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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE INTERIOP JOURNAL tIIVOL XXXVSTANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 12 1907 NO 73 Jamestown Exposition Roast Onu of tho most delightful of tho smaller functions of tho Expositions an oyster roast given by a number or i Expoeltlon employes Sunday night with Col C A Wood chief inspector of admissions and R M Newland ticket custodian as tho guests of hono There was no end of blvalve and end of pleasure Tho occasion was one of the many in which tho subolficia of tho great fair havo participated and has been pronounced as probably tho mOlt enjoyablo Tho hosts of tho day were the ticket Boilers gatcfnen and t inspectors and included the following 0 M Bailey C S Giles S P Hlnkl T II Smith S E Patton II Pedal L Arnold J H Chamberland M R Woodard E 0 Ward and H McAi a inchMr Icdcn was called upon for an expression of the sentiment of the boys toward the guests of the evening and Bald There Is no doubt that you are all as greatly surprised as tho speaker Is himself in mo appearing before this small yet intelligent audience to mako n speech and if I should attempt to make a speech on this occasion or any other we certainly would mistake brASs for brains Indeed if you will beor with me for a leer brief moments thoro is no doubt but tho display of my Ignorance may amuse you to some extent after partaking of this delicious supper so freely I do not feel able physical to make a speech and never was ablo mentally so do not expect much and you will not bo sadly disappointed And if now I should attempt to mako a speech it would bo simply awful simple Now In behalf of our two distinguished friends whose ability wo aU admire and whoso ways wo havo all f learned to love long ago the spcakc wishes to give a brief illustration One as you would chanco to gaze upon tho magnificent Star Spangled Banner you J would only see set in that field ot blue 13 stars representing tho 13 orig- Inal Colonies Sinco then we have advanced rapidly advanced step by step adding many new States to our Union And today when you chance to gaze upon that beautiful emblem of liberty that magnificent Star Spangled Banner which waves proudly dor ui you will see let In that field of blue 47 gilt tcring stars spreading forth their ras of light representing the greatest and most powerful and enlightened nation upon the face of Gods Green Foot Stool and we have dot reached the zenith of our grcatncs you And it is with great pleasure and prido that wo guzo upon that bcautifu emblem of liberty AS itunfolds its beau ty pride grandeur and glory In thi breeze And it Is with no lUll pride and pleasure that we are hero in honor of our two chiefs who hove worked in har mony and peace and who have guides the helm of State so well on tho man days of tho tempest tossed sea of strife at tho Jamestown Exposition And we have to say it is with the deepest heart felt regrets that wa realize the sad fart hat our esteemed friend Mr Newland is about to take his depart uro and it Is sadder still when wo real- Ize wo all soon must part and now Mr Newland speaking earnestly and sin cerely In behalf of each ono hero assembled it Is tho earnest wish that peace prosperity and happiness maybe over with you in whatever vocation of lifo you may follow Now we only look to our dear chief whoso head is covered with snow white locks of honor and respect and who is endowed with a heavy born mental faculty and has it highly cultivated to lead us on to the close tho Exposi tion and wo know that ho Is ablo and capably at doing this if ho has not eat en too oysters on this occasion Rcpsectfully MCANINCII naConstipatlan Fur yours I was troubled with bil lousness and constipation which made life miserable for me My appetite rfailed mo I lost my usual force and Pepsin preparations and ca thartics only mado matters worso I do not know whore I should havo been today had I not tried Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Tho tab lets relievo the tooling at once strengthen tho digestive functions helping the system to do Its work na- turallyMrs Rosa Potts Birming ham Ala Those tablets are for sale b all druggists a Seven armed boridltd blew tho safe In the Interstate Bank ntCunova S D and secured 6600 They made their escape A Good Liniment When you need a good reliable lln Itnent try Chamberlains Pain Balm It has no superior for sprains and swellings Ji piece of flannel slightly dampened with Pain Balm is superior tp a plaster for lame back or pains in tho sldo or chest It also relieves b l rheumatic pains and makes sloop and resl possible Forsalo by all Drug gists I Augustus E Willson Augustus E Willson Kentuckys republican governorelect was born In Maysvllle Oct 13 1847 Ho is u son of the late Hiram Willson and Ann Co vin Ennis Both parents were of New England origin tho father having been born in Windsor Vt and the mother in Westerly R I They settled In Maysvilic in the 30s Mr WIllsc received his early education in tho Alfred Academy in Western New Yorl and after a preparatory course entered Harvard University He is a gradual of the university and of Harvard Law School class of C9 Immediately after leaving college ho came to Louisvll and entered the law office of Judfj John M Harlan now Justice oftho Supreme Court of tho United State For many years ho was Justice liar Una law partner and was associate with him in many prominent legal cases Since Justice Harlan has been In Washington Mr Willson has practice almost exclusively in tho United State court Recently he formed a law part nership with Judge William G Dcarin and Arthur E Hopkins The firm occupies a suite of handsome offices on tho seventh floor of the no WPaul Jones buildingMr has always been an ear nest republican as ho said in his campaign speeches I hollered for Fre mont In GL In many Kentucky and national political campaigns ho has been prominent Ho took the slump for Judge Harlan in the latter race for the governorship and years later in the Harrison McKinley and Roosevelt political campaigns He was nominated and defeated three times for Congress in tho Louisville district in tho years 1884 1888 and 1002 then hopeless democratic and succeeded in cutting down the democratic majority earl time In 18SG ho was nominated for Congress and was elected by a majority of 67 votes but was counted out by a chango of ballots In ono precinct in the lour ward and at Fishcrvillc which gave his opponent a majority of 142 In 1887 Mr Willson married Miss Ma ry Ekln daughter of Gen James A Ekln of Louisville Mr and Mrs Wll son have no children one a boy haying died in infancy Mr Willson was a delegate to the National Conventions of 1884 1888 1891 and 1904 Ho is tho first Harvard gov earner of Kentucky Louisville Herald When tho stomach heart or kldncj nerves get weak then these organs al ways fall Dont drug tho stomach nor stimulate the heart or kidneys That Is simply a makeshift Got a prescription known to druggists ov urywhcro as Dr Shoops restorative Tho restorative is prepared expressly for these weak Insldo nerves Strengthen these nerves build them uj with Dr Shoops restorative tablet or liquid and seo how quickly helll will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine WIs Your health is surely worth this silO pie tost Pennys Drug Store CHURCH MATTERS Rev W R Ivey pastor of the First Baptist church at Moysville has tendered his resignation A protracted meeting is In progress it the Methodist church Services every day at 230 r M and 7 P M The ladies will hold services Tuesday Thursday and Friday at 230 P at and on Wednesday night thero will be an open session of the W F M S and W II- M S All men in Stanford and com lunity are especially invited to these services Childrens jubilee Saturday at 230 PM Tho protracted meeting will continue over Sunday and on definitely A Methodist Minister Recom mends Chamberlains Cough Remedy We have used Chamberlains Cough lemcdy in our home for seven years and It lias always proven to be a table remedy We havo found thatit would do more than tho manufacturers claim for it It Is especially good for croup and whooping coughIlev- as A Louis pastor Mllaca Minn M E church Chamberlains Cough remedy Is sold by all Druggists At tho Baptist church last Sunday lorning Pastor Roddy made up a subscription of 1500 toward paying the lurch debt in three minutes He could have gotten 1000 more probably but did not call for any subscription lesa than 60 leaving that for another time He expects to raiso the 3200 within the next few days and wipe out tho entire debt on tho handsome church roperty Harrodaburpf Democrat v Chapped hands are quickly cured by applying Chamberlains Salvo Prlco 250 For salo by all druggists Robert Marr was run over and killed by the wagon ho was driving near ickman NEWS NOTES The Swift Packing Companys plant at South Omaha Neb was the scene of a destructive fire- AtdheNewport News shipyard work was begun on tho laying of the keel or the 20000ton battleship Delaware- In tho United States District Court at Los Angeles Cal Judge Olin Wel burn fined tho Santa Fe Railway Com pany 330000 for rebating Ten men are reported to have becn killed in a powder explosion near Ne cczari Ariz The most of the victims are said to havo been Mexicans Tho building occupied by thq Joseph Goddard wholesale grocery store t Muncie Ind was destroyed by fire Tho loss is estimated at about 200 000Six men who were discovered in tho act of robbing tho Deposit BankI at Florence Ky made their escape in an automobile without carrying away any men were burned to death and several injured in a fire which destroyed a large wholesale grocery at Charleston W Va The property loss Is 200000A in Fleming county awarded 0 B Ingram 4000 for injuries sustained to his feet while working on a scaffold on tho Co F A railroad at Flcmingsburg Six children were bitten by a mad dog at Owensboro and the animal then attacked a policeman who shot and killed It None of the wounded is seriously injured In Chicago Judge Ball set November 25 as tho date for hearing argument affecting tho voting of 5500 shares ot tho stock of tho Illinois Central rail road held by tho Mutual Life Insuranc Company of New York Mrs J Carter Wright wife of n prominent resident of Mobile Ala was killed by tho accidental discharge of a revolver A Negro laborer threw his coat containing the revolver on a gal lery and the weapon exploded Tho Left Fork Coal Co a concert that owns 500 acres of coal land on Lef Fork of Straight Creek three mile from 1ineville sold out to the Whit field Bros of Alabama for 65000 They had only begun to prepare for op orationThe N railroad is contemplating tho construction of a track from Alice ton Boyle county to Springfield Washington county Tho survey has been completed and tho right of way secured but it is not known when the work will begin Tho steamer Lusitania arrived at Sandy Hook breaking her own worlds record and bringing 10000000 in gold for the relief of the New York money market Tho Westbound trip was made approximately in four days 19 hours nnd 10 minutes beating her previous record about 40 minutes Three members of tho Fiscal court ol Owen county and four members of Ue grand jury aro in jail at Owenton The rand jury returned indictments against W P Swope T A Alexander and J IV Gayle charging them with embezzlement F C Greene Commonwealths attorney moved the dismissal or these indictments and the court sus wined his motion He then filed Information against W P Yancey county judge and W E King and Otho Prath er magistrates charging them with ampering with a grand jury Greene also flied information against J H Jlifton J L Hudson W P Stafford and T R Stafford members of the rand jury charging them with giving out information regarding what took place in the jury room All of the seven men were arrested and in default of bait were sent to jail He Fought at Gettysburg David Parker of Fayetto NY who lost a foot at Gettysburg writes Electric Bitters havo done me more goood than any medicine I ever took l or several years I had stomach trouble and paid out much mOne- tor medicine to little purpose until I began taking Electric Bitters I would not tako 500 for what they have dono for me Grand tonic for tho agpd and for female weaknesses Great al ratlve and body builder sure euro for lame back and weak kidneys uaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 6Oc r HUSTONVILLE Joo B end Jas Williams are in Tennessee on business Dr Alcorn was called to Lexington twice and Louisville once last week on professional business The ladies of the Baptist church aro earnestly requested to meet at Mrs Bailey Hills residence Thursday at 2 oclock We have secured the agency for rlno Laiatlve Fruit Syrup the new xative that makes tho liver lively purifies the breath cures headache and regulates the digestive organs Cures chronlo constipation Ask us about ItOLPenny Memorial of Judge R C Warre The bar of Stanford met in thecou house yesterday morning and after choosing Judge W C Bell chairman the memorial below was presented and passed Tho durt house was well filled and every member of the Stimfo bar was present Those whopaid tributes to the honored dead were Judges J W Alcorn M C Sauflev Col T P Hill Hons J N Saunders J B Paxton Judge J S Owsley Jc lion Harvey Helm Commonwealths Attorney C A Hardln and Judge W C Dell All of tho talks were good and much feeling was evidenced It was a solemn occasion and the many who were present seemingly realized it Thw members of the bar and the other oflhera of the Lincoln circuit court being desirous of placing on record a tribute to the memory of their deceased friend and associate Judgo Richer C Warren do respectfully request that the court cause to be entered on Its records this as an expression of their estimation of the man Richard Crutchfield Warren a son or J F and Maria Crutchfield Warren was born on the fourth day of Apri 1841 in what was then a part of Lincoln county Kentucky but which was on tho formation of Boyle county Kentucky included in that county He re ceived his academic education in Center College and graduated therefrom In June 1862 After a time devoted to teaching in tho Preparatory Department of the College he became a student in the Law Department of the tho University of Louisville and in March 18CC received from that Institution a diploma with the degree or Bachelor of Law Within a few week thereafter ho located in Stanford and engaged in his chosen calling of the practice of law and was admitted by this court as a member of its bar In August 1870 he was elected for the term of four years to the office of county attorney for Lincoln county He served in that office for the full term of four years In 1880 he was elected for the tern of six years to the office of Common wealths Attorney for the Eighth Jud clot District of Kentucky of which Lincoln county was then a part That of Ice he filled for the full term In 1889 tie was elected as the Representative of Lincoln county in tho General As sembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and served for the term In 1891 be was appointed Master Commissioner or the Lincoln Circuit Court and hell that office 11 years In 1905 he was elected to the office or Judge of the Lincoln County Court and was an incumbent of that office at the- time of his death which was on Noy 1st 1907 This epitome of some of his connections with the public affairs of tho county shows in itself tho place he held ir the hearts of the people of this county He was married on the 9th day of January 1872 to Miss Charlotte L Duncan and is survived by her and five laughters and one son His wife was a devoted helpmeet and their children ire worthy of their parentage Ho was fondly esteemed by those vho knew him trusted by those who favo him places of trust loved by his friends adored by the wire he married ind the children he nurtured His final cave has left an empty space lie will be remembered His name will be ro called by young men of today long af er they shall have passed Into tho yel ow leaf and it will bo mentioned re pectfully and tenderly lie was a just man sincere in his at achments warm in his friendships 110 was without guile innocent of deceit devoid of duplicity Ho was artless and confiding despised shams hypocrisy and fraud He was strong in rental convictions conservative in judgment and unmovable from moral rinciple He was of course not perfect but rhatever may havo been his imperfections they wero almosj entirely hidden by his kindlycourtesy unwearied patience and charity toward his fellowman Truly has Lincoln county lost a most excellent public servant and the community a citizen full worthy of tho honors bestowed upon him They request that a certified copy be- sent to of tho decedent P M McRoberts M C Saufley J- W Alcorn Committee A Hard Debt to Pay- I owe a debt 6f gratitude that can- never be paid off1 writes G S Clark of Westflold JOvalIfor my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Discovery Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed imminent when I commenced taking New DIs covery The ominous dry hacking cough quit before tho first bottle was used and two more bottles made a complete cure Nothing has ever equaled New Discovery for coughs colds and all throat and lung complaints Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storo500 and II Trial bottle free Jut RGGGIV6U One gross each of Silver Plated Knives and Forks warranted 16 dwt Knives have scimiter and sway ed blade If in need of a serviceable and graceful Knife and Fork dont fail to see them W H Muellers STANFORD KY SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Cups La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc SausageSeasoning Hog Box Bottoms Meat Cutters and Sausage Stuffers Raisins Currants Dates Prunes ShelledJAltuoads Evaporated Apples and Peaches at W H HIGGINSSta- nford Kentucky Books Wall Paper 1FoorW B McRobexts 1STANFORD PEBSOH AL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded yi The Interior Journal m Co WALTON = JOHN J MOSER JI a candidate for Jailer of Uncolncpnnl abject to the action of party M BRUCE candidate for Jailer of ounty Ii R of the emucratlo eubJeot to the party JAMES Co HAYS Ie a cnmlhlnto for JallU dl tbuDemocmtlo county sablect to tho action of party D C ALLEN Ie a candidate ubJect to the ncllunof of tlio Uncoln Democrat oun- ty party IF Gov Beckham is not the dome t cratic nominee forU S Senator Judg j Hager and the rest of those who were nominated by the primary of Noverc ber 1906 were not the party nominees Nobody questioned them why question the governors nomination Demo crats of the right stripe support dcrr ocratic nominees and the Senator or Representative who does not vote for Gov Beckham is a bolter pure and sin pie We put little or no credence in the talk of certain party men refusing to vote for the governor and the rot the bolting CourierJournal is sending out is absolutely sickening That paper hatred for Gov Beckham who made it impossible for Iron Henry Wattersoi to get the nomination for governor is shown in its every utterance and its fight on him and the lack of support it gave Judge Hager together with its bolt of Bryan will make democrats the more anxious to carry their point and rebuke the hybrid sheet Lincoln is an county we think and that It- t Iaveragewas hottest McCreary county in the State with the exception of Madison Senator McCrearys home we know t It also a county and since Gov BeckhamWI nominated the sa loons have closed But even under these circumstances nobody is serious t talking about defeating him for the of fice he seeks except the republicans whose dislike for him should make demo ocrats love him the more It is true Gov Beckham has a number of enemies in his own party in Lincoln but ever they would put no obstacle in his way Our democrats arc democrats fron principle and can hate a nominee and vote for him with the best of grace We believe the governor will make his calling and election sure but realize that he has something of a fight on his hands He is a natural born fighter however and is fully equal to the occa lionTo SENATOR MCCREARY While the CourierJournal responsive to the per sonal and political disappointment of Mr Haldeman and Mr Watt rson is endeavoring to stir up democratic op- positionv to Gov Beckham as a candi fdatefor the Senate and is hunting foi some excuse to release democratic members of the General Assembly from obeying the mandate of a full fair free primary election in which the de mocracy of Kentucky designated iU preference for Gov Beckham as United States Senator you Senator Mc Creary the defeated candidate whose one word could silence such treacherous party perfidy and make honest men ashamed speak not Mr McCreary 1thedemocracy of Kentucky that honored you with the governorship with a seat in Congress and elevated you to the Senate of the United States stands appalled at your silence You are an honorable man justly honored of and by Kentucky It behooves you to speak and to speak in no uncertain tones As your personal and political friend we urge you to denounce the base treach ery that is being hatched Unless you do your own skirts will bo besmeared with the filth off dirty political mar- plots OUT of 531 death claims amounting to 141947050 paid by the New York Life in the single month of Sep tember only one death was due to old age In the same month in which the man died from senile heart trouble others insured in the company died from the following causes From con sumption 70 pneumonia 26 typhoid fever 21 Brights disease 44 accidents C9 apoplexy 28 appendicitis 18 cancer and tumors 24 paralysis 23 liver disease 12- JUDGE HAGER made a manly a brave Itand a most creditable convass He did duty nobly and well That he was defeated is no fault of his own for he is clean honest and incorruptible He goes down in defeat carrying with him the love and respect of every one who knows him and with a cansciousnesa of duty well performed He would have madb an ideal business Governor Ho will continue tojbe an ideal Democratic gentleman and a citizen without rev proach TilE State Journal of Frankfort was seven years old Friday It is about the liveliest youngster in Kentucky and as Judge Charles R McDowell of Danville eays the only democratic dally under any and all circumstances in the State May it live long and its fight for democracy and mankind It s i J 1 GEORGE A NEWMAN JR the editor and publisher of the Louisville Heral will receive the first appointment at the hands ofJGovelcct He will be commissioned the first Colo app on the Governors staff and the Chief of the Staff Mr Newman de serves the honor If he gets to bo as old as Methuselah and prays continuou ly until death comes he will not get for giveness for all the lies ho printed on the democratic party in the campaign which ended a week ago today Tills is theway the Somersetftepub can apologizes for the splendid race Na pier Adams who was elected Clerk of the Court ofAppeals made in Pulasl notwithstanding that paperS fight on- him We presume that some democrats thought it would have been too great a shock for the State of Kentucky to haveelected a whole set of officers that stand for an honest ballot and a fair count and hence they checkmated a move made to that end by republicans and voted for Goebelized republicans JUDGE JOIIND CARROLLS appcllat district went 3340 democratic in tho governors race It was first reported to have gone republican Clay Owsle Knox and Laurel were lopped off the Fifth district and added to tho Seventh shortly after Judge W S Pryor was defeated Jby Judge Burnam leaving but 18 counties in his district WE arc glad to know that our friend Mr Sam M Wilhite controller of the city of Louisville will not be disturbed by the political landslide of last week He will serve the city two years longer He will have the distinction of being about the only democratic officeholder in the Falls City TilE Mt Vernon Signal has joint theCourierJournal in its fight on Gov Beckham These great publication may defeat the democratic nominee for the U S Senate but theaspect presented by them in attempting to thwart the will of the democracy is anything but creditable POLITICAL Last week Mr Grinstead was a wholesale dealer in groceries Today he is a wholesale purveyor of pie Louisville Times The Socialist candidate for Railroad Commissioner received 800 votes in Simpson county although there are only 12 Socialists in that county At a meeting of the Frankfort Bus ness Mens Club a committee was ap pointed to arrange for the ceremonie at the inauguration of the Hon tus E Willson as Governor AUgUS1 As an organizer we doff our Col Robert G Evans Chairman of Boyle Countys Democratic Committee He was ably assisted by Hon Wm J Price Chairman of the Campaign Com mittee Ad vocate The death of Judge R C Warren at his home in Stanford is sincerely mourn ed by all who knew this bighearted honorable and just man He had a number of warm friends in this county Jessamine Journal If Kentucky was to sound the key note for Democratic success in DOS presiIseems to have gone aglimmering Frankfortf ournal- Judge R C Warren of Stanford lied last Friday of a complication of licenses and was burled Sunday H was a prominent and respected citizen and had numerous friends in this count who regret to know of his death Liberty News The fine rooster W J Bryan belonging to Col John C Everett chairman of the Mason county Demo cratic Committee was found deal hanging with its head through a crack in a fence in the rear of Mr Everett place of business Its owner is positive it committed suicide because it could not crow over the election re urns IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES C W Epperson a prominent citizen of Springfield is dead Moses C Masters aged 84 is dead in the Buckeye section of Garrard Thomas Logston a well known Marion county farmer is dead of pneumonia Charles Booth of Harrodsburg had both of his legs cut off at the Lime tone street railroad crossing at Lexington Jesse Coger of Harrodsburg filed a petition in bankruptcy with assets of 20 and liabilities of 50000 says a rankfort dispatch Shelbyyillc lIar odsburg Covington and Hustonville banks are his creditors Harry Grffin son of the Mayor of Somerset shot and instantly killed Oscar Bowen a young fireman on the Queen and Crescent railroad Bowen WI a soninlaw of Policeman John Camden He leaves a young wife The quarrel arose in the reel house Fire which broke out in Griffin looks saloon at Corbin did damage es mated at 40000 Every saloon in the town was burned and two resi aces a dry goods store a jewelry shop four restaurants and three barbershops went up in the flames Dr P W Logans loss is estimatedat 10000 irhere was no insurance dn the build Here and There Col J H Estill proprietor of the Sa vannah Ga Morning News is dead A prairie fire of huge proportions Is sweeping thejcountry a few miles North of Crookston Minn Judge G C Prentice aged 83 who recently completed half a century service on the bench is dead at La- Crosse Wis Gov Lea Delaware has signed the proclamation enacting the prohibition law for the counties which voted against license Tuesday President Harvio Jordan of the Southern Cotton Association has issued a statement to the farmers urging them to hold their cotton for higher prices The Cosmopolitan Hotel and theater just outside ot the Jamestown Exposi tion grounds was destroyed by fire originating from the explosion of a gasoline lamp Gold engagements have passed the 50000000 mark The stock market is showing improved strength and New York financiers say the situation is encouraging from every standpoint The wholesale grocery of Ku finer Bros at Charleston W Va burned causing a loss of 2uO000 with 100 000 insurance Capt J J Foley of the Fire Department and John Dewey a shipping clerk iwero burned to death and several fireman received minor in juries A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Snoops Cough Cure And U Is so thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tells mothers overwbero to give It without hesitation even to very young babes The wholesome greon loaves and tender stems of n lung hoaling mountainous shrub furnish the cura tire properties to Ur Shoops Cough Cure alt calms the cough and heels the sore and sensitive bronchial mem branes Xo opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant ex tract that helps to heal aching lungs Tho Spaniards call this shrub which the doctor uses The Sacred Herb DomandlDr Shoops Take no oth er Pennys Drug Store We have too mucb faith in tho love of fairness and decency and honor on the part of Kentucky Democrats to believe for a moment that they would ever countenance and sanction a move ment to rob Gov Beckham of the nomination which he so fairly won Bowling Green TimesJournal Appendicitis- Is due in a large measure to abuse of the bowels by employing drastic pur gatives To avoid all danger use only Dr Kings Now Life Pills the safe gentlecleansergandinrigorators Guaranteed to cure headache bilious nest malaria andjaundice at Pennys Drug Store 25c Noblehearted generoussouled Judge Dick Warren of Stanford died the lat ter part of last week He was a great favorite with all who knew him No kinder man ever lived Somerset Republican 250 REWARD For Information that will convict any ono regaing on my arm Hunter take warning J TKVIH Shelby IltyKy HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE IN CRAB ORCHARD I have for wile two haute and lots on Fair Jrouml Htrevt Terms made known on ap plication C111HDU1U1IFlt crab Orchard Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A sue blue gnu farm for tale Blunted on row pike near Point LeaveU and ilx miles ouch of Lancaster containing 210 acres sell located In gold neighborhood being art of the John Walker trust with a hnnd ome new two tury evenroom residence hereon recently completed with nil out Midi ngs and good nw burn Oxen Well ratcred six never falling springs and creek tinning through TEUMS In band balance one and two years from doy of sole txnrlng six ter cenllnterest until paid Persons looking for such place please write KM and Isnbolle Walker living on trot at Point Ieavell or W O AValkor IsabellelRMand W O Httmford1KY Leoell Ky The only Boot or Shoe sold in STANFORD Tanned the Old Fashioned Way and Can be Gotten Only from H J McROBERTS NOTICE I Having decided to dissolve parlnershli we desire to thank our many patron their liberal patronage nod ask all wbo an Indebted to us to settle at once Ueipct PKU1TT UUOH Good Business for Sale Sly property and general stock of titer cot sell at once and plvi furtherItonformation Mnrksburyly FOR SALE Fiftysix acres of llluo tram land lit Lit coin county on the mul 1IItIIl vllln A Ktanrord short pike hOI acres In line locuit 101 II at prv en cultivation Is n tine tract of land and very desirable font small farm Call on or address W11 I1AUCOM Junction Olty Ky McKINNEY MARBLE ft GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors wden la stud ntnnafgleturera uf OYlte and Marble Monument Plrsllat Unuiable Prlcu nmce mud VuM- cMeKtnnty Ky Shop flowd on Haturdny POSTED Wevrhiw names appear below strictly forbid hunting llslitng or any kind of tripasting on our places ofthellawlutiolators to tbe full extent Alex Cooiwr MM Mary P title- Nlnpluunllros Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Maine Tlnsley I IR ore lieu P Martin M fljiwrence Haitian Ourtli 4H HocTier J M Pettus Ohappell FerrlllJ1reJFInlllnutPrter Ilnlurer Mrs Katherine Adnr Muar F Ill stOll Ashley A OllannOn James N Oath J Carter O M hark Josepli Union Sirs M It Lylie SlrsJuts ltalue- J it Oamenftrh Dr J ft UHrjwnter IL W ThohtpouThomnlDavid lltirton J Mr Klolmnlion J ow nil Krnt Miss Statue ilewes leuenbucb lire It KOnlnes Traylorlllburniooch Fred Itaumann 110 Dunn lIeler Will llenter It O SIIIIIIOlh W U Floyd W IVok JI Jnrvli J W ItaucnniHii No rbargo for examination or seientlllrnl ly testing eyes methods Pro scription glasses ground to order set In work an style framn or mountings and material guaranteed satisfactory fundingIIlutonvllleK Joseph 3244 Vol II and bus ten accepted for reg lIIlrICIlUTlllllworthunder the rulesof IObe Kdwnrd No SW MnilleOIlITNdlte2Atl Hire of lam Kentucky No 17M dam of dOIll olden o fiver It U well known that the Tamwortb Hwlnw Is tho lilahest prlceswlne on the market Ills sire IesoulorIlr4crosses well with every him at II cash JOHN l100K- HlnnfonlI DEAD GAME a If you will bring your luns and Revolvers to me and let me put them In tlrstclass condition I have haul IIIA ex erleiice In that business I put new handle on Razor Blados Forrols on Walking Canos and Ro pair Umbrellas Make a specialty of fitting all kinds of keys to all kinds of luck all kinds repairing 01- 1blcclelIti keep In stork suit kinds of bicy cle repairs live me n trial and you will be 0l1 h1 MAY ins N Third 116 Danville Ky Contra Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO alwhcres on the Waynesburg pike near Highland firoom house tarn nnil oth er orchnrd This proper ty Is near churchanti scboolhoue U wall worth the price I160 No S1M ocrIt miles South of Crab Or chard on the Hints rood has u twostory house good barn orchard and Is well wilIer ed about 100 acres of this land Is bottom land and produces Ono crops A bargain at l fati l cash In one and two yours o aIla acres on Muck greek near Wny nesh erg room bouse born and other out bulldlnus plenty of water Uash price 11 600 No 4118 acres Level firoon hook rustle county Ky This farm has n new tstory frame house would cost to build now tttWi good barn crib Ac located near qhurch und school This is a nice home and can bought for 110 per acre Jj cash ru mainder Hi U months iio aisa adjoining the above farms lOUacros In cultivation Dwelling of rooms good barn and other outbuildings or hard One of the best springs In the county Price Iroo half cue 6 buollcu J Dud 2 ears No eSll acres adjoining farms Nos t and 160 acres In cultivation balance In tlm tor Goal white oak hickory and some line eilnr Has 2story log huso and pmHl orch ml well watered Cash price No 7 2M acres near Maretsburg Ky 1ft eras In cultivation good dwelling house aril and necessary outbultillngs line water md school church and H It station Price PIAU t cash balance In ono and two years NoHlU acres near Conway Kyj nearly til of this furnt Is bottollllInd flue tort md meadow very good dwelling house now burn glad other bnlldlngs on county road a tiles from liervu College Oosh price = uuNose4tlncreon1rakuOreek 8 mlles rout Crab Orchard This faflllIdolll the pike ami Is n part of tine leo Jirnni farm 1hln U flue land and in good condition nil lecessory buildings Is a bargain at riper acre No le7d acres near Stanford Ky In ileo with nil necessary bulldlngselc CIIII lie bought worth tho money For full particulars In regard to till the bore farms see or write Ii It Hughes or ames I WhlteStanfordKy Tho 1 Rain Coat Ederheimer Stein ft Co M1aaa RAINCOATS I The most necessary dressy and comforta ble garment a man uses today is his Crave nett or Raincoat Warm dry and light Our stock is full of real plums this time In pricel10 to 25 0 u H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY I Every Box of Paper now in stock from 25c to 75c is entirely new and of the latest Fallstyles We take pleasure in showing it to you PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky The Best and the Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See E T PENCE STANFORD KY Banzai Tooth Powder Is Hard to Beat 1 Try It Only 25 Cents tt STANFORD DRUG CO Union Suits NIJBOyB and Girls Union Suits in cream color or grey well twin etitch at 25c Boys Union Suits in tho Vallastic Utica mako at CO- flk and COc Girls Union Suits Alliance ribbed very soft and leeredat m and GOc IJQVf heavy fleeced Shirts and Drawers at 25c per garment SEVERANCE SON STANFORD STANFORD KY Nov 12 190i WilE you want to mako your sclce tlon from tho largest and most upto date line of post cards go to Penny e Drug Store I PERSONALS a Mn A G EASTLAND is hero from Louisville Miss MAIJ WAtmuN who hat been III Is improving MlBB MAOOIE HOCXHR Is confined to her room by illnosi Mn AND MRS J F CUMMINS aro back from Wllmoro BonN to tho wife of W A Brent qr tho East End a boy MRS Ji1BerrRAYLOR returned to East Bonwtadt yesterday MK JOliN ENCLKMAN of Louisville r came up Friday for a few days Mn JUNE II Rum of Hustonvlllc I went up to Corbin Friday night Miss SALLIB DuDDBRAn and Mr Witl Soden went to Louisville Sunday MR A McKECHNiB of Wayne Ii with his brother Mr James McKcchnie Mn MARCUS A PHELPS of Madison It with his daughter Mrs II C Hockcr 4 MR STEVE K VAUQHT has resigns i his position ai local editor of tho Somer let Journal HoN P M McRontiRTS went to Georgetown yesterday as a witness In tho Caleb Powers case PROVo S D Ki Nan who Is teaching 1 at Spnngfteld spent Sunday with a f mighty pretty girl here MIBSEH AUEBN AND IDA LEe BOURNF of Lancaster wero guests of their spa term Mn W K Warner MRS W G McBBE has returned from Urbana III Her father Mr Green Melee returned with her MBSDAMBS II R CAMNITZ and G Barnes Wearcn of Hustonvillc spent unday with relatives here i MR R hL NEWLAND Is back trot Jamestown where he held a responsible position with the big show MR J S REED wire and son of Lexington are with Mrs Mattie White and daughter Miss Mamie White MISSBS LENA AND PEARL HAMPTOK and llttlo Albert Phillips returned Saturday from a visit to Lebanon friends Mn AND MRS WILUAM Aims or I Auburn have been guests of Mrs Sarah J Dayton and daughters at McKln r neyMn GEO W YOUNG and family returned Friday from Harper county i Kansas where they have lived for sew t 1oral years t MESSRS R B MAHONY and T B Hammonds of Stanford wore among tho court crowd last week Liberty News MRS R A MCCARTY who has been with her sons W L and J M Mc Carty returned to her home at Pine villc Saturday MR J C HAYS went to Louisville Friday to have another operation per formed Ho was accompanied by Mrs lays and Dr Hugh Reid Miss SALVE Lou MYERS who has been In California for some time passed through Sunday to her homo In Gar rard Her father Mr Ike M Myers met herhere- DR R A JONES of Cincinnati son of Dr J T Jones of Adair county has just returned from Liberal Ken I sas where his brother Dr T AJones is practicing medicine lie was per fectly carried away with Liberal and tho country surrounding t He bought some land near the city and will build a hospital In the corporate limits H as loon as he perfects his plans lie Is now In Cincinnati but will return to I Kansas and will begin tho erection of the structure soon Adair News LOCALS DROWN Leghorn roosters for sale at 1 each S HAldridgo Stanford IT only costa 25c to post your land but cash must invariably accompany tho order r WENTY Mammoth Bronze Toms raised from a turkey that weighed 34 pounds at eight months for sale They are of the Landrigon Ferguson and Conger strain Mrs J E Lynn Stanford TAKE NOTICEI am required by law to have issued a tax warant against all persons who fail to pay their taxes byNov 15th Therefore pay now and ttsavu extra expense of warrant and your property being sold T J Hill sheri ff Lincoln county TilE ladies of tho Presbyterian church will hold their annual bazaar on Saturday Dec 14 Further particulars later WE soil famesKara van Roast ed Coffee Try a pound Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded Gco D Hopper THE opennoxtFridaynighi Nov 1C with a big masquerade The boat masked person will be given n handsome pair of skates THE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100- to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices FOR RENT Storeroom in lively Central Kentucky town Especially adapted for restaurant but good for any kind of merchandise business Living rooms above Apply or write to this office JUDGE JOSH Sworn asks us to state that ho was not an applicant for the county judgship to succeed Judge R C Warren deceased Wo heard from sev oral sources that he was an applicant andso stated in our Fridays issue IT might bo S6 or it might be25 that you want to pay for your next suit or overcoat In either case come to us our stock otters a wide range of choice from tho cheapest thats good to tho boat that 26 can buy Cummins Mc Clary THERE will be an Fiddlers Con test at Maccabeo hull Junction City on the evening of Nov 10 Twentyone dollar will bo given away to the best fiddlers over 45 years of ago Stan fords representative will be Mr Alex Martin THE general rise In white paper has caused tho Indiana publishers of weeklies to meet and resolve to raise the price from SI to 150 a year We propose to continuo tho peryear price but hereafter it must bo cash Ii advance or very near It This hint to tho wise should bo sufficient ONE of the most delightful entertain ments Stanford has had in years was that given by tho Harmony Concert Co at Waltons Opera House Friday evening Tho four ladies who took part aro all artists but tho Kirksmith sis tens three in number are especially good in both vocal and instrumental numbers Miss Blakcslce is a fine pian- Ist A fair crowd was present and suet liberal applause was given each num ber that many of them were repeated CIRCUIT COURT John Hurzog was fined 20 for selling whisky Ed Young 50 for giving liquor to a minor Chas Armstrong 50 for tho same offense Sylvan Privitt 20 each in four cases for selling whisky Frank Chapman who is in jail at Danvillo charged with killing Joe Rice forfeited his 100 bond for appearance hero on tho charge of stealing James Harlan colored was given one year in one case and three in another for housebreaking and stealing Dan Johnson caught two years for at tempted rape on a woman of his color Milt Warren was fined 20 for selling whisky and James Singleton 25 and 10 days in jail for carrying concealed weapons B P Martin was acquitted on a charge of breach of the peace The case of James II Kennedy for killing Milt Estes now has tho attention of the court A PATHETIC story of false lovebrokcn promises and infidelity to womam is told In A Dangerous Friend a thrill- Ing melodrama the weekend attrac ion at Burts but two packed hquses enjoyed It Tho action of tho play re volves around Edwin Scribner and Violet Marsdcn whoso work is clever Mr Scribner plays the part of Allen Randolph a social crook whoso suave manner secures for him tho love of nocent girls Randolphs love however is only artificial and onco in his power he compels his prey to pass counterfeit money of which he is a counItrthome for New York tho trouble starts Many exciting scenes havebeen worked j up by the dramatist including a safe robbery Miss Marsdcns work as Fanny is praiseworthy Edwin Scribner Is good and other members of tho cast efficient See A Dangerous Friend it Waltons Opera House Friday even- Ing Nov 22 Jack Frost Will Get You if You Dont Watch Out What a comfortable feeling it is to get into a suit of nice warm underwear these cool mornings Wo have the kind that fits the figure and keeps out the chilly winds We can furnish you with any kind you want and at reasonable prices Our hobby is to see how good garment wo can sellat 25c WJc and 8100 f fI SEE W II Muellers ad It Go to the Misses VanDcvccrfor styl- Ish and uptodate millinery NEWS cornea from Sherman Texas that Mrs Mattie Myers Carr a rein tivoof the Murphy of this county Is dead Mil J S MURPHY the clever Mc- KInney miller has our thanks for lack of his splendid flour Tho brand Is Fancy Patent No 1 and it is not only very fancy but No1 in every particular THE masquerade rink at Waltons Op para House Friday night next promo ca to be the moat enjoyable occasion of the late Fall A largo number will mask and represent characters of man kinds A pair of skates will be given the best masked person- BALLARDCapt P P Ballard aged 80 years one of the oldest men in Rich mond died from a fall which he recelv edrecently Capt Ballard had held every public office in Madison county and several Government positions Ho was an uncle of Mrs Joseph Coffey or this place FOR new traction engine ono separator self feeder and wind stacker One saw mill with 300000 feet of logs to saw at GOc per 100 Tho owners only reason for selling is on account of ill health All this machinery is comparatively new and cost about 8000 It can be bought for a very low price See or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky HANDY PRESENT Mr C R Cole man manager and a big stockholder in the Coleman Mining Co at Cary Dell county has our thanks for a beautiful and handy present in tho shape of a celluloid paper cutter It was made in Germany and is of unique design The handle is a red fox on a brown limb and the blade is pure white with Coleroan Mining Co printed In gold on It The- company mines the famous Fox Ridge cOal and a fox is their trado mark By tho way if you have not tried this coal you had better make a trial order from your coal dealer Tile following shows tho official vot of Lincoln county Let those who betrayed the democratic party read it with shame linger Wlllson Hluinki King Stanford No I ITS HO lay S ISO 11 0 11 111 arc 77 iw tS HA WIInt burg I al 151 II t W IH a 07 III SI lax Ornlxtrohnrdl U9 ITS IIi lid t att lsu 31- Hutumvlllo 1M ltd 170 itt 2 lay III IM fat Iftil 1U ire IoRI 6ID wi Minorities j Ml For constitutional amendment o3ngilntt 1117 For new courtboun against The prohibition ticket not vote The Koclnllit ticket got The Soclnllit 1nboftlcket got 9 HAPPY OCCASION Mr and Mrs George Carpenter Givens celebrated the 25th anniversary of their marriage on Nov 8th Tho day dawned bright and beautiful asdid 25 years ago when Mr Givens went to Bourbon and claimed Miss Neppie Mooro as his bride A bountiful feast was spread and a very happy day spent by relatives and Inti nato friends The guests name cards were leaves of English ivy with name and date traced In silver In the center of the table an Immense bouquet of brides roses lent the fragrance of the wedding of 1882 Mistletoe bowers were strewn all over the house The gifts were suggestive of the occasion and were quite pretty The daughter of the houseMiss Lucy Miller ono of Lincoln countys fairest debutants mingled with the guests and added much to the enjoyment of the occasion Toasts were drunk from a silver loving cup and everything went merry as a marriage bell Those who were fortunate enough to bo present were Mesdames Albert Scott Miller William Wasson Goltra and Master William Gol tra of Crawfordsville Ind Mr Samuel D Bartley of Corydon Ind Mrs George Williams Stuart Master John Stuart of Paris Mr and Mrs Will Givens Mr and Mrs W P Grimes Mr and Mrs Jack Bcazloy Miss Flor ence Givens Miss Belle Denny Mr and Mrs James Baughman Dr and Mrs J G Carpenter Mr and Mrs Al bert Smith and Mrs Mary Givens 1Lost between Stanford and McKin i hey a package of neckties This office AN entertainment by the Hubble school will be given Friday night Nov 16th beginning at 730 oclock LOST between J E Lynns and Sam Mtathenys a plain gold stem windir watch Reward A M Pence MARGARBT the 18monthsold daugh terof Mr and Mrs Geo 0 Spoonnmore of the Prcachmville section died suddenly and was burled at Lancaster Sunday OWSLEY ArroiNTEDMr John Sam Owsley Jr was appointed count judge to succeed Judge R C Warren deceased Friday Gov Beckham forwarded his commission at onco and Mr Owsley qualified Saturday Judge Owa ley is well fitted for the responsible position and should make an afficial that the county will have reason to be proud of IN the county court yesterday the the wills of Judge RC Warren and Skelton Coleman were probated Judge M C Saufley qualified as administra torof the former arjd the widow of Mr Coleman administratrix of the latter All road business was carried over until the next term Judge Owsley appointed the following gentlemen supervisors Messrs J P Bailey J B Footer J M Cress J B McKee and Wm North Tho Coffer e Substitute over made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Raolno Wis You dont have to boll it 20 or 3D minutes lI Made In a mlnuto says tho doctor Health Coffee Is really the closest collco imitation ever yet produced Not a grain of real coffee in It either Health coffee imitation Is made from pure toasted cereals ur grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an expert wero ho to unknowingly drink It for coffee Pennys Drug Store FOR RENT 6i acres bottom Innd on the Stanford Illuitonvllle pike nt Jliistonvllk HOUMI and lot good Utrn nntl outbuildings acres In Timothy Ull dOlIhe balance to In oats In the piuo Good note KLLA H TAVIOU- K So Wllllsburg Washington Co Ky STOREHOUSE AND MERCHAN DISE FOR SALE I I detlre to svll privately my storelioiiito and splendid stuck of general merclinndiBU nt Hedgevllle Molt til the goods ure now and the stuck U clean With to tell mono IItS JOE S mOt HvdgvvllleKy STORE ROOM IN STANFORD FOR SALE I If not sold prIvately 1wlll sell at public nuctlunnt lau P DECEAlUElte1i7 County court dny the II W VnnUeveer sture room lit Opera House lllock Btnn ford It li occupied by the poitoOlce nnd It the most centrally located storeroom In town being directly opposite the court house and on Main ttreet This storeroom has n lde room unit a splendid basement The lot on which the room stands runs be yond the Ht Ataph creek and there U abundant ground for a largo warehouse Will also sell at some time Ikl acres of knot land MItHMATTIKVKmUY Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE Having told my farm my place 2 mllt80 Welt of Onab orchard on tho Ornb Orchard A Htnnford TtKHHAY NOV 2111007 tell all of my personal property to the high est bidder as follows year old mare well broke 1 yearling cult 1 good milk cow will bo In FeblUnrll rubber tire runabout goat buck board Surrey I wagon riding disc cultl 1111111011101111houlehold organ church organ dining room table hairs good cook and many other things not herein detailed a lot of hay and straw hn led stack unbilled lot ot sows Terms made known on day of sale w D NKWLAND Jl ChnndlerAuctloneer SKATING RINK Friday Night Nov 15 Waltons Opera House Dig Masquerade Rink Friday Skates galore Coiuo and enjoy yourself A handsome pair of skates wjll be jivcn away to the best masked person Doors open at 730 ocjock Stanford Rink lob Ladies Union Suits Ribbed fleeced at 35c and 50c Ladies set snug Union Suite button across or down front soft aa velvet at 81 Ladies Oneita Union Suits at 81 Ladies set snug pants and vests all sizes regular and extra COc per garment Ladies Peeler Vests and Pants at 25c per garment Mena Fleeced or Heavy Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers 45 and jOe Lansdown Fleece Shirts and Drawers at 76c South 1Depot HOLIDAY GOODS 1- See our Persian Fancy Roman Striped Holly No 2 Fancy Velvets i Satin and Baby Ribbons just the thing for fancy articles fur Xmas Wo have the China Silks in red green pink blue null yellow at GOc Also Navy Blue and Light Blue Taffeta at 81 Velvets in blue red green and brown at 81 TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY TROER THAN THE LAW Is the Shoe you hear about people wearing 18 months It is the strongest and longest wearing Shoe that can be made of leather It is full of service and satisfaction from the minute you put it on till you take it off for the last time and if you wear it until it is worn outit will be a long time from the day you put it on till the last day you take it off We show them in plain toe and cap toe The price is 300 per pair asrsal W E Perkins 1Kentucky The Lid The Lid J The Lid It is off on prices at the Emporium at Ilugtou ville We are price fighters = Your cLid Be sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected tho cream of tho market for Come and be convinced in this line Wo undersell everybody CLOAKSLndies Misses and Childrens We can please you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from suit all We carry a general line Clothing Boots and Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If you have never worn a pair of Shoes I dont wonder that you have been so disappointed Try ME27 years selling Shoes Our Falland Winter stock is now full and complete Come and inspect our stock I know I can do you good Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter The KARAVAN is here note in I Cages but in Packages altaIasi tlesr 5 Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky WA H The Interior Journal Entered in the PoitOJJice at Stanford 01 Moondclou matter- TvBLIBHBD TOBSDATTS AND FUUJAT AT 100 PER YEAR CASH tlrWhen not paid IJOD will be charged L N TImE TABLE No rl Houthn21 P X No til Houth 1210 p No rl North 4SJ No YrNOrthYi1T P JOS S RICE Agent Jesse W Sweeney FBOFBIRTOB Livery good and Salo StAble Lancaster Ky NOTICEAnyone needing n Union Jock end Wire Rtretchercnn leave their order with T It Newland at Stanford He has one be will show you und take your order and will fill tbesame on short notice B T LUNSFORD B D CARTER Now Llvorv Depot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building INSURANCE Tire Lightning Wind and Accident None but the BTItOaOEST and BEST Companies Represented Lowest Pea sible Rates Paying Hoo orfllUneauallea Talk wIth MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No St J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone 107 Home Phone 35 THEATRE TALK NO I Plays whose prominent features are love heart interest heroism comedy pathos S vice and virtue always find popular favor II IA Great Play I They are sought after by theatre goers who appreciate real merit That is why Dangerous Friend an original melodrama booked to appear in this town has met with such success It contains five acts And the scenes are laid in the United States Various types of life good and bad are introduced while the scenic display is said to be adequate TItroW UP I OU ItAtIOSOR IL431i00TT010J It is not the usual murderous melodrama t i usuallyseetoJ Jwell told by a competent company and shown in a that is seldom excelled It needs no apology for it is equal in construction of many a melo- dramat that has enjoyed a long lease of life The story is a trite one of rascality and r innocence This piece has won merited- praise wherever presented and is something unique in the- lquite will be line sure the JA Real Treat I theatregoers ofthis city TIlE MANAGER r SAYS HE WILL GIVE YOU YOUR MONEYS WORTH OR YOUR MONEY SACK USUAL PRICES WILL PREVAIL Waltons OperaI House Nov 22 a r FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALEl small shoats Mrs Lee Stone Joe Chancellor delivered to B DI Holtzclaw a bunch of fat hogs at 5c J N Sloan bought the J S ReedI place of acres adjoining Mrs Mattie White for 4000 One wheat grower near Pcndleto Oregon has just received 7084270 In one check for his crop At John C VanAradalls sale of Jersey heifers at the fair grounds at Ha rodsburg 28 averaged 26 Poland China and Berkshire boar weighs 350 pounds at 13 months for sale W H Pepples Stanford R R No4 FOR SALE17 Bargain Counfer steer calves and five yearling steers J C Bailey J W Guest Crab Orchard Ky J M Turner had a ewe to drop a lamb last January and raised it On the 27th of October the same ewe four another lamb and it is doing well I want to sell an extra mule jack and a standard bred Wilkes stallion 7 jen nets and four colts 75 or SO bushels oC orchard grass seed B B King More land Ky3tA red roan cow with chain tied ti her came to my place some six weeks ago Owner can get her by paying fa this notice and her keep J B Williams Mt Salem STANFORD COURT There were about 400 cattle on the market yesterday Cows sold at Ii to 3c stock cattle 31 to 4c yearlings 31j to 3jc The horso and mule market was dull A fairly good crowd was here- Preliminary returns to the Department of on the production of corn indicate a total yield of 2553 732000 bushels an average of 26 bushels per acre as compared with a yieldI of 30H bushels per acre in 1906 Samuel D CocKran sold his farm of 280 acres in Upper Garrard to IL K Herndon and J L Gill at 85 The purchasers sold 60 acres of this same tract to J B Woods at 80 an acre Fiftyfour acres of the late Aleck Lusk land lying within a mile of Lan caster was sold to Ed and Ben Hughes at 72 MIDDLEBURG An averago of 50 loaded wagons pass here daily There were services at the Baptist church here Sunday Cary Montgomery and Miss Maggie Earls the pretty daughter of Mr and Mrs W T Earls of Mt Salem wen made one by Rev J S Taylor severs days ago The tail end of the republican ticket was defeated here by a majority of one There was no excitement here in the election except in the race for magistrate There was no interest whatever manifested in the State races W G Coulter W G Short and C C Jones are attending court as jurors John and Fred Estes John Patterson and George Dietz of Grove passed through Thursday enrouto to Liberty to attend court J K Coffey has lately moved into the property opposite W C Bryants store Jesse Fogle is carry ing his arm in a sling as the result of a iprainEMiss Mollie Tilford went tc Liberty to visit her grandfather Judge rilfordI seem an ingrate indeed if I lid not in some way express my thanks to my neighbors and friends for the support they gave trie in the race for magistrate There was a very determined effort made against me and I appreciate the support given me by the best clement of both parties My rat orlty was as small as it could well have teen though it would have been quite arge had my name appeared on the ballots at Wall town as it should have lone And in this connection I want to hank the Walltown people for their terest in me and am sorry they did not have the privilege of casting their votes Cor me Now while graciously thank- Ing my neighbors and friends for standing by mo so nobly I want to say that I entertain no ill will toward those whoso strenuously opposed me I am o- nt p but am not crowing over my fallen foes LingerIng Cold Withstood Other Treatment But Quickly Cured By Chamberlains Cough Remedy Last winter I caught a very severe cold which lingered for weeks says J trquhart of Zephyr Ontario liMy- cough was very harsh and dry The local dealer recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy and guaranteed It so I gave it a trial One small bottle of it cured me I believe Chamber tins Cough Remedy to be the best have overused This remedy is for salo by all Druggists Fire which started in the Great orthern elevator at Superior Wis causeda3OOOQOO loss Over 700000 bushels of grain three flouring mills 40 houses and four boats were destroyed A Reliable Remedy For Croup Mrs S Hoslnthal of Turner Mich- Igan says Wo have used Cham rlalns Cough Medicine for our solves and children for several years aqd like It much I think it the Onlyremedy for croup and can ghly recommend iV For sale by- aU Druggists MATRIMONIAL Mariot Flowers and Miss Cordel Blankenship both aged 76 years were married at Vine Groves Miss Alice Hughes and John WIUls of Middlesboro were joined in wedlock holy bonds on a moving train near that cityMiss Bessie Carter and Mr Claude C Ross were given a beautiful hon wedding by the brides parents Ml and Mrs James Carter Wednesday evening The couple left for their homo at Stearns yesterday Somersi JournalMiss Mittio Dunn School Superintendent of Garrard and Mr John M Smith of Mackvllle drove to Danvil and wero married She is a nleco of Attorney James I Hamilton The groom was for several years cashier of the bank at Bryantsvillc and is now occupying a similar position at Mackvilli Farley Scott a prominent voun farmer and Miss Blanch Newland tho pretty and popular daughter of Mi Henry F Newland of the Preachers ville section were joined heart and hand Saturday The wedding was a quiet affair Tho INTERIOR JOURNAL joins the friends of the young couple In wishing them a long and happy marries life The New Pure Food and Drug LawIWe are pleased to announce Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles la not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend It as a safe remedy for children and ad ults G L Penny The statement of the New York Clearinghouse banks for tho past week shows that the banks hold 1519246 less than the requirements of the 25 per cent reserve rulel This is a decrease in the proportionate cash reserve of 13085800 as compared with the previous week A Significant Prayer May the Lord help you make Bucklcnu Arnica Salvo known to all writes J G Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took the pain out of a felon for mo and cured it In a wonderfully short time Best on earth for sores burns and wounds 25c at pennys Drug Store The action of the President in recog nixing the Evans faction in Tennessee by the appointment of an Internal Revenue Collector is accepted as a movo toward a third term H Cia Evans is consistently booming President as the Republican candidate in 1908 row Dancing Proves Fatal Many men and womencateh colds al dances which terminate 1n pneumonia and consumption After exposure If Foleys Honey and Tar is taken It will break up a cold and no serious results need be feared Refuse any but the genuine in a yellow package G L Penny The President has issued an order consolidatingitho two internal revenue collection districts of Tennessee into one district with headquarters at Nashville and has appointed Robert S Sharp of Chattanooga collector of the Inew district Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out tree tm request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Those tests are proving to tho peoplewithout a pen tys costthe great value of this scientific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Ca tarrh Remedy Sold by Pennys Drug Store This is Worth Remembering As no one is Immune every person should remember that Foleys Kidney pure will cure any ease of kidney or ladder trouble that is not beyond tho each of medicine Go to D V dyCo for meal ships tuff and flour They make prices any hour Their custom is great their nIH is small they are anxious to grind for one and all The com is ripe the wheat is plenty the price of shipstuil fs ono and twenty A fouryearold George Arnold of Evansville Ind was run over by ragon and killed tndigestion Stomach trouble Is but a symptom of and not Itself a true disease We think of Djspeptln artburn and Indigestion at ml diseases Tel theT are symptoms only of a cettata pedlla Nee Ic else It was this tact that lint correctly led Dr Shoop In the creation of that now very popular Stomach imedr Dr Shoops Itettoratlre Going direct to the stomach nerves alone brought that success and favor to Dr and his Restorative WUb- out that original and highly vital principle no- Inch lasting accomplishments were erer to be had for stomach dlitress bloating blUousneis bad breath and sallow trr Dr Shoope iterative Tablets or LlQo1dnd lee fot II self what it can and will do We sea and cheer recommendDr Shoops RestorativeG L PENNYS DRUG STORE 50 Years An Agency 50 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Itopre rented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 2J STANFORD KY GIVE MF YOU ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy rendynantleclothing when thero li so little illtrerunca In the price ot ready made suits and a suit iniulotn your nteeaure token by an experienced inflow I have n handsome lint of Knll and WInter Rood Jan make from n low prlco builuess null to lheflaatdrusmutt liD Overcontl Trous iri and Fancy Vest The company 1 represent It second to none HO UUlLKY Tire Tailo- rHtRllloll1 y Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Grope Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on application 11 F IIlUiNMiYiil tt SOX- 8Lexington Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Furniture Matting Rug They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY NIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Battings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 How to Curt t Your Piles If sufferers from piles and rectal dis eases would first try a reliable laxative like Dr Cald wells Syrup instead of using external salves and supposi tories orhaving an operation performed they would save themselves a trouble expense and pain The reason is that nine cases are the result of habitual constipation and when once the constipation is cured the piles disappear Piles are to constipation what pim ples are to bad blood simply an out symptom And just as face lotions arent half as good for as a good blood medicine no salves and suppositories arent half as ood for piles at a reliable laxa tire like Dr aldwells BrrupPepsln A 50 cent or ft bottle will prove these claim and every druggist it authorized to guarantee results Hundreds of people have written ui that Dr Caldwella Syrup Pepsin It the but pile cnM they know and it It inrely worth a trial from you Not only will It cure the piles but It will permanently correct bowel trouble 10 that you will have re ar movements It will tone the stomach and make digestion easy for you Drt Caldwella Syrup Pepsin It the belt rem edy for constipation dyspepsia biliousness all resultant troubles such as pacs arising from dzordzred stomach liver or bowels Its gentle action and pleasant taste make It especially suited to children and all who are too weak to stand purgative waters salts and griping powders and tablets A physicals not what pile sufferers need but steady easy bowel movements and these can be obtained by the use of this wonderful It brina- about a permanent home euro at minimum of expense FREE TEST Those within to try Dr Cal4j wells Syrup Pectin Defer My Inr tan Mw i fro umpl bout tent to their home by addressing the company Thli offer li to prevs Hut the rimidy will do u wo claim and It only opts to that who haw asset taken It Send for It If you have uiy symptoms of itomteh Inter or bowl disease Densest yet most IlecUYI laxative for eblldren women and old otkt Natateed pdrmNent home curs THE PUBUO VERDICT Ho Uutlvt So Good sod Sure at OR CAIDWELLS SYRUP Thll product bears purity narantM Na lii WMWngton D rEPCM VMVP S u S1dweH N Moatiesia Ill Call and MO this one It will KIVO you time moneytend worry more laborious work about the kitchen When you install an In NuIRANGE cooking becomes an nucleating pleas- ureCEORCE H FARRIS Clothes of Distinct- ionEderlielmerStein 1 Suits for the Young Fellows I WmIHIS store cannot do you a greater personal servicel or benefit itself more helping you to secure the best clothes of leading makers at prices you can afford to pay G Theres no reason why it cant do this theres every reason why it should unques tionably it does when it offers you this k stylish reliable make Ask to See the Longworth A style far in advance of the common processionDistinctiv- eStylishPerfectly Tailored Better Fitting Shape Retaining All Sixes 30 to 38 Prices 15 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