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Digital page images are linked to the text file. nc Ini THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 26 1907NO7 OTTENIIEIM J A James1 recently married n young wife has disappeared and his whereabouts arc unknown Ohio Boone who has been working nt Somerset is at home for a few days Judgo J P Bailey was hero last Tues dayThe Joe Field dancing club has employed BryantPlummcr who is an expert at tho business tocall sets fo them Truth is stranger than fiction Lust Saturday night Frank Dcnney of this place nto an egg shell and all for 50 cents and agreed for money enough to cat a fence rail and strange to say Is e still living and in his right mind Tho cpmbincd saw and grist mill of Charles Enslin is ono of tho seven wonders Mr Enslin is ft persevering and ingenlus man rind his Improvements uro almost unlimited When he first begun the people laughed at tho inferiority of his machinery but now the laughing on tho otter side of tho mouth Since our last writing Mrs Lena Adams has changed her mind and go to Stroud Okla where her sister Mrs Lewis Whlttformcrly this county lives Tho good citizens of this com munity join In commending her to tho good people of that place especially to the Sunday school work for which she Is splendidly equipped u That tho editor of tho Kentucky State Journal has not an exalted opin ion of tho Courier Journal under Its present management is shown in the following from that paper The CourierJournal used to be a great paper but it no longer deserves to be called a NEWS paper It is nb aolutoly so unfair to all against whom it has a grievance as to be without respect among those who know Its littleness and its meanness In the trial at Lawronccburg it refused to publish a ythlrg favorable to this paper because in doing so it would acorn to endorse tho State administra tion Though a stenographic report of Judge Peaks statement was sent it less than six lines of It was pub lished simply because that statement proved our contention dnd showed the double dealing of the plaintiff So long as tho CourierJournal is manned by the lUtlo fellows it is it will sink lower and lower In public estimation as low as It is now The Glasgow Times states tho caso truly when it says that tho CourierJournal by Its assaults intimidations and Insinuation concerning tho highest demo cratic state officials is doing the demo rallc party just M much good M It did by bolting in 1896 It should either speak out moro plainly or not talk at all II Chamberlains Cough Remedy is Both Agreeable and Effective Chamberlains Cough llomody has no superior for coughs colds and croup and tho feet that It is pleasant to take and contains nothing In any way Injurious has made it a favorite with mothers Mr W S Iolham a merchant of Klrksvlllo Iowa says For more than 20 years Chamberlains Cough Remedy has been my leading remedy for allthroat troubles It Is especially successful In cases of croup Children like It and my cus tomers who have uspd it will not take any other For salo by All Drug gists Ono of tho gratifying results of tho trial at Lawrenceburg was tho bring ing to together of Governor Bcckham nnd Judge Peak They had been at enmity for several years through n misunderstanding of each others In tentions but we are glad to say that they havo buried tho hatchet and will heraf ter fight only tho common enemy Judge Peak Id a man of parts a fine judge and a delightful companion Wo wero thro vn a great deal with him during the week nnd our preconceived opinion of him underwent great change lIe Is n born leader of men and des tined to write his namo high on tho an nals of country Frankfort Journal RheumatieainsRelleved BF Crocker Esq now 81 oar8 of ago and for 20 years Justice of thoI peace at Mnrtlnsvlllo Iowa says I am terribly afflicted with sciatic rhou matism In my loft arm and right hip I have used three bottles of Chamberlains Pain Balm and it did mo lots of good For salo by All Druggists Former Senator Joseph It Burton ofI Kansas has just finished serving a five months sentence in tho Federal prison on the charge of land frauds He de pounces President Roosevelt as the most monumental hypocrite In histo ry t You can not enjoy a good meal Is you havo Indigestion Miona stom ach tablets are guaranteed by G L Penny to euro tha werat case of stom ach trouble 7 n IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES George W Collier n wellknown Un ion soldier Is dead at London W R Combest a prominent citizen of tho Teddy section of Casey Is dead Ho was a brother of lion F P bust and was a good man ComI Tho IanvPlo Gas Light Company awarded to thoKerrMurray Company of Fort Wayne Indiana the contract withrn capacity of 50000 cubic feet Mr Richard A McGrath ono of tho Lest known farmers of Canard county died at his home near Bryantsvlllc last Thursday afternoon lie was a gallant Confederate soldier being a member of the famous Morgan com mand Fred Stewart who offered to accept n verdict of life imprisonment on a murder charge at llarhourvlllc but who was forced Into trial was found guilty in spite of his plea of insanity and sentenced to niICo term In tho penitentiary Ho killed his rival in love- Union men at work In the Q C shops at Somerset walked out because the company tailed to discharge lion union workmen The boilermakers anti machinists are still at work but the roundhouse men and shop helpers all quit Over 200 men stopped work and tho shop is tied up completely A dispatch says that the people in the country around Buena Vista Garrard county are much excited over tho rc tarts that a wild man has his haunts in the Kentucky river hills near that place A party has been organized to explore a cave where the creature is believed to have his lair and attempt to capture himIn the circuit ccurLat Willlamsburg Herbert and Rolla White were fined OO each for assault with intent to kill on a man named Hcnslcy of Harlan county at Whites restaurant In Cor bin last fall Morris Jones was given two years In the penitentiary for rob bery George Ramsaur was given 10 years for carnally knowing a female under 1C years of age Col C Eo logo one of the commissioners for tho Kentucky Jamestown Exposition work returned to Frankfort from Berea where ho went to purchase a number of old quilts bedspreads etc woven in the primitive pattern of Ken tuckys early days which will he spread on the rude beds to be placed in the log huts in Booncsboro fort Kentuckys building at tho Jamestown Exposition Tho largo tobacco warehouse of Haw kins Co at Don vllle Mercer coun ty was destroyed by fire together with 00000 pounds of tobacco The firm had bought about 300000 pounds of tobacco this season but had shipped to Louisville recently all but that which was burned There was 6000 insurance on the tobacco nnd tOO on the warehouse The origin of the fire is a mysteryThe Lumber Co of Winches ter has brought suit against the L N railroad for nearly 12000 During the high tide of Kentucky river last fall a largo number of logs were sent down tho river by tho lumber company nnd were caught in the false work of a bridge which tho L N was at that time constructing at Ford Tho lumber company alleges that It lost many thousand logs as a consequence H P Nortons house and most all tho contents word destroyed by fire Mrs Sarah Payne wife of Andy Payne died at her homo In tho southern part of the county at n ripe old age The telephone line has been extended from Wabd to Marctsburg Atty C C Williams has returned from Marshall Mo with a check of 1407031 for tho heirs of W II Mullins who live in Rockcaatlo countyMt Vernon Signal A land company in Michigan had an elephant on Its hands In tho form of 2000 acres so thickly studded with pine tree stumps that no Inducement would attract a purchaser to buy nnd clear It for farming purposes So the company built distillery in tho mid dle of the tract dug up the stumps and roots and made turpentine Tho yen ture proved so profitable that the stumps brouht in more money than tho trees did when they wero cut and sold for lumber some years before Pinestump land Is no longer a drug on market for after the stumps are all made into turpentine rich cleared farming land remains as ad ditional profit toRemain Young To continuo young in health and strength do as Mrs N F Rowan McDonough Gn did She says Three bottles of Electric Bitters cur od mo of chronic liver and stomach troublo complicated with such an unhealthy condition of tho blood that myI akin turned red as flannel I am now practically 20 years younger than be foro I took Electric Bitters I can now do all my work wlthease and as sist In my husbands store Guar anteed at Pennys Drug Store Price GOo t 3 NEWS NOTES Mrs Alice Chester aged 50 died of grip at Lawrcnccburg Mort Brown a Wood ford county Ne pro was probably fatally injured by a vicious bull Mrs W It lIudnell was seriously In jured by a Negro intruder whom she found in her kitchen nt Paducah More than 1000 veterans at the Nay tlonal Soldiers Homo at Leavenworth Kits are suffering from ptomaine poi soning tho rcsultof eating meat hash Tho Infant of Edward Ramsey of Evansvillo fell Into a candy bucket full of water and was drowned although tho babys fouryearold brother did his best to pull him out Harry B Pedigo died at his home in Glasgow of stomach trouble He was a son of tho late Riley Pcdlgo formerly ono of tho most prominent and wealth iest citizens of Glasgow Mrs lien Rice of near Florence Ala was saved from a Negros clutch es by her shepherd dog The Negro attempted to assault her when tho dog savagely attacked tho brute and put him to flight James Parker who struck Czolgoszs arm in tho effort to save President Mc Kinley when the latter was shot down at Buffalo is in jail at Atlanta City a raving maniac He will be commit ted to an asylum At Corydon Ind Mrs William Pep per and her sister were assaulted and knocked senseless by an unknown man as they Sat beside the corpse of their father No cause is known for the at tack and the affair is shrouded in mys teryPresident Roosevelt has announced his disapproval of tho findings of ac quittal In tho case of Capt Lewis M Koehler Fourth Cavalry commander at Jolo Philippines who was charged with making captions and unnecessary charg es against his commanding officer Gen Leonard Wood Over 5000 cars of coke are tied up in the coke region at Connellsvillo Pa on account of recent floods From Brownsville to Youngwood on the Pennsylvania railroad and from Lock rono to Pittsburg and Cumberland on the Baltimore and Ohio freight is be- Ing held on every spur and siding Injunction proceedings to test the new twocent fare law In MIssissppi have been begun by the Louisville and Nashville railroad which has secured a temporary restraining order in tho United States Court against tho State Railroad Commission Other railroads In Mississippi will follow along the lines of tho Louisville and Nashvilles suit Mrs Levi Jett connected with the Breathitt county Jetta died at her homo near Ashland under peculiar circumstances She was bathing herbaby when she was suddenly seized with pain in the head and fell over dead The baby was fatally scalded by falling in a tub of hot water It is said that the circumstances surrounding the death have caused tho County Prosecutor to tako up the case- Saved Her moons Life The happiest mother In tho little town of Ava Mo Is Mrs SIlu epee Sho writes One year ago my son was down with such serious lung trou blo that our physician was unable to help him wimp by our druggists ad vice I began giving him Dr Kings Now Discovery and I soon noticed Improvement I kept this treatment up for n few weeks when ho was per featly well ilo has worked steadily since at carpenter work Dr Kings New Discovery saved Ills life Guar anteed best cough and cold euro by Pennys Drug Store 50c and 81 Trial bottle free Jeff D McLean county was shot and killed while leading a raid on a gambling house in Fort Worth Texas William Thompson tho proprietor who did tho shooting also fatally wounded a deputy sheriff and la ter was shot three times by the police who forced him to bay in a lumberyard A crowd tried to lynch Thompson but was dispersed by tho announcement that ho was dead Found at Last J A Harmon of Ltzomore West Va says At last I have found ho perfect pill that never disappoints mo and for tho benefit of others afflicted with torpid liver and chronic consti patton will say Take Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills II Guaranteed satisfactory 25o at Pennys Drug Store The Chicago Orchestral Association has been given 50000 by Mrs Florence Lathrop Page of Washington The money Is to be placed in trust and tho income used for tho benefit of tho musical organization This is the orchestra founded by Theodore Thomas Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup Is a now remedy an Improvement on tho laxatives of former years as It does not gripe or nauseate and is pleasant to take It Is guaranteed G L Penny MR D M LI PIS The death of D MT Lipps of Hus tonville was very unexpected both to the family and many friends It was generally known that his health hat broken for tho last 12 months but no one expected the end so soon On Satur day night before his death which oc curred tho following Thursday night he assisted his daughters Misses Cora and Edna Lipps off to Wise Va where they were going into business lie was afflicted with diabetis aggra vated by a severe cold Mr Lipps was a native of Virginia and moved to near Danvillo in 1888 where he engaged in farming for 12 years Then buying tho Hustonville Roller Mills ho came to Hustonville and engaged In the milling business until tho time of his death He would have been CO years old had ho lived until tho 18th of this month Mr Lipps leaves his wife seven daughters two sons and two grandchildren- all of whom were present at the funeral service This being the first death In the large family their grief is hard to assuage Ho was a member of tho Baptist church the church in which his father preached for years Tho fu neralservice in tho Baptist church at Hustonville was the largest in attend anco for many years Rev Dorgan of Danville preached the funeral sermon Rev Price Smith of Moreland Methodist church and Rev Lander of the Hustonville Presbyterian church each led in prayer The Christian church of Hustonville led by Rev Clarence Dan iels furnished beautiful music The body of the good husband and father was laid to rest in the Huston ville cemetery and we believe his spirit ascended to tho God who gave it There will be no more pains for the tired body and tears and goodbyes will be un known A FRIEND Cause of Stomach Troubles When a man has trouble with his stomach you may know that he Is eating more than he should or of some article of food or drink not suited to his age or occupation or that his bowls are habitually constipated Take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to regulate tho bowels and Im prove the digestion and see If the trouble does not disappear Ask for a tree sample Sold by All Druggists Tho Bluegrass Company is equipping all its cars with the telephones and it will soon be possible to telephone from every tenth polo on any of the Interurban lines between Lexington and the terminal towns of Paris George town and Versailles without getting off tho car The line to Paris is completed and the others will be finished In a few days Toter Salt Rheum and Eczema Those are diseases for which Cham berlains Salvo is especially valuable It quickly alleys tho Itching and smarting and soon effects a cure Price 25 cents For sale by All Drug gists While seated in tho waiting room at the C 0 depot at Lexington Mrs Bessie McDowell of Richmond died of apoplexy She had been visiting re latives In Lexington and was going to Shelbyville to visit her daughter She was 72 years old and the widow of John McDowell A severe cold that may develop into pneumonia over night can be cured quickly by taking Foloys Honey and Tar It will euro the most obstinate racking cmgh nail strengthen your lungs The genuine Is In n yellow package G L Penny A boiler explosion caused the explosion of 10000 pounds of powder and wrecked tho tipple machinery and a number of houses of tho Nicholson Coal Company at Nicholson Tenn Loss 20000 No lives were lost Charles Stanwood has just closed a contract with J M Keane of Junction City the wellknown manufacturer of Keanes bread for an uptodate sys tern of water works for the baking estnbHahmet Advocate t w GRIFFON URAND THE KIND t W H Stanford Best I r DES t1Pc jIETS S DEI jPMMEF S BUYAn Griffon Brand Guaranteed Suit for- Spring and SAM Frazier Summerf s I I Stock of above now Call and see completeI1 GEORGE H J= Old Hickory Wagons for Sale by E T Pence CC X GTho time is coming when you will enjoy a good bath more than anything on u hot afternoon Country folks you can enjoy tins luxuryalmost n necessity as well ns town people It will actually bo cheaper for you will not have to pay for water Seel S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner tad Plumberi i f i Interior Journal LThe E C WALTON W HSHANKS Is a candidate for Hepresentntlvo of Lln t coIn county In the next of Kentucky nnd respectfully submit hit democratic mass conventloniMntunlnyApril d1YU- f M F NORTH If a candidate for Representative Lincoln county subject to the nctlon Uenio Ire tlo party J T ROBERTS It In the Orb Orchard Mnglterlnlllltrlctsubjedtto the notion of thodetnocratlopartyh ollntlvlubJectrlparty JAMES C HAYS COllllh15uhJectparty A WOMAN is organizing the wives and children of drunkards to march upon Springfield and coerce the Illinois Legislature into passing tho Local Op lion law If there is anything that would move a Legislature to local op tion or total prohibition it would be the sight of the most pitiable victim of liquorthe wives and children ofdrunk ards There is nothing more disgust ting than a drunken man and nothing So deserving of as those who de pend upon him for supportI BY the joint decision of Chancellors Miller and Kirby the Democrats of Louisville and Jefferson county were given practically a clean sweep of the offices One magistrate and two con stables are lost