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THE INTERIOP JOURNAL I VOL XXXVSTANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 31 ItiOS NO 9511 II The Sew Matontc Quitting r at Crab Orchard The Lower Float h Occupied ly Lyne Bros ftrugghls FLATWOOD Measles and pneumonia are raging In this community- Ont Sunday Jan 19 J C Clause died after a brief Illness of measles and pneumonia Ho was an honest up right Christian and tho community b much saddened at his death Ilb wire r died about 18 months ago since whicl time he has been both father and mother to four small children who arc now left orphans May God help them to follow in the footsteps of their depart t cd Christian parents James Holman Jr has moved fron Lowell to Flatwood Miss Ella Spang ler of Crab Orchard visited Mrs Win Purr Murphy Whitehead of trod head visited hero Saturday and Sun day Miss Willio Cormney who has been attending school at Lancaster Is 1athome sick with mcailcd Mr und Mrs Leroy Robbins aro the proud par cnU of a new son Russell Clouse 10 years old is very sick with measles at the homo of his grandfather Williar Coldlron Rank Foolishness When attacked by cough or u coM or vrhtn your throat is Bore It is raid foolishness to luKoaoy other incdlain than Dr KlnguXew Dlscovury say C 0 Kldrldgc of Empire Oa I have used Now DlRcovory seven year und I know it in the best remedy on earth for coughs and colds croup and all thronbnnd lung troubles M children nrv subject to croup bllt Now Discovery quickly euros ever altalku Known tho world orur us the King of throat and lung remedies Sold undor guarantee at Penny Drug Store fiOo und 81 TriM hot tie free The United States Supreme Court an opinion by Justice Harlan reverse the decision of Judge A M J Cochran in tho case of William Adair The court held that Adair as master me chanic of tho Louisville and Nashvilli Railroad Company had n right to dls charge an employe because he was Il j member of a labor organization just at it was the employes right to quit such employment because of his membership in such organization Such a course tho decision added might bo unwise but regarded as a mere matter of right there could bu no doubt Con gross could not authorize a violation of contracts under the guise of protecting interstate commerce fBad Stomach Trouble Cured Having been sick for tho past two years with a Lad stomach trouble u friend gave mo a dose of Chamber Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets They did mo so much good that bought a bottle of them and have used twelve bottles In all Today I am well of u bad stomach trouble Mrs John Lowe Cooper Maine These tablets are for sale by all drug gists Under a reciprocity agreement be tween tho United States and Franco the duty on champagno and other sparkling wino has beer reduced 20 percent A Higher Health Level I have reached a higher health level since I began using Dr Kings Springer keep my stomach liver and bowels working just right II If these pills disappoint you on trial money will be refunded at Pennys Drug Store 25c HUBBLE Matt Englomon has been delivering mail in Danville this week Uncle Jerry Gardner an aged and re spected colored man died Saturday Taylor Shearer and Miss Kate lush op were married at the homo of bride theI Elder W G Montgomery will flit appointment ut the Christian chute Sunday morning and night James Uratton Sr has taken thi Contract for taking up tie milk for the creamery at Lancaster Few young men would tackle such a job at thi season of the year L P Wea vor shipped a pair of muter South last week with part of a load be longing to Robert Rankin T C Ran kin is hack from the South after awort his mules Robt Hutchison sold mule to Taylor louse for 5155 Win Lawson taught some 200 pound hogs or J C Eubanka at4c 0 W Givens Is having R G Uratton build him a smal house in his yard 0 G Speaks hOB his saw mill on Otters farm doing some sawing B W Givens sold his corn to the Lancaster mill at 2 6l and they do the hauling Victor Lear bought som shouU of II C Walter Leo Rankin and J A Hammonds IN memory of Little Mary Christec Raney Mary is gone but not forgotten Never will her memory fado Sweetest thoughts will ever linger Around the grave whore she Is laid One more soul is safely anchored In the harbor of tho blest One moro home left sad and lonely One moro body laid to rest Wo loved her yes we loved her Out the Savior loved her more So tho angels sweetly called her To that bright and happy shore May we learn in Thy sweet counsel Ere tho race of life is run To say when in our deepest sorrow Thy will 0 God not mine bo done Will Thou send a guardian angel Frqm the great white throno above Down to heal the broken hearted Downto tell them of Thy love May that angel point us upwardu Through a sea of golden light Where well see the one we grieved lot Safely at our Fathers right- DISASTER I When tho Stomach Heart or Kid coy nerves get weak then these organs always fall Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys That Is simply a makeshift Get n proscription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Snoops Hestora thc Tho Restorative is prepared expressly 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 t leo sample test sent on request by Dr Snoop Haclne VU Your health is surely worth this simple test Pennys Drug Store The subject slavery introduced In the Senate Secretary Tart was di ectly charged by Senator Tillman with having a knowledge of slavery in the Philippine Islands Tho debate was made pertinent by the sections of the blli revising the criminal codo of the United States which provide penalties for dealing in slaves The wife of S G Goode of the arksyillo section is dead NEWS NOTES Because she stepped on her foot one Louisville Negress bit oil a linger for anotherWilliam Caldwell aged 21 years son of James E Caldwell president of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company committed suicide at Nash ville ray Browns grocery in Chistiai county was burned by incendiaries A note warning him that unless he ceased condemning night riding his dwelling also would be turned was found in his mall box The citizens of Horse Cave are much disturbed over tho news that the Lou uvula and Nashville railroad is sot veying a new line through Hart am Barren counties which will leave that town two miles from the main lines Edward Flack and Mrs Lula Kirt ley were arrested at Mt Sterling charged with having murdered the womans husband by poisoning Kirt ley died some months ago Flack and Mn Kirtltiv were arrested at the time but later released The Moyaville City Council by a vote of seven to five rejected the ordinance prohibiting the purchase or receipt of tobacco in that city A speech in Its favor was made by former Congress man James N Kehoe und one against it by Judge A M J Cochran By the collapse of the house of An thony Franklin a Negro of Bedfon City Va the building was fired and destroyed and his whole family consisting of himself wife and five children were burned to death The family was sitting up with the corpso of II child when the building fell in and im prisoned them A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoopi Cough Cure And It is so thorough harmless und safe that Dr Shoo tolls mothers everywhere to give It without hesitation oven to very young babiB The wh Ipsomo greon leaves and tendur stems of iv liinghoallnf mountainous shrub furnish tho oura live proportion to Dr Shoops Cough Bare It unlins the cough and heals ihts sort and sensitive bronchial mem branos No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injuire or sup press Simply a resinous plant ev tract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which tho Doctor 1I90II rho Sacred