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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tTHE INTERIOP JOURNAL It1VOL xxxvSTANFORD KY FRiDAy NOVEMBER 15 1907 NO 74 I KINGSVILLE Thompson Evans planing mill h running dally early and late Tho Interior of Daniel Hcstera IItore is a thing of beauty Ho has put In a nice new lino of fancy and staple groc erics nnd In addition will sell sort drink to n thirsty public Mrs Green Skidmore died Monday night after a brief Illness Shdis survived by her husband and several small children who havo the sympathy oft community in their bereavement Mrs Skidmoro was n good woman In every i respectRev W G Bradford of tho M E church favored a large audience at the Christian church Sunday evening will ono of the finest sermons ever deliverct here or we are tempted Ito say else where Ills text was from the Third Chapter of St John God so Loved the World and his sermon was beau tlfully delivered Mr Bradford Is an excellent English scholar was educe cd in Boston and given tho advantage of several years study In Europe and while ho is quite assuring In manner he Is pleasantly devoid of egotism lie might have been a professor In ono ot several of the universities but for an ailliction being deficient In hearing He hw howovt accepted a call fron tho Bishop to fill a pulpit In Kansas City and will leave for that city within the next few days much to tho regret of his friends hero Mrs Edmund Murphy has returned home after a visit to her daughter Mrs Eva Dlshon at Sloans Valley Tenn and relatives at Somerset Miss Nan A nie S Dunn is visiting Mrs Cora Ben gle at Petul Miss Mrs Morris Walls spent a few days in Wayne burg VIr nil Bastln and wife have returned from a visit to Cincinnati and are now the guesu of his mother at Science Mr Girdler of Somerset was hero Monday Wm Dyo came home from Tennessee to spend Sunday with hU family Mrs Alonzo Rlgncy has re turned to Floyd F S Gooch of Way nesburg was hero Sunday Deputy Sheriff Hester was hero Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ed Carey who has beer very ill has about recovered we arc glad to state D B Fox of Bowen was tho guest of his friend James En glcrasn day operator at the tower HU6BL1 James Robinson sold some cattle to Pony Bcazley at ate Luther Under wood Kinnaird Bourne and W H Underwood sold some hogs to Wm Lawson at 5Jc Mr Stove Owsley of Hazel Patch hoe been visiting relatives here Gro ver McKcchnic of Lexington spent Sunday with his homcfolks Mrs C C Sink and son of Lexington oro with Mra A C Carman Mrs M G McClure of Mintonville and Mr Virgi 1 McClure of Lexington were guests oC Mrs J A Hammond this week Miss Gertrude Long of Stanford is visiting Miss Sallie Anderson Mr and Mrs Arthur McKechnie and son of Month cello are guests of Mr and Mrs Jas McKcchnle Mr Jack Yeakcy has rented out his homo and will go to Louisville fo reside Mr Huffman aged 100 years is with his daughter Mrs J W Anderson Biliousness Ana Constipation troubled with bitFor years t was iousness und constipation which mnatk life miserable tor me My appetite failed me I lost my usual force nnd vitality Pepsis preparations and ca thartics only mado matter worse I do not know where I should havo been today had I not tried Chamberlains Stomach nnd Liver Tablets Tho tab lots relieve tho feeling at onco j 4 strengthen tho digestive functions helping tho system to do its work not urallyIrs Rosa Potts firming fhan Ala druggists Those tablets are for sale The decrease of 18600 In tho number of pensioners at tho end of tho fiscal year 1907 as compared with the previous Is tho feature of tho annual report of Pension Commissioner War ner just issued This Is tho greatest decrease In tho history of the pension bureau A Good Liniment When you need a good reliable tin Iment try Chamberlains Pain Balm It has no superior for sprains and Swellings A pleco of flannel slightly with Pain Balm Is superior for lame back or pains In jldampened r chest It also relieves pains and makes sleep and For sale by all Drug gists Thd passenger elevator in tho Mc KInley Hotel at Clinton 0 dropped four stories and threo persons received tiprobably fatal injuries Chapped hands are quickly o uredby applying Chamberlains Salve Prlco 25o For sale by all druggists r CHURCH MATTERS Rev J W Filch aged 67 Is dead al Mlllcrsburg This country Is said to spend 350 000000 a year for tobacco and 5000000 for missions Service at tho Presbyterian church at 10I5 oclock Sunday morning Subject Docs God Send Trouble 7 Tho Ladies Aid Society of tho Chris tlan church will meet with Miss Alice Beazlcy Saturday afternoon at 2 o clockRev J L Yandell will preach at Halls Gap Baptist church Sunday af ternoon at 2 oclock All are cordially Invited to attend All over Kentucky and the South the movement to raise tho salaries of preachers Is having fine effect 27 preach ers In this State have been raised 100 200 or 300 In tho recent great strike it was developed that in 12 trades the workmen received 122 per month the preachers In Kentucky average C2 50 a protracted meeting at tho Meth odist church has been fairly well attended this week The open session ol the Womens Foreign and Homo Mis sionary Societies was quite u success Audience good program well rendered excellent singing and from reports much good was done Prof Ireland has charge of the music through tho meeting Tho meeting is truly a union one Rev Barker the pastor an nounces that ho will havo Revs Taylor and Yandell preach some next week He also Insists on all the singers of all the churches taking part in the song service A new songbook will be in troduced tonight Young Peoples Hym nal No3 It is said to be a very fine selection of revival songs THE PASTOIU A Frankfort dispatch to the Cour ierJournal says that the Republicans arc planning to start un evening daily hero Wo know nothing about it but trust they will do it Wo know of no way that they can got rid of their sur plus cash so quickly and so certainly An experience of three years has con vinced us that there Is very small pickings for one dally hero Tho grazing for two would bo so short that one would have to soon go tho way of most papers started to fill an imaginary want By all means start a paper The more tho merrier but not the most profitable Frankfort Journal When tho stomach heart or kidney nerves get weak then those organs al ways fall Dont drug tho stomach nor stimulate tho heart or kidneys That Is simply a makeshift Got u prescription known to druggists ev erywhere as Dr Shoops restorative Tho restorative is prepared expressly for these weak Inside nerves Strengthen those nerves build them up with Dr Shoops restorative tablets or liquidand sire how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop lUclne Wis Your health Is surely worth this alai ple test Pennys Drug Store The local money market felt tho yf feet of Tuesdays mayoralty election when half a million dollars that had been wagered began to circulate says a Cleveland dispatch Much of this money has been tied up for several weeks A Methodist Minister Recom mends Chamberlains Cough Remedy Wo have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy In our homo for seven yours and It has always proven to be a re liable remedy We have found that It would do more than tho manufactur er claim for it It Is especially good for croup and whooping cough Ituv Jas A Lewis pastor Mllaca Minn M E church Chamberlains Cough Remedy is sold by all Druggists InGod Wo Trust has been stricken from tho coins of tho United States Teddy will have no ono before him Liko the Emperor of Germany ho evidently thinks that tho proper expression IsjMo upd God Frankfort A Significant Prayer May tho Lord help you mako Bucklens Arnica Salvo known to all writes J G Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took tho pain out of a felon for mo and cured it in a wonderfully short time Boat on inrth for sores burns and wounds ioc at pennys Drug Store Estimates appropriations aggrega ing 23461911 are mado by Gen AI xander Mackenzie chief of engineers of the army for fortification work dur ing tho fiscal year 1909 This is Worth Remembering- As no one Is Immune every person hould remember that Foloys Kidney Cure will cure any caso of kldnoy or ladder trouble that is not beyond tho each of medicine I NEWS NOTES Earl Ruddcll of Columbus Ind had his neck broken in a game of foot ball From two to five inches of snow fel lathe mountains of West Virginia near Huntington Tuesday Tho entire busine3s portion of Wore land Wyo was destroyed by a fire which started in a grocery store The loss will exceed 100000 George W Ewell of Deer Lodge Tenn committed suicide in Washing Jon by shooting himself while riding in a cabJ Cunningham principal of tho Birmingham High school and one of the best known educators in Alabama is deadIn fight with knives in McCracke county George Jones was probably fa tally wounded and Richard Yeltmat was badly cut Michael Hubbard of Louisville was killed In a freight wreck at West Point while4 on his way to Paducah to attend tho burial of his mother Three persons wero burned ono probably fatally in a fire at Columbus 0 A cigarette carelessly dropped in a pile Of rubbish started the blaze Largo reductions in working force in Chicago have been made within the last few days owing directly to scare ity of orders and business depression Tho National CIy Bank of New York has canceled a 1000XX goldengage meat in London because it is believed enough Las been secured to meet the situationTwo two hundred employes of shoe factories at Marlboro Mass have been placed on half time owing to market conditions and uncertainty regarding the future An engineer on tho C 0 was compelled to run his engine 12 miles after being told that his wife had dropped dead Ills name is Roger Chalkley and his home is Covington Mrs Charlotte Phillips was freed from tho charge of killing her husband John J Phillips coal operator and broker at the conclusion of the pre liminary hearing at Cleveland 0 Tho rainstorms and floods throughout Italy continue Railroad tracks are be ing carried away in several places and reports are being received of the de struction of houses Several lives have been lost Badly mutilated and bearing marks showing that ho had been shot repeat edly and terribly beaten the body of William Cline a prominent citizen of Bolivar Pa was found in a field a short distance from that town A long line of applicants for entry of the Alabama public lands recently thrown open filled tho office of the Land Register at Montgomery In all about 10000 acres were taken up These l nds were formerly classed mineral but were recently found to be available under new rules for homestead The Sundayclosing laws wero en forced in extreme fashion at Nashville by order of Mayor Brown who threat ened the police force with dismissal if it failed to comply 25 arrests were made including a wholesale merchant who was found in his office reading mail Bootblacks wero put out of business Only soda fountains and cigar stands were allowed to remain openAlbert hates was sentenced at Chip pewa Falls Wis to servo ono year in the penitentiary for bigamy Hu acknowledged that he had been married often but thought ho had always wait ed long enough for the preceding wife to get a divorce before ho married the next one Ho did not inquire about the divorce but took It for granted that ono would be obtained A sisterinlaw with whom ho eloped was the latest venture in matrimony undertaken by Sates Ho Fought at Gettysburg David Parker of FayetteN Y who lost u loot at Gettysburg writes Electric Bitters havo done mo more good than any modioino I overtook For several years I hail stomach trouble and paid out much money for mediulno to little purpose until I begun taking Klcctrlo Bitters I would not take 8500 for what they have done for mo Grand tonic for the aged and for female weaknesses Great al terative and body builder suro cure for lame back and weak kidneys Guaranteed by Pennys Drugstore 50o By a unanimous vote the Supremo court of Mississippi hold that the ex cession go to hI is not profanity Tho case was that of Rosa Stafford a 2yearold Negro girl who was con feted in the lower court at Corinth of violating the statute against profanity Wo havo secured tho agency for Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup the new laxative that makes the liver lively purifies tho breath cures headache and regulates the digestive organs Cures chronic constipation Ask us about it G L Penny HUSTONVILLE Sam Leeper has rented his farm foi tho coming year to Wm Wade Mr and Mrs Walter VanArsdale of Boyle spent Sunday with relatives and friends here- Service on rural route from Moreland to Stanford returning by here has been ordered established on Dec 2 and will be served by C K McClure- D C Allen and E McCormack ship ped one car of butcher cattle to Cincin nati Saturday for which they paid 2i to- 3c Also one car of300 pound hogs at lie A seven monthsold son of Robert Keith who works for the Hustonvillc Rollur Mill Co died suddenly Monday and WAS buried at Gilpin Casey county Tuesday Dont neglect having all things in readiness for the entertainment at Al corns Opera House on the evening of Nov 27th For further particulars see hand bills Thanksgiving preparations will commence hero in earnest this week and Tom Gooch the veteran turkey driver will collect his first installment so have them ready President F P Combest and Cashier George A Prewitt of the Commercial Bank of Liberty were guests of W G Cowan Quito a number of our young people attended the rendition of the Union Depot at Liberty Friday evening They enjoyed the performance very much Sam Leeper and wife who have been living at Southport Ind for some tIne are here visiting Grant North who was appointed clerk In the postof Bee at Danville by heading the civil service eligible list has resigned Ho was not able to rent a house at a price ho could afford to pay At 17 years of ago Hardin Walls formerly of Casey and Lincoln counties went to Illinois in 1881 Ho having been in bad health for some months died on Nov 1st and was buried in Un ion Ridge Cemetery White county Ill He leaves a wife and eight children and an insurance policy of 1000 Jacob Walls of the Richards School House section Is his brother He has many friends throughout this section who will bo grieved to learn of his death A petition to the fiscal court is being numerously signed asking that body lor- a small appropriation for tho purpose of putting gravel on the atone recently put on the Hustonvillo and McKinney pike Ninetyfive per cent of the trav el on this pike Is done with horse and buggy and half of those are driven by ladies and the stone supposed to be crushed Is so large that it makes trav el miserable as well as dangerous and will always be in this condition unless covered with gravel Two physicians who have been at tending Rev C W F Daniels for tome time notified him that he should go to a dryer climate very soon His resignation was handed the officers of his church on Sunday last and he will leave with his family about Dec 1 for California much to the regret of his numerous friends here They hope however that what is their loss may be his gain and the prayers of his congre ration for him and his beloved family and tho prayers of other congregations here as well as elsewhere will plead with tho Master for his recovery and return James n Keene tells this story illus native of high finance- A Kentucky darky negotiated a loan of 10 from a local banker pledging his mule and cart as security e Money Is pretty tight explained the banker and I shall havo to charge you 250 now for tho use of the 10 for a month Tho darky consented signing the papers and half an hour later was found by a friend staQdlng In the road scratch ing his wool with ono hand and looking ruefully at tho 750 in the other Whats the matter Sam 1 asked his friendOh aint nuthin de matter cept I knows Iso right Dat bank man ho done charge mo 250 for 10 for a month Lso right suh fo If I had ant fo do 10 fo foah months I wouldnt a got nuthin A Hard Debt to Pay I owo a debt of gratitude that can over bo paid olTM writes G S Clark of Westflqld Iowa for my rescue rom death by Dr Kings Now Dls every Both lungs were so seriously ifTected that death seemed imminent vhen I commenced taking Now Dis every The ominous dry hacking sough quit before the first bottle was used and two more bottles made a lompleto cure1 Nothing has ever iqualed Now Discovery for coughs olds and all throat and lung complaints Guaranteed by Pennys Drug 3toro COc and 91 Trial bottle free John Wilson and Hug ghee wero- run over and killed by a train in Warren county Both were drinking Jut ReoeJve I One gross each of Silver Plated Knives and Forks warranted 16dwt 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 Mueller STANFORD KY 0CDO cnOPJ Vr D fDel2 n CagCD 0c s IPJbC O1 INONE0r PJ PJ Iaf o T CDS J snn nCD tSvCr c 8V1lD C 3t7 0 tO s fD rflCDIgg ct IIt0n t SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Cups La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc Hog Box Bottoms Meat Cutters Sausage Stuf fers Butcher Knives c W H HIGGINS I Stanford Kentucky J 1BoobW B McRoberts DRUGGISJI STANFORDfl I PEHBOXAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded toa The Interior Journal K Co WALTON JOHN J MOSER Is a candIdate for jailer of county subject to tbe action of the emocratlo party M BRUCE 11 a candldatn for jnller of Lincoln ounty subject to the nctlon of the emocrntlo party JAMES Co HAYS II B candidate for Jnller of count inblect to the nctlon of the elllocmtlc party DCALLEN Iity subject tothe netlonof of the Lincoln Democrat coun lkpartyTHE Qomtnlssioncr of Internal Revenue makes the rather startling state mentthat the Government is being defrauded of 11000000 annually by dishonestjdatillera of the South Such is the statement of the Commu sioner The temptation to frauds is very great when the tax is 110 a ga Ion on what costs not more than 15 cents a gallon to produce If the tax was reduced to a moderate rate the inducements to illicit distilling would i not be nearly so great and the revenues from whisky would be enhanced Out there can be none of the frauds of which the Commissionerspeaks without the connivance of his own subordinates With them the investigation shout begin nodTirE CourlerJ papers republican inclined are keeping up their fight in their effort to beat Gov Beck ham for the U S Senate but they arc gnawing a file He is the democratic nominee for the high office and the democratic Senators and Representatives will elect him The Courier Journal is making a greater effort to defeat the governor than its out and out republican contemporary the Louis ville Herald HOG JAW TAYLOR writes from hit haven Indianapolis that he will re turn to Kentucky to be tried for com plicity in the murder of William Goebel as soon as he is assured of a fair trial A fair trial is what William Sylvester above all things does not wantand what it seems now he will not get TilE statement is made that Ameri can girls have paid three hundred million dollars for the doubtful honor of marrying titled foreigners They ought to bo ashamed of themselves e with so many handsome healthy and willing souls at home to help then spend their fortunes IF Gov Beckham shall go down in defeat and we believe such will not be the case it must be with the nomination the people have given him In that event those responsible for it will beheld to account for perfidy to party feal ty and be damned to lasting infamy IF the prohibition ticket had been elected our dry brothers would have had to hunt around for a new lieutenant governor RevM D Hocker of Ow ensboro the nominee for that office Was adjudged a lunatic and is now in the asylum at Hopklnsvllle THAT good democratic paper the Adair News has just passed the 10th milestone in its journey May it pass many more POLITICAL Kentucky postmasters have been appointed as II follows Evona Casey county Sarah C Hogue Representative Langley has recom mended the appointment of C H Duty as Collector of Internal Revenue at CovingtonThe of the Virginia Leg islature as determined by the election last week stands 86 Democrats for 14 RepublicansJames Grinstead was sworn in as Mayor of Louisville Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock Circuit Judge Emmet Field administering the oath of office William Jennings Bryan was the guest of honor at a banquet on the twentyfirst anniversary of the Jefferson Club of Milwaukeeat the Plankin ton Hotel- The proclamation admitting Okla homa to the family of States of the Union will be issued Saturday by Pres ident Roosevelt The now State will be the fortysixth in the American James E Campbell of Ohio has announced that he is a receptive candidate for United States Senator to succeed Joseph B Foraker He thinks the Democratic party has a chance to elect a senator Judge Louis E McComas of the District Court of Appeals died sudden ly in Washington He was the former Republican Senator from Maryland Last summer Judge McComas married Mrs Upton Muir of Louisville Frankfort Republicans displeased because the committee of the Business Mens Club appointed to arrange for the inauguration ceremonies was made up of three Democrats and two Republicans threatened to take matters jnto their own hands but the trouble was finally settled by the addition of five Republicans to the committeeI D James of Penrod Co- lgreesman from the Third Kentucky district has come out strongly as a Roosevelt third turner Chairman J M Chinn issued a call for a mooting of the State Board of Election Commissioners to be held at Frankfort on November 18 If the returns are all in then the returns will be canvassed but if the returns are not all in an adjournment will be taken until the next Monday when the returns must be canvassed whether they are all in or not- Judge SW Hager tho recent Democratic nominee for Governor will not retire from his office of State Auditor until In January Judge Hagers friends say his administration of tho Stato Auditors office stamped him as an ideal business man and a splendid executive and that he wllt engage in a big business enterprise shortly after his retirement It is believed that Judge linger will make his home at Ashland which is the place of his birth Democrats of the Tenth congressional district charge that the loss of that district to the Republicans is due to Hargisism and say that tho votersI have been disgusted by tho influence of Judge Hargis with high officials They point to tho fact that whereas Brcathitt county was formerly Democratic by 800 it was carried by Willson and that the Tenth district in stead of being certainly Democratic has gone Republican in the last two electionsThat malignant warfar should be made upon Governor Beck ham Democratic nominee for United States Senator from Kentucky by Republicans and Republican newspapers Is naturally to be expected but that the first gun should be fired upon him from the masked batteries of the CourierJournal is a shock and lufprise to those who recall the famous message of Mr Watterson Make no Compromise With Dishon or Could anything more dishonorable be thought of in politics than a fail ire of a Democratic General Assembly to honor Gov Beckhams credentials underwritten by 200000 loyal Democrats Should such a highhanded outrage be perpetrated by political party of whatever name it would deserve utter extinction The nan who started this infamous proposition is bereft of both reasons and tonor It is worthy of a raving ma liac or tho chief of hypocrites It emanated from the putrid mind of a sub ject that should bo held in contempt if not hatred by every honorable Democrat in KentuckySomersetJour sal IN RING Rollie Manley was kicked to death bj a mule in Bath county The Standard Oil Company announc that Somerset crude oil is now quot cd at a cut of 10 cents having beer made J F Catron a lawyer of Barbouri ille has been added to the orneys for the defense in the trial ol laleb Powers for alleged complicity ir the assassination of Goebel Elijah Miles considered the oldest nan in Kentucky died at his homo tear Art mus Knox county at the agf of 109 Death was due to the Infirm- Ities incident to old age Camp Catron son of Postmaster Wm latron went to California a few weeks ago prospecting and concluded to try our years of service in Uncle Sams favy Somerset Journal- F P James the newlyelected State Auditor resigned as cashier of the Mercer National Bank to take effect lecember 1 Bush W Allin who has been teller in the bank was elected to- the cashiership Judge Watts Parker at Lexington held that under the Constitution a city has not the right to divert funds appropriated for one purpose to another The decision was delivered in the suit of Henry Duncan against the city of Lex igtonAt while on his way to the State penitentiary from Russell county Peter Duncan swallowed an ounce of irbolic acid there and died within a few minutes Duncan was 63 years of- age and was convicted at the last term of the Circuit Court of the murder of his neighbor Dave Mann The jury gave him a sentence of 21 years A tickling from cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops ough Cure And it is so thoroughly armless and safe that Dr Snoop tells mothers everwhero to give it ithout hesitation even to very young babes The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lunghealing mountainous shrub furnish tho curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure alt calms the cough and heels the sore and sensitive bronchial mem canes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant ox- tract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the doctor uses The Sacred Herb emandDr Shoops Tako no other Pennys Drug Store Daniel C McMath cashier of the Foster Deposit Bank Is in jail at Brook vllle a defaulter for 16 600 Here and There There are 51000 breweries in tho world and half of them aro in Germany Germanys population is increasin more rapidly than that of Great Britai or FranceThe Science church is to build a 200000 publishing house In Boston near the mother church tho various congregations throughout tho world contributing tho money require for the building Comptroller of the Currency author- Ized the organization of a new national bank at Clay this State to be called the Farmers National Bank It wil have 25000 capitla J B Mitchell will be president Prof Charles W Bell of Harrods burg was named as insurance commis sioner by Auditorelect Frank James Tho place pays 3000 a year Prof Bell has been principal of tho Harrods burg Graded School for 20 years The big tobacco barn at Poplar Grove on the farm of J A Lee one of the bestknown growers in Carroll county was destroyed fire during tho night and in addition to the building 76 hogs heads of tobacco wero burned The tobacco was the proporty of tho Society of Equity and was valued at a large sum rAppendicitis- Is duo In a largo measure to abuse of thu bowels by employing drastic pun patlves To avoid all danger use only Dr Kings New Lifo PIUs the safe pen tie cleansers and Inrlgorators Guaranteed to cure hoadaelie bilious nesq malaria iinil jaundice at Ionnyi Drug Store 23- eDickDont you like music t Tom Yes Im very fond of it Dick Then why dont you go and hear the ba d concert at Squire Hawkins T nBecause I like music Mrs WritupWhy did you discharge that nurse girl Mrs DeSwell She kicked poor little Fido just for biting the baby Women see without looking their husbands often look without seeing Des Noyers 250 REWARD For Information that will convict any one rujpnmlng on my furin Hunter take nrnlng IHTKVIH- HbelliyOlyKv HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE IN CRAB ORCHARD I have for sat twohnuje imil lots on Fair iround Htrect Trlllsmnd known on ni llcntlon Ill AS iUTTUHKlt rub Urlbnrd Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A tine blue greet fnrni for sale situated on new hike nur 1oint Leaven and six mill outh of Innciutcr containing ail oerr- sell located In 100 neighborhood oelng port of the John Wnlker truct with n hand IOU new twostory fvenroom reitdeno hereon recently complete with nil out building and good nw tiara Ioxae Well nteredttx never lulling tprlngt mid creek unnlne through TKHMH dish In hand balnnro one and two years from day ur woe Ijvurlng six per emt Interekl until paid Ieriont looking u r urh Iliac please title K M and Isitbello Wnlkrr living on arm nt Iolnt Uuvell or W U Walker itnuforil Ky Isabella I E M and W O Talker Iolnt I nvll Ky Indigestion DJpepsla1Urartburnhey are lymptomt only of a certain pedao- Terre lcknu t nothing else It WM this fact that lint cfirrectlr lid Dr Sboo In the creation of that now very popular Stomach ttmedr Dr Bhoout llettorotlre Going direct to the tUjmnch nerves alone brought that ruccetl an1 favor to Dr and hit Restorative With out that original and highly vital prtndpj no uth lasting accomplishments wereeverto behad For itomach distress bloating blUquineii bad ireath and tallow complexion try Shoopl tMtoratlre Tablet or and tea for leU what It can and will do We tell and cheep illy recommend Dr Shoops Restorative G L PENNYS DRUG STORE 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 pnrtuerihl woUfnlru to thnnk our ninny patrons for their liberal patronage and elk nit who life Indebted to ui to coil and settle nt once Hesp ct 1ltUlTTllKUH Good Business for Sale My stock of mer handle atcosteilicell atonce mid itlvi furthsiIsN11 ItoaMnrkibury Ky FOR SALE KlftjMlxncreiof 1lln rnMlaml In fin coin county on Hhulby Olty and IMII vlllo about am lnfinelocustostumIb lit preullt cultivation Ii n Ire tract of Inhd nm very ilcslrnblw for n ninll fnrni Gall on ul nddrew W M IIAIIUOM Junction City Ky McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Hnrrio Prors p 1exlen In nail maauMrn ran at O N ml JliirWo Moniiuivni FIemtU1as Wnrk nt ItmnMittlM IVtew tlllee awl Wok JIcKlnnry Ky Hbop MI on HatHnlny POSTED we whose name1 nppwtr l low rlety forbh kBBtlng B hlng or any kind of tree luiMlng OR our IrtNil will ptot law eutev1- of JWlOJIfShninohltrui Hen Mitruil MK Ijvwrvnce llitlli Curt JH Hooker J M retliu Tt 1U Morgan Ohanpell- Amandt Hohaeffr Orson JI Jloltlt law U W Mrs J F IMllliim It JIu1l1alll Peter Ibilmer Mr Kathy lots Ador MtwurA luxton Ashley t lItaunun JamesNOah J Nevln OnrtHr U Mllnrk Jotepli halloo Mr Ur Mr llnlnwi J HOninenTnvh 1r J nUnrimtir- Mr nIIItCarpenter VfV Mnrtln A M Ir JneItskldmnre- m Tlioumn VVrrlll I kl ilurton J It Hunch MU Illohnnl on Joie rh Hriut Mini Mitttlti llewvi llelchetlbaOh Ilrot Kiwi VonClruoniinn K Onlne All ert VonUrufiignn A T Traylor lllburnUooch N H Iltimtner Fred Uaumann Hlchnrd llMter- uw ley Dunn Henry Hester Will Heater It f Nunnellvy- W C Floyd JW Peck J Jnrvlt J W llniiKhniiin J K llrur NO cnnrge for examination orMienlltloal lv ItlIl1g rye by up to date initials Ite rrliitIonitlu to order set In nn orfItonstyle frallll mouutlngt nnd niHtortiil uunrnntwd worI charge oroderatu itantrnl IVIeplion IlulMlui IluetonviUc- Ky x uradimtWoptomeiryit Joseph 3244 Vol II It purebred nnd has been accepted for rg l try In the first volume of The America Tnmworth Hwlna Iteconl Association hoot under thu rule of the nttuxlntlon sad wit liuNniailunl ove Sire Ktlward No till dam Alexnndrn No Mire of HIre Mnpti p U1IR llruce No S damn of HlroCanndlai NollleSiUI Hire of dent Kentucky Ito No dan of drat lolden Day s No 1MI It Is well known that the Tnmworth Hwln le tin highest prlcuiwlno on the market 1I11lre Kdwnnl nt I years old sold for lijui hi dnm Alexandra weight Uti solo for Uo III weight SMat H month HI crosses well with every breed will stunt him lit II null JOHN lOOK Hinnfoid Ky DEAD GAME If you will brlngour flunJIRn1 Kevolver to me and let mo put thorn In ilritrlon condition I huge had years experience In that business I put new trundles on Razor Blades Forrols or Walking Canos and Repair Umbrellas Make n ipeclalty of fitting nil kind of key to nit kind of all kind repairing or bicycles and keep in tock all kind of bid clo repairs JIve me n trial and you will IJo satisfied OOIIK MAY WJN Third Ht Danville Ky Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchang TITLE CO No len acres on tbo Wnynosliuru pike near Highland 6room house torn nnd oth or orchard Thi proper ty outbulldlngLIIICC clloolhou Is wet worth the prlcoSIIO No 2160 acres 2miles South of Grab Or chard on the flute rond hat n two alorr house good born orchard anti is well water edi about 100 acres of this land is botton land and produces line crop A bargain lit IIGUQ K cash bulanco In one and two years Noatlgacres on lluck Greek near Wny trool11 house barn other out bulldliiiti plenty of water Cash price St wuNohOtlacre Level Oreun hock cn tlu county Ky This farm has n now T story frame nouiu would cot to built now tiiHX good barn crib dc located neat church and ichool Tillie n nice homo and Inn bo bought for stO per acre cash re cinder in 12 months No 61Kf the above farms acras In cultivation Dwelling of room good barn nnd other outbuilding nice or olmnd One of thebest s1 rings tll cOlin t jr rrlcetlJXJOjhnlfcnili imlnnce I and ynNo 61I acres adjoining fnnn No end WI acres In cultivation balance In Urn lMr load whltooak hickory and sonic fine edar Ilns yetory log Itasu sal hood oreb ml i well watered Onib price F No Tollcrel near Mnretiburg Ky IS icrexln cultivation house nrn and necessary outbuildings line water and BCbool church and It It station Irlce =1100 hi cash balance In ono and two years No 11211 ncroo near Conway Ky nearly of this farm is liottom Innd lino for corn tnd meadow very good dwelling house now nrn and other building on county roar a nllca from lleren College Onsh price ii- NoOo3ncres M on Drake Creek n mile from Oral Orchard Thi farm adjoins the ilke aulis apart of the Oeo Kvnns farm his Inline land and In good condition ni- lnceory building This Is u bargain at dO per aero NoI71 acres near Stanford ICy In nIce shape with all necessary hulldlngietc an bo bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to nil the oboe farm se or It Hughe or Jnntel I Ayblte Stanford Ky TheIEdetheimer Stein Co YaaaR RAINCOATSThe most necessary dressy and comforta ble garment a man uses today ishis Cravest nett or Raincoat Warm dry and light Our stock is full of real plums this time In price 10 to 25 rota tg11 H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY 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 Powderi Is Hard to Beat I Try It Only 25 Cents ree STANFORD DRUG CO t Union Suits ploys and Girls Union uitg in pram color or grey veilmade with twin needle stitch nt 25c Iliiyti Union Suits in tlio Vallastic Utica nmko at CO lGOti Girls Union S tAlliance ribbed very lliantl Messed at 50 and GOc Boys heavy fleeced Shirts and Drawers aV 25c per garment f P SEVERANCE SON STANFORD If STANFORD KY Nuv 15100 WiiKN you want to make your sole lion from largest and most upto date tine of poet cards go to Penny Drug Store t PERSONALS bills SAtiMi cTiIol Huitonvill with friends here Mtt AiiiuY M WATUIBN returned to Mobile Ala yesterday Mit jBOHcn D FLORVCB spunt several days in Louisville KEY J MURRAY TAYLOIt Is asstetln in a meeting near Moreland MRS W S DUNHAM spent lover days in Danville with iclativcs MRS Eo C WALTON is visiting hor sitters and brothers at Nashville MR JAMES T CARSON of Cinclnnat was hero yesterday to see our mer chantsMiss FLONNIE HAMMOND of Hubbl went up to MU Vernon Wednesday to t visit friends MRS J W COCKING and Miss Anna A Dayton of McKinnoy were here shop ping Tuesday Miss MATTIE SACRAY spent a rew days with her sister Mill Maggie tray in Danville MRS C T Bono c and son Mr C1 Bohon of Lebanon aro with relative j in tho West End CASIIIUR J W HUTCHISON of the Citizens Dank of Brodhead was In Loulsvlllo Wednesday MRS J W BROWN and Miss Hccn Baker of Mt Vernon wtro on Tue days train bound for Louisville Jot PAYNE orders his paper change from Corbin to Harrlman Tenn 110 has our thanks for some Harriman pi persMRS Russ DiLUON of Maywoot Lincoln county visited the family ol W U Dillion this weokLondo Sentinel MESSRS J C COULTER of Case and G A Hughes of McKinney went up to the mountains Wednesday nigh They aro looking after their timber In tcrests MR L B NUNNEUEY and wife wltl tell their household and kitchen furn turo at auction Saturday week 23rx and will move to Mr R C Nunnclloy1 at Peytons Well Mn C A COOK and family havo moved to this place from Lancastci 1rMr Cook is proprietor of tho Lancaster Paint Wall Paper Co and hido ing lots of work for our people LOCALS SEE W 11 Muellers ad MASQUERADE rink tonight LOOK at our Rochester Ware Window W H Higgins BROWN Leghorn roosters for sale at each S 11 Aldridge Stanford A CAR of coko leaving the track nenr Iarksvlllo delayed No 23 several hours man never sawfiner Fal weather than this Dry and cool am just tho kind to braco n fellow up J Tim moro observant saw some snowflakes Tuesday Ice nearly a quarto of an inch was seen in exposed places CENTRAL RSITYwill play th Kentucky University eleven on thi t u gridiron at Danville tomorrow Satur day A great game is expected rFROM the number of orders the rink management has had to reserve skates for tonights masquerade a big crowd will bo present Lots of fun is prom- Ised lION E W LILLARDS majority In his race for Representative of Boyle is 178 instead of 114 as first reported Doyle democrats outdid themselves this time ON account of tho arcityof money vro aro told that tho L N pay car will not make its rounds before about December Iqt Tho companys hereto fore promptness in paying its men makes them await its pleasure this time without kick ON Saturday Nov 23 at 10 A M I will sell to tho highest bidder my en 1tire lot of household goods and kitchen furniture consisting of bedabedateads tables carpets cook stove and all kitchen ware Other things too numer ous to mention L B Nunnelley Lan caster Street Go to tho Misses VanDoveer for styl- Ish and uptodato millinery LOST between Stanford anti McKi nay n package of nocktioe Thiomce AN entertainment by tho lIubblo school will be given Friday night Nov lath beginning at 780 oclock Lair between J Bf Lynns and Sam Mnthonys a plain gold etcmwlndli watch Howard A M Ponce Tine big jack and jennet sale of Mr Harbison of tho 1nrksvllle section ol Hoyle was called oft on account of tho scarcity of money LOTS of young peopieand some oM ones will take part in the masquerade rink tonight It promises to be II very amusing occasion Fon RENT Storeroom in lively Central Kentucky town Especial adapted for restaurant but good for any kind of merchandise business Living rooms above Apply or write to this ofllce TWENTY Mammoth Bronze Tom raised from a turkey that weighed u pounds at eight months for sale They are of the Landrigon Ferguson and Conger strain Mrs J E Lynn Stanford CAUTBR CAUOIIT Chief of folk Jones and Deputy Sheriff Wm flesh received a phone messago from Dar villa tho other nightstating that Wnltc Carter had sawed out of jail at thnt place and to be on tho lookout for him Tuesday morning tho above officers searched Macksville and found him at Greeny Hansforda He was locked up in jail here till Jailer Fitzgerald Rntl Chief of Police Logan Wood of Danville came for him Carter is hold for Obtaining monoy under false pretenses TUB hand of a has heal ily on Eld and Mrs Joseph Severance formerly of this place but now ol Frankfort and their many friends hero sympathize deeply with them On last Friday Mary Scott their bright five yearold daughter was suddenly take and on Wednesday Martha aged nine was also called hence Doctors are bullied as to the cause of their suddc taking away Mr and Mrs Will Set eranco went to Frankfort a few day ago and are giving all the consolation n devoted brother and sister can to the bereaved parents May Ho Who docs all things well help Mr and Mrs Sev eranco in their great distress n IN an interview with tho Frankfort Journal Senator R L Hubble talk hose sense as follows The action of the Democratic primary bound ever Democrat to Governor Bcckham for UnItcdStatcs Senator and I do not believe that there will be a single ore when tho time comes for tho election who will endeavor to got away iron that primary pledge This is tho tim of all times for Democrats to stand to bother Wo are at a crisis in our party and there should be no attcmp it reopening of old sores If we are to accomplish anything we Democrat nust stand together in our dark hour Kentucky is a Democratic State and it wont bo long till she will bo back in the old We will never got her back however if an effort is made to start a Ight against Deckham in tho party I im for him first last and all tho time and I havent a doubt In tho world but hat ho will beat his enemies within and without the party Tills PLAY PLEASESA Dangerous friend a stirring fiveact melodrama of city life opened at Hurts to two large houses While the situations arc ilovcrly worked out and tho villinn is test desperate the lack of shooting is noticeable The piece is altogether clean reducing alternately laughter and tears and should attract good houses- it the remainder of the week The fry is that of a country girl who is lured to tho city by her dangerous friend and there learns that she has been led into a trap Sho lives to cngo her betrayer and byjoining rj n detective causes the arrest on charges that would fill tho ordinary police blotter Violet Marsden shows her versa tlllty in every net Sho is pleasing in every respect and captured her audience from tho start Tho supporting company is capable Donald Groy as Jas Walker tho strategic detective is cs dally well received Toledo Blade Dont fall toseo A Dangerous Friend at Waltons Opera House Friday nJgh- tNov22 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 Dig chilly winds We can furnish you with any kind you wit and at reasonable prices Our hbbby is to see how good a garment wo can sell at 25c fOe and 8100 nETTER consult our posted before you go bunting today columnI TUB la thePresbyterian church will hold their annual bazaar on Satu day Doc M Further particulars la terWgsell the famous Kara Roas ed Coffee Try a pound Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded Geo D Hopper Tug Central Kentucky Real EstJ1to Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargai Write or apply for particulars and prices ESTRAYEDA palo red white Caced cow with white legs and points leCt my house last Friday Information leading to her recovery thankfully re celved T J11111 Sr Stanford MRS PATSY BROWN has rented and moved to tho Nunnelley residence on Logan Avenue and will make the place a retreat for the sick Sho has named it Tho New Joseph Price Infirmary Mrs Brown is a trained nurse and well up in that line Stanford has needed for some time just such an Institution as Mrs Brown has opened and we Jre diet that her efforts will be crowned with success Tilt case of James R Kennedy Cor killing Milt Estes Is still on trial It will bo remembered that Mr Kennedy was given a life sentence at the February term of court but tho court of aj peals gave him a new trial The fo lowing gentlemen compose the jury J R Bunch Elmoro Peterson W T Trimble W M Mudman A B Morgan J J Falconborry J M Reynold Morris Walls W H Singleton Day Burton S M Vanhook L W Mt Whorter The testimony was completed yesterday and today will be given to speaking MATRIMONIAL Charles Taylor of McCrdcken took laudanum because he could not marry his stepdaughter and may die Emmett McBco and Miss Emma J Yocum both of tho McKinney sectior will be joined heart and hand SundRY Miss Carlislo Chenault of Richmond and Hugh HJgbeo Bates of Cincinnati were married at Richmond Tuesday Mme Anna Gould has authorized a denial of tho reports that she is engaged to bo married to the Prince do Sagan or anyone else Mr F 0 Gooch ono of the cleverest young men in the Southern end of tho county was married Tuesday to Miss Nettie Ball a popular young lady of that section Mr Gooch is head salesman and bookkeeper for L G Gooch Son Our old bachelor friend Mr Gcorg W Hunn of tho firm of Uunn Col fey Moreland has at last taken unto himself a helpmeet That he got a goo ono will bo admitted when itIs told lhnt 10 married Miss Erma White daughter of Mr Isaiah White of tho West End Sho Is a most excellent young woman pretty and very popular Mr ilunn is ono of thobest young men In our acquaintance Ho is successful in business hasnt a bad habit and is gentleman in all tho word means Wi congratulate him and his and wish then a long and useful married life HIGHLAND Mr Hughes visited his old homo in Sarrard last week Mrs Coyle ot Ohio after spending several days with her daughter Mrs H Hatfield has gone to visit relatives at Berca J B Floyd has moved to the Mik Floyd place Jako Young has moved to tho Rich Young house Wm Long has moved to the E E Young place An 18months old child of Mr and Mrs Jako Young was very seriously and perhaps fatally burned Wednesday while its mother was away from tho Mills ana son of London who bought tho Greenburg place have moved into our midst Miss Mary Adams bought of her brother Squire Adams tbe house and 20 acres of land lying near Hen Baughs farm Mrs Sallie B Walls is visiting her sister Mrs Goodpaster near Lexington Miss Zora Baugh is attending school at College Madison county Mr and Mrs Cummings of near Level Green visited tho amily of J C EI- der Mrs D McGuffy went to see her daugbtcr Mrs Young at Crab Orch 1 ard Sunday John Reed Jr has oneI to Ohio in search of work Young and George Walls have goneI near Lexington to work in Mrs Higgins and Miss Vanhook or Pulaski have been visiting Misses Ruth and Docia Vanhook Ben Chestnut after spending a few days with his mother and sisters has returned to Somerset i The flnest Coffee Substitute over made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racint Wts You dont have to boil it 20 or 30 minute Made in a minute says Iho doctor Health Coffee is roally tho closest coffee Imitation over yet produced Sot a grain of real coffee in it oithoi Health coffee imitation is made from pure toasted cereals or grains with malt nuts etc Really it would 1001 an export wore he to unknowing drink it for coffee Pennys Drug- Store a 1mnfraidsaid Mrs Subbubs that Ill have to discharge my new girl Whenever I give her any orde she never listens at all How odd exclaimed Mrs Naybor My girls quite the other way She listens all the time IndeedYes tho keyhole Philadelphia Press WANTED I lV llvml ntHtiinfortl next week IeW Boa turkeys Ht us dare telling- NOllTltrOTT HAOAN Farm For Rent I I with to rent Itt once tho It O Colllt tuna of W ncres neat Owlar Onek Llncoli county Aliln T1IOMAH COLMK1I- Htutlon A isoiiifmat Ky STOREHOUSE AND MERCHANDISE FOR SALE I I desire to Mtl privately my itnrc lioiit und splendid stock of morchnmiia e nl Iledges llle MOlt of tho goods Ire nor nml the licitnil M to utoncv IIrs Jog HUm llcuguvllle Ky STORE ROOM IN STANFORD FOR SALE i II not told privately I willsell nt public auction nt lW r DKCKMllKllV IRff County court dry the n w VnnPeveo storeroom In Jlouso lllock Htnn font It U oecupled b the postolllco and II the moat contrtilly located utoivrooiu lu town living directly opposite the court home mid on Muluitrcet store roofl has oldtt room and n splendid biisoment rue lot on which the room stands runs be rend the Ht Asnph creek and there h nbundnnt lor n Inrge warehouse v1Ilalsosellatsnntetlmetuacresof knot land MIIW MATTIK V KIItU Stanford Ky i PUBLIC SALE Ohllll term I will lit my place thecral3rchanlTUESDAY NOV W IW7 noil nil of my pmonn property to the high ist bidder at follows One three ynrol in lire well broke yearling colt good ubilk row will be fresh In uhrUllriI rub her tire runabout good buck bonrtl on1 riding disc cults vntor and otllcr fnrmlng Implement household and kitchen furniture narior organ l church organ dining room table hairs good cook stove and many other thing not herein detailed n lot of hay ntu draw baled stack unbnlcd lot of saws Hnle will begin promptly nt 10 oclock Terms made known on day of tiile- WDNKWLAND JP ChamllerAuctlomHr Masquoraao- SKATIN t RINK ToNight Dig Masquerade Kink tonight Skates galore Como and enjoy yourself A handsome pair of skates wil1bo- given away to the best masked person Doors open at 730 oclock Stanford Rink Club Ladies Union Suits Ribbed fleeced at 35c and SOc Ladles set enug Union Suite button across or down front soft as velvet at 81 Ladies Oneita Union Suits at 81 Ladies set snug pants and vests all sizes regularaif f extra 50c per garment Ladies Peeler Vesta and Pants at 25c per garment Mens Fleeced or Heavy Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers 45 nnd 60c Ilansdowa Fleece Shirts and Drawers at 75c South East Corner Main and Depot Streets Underwear Childrens Pants and Vests 10 to 25 cents Childrens Union Suits 25 to 50c Ladies Pants and Vests 25 35 and 50 cents Ladies Union Suits 50 75c and Setsnug garments are the best madea specialty with us TRIBBLE HUGHES Goods NotionslShoes jDry Phone 156 Opera 1STANFORD TROHER 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 andif you wear it until it is worn out it 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 TI7 E Perkins Crab Kentucky Orchard The Lid I The Lid I The Lid I I It is off on prices at the Emporium at Huetou ville Wo aro price fighters Your Lid Do sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We hnvo elected the cream of the market for you Come and be convinced in this line We undersell everybody QLOAKS Ladies Misses and Childrens We can please you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from suit all We carry n 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 ou have been BO disappointed Try ME27 years selling Shoes Our fall and Winter stock is now full andcomplete Como and inspect our tuck I know lean do you good Yours for fair exchange HAS WHEELER the Price Fighter The KARAVAN is herenot in Cages but in Packages Geo De Hoppers Stanford Ky 11 The Interior Journal t Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford cui MeomicioM matter- 1VBLItef11D TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY flOO PER YEAR CAS When not 10 paid IJOO will be charge L tN TINE THBLE No South 1121 P x No south 1180 P X f No H North 431 A x NorfNorthYt1T v t t JOS S RICE Agent Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR f Livery Feed and Sals Stable k l Lancaster Ky i NOTICE I Anyone needing n Union Jnck and Wire Ftretchercan leave their order with T D Newland at Htanford lie hal one be willi bow you and take your order and wilt l the same on short notice BTMJNBFOHD B D CARTER Now Liver Depot StreetPhone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in i the Owaley Building J L Beazley Co UndertaKers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY- J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Ihone Home hone 85 HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people lu the United States bit re not beard of tbe Oourler Journal Democratic to all things fair In all thing clean In all things It U esientlally a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to ot fer the WEEKLY COURIEBOUKNAL one year and thus paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for tbe com bination to USLIot tc the courlerlourDalt J FARMERS DEPARTMENT Lutes Lynn bought a carload of hogs at Sic E R Woods bought a lot of hogs of 41cI among the corn rlFOR SALE16 small shoats Mrs 25000dPoland China and Berkshire boar weighs 350 pounds at 18 months for sale W H Popples Stanford tt R No4 FOR SALE17 Bargain Counter steer calves and five yearling steers J C Bailey J W Guest Crab Orch ard Ky I want tosell an extra mule jack and a standard bred Wilkes stallion 7 jen nets and four colts 75 or 80 bushels of orchard grass seed B B King More land Ky 3t A red roan cow with chain tied to her came to my place some six weeks ago Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep J B WitI liams Mt Salem The tobacco buyers of Owensboro have signed a request to growers not to deliver tobacco in Owensboro before December 16 It is stated in the request that currency to make settlements canI not be obtained before that date It isI thought that this move will put an end to the trouble that has been brewing and give the factions a chance to get together IN MEMORIAM Mrs Martha Reynolds formerly wife of James Hilton died at her home in Middlesboro Monday Nov 4 Her remains were brought to Stanford Tuesday afternoon and interred in Goshen cemetery by the side of her husband who departed this life nix years ago She leaves six children to mourn the loss of a good and kind mother De ceased was sick several weeks with a severe case of typhoid fever When seemingly much better and able to sit up she took a sudden relapse and lived only a few days Mrs Hilton was a hard working woman No one ever had greater resolution and was more Industrious than she We extend deep sympathy to her bereaved children but greater do we extend our sympathy to the three little boys at home How sad it was to return home and no mother there Home has no cheerfulness no brightness when mother is gone Weep not dear children mother is resting Only look away to the distant future It will not be long until we all must go Strive to live better lives and closer to God Then you shall again see dear mother in that beautiful home beyond the skies where no farewells are ever said A FRIEND Lingering Cold Withstood Other Treatment But Quickly Cured By Chamber lains Cough Remedy Last winter I caught a very severe cold which lingered for weeks says J Urquhart of Zephyr Ontaria My cough was very harsh and dry The local dealer recommended Chamber lains Cough Remedy and guaranteed It rio I gave It a trial One small bot tie of It cured me I believe Chamber lains Cough Remedy to be the best I have ever used This remedy is for sale by all Druggists In 1004 there were 2161570 miles of public road in the United Stntesofw- hich 714 per cent had been imprpv ed Of these improved roads 108233 miles were surfaced with gravel 38622 miles with stone and 6810 miles with such materials as shells sand clay oil and brick In the whole country there h 073 mile of road per square mile of or one mile of road to every 35 inhabitants and one mile of im proved road to 492 inhabitants In 1904 the expenditure on public roads Including cost of bridges was 80000000 A Reliable Remedy For Croup Mrs S Roslnthal of Turner Mich- Igan says We have used Cham erlains Cough Medicine for our selves and children for several years md like It very much I think it Is he only remedy for croup and can highly recommend It For sale by ill Druggists The attempt to work up interest in the project to build a tunnel across the English channel has failed again This scheme Is brought up every few years and the prospects of Its success were greater on the last occasion than ever before The New Pure Food and Drug Law Wo are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs olds and lung troubles U 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 tits O L Penny Int Franklin county Millard Shaw iged 10 Vas shot and killed by Leonard Whittington a cousin while hun- tling John Veatch aged 80 fell and broke his neck in Grayson county I Dancing Proves Fatal Many men and women catch colds at dances which terminate in pneumonli and consumption After exposure If F oleys Honey and Tar Is taken ft will break up a cold and no serious result need bo feared Refuse any but thf genuine In a yellow packago O L Penny A dry hole resulted from the firs 2000foot well to be drilled by the Cum berland Natural Gas Company on the Hawn tract in Knox county Neither oil nor gas was found in the test Other wells will be drilled Trial Catarrh treatments Ire bolnj mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wls These tests are proving to tho people without a pew nys cost tho groat value of this scientific prescription known to drug gists everywhere as Dr Shoops Ca tarrh Remedy Sold by Pennys Drug Store The government or Spain has just started in to foster its agricultural dustry by sending touring lecturers over the country FOR RENT 63 acres bottom land on the Htanford A Huitouvllle pike nt llustonvlllo dlouH and lot good barn and outbuildings 13 acrei in Timothy ntoaduw the balance to oobluthe3tiuxLLAA1ITYIOR U No I Wlllliburg Washington Ky Peoples Cure for Stomach Ills It would be folly to say that a person should always be his own doctor are one cannot be too Quick in consulting a competent and reliable physician but the fact does remain that there are many ailments that can be cured at home at very little expense Such remedies can be bought at any firstclass drug store for a small rum Among the diseases that can be effectively treated at home are such as pertain to the stomach liver and bowels like constipation dyspepsia biliousness latulencr sour stomach bloated stomach sick beadaches heartburn etc For these troubles there Is no better remedy than Dr CAldwell Syrup Pepsin the neat herb laxative compound led among tie staunchest friends aro the doc ton themselves in such troubles they know they have nothing better to over than the In rredlents contained in this remedy and hence the liberal ones advise their patlenu to take It It often happens that at the commencement if an attack some people hesitate to take such a ample remedy and run to a doctor but ratter trying various doctors they anally take or 2 ld cUs Syrup Iepiln and have their conn fence rewarded by a cure A rood case In point Is that of Mr Herrln of LawrencoTllle ilL who suffered from what tho doctors called ca ant of the stomach He was given up to die IT three leading physicians lie had no appe Ute couldnt dleeit what little he did eat had leren pains In the stomach and finally mo dieUnlmatelySyrup Pepsin and did so awl now be U en rel1 cured and has rained 15 rounds lie naturally idflses all sufferers from weak stomach to use lL It can be had In M cent Cod f bottles and results are absolutely guaranteed or money U bottle today and watch results within to try DrCald fREE TESTThoseSymPtom belonDmr Inr CM hm a frtetample botJlleftt to their boml t y itMrttsInr tile comMity TNaolfrlstapreweatther- emedy do at clahn and It only torn to tftot ncvtf taken It Send for It If you hays say of stomach fttr or bowel disease Gentlest oldlaksPUBUO VERDICT Laxative so Good at CAIDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN TMi 1VOduclI bean purity piarantee No 17 VUiMnitmi PEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Caldwell Bldg Montloolle III INSURANCE Tire Lightning Wlnd and aeoldent the HTItOrklKMT Inc BUBTOotupnnlei Represented Lowest Ioi Hole Rates Loss raring lien irdOnegualled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No U 50 Years An Agency5 The oldest in Central Ken my Rates beforeInsuring Nothing but firstclass Companion Repro lien tcQ Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY GIVE ME YOURORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU bu rendy iimito clothing when lucre liio little difference In the price of ready- made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have n handsome line of Foil unit Winter goods I San make from a low price business sun to the nneitdrcii suit Ovcreoatl Trous in and Fancy Vests The company I rep tent Is iccond to none II O HUlLIoY The TftllorJI Fruit and Orna mental Trees IShrubs Grape tines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Cat iloguc on application 11 F HIUKXMIYKU it Boss- Lexington Ky RIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Vleo Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Rugs Matting Picture Frames Shades Loco Curtains md Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 THERE MUST BE SOME REASONWHY A DANGEROUS FRIEND IS GIVING SUCH- GENERAL SATISFACTION 1 AS YE SOW 30 SMALL YE REAP II YES r THERE IS ITS REALLY GOOD AND ONE OF THE BEST IN ITS CLASS THAT TELLS L THE STORY USUAL PRICES WILL PREVAIL Waltons Opera House November 22 Call and see this one It will cnvo you tune money and worry No more laborious work about the kitchen When you install an Ifd TRIO RANGE cooking becomes an interesting pleas- ureGEORGE H FARRIS IwJzo Makes XTRAGOOD WE always like to know all we can about the makers who produce the clothes we offer you and wed like you to know about them too Q One of the main reasons we sell XTpAooQp is the fact that they are made by Ederheimer Stein Co Chicago in the most modern and re markable tailor shops ever built in large clean buildings specially erected and fitted for t making clothes better and differ L ent than others have done or are doing t H G Beside the longer wear your boy will get out of XTRArQQDf the better appearance and more perfect fit that youll appreciate Its en ad vantage to know theyre clean wholesome as well aa Thlidmost durable reliable BoykoaesteeoaemicalOvereat Is an XIMS22D Arel7 to 17 Prices S to 12 H J Stanford Kyi Stock This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford In lill then Us tbs National Hank ot Btaforo1lD 1464 and again reorganized as the rlrst National JJa ik of Stanford la 1111 baring bad practically an uolnter rnpted existence for 41 years It 1s better supplied now with facilities for transact lag business promptly and well than ever before In Its long bud honorable cares of and Cor ta I McROBERTS Stanford Kentucky JI First National BankCapital 550000 reorganised Recounts Individuals Fiduciaries porations Solicited Officers ti J3 t noOKKK Press BT lUnilli V Pre 11 MOKOUFUTH obr W D WKAUENAiitObri Dlr8otorjre V Reid lUnTllls T Harris Stanford J Hocktr Stanford K L Tanner UcKlnnay M D Elmore Stanford 511 llaugbman Mtaoforfi T P Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J n llaucbman Stanford J MPottus Stanford 0 K Tate Stanford u the Cincoln County national Bank or Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO c Surplus 2600000IS H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIERI J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSt J B Owsloy Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford V II Shanks Stanford W O Walker TraylorGilbertsII Cummins Preachersville L G Gooch Wayncsburg Ky When you think of Roofing think of ALDRIDGElo When you think of ALDRIDGE think of Roofing I The best ROOF PAINT furnished and put on M f S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky a