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I1 i 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXV I STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 22 1907 NO6 ODE TO BOBBITT Bobbitt thou Cicero of the mountains Thou Napoleon of the bluo dome above Let thy mind wander from either And lIt to the pleadings of love Wo know thy mind cant inhabit this bleak world But wanders to cthcrial realms on high- Though tho Lord made this dreary old world Still well bo glad when wo pass it by Thou with thy Chcsterflcldian air and Aristotlo mien In tho famed halls of Congress are sol dom seen You my dear friend theres none can compare With thy venerable beard and flowing locks of hair From crescent Lunas throne to Na lures bjso Is as familiar to you as tho old clocks face In Elysian Holds thy mind doth roam As though this place was not thy home Blackstono is as tho primer to you So is Shakapcarc Shillcr and Milton too Tho bible that book of wondrous in spiration A chapter you take for a mornings oration Though years may come and years may go Tho fame of Bobbitt will continue to Representative run and beat Igroother you a Senators scat Lev KIDDS STORE j Born to the wife of Henry McKinney a daughter hazel Miss Ella Barnett and visiting friend Miss Maymo Un derwood of Doyle spent Saturday with friends of this suburb Miss Rosa Mc Cormack Miss Claro Hare of lIuston vllle and Miss Nellie Ellis of More land were guests of friends hero Doyd Weatherford is accredited with dauntless temerity in assuming charge of an oven half dozen fair damsels last Satur dayIt Is regrctablo that John Alexander Dowlo when consciously passing over tho river remained malevolently roo acnlful toward even his wife and son manifesting ulwoluto destitution of thoso divine qualities of which ho was eo arrogant in health And experiments demonstrate 7 that exicographcr must review the definition of n soul which has been proclaimed something 7 immaterial In tangible Imponderable but proved to weigh from half to an ounco presum able in proportion to volume of corpor cal accompaniment He is a reckless scoffer who challenges proposed achieve menu of scientists but wo still duck k behind Missouri citizenship in matters of n halo about Dowies head and the ponderable soul given such prominence by tho press but up to date the senti mont of Casey yet expressed is unanimous for stag- sQhgmhnrlalns Cough Remedy is Both Agreeable and EffeotlvetChamberlains Cough Remedy has no superior for coughs colds and pleasantIway a with mothers Mr W S Iolhnm a merchant of Kirksvlllo Iowa says POI more than 20 years Chamber lains Cough Hemody has been my leading remedy for all throat troubles It Is especially successful In cases of croup Children like it and my cus f tomers who have used It Mil not take any other For snlo bye All Druggists John A Wood Co purchased two it business horses at Lexington last week I for 160 This firm shipped to New Or leans a fine carriage team for Smith Bros of that place for 500 They also sold a lot of mules for 150 to 180 Dunn Adams real estate agents sold Eldrid Bean 35 acres of land on the Lebanon pike to W M Carter of Lincoln county at 115 Advocate Rheumatic Pains Relieved U F Crocker Ksq now84 yours of ago and for 20 years justice of the poaco nt Mtirtlnsvlllo Iowa says I urn terribly ullllcted with sciatic rhou matimn In my loft arm and right hip I havo used threo bottles of Chamber lains Pain Balm and 1t did mo lots of good For salo by All Druggists Promise hat you wont drink moneyAll havo it frap payed an cat it with a spoon That cough aqd cold in Ihohoad cant bo cured easily by Ilyomoi No stom It thetnoso or it falls Q LjIonny- CalvaryBaptlat church at Lexington burned casing a 50000 loss While in The Land of Flowers Rev Mahony Remembers His Home Paper I shall try lifter so long a time to avail myself of your cordial Invitation to lot the readers of tho I J hear from mo through Its columns It is so hard for one who Is off on a health and pleasure trip to find time for letter writing On Feb 21st we boarded tho Florida Limited arriving at Jacksonville the next day about oclock After spend ing two very pleasant days and nights there we took the Atlanta Coast Line for Leesburg a distance of ICO miles further South Leesburg is situated near the center of tho peninsular part of Florida about midwaybclwecn the Atlantic ocean and the Gulf of Mexico Being thus situated between the two great waters it is so fortunate as to es cape the storms of either and yet It is in touch with the refreshing breezes of both Leesburg Is surrounded by beau tiful lakes having Lake Harris Immediately on the South and Lake Griffin on the Northeast with many other beautiful lakes not far away There abound in them fish of the finest va riety One hundred anti three fine bass weighing 300 pounds were caught in Lake Griffin within three hours time on Dec 20 100G In this section of the State the finest oranges are raised Truck farming is carried on hero to a considerable extend Already the pea crop and the lettuce have been gather ed and snipped into the city markets One man told mo that his pea crop net ted him tills year over 500 per acre Another man slated that he purchased nn irrigating plant last year which cost him 500 and ho has already paid for it with sevenelghthsoran acre of let tuce raised and shipped this year The lands are well timbered with good pine timber This is being worked up into furniture and lumber Tho saw mills usually follow the turpentine stills A grunt deal of this fine Umber is being destroyed every year by forest fires Hnvlin deposits have also been discov ered in this section and said to be of the finest quality This is a mineral out of which tho finest chinaware is made A few miles from Lccsburg have been erected two largo Havlin plants at a cost of over 200000 The climate is perfect it seems I do not know how it could bo better People have been going round in their shirt sleeves and sitting out on their porches over since wo have been here Wo have had some very warm days Tho nights however are cool Tho people hero say the summers are cool and pleasant Tho roads which are built of hard clay are fine for driving The tall palms fine oaks magnolias on either side festooned with yards of Span- Ish moss and the orange groves along the way present u most pleasing view This has been n great winter for lout its Tho hotels have all been full Its said that 20000000 are left here each year by tho people from the North My brother who has lived here 30 years seem to bo prospering I havo never seen n happier family They lava dono everything possible to make our stay pleasant Ills boys all com nand fine salaries and ho has a daugh ter who makes from 00 to 100 a month as a stenographer Wo go I think from hero to Tampa thence to SU Augustine and back to Jacksonvillo and then start for home stopping over in Atlanta for a few days to visit our cousin and on home arriv- Ing about the last of the month So far we havo had a most delightful trip and I trust a profitable ono from a hearth standpoint for that is what took mo from homo and business Ma rie my daughter has enjoyed every moment of it Florida id a fine placo for nn ideal winter trip For fishing boating and to get away from winters chilling blasts but for real every day lifo give me my old Kentucky homeR MAHONY How to Remain Young To continue young in health and otrongth do us Mrs N F Rowan MuDonough Ga did Sho says Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured mo of chronic liver and stomach trouble complicated with such an un healthy condition of tho blood that my skin turned rod as flannel I urn now practically 20 years younger than be fore I topk Electric Bitters I can now do all my work wlthjeaso and as sist in my husbands store Guar anteed at Pennys Drug Storo Price 01Judge Moss at Williamsburg sustained the contest board in its rulings in tho local option election The election was held Dec 8 1900 and tho drys carried the county by over 2600 The saloon men of Corbin contested and the contest board upheld the election lames Pinnell of Somerset suffered a fearful shock and bad burns from coming in contact with an electric current t NEWS NOTES Thomas Bailey Aldrich author and poet is dead at his home In Boston as the result of an operation Richmond Va will erect a monument to the memory of Edgar Allen Poe who Was a native of that city On account of the shortage in rail road cars the cypress mills of Louisia na are arranging to resort to the old time method of shipping by barges Isham Railoy ono of the wealthiest landowners of Woodford county died suddenly at his homo in Versailles shortly after having walked to the post office for his mail Paducah is flooded with spurious coin of almost all denominations and is also troubled with numerous thieves burglars and footpads with a few safe blowers in addition Tho United Fruit Company has an nounced the establishment of a now steamship route out of New Orleans withsteamers running