no election being de Glared in the case of the magistrate and one constable One Fusionist con table is allowed to pull through The Fusionists lare preparing to carry the contest cases to the Court of Ap peals without delay TUG Louisville Exposition is a success from every point of view The many products of the factories of the Falls City are splendidly displayed the music by Creatore borders closely on the sublime while the hospitality of the Louisville people is genuine and un stinted The Exposition lasts all thro this week and you should by all means go You owe it to the metropolis of your State to take interest in such an enterprise THIRTYNINE Congressmen who have made a visit of inspection to the Pan ama canal have arrived at New York on board the steamer Panama from Colon The party left New York on their tour of inspection on March and arrived at Colon on the 12th They t spent five days in the canal zone and during that time examined the work Members of the party expressed themselves as favorably impressd with what 11they saw THE Whitley County Courier Mc Ken zie Browns new paper has made its Iiappearance and is a very creditable sheet neutral in politics but we hope its editor will not do like the av erage paper which claims to be neutral find only good things and good men in t the republican party Kenzie is bred for a democrat though and we have faith in his proving an exception to the general rule of neutral editors No matter what laws the Indiana Legislature makes to prevent eloping couples getting married Kentucky young people will continue to go to Jeffersonville to be united During his lifetime Magistrate Eph Keigwin mar ried over 2000 couples and when he died his son James succeeded him as Magistrate He is making a greater record than his father THOMAS F RYAN in an interview given in Washington says the railroads should be run by the railroad men and that Wall street and the stock ticker should have no part in their control or management He says the great trunk lines are owned by the people and not by the stock jobbers of New York TUB Casey County News celebrated Its third birthday on the 17th and a very lively threeyearold it is We congratulate Brer John Hery Thomas on the success of his splendid publi cation POLITICAL There will be no election of a United States Senator to succeed John C Spooner until May 14 according to an agreement reached among legislative leaders in Wisconsin Following a heated debate the Nn W York State Assembly advanced to te order of final passage the bill providln for a recount of the ballots cast at the Mayoralty election in New York City in 1905 The dispatches from Washington con taining Secretary Roots proposals for a settlement of the questions in dispute between the United States and Canada are the subject of considerable com ment at London The Tennessee House passed the State Pure Food Bill after one of the hardest fights which has been seen in that body in years The Legislature defeated the Bucket Shop Bill and it is now a dead issue Former Senator Burton of Kansas convicted for receiving pay for serv ices before tho Postofilco Department while a member of the United States Senate has been released from prison after having served six months In anticipation of an appeal to the Court of Appeals in the Louisville election cases Chief Justice ORear or tiered n week in tho April term seaside forbearing those cases and it is thought that this indicates a quick del cUion by the highest body in the State j CHURCH MATTERS Oarbourvillo Baptist Institute is to have a 4000 dormitory The money has been rased The Turnersvillo church has called Rev Earnest Delcamp of Lexington to preach this year and wfll commence the first Sunday in April Rev W S Warren who has twice encircled the glpbelwill preach at Crab OrchardChristian church theI morning and evcning next Willtprearh invitation is extended to all There will be lOOl Christian student organizations with a membership of 113000 represented at the seventh annual World Student Conference Tokio JapanThe canvass for funds for the purpose of erecting a Young Mens Christian Association building at Harrods is progressing nicely and nearly 4000 has been secured The businessmen are subscribing liberally to the projectThe revival at Crab Orchard begun well with a good Jcrowd Since each day has brought an increase LastI Sunday nightjthe house was Good order good attention and much interest manifested God is at work among us We are marching onward to Zion We will continues most of this week Meeting at 230 and 7 r writes Rev George F Smith THE Stanford Auxiliary to theC W B M wll observe its week of Prayer and Selfdenial during the coming week to which all the ladies of the Christianchurch are most cordially Invited They will meet Tuesday March 26 at 230 r M with Mrs JohnJ Mc Roberts subject For Ourselves to LeaderMrs McRobcrts Wednesday March 27th at 230 r M with Mrs Winfred Withers subject For the Churches LeaderMrs Withers Thursday March 28 at 230 1101 with Mrs J G Carpenter subject For our Home Missionaries and for our For eign Missionaries LeaderMrs Car penter Friday March 29th at 230 r M with Mrs T J Hill subject For our Young People and Those who Train Them LeaderMrs L M Omer Saturday March 30th at 230 p M with Mrs Wm Severance subject For Reverend Consecration Leads- Mrs Pnmclia Rrown Shall we Chris tian women say no time for this week of prayer Will we not take time to be holy 1 A MEMBER Here and There Gavin Easton Wiseman head of the firm of Welsh S Wiseeman Danville is aged men brothers inlaw were buried in the same grave at Benton Both were over 80 years old Patnck county Va is being swept by a tremendous forest fire and heavy damage has already been sustained Capt Ran McCoy once a leader the HatfieldMcCoy feud is dying at his home in the mountains near Pike villeWhile attempting to arrest Thomas Oldham at Hungryhollow a suburb of Winchester he was killed and Chief Police John Tarpy was fatally injured Lawrenceburg went wet 77 in an election held yesterday The election was called by the whisky men Lebanon will vote on the whisky question to dayA good strike of oil in the Logan county field which has been repeatedly tested for the last several months caused renewed interest in oil in Kentucky James R King a saloonkeeper of Mt Sterling has sued to recover a por tion of license paid during the last year which he claims was illegally collected In case he is successful other suits be filed Six persons were killed and 17 injured some of whom will die in a headon collision between a special train carrying students from an intercollegiate track meet and an outbound limited in the city limits of Los Angeles All of the dead were students FOR SALEFine Blue Grass farm of about 215 acres for sale on best pike county two miles from Stanford of improvements and in fine state of cultivation This farm has to be to be appreciated For particulars on or address W T Beck Turnursville or P L BeckrStanford Ky PaocroRbfRW G PROCTOR of the very best men in Rockcostle county near Quail aged 81 For note tnan two years he had been a sufferer of a complication of diseases and the end had long since been expected He left 10 children No need of suffering any more with catarrh G L Penny guarantees that if a onedollar Hyomel outfit does not relieve you he will pay for It himself VXY MARRS Miss Bessie Marrs sister of Mrs L M Westerfield lied at Camp bellsvillo a few days since of pneumonia Miss Marrs formerly lived herewith Mrs West rfield and was a brigand attractive young lady Her parents four sisters and fivo brothers arc left to mourn tho death of a loving and dutiful daughter and sister Mr and Mrs M D Elmore L M Westorficld and little son attended the burial from here EASTER comes about as soon as it can this year March 31 The earliest it can come is March 22 and the latest April 28 Next year Easter will be on the 19th of April TO THE LADIES OF McKINNEY hlro to say to tho Indies of McKlnney nnd victaitty unit I nm prepared to wrvo them In the Millinery lint with nil tho Int ent mid newest fnihloiii I cordially Invlto your patronage MKH TIl stxoiHTON McKlnney Ky Waltons Opera I House Monday April 1st the great New England playI Joshua Simpkins Dig Fun inul Musical Show Special Scenery arid Mechanical Elfccta See the Great Saw Mill Scene Hear tho Joshua Simpkins Orchestra Best of Singing nnd Dancing Specialties WATCH FOR TilE Burlesque Band Parade PUBLIC SALE Ilnvluguldmytorah Iwtltselist public sale on TTKBDAYAlHIb 0 the followIng described property Haven cttttle and a years old live 5 year old hell en luveti cows ciilvni yearling bull nine ewes nnd Inmbi two bucks lire good brood inures three In foul two HurrU Jack the hli Blare tRII livetwowork mule them muletAnlll1 Syeitrs old ld bands high the others hcirm horlMJrItort colts two tbrecurold 11he h lolddutone brown harness gelding ycnri old by Preston ono b Jolddust and out of 1n erkloginaru Yon- of her brothers or sister weroever sold for leu than IFuto II A after maturity ono 3 yeur old horso by lolddust nnd out of Sll YIT King more minions