Herb Always demand Dr Shoops Bough Bore Pennys Drugstore STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Those in tending to enter the State Normal School at Richmond Ky should drop- a postal card a few days beforehand to Prof I H Boothe president of tho State Normal Y M C A He will make satisfactory arrangements for board for all who write him The boarding situation is well in hand and all stu dents may come expecting to secure reasonable rates for board and lodging The city of Richmond will tako good care of all who desire to enter the State Normal Disturbed The Congregation The person who disturbed tho con gregation last Sunday by continually coughing Is requested to buy a bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar G L Penny It is reported that a blind jack near Burnsido was coal oiled and burned down by two women on tho warpath last weekSomerset Journal HUSTONVILLE Mrs Frank VnIs visiting tho of Mr James Weatherford near DradrordsvilJeJoe has returned Crom an extended business trip to Hunts ville Term where he has land Inter cstsMany farmers In this vicinity havo taken advantage of the open wcathe r this winter and have almost finished plowing their corn land for Spring sect log A large congregation greeted Rev S B Lander lit the Presbyterian churc Sunday morning trod greatly nppreciat cd a w llr ndered solo by Miss Marks of Dativillo The wasronera that ran over and brok up UK mud tax of Y W Burton aro well known and will be prosecuted be fore tie U S court nt London unless same is replaced at once The repairs on the Christian church will be completer this week and the improvement fills a long felt want Anew carpet will be put down and all things will bo put In readiness for the new pastor Itev Bennett who will ai rive Saturday Jacob Walls has returned from Net Haven III where his mother lives and who returned with him Dr Alcori went to St Louis this week to meet his son Carlisle who Id stationed It Mexico Mo Mrs Jane Cloyrl of Dan ville was the guest of her grandson George L Carpenter The Hustonville quartette has been engaged by the celebrated Big Elks Minstrel Co of 20 firstclass burnt cork artists and will begin their seasons work at Danville This aggregation of real fun provokers will appear at Al corns Opera House Friday evening and a full house will greet them Secure seals at Vowella The Hustonville Construction Co is a firm just organized here for the build ing of reenforced concrete fire proof dwellings paving granolithic walks curbs guttering roofing steps drive ways etc They will begin work in a short time on a cottage here For further particulars see their advertisement- In next weeks issue of this paper Tho weather permitting Col J F Allen and crew will make a start to ward building the long talked of rail road from the Cincinnati Southern to Jcottaville Ky this week Thp recent flurry in financial circles has delayed the beginning but late orders have been received at headquarters to get all things ready for work to begin this week and these orders have been obeyedWilliams S Co the real estate men have been given a short time option on ono of tho best money making Invest ments in Kentucky The books are op en for Inspection as well as the proper ty the now widelyknown Olympian Springs where over CO incurable cases of rheumatism have been entirety cured in tho past year For names ad dress price and terms address Williams Co fox 82 Husionville Ky W G Cowan sold the balance of his tobacco 10000 pounds at Lexington al 1110 James Woods sold his crop to the American Tobacco Co for 1200 Our two local buyers Messri Jouett and Peavyhouse nro buying and receiv ing daily and aro paying prices fully equal to tho Lexington market and are not near so strict on grades This state inont was made to the writer by par tics who have tried both markets This firm will build a large warehouse here before next season and will rehandlc tad prize on a larger scale than before attempted in this county They arc ontemplating a stemmery and manu factory in connection with their next gears work and will employ quite a number of hands The Tacky Party given by Miss Ella Barnett In honor of her cousin Miss Pattio Modres of Louisville was ip to date Among the tackiest were Misses Lou and Helen Rocker Mello Topper Edna Camnitz Anglo Carpenter Eliza Routt Jessie Powell Jose shine Sandidge Roso McCormack Prill Newborn Grace Goode Florence Spra tens Carrie and Battle Lipps Kate Jogle Julia Stagg and Mamie Yancy Jcssrs Smith Powell King Carpenter loo Will Routt Roland Bishop Leslie Cunningham Rule Spragens Hurry Frye Dr p S Williams Grover C Dunn Val Morse Walter Carson Prof McVeXand Clay Kauffman of Lancas entertainment was exceed- Ingly unique in every respect the refreshments consisting of pie which had to be eaten with a knife Miss Prill Newborn won first a for the tackiest costume The consolation prize a box of stick candy was won by Grace Goode Why Suffer from Rheumatism Do you know that rheumatic pains can be relieved If you doubt this ust try one application of Chamber alas Pain Balm It will make rest and sleep possible and that certainly neans a groat deal to any one afflict ed with rheumatism For sale by all Irugglsts RS1JMG I v CutPrice Sale All Winter Goods Must Be Sold Regardless of Cost In order to make room for the large stock of SpringGoods that is to come in soon 820 Mens Stilts cut to 1318 1750 1248 1500II II 1143 1250 048 1000 II 748 750r II 408 v 50 tt I log ft- SloOOMcna Overcoats Cul to SiOO8 s 1250 It 848 1000 II 008 750 C 850t t 4 98 ti00 C 600II II 348 1500 Mena Craviuelte Rain Coats Cut to 1008 1250 II 808 1000II II G48 84 Mens IIigh Cut Shoes cut to 348 8350 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 8208 83 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 248 The above aro only a few of theIJargains we have for you Come in and see wliat we live SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Huts Caps La dies und Gents Furnishings Etc TO HOUSEKEEPERS 11The Standard Oil Cos INCORPORATED Celebrated Lamp Oil FIRE PROOP 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 r t J I HORSE BLANKETS Storm Aprons Carriage Heaters Blizzard Fronts Try Our Adjustible Blizzards W H HIGGINSI LStanford IIf you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best arid Pur est Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts DRUCOIS1 U N IITheInterior Journal I C WALTON 0 j JHN J MOSER It a candldnte for Jnllcr of Lincoln count It subject to the iictlon of the Democrat 0 party t M BRUCE nlIlaparty JAMES C HAYS eOUnIJIlabJect0 party 0 C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the 111I0eraUo party Democratic Ticket ForlUnllcd States Senator JC WBECKHAM TUG Louisville Times says that 95 percent of tho people endorse the course of Charlton McNutt and Mueller in bolting Gov Beckham in the Senatorial race From what we can hear there is some opposition to Gov Beckham in Falls but we do not believe greatTcapers its hirelings are I Frankfort LABOR unions got a very severe jol- tbyo Supreme Court That such un ions have done great good for the working man there is no question but the simple fact remains that belonging to them does not take away the right j of those who employ them or those of other men who want to work In oth er words labor unions can not mono polize the labor of the country to the exclusion of the non unionist Tins is a big country and it takes- a great deal to run it Even to count ua in 1910 will cost 14000000 An additional force of 3300 clerks will be needed some of them to serve from one to three years and 6000 enumerators will be required The game seems hardly worth the candle when we recall how unsatisfactory the census usually is IT is estimated