fortnightly to Santa Maria Columbia The citizens of Austin Tex in a gen oralelection have voted to rebuild tho Austin dam destroyed in 1900 by flood The rebuilding of the dam it is estimated will cost about 2500000 Carrie Nation in discussing tile re moval of her temperance publication Tho Hatchet to Washington de elated that It will bo the South that will freo the North from tho rum slaveUnited States and British flags to bo made by Mrs Roosevelt and Queen Alexandria will be used to decorate the bust of Nelson which has been prese ed to the Naval Academy at Annapolis by the King of England- A local option election has been called by the County Judge for Davicsa coun ty including tho city of Owensboro and a determined effort will be made by the temperance forces to close the 40 or more saloons now being conducted there Tho establishment of n permanent national fair In a 1000000 building in New York City has been proposed by members of the Michigan Society in the metropolis It is proposed to have Congress furnish 5000000 and the States the remainder Felix Feltner convicted of inducing witnesses in the Marcum damage case against Bargis to leave the scene of tho trial will tako up tho service of the sentence imposed upon him of serving two years in tho Clark county jail and paying a fine of 3000 Two persons were killed and nine in jured when a threestory building in Cincinnati collapsed Tho foundations were weakened by the flood in the Ohio river and the walls gave way without warning One man is missing and may be dead in the ruins Ben Parker proprietor of a boarding house in Mayfield in tho ruins of which was found tho charred body of an un known man has been indicted on four charges Ho is accused of murdering the stranger and setting firo to the building to cover up tho crime President Ripley of the Santa Fe in nn interview blames President Roose velt for tho conditions in Wall street Ho states that his road is prepared to Inaugurate a policy at cutting down expenditures for improvements as a result of tho shape in which things arc in tho railroad and financial world Saved Her Sons Life Tho happiest mother in tho little town of Ara Mo Is Mrs S Iluppee Sho writes Ono year ago my son was down with sucli serious lung trou tile that our physician was unable to help him when by our druggists ad vice I began giving him Dr Kings Now Discovery and I soon noticed Improvement I kept this treatment up for u few weeks when ho was perfectly well Ho has worked steadily since at carpenter work Dr Kings New Discovery saved his life Guar anteed best cough and cold euro by Pennys Drug Store 60o and 81 Trial bottle free- Carriers in the rural free delivery service In Kentucky will profit by an order issued by the First Assistant Postmaster General which willcarry into effect the recent act of Congress providing for a substantial increase in their salaries The chief beneficiaries of the new law will bo those serving tho longer routes upon which the greater hardships of the service fall a Found at Last J A Harmon of Llzomorc West Va says At last I have found tho perfect pill that never disappoints me and for the benefit of others alllicted with torpid liver and chronic consti pation will say Take Dr Kings New Lifo Pills Guaranteed satisfactory 25o at Pennys Drug Store Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup is a now remedy an Improvement on the laxatives of former years as it does not gripe or nauseate and is pleasant to take It is guaranteed o L Penny I WILLIAM S WARREN The above is a tolerably good like ness of Mr William S Warren famil iarly known as Uncle Billy Ho will be 83 years on July 31 and we dare soy ho is the best preserved man for his age in Lincoln county He is a great walk er and frequently hoofs it to Danville spends the night with his laughter and returns next day afoot lie has walk ed from Louisville to this place Uncle Billy has been a resident of Stan ford 50 years coming from Pulaski county at the age of 32 Ho has twice married his present wife being Mrs Evelyn Wren Ills first was Miss Elizabeth Adams and to them seven children were born only two of them surviving They are Mesdames James W Collins of Danville and Edna Her rod of Louisville Mr Warren joined the Christian church some 65 years ago but for the past two years has been a member of Christs church on Lancas ter street Ho has never smoked nor chewed but has always taken a drink when ho wanted it Sinco his wifes illness he has taken her place at tho loom and has woven over 500 yards of carpet RUBBLE Miss Maud Spainhower of Preach crsville is teaching a select school hereElder J T Williams will fill his ap pointment at the Methodist church Sunday morning E B Miller is selling off his stock and other things preparing to go to In dianapolis April 1 The mining company of Virginia has resumed work here and they are now shipping byrates in largo quantities K L Dunagan sold his tobacco de liveredat Harrodsburg at 4 and 7c J M McKcchnio sold some hogs to J M Johnson at 61c Sam Harris bought a black mare for 110 The awakening of Spring has caused Hubble to throw off the gloom of win ter and notwithstanding the scarcity of news it still wishes to bo represented on the worthy pages of the INTERIOR JOURNAL Mrs A C Coleman is visiting her daughter Mrs Harry Gritlin in Dan ville Miss Flonnie Hammond has re turned from a visit to Bardstown Thos Barker is on tho sick list Miss Mamie Underwood visited friends in Huston vine last week II B Cox and Mrs John Blanks who have been ill of pneu monia arc convalescing Cause of StomachTroubles When a tuna 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 bow els are habitually constipated Take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to regulate tho bowols and Ins prove tho digestion and see If tho trouble docs not disappear Ask for a rreo sample Sold by All Druggists A pair of five inch scissors has just worked through tho thigh of a woman at Wichita Kansas which was sewed up in tho cavity after she was oper ated on for tumor four years ago Sur gery may have made rapid strides in recent years but some surgeons at least need heads on their shoulders Teter Salt Rheum and Eczema These are diseases for which Cham berlains Salve Is especially valuable jt quickly allays tho Itching and smarting and soon effects n cure Price 25 coats For sale by AH Druggists John T Youngs tobacco barn in Logan county was burned with about 20000 worth of tobacco Mr Young belonged to the association but it is claimed that he was buying independently Incendiarism is suspected A severe cdld that may develop into pneumonia over night can be cured quickly by taking Foleys Honey and Tar It will euro tho most obstinate racking cough and strengthen your lungs Tho genuine is in a yellow package G L Penny rGRIFFON BRAND BUYAn Griffon Brand GuaranteedSuit Spring and- Summer THE KIND THAT FITS WELL SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Frazier Carts at W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky Best Made I DE ElTCETS DES tjPMMER5 DE SIWS DEfiLES Stock of above now Call and see completeIa4 GEORGE H Old Hickory Wagons for Sale by E T Pence CC ux cY Tho time is coming when you will enjoya good bath more than anything on a hot afternoon Country folks you can enjoy this luxury almost a necessity ns well as towif people It will actually be cheaper for you will not have to pay for water Se- eS H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucry Tinner and Plumbert r4I J1r1 r t 1nThe Interior Journal E C WALTON WHSHANK- SI h candidate fur Hopretontnttrt or Un coin county In thu next ml of Kentucky and respectfully submits hll claims to the ilemocrntlu inue conventions Baturdny April o 1W7 M F NORTH Ii a candidate for action Ute Lincoln eonnty subject to the of Vemo r tlQparty t J T ROBERTS Ii cnndldnte for Magistrate In the Ornb Orchard District subject to tho ftctlon of thedemocruttopartyh Is ncimdldute for Jailer of Lincoln count Bubject to tho iictlon of the Democrat party Democratic Ticket r For U S Senator J C W Beck bam For Governor S W Hnger For Attorney General John K Hendricks For State Superintendent of School M O Winfreyf For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant GoveruOrSout1 TrimbleFor II M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubc VreelandFor Ruby Laffoon For Clerk of Court of Appenls John B Chcnault OUR brother Mr W P Walton of the Kentucky State Journal got mulcted to the tuneof 2000 by on Ariderap county jury in the damage suit of on Noel Gaines against him Gaines sues for 50000 and we suppose the jury thought it was too much money for him to handle so it gave him enough for pocket change ouly The papers con tention was that the famous Halej Lassing letter is a forgery and so ext pressed itself Gaines in whose pos session the letter is claims it is gen- uineh According to the verdict the jurors seem to think the letter is only onetwentyfifth pure stuff Just such a verdict is another of the many good reasons