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I THE INTERIOPI JOURNAL VOL XXXVSTANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 21 1908 NO 92 HIGHLAND A Miss Maud Hatflcld began a subscrip tion school at Mt Moriah Monday weekJ Wash Cook and 11 Frank Horton for have bought a saw mill and aro running it near Somerset Hyatt Adams are very busy sawing shingles at their new mill L S Wakeflcld has returned from Louisville whero ho went to sell his to In bacco Ho has the honor of being tho largest tobacco raiser In this section at his crop bringing him about The members of tho Methodist church r have reopened their Sunday school at tho school house and it Is to be hoped that all tho members and others will come out and help in tho good work 0 On Wednesday about 00 of her role ti lives and friends gathered at tho homo of Mrs Huhamy Young to help her eel cbratc her rom birthday Each family a brought well filled baskets and the day ed was most pleasantly spent Mrs Y received a number of presents Mrs p D Green and Masters Clif ford and Haymond have returned from a visit to Mrs Greens father Mr Ulanktn hip near Kreigcr Hardln and Lucile Young aro visiting their cousins at Somerset Miss Emma D Godbey of Bethel Ridge was with her slater Mrs C M Young An olTort Is being made by the Farm ore Telephono Co of Knoxville to extend their lino to this place and Halls Gap A meeting was held at our school louse Tuesday night Tho meeting was addressed by Dr J W Acton M 0 Murphy and John McKee Quito an interest wee shown by those present D i It Adams was elected vice preshlont and W G Acton secretary and trees urr fRank Foolishness When attacked by aoough or a cold y or whon your throat Is sore It Is rank foolishness to taxeany other medicine than Dr Kings Now Discovery says C O Kldrldge of Kmplro Oa I have used Now DUcovory seven years aDdr know it Is tho best remedy on earth for coughs and cold croup and all throat and lung troubles My children aro subject to croup but Neer Discovery ctulokl cures every attack Known the world over HI tho King of throat and lung remedies Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store Mo and el Trial hot tie free Representative Dell of Texas hat Introduced a bill providing that hereafter no special tax stamps shall bo sued to retail dealers in spirituous vinous or malt liquors in any county- 1 town or city where the sale of such liquors is prohibited by the laws of tho State county or municipality In which tho said prohibition territory is sltuat I od and it ahull be tic duty of Collec tors of Internal Revenue to refuse to oJ issue such pedal tax stump to any person or verson firm or rorpnrallon within anti prohibited territory When the Stomach Heart or Kid Wiy norroH gut weak then theM organs- aitvayurfall Dont drug tho Stomach HOr sttmulata tho Heart or Kidneys Tlwtjfls Slrifyl a makeshift GeL a yresJirtnitOn known to Drugglato Hjjv all Dr Shoops Postora W Hestoratlve U prepared ex t tM SSly for three weak Inside nerves then those nerves build them Dr Shoop1 Restorative itior liquid and seo how quick y Holp will come 1roe sample It8lt- ipuL on request by Dr Shoop Huolno l WU Your hoaltli Is surely worth this Hlinplo tout Iennys Drug Store Jane said trio man you are spending too much money I must tJeavo part of my income Oh whats the use of hoarding 1 Everybody is preaching against it Wen all I can say is that If you keep on there wont be a cent for all mony Tho finest Coffee Subnltuto over made has recently boon produced by Dr Shoop of lUolno Will You dont f havoto boll it twenty orj thirty min Intea Mode in n minute says i doctor Health Coffee Is really t tho closest ColTco Imitation ever yet produced Not a grain of real ColTco In It either Health Coffee Imitation j Is mado from pure toasted cereals grains with malt nuts etc Really i It would fool an expcrwortr ho to unknowingly drink it for Coffee Pen i nys Drugstore Every old political hack who holds- a grievance against Gov Beckham zeal or imaginary has been hero this v eek trying to encompass his is full of suchso calhd Democrats 1Itfrrankfort Journal It i not thought Congress will vote for tho constructlon of more than two W largo battleships though president Roosevelt is said to favor tho building of four vcssdjs of the Preadnaught class Tour To Norfolk And The Sea by Washington Having been confined at my old home Indian Camp Farm near Joyce Ky quite a while I determined to con sumtnato a long anticipated visit to Norfolk Va Consequently company of with my young friend Joseph Allen whom I met at Yosemite according to previous arrangement wo took passage tho hack to McKlnnoy where wo boarded a Q C train for Lexington which placo we arrived in duo timo and boarded a Chesapeake Ohio train for Norfolk Va via Washington We changed cars at Ashland Ky onto the main line and then continued our Journey by way of Huntington on tho C and thence to Charleston the capitol of West Virginia there we formed the acquaintance of three Ohioans who proposed lo travel with us and we mado happy hit in accepting for they prov to be clever gentlemen Their names were McKee and Burnett and son Cecil Uurnetl Wo shall always remember them pleasantly After pass- Ing at through other towns we began Iho ascent of tho scenic Alleghanics crossing the famous Shenandoah and skirt lag the Blue Ridge with its lofty crost and wrapped in ctherial blue We trav clod through the vicinity of Hot Springs Warm Springs Healing Springs and many other health resorts und the air already having been made pure by tho mountain dews was so heavily ladenII with the health giving properties aris- Ing from the numerous springs I at U onco felt greatly strengthened and vigorated On our route we had n vlow of Mon ticcllo the homo of Jefferson who wrote the declaration of independence After arriving at Gordonsville Vic went to Culpepper Court House a historic place having been the scene of hotly contested bailies and a placo I had hoard my father talk much about for just south of tho place near Spott sylvanla he was born aryl reared which made it doubly interesting and almost sacred to me We then passed through Manassas a and Bull Run battle fields also Alcxan dria on the Potomac seven miles south of Washington Arriving at tho cap tal city we procured excellent boarding near Pennsylvania Avenue and the capI- tol and remained there three days and nights visiting government buildings Arlington Heights and Mount Vernon Washingtons old home Every citizen of the United States should make a pil grimagu to this placo and also to the capitol and view the massive monument 666 feet high which is the nations memorial to tho founder of this republic On Saturday morning we boarded the steamer Newport News at 8 oclock and begun the trip down the beautiful Potomac and Choeapcako Bay to tho soa end through Hampton Roads to Norfolk livery mllo of this suit II beautiful and historic as wo were constantly passing scenes closely allied to Iho birth growth and struggles of a mighty nation Arriving at Norfolk we procured n good boarding house in tho central por lion of the city Wo visited Cape lion ry Cape Charles Virginia Beach Old Point Comfort Fortress Monroe and other places of introst The shipyards nl Newport News and tho government navy yards at Portsmouth wore giver close attention We saw many battleship and cruisers with their nccompa eying torpedo boats and It was a grand sight We went aboard the Minnesota and woro given a guide who kindly rave us all tho attention that we fcould reasonably expect Hampton Roads with its surrounding citloa is strikingly beautiful and makes an interesting study while sailing its ocennliko waves Thn original Monitor still holds possession of tho Roads During our sojourn at Norfolk we visited St Paul church and an old cem etcry where my uncle horn Rlgnoy who was a soldier in tho war of 1812 is burled It is a beautiful and inter sting place A cannon ball is imbed led in the cast wall of St Paul church fired there by Lord Dunmoro The timo having arrived to return to 10tho old Kentucky home we reluctantly took leave of Norfolk and our newly found friends We sailed to Newport News where wo boarded n C 0 1train passing near where the culminat IrInJ scenes of tho Revolutionary war took place Wo also passed through- WiUlnmsburg Virginias second capital where the House of Burgesses sat Arriving at Richmond at 1120 and having a two hours stopover we vis itcd Virginias present capitol which is finely situated and is a grand building A perfect statuo of Washingaon stands- t In the rotunda and was made by Who den of Paris We saw a fino chair pro scnled by Ann to the House of Burgesses at Williamsburg We then ontinued our journey home and arriv cd safe and sound for having good luck and a pleasant trip RtGNBY It is estimated that fully 125000 men arc out of work In New York City NEWS NOTES Letcher county Is building a 10000 jail Expolice judge John Steele Is dead at Hydcn Leslie county Tho mother of Senator A J Oliver Allen county is dead Four children were drowned while skating in a reservoir at Coral Pa Edmund Clarence Stedman tho poet and banker died suddenly In New YorkDr B B Scott a wellknown ex Confederate veteran Is dead at Campb cllsville The Internal Harvester Company was fined 112630 at Topeka for violation of the Kansas nntllrust law Tho James Donovan Company shoo manufacturers of Everett Mass have assigned for tho benefit of creditors A W linker a lawyer of McKee Jackson county broke out with smallpox while uUcnding court there and a panic followed Over 140 indictments were returned Kansas City against actors theater employee and theatrical managers for working on Sunday Tho funeral of James R Randall author of Maryland My Maryland was one of the largest and most Impressive over held In Atlanta John Harbour a Negro was convicted of having registered at two different voting precincts in Lexington sentenced to 30 days in jail II A Hartnclt an apprentice on the S training ship Cumberland died C from injuries received in a fist fight with D M Manning also an apprentice Tho Tennessee Railroad Commission has adopted a resolution ordering all railroads in the State to put on a two and a hal cent fiat passenger rate cf lo fcclivo April 1 The railroads operating in Tennessee will fight the order of the Railroad Commission fixing passenger rates at two and a half cents a mile The courts will be appealed to Mrs Herbert M Sears member of wealthy Boston family and a guest at the Hotel St Regis New York committed suicide by jumping from the 13th story of the hotel At the proceedings against tho Standard Oil Company testimony was taken In New York that the Pennsylvania railroad had paid a rebate of twenty cents a barrel on oil shipments Tho case of the Commonwealh against Andrew Sloan indicted for burning the storehouse of William Isaacs near Mc Kee Jackson county resulted in n mistrial and the jury was discharged Worth Wright Foster of Now AlbanyI who was dismissed from the Naval Academy for hazing has made a good record as a cable expert and is seeking reinstatement as a cadet at An mipolis E H Harriman was directed in a decision given by Judge Hough In the United Statos Circuit Court in New York to answer all questions propound ed to him by the Interstate Commerce Commission except those relating to the purchase of Union Pacific and Southern Pacific railroad stock in con noctlou with tho dividend of August 1000 Moro evidence as to alleged irration al conduct on the part of the defendant was offered at the trial of Harry K Thaw the moat Impressive wilnoss being Abraham R Beck Mr Beck taught a solucl school of 15 boys In Pennsylvania in 1881 and 1882 and young Thaw was one of his pupils Mr Beck described Thaw as a boy of ungoverna ble temper Ho produced a letter from Mrs William Thaw the mother who said in it that she feared Harrys mind illwas unbalanced he was so different from her other four children A tickling cough from any causes qulclcly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And It is so thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tolls mothers everywhere to give It without hesitation oven to very young babies Tho wlulesomo green leaves and tender sterns of ul iluughoallng mountainous shrub furnish the curn llvo properties to Dr Shoops Cough lure It calms the dough and heals thosoro and sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injulro or suppress Simply a resinous plant ox tract that helps to heal aching lungs Tho Spaniards call this shrub which tho Doctor uscsII Clio Sacred Herb Alivnva demand Up Shoops Dough Bure Pennys Drug Store The presentation of a silver to tho gunboat Paducah by the of Paducah was made at New Orleans tho address being delivered by former Congressman Charles K Wheeler Disturbed The Congregation The person who disturbed the con gregation last Sunday by continually coughing Is requested to buy u bottled Foleys Hortey and Tar G L Penny IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Benjamin Thompson aged 82 Is dead atLawrenceburgAt 0 V Jarretts little son was seriously burned by his clothe s catching from an open grate With the view of cutting down expenses the Queen Crescent has abol- Ished tho office of claim agent at Lox home of B W Durham at Junction City was destoyed by fire together with most of ita contents Loss 2GOO with 1400 Insurranco Gov Willson hus appointed Lewis L Walker of Lancaster trustee of Kentucky State College in place of Judge W C Bell whose term recently ox piredAlexander Hammon a resident of Russell county has been lying flit on his back for 27 years being In an most petrified condition except hisJ arms which ho can use as well as ever He can knit sow repair watches and clocks and make shoes His back hips and legs arc as stiff as a rod of iron In an attempt to burn Elmwood Academy at Perryville IL ten year ol boy set fire to some excelsior in tho frame part of tho building The chile has been attending the school for the past five years and becoming so die satisfied had on one occasion run away going a distance of ten miles on foot to relatives in an adjoining town During the past two weeks over 50 machinists and helpers in the Q i shops here have been laid off The company has begun cutting down expenses for this year and Somerset will suffer to a certain extent All the men now employed are only working eightJ hours a day and half a day on day The company is expecting business pick up within a month or so and then the usual force will be put back to work Somerset Times A Paducah dispatch says Quite a sensation was created in society circles when the announcement of the filing oft quit for divorce by Dr W C Eu banks against his wife was made He alleges that she has been guilty of habitual drunkenness They married nearly 20 years ago in Rising Sun Ind and have one child Leslie Eubanks 15 years old Dr Eubanks asks for the custody of the boy The plaintiff one of Paducahs most prominent physicians and his wife is one of the handsomest women in Western Kentucky- Dr Eubanks was born near Hubble this county and is a son of the late J Wesley Eubanks FRObfHEANTILLES Chamberlains Cough Remedy Benefits a City Councilman t at Kingston Jamaica Mr W Ollollly Fogarty who Is a membor of tho City Council at Kingston Jamaica West Indies writes as follows One bottle of Chamberlains Cough Hemsdy had good effect on a cough that wttBglvlng mn trouble and I think I should have been more quickly relieved if I had continued the remedy That it was beneficial and quick In relieving me there is no doubt und It is my intention to obtain anoth er bottle For sale by all druggists If Nominee J C W Beckham Is de sated by a republican for the Senate or tho way is blocked for the election of a democratic Senator and a brilliant democratic Legislative record is pre vented by this handful of small fry pol ilcians all of whom are representatives of the saloon in politics tho penalty ought to bo tho curso of Cain upon the soil of the Legislative districts that gave them both natural and political birth We are hopeful yet that the situation will improve ere the final test comes on Jan 21st Somerset Journal Special Announcement Regard ing the National Pure Food and Drug Law Wo are pleased to announce that Foloys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles Is not alTect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recom mend It as a safe remedy for children and alults G L Penny John It Walsh president of the de fmet Chicago National Bank was found guilty of misappropriating the funds of that institution He was allowed to re main at liberty on tho same bond 50 000 which had been given after his indictment by the Federal grand jury ePresident Roosevelt has decided to obj stain expert Information regarding certain questions of chemistry involved in the application of the pure food law Did you hang up your stocking Christmas eve 1 Nope but I hung up my overcoat to buy presents Charles Hermany who had both with the Louisville Water Co for nearly 50 years is dead is1vL1DIM 0 CutPrice Sale All Winter Goods Must Bei Sold Regardless of Cost order to make room for the large stock of Spring Goods that is to come in soon 820 Mens Suits cut tit 81398 1750 II 1248 1500 1148 1250 1 048 1000 1 748 750 Ie 408 85 A 86 348 81500 fens Overcoats Cut to 81008 1250 1 1 818 1000j 608i 750850 II 4 500600 1 348 1500 Mens Craviuctto Rain Coats Cut to 1008 1250II II 898 1000II f II GAS 84 Mens IIigh Cut Shoes cut to 8348 350 Mens High Out Shoes cut to S298 8J limes High Cut Shoes cut to 8248 Pie above nrejonly n few of the Bargains we have for you Come in anti see what we have SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Huts Caps La dies and Gent Furnishings Etc TheHolyCityBY THE ROYAL SLAVE None Genuine That Does Not Bear The Trade Mark o C11W I i1 The roly City- A triumph ol dramatic art A play full of heart interest A churining und beautiful love story Tho best pIny you ever saw v No other religious play has ever had such growing anti lasting success hast over tmulo so many friends has ever so generally delighted all who have Icon it has over hadsuch a powerful influence on stage taste and has had Sit many who have tried to imitate it as this one has The best playof the ago A splendid company of artistsAJ groat scenic production Do not fail to sco it Do not forget the date Jau 27th At Waltons Opera House Monday Jan 27 ro IIO I HORSE BLANKETS Storm Aprons Carriage Heaters Blizzard Fronts Try Our Adjustable Blizzards W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from the Best and PurIest Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts DRUGGIS1 STANFORD w T ra The Interior Journal K C WALTON MOSERlIs 8 coon subject to tbe notion of thv IHiiiocratI I party I M BRUCE countlllublectparty t JAMES C HAYS fIsacnndmnteforlnller of Lincoln county of thu Democratic party 0 C ALLEN It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln count ty subject to the nctlon of the Democratic party Democratic Ticket For United States Senator J C W BECKHAM SENATOR WHEELER CAMPBELL 0 Paducah made a lengthy speech at the joint session of the Legislative bodies In explanation of his refusal to support Gov Beckham the democratic candi date for the United States Senate the speech is a fair index to the abilit and qualities of the Paducah man the indeed Kentucky has lost her once r eminence in the sisterhood of States The speech which is evidently the result of studied and lengthy preparation- is to every man of fair Intelligence a i miserable product of vanity couche- in stilted phrase and incomplete sentences which is the unerring mark of ignorance We do not know wha- prompts the Senator to take the poslI tion he does but the statement he makes in explanation brands him an egotistical donkey THE estimated cost of the Panama Canal is still climbing It has suc cessively jumped from 100000000 to 130000000 then 200000000 and 250 000000 Now Col Goethels chairman of the Isthmian Canal Commission and chief engineer of construction tells the House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce that his4 estimate of 250000000 did not include the 10000 i 000 purchase price paid by the United States to the Panama Canal Co no the 10000000 similarly paid to the Re public of Panama therefore the actual total computed cost would be 300000 000 SENATOR R L HUDDLE and Repre sentative W H Shanks have not been petitioned to vote for some other democrat than Nominee Beckham and they will not be we predict Both of the gentlemen are democrats of the right sort who believe in supporting demo cratic nominees and knowing that Gov Beckham is the Nominee for Senator tiey will stick to him through thick and thin Do you notice that allof those grams the holy six are receivin c ingratulatlng them on their stand in vting against Gov Beckham for U S Senator are unsigned Do you also observe that those messages urgin then to vote for Gov Beckham bear signatures 1 Why the difference 1 IITHE Lexington Leader says that af ter a few days more Gov Beckham findihg that he can not win the U S Senatorship will throw his strength to Senator Thomtft A Combs of Lexing ton What the Leader doesnt know about democratic doings would fill a li brary THREE CHEERS for those dyedinwool i democrats who have stuck with Gov Beckham in his race for Senator Great inducements have been offered them to bolt but we are glad to say they are made out of the right stuff and can not ba made to swerve from the line of duty I THE Richmond Register Senator McCrearys home paper and mouth piece is rejoiced at the thought that Gov Beckham may be defeated fort Senator It will be remembered thattGov Beckham defeated Senator McI Creary and hat is whats the trouble EA DIG delegation of Boyle countyt democrats went to Frankfort and told Representative E W Lillard that they voted for him believing he was adem ocrat and would support democratic nominees and they wanted him to do so II DOLPH MATIEY who ran a saloon in Louisville for 40 years and who never touched liquor or tobacco is dead at an advanced age Mr Mathey very sen sibly let the otherjfellow do his boozing POLITICAL Gov Wlllsong will speak tonight at Lexington on the Ills of the State Diagnosis and Cure James P Goodrich was elected Chairman i of the Indiana Republican State l Committee Carl W Riddick was elected secretary The Republican Executive Committee l of Hamiltonlcounty 0 has indorsed Secretary Tafta candidacy for the presidential nomination Representative Arnett has introduced a bill exempting from taxation stock in foreign corporations which pay taxes on their property where tho business is i located l e IThe Senatorial Race Several members were hnrt in an L N wreck near Bagdad Shelby county this morning and the Legislature adjourned without taking a ballot Hon William Jennings Bryan will ad dress the Legislature before the vote is taken tomorrow Tuesday W P WALTON The North Carolina Legislature will convene in special session tomorrow for the specific purpose of considerin the railwav passenger rate question Announcement is made that William Jennings Bryan will be In Frankfort to day to speak to the members of the Legislature and plead with them to vote for Beckham for Senator Secretary Taft in a statement before the Senate Committee on Interoceanic Canals expressed the opinion that th ultimate cost of the Panama canal would be approximately 300000000 comfpleted within six years from next July Senator Tillman appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee Saturday In advodacy of his bill regulating the Stateffrom another He argued that it was handnthis question and relegate it to the con trol of the States as a police power Hon Harvey Helm our member of Congress has introduced a bill to carry into effect the findings of the Court Methodistdchurch at Bryantsville in which find ings the court decides as just the damagestdone the property by the Federal sol diers during tho war A monster petition was sent tollepre sentativo Virgil McKnight at Frankfort demanding that he support Beckham for United States Senator It was got ten up by the Maysville and Mason county democrats In case he pays no attention to the petition it is said a delegation of prominent Democrats will visit him in person- A bill introduced by Representative Buford of Franklin county defines the crime of abortion and prescribes the penalty therfor The bill seeks to correct the present law which became- r prominent in the trial of Dr Sarah Murphy in Louisville and the author of the measure was prompted by the out come of that case which resulted in Dr Murphys acquittal Among the important measures in troduced in the Legislature is one offered by Representative Jcre Sullivan of Madison county which provides the creation of a State Board of Examiners and authorizes the examine tion of all bonks trust companies sav ings banks and combined banks and trust companies organized under the the laws of Kentucky The first bill day in the Kentucky House brought out 113 measures pro posing new legislation on many sub thge purpose one extends the county unit law to ev cry county to fix tax rate at fortytwo theAmerigcan can Snuff Company from doing business Inthe State of Kentucky one is aimed at loan sharks one limits the number of racing days in a year at one race track several are intended to put pool rooms out of business and many refer to taxation Representative Cleves Kinkead introduced the greatest number of bills At the hearing of the contest of E S Howard Independent against Din ver B Cornett Republican considerable light was shone on the methods of the Republicans in the mountains to secure their overwhelming majorities The district is composed of Bell Letcher Harlan and Leslie counties Howard alleges that his opponents election was secured by fraud The frauds are al leged to have been committed In Har lan county where it is charged voters were Imported from Virginia to vote Cornett and the State Republican It is also alleged that one man always took a pride in being the first voter at his precinct found when e was handed his ballot that it was number 106 Another charge made is that in one precinct thirty members of the Hensley family cast their ballots but the stub book disclosed that in ad dition to these thirtythree more Hens leys had been dug up and voted CHURCH MATTERS Capt D II Goycn will preach at Lo gans creek church next Sunday morning at the usual hour The National Child Labor Committee has just issued a letter to pastors and churches requesting the observation of Saturday January 25 or Sunday January 26 as Child Labor day Bad Stomaoh Trouble Cured Having been sick for the past two with u Lad stomach trouble a ChamberIlains Stomach sad Liver Tablets They did me so much good that I bought u bottle of thorn and have used twelve bottles in all Today I am well of a Lad stomach trouble Mrs John Lowe Cooper Maine These tablets ore for sale by all drug gists r Here and There John W Rinehart a Lebanon mer chant is dead of Brights disease The fivaycnr old daughter of Thomas Fades of Clark county was burned ti death by her clothes catching from ai open grate Three men were killed and two badly scalded when a Southern wereI freight train jumped tho trackon high trestle near Corydon Ind Charles Finley who fled to Indiana about the same time Hog Jaw Taylor did says ho will return to Kentucky invitedgi In the circuit court at Nicholasvillo E Moynahan Son contractors see cured a judgement for 15000 against the CourierJournal Tho paper charg ed that the contractors had been guilty of peonage It is expected that the deadlock in tho Rhode Island Legislature will be brok Theo withdrawal of Colt from the contest is expected to result in the reelection of Senator Wetmore Harry Thaw wants the court room doors open when his wife retells the story of her relations with Stanford White He thinks if the doors aro closed Jerome will be pitiless in his crossexaminationPhilip found in tho yard of Eph Provines residence in Paducal- with a bullet through his head and die without making a statement Provino admits the shooting but says that Phelps was trying to get into his house A London physician asserts that cig arette smoking is increasing among women to such an extent as to be causing a change in their diet They now want spiced and highly seasoned dishes where they used to take creams and ices A bill amending the school book act will be introduced in both houses at Frankfort The changes provide that books of any quality may be used but that the price shall not bo higher than the price charged in any other State in the Union The grand jury at Lexington dismiss ed the charge of murder against W R Campbell the slayer of Patrolman Michael Murphy and found an indict Campbelldefendant was released from jail under 2000 bon- dSimple Remedy for La grippe La grlppo coughs uro dangerous as they frequently develop into pneumonia Foleys honey and Tar onI only stops tho cough but heals and strengthens tho lungs so that no serious results need be feared The Foleys Honey and Tar Ion kno harmful drugs au l Is In Refuse substitutes G L Penny HUSTONVILLE Services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and night by pas tor Morning subject Infant hap tism Evening subject The Night Cometh All oRheumatismLWhy Suller fr Do you know that rheumatic pains can be relieved If you doubt this just try one application of Chamber lains Pain Halm It will make rest and sleep possible and that certainly moans a great deal to any one afflicted with rheumalUm For sale by all druggists A S PRICESurgeon DentIst STANFORD KENTUCKY tlice over McUoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building Little Illsof Children Mothers and all others who have chil dren about the house cannot do their families a better service than to learn of simple and reliable remedies that correct picapieor negligence of those who had charge of upChildren to constipation and if it Isnt corrected early the bowels get in the habit of not working nor and soon chronic constipation results that last off on all through life Then children eat almost continually and as a consequence indi gestion sets in soon followed by worms dlanheaoranyoneofadozen Itself Is putting altogether too much faith la chancy It U toying with the child s present and future health ofdametbhaDd nothing better for the purpotel known than dtxsbutthe child will not refute to take lt Uuy a cent or fl bottle of your druggist and save the child from sickness You should remember that a child whose stomach la In goodworking ordeals not likely to catch colds and fever diseases alt Curry of Trowbrldge III attributes the remarkable health of her child to Dr Caldwell iyrup iepsln which sheelves regularly In these llsordrrs Mrs Kversole of lllnsboro III Is rank to say that the present good condition of her ave yearold boy due to this won Icrful remedy Try It In your own family and verybottleand the purity of Ingredients Is also vouched for FREE TESTThose wlthltur to try Dr Cald Syrup Pepsin before buy Ins can hoe a free sample bottle sent to their hums addressing thecompay Thlt Is to prove that the remedy will do ai we claim and only open to those who have never takealt Send for It you have any symptoms of stomach liver or disease Gentlest yet mOlt effective laxative for children women and old THEPUBLIOis CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This product tears purity guarantee No 17 Washington 0 Ci PEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Oaldwell BidS Montleello III c s McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Donlors In nod itiiunifacHirori of inuiltn and Marble Momiments Kirsttin Work nl Heiuonnlijc rrlce lttllcu nnd Works Shop doted on Saturday INSURANCE andIVIAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Get my Rates be fore Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Koprc Eontcd IJesse D Wearen IIThe Insurance Man 36 STANFORD KY IPhonG GIVE ME TOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why bay itxidymndeclothlnKwhcntbttr readyd aIIII f KtlLKY The Tnllor Hlunford Ky t MornnrgeforexnininiuionorjeHntincal Iv toting eyes by iiptoilate methods Iru acrlptlungl sstb ground loonier set III any style frame or skeleton mountings work UlfllctoryIlulr TooIEJlhon IluOding 1lustunc111e- Ky L r INiWKll 1rednond ttonrtnt THE HMD WINTER TERM 1Shihlslb nehh rfLOlwIrJanl Ik you want Cotwa working unit In tin nmlatogether for study lu Katlvrn Krnturk If Ml your CoUfllT teulerihlktitnow nhout RJIolllttlltlIt to frv luiiimi If you have not almidy dom no are t ru to the rrwtklent nl the K K N for n outnlotf tlllnii him whet stud you di site Attaint It N IliiAUK Itlrliiiiiinil Ky Jndigestion Stomach troubl U but a symptom of and not ePAI8lloonbum apecadNettsShoopInlUrnedy Dr Shoopt Itmtoratlre Uolne direct to the stomach nrrvci alone broucht that inmwti and favor to Dr and his lletorativr With out that original and highly vital principle no such lasting accomplishment were ever to be tad budbreath IlellDr Shoops RestorativePENNYS Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange lie TITLE CO nYllelllurltJllkOnellruruutbulldlnKi nice onhard Thlsprnpvr ty Is near church and scIiool house Is well worth the price f No 4 acres tulles Houtli of Oath Or chard on tin Htntu rond hint n twostory house good bum orchard and Is well vntttr dnlMiut 100 Sieves of this Innd Is bottom land nnd produces lino crops A liargnln at 4611 lt cash balance In one and two years No 3UR acres on Huclc Greek near Wny nvsluirK 4rooni house lama and other out bulldlnus plenty of water Cash price ttoNo 4IIJIj acres near Level keen Rock castle This farm hRS u new 8 story frnme house would cost to build now yhu good barn crib Ac located near church mind school This U n nice house anti cnn IM taught foflio per there l4 cash re mainder In li months No 6 acres ring the a ovo harms IW acres In cultivation lw lllni of rooms good barn and other outbuildings hickey client One or the last 111l1n8 III the coun ty faire tVU half cast balance and years Nnsrat acres adjoInIng tarns No t and 4 acres In cultivation balance In tim ber flood white oak hickory and somo flue cedar HUN 2story log Mutt nod orch ard well watered Cash price ItXU No 7NItaeros nenr Maretsburir yIWI- ICflIIn cultivation good hoime barn anti necesmiry outbuildings lino water and dcbool church nnd It H station Trice fljkt J rash bnlanco In one and two years So1t21t acres near Con way Ky nearly nil of this farm Is bottom land limit for corn and meadow very good dwelling lioutonow learn and other on county road miles from Keren College Cash price a uooNo1ItrI acres on Draken Creek a mllefi trout Crab Orchard Thli form adjolnftithe tike Ulld Is II Inert of tiro Oeo Kvnns tuna This Is tine mild nod In good condition all necessary buildings This Is n bargain nt jo per here No 1074 nice 8hlll0 with oheessnrybnitdmtgsetc Clint bo bought money For full particulars In regard to nil the above farms eo or write I It Ilugheii or Jmmutos I White Hlnnfonl Ky I v V d Wears For ToDay tt4aneles I Every day we are told must take care for itself so theseare the things you should buy and wear today Warm Underwear at Any Price ttlOvercoats from 150 to 5 in Childrens to 20 in Mens Mens High Top Shoes Just a Little Better We Think Than Anybodys Little better Soles and a little nearer Water proof at 350to 5 Rubber Boots Rubber Shoes all Rubber Buckle Arctics Feltr Boots igSJ Ladies Childrens Sandals Warm lined woolen and skin gloves These 4 you need today We have them Let us show youI OH J McJROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY I NO BETTER COUGH REMEDY is made than our Compound Syrup- of White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENINYSi DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky DO IT NOW Get Aldridge to put you on a tin roof that will keep you dry and catch good clean Water Mj in a galvanized gutter Pipe it to the cis tern put on a cast iron cistern top that willIlast a life time and a galvanized y pump to purify and pump the water i- SIH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Scene In Holy City At IVallona Opera House next Monday Night Jan 27 OUR WHITE SALE IS NOW ON And we are prepared to furnish you with al the necessaries for your early sewing An inspection of our offerings will convince you In order to stir up especial interest we have made some big cuts in I prices 500 yds toft blench cottou ut 8 14k lOc quality 100 yards Long Cloth Special lots of Laces nt 60 per yd 20 pieces Embroidery Edge and inscr Muslin Corset Covers at lOc to 81 Muslin Drawers at 25c to St JIus finish Ideaoh cotton ILc qualityat lOc Not over 25 yds to a customer 12 tion at 5c yd 25 pieces Embroideries Edge and Insertion at 7c 200 yds lin Gowns at 50c to 8150 Muslin Skirts at oOo to S3 New Ircsei Gin nth cfWa rig Cloth for 8105 800yds fino Camhrio lOo quality at 10inch Corset Cover Iibroideryat 25c yd New Convent Embroideries nt glmins at 12JI 15c and 20c Apron Ginghams at 6Jc inequality apron 12 e A special for sheets is a lOinoh fino brown cotton ot lOc 7e lOc lOc and 2Cc Hemmed and Hemmed Stictched Sheet nt low prices Ginghams at74c SEVERANCE SON STANFORD BrAuOltO KY JAN 21 190K THY Bomo of our Imported Pure Oliv oil 3fc and Me n Drug- Store t PERSONALS 4 Mil MATT WOODSON of Middloaboro was In town yesterday 1iioK LUBUE ANDERSON went up to Richmond yesterday to enter colleRo lions to the wlfo of J IL Williams of the MU Salem section an 11poum boy MI8ft PLOJIBNCB SIIHUIY of Arcadia h with her alster Mrs P M Me Hoborts Mn WIIUAM YiwaHK of Mlddlesbo ro spent Sunday with a mighty proltj b girl hero MI88H8 AUJUI AND AUMIA TllAYUH are vlillinR friends and relatives at McKInncy Mns MAnu NEVIUB spent seven days with her son Joseph E Novlus atLancasterMiM D KBSNHDY has return ud from protracted visit to Huston vfllo rekitivre s STBWAUT SANDIDOB of the Woi End was thq IMI of hte aunts Mlww LlMlo and Mary Uoaxley- CLAUDB HIIIH who to attending ool logo at Davidson N C peat a week with his mother and tetera hero r BcH MUBlMlY left Prktay tier Cans Stone Panama to join hte brother Zai Murphy who has boon tboro kar or 1MMR B P RouT miBM1 or tho Stanford Water Lfcht St leo Co Wal In Lebanon Saturday arranging tp wp Uly that III Ole with tee Man J B JoiiNtoN aftor a brier wit to her parents Mr and Mrs George P Bright left vetantoy for hor homo In Now Orleans PROF JOHN L UOSLHY formerly ol tills county and who was superintend cat of the Graded school hero for Ibrier purled hoe boon eloeto principal Wtnahostor city schools Miss EUUA HOONK of Maywood Is vlsiltntc her sister Mrs Jamas Nickels A W Stewart has move t to his new homo In Madison Ilia pot jjifflco Is Sliver CreekMt Vernon Signal MASTBK JOSHHI CLAUNCII and little sister who have been of scarlel fever are about well and their papa who has been quarantined at home J j vIII be at his place of bUlinefl soon Somerset Republican MR FunD URAUNSHCWEIG and two sons arrived from Tacoma Wash hut week to locate In this county Mr B went West some five years ago and has done well but the desire to return to could not reLincoln was great ho slst It LOCALS SHK the Jactlon fence atSingletons PLACE your order for Amercan fence at once At Goo II Farris MONEY hunt rink Thnrsday night 23rd at Waltons Opera House CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repairer nt Cook Farmers barber shop FOIL SALEA 50 egg Incubator and brooder Mrs Henry D Holdcrman Stanford WE will try to do a cash business thi year Please cull and settle your lost years account Bcazlcy Bros v WE now havo a complete stock of sewer pipe and fluo tiling and are ready to furnish any sizes at tho usual prices George D Hopper TilE Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs James II Baughman at the usual hour Saturday afternoon Tits rink Friday night was one of tho most enjoyable for some time A fair ly good crowd was present and everybody seemed to have a fun galore Some of our skaters are getting to bo ex perts of a high order Tho rink will bo open on Thursday night 23rd when there will be a money hunt IN a dispute which led to a fight at McKinney Saturday night Joo Leo Mur phy shot Will Beck in tho right arm nnd Ifoot end grazed tho head of Sam Beck vhoas trying to prevent further trou I1 11 Neither of tho boys is ucriously hurt and as differences are said to have been patched up wo hope and believe there will be no more trouble Y House for rent Apply to E T Pence 2U WILL continue makephotos at GOs per dozen for 30 day longer Iran Cordier Rowland SILVRnLACE Wyandotto Itooators of pure strain for sale Mrs A J Rio R F D Moroland Ky FOR SALE Barrod took White Wyandotte roosters pure bred oachI J E McClure lIustonvllle Ky Tile Floyds delighted everyone Tho illusions nro new and presented In an original manner Chelsea Mass Dan ncrMR ROUERT FliNZRL has moved jewelry business to the room on LnnI caster street just above the church of Christ ALL accounts due us and not paid by Fob let will be placed in the hands of an officer for collection Cummins i McClary I HAVE now patterns and now flosses and the ladios are invited to call at See orance Sons nnd see thorn Mis Maggie Bright Stanford DR Josurii BECK ha opened n dun tal office in the Weathorford Hotel at Huftanvillo and Is ready to walt ot those who with work done in his line ON aeeonnt of the Floyd entertainment at Waltons Opera House Frida night the rink will be open on Thursday night when there will bo a mono hunt oomethlng now in the iKatini rink line TUB Queen Crescent hw tesuad an order that no more cigarette smoker bo employed by the company Good The average cigarette smoker Is good for nothing except te pull away at the little coffin nails SUNDAY wag the prettiest winter day in our recollection It was clear and cold with little or no wind to make It unpleasant Those who could took ad vantage of the fine day and romaine out of doors as much as iw ible LAYMrs Jackson Lay died at her home on Buck Creek noar 0 K Sun day afternoon after a brief illness Sho was a Miss Morgan daughter of Mar shall Morgan and is survived by her husband and several children Mrs Lay was a good Christian woman am will be sadly missed by her neighbor and friends Her husband is serving as a juror at tho special term of cour in session hero GREAT SNAKBS Some eight or 1C weeks ago Mr Blcdsoo Bailey having heard that hair from n horses toll would turn ton snako if kept in water long enough tried It As strange as It may seem tho hair is getting larger keeps In motion very much hko a snake and looks like one Under a microscope it resembles to a considerable extent a spotted snake as spots on tho hair or snake can be easily seen Mr Bailey will keep tho curiosity and sco what further time will do for It WHILE Mrs E B Bcazloy and her son Morgan Beazloy were at church Sunday their homo on Logans Creek was entered and a lot of clothing sil verware and some money stolen Lair Browns bloodhounds were telephon ed for from Hustonvlllo and they made a trail to Ben Pellmans house some two miles distant Pellman who is a colored man was at homo but his two sons wero away and no search of tho premises was made A further effort will bo made to locate the thieves and they will likely bo behind the bars be fore our next issuo is printed TilE Floyds have been before the public as entertainers of a high order for the past twenty years and contrary to the usual methods of such artists havo not only kept abreast of the times but in advance of them Tho entire performance that they offer is new novel refined and of tho highestclass Now because it Is strictly orginnl conItentcontinually adding to and improving tho already vast repertoire Refined in every sense and best meaning of tho word lligh class because their care fully selected program not only delights and amuses all but appeals strongly to tho student and thinker Their stage settings are beautiful and their cos tumes elegant Seo them at Waltons Opera House Friday night next 24th STOCK and Poultry food at Single tons REMBMDBU Cummins McClary nro selling their entire stock of clothing andI shoos at cost FIVE THOUSAND rods American FieldI Wire Fence In stock W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky I AM agent for a city florist and can supply the public with cut flowers for Weddings funerals etc J C Me Clary IF you the 8t plow try a Vulcan or Gibbs Imperial All kinds oC harness and buggies Old Hickory wa gone Prices right E T Pence 2t Fort RENT on Twolargo stor rooms in the best business block in the town of Stanford Ky J S Owslcy Sr sts Ashland Avo Lexington Ky 1 SBND you 1 for the Kentucky State Journal till the adjournment of tho Legislature I am tired of thi CourierJournal 1 want some democ racy writes our old friend nnd forme countymun Mr A J Haydon now or Boyle AT n meeting of fair secretaries In Lexington Jouott Spouse of Lexington was made president and H C Bright of Danville socretnryTho following data worn arranged Crab Orchard July 16 1C 17 Stanford Ju lye 88 Lancaster July 29 30 II Danville Aug 5 0 7 WB with to sell privately our stock of goods at Turnersvlllo or will soil tin goods store and 8J acres of land if pur chaser prefer Tho location athe best in the county being in a good soctioi and at the forks of tho McKinney and HustutivilU pikes For further infor mation see J F Cash Stanford or J R Harrfe at Turnersvllle TUB PIONEER or THBM ALLClar once Bennetts The Holy City is the first and original John the Baptist play It is the only ono that has been a rea success all others are mere imitations It is tho only ono that tells the beautiful old Bible hiatorv with a spirit of reverence and devotion Tho only ono that narrator the pure simple story or the coming of Christ His Crucifixion and Resurcction true to Bible history true to all tho details of our dear old faith Others havo sprung up in imita tion but they were irreverent and im pure and they failed In these days oi progressive thought playwrights and theatrical managers think it neccessary for tho financial success of a play to Introduco immoral scenes to cater to tho morbid and depraved tastes of the vicios thus profaning even the sacred thcmos ot tho Bible but Mr Bennett has proved beyond a doubt that a good pure and beautiful religious drama can win great financial and artistic triumph and lasting success as this wonderful play has already made a small fortune for its author See The Holy City at Waltons Opera House Monday Jan 27th IT is a great thing to be able to take defeat gracefully nnd very few people can but our townsman Mr JooT Em bry is ono of those who can receive a lemon of tho sourist kind without Rafting a face It will be remembered that ho ran for assessor twice and each time met defeat by a small margin He then made tho race with Messrs Geo DcBord and Jesse C Lynn for tho democratic nomination for sheriff and was lofeatcd by one vote He would have eceivcd an 1800 clerkship under Hen ry M Boa worth had ho been elected auditor but Mr Bosworth went down with the rest of the democrats at the November election and Joe caught it In the neck again Ills friends sug jostcd him as an applicant for tho city Marshals place Ho sought the ollice ind again met defeat by ono vote But with all this Mr Embry has registered no kick nnd has done more hard work Cor the democratic party than any man in Lincoln county Ho is democrat of the right kind and defeat docs not les sun his ardor but makes him tho more losirous for democratic success Many Lincoln county democrat has ridden office on Mr Embrys shoulders 1Into when he runs they show their lack oC gratitude by working for the other allow Such js life however the noros tho pity We admire such stor ling democracy us ha possesses nnd should he offer for office again we hereby serve notice on his opponent wh- olover he bo that our vote will bo recorded for Mr Embry lONE dollar will get the Daily Kentucky State Journal Frankfort until the close of the Legislature Hand us tho money and wo will order it for you TUB Holy City which will bo present at Waltons Opera House Monday night next 27th is not a moving pic turo entertainment but a ab play- DAMSMrs scenic production ot the great Kato Davis wife of Joseph Davis died at Prairie Home Mo after a protracted illness She was In her fiftieth year and is survive by her husband and a daughter Miss Jessie Davis Deceased was a daughter of Mrs Nancy Stone of this place and was an excellent Christian woman The burial occurred at Prairie Home Mrs Fannie Todd a sister arrived from Chicago just as she was brcathinf her last MATRIMONIAL Mrs Eva Jennings and W J Dalton both of Garrard were married Friday Charles D Durham and Miss Susie Wingatc were married at Danvillo lost wok In Baltimore William Robinson u youth of 21 was united in marriage tc Mrs Rosa Harris a rich widow of 08 It Does Business Mr E K Chamberlain of Clinton Maine says of Duoklons Arnica Salve U does the business I have used it for plies and it cured thorn Used it for chapped hands unit it GUM than Applied it to an old son and U healed it without leaving a sear behind 25c at Pennys Drug Store Rhode Island Reds tmveTfHIngteComl Illicxle Uhiml Riimitate ami hone for wile HI n wivta Mx1 Iw dfipoMtl of to nuke room for breeding pane MNUIIOOOKHUiiiforil Kf FARM FOR SALE Itt nom iHXir Klngivllle Ky one mile from mllroml itiitlon About Heron oltmr lmlnart good tolmrco land vhimolnnrtHl good inrm houiu nnd Stock Imrti frame stun lor toliarco bnru nil reedy to put up IJontu wnlcr young orchard tine of youuy tlmlKr Blurt bo toUI J L JOHNHOX KliiKSVlllP Ky Small Farm for Sale l delreto sill prlrulely my fnrm of 0 saws known the ul l Mnrtlm Mnrtli Unit Well oaf dwell rllIll1tIr rooms Inrge barn nail other out huiiBt line welter yowl young orchard II uciVKln llneclover from which only one rrop hit bun rut Iuitl fertile and pro ductive grnxlng Intnl For further pMrtlviilura cnll on or write J II Hteonber gen Irnli orchard Ky City Marshals Sale For Taxes I u Lon SATUIU AY FM111 IWS between the of Doolock Atrnod1 oclock i In f Ami of the court house door In Stan lord KIInl PUblic outcry to too high e l nnd lx t blddfr for cud In liiind Ihe following Mete or so much as will guy sueI rant antI jhniilty fit IImoullt rut opposite ench n me In elude percent and cost of ndveN thIng UU JON5 OIly Murdinl KTIN tvuDITIIITr1 Keiuol 5Ir Uhodn town rot r x lIulTmiin Mrs Haley town lot In SI MTAXFOHU COLOURI- IxiKiin Henry town lot 3 Uliikoly town lot U O JONKH Oily Marshal Money ijUlt Ar SKATINe RINK Thursuay Night Moid Rink dub South East Corner Main and Depot Streets tkITCOSTBeginning and continuing until Saturday Feb 1 we will sell our entire line of Outingsi 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 Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court HousefSTANFORDKENTUCKY Money ForYou Big Reduction in Clothing and Hats to make Room for Spring Stock Choice of my 8 and 10 Overcoats at 5 All 12 and 13 Suits to Clean Out at 8 9 Suits at550 8 Suits at 4 Also Special Prices in Shoos ami Ildavy Underwear Produce taken in exchange ut highest market prices Pleawj call and examine my stock MATT ENGLEMAN Mt Salem The Lid I The Lid I The Lid r It is oil on prices nt the Emporium at Huston ville Wo are price fighters YourLidBo sure and got it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected tho cream of the market for you Come and bo convinced in this lino Wo uudertoll everybody CLOAKS Ladies Misses and Childrens Wo can please you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from Prices to suit all We carry a general lieu Clothing Hoots and Slices Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If you have never worn a pair ot Shoes I dont wonder that you have been so disappointed Try ME27 years selling ShoeC Our Fall and Winter stock is now full and complete Como and inspect our stock I know I can do you god Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter Heating Stoves at COST Wile They Last t v Geo De Hoppers Stanford Ky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY W TRANSFER MGt EY IS DY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED 9 r r The Interior Journal nttredinlhe Poll Oficeat Stanford ot HXrrulclast maittr VHLISUED TOESDATB AND JlJUDAT 1100 PER WAR CASH i BsyWhen not so paid MOO will be charged i INoo No2Norlhltle r JOS S RICEAgont Jesse W Sweeney FBOFBIBTOB Livery Food and Solo Stable Lancaster Ky BD CARTER New Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY Joseph 3244 Vol 11 Jg pure bred nnd hits been for reg- Istry In the tint volume of The American Tamworth Hwlnc Ileconl Association Hook under the rules ot tbv nssoelntlon nnd will beNoRJHnsiilxive MIl Edward No SM tfcim Alexandra No Biro of Hire Inplu O Olln Iiruce No aw dnm of HtrelanntIlanN- e111eYD1 Hlre of daub Kentucky Boy No KM dnm of ream Golden JMy No Osl It Is well known that the Tumwortli Hwtuo II the highest lrlce swine Oil the umrket Ills sire Kdwnrd weight Iff nt lnf8 old 1cwloldteU his dtuu Alexnndrn weight for tirO Iusweight 8SSat Il months Ito crossrit well with every breed I will stand him nt SI cash JOHN COOl Htanford Ky Fruit and Orna mental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Cati alvguo on application IL P HiuEXMBYnn fc Soae- Lexmgtouo Ky JLBeazleyCo UndertaKera and Embalm era Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugs Thoy will exchange Furniture for all Kinda of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right SrarYlfw D KENTUCKY iCC McClary Undertaker Embalmor and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY omee 1lione 107 Honif Phone 33 POSTED We whore names nppvnr below strictly forbid limiting Hdilng or lny kInd of try pasting on our places and will prosecute v olntort to tho full extent of the law Alex Oooiwr Mr Story Iepple Mrs Walter Vnrren Mm lutt1u White iltnponllror Tlnsloy HpoouamoreI- 1 lion 1 Martin M V Uiwretice Itinilwu Curtis J S Hacker J M Iettus T A Ule Morgan Ubnpiwll- AiniiniU HolmelTer Greon J L Moltxulaw n WltMty Mrs J K Iulllain It Jj Ililllnin- IVtefllaliner Mrs Kntlierlnu Ador JnmrsN0ael1JNevlnlarterO M Hack Joseph Ilallou H Iytle 1rJoltnlrw- J BOameiiUcli Dr J OUariHtntvr Mrs Italieccn Carpenter VI Martin ThmnpsonThoulasherrlll Davltl Burton J li Hunch M C niohanUon Joseph Krimt Miss Mattlu Hewes JJro Krfil VonOruenguii It K Onlniw Apart Vonariiengiin AT Trnylor IluunuerlFredUwslev Dunn Will ter 110 Suiiielley VVO Floyd J W RAUghuaulJD Hooch Klif ney AlcornJohn s OunTravlor MrtN liOoode OK Tate Juvld Stevens John Juror It O Durham Wn Rout toulbollck Kntl HunUorf dellnu iralg FARMERS DEPARTMENT J W Allen bought 28 cattle at Boyle for which ho paid 2 to 3cCasey NewsIn Mercer B Frank Moore sold his farm near Burgin containing 102 acres to Woodson B Hatchett at 50 At a Lexington warehouse Friday n SowIcrop of 1907 16handIhorses B D Holtzclaw R F D Stanford Ky Phone KM FOR SALEThoroughbred Duroc Jer soy boars Spring farrow Plymouth Rock cockerels Harris and Sid Conger strain 1 each R IL Crow Shelby City R F D No 2 box 23 FOR SALEt5 high grado Jersey heifers bred to registered Jersey bul and will find calves In February anc March Will sell any number to suit the purchaser C T Bohon Son Lebanon Ky Night riders took exceptions to the public declarations of County Judge R IT Lightfoot of McCrackcn county that he had sworn in deputies and would make It hot for the invaders He received a letter signed Night Riders warning him that his mouth is too big and they will get him unless he vas more discreet C p Chamberlains Cough Remedy a Safe Medicine for Children torIchildrenis 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 those diseases It Is not only a certain cure for croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will pre vent tho 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 b7 all drug gists The disgusting spectacle is presented in the Kentucky Legislature of five so called Democrats holding out against Beckham the nominee of the party in primary and thereby causing a dead lock and giving color to the claims of the Republicans that they will elect Bradley To a man from a distance It looks like these wouldbe statesmen are holding out for something else Hanover Va Herald A Cure for Misery I have found a cure for tho misery malaria poison produces says RM Tames of Louellcn S C Its called Electric Bitters and comes in 50 cent bottles It breaks up a ease of chills or a bilious attack in almost no time and it puts yellow jaundice clean out of commission This grout tonic medicine and blood purifier gives quick relief iti all stomach Hvor and kidney complaints and the misery ol lame back Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store- Representative W H Strange will offer a bill making over the Congres slonal districts of the State Every dis trict with the exception of the Fifth composed of Jefferson county Is changed anda number of large Republican counties are taken out of the Eleventh districtHow to Avoid Appendicitis- Most victims ot appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup doss not nau seate or gripe and Is mild and picas ant to take Refuse substitutes G L PennyMore onehalf of the loan certifi cates issued by the New YorkCloaring house have been withdrawn from cir culation At the height of the financial stringency there were in circulation be tween the banks 74000000 worth of these certificates Trial Catarrh treatments aro being mailed out free on request by Dt Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the peoplewithout n pen nys costthe great value of this scleiltlllc prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by G L Von ny Dairymen held a meeting at Le frog ton and appointed a committee to go before the Legislature and push a bill regulating the conduct of dairy herds and providing for reimbursement of any owner whose cattle are killed be cause of tuberculosis r The Price of Peace The terrible Itching anti smarting incident to certain skin diseases is almost instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Salvo Price 25c For sale by all druggists John Iluet aged 70 is dead in Upper Garrard Cut in two by a train the body of W W Mansfield a brakeman on the Cincinnati Southern railway was found by the side of the track near Erlanger When the train was nearing Erlangcr Mansfield was missed and search for him was made by the trainmen It Is believed that ho was a victim of foul play Ho had only a few hours before received his monthly salary and when found there was no money on his person 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 Store 25c The new United States cruiser North Carolina failed again to make her re quired speed of 22 knots an hour in a trial off the Virginia capes The trial was not concluded In 1910 the population of Greater London probably will reach the 8000 000 mark The problem of a water supply is causing much anxiety 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE ITRADE Artrone tending a iittrb and dixcrlMInn ma r utckl our whether an flY probablr oLtnMte Communlr- attomtrlctllcoaedenllal on laeaU WncunnDatentlateota i rpaWlPolk without charre In the Scientific American A handtomelr lllnitrated wteklr Ir eit elf rnlitlon of an dentine Journal Term IJ ratj tNrrot3 II 8oM N wdork Branch Offloo Ci F BU Wublngton Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STOR- ETukenooneswnnrit como and see 4th Is Jlrlle Iells Ijullen1 Underwcarnnd very gnat anti nt Cost wilt Ito fill for your patronage n JHMlTlt HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Inferior Journal BOTH ONE YEAtt FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tbe United State bue not heard of the Oourler Journal Democratic la all things fair In all things clean In all things It Is es ntlally a family vapor Ily a special arrangement we are enabled to fer the WEEKLY COUUIKKOUKSAL one year aud this paper for the price above Send jour subscription for DarnedI hination to usnot tc the Courier ftT COST I Owing 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 1 Roth 50light Generator for sale CUMMINS MGCIARY P S All persons indebted to the above firm will please call and settle FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS WITHOUT CHANGE LKP 1 VIA QUEEN 6 CRESCENT ROUTE Tickets l Salo Ilovcmncr let 1907 TouristWinter Good ltcturnlnQ IIIIY 31at1908 CoeInformation an1 list of IlotclaJJrela- B C KINO C P n T A Ill Mate St texlllllo Ky If You Want the Purest and Best Drugs get Them from I aro oKr er4 A STANFORD DRUG CO f For Sale And Exchange INo zS3 Brick manufacturing plant of 23000 capacity daily steam plant with modern equipments suburban new residence and 13 acres land Haick rest dence in heart of town and other good property amdutlne to about 20000 all in Somerset for vale or will exchange for Blue Grass farm No 6 Fine two story brick mercantile building with large uptodate clothing and Rents futnlshing business anti un dertakersbusiness operated by same firm doing business of f30000 per annum also fine brick residence with bath room base meat hot air heat located on Main street in Monlicello This is an excellent oppor tunity for some one wanting an old established business and one of the prettiest places in the town New railroad being into the town which will soon be completed Write for full particulars for One Blue Grass prop erly lholo of building at our office No 2 Pourroom collage new finish ed in oak a Klngsvflle one acre land Good location trine poultry farm Price Ky was ai the Deposit Hank In then ai the National Dank of Stanford In lees and again as the First National Bask of Stanford in 1883 bad an uninter rupted ulltee for IS years It Is now with and well than ever before In Its honorable l t easy terms No 0 General store at North Frailer Wayne county doing fine business to ex change for iSooo or 6000 tarn Pulaski or Blue Grass section Stock wllllnoiceIabout S and wilt pay for No 3o2 114 acres one mile east ofrPloyds Switch on Somerset and Stanford road 12 miles from Somerset One frame house of lie rooms one log house of two rooms barn and outbuildings Land lays well anti produces 8 to to corn acre If taught at once can be for 1200 It Is a bargain No 39 Stock of general merchandise will invoice between 3000 and 4000 which is doing of flioooo ally In Somerset Reason for selling failing health NO3 90 right at Vnynesburg a good portion of It being for city lots or can be divided Into tuour bin farm of to acres each Price fSoo on goat terms Wo Imvo nil kinds of properties fur Kilo and exchange If interested write tie tolling just what you want or what you have for sale or exchange Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky TO HOUSEKEEPERS L Cosj1 The Standard Oil INCORPORATED t Celebrated Lamp Oil i FIRE PROOF 4r Gives a PERFECT LIGHT and is su perior in every respect to the SoCallIed Fancy Oils for which you pay more money Try it and be convinced For sale by all uptodate dealers n American Wire Fence I GEORGE H FARRIS Agt First National BankSzCapital StccKi 500001 This Institution originally establUhnd of 1191 reorganized roorganlied having practically better supplied facllltlei for transacting business promptly longand carter Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cer porations Solicited Goo In 4000 exchange farm and barrels per had business annu acres suitable OffJoorsIJ HOOKER Prtit 8T lUlinia V Pret J J McHOJIEHTB Ohr 1W H WKAKENAiUOhn Directors 1BT r mil Stanford Jae Rohlaion Rubble J II Ilauebmau Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 06 Tate Stanford j OK Lincoln gounty national BankI Of Stanford Kentucky ti Capital 5000000 J Surplus 3000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIERIJ B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPERI J B Ovvaloy Stanford S H DIREOTORS Shnnks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford I John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W O Walker Stanford J IJ Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersvillc Lillmrn Gooch Gilberts Creekit