above one 5year out lloludust harness mure not afraid of automobiles or steam extra nice nice h0asllvn sows and pigs ono thoroughbred Poland Chlnu honer inset hale good timothy hay feet oak luinlwr of and orriluifootboardislxiuUnrtSlteady hock roollllK oj goal locust Iasi YUpO zanIbarrel lots mid purchasers will lio given 10lnuhul01stItlckll carnage I buggy l rnlzlr cart buckhonrd spring wagon two 2horse wagoni ifccts wntou harmsi set buggy hnriHhB lot plow gear roller Ottering mr1five turning uluw two mouthing luuruw two corn libeller twohorse cultivator Hoo ler corn planter und In furl nil kinds of farming liiiicniuiil iiivt iiry to carry on rn mil tin a No icnidliit lIox got for cleaning nil kind of wed imlr platform scale and nunierou other thing lo tent bus to mention Terms mnile known on VtJOIN KOAHirTurnorsvllle Ky JoJ J Chandler Au- ctCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court W It Davidson et nl Plaintiff w Tnbl this DavldbonetIll Ve el1l1l1l1tl Xotlell of Hilly Tursunnt to n Judgment of the Lincoln otIILSsigned Master UonimUtloner will on MONDAY A PHIL 8 107 between and 1 r in front of tho court houso door In Stanford Ky sell nt public outcry to the hlghent anil lieM bidder tho real estate hereinafter described for the purpose a tadJ u41grl by the court or dlvld log the proceeds among the owners thereof The lira real estato to ho sold Is nlt LincolnIIlleglnnlng at n tone on thesouthfcldoof hit right of WilY of the Cincinnati southern Hallway nt Joseph Stocker corner thence with right of way Northeast 210 feet to n tone K I Tunner4 corner on Head street thence Houthenst with Head street 210 feet to n stone J II Hooker corner thence his lino Houthenst 210 feet to tho be ginning containing Otto acre liclng lots iud 2 nnd the nme house and lot told and conveyed to thu said testate ImvIUson by K L Tanner nud eluted JIIII lilOlsv and recorded In tilt olllco of the deedlooktituolnl In n county on Urcen Inver end Is Uiunded und described us follows 101111ti Hirer thence up sumo on South lunik with linvld Hinltlis line North 18 poles thence Nil W pole W poles to n white IIIIlIk theiieo N 05 1113 miles to n bush 0I1IIIIIIt thence H 7 W ill pole to n whlto oak IAVI Wllchers corner thence his line H co K lui poles to n whlto walnut his corner thenee HEX K poles to Ito begin llloJSewlftllIl1 ofheiiereIIItnteruLntheeecurnthnymenton tho land told GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C f Farm for Sale or Rent flood farm of SlOncres near Turnernvllle for Rule orient Nice new rcsldeneo nnd all necessary outbuildings In good ivjialr Terms private Addresl VlOVE1U01b- un Ky or on C K lower on the place Eggs for Hatching I Krom my pens of Slant Plymouth Hocks Illack IjiiiKilmni Light llramers silver l iced I unduttas and Huff Urplngtnns ilellverfd fnii to Htnnford or Crnb Ortll Ky nt flli per setting of Two settings IB a settings JiSft priciutch In kUrcd or order rellllrd nt Mil V 1 WlllTK rnnchersvlllo Kr Knlrvlew Poultry hail THE BLUE GRASS NURSERIES Lexington Iy Offer for tho of hOT n laruo line ot HtnndurdFnltaniOrnnntenlnl1ne Fa ergreons x Vines Aspurngus HhutMirb rind Hmall have mi agent Htrnwtierry mitt general catalogues on application lI1nllltS MEY KIt MOM NOTICE IIVe wnnt every anon that Is attllcted with rheumatism kidney trouble or any dlvise nrUIng troth Impure blood to try n ixickiige of our standard runiedy Hemeni tier we RMllltI iitocure If tlllull acconl lug todlnetlonsoryour nnone will lit re Sunder Knell pnekagv contnln 59 dose with n gunrsntee riceLp For sale by It Williams Agent McKlnney Ky N OTICEItt- q out needing n Union Jack nndJNVlre cun leave their order with Nowbindnt Stanford lie has one he will how you nnd tnke your ortlur nnd wiii tlii tlivMiine on short notlw II T LUNHKOHD Valley View Sanitarium A Private Home for thtnotlnllltoUlln tal Nervous nnd Chronic dlumlers Mpoclnl attention II given to the treatment ol Alco holic We treat IXKOIIIO tor txitxitJlnhyb Chronic Illinium UOIl1 etc mechanic klly UorrevtlToMnnlp ulatlon In Orthopedic surgery locullol- lntlrttll llluhrluul lruunde extnmive barges Thirty minutes ride from fountain iunroCliiclnmitl For par ticulars mldres VALLEY Vital SAN1TAHIUM Fort Tuomns Ky u VJTM ORE Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Pnln Killer ivuroyer Ulvaw Han Isher lllood Vltnllier health and Strength Hestorcr N II Bogie Slarksbury Kentucky OcnerulAgent D J SMITH DEALER IN Conoral Merchandise and Country Produco CILBERTS CREEK KY Ogdensburg 8787 Hecord JHi Trial 12 Hy Mnmbrlno Pntchen will make thin sea son of IHff nt my farm nt Ii Til INHlKK A L1VINUCOLT Ho Is nllnv Individual nnd has abundant style speed nnd actUni lit ha proven Illlllecll n Inn hnIler hl colt tine ILIIK th The line HlhniAhdcrsoit Jack nun yunn oltl will also make the M1111 of 111- nt my dun on the Htnnfonl t Preacher villa pike live ntlle frullllilllnfol11 lit I TO- ISMlHt A LIVINU4ULT when IIInr- oI trlllled or removed frulll 1IIIIIhlltrhIMIC1 without me de l nt In foal hit MrIMm Is fiirfiftV 1IIll11ol1e Iwcomiii tine Jolix HAMIKUSOX Ituwlnnd Ky THBBII PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds CUI pets Dru geU Rugs Mtvttingg Pic ture Frames Shady Lace Curtains and WalllJa1cr Mr K T Ueazlcy has charge of tho Undertaking Departme- ntTId1BBLE O PENCE Day Pliono 28 Night ICG or 133 Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court W K Perkins Plaintiff vs Win KCrulse et nl Defendants Notice of Sale lurumnt to judgment of the Lhtcol- clreuit court tho Master Com mlssloner will on- tiONDAY APHIL IW hetwCI1I1 alit 1 r uln front of the court h01ll door inHlunfnrd ul pubil- lutcry to the hlllhll Kyclt hllhhr the tburelll esblo to realized troll till tile lAn the Turn of inJH Ith rcn tercst thereon from January lot II mil i iildsu ecttncri lltof Jim 1st Illwithw and the further hum or InUret lit 0jwrCrntternnnuln from Jab let IW until imld to the cots of thl nctloii Tu all real estate ionslHts of Unit two acres of land Mtunted on the Crnb Orclmnl and Ottehhain tllrllllklIhoutt- wo miles Kout i west of Oral Orelninl In Lincoln county and U the now fund cup ly JulllI Qolhut etc 10 Wm rubeveyii hind of Hiunuel Llnd ieynndUeo Holmes Ulng n part of tin land Inherited by tho lt ncre tract of aforesnld Julia Holman from her thither O ILlndsey Said two acres to front on the turnpike one fourth of the entire width of thu said acre tact anti rUlllllnll back with the line of aeo Ilobnes A tursswly not to- tlxcp1 ten feat tit width and rUII1I1IIII tho nIIII1I111llr of tho hi acrefillet is reef l tothonforesuld Julia Hotmail The soh etc wll be mule Oil n credit of nontliand tblIIrChIl81r will lq with bond for up- rovedeccurity iniyuhletotiltlohitnlslott ntrelt r II elieper rnnd ing retained from oil tho mile land sold to thereof littler wtiw tho imynmnt GEO B SAUFLEY M C U C C I SHIRTS The Shirts for this season are beyond ques tion the prettiest ever turned out Of course Dark Shirts to a certain extent will always be used t Blues Greys and Tans will be quite popular but LIGHT COLORS will greatly predominate this time Plain White Negligee ori White with neat narrow black stripe or veryjsmall black dot or figure alljwith Cuffs attached are the things this r timeA 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 I These are all furnished in the celebrated S Fountain Brand i at prices 100 150 and 200 They are cut full in body lay down close at the neck with any length sleeve from 31 to 35 inches and any size see them in our windowstr H J McROBERTSSTA- NFORD KENtUCKY No Better Cough Remedy is Made than Our Compound Syrup White Pine and Tar t 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky 1ONL Y THE BEST OUR MOTTOI TRADt MARK ell nLYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists t At this eaion of tho year wo recommend according to our motto Only thollcst for household rejiiedles Lyric 1Vhlte 11110 and Tar for coughs lUll r Iynos Chocolate Quinine otnpomldPnbletforCoWrLynoInipnvcdVegotuble Coat othogranulatedlitnjKlesiiviScrofulonsHbro Weak Kyes Htycs 1k nUu for tock lrlce only AH n dressing for Sores of nil kinds unmiunlod paint Your 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 DRUG COV1 jr I i I u r New Skirtst oOur now Skirts nro arriving daily Wo arc showing nil the desirable y lC8iln Panama Voiles Silks and Fancy Checks See the now Pleated Skirt and Sunburst Skirts V BTANFOIIO KY Mutcu 26 1907 WE havo just received a big supply of Comic and Leather Post Curds nya Drug Store T W PENNINOTON was in loule t ryule a few days MR J L DKAZLEY and wife open several days in Louisville MBSSHS J S OWSIEY Jit and J F Holdatn are In Louisville MIS3 LETTIB HELM is attending the Greater Louisville Exposition Miss KonuriTA 0IUNNON spent a few Jays In Garrard with friends t Miss MATTiE WALKER of Garrard was the guest of Mrs J C Hays i ALFRED KAISER spent Saturday an Sunday with his father In I uisvillc Miss LUCY MiLLBtiGiVKNs is in Lou Isvillo visiting Mrs A G Huffman liON n II KING was on Saturdays train returning from the mountains Miss ETIIEI WEST of Lancaster was the