why such cases should be tried before judges who are lawyers and goo ones at that Anderson county people may know enough about red liquor to tell whether it is genuine or not but I we opine that in their diagnosis of a drink they would not go down to such a fractional part as 10 of them did in this verdict The case will of course be ar pealed if a new hearing is refused THE enforcement of to eight our law will greatly retard governme work on river and harbor Improvements It has been urged by Govern ment engineers that dredging work especially in tidal waters could not be successfully adapted to the rigid eighthour requirement Heretofore the law has been so construed as to exemp from its operation employe whose hours of work were necessarily Irregular butSecretary Taft holds to the strict letter of the statute Ht waves back the tides and their Irregu larIties and prescribes the same regula tions for cook captain and crew TilE Court of Appeals by a unani mous opinion declared unconstitutional and void tho act of the Legislature passed in 1906 redistricting the State and creating 100 legislative districts The court holds that the act does not give equal representation to all and orders that the next election be held under the old law The Congressional districting bill of 1893 was sustained as it was thought it would cause con fusion to overthrow the present law nowHON CIIAS C McCuoRD present chairman of the Kentucky State Rail road Commission has been formally declared the democratic nominee for railroad commissioner from this the second district by the democratic dis trict committee The committee re turned to Mr McChord his entrance feo of 3000 and revoked the order for the primary which was called for April 2 TilE fearful news comes that milli nery will be 20 to 30 per cent higher this season Good Lord deliver us POLITICAL Ellen Livingston was appointed post master at Straight Creek Bell county Lena S Staton has been appointed postmaster at Bondville Mercer county and W A Donaldson at Knox Fork Knox county- Former President Grover Cleveland passed his 70th birthday anniversary Monday with friends on a fishing trip in South Carolina William Jennings Bryan in a speech at Cincinnati declared that he wished to bo sn the firing line in the next pres idential campaign Following up the launching of his Illinois boom Vice President Fairbanks made three speeches in Chicago Monday winding up at an elaborate St Patricks 4 day banquet Now that thq members of Congress have had their salaries increased Rep resentative Gaines of Tennessee has declared his intention of renewing his fight against absenteeism Lou Finley has been appointed postI master at Giles Garrard county t President Roosevelt has declined U o invitation to attend the National Pad era Exposition which will begin at Chicago May 1 but has consented to open the exposition by touching a button at the White House In his proclamation convening the Missouri Legislature in special session Gov Folk names as a subject for consideration the suppression of racetrack gambling Many other important measures are to be considered It is believed that the president will promote Judge Page Morris of Minnesota to the circuit bench if an tunity arises He is the only opporI of the Federal judiciary who declared unconstitutional the emplc ers liability act MIDDLEBURG Tho cooing of a dove a few days sin e brought to mind the fact that Springtime is here and that good old Summer time is not far off There was quarterly meeting at the Methodist Saturday and Sunday Presiding Elder House was present and preached a very interesting sermon on SundayThe Baptist church at Grove has been completed and will likely be dec cated in April These people have had a hard struggle and we are glad thnt success has at last crowned their ef fortsThe Baptist Sunday school here will present the church with a new organ The moneyhas been raised and a com tnittce appointed to purchase the instrument which will be placed in the church in a few days We have never heard so much complaint of colds and grip Nearly every ono we have met for a week or more has complained more or less of these troubles Along the pike from here to Liberty wtioleamilles have been down was a little spat in Jason Co feys store at Yosemite last week tha was amusing to those who witnessed ii The question of sanctification was being discussed when Walter Dome an over zealous advocate of the doctrine made a remark that was displeasing to Coleman Lucas when Lucas swatted him a couple of swats Sanctification means meekness forbearance etc but we are not advised as to whether Dome turned the other check or not Miss Lula Adams returned from Luc low Saturday where she has been visiting her sister Mrs Leighman Miss Nora Coffey returned from Florida where she spent the winter Mia Alice Jones of Lexington is teaching a class In music at J R Wilsons Circuit Clerk Jason Wesley and wife of Liberty were here Sunday to show their new baby and to see Dr and Mn J T Wesley who are sick William Eiansford is better after a few days tussle with grip and other troubles Stuben Godby was down to see his friends a few days since and spent the night with C C Jones IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The Order of Railway Conductors will give a swell hop nt Somerset April tat O A Ham died at thehome of Henry Waddle in Somerset after a long ill ness Lloyd Clarkson u prominent stock trader of Washington county died after a long illness Sam Beams of Williamsburg was given one year in the penitentiary for shooting his wife Charles W Wood aged 36 a prominent citizen of Pittsburg Laurel county died in the Jewish Hospital Louisville after a protracted illness Amended articles were filed by the Williamsburg Home Telephone Company of Whitley county increasing Its capital stock from 5000 to 10000 Tho trial of John and James Simpson charged with tho killing of Nathan Taylor and Bud Casey near Buckeye Gar rard county resulted in a verdict of 21 years each A Knoxville firm has been awarded the contract to build the two new buildings for Union College Barbourvillu and will commence at once The contract price is 50000 C Irvine Pitman the wellknown Boyle county horseman is dead at his home in the Parksville section He showed and drove horses at nearly every fair and race track In Kentucky Charley and Henry Ketr brothers were given two years each by a Whitley county jury for throwing locks at- an old man One of the missiles struck him on the head and knocked himdown n CHURCH MATTERS REV L M OatER will preach at urncrsville at 230 Sunday aftewioon nextNew Yorks oldest church building is St Pauls dating back t f 1710 while Trinity is the oldest and richest organ- Ization The land owned by Trinity wns part of the old West India Com inys farm before the English came to take possession of the island The C W B M will observe its- week of prayer at Hustonvillo begin- Ing Monday afternoon instead of Tu day The first service will be led by- Mrs Clarence Daniels at the parson nge The remainder of the program will appear in Tuesdays paper Eld J G Livingston will preach at l tTheconducted by the pastor Dr W F Vaughan and asuistcd by Rev Jt B Harris is drawing large crowds Mr Harris hits the devil wherever ho finds him and according to reports ho finds him most frequently in dancing halls and skating rinks A complimentary ticket is at his disposal to find ono in tho rink at Waltons Opera House Homer Carpenter field secretary for the Kentucky State Y P S C E Un ion will address the people of More land on Monday 25th at 715 also at Hustonvillo Tuesday evening on Chris tian Endeavor and IWork Mr Car penter is a niost Inicrpsting speaker and a gifted orator Every ono is cordially invited to hear him The young people are earnestly requested to be present The Stale convention will be hold this year nt Paris May 18 19 and 20 The International Convention will be at Se attic In July writes G L Carpenter CARD OP THANKS Wo desire to thank G L Penny for introducing Mlona stomach tablets They cure Wo can now cat hearty meals without Indigestion Cured users TO THE LADIES OF MoKINNEY I desire to say to the ludlos of MeKlnney rind vicinity that I nut prepared to serve theta In the Millinery llm with nil till lilt it and newest fashions cordially invite your pat ronuguJLisTIf HIMQLKTON McKinney Ky Farm for Sale or Rent Turnern1lllitoraccessary outuulldlnK IIIto1rerun prlviite Alltlr1 F tJUVRKOor btu Ky or on I K hewer on the place 5per1d a PIgi1sanl halfhour lookbt mar tho HENRY BOSCH COMPANY WALL PAPER sample at our owe ban milling comfortably la your M 7 chalrl Toucan mat a better election that W thee by ransacking the tons You Me Utt whole Uath veiy latcet dMlcnt the loveliest tlnU and richest color eJFecta Including Imported patterns Everything tad la wall paper la the Bac lies New itseo Yc get the lowest win cell with Boech Samples set hoar you name Look thom overto your hearts eon tratoot the least obligation to buy its our way of edver Using tho BcodI Wall Papas House Painting And Graning Charlie Stewart Stanford Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court A B Ilntln PlalntltT vii Carrie Kstes et at Defendants Notice of Hale Funniant to n Judgment of the Llncoli circuit court In tbu iilmve styled nctlon chi undersigned Commissioner will on MONDAY APKILS IWf lietween and 2 r In front of the court hou eduor In Htiiuford KyM Mll nt publl outcry to till lilghest snit let bidder the ntiefyIJtnfavor of plulntlfT Uatitln for tlie son of HIV with lute rest thereon nt the rate of percent per annum from Jan tie nullpaid the roil of this actloi The euhlrrleenitr hit 11111 III the town of lntb urchunl roml of n lot and the building thentin the lot frontln lrlnlNorlhJolm lIuilmiiHii H il Tu rot tlifiire Mill I144 lixi 0lu pest tlmnce thiue itlhwtinuu llnnllm llni N HPt K US fort to the IxBlli nliitr coiitalnliiRtiiiKof acre Living lo No conveyed to John lluflmnan and Join bJUniuoIionrrTIll ole will be ninde on n cretllt of elf requlrttitoglcuaiiproved security layuble to the onimls loner bearing Interest ut the rate of 6 lIor cent JeT annum front ditto of xalu Until loving the roreo trod elTlCI of n Judgment upon which execution may luau at maturity If not paid To further secun the same u lien will lie retained on ties lam Mild GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C HENRY WA TIERS ONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal 5AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 1501 Few people In tbe United states have not oard of tbo CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In all hug it Is essentially u family paper By special arrangement we are enabled to of- or the WEEKLY COUBIKEODnNAL one year and this paper for tbe price named aboTe Send your subscription for tbe com nation to unot tc the CourierJournal f Eggs for Hatching I of Hart riymouth Hoekl IorOlllllt11I1I1 Light nud Orpfagtol- delivered emu to Htmtfnrd or Crab Orchnl ktnt SIU per setting of IL Two Blttlnll settings run Kemoimble hutch III nured or order relllled at huff price Mug W WIHTK Preiichersvllltt 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treat IAKOIII tor Axtaxla JlIlnl81 Vlironle Hheuni tlnt etc iiiechanlo lly Oorrectlv Mnlil ulntlon In Orthojiwllo surgery looatl retired nnd salubrious Irounds extensli bur1ee reiuouable Thirty minutes rhlt from Fountain Hquare Cincinnati For pltr tituliirn addnss VALLFY VIEW HANITAUIlM Fort Tliomus Ky VITAE OiE Mothers Natu forthe Ills of Mankind Pdln Klllrr Clerm Destroyer DUeaso tin tiller lIood and Hlronath iiestorvr N II Bogie Jlnrksbury Kentucky General Agent D Je SMITH DEALEIt IN General Merchandise and Country Produce GILBERTS CREEK KY Ogdensburg 8787 ItecortltYTrialR- yMnnihrlnolitchenwill t2make the set- Itll of U 7iit lilY TO INHlKK aVINU dOIjT tie Is nlavbidividunlnu- has abundant style speed and action has proven himself n great briefer his COItIl wing the kind that sell readily for hlg irlces The tine Hllns Ander on nln earsold will al o make the season of lw III my place on thu Htitnford A Preacher Ille mllf Irma Mlnnfonlnt jsl NHUItK A L1VINO COLT When ma Is traded or removed from 1IIIIhlorhIMIlJ- without in ma she Is 014 eason Is forfeltcil unit money lieromes hle Joitx It AxiiKitMox Itowliind Ky KIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KYt Also Furniture of All Jviiul Carpets Drugjjcte Rugs Matting Picture Frnniw Slinjcs Lace Curtniii Slid Wall Paper Mr E T Ucazloy has charge df the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night ICO or 133 POSTED We whoso mimes appear letlowtricth3 irbld huntlngTlslilngoraiiy kind of tree using on our plates pro euuto vl ators to thu full extent of the law tirosFntiVonAlluuwFred llaumann Helcheubaoh Joseph Itallou AUDunn M J UlirU Jacob Jl D Klxioru David Htephnni Mary HolTinanu- lj P Nunnelley J W Hiiughman- Uhrlitlnii Oniyson J1Ulrpdnteb Jacob Jessweln Ham Dauierou Mrs 1J ABhlock 3UOuver- Fred llnndorf SirVMPuridlcton Oordlor J NovlnOarter ellrcuny I K Bruce Anderson Curt J O Hpratt IFOover W KAmon- W Teak 1G F Martin- MeeerkPnxton O Itoutt V P Martin Hamuol UiuUay eIPeAlexMrs Waiter Impson Jlros Tlnsley Hpoomunorv P W tarter lien P Martin M X Lawrence r SHIRTSThe Shirts for this season are beyond ques tion the prettiest ever turned out Of course Dark Shirts to a certain extent will always be usedBlues Greys and Tans willifbe quite popular but LIGHT COLORS willjfgreatly predominate this time Plain I WhiteJNegligee or White with neat narrow black stripe orivery small black dot or figure all with Cuffs attached are the things this tr time A pure White Linen pleated bosom open front to fasten with buttons cuffs at tached is the SMARTEST GARMENT out Pongees with Collar and Cuffs attached in white and cream will be quite in evidence Theseare all furnished in the celebrated Fountain Brand at prices 100 150 and 200 They are cut full in body lay down close at the neckIwith any length sleeve from 31 to 35 and any size neck from 1312to 2O inches see them in our windows H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY No Better Cough Remedy is Made Lt than Our Compound Syrup White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists lorhoulIolIlUhorollll QUlllllllt lOlllllOlIlul rllhl rur Coltll 1IIl1 1II1Iru1 VllIetllblo llnk Cant trotherafIIlthu guarantee iyliealuaccording tll our till teat for ii hll a bla tuftytotquoctival nud nhrrlitI Ulllhnllllin 1lerypluut Sfei lirmoua Ylehv Mcrotulou More i ee WllIk lyc orMtyc lt ullo far stock rrlcu AI dniselag ilir More ct all klllll unegonled only o point Your loose I Dont your house need a fresh coat of paint Spring is nearly here greatlytomadeTry t STANFORD DRUG CO fl r en V1rf t r New Skirts desirableISkirts andSjinburet Skirt rS14P 01 IJY Iii STANFORD Ky MAIICII 22 1007 lnys Drug Store PERSONALS Mn AI PENCE was in Loulsvillo 7 ruuyIA1f B SAUKLEY is in Frankfort on legal business v GEOUOB PENDIDTON is up niter a protracted illness t MRS W MASON Motwis went up to f Grab Orchard yesterday Miss UBSSIE GOODIN of Salvisa is with Mrs W P Vaughan MR GEO L PKNNY Severn days In Louisville buying jtoOOsI MR It II I3ATSON wife and baby ipf Lancaster were hero Tuesday JUDGE W M MYERS of HuatonviuV passed through to Laurel county Tues day CArT W WORSHAM and wife of Corbin wcro guests of Mr J F Gov ersMiss MYRTLE OBANNON is assisting 1in the mllllnery f the Misses Van De I veerMR II J McUoiiBRTB was in Cin cinnati this week buying goods for his pretty store MRS nETTle MCKiNNEY has returned from a visit to Mrs W J Ynger in Louisville MRS W C PETTUS and children of VIlmo o arrived yesterday to visit Mrs James P Cummins REV CLARENCE DANIELS and wife of Hustonvillc spent yesterday with Eld and Mrs iw M Omer Miss MAC IX GAN and Mr George D Weathcrford of Hustonvillc were gucsU at Mr W 0 Speeds Mns IVAN FISH who has been with her parcnta In the Gilberts Creek suction returned to Crab Orchard yester day tH W B OBANNON spent several days in Louisville lIe went from that city to Texas to spend some time prospecting BORN to tho wife of AssistAnt Cash ier Walter O Walker of tho Lincoln County National Bank a daughter the second l lION GEO Eo STONE of Monticello 1has bought tho Sweeney property in v Danvlllo for 1000 and will move there in a few weeks FRIENDS of Prof W C Grinstcad will be glad to hear that ho Is improv I ing rapidly and was able to be out Fri dayBoylo County Herald MR AND MRS MARK A PIIELTS of Richmond stopped over for a few di ys with their daughter Mrs R C Mocker on their return from Florida I Mns A E HUNDLEY is expected home on Friday from Orlando Fla where sho has been several weeks with I cute her sister Mrs Willis Palmer Advo Mns KITTIR SMITH of Mt Vernon who tins been here nursing Miss Pearl Aldridgc returned to her home Wed n She loft her patient doing nicely LOCALS GARDEN seed of all kinds at Farris r FOR RENT Cottage on Mill Street J H Baughman Co t REMEMBER wo will have our Easter opening Thursday March 28 Misses Straub 2t WE are having regular Summer wea l1 ther and the farmer and early gardener areas busy as bees S C B LEGHORN eggs 1 for setting of 17 or three settings for 2 Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonville Ky Fon SALE200 bushels of nice clean cultivated hctoip seed W G Gooch Paint Lick Phono 171 A Lancaster exchange MONEYMoney for those jurors who served at the February term orcircuIt court has arrived and Trustee ott the Jury Fund Walter 0 Walker is ready to pay It but Mows than 1000 bottles of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water were sold In Lincoln county last year It Is tho best family medicine In the world For salo by all druggists FOR SALETho Will Stono property on Portman Ave The owner has de to leave Stanford and the proper tjaided be bought at a bargain For particulars see or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky NEW mattings and wall paper Trib ble Pence SEe the Leonard Cleanable Refrig orator at Farris Two rcpt to single lady MIsa Nancy Van Doveer Stanford 3t BOONB WALLS are enlarging amI repairing their stable on Depot street NOVJLTIHS In hats pew Mushroom Sailors andcress shapes Mlssc Straub 2t ASK your druggist lIe will tell you all about Whites Diamond Brand Crag Orchard Water ED WILKINSON is the boss fisherman Ho caught 20 pounds of the finest you ever saw at Duddorars Mill Tuesday TilE areinvited to see our dis play of Spring and Summer milliner Saturday March 23 Misses Van De veer S C PURE strain White Leghor eggs for sale 75 cents a setting or three settings for 2 Miss Lizzii Davison 3t BROWN Legorn eggs single comb stock COc for setting of 15 lack Minorca eggs same price Ed Hubbard Stanford SKATING RINK night at 730 Ecach person admitted gets free a chance on an elegant pnze to be given away Friday night 29 Gov BECKHAM appointed Attorney L F Johnson of Frankfort special judge of the Rockcastlo term of circuit court for the regular March term UNTIL April let offer suits at wholesale cost also 35 suits odds and ends at half price Come early and get the pick Cummins McCla ry MEATS of tho kind delivered anywhere in tho town limits up to 5 oclock In the afternoon Phone your orders to R B Wilkinson the butch erSHIGHEST cash price paid for chickens eggs scrap iron brass rubber feathers hides of all kinds Land Buchanan at Greers shop Somerset St Stan fordeFort SALE Ismland eggs 2 and per setting of 15 Won fIrst prize on first pen and second on cockerel and pullet at Knoxvlllc Tenn Mrs L B Cook MILLS Frank Mills deputy sheriff of Casey county and a splendid citizen died at his home in the Ellisburg section of Casey Monday and was buried at 10 oclock Tuesday GRIMES Miss Mary Grimes daugh ter of Charles Grimes of Garrard and a relative of the family of Mr J M Phillips of this place died near Lan caster of consumption aged 30 Tim Hon Sam Owsley farm of 050 acres changed hands several days ago but by request we withhold men tion of it William P Logan got the residence and 225 acres of It and W L McCarty the rest The prices paid is private ROIIINSON Willio Robinson the 18 year old son of Mr W Porter Robinson died at an early hour Tuesday morning of heart trouble and was buried at Go shenat 3 Wednesday afternoon following an appropriate talk by Mr J C McCIary Deceased was an exemplary young man and his popularity was to some extent shown by tho large attend ance at his burial and the beautiful lie ral offerings that covered his grave Tho father sisters and brother are almost prostrated with gief and In their dark hour they have the unbounded sympathy of their many friends THE RINK One tiromost enjoy able of the several Rinks was that of Wednesday evening A largo crowd was not present but many of the best skaters were and there was both an ibundanco of room and skates Tho biggest crowd of the season is looked fo tonight when the tsor and skates rill both bo in tho pink of condition Tonight Tuesday night and Friday tight each person admitted will be given a numbered ticket and on the last named night the holder of tho lucky umber will draw a prize worth about 10 It will be nnnovnccd later what this prize will be New Low Shoes dis Wo had almost forgotten to mention Low Shoes we have been so busy talking pretty Laces Embroideries White Goods and Silks These Shoes arc well known that it requires little talking to sell them but we want others to enjoy the comfort ofa good Shoo and the feet style that wearers ot these Shoes always possess We show somo swell styles that you wont ECO in any other line Fon anything In garden tools go toI Ferris JAPAN OLIVE SoAPthe best on the market G Singleton CALL and see iny line of new buggies Just received a car of La Porte buggies E T Pence TilE regular Spring entertainment of the Graded School will be given in their auditorium on Friday March 29 nt7ME P M Keep this in mind and come WANTIIDGentlemanor lady to travel for Mercantile House of 250000 capital If desirable the home maybe used as headquarters Weekly sal ary of 1092 per year and expenses Address J A Alexander 125 Plymouth Place Chicago III FOR SALE Fine 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 bo seen to be appreciated For particulars cal on or address W T Beck Turnereville or P L Bock Stanford Ky BRUCE Mr I Mack Bruce one of the cleverest men in this or any othui county announces this issue his can didacy for the democratic nomination for jailer We know of no man who could or would fill the ofllco more ac ceptably and his friends say they are going to give him a chance to show whet kind of a jailer he can make LOOK Hughes Swinebroad the real estate and investment men at Lan caster Ky want you to look at the farms and other property they have for sale Every one knows the fertility of Garrard county soil Hemp tobacco and other crops in abundance For investments they can show you 10 per cent and more If you want to sell your farm coal or timber lands or oth er property write them about it Buy now while you can get the pick and the Interest on amount paid down will be taken care of until possession is given EADS JamesEads who moved to this connty from Wayne Feb 18 died Wednesday at the home of his son Mr J W Eads and was buried in Buffalo cemetery yesterday morning Services were held at the grave by Eld L M Omer Mr Eads was E9 years old and left eight children five of whom are residents of Lincoln county Isis wife died 17 years ago lie was a strict member of tho Baptist church and was a deacon for a half century He was an uncompromising democrat a true friend and excellent neighbor His children who live in this county are among the best citizens all emulating the splendid example of their good Path- CrVoouWhen thesoulofMr Thos E Wood took its flight to a better world at 7 oclock Tuesday evening the earthly existence of a most excellent man came to an end He died at the home of his daughter Mrs B G Fox in Danville and was 7G years old The funeral was conducted at the Baptist church there by Drs Dorgan and Green at 330 yesterday afternoon in the pres ence of a largo concourse of friends Mr Wood was the son of John Wood and Mary Mitchell of Virginia pioneer stock and was born Sept 13th 1829 in this county lie was the sixth child of a family of 12 and was the last of them For nearly half a century of unusually active life there was no better and fa vorably known citizen of Central Ken tucky and no one enjoyed a wider cir cle of friends The greater part of his lifo was spent in Boyle where in early lire he married Miss Sara Pope The surviving members of the family arc Mrs B G Eox and Messrs John A and Logan Wood of Danville Mrs J C Lynn of Stanford and Mr George T Wood of Broken Arrow Okla Ono son Eugene died several years ago Mr Wood was a fine old gentleman and his taking away causes sorrow to many hearts in this county MATRIMONIAL Jamestown Russell county has a sow Methodist parsonage of six rooms Tho church is to be improved The engagement of John W Quinn aged 85 to Mrs Lucinda Lawrence 70 is announced at Columbus Ind Irvine E Winfrey assistant cashier of the Citizens National Bank of Monti cello and Miss Lucite tile handsome daughter of H II Henninger also off Monticello were married at the Reed House in Chattanooga to The Louisville Post contains this ac count of a marriage which was a sur prise to our people The groom is a Stanford boy and one of the cleverest who ever left the county Ho is the son of Mr and Mrs W W Hays The wedding of Miss Loplio Watson of 319 Thirtyfourth streetand Mr lIen ry Bright Hayes of Junction City Ky was solemnized Monday afternoon at the residence of tho Rev Dr Miley pastor of the Portland Presbyterian church After the ceremony a recep tion was given at the home of the bride only a few intimate friends being pres ent After spending a few hours at the Exposition Mr and Mrs Hays left for Chicago where they will spendabout two weeks On their return they will make their home at Junction City where Mr Hayes holds a lucrative position with a largo business firm The bride is a granddaughter of the late Mr and Mrs James R Watson and is one of the prettiest girls in the Portland suburb PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Cittern and UiXlfln the lull lromottt a laturiinl growth lIner rour to 0187IJCur r QrdI al laurrlw BISMARCK The great Norman stallion llveyenrsold 15 hands unit over high will wulgh about ysi Ipoumds goal style lOne nnd action nn excellent brawler hU color wing a rich grey with good head perfect neck splendid miino anti tall Will make the season at my place at 1100 to insure n colt I will also dent the young jack ABBAN 3RD nt toiriture n colt lie wits sired by A bra u 2nd Quit he by an Imported Jack Abrnn ards lint dam by Velocipede 2nd ilam by Imp lane by Morengo Mnnuuolh Lien retained on colts for sen son money Mores traded or bred to other horses forfeits Insurance and stokes season money due All will snail at my farm Ji of n Julio Mouth ol Ottenhelmon Vnynoslmrg road Cnre taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur ADOIKlIKUTELOttonhelmKy Antecarlo 226 12f Made over Versailles track In winning race Hired by AnteoIl ttbnt sold for SMMlnl public sale Ann Hail storm Hill son of Mlmlbrin01alchen These two crosses produced Tho Abbot SOOU ot the witfhl Sd danihy IndepondencesonotAndrewJnck soil independences Htar The American Htnr and Andrew Jack son blood li responsible for Cresceus 5 OlW the champion trotting stallion of the world You see Antecarlo two top eroo are re panible for the fastest next crii c8 nre responsible for thelnstest stnl Then you see ho Is better bred than either of thoin lor he has the blood of both neUoti Will stand nt IKMo Insure u Ing colt BUCK VARNON Illock Jack with white points old lutnde high Fate breeder alll1fllnt In dividual A Jack of line bone Will stand at to Insure n living colt All will stand at W K Dlshoiis farm on nttfiihelm pike 34 miles from Htnnford MureHicrncmlnl per month Cure taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Dishon ttt Smith PUBLIC SALE I Having sold my form I will soil nt public sale on TUESDAY AlUIL 9 117 the following ileicrllxxl property Bevon cattle and 8 years old lire yenr old hfelf ers seven cows in calves yearling bull nine ewes nnd lambs two buck llvo good mares three in foal two by Hurrls storkmaledhtWOyofithem uirtvtlgnulaGniid Byears old hands high the others horse 0 old two yearling hors Uolddustone brown harness old by 1reston ono two vcar old Illly by iolddiist and out of Hllver King mare None of her brothers or outers wero ever sold for less thou ItoOto lui after maturity ono S yearold nurse by UoldUust and out of Mil ver King mare minions above afraid old tiolddust harness mare not of automobiles or steam extra nice Oleo hots live Bowe nud pigs 0110 thoroughbred loinud Uldnu Iwor IIIKJUt tee boles good thuothyhay UItoo feet oak lumlwr consisting of boxing rmllllng and fuuclng- kitS or 6IHI Sfoot Umrdsslxniuarus Heady Hock roollug bit locust posts SW port and railing the remainder wire fence co barrels anti picked corn will lie offered In will be given sticks cllrrl 0 buckboard spring wagon two tliono WHiions Scots wiigon harness sot liurnoM lot plow gear r roller Peering hinder used two seasons Ohampion mow er used two Benson Disc harrow live turningldoWs 1twuhorsocultivutorllioos ler corn er nnd fact nil kinds of running Implements necessary to curry on farming n No fan for cleaning nil kinds of seed pair platform scales and numerous other things too ted ious to mention forms mode known on lay of sale Hale lieglns promptly nt oYSouK JOHN KOASHTurneriivllle Ky Ool 1 I Chandler Auct New WaistsrWo are now prepared to make our first showing in Waists We ara showing a wide range of materials and styles Lawn Waists trimmed with Lace null Embroidery flfic to 8300 Lace Waists trimmed with Cluney and 11 edallions 85 to 312Silk Waists 8308 to 810 Come nnd see them RSETIERANCE8c SON STANFORD KENTUCKY suppld1r potatoesJohn handsills 1lHlrllnchor IWbushels +4MM4F + FMiH4i +H 1 + i Dress Trimmings 1A Newsand Uptotheminute line I Wash Braids and Medallions at iIOcPer Yard Full line of colors in the new Draw String Braid at lOc yard The seasons Best for Trimmingi IAppliquesBlack and White Medallions from 50c ito 250 per yard All colors in Rucking at 15 20 and 25c per yard See our line before buying the trimmings for your Spring dress v L M HUE CO tDryGoods Notions Shoes iPhone156 I Opera House Block Opposite Court House i STANFORD KENTUCKY Announcement To Young Men I We are now showing a full line of Spring Suits with a pile of style Come in and ins spect them before buying your Easter Clothes W B Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky r r 7k i IWr ir fo Ir fr The Interior Journal Xnltrtdin the POll Office al Stan- findcZaU malltr anmUSHBD TOEBDAVH AND FH1UW AT 100 PIER YEAR CASH larwhen not paid SSOO will be charge LNTIMETBLEi No Houtb 11H VM NoS south 1280 v NoJI North SH A No fl North 3117 r JOS S RICE Agent 1NOTICE I To those doslrliiK thn prlvllfBoo UrlnJcln l1nlplon I4llrlng for llO guIIoI1 of O I watir gRllol1- i Sill now forWider price Thust prlctsnow forticket prlco J IUrelllllUckellorcRAh Iwit the3refor to furnish hb own bQkS FIllIrchosr lII HI181ror iilrlIgl Ky For Sale Privately house and 10 acre of land iltnate outsIde of town limits on the Somerset jut House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser JIll collar stable aod allw 71Lte room good Water hydrant 10 sec ury outbuildings the yard one forr 7 P DAILEY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over MoRoberta1 Drug Store ii the Owsley Buil- dingINSURANCE WlndBtorl1l LIfo andnre LIghtning endthedenl Iteprolenld Lowelt 101JlKBToompanles lulnlflteoEatsi d kunequaIIod Talk with HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone Ho S i Two Farms For Sale 170rIt isi mjeufy of water end tlmber Well fenced In repair- Atio tsA an unimproved farm of 100 acre between Lancaster nnd Lexlying midway WellGood outletlajton pikes TI1IKHRINOTerms reasonable Ktorklbur Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Caster livery Peed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Attention Given Commercial Men Klgs at Iteusoimble HUlls Stock Pens In Connection r S1VE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why bu readymode clothing when there so difference In the prlco of ready nuulo suits nnd n suit inudu to your mensur taken by nn experienced tailor 1 hero n i td ome line of Hprlng Hummer Rood make from a low price business suit to IbeflnestdressHUlt Overcoats Trous en und Fancy The company I rep- ente Is second to none nlI UUPLKY The Tailor mnnford Ky JfWES MI PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DrALEB U- TBnlldlnjr Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build dws Hardware Paints Oils Etc I aaauufacturo concrete blocks for build iB purposes and do all kinds of con eTelfc work Prices on application e eaT Undertaker Embalmer and 3Dealerin Harness Saddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone Home Phone 33 JtBeazleyCo I Undertakers and Embalm ars Also Dealers in Fur aiture MattingsRugB They iU exchange Furniture for 3 Kinds of Stock Give Stan a Call Prices Right 11ANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE Registered luroc boar R H Crow Shelby City Ky 4t Wanted to rent some first class hem land Robert Ford Moreland Fon SALE Jersey cow Rood milk and butter maker Rev P T Smith Morciand Seven barrows will weigh 100 pounds and upward for sale W O Watts Maywood Fon SALE Some nice shoats nnd sows and pigs JM Reynolds Wa ncsburg Ky 2t Lost between Stanford and Hustoi villo sack of orchard grass seed Reward T B Hammonds Powell Depp sold to J A Wade of Glasgow one jack colt seven months old inches high for 300 ESTRAEDTwo Berkshire gilts weigh about 175 pounds black and marked James Messer Stanford Doc Bohon of Wayno county sold last week a colt by W M Dodds Gal ton for SOO He is said to be a dandy FOR SALE Eleven twoyearoli mules eight of them mares and thrc horse good ones J W Hughes More land FOR SALE Several Jersey and shorthorn milk cows with youn calves John B Carpenter Crab Or chard See J D Eads Stanford before contracting your wool He represent the Springfield Woolen Mills Co Spring field Tenn FOR SALE Aberdeen Angus bull and Durocjersey boar ready for service Both subject to register J 0 Carpenter Hustonville 4t W S Tewmey sold to King of Mis souri a twoyearold saddle stallion by Kentucky Artist and out of an On Time mare for 400 FOR RrT35 or 40 acres of good river bottom corn land for rent for cash or on shares S B Buchanan Crab Orchard John B Anderson is standing the good hcrse Ogdensburg at 5 to insure and the Silas Anderson jack at 8 See them before you breed American 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 Danville exchangeSRead the description and pedigree of the stock which R G Pettus is stand ing at his farm near Prcachcrsvilie He has two jacks and a stallion am they are all good ones Linda Bell a fine trotting mare owned by W C Gormley of Richmond was drowned The mare was raced five years and during that time wa out of the money but once Mr W M Dodd of the West End writes that his great stallion Galton by Gambetta Wilkes wintered splendidly and that he will make the present season at his stable two miles west of Hustonville Ills description and pedi gree will appear in these columns later The advertisements of S T Harri and Robert Woods King Eagle am Ashland Brook were crowded out this issue but will appear next They are a grand pair and you had better get the pedigrees and see them before you breed They will also stand several fine jacks The combined stallion Dare All 2086 by Dignity Dare dam Fannii Me by Red Squirrel 53 will make the season of 1107 at Lawn Mere Stock Farm 2J miles west of Hustonville at the low price of 15 to insure a living colt Read carefully his descriptior and pedigree and see if you do nol think him the horse to breed to He ii certainly a gentlemans horse Write to C C S K King Carpenter Hus onville for further particulars of the treat animal In our advertising columns you will find the descriptions and pedigrees of X S Carpenters two fine stallions Dignity Dare and Col Bird The former is too well known to make comment of him necessary Old Dignity has won so many blue ties and has so many fine mares geldings and stallions to his credit that even the children enow him like a book Col Bird his harness stallion is a grandson of thereat Gambetta Wilkes and like his illustrious grand sire he is abreeder of both speed stylo and action Col Bird is by Cecilian Chief first dam Birdie He is young and has the making of a great sire There has never been a case of typhoid fever or appendicitis known to develop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used constantly because it keeps tho whole sys em in perfect order Do not be imposed upon There arc imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on the market ask your druggist for Whites Gen ule Diamond Bland No Case on Record There is no case on record of a cough rcold resulting in pneumonia or consumption after Foleya Honoyand Tar has been taken as it will stop your ough and break up your cold quickly Refuso any but the genuine Fx leys Honey and Tar in a yellow package Contains no opiates and Is safe- land sure G L Penny I THE THIRD MONTH Hats drawn down over ears As we go Lots of unbidden tears Daily flow Pretty petticoats white Stiff with starch Everywhere meet the sight This is March Now the sun hustles out Nice and warm But is soon put to rout By a storm First wo struggle with floods Then we parch Nature has lots of moods This is March- Barelimbed trees softly green Now are grown How they alter the scene We have known To the rear go the fir And the larch- Eerythlng is astir This is March Do Not Crowd the Season The first warm days of spring bring with them a desire to get out and enj joy tho ojchlllratlng air and sunshine Children that havo boon housed up nil Winter are brought out and you won der where they nil cnmo from The heavy Winter clothing is thrown aside and many shed their flannels Then n cold wave comes and people say that grip isepidcmic Colds ntthis season are oven more dangerous than in mid winter as there is much more danger of pneumonia Take Chamberlains Cough Remedy however and you will have nothing to fonr It always cures and we have never known a cold to result in pneumonia when it was used It is pleasant and sate to take Children like It For sale by All Drug gists Given Up to Die B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Evausville Ind writes For over live years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused no much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all rundown and a year ago rind to abandon work entirely 1 had three of the best physicians who dido no good and I was practically en- up to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave mo great relief anti after taking the second bottle I was entirely cured tt Why not let it help you G L Penny Worked iiCharm Mr D N Walker editor of that plcy journal the Enterprise Louisa Va says I ran a nail In my foot last week and at once applied Buck tens Arnica Salve No Inflammation followed the salvo simply healed the wound tt Heals every sore burn and skin disease Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store 25c ReducedRates VIA on the first and third Tuesdays of eachmonth to ninny points South Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale particulnrsH C KING C P T A Lexington Ky J PARKEFIS HAIRBALSAMC1fa wi j4 boauUncl tu btJr ItTQwtllIf ColorIonSVnJ U t KrunrliU J K BAUGHMAN lllnok Jnok with white point by Tark melons Napoleon hands anti lint provllI n tfruit lirtHiler of siiKiir mutt will 11110 JOHN Hotter known as the Ham Cochran nckt Illnck with while K ltiU II hunil Ho known hy nit who lmvi niltitl mul hOllllltlI his mules for his oxtm lircrtllng Ho wIll stand nt MENEFEE- A bny throtlIrohl by Inlton with nloitl of alIlKtrJo unit n nlco liullvuluul wIll tatI nt 7Money duo when colt Is foaled or Illl1ro trndel or imrtol with orI rMt toother itocl Mare nt i1 month Ollr IlIkol1 to pruvxnt ncrlilvnts hut not rtIsbnlb liny occur tills stock and Iholr colU before OU linod- 1UO PKTTUH rnnohiMvlllB Ky DARE ALL NO 2086 The combined Rtnlllon will innkv u Ilinll tIalO liw nt jtwn Mo n stock Ill rill t uhIrS Went of Jluslonvlllo Ky on UIU Itmdfonlsvtllo t lluttonvlllo pike IIllIr CuriMinern Htatlon nt I5 to Iniun a Ihlnl roll traded or mrted with linturnnru nnd money Uconus due nt tlm of trnlinactlon Iilen retained on colt till Mutton Ii imlil Mire crnied nt lift n niontli ImlnflI II deiltiilnt rwuonulil nit04 Hills must K iwild before removnl of innrei MnreK entrinUil will reevlvo in Hronalutt ntton hut we will not be re ponilblo for acclilentt ore caws KseliI liTlnx Konledln liitt IS i hand litKhdnrk Imy wllh one front nnd rear foo Willie utiir miMlel of arent beauty will short Nick bug nwk uvcn wnllsloplni holllhu1I11I1 with IUtnl etyItni one wo- UiIII front renihlng his lwdtgree HOtItI lionx hut feet and leg wonderful stamlnn AttractIve by halter under Middlu nod III liurmM with that Krnceful inoviiiiint thin lunlIllnliornes the world limtewr 11IVltIIIOIIKKIHInny Nu ill Vol II It lie by Oiieter IiioI- D Ii lv ihiack lit hy IIIl1lk tin KleTI lie b King VlHinni 17ho by Wa h liiKlon IVniimrkMlie brtlalnes lH nnmrk ni he by Denminnrk Ut dam Kannl Me roJII by Ited s iulrrvl SI Vitl dnm by Mol lood liv King Wllllnin 07 Snl dnm hituenlsorl Oliver Th DlKnlty llr t dnn hy Welohmon stIIT II he hy NVII haul Wlrhl hy 1IlIklI Jlolllhlttonlllll1- II1h1I1 by AlxlHllnli Meiuvngerarddnin he lilt eriittI- tYlItIIKsln olTerln tho services of Ilitre All to the public I hike WCSItOfl 10 tale without presnmptlonthnt I hnIIItJII II breeder nnd hOlulltr of fun unddlejiors 1 for tI yours nod ex1wrhen to know nnd nppnelnle n IRI clan one IHuv All Is the riitilt careful pnlnitnk ItiK hnd lilt host men nntuntl result o inatliiK the very tt nmres with the fore mint Hiilllom tin Ntale has ordI liar ryliitt nliout 15 per rent of KliiR Wllllnn 11100 n ijreater Iwr rent than any stnllloi In servIce In the Hiate KinK Wllluim Iwlni regarded as pre nilnent for fancy Mtddlt toll hnriif it hoi Imru All ihntl by tin now comltiR fnniout Utility liar he III turn by Chentcr Oar rolllIII n Ihl of sires every one It ureat show horsii OUl uf mares tiled were e lual as fnmous a ihow nmre nnd Madam rnnnlo Mo tbi Rrealent show more wo ever owned havlni refuted SIJIII fur her wolhlnk ontltlen him to tilt careful romtlderntlon of all proipw tlrn bret ders W think him tho grand show horse See him before booking you murellt14 OAUlKNTKK IlionelnrtMlitvneeUustonvllloKxehnnKt Dignity Dare No IMi Vol8 A H U K Mnkogony bay blnck lohiiis white ollly on left foot lSS hands lilith weigh l3il poLitiC strong flat hone heavy msni nnd tall Kood back with long cranny tap Bring neck well Pstt in shoulders n nddl bor hend and ear on him a model under bailer always wear blue string In model rings wxeept twlct Which shown ngaln t hIs own got wondnrfu stylo In harness show horse sure hen year old wore all honors In his ola wherever shown alto blue flu In nwvop lako hariiFiH rinK at siinic age Vliun lyenrold bo was shown II tlniiM mil won blue strlngNi has liver hen dafnutod ir fancy liiirncn rIIk hus nlwuy Ixftt the tietur In ring lit a breeder rhen shown with thre or of hla for nlie style nnd general conformation ind for all nurpows lie snddlo born with llvo dlsllrict gtilli fast lInt HOtliu acker good In two walks and unlctt loiier try tostlt In his trot under soddlo stud Ill iarne9 grvat all around nellon as Is re tulred for nn uitndnt ln of high IrlclI ills horne for middle or harnesj lie Is n lure enough harnemt horse urafoful stylish ind show Ighlthi 1tS sevomli n 2l g4thwit 0 hUI lilt bsi1 lug dhl thl nit fall ono year ago after ervhiig mare In tile sprlilR Ho MHMIM I of wonderfll lerve nnd speed enough to get a trotter for nick the or aeillcinrir romlnlvrs largw iiiiiiUoino st ll h ami trung eiiougl 10 gel earrings hone wIth a kindly dUpo for all puriMxes of a IlImll horse lie Is the homo to sire stylish grace fill siilntnnoe nnd docility u has been lven up by horsemen that hi U of this nott uniform breeders In Kntueky lie ypfs his cults sifter htmwlf 1ms nivr shred sorrel colt The mool Iro hi loras for hofarmuriind smnll bresMher to Produce Is Ihu horse which serves tin widest range oh mrposes well Ills colts nn show colts or he very highest tyiw blue string winner rout the oldest to the younifst of lila oils havo iweii offered for and sold for an ivernge of tllfinnd this average of them II 3 years 7 months ii 10IlnI IKinnKKK Hired by Chester lIon 10 N It he by lllaisk iulrnl M hu by llnckKngloTI ho by King Villlnm 07 he h y Washington Dunmnrk 01 by dulneii lomiiark ol ho by raco horse IHnmark K t lilt Imp Hedgeford Dignitys first lam Welchmodt No fiW A 1 II 1lIhmonlhjV 110m Welch ail he by tysdlck Hiimblntonlaii 10 IIIIUllt see olld ilan HbyAlKlnllah Messenger id dnm iy mils Vermont 4th dam Thornuxhbred Velchinontsllrst dam ruullno by Alinont forijt TKIIMK Dignity Dare will make the titof Jl lit my siiibioln Ilii tonvlli K III sn to Insure n living volt when foultil- ii to prove marii In Mares traded or removed forfeit Insiirunve lId money becomes due and mint In juild it tIm or such transaction Mares grazed lit li80 per month and bills to bo iwilii ore removal ot iniirM drain fed 8Ird- ot rfiisonnble rates Man entrtlettii t i me will receive attention but I will not responsible for accldftnts or is iiws 1lioiiu in at lliiHtonvllle iy II lAlllKNTKIt Col Bird 40566 horse fonled law Hred by A O I uclf Ijinvllli Ky Hired 1iv Chief 27 No ire of OZytnrolds with records of iau or- Ilwthr by Vclllnn 2IUh sire of In list itt dam Illrdle Kennev full hlster to now nil SilSVi sIre of and luinmo lus sire of ml odlo WllkiH tM Hy UamlMitlii Wllki sire of II with records ort or better 2nd dnm Kttle IInI1I11II of Lord rll II IIIOownll 2 I1 sIre of Oanimorlm olrt- or 4Xodle AVIIkes ind Kllle 11110111 IIlId of 5aptt Ohiek2 ll Glory units Ul1d liriru I 1IjIro Hbuwl ll II hid ru of shro or till diiiti of 177 llrd dnm Kllle Dnvls the dam of one pro icIng soul nllll grnnil Iltili Lord iiuiiirnli- LOGOWitiI nihuh on RIIII Zoo dlR Iikes 131 Iy AloxnnIer Ahxliillahi 141 No 15 slru of UoldsmltU Mold 311 stud lwrby Orockott nollfounder Ool Hlnl wns bml liy tho Cecils for n two horse Ho Is la hands hlLhgood und rongnndlstJiBklmlof horse to breed He1 hIm you n dAUPKNTKR IluJtoavlllo Ky First National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was orIgInally esUbllshad as the Deposit flank of BUnford In tillthen reorganIzed as the National Hank of Stanford 1865 and again reorganised as the First National Daik of Stanford In 1881 haTlnR bad practically an untnter rnpted existence for 13 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact Dullness promptly end well than eve before to Us long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Officers Ilangbman the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky HAS Ajf i Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus Undivided Profits 2500000 Individual Deposits 24000000 Available for of its Patrons 31500000 Screen Doors Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Garden Tools Garden Seeds Plow Gear c at Bottom Prices at D Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware and Groceries Main Street STANFORD KY WIB McRoberts Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Tarnishes PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded Poultry And Eggs Wanted etwill pity lilghoit innrket prlco for Fur keys Eggi tlulnrns nnd nil other Poultry Also rabbIts Wilt ist found roiulnntlr ci my 0111cc Oil nnci il rni j K lluok loco manager 1111 Iiorth- cottCommissioners Sale I llneolrt rirrult Court MiuglrO Holmes Ilnlntlff vs Kllw K llnrgv ft nl IMfNI ont Nut lev of win Iursunnt to JUhimnt of the llnroln tlr cult Court iDiidprvd In this nbov styled itutlOit itt tli HN clnl Janunry term the ullIlIKIIIII lastar OOIllIllIlolIlr wIll on MONDAY It Ill I HTII Ito Ixtwwn n ixl p It front of the oour 1iolo door ill ittanlorti Ky sell nt nM outcry to till highest and limit bidder tilt real estnto liervlnnftfr descrliwd romUlltiK of two tnirts of Iniul sltuntwl in llnroln County Kentucky trnot Is located nNlr Ornli Drehnnl onHUitKord street suit Is hotlmated on the North by t liP old gnivfynnl of the church on till Host by tile church lot on this Hcuth by rUinford street and on tIlls Wtst by said strtwl contaIning S mrv ot ground tract Is located on Htnnfonl street Intrnborchiird nnd Imindod on tho North h sold trI Bust by nnnlly Houth by nn alley amid W st by tIn pr ip rty now ItuloiiK to Mrs o laud iii Holnmn contnlnliiK n oliinuorvof liuul flU IWO tract will lie sold eeruriitely and thou 1111 whole nOd that bid will UHcccpt wl whloli produces the most money for Ixith tracts T bo miouhe on u credIt ol six months hull the uurelufsor will bo re UUlml to gIve bond for the rlCO with twrsonul security pnyntili to thoCoininlstlonor livnrliiK Ititereat nt UlIrnll of six cunt jwr uiinuni front ditto of Mile unlll puld GEO H SAUFLEY M C Li C C Commissioners SaleLincoln Circuit Court W K IVrUlns IMnlntllT v Win Hrrulsu et nl DoftmdnntM Nulto of Halo Iurnuiint lo u judgment of thn Lincoln circuit eourljtI Muster Com 1l MONDAY A PIUI 8 151- 17lwtttsrti und p In front of tilt court house door In Hlunfonl hysIl nt publlu outcry to the hlKhtit und liest blddur tho rent eslnto hcrclimftcr dosnrlliiil tho nliiouiit ncoeenry to Im ronllicd from this title iHInir tin sum of J7w with 0 IHT cent liilcriit tnoruon from Jnnuiiry let lM3 until to II II1dIt or puld Jnn lit isOTnnd the furtltr OUII of III with Intoivnt nt wilt IHT niiinini from Jill 1st 11Kithur with the cost of thisUlltIIllUhllto Mild real ostnto consists of nlHUt two here of liuul situated on the mli Ore liii rd nnd Ottenhclm turnpike n Ixut tw inlltN south wct of Crab Urchiird In Lincoln county mulls t lie land con viytd by Jullu Ilolinn He to Win Cruise cirniHl udlolns I lit land of HiiiniUl Ilnd valid CIo Holnius UIHK n imrt of the lilil ncre tract of land Inherited by the iiforcmnld Julln Holnmn from liar father O Mnilsoy Miild II 0 iicixs to front on the tiirnnlkii one fourth of tInt entire width of tin NIIIIIII acre tract nnd runiilne bock with the lluo of Oeo Holmes A not to mil ton feet In width amid runnlni nlonu Ihv IIno oh ul tlui rlIInlllllr of liii Hiild lien tract riHcrvd to the aforonnld Jullu HnlninnHo Tho snlo will ho miido on n credit of six months and tho will lie roiiulrvil to glyu lxiid for the purohiuo with iii iiroved securlty pnynbla totlioCommlsslon jr nnd bearing Interest nt the rule of 1I1rC- IIIlI tmriiniiuiu from dote oholo untIl R Urn bulni retnlned on the land sold to urlher secure the payment thereof GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C J HOOKER Presl BT lUitnid V Iret- 111doUODERTBObr W H WKAUKNAsst Obn Directors V Reid DOmT Harris Stanford 111 Rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnneji M D Elmore Stanford II Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J II Haughtnan Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford use Geo DRUGGISTI Commissioners Sale Lincoln Olrnult Court i IIMary Whltiey rinlntirr vs JRIIW Ciii eke 54 Hnlorursunnt Lincoln circuit court the undi rslii l Cainiiilsilon Cr will onrUlmocn I nnd t In trout of the IIOIKC door In Hlnnfunl Ky sll wt ourtroutcry to tin highest and limit rltIU hrvlnnftir ilrscrllnil The Is mnde for the purixiw of division said real estnti ls In llncolil roun tJxfns the mini In ml drvUiit lay Jnliu Clnrk lo llnrrlct Ilarkr coil embmCtM 114o1utlISthoitnatliiitimItohlullThe Mile will lx mndc nil II imllt of six IJtoprovnl M riirlty lynll to I lie CltIIllIIlUloll IT nnd tx irlng tuteivst nt thin rnlt of 6 wr ent mwr iinnuin from don of sOld until mld to further Mrrtirr the inyment nt thIlIndOhIO 8AUFLBY M C L C C I1lncolllW It thn iiivldsonutnl Defendants Nollcu of rluruRnlncllon nt the February hcrni tliuuiihori- i glinel Master omiiilsnloner will on- MONDAYAlKILSluir iHtween and 2 f In front of the court liouso door III Htnnfonl Ky sell lit public outcry to the nnd lsst bidder the reid e lalo horelnatKtr descrllxHl for this purpose as ndJudKcd by the court of dlrld nK nmoiiR the owners thereof The fIrst piece of real estate to lio sold U sit Itinted In town of MoKlnney Lincoln followselIri g lit of way of tho Clnclinmtl Mini herit Itnllwar orhlfolklrlI corner thuncx willi rill i0 feet to n sloiui K L Tanners corner on Hend street thence Houthonitt with Head street- ill fit to stono J II Mockers corner thence lila line Houlhenst 110 fuel to tho 11II1IIInK itmitstl uI ttlw nor lsh and i ind tho sumo hoimonnd lot mild convoyed to tho said testate Imvldson deed of K L Tanner a lid wife dated 00jn IHrt and recorded In tIle ulllcu of clerk ill th Lincoln county rOllrlll1l d hook NoU 1 Thit Lincoln county ou Omni and U bounded nnd deicrllxd nn follows llegliintnitatn poplar root red elm point ITS LevI Icliern corner In bod of Inon Illver thence up KIIIIIOOU Mouth hunk with David Hiiillhs line North is polos tlienco N It W poles Hill W 1BI poles to n whlto nk thence N in W 3 polos to n maplb huhIIn lUnsonM II Ill tlusncu H 7 W ill llVi tn u while oak Levi Wllcllura corner thonco lilt UnoHGJKlWpoles to n white walnut Ills loriicr thence HlVjK 0 poles to his bogus iiliiK coiitiiluliiK t3 iieros rood and polos fNIJIIldoAUI nllllllur from thio look piKe HI In tIit olllce of the clerk of thn Lincoln county court Tin sale will II inado on n credit of six I uontlis and thu purchaser or purchnsorK slit lit retulre l to glee bond for tho IllIrf IlDlRbloIho into 6f per cent per nnnurii from dnto of sale until imld and Imvlns the forco amid iffect Of n Judgment To further secure tilt myiiient of snld bond a lion will lit retained OIl the sold GEO D SAUFLEY M C y C C