that Congress costs the country 150 for every minute it is r in session Whats the matter with do ing without such a luxury for a while and saving that 150per 1 A WASHINGTON dispatch days that Senator McCreary is for Bryan notwithstanding Mr Bryans courso it the Kentucky Senatorial contest Thats strange nit it BARKEEP KLAIU told a Lexington re pjrter Well elect John R Allen j ist as soon as the members of the Leg islature can go home and see their pea pe TILE bolters are still bolting at Frank frt and the whisky trust and the CourierJournal are tickled to death THAT good paper the Somerset t Times is just starting on the second year of a most creditable existence r TUB governor of Oklahoma has only sent in 22 messages to the Legislature and the end is not yet in sight- POLITICAL McKinley day was observed by the j House at Frankfort Wednesday near ly all members wearing red carnations An accurate poll of 168 democrats in the House gives Bryan 107 Johnson of Minnesota 10 noncommittal 19 J scatters ng12S- ecretary Taft was the guest of honor at the Tippecanoel Clubs annual day banquet in Cleveland not mentioned 1McKinley women who are interested for themselves the right h vote are planning a street parade in order to show their strength J Gov Hoke Smith of Georgia has an nounced that he will nbt be a candidate for the United States Senate but will seek reelection as Governor The Senate Committee on Courts of Justice agreed to recommend a bill raising the salaries of Circuit Judges in the State from 3000 to 4000 per an num The bill as introduced provided for 15000 The New York County Republican Committee unanimously adopted reso lutions indorsing Gov Hughes for the republican nomination for president and itasking for an instructed delegation to l the National Convention Senator Hubble will shortly introduce a bill that he believes will meet with t the approbation of the traveling public It regulates the charges of sleeping car companies and fixes the rates at 25- t cents for each 100 miles of distance 1Hesays he has received every encour agement that his measure will pass bth houses with a whoop A bill introduced at Frankfort by Senator R L Hubble requires all life insurance companies doing business in this State to invest 80 per cent of tho reserve on all outstanding Kentucky policies in Kentucky securities like city and county bonds mortgages on real aon tobacco that is pool ed by some legal organization A PREACHERSVILLE IW F Parks house came very near being destroyed by fire last week Ira Bell saw the blaze andhelped put it out MjssLula Ballard is some better Mrs M 0 Kennedy is about wet David Lunsford is still in a precarious conditionW Grimes had a valuable filly to break its leg which may necessitate Its being killed This was a premium winner at the Brodhead fair M F Lawrence bought of varIous parties 18 yearlings at 31c and sold some walnut logs at 150 to 2 per hundred feet also a load of hay to Waiter Carter at 15 Levi Bell who is some what a mechanic has been busily engaged In making a hemp break to run by horse or steam power While not yet a success it bids fair to be and ere long we hope to see our countyman rCwardc in his labors M F Lawrence has bought one of the best Edison phonographs seen In this vicinity it being the best not 0 crated by electricity Mr L is glad to have his friends call and hear it and we believe they will never listen to sweet er music of this sort Miss Annie Bartels of Griffin Sta tion visited the Misses Smith Mrs Sam Adams and children of Pain Lick are visiting her brother Johi Colson Miss Bcttie Carpenter is vis sting Misses Olga and Lucy Cummins Your correspondent visited the famtl of J S Turpin at Stanford By all means Mr Legislator let the dog tax law stand It protects the sheep raiser better than anything yet devised The law is a safeguard to honest watchdogs intelligent setter and worthy shepherdthe sir guardian of the flocks A dog not worth one dollar tax per year is not worth Its keep Indiana has such a law only more stringent and it has proven en tirely satisfactory CHURCH Rev W G Montgomery will preach at Hubble Sunday morning and night Rev 0 W Donald who has beer pastor of the Christian church at Bur gin for several years has tendered his resignation to the congregation to take effect at once He has accepted a call to the pastorate of the First Chris tian church at Glasgow The subject at the Methodist church Sunday morning will be John 316 God so loved the world that Ho gave His only begotten son that whosoove believeth In Him might not perish but have everlasting life There will bi no preaching nor Epworth League meeting at night on account of the C E at the Christian church On next Sunday evening at the Chris tian church the following program will be rendered Song Congregation The 23rd Psalm in ConcertCongregation Scripture ReadingPresident Prayer Mr Walker SoloProf Ireland Fiveminute AddressMr Yandell QuartetteMrs Carpenter Miss Sine Messrs Raney and Hopper Clippings Five minuto AddressMr Barker SongThe Congregation Prayer Rec itationMiss Bessie Yantis Duet Misses Brady and Raney Fiveminute Address Mr Walker Male quartette Messrs Ireland Raney Hopper and McClary Sentence Prayers Song The Congregation Benediction Ev cry one is cordially invited to attend this service Frank Powell president Bessie Yantis secretary IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The machine shop employes of the L N at Corbin were laid off several lays on account of dull times The trial of B W Dnrham for killing tames Givens colored at a picnic at unction City is in progress at Dan ville The stockholders of the Perryville Fair Association met Saturday after loon and decided to hold another fair this year and select the dates of August 12 13 and 14 Hon J Willard Mitchell a well known lawyer and politician of Niche asville is dead of paralysis Itwill be emembered that Mr Mitchell made a nost creditable race for attorney gen eralln the primary of five years ago when N B Hays was nominated Special n Regarding the National Pure Food and Drug Law We are pleased to announce that foleys Honey and Tar for coughs olds and lung troubles is noj affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recom mend it as a safe remedy for children and adults G L Penny The coldest weather in the United States Wednesday was at Minnesota linn where the mercury registerqd 36 degrees below zero It Does The Business Mr P K Chamberlain of Clinton Inlne says of Bucklens Arnica Salve It does tho business I have used it for plies and It cured them Used It for chapped hands and it urel them Applied It to an old sore and it healed it without leaving a scar behind 23c at Pennys Drug StoreI MATRIMONIAL J W Marsco and Miss Abbie Bourne of Garrard eloped to Jellico and were marriedPleasant Tucker one of the best known old bachelors of the Parksvll section of Boyle and a mighty clever man was married Wednesday to Miss Margaret Hayes a popular young woman of Perryville The marriage of ItlIss Gladys Moore Vanderbilt daughter of Mrs Cornelii Vanderbilt to Count Szcchenyi a mem ber of the Hungarian nobility tool place at the Fifth avenue homo of the brides mother in New York Mr Jesse A Walter the cleverest kind of an old bachelor surprised his many friends by coming in on the Ken tucky Central Wednesday night with rf wife in the person of a splendid young woman who was Miss Grace Grinstcai They were married at the home of her father Rev W S Grinstead in ver- sailles at 3 oclock that afternoon Rev Grinstead officiating Mrt L A Ne vius of Winchester accompanied the groom and acted as best man Linda G Tucker of Somerset was MrsI TurInerNettie Grinstead presided at the organ The bride was handsomely attired in ni tailored traveling suit The welding was a very quiet one only the fam ily being present owing to the of the brides mother The illnessI fine young man and his legion of are congratulating him on heart and hand of such a charming young woman That they may bo Ihappy always as they are just now the INTERIOR JOURNAL joins their many friends in hoping Simple Remedy for La grl pe1 La grippe coughs UfO dangerous as they frequently develop into pneu monia Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops tho cough but heals and strengthens tho lungs so that no serious results need be feared The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar con tains no harmful drugs anti is in a yellow package Ilofuse substitutes G LPenny Langdon H Brent aged 14 and Itus sell S Brent 21 his were as phyxiated in their home in Washington City NOTICE Notierls heb1Ihn that I will apply to the Uommlntlonvi tkrlr February term lptealo11 In Km fort Kyfornistrole VM KKNNKDV FARM FOR SALE 1M acre aeMr Kings tlll Kyn sae mil from rullnNMltlqtlon About lkacrwcleare- nd IxitniiBH jrooU totMMO lump whenelennid good furni humotind utorklMtriifriiine ituf for toUfceo burn nil ready lu put up Plenti wilier young orolmnl Itnr rowel of youiu tluilHr Mud nold J JOIIKHOX Klngvlli Ky POSTEDt Wx whose nnmoi appenr below strictly orbld hunting llthlng or an kind of trei ensuing on our limned und will prowcutw vI iliiton to the full extent of them w Alex Oooimr 1raInryI IVnnlcn Mn WiUtvr Wnrruii Mrs Mattln White HIII1 IOn Urot Tliiilfy Hpoonamor- I WOnrtir tlen t Martin 1111 linwrehce Ib ul oncurtli JM Mocker M Potttu T A Hie Morgan ObI IIII Amandt HehaelTer Orwn Hcrrtli JL HolUclaK OiW H sty Mrs J K rulllum It L Iulllum Peter llalmer Mr Kutherlne Ador Mus cr t Paxton Ashley A OHannon James N Cash J Kevin Carter U M Hark Joseph Ilnllou l11I1Ue Mrs Jill limner J HCamenUch Dr J ctUnrpentvr- Mr JlohcClIIIOnrJllnlr W P Martin Fn J Thompson- ThoobutPirrlll Jas It Hkldmore David Iturton J lt lunch M O Hlolmrdson Krn t Minn Mattle If Kclcbnilbacli Hro Fred VonOruengun It K On ors AllKTt VotUiruengan 1C Traylor LllburnUooch N II riummer Fred Haumann Itlcliard Hester Owsley Dunn Henry lletter Will Hester U O Nunnelley W O Floyd J W lick J Jarvls J W Haughinnn J IL llruce J O Hprntt W D Sooch W II Itlgnoy- I It tJmlorwoodiSon MriMnryUutven John M Carter Murtln Alrorn Joint Oiinuiilscn Will Cordler Dun Traylor M U Million Mn N loodo n ETntu David Hteveni John Jufer It U Durham WU Kbut- iotllbOllclc Fred Haiulorf Adeline Uniltf UhrUtlnn Jacob J J Thompson Commissioners Sale I Ilijjolu Circuit Oour- tKlrtNatlonallliinkofHtnnfordKyPlir V8 Joe F1nrrltetnl Uefundnnt Notice of Hule IVimuunt to u Judgment of the Lincoln UrcultUourt rendered In tho ahoy tyled ctlon oh October IKvi the undenlgned Jailer UoinmUslimer will on MONDAY KKimUAKV 10th glue ictween sued v x In Trout of tho court houHe door liiHtanrord Ky veil at public outcry to tlio highest dud Iteat bidder the r01l1 estate hereinafter described Thulium to Im renlUcd from this rule is VKUtt with Internal thereon at the rate of Ix cent per annum from Hentember yt cal until paid together with the cost of thIs action The lodgment In the above tyled action Will In favor of the told Klrst Yntluuul Jinnk of Htlillfora Ky by whIch on UIcIHulltr to I1hI111ould JUUII1I10llt WIU rnnsferred to N M Huclmnun at whose iistuiico this kale Is to lit niiide The hald real estate Is In Lincoln County Cylnthe town of Mllledgevllle and In hides thin steam mill It iMitimltd allows beginning In the center of the truer or road thence HTH K IS pole a link to a gate wet thence N 71 la ale IS links to thugarden fence thence NiiSKl links to u stakw thence H M rt i1010crossingthebriuioii thence y a W IS Joins IHIInk lo tf HllnlIulI line thence ils 11110Hs4M04 iioles links to Myers line hence his line NIK 4aly poles to corner of he fence thence Nwt W polos ton table IOI1OiIhelllltland thence Hi Jtpoles link to the ttulnnlng containing onus 2 roils 27 tile of land 17weuluwith ho maile on credltsof glxund welve months ono half of the purchase brat with Ihunccrued Interest thereon toe due niul payable at tilt expiration of atoll ofthutatil lerlods of time For tutu urchaiiu price tho purchaser will tw requlr It to give iMindwItli appnlt security pry IIblt to thoUommUsloner and tearing In jrest at the tutu of tax IItr cent annum rout lulu of sale paid secured lIenliu the land fold The wild load will rive the force and effect of a Jadgment CEO B SAUFLEV JI C L C C McKINNEY MARBLE C GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers III nml manufacturers of Ors ite nnd Marble Moiiitmvnts Klr tCla s U tk- rat HiMiftonablc rrlcos Olllco nnd W ts McKinniy Ky Mhoji clonil on mitiu iy NSURANCE Fire Lightning Wind Htorm Life and looldunt None the MTUUNGKHT end 1KHT Companies Kepreiunted Lowest loi ilble hate loOn 1aylng lira ira Unequalled Talk with VIAHONY Stanford Kentucky Hosldence Phone No 81 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest ill Central Ken lucky Gut my llatcs lie fore Insuring Nothing but lirst claus Companies Hoprc Bontod Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY GIVEME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing whim thereto lIh IIlIltltllCIIIln the price of ready node lulti and n null mute to your mimsttre taken by nn oJlIrlell1 tnllorf have n tinmUomt line of Full Winter good I wn to Ihe nnetdreasultAIsoovercoatTru i in and Fancy Vest The company I rep eseut It second to none IL I UUPLKY The Tailor mnnford Ky o harge tor examination orseieiilinrnl ly tilting eyes by uptodate method Prr IInrtIend mntrrlnl guaranteed ontldlllor charges moderate IVrmnnvntly looted In Central Telephone lititldlng utouvlllr- Ky I I IHiWKI1 arntfunt il IIIIIO try1l 7HEA1IDW1NTERTERMWIllrhb1b Ito you wnt to Iw u orlllI unit in tin llvrol ntot Htnlmiou nbhudsall RIII profwMlomil hotly ol tntrhcr vwr imllifml tOKBtlitrfor dIMly In Rah rn K nturk If MI your County klllrlllltt1n- ow About Bit piMliitiiiint to free lull If you huvv not ulrtMidy dlIlLltn1 write to the 1relderit ot the lot n entiling tilllBi hum what rituclli you d tiro Addreat IIHAKK ItlrliiiKiiid Ky Stop That Cold To check rotly roMi or KrlpM with Trevf ntlri meant sure deleat for Ineumonln To stop a raid with Ireremlc It wler than to let It run and bo obtljred to cure It af ntnnlf To bestirs fro Trntlc will cure even a deeply smlel but betterThats taken earlyft the inreio ttage they break or Quininechildren and thorouihly safe too you feel chilly If you sneeze II you ache all over think of 1revcnllct Iroraptnwi may alao care halt your uiual ilcknesi And dont forget your child If there l fererlihneu nlabtor dar Herein probably lies IreyenUc grratrtt efflrlency Sold In Co boxes for the pocket also In Uwn of 44 ITerentlc Imlt on your druggUU elvlni you PrcventicsPENNTS Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO nYllellurJllkelIellrer outlulldlnlll nlco orchArd This 11inptr ty Is near churc and acnool humu Is welt worth thin price HHUO No s1Jp acres ainlleiiHoutli of UrnI Or chard on tlio Htate road him a twoitory house good Imrn orchard and U well water ell About Jm acres of this land U bottom land and produces fine crop A iHirgaln lit f iBui cash balancu In one and two years No 8ICS acres ou Jluck Creek near Way nuilmrB 4rooiu hone barn and other out liolldlnm plenty of water Utah price 01No41u9items near Level preen Hock cattle county Ky This tarot hilts n tow J story trauma would coit to build now KUU good Imrn crib Ac located near church and school This Ii a nice home and bo bought for 110 per ucre j caili re uududxrili15InonthsNobICJ the above farm auras In cuttivnt tan Dwelling 014 room barn and other outbuilding nice or chard