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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I THE INTERIOP JOURNAL i ItMATRIMONIAL Joseph Baugh and Miss Ada Young were made ono at Mrs Margare Youngs Sunday Mr and Mrs Thomas A Hoover of Wilmore celebrated the GOth annivcr sary of their marriage a few days ago Judge J S Owsloy performed his fret marriage Saturday when he join ed heart and hand Eugene Frances mi MIss Susie Dabney Tho ceremony Is said to have been a most impresslvi oneIn a divorce suit filed at Redford Ind Edith Logan a bride of a week charges that she was forced to marry to save the life of her lover whoso lif was threatened unless she would fngrci i to marry her present husband IIiTho court of appeals decided that oven If a man believed ho had been di vorcctl from hla wife no plea could bo made against conviction for bigamy up on his second marriage when the facts showed he had not been divorced Mrs Ophelia Dunn a handsome wid ow andW A Price a wealthy farm cr both of Garrard were married at the Christian church at Lancaster Eld F M Tinder performing the ceremony The bride is tho mother of Miss Ethel Dunn of the Stanford Graded School faculty and he groom a brother of Dr A S Price of this place Biliousness Ana Constipation For years I was troubled with bil iousness and constipation whlchraado life miserable for me My appetite failed mo I lost my usual force and vitality Pepsin preparations and ca thaities only made matters worso I do not know where I should have been today had I not tried Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets The tablets relieve the lit feeling at once strengthen the digestive functions hclplng the system to do Its work nat v urnl1yMrs Hoia Potts Ulrmlng ham Ala These tablets are for sale b all druggists In accordance w custom and tho I proclamation of tho President of tho United States I hereby appoint Thursday November tho 23th as a day of Thanksgiving and prayer throughout tho Commonwealth It la expected on that day that all of our people shall re frain from their usual business employ ments and give thanks to tho Allwise Ruler who has so generously blessed us as a nation and who has so bountifully i provided for us Thus reads Gov Dcckhams Thanksgiving proclamation A Hard Debt to Pay I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be paid off writes O S Clark 1J of Westfield Iowa for my rescue fI from death by Dr Rings New Dis covery Hath lungs were so seriously a ttcc tod that death seemed imminent when I commenced taking New Dis covery Tho ominous dry hacking cough quit before tho first bottlo was t used and two moro bottles made a complete euro Nothing has over equaled Now Discovery for coughs colds and all throat and lung com plaints Guaranteed by Penny Drug Store SOo and 91 Trial bottlo free Returning confidence makes tho finan clal outlook brighter than it has been for a weak and the only thing that is causing trouble now Is the tendency to hoard currency Henry Clews in his weekly letter says that tho person wh- regarded o hoards money now should be aa a traitor Millions of gold is now on ta way to this country and will help to relieve tho situation It turns out that the county from which tho Powers Jury was ordered to be summoned was flooded with the arch conspirators book containing his nrgu j t ments for himself This seems to bean attempt on his part to muddy tho streams of justice as accused tho sheriffs of doing Frankfort Journal I4ntWhen you a lln Iment try Chamberlains Pain Balm It has no superior for sprains and swellings A piece of flannel sllghtjy dampened with Pain Balm is superior to a plaster for lamo back or pains in the side or chest It also relieves rheumatic palnsand makes sleep and rest possiblo For sale by all Drug gists iThe water wagonr wins in old Kentucky The State has gone Re publican and dry The moon Is dark alasl there is no moonshine so my oldKentucky home goodbyeN- Y Herald rrA man in Ohio has started a boom for Augustus E Willson for the Republi can nomination for President and Mays Republicans aro joining in the Iville I Stricken with apoplexy a tow hou- rs1after arriving in Philadelphia former Judge William R Brower of Balti more was found dead in his roomat a hotel tc CHURCH MATTERS Rev A R Abernathy of Louisville has accepted a call to the Baptist church at Lancaster Rev Jy E Payne one of tho best known young ministers in Southern Kentucky is dead at Glasgow Rev Martin D Hardin son of Gen P Wat Hardin has been called to the pastorate of tho Third Presbyterian church in Chicago Next Sunday Will be childrens day at the Christian church The exercises will begin at1Ol5 A et A pleasing program has been arranged Rev Hugh McLellnn hat returned from Georgetown where he closed a twooweeks It resulted In tho addition of 51 souls to the Georgetown Christian church and was therefore fruitful in a largo degree Richmond Register The protracted meeting at tho Meth odist church is increasing dally in Inter est Sunday night the house was so crowded that all could not be seated The singing is complimented by all The new song book seems to be very popular with the singers Services at 230 r M and G5Q r M every day Rev J L Ynndell will preach this Tuesday afternoon at 230 oclock Tho pastor who Is doing the preaching Insists on every ono singing It will do anyone good to hear such singing When the 8to cheart or kidney nerves get weak then these organs always fall Dont drug tho stomach nor stimulate the heart or kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a prescription known to druggists ev erywhere as Jr Shoopa restorative The restorative Is prepared expressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr Shoopa rc toratlve tablets or liquid and see how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Haelne Wis Your health is surely worth this sim pie test Pennys Drug Store A Methodist Minister Recom mends Chamberlains Cough Remedy We have used Chamberlains Cough Homed in our homo for seven years and it has always proven to be a re liable remedy Wo have found hatlt would do more than the manufactur ers claim for It It in especially good for croup and whooping cough Kov Jas A Lewis pastor Mllaua Minn M E church Chamberlains Cough Remedy is sold by all Druggists We do not understand how the recent democratic defeat can be ascribed to Gov Beckham lIe has done moro for tho party in thq last few years than many of his enemies He is tho nomi nee of tho party for United States Sen ator and we consider dll democratic Representatives bound by the primary to support him the CourierJournal to the contrary notwithstanding Blue Grass Clipper Tho tlnost Coffee Substitute over made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Haolne Wls You dont have to boil it 20 or 30 minutes Made In a minute says tho doctor Health ColTeo is really tho closest coffee Imitation ever yet produced Not a grain of real coffco In It either Health coffee imitation is mado from puro toasted cereals or grains with malt nuts etc llqally it would fool an oxportworo ho to unknowingly drink it for coffee Pennys Drug Store Crazed temporarily as tho result of financial disturbances during tho last month or two Luclan Underwood professor of botany at Columbia Univer sity Now York attempted to kill hilt entire family and after cutting his wifes throat ended his own life tabbing himself under tho right car A Significant Prayer IIMny tho Lord hole you make Bucklons 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 Boston earth for sores burns and wounds 25c at pennys Drug Store Fort Booncsboro tho Kentucky build ing at the Jamestown Exposition is wanted by a prominent Louisville man for a residence and he has offered to buy it from tho Kentucky commission He has made a formal proposition and it will bo considered by the members of the commission This is Worth RememberIng As no one IB Immune every person should remember that Foleys Cure will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond tho roach of medicine rR S Rather mayor of Huntsville Texas while brooding over illhealth shot himself through the heart and ex pired in a few minutes NEWS NOTES Bay St Louis Miss suffered a 200000 fire Six workmen were killed by a train a a grade crossing in Milwaukee Fire in the business district of Tun nolton Ind caused a loss of 50000 A Statutory Prohibition bill passed tho Alabama House of Representatives- J B Thomas cashier of tho bank of Albany Mo committed suicide in Kan sas City Firo threatened the entire business district of Parsons Kan destroying 200000 worth of property Pearl Allen tho flve year old daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Harvey Allen was burned to death at their home at 25 persons were injured two fatally ando dwelling house was torn to pieces by an explosion of natural gas in Pittsburg Mrs Evelyn Romadka a wealthy woman of Milwaukee Wls was given a prison sentence in Chicago for burg lary and larceny Michael McCabe who had been en tombed in the Draper mine for 87 hours was rescued He was barely alive when brought to the surface Charles T Barney president of the of the Knickerbocker Trust Co which recently closed its doors committed suicide at his home in New York city Bradstreets Review of the ex potts of grain shows that tho exports of wheat last week were the largest for any week in five years except for ono week In November 1905 Tho directors of the Jamestown Ex position unanimously accepted a committee report favoring keeping tho ex position open next year provided 200 000 can be raised by popular subscrip tion Tho Puppy Derby race of the Na tlonal Fox Hunters Association resulted In the silver cup being awarded to Rcthfa owned by Capt WS Bell of Tennessee for endurance speed and drivingThe Georgia Court of Appeals in a decision in a damage suit against an electric roll way holds that a com mon carrier docs not fulfill its legal duty until it provides a seat for each It passengerI that within a few years Kentucky will be the second largest coal producing State in the Union said C J Norwood of the Kentucky Geological Survey at the Commercial Club meeting in Louisville a few days agoA new idustrial trust which is in tended ultimately to control the zinc mining and manufacturing business of the country has been organized in Chi cago by the consolidation of tho leading mining interests of the Wisconsin and Missouri districts The Yale bulldog won over the Princeton Tiger on the football field at New Haven Conn with a score of 12 to 10 Thirtyfour thousand football enthusiasts saw tho hardest fought game of the year the result being in doubt until the referees whistle blew the final time- secretary Cortelyou was the principal speaker ut a reception given by tho Merchants Association of Now York Referring to the financial situation Mr Cortelyou declared that the weak points had been strengthened and If any man had been guilty of viola tiotl of trust that made him amenable to the law the people might feel con fident that the processes of law Would bo invoked On the question of currency reform Mr Cortelvou advised njalnst illconsidered legislation saying that panic in legislation is worse even than panic in business What is needed is fewer and better laws and better enforcement of them he declared He Fought at Gettysburg David Parker of FayettoN Ywho lost a foot at Gettysburg writes Electric Bitters have done mo more good than any medicine lover took For several years I had stomach trouble and paid out much money for medicine to little purpose until I began taking Electric Bitters I would not take esoo for what they have dono for InOII Graqd tonic for tho aged and for female weaknesses Great al terative and body builder sure cure for lame back and weak kidneys Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 50o Taking an unbiased view of the fight tho CourierJournal has been making upon Gov Beckham or to a man up a tree it looks like Mr Watterson would like for the people of the State to suddenly discover senatorial timber behind his shirt front Livingston Ban nero We have secured the agency for Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup the new laxative that makes the liver lively purifies the breath cures headache and regulates the digestive organs Cures chronic constipation Ask us about It G L Penny HUSTONVILLE Y W Burton sold to James Yowell 40 300 pound cattle at 512 JImmie Jones is at home from school pt Georgetown until after tho holidays The Husonvillo CommercialClub will hold business meeting on Thursday evening it Mr H R Camnitz came home from Cincinnati Saturday for a few weeks vacation Mrs C H Marcum of Louisville visited her sister Mrs R F Tyree last week Mrs Ella Sir Evan of Ohio mother pf our music und elocution teacher at the graded school is her guest Mr and MM A C Thomas of Dan ville were guests of Wm McKinney and family Saturday and Sunday The ladies of theBaptist church will have n rummage sale next Saturday beginning at 1 r M in the rooms oppo site Dr Barkers Kyle and Horace Bohon have bought the sp Icndid farm adjoining Memphis Junction four miles south of Bowling Green for 22000 James Yowell bought 200 barrels of corn from Sam Eads at 225 delivered This seems to be about the price at which corn has settled since the de cline Miss Lora Bohon has returned from a twomonths trip West Horace Bo hon left Friday for California and Ari zona on a business trip for the Ken tucky Wagon Co Services at the Presbyterian church at Hustonvillo next Sunday morning and night Morning subject A Three Fold Vision evening subject The Passing of Israel It Mrs Amanda Edwards of Fryes Creek dropped dead Wednesday evening She was 56 years old and a devout Christian Deceased was a sister of Mrs G W Brown The subscription list for stock in the Danville Hustonville Scottsville rail road will be circulated this week For full information call on Mr Charles Wheeler and put your name down for stockThe ladies of the Baptist church will on the evening of Nov 27 in the room opposite Dr Barkers serve hot chocolate and wafers They will also have a fine assortment of home made candies saleThe great California Show with the Wonderful Ritchics and Merry Macks will hold tho boards at Alcorns Opera House Hustonville tonight Wednes day and Thursday nights Its a great show and you should see it W D Hocker was at home Sunday from his work in Lawrenceburg Judge Aaron of Liberty passed through here Sunday enroute to Louisville Squire John Ellis and daughter Miss Sudle spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs John A Blain Williams Co have a splendid 150 acre blue grass farm for sale at a bar gain if sold quick It is three miles from town on a pike and in fine neigh borhood The place is beautifully sit uated with good buildings everlasting water well fenced and the owner not living here wants to sell bad Write or phone Williams Co Terms to suit purchaser The shipments of stock from hero on Saturday were one car of 1100pound cattle by James Yowell to Cincinnati for which he paid 4Jc He has on hand live loads of 1300pouud cattle Lutes Co shipped two cars of butcher cattle John Lynn two cars Of cattle Geo Cunningham one car of butcher cattle D C Allen one car of same All went to CincinnatiOn evening 27th at Al corns Opera House tho Junior mem bers of the elocution class of tho Hus tonvillo Graded School will presentthe charming operetta Cinderella In Flow erland or tho Lost Ladys Slipper On the same evening the Senior mem bers will present an amusing force A number of specialties will also be intro duced Dont forget the date Nov 27 Admission 15c 25c reserved seats 35c Ticket will be on sale next week Col J F Allen of the Danyille Huatonvilio Scottsvillo railroad re turned from the East Friday and re ports a decidedly improved condition in the financial flurry there Ho thinks that within 30 days it will all have pass ed and tho means with which to fur nish his contractors to employ several hundred men teams etc will as promised be received and his fondest hopes qt last realized He will visit Stanford this week in the interest of his road Appendicitis Is due in a largo measure to abuse of the bowels by employing drastic pur gatives To avoid all danger use only Dr Kings New Life Pills the safe gentlecleansers and invigorators Guaranteed to cure headache bilious ness malaria and jaundice at Pennys Drug Store 25c Theears of a child seldom change as it develops into an adult but after middle age they sometimes grow larger The approaching XMAS will be the 7th time that I have solicited the patronage of the people of this section and it has been and is now my aim to convince you of the excel lent value in my goods and if something in the line of Watches Jewelry Gold and Silver Novelties Etc is required you will find there is more than average Beauty more than average Quality more than average Value in these goods W H MuellerSTANFORD IKY C- DIF 0 tI 1 0 0 cOoJO1Cofit J Ic o- fv000 iy JQ 1J 3 c CDIiD gCD W n C or J J = IIf I 3 A till Co O- Dalo4 3Q S J F eng r 1J 1E 0a 0 e CDI 3 C oro = E t0- N n I fj 0 I II ro 1 fODI SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc Hog iloxilollollisa Meat Cutters Sausage Stuf fers Butcher Knivesc J W H HIGGINS Stanford L Kentucky J Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Varnishes School Supplies Best Poor Finish RENULAC W B McRobertsDRU661S Nom PEMOXAL supervision given to alljPreacriptions compounded r r The Interior Journal E WALTON = JOHN J MOSER is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln counti 0 mWect to tbe action ol the party M BRUCE for inner of M ount- ablect II a cnndhlnte of the Uemocrntlo to the action 4party JAMES Co HAYS for Jnller of Litieotn coulltiIs cnndhlnte 0of the to the nctlon subject DCALLEN coun ncatidldnte for Assessor of It nlnn of tie tlIIocrotlo- t ty subJeCt to the partyA i I STRONG fight will be made beCore t make theto the Incoming Congress District of Columbia dry The re formers have prepared their bli1n viRoYoua one and adopted it They wthave scores of Representatives and Senators ready to introduce it even competing for the privilege Moreover they declare that with the ProI hibition sentiment everywhere ram pant they will force the measure through Congress by threatening to expose at home each statesman who refuses to support reform for the Capital city The statesmen frank admit it looks darkor dryfo Washington They dont care to of constituents by standing out against a dry Washington and they find that they have nothing to lose by supporting the prohibition measure As prepared the bill prohibits the sale or manufacture or giving away of intoxicating liquor In the District AT Nashville last week there was a gathering of representative Democrats to set on foot an organize effort to bring about the nommatio of a Southern man as the next Dem dcratic candidate for President There is no reason why the South should not name the candidate There are score of men worthy and capable anda reunited country should no longer consider geographical lines in the selection of a candidate The best Democrat and the best and most available man should be named no matter if he comes from Maine or Texas WITH an eagle quill pen Preslden Roosevelt at 1016 oclock Saturday signed the proclamation that made Indian Territory and Oklahoma a State named Oklahoma No ceremony at tended thelsigning the effect of whit was to put in motion the State machin ery at Guthrie Okla which owing tp the difference in time turned its firs 0 wheel at 9 oclock The pen will be turned over to Gov Frantz who wil deliver Itto the Historical Society of the new State TilE exchange editor of the Louis ville Times should be more careful in giving credit to articles clipped from other newspapers The Times of last Monday contained two notices criticis ing certain prominent Democrats of Kentucky and credited to this paper Na such notices ever appeared in the Journal Jessamine Journal One of the articles complained of urged the defeat of Gov Beckham for U S Sen ator Very likely the Times intended to credit it to the bolting CourierJour nal V TilE fact that the Legislature is dem ocratic onlyby a small margin will have the effect of solidifying the democratic members and will make them stand together as one man This will cause them to support democratic measures and nominees and Gov Beckham will be elected United States Senator with out any trouble whatever COL E W LILLARD of Danville wants to bo speaker of the House and his many friends in this neck of the woods would like to see him land the place He is not only a dyed in the wool democrat but the cleverest kind of a gentleman and is well equipped for the honor he aspires THAT former county attorney of Bar ren Thomas I Underwood must be a peach He has been disbarred for sell ing whisky illegally and accepting a bribe to shield witnesses etc etc From the bar to the pen should be the course of such a degenerate skunkl TilE monument which will be erected to the memory of William Goebel has been completed and the committee which had its construction in charge at a meeting in Frankfort decided to hold the ceremonies unveiling it in May the exact date to be fixed later POLITICAL The campaign for Statewide prohibition in Tennessee was opened Saturday at Nashville Mayor Torn L Johnson of Cleveland announces that under no circumstances r will hobo a candidate for the demo cratic nomination for president Gov Gillette of California has issued a proclamation calling a special session of the Legislature to consider measures in connection with the money stringenty f I 4 WashingItonley of Louisville will appointed to a place on the Ways and Means Com- mittce of the coming Congress Secretary William Howard Taft has reached Vladivostok on his return trip home lie will call on Emperor Nicholas of Russia Dec 4 leaving St Petersburg the next day and sailing early in December for America Chairman Thomas Taggart of the Democratic National Committee has issued a call for a meeting of the members of the committee at French Lick Nov 22 The time and jriace for thO next national convention be info mally discussed i Gov Haskell of Oklahoma has issued a call for the first meeting of the Legislature for Dec 2 but in his proc lamatiorl left the place of meeting blank and it is understood that unless Guthrie makes suitable Arrangements for house ing the Legislature these meetings will beheld elsewhere g Itwas definitely decided that the inauguration of Augustus E Willson on Tuesday December 10 will take place without the militia of the State takini any part in the ceremonies as formerly the reason being that there is no fund available at the present time to defra the expenses of the soldiers Gov Beckham has lost none of his popularity and his oldtime enemies of a reptilian Press who are gloating over what they hope for and term his wan- Ing political fortunes are rejoicing too soon The people are looking stead fastly and steadily at him and sizing up the animus of the traitors in the Democratic campSomerset Journal The Republican Contest Commission at Lexington filed contest papers in the Circuit Court against all Democratic municipal officers from Mayor elec John Skain down The chief ground for contest recited are alleged frauds at the regular and supplementary regis tration illegal redistricting of city and intimidation of voters by police at the polls on registration and election days William J Bryan in a statement giv en out in Lincoln Neb says he will not ask for or seek the Democratic presidential nomination and will not assume to decide the question of avail ability If he can serve the party by being its candidate he says he will rtccept the commission and make the best fight he can If however the choice falls upon another Mr Bryan says hew note disappointed or dis gruntled His availability he thinks is a question to be decided by the voters ofthe party IN NEIGH RIn COUNTIES Mrs James Johnson aged 70 is lead of typhoid feverin Mercer Elisha Bowling the wealthiest farmer in Laurel county is dead The November term of the Casey circuit court lasted only four days Fletcher Teuter aged 93 is dead in the Buckeye section of Garrard J C Goode who has been Q C agent at Eubanks has taken a posi tion in the Somerset National Bank At Slick ford Wayne county Wright Co drilled in an oil well which is flowing at the rate of 16O barrels per lays J Cabell Brecklnridge son of the Rev Dr J Cabell Breckinridge for mer president orCtnterColle e is dead it AtlantaAunt Polly Adams grandmother if Hon Napier Adams aged 98 who was probably the oldest person living in Pulaski died Nov 11 Dempsey West for acting with Sam Lewis and John N Johnson in the killing of Esrom Lawson and G A Wil iams was given two years in the penitentiary by the Laurel Circuit Court A real gusher was struck last week in the untested portion of Wayne county and flowed 100 barrels aday opening a new territory to the oil men With this exception the week was a dull one and the most interest Was shown in the Wolfe county field A tickling cough rfr oy cause Is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops ough Cure And It Is so thoroughly armless and safe that Dr Shoop w11s mothers everwhero to give it without hesitation even to very young babes The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lunghealing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough lure a It calms the cough and heels be sore and sensitive bronchial mem iranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which he dojtor usesliThe Sacred Herb 3emandDr Shoops Take no other Pennys Drug Store The new passenger station in Wash ngton was opened for the use of all the roads entering that city and marks the passing of the historic structures which had been used so long The new station cost 4000009 and many mil lions more were spent on the approach 03 and in preparation for the change The trustee of thefund for the benefit of tho widow of the policeman killed on election day in Lexington refused to kept a contribution from a Republican because a political letter accompanied the money t Good Business for Sale of merchanelsentcontWilllseilatonco unit glvi eulon Jan lit or sooner For furthei Informntlou write or come to eo me NlIll00n J1MllrJubury Ky HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE IN CRAB ORCHARD Fallboundplication UHAHIIUWIIKK Imb Orchard Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A flue blot grass farm for nlo kltiintcd on new pike near Point Lenrell and six roller joutn of Lancaster containing acre mWgbborhocslbengpartsome new twostory seven rcoul resiliency outbulldingsandwntereuMx never lulling iprlngs and creek runnlitK through TBKMS eunh In hand balance one nnd IlOrI11 Ie onfarmOVlltketSTORE ROOM IN STANFORb FOR SALE If not nouf irlvatnly I will n ll at public uctluu at law 11DROKMIIUHVIKI- 7ounty court day the ll W Vnnlmveer toreroom In Opera Home lllock Htan url It U oecnpieU by the ixittotHc and U he trust rentrnlly located storeroom In own lielng dlncUtOIIIlllte the court boul o mid on sare room hnl n side room and n iplendul hawiuent The lot on which the room stud run be ond the Ht Ataph creek nail there II ibundnntvround for n tnrgi warehouse AlllnlMi lInt tame time ikMUTtH of knob end J1IW MATTIK V K1KIIY- Htnnford Ky Indigestion In Itself a true disrate We heartburn and Indigestion as rot dlmu ret LheJ are only ol a certain ipedflo ierre sicknuuothing elle- n was this fact that are correctly led Dr Shoop- In the creation of that now very popular ttomac- hlumedrDr Shoop Going direct to the stomach nerves atone brought that lurresl and favor to Dr 8boop and his itntorotlTe With out that orlginat and highly Yltal rlndp1e IOlh laitlns accoraplllhment were ever to be had For stomach dlureu bloating bllloutneM tad rcath ant tallow complexion try Dr Shoopl ettoratlre Tublct or LlQuJdand MO for telf what It ran and will do We tell and cheer luUJ recommend Dr Shoops RestorativeG L PENNYS DRUG STORE YOUD have to look a time to find an other store so cautious and painstaking in its efforts to give mothers the very best of value and good taste in boys clothing- Were in business to stay to succeed Want to make every purchase so satis factory that youll always buy here and tell your friends about us These are the reasons we sell XTRAGOoD Whether you buy a suit or over coat you gat In XTRACOOD tho workmanship1t XTRACOOD It will prove more durable reliable and satisfactory Insist upon it Runinn Overcoats and Reefers for aged 3 to 10 Ruiiian made from blue kertey and cheviot fancy mixed goods neatly trimmed Reefers in navy blue chinchilla mellon and kerieyi velvet collar buttons close Price 55 to 12 Boys Overcoats forages 7 to 16 Made from black and oxford mel ton fancy mixed chevioll Lining superior Price 5 up to 12 H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky r 250 REWARD For Information that will convict any one trespassing on my farm Hunters take warning IHTKVIH- Hholby Ulty Ky NOTICE I lining decided to dtnolvo parth rhl wodeilruto thltnk our ninny patrons for their liberal patronage and ask nil an Indebted to us to call nod setae lit omen itvijret 1ituirr linos FOR SALE Klftytx acre of DlueUrni land In Mil coin county on the Hhclb ctyt and Dam villa A Htanfonl ihort lmii iil out ncns In tine toeust pod IUlU Is at prtII- IeultlIII1OIl Is u sine tract of laud very detlrnble font inallfnrm nil on or address WM UVUOOM UonItKY McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors t IKnldr In and iimniifaeturer of imull nod MnrblA Monumonu Klntcih Work lit lteai onabl Irici1 HIIee mid Works MrKlnney Ky Hlmp cloxtl on Hutunjiiy posreou We whoid names appear Iwlow strictly orbld huting nllllllll ur kind ut troy msing on our and will prOHCUtoyl ilntor tothufullextuiitot AlexClxper air ainrv1tftlhak airs Wntor Vurrun llrs lrn l5un Hroi TlmiMyNpoonumore wcmrter t Flaawrence IhubbitlGtIIs- J 14IluCkur IM 1etttu MOruaObapiell FrfrlltJLJloltselnwsirs J K 1ulllam It AdtleyQltnnuoaJnmuu C M Mrs M H1q tie Mr Jim luiinea J UamenUfh JOtJarimnlor airs llebecca It Carpnirter WI1 Martin M Frye J on- Thomni rrlll JmK Hkldmont itavlf Hurton JItllulloh Mi RlchunUon Joseph Hrn t Miss Mnlilo nWH llro Fred VonOruengan It Knalno Allwrt VonOruengan AT Tniylor Mlbtirn Ooocli NIh Pillnmuer Prod Dnumnnn Ululmrd llutter iiwiley Dunn 110 IItS Wlllllocter U O Nunnellvy WO Floyd J W J It Jnrvl J W Ihmigilatnny JNllrlll JO Hpnitt W l hoer W U lII inf IH rnderw KXlHon Mr Mar Milren John M Carter Martha Afrorn John Catu nuch Mo chargw for examination or ientinral ly testing eyes I uptodate method Pre kcrlptlongloue ground to set in tylo frame or ikeleton mauntlng work and Inaterlal guarnntemf HatUfiictory Itutldlug11luehntvilleK Orndunt Joseph 3244 Vol II lit puro bred and hasMen accepted for Ihtry In tIe first volume of Tbe Amrrlcai Tlllllwortb Mwlno lloconl Axoclntlon Ikea under rulsof tile nxocliitlon and wu IwNoUHuinUive Hire Kdward No sac Mire of Hlro Mnpli dantAiexnndrnNnts67v of HlrelInlld NMtio tSlI Mire of date Kentucky Hoy No 1TSI dan of dam Uolden s l It is well known that the Tamworth Hwlrfn U the highest on thu market Ills sin weigh lVVi at I yrcir olil sold Ior fJ his dnm Alexandra weight JlJJIJlold for lIoci UIwelRht3 at U month Hi croftittft well with every breed I pill tnlld him at II cah JoliN Htanford Ky DEAD GAME If you will bring yOUr0unnnd Hevolver to me and let mo put tlritclai condition I hnvo hud yl years flxlltrltmce In that business I put ney hiuullvi on Razor Blades Forrels or Walking Canos and Re pair Umbrellas Make a specialty of Sitting nil kind of key to nil kind of all kind PlllrlnFon bicycle anti koup In stock ell cle repair live men trial and you will be tntlilletl 0011r MAYS 139 N Third Ht l Central Kentucky Real Estate Exdianf TITLE co No ln acres on the Wnyneiburg pike mar Highland 6room house barn nnd oth outbuilding hire orchard Thl proper ty Is near churc L and choolboUlo Is wel worth the price lsuu No PItO acre 2 stubs Houth of Crab Or chard on tho tins a twoitor louse good burn orchard mIll well water id about loo acres of tills land Is botton land and produce tine crop 1 Imrgiiln a tlfM y cash In one and two years No 8118 acres on Duck Orook near Way room house burn other out liuiidini plentyof water Cash price ti too No 4ID6acres nenr Level Green stock castle county Ky This farm has n now itory frnma would coil to build nov prow good horn crib Ac located nea church and school This Is a nice home am can bo bought forllO per acre cacti re imilrider In month lucre the nbovn farm lOOacrnnlncultlviitlon Dwelling of room good burn and other outbuilding nice or ohol Otte of the lest springs In he cour ty 1rlce jaMO half caih balance l and year No 6IL acres adjoining turns No 4 nml 6 1M hero In cultivation balance In Urn ber Good white oak hickory and some lilt cedar Has sloryloghusaanti good orch urU well watered i1W0 No7LiOucres near Maretiburg Ky1W ncres in cultivation good dwelling houte burn end necessary ouilmlldlng line water nnd Hchool church nod H It itutlon 1rlce fifltu cnHh balance lit onu nnfl two yean No acres ncnrConwiiy Ky dearly nit of this farm is bottom lard line for corn and meadows very good dwelling hOluuIIOW torn and other Sulldings on county rond1I inlle Irani Ituroa Oollegn Uaili price jl ftS acres on Drnkos Creek 8 tidier from Grab Orchard This tarn adjoin the ukoandisapnrt of the Oeo Evans farm rhlHli UllollIlllIlIlIllI good condition all necesiary buildings Tul U a bnrgnln nt flu per acre NQ 1078 acres near Htanford Ky In nice Bhnpe with nil necessary butidlugsetc cnn bought worth the money For fullpartlcular In regard to all tho ibove farmaeA or Iw It Hughe or lame I Whit Htanford Ky CriteriCD0 This label on yourCoat means A FIT and STYLE Our stock is composed of GREYSI BROWNS and BLACKS the best and new est out The young man who buys one of these can jassuredhe IsWELL= DRESS EI5r Our prices run from 10 to 25 I I L atrraets r H J McROBJ3RTS STANFORD KENTUCKY a Every Box of Paper now in stock from 25c to 75c is entirely new and i ofA the latest Fall styles We take pleasure in showing it to you PENNY DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky eThe 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 Bat I Try It Only 25 Cents tIISTANFORD DRUG CO J irt Childrens CloaKs f t- An M ounce of prevention you know the rest Therefore keep the little I ones warm and comfortable with the necessary Winter cloak i Wo have them In nil kinds of Cloth and Bearskins at prices to uitnll purses I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD STANFORD Kv Nov IH1907 soleIdate lino of post cards go to nnys Drugstore v tPERSONALS v was at Mt Vor YanonMIL CHARLES NORTII spnt Sunday in Cincinnati JUDGE M C SAUFL Y has been quite sick for several days Mns J S RICE Is visiting Mrs 0 M gluey at Somerset MR JOHN H WATTS of Harriman Tenn is hero for a row days Miss SARAH DUNN Is vistlng boruunt Mrs T S Webb In Knoxvlllo MRS BETTIB HELM of Danville was the guest of Mrs W T Smith MR ED II BALLARD and wife visited relatives ittHho Paint Lick section Miss THEO RIGGS of Cynthiana was tho guest of Miss Martha Mcncfoo Miss FLORENCE GIUOER of Hartford City is tho guest of Mss Hattio Far mer Mn AND MRs HORACE BROWN of pviq Now Albany Ind are withHon lIar vVY helmt MEaDAMEsJ IL OWENS and L A Fariw of Somerset wore with rela lives hero v Mi 8 J B PAXTON and lon James I spent several days with her parents at LancasterI GOOCH of the West End Is getting over a slight attack of pneumonia BORN to the wife of Jamie Carpenter n eon Dr J G Carpenter is now a grandfather t MR JOHN F CASH and family have moved Into their handsome homo 6n Danville avenue JAMES AND WILL THOMPSON of Mt Vernon brothers of Mrs L R Hughes havo been her guests Mil H C BAUGHMAN of Harriman Tenn spent Sunday with his brother Mr J W Baughman a Mns MATT idcCLunEof Mlntonvllle Casey county was the guest of her daughter Mrs J H Floyd Miss KATHKRINE WARREN and Mr j Bennie Smith of Somerset spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs Walter Warren Mn JASON LAWHORN of Yosemite came up Friday to attend tho rink lie was masked and made a typical soldier A boy Mn RODMAN W KEENAN who mar vied Miss Nell Adams of Hustonvllle is an applicant for city attorney of lIar I I rodsburg I TUB Thursday Afternoon Club will V meet next Thursday 21st at DtQA M Miss Lcvlsa slants at her pretty Iwith near Hubble COL W IIUFF DUDDERAR had an other sovero attack a few days since and has been in a dangerous condition Ho is somewhat bottcrtf Mn GRANVILLE HALEY of New Al bany Ind passed up to ML Vernon Saturday to attend tho burial of his brother in Iaw Mr Abo Brannaman I MR J W HAYDEN of Paris was hero Saturday to attend a meeting of tho Cumberland Valley Land Co Very little of importance was done at the meeting Dan E J DROWN A S Price and Messrs J S Rico and W H Wcaren a are spending a few days at Mr Allen HIatts near Brodhead and incidental- Ig killing quail Miss GEORGIA LEWIS came down f afrom Crab Orchard and spent Saturday Sunday with her father and slater IU hero Sho was accompanied by her friend Miss Fettro MRS ton METCAVF of Danville spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs P N Peniston and attended the revival services at Asbury College AVilmoro Cor Jcasomlno Journal AMONG busy people In busy Burn side Is M E iTuItt who keeps hotel runs a livery stable sells furniture and is undertaker for a largo scope of coun try Burnsido Cor Somerset Journal HON JOHN SAM OWSLEY has been appointed county juilge of Lincoln county to fill a vacancy caused by the death of Judge Warren Mr Owsley is an ceedlngly popular man and his appoint ment Is a satisfactory one Lancaster Record DR AND MRS STEELE BAILEY loft the latter part of tho week for Calien te Nevada to locato Much regret is I r expressed at the loss to this communl Aty of this most excellent family We commend them to the good people of their adopted home MRS A G HUFFMAN of Louisville is With her daughter MM Jamie Carpenter I POSTMASTERS C C WALLACE ol RlchmonTl and Ludlovv F Petty of Sficlbyvillo were hero Sunday AIR C C WiJAvan of Wayne is hero looking for a farm Ho is with hit relative Mr L 1 Weaver MR W 0 BrEw spent yesterday In Louisville purchasing things prepara tory to moving to his now homo in tho West End MR L B GIVENS wlfo and Mrs Threlkeld of Harnxhburg were guests of Mrs Mary Co Givens who celebrat ed her 81st birthday yesterday MRS AI C SAUFLEY will entertain tho Current Events Club Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock Tho subject will bo Immigration Mrs Hugh Rold will have tho leading paper followed by general discussion i Mn W K WAHNER and family will take rooms at tho CofTcy Hotel and Mr J C McClary and family will move to tho residence on Highcatlon street they vacate Mrs Jessie Stagg will occupy tho McClary home on East Main street LOCALS SEE W 11 Muellers ad FOUND empty pocket book This office A HBAVY rain Sunday night and yesterday GBKTRY MYERS lioda good livery horse to die a taw days ago WE sell the famous Karovan Roast ed Coffee Try a pound Satisfaction guaranteed ot money refunded Geo D Hopper t REV Lewis F- i COLE of Pittsburg PA has a churn of butter 109 years old or nearly as old as some of that brought to Stanford to bo disposed of HELD WITHOUT BAIL Frank Chap man had his examining trial at Dan villa Thursday on tho charge of killing Joo Rico at Hedge villo and was held without bail The defense did not show its hand REV It B i4lnreceipt of the sad intelligence of his brothers death at Silver S C The brother Mr D F Mahony was a gallant Confed erate soldier and like his brother here a good citizen Ho was years old and leaves a wife and son JAMES PILES of Casey deposited 2200 in gold in the Commercial Bank Monday morning says the Liberty News Mr Piles has heretofore believ ed that his pockets are safer than banks for his surplus cash Ills change of belief came at a strange time OWING hard rainlast Monday night a small nudionca greeted A Dangerous Friend at tho opera house but all who attended had the pleasure of seeing some of the finest acting ever seen in the opera house Miss Marsdcn Is especially commended for her acting Tho company was well balanced and tho only rcgretablo thing is thatcoup weather was so bad that people not get out to sea the play Wo are of tho opinion that should the manager of Che opera house secure this excellent production for a future date that they would fill the housoCanton 0 Re publican Dont fail to seoitA Danger ous Friend at Waltons Opera Houso next Friday night Nov 22 CIRCUIT COURT Ator dolibcratjng on tho case from 330 Friday afternoon to 1015 Saturday morning tho jury in the case of James H Kennedyfor killing stilt Fetes at Grab Orchard on ejection day lost November brought in a ver dict of lifo in the penitentiary It will bo remembered that Mr Kepnedy was given a similar sentence at the November term a year ago but the court 6f appeals granted him a new hearing Tho case was stubburnly contested at both trials and splendid speeches were madoby both sides The jury this time was from tho Southernendor Lincoln We are told that a now trial will bo asked and if re used the case will again bo taken to the court of appeals Some civil cases of minor importance vcro tried 4cstcrday The trial of Faulkner Kennedy for participating in the killing of James Shupea will begin today Seventyfive men were summoned from Garrard from which to so ect a jury It is reported that Harvo iVatts who killed Haldon Vandovier rill ask for a change of venue i NEW FURSx When the Winter winds begin to blow animals put on their Fur Coats why not you Its a comfortable feeling to draw a nice fur around the neck I even in chilly weather No doubt these cold days make you i feel the need ofn neck piece or mutt Wo have theta in nil the new and popular skins at moderate prices II FOR rent for 1908 my houso on West Main now occupied by Dr Fowler Miss Dora Straub HARVE STEWART colored had splendid milk cow killed by n train at the Danville crossing Thursday night r RESERVBD seats for A Dangerous Friend next Friday night 22nd can bo had at McRoberte Drug Store Got your ticketdearly Tug home of Col Wdull Dudderar at Rowland caught fire Friday from a defective flue but tho flames were ex tinguished before much damage was done r i i FOR R NTStoS roam In lively peclnYyIkind of merchandise business Living rooms above Apply or write to this office TWENTY Mammoth Bronze Toms raised from a turkey that weighed 34 poundd at eight months for sale They are of the Landrigon Ferguson and Conger strain Mrs J E Lynn Stanford WE toheartily thank those who helped save our home from tire They made a hard fight and extinguished the flames against great odds for all of which we are profoundly grate ful W Bull Dudderar and family SOME scoundrel killed a heifer for Mr James E lIolman and skinning it stole the hide Air Holman found tho dead beast still warm Ho will make every effort to find tho guilty party and will make it hot for him when ho locates him BdozE was very much in evidence in town Saturday night We know f not from whence it camobut a blind man could have seen the effects of It The Law and Order League should take some stops to close tho blind tigers or throw up the sponge ON Saturday Nov 23 at 10 A M I will sell to the highest bidder my en tire lot of household goods and kitchen furniture consisting of bedsbedsteads tables carpets cook stove and all kitchen ware Other things too numer ous to mention L D Nunnelley Lan caster StreetiIrrLE9Mr James Pcpplcs aged 83 died at his home in tho Bald Hills section at noon Sunday He dad heen III only a few days The burial occurr ed in Goshen cemetery atlO oclock yes terday morning Deceased was an honorable upright citizen and his ma ny friends and neighbors deplore his taking avviy Mr Poppies married lato in life and is survived by a wife and daughter who have been making their homo in Boono county forseveral years TilE Masquerade nkFriday night drew a big crowd and was tho source of much merriment t Tho crowd of spectators was pcrhapl tho largest that has attended a rink afto its opening in February Followings a list of those who masked and what they represented Misses Annie UX McRoberts INTERIOR JOURNAL and she looked mighty pretty to us rginia Mahony baby Nancy Yeager folly Mary Sheppard Cook queen of hearts Lyles Cooper American flag ucy Lee Will ton and Mary Elizabeth McKinney double topsys Nun May Jones red cross nurse Ella Bar nett and Rose McCorm ck of Huston ville Little Red Rldin Hood and night respectively Madgo II ckloy girl with lots of hearts Theo Regs Cynthiana lady in white Mrs B ssle McKinnoy sister of charity Messrs Walter Singleton Negro Wa or Milburn ca det Marshall Stone I Indian R II Metcalf of McKinney dude William Murphy devil John Held McKinney brownie James Cooper Happy Hooli gan Claiborne Walton Zuzu boy George D Hopper re ben Charles North Lieutenant Jas n Lawhorn Yosemite Sam Levitan Frenchmen Irof Cheek 20th century girl DrT- W Pennington Monk Joo llltt sport Carl Carter Santa Clause Tho judges Misses Pattio Alcorn of this place Aileen Bourn of Lancaster and Theo Riggs of Qynthiana decided that James Cooper was tho best masked person and ho was awarded tho pair of skates Tho next rink will be held on Saturday night next 23rd when a potato race for ladies and another for men will be the attraction Premiums will be awarded ineach race CAR of genuine Kanawha salt jus arrived J II Daughm n Co tIt gRowN Leghorn rooste s for sale a 181 each S HAldridge Stanford FOR SALB200 seed be ring glnsen plants at 15c A P Br kett Stan ford Tug Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has fArms of 100 bArgainWriteprices THE News itgood pic turo of five generations of the Taylor family Mr Mitchell Taylo of Dan vile belongs to tho third generation of the family MR GEORGE D has had bad luckand the chancesare that he will lose a good pile of shipped a car load of moneylIe li commission firm went under before Mr Boone go his money Ho is out about 800 NEWS came over the phono from London yesterday oftcrnoot Rob ert Boyd had shot and k lied James Sparks Both are promi cnt young attorneys The latter was county at torney of Laurel one term Wo were unable to learn what caus d the kill ing WHILE many banks arc xperiencing trouble keeping enough urrency on hands to meet the demand the Lincoln National and First ational of this place have scarcely fc t the effects of the hard times Each ii ititutlon has abundance of money and Ii you have an account with either of th m and the balance is on the proper sle you can get all tho money of any k id you want THAT the creamery is nj good thing for cow owners there is n doubt Mr E T Bcazloy averaged fi53 on his six cows during the month of ctober He delivered to the Stanfojd Creamery 48733 pounds of fro which 25G4 pounds of butter were ade If you aro nQt selling milk to the creamery you should begin doings Jat once Cer tainly there Is no easier or better way of making money I WANTED I goodturkeysNOHTIK JUTT HAOAN GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Tnke no oiw bul Como and ice All gonls sold ut rlueri pr ces lIflIIund La Ik1 LTllcltrwtlirl lao H bln z5e faclnn loreat9eaconescur cakes of Ixnox MensLinenpatronnge PUBLIC SALE place2sUrchanl Hlanford pike TUEHDAY NOV 20 tar tlell nil of my personal property to the high t t bidder in followi tine year oIt goodn111k buckboardbnpiementshouseholdorgan church organ dining room table othcthingssawsNnleTerms madu known on day of sale W DUKWLANI J P CLnn llerAucllouecr GREAT- SKATING RINK Saturday Night Nov 23 Waltons Opera House Great Potato Race Saturday night ut Skatiiig Rink for Ladies and Gentle mena race for each Premiums will be given to the winners of both Doors open at 730 oclock Stanford Rink Clubst McCall Patternsef Aslc your Dressmaker or neighbor which Is the best pattern She will invariablyanswer McCalle We II eJu6tput in n full stock You furnish the number and size We furnish the Pattern Call for a Fashion Sheet J i South East Corner Main and IDepot Streets I Underwear Childrens Pants and Vests 10 to 25 cents Childrens Union Suits25 to 50c Ladies Pants and Vests 25 35 and 50 cents Ladies Union Suits 5075c and l Setsnug garments are the best madea specialty with us TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House y STANFORD KENTUCKY i o O ecR p En trJ 0 III 0UUJ S Oo4O 0 c m oa m is cow 0 VI O COCo hI o C 0 C fln Ul wpb Rocnaoy PO n oo th ic i 5a = 0 10 C CQ =P 2 ao0 1 The Lid I The Lid The Lid I It is off on prices at the Emporium at Huston t fighterstYour l Lid Be sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected the cream of the market for you Come and be convinced in this line Wo undersell everybody CLOAKS Ladies Misses and Childrens We can please you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful t to select tram 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 pairjof Shoes I dont wonder that ou so disappointed Try ME27 years selling Shoes Our Fall and Winter is now full and complete Como and inspect our stock I kuov I can do you good Yours for fair exchange j CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter I The KARAVAN is here not in Gages but In Packages t Qeo De Hoppers Stanford Kyat s wThe Interior Journal Xnteredin the PottOffice al Stanford w uoondclcu matter J r VUBUBH1SD TtJBSDAYB AND PItIDAk i AT 5100 PER YEAR CAS 1 t When not so paid HOO will be charged N TIME THBLE 1Lf No SI Houth hill p NO kt Houth aao PfNo J4 North tiS A No a North JUT P x JOS S RICE Agent Jesse W Sweeney PBOPBICTOR Livery Food cad Sale Stable s Lancaster Ky N OTicAn- y Eone needing a Union Jnck nnd AVIr e Stretcher cnu leave their order with T D Newlnnd nt Btnnford lie has one he will show you nnd take your order and will til the tame on short notice BTLUN8FOUD B D CARTER Now Liver Dopot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Ovreley Building JLBeazleyCo I Undertakers and Embalm I era Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRuga They e 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 KYI Offlco Ilione Rome Phone 35 e HENRY WATTERSONSx PAPER Weekly CourierJournal AND The Interior Journal I BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all thing clean In all things It Is essentially a family paper By special arrangement we are enabled to of fer the WEEKLY COURIERoURNAL one year and thus paper for the price named above Send your subscription for the com bination to usnot tc the Courier Jon rnal FARMERS DEPARTMENT I want to rent a good farm This office IFOR SALE1G small shoats Mrs Leo Richard Hester sold to W H Tray lor a lot of corn at 250 SimonNTribblo Gaines sold to J H Baugh man Co barrels of corn at 260 J D Eads bought of T W Jones 20 800 pound cattle at 81c They are good onesW T McKee of Bourbon county sold 21 yearling mules to Mr Dunlap of Versailles at 145 James K Keenes race horses have won 402691 this year a wprlds re cord These figures are official Corn is very much in demand at this time Prices ranging from 300 to 350 per barrelMt Vernon Signal FOR SALE17 Bargain Counter steer calves and five yearling steers J Guest Crab Orch IEsTRAVBlack Berkshire gilt weighing spout 125 pounds cut in both 1ears Reward W A Brent R R 1No 1 Stanford Henry Bros sold last week to Penn sylvania parties 32 yearling mules at 125 12 at 100 and a pair of mules for 325CarlisloMercuryThe Bullitt county fair grounds was burned By hard work the floral hall and the refresh ment stands were saVed- I want to sell 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 About 100 tobacco growers of Mer cer county met In mass convention at the courthouse at Harrodsburg and sfgnod the pledge not to grow any tobacco next year Tobacco growers of Harrison county marched through the streets of Cynthi ana Saturday notifying all buyers that they must not buy tobacco or If they did they must take the consequences One or two of the buyers re plied