guest of Miss Myrtlo OHan non InoH M D HuoiiBa of Lancaster was hero Sunday returning from Lou isvillo AND HOLT of Wit moro are with Miss Nannio Woods En I glcman MR A D PARSONS was at Pittsburg Friday in the Interest of Dlx River Rol MillsMiss TRAYLOR has returned from Danville where she has been for some time MR ERNEST WARREN and wife of Mlddlcsboro ara with Eld Joseph Dal lou and family liON ZEn A STEWART of Corbin spent Sunday at Hustonvillo with a mighty pretty girl REV U D MAIIONY and daughter Miss Marie havo returned from a delightful trip to Florida MESSRS JOSEPH EMURY and W S Burch were down from Stanford Wed nesday Danville News MR AND MRS J P WALKER of Washington county were guests of Mr and Mrs M M Sweeney MRS A ADAMS and Miss Jean Buch anan of Crab Orchard attended the t skating rink Friday evening KKV B C HOUTON of Fort Thomas is with his mother Mrs N J Norton In tho Preachcrsvlllo section Tliu Warren Grlgsby Chapter of the U D C will meet with Mrs T J s Foitrr this afternoon at 230 TilE aged mother of Mrs Wilbu- Good I Mrs Jones Is very ill at her J home In the Mlllcdgcvllle section CASHIER J W HUTCHBSON of tho Citizens Bank of Brodhead was on f Fridays train returning from Russell vine lift 1 C ALCORN of Greensburg I was hero Friday en route to Hustonvillo to visit relatives Ho was looking fat and fine MR HENRY BRIGHT HAYS and wife have returned from their bridal tour und are spending a few days with his parents here MR J R POWELL has been In Louis yule and Cincinnati in tho last few days buying material for tho Hardin and Walton storerooms MRS LEILA CANNON of Nicholas vlllo and Mr Marshall Stuart of Lex t ington attended the burial of their rel ative Mr Wm Robinson MR W a PERKINS of Crab Orch ard Is hero to see his sick sister Miss L Nannie who Is at the Sanitarium with J typhoid fever Somerset Journal Gus THOMPSON the clever advance agent of Barlows Minstrels which will appear at Waltons Opera House Fri day night next 29 was hero Friday advertising W B PENNY and daughter re this morning from Henderson C Misses Katherine Alcorn Hopperof Hustonville were visiting friends in this city Tuesday Boyle County Herald MRS R E THOMPSON of Crab Or chard visited her mother Mrs W M Poynter first of the week Miss Mol lip Brooks of Crab Orchard was hero Tuesday In tho interest of the Concert and Reading Co which is to exhibit in tho Fish Opera houseMt Vernon C L CROW formerly of this county but recently connected with the First State Bank of Junction City has been chosen cashier of a bank at Conns Fla and has taken charge of his new office We congratulate Mr Crow on i lila good fortune but regret that his duties call hint so far from home MRS JAMES F BRADY is very sick MRS Jon HARDIN went to Louisville yesterday DR L no COOK and wife visited rut atives at Harrodsburg MRS W K SIIUOARS of Brodhead is sis tor Mri J S Rood in Louisville ents MRS JULIA HUGHBS went to Evans MRS L C CARTER left for Cincinna MR AND MRS A D ROOT have t GEORGE HALEY and little son Elmer of New Albany are visiting tho family of N J Hickson at Rowland MR J R POWELL has rented Mrs Mottio Nevius property on Logan Avenue and will move to It soon Mils H M BALLOU of Lancaster has returned from Hcndcrsonville N C considerably improved In health MRS CLAUDE PENNYIIACKER and lit tic daughter of Somerset are guests of tho formers sister Mrs A C LOCALS GARDEN seed of all kinds at Farris LANCASTER will hold her lair on July 21 25 26 NEW mattings and wall paper Trib ble Pence SEE the Leonard Cleanable Refrig erator at Farris MaNs and boys Cummins McClary BROWN paper suitable for putting un der carpets cheap at this office Two rooms for rent to single lady Miss Nancy VanDeveer Stanford 3U EASTER styles in shoes for men women and children Cummins McClary FOR SALE About 125 bushels Ger man millet seed of 1900 crop nice and clean II C Anderson 4U MYERS AcIwill open a livery stable in tho barn back of the St Asaph Hotel in a few days Tim ladles are invited to see our dis veerS e C PURE strain White Leghorn eggs for sale 75 cents a setting or three settings for 2 Miss Lizzie Davison at BROWN Legorn eggs single comb stock 50c for setting of 15 Black Fon SALE200 bushels of nice clean cultivated hemp seed W G Gooch Paint Lick Phone 171 A Lancaster exchange Miss ANNA WHITE mil linery display over Hunn CofTeya store at Morcland ready for Easter Give her a call WANTED Person to travel mid col lect in homo territory weekly salary of 1072 per year and expenses Ad dress Joseph Alexander Stanford orTOE Joshua Simpkins Co tho bes rural comedy company on the road will play Waltons Opera House on Monday night next April This is no April fool HIGHEST cash price aidchickens eggs scrap Iron brass rubber feathers hides of all kinds Land Buchanan at Greers hop Somerset St Stan ford SEATS McRoberts Drug Store Thursday und Friday for Bar lows Minstrels which hold the boards at Waltonsa Opera House Friday night next 29th Tim date of the Graded School entertainment has been changed from Friday night to Saturday night 29th so you can go to both the minstrels and that entertainment ALL those interested In having n Lin coIn County Fair this year will please meet at the court house tomorrow Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock Dont fail to come- T u s New Low Shoes rMWo had almost forgotten to mention Low Slioce we have boon eo busy talking pretty Laces Embroideries White Goods and Silks These Shoes arc so Well known that it requires little talking to sell them but we want others to enjoy the comfort of n good Shoe and the feet style that wearers of these Shoes always possess We show some swell styles that you wont see in any other line I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I PERSONALS- DR MlSHESATTAWAY jMna McKinneyMISS Downst daughterI patterns withI Easter cut millineryr HubbardStanford willhaveher ut Fon anything in garden tools go to Ferris SEE Cummins McClary for your Easter outfit MRS CARTER hasu snpply of fish net on hand JAPAN OLIVB SOAPUI best on tho market G Singleton e ASK your druggist Ho will tell you all about Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water DUBSS up in a Hart SchafTncr Marx all wool suit for Easter Cum mins McClary CALL and see iny lino of new buggies bugIIt os ence IFOIL SALE Rhode landred eggs 2 and per setting of 15 Won first prize on first pen and second on cockerel and pullet at Knoxville Tenn Mrs L B Cook MORE than 1000 bottles of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water were sold in Lincoln county last year It is tho best family medicine In tho world For sale by all druggists BARLOWS MINSTRELS whichshow at Waltons Opera House Friday night next 29th travel in their own hand some private car and carry 30 people They have a magnificent brass band and orchestra FOR SALE Tho Will Stone property on Portman Ave Tho owner has de cided to leave Stanford and tho proper ty can be bought at a bargain For particulars see or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky TUB Graded entertainment will bo given on Saturday night 29th instead of Friday as heretofore stated Tho change Is made because of Barlows Minstrels which will appear at Waltojis Opera House on Friday night MR JAS C HAYES of the East End announces this Issue that ho is u candi date for jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho democratic party Air Hayes has a wide acquain tance in the county having been prom inent in farming and stock trading cir cles for a number of years Ho is a hightoned gentleman an unswerving democrat and has many friends who will bo gratified should he be success ful in hislaspirations A DIG crowd pryesent tho Rink Friday evening and everybody had n good time Most of the skaters aro learning rapidly and some of them aro getting expertish It Tho Opera House will be open at 715 this Tuesday eve ping and skating will begin at 730 Better attend If you want to have a bushel of fun and get a chance on the pretty watch to be given away On ac count of theJBarlow Minstrels holding the boards at Waltons Opera House Friday night next tile watch will be given away at the Rink Thursday night 2Sth STHINKS K M Newland of Lincoln county was in Louisville yesterday and announced that W H Shanks a young lawycrof Stan ford had announced himself a candi date for the democratic nomination to the Legislature Mr Nowland Is an en thusiastic partisan of Mr Shanks In speaking of Mr Shanks candidacy ho said The wave of civic righteous ness requiring better men for official poaltlonjand cleaner politics has struck Lincoln county and tho people in great numbers have petitioned and personally besoughtJMr Shanks to become a candidate for the Legislature From to lOOOJof the best and most prom- Inent men inthcjcounty signed petitions asking him to make the raco for repro sentative and therewas little else done in Stantordon last county court day by tho grcatlcrowdjof people but to beseech hlmlto allow tho peoplo to send him to Frankfort aa their representa tive The cyclone was too great for him towithstand and he has announced himself a candidate In response to tho Demand of the people Lincoln county never sent a better man to Frankfort If electcdjho will r storo to the old county her pristine famo when she sent only her best men to the Legislature Mr Shankajcomea of one of tho bestI families inCentral Kentucky a family of wealth Intelligence and untarnished honorslie Is himself a gentleman ofI classical education atid a high degree of Christian and moral character Cou rier Journal IFOR RENT Cottage on Mill Street J H Baughman Co S C B LEGHORN eggs SI for set tins of 17 or three settings for 2 Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonville Ky LOST a book entitled Heart Talks See If it is in your library If it is and does not belong to leave it with Mrs T D RaneyI LOST between Shelby City and More land an old fn hionod gold bracelet Leave with Miss Ethel Ellis Moreland and receive reward THE little daughter born to Mr and Mrs Walter 0 Walker was spared but a few days and Sunday the little things light wont out forever The burial occured at 2 oclock yesterday afternoon in Buffalo cemetery after a song and prayer at the grave Great sympathy is felt for tho father and mother in their loss Till candidates Representative of Garrard county mounted the raging stump at Lancostcr yeaterday and told their tales of woe There aro three of them ExSenator George II Farris and Messrs J R Mount and J 0 Bogie The former was born in Lincoln and the two latter married Lin coln county women AN idea of how roller skates are can be had when it Is told that the writer tried every house In Louisville Saturday for the popular Union lined ware Co brand and could get but two pairs of the size ho wanted The skat- Ing crazo has struck the entire country and the factories can not begin to supply tho demand for skates CArT MATT LOWE housed to run on tho Knoxville Division will havo been with the L N 50 years in July After leaving this division ho ran a passenger between Louisville and Nash ville for some five years but he has lately been made Inspector General for tho big company lie is nearly 70 years old but does not look it by a score of years TilE raco for Representative in this county Is waxing warm lIon M F North and Mr W H Shanks arc the only announced candidates but there are several receptive ones and one or more of be in tho fight Saturday week As far as we have heard there havo been neither charges byMessrs predictYOUR MONEYS WORTH OR YOUR MONEY DACKThe above Is no idle boast of some unreliable fakir but the statement and standard of J A Co burn and his Great Barlow Minstrels one of the cleanest and most enjoyable which each season returns to Stanford with a new company costumes and scenld productions new singers come dians feature attractions of interest to every theatre goer in tho land He adopted this method to protect himself and his patrons from the piratical efforts and cheap imitations s of company and title that been foisted upon tho public in tho past three It is a bona Ida unranteeto attendinghissimilar title not bearing his name or the original GreatBarlowMinstrels which at Wal tons Opera House Friday night next 29th Waltons Opera House Friday Moh9e J A COBUIINS GRE- ATBarlow MinstrelsT- he big city show A guaranteed attraction The greatest array of vo calists in Minstrelsy Tho largest nUll best show over seen in Stanford Prices 25 60 and 75c 4 New Waists Wo nro now prepared to make our first showing in Waists W oare showing a wide range of materials nod styles Lawn Waists trimmed with Lace and Embroidery 98c to 300 Lace Waists trimmed with Cluney and Medallions 95 to 312 Silk Waists 8308 to 810 Come and see them HHf + + ++ It++ + + +f- I u U I I II Holt + H n I U U 1111r t HOSIERYSPECIALWe Ifi They are splendid wearers regular 25c values all 6146SI pecial Price l cPer Pair Our line of Ladies Hose is also complete including everything from the plain lOc Hose to the Embroidered Lisle Thread Hose at 50c per pair NtiN1 L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House KENTUCKYitttettIt When It Comes to Clothes For Young Men Count on Us Count on us for giving you tho most UptoDato Garments designed for Young Men Count on us for selling you the best Clothing that is mado for the money II you dont know our make of Clothing buy it this season and become acquainted W B Perkins iiU iifefCo w Crab Orchard Kentucky h rl= The Interior Journal SfittredinthePottOJficeal Stanford yl e4ufelau matter- gtrL18QED TOCHUAYS AND minx AT 500 PER YEAR CASH JpWben not paid U00 will be charge L N TIMETHBL No SI South yl VM No IIIouth 1210 tw NoY1 North iS1 No NortbY1T Y x JOS S RICE Agon- tNOTICE I the llego ot ilrtnMi thoo desiringTo Wnllr Rm now Ml1l1g Ii11111pIRn prlnK IM for 1U tlllloU of U nuw for IIfo GRllon- Ucket hater prieD now for SIt TIINIe prlcs- sretorcasb price tho tlcketur pareluml hiM own bottNS or ed agesFSLHISIHIYorVo For Sale Privately houso and 10 acres of land situate outside of town lImlll on the Somere- 11e jut Rouse bas 7 rooms klteben and sot collar table and all iMemTfoulbulldlDBs Water hydrant In the yard one J p BA- ILEYAsPRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store ii the Owsley Buil- dingINSURANCE pin Lightning WlndRtorm the BTHO GISTand bot etnt Lowest Yon r lJI8T Oomp tnes ltepreented lllylnglwoRole Guaranteed Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 Two Farms For Sale I wish to sell privately my form of 110 JoIre1I miles West of on the Ux 1 Is wailUmbero11ell bnc- aad 1eaq of water unimproved In term of 100 acres Also nn Lxandmidway between lIlIclllter Hetonplkei GooU outlet Inch VRiwenfenced Terms reujonuble MMkibury K- yBoone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD Ky Special Attention Given Commercial Men ood ldgi at Reasonable Itutcs Stock Pens In Connection GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU rendymadeFlotbtngwhenthe- rtyiofttledlnerenculn tu nu nsun made sulfa 2utndKonio taken by ineuHpringABuiunergloodalI make from 0 low ss the anoatdrvsrsult AIoOvercoatiTroui Sri and Fancy Yeats The company 1 rep leant li second to none II C HUIliBV The Tailor Stanford Ky JflMES M PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEALEH UT Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build ders Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build log purposes and do all kinds of con crete work Prices on application J tee 1tCeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealerin HarnessSaddlery tc STANFORD KENTUCKY Office rhone Dome Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur aiture MattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for ail Kinds of Stock Give hem a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE Some nice shoats and sows and pigs J M Reynolds Way nesburg Ky2tCleveland Bourne sold to Fleece Herring at Lancaster yesterday a fancy buggy mare for 100 Lost between Stanford and Hustoi vine sack of orchard gross seed Reward T B Hammonds Farmers of Woodford county in all ditlon to organizing to sell their crops of tobacco will establish a bank FOR SALEEleven twoycaro mules eight of them mares and three horse good ones J W Hughes More land FOR SALESoveral Jersey nnd shorthorn milk cows with youn calves John B Carpenter Crab 01 chard See J D Eads Stanford bofot contracting your wool He represent the Springfield Woolen Mills Co Spring field Tenn FOR SALEAberdeen Angus bull and Duroc jersey boar ready for service Doth subject to register J 0 Carpenter Hustonvillc 4t American Wiro Fence and all kinds of farming implements lime cement plastering etc for sale Hunn d Coffey Moreland Ky FOR SALEA lot of extra cultivate hemp seed absolutely free from rape J T Hackley Stanford Ky Piton 191 Danville exchange Independent tobacco growers of Cald well county have formed an organization to pool the crops of tobacco which an not now pledged to the Dark Tobacco Growers Association Senator Joseph W Bailey has bough mother Fayette county farm givin 124835 for 1G5 acres on the Versatile pike three miles from Lexington lIe low has 600 acres in the county Estrayed from my place in Stanford an 01 C gilt perfectly white weigh ibout 100 ears little drooped and nose inclined to turn up Information thank fully received or reward if returned- W L McCarty 2t An order for 1200 mules has lately been placed by the United States government for shipment to the Philippine Islands It is stated that all sorts fron mountain climbers to heavy truckers are included in the order Uncle San is a good buyer of mules just now Plant beds of nonassociation tobacco planters in Trigg county have been ruined by grass seed which was sows in them during the night presumabl jy the night marauders who have also burned barns In many instances the Beds were destroyed and had to be replanted Meadow 11111 the property of United States Senator Joseph W Bailey of Texas and birthplace of James Lane Allen the Kentucky novelist was sold at public auction and purchased jointly by Rear Admiral C C Todd U S N retired formerly of Frankfort and II Bleidt a farmer Meadow Hlil farm Is about two miles from Lexington on the Versailles pike and contains 