One of tho Itiprlng In Ibo coon ty Irlcu tiiXW half cnin balance I dud I yeti ri NIIII acre adjoining farm NOl and jam aero In cultivation balance In tlm r Oood whlto oak hickory unit some line cedar thus story lug huso and good arch uril well watered flush prlcv JIxe No7 SWiicre near Maretsburg Ky acre In cultivation good ilwulllng hotue born and necessary oiitbulldtiiK line water ind school church mid It U utatloii Price ftflau Stash balance In one pad two years No JIlBcrc near Conway Ky nearly nil of thus farm Is bottom mood luau for corn and meadow dwelling house illew Darn dud other building on county rood o tulle from liana College Oaish price fl No Phlucre on Drakni Greek 8 mile from Orab Orchard TliUfatm udjoliu the hike and lu of tho Oco olIn farm IM U flute land and In good condition all necetKary buildings This Is bargain at 100 per micro No 10711 nerds near Stanford Ky In nice IhIlPl with II noce88l1ry hUlldlllllolc clln bo aught worth tho money Ior full particulars In regard to nil the ibovo form sue or L It Hughe or IIIIIIDH I Whit KIDl1ford ICy e LADIEStotaa- They Are Here A Little Early It Is Truej I f r So we just want to tell you our t line ofiSpringliocu l Shoes Is in the house and they are Perfect Pictures Plain Vici All Patent Kid and the PRETTIEST TANS ae- r A mortal ever saw Come and look at them It L f H J McflORRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY NO BETTER OIKiH REMEDY is made than our Compound Syrup of White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle raw PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky DOlTNOWGet will keep you dry and catch good clean wa ter in a galvanized gutter Pipe it to the cisfe t tern put on a cast iron cistern top that will last a life time and a galvanized bucket pump to purify and pump the waterg t S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky If You Want the Purest and Best Drugs get Them from STANFORD DRUG CO f t tat t ATTENTION YE LADIES I I We have just received our January line of Hand Woven 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 our especial offerings at 5c and lOc in these pure linen goods Dont forget our special offerings in cottons at 69c 97c and 108 for 10 yards SEVERANCE SON STANFORD Brxwoiu Kv JAN 31101 I l t t TRY aomo otour Olive Oil 31c and We n lathPenny Jrult tore I PERSONALS OAKLAND SINOLHTON has beer r yprr Miss AUIJB OTTHH U visiting frlondi tn Loufavlilc Mum LUCY MILLER GIVENS II10ntI Memo tlmo with Danville friends Miwns MATTIE MCCLAHY and Kiln Thompson wore in Lebanon yesterday Mn OAimiJLL H WOODS is spend Itfg n few days with Hustonvlllo friends MIStJ ItRUA AliNOU of Lancaster will open a millinery store at Crab Or hard tAm AUZA THOMPSON of Hu Vernon fs with her slater Mrs Logan R Hughes Mijjs FfONNir HAMMONDS pass through Wednesday to Hustonville to vfllt friends Mug jBBSEC LYNN and little daugh tar Margie Lynn are both down with typhoid fuver MR J C llAYi N III St Joseph1 In Armor LouMvflle tr treatment Mrs- BAyt Is with him f MRS BURA BLAIN who M upondlnR the NVJntar in Danville Wall hercwtth fttewli thh week I Mlu ANn Miw W W WALTHR and KM Jwoph of Kin evtllo vWted hta Itrfiihcr and witter hure MR J C 1UNBHRART Of UwlOt- lwaibchjTttewJay IIM wife to with Cr bOrahord relative Al 8608 JHWtB AND JEAN McKHCIt NIB of the HubWo leaden are with relative at Hustonville DR AND MIW JACKWN fllVBNf O- iPUUburK wow paseesgerI oil Tu w days Southbound train MiKi LILLIAN LBAVBLL of Bryant VlKghai been the guest of Mlaa Alol1 lie IJcoVs at Crab Orchanl Mi CHARLIE SAMUELS the well knewn Somerset plasterer is worklr on the Odd Fellows building MitA A WARREN of Mlddleeboro IsTjorq mingling with old friends whoi atq Rind to see him looking co well Wn hear that CapU W J HoKun one of tho best men in Garrard county fe vary III nt his homo nt Bryantevill- oT MIS8BH EtLA ANn FANNIE TllOMl SON and Miss Hallio Urown of Ironen orsvlile are visiting friends and rule live hereof MR 0 P NEWLAND who was op crated on for appendicitis at Mrs Ilrowns Retreat for the Sick Wednes day was doing nicely when we went to press Miss ELIA MAY SAUNDBHS went up- Wednesday to see to Grab Oroehard Mrs W It Dilllon who is very ill She Is sulTcrinK from a relapse of ty phoid fever MR J THOMAS CHERRY and wire and Cashier J W Hutchcson and wife of Brodhead witnessed tho Holy City performance at Waltons Opera House d Monday evening MR AND MRS A E GinnoNS of Danville were here Wednesday Mr Gibbons left tho big advertisement which appears on our fourth page and which you are requested to read Miss KITTY SMITH of Mt Vernon who has nursed Miss Jessie Leo Phil a lips through a severe spell of typhoid fever returned to her home Wednes day leaving her little patient almost convalascent Miss ELIZABETH SIMPSON of Gar rard was the guest of Mrs Leslie Card A ter and MlssJAnnle Philips Tho latter returned with her and will spend a few days beforejgoing on to Lexington to visit relatives MRS H H BANFORD has returned to her homo in Chicago after a pleasant stay with her parents Mr and Mrs Forestus Reid Marjorie Otter of Stanford is visiting Miss of Lexington Ave Advocate LOCALS REMEMBER tho money hunt at the rink tonight Bio rink tonight Came early and avoid tho rush MY Spring and Summer harness has arrived Citll in and see it J C Mc Clary SILVKKLACB Wyandotte Roosters of pure strain for sale Mrs A J Rite t R F D Moreland Ky j Flair celery sliced ham dried beef beef tonguo and Frankfurt stylo sau sage Saturday at Farris i t LOST an undressed kid glovo for loft hand J C McClary PLACE your order for Amcrcan fenceI at once At Geo II Farris CLOTIIBS cleaned and repairci at Cook Farmers barber shop GUT your share of tho money that will be given at tho rink tonight FOR SAtEA 250egg incubator nnd brooder Mrs Henry D Holderman Stanford LOST In Walton Opera House Fri day night a black scarf Return to this office HARVE KIPKRTON a colored black smith died of pneumonia and wal buried here Tuesday Wn will try to do a cash business this year Please cull and settle your last years account Bcazlcy Bros DONT forget that I still take moos urcments for corsets Give mo a trim order Miss Ella May Saunders TilE fiscal court was in session Tuesday and considerable business was trans acted The court will bo in soasioi again Wednesday Tim prices for Sis in New York Fob 0 will be 26e We and Me thelet tor price for recurved seats which can bo had at MeKoboru drug store begin nlng Monday NOTICB Having removed on Lan easier street opjWilto the courthouse I solicit your trade in nil kinds of repairing of watches clocks and jewel ry Robt Fentol DOM LOST One fonmle with two spoil on back and clouded oars tho other a mule blue speckled with fihor tall Rowan If found J T Huckloy Jr R F D iso 2 Stanford Ky OLii ANNIj the splendid famll mare belonging ta Judge James P Bailuy died Tuesday at an advanced ago Shewas a great roadster and was thought a BreSt deal of by hei owner j LINCOLN county 1lS8ca lent this year is G13721 Iftst year it wns iii99oa7 There s a falling olT this year in the dog tax of 3CU As lessor W A Carson work was highly complimented by the hoard of Super visors THE Phoenix LlfeInsuranc Co of Hartford Conn has paid S2W to Mrs Nannie Smith of Crab Orchard tho amount of the policy carrier by her husband who died a few week ago Mr Garland Singleton is agen for the Phoenix Mutual HUFFMAN Miss Honcywood Hurt man well known here died in Louis villo Monday night of a complication of troubles after a protracted illness The remains were taken to Lancaste and interred Tuesday She was i laughter of Mrs Oseo Huffman am was a bright pretty woman lIer rather Mr John Huffman has beer dead many years Miss Huffman is survived by her motner and two sisters Mrs Mattie Robson and Miss Clydi Huffman and for them much sympathy s felt Sis IN NEW YORK isa play of real merit The many amusing scenes offer a hearty succession of hearty laughs from first to last Sis the Hoosier girl- S seen at her best her comedy being natural and spontaneous with a bright touch of sentiment that cnhaaies the charm of her clover work Tho company is made up of clever people and their individual efforts make a most happy combination Sis In Now York comes to Waltons Opera House Thursday Feb C and will no doubt do a big business e CARPENTER HOUSE FtREDAtabout oclock Monday afternoon tho Carpen ter House owned by Mrs Jens Dalton was discovered burning and the alarm was sounded Tho fire company responded quickly but took some time in taking connections Two streams of water played on the fire for more than nn hour before it was extinguished The building was gutted and is in too md a condition to bo repaired Mrs Dalton had no insurance Jesse Love n little colored boy applied the torch mdTrueheart Kendrick another young Negro watched while the little rascal did his dirty work Both were sentenced to the Houses of Reform Wednesday i SEE the Chattanooga Plow before you buy Coo II Farris r JUST received a carload of White and mixed seed oats J S Murphy McKinneySFIVE THOUSAND rods American Field Wire Fence in stock W K Perkins Crab Orchard Ky REMEMBER that tho rink will bo open from 7 to 10 oclock this Friday even ing Better engage your skates early FOR REST OR SALETwo large storerooms in the Lost business block in tho town of Stanford Ky J S OwsleySr 218 Ashland Ave Lexington Ky FOR teNT Storeroom 20x40 feet central location and in good repair Pos session can bo given within 30 days Splendid location for any kind of mer cantile business A E Albright Brod head Ky Tim State Farmers Institute to have been held at Frankfort Feb 4 C 6I has been postponed until Feb 18 19 20 Mr J II Baughman president of the Lincoln County Farmers Club hopes thatas many of our farmers as can well attend will do so TOBACCO growers are coming to Lin coln county from many sections Three raisers from Nicholas county wore call ers at this office Wednesday Wo cant raise tobacco In our section and we have to go elsewhere The Society of Equity wants no crop this year they scud- STOP and picture in your mind what an awful lot of fun Sis with her pigtails and her stuffed stockings must have caused when she led Zeko up Broadway from the Battery But they didnt notice it for they were too busy dodging street cars Tho whole Indi ana Hoosior bunch is to beat Waltons Opera House on Feb Gth and the title of the newest doings of tho funny lass is Sis in Now York NIP AND TUCK Harry Webber Jr supported by an excellent company ap peared at the Pavillion Theatre in a four act comedydrama entitled Nip and Tuck detectives The play is exceedingly 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 tho abduction of her childheiress and the de spoiling of her Estate All this villiany Is thwarted by n very clever detective Nicholas Nip Harry Webber who by his schemes disguises and plots thwarts the villian pf 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 tho effect Hmton W Va Courier See this great play at Waltons Opera House Feb 11 HONOR ROLL of Stanford Graded and High School for the fifth month Grade 1 Graco Anderson Eloise Beazley Clara Cash Sarah Corminey Frances Corminey Tilden Cooper Bai ley Dawes Rachel lull Daisy Luns ford Virgil Moore John Reid McKinney Gabo Rancy William Reinhart Nannio Singleton Grade 2 Carrie Anderson Florence Dawes Catherine Harris Nancy McKinney Bessie Miller Belle Russell Clarence Singleton Claiborno Walton Grade 3 Joe T Embry Jesse Hock cr Ethel Powell Matsy Grimes Lcttie W McKinney Myrtle Turner Jean Paxton Adelia Russell Grade 4 Prescott Brpwn Bessie Brackett Ella Eichenberger Sam Em bry Harry Farmer Tillie Goldstein Ruth Harding Bessie Moore James Trlbhle Grade 5 Ethel Brackett Josephine Carpenter Mary S Cook Annie Gray Anna D McRoberts Mary 11 Raney Mamie Singleton James Owsley Hobart White Verna Rout Grade 6 Catharine Gentry Gray Marion Grimes Lena MaryI Arthur Turner Grade 7 Katie Cass James Cooper Arnold Foreman Harris Hardin Joseph Hill Virinia Mahoney Mary Elizabeth McKinney Lillian Mueller Lucy Leo Walton Ella Warren Grade 8 Morrison Bright Annie Lewis Gentry John M H Waters Freshman Elizabeth Higgins Joseph Hopper Sophomore Thomas Bright Grady Tucker Senior John Downer ATTEND the rink tonight r IF you want your trunks hauled to or from the depot telephone Nig Greer No 101 YESTERDAY morning was tho coldest of the Winter The mercury register cd 14 at six oclock ALL accounts due us and not paid by Feb 1st will be placed in tho hands or- an officor for collection Cummins McClary FOR SALGOO benringglnsen plants lOQO small plants and 7KX seeds All for 40 A P Brackett Stanford SWAPPED HOMES Messrs Georg B Cooper and Will Stone have trade homes and they will move some timo between now and April Both home are on Highcation Avenue and the gentlemen swapped even WREN James Wren aged about 30 died Wednesday evening of heart trou ble at the home of his father Mr John Wren near the water works He was ill eight weeks having first been trou bled with typhoid fever He was a member of the Methodist church and a hardworking honorable man Services Wore held at tho late home yesterday afternoon when Rev T W Barker preached the funeral Tho Odd Fel lows of which order he was a member buried Mr Wren in Buffalo cemetery EXTRAORDINARY COINCIDENCE Mr John Mershon formerly of tho Dix river section of Lincoln county tells a story of an incident happening nearly years ago which has the unusual feature of tho survival of a party or five for a period of 47 years On Christmas day 1801 five young Baldhill Inns out hunting met at tho noted Tom Scott spring and spent a while in social gossip On separating to resume their sport one of the number propos ed tho inquiry Boys how many of us will be alive years from this day and which of us will be first to cross over Jordan T An agreement was there upon made that they would all keep track of each other through life and communicate with each other at Christ has of each year The party was com posed of James A Dudderar Henry Traylor Joseph Holtzclaw Fred Stone and John Mention All are yet living and aro among the best citizens of their respective communities an honor to tho county of their nativity About the time of their alliance for longevity the question of early demise was a se rious one as tho Civil War was on and reports of carnage in field and hospital were suggestive of a short life for ma ny thousands of the best young blood of the United StatesSomerset Journal Lumber For Sale All klmUiit Houuli Lumber for ilt lUll llllitl on nliort notice Grist mill In comuO firm Mill on finen river mills Kiikt of McKlnnoy Terry t Newell MoKliinny KyNOTICE I rAlllnUUIIS ImvliiK claim ngnlnct the es floury llcclil nro t- oIrnt to mo properly proven for pnymen Dot Inter than Kfli 27 IWK Olmrlcs Hutch egAdtIIrCrab Orclmnl Ky 10 REWARD I Ior tbr arrest und conviction of nay pertoi trespassing upon my farm day or night or lo1a Injury to Block In trllellng the pun lit hlghY or Injury to stock from th- Iandsofother peoplo Janrpunti Money tjutt AT SKATING RINK Friaay Night Stttfori Rink tub South East Corner Main and IDepot Streets I SILKS T J A few now and beautiful Silk Waist Patterns for Spring lit- S1peryanl The latest things in Green Brown Stripes and Plaids tI We aro now prepared to sell you bleach cotton at a great reduction Cambrics at I24c Hope Cotton at lOc Long Cloth at lOc 15c 17c and 20c Nainsookg at 15c 206 and 25c Linen Lawns White Linens Persian Lawns Linen Sheeting and Indian Head are all in Sis eg Hamburg and Laces to suit every one Prices right here TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY HouseJ FLORIDA AND ANEW ORLEANS I I I I IIWinter Tourist TicketsOn WITHOUT I CHANGE Sale November 1st 1907 I IReturning May 31st 19081 For lofornitlon ud lltt of hotels JJreii- n aKING a p o T A Ill Main Sr ted ton Ky In 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 Sale will begin Feb I1 This means a great sacrifice and slaughter of values Calicoes fie Spool Cotton 5c Clothing L3 per cent off Ladies Cloaks halt off AVo can not carry these over if prices will unload Shoes Ladies cud Childrens from 50c to 150tho kind we sell from 2 to 8I550 We cant enumerate here on paper but can nt the store Come ear to get choice No goods sold to merchants to retail trade only Positively no goods charged at these prices CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter Buy Your Harness Plow Gear Trace Chains Col lars and Harness from Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEYd IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE GOr PJHY INCORPORATE T SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE HIGHGRADE r II I ARTISTIC i v far largest stock ill Central Kentucky was clcctcd by an Our enthusiasm over really Fine Wall Papers las leadus into bajinp nUll the prices bring these lino Paper down even lower that the com consisting of moro thana Iius and come In early cud get first selection t x 1 3 20and 25cAtthis that of ordinary goods srs1r lEG GI C SJ riAIN STREET a viIJeF The Interior Journal t Snttredinthe Post Ollire at Stanford at J ndofflau matter- IDnLINunO TUEHUAYM AND IKIDAY- IIAT SI 00 PER YEAR CAST 5XWha3 sot to pdi1 will be chirped L N TIINTE TABLE No SI south llJl r x No St Houth ltM v x No North 433 Not North Zin r X JOSS RICE Agent Rhode Island Reds I hnvoTJSingle Comb Rhode Island ReU pullets and yearling liens for ole nt SI each tuet o to tnnko room for breeding pens Mrs Un COOK Htnnford Ky Jesse W Sweeney FBOPRIETOR Livery Food and Salo Statlo Lancaster Kyh B D CARTER New Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY Joseph 3244 Vol 11 Is pure bred and lifts been accepted for reg istry In the first volume of The Americana Tamworth Swine Ilecord Association Rook under the ruleiot the association and will be No Mil M above Hire Kdwfird No ZM dm Alexandra No 2X7 Hire of Sire Maple OOlIft nruce No 00dam of BlreOanadlan rrmereol SIre of dam KentuckvRoyo IT87 dam of dam Golden l n s 0 lll i It U well known that tile FiunwortU Hwlno Is tlio lilKheit prlcnuwlne on the market Ills lire Kdward welKht at 4 year old sold for SaMO UU dnni Alexandra weight sold for Uo His weight 85S nt months He crossej well with every breed I will ttnud him at cash JORN COOK- 8tonrord KyI Fruit and Orna mental Trees Shruba Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We emplo no agents Cat alogue on application IrF HIUESMEVEU k Soxs- Lexingtofii Jvy l JtLBeazieyCo a I m17ndertagerA era Also Dealers in Fur uiture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock GiveU Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY fl Office Phone Ic7 Home Phone 33 r FARMERS DEPARTMENT E P Woods shipped to Paterson N J n carload of hemp ho bought here at GJc WANTEDCattle to feed 350 shocks of fine fodder Calvin C Carpenter Hustonville 2U tiN20 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 J D Steenbergen sold to Edward Bailey his farm of 60 acres near Hales Well for 1100 cash The place was advertised in this paper Dairymen of Wisconsin have adopted nightriding methods in their war o the milk dealers of Milwaukee and arc threatening farmers with violence who ship milk to that city FOR SALEThree pair good 15hand work mules ready for work two pair young mules nod two extra combined horses B D Holtzclaw R F D No 1 Stanford Ky Phone 534 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 Son Lebanon Ky A company with 100000 has been organized at Milton to finance the 1907 tobacco crop of Trimble county and will begin receiving at the Equity ware house in Milton this week paying 50 per cent of appraised value 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 Chamberlains ughRemedy a Safe Medicine for Children In buying a cough medicine for children never be afraid to buy Chamberlains Cough Remedy There Is no Jntend1cdand whooping cough and there better medicine In the world for theseIdiseases It is not only a certain for croup but when given as soon asI preIvent Ifgivenmay be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by all drug gistsrThe funeral of Ouida was a most pitiful epilogue to her pitiful end SheD diedamid squalor and poverty and her body was followed to the grave only by dozen dogs she had starved herself to feed and her faithful maid to whom she left her last The ceJtellterymarked only by a wooden cross Cure Misery have found a euro for tho misery alaria poison produces says nMII of Louollen S OlIts called Klectric hitters nail comes In fit cent bottles It breaks up a case of chillIor a bilious attack In almost no time it puts yellow jaundice clean out commission This grout tonic medicine and blpod purifier gives It quick roller In all stomach liver and kidney complaints nnd tho misery of ntlPennsThe New Amsterdam National Bank of New York was closed by orderof tho Controller of the Currency It has a capital of 1000000 with liabilities of 4482015 of which 8205527249 are due depositors p SHow to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating n the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of tho bowels Orlno Laxative I jult Syrup does not nauseate or grlpo and Is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes G L Penny Mistaking his fatherinlaw William Conner for a burglar A C Burr shotI and instantly killed him at Dallas Texas 1 WALL BtyleHock 17OCOllC25cmarketBRODHEAD Charles Lyons of Junction City is hero this week looking after his lumber interests Jlev Masters preached three expel lent sermons at the Christian church Saturday amt Sunday Several cases of measles are report ed in this vicinity The little son of James Owens who has been sick fur some time is reported better Rev A J Pikes has accepted the call of Freedom church for the ensuing year He joined this church and was baptized there 32 years ago Mra Ellen Mahafly has moved to iii Martin property in the southern part o town Mrs Wm Potts now occupies the house vacated by Mrs a1 severe wind and hall storm swept lover this community Sunday afternoon but we have heard of little damage it did save the blowing down Dta few fences The deacons and other ofllcera of the Baptist church met at A E Albrights Wednesday night and transacted some important business relative to church matters They were tendered a fine dinner by Mrs Albright Manly Albright was visiting in the roachersville section Sunday Emery Albright who left last week for Rich mond to enter school writes that he is somewhat disappointed with the school but hopes to be better satisfied A let ter from Ed Woodall at Livingston the McFarland revival which is in peaIpieProbably the oldest trunk In these parts is in possession of J J Painter Just how old it is is hard to say but it was brought to this country by his great great grand parents more than 100 years ago they having come from Wales and settled in Virginia While the trunk is not a very ornamental thing it is a very odd one being covered with undressed cow hide and is in a good state of preservation It would take a small farm to purchase the trunk FROM THE ANTILLES Chamberlains Cough Remedy Benefits a City Councilman- at Kingston Jamaica Mr W Ollellly Fogarty who is a KingstonCough Rcmidy had good effect on a cough that wasglvlng me trouble and I think I should have been more relieved If I had continued file- tThat It was beneficial and quick in relieving ma thereto no doubt it is my Intention to obtain anoth er bottle For sale by all druggists Near Adairville night riders burned two tobacco barns oh the farm of R J Burr an Independent grower who had recently crop The barns con tobacco owned by a tenanta hu loss is estimated at 2000 The finest Coffee Subitltuto ever YoudontlhaveMade In a minute says the doctor Health Coffee la really the closest Colleo Imitation over yet produced Not a grain of real Coffeo In itelther Health ColTao Imitation is madd from pure toasted cereals or grains with malt nubs etc Really would fool an expert wcroIho to unknowingly drink It for Coffee Pen nys Drug Store After a conference tndarly an hour the President the four Kentucky Republican Congressmen said no can did ate had been selected for Surveyor- of the Port of Louisville Trial Catarrhtreatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wls These tests are proving to the people without a pony liys costthe great value of this scientific prescription known to drug gist everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by G L Penfy There is no danger of nightriders ini ilbadAdnlrThe Price of Peace The terrible Itching and smarting incident to certain skin diseases Is almost Instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Salve Price s Bale by all druggists L GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN ST REITOke o ontl rnnl coin oodasoklatralueelll1rlaos3leu a laiiM vwir In IImtfulJHMIT1I A s PRICESurgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY MJCO over McRobcrU Drug Store in BuildingtSmall Farm for Sale I dHlre to11 prlrntvlr my fiiriu or no acres known n the old Mtirtlm Martin i tInlnitnortnlii ilnoclovor from which only ono producttveinrtlculnr cnll on or write J Httwiilwr gel Crab Urohqnl K- yNOTICE Lincoln Irrult Iourt II O WnrrnnM Admr Iirr vs It U Warrens Hcln Ktr Ifcd Notice Orrdltornof thv titnto of II O Wnrrvn deceaaednredlrectedtopresont tllelrulahu properly iirotvntothe undcrilKiivd Master oUlIlIl ollr nt lib oltlre In Hlutiford KyM on or n tlnluu not IJr nenitHl wlthlnthnttlun will not be utlonlHl GEO U SAUFLBY M C U C c Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office How to Cure Liver Trouble There are usually several ways to do a given thing but it is the aim with all of us to find the best and shortest way It is just so in the cure of dIsease People thanIorder as liver trouble When that drowsy cloned up cellar comes on you go to a drug More nail ask for a to cent or II bottle of Dr Caldwella Syrup IrmlaTake a dosll or two sod watch results It will nor onl clean out the bowels and stimulate the llrer but It wllliret the blood to dreululax w that you feel active attain and arouse the tune dons of the stomach so that your ap ctlte toy toms and jou feel like your old welt wain A simple Uzatlvo or purgaara could not do that Dr Caldwclls Syrup tepiln ls net only a wonderful laxative but It bill tonlo propertle what unlike so many other thlnirn Instead of leaTUur you weak anddravin It builds you up and strengthens JOU olllDWItheaLrecablo It Is but pleawuitto the taste and pure In quality It Is nnexcellcnt rconomtcal Hume Cure and Its results are per manent It Is abaolutely truurunteed to do what 1s claimed for It Use K for occasional or chronic constipation dytpepsla indirection blllousnen1 sour stout Dcb bloated stomach flatulcnoy diarrhea and dozen and ono other lilsof the stomach liver nd bowels It Is the Greatest of household remedies and no family should bo without It because In a family someone at say moment may need such a leisure and then you will apIpreclnte having Dr Wldwella Syrup Pepsin In the houseSritCC TIwell9sn PepslDodr Inf CM naY x frta sample bottle sent to their horns by sadrtitiir company Tills offer U to prove thattfte remedy wj do at claim and It only open to those who have liken It Send for It It you have any symptoms stomach liver or bows disease Gentlest yet most diectire loathe for Children women and guaranteed permanent home cure THE PUBLIC VERDICT Laxative So Good and Sure as OR CALOWEUS SYRUP PEPSIN Thlt product tears parity guarantee NJ 17 Washington 0 PEPSIN SYRUP CO 110 Cnldwe Bldn Montloello III Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court J A Kdge 1liilntirr Vitrsita JlnttliHliui liUT lloftiidiint Notice of Hulo- rimunnt to n Judgment of tho Llncolndlr cult Court the undertltfUfd Mutter UommU dinner will on- MtNOAY FKllIltTAIlY 10th M liotwcctu aiuli r IIII trout of the court houe door In Htnnford Ky sill nt public outcry to the GlgheKnud Iw1st bidder the riiil btate lierelimfturdeiicrllxd the numto hu rvnlUod from the aisle bolnii 3US with ilporcent Interest thfroun haul urtnlwr m t until pull togither with the ciwts of thin notion CountyKentuckyfollow 1l1l11ll1ij Int lIdo of the lln plus thiiict N r l4 K polar to it atone corner to lot No tinnew n 02 K as S pole to n stone thence a71S t poles to n Mtonvthuncu N CIS W IIulu to the liouln liltidated March ia lsrwl nail recorded In the ofllco ot the clerk of thu Lincoln County Court JTin wile will iKtnndo on n credit of six inontlii and the piirchnnur will hfl required to go iKind for the price with npprovtxl ersollolceurIIYIIIlIhlo to thu rommU nt tho rote of six iwr trot ear annuni from thu dote of solo until sold CEO D SAUfLEY M C L C C FFERS I tooIt rFOr Sale And Exchange t oab thick mnoufactutinR plant ol Won easy terms Fruiermodcrnequlpmentlco and nacres land ltalck rest change for 50000 or fGooo farm in Iulatki invoiceproperty fnnUluemercantileNo 3og 1U Seta one mile cast ofNo 6 Fine two torjr brick diSwitchon Swaerut and Stanfordbuilding with largo tricots elohiDgup ruatl U roils from ltouternet One ram ofdctakenbullndOing bbusiness of alsotJat100 per annum lays well and prottuetn to to barrels corn badmentin Monticello This is an excellent oppor 200 I tunitr for some one VanliDFall old e tab No 291 Sock of general merchandise lithed business and pr uiet will invoice beweta ltoeo and 4000 places in the town New railroad being which Is doing buMncw of fiaftoo annu sellinginesburgertyNo a Fourroom cottage new lots or can be divided Into uoufb n farms ed In oak a Kingtville one acre landor to acres each lase fSoo J gvaw Good location Pine poultry farm Price terms We have all kinds of properties for sale nUll exchange If interested write us tolling just what you want or what you have for tIc or exchange Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset t Ky 1anFirst National BankStanford ICyI Capital Stock 50OCOi This Institution WM originally established ti the Deposit Rank of Bta In 111 then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford In 185 and again reorganlied as the First National Dank of Stanford In 113 haring bad practically an saints rumpled existence for 43 yean It i better supplied now with facllltle for transacting business promptly and well than nor before In Its long and honorable career Accounts bf Individuals plduclarlea and Car poratlocs Solicited Officers J IIOOKEK Press 8T HAHim V PruiJ J McUOREKTS W II WEAHKNAsit Obr w N DlrriollorsI V ReId DanTtlle T hauls Stanford J Hocker Stanford K L Tanner UcKlnney D Elmore BtaDfordIn Baughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J H Daucbman Stanford J M Vettns Stanford 0 R Tate Stanford ill 1 the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 30000OO H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER- J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS B Owaloy Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stauford WII Shanks Stanford W 0 Walker TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek