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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- THE INTERIOR JOURNALt t 1l VOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 9 1907 NO 11 MATTERSI ia ti t have a new 500000 dormitory The Christian Standard says that Rev Goo P Tuubmans meeting at Lltchncld III closed with 100 addition to the Christian church Tho ladles committee received moro than 250 dozen eggs for their Easte r offering which shows how anxious the hens are to help out the Y M C A building Harrodsburg Democrat Tho Christian Church congregation 1of Richmond will erect a new 40000 house of worship Tho members of St Marks Catholic church samo city wilt Erect a 12000 houso of worship Gospel meetings will begin at the Methodist Episcopal church next Sum- day night and continue through two weeks Those meetings will bo in charge of the pastor Rev J 0 Dun f canSomerset Republican Rev George P Smith begun a meeting at the Christian church at McKln which cordial invitefey Sunday to a j tion to all to attend Is extended Preach iing at 200 and 7 M The mooting continue a week or more A 120000 Roman Catholic chapel on wheels tho newest device in evange lism became a fact when tho Pullman Car Company completed a chapel car and turned it over to the Roman Catho lic Church Extcntion Society now In scsilon In Chicago Tho 10th District Convention of tho Christian church embracing tho Hible School Association and tho Christian Womans Board of Missions will beheld at Somerset Pulaskt county April 1719 Tho 10th district is composed of I the counties of Canard Lincoln Madi son Iulaskl and Rockcustlo and it if expected that delegations will bo pres ent from many of tho churches of tho district A very interesting practical and helpful program has been arranged providing for conferences and discus alone with addresses by prominent workers of the district I MATRIMONIAL At Winston N c Miss Julia Harris an old maid of 62 was married to William Stradcr just 21 Clay Hunt tho well known wholesale grocery merchant of Lexington and Miss Margaret Scott of the same city will bo married Juno 4th at the Second Presbyterian church Lexington Alexander Van Wyth and his wife havo been reunited at Ashland after a separation of 35 years and as n result of tho reappearance of tho husband supposed to bo long dead tho wife is insane over the thought of her two sets of children by subsequent marriages who are now made Illegitimate If Mr and Mrs James E Lynn an nounce the engagement of their daugh b ter Miss Jennie Lynn to MrJohn Mc Roberts Mount The wedding which will bo a quiet one will occur In early June The prospective bride is one of Lincoln countys most charming and popular young women while the groom tobo is a fine young business man and a clever gentleman Boris a son of Mr J R Mount of Lancaster They will make theirhome at Rocky Mount N c where Mr Mount is extensively engaged in the lumborbusiness Pneumonias Deadly Work had so seriously affected my right lung writes MM Iannlo Connor of Rural Route 1 Georgetown Tunn that I coughed continuously night and day and tho neighbors prediction con8umIUonseometllnevllable un til my husband brought homo a bottler of Dr Kings NBW Discovery which in my case proved to bo the only real cough cure arid restorer of weak sore lungs When nil other remedies 1utterly fall you may still win in the battle against lungand throat troubles with Now Discovery the real euro i Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store r fiOo and 91 Trial bottlo free Tramp Ive asked for money nnd l Ive looked for money and 1vo prayed for money mum Mrs Tibbins Have you ever thought of working for it my man TrampNo mum you see Im going through tho alphabet and I aint got to J W yet An Insidious Danger One of tho worst features of kidney trouble Is that it is an insidious dis ease and bofjro tho victim realizes his I danger ho may havo a fatal malady Take Foloys Kidney Curo at tho first sign of trouble as it corrects irregu sates mind prevents Hrlghts disease and diabetes G L Penny I For an orchid of tho Odontoglossum Crlspum Leonard Perfect variety 3 675 was paid at a salo at Cheapsldo London squatsistomach needs strengthening with MII t ona Fifty conts a box if it helps you nothing if it falls G L Penny i t J t Here and There A 11 Chlsm of Tomklnsvllle walk with a cane ICO years old Eight Negroes were killed in n rail road wreck near Mahlcton Ga Mayor Combs of Lexington revoked tho license of a druggist who made a practice of selling dope without properly labeling It- Wlltlnrn Newby tho Baptist theological student who disappeared iron the seminary In Louisville several days ago has written from Lebanon denying that there is occasion for alarm Six skeletons and 300 in gold wore dug up on a farm near Ashland while excavations were being made for house The site was occupied by house built before tho Civil War A Cleveland modiste sued a patroi for the prlco of a dress but she proved in court that it hid tho graceful curves of her figure instead of ahowing them and thu wise judge decided In her favor An Inspector of the State hoard of Pharmacy caught all tho drug stores In Bowling Green by purchasing morphine from tho stores without n pre scription and prosecutions may follow for violation of tho drug law All tho prisoners in the Clark county jail at Winchester escaped Saturday night by prying out a large stone One was caught in a few hours and another returned on his own accord saying that ho just wanted a little exercise Mrs Essio RickctU and Mrs Ed ward Marshall lifelong friends and neighbors whoso infants were born under the same roof shared each others sorrow when they buried their children in the same casket at Hopkinsvillc Tho dedication of the building in New York which is now tho common home of three national engineering societies and for tho erection of which Andrew Carnegie gave 1500000 will bo held on Tuesday and Wednesday April 16 and 17 The trial of Harry K Thaw for the murder of Stanford Whito was re sumed yesterday in New York and it is believed tho case will reach tho jury by Thursday But little moro testi mony will be offered by either side and unless there should bo somo unexpected delay tho 12th week of tho trial will see its close A FALSE FRIEND Beware ob ginl It may pretend Wlf kindly grin To bo yo fried Oats just its way Tp wreak a grudge An make you say Good mawnln Judge Gin am no friend To you mah boy It do but lend- Fictitious joy It takes yo pay Den lets you trudgo To cot and say Good mawntn Judge EUREKA I Yes I Have FourTd ft at Last Found what Why that Chamberlains Sato euros ecxuma and all man nor of Itching of tho skin I have been aOlictod for many years wilt skin dlnnuso I had to get up three or four times every night and wash with cold water to allay tho terrible itching but since using this salvo In December JU05 tho itching has stopped and has not troubled moEIdor John T Ong lay Itootvllle 1a For sale by all druggists Tho gift of 0000000 to the Carnegie Institute announced by Andrew Car negie swells tho amount given by him to tho library institute and tcchlcal schools at Pittsburg to 19620000 and raises the total of his beneficiaries in Greater Pittsburg to 32500000 It is said this is tho largest sum given by any individual to any ono community in all history Public Warning Wo shall not bo responsible if any person lakotf any but tho genuine Fo leys Honoy and Tar for coughs and colds mutations aro worthless and may contain opiates Tho genuine Foloys lIon y anti Tar in thn yellow package uontalnos no opiates and is safe and suro G L Penny Tim good people of Lincoln will have n three days fair this year tho dates being July 17 18 19 They never havo any but good ones over there and many Garrard county people aro looking forward with much pleasure to the event Central Record Beware of time dog Why such a largo sign wo askedi So that he who runs may read No answered tho farmer So that ho who reads may run Ever wako up In tho morning with tho nose stuffed up and dry Thais catarrh A 8100 outfit of Hyomel will cure you Money back If it fails G L Penny NEWS NOTES Tho seating capacity of New Yorks various theatres is 120000 A twoyearold son of George Keys of Cumberland connty fell into a large kettle of water and way drowned Joe and Robert Davidson father and son charged with tho killing of James Stacy were acquitted at Bcattyvillc Terry McGovern tho pugilist has been restored to his right mind and has been discharged from a Stamford Conn sanitarium Poison in wall paper in the home of Zack Watson of New Harmoney Ind has caused tho deaths of three of his wives within thlast three years Eight children havo been born to a young couple in Davicss county the last arrivals twinscoming on the eighth anniversary of tho wedding Benjamin Thaw a half brother of Harry K Thaw has donated 50000 to the fund for the proposed new building for tho Western University of Pennsyl vaniaDispatches to the mercantile agencies Indicate that tho volume of business is fully maintained and in some lines there is tho increase naturally accom panying tho advancing season Tom Wilson tho mad painter who ran amuck in Bowling Green last summer shooting and cutting several per sons was given a total of eight years in tho penitentiary on three charges and seven moro Indictments against him remain to bo tried Twenty persons were killed by a tor nado which swept across tho States of Louisiana Mississippi and a part of Alabama for a distance of about 300 miles Tho principal destruction was at Alexander Jackson and Bayou Sara La and Carson Miss Tho Assessors book for the year 1905 was mutilated in the courthouse at Owenton and it is charged that pages were torn from it to remove evidence of alleged grafting on tho part of coun ty officers Tho books will be kept un der lock and key in the future Commonwealths Attorney James P Adams and Attorney R R Jouett will go before tho Kentucky court of appeals and ask that tho case against James Hargis whose trial on a charge of murdering Dr B D Cox has been set for Sandy Hook Elliott county be remanded to Brcathltt county for trial Gov Beckham refused to pay thre reward offered for the capture of Bert Hudson charged with murder in Owen county on recommendation of State Inspector Henry Jl lilacs who charged that tho facts on which the offer of the reward was made were untrue It was shown that Hudsons whereabouts were known at tho time of tho application for tho reward By the unanimous report of the lun acy commission in New York Harry K Thaw was pronounced sane District Attorney Jerome protested against tho confirmation of tho decision by Justice Fitzgerald The District Attorney threatened to ask the Appellate division of tho Supremo Court for a writ of prohibition to prevent tho continuance of tho trial The court granted him until yesterday to prepare his applica tionTho longstanding dispute between the Western railroads and tho Broth erhood of Railroad Trainmen and the Order of Railway Conductors came to an end when through tho efforts of Chairman Knapp of the Interstate Commerce Commission and Chairman Neil of tho United Status Labor Com mission n proposition was submitted to both sides which proved acceptable The men are to receive an advance in wages of 10 per cent They udandon tho demand for a ninehour day Cured of Rheumatism Mr Wm Henry of Chattanooga Tonn had rheumatism In his loft arm Tho strength seemed to havo gone out of tho musclos so that it was use loss for work ho says I applied Chamberlains Pain Hulm and wrapped the arm In llannol at night and to my relief I found that tho pain grad ually loft me and the strcngh returned In three weeks tho rheumatism hud disappeared and hair not sineo re turned If troubled with rheumatism try a few npnlleations of Puln Balm You are certain to bo pleased with tho relief which it affords For salo by all druggists Dr Simon Flexner of New York who has discovered a serum to prevent and eliovo cerebrospinal meningitis has offered to come to Kentucky to try to heck the epidemic which is causing many in llarlan Bitten by a Spider Through blood poisoning caused by a spider bite John Washington of Uosquovlllo Tex would have lost his leA which became a mass of running mores had he not been persuaded to- ry Buckleas Arnica Salve Ho writesIIlho first application re Moved and four boxes healed alt tho sores Heals every sore 2w at Pennys Drug Store N un HUSTONVILLE Allen Reid sold to J A Walden 22 nice 550pound heifers at 3Jc Misses Helen Hockcr and May Belle Drye have returned from a visit to Leb anon friends Next Saturday is horse show day here and if tho weather is favorable a largo crowd will be on hand D C Allen shipped four cars of hogs to Cincinnati last week paying from 575 to 010 per 100 pounds Miss Peachie Underwood has return ed to State Normal School at Rich mond after a short sojourn at home Born to the wife of N II Bishop a fine boy While the mother and son are doing well the neighbors are sit ting up with Noah B N Averitt and wife are guests of her parents Mr and Mrs F M Yow cll Carlisle Alcorn was at homo a few days from State Collide Lexington The houso of Lizzie Jarman colored near the R L Berry place was de stroyed by firo Sunday together with all the contents It caught from a defective flue A full line of fiatclass household goods and kitchen furniture will bosoM next Saturday to the highest bidder without reserve A C Lancaster J P Goode auctioneer Alex Hicks sold to D J Elliott a yearling jack that measured 50 inches under the standard for 350 He is a splendid individual and will double in price in a very short while The Christian Endeavor Society will meet Sunday afternoon at 630 at the Christian church and at 730 Rev Dan iels subject will be The C E Pledge Everybody is invited to hear this address Judge Wm Myers has bought the Jenkins farm near town from Emmett McCormack and will get possession in time for fall seeding Mr McCormack gets the Myers property on the west side of town Rev II M Burk will preach at New Salem church tho first Sunday in May at 11 A M Ills numerous friends will be glad to know he is able again to do tho Masters work and will give him a cordial welcome Tho ladles auxiliary to the C W B M met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs V B Morse with Mrs J W Powell as leader Splendid talks were made by Mesdames Daniels Hockcr and Robinson upon the subject Mex ico The skating interest continues to increase here Patrons from Moreland McKinney Milledgevillc Liberty Junc tion City and Danville attended Friday evening Besides Tuesday and Friday evenings there will be a matinee for ladies only Thursday next from 330 to 6 r M A B Austin bought for II G Van Arsdall Co of Lexington 160 acres of fine timber belonging to tho Carpen ter heirs situated near Mt Salem Two mills will be set up immediately and under tho supervision of Mr Austin the work will be pushed and the timber shipped from McKinney The stockholders of The Homo Tel ephone Co met Saturday and complet ed their organization by electing the following officers Dr J C Barker president J B Honaker vice presi dent RL Bony secretary James C Reid J K Baughman and Charles Lutes directors They will meet here next Saturday afternoon Tho subject of Rev Clarence Dan iels sermon Sunday morning is The Infallablo Guide Evening The A cordial invitation is ex tenaed to all to attend Thero will bo- no preaching at tho Presbyterian church until the first Sunday in May Union prayer meeting Wednesday night at tho Christian church lead by Prof McVey- or Rev Daniels At a meeting of tho board of educa tion of our graded school last week the following teachers were unanimously elected for the ensuing term Prof J M McVey principal MissesKato Bo gle and Mamie Yancey assistants and Miss Clare Hare music instructor The school is making rapid progress with nearly 150 pupils enrolled all of whom say ono can not side step there but must studyIDoing Business When my friends AgainI aboutto tako leave of account of Indlgostlon nervousness and general debility writes A A ChUholm Troadwoll N Y and when It looked us If there was no hope loft I was persuaded to try Electric Bitters and rejoice to say that they curing me I am now doing business again as of old and am still gaining dally Best tonic medicine ononrth Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Oc Former Senator Blackburn will not sail immediately for the Isthmus of Panama as ho originally intended by reason of a cablegram from Secretary TaCt directing him to remain in Washington until the Secretary returnsl I GRIFFON BRAND J BUYAn AH Wool Griffonr Brand Guarantied r1SuitSpring and Summer t THE KIND THAT FITS SAM WELLI ATTENTION EOEs3fy Raisers 3lOl1slgnmenljIoand cvunirt them t PURINA- UULTfY1 FEEDS a ixtnreofoveradenvorietlpsO 4 anw v no grit 3 noLurnoienithrie upon tins ftilit ono flrriflrIW HJ HIGGINS Stanford Ky DEHTCrjET DE IjtMMEF S DE gvIS DEfiLES Stock of above now Call and see completeI GEORGE H E T PENCE C4aII GThe time is coming when you will enjoy a good hath moro than anything on a hot afternoon Country folks you can enjoy this luxury almost u necessity na well as town people It will actually bo cheaper for you will not have to pay for water Seel S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky amid Plumber lTinner iWw a + J rI- s r The Interior Journal E C WALTONI WHSHANKS- It it candidate for RPreenthtlVP of Mil coin county In thu next tlenerul Assembl 1ofKentucky niul respectfully submits hla to democratic let iiiivsa convention I Hnturday April II J T ROBERTS mild lite for In the Omh- OrchllnI1l11lIhlrhIIUbtrlctluIJJcct to tbe notion of thu democratic plln I M BRUCE Is n candidate for Jailer pf Mncoln county subject to the action of tilt Ucnta rat I party JAMES C HAYS Is n ell ihfor Jailer oathclkniorrntlsubject to c party SENATOR PETTIS of Alabama called on the President Saturday and told him that there was serious objection x among both Democrats and Republicans in Alabama to the proposed appointment of Oscar Hundley as the new Federal Judge for that State Senator Pettus declared that Hundlej was not fit for the job and in view of the protests which have been pouring in against his appointment it is pos sible that the President may change his mind 4SENATOR Cox has introduced a meas ure in the Tennessee Senate known as the Jug Bill It provides for the l appointment of liquor inspectors by the county courts of dry counties and fixes a penalty for violation of a system of inspection by railroads or in dividuals A fee is to be collected un der the plan used in the inspection of coal oil and if the liquor is not of pre r scribed qualities it may be rejected ACCORDING to figures compiled by the census bureau at Washington a Ii divorce suit is filed every two minutest during working hours of court officials and a divorce granted every three min tutes in the United States This has- been the average for the last 20 years and census officials say that the num 4betis increasing at an alarming ratei marriage seems all the go wheth er called by that name or not THE Liberty News hands out this useful bit of information An acorn never was