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T wX- XXVSTANFORD TERIOP J U 4KY FRIDAY JANUARY 17 1908 NO 9fVOL r FLATWOOD J C Clouso and are doi with measles Sam Wilcox bought two hogs of Geo Ucnxlcy paying 6 per head Rev A C Ualrd filled his appointment at Goodhopo Saturday and Sunday delivering two good sermons but owing to the rain there was a amall congregation both days The INTERIOR JOURNAL and Lanca ter Record both make a mistake in tho killing they recently reported It was Speed Mason who killed John Knuc les on Fall Lick and not at FlatwoodI t as reported The placo of tho killing t is about six miles from Flatwood Jas Coldiron of Oneida Is visiting In this community Miss Willlo Cortnm entered school at Lancaster the first or tho year Miss Myrtlo Cormney has closed a successful term of school at t j Stony Point Joe Cormney was a visitor at Mrs M P Cormnoye Sun day Silas Ualrd leffMonday for Jell co whore ho will probably work as a bookkeeper for a while On Sunday afternoon Miss Vet Cronshorn of Crab Orchard and Rev A C Baird of this place were united In wedlocks holy bonds at tho homo or Milton Mahan In Lancaster Rev Hrummct performed tho ceremony Mrs Mahan had prepared a bountifi repast for tho couple and all join In wishing them a happy journey through life The bride Is a popular scho teacher of Lincoln CountyI Rank Foolishness When attacked by ncough or a cold or when your throat Is sore It Is rank foolishness to taxoany other mcdloln than Dr Kings Sow Dlseooryusas C O Kldrldgo of Empire Oa I hate used New Discovery seven year sad I know it U the last remedy on earth for roughs and colds uroup and nil throat and lunge troubles Ml children am subject to croup but New Dlieovory quickly euro overt attack Known tho world over all tho thing of throat and lung remedies Sold under guarantee at Penny1 Drug Store TAX and el Trial bot tld free You talk ofPlerpont Morgans collies said a Russian what do you think of a man who owns 35000 sheet dogs Impossible No no The man I refer to is Gus tav Jovnnovltch tho Russian mutton king Jovanovltcha sheep whiten tho Siberian plains for hundreds of squar miles They number 1750000 and 35 000 dogs look after them You talk or your mammoth American business enterprises but have you anything to compare with ono employing 3600 degas Whoa tho Stomach Heart orMCId nay nerves got wvnk then those organ always fail Dont drag the Stomaol nor stlmulnto toile Ilonrt or Kidneys That Is simply a innlntilfi Out a J proscription known to Druggist everywhere as Ur Slioops Hcu ra the The llMtoratlro Is propaiwl ox prossly for Jiewo weak Intld nerves Strengthen those nerves build thou up with Dr Shoops Kastoratlvo tablU or liquid and sec how quick y help will come Free sample Ito sent on request by Dr Snoop Haolno Wis Your health Is surely worth this simple tost Pennys Drug Storo A benedict out in Dubuquo Ono day made a terrible fluque Ho was kissing tho cook When his wire chanced to look Hes In bed since ho got tho rebuke A Tho llnost Coffee Substitute over made inns recently boon produced by Dr Shoop of Haolno WIs You dont have to boll It twenty orj thirty mi- nI utes Made in n minute says the doctor Health ColTeo Is really the closest CotTeo Imitation over yet produced Not a raln of real Coffee In Itolthor Health Coffee Imitation Is made from pure toasted cereals or v grains with malt nuts etc Really It would foot an expert wore he unknowingly drink It for Coffee Pen nys Drug Storo Mrs Knlckcr ynoticed that hard times have made servants any more reasonable 7 Mrs Mocker Yes Bridget has allowed us to take ono of our children out of the asylum lSimple Remedy for La grippe La grlppo coughs nro dangerous as they frequently develop Into pneu monia Foloys Honoy and Tar not only stops tho cough but heals and strengthens tho lungs so that no serious results need be feared Tho I genuine FoloyH Honey and Tar con tabs no harmful drugs and is in a yellow package Rofusp substitutes OL Penny i The average yield of wheat in India tv is officially stated to bo about 113 bush els per acre Something About the Lawton Section of Oklahoma I have forgotten whteher my sub scrip lion to tho cheapest and best has been paid or not but for fear it has not I enclose a check for 1 to pay for It ono year as I dont want to miss a sin Rio number As I have not written you for a long time I will write now a IIttlo of what I know about this country You know of course that we are now a State Instead of a territory and our Legislature in session making laws to govern our State Tho State started out in the good old democratic column und if tho party makes good the pledgI es made during the campaign I think there is no danger of the republicans taking the reins of government Cro11 us We started In with Statewide prohibition and tho bootleggers are giving our officers a lot of trouble but they get tho hot end of tho poker when thoy do get caught We had 25 saloons In Law ton but they all closed promptly at mid night on Nov 16 and since then we have not had one third as many arrests for crimes as before Last year was a hard year for theI farmer in this country Tho late Spring kept us from plowing or planting then bye had so much rain that we could not plow or plant The green bug destroyed nearly all tho oats and wheat andI the ground had to be planted in cotton which made a largo per cent of It late that the frost caught Il Out In spite of all this it has been a grand sight to n man from Kentucky to ace from to 100 wagon loads or bales oC cotton coming into town almost every day from October until Christmas have seen over 100 bales of cotton 01 tho streets in ono day and it brought all the way from J50 to 72 per bale according to size and quality Our coup ty raised plenty of corn Kaffir corn milo maize prairie hay and alfalfa ti do us and quite a little to spare and wo have fattened and shipped a great many hogs and cattle to Kansas City and Port Worth The financial panic scared our people considerably and just at tho beginning two banks railing In our county ono it our town did not help to quiet thou fears but this has all blown over ono bank is doing business again tho other one whose cashier committed suicide is in tho hands of a receiver and wit nearly if not quite pay its depositors In full Tho panic has tended to lower prices on farms and city property am every day the trains bring in home seekers and the county is filling up with a splendid class of people from all over the United States There are about 1C or perhaps 200 Kontuakions in thl county We all like this country but I want to say right here that it is not like old Kentucky There is no place that looks as good to mo as my old Kentucky homo There is a bettor chance here for young people to make a star In the world than in any of the older States It takes both brain and muscle to win and ono boy or girl has just all much chance as another provided thou hove the back bone to push and gi ahead and try to get there Wo have splendid schools here and the teachers got fairly good salaries S6 to 100 in the city schools and fron 3Ii to 05 in the country schools The teachers M e graded both in certificate end salaries on tho experience they have had in teaching as well as their xiininations For instance an uphll cant for a certificate may get an average of 90 per cent but If he has never aught he only gets a third class cortifi ate Tho next year ho can get a sea ind class certificate nnd EO on but he nust continue to teach and to attend tho Normal hold In each county every yenr Well I guess you will be tired of this letter so I will close by saying iC there Is any part of this you may wish to use do so With best wishes for the old reliable INTERIOR JOURNAL the good coplo of Stanford and Lincoln county und in fact tho grand old Common wealth of Kontnckjr I am very truly ours WU DBNIIAM Ipeclal Announcement Regard ing the National Pure Food and Drug Law Wo are pleased to announce that oloys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not alTcct ed by tho National Pure Food nnd Drug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and wo recommend it as a safe remedy for children and aiults O L Penny Because Joseph Banks refused to give his daughter in marriage to Albert Morrow an insane man Morrow shot and Instantly killed Banks and mortally wounded his brother Martin Banks at arbors Ridge Hardln county III Tho dwelling of Charley Mullinix in asey near tho Adair line was burned londay night The roof was falling in when the fire was discovered Mr ulhnlxs mother 70 years old was msumcd in tho flames nr a NEWS NOTES A Charles E Hughes club of 46 members has been formed at Kno yuleHiram Shannon aged CC and a veteran of tho Civil War fell down a flight of steps at his home in Louisville and was instantly killed Mrs L C Bergin of Warren Ky was found dead In the Stratford Hole Knoxville Tenn She Is thought to have died from poison The Southern railway will make a 10 percent cutin salaries of the president vice presidents nnd other general officers and their office forces Mrs Susan Ewing an aged Loui ville woman is missing and foul play IsI suspected as she had about 1000 In her possession when last seen Adolph Goldblatt of McKcespor Pa has a boy 19 months old who weighs 65 pounds and who is said toe more than a pound of meat a day Judge Dunne refused to admit to ball former Mayor Eugene E Schmitz of San Francisco whose conviction upon the charge of extortion was reverse by the Appellate Court The stock brokerage firm of DaneI Smith Co members of tho Bosto Stock Exchange announced its suspen lion The failure is not regarded as ono of any great Importance Judge Coffey of tho Superior Cour at San Francisco has appointed Ed ward J Lebreton receiver for the California Safe Deposit and Trust Com pany and fixed his bond at 1000000 Whilchandling a shotgun with wide he had been huntingthe 10 year old boy or Scott Jackson accidentally shot and killed himself The tragedy occurred in the Richland neighborhood of Knox ountyCouncil MacReynolds for the Gov ernment in tho proceedings against the American Tobacco Chmpany for alleged violation of the Sherman antitrust aw will visit Louisville for further ivldcncc The correspondents representing the gaily papers at Frankfort have formed in organization for social purposes Shelton Saufley of Frankfort is the president and John H Stuart also of- Frankfort secretary J Barker an employe of the roller mills at Stlthton Hardin county was aught In the machinery and whirled round a shaft running at the rate of JCO revolutions per minute yet he lived two hours after tho accident Thirty passengers on tho Maysville branch of the L N railroad had a narrow escape from being buried alive or crushed to death in a tunnel 000 feel long just beyond Carlisle which caved in just as the train was entering it More than 99 per cent of tho oil business in Colorado Wyoming Utah Montana and New Mexico is controller by the Standard Oil Company accordI- ng to the testimony nt tho hearing of the Govonnment suit in Now York Judge Parker in his charge to the grand jury nt Lexington instructed tha body thoroughly to Investigate the tobacco situation declaring that seri ui conditions prevail when law an- dlarder hail to be maintained at the can nons mouth Tho Sea Island Cotton Association or Georgia and Florida in convention at Valdosta Ga adopted tho recom nondation of a special committee for the formation of n cotton warehouse end holding company with a capital stock of 250000 Retwoen CO and 75 persons were burned to death in a fire which destroy cJ tho Khoads Opera house in Boyer own Pa The fire was caused by the explosion of a tank during a church lenefit Most of the victims were vomen and children A tickling cough from any causes quickly stopped by Dr Shoops touch Cure And it is so thoroughly Shooplwithout hesitation oven to very young rubles The wholesome green leaves nd tondorstcms of ilungheallng mountainous shrub furnish the cura tle properties to Dr Shoops Cough Bure It calms the cough and heals tho sore and sensitive bronchial mom rones No Opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injulro or sup rem Simply a resinous plant ex tract that helps to heal aching lungs fhe Spaniards call this shrub which tho Doctor UIiOSII Tho Sacred Herb always demand Dr Shoops Bough Bure Pennys Drug Store Announcement has been made by W W Byerly Chairman of tho Eleventh District Republican Con ressional Committee that Caleb Powers in the event that ho is granted a pardon by Governor Willson will bo sent to CongressSomerset Journal Disturbed The Congregation The person who disturbed tho con egatlon last Sunday by continually lughlng Is requested to buy a bottle of Foloys Honey and Tar G L Penn PREACHERSVILE Will Rigsby of Billings Mont Is with relatives in the East End Hohzclaw Herndon received 10c for their tobacco delivered in Lexini tonBorn to the wife of John BellII fine boy Johnnie Rigsby Is taking a course in agriculture at State College- J H Thompson sold a pair of mules to Joo Thompson for 292CO also sold 16 mules at an average price of 117 J D Horton sold some hogs to W I Herrin the jailer at Cc delivered Rev John Smith of WIlliamsburg visited hU uncle Evan Foley and preach ed at the Baptist church while here Tho Baptist brethren will meet the 181h to call a pastor Other very Important business will be transacted then Mrs M O Kennedy has a tough siege of measles Mrs N J Horton who has been quito sick Is some better Little Clyde Holtzclaw has measles Quincy Carpenter who has been in the army is now with his parents Mr and Mrs S D Carpenter He talks very Interestingly of the Philippines- Mr Quincy Carpenter and Miss Annabel Deshon of Garrard were unl ted In marriage at Rev F D Palmet ers Monday evening The marriage Is the culmination of a courtship of three years carried on mostly by correspond unco while the groom was in the army The groom is tho eldest son of S D Carpenter and is liked by all The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Wiley Deshon of Garrard and is quite pretty We wish them well Mrs R C White and little daughter visited her mother Mrs N J Horton Miss Hallie Brown of Garrard was the guest of Miss Ella Thompson Mrs America Sowder is with her daughter Mrs Ledford in Owsley county James W Blankenship and little daughter of Mercer and Mrs J Kirby and family if Lowel visited their parents Mr ind Mrs Henry Blankenship Prof A C Lunsford of Jessamine visited its father B T Lunsford and Fred Shaw and wife Emmett Herndon and family have moved near Stanford lie ived here and was a good citizen Troy and Owen Duval and Albert Tow er their brotherIn law visited the lomefolks They live at Greensburg- Ind MIDDLEBURG J K Coffey was kicked by a mule and has been confined to his room since The Sunday school teachers will meet with Mr and Mrs W T Miller Fri lay evening at 630 Mr and Mrs Geot Hansford oi Boyle were here Sunday to see Mr lansfords father who is sick A warrant bringing n serious charge against Cecil Sweet has been sworn out by Pattie Raitforn Tho case will be riedlierc If tho Legislature goes along and erects Nominee Beckham U S Senator and Watterson finds it out he will be mighty mad Elvin Durham and Miss Artie Wall were married Saturday They livq in the Mt Olive section and are said to be excellent young people Middlcburg Normal College is running ilong nicely with a full attendance Mrs Laura Lee has charge of the teachers course and is giving satisfaction ProC Lawhorn teaches tho interme iiate and Miss Bessie Leo the primary Miss Etta Watkins has returned from efTersonville Claude Prultt n former townsman was hero Tuesday Prof J S Lawhorn vAis in Liberty Saturday on business William Hansford con inues quite feeble Ernest Winfrey sprained his ankle while playing football at the college and has been hopping around since Dr and Mrs C B Breech have rented rooms of John Paul and have gone to house keeping FROM THE ANTILLES Chamberlains Cough Remedy Benefits a City Councilman at Kingston Jamaica Mr W OReilly Fogarty who is a embor of tho City Council at Kingston Jamaica West Indies writes as follows Ono bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy had good effect 011 a cough that was giving me troubled I think I should have been more uickly relieved it I had continued tho remedy That It was beneficial nnd- quick In relieving me there Is no doubt and It Is my Intention to obtain unoth or bottle For sale by alt drllgglsts Whether one sympathizes with Caleb Powers or thinks he ought to be hung it is impossible to dismiss without admiration tho Immortal Ten who- sat on tho jury In Trial IV New Ser- les I which closed with no verdict at eorgetown Saturday Not content with confining themselves to the matter in hand the Immortal Ten must go out of their way declare Jim oward innocent to weep over Pow sign affidavits galore and to- make Idiots of themselves generally rnthiana Democrats ti YW w i n4 Fl Ef1MQ Cut Price Sale I All Winter Goods Must Be Sold Regardless of CostrIn order to make room for the large stock of Spring Goods that is to come in soon 820 Mens Suits cut to 813U8 t 1750 1248 1500 1148 1250 U 948 1000 748 750 468 5r 86 348 SlTiOO Mens Overcoats Cut to 81008 120oJ 848 lOOn J08 7 50 861 4 08 600 it fiOO 348 1500 Belts Craviuotte Rain ponts Opt to 1008 1250 898 t 1000 II 1548 84 Mens llighJCut Shoes cut to 8348 8350 Menrd High Cut Shoes cut to S 298 83 Mars High Cut Shoes cut to 248 The above are only a few of tho Bargains wo have for you Come in und eco what we have SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies mid Gents Furnishings Etc Ira ReauciianiA dII In order to make room for my Spring stock of Buggies I will for the next 30 days sell what 1 haver now on hand at a great reduction in price Call and see E T PENCE STANFORD KYr HiI j The Interior Journal c WALTONI MCSERk counts Democrat 0 M BRUCE It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count abjpct to the nctlou of the Democrat c 4pony JAMES Co HAYS i 11ft candidate for allt r of Lincoln county abject to the notion of the t11ocrllllc party 0 C ALLEN Is a camtldnte for Assessor of Uncolncoun ty subject to the action of the Democratl party Democratic Ticket For United States Senator J C WBECKHAM Gov BECKIIAM was not elected Sena tor onthe first ballot Tuesday as we hoped believed and predicted but we think yet that he will reach the goal The six gentlemen who voted against him and the silent gentleman from Boyle no doubt feel that they have cause for their action in preventing the election of a democrat who won his nomination in the hottest tight ever waged in Kentucky and we hope they will all explain themselves before many days havejpasscd Powerful influences are being used by lobbyists at Frank fort to prevent Gov Beckhams telecI tion but of course none of the holy seven as the CourierJournal and other republican papers now regard them could be driven from the line of duty by other than just methods Mueller and McKnight stated their positions Tuesday when they voted for Baird and Kehoe respectively and Wheeler Campbell made his little speech Wednesday but the others are as dumb as oysters What they propose to do we are not certain but having an abid leg faith in democrats and democracy we feel that they or most of them anyway will come to their senses and at some time not far distant do what they should bv helping elect Gov Beckham IF the proposed redistricting bill of Representative Strange republican of Hart county goes through and it is certain that it will not Lincoln county will still be in the Eighth district The other counties that will compose this district are Bath Clark Estill Fay ette Garrard Jessamine Madison Menefee Powell and Woodford Doyle will be in the Fourth with Anderson Breckinridgc Bullitt Grayson Hardin Lame Marion Meade Mercer Nelson Spencer Taylor and Washington Ca sey and Pulaski will remain in the Eleventh with Adair Allen Barren Clinton Cumberland Green Hart Met calf Monroe Russell and Wayne Ac cording to this arrangement the First Second Fourth Sixth Seventh and Eighth would be democratic and the Third Fifth Ninth Tenth and Eleventh would be republican taking for exam ple the vote in the HagerWillson race last year viGOROUS defense of States rights in dealing with violations of civil rights or with special elections where troops have been called into service served to enliven the debate in the House in con nection with the consideration of the bill to codify the penal laws of the Uni ted States A number of Democrats sought by amendment to reserve to the States discretion as to the qualifica tions of voters or of persons to serve as juries and to limit the powers of Federal Judges but every attempt failed Tits Advocate neither endorses nor condemns Representative E W Lil lards course in not voting in the sena torial race but Its editors W Heed Embry and W Vernon Richardson vociferously applauded Mr Lillard when he failed to answer when his name was called Tuesday It will be remembered that the Advocate has un til recently espoused Nominee Beck hams cause The paper and its editors should get together and map out a consistent course and follow it TilE Attorney General has advised the Secretary of the Treasury that the portion of the regulations of the Com missioner of Internal Revenue permitting the branding of distilled spirits or whiskey rum or gin is contrary to law and must be modified in accordance with the terms of the construction given to the law by the Attorney Gen eral Gov WILLSON well a special message to the Legislature calling attention to the fact that February 12 1909 is the 100th anniversary of Abra 1KentuckyBoyle should be a man or a mouse Hi he cant vote for Beckham let him go with the bolters or the Bradley contingent The good Lord did not f for a man to be a clam II SENATOR TABD who voted for II Smith for Senator Tnesday came across Wednesday and cast his for Gov Oeckham Let the other six do likewise l RaceIresult of the race for U S Senator by the vote yesterday ExGov Beckham still being three votes short McKnight of Mason county voted for McCrenry and Charlton of Louisville for R W Knott Lillard of Boyle did not vote Beckhams managers arc still confident of his election POLITICAL President Roosevelt has declared his intention of reappointing Maj A 1 Wood as Pension Agent for Kentucky Friends of former Gov William L Douglas of Massachusetts arc boom- Ing him for the Democratic nomination for Vice President Finley Fogg was elected Prison Com missioner and Frank Kavnnaugh Stat Librarian at the joint session of the House and Senate Tuesday Secretary Tafdenies the report tha he contemplate resigning from the Cabinet in order to devote his attention to his presidentialcampaign Gov Hughes still maintains silence regarding the movement in favor of his indorsement by tho Republicans of New York for the presidential nomination Representative Sherley made an ar gument before the House LibraryiCom mittce in favor of the preservation of the historic trees in the Botanic Garden in Washington Caldwell Norton of Louisville was appointed by Gov Willson as a memo ber of the State Board of Agriculture Forestry and Immigration He suc ceeds Lawrence Jones as member from Roosevelt has indicated that he Is disposed to appoint a Louisville man as Surveyor of Customs and will do so unless the four Republican Congressmen from Kentucky reach an agreement on a candidate Gov Patterson of Tennessee has asked the railroad presidents of that State to meet in Nashville January 27 to lower passenger rates and save him the necessity of calling an extra session of the Legislature for this pur pose The Contest Committee Incharge of the case of A J Gorham Democrat against C C Patrick Republican from Fayette county will report in favor of Mr Patrick and reccommend an allowance of 150 to Mr Gorham for ex penses The State Board of Election Com missioners issued certificates to the Re publicans in the Twentysixthand Twentythird judicial districts The democratic incumbents claim that their appointments hold good until the regu liar election In transmitting to the Senate Gov Magoons report on conditions in Cuba President Roosevelt said that by 01 before Feb 1 1909 we shall have turned over thb island to the president and Congress to be elected next December by the people of Cuba Threats of extending the county unit local law if not actual State prohibition is the alternate held out by the republicans unless the democrats agree to the passage of a law abolish the Board of Prison Com missioners and creating in its stead a bi partisan board to manage the State penal institutions IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Lucy Dooley colored was found dead in her home in Danville Bruce Hall has been appointed post master at Indian Head Pulaski county- A Longo the Danville pop man bought of the Sumrall heirs the busi ness house he occupies for 35000 At Burnside Bill Butcher was shot by J M Wasson extown marshal Butcher was taken to Somerset where diedDr T Hammonds will remove from Casey to Glenville The doctor has two daughters old enough to enter college and it is our understanding that tie will educate them at Columbia Adair News Knox and Whitley counties will unite in the construction of a modern steel bridge across the Cumberland river at ryes Ferrv The bridge will cost 15 and will connect the two counties it that point With seven cases of typhoid fever in his family and the death of a 12year old daughter last Sunday from the same disease misfortune has knocked heav ily at the door of II T Jackson of Laurel county Jess the twelve yearold son of John Burnett of Science Hill was shot perhaps fatally by a playmate Albert Hunt The shooting it is claimed was accidental The bullet entered young Burnetts mouth lodging In the neck Bad Stomach Trouble Cured Having been sick for tho past two years with a bad stomach trouble a friend gave me a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They did me so much good that I bought a bottle of them and have used twelve bottles In all Today Ii am well of a bad stomach trouble Mrs John Lowe Cooper Maine Those tablets are for sale by all druggists IThe Illinois Central railroad directo have declared the regular semiannual dividend of 3f per cent BRODHEAD Prof Ed R Gentry began school here Monday with about 50 pupils Mrs Amanda Sigmons funeral sere mon was preached on Tuesday instead ofSundayEarl condition is not so bat as at first thought Ills eyes are get ting botterDMrS Mary Albright is soon to erect a large livery and feed barn on the site where the old one stands Rev T M Smith of Wallaceton hat been called as pastor of the Baptist church here for the ensuing year We hear that Lige Hcrrin of the Glades section is very low with fever MartinOwenshosevifo sickA prayer and Bible reading service has been organized at the Baptist church and all denominations are invited to take part The meetings will be held on Thursday night of each week The Modern Woodmen of America at their meeting last Saturday night in stalled the following officers E R Gentry counsel 0 A Frith advisor E B Newland secretary C II Frith escort M C Albright banker R E Brooks sentinel Dr W F Carter physician C H Frith Boguc Smith and W F Carter managers After the instillation a sumptuous repast was en joyed consisting of oysters cream and cake Will Fish Charles McKenzie and F L Thompson Jr of Mt Ver non were Visiting brothers Misses Lena and Hazel Albright have returned from a visit to friends at Pine ville Karl and Herbert Painter have returned to Corbin after a long visit to GIEWatson visited friends in Mt Vernon Miss Jewel Francisco has returned from a vist to relatives in Williamsburg Rev A J Pike and daughter Miss Eliza were in Mt Vernon Sunday F F Francisco is visiting his son in La follette Tenn CHURCH MATTERSI The morning hour for worship at the Presbyterian church next Sunday will be at 11 oclock instead of 1045 and will continue to be the usual hour for the meeting The theme will be The Disappointment of the World with Christ A cordial invitation is extend ed to all to worship with us The Pas tor Why Sutler mRheumatism Do you know that rheumatic pains can be relieved If you doubt this just try one application of Chamber lains Pain Hahn It will make rest and sleep possible and that certainly moans a great deal to any one afflict ed with rheumatism For sale by all druggists A bill forbidding the carrying in the mails of betting tickets on horse races and of newspapers containing betting Information was introduced in the House by Mr Gordon of Tennessee When George Murphy colored who pleaded guilty of larceny in Jefferson City Mo was searched 31 razors were found in his pockets The Havlin Hotel Company of Cin cinnati has been placed in the hands of a receiver A S PRICESurgeon Oontist sTANfORD KENTUCKY Jillcej over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owelcy Building Women Inclined to Constipation Women owing to their peculiar func tions are prone to constipation and many of their other are due to this congestion In the bowels which fills the blood with impure matter that permeates the entire system In most cases breath bad complexion sick headache and such like ills are primarily caused by constipation or indigestion Women should be happy to learn of a remedy that cures constipation and Indigestion and that boa such other ingredients as purity the blood and tone up all tbo digestive organs thl remedy Is Dr Calclwclls Syrup Pepsin which can be bought at any drug store for cents or II a bottle Women have been curing themselrcs with this remedy for sixteen years and the otter of years ago still stands to4a that rou buy Dr Caidwella Syrup Pepsin with the understanding that It win do as claimed or your money wul be refunded This neat herb laxative compound Is ripen ally suited to the delicate system of women be cause of its gentle but prompt action Its pleasant taste and Its freedom from griping It does not weaken like purgatives and cathartics but builds up and strengthens It Is a guaranteed permanent cure and should be as steadily la our home as In that of thousands of others Women use It themselves and give It to children In preference to any other laxative because it Is uaranteed to do what a good laxative should do and does It gently Mrs Tyner of 838 Me jatn Ave St Lout Mo is glad to say that It ured her constipation and stomach trouble recommends It to American womankind She but one of thousands who are loud In praise of IsI You who have never used it should begin day You will date your freedom from sickness to the day that you start the use of Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin Your druggist will sell ioU a bottle under our absolute guarantee II FREE TEST Those wUMng to try Or Cald wells Synio Pepsin Defers Duyl Ing tin have a Iree sample bottle sent U tnelr horns sddrsttlng the company Thlt offer to prove ttuttlie remedy do at claim and only open to IwIIolave never taken It Srnd br It If you have anyI symptoms of stomach liver or towel disease Gentlest et most ranglove for children women and old folks permanent horns cure THE rustic VERDICT No loathe Good and Sure pEPSINThbproductrg PEPSIN SYRUP CO 118 Caldwell Bldg MenUetllo III McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors IVnlrrs In nnd manufacturers of Ornnlte and Marble Monuments Ximllnm Work nt Il nMiintiU 1rlce Olllco and Works McKlnney Ky Mliop clowil on Hnturdny INSURANCElire Lightning WindStorm Lire and Locldent None the HTItyNCIKHT and 3IC4TCompnnteslteprescntcd Ixmcst lo itblo Into laying Heo toe Unequalled Talk with VTAHONY Stanford Kentucky KrtldencH 1hono No 81 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ion Lucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclaw Companies Konre rental Jesse D Weare n The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Wb buy rcndymndeclothlngwhen there 110111110 difference In the price ol ready- Made cults and u suit mnd t your measure taken by nn t Irll1 tnllorT I hove hnndsoine line of Fall anti Winter good I sheauestdreesuitAIoOverroataTroun irs and Fancy Vests The compnny I rep The Tailor nontI Hlnnford Iy o marge for oxanunsiionorsciPiitlttenl ly II UIIK fytuiiv tlllloonlIJItlhod 1ro vrlptlnnKhui ground to order sat In style frame or Hfiftnii mOllnlllls work and tnntirlikl guaranteed MitUfaetorri charges moderate littntril In Cuntrul Telephone Ilulldlng llummivlll Ky I 1MWKIU- tirnduntfdiptometrynt aI THE MIDWINTER TERM WlilfU h tin rush term open Jail J- llo vouwnnt to Ui woikinii unit in the llvett moel nmbltloun ntliutliintie ntiil professional body ol iruchrr fVIT kintherwl together for study In Kn u rn K 01 lid It o sea your Iounty MUH rliitMilnt now ntiout nn appointment to fri tuition If you leave not already dour M unil writ Io the President of tn L K S for n ontnloM trlllnc htm what studio you ill sire Addre II N IKiutK Itifhiiioiid KI Cough Caution JfcvwposltlYelrnevrrpolJonTourlunw If yon couch even from ft you ihould alwyeheabonthe ndnuqtho trrlutul bron chial tubs Dont blindly lupprru it with Stupefying poison Ittumnro bownm tlilnt finally fome about for twenty yran Kr SboopI bite nxuuntly lImN poop not to takneons h mixture or pmrrlrtlont contalnlns similar And now a UUleI la11IfVer wood and others should iniltt on badnyDr hoop Conch Cure No poi on marks on Dr Shoop and none In tha medicine tlw It must bylaw on the label And Its not only Sate but It Is tald to bo by thorn that knowlt bent a lrul re tnarkabla rotuh reme ly Take norhanrn then inrtlrularly wlthyourclUMren Insist on havlnir Ir Hlioopf Cbugh Cure Compare carefully the Dr Bhoop porfcaco with othrrs and note the difference No poison marks there You cau always bo on the cafe by demanding DrsShoops Cough CurePENNYS DRUG STORE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exttian e- TITLE CO No lolucrea on the Wayncsburg pike near lIlRliliinUSrooiii house darn nnaloth cr OUlblllllllnllhIC This Ilwllllr- IY acbooJlIOUle Is well the 8154- 11Noyl6UucrebYndlesSouth of Crab Or chard on tine Htntu roust hiss n twostory house good bans orchard and Is well water ed about acres of this land Is bottom lund and produce line crops A bargain at Ilpll j club bnluncu In one slid two years No alI i acres on Duck Creek near Way nesburK 4rooni house barn stud other out liullillnin knty of water Cash price tJ aleNole8aeree near Level Orcen Rock castle county Ky This farm has n new 2 story franiHhouso would cost to build now liuO good burn crib Ac located near church and ncliool This Is a nice home and can 1m bought for per acre cats re mainder In 12 months No 6 Wl iicres adjoining the above farms aero In cultivation dwelling of rooms good horn and other outbuildings nice or chard One 01 tin best spring In the coup ty 1rleo fVJUOj half cash balance and iyears No 6lilt acres adjoining farms Nos nnd Ii la acres In cultivation Issuance In tilts tier Qootl white oak hickory and some lino cedar line 2story log hue nnd good orch ard well watered Cash price Houy No1A acres near Muretsburg Ky acres in cultivation good dwelling honsu bun trod necessary outbuildings line Wilier nnd school church and It H station Price ftffU cash balance In one and two years No82L4 acres nearOonwny Ky nearly all of title farm In button land lino for corn nnd meadow very good dwelling housejnew burn and other buildings on county rand o mites fruit Korea College lash price Xe No pa3ncres on Drakes Creek 3 miles Orab Orchard This farm adjoins tha fnrmIlbbnecessary 8W per acre No lo7i ncros near n nice shape with sill necessary bulltlingeta can Ira bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to nit the above forma see or rllll Ii It Hugbvs or Jauuis I White Htnnford Ky RemInUGrIttolttl- lses Wo feel it it time niul epacc veilspent to occasionally to you of the Many Little Tilings wo have in tO kitIIt Clothing t t V t1- or every description liens suite Overcoat Odd Punt Fancy Vests Boy1 Suits and Ill Pun in Overalls Work Shirts Dress Shirts Underwear Collnra Siupoiidare Xockticj Mulllors Silk and Linen IInndkrcielH ocls1 Hfits Colla It Button Ciiiniutton Stick Pins Gloves Umbrella Moils Walking Canes Shoo lolili Show Luces SHOES FOR MEN i Dras Show Work Shot Bootoj High Top Shoos Boots lUiblwr hoots Rubber ShlL t LADIES SHOES i Ladies Ititbhoie Childrens Rubbers Trunks Hags Suit Cat Etc Hoinombor that when needing any of those articles 4 there is but ono place to got theta yens know Come in andr we will tell you and show you fer H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY NO BETTER UGREMEDY is made than our Compound Syrup of White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle t PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky lmBB 39D 3939E9BB3EE When you think of Roofing think of ALDRIDGE When you think of ALDRIDGE tJthink of Roofing The best ROOF PAINT furnished and put on S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky If You Want the Purest and Best f Drugs get Them from rd STANFORD DRUG CO r 25 Cents s i Is the price of Corset Cover Embroidery Us ually sells at 35c lOc is the price of the double edge basting for shoulder straps South East M I BTAM OIU KY JAN 17 1008 ITRY soma of our Imported Pure Oltvo Oil 35s and GOc a bottle Drug- Store Soc Mil JorT HMDUY Is In Mils II C FAIIIUS Is visiting reinR lives at Somerset Mils LAURA RICE went to Labanon I Junction Wednesday Mils GroiiGK P HnicilT has been qulto sick but is improving ATTORNEYS W S Hunciiiind Thomas I H Shanks are in FrankrortarMRS S P WIIITT formerly of the East End orders her paper sent to Stroud Oklo and t Mtt GEOROB LOGAN and family have moved to their farm In tho Walnut Flat PHOF AND MRS W C GRINSTBAD of Danville are with tncir daughter tal Mrs J W Ireland MR THOMAS MCBRATII of the Hidgcvlllo section spent several days I with Somerset friends MR U B MAn NY left Tuesday tot to spend a few weeks with his brothers and sisters at NunnlnR S C I MR G E llOYD of Castlowood Vapr whohnn been with hto friend MrJ W Williams returned homo Wednesday + Mn tinonac T McUoiimrrs Grccncastlc Tho Ind pasted up yesterday to llrodhcnil to visit his sister Mrs J yG Frith Mi9H8 VinatNiA CirnoN end Winnie Cain have returned fr hm a visit to DrIn and Mrs Dottn In liutenvllleSomer- set Journal h NewtMnsiHMKsJ E JOHNSON of Orleans and J of Birmingham are guests of tho formers parents Mr and Mfs Ceo P Bright for THEHK was a Sappy gathering at Mr and tin J W Longs n few days I since All of were pro sent and each token of remembrance the1Chlldrcn enjoyed an Iexcellent cele Eo Mn ANt their betel the of marriage 12th Thoso pre sent sundllYJtho Mrs Theo G Moren W A Parsley H t Elder and Mm j E Miller of Lon J don Mr and Mtt D L Young and Mr and Mrs J L Caldwell of PlUs urgPittebu Cor London Sentinel t OCALS J 0 ATTEND the rjnk tonlRht f STOCK nnd P Itryat Singletons PLACE o tier for Amercan fence at onco At Goo H Farris CIXJTIIES cleaned dyed and repaired- at Cook FarnScrs barber shop incubator and FOR SALEA250eBB brooder Mrs henry D Holdcrman Stanford tiof this county won old fiddlers contest at Dnnvlllo last week 1IHAVE for sale 60 saw logs and cords of wood M F Lawrence It F D No 4 Stanford WE will duocashbusiness year Please cull and settle your years account Bcazloy Bros GREEN HANSFORD was given CO days tv in jail for selling whisky Will Best also colored sin jail charged with dynamiting WE now hnvq a complete stock of sewer plpo and flue tiling and aro ready to furnish any sizes at the usual prices George D Hopper MR J Ri EDWARDS nn expert piano tuner Is In town doing some good work in tuning and repairing pianos and organs If you need his services call on or phono him at the CotTcy Hotel attentionf etof Police Car fTIEcalled to tho loafers that gather street corners at tho depot and public places Such gatherings are In violation of the Alverson Vagrancy law and should be stopped VERY little is being done by tho special term of circuit court which is in session here Tho damage suit of Mrs Annie Engleman against tho L N was postponed until tho February term Mrs Engleman is suing for 30000 dam ages for tho killing of her daughter M Miss Bessie Kay Engleman by one of the companys trains rwtr 0rllL r DIG rink tonight Come early andIavoid tho rush I WILL continue tb make photos at pfr dozen for SOJdays longer Frank Cordicr Rowland J SiLVFHLAcn Wya dotto Roosters li pure strain for sale Mrs A J Rice fI F D Moroland Ky InTllcneners at the rink tills Friday evening Attend and watch heir antics for tho ALL accounts dub us and not paid by Feb 1st will bet aced in the hands of officer for collection Cummins S f I HAVE new pa erns and new flosses tho ladles aru invited to call at my homo and see hem Miss Maggie Bright Stanford DR Joss FU BECK has opened a den 14 offlco in tho eatherford Hotel at Hustonville and is ready to wall on those who wish ork done In his line I Tim Central rntucky Real Estate Exchange Tit o Co has farms of 100 V acres f r sale at a bargain Wrlto or appl for particulars and of Till Central entucky Medical Association met n Danville yesterday In subject for lobato was Epilepsy which was led I y Dr W F Hickle of Rubble Fort SAte icvoril cone pulleys R Imposing stone lot of second l type ty to oases stands and other printers f ippllcs Write orphone on ol11ce KELSAYS new angled revolving drug sign snakes a mn i with a jag on rush tho water wt gon Somerset Journal Personal c pericnce or observation Brer Camp ell which 1 EMIIROIDBRY While your hand Is In is begin your ran y work for Spring Stamping by Mrs J S Kendrick 21G Lexington Strict with Mrs Ander N son opposite Ca dwell College Dan ville Ky MESSRS R EEe Sits and James Kennedy we taken to Danville Wednesday to tcs ify for the Commonwealth in tho case of Frank Chapman charged with klllli g Joe Rice at Hedge villc some months igo Tile Daily Fran fort State Journal the ofllcinl organ f tho House and Sen ate can be had fn m now until tho Leg- Islature adjourns jvhich will be about April for Hifidus the money and wo will forward or you TILE Lincoln co nty National Bank elected tho old boa d of directors withi tho exception of M L G Gooch who is now president f the Vaynesburg Deposit thank Hi desired to be re lieved and Mr Li urn Gooh another good man was etc tell in his stead IP those found gi ilty of illegal whis ky selling wero male to work out their fines on the rock pi e instead of laying them out in jail th punishment would go lots further U ward stopping tho whisky selling bus ess Suppose you give em a dOdO of rock pile next time Judge TrIbble 7 IsQUICK SETTLE ENTOn Saturday morning at 10 o clock tho laundry building which w s insured with R B Mahony was bac y damaged by fire and on Monday th adjuster was hero and settled the los paying tllo policy 300 in full and Ithout discount take pleasure in agent and the con pany W K Warner Co- TOE little cigar tto pullers will catch it at Barbourville The newlyinstall ed council has Ins ructed the city at tornoy to draw uj an ordidanco providing a fine of t 15 for anyone caught smoking a ciga cUe or having the making In hi possession This is pretty tough on t ie boys but something should be done tc prevent the spread of the pernicious cif arette habit AT a meeting of the directors of the First D nk Tuesday Mr H C Baughman cashier of tho Harrijnnn Tenn Bank Trust Co was elected assistant cashier In tho place of Mr WI H Wearen who resigned to go into the mercantile business Tho stockholders elected Mr James F Cummins n director in tho place of Mr K L Tanner Both the directors and stockholders used good judgment in the selection of tho gentlemen they did y Hits Fitten The weather makes you feel the need of one of these furs we are offering at Just Half Price These Cloaks and Furs at half price and Rain Coats at threefourths the priceare going fast Better come soon or you wont get one Corner Streets neighborhood rcccommcndlng REMEMBER Cummins McClary are j selling their entire stock of clothing and shoes at cost is FOR SALE Barred Rock and White this Wyandotto roosters puro bred 1 each E McClure Hustonville Ky a REMEMBER that tho rink will beopen from 7 to 10 oclock this Friday oven Better engage your skates earlyor SUPT SINGLETON has received a check real the January draw and will pay it toha school teachers tomorrow Satur ayneI AM agent for a city florist and can supply the public with cut flowers for weddings funerals etc J C Mc own Clary and ILOST White female hound with black spots on back and clouded cars Reward if found J T II Jr Box R F D 2 Stanford Ky play Tim Farmers Roller Mills lately repaired and improved arc running now The proprietors are thankful for past patronage and ask a continuance D Kennedy Co to WE wish to sell privately our stock goods at Turneraville or will sell the goods store and 81 acres of land if purchaser Mrs prefers The location is the best be tho courtty being in a good section and at the forks of tho McKinney and and Hustonville pikes For further infor mation see J F Cash Stanford or J a Harris at Turnersvillo TilE last number of lecture course will appear at Waltons Opera House Friday evening Jan 24 Not a single previous attraction has been unsat isfactory and it is most reasonable to suppose that the last will be satisfactory also Thero will bo illusions of mind and sight An evening of magic mirth and mystery is promised The Floyds give wonderful exhibitions Mr Floyd certainly one of the most accomplished magicians we have ever had and in fooled us very easily says a Norwich Y letter man spent Tuesday in Frankfort We are an ardent supporter of Gov Beck ham for U S Senator and we had hoped to see that gentleman elected by the Legislature but didnt Ho came within a few votes of it however and probably in rur next issue we will be able to tell our readers that Nomi nee Bcckham has made his calling and election sure Wo looked into tholi Senate and saw Senator R L Hubble at his post of duty ready and willing to help anything that would redound to the interest of the good people He highly thought of by his colleagues and one of the substantial men of the Upper House lion J M Alverson assistant clerk of the Senate was as busy as a bee There is some work attached to his wof paying otflce Mr Alverson is not afraid of work keeps his end of tho log up all right He is well and favorably known in Frankfort where the Senators both U S and State governors Representa IItlves and others all call him Jess Lincoln countys Representative lion W H Shanks is a popular and highly respected member of the House Speaker Gooch recognizing his ability and integrity gavo him some of the best committee appointments at his disposal A Christian gentleman at any and all times Mr Shanks makes a good and lasting impression on all who come in contact with him Mr A C Dunn Doorkeeper of the House is 10again proving tho right man for the Ho bnn exceedingly popular official Frankfort is growing some but twill bo some time yet before it will be acity Tho capitol looks almost completed but we wero told that there is a great deal of Interior work yet to bo done It Is a grand building the democrats have built for the republicans Tho Frankfort State Journal edited by Mr W P Walton formerly of this place is doing nicely and making money for its owner Tho new administration Is giving the paper a good deal of work notwithstanding tho difference of politics of the editor Gov Willsons cabinet This is proof to us that the republicans know whereto get good work at reasonable Mr Shelton M Saufley is one of substantial citizens of Frankfort who is universally popular Ho and his charming wife and interesting little son have a beautiful homo In South Frankfort They are Stanford people their many friends rejoice at Mr Saufleys success in his adopted home t SEE tho Jaction fence at Singletons TilE AGE or COMMERCIALISM There always some reason for success In ago of commercialism everything must have some real merit in it to be lasting success Anything must be worth ones time and money or tho public will soon relegate it to tho rubbish pile This Is as true of plays as everything else They must have sterling sound and solid value to a long continued success The evergrowing triumph of Clarence Ben The Holy City which has so distanced all other religious plays and has so endeared itself to the Americrn theatregoing public tells J story of the triumph of real merit true worth It Is the play of the century One of the few the immortal plays that was not born to die Its auditors all pronounce it the greatest they have ever seen It has no rival no competitor See it at Waltons Opera House Monday night Jan 27th MATRIMONIAL James Shaw 29 secured license marry Miss Mary Wilder 21 herej reside in Garrard county James Griffin a widower of 40 Mary Bartels a widow of 26 will married at Mrs Dollie Dennys Mrs Mary M Carr of Somerset Mr Francis E Wilson of Pitts burg Pa were married in Danville few days ago It Does The Business Mr H K Chamberlain of Clinton Maine says of Uucklens Arnica Salvo It does the business I have used it for plies andlt cured them Dsedlt for chapped hands and It curod them Applied It to an old sore and it healed It without leaving a scar behind 25c at Pennys Drug- Store The General Assembly of Maryland joint convention elected John Walter Smith a member of the United States Senate for the full term of six years March 4 1909 Tho Senate passed the joint resolution providing for the remission of more than half of the Chinese indemnity granted on account of the Boxer rebellion Secretary Cortelyou denies that he has been offered the presidency of New York trust company and says he no intention of leaving tho Cabinet Judge Taylor of Nashville handed down an opinion sustaining the of the Tennessee Fires Marshal Ja- wRhode Island Reds ImveTSHIngleComb Ithtxlo Inland lied imllelH niul yvarlliiK hens for silo lit II Inch Must bo imposed of to innko room for IdrLJICOOK FARM FOR SALE acres sear Klncivlllo Ky one mile rnllrond Mutton About aeicrosclear- ed Imlniieu Rood tolmcco land wbenclearvtl good farm house and stuck lmriifrnnn stutt for tobacco barn ill romly to up 1IentR water young orchard Um growth of yotiny Umber Mutt bu told J U JOIINHON Klngvlllc Ky RISK Stanford Rink dub City Marshals Site For Taxes ndOil HAT It IIA Y JoII1 between the of 0 oclock iand4 oclock p In rout of the court hour door In Htan ford Ky sell at public outcry to the liluli rut and lx sl bllli Ir cash In hand the following lists or to much ai will ply tuxes nnllllenllityhe opposite each unite In 0 per penalty und of adver tiring It JONKHOIty Marshal HTAN roun WH Kenzel Mr Rhoda town lot C- 7llulTnmn Sirs Daisy town lot 10 ndKTMuonncoLlllumultllllIItmry town lot a K- Slllukely ailI 5c Lace Sale 5000 yards beautiful laces in fine and heavy thread 12 inch to 5 inches wide In sertions to match These are in new and beautiful patterns If you look at them you cant resist them SEVERANCE SON STANFORD Depot nandI PERSONALS bFnANoRTWe constitutionality SKATING Fayight fiT COST Beginning on Saturday Jan 18 hand continuing until Saturday FebI we will sell our entire line of Outings and Winter Dress Goods at exact cost Come early and get your choice Cash to all nothing charged during this sale TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoest Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 Money ForYou Big Reduction in Clothing and Hats to make Room for Spring Stock Choice of my 8 and 10 Overcoats at5- All 12 and 13 Suits to Clean Out at 8 9 Suits at 550 8 Suits at 4 g Also Special Prices in Shoes mid Heavy Underwear Produce token in exchange at bfghest market prices Please call and examine mystock MATT ENGLEMAN Mt Salem The Lid I The Lid I The Lid 1 It is off on prices nt the Emporium at Huston We are price fighters Your Lid Bo 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 We undersell everybody CLOAKS Ladies Misses and Childrens We can please you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from Prices to suit all We carry a general line Clothing Hoots 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 ME2i years selling Shoes Our Fall nUll Winter stock is Rely full and complete Come and inspect our stock I know I can do you good Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter Heating Stoves at COST Wlile They Last Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER I EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED rjiY4 I a aifyiWi r yL The Interior Journal Entered in the PotiOf ice at Stanford at ttxndclcui matter- pUBL1BuaD TUEHUAYB AND ruzoAYB AT 100 PER YEAR CASH When not so pstd 1100 will be charged L SN TINE TRBLE No SI Mouth ifl P No Si Mouth 1SW p No 24 North 4t1 A No 3 North 213 P M JOS S RICE Agent Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Food and Salo Stable Lanoaster Ky B D CARTER New Livorv Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORDKENTUCKY Joseph 3244 Vol I Is pure bred and hoe been nccopted for reg the Jlret volume of The American- TntnworthMwlneRecont Association look under the and will be NotIII nil ROO Hire Kdward No SM dam AlexnndrnNoSUT Hire of Sire lIRIII OOIirt Bruce No 21W dnut of BlreOnnndlan NelllelltHire of dam Kentucky toy No 17M dom of dnm Golden 0 It Is well that ttto Toutwortb Mwino II the hl betpriceewlneonthemarket Ills sire sold for- 2UUhisnutAlexnndraweight sold forlljKiO Ills He crosses well with every breed will stand blind cash Fruit and Orna mental Trees Shruljs Grape Vii es Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Cat alegue on application H F HlLIKXMHYFlt tC Soss- Lexingtonv Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertaners and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them H Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary I Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Offlce Phone Homo 1Itan- ea5POSTED V e whose names appear below strictly forbid bunting lUhliiRoruny kind of tress pniilng on our places and prosecute vi olator to the full extent the law Alex Cootwr Mrs Mary IVpplej Sir Walter Wnrren Mr i Mettle White Htnniion llro Tlnsley Hpoonumor- oI W Darter Hen Jliirtln- M K Lawrence Keiiben Curtis JH Hocfcor 3M Iettui T A Itlco Morgan Ubappull- Amnnilt Hobneffer cire a Kerrlll- J Jlolt claw U V hasty Mm J K Iultlniu II It Iulllam IVttr Kaliuer Mrs Katherlne Ailo- rMfusert Paxton Ashley jLOIlannon- JiiiiHn NOiuli t J NeyBl Garter C M Rack Joseph Ilnllou M It t11ofrsJOUnnwntvr Jui Ilnlneu- J Mrs llMlNiccu U Ourpviitrr WI Martin ThonipaonThouwsYerrUt Debt llnrtnn J It Hunch MO UlcluinUon Joseph Krntt Mlin Mttttlu Howe lenlwlch Uroa Fred Voiidruongaii 111 Celtics Albert VouOruensiinATTriiylor Jlllmrn Oooeli N II IMiimmpr Fred Ilnumniin Hlclianl Nester SunnelleyWO IlaugliiniinJW O Ooucli Vl1IIII1I1- J UnilrwoixlAHon fra JliiryUdlvcns JohntiauteulechWntOordler Unnlravlor M U Klmons Mri NI bode O K Tate David Hteveiui John Jufer H O Ourtiiun Wdltuuti- otllliOlIck Fred Haiulorf- AilellnoUralg it 1w FARMERS DEPARTMENT Wanted to buy a Black Polled Dur ham bull must be young and good J M Reynolds Wayneaburg iA dispatch from New Orleans state Pink Star owned by Representative J Hal Woodford of Bourbon and winner of the Kentucky Derby last year is under the care of a veterinary orsulks Seems to us that the best remedy for that disease is a shot gun sectioniseven inches around tho body The middlings tipped the beam at 110 pounds hams 85 shoulders 70 pound and lard 185 pounds Who can beat this 7 J Campbell Cantrill newlyelect ed president of the Kentucky Union of the American Society of Equity issued an address to the farmers of Kentucky Mr Cantrlllsays his organization asks the support of tho law loving and law abiding citizens of the State- KINGSVILLE Harold and Chester Chevolette whc have been ill of measles have about recoveredThe daughter of Mr and Mrs W M Lane was buried in the Presbyterian church yard Mrs Ison Vaught has been ill Wallace Linthicum of Burgin was here last week tho guest of his uncle Major Maccabees had quite a number of visitors from McKinney at their lodge meeting Saturday night Several new members have been initiated- J W Boland of Lexington was here this week Ben Vest was in Lexington on business Mrs Stephenson returned recently from a visit to relatives in Wayne Ed Murphy who was iujured by falling timber at his work near Alpine is improving Chamberlains Cough Remedy a Safe Medicine for Children In buying a cough medicine for children never be afraid to buy Chamberlains Cough Remedy There Is no danger from it and relief is always sure to follow It is intend ed especially for coughs colds croup and whooping cough and there is no better medicine in the world for these diseases It is not only a certain cure for croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will pre vent the attack Whooping cough Is not dangerous when this remedy is given as directed It contains no opium or other harmful drugs and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by all drug gistsWhere are you going my son 7 asked the old farmer Going down back of the barn to play circus replied the freckled lad Circus eh 7 Well take this saw and saw up a half cord of wood before you start Youll need some sawdust for the ringPuckA Misery I have found a cure for the misery malaria poison produces says RM Tames of Louollen S C Its called Electric Bitters and comes in 50 cent bottlds It breaks up a case of chills or a bilious attack in almost no time and It puts yellow jaundice clean out of commission This great tonic medicine and blood purifier gives quick relief in all stomach liver and kidney complaints and the misery of lame back Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store More patents were issued during 90G and more money collected by the United States Patent Office than in any tingle year previous with the exception of 1905 since the establishment of the Patent Office in 183G How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis arq hose who are habitually constipated Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures hronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the tatural action of the bowels Orino jaxatlva Fruit Syrup does not nau eate or gripe and is mild and pleas nnt to take Refuse substitutes G j Penny Eph GreenAh desires to purchase a razor ClerkSafetyEph 1 sal dis am fo social sage The Price of Peace The terrible itching and smarting incident to certain skin diseases is Imost Instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Salve Price 25c For 6nlo by all druggists The dentistNow Johnny brace up itll be all over in a minute Boy Yes but Gee think of that linute Puck Trial Catarrh treatments aro being nailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wls These tests are proving to tho peoplewithout a pen iys costthe great value of this ulentltla prescription known to druggist everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by G LPen ny TUB likeness of the great Commoner Henry Clay Is not to displace the picture of the late Governor William Goebel upon the officials checks of tho State of Kentucky after all Governor Willson notified State Superintendent of Printing J W Redden to res cind tho order for the picture of Clay He said that he had decided to adorn tho checks with on engraving of tho great seal of Kentucky A Higher Health Level I have reached a higher health level since I began using Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Jacob Springer of West Franklin Maine They keep my stomach liver and bowels working just right If these pills disappoint you on trial money will be refunded at Pennys Drug Stove yes Capt T W Woodyard of Lexington was appointed to the office of State Arsenal Inspector vice Capt J W Lillis of Nelson county who held the place under Gov Beckham GILIERT CREEK IARGAIN STORE Take no ones worth fur It but conic and seo All sold nlrvilunNl i Mens unit Dulles Underwear n nil Ruble rsletand lioysHutti nt Cost I 11111 very grate ful for your lutroIlRlleI IEXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac ndlnJr akelrh and dncrlptlnn mar- gnIc111 urcrlaln our opinion an on Ii probably Mt tan Gmmunle- attontrictlconedenllaJ on latnt ecurmyatentaTalenttyeHal not kr Itbou enflle lath Scientific JMericait hundiomelf lllo tr lr i Geeki7 Jjtrwrtl rlr- rulllon of 0 ncleniian loorntl Trnu3a newdralreiiIUNNUnwell ufflco tuu U fiT COSTOwing to achange in our firm on Feb I and in order to reduce our stock by that date we offer for sale our entire stock a- tABSOLUTE COST Our stock consists of a new and up todate line of Mens Boys and Youths Clothing and Overcoats Underwear Shirts Odd Pants Hats and Caps Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes and Rubbers of all kinds Trunks and Suit Cases Remember everything goes at cost nothing reserved Come early and get first choice Terms cash noth ing charged to any one Also a Ha gan 6 H P Gasoline Engine and Roth 50light Generator for sale CUMMINS McCLARi P S All persons indebted to the above firm will please call and settle x HORSE BLANKETS Storm Aprons Carriage Heaters Blizzard FrontsT- ry Our Adjustible Blizzards W H HIGGINSSta- nford Kentucky U iIv FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS IQUEEN 6 CRESCENT VI ROUTEI II Winter Tourist Tickets 19071Good For Infomitloa end list of hotels address Do KINO C pn T A III Mln 5to leilntf ton Ky 4 ii n S- iIf you want your Prescriptions fill ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B M aberst WITHOUT CHANGE carefully DRUG ClStS- TANFORD Forpet No jtS Brick manufacturing plant of 25000 rapacity daily steam plant with modern equipments suburban lome new residence nod I a acres land Daick rash dente in heart of town and other good property amouline to about Moooo all in Somerset for sale or will exchange for lllue brass farm No 6 Fine twostory brick mercantile building with large uptodate clothing and gents futniihing business and un dertaker business operated by same firm doing business of jSooo per annum also fine brick residence with bath room bases ment hot air heal located on Main street in Monticello This is an excellent oppor tunity for some one wanting an old estab lished business and one of the prettiest places in the torn New railroad being built into the town which will soon be completed Write for full particulars for Tine lllue tiriss prop erty Photo of building at our office No2 Iourroom cottage new finished in oak a Kingsdl e one acre land Good location line poultry farm Price t exchange outbuildings produces 8 merchandise j Waynesburg- a i t nil properties for exchange If intorcstcd write telling for exchange Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset TO HOUSEKEEPERS The Standard Oil Cos j Celebrated Lamp Oil rum PROOF r Gives a PERFECT and superior every respect the SoCall Oils which you pay more money Try and be convinced For sale uptodate American Wire Fence GEORGE H FARRIS Agti i First NationalStanford Ky Bank ICapItal Stock 500001 This tutltutlon wti eiUbllihed M the DepoiH flank of Stanford In 1888 then reorganlied ai the National of Stanford In 1885 and again reorganlted ai the Flnt National of Stanford In 1882 haYing bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It Ii better supplied now with facll ties for trnaclag builncn promptly and well than ever before In It and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries Corp ratlns Solicited easy terms No6 General store at North Frailer Wayne county doing fine business to ex change for tJoooor 6ooo in Iulaski or Grass section Stock will Invoice about and will pay difference on for No 3o2 114 acres one mile east of Floyd Switch on Somerset and Stanford road ii miles Somerset One frame house of five rooms and one log house of two rooms barn and Land lays well and to 10 barrels corn- per acre If aught at once can be had for 1300 Ilisa bargain No 294 Stock of general will Invoice between and 4000 which is doing business of f2oooo annually In Somerset Reason for selling failing health No acres right at good portion of it being suitable for city lots ofcan be divided into suburban of to Irice JSoo on goal ternssWe have kinds of talc anti us just what you want or what you have sale or Ky I INCORPORATED I LIGHT is in to ed Fancy for it by all dealers Rank Bask years long and S6oo farm lime 4000 farm from 3000 farm each i Officers J HOOKER Prtit T IUKIU8 V tree J J UoUOIlRRTS Ohr W H WRAItsNAet Ob Directors oJ y Belfl Danville or sari Stanford J rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnneji M IL Elmore Stanford H Raughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jai Robinson rubble J H Baughman Stanford J Pettu Stanford 0 K Tate Stanford the in Bounty national Bank drsianfoE Kentucky r t Capital 5000000 Surplus 3000000 s H SHANKS PRESIDENT w M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIERI J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owsloy Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W O Walker Stanford J H Paxton Stanford W II TraylHy Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Prcachersville Lilbura e N Goocli Gilberts Creek i