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THE INTERIOP JOURNAL I VOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 1907 NO 78 I THE VANISHED DAYS Lay the jest about the julep in the cam phor balls at last For the miracle has happened and the olden days are past That which makes Milwaukee thirsty docs not foam In Tennessee And the lid In old Missouri ia as tight locked as can be Oh the comic paper colonel and his cro nies well may sigh For the mint Is waving gaily for the South is going dry By the stillside on tho hillside In Ken tucky all is still For the only damp refreshment must be dipped up from the rill Noth ClIna stately ruler gives his so da glass a shqva And discusses local option with tho South Calina gov It is useless at tho fountain to be wink ful of the eye p For tho tocktall glass is dusty for the South Is going dry It is water water everywhere and not a drop to drink We no longer hear tho music of the mellow crystal clink When tho Colonel and tho Major and the Genl and tho Judge Meet to have a little nip to give their appetites an edge For tho eggnog now is noggless and the rye has gone awry And the punchbowl holds carnations for tho South is going dry For tho night caps now have tassels and are worn upon the head Not the nightcaps that were taken when nobody went to bed And tho breeze above the Hluegrass is as solemn as the death t For it bears no pungent clovetang on r Its odoriflc breath And each man can walk a chalkline when tho stars are in the sky For tho fizz glass now Is fizzles for tho South is going dry Lay tho jest above tho julep neath the chestnut tree at last For theres but one kind of moonshine and the olden days are past For the water wagon rumbles through the Southland on Its trip And It helps no one to drop oft to pick up the drivers whip For the mintbed makes a pasture and the corkscrew hangeth high All Is still along the stillside for the South is going dry J R B R 1AHard Dobt to Pay- I owe a debt of gratitude that can never bo paid off writes G S Clark of Wentfleld Iowa for my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Dls covery Roth lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed imminent when 1 commenced taking New Discovery The ominous dry hacking cough quit before tho first bottle was used and two more bottles made a complete cure Nothing has ever equaled Now Discovery for coughs colds and all throat and lung com r plaints Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store roc and 91 Trial bottle free Full details of tho work done on the Panama canal during the fiscal year 1907 with a showing of what has been accomplished since the project has been in American hands are disclosed In the annual report of tho Isthmian Canal Commission Aside from the 50000 000 paid to the French company and to Panama an aggregate 0 18285110 has been expended on the project adopted by Congress and which it is esti mated by the Board of Consulting Engineers should ultimately cost 139 705200 Biliousness Ana Constipation- For years I was troubled with bil iousness and constipation which made life miserable for me My appetite failed me I lost my usual force and vitality Pepsin preparations and ca thartics only made matters worse I do not know where I should have been today had I not tried Chamberlains t S Stomach and Lfver Tablets The tablets relieve the feeling at once strengthen the digestive functions helping the system to do Its work nut urallyMra Rosa Potts BIrming- ham Ala These tablets are for salo b nil druggists Howard Maxwell former president of hoB rol K1iBank of Brooklyn com mitted suicide by cutting his throat with a razor at his home in Brooklyn Maxwell was Indicted on the charges of larceny and forgery It would also help some if Mr Rockefeller would take this opportunity to over that 29000 000 fine in real moneyIndlanapolls Starx a An American citizen has married his motherinlaw Score another triumph mind over matter Atlanta Jour nal Chapped hands are quickly cured by r eapplying Chamberlains Salve Price 25c For naleby all druggists t i ICIIURCH MATTERS will preach at Mt Olive next Sunday at 11 A e6 and at Holdams Mill at 3 M There were 18 additions to tho Chris than church during the protracted meet ing which closed last night Advocate Rev J F Williams D D who has been pastor of tho Versailles Baptist church for six years has resigned his pastorate to accept a call from the Baptist church at Clinton Mo Tho clergymen in New York are up in arms against the order of the Board of Education providing that the words Christ and Christmas must not appear in the hymns and songs sung In the public schools Rev Monroe E Dodd pastor of the First Baptist church of Fulton has an nounced his acceptance of tho pulpit of the First Baptist church of Iaducah to take effect Jan 1 Ho succeeds Dr C M Thompson elected editor of the Western Recorder The members of the First Christian church at Glasgow have called to tho pastorate of their church Rev C E Powell of Lexington to succeed Rev J E Payne deceased Rev Powell was pastor of the Christian church there about 12 years ago lie is a son of Copt B F Powell of this county and is an able preacher Tho protracted meeting at the Meth disc church will close on Sunday night There have been several additions by letter The service announced for Fri day at 230 r M is called oft and an early G A service is announced The pastor insists on all Christian people to attend the early morning service Rev D W Robertson will preach Sunday morning and night The Somerset Christian church has engaged the services of Rev A C Tharp of Owen ton as pastor He will enter upon his duties Jan 1 Ho is a product of Mercer county about 30 years of age has an interesting family and comes to this field well equipped for the duties requiring zeal industry discretion and intellectual acquirements of a high order Journal When the stomach heart or kidney nerves get weak then these organs always fall Donl drug tho stomach nor stimulate the heart or kidneys That Is simply a makeshift Get a prescription known to druggists ev erywhere as Dr Shoops restorative The restorative Is prepared expressly for these weak Insldo nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops restorative tablets or liquidand see how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Marine Vls Your health Is surely worth this aim ple test Pennys Drug Store News of a compromise a theHawley Meadows damage case was given out by Judge J E Bobbins of tho plaintiffs counsel at Mayfield W W Meadows pays Rev F M Hawley 2100 and all costs Hawley asked for 100000 dam ages for injuries received in a horse whipping given him by Meadows and others at the Fulton depot last spring The trial resulted in a hung jury at Paducah last week The whipping is said to have been done because of at tention the pastor was said to have paid to Mrs Meadows A Methodist Minister Recommends Chamberlains Cough Remedy- We have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy In our horns for seven years and It has always proven to be a re liable remedy We have found that It would do more than tho manufactur ers claim for It It Is especially good for croup and whooping cough Rev Jaa A Lewis pastor Mtlaca Minn M E church Chamberlains Cough Remedy is sold by all Druggists Tho motion to dissolve tho tempo rary restraining order granted by Judge Miller of Louisville against Sheriff A Scott Bullltt of Jefferson county to prevent the execution of Clarence Sturgeon the triple murderer was dissolved by the Court of Appeals the opinion being by Judge Barker with the whole court sitting It was held by the court that it was not tho duty of the judiciary td fix a date for execu tions after tho original date fixed by the court had passed by reason of an ap pcaltd the Court bl Appeals a A Significant Prayer May the Lord help you make Buck lens Arnica Salve known to allwtltes J G Jenkins 6f Chapel Hill N C It quickly took the paler out of a felon for me and cured It In a wonderfully short time Best on earth for sdroV burns and wounds 25c at pennys Drug Store Johri Warder was fatally shot at Steubenville 0 by his son Samuel who came to his fathers rescue In a battle with a maddened hog he was try- Ing to slaughters at n NEWS NOTES Thirteen Italians ost their lives in a tenementhouse fire In New York Cameron parish La with an area of 1400 square miles has gone for prohi bition Peter Lindermelcr killed his father in New York City in defense of his motherBula Magee a Negro was hanged at Athena Tennfor killing n white man In a crap game The strike of the Louisville street car employee has been declared off Tho strikers lost out Memorial services in honor of Gen Fitzhugh Lee were held at the James town Exposition- It is announced that the football re ceipts for tho season for Yale will reach approximately 80000 H Wedek nd Co Louisville whole sale grocers had their house damaged to the extent of 190000 by fire Mrs S F Taylor of Kenton county was shot and killed by her nineyear old child who was playing with an old musketS Felton president of the Chicago Alton Railroad Company has been elected president of tho Mexican Cen tral railway The rates for money loaned on call in the stock market went as low as 3 per cent in New York Tuesday for the first time In several weeks General Counsel Stone of the L N says that tho report that that cor poration is going into the hands of a receiver is absolutely ridiculous and un trueThe eleventh tragedy to take place in Carter county during the year oc curred when Harlan Ross and Jack Conn were killed in a pistol fight near a blind tiger The postal clerks of New York City are organizing for tho purpose of at tempting to induce Congress to reduce the working hours in their department to 48 hours a week Asher G Caruth prominent lawyer politician and orator died in Louisville after an Illness of two years He creditably represented the Fifth district In Congress a number of years ago E R Maker Assistant Cashier of Union Bank Trust Company of Lex ington coolly admitted that he stole 1927790 of the banks funds and lost it in speculation in the bucket L N has put police on its trains between Winchester and Rich mond at the request of good citizens who have been annoyed by drunken hoodlums leaving the wet town of Win prominent men were arrested at Clarksville Tenn on charges grow ing out of the recent night riding in that section Two of them were charged with destroying tobacco beds one with arson and the fourth with conspiracy- At the ago of 99 years Charles W Chace a welltodo farmer living near Fall River Mass decided that life was not worth living and committed suicide Ho took parts green and was dead when found He left a note say ing that he was tired of life Mine owners In Hopkins and Web ster counties have been asked to meet the miners union for a conference at Madisonville with a view to adjusting the differences now existing It is said that a strike may be called within a short time if the conference fails A verdict of 10000 damages was given in favor of a fiveyearold boy William Kchoc in Chicago The boy was injured by a street car his leg be- Ing amputated below the knee as a re sult The Chicago Union Traction Company was defendant in the suit He Fought at Gettysburg David Parker of Fayette N Y who lost a foot at Gettysburg writes Electric Bitters have done mo more good than any medicine I over 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 1500 for what they have done for meI Grand tonlo for the aged and for female weaknesses Great al terative and body builder sure curd for lame back and weak kidneys Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store SOc a Daring robbers held up the officers of tho bank at Clinton III locked them Ire the vault and stole all fthecash on tho counters They then notified the telephohe exchange of the plight bf the bank officers and left The im prisoned men were almost suffocated when rescued r Appendicitis- Is due In a large measure to abuse rof thu bowels by employing drastic pur gatives Td avoid all danger use only Dr Kings New Life Pills the safe gentleoleansers and invigorators Guaranteed fo euro headache biliousness malaria andjaundice at Pennys Drug Store 25c 4 KINGSVILLE Mrs Sarah Waters entertained a number of young people at her home Friday evening- A very good show was given at Thompsons Hall bn Tuesday evening Klngsville now averages one show a weekThomas Payne desires to announce that he will be married on tho evening of Dec 25th to an attractive young la dy of Good Hope On Thursday last bliss Myrtle Trin ble one of Kingsvilles most attractive young ladies and Martin Gooch were united in marriage The groom has re turned to his work in Tennessee Alonzo Rigney and wife have gone to housekeeping in a cozy cottage in the new Stringtown on the Pike Supt Garland Singleton of Stanford came over Saturday to organize the Graded SchoolWhile In Stanford recently we had the pleasure of meeting the lion Fon taine Fox Bobbltt one of Kentuckys famous orators and chivalrous gentle men We had not the pleasure of hear ing him speak in public but hope some time to be accorded that pleasure Eld J G Livingston of Crab Or chard filled his regular appointment at the Christian church Sunday preaching a good sermon each service During the morning service quite a commotion was caused by the stove pipe falling It was quickly carried out however to gether with the well heated stove and the excitement soon subsided- J C Southen of Erlanger is our present station agent James Englc man was in Danville this week V N Bastin has accepted tho night office at Wilmore and will go there accompan ied by his wife G A Walter and wife spent Sunday with her mother at Mt Olive Misses Bertie Gooch and Ida Sweeney have returned from Somerset Mrs Claude Hester visited relatives at Eubanks Daniel and Claude Hester are spending a few days in Pulaski bird hunting Mrs Colonel Gooch and sis ter Miss Lee will go to Somerset to visit relatives Little Amanda Lee has been quite sick Will Dye has return ed to Alpine Tenn after a visit to his family here Mrs Dean and little daughter have returned from a visit to relatives in Jessamine E W Creigh ton was in Mercer county this week on business William Meeks wife and children spent a few days with rela tives at Mintonvllle Mr Girdler of Somerset was here Monday J Ed Bcland went to Lexington Tuesday Manfred Gooch of Bowling Green and Revel Gooch of Somerset were visiting here Mack Williams of Oakdale Tenn was here Saturday Mrs Ada Gooch has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs W L McCartv at Stan ford Mrs James McCarty of Stan ford is the guest of her parents here Master HulC Acton has returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Lou Howard at Mt Healthy O Mr and Mrs James McKee of Cynthiana were guests of his brother Mr J A McKee Claude Butler of Mt Vernon was the guest of his brother Operator Butler Ar thur Murphy and Ezra Estes have gone to Arizona to reside The former is a brother of our popular merchant M G Murphy and the latter a nephew of Dr Acton Both are fine young men and we trust they will find health and happiness in their new homeand each return with a physique equal to mental and moral qualities hisI A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And It Is so thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tells mothers everwhore to give It without hesitation wen to very young babes The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lunghealing mountainous shrub furnish tho cura tive properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure a It calms the cough and heels the sore and sensitive bronchial mem branes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant ex tract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrubwhich the doctor usesliThe Sacred Herb DemandlDr Shoops Take no oth er Pennys Drug Store Offers for the Panama bonds and the oneyear treasury certificates arejcom ing to tho Treasury Department at a gratifying rate and a feeling of great confidence in the success of the loan is prevailing The news from New York and other money centers that currency payments would soon bo resumed was accepted as evidence that the treasury had done its share in the restoration of confidence a A Reliable Remedy For Croup Mrs S Roslnthal of Turner Mien Igan saysIIWe have used Cham berlains Cough Medicine for our solves and children for several years and like It very much I think it Is the only remedy fur croup and can highly recommend It For sale fby all Druggists The approaching XMAS will be the 7th time that I have solicited the patronage of thepeople of this section and it has been and is now my aim to convinceyou of the excel lent value in my goods and if something in the line of Watches Jewelry Gold and Sil ver 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 MuellerSTANFORDIKY SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc Day Light Fronts Something now in Blizzard Fronts When not in use the light folds up in topof buggy and apron is used for lap apron Try one Apron instantly detached from folding lig- httr weH HIGGiNSSta- nford Kentucky Books Wall Paper IFoorw B MoRoberts 9UN i a e DRUGGIS1OTANFOH 2I17NNW Itoft 5t PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded pt r t 1 t t s The Interior Journal t Co WALTON JOHN J MOSER Is n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count object to the action of the Iwmocrntl 1 party M BRUCE Is a candidate for Jnller of Lincoln count- eablect to the action of the L enlocrat party JAMES C HAYS II a candidate for JoUer of Lincoln count subject to the fiction of the DemocrnUo- part D C ALLEN- Ii a candidate for Aweisor ot Lincoln count ty subject to the action of the Democrat party Democratic Ticket For United States Senator J C W BECKHAM Tim year of 1007 has not surpasse the record of 1906 in football casualties as to date there have been 11 deaths from injuries sustained in the game against the same number last year and 98 have sustained serious injuries against 103 last year In 1905 and the old rule 19 persons were elh killed outright or died oflnjuries However there are always reasons why deaths and injuries reach such a total in the United States Football is not game for untrained youths Most o the deaths have resulted from the fac that boys went into games with little or no preparation It is only after a thorough process of hardening that player is fit to play in the royal game and no untrained youth should be alI lowed to compete in so strenuous a sport Kentucky is not represented in the list of deaths either in 1906 or 1907 This is due in large measure to the that the game is conducted on sane and better lines in this State than else where If the game has to be played at all and it seems that there are peo pIe who can not exist without it i should be made as decent and as little dangerous as possible Tim fellow Wilson who is accused of tampering with jurors in the Powers case has had an eventful and unsavory past Starting in life at London as a lawyer he was soon elected county at torney and no young man had brighter prospects In an evil hour however he led a young woman astray and trie to hide his guilt and her shame by committing an abortion on her from the effects of which she died He was tried for the offense and given Five years in the penitentiary where he served till some governor pardoned him He be longs to a good family at Williams t wn and his disgrace is said to have brought the gray hairs of his father in sorrow to the grave His last end promises to be worse than the first if that is possible AFTER his term or office expires and he has adjusted matters in which he is t interested at Frankfort it is said that Judge S W Hager the recent demo cratic nominee for governor will make a trip through the West with a party of friends with the view of locating there Judge Hager will be accompa nied by several of his close associates in the Auditors office and it is under stood that their present plan Is to or ganize a bank and trust company in Oklahoma or in Texas THE INTERIOR JOURNAL has but one favor to ask of Lincoln countys Representative Mr W II Shanks andl that is to vote for Edward 0 Leigh fo assistant clerk of the House How we would like to slip in a vote for the clev er gentleman and splendid domocrat POLITICAL An extra session of the West Vir ginia Legislature has been called to meet onJJanuary 21 John Kern Bryans closest friend in Indiana will oppose Taggart for the position of National Committeeman- At least 17 counties in Nebraska willa have women filling the office of superin tendent of schools after January 1 and the number may be increased to a score or more when all the returns are in Augustus E Willson has written a letter to Gen Roger Williams saying that he does not desire soldiers at the inauguration in view of the depleted condition of the treasury of the State GuardA Gorham who was defeated on the face of the returns for Representa the of Fayette county has served notice of contest on C C Patrick repub t lican to whom the certificate of elec lion was awarded Managers of the campaign of formert Gbv W 0 Bradley for the United States Senatorshlpmake the announce ment that 60 of the republicans wh will be In the next General Assembl have pledged themselves to vote r Mr BradleyICopies of a proclamation addressed To all organized labor and designed- to defeat the election of Joseph G Cannon as Speaker of the House of repj- rcsentativesln the Sixtieth have been sent to trades unions in ev tl ery section of the country r ICharles F Murphy leader of Tammany Hall says that James J Hagan had no authority to pledge Tammanys support to Bryan as he did in the Bry an banquet in Washington William J Bryan was the guest of honor at a banquet In Washington given by the Democrats of the District of Columbia Five hundred Demo crats attended and Mr Bryan de devotingI0President Roosevelt Have the few Democrats who are now attempting to bolt Gov Beckham ever stopped to think that if Gov Deck ham should be defeated by them this time what grounds would they have for asking Beckham and his friends to support them or their candi date the next time 7 Think well Democrats before you act Cadiz Re cord IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES PROF S D KESNER is up from SpringfieldHenry was fined 500 for as Garrardscounty itsRush Lee Elkin a former Garrard county man is dead at Jackson Miss aged 80 Willieerand was held M N Bates a prominent citizen of Monticello died of pneumonia at the- a GrayStreet Infirmary Louisville- f Dunn Adams sold the 63acre farm- t of S L Guthrieon the Perryville and Parksville pike to Saltsan at g1i0Ad vocate 1William Inman was sentenced to two years in the penitentiary for shooting wounding William Brown at Wil liamsburgJoe andEd Mullins were held in 1000 bond each for their participation in a fight at Livingston when Greely shoprMrs R E Goddard at sued the water company for the loss of her house destroyed by fire alleg ting that the company failed to furnish- a sufficient water supply John Shotwell who violated his pa role and who was captured in Tennessee after killing three of his would b captors was returned to the Frank fort penitentiary Shotwell was wounded four times and will probably die Here and There fifdyear teenthThe American Silk Co of York Pa has been placed in the hands of receiv ersFire destroyed the Capital Hotel an four business buildings at Lamore N D Loss 1160000 Maj A J Morey a soldier and newspaper man died after a lingering illness of paralysis at his home in Cyn thianaCovered with blood and with a knife wound in his neck Ashley Robertson appearedat his home in Paducah after being absent for 24 hours unable to give an explanation of how he was wounded He had been in the asylum for a time With the acceptance of two jurors who said they had conscientious scru pies against the infliction of the death penalty the Commonwealth practically abandoned the hope of inflicting o Caleb Powers the extreme penalty o the law Eight jurors have been accepted by both sides and three mor ethe are in the box subject to peremptory challenge The defense has four chal lenges left and the Commonwealth threer The finest Colleo Substitute ever madehas recently been produced by I Dr Shoop of Racine Wis You dont have to boll it 20 or 30 minutes Made in a minute says the doctor Health Coffee is really the closes- coffee imitation ever yet produced Not a grain of real coffee in it either Health coffee imitation is made from pure toasted cereals or grains nuts etc Really it would fool n expertwere he to unknowingly drink it for coffee Pennys Dru Store It is gratifying to read in the dis patches that while everything is going up radium is going down in price You can actually get it at a million dollars a pound Now is the time to buy Frankfort Journal GoodLiniment When you need a good reliable lin iment try Chamberlains Pain Balm It has no superior for sprains and swellings A piece of flannel slightly dampened with Pain Balm is superior a plaster lot lame back or pains in the side or chest It also relieves rheumatic pains and makes sleep and DrugoyhrFOR SALESeveral cone pulleys small imposing stone lot of second handed type type cases stands another d printers supplies Write or phone this office BROWN paper good for puttipgjjnder carpets or on the walls cheap at this office t 250 REWARD For lutormntlon that will convict any one trespassing on my farm lluntem tnkti warning TKVI- HHhellyCltyKy HOTEL FOR RENT loITer for rent for the year incw Dote- In Lnncnitor known ai Inlon hotel or Inlnei House The building Is well located and enjoys a patronage A good op portunity for the right man Apply At once JtltsEJMAMONLnacnsterKyPUBLIC of Household1urulture HATUHDAY NOV All PQ sharp Christtan Church Parson age Hustonvllli1 The following will bodls posed oft One new HIlt Itlln uenrl new Hldehoard l UhlnolteroY W hit Iron Hut2 HIs lrings anti Mattresses Folding lied nnd Mattres 1 Dining Tables feet Chairs lied lloom Suite l Desk and Hook Tune Ilnhy Uocart Urlli lied Velvet Couch Hot lllaat Healing stove I Top IlngKv and Hume Mattings Carpets Hug nhlle Tin and Hlavewarc UlolblnltlIeddlngmention Terms made knows on tint of salo C W V DkNII tti KyIGILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no ones wont but come and tee All goods told at reduced price Mensand IM Oles Underwear alto Ituhbers 2Bc faclna burs nt ate We ones foritio gcakes of Ixmox lonlILinen 11IroMcKINNEY MARBLE fi GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In mill manufacturers of Oninlte and Marble Monuments Klntl la Work lit Reaounble lrlcl Olllce end orbMcKlnney Ky Whop closed on Haturday THE MIDWINTER TERM Which In the rush term oens Jan theeprofessional body of teacher over Withered together for study In Kattern Kentucky It so eo your county HUptrlnl1U nt now about nn appointment to free tuition If you have not nlrendy done no and write to the President of the K K H N H for n catalog telling him what studies you Ire Address It N UClA IU Richmond Ky Stomach Muscles in Old Age cadbowels move regularly In this way the can keep themselves In good health ant prolong life The bowels are not as ae tive in middlelife and old ace as the are in youth and with the majority then is a tendency to constipation of a chronic and obstinate nature To ward off the possibility of anion diseases use Dr Caldwella Syrup Pep compoundItpIe because It Is prompt but ecntle in action anddaeslawork without Krlplnc or weakening ai la the cue with nails purgative waters ane cathartic tablets These should not be used bj peoplen1gripe Furthermore the result are tcmponrl as reaction sets In and the bowels are bound nr more than ever A remedy like Dr CaMwells Syrup Pepsin ll yen gentle In action and rat thoroughly entire eo and as It contains tonlo properties It strengthens the system Instead ot weakening Ie The results are permanent because gradual and many can In a short time do away with the usa of all laxatives It will cure the most chronic biliousfbloating after eating and such other stomach liver and bowel troubles prove how effective It Is In serious cases experience of Nr Armstrong of Decatur wound during be the Civil lie suffered War which caused pool flat paralysis ol the towels and be has had ever Ince to use a laxative lie says be never found anything so effective or which worked so near Try1tcents or tl a bottle atany druggist FREE TEST IIwellllap cts rave s irtt umpla boW tent ta horns by sddrtsilng tilt company This offer It to Unto remedy do u ws claim and It only to toots who hm serer taken It Send for lave any tymptomt ol Itonuth liver or bowel disease QenMit oldtFUBUO VERDICT No Uxithr So Hood mid Son as OR CALOWEUS SYRUP PPSIN TMi product bears purity cvanMss 17 Wathlniton 0 c PEPSIN SYRUP CO h11fYelelrait Btdg Montlotlle IH HENRYg WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150Few people in the United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic in all things fair in all things clean in all things it is essentially a family paper Dy a special arrangement we are enabled to of fer the WEEKLY COUBIEROURNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for the com bination to usnot tc the CourierJournal No charge for examination orscienllllral ly testing ryes by uptodate methods Ire IcrlllUnn I110asl ground to order set In nn style frame or skeleton mountings work and material guaranteed Hatlsfnctorv charges moderate rmanantiv located It Central Telephone Ilulldlng llnstonvllle Ky Ij P IOWKIU- Ornduated Optometryst 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken my Hates be foreinsuring Nothing but firstdug Companies Kepre ecutol Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY STORE ROOM IN STANFORD FOR SALE I lUhllauction11EUEklISWItp1H7 County court tiny the U Vf VitnDevwr storeroom In Oiwrn Hou o Hlock Stan font It u occupied by the itoitonlce anti Is the most centrally located toreroam In town being directly opponlle the court house and on Main itnHtt Tide storeroom nun side room and n splendid Imminent The lot on which the room stands tour be yond the Ht Ainph creek end there U abundant ground for a large wnro house Will ill ut KnniP time n llIcrH knob land MlUi MATTIB V KIKItY- Htanford Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A one blue grass term for sale situated on new ptie near Iolnt Lvavell and six miles south of Lancaster containing acres well located In good neighborhood being part of the John walker tract with a hand some new two ttmy seron room residence thereon recently completed with nil out buildings and good new tarn 4Uxtt Well watoredilx never falling springs and creek running through Txiiun icitili In hand balance one anti two years rum day of sale bearing six per paidTenon hrh place please write K M and Isabelle Walker living on farm at Point iem ell or W O Walker Stanford Ky IsaUlle P K Mnnd W o WalkOr ulnl 111111 Ky DEADQAME If you will bring your iunaandHevolvers to me and let uiv put them In first clat condition have bait a years experience th that business I put new hamlleson Razor Blades Forrols on Walking Canes and Re pair Umbrellas Make specialty of fitting all kinds of keys to nil kinds of locks nil kind sr pa ring ou bicycles und keep In stork nil kinds of lilcy clo repairs Give me n trial and yonIII be satlillctl COLIKMAY lasNThlrdHt Iiaiivllle Kv IRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Benzley has charge ofI the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE G PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133I Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange tit TITLE co No 141 acres on tbo Wnynesburg pike near Highland room house barn anti olh erouttiuliaines nice orchard Thlsnrupvr ty II nearcburcil and echool houe le well worth the price Mete No Yl acres miles Boutli ot Crab Or chianti on tile Htnte road has a two atory house good burn orchard and Is well wate- redabout acre of this land Is bottom land and produces line crops A bargain ut ItJMO X cash balance In one and two years NoS119 acres on Buck Creek near Way nesburg broom house bunt other outbuilding plenty of water WJash price ti 600 No acres near Level Oreen Itock castle This tarot line a now 2 story countKy would cost to build now SI good barn crib Ac located near church and school This is a nice home and can bo bought for 110 per acre 34 cash remainder In months Nol 1SJ a the above farms 100 arras In cultivation Dwelling oM rooms good barn anti other outlmlldlngs nice or churl One of the lest spring In the county 1rloofVX half cat balance and t years No eI acres adjoining farms NOl and I 1t acres in cultivation balance In tlm tier Good white oak hickory und some line cedar tits 2story log huso and good orch anti well watered path price tijUM No12iAJ acres near Maretsburg Ky acres In cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outbuildings line water a nd school church anti H H station Irlce fffo cash balance In one and two years NoKtU acres nenrOonway Ky nearly all of this farm is bottom land floe for corn and meadow dwelling houiujhew Bern und other buildings on county road a miles froth llerea College Cash price tl eraNoposncre1 on Drakes trout 0rnbOrchard TIIII fllrm adjoins the pike and Is it part of the Oeo Ryan tarot This Is line land and In good condition nil necessary buildings Is a bargain at soil ter aero No 16111 acres near Btanford Ky in nice with n necessary bulldingseto can be bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all the nbovu tamil see or write L It Hughes or Jutnes I White Htanford Ky CriteriCJI1v J This label on your Coat means A FIT and I t J STYLE Our stock is composed of GREYS BROWNS and BLACKS the best and new + est out The young man who buys one ofIthese can feel assured he is WELL DRESS ED Our prices run from 10 to 25 ewtlltr H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Chapped hands and faces are among the most disagreeable facts of WinterUse Violet Glycerine or Bo rated Oatmeal Soaps dailyand YOU will escape them 10 Cents the Cake 25 Cents the Box PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky When you think of Roofing think of ALDRIDGE When you think of ALDRIDGE I think of Roofing t The best ROOF PAINT furnishedtand put on S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Banzai Tooth Powdert Is Hard to Beat 1 Try It Only 25 Cents V STANFORD DRUG CO j 1 CloaKs You can take one fifth oil the price of any of ICO of this wasdna vtfry Meet telling Coats These include Kci cyB Broadcloths Plush Velvet Caracul Etc Childrens Cloaks IIts a groat saving to buy these Cloaks at onefourth off the price J STANFORD KY Nov 211 1007 Tits Contract 5c cigar sold at Pen tws Drug Store is sure to please you Try It- NIENyou want to make your selection from the largest and most upto date line of post cards go to Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS 1MRS JoSKiH CoFP continues quite MR G L PENNY is in Louisville buy J ing goods Miss MARY MCKOBERTS is with Lou isville relatives W W WITIIEIIS of Lexington Is with relatives here Mn FOREST MCCLARY has a mild case of typhoid fever Mn T B HAMMONDS and wife spent several days in Casey i MRS J W HAYDEN of Puns is with the homcfolks here P Miss MILDRED COSUY of Junction City Is with Miss Bcsslo MRS JENNIE WOLF of Danville is with her sister Mrs T J Miss FLORENCE TANNER of McKlnt ney is with Mrs Mettle V Kirby MIJSSRS W II SHANKS and J T Embrytwero In Frankfort Tuesday jJ loin W iiiiuc LoGAN of Louisville Is with Mr and Mrs J H Oaughman MRS I C KELLY of Louisville I spent Thanksgiving with her parents here MRS SAN FULKBRSON of llIddIMI boro was tho guest of MrsW T Smith Mns J M MOUNT of Rocky Mount N c Is st the bcdsido of her father Mr J E Lynn- KARLDSCoFFEYof Wilton was a passenger on yesterday mornings Northbound train Miss PEACHIB BAUQHMAN came over from Sayro Institute Lexington to spend Thanksgiving MRS FRANK WILKINSON of Burgln camo up Wednesday to visit Mesdames It IJ and Ed Wilkinson HAYS FOSTER is at home from State College Lexington to spend Thanksgiving with the homefolks ELD C E POWKLL and wife of Lexington spent Thanksgiving with his father Capt B F Powell MR AND MRS J R MOUNT of Lan l caster attended tho burial of Mr John T G Lynn Wednesday afternoon MR C V GENTRY who served on the Federal grand jury at London was honored by being made foreman k MRS T P SIINK of Colesburg came up to attend the burial of he brotherinlaw Mr John G Lynn MR A T NUNNELLEY who Is trav olng for a Louisville firm in Texas Is here laying ofTuntll times get better MESSRS JACOBS HARRIS tho Mc Kinney monument men wont up to Madison county Wednesday to set up some work 4MIss BETTIB EVANS who has bee George P Bright and Susan Ycagcr left this week for Lex ington to spend awhile MESSRS WEAUEN HUGHES and Welch Rochester spent several days with Charles E Bohon at Lebanon They put in several days hunting MR A D ROOT returned yesterday from a visit to his son at Roosevelt Okla Mrs Root accompanied him but- remained in the South West for awhile MR J C HAYS who has been in an infirmary at Louisville for some time was brought homo yesterday by Mrs Hays His condition is unchanged we are sorry to state t l MRS WILL RIFFE and Miss tora Bo hon df the West End spent Wednes day with friends here Miss Bohon is just back from a very delightful visit to relatives in Illinois MISSES FRANCES BECKETT of Kan sas City and Nannotte Simpson of Quannah Texas who are attending Campbell Ilagerman College Lexington spent Thanksgiving with Mrs C E Tote k liON IIARVEY HELM left Wednesday afternoon for Washington to be present at tho opening of Congress Wo expect to hear Of some good work from our distinguished townsman at this session of Congress MESDAMESIT W SALLEE of Harrods burg J M Owens of Somerset Wil liam A McKinney and Mr Sam M Owens of the West End were at an elegant dinner given yesterday b their sister Mrs L B at her handsome homo on East Main street If LOCALS RINK tonight ISEC W II Muellers ad WATCH tor FarrisXmas opening TACKY rink tonight Winner will get a prizeI- IEATINO stoves at cot to make room for Xmas goods Farris CUT flowers roses and carnations for sale Mrs Ed Hubbard Stanford LOT of nice meat hogs sale J T Livingston Stanford R R No1 DONT themetacky skating rink tonight Come and enjoy yourself LOOKS like a stretching ma chine that cleanup sale of Sever onesTRS pay car passed up Tuesday It paid off partly in cash nod partly in script OYSTERS celery fowls cranberries and all kinds of fruits for Thanksgiving at Farris FOR rent for 1903 my house on West Main now occupied by Dr Fowler Miss Dora Straub THERE is none better than the Bent wood patent churn Call and seelit George D Hopper MRS LEE STONE has our thanks for a big plate of tho prettiest and best butter we have seen for a long time Tile SU Asaph Hotel set a magnificent Thanksgiving dinner yesterday It was partaken of by 100 or more guests IF you spend hour or to enjoyably attend tho tacky rink at Waltons Opera House this Friday evening Doo HUFFMAN hasopened a restaurant in the Old Inn on Depot street and asks a share of the public patronage TUB Caledonian ofMcKinney will give an oyster supper at that place next Saturday night Nov 80 Ad mission 2cS- IWERANCEs clean up of all goods left from Fall selling means a great MISSES LICCIB AND I MARY BCAZLEY aro adding a porch and making other improvements on their cottage on West Main street TIIOSB who do not pay their town r sale R G Jones city marshal MAKE a fitting climax to the Thanks giving functions by attending the Con cert of the Mountain Trio at Waltons Opera House Saturday night Nov 30 WITH every heating stove over 5 we van Coffee With every stove under 5 we give GOc worth of Karavan coffee The stoves are cheapthe coffee is excellent It is a bargain Geo D Hopper I SEND whichplease apply to my subscripton I intended coming to Kentucky to help celebrate the election of Judge Hager and the other democrats but since I have heard the elec tion returns have changed my mind writes Allen Hart of Hood River Oregon formerly of Klngsvillc TILE Stanford Entertainment Club is grateful for patronage of the last num ber of tho entertainment course and wishes to have an increased attendance at the next number which is to be given next Saturday night Nov 30 at Waltons Opera House A better mu sical program has not been given in Stanford in many years than that given by tho Concert Co says a good judge Another treat is in store for lovers of high class entertainment on the above- mentioned date IN a lengthy write up of the entertainment given by the Mountain Trio at Lancaster Ohio the Daily Eagle adds The principal feature of the excellent program however was the exquisite performance on the violin by Mr Pallor Brown who though quite youthful is the most skilled violinist that ever appeared before a Lancaster audience Tho quality of tone ho brings froin his cs the s almost marvelous Hear Mr Brown and Misses Vivian and Fowler at Wal tons Opera House Saturday night next Nov 30 No Weather Everyone of tile signs that men fail pointed to a very cold winter we bought heavily in Winter goods The very cold weather has not yeti ma terialized Somebody missed it We find ourselves yet with large quanti ties of Winter goods and these conditions call for an antidote Therefore our Greatest SemiAnnual CleanUp Sale begins MONDAY DEC 2ND The prices are cut deep in order to move them quick Come to this great rale Come early See circular for particulars SEVERANCE SON STANFORD boughtwinter for reachy Prophet LOT of fine big meat hogs for sale G A Swidebroad Hudgcville CAR of genuine Kanawha salt just arrived J II Baughman Co MR E L REINIIART shipped 125 pigeons to Cincinnati yesterday A MAN with a few hundred dollars to spare can get a good thing in the shape of an investment by calling on Mr It Hughes at once THE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices t ON account of the rainy weather of Saturday the sale of householdand kitchen furniture of Mr L B Nunnel Iy was postponed until next Saturday Nuv 30 at p M Go to hear theMountain Satur day Nov 30 and you will crown the Thanksgiving entertainment with a superb number The enterprise is a good one and the entertainment a treat TWENTY Mammoth Bronze Tom raised from a turkey that weighed 3t pounds at eight months for sale They are of the Landrigon Ferguson and Conger strain Mrs J E Lynn Stanford HAS Hon Ben B King experienced a change of heart Ho told several people thqt if lion W H Shanks de feated him one vote in the race for Representative that his election would be settled as far as he was concerned Mr Shanks majority was 141 and not withstanding this Mr King has had notice of contest served on him We do not know Mr Kings grounds for contest and believe he has no just rea son for his effort to take from him the scat the people elected Mr Shanks to fill We have no earthly fear of the result knowing that Mr Shanks was elected and having confidence in the tribunal before which the case will be tried We confess to a little surprise and some disappointment in Mr King however First place we believed him a man of too much good hose sense to take such a step and secondly we did not think him a covetuous man Trying to take that which belongs to another is not in keeping with the high class gentleman we hays always considered Mr King and we are constrained to the belief that he has either been misin formed mislead or miserably misguid ed He hasnt a ghost of a show win o and for his own sake and for that alone we hope he will think before he goes further into the contest LYNNAs briefl stated our Tues days isue Mr John G Lynn die Monday afternoon after a short illness Had he lived until today he would have been 59 years old The funeral too place at the late home at 1 ocloc Wednesday aften oon when Revs R R Noel and J M nay Taylor made ap propriate talks The immense throng that had gathers to pay respects to the good citlzci and neighbor fol lowed the remal to Buffalo Springs cemetery whet II that was mortal o the kind husbanil md indulgent was laid to rest Mr Lynn is by his wife and tree daughters Mrs Liccie Wood M a E Thomas Pence and Miss Kathc it e Lynn and in their great loss they u ire unbounded sympa thy Deceased hi d long been a mem ber of the Baptist church and Lincoln county had tow If ny more honorable and upright men May his splendid life be an Inspiration t the young men of his neighborhood Mr Lynn was a twin brother of Mi James E Lynn Since the above roa put in type Mr James E Lynn hoi gone the way of all good Ills death oci urred at about 1030 yesterday mornin What we have sold about Mr John Lynn can also be said of Mr James yon They were alike in person allk in ways and alike in good citizenship Truly can it bo said that two better men never lived in this section The latter gentleman had been ill for a long timo and death must have been a sweet relief Ho leaves a wife and five children vlz Mrs J E Claunch of Somerset Mrs W Logan Wood of Danville Mrs J M Mount of Rockv Mount N CA and Messrs Jesse C Lynn of this place and John G Lynn of the West End In their sorrow great sympathy is feltof them Mr James Lynn was a member of the Methodist church and was a regular at tendant of that church until his health gave away BrowN Leghorn roosters for sale at llcach S II Aldridge Stanford FOR seed ring ginseng plants at 15c A P Brackett Stan ford TACKY rinkat Waltons Opera House tonight Doors open at 730 oclock FOR SALEOne dozen Barred Ply mouth Rock hens and a fine rooster Ed Hubbard Stanford THOSE who have been waiting for Severance Sons reduction sale can now help themselves It begins Mon day Dec BuslNEss was pretty generally dus pended yesterday on account of Thanks giving The I J force put in the usual number of hours however THE young people gave an enjoyable impromptu hop at Waltons Opera House Wednesday evening Prof Til ford of Harrodsburg and Dr John Cook of this city furnished the music TILE Stanford Water Light Ice Co is furnishing fine arc and incandes cent light and an abundance of it these long dark nights When it is necessa ry the incandescents burn from 330 r M to 730 A M Manager Rout pro poses to please his patrons If he has to run the lights 24 hours per day MR A C DUNN of Lincoln county is a candidate for Doorkeeper of the House He hold the position session be fore last with great credit and his ma ny friends are anxiqus that ho should be again honored He is a wheelhorse democrat in his section and always helps the party to victory His selec tion would please a large number of democrats from all parts of the State Frankfort Journal TUB open session given at the Grad ed School Wednesday afternoon was largely attended and thoroughly enjoy ed Some 50 or more of the children took part and all did well The program which lasted for IJ hours con sisted of choruses solos recitations etc and Prof Ireland and his splendid corps of teachers have a right to feel good over the way their pupils acquitted themselves At the College from 1 to 2 the first grade Miss Annie McKinney teacher entertained a wellfilled chapel of friends and patrons of the school ONE of the newly elected councilmen asked us yesterday why we did not insist on the old council cleaning out the blind tigers instead of waiting for the new one to do so Had ho read these columns ho would have known that we have appealed to the old board as well repeatdwhisky Neither the board nor the League responded and that was one of supportkboard would do nothing we hope better of the new We honestly believe that Chief of Police Jones has tried to break up whisky selling but that he has failed to do so even he can not de officetcoondtive honorable man who will see to it that the laws are upheld it matters not who Is helped or hurt There is abund ant material for a good marshal Let us have such TACKY SKATING RISK Friday Night Nov 29 Waltons Opera House On account of the bail weather last Saturday night the Rink Club did not have the Potato Races as intended but next Friday night the Tack feet Lady and Gentleman will be awarded prizes Dont tail to come Tacky Doors open 730 Stanford Rink Club Suits S It you want to own ri swell Suit at a very small cost look ours over One lot Spring Suits for men Price 815 sale price 8675 12 Black or Grey Suit good stylesnew former price Sly and 81C50eale price 8975 12 new 40inch Coat Suits and Prince Chap Suits at onefourth off the price Most of these arrived within the last we- ekSKIRTS t We will allow you to take onefifth off the price of any of our excellent s how of Skirts South IDepot SEEfOur new stock of Holiday Comb Sets Barretts Beau ty Pins Hat Pins Belt Buckles Belt Pins Veil Pins Collar Supporters Fancy Ball PinsBelts Col lars Egyptian Silks Fasci natorsEiderdown Sacques Baby Caps and Moccasins Complete stock of Soft Sole Baby Shoes TRIBBLE HUGHES Goods Notions Shoes jDry Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY The Lid I The Lid I The Lid I It is off on prices at the Emporium at Huston ville W e are price fighters Your tl LidrBo sure anJ get it Irons our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected tho 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 cautifullut to select from Prices to suit all We carry a general line Clothing Boots and Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If you have never worn a pair of Shoes I dont wonder that you have been so disappointed Try ME27ears selling Shoes Our Falland Winter stock is now full and complete Come and inspect ottr stock I know I can do you good Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter We have everything for a good Thanksgiving Din = ner Phone us tJ your order Geo DP Hoppers Stanford Ky The Interior Journal Sintered in the Pott Office at Stanford c- ucondclau matter FmilJHnna TDBSUAfn AND THIDAY AT 5100 PER YEAR CAS When not so paid MOO will be charged LN TIMETABLE No Houth lltJl r U No St Mouth 1230 PINo si North 4B A No St North JUT p x JOS S RICE Agont Jesse W Sweeney rttoraXITOlt Livery Feed and Solo Stable Lancaster K- yNOTICE I Any one nettling a Union Jock and Wire with T Rtretcher can leave their order Newlund UtUniiforcl lie hat one be wilt show you nnd take your order and will nil tneiaine on short notice BTLUNSFOtlD B Da CARTER Now Liver Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY AS PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Oweley Building Joseph 3244 Vol I Is port bred unit tins been accepted for reg istry In the lint volume of The Tamworth ttwlno Record Association Book of the nssoviatlon nnd will boNoffitllnsnliovu Hire dam Alexundni Hire ofSlroMnpIu u Olin Hruce No aw dom of Hire Canadian NollleSMl Hire of iluiii Kentucky nor No dam of dam Golden On11 No 1WI It la well known that the TmmvorUi Hwlne Is tho hlgbelt prswine on the market Ills sire Award weight nt t ycara old 1ololdhis dnlll Ale3nndn ioriijOOk HU weight 355 at months lie croiirs well with every breed I will stand hint nt U cush JOHN COOK Stanford Ky I Je L Beazley Co n UndertaKers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Furniture llatting Rug They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Je C+ McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone Home Phone 33 H POSTED whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or kind of trei paring on our places und will prosecute vi to tho extent of the law f MreMnrjrlenpMMrs Hlmpion Hros P W Oftrter Hen P Martin M V Lawrence Iteuben Curtis i JH Hooker J M Pettus lllce Morgan Chappoll tireenFerrlllJMrsJiK Itilllnin t Peter Ilatmer Mrs Katherine Ador Metser A Paxton Ashloy A OJiannoii- Jnnien N Ouxh J Nevlu Carter O M stack Joseph IIullou- M H Jas Italnes J IYtlelrllMrs Itebcoca Carpenter WJj Martha AM lrye JII 1bompon- Tbomallerrlll Jns It Hklilmore DavltLHurUJii J K Huncuv- MUTtlchanUon Joseph Mrnst JIU Maths Hewei olll1cl1l1rol S Fred It K Oalnus Albert VonOruengnn A T Traylor Ulburn Ooooh N11 ItlcltnrdltestgrOwdry Will Hester ItONunnelley WO Floyd J h J LJarvls J W UaURhinau J B Hruce JO Hpratti W U Oooch WHHlgney J B Underwoodton hlvens lIfar1ln Alcorn JobnOuullmlcb WmOordter M D Klmorv 1MVldHtevgns IraN11Ooode OK Tntel I i rt t f FARMERS DEPARTMENT I want to rent a good farm This office Paris eats 477000 cattle and 1760 000 sheep yearly The pear tree often lives to be thrc hundred years old saleHKids store FOR SALEA No1 Jersey milk cow from Burnside nnd Dr Baileys Jerse herds Call on Jack Rout e I want to buy 100 barrels of corn nt onco I have some sows pigs am shoats to sell M J Hoffman More land Ky Vic Rice bought a farm containing acres for 2300 at Turnersvllle Lincoln county and will move to it Jan 1 Lancaster Record There came to my place about a month ngo a black gilt white stripe or forehead white feet weight about SO pounds Owner can get same by pay Ing for this notice and her keeping J L Anderson Crab Orchard Owing to the low prices offered for horses at the FasigTipton salo at Lex- Ington Karl Jungbluth of tho Waldeck stud Capt Harry Brown of the Gen orita stud and Miller Bishop and Pain ter of tho Millstream stud have with drawn their horses Clark county tobacco growers signed a pledge not to grow any crop in 1908 and many of the nonassociation grow ers said they would cooperate with them Work on the new sampling warehouse at Winchester is being rushed and thousands of samples have already been graded MATRIMONIAL Miss Ada Hemphill and Wallace Ma rion Wharton were married at Nichol asville Wednesday Martin Cunningham aged 18 and Miss Marry T Yocum 16 were joined heart and hand by Judge J S Owsley onWednesdayOur friend Mr John B Nevius was married at Brodhend at 10 oclock yesterday morning to Miss Lyda J Hilton the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs J Harry Hilton Rev Masters performed the ceremony and the wedding was a very quiet affair The groom is a son of Mrs Mattie Ne vius of this place and is a fine young man He is connected with the L S N and his headquarters are at Leba non Junction His bride is both pretty and popular and will prove a splendid helpmeet Mr and Mrs Nevius will spend several days in Louisville before going to Lebanon Junction to reside Lingering Cold Withstood Other Treatment But Quickly Cured By Chamberlains Cough Remedy Last winter I caught avery severe cold which lingered for weeks says J Urquhart ofZephyr Ontarla liMy cough was very harsh and dry The local dealer recommended Chamber lains 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 bo the best I have over used This remedy Is for sale by all Druggists In retaliation for a reduction in wag es from 15 to 126 cents per hour the foreign laborers employed at the Hoos ier quarries near Bedford Ind had two and onehalf inches cut from their shov els to meet the corresponding decrease saying short money short shovels Asa result the incident makes one of the most peculiar situations ever known in the stone district The Carrollton Democrat plant was burned The loss is 5000 and the ir mrance 2000 The plant is a total loss The origin of the fire is unknown The paper was established in 1853 Jr E C Smith editor and proprietor announces that he will rebuild at once The New Pure Food and Drug Law We are pleased to announce that oleys Honey and Tar for coughs olds and King troubles Is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other armful drugs and we recommend as a safe remedy for children and adults O L Penny The Liverpool Eng Courier is au thority for the statement that the profit from a single voyage of the Lusitania IS66ooo The expenditures are eat mated at 89950 The revenue from one trip must therefore amount to S155950 This is Worth Remembering As no one Is immune every person should remember that Foloys Kidney pure will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of medicine On fathers purse They make a run The Christmas shopping Has begun Detroit Eree Press Fire which originated in the wall of the store of Mrs Cynthia Collins and which was probably started by a rat bowing a match devastated the town if Rockcastle in Trigg eountyt Dancing Proves Fatal Many men and women catch colds a1 dances which terminate In pneumonia and consumption After exposure If Foleys Honey and Tar Is taken It will bred up a cold and no serious results need be feared Refuse any but the genuine In a yellow package O L Penny barIiberfew remaining hairs on the head of a customer is a bottle of my famous hairrestorerWhat want rejoined tho cus tomer sadly is a divorce And being a married man himself the tonsorial artist said no moreChl cago News Trial Catarrh treatments aro being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving td tho peoplewithout a pen nys cost tho great value of this scientific prescription known to drug gists everywhere as Dr Shoops Ca tarrh Remedy Sold by Pennys Drug StoreGeorge M Gallaway formerly a sa loon keeper at Guthrie killed himself while drunk Wo have secured the agency for Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup tho 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 Weak Kidneys Weak Kidney point In weak kidney Nerve The Kidneys like the Ifeart and the Stomach find their weakness not In the orom itself but In the nerve that control and guide and them Dr whoops HtttoraUTe Is a medldna iixdflcallr prepared to reach these contrqllta nerves To Kidneys alone U fume It is a route of time end of money u- wityour back aches or Is weak the trine- eralda or il dark you have symptoms of Drllbta or other distreulnx or dangerous kid neT disease try Dr 6 hoops KcstoraUre a month Tablets or JoIquldnd see what It can sad will do for you Druggi recommend and sell Dr Restorative EderheimerStein Make The Standard HOUSES ORCHARD t1IAHItu1T011BitUrnh Business Mnrkhuryky- GIVE TRllo- rHtanloNK7 Great Reduction I order make room for Spring stock Buggies I next days what have now hand great reduction price Call see E PENCE STANFORD KY First NationalOf Stanford Kyi BankCapital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established M the Deposit Dank of In 1191 then reorganised as the National Bank of Stanford In 1B8S and again reorganised as the First National Bank of Stanford to 183 having had practically an uninter rupted existence 43 ears It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than nilIn Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited AND LOTS FOR SALE IN CRAB I w +I hove for snlo two and lots on Fair Urouiul Htrevt Terms nmde known on nil lillcntlon Good for Sale stock of lite- rclnndlenteutwlllsell nt onco end pare furtheriwnformatluu ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy ready made clothing when there J so little dltTercnm in price of ready made suits and a suit made In your measure taken by nn experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Full nnd Winter Rood I tan make from n low bunlueu suit to the flneitdntus suit Also Overcoats Trons Irs and Kaccy Vests The company rep reseal Is second to none HO HUlLBY The In to my of will for the 30 sell I on at a in and T for before houses the Officers J BOOKER Press T IIARHI8 V Pres J J McKOBERTS Ohr W H WEAKKNAsit Obri Directors y Reid Danville T Harris Stanford J Rocker Stanford K L Tanner UcKlnnej U D Elmore Stanford n Baughman Stanford T P Bill Stanford Jas Robinson Bubble J II Baughman Stanford J U Pettus Stanford O L Tate Stanford r WantedBlue Grass Farmsf t If you want to sell or exchange your Farm Store Mill or other property write to us We are the oldest and most extensive advertisers of any real estate agency in Kentucky and arc in thecountryproperty It costs nothing to list with us We ask no charges unless property sells We also make a specialty of collecting notes and accounts If you have any for collection write to us Address Reference First National Bank Farmers National Batik and Citizens Bank Agencyk Mark this Distinction ITS the Wish and ability of themaker marks the difference between stylish clothing made to serve and common kinds made to sell Its through more effort experience newer methods and better work that Ederheimer Stein C Co get the results that distinguish WTherethis make o greater measure of con sistent value the sort of workman ship that produces perfect fit and the certainty of correct appearance And its our policy of discrimination selection and sale of such clothing that makes this the real live Young Mens store Come and be fitted TheMLongvrorth Is a medium length coat that U roomy comfortable stylish The Standard Is slightly longer but equally fashionable and distinctive Size 30 tot 38 Prices 15 to 30 r H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky Overcoats Ifor Young 11 MenThe T T ongworth I Call ami tee this one It will rave you time money and worry No more laborious work about the kitchen When you install an ELECTRIC RANGE cooking becomes an nucleating pleas- ureCEOFTQE H FARRIS TO HOUSEKEEPERS 1 L 11 1 The Standard Oil Cos INCORPORATEDe Celebrated Lamp Oil FIRE PROOF Gives a PERFECT LIGHT and is superior in every respect to the SoCallI 1 ed Fancy Oils for which you pay more money Try it and be convinced For sale by all uptodate dealers I I I tbt Lincoln 0ywiity national BankP KVncapital 5OOOQQQ 2600000xrS H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BDDKKEEPERI DIREOTORSi J B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Ceo W Carter Stanford John H Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford WVO Walks er Stanford J IL Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Crook R L Hubble Lancaster Wry NH Cummins Preachenvillb lii GwGooohj Waynesburg Ky l 1 L