meant to grow into an apple tree He might have added that a 4silk purse can not be made out of a sows ear nor can the blind see or the r deaf hear Why dont you tell it all Brer Thomas r WE beg ten thousand pardons Messrs May Williams of the Scm erset Times We have been so accus tomed to getting Somersets news out of the Somerset Journal that we gave IBrer Campbells paper credit through force of habit COL E W LILLARD a splendid democrat and one of the cleverest t gentlemen in the State was nominated for Representative by the democrats of Boyle Saturday He should be elected by an overwhelming majority THEY do things in a hurry in Chicago Fred A Busse was elected mayor of that city Tuesday and on Saturday he was sworn in HARRY KENDALL THAW is at last fa mous A Madison county man has named a fine jack for him- POLITICAL Gov Hoke Smith of Georgia will leave for Europe this week to study im migrationGov of Minnesota has signed the Twocent Railway Fare Bill The law will go into effect May 1 Gov Patterson has vetoed the Lafol lette Charter Bill and thereby dealt a severe blow to the temperance element in the Tennessee Legislature Former Pension Commissioner Eu gene F Ware has applied for a service pension for the benefit as he says of a little girl whose brother is a soldier in the Philippines Judge James Breathittt of Hopkins ville prominently mentioned as a can didate for the Repblican nomination for Governor has announced that he f will not enter the race countyIville The object of the bill is to do l away with the saloons- Representative 0 H Holmes intro duced a resolution in the Iowa House t providing that present business condi r tions in the United States demand the t v reelection of President Roosevelt An estimate that the Panama canal will be opened by 1915 was made by John F Stevens retiring engineer in charge of the work on leaving the isthmus Mr Stevens was giving a big sendoff by the men under him At a special meeting of the Roosevelt Rebublican Club of Hamilton county at Cincinnati resolutions were passed in dorsing the Roosevelt Administration and pledging its support to secure the of Judge William II Taft for the presidency- James B Garnett recently elected a member of the Democratic Campaign Committee will decline to serve on the committee according to reports from- Hopkinsviile To n friend in his home politics Is vanity and vexation of spirit t W J Gooch who has just been nom inated for Representative from Simp son county and who was a member of the last Legislature is the first in the field as a candidate for speaker of the next House of Representatives President Roosevelt is to be the chiefI figue of the opening day of the Jamestown Exposition The opening exercises which take place Friday April 26 will begin at sunrise by n salute or his guns by the Norfolk light artilleryI blues commemorating the ant versary of the first English settlement of America u IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of John Rheber of Casey is Harry II Beulah who married Miss Collie Hicks of Somerset is dead at Gettysburg PaIWilliam Sherman Hail a popular teacher of the Mt Victory section of Pulaski county is dead Mrs Lou Quisenberry was burned to death by the explosion of a lamp at her homo in Christian county Miss Skimmerhorn daughtc washingII Frazer river Five hundred person are homeless A movement is on foot for a reunion of the Class of 57 of Centro College Danville to be held during the week of CommencementS has bought the Eight Gables Hotel at Livingston and his father Abel Pennington of Mt Vernon will run it William Alexander half brother of Wilson Alexander of this county died suddenly in Danville Saturday Ho was 52 years old and leaves a wife I and two children The Federal grand jury at Chicago returned a second indictment against John R Walsh former president of the Chicago National Bank charging mis management of that institution The large stock barn belonging to B F Patton near Bryantaville was destroyed by fire with a large quantity of hay corn and farming implements The origin ot the blaze is unknown The State Prison Commission releas ed Vick Messer Knox county from the penitentiary on parole Messer was sent up Aug 28 1905 to serve a sentence of four years upon conviction of man slaughterJudge Gooch had but little to do this week one case of concealed weapons one disorderly conduct one breach or the peace and another not to be men tioned This is pretty good for an 8 000 lot of people Somerset Republi canMrs Jane Jennings died at her horn in Lancaster after an illness of several weeks of pneumonia aged 71 She leaves one son Samuel Jennings a brother W J Romans of Lancaster and three sisters Mesdames Elizabetl Petty of Illinois Eliza Blankenship or Missouri and Malinda Cotton of Madi son county The Horse Show On account of the raw weather the horse show yesterday was not up to that of last year Some fine ones were exhibited but the number was not as great Following is a list of them Almont Dare one of the best sons of Dignity Dare owned by E S Powell fi Son Hustonville Lincoln Chief the great saddle stal lion of Reid Hundley Danville a magnificently bred fellow and a good moverPence Jr the IGhand high son of Pence owned by J Z Spoonamore but in the hands of R L Smith of Hiatt Rockcastle county W H Dudderars Kentucky Squirrel vas well shown by Carroll Dudderar- C C Carpenter rode his splendid son of Dignity Dare Dare All and made zany friends for that popular horse S T Harris and R B Woods showed Ashland Brook and King Eagle and hree of the latters get Ashland Brook showed great speed and action ting Eagle was shown to halter- J M Pettus Beau Naboth a blue tie wearer was one of the popular horses of the day He is by Naboth and like his sire is a good one D S Carpenter had Dignity Dare in fine trim and the old fellow stood like he was having his picture taken Ho is not only a premium show horso but 0 proven breeder The Warfield by Dare Devil dam Naughty Girl by Rex Americus owned by S M Owens attracted a great deal of attention Ho is not only a good individual but a breeder of speed and style L B Owens showed to the halter Pow hattan a good threeyearold by Dignity Dare J R Beazley has two fine stallions in Lincoln Squirrel and Joe Brown Jr They were the subject of much favorable comment John Cook showed Ante Carlo for Ushon Smith The old fellow retains his speed and is yet in good condition to make the season I1nrrodsburgbrought ular trotting tie attracted a great deal of attention J C Reid had Doc Gray in the pink of condition and the little fellow made many friends F Reid had on exhibition a fine three yearold by Dorsey Golddust and a full brother to Jack of Diamonds He is a good one Nash Raum showed Dignity a 11 hand bay stallion Morgan Denmark tho good saddl stallion owned by James McKcchnio will make the season at M B Eubanks farm in tho Hubble section Chester Jewell by Chester Dare owned by John W Holmes of the East End was conspicuous for his absence as was R S Scudders Chester S The latter will make the season at Mi Scudders farm in tho McKinney section WE know of no one man we had rather see represent old Lincoln thai thISomerset Journal JOURINALdorse the candidacy of no aspirant for tho Legislature until he publicly nnd unequivocally statos that ho will If elected stand by the result of tho don ocratic State primarySomerset nal We beg pardon Credit JourI have been given tho Somerset Democrats hereabout support ic nominees hirer Campbell and If elected and he will be Mr Shanks will not only vote for Gov Beckham for Uj S Senator but will do so cheerfully will use his influence in getting others to vote for him The Price ofHealth Tho price of health In a malarious district is just 25o tho cost of a box of Dr Kings NowLifo Pills II writes Ella Sloyton of Noland Ark Now Life Pills cleanse gently and impart new life and vigor to tho system 25 Satisfaction guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store n Tho State of Tennessee will shortly be as dry as a rainwashed bone The State of Tennessee is even dryer than Kentucky as there are only three places in it where a saloon is permitted Nashville Memphis and Chattanooga The last of the Tennessee cities of any size to go dry was Jackson where the vote was 937 dry and 3 wet II This came very near being unanimous Ex Whooping Cough I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy in my family in cases of whooping cough and want to toll you that it is the best medioino I have over usedW F Gaston Posco Ga This remedy is safe and sure For j sale by all druggists seegood surrey or swap it for a cart J S Mobley McKinney BROWN paper suitable for cptting un der carpets cheap at this oJ e A Nice Home for Salel I delro to sell my house und lot In Crab Orchard i room one ten of land Hood barn IInu an nccessnry uutbundrng Stw llgnntfrullJ n HTaaN1IFnagYQnllu Orchard A WORD TO YOU I You art Invited to look at the Sew White Goods Hamburg Lams Also n now nno of Iuhtlr In muck ftiur IlrowhOrny all t llIch wide splendid value per yard Those having Kggs and bhlclcrns to sell I will give tickets to theta on this range Ilrtng them In Infore they go down U liHAUUlH Oral Orchard Ky NOTICE I Wo want every person that U afflicted any1Isrnearisingpackage of our Ktandard remedy Itumvm Irwe gimraiitee It to cure If taken accord Ing to directions or your money will IM re funded Kach package contains 04 doses with n registered guarsntee Irlco tUU For sjile by H Wllllaiiui Agent McKlnucy Ky J W AGEY Livery Food and Sale Stables EveryIgHt Asoph Hotel Htanford Ky Ihonu ITS Billy Breckinridge polntaODdrlJtat niylmrn at TO INHUHK A LIV CULT This Jack was bred and raised by SInJ Jolty U Harris of Madison and ho hue proven his breeding to be good I will also stand n duo Drennon saddle stallion at 5U TO INHUltK A UVlNtJ 1IIJllh1or8duced snore ddlecolt than tiny one hone to his age Come and see them und If you onylungJlllwrtOrcokKy Beau Naboth 45006 byNonII1nunK 1st dual Loft J by Metropolitan U72 son of Iliimbletonliin 2nd data Jose hint by Mumhrlno WIt son of rlhnyIllSaldarn Mary SVlthern by till lIglIlCGlhriiorntonsltiilllor llenu Kalxjtli In n hand wine standing 514 Inods of grunt peed style rind action mid of perfect con furmiitlon and us u sire hug shown his abil ity to reproduce Mutualities pt111grooul1Il diiinH sldo nnd also on danig side to the 1110lt desirable thoroughbred crossu- WIII stand at born of Mr Felix White IX pikelitJInrei grazed ut ref mouth Moneytradedlue when hard Is or parted with or ured elxowhwre The bust oaro uktn though no rviponslblitty for ncci lents or escapes J Jt PKTTUS Btouford Ky Farm for Sale or Rent Goal farm of 4W acres near Turnersvl lie for tale or runt Nice new residence nnd all necessary outbuildings In repair Terms private AddreosJ UOVfon Jor bin Ky or out K power on thv place NOTICEAny one needing n Union Jack nmlSW Iro Htretchrr can leave their order with T II NewlandntHtauford He has uno he will slow you and take your under niul will JIll the some on short notice llT rUNHKOHI K 1TMVJE Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Pain Killer lerm IVwxroyer Dlsensp llan- 1hec UluiHl Vltallrer and Strength Restorer N II Bogie JIarksbury Kentucky Ornoriil Ag- uutPOwhatan ftiy lions three yettrs oUltH hands blili thI1t Dignity lMr Ut Until Mini di- b Hl nil al Uiii 1millo ty Altfiont Pos eMSrddum known tine CMtlleni bare very but brad UJ Ilurve llrlnt IffMlriliilu t Powhutmhnsgnrtstyle nUll action sins tin one liullvliluiil You bould sou him efore you baud Will mike thud season Inn nt hay tulle tram MeKluney fllr1ll11l1lt lit JJOTii MVINUIUIT At Htne place The WnrtUNI will stand Ht liuinl ili JiirhColMiUerw nt II nWVNH McKliiiKy Ky TRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- EmbaImors STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets DriiRgCt Rugs Mattings Pie turo Frame Shades Lace Curtains and Wn1l1npcr Mr E T Jleazlcy has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Nigbt ICG or 133 Lincoln Squirrel deal bay 4yenr oldblnck polntnlthands high stud lull made lnavy mane and tall llood hOllO phllltl bck nil lIt4knset In litKli mounted shoulders combined hurl horse but I use huh only In harness and n morn perfect harness Bono I bistro niwr mwn cun itcp very lust with extreme high notion nil around uml I think Mm lu h onuofthebest itulllon In the Htntn to bmHl loto set good iiluhclnn wnlktrol and business horses that will firing you fancy prlco Iii line flush anti hlnh 111I uriuuiHMi nay harness horse that rnn IK found Ills IIInllller Rrnru anti cfFP would win for him In nay compnny Ho hut two roll fouled dust year UI hrnl nt n two tlIrold I own one of theist stud cnn stiow- plriatygsoodenoughlotiiiwinnmany hor t rRiilciiiKR wits livd h Marion wruirrehuw hbY Illnck Miuirrl- Ipt he hy IIl1lk liam Marion wuhrnIeltiboitisv UnIMountain 2nd dam hy Hughe Edwin For est Lincoln Squirrels lt dam Kate Messenger hy Mc oiiRi r full brother Messenger Freud 216 end dllm Miirln IHpauwhy MamhrlnoHlar llRtitn full brother to Jjidy Thorn 121 lint lain Mollle Crow by Helm YorkhlnIllluck Hiiulrrer grand sire U tons noted highclass sushi horse IhnuIhorse In the world such III land Denmark heater Part lied H Ulrnl mutt ninny others tllluiskcthenmmof lWO lit sale barn In Htauford at I1UU to linuroii living colt Money U duo when colt U foaled or mam parted wit- hJOE BROWN JR b brown with three white feet pot In forIhead 1IIIIIInill on nose J hand high tilt mot Iwautlf ill color and mark that hna over stun ham by man 4yeartold and Is n wr get saddle bortl front every taiul olit hilA n Unutlful waddle horse hend n wrfect countenance nnd very Intellectual nlroenr long rangy neck mnuntead well IUIIII deri i very heavy and drop through heart- Itlt n Ixautlful sliinte l thouldcr with very horn buck good coupllni gnash round hips with Usury luorteri bout with n Mrrlctl trim set of legs and hat more ityle than nnIKhlIor head mind tail always In the right place never need anything to add to hU looks and race hilt hli natural form and style Joe Brown Jr U n iwrfect tyiMtudillo horse from every point quid 01 you will see fnun jtedlaree hunt n halter one bred and Imi every gait that any- Cnntuckyenddlsltorstiiithewurid 1 anti from a flatfoot on otiiuil In it very line Individual Joo Ilrown Jr wits shown last ienon In the threeyejirold form nnd never failed to wear the ldue In lili own elm unit won many promlumi with the Idit need horsoiln KelilUck1I1i compotltorf anil I took great nil In selecting smut tnivliiK this line widil Ie itnlllon for benefit of my friends bud are ownen they can raise oniethlni that will meet tho emend for It never wits greater nor the price now for Good hlghcloni aped and walktrot horses and that is Just what you will ruUe If you take euro of tho Ectof JOE llltOWN JH out horses Unit you can scll front lldl you cnn a11 from Fyx to JlJo U handled and prop fly cnretl for niter It nothing tn praise of thlllrcnt stallion that one could say hut lie U not worthyof lint hi young intl lion will servo number of mnreiut ny sale liana lit 150 Ho Inmiro n living colt J1ell retained on colts till netuon money U nthIgniniirsJss Drown Jr U ted lllrd lit by Jot lirown he by CIIIJIIIIYe hy Old Ixjxlngton thorough red lit dam Tnlmage he Time ho by Htonewnll Jackson j 2nd dam by IVashlligton Dunnmrk Let uu that In that breiillitK combination of three of thin lieit tldlelamroutndnthat Kentucky mortis No greater slit horses has ever thunCJabboirn I xliintonOn lintasvorlil nit the iwst Unit cast foundRoxsye Will nUo utiniil ii good mill luck hniiiU liml lane Hind by oflhlnrgliuuklKOIIIUck veir premium hllu1f n tine Jiuk Jle stain Ins t on In this county und ins two colt ulro dv Olltl horse tins colt doss than XI hours old old for im The othor Is n hun inulti colt II10nllllll Ids owner refused 71 for him when oMt linn n week old 1101180 will luntl nt tho small sum of fj to Insure ft diving colt VIII liinko tilt season at my sold INlrnlll present duo when cult 1i uilttl or mure parted Ilun rehdtai until money jlIrM graze- d20iernlonlh n Nottrpnhlblu for ao lit elelntH or c8caH but full cure e taken to pruvunt nny- JAMES BEAKLRYt Stanford Ky ae jjTRAGOOJ fhiswear Extra Good Clothes fco do these lays and w duos nearly nil Extra Good Iwys of this section Wear the Kxtrn Good brass cold bytH J McROBRTS t STANFORD KENTUCKY In Hluc Sorbets double brciutcd or Norfolk style with plain url nlckor bockcr prints grcyn and plaids with or without belts failoru Jluwiaii blouses etc The patterns are GOOD tho styles ideal BRIGHTEN UP Good Paint is not an ex pensebut a paying invest ment There is no better Paint than S W P and few as good Come in arid talk it overIe PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTOI TADI 4AAKiLYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists- At this scaipn of tho year we recommend according to our motto Only tho JUnt for sI1I0Oholulnlu ot4raIrnlulntetlIltl t 2JoAl f I 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 ittf STANFORD DRUG COS iwdurI 1 toe r Shades r Wconrry all taro heat Colors in Window Similes 2Cc to 7Cc Special nt1 I to extra wide or extra long Similes SfiV1 v Portierres 1 Ii lorfpaIrl rf i FaA M f IISTANFORD Kv Arnii 0 1907 J SUN lliNE Finish will make old 4 furniture tore look like now Pennys Drug PERSONALSl Mils DBTTIB WtL faqulttitoK is u suircrer i from tonelJltlatMM W F VAUQIIAN is vlsltinff reIc nttvoa at Salvlsa t Mil Miiwwn HALI U jip from Lou t Isvillo for n few days MRS P P NONNBLIEY has been quite sick but is improving MRs U D CARTHR an Ifson Carl i visited friends at ParksvillcM- H6DAMB8 J S ANn T A KICK t spent mat week in LoulavllleI Stilt F 1 THOMPSON is with her daughter Mrs L U Hughes MR M F ELKIN of Lexington is t hero mingling with Maccabees Miss SUE Hour of Lexington spent a few days with the homcfolka here Mil J H NUNNKLLEY who has beer traveling in Missouri has joined his wife here CAIT H It GKSTUY came over from I Frankfort upd spent Sunday with hit family hero REV A A HlRGlNS camo home romI Louisville to the burial ofhis aunt Mrs T M Lewis Mn AND MRS JOHN DINWIDDIB of Hustonvillo spent Friday with Mrs Fannie Dunn MR C L CARTtfn who now has his headquarters in Lexington spent Sunday with his wife here MR AND MRS W 0 Sri in returned yesterday from n visit to his sister bird Orr in Covington MISSES BELLE GIVENS and Kather Inc Alcorn of Hustonvlllo attended the burial of Mrs T M Lewis MESDAMBS W B McKINN and An nlo Engleman aro guests of Mrs S M Saufloy Frankfort Journal MRS M J COCHRAN and Mist Ophelia Lackey camo down from Crab Orchard to attend the burial of Mrs T M Lew- Is REV S M LOGAN left Monday for Paris Texas to conduct a series of v meetings at that place Wilmoro Cor Jessamine Journal MRS OSCAR BISHOP and Mr Jay Heath of Corbin accompanied the remains of little Nannie Sue Severance to this place for burial MR G A PEYTON of MIddlcsboro Is hero mingling with his many old friends who as Teddy would say are dcollghted to ace him MR A A LEWIS and Miss Eleanor Lewis of Covington and Rev John M Lewis of Shawanee 0 attended the burial of Mrs T M Lewis Mn ANn MRS J F HOLDAM have moved to Crab