that they intended to continue buying A large body of farmers rode into Hopkinsville and after a meeting atI the courthouse sent a committee to call on the representatives of the tobacco manufacturers to ask that no ef fort be made to buy tobacco pledged to either the Society of Equity or Jhe Planters Tobacco Association The promise was readily given and the buyers said that any contracts for tobacco that had been pledged would beI annulled Lingering ColdIWithstood Other Treatment But Quickly Cured By Chamberlains Cough Remedy Last winter I caught o very severe cold which lingered for weeks says T Urquhart of Zephyr Ontaria My cough was very harsh and dry The local dealer recommended tChamber lalns Cough Remedy and guaranteed It so I gave It a trial One small bottle of It cured me I believe Chamber lains Cough Remedy to be the best I have over used This remedy Is for sale by all Druggists At Santa Cruz Cal Maj Frank McLaughlin prominent politician and capitalist shot his daughter Agnes in the temple the bullet coming out on the other side ofher head Soon after he committed suicide The girl is still alive but unconscious No hope is entertained for her recovery Co wih the approval of the president has announced in issue of Panama bonds to the extent f 50000000 The treasury will also issue interest begring certificates of indebtedness to run for one year to the extent if necessary of 100000000 A Reliable Remedy For Croup Mrs S Roainthal of Turner Mich- Igan saya We have used Chamberlains Cough Medicine for ourselves and children for several years and like it very much I think It U the only remedy for croup and can highly recommend It For sale by all Druggists The statement of the New York clearinghouse banks for the past week shows that the banks hold 53666950 less than the requirements of the 25 per cent reserve rule This is a de crease of 1742325 in the proportionate cash reserves as compared with the previous week The New Pure Food and Drug Law We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds 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 ults G L Penny The president and members of the town board of Hume III have donat ed their salaries for one year to provide money with which to build a jail Chapped hands are quickly cured by applying Chamberlains Salve Price cFor sale by all druggists2 Dancing Proves Fatal Many men and women catch colds at dances which terminate in pneumonia and consumption After exposure If Foloys Honey and Tar Is taken it will break up a coldand no serious results need be feared Refuse any but the genuine In a yellow package G L Penny Striking street car men In two public massmeetings in Louisville condemned the action of the police and city admin istration in their attitude toward the strike and in a closed meeting of the union decided to submit plans of arbitration to the company with a provision of arbitration with the national body of all future troubles for one year Trial Catarrh isare being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wls These tests pro proving to the peoplowlthout a pen nys cost the great value of this scientific prcscrlptionknown to drug gists everywhere as Dr Shoops Ca tarrh Remedy Sold by Pennys Drug StoreFarmFor Rent I t tNeI with to rent ist It G Collier farntof6oncreuenrUetlnrCreek Lincoln county AddresTI1t1MAIiOIJdEItHtntlon Peoples Cure for Stomach Ills It would be folly to say that a person should always be his own doctor quickInphysician 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 sum Among the diseases that can be effec tively treated at home are such as pertain to the stomach liver and bowels like constipation dyspepsia biliousness flatulency sour stomach bloated stomach tick headaches heartburn etA For these troubles there Is no better remedy than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin the meat herb laxative compound and amooc Its staunchest friends are too doctors themselves In such troubles they know they have nothing better to offer than the In gredient contained In this remedy and hence the liberal ones adrlsa their patients to take It It often happens that at the commencement aa attack some people hesitate to take such a simple remedy and run to a doctor but after trying various doctors they finally take Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and bare their eons polotIswho suffered from what the doctors called ca tarrh of the stomach He was riven up to die by three leading physicians He had no appe Ute couldnt digest what little he did eat had severe pains In the stomach and flnallr mo dllUltlmatelSyrup Pepsin and did so cad now he U entirely cured and has rained 26 pounds He naturally advises all sufferers from weak stomach to use It It can be bad In to cent and II bottles and results are absolutely guaranteed or money Is refunded Buy a bottle today and watch results FREE TEST Those to Ir1 DrCtkJ wsHs Syrw hOI brtofi bur Ing can have a free umpls bode sent Is their twins by iMrattlnc tile company This offer U to crovs But till remedy do ai we claim and It only own to tealuvs sear taken It Send for It you have any symptom sf ttomxh Intr or bowel disease Otnfittt oldldktPUBLIC VERDICT Laxity so Good sod sure ai OR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN Title product bean purity guarantee 17 Wattunitan 0 PEPSIN SYRUP CO 118 Baldwell Bids Montlcello III lNSURANCE rite Lightning torm Life and- oolden the 8TUONOKHT and 3B8T Companies Represented Lowest Poe llbla lute aunrantcvd Lots Paying lea irdUnequalled Talk wltty VIAHONY Stanford Kentucky Itesldenoa Phone No 81 50 Years An Agency5 Tho oldest in Central l Ken Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but first class Companies Repre rented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY GIVE ME YOUAONDEA I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there Ino dltlerenco In tho price of ready- made lulU and mult made to your inonsure taken by nn experienced tnllort I have n Imndiomn line of Fall and Winter good I ran make from n low price ImitneM suit to Ibe finest ilrvts cult Overcoats Trotis Ira and Knncy Vests The coui any I rep relent It second to none II o nUILEY The Tailor Htnnford Kf Fruit and Orna mental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orcbnrd Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Cat alogue on application JL F HiutxMiYRii it SON- SLexington Ivy TRIBBIE raid Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car peta Druggets Rugs MakingsPia uro Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Bcazlcy has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE O PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 THERE MUST BE SOME REASON WHY A DANGEROUS FRIEND e e IS GIVING SUCH- GENERAL SATISFACTION AS YE SOW SO SMALL YE REAP YES THERE ISI ITS REALLY GOOD AND ONE OF THE BEST IN ITS CLASS THAT TELLS THE STORY USUAL PRICES WILL PREVAIL Waltons Opera House November 22 t jS J r Call and see this one It will savQ you time money RllIl worry No more laborious work about the kitchen When you install an KLKGTKIC RANGE cooking becomes au intcicctiug pleas- aroGEORGE He FARRIS TO HOUSEKEEPERS IIThe Standard OiiCos rv INCORPORATE s Celebrated tamp Oil + t FIRE 1 PROOF Gives a PERFECT LIGHT and is su perior in every respect to the SoCall ed Fancy Oils for which you pay more money Try it and be convinced For sale 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