120 acres The price paid was 24000 or 200 an tore LANCASTER COURTOwing to the iplendid farming weather a rather smal rowd attended court at Lancaster yes terday There were about 200 cattle on the market and most of them sold Prices ranged from 21 to4Jc the latter for some 600 or 700pound yearlings William Fields sold five steers at 31c X B Tudor sold a cow for 35 and J P Ballard disposed of 30 dry cows and ommon cattle at satisfactory prices Doth the horse and mule markets were dull There has never been a cast of typhoid fever or appendicitis known to de clop 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 are imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on the market ask your druggist for Whites Genuine Diamond UJand I Work has been begun on the foundation of the 50000 barytes factory near cholasville which a Pittsburg company is erecting here A hundred men will be employed there and at the mines near Sulphur Well No Case on Record There is no ease on record of a cough oreold resulting In pneumonia or consumption after Foloya Honey and lar- bas been taken as it will stop your cough and break up your cold quickly Refuse any but the genuine Po- loys Honey and Tar In a yellow pack age Contains no opiates and U safe and sure G L Penny William Henderson shot and killed- his wife shot her father J J Maxwell of Latrobe Cal perhaps fatally and then killed himself at Oregan City- Ore Domestic unhappiness was the cause Worked Like a Charm Mr D N Walker editor of thot- spicy journal the Enterprise Louisa Va says I ran a nail In my foot- last week and at once applied Buck lens Arnica Salvo No Inflammation followed the salvo simply healed tbe- wound Ideals every sore burn and- skin disease Guaranteed at Pennys Drul Store 250 BORN SHOOTERS Tho best shots In tho world are tho Kentucky mountaineers The West has nothing to compare with them When it comes to pulling n gun quickly and shooting accurately tho most expert of frontier bad men would appear slow and clumsy by tho side of many of these mountain outlaws They learn to shoot almost as soon as they graduate from the cradle Many of their sports relate to shooting The proprietor of tho crossroads store has a shooting gallary In his establishment where in other localities you might find a slot machine In one store I saw a wheel about half the size of a spinning wheel with pieces of cardboard containing numbers on tho different spoked The charge was nipencb 10 cents a shot and the participant picked his number ThoI prizes ranged all tho way from a of cartridges to a bag of corn meal or side of sow bosom according to tho size of the piece of cardboard selected The wheel was given a swift whirl by the fstorckccper Judging from the shooting I saw I could not find out wherein ho derived any profit from tho contrivance Outing Magazine Do Not Crowd the Season The first warm days of spring with them a desire to ROt out bringI joy tho oxhllirating air and Children that have been housed up all Winter are brought out and you wonder where they all came from Tho heavy Winter clothing is thrown asii and many shed their flannels Then a cold wave comes and people say thot grip is epidemic Colds atthis season are oven more dangerous than in midwinter as there is much moro dangt Of pneumonia Take Chamberlain Cough Remedy however and you will have nothing to fear It always euros and we have never known a cold to reI suit In pneumonia when it was user It is pleasant anti safe to take Chi dren like it For sale by All Druggists Boston threatens to break loose from the grip of the ice trust Tho owner of a soda fountain in the Hub is now serving a little science with every drin bought in his place in a way that is as matteroffact as oysters and frankfurters are provided in other drink establishments of cities less erudite When a customer orders a lemon phosphal or some other soft drink the sod jerker pours a few drops of liquid nlr in the glass and tho beverage become as cool as the north pole Given Up to Die B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over five years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry 1 lost lle8h and was all rundown and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I hael three of the best physicians who I1ld me no good and I was practically given up to die Foloys Kidney Cure wus recommended and the first bottle gay me great relief and after taking tho second bottle I was entirely cured Why not let it help you G L Penny Morris Whitt was killed by a fallin tree ner Ashland Powhatantiny horse thr0 year oldlSH hands hlitli lIy tin great Dignity Dare ittilnni Mlnnlu KiciulLM tlmn Inullne by Alinunl Fur t 3rd tlniu known as tilt Holler marts II wry fnt liretl by Itnrru Helm tit nit ilnni tuoroughlirw- liowliatan tins great style and nrtlon nUllI en tine Individual You should we wforu you bated Will make the onoii of- 1OT nt farm one tulle from MrKlnm y t 110 TO INHUIIK A IIVINd OOIT At saute plueoTliH Wnrllvkl will stand lit ami the jack Conqueror nt i I II OW PoSH McKlnniy Ky EXCELSIOR Tlw niodtt Jack by Kiniwror and out of n Jellnot by lmi ortetl HUlalKO will niiiki1 the of Urit-hrchnrdOiltheChnplwrIMTpPike at MJO- lie was specially vtMtcttxl IIIUlur trot tho IInu lint ot Ir Hhnlhy evts Und 11- 0douht hU uroRvny will L equal to If not Iwrlor to tnat of ds fainoui ancestors Blue Eye the Second hy Humlleys famou flue Kyes Hhvtland POll will also make tho Benson at my place t tUMaru trailed or removed forMt liuur IIIII and money iHJComts duo mud mimt tie ild at time of such triiinactlon Marp rUldIMforeslrpd at reanonablo rates Mnros ontrutttHl 10 me will receive iKrtonal nttontlon hut will not lie rcxinfllt for acclileutxor capei Ilione lnru ldtiice JOIN llCAItIRNTKK Drab orchard Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court fltr Whltley tInlntlYlalaniwnOlnrke- alet Dofamlnnto NutlcofneIuriutiiit to a JuiluiiUJiit of tilt Mnrnln olrcilit court tlu uiider uaiiuU luii er will on StONDAY AlRIIH Inc twfjii uiid P 51II trout nt tin OU1- thou iliii In stHiinnil Cy sell t public itcrv io tin lilKlient mill test bidder the r iilmtnti liMrelliuller dfurrllod Tln nlt aid lor In iiuriOao tit dlvlHlou Im- An1 rII lociiitil In Tliifiilu conn H lnlnn lit Mint land dovlMtl by JHm arks to llarrlit ciurku unit mlmicvH uhont iHacrenof Imid UN situated nlKiiit t mile Moldiest of Crab Orchard oil the- arksyrookrondnnd In IxiuiKled on the list the lands of IlUKh Adam tlccuiu on tho west by the Stone 1IIrlllont- he Mouth b knob land of J IV luost und on tho North by the land of K F 1I0b- bitt There U dwelling house thereon rho snie will bo made on iv erupt of six ontlisnnd the purchaser will la required to given build for with proell security imynbletotlioUomniUslon r perntId to further soeuro the payment ofilchlmnd B lieu will be retained on thu- lanll old- GEO 1J SAUFLEY M C L C C Sys d 4 J K BAUGHMAN Illnck dark with whlto point liy Tllrk legions Nlilltlleoll16 i hand and Inns I1roon grout breeder of sugar mule will itn at III JOHN letter known ns the Hnin Coclirna Inck 11kIlO11IMENEFEE Wlthllli11thofstand at Money due when colt It foaled or UUIM trndetl or parted wltliorbrisl toothoritoo ik Marei IIrll llIt IJ month taro IlIktjn to ncildenti but not nIIOIIIIiI nhouldnny occur Heu this took and their colts before you breed Kfl IKTrUH Ireachcnvllle K Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court MnBsl o llolme I1l1rglIIIIll1flItlRllh Nullceofudw uruuit to Judgment of the lilneolu Circuit Court rendered In tho abort MtI1 netlon nt the HM olal Jitmmry form ItJJith underpinned Muster iaintiilMloiivr will Oil MONIiAYAritll HlII ItW Ixtween nnd r 1111 front of tho house door In Htnnford Ky sell nt quill outcry to the hlulicut nml lint bidder thl amt ostnte hereinafter de erlioil contljtlii of two tracts of land Shunted In tlncul County Kentucky First tract U ntmr Crnb Orchnn Oil lnnord street and Is bounded on the North by tho old graveyard of tint llaptb iliurclion the Kami h till It thuirlot on the South by Stanford sI reel and the West by mild street containing H IICI of round Second tract U located on Htnnford alma In Crab Orchard and Ixiunded on till North bv Smut itrtet Knit by an nlly Mouth by nn iii be the pniperly now 1111110 log toIr5Clnudla Holmnn contalnlnit uf n n acre ot land The two tracts will lie sold nepanilely nn1 lien ma whole and that hid will Im accent id the until money for hullwhichrrotlUCA N made on u crvdlt slx inontln and tilt munhner will bo n to Klvt lulul for the purchaio irle with tqprocnl ixaonal IMYII 10 heComml lonpr nml FxHirintf Interest lit the rule of lit pier annum iron date of ode untilpoll OEO D SAUFLBY M C L C C DARE ALL NO 2086 The combined fitalllon will make n limit oilSeason In7 nl lawn Stern Hlock Karn milesNtwtof lluttonvllle Ky on th ltnidford vllle Iliutonvllle pike utnr 1nrIx mitrrtfltnnnt SIll tu Inmintn llvln iolt Stares united or jmrted with forfeit Iniiimnce and money Iwioniei Hue nl Urn of such trannnctlon llen retained on rol till season Judd Mare raie nl MM II Mouth drain fed If doMred at reiiMinabl rates Hill must be Judd lieforv removal hire i Mare rntruttetl will receive in penonnl attention but we will not IK rt iponilblo for accident or escapes liKsruiiTtos KoaliHlIn Iwtf IM4 ham bltfhdark luiy with one front HIU rear foe white star model of great beauty will Short lack long neck deep well lnplo shoulder uud with great ilII one soul xppct from reldlug hi pedigree l 011 x ne fume feet nod legs wonderful ktnmlni Mtrncllvo by hnlter inset saddle and III uirneM that erttreful movement the to him b Inheritance from n Inn lute ot the most fnmou a netit ry of niddl loriei till world has ever prinlveetl- rHMOKitrK Hlml by ll1l1ult lase No PSS t 5 A 1411 It he by 11iolrr liar h llIiickH ulrrelW hwby lllack Washlugttntrue It by IVnnininrk O H lit ilum Vnnnl Mo YiJJ by Ihil Hiitilrrcl St 2nd dam by Mol Uoo1 be William 07 ant dnm b Pluiilty llrntdni IlevlencrfOlhrrTb II II he hy Wll haul Welch be by Ityxllk llnmbletonbtt tOIl dam by Abdnllah Mci9enger3rddamb lllllt 1erltlolm- tIttixAUasIn onsrlui service 01 DaruAllto the I trek ncon lon to state without premunptlonthat have bee n breeder and handler of fane hlle lion ai forlA years nnd experience ha taught mt to know and nppreclnte n em- GnrtAllIsthe result of direful palnntnk IIIK bredingnndeaneasnnlunilrstilt of mating tnovveylist mare most IIInllloll theHtnte hai nfTorded ltr rylntt shout 55wr cent of Kliitf Wllllaii blood n ureater percent limn any stallion In ervlii In thuHtate King William lielni regardiil as preHmlnent for fancy unddl end hnrnem borne All by tli now comlnit ions Dart he III turn by CheMer Dare followlnu n lung lItof lreevfry mien great show horse out IIf mnre thut won Unllv ms fainou ns ihow mare nnd hi till Fannie Me tb- tnoltlt show mnr we ever owned hiivlni efUMd SIUV for her we think entitle hln to the careful ointldcnitlon of lilt prorls0 breeilers We think him the Brandon how horn Hee him before booking your nare- CC A KCAlirHNTKIl- IhonelnrenldeiiceUintonvllle KxehaiiKO KING EAGLE eSo tl5ht Vol A Kit It Kin MIII H hand hilih lark Imy with llowtmt tonne nod trill oes all the gaits with plenty of ipetl style ml notion PBliiaitru Hired by Royal KlriK he- yb On Time 713 he by Hlonrwull Jut tuon 11 lloyal KliiK ht clmii Mnllle Mounts 181 wins 1wthe notol stn OahlII lsexing hili F KiiKlt lot dnm hip ml she- yh KflRlv lllnlinii Kiitl aldiiin liy Itnl rdamilerfldnnl liy llnrrl liamutrkhehv n 4th Ihlln by Jim Ilill itlioroughliriHl eOlllhllllIAlulllonju0111111 liiivlnn plenty of Ibt nnd IICl OIl hi uolt will Show for themiKlv Klnu Kn IIIu will make tine resent IIIIMIII of luir lit- uur table two nml onehnlf mile Went of anfonlon the HIlhv It v dkrttha low rice JI8TO INHlltr A 1IISIlOIT Will nUoHtand tilt crent mule lack JIM KKNK tired the grunt Hilly Keene ritilam by the Imp John Well 2nd dnm h lghtackJIIII Keene will mrve iniireii ut 110 TO IX Ill Ht A LIVING CU- LTASHLAND BROOK tNo 1I7W1 Vol A T II It hired by rgono Iliiok Ir neortietown K AHIIIwVND HltOOK foiiltil 1KB olld buy with left bind foot lillii itniul 13 till Ills lilHli 1KliliiliKK Hired by Hllent Hrook No lIrOO record Sl Ire of Mnriarot othgnte YAIf Mettle Ilrook tsn ad ellbrook2I7K Jennie Jlrook G2IT llott Htone Jls4 IJK Hrook t5l IIl1d lluiinlna llrook Hllent Brook by tho lro of Mrnrcldlghtl- alVIirlnrlltllghtY ylyl null VIIlln YlsK Hlrlinllht lred by AloOllll No II record I Ahland llrook lot dam linen Wren hyhlulld Wllke 8Si roof John K Gentry 2t iK MnillePuler III Ashland Wllkos sired by dud Wllkei 111 he liy llorg Wllke4 snd ilnm Hide lly by Pretender IIS Sol darn by Jim Hrook Inn linndnome fll- ow with lots of milMtance a Ixild way 01 going with lot of speed sty to and action Tblll iliould Hlro Motile very liltfltoiiH IlOro Ashland llrook will serve a few out le innriS tlilt lonton lit JI5TO INHUIIK A IIVJNU CO LT rtlll nlcohtnnd the trent miilonnd Jiiniit jlltkJIIJIfy KKKNKatllii for iniirHH and 0 rur TO INHUltK A LIVING 011 Hilly Kerne wa sired by Tom renel51deun hS the Imp Ialermo tllli- hun by Levi lluubliS Irlnco tho sire of 0 Illacklmrn and Hrlanolhi Hilly KiA nu stol1ll full ImiuU black whlto 1IOIIIt8 and its n breeder is unsurpimed in or Jennet Jack Ills colts always bring IlIg tho highest price Muroftraded part ld with or lnur nllt and money Itocomo duo nt tho tlmo of uch tnininctlou For further partloulnrscnll on or nddro tie T 1IAURIH A HORT WOODH hone 71 lUnar s Htiiiford Ky Dignity Dare No Vol S A MahoKiiny Imy black oustWillie only Weightunail tall Rood baoic with lonKanineytnprrlng neck well net In luithmimntnl onhtmitIblue itrlnit In model ring except twice when shown OKnliut lilt own Ret wonderful style iiifarmndiw hone ture When OUt year old wore sill honor In hli ciao 10tnkotyear old he Will uliown II time sad wore blue itrlnit lens never bcon Uefttittnl fancy hiirnei hits ulwny lievn the victor In tnlllonitnkn ring in n limnler lItforand fur all iiuriiow1 Helta inddltt hone with llvit dUtlncl Kill fait line aetlng tucker good In two walk abler lo per very poitlve In hi trot under Middle and In hnrne great nil nround ncllon nil to re iiulnil for nn 1q lnte sire of high tired Milo horiei for Middle or lianiHii Kelt n lure enon li harntpi bor e urariiful stylish nnd fast van uliow eighths In is eeonds 274 guilt with but little hnndlliiK did till hut fslloneyrnrni ouflerscrrnlglii raffia In the iprlng tin U potie ed of wiindrfiil nerve nnd ipeiil enough to get n trotter for nuldslerslargehonlailestylish to gelenrrlflgeborer with n kindly dlloIlion fur ull purM etof a fatally liurw Me II the horse to ere pnrkeri itvllih gracv tul itilMtniieH nml docility It hits Ixtrl given up by honeliien thai hf l Olio of the inixt uniform brerdtri in Kentucky llr lyix1 his wits cter hltlhn never Hred u sorrel cult Tbr hone for the fernier and unnll lnvitler to proilucv Is the horse which wrve the wlildt range of ofthefrom the oldest to the votinwfl l of hla colts live Ixeii ofliiv for uudsold for un average of tllftotul the nverngr ugeof then tslyear month nnd to dnyi- rKlilutlfcKHlred by Chritvr rIft W N H II It lit br llbuk Riiiirrl W In liv First National Bank Stanford Capital Stock JSOOOOj TblllDitltulton was orlglnatly nUbllibtd M the Deposit hank of Stanford In till then reorpnlieJ as the National flank of and again reorganised ai the First National hack uf Stanford la illS having had practically an quieter ruptoeS existence fur as rears It le better supplied cow with facilities for transact Inr bulnllal promptly and well that evt before In long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cur poratloni Solicited hei iH IIP by Imp Hitlaiford MgnltyV nrt tII1I1 IIIIIIIIh1 Welchmixlt No tOSI A T II H Ii IIInlll Wilch all he hIrullddamb Hill1 Vermont 4th tlnm Thorouahbred- Welchmimli Ilnl dnm I hull nr Ahnuiit Purest TKIIMH Dignity hue will make the sea soil nt Iwrht my ilnble in Ituntonvlllf Ky nt tolninniii HvlnK colt witch fonlrd lift lit prove rare In 111 Slates traded or removnl forfeit Innnnd money teetltee dui nnd mint Im IWlh- lut lime of such trnmutctlon hires grated nt Its iwr month nnd bills to ls old t tOrt removal of iimre Irnlltfeil If desired nl renionnble ratty Man entruited to me will receive my lrrsonnl ntlentlon but will not lw rvupoiulhle for accidents r cups 111011In nldII nt ltudmlrlller Ky 1N OAItlKNTKu Col Bird 40566 tvrll Hny horlt4lfNIId lute Hred by Iit 0 Hlrtd liy Cfclllnn Chief No ItUW- IrrofI fgrnr oltbwlthi recent of Ill or lUr by I celllati 5itil sire ot 17111 list luldiitu Hlrtlle KIIIt full liter to flow nil of Mini UnlllllloIUlnt of L uud 1111Ir 1Ilkes Yl fly URIIIII n 2 IW sire of II with rertirdinf t in or UefCr Slut dnm KITIe lions dnnnof Ixird Humrnll jtlttHiUominXlit tire of inmmorlu ilrt oHoll Vllkmlltlnnd Kllle llrllo lii 21 lorlClUIIIHhnw 2 YII lly lied Wilkes tn No 1719 sire of nnd sire of the da11uof Srddnm Kllle IMVI tit dAI11 nf une pro dnclng semis amid urnmt dam lent Humrnll 11001111 I Hell i2i 22 1nnd 70 tar Wllke UhimAlrxandrr AUbillnh S11NoIialoof llohlimlth Maid 211 null 4IthCol ItntI hr the ell for it Iw- oudnulehotsrlieIsldheiblhtgh good nnd Iron analiitime kind of horte Io tirwl to- Me lillli Infore you Marti D HCAItrKNTKH HuitonrllK Ky Of Ky Officers J UOOKEK Press I T IlAHKtt V Pre 3 J UcKOIIKIlTtl obi W H WRAKENAutObri Directors f Raid UanTlIle T Ilarrli Blanford J Hocker Stanford McKlnDl1W I n Ranchman Btanfotd T Jn P BtantordIJ II Ilsoghman Stanford J Ietlui Stanford 0 E Tattt BtautordJ Cbc Lincoln County national Dankt Of Stanford Kentucky HAS A Capital 5000000 Surplus Undivided Profits 2500000 Individual Deposits 24000000 Available foruse of its Patrons 31500000I Screen Doors- Screen Wire ClothiPoultry Netting l Garden Tools Garden Seeds Plow Gear cIat Bottom Prices at Geo De Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware and Groceries Main Street STANFORD KY Musical Instruments Having purchased the business of J n PinlllYIwe can furnish you with everything in tho mils ical line Graplionlioiies all prices StriiIn strutneuts nil kindi Sheet Music Kecojds Etc Pianos and Pianolas of tho hest makes HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY