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THE INTERIOP JOURNAL I fllVO XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 24 1908 NO 93 M An Old Democrat on The Senatoriu ISltA little retrospection embracing n tow bits of personal history by a layman of nearly a half centurys servIce in the ranks Politics and religion are preponderantly prejudice born of environment and absolutely unacquainted with prin ciplo and uninfluenced by conscience or scruple Patriotism and party Interest apply mainly If not only to the ob Bcuro layman The rare instances of ofllclal integrity but prove the rule Shakespeares truism of thu fantastic tricks of thoso clothed with a little brief i authority applies equally to the mercenary misfit who enjoys a brief season of official pap Jewells generalization and Mulli Kunsipeclflcallon of politics are eml nently a fitting apostrophe to the fa mous Ashland District which in very recent tlmos has demonstrated the rule that self paramount and party Inter oata and previous preferments wholly subordinate considerations John G C and W C P H wore of Urobdlng nag W C Owens and Milton J Dur ham of Liliputia W O Bradley and Armp Swope of the olden time There uro thoso who allege n flaw and taint In James II McCrenrys title to the gu bernatorlnl nomination and likewise smile at Cerro Gordo Williams sa gacity In declining to claim his own and t succeeding to a higher pbme And the I correspondents to dallies report Vas dine Jimmy mum as an oyster when f Heckhame prospects were mentioned Jimmy put up the price of rotes In the Eighth and the loudest boast of hench mn when his turn came to bog a hand out has been ho always put up free ly for the little follows clamoring for party favors In sizing up Jimmy the Saturday Evening Posts correspondent i concludes A shako of the hand from him U a benediction He adds n bourn Ing distinction to the front row on his tide but that Is about all I do not know the correspondent but many will agree that he knows Jimmy and who doubts that the great statesman 7 will share Hill Haldemans exultation II Deckham fails of his ambition The snap judgment of conventions had become so flagrant that a primary election was adopted as fairest moans of majority rule and the contestants morally and legally pledged to cheerful and cordial support of the nominee In maintenance of party harmony and or sanitation Disgruntled disappointed candidates who sulk and bolt generally find thai resurrection is not universal The Oedl- ling whoposefl as a reformer and flam buoyantly prates of a hypertrophied conscience which sublimates and Bane titlM him into something bigger ROIl I bettor than his benefactor and creator lives to realize that his labored Incubra lion is truly pitiful patho Conceding sincerity in the omuUlku ot colossal mercenaries in clocking re Mintnt tU under plea of loyalty and n form and connoience there will obtrude uinicton of a nigger in the woodpile When the Midgets play to tbe gallery the rule or ruin principle seems just M appltenU to the sacrosanct reformers M to Uvckham who WM glorified ai governor and astute politician long tu the distribution of patronage appeared clamor and the greedy were not an hunt gored How any cometoolious man can be persuaded to violate a moral and legal 1duty behind a technicality or any hon est voter encourage jt to past tM roan prehension of an TUT ftmv Rank Foolishness Wbea attacked by acougb or a cold or when your throat Is sore It Is rank rllullshDo s to UKttoy other medicine i than Dr Kings NPW Discovery says C U Kldrldife of Kmplro Go I have used New Discovery seven years and I know it Is the loot remedy on earth fur soughs and colds croup and all throat nnd lung troubles My children arc subject to oroup but ovaryIIthe King of throat mind lung remedies Sold under guarantee utF Pennys Drug Store 50o nod 81 Trial bot tic frco Sellers a prosperous farmer jJames county has lost his mind over the tobacco situa tion lie did not pool his crop and has been reading of night riders Ho fears they will burn his barn containing be tween 5000 and COOO pounds of tobacco lie is in a critical condition Special Announcement Regard Ing the National Pure Food and Drug Law lhatIcolds and lung troubles Is not affect I ed by the National Pure Food und Drug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and wo recom t mend It as a safe remedy for children and a lulls O L Penny t Boyle Democrats Statement We tho undersigned Democrats of Boylo county desire to correct the untrue report which we find published by some of the press In regard to tho sentiment of the Democrats voters of Boyle county in the Senatorial race We feel that wo are In touch with the party In our county and that it is almost solidly in favor of the election of tho duly nominal cd candidate of the party Tho Hoylo county Democracy enjoys the distinction of having in con nectlon with one other county in the State increased its majority over the common enemy at the November elec tion and it directed at that election that the lion E W Lilian cast Its vote In the Legislature for exGovern or Beckham Tho report is now in circulation sent out by some one who wo believe knows nothing of Ohe sentiment of the party that there has been a charge sinco the election We believe that wo can truthfully say that nino tenths If not all of the Democrats of the entire county desire Its rcprosonla tlvo to cast tho party vote which he was commissioned by It to cast and which he pledged himself to cast for oxGov Oeckham In the Interest of our party we have voluntarily come to Frankfort to as certain front our representative why Boyle Countys vote thus far has not boon cast for Gov Ucckham Moth he and wo know that Governor Deck hams personal presence in tho county and active canvass of It largoly ena bled the party to send him to the Leg islature for the purpose of electing the Democratic nominee to tho Uni ted States Senate We trust that the press will no longer misrepresent tho feeling and the sentiment of the Democracy of Hoylo county Robert herding C N Smith H J Durham R G Evans W J Price W Logan Wood Geo W Coulter W S FlURorald J C Davis F Tlmoney II H West W M Zimmerman Wm King It C Fitagorald John C Vorw A T Wlngatc M M May H G Wlngato DISASTER Governor Deckham won his nomina lion In n State primary Whatever is sold of tho methods of Governor Heckham and his friends can bo equally ns truthfully charged against those opposed to him In no respect was the contest waged upon a high er or cleaner plane by one side than by the other The pot cannot call tho kettle black By a majority of over 11000 the Democratic voters of Ken tucky declared Governor Hetkham to be their chose for United StnUa SenatorThe to nullity this clearly expressed will of a decisive majority is malice run riot and madness pure and simple If this program is earned out it will be accomplished at tho cost of the very lift of the Demo cratic party In Kentucky A majority of 66 will not yield to a minority of seven Of court these insurgents to characterise them by the mildest name possibleean defeat the Democratic nominee They can with the help of the Republicans eleet Bradley to the Senate But they are at the apt time heaping up dams tier to themselves and ruin for the party whose servants they are That they can In slightest degree justify their action U beyond all possibility Every Democratic Legislator who fails to support Governor lIeckham by his vote stultified himself and aids in the murder of Democracy The situation at Frankfort is viewed with profound alarm sorrow nod regret by Democrats everywhere Glasgow Times When StomachIlaur or Kid hey nervos get weak then those organs always fall Dont drug tho Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is simply u makeshift Got a proscriptIon known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Rostoru tlvo The stcHntlve Is prepared ox pressly tar theso weak iiisido nerves Strengthen thoso nerves build them upwith Dr Shoops Rostoratlxe tablets or liquid and see how quick y holp will coimft Frco sample test sont on request by Dr Shdop Racine WIs Your health is surely worth this simple test Pennys Drug Store A Higher Health Level I have reached n higher health level stncu I began using Dr Kings Now Life Pills writes Jacob Spring ii of West FranKlin Maine They keep my stomach liver and bowels working just rljht1t It those pills disappoint you on trial money will be refunded atjPennys Drug Store 25c IIn the Kansas House of Represonta Secretary Taft was declared tho choice of Kansas for President NEWS NOTES s Max Roaebaum one of PitUburg most prominent business men dropped dead In tho street of heart disease Alexander II Patterson 72 years old one of the bestknown bankers of Pills burg died suddenly of heart failure Two men wore killed and five injured by the derailment of a work train on tho Atlanta Birmingham and Atlantic railroad noarTyrone Ga A S Woolwine secretary nnd treas urer of tho American paper company at Nashville committed suicide by cut ting his throat with a razor A Negro who was strung up on a tree at Dothnn Ala Sunday night by a mob was cit down by the Sheriff poor afterward lie was found to be alive and will recover John C Morgan n hotel man nt Richmond was released from jail where he was serving a 150 fine for selling whisky and permllling gambling on promise of good behavior About 1000 delegates are in attendance at the 19th annual convention of the United Mine Workers of America now in session at Indianapolis The meeting will continue until after Janu ary 30- The second attempt of Sam McCand less 66 years old to commit suicide succeeded and his lifeless form was found suspended from a rafter of an outhouse on the farm of his brother near Paducah Night rider made their first appear ance in Stewart county Tenn They invaded what is known as Happy Hol low and left about 16 notices to dif ferent farmers not to work any more Negro laborers A bulletin Issued by the Interstate Commerce Commission shows that the number of casualties on railroad for the months of July August and Sep tember 1007 was 23003 including 1 330 killed This Is an increase of 167 l1i compared with the corresponding period of 100C At a brilliant social Junction Mrs George J Gould in NewYork repeated her historic success of years ago when she appeared on an improvised stage in tho ballroom of the Plaza Ho tel assuming the role of a leading part In a oneact play entitled Mrs Van Vechtons Divorce Dance Justice Dowling overruled the motion of District Attorney Jerome to close the court room to the public anti there was a great throng present to hear the testimony of Evelyn Thaw Mrs Thaw was put through n rigorous crossexamination by Mr Jerome which was not completed when the hour for adjournment was reached A tickling oougb from any cause U quickly stopped by Dr Shoops LuuJh Cure And it Is so thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tells mother everywhere to give It without hesitation even to very young hatiifg The wh nome green leaves and tender stems of nl luoghcalinK moiinlftiooiu shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough hire It calm the cough and heals the ore and sensitive bronchial ment nnnes No opium DO chloroform nothing harb used to Injuire or sup toes Simply a resinous plant ex tract that helps to heal aching lungs Th Spanlar4 call this shrub which the Doctor uses she Sacred Herb AluHv demand Dr Shoops IJdugh pure Penny s DrulC Store In Memory of Little Harry Griffis It dkl Indeed seem hard to us all when Gad seeing ho needed another little jewel in his band sent the death angel down to the home of Mr and Mrs is Grim and plucked the bud from the stem to bear little Harry back to tho God who gave him Harry was only two months with us hero to love when God saw such a precious jewel could not endure the dark clouds and raging torn pests of this life and that heaven not earth was our darlings home It is so hard for father and mother to mrrendor their first born and say Gods vvlll be done and human consolation does not roach their broken hearts and we can only point them to him Who doeth all things well For ovon though ho can never return to us tho day is not far distant when they shall bo reunited with their angel babe to part no more Not now but then well understand why ho was given to us for such a short time Little Har rys life had been one of constant auf feeing despite the many efforts made by mother and father to relievo him It must be a great comfort for them to know everything in human power wns done for their darling but death must have been a welcome visitor when it came to bear tho little soul back to its Maker From one who knew and loved him TheCongregation The person who disturbed the con gtegatlonl9tSunday by continually to buy a bottle of Foloys Honey and Tar G L Penny LANCASTER Rev Abernathy preached at the Hap tint church Sunday The furniture is arriving for the new hotel The Kcngarlan Some growers are delivering their tobacco to the buyers here at 8c The Methodist protracted meeting closed Sunday evening after five weeks durationElder F M Tinder began a series of sormons Sunday on The Operation of the Holy Spirit Farmers report that wheat is looking fairly well though it has not had the usual number of snows W H Burton has returned from the South where he disposed of carload of mules at good prices The midwinter examinations have been In progress at the graded school and the pupils consequently wear a look of depression Sirs Louis Landram is on the sick list Miss Emma Hood has been a suf Corer from grip Little Marjorie Hal lou has recovered from an attack of pneumoniaMrs W Harris who has not been in the best of health leaves this week to spend tho remainder of tho winter with her daughter Mrs Walker at Deeson Mtss Elder Tinders Normal Bible class has becomo a reality with a large mem bership and will meet every Thursday evening in the Sunday school apart ment of tho Christian church A rally of the Christian Sunday schools of Garrard county was held at the Lancaster Christian church Tuesday It was an allday session and under the direction of Robert M Hopkins or LouisvilleMr Lackey has been quite ill for a week Mrs W R Cook is convalescent from an attack of grip Will Hall tho popular salesman at HeMj Hallous grocery is down with a bad case of erysipelas fThe great missionary Rev U Dye Is expected to visit here soon and de liver one of his incomparable lectures He is regarded as one of the finest workers in foreign fields and is author ity on all missionary subjects The literary club rho Gleaners met in the school chapel Friday afternoon Tho Poet Longfellow was the au thor under consideration Mrs F P Frisbie led followed by Mesdames C C Brown R L Elkin E C Gaines and E G Kauffman A Leo memorial service was held by tho Mary Walker Price Chapter of tho- U DC at tho homo of Mrs F P Frisbie Saturday afternoon and thepro gram consisted of an address by Attorney W I Williams instrumental mu sic by Miss Mary Arnold and appropri ate vocal selections by the entire mem bership Mrs S II Anderson of this place Ie the possessor of n rare old violin Whllo not an invaluable Stradivarious it is regarded as a fine instrument of German manufacture It is over 160 years old and hear the following in scription Jacobus Stntnor a blam propc Oenlpontum 175C The name iff the maker is burnt on the case which is an indication of a rare instru ment FROM ANTILLES- Chamberlains Cough Remedy Benefits a City Councilman at Kingston Jamaica Mr W URellly Vofarty who is a nerabur of the City Council at Kingston Jamaica W03t IndUa writes aa follows One bottle of Chamber lains Cough Km jdy had good effect ou a cough that was giving mo trouble and I think I should have been more julckly relieved if I had continued the remedy That it was beneficial and quick in rellovlnffino therein no doubt and it Is my intention to obtain another bottle For sale by all druggists Pennsylvanias twocent railroad fare law was declared unconstitutional by time State Supremo Court which handed down a decision affirming the opinion of Iho Common Pleas Court of Philadelphia rendered last Septem berThe enrilineal Coffee SubUltuto mde has recently been produced Dr Shoop of Uaolno WIs You dont hao to boll it twenty orj thirty mininlos Mado in a minute says doctor Health Coffee is the closest ColTeo Imitation over yotI produced Not a grain of real ColTcoIIn It either Health Coffee Is made from pure toasted cereals or trains with malt nuts etc Really It would fool an export wore he to unknowIngly drink it for Coffee Pen flys Drug Storp- Representative Lillard of Doyle has asked that 25000 bo appropriated for now buildings at the Kentucky School for tho Deaf He also asked that 3 000 be appropriated for the Perryville Battle in that it might be beautified and turned into a park flS1VE 1iMO CutPtice Sale All Winter Goods Must Be Sold Regardless of Cost I reorder to make room for the large st ckof SprihgJGoods that is to come in soon 820 Mons Suits cut t 81398 I7liOII 1248 1600 V II II II 1148 12G0u II IIQ4S 1000 0 II 74a n II iiiS581500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 81008 12CO 0 848 1000 it G08 750 it 850 0 II 4 OS 500 it GOOII a4jj 1600 Mens Craviuolte Halo Coats Cut to 1008 1250 II 898 1000 048 84 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 8348 350 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 8298 8 ll Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 8248 Tho above nre only a few of the Bargains we have for you Come iu sad fcc what we have SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Clythintf Dry GOld Shoes Huts Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishing Etc The Holy CityBY CLARENCE BENNETT AUTHOR OF TIlE ROYAL SLAVE None Genuine That Does Not hear The Trade Mark LLB t The ijoly City A triuinpli ot dramatic art A jilay full of heart inttrost A chariuing nod beautiful Investor Tho hest play you over saw Xo other religious play hUB ever hail such growing and lasting success has ever made so many friends hits over so generally delighted all who Lave seen it has ever had such a powerful influence on stage taste and has had eo mnny who have tried to imitate it as this one has 118 heat playof the no A splondM company of artists A great Wanio production 3 Do not hail to see it Do not forget the dateTan 27lh At Waltons Opera House Monday Tan 27 r m9E I HORSE BLANKETS I Storm Aprons I Carriage Heaters Blizzard FrontsT- ry Our Adjustable Blizzards Lni weH HIGGllNSJ If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me WeB McRoberte t T DRUGGIST ISTANFORD i The Interior Journal I C WALTON JJHN J MOSER Is a candidate for Jnller of Lincoln count snhlect to the laden of the lKmocrnt 0 patty M BRUCE It a candidate for Jailer of Democrat innlrct to tho Action of the party JAMES C HAYS Ian candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to tho action of the UeniocrnU par D C ALLEN Ii acandldnteforAsessorof Lincoln coun ly subject to the action of the JkmocrtUO party Democratic Ticket For United States Senator 1 C WBECKHAM WE cant see how any democrat who Tuard or read Mr Bryans speech before the Legislature can charge that he is dictatorial His message to the holy six was so eloquent and he plead with them in such a kind brotherly way that even such sensitive wise men as Campbell Lillard McKnight and the Louisville trio could not have taken exception It is left for the CourierJournal and other republican papers to find fault with the great Commoner and intimate that he is meddling with private affairs in trying tb help elect a democrat who won his nomination in as fair a primary as was ever held in Kentucky But what care either Mr Bryan or his friends what the CJ and its ilk think Such papers despise anything democratic and never let an occasion pass without dumping their stinkKpots and venting their spleen To the demnitlon bow wows with such papers THE Democratic members of the 7Legislature who are voting against for I have no excuse for such action Mr Bryan said When these men whd are opposinglMr Beck ham received their nomination it was with the understanding that Mr Beck ham was the choice of the Kentucky Democracy for the Senatorship Tile villains still pursue The whisky men fought Gov Beckham in the pri mary they fought the democratic nominees for Representative and now they are fighting Beckham at Frankfort Let the temperance people of Ken tucky beat this in mind F ABOUT the only thing we will bet on during these uncertain times is that Colonel Eph W Lillard will never rev e present or rather misrepresent the democracy of Boyle county again One term will be enough and snore than Ephraimi cartoon on the t the holy six perform is the best thing we have seen for some time We donot know exactly what makes the six wise men per form but they are performing all the same THOSE who thought Major Lillard of Boyle was a dummy saw their mistake when he arose at Frankfort and after a speech that wduld have been a credit to almost any school boy cast his vote for Senator McCreary r WE sympathize with Editor W B Haldeman of the Louisville Times 11and Mr Bruce Haldeman of the Cour ierJournal in the loss of a Godly mother Mrs W N Hajdeman died in Louisville Monday aged 81ITHEY say Wheeler Campbell thinks he is senatorial timber and he hopes that the senatorial toga may go to him This is not the season for a repetition of the Deboe incident however POLITICAL The Pennsylvania Republican Com mittee announced that the next State convention of the party will be held at Harrisburg on April 29 Senator Nat C Cureton has announced his candidacy for the Repub lican nomination for Representative in Congress from the Fifth district The Mississippi Legislature elected John Sharp Williams United States Senator to succeed the lion H D Money whose term expires March 4 1911 On the first ballot cast in both branches of the Rhode Island General Assembly Tuesday George Peabody Wetmore was elected United States SenatorThe Deficiency Appropriation Bill carrying appropriations to the amount of 24000000 was agreed upon by the subcommittee of the House Committee on Appropriations Among the bills introduced in the Kentucky Senate was one providing for an amendment to the Constitution which will give tho voters the right to prohibitionThe Ollie James substitute amendment to the Penal Code Bill making it a criminal offense for any officer or employe of the government to issue any false statistics or information relative to the products of the soil i 1 RaceIThelSenatorial vote s unchang oJ the holy six still holding out against Gov Beckham Will keep you lusted W P WALTON Wants The Dog Law To Live May I ask a small space in your val uable columns to call attention to the danger that encompasses tho dog law At Frankfort the first bill Introduced was for the repeal of this law and In the governors message he especially urges its repeal for the reason that it imposes too much extra work on his private secretary I would suggest that before the governor urges its uncondi tionol repeal that ho make a visit to a flock of sheep that has been visited by dogs where they have not for the want of food but simply to gratify their cu riosity killed from 100 to 200 and demoralizing as many more in a single night and 1 feel sure with the usual in terest in all he will change his mind and have an additional assistant to care for the extra work The money will be well spent and the owners of tho sheep better satisfied and protected If it cosi the salary of an extra secretary and the farmers demand it would it be anything but equity Do not the far mers pay tho lions share of the tax and get the lambs share of protection It seem nothing but just that he should have at least one especial protection for one of the greatest farm industries against the worthless dogs 90 per cent of which are kept by irresponsible own ers who are not financially able to care for their families to say nothing of the dogs Since they are not responsible or willing to pay for the dnmago done by their dogs and while it seems to work a hardship on those who keep a poodle and dogs for sport still there if no law enacted that does not work a hardship on some one and the best and quickest way and most equitable to tax all dogs is to pay for sheep killed by dogsThe man with no children who is tax ed to educate some other mans children feels it is an injustice as does the poodle to pay for the enjoyment of the shepherd brother But it is law and we have to stand Itso lets stand the dog tax and ask the influence of every newspaper in the Commonwealth and call attention to the Representatives to defeat its repeal The writer has no sheep but about 12 years ago lostspme 350 worth one night killed by dogs and from that time has talked and worked until a tax was submitted and became a law Mr Croan engineered it through and got the name while I did the work which is all right Just so we got the law and if he is present let him work to maintain it Now with all that work and expense of enactment in justice to the sheep industry let every man speak out through his repre sentative to have it remain in force The Commonwealth maintains a guard to protect foreign tobacco trusts while they shear the grower who works 12 months with it and gets one tenthof its value Why refuse to contribute to the dog tax to protect sheep the most innocent and defenseless of all animals and the only one whose innocence is compared with that of the Savior of men T A BRADLEY Danville Ky IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Warlord Gos furniture store at Richmond was destroyed by fire Smith Clay a Boyle county Negro was given three years for forgery- J C Clouse aged died of meas in the Flatwood section of Garrardlies W BeaU aged 82 and one of the wealthiest men in Marion county is McClure one of Mercer coun tys most prominent families and stockmen is dead Charles Bennett aged 78 is dead in Mercer He was born in Lincoln but moved to Mercer many years ago The mines at Pittsburg continue closed but some hope that they will resume operation in a few daysLon don Sentinel A reconciliation has been effected and Dr and Mrs W C Eubanks are again happily united says a Paducah dis patch Dr Eubanks brought suit against his wife last week for divorce and owing to the prominence of the couple it caused a sensation Dr Eu banks stated that all differences has been settled and on his motion the action was dismissed lie is one of Paducahs leading homeopathic doctors and is well known in the State Mrs Eubanks has many friends both here and at Rising Sun Ind her birth place Bad Stomach Troublo Cured Having been sick for the past two years with a bud stomdch trouble a friend gave Ono u dose of Chamber lains Stomach und Liver Tablets They did ins so much good that I bought a botMo of thorn and have usod twelve bottles in nil Today I am well of a bad stomach trouble Mrs John Lowe Cooper Maine Those tablets aro for sale by all drug glatsA bill was introduced in tho State Senate for the appointment of a Fish and Game Commission ileaWrOthltahltalAtYM1hr W CHURCH MATTERS Rev W S Coaklcy will preach at the Baptist church at Crab Orchard Sunday morning and night A business meeting will bo held at the church Sat urday afternoon No services at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning Christian Endeavor Society at 630 and preach- Ing at 7 P M The subject at the even ing hour will be Some Reasons Why Some Who Believe in Christ Fall Away and Are Lost A Cordial invitation is extended to all to worship with us Tho Pastor There will be a temperance rally at the Christian church Sunday morning beginning at 1045 Rev L C Kelley of Louisville will bo tho principal speaker There will bo no preaching at the other churches all of the pastors expecting to take part in the rally Usual services at the various churches Sunday night- Simple Remedy for La grippe- La grippe coughs are dangerous as they frequently develop Into pneumonia Foloys Honey and Tar not only slops the cough but heals and strengthens tho lungs so that no serious results need be feared The genuine Foloys Honey and Tar con thins no harmful drugs and is in a yellow package Refuse substitutes G L Penny Mrs Mary Roberts Clark a manicur ist shot and killed Frank Brady a newspaper advertising agent and then committed suicide in the mens cafe of a Now York department store Why Suffer from Rheumatism Do you know that rheumatic pains can 10 relieved If you doubt this just try one application of Chamber lains Pain Balm It will snake rest and sleep possible and that certainly means a great deal to any ono afflicted with rheumatism For sale by Ill druggists u A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY TffA dice over McRoberts Drug Store ini the Owaley Build- ingCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Irtt XMIonnl Itankof HtanfnrdKy HI Vn Joe K Kiirrti etal litifendants Nolle of Hale Pursuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered InMlie atrovr styled undnlgurtlusterMONDAY F1OnUAUYICtlttur lietwvon I and t v In front of the courthouse door In Htnnford 1ysellnt piddle outcry to the hlgbett end best bidder the real estate hereinafter described The sum to lilt reullzed from this snle Is IYMV2 with Interest thereon nt the rate or lx per cent per annum from Heptember n IMil until paid together with tho costs of this action The judgment In the share FlrtSiltlonlllllllllkon December Ibll the sold JulllClIInt wnl IrniDferred to M lluchunan at whose Instance this sale Is to lie mode OlilltyRIIIeludes the stenin mill It Is hounded us follows IwKlnnlntc In the center of the strctilorroml thence HNK It pole 6 links to n gate pott thence N 71 K 18 poles is links to the garden fever thence x lOi pole2lliUk to n stake theiui H K en poles crossing the branch thence HH W is thencelt1linethence Ida line NIK poles to corner of the fence thence N W W ill poles to n stone thence S hi u poles in links tit n tone thence Nr7tVc poles IS links to center of rondo thence H3 w SI poles a link to the beginning containing ucrea roods A pole of lund The mile will he mndeoncredltiof slxund twelve months one half of the purchase price wlh theiiccrued Interest thereon to Iw duo odd payable at the expiration of inch of the suit periods of tlmo For the purchase price the purchaser will be requir ed to give land with approved security pay able to the Commissioner and Ixsirtnn In terest nt the rate of six per cent annum byVennhave the force und effect of Judgment CEO B SAUFLEV M C L C C LiStlelllsof Children chlldrenfamilies a better service than to learn of simple and reliable remedies that correct peoplechargeofconstipationandels get In the habit of not working nor mally and soon chronic constipation results that last off and on all through life Then children eat almost continually and as a consequence indl gestlon sets in soon followed by worms or stomach pains or diarrhea or any one of a rightItselfpresentandA better way Is to give the child a dose of somethlrs Intended to cure that very trouble thanDrpleasanllaletho childfromchild whose stomach Is In good worklne order Is diseasesMrs the CaldwellSyrupdisorders Mrs Uvcrsole of tllusboro IIL Is ofherdrful remedy Try It In your own family and verybottleand tho purity of ingredients also vouched for Those wlshbg to try Dr did buylegMdrwwng thl company This offer Itoprove that the thosehosymptoms of stomach liver or bowel disease Gentlest oldliproductbeanIPEPSIN SYRUP CO Bldg Montloella III McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors IValer In std mnnufiicturers of Granite nod Marblo Mnnnments FIrst thts Work nt IteiiKomibla 1rlces Ollloo and Works McKlnney Ky Hhop cloknl on Ho- tunlnINSURANCE Tire Lightning WllldHtormtLift and- incident None and Jt8T Ueiresvnled Lowest Pos ilblo Rates Guaranteed Lou 1uylng life nil Unequalled Talk with VIAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8f 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Get my Hates before Insuring Xothiug but firetcluss Companies Repre sented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY GIVE ME TOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buydyutndeclothing when titers id IIttl dllfenmce In the price of ready nail suits niul n suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tnllor I have handsome line of Pull and Winter Rood fan make froanllluw price business milt to ineflneitdreissult Overcoats Trout nand Fancy Vests The company rep- 18eot U second to iiano HO ItUlLKY The Tailor HI n to rU Ky charge for examination ncienllfirully testing eyes by uptodate methods Ire crllillon hlUll ground to order et in an style triune or skeleton inoiinlliim work and material guaranteed wtlifiictory charges nindtrntu IVrmnneiitly locatnl Central Telephone ltOO II Ky L r IHiWKII- Irnduntid uptoiiirtrvit Uaafctr w r THE IDWINTERjTER111 Wblrh is the rush term opens Jan 1 Du you want to lieu working unit In llvest must nmbltloiH i iithutUstli and professional Ixxlr of teachers ever Kiithervil together for ntuuy In Eastern HrntuckvT- It so Kw your IViunty Huperint nd nt now about Hppolntniint to raw tuition If you lave not already dour to and writ to the President of tn K KH V H fur n cntulOK telllnif hUlL what studs s you il sire Addr It N IIOMIK UlrbiUitul Ky Indigestion In itself a true disease We think of Ujipepsia Heartburn and Indigestion as real dlicatr they are symptoms roll of a Dlrt apeditu- ierye dckncwnothing else ShoopInKtmedy Ir Shoops ItrttoratlTe Going direct to the stomach nenrcs alone brought that surcrti and favor to Dr 81100rnd his llestoratlre With out that vital principle no lufh lasting accompllthtnrnts were ever to ba had For stomach distress bloating biliousness tad breath and sallow complexion try Dr Bhoopi lUstontleeTableU or Llquldod see tot yourself what It and will do We sell and recommendDr Shoops RestorativePENNYS Central Kentucky Real Estate Extliaiiije TITLE CO No tw acre on the AVnyneilicnt pike near Highland 8room house talrlllllllloUI er outbuilding nice orchard TIlls proper ty Is near nail schoolhouse le well worth the price tJu No 111 acres Smiles Houth of Oral Or chard on thn linn u twostory house good burn orchard and Is well water ed about acres of this land Is bottom hind and produces flee crops A lorgnln lit 1ljlJ1 cash In one told two years No 3115 acres on Iluck Creek near Wny nesbtirg 4room house lard ami other out- tuDlgllnuspluntyof water Cash price K No 41111 acre near Level dreen Hock castle This farm has n new it story countKy would cost to build now mix good liani crib Ac located near church und school This Is u nice home und can bo bought for 110 per ncre cash rev mainder In mouths Not 6ICI uterus adjoining the above farms lot niri In culthut dnllwelllugoilntoasg- ood barn nod other outbuildings nice or chnrd Ono of the Lest springs In the coun ty Price satOO mull cash balance I stud 2 GI acres adjoining farms No and- S 10 acres In cultivation balance In tim her Oood white oak hickory and some fliii cedar Has Jstory log huso IIndfOllll urns art well watered Hash No 7 HO ncreii near Maretsbnrg Ky 13 acres In cultivation goal dwelling house Imrn and necessary outbuildings line water and school church flit H It station Trier 3ytr3 rash balance In one und two years- No1I211 acres near Conway Ky nearly all of this farm Is Inittoni land ne for corn nnd meadow l dwelling house new barn and other buildings on county root miles from Berets olUKO Oash price Jt UIINollGlllcn on Drakes Ore k 8 mules from Ural Orchard This farm adjoins the kIllidliIsl11rt0Itine OCH Evans tarn condition nil necessary buildings This Is n bargain ut per micro No lePt acres near HtnnConl Ky In nine slmpu wltlriill necessary ImlldlDKiutc dull be bought worth tho money For full particulars In regard to nil time above farms see or write L H Hughes or James I White Htanrord Ky i Wears For ToDay tlltl I tlalele Every day we are told must take care for itself so these are the things you should buy and wear today Warm Underwear at Any Price from 25C to 150 the Garment r Overcoats from 150 to 5 in Childrens toKta e 20 in Mens Mens High Top Shoes Just a Little Better We Think Than Anybodys Little better Soles and a little nearer Water proof at350 to 51 Rubber Boots Rub benShoes all Rubber Buckle Arctics Felt BootsUgfcu Ladies Chilclrens Sandals- Warm rt1- linedlwoolen and skin gloves These you need today We have them Let us show you t H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY NO BETTER OUdli REMEDY is made than our Compound Syrup- of White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky DO IT NOWtGet Aldridge to put you on a tin roof that will keep you dry and catch good clean waiter in a galvanized gutter Pipe it to the cisItern put on a cast iron cistern top that willtlast a life time and a galvanized bucket pump to purify and pump the water- S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky I r ATTENTION YE LADIES I Until February 1st we make the following Low Prices on Cottons for Spot Cash Note these reductions and buy your cotton needs at once Special13cJ Beckley Cambric 15c to 12 l2c Not over 10 yds to Bleach 10 yds for 108 Not over 25 yds to a a customer Best Apron Ginghams lOc to 712c customer While you are picking up these bargains look at our Laces Embroideries White Goods Linens Ginghams Etc I SEVERANCE dcSON STANFORD STANFORD Ky JAN 21 190 TRY some of our Imported Pure Olive on 35c and Oc a bottle Pennys Drug- SlMe PERSONALS Mn H G LOTUS went up to London Tuesday Mn IloiiFrtT WARNER was In Lexing ton on business MR ED PBYTON of Middlesboro was hero yesterday MR G PKUITT of Moreland Is In the city buying goods MR D S McKINNEY of Lafollette Tenn was hero Wednesday Miss MARGARET LEWIS Is visitin her sister Miss Georgia Lewis at Cra MATTIE SACRAY returned Tues day from a brief visit to her sister at Danville MRS M C MYATT orders her paper changed from Birmingham to Fast Las Vegas N M MR CLAUDE L PRUITT of More land has bought tho Moran property a Junction City MR T H SHANKS has returned from- n visit to his sister Mrs II Kirby Bourne at Now Castle MR G T PROCTOR went up to Cove Ilockcastlo county Wednesday to see Ills aged father who is ill t I MRS J08BTH HUFFMAN and little daughter Louise have returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs II II Cooper MRS J II HOOKER and handsono little son John Wesley of Hustonvlllc spent several days with relatives hero MIB6U3 MOLLIE BROOKS and Pearl Collier df Crab Orchard wore guests of Mrs James P Holdam at tho St Asnph MR W A REYNOLDS of Junction City n Rood friend and patron of this paper was n caller Tuesday He loft a nice order for printing Mn JOHN OWBIEY REID has been elected bookkeeper in tho Lincoln County National Dank to succeed Welch Rochester who has located In Califor niaMRS I W FISH and baby who have been visiting her parents in tho Gil berts Creek section returned to Crab Orchard yesterday Little Miss Wllllo Gordon Traylor accompanied them MR CA n RELL D WOODS who has been in Undo Sams army for a num ber of years came homo Wednesday to the great delight of his mother and sister He is looking well and has ery mark of a military man MR AND MRS JAMES BEECHER ADAMS of Birmingham Ala havo is sued invitations to tho marriage of their pretty daughter Miss Frances Murray Adams to Mr Edwin Lament Anderson of that city on Jan Miss The mother was the handsome Chloe Lmjnn of Hustonvlllo LOCALS SEE tho Jaction fence at Singletons PLACE your order for Amorcan fence at once At Geo II Farris CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop KOK SALE A250CBK Incubator and brooder Mrs Henry D Holderman Stanford WE wllltry to do a cash business this year Please cull and settle your lastI t years account Beazley Bros TUB special term of circuit court is still in session but very little business of Importance is being transacted WE now have a complete stock of sewer pipe and flue tiling and are to furnishany sizes at the usual pricesI r George D Hopper Dn SrurtGEON CHEEK formerly of Danville and well known here died at Jacksonville III a tow days sinceC Ho was practicing medicine there and doing well JOHN K SEWELL who used to set theJIfClJerato soldier a fino printer and a Peace to his ashes THE handsome homoofCol W Huff Duddcrar at Rowland was considerably damaged by fire Tuesday The roof caught from sparks from tho chimney but fortunately the fire was discovered headwayvthis house has caught fire HOUSE for rent Apply to E T Pcnco 2t MY Spring and Summer harness has arrived Call in and see it J C Mc Clary MRS YoUNO tho aged mother of Mr James Young of Highland is dead at Rago Kansas I WILL continue make photos a roc per dozen for 30 days longer Frank Cordier Rowland SILVERLACE Wyandotte Roosters o puro strain for sale MSs A J Rice R P D Moreland Ky FOR SALE Rock White eachbALL accounts due us and not paid by Feb 1st will be placed in the hands of an officer for collection Cummins MfClary I RAVE new patterns and new flosses and the ladles are invited to call at Sev MisstDR JOSEPH BUCK has opened a dental office in the Weatherford Hotel at Hustonville and Is roady to wait on those who wish work done in his line ONE dollar will get tho Daily Ken tucky State Journal Frankfort until tho close of tho Legislature Hand us the money and wo will order it for you SOME 80 or 40 families by the name of Miracle havo moved from Boll coun ty to tho Green rivet section recently and wonl comes thatmany moro are en route MIJILVIILE B RAYMONDS groat play The Lunatic and the Lady will be presented at the Danville Opera House tonight If you like a rollicking musi cal play you should see it FLOYD the magician fairly outdid himself Every feature is unique An ideal entertainment Boston Journal Seo the Floyds at Waltons Opera House this Friday evening Does LOSTOno female with two spots on back and clouded cars the other a male blue speckled with short tail Reward If found J T Hackloy Jr R F D No2 Stanford Ky THE mind rending act by Mohala surpassed any performance of the kind over seen here Watertown N Y Courier Mohala is with tho Floyds See her at Waltons Opera House this Friday evening MARY little daughter of Mr and Mrs John Ranoy iiod yesterday after a protracted illness of a complication of troubles She was about six years old and n twin Much sympathy is felt for the parents in their loss ON Jan 14 my dogs were running fox in the Sugar Grove neighborhood Top a white and black spotted dog was found dead in Wm Peasants field A liberal reward for anybody who will tell who killed him Richard Chandler KIrksvillo Ky TilE ono supreme velty upon the Lyceum platform this season is the Floyds magicians illusionists and en tertainers who are to appear as the next number in tho lecture course They present a program filled with now and startling features pleasing music marvelous mind reading and prestidigitation The Floyds offer an enter tainment that is well worth the price of a ticket to tho entire course Seo them at Waltons Opera House to night 24thCA- ucHTTho rascal who entered Mrs E B Beazley s homo Sunday while she and her son Mr Morgan were at church now languish s behind prison bars Mr Beazley suspected John Sandy Withers a Ne IehorecovclodlWithers company the officer to town but asked permission to get a drink of water This ho secured and ho made n dart for the door but Mr Hester was too quick for him and grabbing him pro vented his escape Withers will haVo abundant time to repent his foolish fort to make a living without worldngI as he will almost certainly bo sent over tho road for several years s STOCK and Poultry food at Singletons JUST received a load of White and mixed seed oats J S Murphy McKinneya RaMBMiiER Cummins McClary are selling their entire stock of clothing and shoes at cost tFIva THOUSAND rods American Field in stock W iL Perkins Crab Orchard Kye forfweddings funerals etc J C Mc ClaryeIr you want tho best plow try a Vul can or Gibbs Imperial All kinds of harness and buggies Old Hickorywa gons Prices right E T Pence 2t FOR RENT OR SALETwo largo store rooms in the best business block in the town of Stanford Ky J S OwsIeySr 243 Ashland Ave Lexington Ky FOR RENT Storeroom 20x40 fet central location and in good repair Pa session can bo given within 30 days Splendid location for any kind of mar candle business A E Albright Brod head KyeLOST between Crab Orchard and Stanford Wednesday a tanned leather handbag containing pocket book with money in it toward if left at Severance Sons store at Stanford or re turned to mo at Crab Orchard Miss Mollie Brooks Tile stockholders the Orch ard Fair Racing Association are re quested to meet in tho courtroom at Crab Orchard tomorrow Saturday Jan 25 for tho purpose of electing of fleets and directors for the present year R II Bronaugh secretary WE wish to sell privately our stock of goods at Turncrsvillo or will sell the goods store and 8J acres of land if purchaser prefers The location is the best in the county being in a good section and at the forks of the McKinnoy and Hustonvillo pikes For further infor motion sea J P Cash Stanford or J R Harris at Turnersvillo Tile PEOPLE ITS FRIENDS = No play has over won for itself ao much human love and so much of true friendship from tho whole public as Clarence Ben netts The Holy City It takes hold of the heart of tho auditor at once It bears that magic spell of genius that makes it real to an auditor lie at once forgets that it is a play and is car ried away with its realism Having once seen it it ever after takes on a sort of personality It becomes to us like some person whom we have known and loved We remember it not as a play but as an old friend andon its return hasten to grasp it by the hand onlyaone true mark of real genius in a dra ma Another is that every time you see it again you find new and beauti ful things that you had never seen in it before This Is one of the few plays that will live to delight our grandchildren and their children after them See Tho Holy City at Waltons Opera House next Monday night 27th KINGS VILLE Dr C M Thompson is in Cincinnati this week Ned Boland went to Way nesburg to attend the Maccabee supper Mrs Louana Carey and son Clifford arc visiting relatives at Wayncsburg J C Engleman went to Shelby City to visit his parents Thomas Routen of Hustonvillc was here Sunday Miss Della Cook and brother Ira of Somerset were tho guests of their cousins the Misses Lee and Mrs Stella Gooch The latter entertained a number of CrolithIMiss Bertha Gooch was in Danvillo this week Mr and Mrs Claude Hosier and Mrs Maude Rigney attended the funeral of their aunt Mrs Stephen Bryant at Floyd I S But ler of McKinnoy was hero this week MATRIMONIAL The social set of Somerset was given quito a surprise by tho announcement of engagement of Dr Carl Nor fleet and Miss Girdler E P Martinnnd Miss Lucy S Goode of tho Turncrsvillo section were made husband and wife on tho 22nd Both are splendid people and good patrons of this paper It Doos The Business Mr E K Chamberlain of Clinton Maine says of Qucklcns Arnica Salvo It does tho business I havo used it for piles and it cured them Used It for chapped hands and it cured them Applied it to an old soro and it healed It without leaving a scar behind23c at Pennys Drug Store The 41 indictments returned at Munfordville against members of the peaceful army when paid a visit to Horse Cave were dismissed 16 by the Circuit Court and the remainder by tho jury before which 25 men were triedGeorge E Bowden Republican Na tional Committeeman from Virginia and Clerk of the United States Court for the Eastern district of that State is dead at Norfolk An attempt was made to dynamite and burn a tobacco factory at Clarks vllle Tenn The guards killed two Ne groes and wounded another Lumber For Sale All kinds of Rough Lumber for snlo Hills niMil mi short Orlst mill In connec lOll Mill on Urftln river Jumbo roil w nlleakaetat McKtnny Terry Newe- lleKnnv y Rhode Island Reds I hnve 71 Hlngl Comb Ithode Island lUtl illeU ntiil sonrltns Inns for sale nt tl each tut Ill ax of to make room for breeding pentMM I H OOOK Stanford Ky FARM FOR SALE Nft nerH lIflr Klngsvllle Ky one mile from railroad station About aoacres clear ed Imlanrt good totmcco land whencleored uplllentgbwater young orchard linn of youny tlniUer Must be Mild J L JOHNHON Klngsvtlle Ky Small Farm for Sale Idelretoell prlmteLv my farm of acres kninvu as the Martini Martin dwellInshouses one wntor good young orchard I Hcrosln n lie clover from which only one produetholuirtlcularti call on or write J lJ Htvenuer gen ern b orchard K- yNoTiCE I Lincoln Circuit Court It t Warrens Adiur 1IIT vs ItO War rensUelm Rte Dolts Notice Creditors of the estate of K 0 Warren deceiuedare directed to present their claims properly provenlto the undersigned Matter roner olllce In Htnnford Ky on r before Feb duly Claims not pro seated within that time will nut bo allowed Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court J A Kdge 1lalntllT Versus Mottle Slaughter Delendnnt Notice of Hale Iuiuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln Clr cult Court the undersigned Muster Commix kloner will on- MONDAY KK11KUAHY 10th Iwtween and 2 r In front of the courthouse door In manford Ky sell at public outcry to thu highest and best bidder the real estate herelnulter described the sum to be realized from the wile being JXI13 with Cllltr cent Interest thereon from October li l until paid together with the costs of title action OOllutyKnntuckyfollows on the Fast aide of the Otteiihflm pike thence N sly K poles to a stone corner to lot No lv thence H ta K 25 poles to u stone thence 3JAV poles to it toll thellcu N filH W SJ poles to the begin iiliiK being the same lot conveyed to llIt tie Slaughter by dent of Matilda Ilutcher dnted March tub and recorded In tin olllce of the clerk of the Lincoln County solo will be matte on n credit of six rIulrcdtoapproved persona security payable to the lhrultditto of sale until paid OEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C Money tuit A- TATZNG RINK ThrdayightEStantoiU I South East Corner Main aridJDepot Streetsc f New White Goods saslla v Persian Lawns French Lawns and Linens at 25c per yd The new Pear line at 4Oc yd Hope cotton at 12 12 cts per yd Real Linen Lace 5c yard AlsO full assortment of Torschons Vals and Square Mesh Laces TRIBBLE HUGHES IDryGoods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY HouseI MoneyForYcuBig Room for Spring Stock Choice of my 8 and 10 Overcoats at 5V All 12 and 13 Suits to Clean Out at 8 9 Suits at 550 8 Suits at 4 Also Special Prices in Shoes nutl Heavy Underwear Produce taken in exchange nt hfghest market prices Please cull and examine my stock MATT ENGLEMAN Mt Salem The Lid I The Lid I The Lid I It is off on prices attlie Emporium at Huston vi Wo are price fighters Your Lid Be sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We haveg selected the cream of the market for you Como and bo convinced in this line We undersell everybody CLOAKS Ladies Misses and Childrens We can Ileaso you Quality and price guarantee LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from suit all We carrya general line Clothing Boots and Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If you have never worn a pair of Shoes I dont wonder that you have been so disappointed Try ME2i years selling Shoes Our Fall and Winter stock is now full and complete Como 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 A D QUHJKfEST WAY IS TRANSFE OE 13 BY LONG DISTANCETELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MAHAOER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE GQHPAK INCORPORATED i 1 The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOjfice at Stanford cu Heonddau matter FUBUBBHD TOEHDAVH AND FRIDAY T 3100 PER YEAR CASH pWhen not so paid ftOO will be charged LN TIMETABLEY No SI North llssi r No W North isuw p No SI North 41 A Not North 318 p n JOS S RICEAgont Jesse W Sweeney FBOF3IKT- OBHvory Food and Sale StAble Lanoaster Ky B D CARTER Now Llvorv Depot Street Phono 96 STANFORDKENTUCKY Joseph 3244 Vol I Is pure bred and has Wen arc for reg Utrjr In the nrst volume of The American Tnmwortli Swine Heconl Association took Umtar the rulosof the association nn l will IH NO BII nsubovo Sire Kdwnnl No SM lam Alexnmlrn 00117 SIre of Hire Maple 0 Cliff Iiruco No tlnni of SlreUtinmllan NelllefcWl Hire of dart Kentuckv Ro No 173 dRm of dam Golden I va o It Is well known that till Tnmworth Swine Is the highest IWIIIP on the market Ills sire Kuwaiti weight 188 nt jvors old Iou for ro 4 his dnn A exnndroc sold ror II Ulswelaht1SSnt months lie crosses well with every I will atnutl him at fl cadi JOHN COOK Stanford Ky Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Catalogue pn application fl F HlLLEXMBYBR it SON- SLexington Ky JLBeazeyCo o Und rtnlters and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give- Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKYj J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY t Office PkOiM T Home Phone 0 POSTED W wJiow males apimnr below strictly forbid hunting flaUtBR or urn kind of tress on out nd will proute vi IRWiAIx i ples Mrs Walter Warren Yftille Hnntnmtttroy TlnsUy Hpooimmor lien P Martin M K Lawrence Itoul oii Curtis JB Hocfcer M 1uttiu T A lure Morgan 0baiiioll Amaticlt HolmetTur Iretm Farrlll J U lloltzelaw O V lUsty Mre J K Iulllam It b Iullliiiii- T r ler IilllmrL31s Katherine Ador Mea tr t UllnnnouJ- niiMN N Oath J Nevln Unrtur O M Itnrk Joseph llnllou Mrs Jiis mines- 113tlaateulsuh lir J OOnrnenter Mrs llebecoa It Ullrl liter W Martin- A M rrve J H Thomas Kitrrlll Jan pftvltl Iliirtun J It TbumpsolII M O lllelmnlson Jose MISK Mnttl llwwf IA1htrCFred tltr I1llllrrlleturWillWO Kloyil J W Peek J I Jam J W IluuKhniHii J K Hruce J O Hpriitt- W DOoooh W H ItlBimy IfcBUnderwoodSon Mrs Mary Oniwns- JohnMOartor Martin Alcorn JohnOiimenlscu WiiiOordler DanTrnylor M D Klmoit t Mn N OKTate Pnvld Htevons John Juror It U unrhnm wn Hunt iotllliOlIck Fred Hnndorf I Adeline Untie Chrlttlan Jiuoh 4 HUSTONVILLE J K Baughman sold to Bright i Fox of Danville 25 twoyearold mule at J 170 Col Levi Turpin has again disappointed a purchaser by declining to conve his farm sooften sold in the past two yearsWo have some new bargains In goo blue grass farms at panic prices Call or write for particulars Williams i Co real estate agents George A Dinwiddie having sold his stock of general merchandise at Pen dleton is nt home for a short vacation before entering business again Mack Sutton fell 20 feet from a tele phone pole while repairing the line last week and was found unconscious where he had fallen lie soon revived how ever and is not seriously hurt Word from Lexington to the effect that Charlie Brown is making goo with the Eureka Light Co is no sur priso to his many frieods here who believe he will succeed if given a fair chanceAt regular meeting of Huston yule Masonic Lodge wo noticed the fol lowing visiting brothers N C Hicks of Middlcburg J B Cooley and J W Coffman of Rocky Ford The next meeting will be held Jan 31 at 630 P to complete unfinished work Turnpikes are rapidly reverting to conditions of old time mud roads bar ring a few light grades This result is due solely to the need of a system by which the work done and the mater ial used is according to the contract The county should own its crusher and a steam roller Cecil Bohon of Decatur Ill and Hudson Bohon of Mt Auburn Illare visiting relatives near here Dr Jas Rifle of Erlanger was here last week to see his sister Mrs T L Carpenter whose condition is little improved lien ry McKinney has moved into his new house on the Joe Napier place which he recently purchased G J Bohon and nephew James Jones have been In Texas prospecting and hunting big game since Jan 1 Their last reports showed better luck shooting than find ing productive investments Chamberlains 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 Intended especially for coughs colds croup and whooping cough and thero 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 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 fists PREACHERSVILE Born to the wife of Wm Lawson a bouncing 10pound boy W F Parks gasoline grist mill runs every Tuesday and Friday Fado is as rood a miller as he is a blacksmith The Baptist brethren met last Saturday and falling to call a pastor will try gain tho first Saturday in February Miss Lula Ballard is quite ill of pneu mania Mrs N J Horton IB some better David Lunsford is quite sick Miss Ann p Ware has been quite Jacob Clouse who lived nwir here died Sunday of pneumonia following resoles He was about 85 yours old and a good citizen He is survived by four children Ills wife died lut year Eugene Sutton who is a dispatcher In the employ of the Q C at Lex- Ington visited his sister Mr M 0 Kennedy Mr and Mn J T Blngn man of Stanford visited at W P Whites A Cure for Misery Itl have found a cure for the misery malaria poison produces says II M Tames of Louollen S CIOUS called ibotric Bitters and comes in 50 cdnt oUIes It breaks ug a case of chills or a bilious attack in almost no time and it puts yellow jaundice clean out of commission This great tonic glvcsIidnoy complaints and the misery of- Imo back Sold under guarantee at ennys Drug Store Believing that the religious part of the proceedings of the House of Representatives should be preserved in official form Mr Houston of Tennessee has offered a resolution directing hat the prayer with which the chap lain opens each days session bo printed in the Congressional Record How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appondiultU are those who are habitually constipated rlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures hronlo constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the atural action of the bowels Orino axatlvo Fruit Syrup does not nau sate or gripo and is mild and pleas ant to take Uofuso substitutes G L Penny p rYW H Cooke aged 66 is dead in essamine r oils FARMERS DEPARTMENT At Sam Morris sale in Laurel corn brought 3371 per barrel Dunn Adams sold for J J Meyer his farm near Perryvlllo to Dr Myers of Fayetto nt 130 W T Robinson sold 21 fat cattle averaging 1330 pounds to McKnight Son of Louisville at 5c Advocate Jake A Robinson who lives on tho Lincoln and Boyle line has sold his crop of tobacco 20000 pounds to T S Starling Co at lljc straight FOR SALEThree pair good 15hand Work mules ready for work two pair young mules and two extra combined horses B D lloltzelaw R F D No 1 Stanford Ky Phone 634 FOR SALEtS high grado Jersey heifers bred to registered Jersey bull and will find calves in February and March Will sell any number to suit the purchaser C T Bohon Son Lebanon Ky FOR SALE Thoroughbred Duroc Jer sey boars Spring farrow Plymouth Rock cockerels Harris and Sid Conger strain 1 each R II Crow Shelby City R F D No2 box 28 Also six or eight nice Bronze gobblers Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Faclne Wis These tests are proving to the people without a pen nys costthe great value of this scientific prescription knownto drug gist everywhere as Dr Snoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by G L Pon fly Auditorium plans accepted at Denver by the Democratic National Committee on Arrangements for the National Committee provido for seats for 14000 persons in the convention hall The Price of Peace The terrible Itching and smarting Incident to certain skin diseases is almost instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Salve Price 25c For sale by all druggists I Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE rTnko no ont s word It hut ow mill see All sold nt reduced prkv MetC and iaines Uiulrrwmirnml Uul r MBiri end DoyiHultn tot will IM wry unite fill fur your imtronngo U JsMITlt HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER f Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 J Few people In tl e United States but not heard of the CourierJournal Democrat In all things fair In nil things clean In nil tblng It U essentially a family paper Dy a special arrangement we are enabled to of fer the WEEKLY COUKIEKOUUNALone yearend tbli paper for the price nawed abOTe Send your ascription for the com bastion to usnot U the CourlerJouarnt fiT 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 r 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 I Roth 50light Generator for sale UMMMS McCLMRY P S All persons indebted to the above irm will please call and settle FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS f 11 IiIOUEENWinter Tourist Tickets WITiUI CHANGE iGoodFarInformation nd list of hoteli address D 0 KINO G r 0 T A Ill Mala Su Lexington Ey u I If You Want the Purest and Best Drugs get Them from STANFORD DRUG 20 nN For Sale And Exchange i No 385 Brick manufacturing plant of ifGoo easy terms 25000 capacity dally steam plant withNo f General store at forth Irulermodern etlutpmenh uburban homo new doing fine bdsinesa to U PululdenceonSomersetBlue Grass farmex o 3o 114 acres one mile east of Stanfordbuilding otdeCQrnfinebargllinIntunity for some one wanting an old estab No 294 Stock ef general merchnndlse fished business and one of the prettiost will Invoice between ijouo and ffooa places in the town New railroad being which Is doing business of f oooo anno into the town which will soon be ally In Somerset Reason for soiling completed Write for full particulars falling health- Might exchange for floe Blue Grass prop NO3 fO acres right At Yarneaburg erty Photo of building at our office a Rood portion of it being sniiablc fir city NO2 Fourroom cottage new finish lots or can be dlvWed into suourbin farms ed In oak a Kln SI1II1 one acre land of acres Mea rice goo Oft good Good location Fine poultry farm Ifkse terms Wo have all kinds of projicriiiw fur sale and exclmngo if in to ratal write us tolling just what you want or what you have for sale or exchanger Somerset Real Estate Agency r Soniersot Ky n u TO HOUSEKEEPERS The Standard Oil Cos INCORPORATED p ti Celebrated Lamp Oil FIRE PROOF t Gives a PERFECT LIGHT and is superior in every respect to the SoCall ed Fancy Oils for which you pay more money Try it and be convinced For sale by all uptodate dealers I American Wire FenceiGEORGE H FARRIS Agt First National Officers Stntor ICy J e HOOKRU Peat Bank TUARaBVIru J J UOKOI1RUT8 ChI Capital Stock 50000w D WRAltRNAut Otur ThU limitation ni originally ettabllheCDJr8otoras the Deposit flank In dueathen reorgantieii as the National Stanford In 1881 and again reorganlied at V Reid DaD the First National Ilink of Stanford In T Harris Stanford 1863 barlnj had practically an amour J locker Stanford copied oztitenee IS Tears It Is better K It Tanner McKlnney applied now with facilities for transact M D Klmore Stanford lag buInes promptly and well than ever II lUugUman Stanford biter In IU long bonorabln career T P Stanford Jai Robinson Hubble HtaatordAccountsK Tate Stanford porations Soliciteda tIc Lincoln County national BankI Of Stanford KcniucHy Capital 5000000IpSurplus 3000000- S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER 9 J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSyJ B Owaley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Gco W Curler Stanford IJohn B Foster Stanford 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