Island Red egg per 15 Orders booked now will re cclvo prompt attention Mrs W J Edmlston Crab Orchard Ky SQUIRE D R ADAMS says Youca tell tho democrats that at tho proper tuna I shall announce myself for jnller and will bo around to see them MEATS of the tenderest kind deliver cd anywhere in tho town limits up to f oclock in the afternoon Phono your orders to R B Wilkinson the butt h cr IIIOIIMT pries paid for chicken eggs scrap iron brass rubber feather hides of allldnds Land Buchana at Greers shop Somerset St Stan ford ON account of tho Greater Louisvll Exposition the L N will sell round- trip tickets to Louisville March 18 21 23 25 23 and 30 good until April nt 330 EVERYBODY is learning to skate and tonight at Waltons Opera 1I0uso promises to be n recordbreaker Doors open at 7 oclock Como and enjoy three hours of laugh and pleasant past time FOR SALE Fino Blue Grass farm or about 215 acres for sale on best pike In county two miles from Stanford best of improvements anti in fino state or cultivation This farm has to be seen to be appreciated For particulars cnll on or address W T Beck Turnenvilli or P L Beck Stanford Ky IX OK Hughes Swincbroad tho real cstatoand investment men at Lan castor Ky want you to look at tho farms and other property they have ror sale Every ono knows tho fertility or Garrard county soil Hemp tobacc and other crops in abundance For ir vestments they can show you 10 percent and more If you want to lIell your farm coal or timber lands or other property write them about it Duy now while you can get the pick and tho interest on amount paid down will bo taken care of until possession is given inthl issue will bo fqund tho announcement of Mr James C Reid of this place for Rcprcsenta Live of Lincoln county in tho next Gon oral Assembly of Kentucky subject to tilE action of tho democratic precinc nines conventions on April Mr Held to an exceedingly bright young man am would no doubt make n most capable faithful and efficient member in thi Legislature Ho is woll connected by Influential families and has n large per innnl following in the county who will no doubt aid him in securing tho noml nation Mr Reid has always been a Lruobluo nnd hardworking democrat and has never asked or held office in hit Ito and he now asks to be rewarded bj sending him to tho Legislature Mr told has entered upon an active can vass of tho county and hopes to meet ill of the dear people r THE Married Peoples Club was most lolightfully entertained on last Friday evening at the homo of Mr and Mrs 1 M McRoberts on Somerset avenue Tho house which IS most Artistically furnIshed in rich old mahogany oi olonlal design was decorated with candles and red carnations In tho lining room Mrs H J McRoberts presided at tho punch table and served ho guests with that refreshing hover nge Tally cards with daintily sketched Gibson girls were then passed to ach ot tho 28 guests and tho gamo of Nations was most thoroughly enjoyed for a couplo of hours Consequent to this lunch covers wcro placed on tho nail tables and most delicious and cmpting refreshments were served So passcd ono of tho most delightful toning in tho history of tho Married Peoples Club T New Goods Daily aiaat Wo have just returned from the center of fashion anti have the correct fabrics and trimmings for Spring and Summer 1007 Come in and let us show you what is being shown in tho fashionable shops of New York at our usual reasonable prices CHURCH MATTERS Rev Delcami7 Lexington will preach at Turnersvillo church Sunday next nt 11 oclock Rev Geo D Rcco will preach at the Christian church next Sunday morning and evening at Crab Orchard Revival services will begin at tho Methodist church Friday evening nt 720 Rev J B Harris of South Carolina evangelist will assist tho pastor Dr W F Vnughan Everybody Is cordially invited Two more relatives of Mrs Eddy tho Christian Science leader have be come parties plaintiff to the bill In equity to secure an accounting of her property against tho leaders of tho Christian Church at Boston There will bo no service nt the Presbyterian church on Sunday evening ex cept that of tho Christian Endcavo which meets at 030 Tho Presbyt rians will worship with tho Methodic because of the meeting in progress The WaltonGaines Libel Suit Now In Progress at Lawrenceburg v LA vnENCEiiurta KY March 13 Tn the trial of the libel case of Noel Gaines against W P Walton in tho Andena circuit court tho burden was placed on the defendant and Mr Walton was tho first witness on tho stand Ho said thlLt ho had had a personal difficulty with Guinea on tho streets of Frankfort prior to tho publication of tho alleged libelous article over an account Gaines disputed but that ho bore him no malic e He said that ha asked Holy about tho genuineness of tho Lassing letter and upon being assured that it was a foi gery and upon his Inquiries of prominent Franklin county citizens that Gaines was capable of writing such n letter tho article was published Ups cross examination a number of publics Lions of the State Journal In which there were articles on Gaines were put in evidence tending to show that tho defendant bore malice in publication orI articlesPercy Italy leas the next witness called Ho said that Gaines reputation was bad at tho time of his return from the army He said that he recommend cd him for a clerkship in tho adjutant generals brace however upon Gaines making n personal appeal to him that they were boys together that cverj one was down on him and that he had reformed lie emphatically denied that ho wrote dictated or signed the Las ing letter and said that ho had revs seen it until it was presented to him today on tho witness stand LAWRENCEDURG March HPercy Haly former adjutant general was recalled for tho defense in the suit or Noel Gaines against W P Walton ed itor of the Kentucky State Journal for 25000 damages for allgcd libel Gen Haly told of Guinea trip to tho Wes Point encampment to collect money inspector general when there was no provision for such payment and his do manila were refused Witness ale stated that Gaines hd tried to brook up too First Kentucky regiment am was reprimanded by him Haly Gaines then being employed in the offico as clork On crossexamination wltn will asked to write his signature as ad jutant general for comparison with oth era in possession of plaintiff This raised a question as to the right of plaintiff to have them and witness sak lie had none as they were official rte ards rho purpose of this comparison was to establish the authenticity of the ilalyLassing letters which figure ir the libel suit Gov Beckham followed Gen Half on tho witness stand Ho said ho had mown Gaines 10 or 12 years and had appointed him to a clerkship In tho ad utant generals office though at that Ime Gaines reputation was bad Tho appointment was made on tho rncom ncndation of Gen Italy who had been a friend of Gaines from boyhood dnys1 Everybody was down on Gaines and aly made an appeal in his behalf for a banco to do better believing ho had farmed When Gen Haly was appointed to the tate Board of Charities the office of Adjutant General was left vacant and nines tried for it A question as to whether he had used threats in this connection was ruled out Witness then told of tho telegram from Cynthiana in which Gaines charged gmft in tho Adjutant Generals office On May 7 rltneaslmet Gaines on tho street at Frankfort and questioned him about tbutWitness told him that if such things as ho charged existed it was his duty to inform him witness Qaines wasI thereupon discharged from the tant Generals office Gov Beckham said that ho had never taken any official action in the dit missal of Gainee he had merely cause Gaines name to bo dropped from the pay roll He had never seen the lint Lassing letter until today Tho GO ornor recalled writing a loiter to Mayo Carter Harrison of Chicago in HXK recommending Gaines as a courteous and efficient military mar I didnt know as well then as I do now said Gov Beckham Ho then dc dared that Gaines had put him in an embarrassing position with the President of the United States and with the Worlds Fair management He wns not permitted by the court to go into detailsAt time Gov Beckham decided to discharge Gaines but he said Gains again mado tho plea that ho was friendless and that tho plea succeeded in causing tho witness to relent and give Gaines another chance Assistant Adjutant General Mcrvii Parrent who was tho secretary of Gen Haly in tho Adjutant Generals offic at tho time the HalyLassing letter pur ported to have been written was tho next witness lie said that tho letter was not written by him for Gen Holy and that ho had no knowledge of its being written at all He said tha Gaines had a peculiar way of dating letters puting dots after tho month day and year and that tho HalyLass lag letter had these marks Ho said that tho type of the Holy Lassing lotto was larger than that of tho typewrite in tho Adjutant Generals offico lie did not think that tho signature to tho letter had been affixed by Gen Haly The defense rested their case yesterday afternoon and tho evidence that was brought out was greatly in favo of Mr Walton Gaines was put on the stand and as we went to press ho was still undergoing a riged cxaminatloi by Col Andrew Scott attorney for the defenseZPoultry And Eggs Wanted will pny inchest nmrkit prlcfl for Turks Eggs lumen and nil other poultry Also rnhbltx Will tic found ron tnnlly lit lily olncuonrelcnslorfit J EIluckfocn manager 1111 Sortbcott NOTICE Ilutveltrlhons for sale both pure fires and mixed fetoclc Prices to suit Am no Itooklni orders for egg for hatching fron my different puns of pure bred cbiekvm Call nnd MO them or write your winos Man W V WIIITK IlfnchoriVllle Kv Fa lrvlowluuttry Kuril THE BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Lexington Ky liter for till Spring of 7 n lHriu line 01 Htniuliird Kiiilt nruaiuvtitnl Trees Kv argneuslirul1 Vlnin Anptmiuus KIirulM Ithur Small Krulti We pave KfiiU Ktmvlwrry and general entnlofuc on npi lriitloDH HILLKXMRYEK liONS PUBLIC SALE Having wit my tarn I will tell at public die on TrKSUVYAlIUI 0 1W7 he following described j Woven saute rand year obI life 1yeiirold hull cows in enlves yenrllng bull- itueewrsnudlnlnltUtuo bucks llyu good nol mure three two by Harris nek the other by his horse King Kngle live work mules two of them mure mules and lyenn old hands high the others horsy iiulesatoo years old two yearling horse b lick three venrung byIlolddustoneoltl by Preston one two vnr lolilduit and out of Hllver KliiKmnre None IIf her brothers or sUtern wore ev T sold for than SCU to IW after muturlty ono a euroldhorsuhyioldduet and out of Hll er King mure cameo o one 6yeiir Uoklduit hurneiti mure not iifrnld ot iiltoniobllei or iteum extra nice n dice live owl and plgs one thoroughbred o and Mini lour iilxiut Uiieii good Imothy liny ulxmt I5UO Itt oak luinlier oniUtltiK of boxInKfrunilng and foncliiK 5imtSfoot bunrde nquims llendy Itock ruollllglI good locust posts pojt the n wire fencendrnlllnij earl will be offered in e nrrel tots and purchasers will bo Klveii rivtiego to us barrels lOll ushel puts 00 bushels whentlleIce tobacco icks cnrrlnge bugity curt I uckbcMird spring wagon two Shorso wagon IlIIrnllI set buggywu nl nrniss lot plow gear roller fleeting inter used twleaonn I Ohamplon Ul- lilac burrow ovau ed two gensoim rnshollere ruing plowalwo suloothnlghnrrows two ftll Irltlfl ttInand tactler corn riiilnc Implements neocsuiry to curry on Il1rllllng u 0 box JIlin for innlntt nil kind of steel pulr platform rules and numerous other things too ted Terns made known on- Idny mi to of location begins promptly ut clock JOHN KOABHTumcrsvllleKjr lio J Chandler Auct I Voiles j Nothing more elegant than a Voile Dress or Skirt We have both Voiles and London Twines at 81 8140 8150 and 165 A SGinch all silk Taffeta lining at SHe regular price 8- 1ILmbroideries Wo have added to our lino some new designs never before shown in this market New patterns in colored embroideries just opened H ++Mf +WW 11 tri+ +ftFtt M1I 13I+ +++ Jilt UptoDIe GOOdSi AT t IOutofDate Prices we to offer you tfor Spring Our Goods are Upto Date but the prices we are offering on them are the Same Old Prices that were asked several seasons ago notwithstanding the present high wholesale price on all merchandise We just received a case of India Lin I 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 12c at wholesale LMHUJ3YCODry Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House iSTANFORD KENTUCKYj Eclipse ShoesF- or Men 350 and 400 Full line Cof Correct Styles W B Perkins IKentucky MUSICALInstruments Having purchased the business of J B Finlay wo can furnish you with everything in tho mus ical line Grnpliophones nil pricee String Ins Btrumcntfl all kinds Sheet Music Records Etc Pianos and Pianolas of the best makes HUGH MURRAY The JewelerDANVILLE KY Kb I J a = II fThe Interior Journal Xnltred in matter the PottOffice at Stanford- j6endc1au 01 TOE8DAYS AND FIUUYIIe yBSUHHBU AT sioo PER YEAR CASH when not so paid 1JOO wilt be charge L N TITJE T1BLI KoStSoutli 1121 PM No SI South 1211 No1I North 411 A No rt North 217 r JossS RICE Agent fr Olympian Sprih sWatc Too nre to try Olympian tprInl Water for HUuumntlsin JIr NtrvOtI4flUli KIdntY nllll- lltadder 1rlltlon ConstiPAtionNothing bttcr Alk- boaewbo Trouble It M SIII Iro- Prletor Irnve fluJuto1CcOlll1plttll H1rlIIg n1UI For Sale Privately T bonss and 10 acres of land sltnated ontelde ot ton limits ou the Somenet Hta kitchen CUd serehouse has 7 roomspte table and allcellaryts room good eces outbuildings Water hydrant In the jardnd one for 3 P BMLEY- A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Buil- dingINSURANCE f i It Tire Llffhtnlng WlndBtorm Life and nt bat the dKHT and BUT Represented Lowest 10s- I JW Wales aunrontted ss Paying flea j wdlOnequallod Talk with HAHONY Stanford Kentucky t Residence Phone No 82 Two Farms For Sale S 1 wIsh to sell privately my farm of O oxea8 inllri West of on the lexa Bttra pike It Is well Improved anti hn of water ami timber fencec reCAlrAbo of 100 care lietween und hex Irlof midway 1111011 Oood outlet wuv Wel- l2nced Terl11uealonlJltI TIUJhnINO Jtartsbury Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOBD KY iBMClal Attention liven Commercial Men lug nt Hensonnble lUitis Stock Pene In Connection S1VE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU buy readymnile clothing when then QIo little difference In the price uf rvnUy autOa lulls and a suit umUe to your mouturt taken by un experienced tailor I have n AAaOaouie UneofHprlnK HuinincrgotxH I D make from n low bunlness stilt tt at J1nc5tdreu suit AluoOvurcoatiiTrous en and Fancy Vests The company I rep jMwzl is second to none HO IIUPLKV The Tailor Htanford Ky JflMES MI PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEAUB U- TBulldinj Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build Sera Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concreto blocks for build fag purposes and do all kinds of con- c work Prices on application e teeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in IlarnesaSaJdlory STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 107 Home Phone IS JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm tre Also Dealers in Fur aiture MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for aH Kinds of Stock Give 3iem a Call Prices Right 3TA7IFORD KENTUCKY i FARMERS DEPARTMENT Carson Cover sold to W C Floyd 14 twoyearold mules at 115 FOR SALE Registered Duroc boar R 11 Crow Shelby City Ky 4t Wanted to rent some first class hemp land Robert Ford Mor land FOR SALE Jersey cow Rood milker and butter maker Rev P T Smith MorelandISeven barrows will weigh 100 pounds and upward for sale W 0 Watts Maywood I G D McCollum has sold a fancy road horse for his son Marshall to S A Mooro for 210News Lost between Stanford and Husto ville sack of orchard grass seed Reward T B lIammondsIFOR RiT2O acres of land to go In oats Cash rent F M Murphy old Curtis place on Danville pike FOR SALE Eleven twotyearc mules eight of them mares and three horse good ones J W Hughes More land Aberdeen Angus bull and Duroc jersey boar ready for service Both subject to register J 0 Carpentc Hustonville 4t FOR RENT35or 40 acres of good river bottom corn land for rent for cash or on shares S B Buchanan Crab OrchardSAmerican Wire Fence and all kInds of farming implements lime cement plastering etc for sale Hunn Coffey Moreland Ky FOR SALEA lot of extra cultivated hemp seed absolutely free from rape J T Hackley Stanford Ky Phone 491 Danvillo exchange There are 378 horses in training at the Lexington running track and stalls have been engaged for a numbcr of more which will come shortly Many applications for stable room have been re fused on account of lack ofspace IN MEMORIAM On Jan 10th 1907 another one of our weary pilgrim friends laid aside her earthly garments and went tobo with friends and loved ones long since departed Miss Bcttie Cooley was born March 17th 149 At the age of 23 she was married to Mr John Bracket She was a merry light hearted girl and a loving and faithful wife She was a member of the Baptist church but ber ife was nearer that of a true disciple of Christ and had she lived to be Cur her enlightened she would not have re named a Baptist She seemed to he bright side of everything and made unshine in the house when there was none without Several months ago she had a fall which resulted in a broke arm rendering her almost entirely helpless In January sho contracted the common but dread disease pneumonia from which she did npt recover During her illness her husband was her devoted attendant and since her death he is inconsolable Her friends and relatives feel keenly their loss but they should not lament her death as if they xpected not to see her again The dearest of friends must part but we shall all meet again Whether we remain together after this meeting or be eparated again shortly depends wholly m our conduct here Instead of making us despondent and gloomy the entrance of death into our household should be an incentive to more earnest efforts more serious thoughts and purposes We should be led by it tp lay aside frivolous things and take up the weapons of warfare which if properl handled are able to take us into the presence of our friends again Thei let the stricken ones cheer up and taki a more active part in the duties of life and if they hold out faithful unto the end all will be well A FRIEND Do Not Crowd tho Soason The first warm days of spring bring with them a desire to get out and on jOy the oxhilirating air and sunshine Children that have been housed up all inter are brought out aud you won del where tLoy all came from The eavy Winter clothing Is thrown aside and many shed their ilannels Then cold wave conies and people say that- grip is epidemic Colds atthis season are even more dangerous than in midwinter us there Is much more danger of pneumonia Take Chamberlains Cough Remedy however and you will hao nothing to fear It always cures antI we have never known a cold to re- suIt in pneumonia when It was used It is pleasant and safe to take Children like it Par sale by All Drug gIsts There has never been a casu of typhoid fever or appendicitis known to develop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used constantly because it keeps the whole sys tem in perfect order Do not be imposed upon There aro imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on tho market ask your druggist for Whites Genuine Diamond BrandS S No Case on Record There is no case on record of a cough or cold resulting in pneumonia or consumption after Foleys Honey and far- has been taken as it will stop your cough and break up your cold quick lYe Refuse any but the genuine toys Honey and Tar in a yellow package Contains no opiates and is safo- and sure U Lileany t it LVA Mr Bobbitts Side of the Kennedys Troubles STANFORD March 11th 1907l cravo a column of your excellent paper that truth may be heard and justice vindicated A special was recently sent from Crab Orchard to the Courier Journal and Times in regard to the young Kennedys and that my brilliant young law student was then on trial for mur tier For what purpose was this special sent Before that special was sent to tho Louisville papers Faulkners trial had been continued by the Commonwealth until tho Juno term of court awaiting the decision of the appellate court in W F Kennedys caso lhen why tho special that Faulkner was on trial and there was great excltement prevailing 7 Was this done that tho judges of tho court of appeals might inhale tho atmosphere of the trial of a third Kennedy for murder while they were deliberating on tho testimony and instructions in W F Kennedys caso 7 If not why was it done at all and wiUt all the circumstances with a history of the previous trials and the verdicts in each caso 7 Perhaps the writer was mis informed or wished to create a sensation Let us give the writer tho benefit of a reasonable doubt and let us give a short history of each caso ond incidentally an individual history of the Kennedy boys M 0 Kennedy for morality and good behavior stands as high as any man I know John Kennedy tho merchant stands as high as his brother Mike and Mike is reckoned among tho best W F Kenned sent far 10 years for participation In the killing of Shupe is one of tho very best boys I ever saw A Mammas boy to cut stove wood to milk the cows and to wait on Mamma and having lived with the family for months I told him yesterday that I would do more to restore him to liberty than any prisoner I ever saw At the proper time 1 expect to go before the governor in a personal appeal for Bill that will make the very penitentiary walls cry out for mercy and justice for that poor innocent boy When Shupes own boy was telling Bill and Faulkner Kennedy that his father said he intended to kill Ben Kennedy and Shupos wife embroidering thll threat with horrid blue oaths and tho boys looked and saw Shupe going across their field with a double barrel shotgun in the direction of his threatened victims one of whom was their brothe they had a right to intercept him disarm and dissuade him and if in doing so it became necessary to kill Shupe to prevent the dual felony they had right to kill him if the felony could not otherwise be prevented This is not merely a right but a duty enjoined bylaw Now in regard to Jim Kennedy case A clearer case of selfdefense I have never seen Then why was not Jim acquitted 7 Because his case was riot properly fought not properly argued It was not a caso of who shot Irst 7 But the ground of defense should have been At the time Jim Kennedy shot deceased did ho have reasonable rounds to believe and did he believe hat ho was in danger of loss of life or was in danger of great bodily harm 7 The issue should not have been who ihot first for upon that we lost nine to five There arc cases in which the in tending danger is so imminent that one can not wait until he is shot down before he exerts this great Godgive right of selfdefense It is often too ate to shoot after your adversary has hot first On a former occasion whe a courageous and desperate man told icccased you wait here till I go and get my pistol will any one say that eceased must wait till his enemy returned and shot him down before ho hot 7 Suppose deceased on that occa slon had procured a shot gun and met him with the contents would ho not have been perfectly justifiable 7 Most certainly he would When the desperate man on that occasion starts ofT in great haste for his pistol and friends and neighbors of both men importuned the brave and dauntless to leave knowing that his foe would shoot him m soon as he got back The heroic and trepid man only drew his pocket knife- and stood at his post intending to die rather than turn his back his foe and waited till his foe returnednnd put a 38 within his bosom and snapped be foro he took him by the lapel of the- coat with his left hand and with his right hand made mince meat of his- foe This was a most heroic act The pistol might not have snapped again in a thousand times Would Caesar in crossing tho RubicOn to disturb the peace of the world have stood there 7 Would Alexander 7 Would Hannibal l Would tho great Corsican The answer to the quadruple Snterrc gatlons is No Then the deceased T M Estes in individual heroism surpassed Alexander upon tho plain of Ar- bela or Bonaparte upon tho bridge of- Lodi when with tho tricdlored flag of France held high over his head charged the Austrian army At one time during tho battle of Waterloo the charging chlvairy of France enfiladed by 80 English cannon to such a murderous extent that it was several minutes before a tingle soldier crossed t1e deadly line Here was enthusiastic bravery born upon tho battlefield Yet in all the flower of the chivalry of France that- fell upon that illfated field thero was- not one upon that bloody field of gore a more heroic man than T M Estes This was tho man who was Jim Ken dys enemy This was the kind of man Jim Kennedy knew ho was This was the kind of man who was insultingly and menacingly shaking his left fore finger at him and tho deadly revolver held in his right hand in his breeches pocket Will you tell mo that from sucha man and under such clrcbm stances the defendant did not have R right to shoot when he did 7 Poor old Jacob poor heartbrol Rachel Reuben gono for 10 years Joseph in bondage in Egypt for life and the persecutors of these boys reaching out their remorseless hands crying Give me also Benjamin the baby the last born tho darling of the family No wonder in that once happy but now desolate home there is a voice heard weeding weeping wailing and reat mourning Rachel weeping for her children and will not be comforted be causo they arc not FONTAINE Fox BOIIDITT Will the Times and CourierJourr copy A severe cold that may develop into pneumonia over night can bo curcd quickly bi taking oloylg Honey I1nd Tar It will euro tho most obstlna racking cough and strengthen our lungs rIte genuine Is In a yolk package G L Penny A movement has been started in Nashville Tenn to have tho people of that city vote on tho saloon question next May It is said former Senator Carmack has expressed his rendlnessI to lead the fight for tho temporal people Given Up to Die- D Spiegel 1201 N Virginia SI oerImo much pain and worry I lost losh and was all rundown and a year ago had to abandon work entirely Iltad three of the best physicians who tlid mo no good and I was practically Jhen up to die Foloys Kidney Cure was recommended and tho first bottle Jl1ve mo great relief and after taking the second bottlo I was entirely cured Why not let It help you G L Penny Secretary Cortelyou announced that tho 30000000 deposited in nation banks the last of September to be returned about the beginning of Fcbruai would not be called for at prcscn The banks however must substitute Government Philippine Panama or Hawaiian bonds for the State and mun Jpals they now have on deposit Central Kentucky Real Estate Exdiaof TITLE CO No MIRy sere near Pleaatnt Point K Frm bourn S room and portb Bate and otb- itbulldlnitt acre In cutUvatlon nl In ber Well watered ace yarda nom roolOIllCOllbOOI and church IYI well on plb and In Coo1 IrIcolo- WNohllouOacreiofltod ioCay rountyoa Jbcrty and Columbia roa1 TwIs houwe aod IoU on place Unldenc rooioi IS story reatberboirded real barn Alout uru Iu rultlvatlon Dulldlnfi In niodrrn tbape su racing good Uooil tlmlxr Weil at bouh prloct all or place and 2 tusk ruanln bough II Will wll the a a whole lur Ituui on easy termt or win diiJpiacu to ml utcbasrrt No 2i5A oirc titUs S loom cottase All nrcr try oulbulldlogi sal a good garden Al ut lie from Slanlord Thlt la a cheap plan Pile tub No lii A form of aerpi about wile fron tanford lay well and well watered A good tron of tbe farm In blue grata A fIOafrtab- ldwelllolulalafltlltiru I his projrrty It on plendld pike cOOI etc tilt lilt Ilfr cr Ilour and Grist Mill Anderson county Iy 3S barrel capacity covered with Iron bull g years ego attain and water power tbe latter 8 months of tntfyeur It Imn up idate roller mill with burrs for corn and meal bolt The engine Is of years runt acres with the mill Including what h wIth tbo house of S room All for f810 or 15 500 for tho mill cud acres One halt cash One trade No mill In 10 mile No 181A farm of acre oal soil onehall lolleo north of Huilonvllle on the l anvlll Two ttoty frame dwelling s vtn rooms veranda blI tic floe young orcnard bearing all kinds 0- 1Irult well watered never falling tprlngieic All bulldlop soil feaces are la gool relr rbia fum- II limited In lb best section of Uncoln county la an Ideal home SpIcnJM Ice house burn nil olber necowary outbuildings No Macro of land In Ibe town limit of owland about a8 acres liotloin land and U acre ta woodland The piaea la well fenced and water ed water woks well cistern story frame Hiding S rooms hail veranda back porch lUlU Iller khcuea and cellar flood bra ad all othu uecesaary outbulldlngi Including crib anery etc All In gol repair fencing In firtt cI au order ill wire fence U a beautiful Ice a desirable boiui duIQ to town and will 1cbelr ano on eaty terms No OlOacresoflanJ twostory Iront collage roomi ball ell itotusets neW a good garden aod tplendid orchard of one and one half acre reaclpg twj statues liujgy house srubke tuwvtc A good well on There is a mill on the place a good crusher In will It iI run y natural oOwr whirl Is great economy the darn It In eplrndld repair This property hulled In one of the bet farming dUirt ta Ihe county about I tulle front MlinforJ there li wars a realy sale lor Hour aol meal aa soon ground Wo will sell this plice for JJIOO bargain the bulldlngtalond could nut be Iul- up money No VA farm of 212 acre handsome 1- ern i story brick residence Ulcely furnlthed and up to date In every particular ItorO room ce well located rent This prop rry II clots to srnool In a community and It one the nicest lln Uncoln county Law barn Ihll plae is writ watered and ja well not a oa It Tu re only about 20 acres In cultivation n drettlngriu Plenty of fruit trees Me This II sn Ideal home sod a splendid farm Price roes ooblo No WT About acres of land mile Irol- uCIb Orchark on Lancaster pike A good dwell lOll well and all necessary outblldlngt Place Is rlgb oD pike This is a oJ borne and a cheap IIctl Th owner of tbli Ptolulyllvut Hender loa Ky lad has msd up bis sell Ihll- 1IICe reserving mineral water ruble on vitro h- laa bought at a bargtln tI ui for a price o ItOA farm of 160 acres mile bevond Me nney laywell well Improved and Is right on Pike No barn box stall shed oa- eac tide and driveway In center 2 other barns od 2 tenant house Srooiu brick residence all other necotary out bull Jlugj Jlulldlognd fencing In good reoalr place well wlered at barn house pond sprints ele About acre In grata and tbe rest In tlvatlOD Price rr000CO a t i No 7SCO acres of land near Junction Cllycutl ono fields U acre In cultivation rest In gnu a nice orchard and of teheat hare bon In Kentucky Party sold 2600 pounds grapes last year watered sail gooj Cloee to school and churches A lwotor room freelS dwelling good blrnl cribs sic 111n good repair Price 3il No 1S1IOO acre farm about I mile thlt side of 2 Nc I 81alllclOve Tnt In woodland 1rtce 83 OOW No ISMO acre farm tulle of Crab Urchin Ky Brick dwelling 8 rooms two t nnl house Iwo burnt well and spring near dwelling Firm In high title ol culllTailon 190 acre river bullet land good fencing fruit etc 1rloe IIOUO an ten NoTAnl fans at MlchUnJ well Improo tJ well watered ele lnic boo 6actnofiafllofl Jimeilown roaJ south acres Innovation about tS acres llmter an1rest In gnats large new name dwell lag also an old dwelling on plAce A new tarn wu old ones It lt ash watered and Ihe fencing good On public road Prlc IIOMI No I60A20 acre farm Itafon Dlt flfur nea Crab Orchard About l tlou aui 43 acre In patlure test In good Umber Abou 75 bearing fruit tree on the plan 2 tory t room dwelling Ordln nysusile and crib aol a ury good tenant house bulMlDgt ar In crj good chap but tbe lencea are not The place to watered by loner falling This is rood stock lartn and la uttered at a hartaln Lucy ouij V500 0 No lV170 acre farm rear lluiloorlll IIOOJ dwelling and Urn a good portion of this could hi told for town lot It U waurod anl Ib miIng aOl building are In good couUIInu This one of the twtturut In lb county lbs soil II rich md will prvdute benip etc lnc 11100000 e4 Two story tram dwelling 7 rooms ball ant veranda loud ganleo ftnclbg souL house U goudnpalr Poruleorrenl frlc reatonable NolI flout anil nt acre of land In JUKIn ncr Ky rToulbulldlnRlo Fencing goo l and well watered place ou easy termS No 7a29 acrrt of good land sItu room two tory dwelling well watered good Scoring It U the tuturU oltb city ol Stanrord close to traded ehool soul churcbe Till It a dtttrabl bum rrire reasonable No 17 room frame cottig and one acre o land In Klnntlll Ky large barn smoke house Ac All building aol ftuclng In good repair Price 1100 No 29147j acres ol land cottage of roouit good hall ant 2 parch lood barn and other nary outbuilding Fencing and building In rued repaIr Place well wttered a tplmdld well at house etc Land It all lTl and produce well Voung apple and peach orchard Thli firm It ilout miles item town Price JJMO No2lUA 810 acre firm In the Wayntthuig lection bout4 inlle from 2 tall road station dose to lieu otnrr atones cburebe Ito lys between 2 county reed Rural Free IVluerr Rout by plate tour room log Jioute a splendid SlitS kwl busing sot bit two rood tbca It watered with orrfalllng hemp ami a run ning branch through the pile It has goal fem ant ontlmlldlnft Irlc fI soO T rmietiy- So 203loll acre firm situated on th Waynit and MU Vernon rust aboat I mile tail if WaynMbiirg llat a Sroora Cutisgw etc This plarellonc to a gentleman in Calllurnlt lad b will sell It tbeap suit on easy tiruSe JISA tiles large store room aol dwellleg ibot ronsistiog of severil nIcely fJruuisbr4 Koni barn and lot aDi sit nniesry lIulbulldlnKi fblt property la In good repair situated on Alain trees In right In lh busbies portion of awn Ttalaprorty wiilt4soidofa bargain s a opportunity to sonic one dntrlng In butloraa For tbl stole and dwelling being eruMned will Ie s great saving in rent etc No WH acre of land Dear Crab Orchard tbNP No 3l9lbue vacant lot In Junction City at Southeast Mntr of Lure aol Krofioo stretta renting Ito feet on tiroflon street aS running oulb on Lueua street Ill tees irk lilt cash No Home stud lot on 1njtn itre t In site jnl Itoo4trtrn etc Everything In good re ulr Price lfiOOINo W Twoetarr dwelling of lit rooms two ball veranda U well at dour aol all Diner erratary oulbulldlnca Also large blacksmith Lop COiJO and sheJi length uf shop and 10 foe wide This property will b told at a very ow No IIJA farm of Ml arm situated aboutl7 nllea Irons Btanloid ant tulle from frab Urcha oa the waters of Odsr Crick Tbpplscei cut In bout 12 filth and can b aubdltldnl About Ko actH li la cultivation timber tulBcIent to ke p up ilate One and onehalt story frtiu dwelling o- lrocmehailporchm Two good bouen thlhllIbrourbou barn fencing fair per acre tnNit room collar and I acr of land loeated shout I inlle from Shelby City Tha house lone cost tIW We win sell place tot lawINo iu5Goscre34tnlle Ima Junction tory I room frame dwelling good barn rrtb mtke etc All In good repair Incudlng racing S3 acr s la gnus sod 26 arm In cuitiva lIoa Hood orchard ol leubtlUIIII alII1esplendid rape sold In year Place close to school hurebe sir and well watered medlrttol well at hOUM and lock well at Urn elc price II6UO First Nalional BankCapital 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit flank of Stanford In Hit then reorranltcd as the National Hank of Stanford In HIS and again reorganlied aa the First National Haik of Stanford In tail hawing had practically an uninter rupted existence fur 41 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In Ita honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries cad Corporations Solicited No sal2aOacrraOtlsnd2dwnlllegiot4w each ians o ua out to the fTbl2 set fencing are In good repair Place It well Watered byooui tpringi creek etc HpletulM loUcwj land and ru Mrrrti of torn to She acre 11- 1piacoskcatheownettron i4 to 20 lit tintliii one It not tbe cpeaiwM Here of livid In Lincoln county If you ate look ing for a bargain this li yourchamit Pilceitifip No H liOacr rarmloollt S lIes Roust loin lays iplendldljri mostly In cultlnttlon well attire dic lultiiguf fonrtuuua large burn Prorty tell fenced etc Price liO icr ntr No 415a room dwelling good cilIa and acres land Or filling well and iprloir and outbulldlnct In fair condition Cneaiiplac close to town Will mil a small Utility No 1191 acre tarn In toil ol Phil l Uory k rode dwelling store house smoke Louse- house wen crib etc All the bulldlngt and rtOrlOIIf In fair condition Hood apple orchard u IS acre In cultivation ml In d timber Watered by a easer falling well end walcra ol Houth turk Prlc WJOO No III A birin of nlwut IM fleece on one ol the Iml turnpike In Ibe county A biindwm we story fninie dwelling on of the Jnr cii nocl Lest Jmrna This plure la well wiiter litnl teryllilDCiiboulli it IcrluJut tone i enlhllfl1 n good community tlrIIrlt w I7i01 No SoIOpoG acres of cotton UnJ In Mlttlttlfrl There It no e of country which otter to many for prodUbl InveHmtnt at the tlrpl 0 lta which It now SOy dcKiltJ at lrtperlty Valley The Unbfrlt r comlnc aiorvalu able all the Ilml tot th lumber 0mom the North whet Ih aurplyotllnberltfail Idlmlnlthlnc art conttantly their r chases of tlPiUr lands In the South When thi N It nmovtJ the UnJ It une ualeJ for atrleultu ral eurpoMi It will product a hat of cotton re th acll or will grow any other kind uf crop raIsed In the temperate zone The toll nxdt no fertMitrt end tins a ltlJ whkhcaniMt be excelled item sri low Ihe till Is ptrlectanltbtman whotuyslttltalarm- and Umber It naklne an In vettmenl that ha wIll never regie ThIs lent U dl sited let liactt rjnglnr Iron 40 acre In Ih trad la 5000 acres to bl trart and price tress It rerq In Ji6 per acts accorJlrtg to loctUon etc ire authorliej by the company who owns sees landi State that at other parties are considerIng lh of thee lands that we otter thea leads sub iecltornorulfwlthJhmwal from market or In wlthont However whtn noticed ituyailIholJanytfact out of natktt Song noug- tlociheTurthlItr an Invetllfillon AKn 11000 acret of und hat beer MUby the Com pane tine we received this option joe further pad IcuUrt call aloof aftk e Alan a 80 barrel mtll III Mercer county Ultodatewith ImiiroTernenl nnilSO acrea uf One ted close to Southern railroad Price III 000 IJ5 OtU In Uciuter feet root aol boofetdeep All neteiuty oullul1dlDIl zrrpt been Ecerythisg t now aol la ps shape Iueconlaisus counts ball secants porch- and btsupDt lue to school etlsuscba etc tIre IJ No luTea urea of land two stoly front rot- tag ee nwrnt bill ei hoe u uw t good tardin and splendid orchard ol acne lenclni toed tao stsble7 bouw semis bout tie A good eecw there Iialeo t good mill oa Ih place a g J crusher In mill It li ruts by nil ural power which li a rut economy liltS Ib dUI It In good repair Will sill bIInt at a low Igure or lease lt No 34 nllll hotel lrg rooms double term dai hallway Me A lafltO 2 story storeroom rronllng ttrrel leIt tnm hotel up stair suite ble fonda 2 nkecotugea nicely furnlthfd paperrd and piloted room and ttranda each A hut on sew lot used as IICetbl icod Yaceet lot b Suo Kylaudr month In account of HI bMllkolbl wife only meson for I1IDllrfOlrleto r sMItH to oicbaof tot farm In tie 75A imall farm DOS irma of good land orated eloM to town ln1re322i0- c 330 err oUlaoS one miii from Somerwt Kyrutlneten Beldt Forty aero la colOns lion 40 acre paaturv balanc la lltuUr leach oc contains MVearoonit Larn bra and all nee sacy outbuiliiogs Irore and Luildingsin plea Id Well altered lila s0- 1uNo2l0acrsof isndInFord tvUat Eu ill mile from railroad and l i mll from Arkansas ricer t enly arrnsolaad It tint Settee la Intctaaa land and In fraaa This last Is Ion Ile ricbSB 3U acres In Allen county Ky on roll road cod pike about oem cultivated about US la limber and grass and about Ito In grass Timber on lumen la cut to II incise but will make barrel timber cluing 1M tlea and cord wtnxj enough to for the place twice over A large part is fenc Id are four dwelllnRi of I room ach and one store of twos torlen with room tbove has wells and springs of water Is In Smile of mutely seal and prows tobacco j club Urn wheat grass etc for Onehalf Of Stanford ICy Officers I J HOOKER Tratl 8T llAHKtu V irai J J MoKOIlEUTS Ohr W H WKAtlENAsst Cbn Directors W1LeldlJan111IeB J Hocker Stanford K L Tanner M n Klmoro Stanford II lUughman Stanford IiP Hill Stanford Jaa Robinson Uubbl J II Itaughmaa Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford er the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Reniuchy I HAS A Capital 5OOOOOO vt Surplus Undivided Profits 2500000 Individual Deposits 24000000 Available for use of its Patrons 31500000 Right Goods and Right Prices at Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Dealer in Hardware Stoves Tinware Gro ceries Field Seeds Etc Com v plete Stock Main Street STANFORD KYII S wfp