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THE INTERIOP JOURNAL I VOL XXXYSTANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 28 1908 NO 94 Here and There Dennis Kehoe aged 82 father of three pricsU Is toad at Covington At Springfield Ohio Roy Grieves ngod six shot and fatally wounded his brother 12 years old It took 100000 to clean tho streets of Now York of tho snow which fell In the storm of Thursday night last Eight people have died from cold and exposure as a result of tho 10 inch snow which fell In New York City Thursday night Tho bank cashiers who are originally from Owen county and there aro hun r r dreds of them all over the U S aro to hold a reunion at Owenton in the Spring A petition asking Gov Willson to pardon James D Howard sent up for life for conspiracy In the assassination of Gov Goebel Is being taken nround a in Payettc A special dispatch from Charlotte vlllo Va announces tho death at Forest Lodge of Francis Trevelyan one of tho foremost racing official of tho country Rev II D Ketcham of Cincinnati one of the primo movers In the effort to have dry districts declared in Cin cinnati has been threatened with death on this account- It is surprising to strangers to find Egyptian families occupying some of the tombs which have been excavated and abandoned It seems uncanny to see babies playing cheerfully about the doors of the tomb houses and to watch chickens running in and out as they do at the mud dwellings When questioned about the tombs a dragoman said that those occupied as homes had been tombs of ordinary citizens and were of no val ue as show places for tourists Aa some of them have several rooms ex tending into tho rock and as they areI cool In the hottest days of summer andI warm in tho cool days of winter theyI t aro altogether desirable as homes Thor Egyptians do not shara tho horror oft dead bodies felt by Europeans ChllI dren run about with pieces of mummies and If they cannot dispose of them toI tourists they play with them A mum milled foot or hand Is so common In Luxor that ono may be purchased for a few centLeallee Weekly x Rank Foolishness When attacked by acough or a cold or when your throat ls sore It Is rank foolishness to takeany other med lobe than Dr Kings Now Discovery says C O Kldrldge of Kmplro Oa I have used Now Discovery seven years and I know It Is the best remedy on earth for coughs and colds croup and all throat and lung troubles My children are subject to croup but New Discovery quickly cures every attack II Known tho world over as- the King of throat and lung remedies sold under guarantee at Pennys a Drugstore Wo and Trial hot tin fret Tho Bishop of London at a dinner in Washington told a story as the cigars came on about one of his predecessors When Dr Crcighton was Bishop of Londdn he said he role on a train ono day with a small meek curate Dr Crcighton an ardent lover of tobacco soon took out his eigar case nnd with n smile ho said You dont mind my smoking I sup pose 7 Tho meek palo little curate bowed and answered humbly No if Your Lordship doesnt mind my being sick Kansas City Jour nut Special Announcement Regard Ing the National Pure Food and Drug Law Wo aro pleased to announce that PoleyV Honey and far for COURhl colds and lung troubles Is not affect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend It as a safe remedy for children anti adults O L Penny John Forrest a young man living near Murray was killed while assisting in moving a corn crib Why not set your cap for that young fellow lies single and welloff MiYes hes single but ho knows welloff Bad Stomach Trouble Cured Having been sick for tho past two years with a Lad stomach trouble a friend gave jne a dose of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets They did me BO much good that I bought a bottle ofthorn and have used twelve bottles In all Today s am well of a bad stomach troublo Mrs John Lowe Cooper Maine Tfccso tablets are for sale by all druggists Tobacco growers of Bracken county adopted resolutions calling on inde pendent buyers at Augusta to cease further operations until the tobacco troubles have been settled This action was li business men of Au r gusta and Orooksville L POLITICAL The Republican convention of the Fourth Oklahoma district indorsed the candidacy of Secretary Taft A petition is being circulated In Grant county calling upon Representative Steers to cast his vote for United States Senator for J Campbell Cantrill of Georgetown Over 200 Mexican War pensioners in Kentucky will be interested in a bill introduced by Representative Hull creasing Mexican War pensions to a month Veterans aro now getting 20 Representative Rhinock of Kentucky introduced In tho House a bill repealing the internal revenue tax on stemmed and unslemmed tobacco in the natural leaf and natural leaf In the hand twist Tho North Carolina Senate by unan- Imous vote passed the bill providing fot State election on prohibition on Au gust next tho act if ratified by the people to become effective January executive session of the Senate several members sharply criticised President Roosevelt as having exceeded his authority in negotiating and proclaiming tho tariff agreement with Germany Representative Gaines of Tennessee teas introduced a bill in tho House to permit the transfer without civil ser vice examinations of letter carriers from cities to rural districts and vice day In the House produced new measures Among them wore bills requiring a license tee of W for each of tobacco grown in 1903 prevent- Ing the sale of liquor by groceries and drugstores and providing for a board of arbitration to settle labor disputes Senator Stone of Missouri presented statistics of Government deposits in national banks to show that the distribution of money during the recent cur rency stringency was not cqultableE contemplated by the law governing Treasury Department He declared that the West and South were discriminated against while New York and Boston were favored The Governor announced the appointment of tho following as members of the State Board of Equalization First district two years Edward Thomas Fulton county Second dillI trict four years I G Mason Logan county Third district two year G Bruce Taylor Mctcalf county Fourth district four years William R Waters Jefferson county Fifth dis trict four years Daniel W Clark Knox county Sixth district two years E A Weber Campbell county Seventh district four year John E Garner Clark county Majority and minority reports will be made to the Senate on Senator J W Newmans resolution calling for an investigation of tho tobacco situation In Kentucky The Democratic members of the committee will report the reso lution favorably while the Republican members will offer a minority report embracing Senator Burnama amend ment which limits the committees ex penditures to 2000 calls for the appointment of two additional members by the Lieutenant Governor and the time of the investigation to tho life of the present Legislature DISASTER When the Stomach Heart or Kid ney nerved get weak then those organs always fail Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That Is simply a makeshift Get a proscription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Shoons Ilcjtora live The Hestorntlvo Is prepared ex pressly for these weak Inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Restorative tablets or liquid and see how quick y help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Itaclno Wls Your health Is surely worth this simple tort Pennys Drug Store TilE Pension Appropriation bill prepared by tho House Committeo calls for 150000000 or five millions more than this year This is the largest sum since 1893 when it was 161774000 Tho increase this year is due to the lows giving soldiers who are 62 years of ago- a service pension Gen Garfield said that the limit of pension payments would bo reached 20 years ago and that it would afterwards decrease at a rap- Id rate lie did not calculate npon pol iticians trying to buy tho voto of old soldiers by every form of Increase of pension It Is now 43 years since the war closed and the end seems farther 1off than ever before A Higher Health Level I have reached a higher health level since I began using Dr Kings Now Ufo 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 NEWS NOTES Hallio Rogers died In Hardin county from lockjaw caused by cutting her toe off with an ax Joseph C Black a Louisville whisky merchant blew his brains out Ill health is assigned Hereafter tho Baltimore Ohio railroad will not give employment to men who drink intoxicants on or off duty Dispatches to Duns Review indicate that trade increases gradually but progress Is still slow Tho financial Improvements is still the best feature of the situation Jov Patterson has commuted to life Imprisonment the death sentences of Rob Henderson and Dave Sherman Negroes sentenced to hang at Athens Tenn They were convicted of killing- a white man- Everett R Baker formerly assistant cashier of the Lexington lank and Trust Company filed suit in the Federal Court against a Cincinnati broker age concern to recover a largo sum of a money alleged to have been lost in speculationW County Judge of Owen county was indicted by the Carroll county grand jury on the charge of S criminal libel Tho indictment resulted from Judge Yancoy making charges of a misconduct against Commonwealths Attorney F C Green At tho mineworkers convention in Indianapolis John Mitchell told the delegates that he had not accepted a Gov ernment position none had been of fered him and to the be1 of his knowledge at this time htlr would accept a Government po jn Gov Willson announced the ap lInt ment of Elijah J Green of Covington to be Assistant Adjutant General to succeed Mervin Parrent Mr Green has had considerable experience In the State Guard work in this State as well in Ohio and is well qualified for the a burning brush on their farm in the Osage Nation near Bartlcsville Okla Mrs George Moyer aged 65 years was burned to death and her husband aged 63 years was fatally burned Mrs Moyers dress caught fire and Moyer was burned In trying to save her- NlghtRiders invaded Dawson Springs took John W Heath from his room at the Arcadia Hotel carried him across the Trade water river and severely whipped him Heath is putting Up tobacco for the association but the night riders accuse him of having bought a crop of pooled tobacco A check signed by Mrs James liar gis has been handed to the attorneys for Mrs Abrelia Marcum settling in full the judgment obtained against James Hargis and Ed Callahan in the suit brought by Mrs Marcum alleging that the defendants caused the murder of her husband The originalverdict was for 8000 but with interest and costs Hargis and Callahan were com Polled to pay more than 11000 Upon request of 11 Councilmen and many others Mayor Stallcup of Maysville has called a special meeting of the City Council to consider an or dinance prohibiting the American Tob sacco Company fron buying or receiving any tobacco in that city Much op position to the measure has developed and its opponents will be represented by counsel The Mayor is said to bo against the ordinance which would close down the biggest industry in the city IA tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And It Is so thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Shoop tells mothers everywhere to hive it without hesitation even to very young babies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a Iunjhoa ling mountainous shrub furnish the cura tire properties to Dr Shoops Cough Uuro It calms tho cough and heals tho soro and sensitive bronchial mem branes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injulro or sup press Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal aching lungs Tho Spaniards call this shrub which tho Doctor usesII The Sacred Herb Always demand Dr Shoops Bough Bare Pennys Drug Store A Kentuckian with a huge whisky jug asked a countryman to take him in a wagon a few miles over a hill adding How much will it be worth 1 Oh a couple of drinks out of that jug will be about right said the coun trymanAfter the journey had been made and the driver had taken aywig he said Stranger I am a peaceable man but unless you want to be full of lead tonight you had better find out a new way to carry your molasses Disturbed The Congregation The person who the con gregation last Sun dy by continually coughing Is requested to buy a bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar G L Penny IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Dr Wm Casperi of Mitchellsburg Is dead lie was asucpcssful practitioner George W Harper has been appointed postmaster at Van Hook Pulaski Miller died near Springfield from blood poisoning caused by an ac cidental gunshot The Somerset Milling Co whose buildings burned some time ago have bought a lot near the depot in Somerset and will rebuild on a larger scale Dr James II Letcher of this city has formed a partnership with Dr Wil liam Taylor formerly of Greensburg for the practice of dentistry Advo cateJ P Turners barn containing 900 worthof hemp burned near Nicholas ville The tobacco had been deliveredI to the American Tobacco few days ago The origin of the fire is not known but workmen near heard slight explosion shortly before the fire broke out The defunct Mountaineer printing plant was sold by Commissioner J R Cook Monday to E M Rousseau and M Boone The total wreck of in vestment in this enterprise should be warning against the starting of news papers by persons unacquainted with the exigencies of the business Somer set Journal Gov Willson has appointed the following trustees of the school for the Deaf and Dumb at Danville George W Welsh of Danville Rev F J Cheek of Jefferson county Jt A Quisenberry of Danville and Robert King of Lexington The trustees whose terms have expired are W C Price of Danville T B Robinson of Lancaster D F Logan of Danville and M R Walters of Shelbyville Senator Jack Chinn is arranging for meeting of tho Fox Hunting Com mittee of the Legislature one night this week Plans have been laid for an oldtime chase of Reynard at the Sam Wooldridge place near Versailles = Besides Senator Chinn the party will be made up of the following veteran fox hunters Lieutenant Governor Cox Senators Renaker Grigsby and Representative Gus Richardson About 40 hounds will be in the pack The trustees of Berea College Ktn tucky got from Andrew Carnegie a promise to contribute 200000 to the endowment of that institution The Kentucky Legislature has passed a lawmaking the education of whites and Negroes at the same college illegal William G Frost president of the cot lege accordingly set aside 200000 of its endowment fund to maintain a epa rate school for the Negro students To put both schools on a good financial footing 500000 is needed FROM THE ANTILLES Chamberlains Cough Remedy Benefits a City Councilman at Kingston Jamaica Mr W ORoilly Fogarty who Is a member of the City Council at Kings ton Jamaica West Indies writes as follows Ono bottle ol Chamberlains Cough Item dy had good oiled on a cough that wasgiving me trouble and I think should have been more quickly relieved If I had continued the remedy That it was beneficial and quick In relieving mo there Is no doubt and it Is my Intention to obtain anoth er bottle For sale by all druggists Most people have good impulses only they do not act on them and then the opportunity is gone and gone never to return How often have wo acted on an impulse and afterward said Well if I had stopped to think I should not have done it but it was well wo