Orchard to spend the summer Their friends here dislike to give them up oven for that length of time MR AND MRS F J JONES haVo moved back to Crab Orchard from Gum Sulphur where they have been in tho mercantile business for several years AGENT J S RICE has been given an other assistant at the depot and ho has selected Mr Wearcn Hughes aa OP- erator and assistant agent A splendid t selection MR J A DUDDERAR of Stanford mixing with friends this t was in tho city week Mrs Sallie Carter of More land Is visiting Mrs J M Carter one v Crab Orchard street Somerset Times MR RODERT McKECHNlK son of Mr James McKcchnic of tho Hubblo IceI tion has been made superintendent oCI the American Lifo Insurance Co of Tampa Fla Quito a responsible posl tion for a young man of 24 years MR A B FLORENCE of Stanford is in tho oil field after an absence oft several weeks Mr Sam G Castillo of Stanford was tho guest of his 1ar Ij ents Mr and Mrs Michael Castillo for a few days last week Monticello OuUookIMRS J M ROBERTS and son will leave next week to visit her daugh ter Mrs Florida Greer in Alabama Will Adams is down from McKinney this week Lloyd Iluey to at homo from school this weekSomerset Re publlcnnIe MRS J W morning to attend the bedside of her brother Mr Thomas Broaddus at But ler MO but when she arrived sho found him dead Deceased once livedt In this county lIo was 61 years old and Is survived by five children his number of agoj MR AND MRS R S LYTLE of Dan villa wore here yeatorday Miss DORCAS LEWIS Turnersville MargaretLewisEDITOR J HENRY TIIQJIAH of tho yostordnyMR THOMAS GOODE of Indianapolis and Miss Dolly Gootlo of Pmrkivlllu are with their slater Mr B D Car terSUrT G SINGLETON is attending the Superintendents meeting at Richmond Ho visit tho State Normal School while there Miss POLLY TRAYLOR was a guogt at a handsome dinner at Tho Seelbach in Ixmisvlllo in honor of Mr Boylo Woolfolk of that city ED EICHBNHBKGER left Friday for Belmont Calif to mako his homo with his brother Fred Elchcnborger who Is doing well there Ills accom panted him an far as LouisvilleI LOCALS RANGES and stovoa at Singletons WE latest styles in writing paper Stanford Drug Co I HAVE splendid lotor buggy bar ness at all prices J C McClary FOR SALE About 125 bushels Ger man millet seed of 1905 crop nice and clean H C Anderson It S C B LEGHORN eggs for set ting of 17 or three settings for tMrs Robert L Berry Hustonvillo Ky TilE person who catea greased pig at tho rink tonight will make enough money to skate thn balance of the season on COIUIIN has only four saloons now tho licenses of six having expired last week bne of tho licenses runs until early in December MRS MAR BRIGHT LILLARD sister of Mr John Bright Sr of this place is dead in Danvillo aged 81 She was tho widow of Mr Thomas M Lilian Tile Sundays afternoon blew down tho largo silo on W P Givens farm and tore off n portion of tho roof of his barn A good many trees were blown down in Mr Givens section of the county MARSHAL JONES has made severalar rests In his effort to apprehend tho par ties who played havoc with harness at the Graded School entertainment and in Fridays paper wo expect to tell the wholo story of the disgraceful affair Tim city council at its meeting Thursday night passed a resolution offering 50 for tho arrest and conviction of tho person or persons who cut har ness buggies and did other deviltry at the Graded School entertainment Sat urday night week This increases the reward to SI00 as tho trustees of the school lad already offered 50 Noth ing ought to bo left undone in the effort to apprehend and prosecute the perpe trators of the dastardly deed IN order that son Mr A A Lew- Is of Covington but who was in Ten nessee might attend tho burial of Mrs T Lewis was changed from 3 clock Friday afternoon to 10 A M Sat urday A largo crowd attended tho services at tho lato homo and followed the remains to Buffaloccmctery Rev L M Omer preached a most appropri ate funeral discourse and Death is Only n Dream was beautifully sung by Mesdames J G Carpenter and L B Cook and Messrs J W Ireland and J C McClary There wero a great many oral offerings the grnvo being entirely covered with beautiful flowers SHANKS NOMINATED democrats of Lincoln county in convention assent bled at the court house at 10 oclock yesterday morning nominated Mr Wil- lIam H Shanks for Representative At tho precinct conventions held in tho various precincts Saturday delegates were Instructed to voto for him and tho nomination was meroly formal W S Burch was made chairman and Hon M F North secretary Mr George B Saufloy who always makes a good Iccch nominated Mr Shanks in a handsome effort and his nomination was Bocondcd by Mr J S Owsley Jr A voto was taken and there being no op position Mr Shanks was declared tho of tho democratic party of Lincoln for Representative Mr Shanks is too well known to make comment necessary lIe is an elegant Christian gentleman and tho democrats this county have done themselves credit nominating him That ho will in November there is not even a shadow of doubt In fact we believe the republicans will show their good dgmeut him a clear trackI I Carpets saaastat Our lino of Carpets for the early housoclcanars is very comploto Mat tinge 12o to DOc Ingrain Carpool 2fic to 7Co Brussels Carpets Gia tp 8110 IJrudols folvot anil Arminelor Druggote 0x12 size 81000 to 8245Q Hig lino of 27inch anti iJCiuch Rugs ALL fancy groceries at cost W K Warner Co FOR RENT Cottago on Mill Street J H Baughman Co ELASTIC Carbon Roof Paint guaranteed for five years at Garland Single tonstWB have a splendid lino of fishing tackle and base ball goods Stanford Drug Co Mus OWSLBY HARIVN who was born In Lincoln county in 1812 Is dead at Danville Till quostion of hour is Who will catch the greased pig Attend the rink tonight and you will find out Ilfj TO Cincinnati and return via Queen Crescent Route Sunday April 14th Special train leaves Junction City C AI Opening game Reds vs Pitteburjr NOTICE All those having accounts against tho estate of Isaac Hamilton de ceased will present them to me at once properly proven and verified according to law and I will pay same W D Gooch Admr 2t liON M F NORTH found he was up againstit in Lincoln county and has withdrawn from the legislative con lost leaving W H Shanks a capable young lawyer and a staunch Democrat a clear field This means that Mr Shanks will be nominated and elected and that will mean that Lincoln county will be worthily represented here next winter Frankfort Journal of Friday r A P YOUNG is authority for the statement that tho proposed Graded School District has fully 210000 of taxable property and 114 poles which will produce about 16W with what money the State pays into the public school which will be enough to employ 3 good teachers for 10 months Liberty News Seems to us that with all the valuable timber land around Liberty more than 114 poles can be found Better count em again Mr Young KENTUCKYS Firo Marshal Mr Mott Ayers and his attorney lion Thomas Drewery of Louisville were here Fri day investigating the burning of Alfon zo Richards house near Mt Salem in January After examining a number of witnesses Mr Ayers decided to turn tho matter over to the grand jury Mr A N Wells of the Homo Insurance Co caused the investigation THE Masquerade Rink Friday eve ning was a thoroughly enjoyable affair and there was much speculation as to who some of the maskers were A splendidcrowd was present and nearly every pair of skates in the house were put into use Following is a list of those who were masked and what they represented Misses Emma Hays Sun flower Mary Elizabeth McKinney LIb- erty Stella McClary Night Lucy Pe terson Looking Backward Lyles Coop er Red Cross Nurse Virginia Mahony Red Riding Hood Mattie McClary Col lege Girl Anna D McRobcrts Shaker Elizabeth Baughman Night Lucy Lee Walton INTERIOR JOURNAL Berta Jean Penny wore a fancy costume of beautiful pattern The gentlemen were Grimes Bcazley Santa Claus James Cooper Topsy Harris Coleman American Citizen of African Scent John Downer Soldier George Downer Grandpa Russell Brown Cow Boy Prescott Brown George Washington lays Foster Bull Fighter Claiborne Walton Wild Westerner Robert Waters Buffalo Bill Robert Fenzel Lieu tenant Marshall Stone Private J T Wilkinson Negro Mike Penny Dude Ed Brady Indian Will McCarty School Boy Claude Bibb Minister William Grimes Soldier Charles Downer Coachman The judges were Mesdames Suo Yeager and James G Carpenter and Miss Tevis Carpenter They decided that Robert Waters cos Limo was the most unique as well as tho best and ho was awarded the prize a season ticket to the rink Mr Jno Menefee Jr made tho presentation speech and Mr Waters accepted tho ticket in n brief but well worded talk When tho masks were removed there were many surprises some failing toI recognize their own children with masks on Everything considered it was tho best rink of tho dozen or more that have been enjoyed but tho climax will bo reached tonight when the pig chase will be tho drawing cud Doors open at 715 and skating will begin at 730 Go and spend several hours enjoyably l CABBAGE tomato and other plants for sale Ed Hubbard Stanford FOR SALEFine roller top desk In sections late pattern Call at this of fice No more sodding done after April 15 John Chnatman sexton Buffalo Ceme tery ArravD the sale of Mr John F Cash near Turnersville today lie has lots of valuable things to dispose of TilE will of Mr D M Lipps was probated in the Lincoln county court yesterday His widow qualified as ex ecutrix and guardian This and some routine business is all that was done e SEVERANCE Nannie Sue the nine months old daughter of Mr and Mrs A II Severance of Corbin reported ill in our last issue died Thursday afternoon and was brought hero and in terred Friday morning after short ser vices at the home of Mr Will Severance by Rev W B Yandle Little Nannie Sue had never been strong and little hope of her being raised was en tertained by the fond parents CELEBRATION THE BAPTIST CHURCH IN CRAU ORCHARD The Odd Fellows of Crab Orchard Lodge No 108 will celebrate the 88th anniversary on the night of April 2Cth beginning at 830 oclock Bro William Henry Warren of Barbourvillc who has been twice around thq world will be with us and address the crowd lie can talk Odd Fellowship from experience Come and hear him you will enjoy his talk Do not miss it Invitation extended to all J D Anderson II C White R G Pettus committee Brigham Young I will stand the Nol mule Jack ItrlRlmtn YouiiRnl my plucft on the Hintonvillwroiicl I flues from blnnforcl ut 10 to Intmro u living colt WII MUlirilmunfonl Ky T F cross of Ornu Orchard Ky the well known cmtrntor of horses cattle etc U now ready to serve has old friends and hopes to nuke IlInn new ones H you hnve n horse or iiuileiocusirnU hove ttte work for- Uru and have U done right He also re moves hag novels lit the reasonable price of tlM to IS nil makes n upoclnlty of ca trnt IIIK ItlditlliiR Phone In residence Crab Or chard Kxcbunge BLACK HAWK Coining 5 years old heavy bone hlnck with white 13 annals high will serve leu nctsat1510forjtrkcolts J10U for jennet colt nmres nt FUO to Intuit u living colt Mure purled with forfeits limurnnci ins tim ut law wr month Not responsible for uccldent Rhonld nay occur Cull nnd see my Jocks and their Jack colts as well I can show you what my jack can do as I to on the Missouri JllllnI show you Instead of telling you I will take pleasure In show ing nil mule Jock and Jennet colts- I will also stand my lack Peyton for fUM to Insure a living colt oh sump Wrms its lllnck lluwk Will alto servo a few mores free with my high bred colt Independence Chief II Moreland Ky Morgan Denmark i This noted talllon will make the present sensonat Mll Kuuank stable on tll ljUii caster fi nnnvlllo road Kynt thtulow price of txI to insure n living colt This noted stallion has moro Denmark blood than any living stallion no will bo seen by reading his Morgan Den murk vas sired by the noted stallion On Time wlioae pedigree traces back to Import ttl llcdifcford Denmark dam herds forjnn win one of the best saddle and show mnrvi In Kentucky Hho was sired by Htonowall Jackson whose pedigree truces lack to Imported lledgeford Ior linn 1Itnll1nrkll llId wns by Vlrlnllla ant dnut by Nutchless Hh dnut by Trausby Morgan Jlenlllllrk Is II dark fully hands hIgh and Is heavy built 17111 weigh 130 hounds Mares kept nt roe n weak not responsible for escapes or accidents- JAMtS MeKFeiiNiK Hubble Ky Chester S I The great combined stallion will mnko thto season of at my xtahle mile from Mo pik- eatllutSINHUItaA1IVIN000LT Mono every cone where mare II parted with or bred to unothur tiers- Iibester14IIavery e dark chestnut sorrel old 15 hands n modal to form ttitiyears peed In trot nUll rack right ut Ken los8t that wUIdtrflll st4u chiinicUrloUe the Cluster Diiro finally which the world ncknowlelgs superior to nil as show horse iihesler14hasproven himself a No breeder his colts selling from sau to C 1itnionKK Hired by Chester bore 1st Slid lout by Hippy sired bv MmnhrlnuIdef and duns Vermont Chester B dam wide reputation us n breeder and show muni At same time and place will stand three good mule jacks nt t UU to Insure u living colt Money lu with horse Thesejneks- uevl no advertising In or around McKln 11t Hulltco lilt to say they have proven themselves second to none In the county us brooder their colts selllntf at top prlCIMlind wearing blue titrlulClJAll cure taken to prevent nut rusponxlhle should any occur U 8 BOUUUKU McKlnney Ky 1 Lace Curtains Wo have by far the largest lino of Lace Curtains we have over shown Nottingham Curtains flJc to 8500 Habinut Curtains S 150 to 8050 j Irish I Point Curtains 85 to 8050 Oak Poles White Polos Extension Bracket Door Panels Curtain Swishes Draperies Etc I 1 ++++++i++++ ttH++i4 I t 14+ t+ 4I + IIIt Shoes Oxfords I ofIDeliveries on our Spring stock Shoes have been very slow as on all lines of Spring Merchandise But we are now prepared to show you an al most complete line of footwear for SpringInfants Shoes and Oxfords in plain kid and patent leather and patent with white kid tops at 65 75 85c i and 125 per pair Childrens and Misses Oxfords at 11 125 150 i and 2 pair Ladies Shoes and Oxfords in plain kid and patent leather at 2 225 250 3 and 350I pair We have the Dorothy Walk er Shoe for Children and Misses and t The KrippendorfDittman Shoe for Women We GUARANTEE all Shoes we sell you to give absolutely satisfaction We ask the privilege of showing you our line of Shoes before you buy Thanking you in advance for this fa vor and cordially inviting you to our store we are very respectfully t 1kiL Mo HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House KENTUCKYt II 1 x Mens Oxfordar If you want to see a snappy line of Oxfords drop in and let us show you our Eclipse Line 350 and 400 W E Perkins First NationalOf Stanford Kyi BankCapital Stock 500001 This Institution was originals established u the Deposit Dink of In USB then reorganized as the National Bank of Stanford in 1SBS and again reorganize as the First National hark of in 1682 having had practically an unluter rupted existence for years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In lts long honorable career accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited 11Kentucky Officers J J nOOKKK Preit BT lUnuis V Pre i J J MoROBERTB Cur W n WEARENAsst Obn Directors Y Reid Danville S T Harris Stanford J Docker Stanford C L Tanner UcKtoney M D Elmore Stanford n Baughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jai Roblnsoa hobble J IL Baoghman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford The Interior Journal Enltrtdin the PoitOfficeal Stanford U- NOfmdclau matter t yUHUOUBD TULBIIATB AND FrtrlTI AT 100 PER YEAR CASt When not to paid SSOO will be charge L N TIME TABLE Ko Si South llSl PM No S3 south 1JU v No SI North 43LA Nu22North217 P at JOS S RICE Agon- tNOTICE I the Irlvllrgo of drlnldnTo those desiring nowelllni- wntertlcketsgood Wnler nm for Il0 gliIlOIl of O Water price for tlf gallon These puss ticket price fOW for IWhen the tic parches are for holtlll orto turlllsb hll ownJpurcbaser KM BIMH 1ror PO JIulonvllle Ky A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Buil- dingINSURANCE Life and lire LIghtning thu ST1OOEHT and Accident Heprlenled Lowet 10 iE8T iuyingRea orfllUnequnlled Rates fnnteLwit- hMAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 a J SMITH Is Male and Mutuli My motto ProUts Jlpounds Bmnnlnted lugllr for tl 8c Bofor two S Lcuozl4oapfor1- 0c MalchesordoaCnkeofof Other Ihlngs8 Cakes Toilet Hosp In proportion Como IIIIlI tr haforobuying biking for HlirliiR vinrelsewhere and a tow of old stock left Just hull price GILBERTS CREEK KY y Two Farms For Sale 1 wish to sell pr1 farm of 170 of Lancatellollibe Loingtoupikenitels well IlIIprowd fencedplenty Umber and In good repair of 100 acres- lying unimproved farmAlso an Lexandmidway between Lancaster bllon pikes Good outlet TLIIEItRINOt- arksbuuy fenced Terms reasonable K- yBoone Walls Successors to B D Outer livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Streot STANFORD KT Special Attention Given Commercial Men Good lUgs at Itcasonnble llates Stock Pens In Connections GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU rendymndeclothingwhenther- eNollttladlaerencei made cult and u suit nutde to your meosuro I have handome an experienced tnllorttaken by line of Hpring Rummer goods J low business suit topricecan from a the finest dreii suit Trous ers and Fancy Vests The company I rep resent Is second to none mOItUPLEYHTheTallor JflMES M PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEAIXB ta Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build tiers Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build Jng purposes and do all kinds of con crete work Prices on application e 1tCeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in KarnessSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY 35PJl Beazley Co and Embalm 1Undertakers in Fur They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY iy tr rYerY d Y a FARMERS DEPARTMENT D C Allen bought a lot of hogs in this section at G- cLovollsoldC W to D C Allen the 12 shoats advertised in this paper at Ge James McKechnio sold to Johnson oC Boyle a bunch of 250pound hogs nt 61c bouglIui a n jiui i for 400 FoR SALEOne hundred and fifty bales No1 timothy hay J B Foster Stanford The advertisement of the horses nnd jacks of J K Baughman of Hustor ville will appear Friday Coleman Gentry of Lexington sold to Winston Jones of Mobile Ala a handsome carriage team for 1000 Twenty cars loaded entirely with eggs will be shipped out of Pembrok about April 15 for tho Chicago market Dogs killed four sheep for J Z Spoonamoro some two weeks ago and n few nights since returned and killed oneFour finely bred yearling Jersey bull for sale Colors quality and breeding the best Will be sold cheap for cash F Reid 4t See J D Eads Stanford before contracting your wool Ho Represent the Springfield Woolen Mills Co Spring field Tenn American Wire Fence and nil kind of farming implements lime cement plastering etc for sale Hunn S Coffey Moreland Ky Thomas Nelson Page the famous Southern novelist has embarked in the mule business and will raise fine anl mall on his farm in Virginia ESTRAYA black sow came to mj place about three weeks ago Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep Levi Kelley Huston ville Ben Hardin son of J G Hardin or Monticello and nephew of Mark liar din of this place was married last week to Miss Nell Frances Lindsay of Chattanooga A black muley heifer weighing about 400 pounds came to my place a week ago Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep A J Gooch Mnywood FOR SALEFour Duroc Jersey boars ready for service good ones subject tt register 1250 each for next 10 days Order at once R H Bronaugh Crab Orchard Ky 3t The growing importance of the tobac co industry in the United States is at tested by the estimates of the value pi the crop in 1900 About 796099 acres were grown and the product was valued at about 68232647 STANFORD COURTThere were about 200 cattle on the market yesterday and most of them sold Prices ranged fron 2J to 4c A good many buyers were on hand and the demand for the best grades was good Not many horses and mules changed hands but thoe that did brought satisfactory prices Wild tobacco has been discovered growing luxuriously in the Montezuma valley in Colorado and is pronounced a good grade of the product The farmers of that section thought the tobacco a noxious weed and have been trying to stamp it out Growing oi highgrade tobaccos will be attempted- W H Hank la sold his saddle horse to B G Fox of Danville for 175 J W Allen bought a car load of hogs from Dunnville Phil and Boyle parties at 5 to 5Jc F P Combest sold J W Allen 8 yearlings at 23 and 4 calves at 18 75 George Tate sold Dr Taylor- a pair of mules for 4450Liberty NewsConditions in Trigg nnd Caldwell counties are said to bordering oh anarchy as a result of the fight between the tobacco growers who are members of the association and those who are not A large number of plant beds have been destroyed and it is that the nonassoclation rowers are retaliating on association planters A TellsHow to Relieve Rheumatic Pains I have been a very great sufferer from the dreadfuldlsoa rhoifliiaUsm for a number 6f years I have triM any medicines but never got much chief frtfin any of them until two years ngo When I bought a bottlo of Cham erlalus Pain Balm I found relief store I had used all of one bottlo but kopt on applying it and soon full like a llTerent woman Through my dvlco many of my friends have tried It and can tellyou how yonderfullylt hus worked Mrs Sarah A Colo 140 S Now St Dover Dol Chamber alns Pain Balm is a liniment The rollof from pain which is lone worth many times Its cost It takes rest and sleep possible For 9ale by all druggists CharIer dear said young Mrs do they call racing calculations dope I thought that was a tang name for a drug Youre right was the answer They call it that because all it gen rally gets you is a pleasant dream and a rude awkening Washington Star Gentle and Effective A wellknown Manitoba editor writes As an inside worker I find hatnberlains Stomach nnd Liver ablets Invaluable for tho touches of illousness natural to sedentary life their action being gentlp and effective tearing the digestive tract and the eadt Price 23 cents Samples free at aU druggists t1 One day the office boy went to he editor of the Soaring Eagle and said There is a tramp nt the door and he says he has had nothing to eat for six him in said tho editor I- wo can find out how he docs it wo cnn run this paper for another week Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis an those who are habitually constipated Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cure chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of tho bowels Orlm Laxative Fruit Syrup docs not nau scale or gripe and Is mild and pleas tint to take Refuse substitutes U L Penny Good fortune liko troubles does not come singly at least sometimes A North Carolina planters wifo gave birth to twins his Jersey cow to twins and his thoroughbred mare also twins all the same day r This May Interest You No oqo is immune from Kidney trou ble so just remember that Foloya Kidney Cure will stop the Irregulari ties and euro any case of kldn6n1ll1 bladder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of medicine O L Penny Temperance forces are trying to get the saloons out of Aberdeen 0 acrosa the river from Maysville on account of the hope that saloons will be closed in the latttcr oi- lyPence Jr IVnce Jr wllLytnko tliBMmon of IUI7 nt lucre 3 mllo tnt of llrodlimid nail miles North of Mt Vernon nt in to in- urn n living colt If mitre U traded or part itl with the upason monuy liocumes due Thin excellent stnlllon Is tho property of Mr John Z Hpoonnmore of Lincoln count ivnce Jr bay stallion I years old full it liniulii high good type nnd action fence he lly Itlenxl he by lItlmOllllbe by- AlexnudarAtlnllah h by Mniout KorrostIiul dam by InrnirU Chief trd ilmn by IIr 4th ilam by topper Ixntoin lencuJrshi ilmn by Kd liar lowsW l yCaHtelnr Ill he II olunUer U Kd llitrlows lit lnm by Woburn 2nd ilnin by n Mninbrluo horn 3rd dntu by Miiiulirlno Mc tnior Pence Jr811 ilnni by dlim Vermont Mares grazed nt UIYI per month nut ro iponslble for accIdent or tscun should any occur It U HMITII limit Ky CHESTER JEWEL My stallion Chester Jewel will make the season of 1007 nt my stable 4 miles West of Crab Orchard nt mouth of Cedar Creek nt 815 to in sure a living colt If mare is traded or parted with the season money becomes du- ePIututtmBy Chester Dare 1st dam by Second Jewel the data of a mare which sold for 5000 2nd lain by Holmes Drennon 3rd darn tuna Bufonl by Montie 4th data Itcula by Boston 5th dam by Epsilon 6th dam by Old Denmark race horse i ColycrMarcs 250 per month all bills paid before removal of mares not responsible for accidents or es rapes JOHN V HOLMUS Crab Orchard JCy Ogdensburg 8787Record SiWiS Trlnl 222 fly Mnmbrllio llIlclwlI wIll iiinko the sen on of IvUTnt my fire ut I TO INHlHK Lt VINU rULT Ha Is it title Individual nni hiiftnbuiidnntntyle spleen acid action lit hits proven himself n great brumler his colti IwltiK the kind that sell rendlly for big price a Tile line Hllas Anderson nine year old will also utiko the HOIKOU of nt my dace on Iho Htiinfonl A nachers live miles from Htnnfonl at JS Tt- 1NHtiItl A 4lVINi tnlT When man In trndtd or rvinowtl from neighborhood without sntlsfylnit mo she is not IlIlonl the heuMin Is nnd money Ixuonies due JOHN UAHIFnsoB Ii inudKy J K BAUGHMAN llliiok Jack with white points by Turk liiKton NiiMlouiilo lmmUiiiullitiruvoii n iircnt biviHlerof auger mult will stung lit 110JOHN setter known as tho Main Cochrnn Jack with white MtlnU II Immli Ho known by nil who Inivu niUtil ii lid liiuullitl liU mule for till extra brinMlug Hi will stead nt JS MENEFEE rllntofBtnml nt IT Mqnev duo xvlion colt U tOll or mnro traded or imrtttl wlthor bred toulhor5hltk- llInl un tU at IS per month Inro tnk n to prevent norltlontii but not r pon ltiU should any occur Max this took nod their colts boforti you bred It O 1KTTUM Prcnvlienvlllo Ky KING EAGLE ISO SM Vol It A H U King Ingle U ld hniuU liltfhilnrk taffy with nmiit niul null IIII the gulls with plenty of peed style mid net lon- IaitlaHHaHlrel liy lloynl King SMS lie h On Tim 7 ht by Htoiifwiill JiiokKo- nI Itoynl KliiRn Ut iliini Mollln Mounts tVl Will by tha noted sire eahl ell Lxltat- on K H KliiK KfiNlvMlildnm hip she II HlnV tail he Old Ingl- erftlldnntbyRalIJotSnldntt by IliirrU IVmimrk lipliv lIlhrl i lib lam by Jim Itvll thoroughlinthN- OTT Klnc Eagle Is n combined ttnlllon breeder or line colonel anti high styled poll Ion Ills voltwlllehiiwforlht0selvrs Ile will ninkv the present tisi on of lIatiirtul liMvontm one hnlf mIlt west 01 tllanlord tin MIIv l lknt tin In- wllrleol lUTUlNHrilk A IlVlMiroljT Will nlMistnnd the stvnt HillyHKNK Mrwl the grant home lrnt drain by lilt Imp John Wells Sml ilnni IJwcliM Jim K tn h IWi build hlKh lilnuk with white iolnta grant mule Jnrk Mm KVvni will TVI roans nt tie TO IN SlllK A LIVING lolT ASHLAND BROOK INo oAI Vol IT AT II U broil bv 111 Ituek cr IvorRetiiwii Ky AHlILANIi IIIIOUK wns fouled hurt tolld Imy with left hind fowl white stniidA 15 i hand high IKltinuisi Hlml h Hllent Brook No llrnc record e sire of Mpircnrwt tildeIhitliKntcSillM llrook 2tt1F IM Iv Hellbrooktl74 Jennie limo 11211 Klllntt Wlone SI ljy llrook 12t IiiIIltlll1ullnlnK Ilroak2 51 Hllent Ilrnok h1 sire of iiirehllght- lat0 irrlghtllahtSMtH nnd Vnlpit IIhirkiilRlitslrttl by Air No SK nfonl 127 Ashland Ilrooki let dam Iluta wnm- iy Ashlnnd Wllkes awl n MellteToler Irflof John IL entry tat KKJJ Ashland AVIIktii sired Ky lied Wllkm fw he h Uorc Wllken Jnd dam Hide Lilly by Iretendrr fur 3rd dart by Jim ilonrotKt NOTK Ashland llrook ls n handsome tai ow with lots of sulntiince has H hold way wlllilohofsp d stylo and acllon Miceli nhould lire MIIIIU very htah ela loroes Ashland llrook 11Ir1 nfewtut lile mnnlhh season nt J15 Tu 1 LI1INOVOLTWiII the rent molt and JPlljut nek HILLY KKKNKnl for mares null TO INHITUB A LIVING FLTilllly Keats was IlrOlI by Tom Keene lot lam h the Imp Ililermo IlId lam by Levl IInllhies 1rlnee the sire of JIM l1Iulkhllrll und Hrlunolln Keene land full Id hnmU black will white olntu and as II breeder Is unsurimsieil ns mile or lennet Jack his rolls always brine lilt the highest prlcw Marts trndnlwirt d with orbml elsewhere forfeits the Imtir nice nnd money Income due nt the thou of lueli transaction Fur further mrtlrulara mil on or address HT IIAltHIHA HOHT WOOHH Phone n HI nn 3 Htnnfonl Ky Cure Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Ienlucky HAS A Capital 5000000 Surplus Undivided Profits 2500000 Individual Deposits 24000000 Available for use of its Patrons 31500000 Screen Doors- Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Garden Tools Garden Seeds Plow Gear c at Bottom Prices at Geo De Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware and Groceries I t Main Street STANFORD KY Musical Instruments lifting imrclinseil the business of J IJ Finlay wo eau furnish you with everything in tho mus ical line Graphoplionos nil prices String Instruments all kinds Sheet Mtnic Records Etc Pianos mid Pianolas of the best makes HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY The Nn Opportunity of a Life Time 1 95000 acres in the Garden Spot of the World is now being opened up to the American People DR CHAS F SIMMONS Atascosa County Texas Ranch now on the Market Opportunities like this seldom occur 210 payable 10 per month without inter est buys two lots for a home or business in 4 town and a farm offrom a loacrc truck farm J to a 64oacrc farm in balmy South Texas 1 President Roosevelt TEXAS 13 THE THE taldIInvestigation will show that t1ls 95000 acres comurlsoR one of tho finest boUlta of Agricultural nfl Truck Farming land In the state couimonci s about 30 entireI south of San Antonio and Mlles south of 1leasanton the count seat of Atascosa County and ex touUIuj through Atascoaa and a par of McMullen Counties to within 17 miles of my 00000acro Llvo Oal County Uanch which I In four month last year void to 4000 Homo Seekers on liberal tonne without interest 01 deferred payments which gloat tin poor man from his savings a chance to secure a good farm and Town lot for Ids homo In town I will donah and turn over to throe bonded Trus teos 250000 from tile proceeds of tho solo of this property to the pur chasers as a bonus to tho first rail road built through this property ot tho lino which I shall designate This property Is located on thai middle plain botwcvn Hast Texas whoro It rains too much and tho ark section ft West Texas where It dos not rain enough Its proximity to San Antonio the largest city in tho State with a claimed population ol over 100000 enhances its value as n market for Agricultural and Truck farm product far beyond the value of similar land not so favorably loonted- Typography Level to slightly rolling Large broad rich valleys encircled by ole vatlons suitable for homw 90 imt cent floo farming lund balance pas tore Ash landIOak Moftqults Pecan abundant for shade fonclni and woodIAbout 00 Per cent rich dark sandy loam balance chocolate or rod sandy loam usually preferred by local farmers and each with soil averaging from 2 to 4 feet drop with clay sub soil which holds Climate water Mild balmy healthy practically free from malaria few frosts no snow 110 hard freezes continuous sea breeze moderates extremes of heat and cold producing warm winters and cool summers Average temper ature about 62 degrees Rainfall From the Government record It is safe to ossunip that tho rainfall on tills property been fully 36 Inches per year which Is more than auras of tho old States have had and Is plentiful for ordinary crops properly cultivated and for Ors Growing Improvements and Water This property Is fenced and cross fenced In many urge and small has tutus with four barbed wires with posts about 12 foot apart Also nl number of fine shallow wolls Also a number of fine Lakes and a number of fine flowing Artesian Wolls whose crystal streams flow for miles and tulles down those creeks whose broad rich volleys ir rlgablo front these continuously flow Jns streams make it the Ideal place for the Markolrag Gnrdonor who dl sires to raise from two to three crops of marketable produce on the same ground every year Farming and Truck Farming Seasons never end This land Is adapted to profitable culture of Beans Cabbage Celery uec1Carrotter Plant Ioaa Raspberries Turnips Apricots Cantaloupes Gropes Irish Potatoes Olives Sweet Potatoes Bananas Dates English Walnuts Figs Morons Peanuts Barley Blackberries Broom Corn Ltfmona Plums Tobac co Alfalfa Rye Oranges Peaches Pecans Corn Cotton Oats Wheat Apples Pours Page G3 of the book entitled Beau tiful San Antonio officially Issued by the Business Mons Club of San Antonio dated May 190C snIt It is readily conceded by nil thoso who know anything about Texas that tho most prolific agricultural section Is that which recognizes San Antonio as its logical comer particularly that portion directly south of San An tonlo with the Gulf of Mexico border ing on tho southeast and the Rio Grande bordering on the south and west Within tho last four or five years in the territory named special at tention has been given to growing vegetables they maturing at a time when they secure tho maximum prices on Northern markets which markets they virtually InVode without a com po Tho profit In growing vegetables in this territory will bo soon by an examination of tho following figures secured from reliable sources showingNet Earnings Per Acre Watermelons from 75 to 200 Cantaloupes from 1000 to 7500 Cabbage from 12500 to 22500 Cauliflower from 7500 to 20000 Beans and Peas from 10000 to 12500 Tomatoes from 12500 to 10000 Potatoes from COOO to 1COOO Onions front 15000 to 80000 Tabasco Peppers front 50000 to 90000 tier acre Tho Chicago UecorO Herald published tho following Individual ex f periences in South Texas Men who came hero with 500 and ludoprudentlyA young man who camo to this country for his health bought IS acres and la one year cleared over 0000 from It which was 33333 per acreAnother man C3 years old from 70 acres sold 5000 worth of produce from which he realized C32D per acre and then raised a CottonIcrop on part of It which 35 per acre which made tho same land nut him 982j acre for that yearrAnother man from 80 acres In 190 realised as follows Front Onions 222091 from Cotton 1800 ZOO bushels Corn 13 tons Hay COOO pounds Sweet Potatoes Another made 32vO from fire i acres of early Cabbage which was 410 per acre and grow a second crop of Corn and Peas On tho same ground that year Another realized 27000 from 90 car toads of Cabbage averaging 300 per car which was 20709 from each of tho 130 acres ho had planted Another netted above all expenses 00 par acre un Potatoes and planted tho saute ground in Cotton that year i from which lie roallaul 31i per acre which made that ground yield him 195 per acre- Another realised 38066 train 230 sores In Melons which was 14333 p per aerM Another netted 1000 from 35 sera in Onions which W1SGOO per aero Another uetto l I11 Iii or 7925 pr acre from nine cuttings of 220 aerorin Alfalfa which yielded In one year 2475 tons nod sold at 11 per ton Another received 000 from onn sore In Cauliflower sown in July transplanted in August and marketed In December Tho same authority quotes tho following statement front tho lion Jo toph Dally of Chlllicotho who owns thousands of acres in tho Illi nois Corn Bolt Ho says I am one of tho heaviest taxpayers an farm lands In Mason and Tazowoll Counties Illinois nnd I have been Familiar with the conditions around San Antonio for 12 yours Any thrifty farmer can get rich and make noro money off of this cheap land j tore for acre than any laud in tho itato of Illinois that soils from 150 to 225 per acre Cons to the land Of beautiful sun ihlno and almost perpetual harvest Whore tho people art prosperous nippy and contented Whoro the flowers bloom ten nonths In tho year Where the farmers and gardeners whose seasons never end cat homo crown Juno vegetables in January cud bask in midwinters balmy air md glorious sunshine Whore tho laud yield Is unormous ind the prlcoa remunerative Whore something can bo planted md harvested very mouth in tho ear Whoro tho climate In so mild that the Northern farmer hero saves pray ically all his funl bills and three burths this cost of clothing hla family In the North Where tho country is advancing md property values rapidly Incroas ins Whore all stock without any feed atton winter and summer on the na lye grasses and brush Whoro tho same land yields the j lUbstantluls of the temperate and the luxurIes of tho tropic zones Where tho farmer does not have to work hard six months In tho year to also feed to keep his stock from lying during tho winter as they do- a the North and Northwest Where there are no aristocrats and I icoplo do not have to work hard to have plenty and go in the best iloty Whero tho natives work loss and iavo more to show for what they doIhan in any country in the UnitedlItatos Whore houses barns nnd fences cnn be built for less than half the ost in tho North Whoro sunstrokes and heat pros rations are unknown Whore sufferers with Asthma tronchltls Catarrh Tiny Fever and ihroat Troubles find relief Where surrounded by fruits and egotablos which upon every month In tho year tho living is hotter and loss expensive than in the North Where tho water is pure soft and lontlful Whore tho taxes aro BO low that ho amount is novor missed Whore Public nnd Private Schools md Churches of all denominations nre plentiful Whore piftaco plenty and good will irevall Where It is so healthy that there nro tow physicians and most of them to make a living supplement their borne from other business 1000 Reward will be paid to any one proving that 4 any statement in this advertisement is not true C F SIMMONS 215 Alamo Plaza San Antonio Texas L R Hughes of Stanford has charge of this business in Lincoln Co and those wishing to invest can see or write to him at Stanford Ky