did not stop to think as we found out aft erward Act on your generous im pulses you gill seldom make a mis take second thoughts are not always bestMargaret Bottome Tho finest Coffee Substitute ever made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis You dont have to boll It twenty orj thirty min utes Made in a minute says the doctor Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Health CotTee Imitation IB made from puts toasted cereals or grains with malt nuts etc Really It would fool an expert werelho to unknowingly rink It for Coffee Pen nys Drugstore If the Increase of aalaryto 5000 rill Improve the quality of the circuit judges by all means let a bill gto that end pass There are some in the state are high at any price and others who are worth ten times what hey get There ought to be a graduation in judges salaries Frankfort Journal Heres a piece of plo I made my cell bats all right lady Im so hungry I dont mind what l eatNew York World A u BSWEEPIN G- CutPrice Sale All Winter Goods Must Be Sold Regardless of CostIorder to make room for the large stock of SpringGoods that isjto come in soon 820 Adens Suits cut to 1398 1750 1248 15100 di 1148 e 1250I 048 1000 748 750 u 408 85 it 86 a348 81500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 81008 1250II II 848 1000II 608 750 it 850 408 500 it 000 II 348 1500 Mens Cravinctte Rain Coats Cut to 1098 1250 la l4 898 1000II II C48 s 84 Mens IIigl1 CUt Shoes cut to 8348 8350 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 8298 83 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 8248 The above are only a few of theJHargains we have for you Come in mill Ecowhut we have SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc The Holy City BY CLARENCE BENNETT AlTTHORlOF THE ROYAL SLAVE None Genuine That Does Not hear The Trade Mark iU LIThe ijoly City A triumph of dramatic art A play full of heart interest A charming and beautiful love story The best play you ever saw No other religious play has ever had such growing aud lasting success has ever made so many friends has over so generally delighted all who have seen it has ever had such a powerful influence on stage taste and has had si many who have tried to imitate it its this one has The best playof the ago A splendid company lof artists A great scenic production Do not fait I to see it Do not forget the date Jan 27th i At Waltons Opera House Monday Tan 27 I tmir ii HORSE BLANKETS Storm Aprons Carriage Heaters n1Yf BlizzardllFronts Try Our Adjustible Blizzards W H HIGGINSJ tIf you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANORD The Interior Journal I I C WALTON JJHN J MOSERu eountlubiectc part1tM BRUCE Ii R candidate for jnller ot Uncoln count inblect to tho notion of the Democrat par1nJAMES C HAYS It candidate for Jailer of Lincoln countyfabject to the action of the r D C ALLEN It n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln cOlintty subject to tho action of the partyDemocratic Ticket ForSUnlted States Senatorf TC WDECKIIAM a A GRAVE SITUAION in The Senatorial fight now on in the Legislature presents somo very alarm ing phases The conspiracy betweena the Courier Journal and the Influencest behind it to defeat the nominee of the State primary for U S Senator is aim ed at one of the cardinal principles of democracy namely that the will the majority shall prevail This is notb only a fundamental doctrine of democracy but it is the great underlying to principle upon which the republic is founded If there is no moral tion resting on those who have partlclE pated in a primary to support the noma I nee then there is no moral obligation in resting upon any voter to abide by the result of the final election and if his party is defeated he is warranted in instituting a reign of anarchy in defiance of law Gov Beckham is the nominee ofjhislparty and as such is entitled tot the support of every democrat in tho General Assembly and if the influences opposing his election can encompass his defeat by the defection of those elected as democrats there is no longer obligation resting upon Kentucky demh ocrats to abide by the result of a convention primary or caucus We are to have a State convention this year to make the party organization for thot next four years and to send delegates to the National democratic Convention If the tactics now being used in the Senatorial race are to be recognized as proper the delegates sent to the Nat tional convention by our State conven tion instructed for Mr Bryan as will be may bolt their instructions andI at the dictation of the trusts vote lorI tie one else and immediately become patriotsIItis a grave situation that confronts the party in the State and it concerns the Individual voter Back of the 73I democrats the General Assembly are 210000 democratic voters in the State who are interested in the future of the j p rty and very deeply interested in I the election of a democratic presi dent this Fall Whether they were for isLno longer thequestlon he now holds the commission of his party and it is not his personal triumph that is sought j by those who are standing by him in the fight but the larger interest of the great party of the people and the democracy of the State should make its withes known to those who represent them at Frankfort The suggestion that Gov Beckham withdraw from the race in the interest ofsome other democrat is ridiculous It would be an indorsement of the propo sition that the minority should rule the majority and an admission that bolting is democracy Aside from his right to that which he has fairly won as a dem ocrat and an Honprable man he can not afford for the partys sake to take aI step that would be an open Indorsement of treachery as a method of political warfare Ho would not be worthy of the great honor he seeks were he to set- a precedent so dangerous to the welfare of the party Next year we elect coun ty officers circuit judges and Commonwealth attorneys Were Gov Beck ham to set such a precedent now a nomination for any of these positions in any county would be of no value to the winner unless he happened to enjoy the personal admiration of every democrat who had participated in the primary or convention a small minority of those who had participated in his nomination heralded as patriots by some news paper whoso editor was envious could force him to withdraw under threat of electing a republican and justify their action by the precedent set in the Sena torial fight The democratic members who are supporting Gov Beckham real ize the great danger to the patty that would arise from such an action and do not want him to withdraw They are- obeying the expressed will of the ma jority of tho democrats of the whole State and they will be true to the trust reposed in them If legislation is i to be blocked it is certainly not their fault Mr Bryan came to Kentucky on his own motion unasked and unsolicited in the hope that his advice might prevent a great calamity befalling his party lie admires Gov Beckham be- causet they both stand for the same t principles and he sO stated in his speech but it was his love for his party more J ti than his love for Beckham that lead him to cpme and make the earnest appeal the which he did to democrats to stand not in close touch with the sit have expressed their surprise at the untenable position taken by certain newspapers and individuals calling be themselves democrats They Have been loath to believe that the opposition was animated by patriotism somehow it has not presented any of the familiar ear of patriotism it has smacked more of a bottled in bond or rectified patriotism than it has of the old- fashioned kind that burned in the breasts of the Revolutionary fathers The literal naked truth about the matter and every one in close touch with situation knows it is that TilE LI8i QUOR INTERESTS OF TilE STATE AND COUNTRY ARE TilE REAL TOWER DE1I1ND TilE OPPOSITION TO GOV IteCKUAM They not only want to punish him for the County Unit Bill having tax placed on rectifiers and giving to Louisville a decent and orderly Sabbath but they want to maintain a deadlock the Legislature in the hope of preventing any of the bills to extend the County Unit Law or to provide for an amendment to the constitution permit a vote on State prohibition Ititmay not be out of place to add that Tobacco Trust and other trust Interests are immensely pleased with the dead lock lithe deadlock continues the intended to protect the tobacco growers from the greed of the Amer- Ican Tobacco Co are much less liable pass The liquor interests are not only interested in trying lo defeat Govrl and prevent further temper legislation but they are playing- a much larger game There is evident their fight a determination to go further and attempt to dominate the democratic State convention this year hndtl capture the Statd organization for next four years and make themselves one all powerful influence in the partySlWe have not forgotten a railroad company once attempted for years ito dominate the party write its platforms and name its candidates We not forgotten the long fight made by one of Kentuckys noblest sons to break its hold upon the party Wo remember with pride his final success in convention of 1899 and we recall how this powerful corporation immediately a made common cause with the of republican party We remember how this influence relentless as death colt tinued its warfare till the tragedy of January 30th 1900 shocked the nation and aroused the democracy of Kentucky a realization of the danger of corporate control of its organization We are not an alarmist but there are too many flying straws for us to be mistaken as to the direction of the wind A great wave of temperance legislation sweeping the country and powerful liquor interest with great newspapers to do bidding are making the most desperate fight of their existence If they can defeat Gov Beckham they will hold up as an example as to what haps pens to public servants who dare to stand for the right and encouraged byI his defeat with the CourierJournal hypocritically proclaiming to the world that it was the uprising of the people against the Machine they would con tinue their campaign for control of the State convention and the party organization Let no one be mistaken about the gravity of the situation and no one need be if he will but look about him Frankfort hired lobyists on every hand subsidized newspapers to make patri ots of those who are leading the fight The people have seemed slow to awaken- to the real character of the conflict but they are becoming aroused the country press with only a very few excep tions always true to the people has begun to sound the alarm and the democracy of the State once aroused to the danger that confronts it will not stand idly by and see a repetition of the conditions thatprevailed in 1899 INTERIOR JOURNAL interested flint of all in the future of the party of the State and secondly in the preservation of the party honor when a nomination has been made utters this note of warning and word of appeal SENATOR MCCREARY Your one great claim to political recognition and preferment and your only possible ex cuse for yourlmany sided views upon the silver question has been that as a party man you have always submitted your claims and conformed your opinions to the I superior wisdom of the par ty as expressed in its platform declarations and in its selection of candidates Senator if thisbe true and we have always so believed then call upon Mc Nutt Charlton and Lillard to ceaso their unwarranted use of your name in the ballot forjSenator If such use of your namelby them is with your sufferance then that sufferance gives the lie to yourjwhole political life If such uso of your nume is without your sufferance then as the honorable man we have believed you to be you owe it to yourself and to your party to rebuke these men who place you in such an un enviable and even despised attitude Stand out like a man and show your proper colors Mrs Mary Frances Reiley who re fused the hand of Abraham Lincoln in 1839 is dead fit Sioux City Iowa eti1a TimE INTERIOR JOURNAL is proud of way Senator R L Hubble and Representative W H Shanks are sticking to Nominee Beckham in his race for U S Senator If other sections were represented by such gentlemen and democrats as this there would and nt no doubt about nominees making their calling elections sure CHURCH MATTERS The Calvary Baptist church Lexington which has recently been rebuilt was dedicated Sunday Dr H A Ira porter of Louisville preached the ded sermon The cornerstone of a 15000 Christ- Ian church was laid at London last week Charles B Faris now in his year and one of thobrfginal members of the congregation at its organization r 43 years ago attended tho ceremonies Rev R L Ewell former pastor delivered an address Captain Goyen preached a most ex cellent sermon at Logans Creek church last Sunday to a very large audience His sermon was couched in beautiful language showc1 great depth of thought and was an outburst of eloquence from beginning to end We to hear him again in the near fu Other churches would do well to get the great orator to preach for themI JMMATRIMONIAL Capt Walter W Carter the clover the freight conductor and Miss Woodie irs Rains both of this county were mar in Lexington Saturday The bride a very handsome young woman They will make their home at Lebanon Junction Simple Remedy for La grippe La grippe coughs are dangerous as frequently develop into pneu monia Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but heals and ly strengthens the lungs so that no and results need be feared The genuine Foleys honey and Tar con OKy tains no harmful drugs and is In a yellow package Uofaso substitutes GL Penny Telephonic communication has been stablished between n number of Alls fencesIItstationeight miles distant by means instruments connected on the wire fences Why Suffer from Rheumatism 1 1 Do you know that rheumatic pains can be relieved If you doubt this just try one application of Chamberlains Pain Balm It will make rus and sleep possible and that certainly means a groatdeal to any one If ed with rheumatKm For sale by 111j to druggists Night riders raided northern porI tion of Christian county Saturday night They cut the telephone wires and the extent of their depredations cannot be learned A farmer who was accused of selling pledged tobacco to the trust was whipped after his house had bee riddled with bullets privateImovement to erect a memorial shaft to James R Randall author of Mary land My Maryland FARM FOR SALE tIoi acres near Klnmvlllo Ky urn mile railroad ktutlun Aiiout it cleir ed iNilnnci goal tulmrco lund wbMicleiirtd gaud farm housu nud ntuek barn frame null lor tobacco burn nil ready to put up ll nlK wter young orchard lino growth of ynuny UmtxT Mut Iw told J Xtngtvlllvkjr A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Jfflce over McRoberts Drug Store in IItbe Owsley Buildi- ngCommissioners SaleLincoln Ulrcult Court 11 rat National Hunk of Htnnford Ky PUT Vs Jun K Kurrla ttliil IHfendunti Notice of Bule Pursuant to u Judgment of tuo Lincoln UrcultUourt rendered In tho mare styled tenon on October t 1N1 tho umlenlKtied Muster Uoiiimliilonur will on MONDAY KKimUAItYIOtlilUH Mitwuuu land front of the court Ilequ dour in Httiaford Ky roll lit public mtury to tho highest und curt blddur tbe- fllIl entutu liuruliiufter duserlUd Tlw hum to IJe reallzud from this Rale U 1sIUrJ with Intorent tburconnt the rote of emit pur annum from Hvptembur Y bill until puldltogether costs of this In the above wild Flrt- NutluuulllnnkorHtmtforaKy by which 1on Dcemllr 10Isat the IlIltI Will runsfttrrcd to N M Jluchiumn ill whose nstiinuu thU mile II to Iw Hindu The said real entitle In Lincoln County vy In the town of Mllltdguvllle and In iludes the stuiim shill It Is bounded us olluws Iwglnnlng In the collier of the street orroud thunc HIM K III vies links to a gate punt thtliro N 74 K 13 poles IInkll to tlllI gnrdcn rllnClI thullce h oles2Hlllks to u Htuke thtlice H 8S K poles cronxInK tln branch thence a V la olo IS link tol1 IItI h i line UItIIICU line Han K ll pOles1T links to Myers line Illnet his lint poles to earner thefencethenceNisH siK ley ton atom1 thence 2 K polls links to u Htono thence N W 15 i olf 15 links to center of road thonci H if U SJ poll a links to the Iwglnutng coiuiilnlng acre t roods 27 poles of lund The Hitlu will imidit on credits of slxiind twelvo months one hull of the purchiue prlcf with thunccrued Interest tberton to lit duo mid at the oxplnttlon of eiich of taw sold ixrloiU of Xlme for tho ltl purclneprlccli to give bond withspprotrleeurltyh ay- Iblu to tho UOllllllluloner and beiirlng III tent nt the role or six per cent iinnuin from date of rite until pitd Hocurrd by tenon the land wild Tile said bond will ante the force and effect of u Judgment GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C l McKINNEY MARILEftGRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors IHolor In nnd mitnufncturirs of Grnnlto Mnrblo MomimeiitH Klntla Work llea onnbl Prlcen Olllce nnd Wt ik McKlnney Ky Shop closed on Haturiiay INSURANCE Fire Lightning Wlnd Mtorrn Life and tooldent None the HTKUNGKHT nod SttlT Kcpreicntcd Lowril lo ilble Hate Guaranteed lass Paying lUo Unequalled Talk with vlAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Thorns No 50 Years An Agency50T- he oldest iu Central Kentucky Get my Rates be lore Insuring Nothing but firtcln Companies Repre sented Jesse D Wearen IThe Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY GIVEME YOUR ORDER I CAN iPLE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there tso difference In the price of ready made suds und n suit inndoto your measure taken by nn experienced tailor 1 have n handsome line of Fall and Vlnter goods MO make from n low twice buMnrss stilt to flneitdress suit Aha Overcoats Trous and fancy Vests The company I represent U second to none HO RU FLY The Tailor ritanford Ky No course tor examination omeientlfiral tenting eyes uptodate methods Pro scription glaiioii ground to order set In style frame or mounting work material Kuarnntved satisfactory charges moderate located In nt ml Telephone Hulldlne liuitonvllle L t PoWKLU- Irnduatod Optometryst HE Al ID WINTER TERM Vhlhlsthetub term open Jnn11 titeaehcrevcraethercrltII to eau tounty hupvrlntomli nt now ntxml nu appointment to frit tuition you liuve not already so and write the Irnldont of the K S a for o cntnlott tolling him what studlis you sire Address iu N ItuAUK Hlchmond Ky Indigestion ticsna Indl Uonl real dlwatM yet ped5oeeoaKemedy Dr Shoop ItritoraUre Going direct lo the stomach nerves acme brought that tucoeti and favor to Dr Blioop and his Rnttoratlro With out that oriztnal and highly vital prfnd no such lasting accompllibment were ever to be tad For itomach distress bloating blllouinon bad breath and tallow complexion try Dr hoops Keitontlre Tablet or and tee tot your Mil what It can and wlU do Ve tell and cneei fully recommend Dr Shoops RestorativePENNYS Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO WnYlIlalJUrgJllkllneor cr outbuildings nice proper ty II near churcl1l1D11 school houte Is with worth the price I1WU No 1W acres miles Houth of Grab chard on the road line a twosto house good limo orchard and Is wnll ed about 100 nerds of tills laud Is bottom land and produces line cropet INlrllnln lit IAH y cash In one and two years No 3IIH acre on luck Orellk near WilY neburg1room housu bunt other out bulMlnm plenty of water Cash price IV WNoWiacrca near Level keen Rock castle county Ky This farm has n now story frame would cost to build now lij J goal local crib Ac locattd near church und school This Is a nice home anti can be bought for f per nero yt cash re mainder In 12 months No ntlolnln the nl ovo farms 100 acres In cultivation Dwelling o14 rooms good barn and other outbuildings nice or churl Uneof the best springs In coon ty Trice sa uOhulf cash balance und 2 years No5Ifil acres adjoining fauns No 4 and IW acres In cultivation biilnnco In tim- IlIr OOIK white oak hickory and ammo hue cedar IIas2story log huso and good orcb arch well watered Dash price luoo No1IIJJ acres near Maretsburx Ky acres In cultivation good dwelling house burn and nccesHiiry outbuildings line water and school church nnd H U station Price pljaxij 4 cash balance In one and two years Not JI4 ncrott near Oonway Ky nearly all of tills farm Is bottom In ml line for corn and meadow very good dwelling house jnew burn and other buildings on county rood a tulles from llereu Lollego Oash price fV UhiNo9dlncree on Drakes ttrenk 8 miles front Urllb This fllrm IIIInlni the pike stud Is n piirt of the led Kvans farm This Is linn land and In Rood condition all necessary buildings This Is a bargain lit jfio per acre g No 10TM acres near Htnnford Ky In nlclllhllllO with all necosmirylmlldlngietc can lie bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all the above farms neo or L It Hughes or James I White Htnnford Ky r Wears For ToDay r Avg Every day we are told must take care for itself so these are the things you should buy and wear todayojWarl11jUnderwear at AnyI Price from 25C to 150 It the Garment t Overcoats from 150 to 5 in Children to 20 in Mens f L Mens High Top Shoes Just a Little Better We Think Than Anybodys Little better Soles and a little nearer Water proof at 350 to 5 Rubber Boots Rubber Shoes all Rubber Buckle Arctics Felt BootsLadies Childrens Sandals Warm inedlwoolenand skin gloves These1e you need today We have them Let us show you H J McROBRRTS 1STANFORD KENTUCKY NO BETTER COUGH REMEDY is made than our Compound Syrup of White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE I Stanford Kentucky DO IT NOW Get Aldridge to put you on a tin roof that will keep you dry and catch good clean war ter in a galvanized gutter Pipe it to the tern put on a cast iron cistern top that cistlast a life time and a galvanized pump to purify and pump the water- S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky vtiScene in Holy City At Waltons Opera House nexl Monday Night Jan 27 i I foist s t ATTENTION YE LADIESr We have justreceived our January line of HandWoven Torschon Laces Insertions and Bead ings We have these in fine thread and cluney patterns from 5c to 50c yard Nothing wears to equal handmade Linen Torschon and it is very effective in ladies lingerie We are compelled to place orders with the importer six months ahead oftime to get the special values we offer Come see oar especial offerings at 5c and 10c in these pure linen goods Dont forget our special offerings in cottons at 69c 97c and 108 for 10 yards SEVERANCE SON STANFORD STANFORD Ky JA 2t 100 r TnY some of our Imported Pure Ollv 36c and Wk n bottle Drug- Store t PERSONALS Mns MOLLIB WRAP continues vcr III MR Join W BROWN of Mt Vcr non was hero Friday Miss AnciitE COFFEY of McKinney is visiting Miss Allah Mao Traylor MRS L U HILTON spent sovcra days with her parents in DroUhcad MISSES ETHEL ANn M AYME WALTER of Lancaster arc with relatives here MR FRED GAnNETT is back from Cave City where ho has been with his mother who is III Mn OW8LEyjEWJAND is over from tIIJ or his fMlinl Georgetown at i1le R Mr 01 Newland TUB Warren Grljriliy Chapter U D C will meet with Mm T J Fosto this Tuesday afternoon UEV L C KELLY and wife or Louisville were with her patents Mr and Mra T D Ncwland MRS CARRIE SIIBLTON anti Mr Thomas Shelton who have bocn with friends here will return to COrbin to 4Mn J A FLANIOAN and stator Mesa Nora Planlgan of Lebanon June thin have been visiting J A Ohapjmll HORN to the wife of Mr Frei Otethtar of Iadaeah n Mn Thi mother vms Mtoa Lina Kennedy form only of this East End Jossiii PAYNB who is traveling for the Chattanooga Suspender Co wa hero working our merchants Friday He It headquartered at Harfiman Tenn MRS OLLIB MOBBR of Moreland vhituU her Aunt Mrs Mary E Thomas Rrnnvlllo and Chas Lutoa made a trip to Clinton county looking for cattle Liberty News ON account of her mother honlth s Miss Ella May Saunders has been lore ml to Rive up her position as trnvclini t salesman and sho will open a milliner establishment Stanford in the Spring MR 0 P NEWLAND of the Ka t End Is at Mrs Browns Retreat for the Slek threatened with appendicitis Messrs F M Ware of McKinney am 0 IL H Datson of ancaitcr are ales there for treatment nON JOHN S OWSLEY SR n member of the Legislature In tho TOY lt was hero yesterday to gee how they d It now to his son Thomas M o Rev Sanford M Logan came down from Wilmore to hear the match Ions Bryan and said ho was well for his long ride Frankfort Journal LOCALS SEE tho Joction fence at Singletons LOST an undressed kid love for left hand J C McClary PLACE your order for Amorcan fence at once At Get H Farris CLOTHES cleaned dyed and rcpaire at Cook Farmers barber shop TiiEitU was no ballot taken in the Senatorial race at Frankfort yesterday the republicans breaking the quorum LOST in Walton Opera House Fri t day night n black scarf Return to this office WE will try to do a cash business this t year Please cull and settle your last years account Bcazloy Bros WE now have a complete stock of sewer pipe and flue tiling and are ready to urnishany sizes at the usual prices George D Hopper MRr T S STARLING tho man has rented tho warehouse back of Garland Singletons store and Is receiving tobacco there 1 rTUB money hunt to have been given us the attraction at the rink Thursday night was for good reasons postponed until Friday night next 31st Better take part In it NOTICE Having removed on Lancaster street opposite the courthouse 1 solicit your trade in all kinds of repairing of watches clocks and jewelry Robt Fenzel Miss MARIE MAIIONY for her father to Col W Huff Dudderar G780 1 laticy was in the IW York STOCK and Poultry food at Singli tons and MY Spring and Summer harness has arrived Call In anti see It J C Mc Clary REV Eo HUBIIAUD Is circulating R petition asking the pardon of Caleb Powers Mn J E FARMS has sold his hand some home in Danville to Mitchell Taylor for 11000 The I WILL continue to make photos at GOc per dozen for 30 days longer Frank Cordier Rowland TilE Ladies Missionary Society wil meet with Mrs James F Cummins at 230 Friday afternoon 248 SILVKRLACB Wyand otto Roosters ol pure strain for tale Mrs A J Rico F D Moreland Ky Tim Lancaster Record says that Jake Josephs parrot has measles Brer Lan dram has evidently been imposed upon ALL accounts due and not paid by Feb let will be placed in the hands of an officer for collection Cummins d McClury I HAVE new patterns and new llosgee and the ladles are invited to call at Sew erance Sons and see them MiM Maggie Bright Stanford Dn JoflBrit BECK has opened a dental office in the Weathorford Hotel at Hustonville and is ready to wait on those who wish wqrk done in his line ONE dollar will theDafly Ken tucky State Journal Frankfort until of the close of tho Legislature Hand us the money and wowill ordor It for you In WE desire to thank our neighbors and friends for their kindnoH to ua in our dark hour of trouble May tho good Lord Woes them for their goodness It John Nancy and family DOGs Low One female with two spots on back and clouded care the other a male blue speckled with short G tall Reward if found J T Hacklay Jr R F DNo 2 Stanford Ky ly ON Jan 14 my dogs wore running a fox in the Sugar Grove neighborhood Top a white and black spotted dog was if found dead in Wm Pleasant field A liberal reward for anybody who will tell who killed him Richard Chandlers Kirksvllle Ky THERE was Iota of shooting in townI Saturday night We hope Chief of Police Carter will put a stop to such deviltry if ho has to deputize in Stanford to do it The guiltyt Iman are suspected nnd wo to tell in our next issue of their arrestI MR G W EDWARDS of tho East End writes that he knows where there Ilia rich silver mine and wants to find a man with money to help him develop it If you have money to burn and want to make more write to Mr Ed wards whose address is Stanford R F D No L Tim gentlemen composing the Lecture Club brought four splendid comI panics of entertainers to Stanford it cost them about 20 each to do so It is unfortunate that our people care so little for good shows The last num ber Tho Floyd was a very meritorious one Mr Floyd is a great magician and his wife is a mind reader of won derful ability They had a reasonably good house but not as large an audience as they deserved Those who attended the four shows in tho lecture course were well repaid and anj thankful the club for giving them such highclass attractions 0TilE Christian church was crowded Sunday morning at the temperance rally All of the preachers In town were present and took part but Rev L C Kelly of the Kentucky Issue Louis ville was the speaker for the occasion Ho strongly advocated additional tern perance legislation and told of the great work done since the County Unit bill was passed Elections have been held in 39 counties and 37 have gone dry HQ predicted that in five years the liquor traffic will have been routed from Kentucky Rev Kelly thinks tho pro hibition party will never win and that little good will bo accomplished by it The AntiSaloon League Is his hopo nnd judging by what it has already done wo may expect further good work from The song service during which Prof Ireland sang asolo was n pleasing feature of the morning JUST received a carload of White mixed seed oats J S Murphy McKinneyI C Cummins McClary are selling their entire stock of clothing nndof shoes at cost U FIVE TIIOUSAND rods American Field his Wire Fence in stock W fc Perkins tho Crab Orchard Ky TilE prospects forgood crowd at and Holy City at Waltons Opera Hous were very flattering when we went to press FOR RUNT OR SAeTwolarge storerooms in the best business block in the town of Stanford Ky J S Owsley SrS Ashland Ave Lexington KyUI FOR HUNT Storeroom 20x40 feet central location and in good repair Possession can bo given within 30 days Splendid location for any kind of mercantile business A E Albright Brod head Ky ca DURING the storm Sunday lightning struck the largo barn of David Higgins near Middlcburg and the building andIt contentsa lot of hay corn wagon etewero destroyed Tho loss is about 500 without insurance LOST between Crab Orchard and Stanford Wednesday a tanned leather handbag containing pocket look with money In it Reward if left at Sever ance Sons store at Stanford or returned to me at Crab Orchard Miss Mollle Brooks WE wish to sell privately our stock goods at Turncrsville or will sell the goods storo and 81 acres of land If purchaser prefers The location is tho best tho county being in a good section and at the forks of the McKinney and Hustonvillo pikes For further infor mation see J F Cash Stanford or J Harris at Turncrsvillo SOME scoundrel who ought to be loing time at Frankfort drilled two hole in tho granite marker Mrs W er Welch had placed near Welchs Well the other night and was evident attempting to use dynamite but was probably prevented by some one passing This is a very mean trick and the guilty party will be made to suffer he is caugh- tYouxcMrs James S Young who was a sister of the late Gran Mershon of this place died at her home at High land Friday of a complication of- troubles and was buried Saturday She was G3 years old and a most excellent woman Sho was a devout member of Christian church Besides the hus three children Mrs Thomas M Butt and Mrs Green Acton both of the Highland section and Mr D L Young of Pittsburg survive Much sympathy is felt for them especially for the husband who has lost mother and wife in past 10 days VETERAN KNIGHT OF THE Gasp Among the visitors in the city during tho present week was W L Evans representing Otter Co wholesale grocers of Louisville Since the death of Nath Woodcock Lud has enjoyed Itthe distinction of being the oldest knight of the grip In point of contin uous service in the State Ho hit the road in 1881 27 years ago What wonderful changes have occurred dur ing these years Presidents have come and gone and have been almost for gotten Very little was known of the wonderful resources of Southeastern Kentucky What is now known I as among the richest assets of the State owas embraced in a lot of pauper counties drawing A great deal more from the State treasury than they paid in The terminus cjf the railroad was Livingston and it looked then as if It would remain so for a century Pine villa was a village of a hundred in habitants The Pinnacle was not exactly a hole In the ground but there were mountains In tho United States by the side of which it would have looked like 30 cents Men who nt that time were beardless youths have grown gray in the grocery busi ness Captain Hoyland was a passen ger conductor on the Short Line be tween Louisville and Cincinnati S B Gray was a clerk and bookkeeper in a largo distillery in Harrison county W J Callison was dispensing drugs in Co iijmbin and so on Lud is not an toold man yet being on the sunny side of SO and says he feels just as young as when he first became a drummer Middlcsboro News 0 J SOME weeks ago the American Insur ance Co a small concern at Boston Mass went into the hands of a receiver A rumor was current to the effect it was the American Insurance Co Newark N J represented here by B Mahony Mr M being absent daughter Miss Marie Investigated matter and received a telegram from headquarters stating that the company was never on a firmer basi that the report was malicious and absurd It Does The Business- Mr E K Chamberlain of Clinton Maine says of Buckleus Arnica It doesthe business I hav It for piles and it cured them It for chapped hands and It cured them Applied it to an old sort and it healed it without leaving a scar behind 25c at Iennys Uruj Store The National bank of North Amcri New York is in the hands of are celver The deposits had dwindled from over 19000000 to about 2500000 wa no money to lend andj IRailroad employes of North Carol have been cut since the two and onehalfcent rate went Into effect will petition the Legislature to repeal the la- wLumber For Sale AH kind of Iiuitlwr for unit Itllli nllfi on short nutlett Grist mill lixf onupi Ion Mill on lirvvn rlrer Jumlxi rood since Hut of McKlnnvy Terry A Newell ilcKlnney h- YRhode Island Reds I ImveTS HlnBleComli lUiotle Itluntl lied iiillMtH and yenrllin lions for silo lit II enah lint lie d po of to milk room for irnHlliig peusMrs L n UiOK Stanford Ky NOTICE I A esnitIlrnt to me properly rom for payment Iot later lhnuVet27Ittw Charles Butch Ailinr Crab ircliiint Ky 10 REWARD I lor the stint and conviction of liny person rostuinilne m farm day or nlicht or lolnn Injury to dock In traveling tau pub- Iehighwuysor Injury to stock from the nnilii of ople UlnrponUT Small Farm for Sale I U rot on II prlvnl my farm of Ores known he the old Martlm Atrth- idncenear llnh sWell tins flood dwell of llro roans Inrn barn other out loitsen Ilex wilier good young orchard 12 icrfdln lhocloyerbfronn which only ono Trop hits en tortile and pro lurtlvo Rood gracing land For further imri lulars call on or write J II Htevnlwr jen i nib orchard Ky V077CH Lincoln IMreult Court It C Warrens Admr vs RiP Wnr r fenn Heirs Etc Wefts Notice Creditors of tho mtato of H O Warren lecoitscdii re directed to present their claims ironerly proven to the undersigned Master UOllllnl Olllr uU otlloe In Stanford Ky nor before Keli item iMalnu not pro unfelt within that time wllnot bo allowed Money IjutI Fray Night- stanfoti Rink dub Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court J A Edge Plaint Iff Versus Mattlo laughter Defendant Notice of Halu Iusuunt to a Judgment of the MncolnOlr uit Court tho undersigned Master Uommts loner will on- MONDAY KEHKITAHY 10th tile Between and i f rellr front of the court louso door In Stanford Ky sell nt public uitcry to the highest and Iwst bidder th rot estate hereinafter described thu sum to 00 realized front the sale bolng iVi15 with liter cent Interest thereon front October li unit until paid together with the costs of his action Thu said real estate Is In Lincoln County Cuntucky leingLotNoand Roundest Blows lleglnnlng on side of Uteilhelm pike thence N E poles to itone cornier to lot No thence K Hle to it stone thence H 32 WI poles to it itonothenc N fil W 21 to the begin tug iMlng the same lot conveyed to lLut tit Hlnughler by deed of Moulds Hutclier luted 13 lift and recorded In the illlcti of the clerk of the Lincoln County ourt The solo will bo made on n credit of MX nonthsMiiul the Ill required lu give loml for the purchase price wit personal security to the Commissioner enrlng Interest nt the six colt per annum from the nteofeulountllpaidGEO M C U C C South East Corner Main and Depot Streets IJSILKSA row ucw nnd beantiful Silk Waist Pattorns for Spring at 81pcr yard The latest things in Green Brown Stripes null Plaids We are now prepared to soil you bleach cottons at a groat v reduction Cambrics at 121c Hope Cotton at lOc Long Cloth at lOc 15c lie and 20c Nainsooks at IPc 20c and 25c Linen Lawns White Linens Persian Lawns Linen Sheeting and Indian Head are till in Swisses Hambiirgs nut Laces to suit every one Prices right here TRIBBLE HUGHES IDryGoods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY t 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 tp Clean Out at 8 9 Suits at 550 8 Suits at 4 Also Special Prices in Shoes nnd Heavy Underwear Produce taken in exchange at highest market prices Please call and examine my stockiMATT ENGLEMAN Mt Salem The Dead Lock Is Bro el If they can not Elect a Senator at Frankfort I can Cut the Prices in Hustonville- In Merchandise- My Clearance Salo will begin Feb It This means a great sacrifice and slaughter of values Calicoes 5c Spool Cotton 5c Clothing K3 per cent oft Ladies Cloaks halt olF We can not carry these over if prices will unload ShoesLadies and Childrens from SOc to 8150 the kind we sell from 2 to 8350 We cant enumerate here on paper but can at the store Come early to get choice No goods sold to merchants to retail trade only I6rPositicl no goods charged at these prices CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter Heating Stoves at COST Wlile They Last 4 Qep D Hoppers Stanford Ky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO MONEYaIS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPH ONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY tNCOBPO T The Interior Journal Entered in the Port Ofice at Stanford cu Utondclais materP- DELIaUmD TOBBDATa AND VRIB4TI AT 100 PER YEAR CASH tor When not 10 paid 1200 will be charged L at N TIME TABLE No SI South 1111 PM No a South KM p x No North 4SH Not North Sls p M JOS S RICE Agont Jesse W Sweeney rnorBiKTOR Livery Feed and Sale Stable Lanoaster Ky B D CARTER Now Liver Depot StreetPhone 96 8T NFOeDKENTUCK Joseph 3244 Vol Is pure bred nnd tins been accepted for reg In the Ilrst volume of The American Tamworth Swine Ilecord Association nook under therulesof the nssoclntton and will beNoXtllasnbove Hire Edward No BW dIm Alexandra No Sire of Sire3inple O olla Bruce No 2900 dnm of BlreCanndfan Nellie 291- Hire of dnm Kentucky Boy No KM dam or dam Ooldon Un1 hill Jt ts well known that the Tamworth Heine Is the highest price wine on tho market Ills sire Edward weight 1MS at years old ololdor JX Idg dun Alexandra weight sold tor ffO HIli velRht353nt month lIe crosses well with every I will tnnd him otll cash JOHN COOK- Btunfonl Ky Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employno agents Cat alogue on application H F HlLLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky J L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattuigsRuga They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Givey Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY I Je C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office 1lionofiCT Home Phone 35 POSTED jWe whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or kind of tres patting on our place und will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the law Alex 3irs3lnry1epple 3lrsWaIWrSnrrenMrMottleWhitet- SlmQsonliros Hpoonnmore lien I Murtlii- M K Lawrence UeubenUurtls J Hi Hooker J M Pettus T A mea Morgan Onappell- AnmncU Hollander Green Korrlll J I HoIUclaw O W Hasty Mrs J K Iulllutn U L Pulllam Peter Baliner Mrs Katherine Ador 4esserPaxton Ashley A Ollnnnoii Jnin NOuBli J Nevin Carter U M hack Joseph Bnllou M hytle Mrs Jus Ilalnen J B ORmelllalh Dr J O Mrs Italwoua It Carpenter W P Martha AIM J JL Thompson ThoniUHWrrlll Jns II Hkldmorit imvld Ilurton J It launch MU Rlelaatnl oar Joseph Krnst MUD Mettle llewes Hele umhucb Bros Fred VonUruengBii U E tome Albert VonClruengnn T Troylor JjllmlllNJoredOw liy Dunn Will Jester KunnellvyJW O Floyd J tJnrvIH JNV BnUKhinan J K Bruce JOillrIlU WI Hooch H Itlgney JB UnderwoodASon lIra 1II0ry OUells John MOurtor Martin corn John WntCordlor PanTrrylor 311 Klmore Mrs NHb ode R Tate t Pavld Stevens John Juror It U Uurliam WO Routj llotllbOllck Fred Handorf Adeline Untlg Christian Jacob J H Thompson t41 FARMERS DEPARTMENT J H Thompson sold to James A Dudderar a milk cow for 50 WANTEDCattlo to feed 350 shock of fine fodder Calvin C Carpenter Hustonville 2t The Ashland Va Herald says that- a pair of fine mules were withdrawn at a sale there at 675IScott Hudson is buying up a lot of thoroughbred horses for shipment to England to be used in fox hunting FOR SALEli5 good ewes bred to good bucks will lamb about February 20 J J Thompson Stanford R F U No4 A red yearling steer came to my farm about Oct 1 Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep L C Dunn Mt Salem On nine acres of land near Ewing this State Judge W F Howe raised 18270 pounds of tobacco and sold it to the American Tobacco Co for 12 3I60 A Marion 0 dispatch says A black Minorca hen is turning white from grief since the tragic death of her owner Benjamin BIckle a victim of the cars FOR SALE Three pair good 16 handwork mules ready for work two pair young mules and two extra combined horses B D Holtzclaw R F D No Stanford Ky Phone 634 FOR SALE45 highgrade 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 S Son Lebanon Ky FOR SALEThoroughbred Duroc Jer sey boars Spring farrow Plymouth Rock cockerels Harris and Sid Conger strain 1 each R H Crow Shelby City R F D No2 box 28 Also six or eight nice Bronze gobblers The American Tobacco Company bought the 9000pound crop of white burley tobacco of William Asher of White Hall Fayette county paying from 236 to 21 cents per pound This is the record sale for the white burley tobacco in Kentucky W M Smith a welltodo farmer liv ing near Church Fayetto county is mystified over a series of calamities happening to his domestic animals seemingly every Sabbath day About two weeks ago on Sunday morning Mr Smith walked out into his barnyard and discovered his best horse lying dead The next Sunday morning he found a fine cow had expired and on last Sun day a prize bantam rooster had gone the way of the horse and the cow None of the animals seem to have been poisoned and besides Mr Smith has no enemies so faros he is aware and the events have caused no little sen sation in the neighborhood Chamberlains Cough Remedy a Safe Medicine for Children- In buying a cough medicine for children never be afraid to buy Chamberlains Cough Remedy There is no danger from it and relief Is always sure to follow It Is Intend ed especially for coughs colds croup and whooping cough and there is no better medicine In the world for these diseases It is not only a certain cure for croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears wilt prevent 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 aq adult For sale by all drug lists The CourierJournal announced that the presence of Mr Bryan here yesterday was the last card the friends of Mr Beckham have to play Wrong as usual The last and best card Mr Beckham will play will be an appeal to the hearts and consciences of every Democrat in Kentucky to sustain him in his fight for Democratic principles And this fight he will not loose Mark our word for itFrankfort Journal A Cure for Misery- I have found a cure for the misery malaria poison products says R M Tames of Louellen SrC Its called Electric Bitters and comics in CO cent bottles It breaks up a case of chills or a bilious attack in almost no time and it puts yellow jaundice clean out of commission This great tonic medicine and blood purifier gives quick relief In all stomach liver and kidney complaints and the misery of lame back Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store You had the nerve to marry me for my morieyjislr Welit dam you certainly have not the face to suggest that I married you for your beauty Baltimore American How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Jrino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and Is mild and pleasant to take He fuse substitutes G Ij Penny The Vatican contains 1000 rooms and covers 13 acres of ground ci+ NIP AND TUCK Harry Webber Jr supported by an excellent company appeared at the Pavillion Theatre in a four act comedydrama entitled Nip and Tuck detectives The play is ex ceedingly well written and full of inter est excitement and fun It has a deep plot which involves an attempted kill ing of a wealthy young widow the abduction of her child heiress and the despoiling of her estate All this villiany is thwarted by a very clever detective Nicholas Nip Harry Webber who by his schemes disguises and plots thwarts the villlan of the play and in cidentally his partner Tuck who works against him Mr Webber work ed intelligently assuming a number of dialect and characters The supporting cast is efficient and the special scenery carried by the company greatly aided the effect Hmton W Va Courier See this great play at Waltons Opera House Feb 14 Trial Catarrh treatmentsCaro being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wls These tests aro proving to the people without a pen nys costthe great value of this drugICatarrh Remedy Sold by 0 L Pen ny Gov Willson may not be a whisky man but he seems to delight to honor those who arc Recently he appointed as colonel on his staff Joe McCul lock of Owensboro who makes the whisky without a headache Itand in traveling about the country registers from Whisky Without a Headache ville Now he appoints Marion E Taylor the Louisville rectifier to a similar position What is that old adage about Birds of a feather 7 Frankfort Journal The Price of Peace Tim terrible itching and smarting Incident to certain skin diseases Is almost instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Salve Price 23c For sale by all druggists Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no cues word for It tint come nmt nee All Roods sold lit redutlllrltf Men niul Ijxllis1 Underwear end llntilwri 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