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THE INTERIOP JOURNAL I VOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 4 1908 NO 90tWANT LILLARD TO FULFIL HIS PROMISE Boylo County Domooratlo Com mltto Addresses an Open Letter to Him Danville Ky Jan 28 1908 lion E W Lillard Frankfort Kentucky Dear Sir Tho undersigned duly authorized members of the Democratic Commit tee of Boyle county who constitute tho entire membership with thu exception of three ono of whom Is in Florida and another in Frankfort anil tho third Vernon Richardson who refuses to sign havo been directed to address his open letter to you hm make a few suggestions to you r4 j ardlng tho manner in which you arc assuming to use the partys vole 8nel deal with the sacred trust committee to you by It In this county Wo dp alto to remind you that you do nut own tho voto that you havo arbitrarily assumed the right on two occasions to cast for lion Jas B McCreary Into content between tho Democratic and Republican nominees for tho Unit ed States Sonatorship You seem to have overlooked the fact that your choice for the Senatorial nomination has long since bowed to the will ol liiB party expressed in the primary election and can not feel honored ot complimented by your refusal to re cord the vote of our party for IU nominee You asked your party in this county to accord you the honor or representing It and coating its vote for Us nominee cxGov Beckham knowing IU intense desire to havo n representative in tho nations Senate and you wore granted this honor by It upon private promises made and public pledges both nude and author- Ized by you to cast tho partys vote for Its declared nominee Side by side you rodo and stood with cxGov Beckham at two of the largest maw meetings ever assembled In our coup ty to greet and welcome the nominee of any political party and heard him declare that a vote for Lilian was vote for Beckham and accepted that utterance made in your behalf which was loudly applauded by allor those who heanllt The 1500 Democrats who cast their votes for you and trusted you to re cord their voto for them in the sena torial contest still reside In our count ty and arc as true and loyal to Gov Beckham today as they were when they recorded at tho November olec tlon their vote for you upon youi pledge and assurance to them that yot when thus trusted by them would cast it tr exGov Beckham At three two mass meetings In our county and at tho polls in November our party gave expression to Its confidence In and esteem for the gait ant leader and nominee of Dcmocra cy and pledged him tho party r sup port in the Senatorial contest It pledged him the partys support but thus far you havo failed to discharge tho duty entrusted you In all kind ness to you wo deem it but right speaking for our party to say that you owe It to yourself to Gov Beck ham and to the Democratic party in Boylo county to surrender tho conk mission of confidence and trust Inv posed in you If you are unwilling tt perform tho trust and comply with your partys wishes You should nt least give it tho opportunity to send a representative from Boyle county who will cast thopartys vote for cx Gov Beckham You have no right to hold tide vote of the Democracy of Boyle county and uso it against the partys nominee and thus not only defeat the purpose for which It was given to you but also violate your sacred pledge to the Democrats who gave you their loyal support Had you contemplated doing bo you should made this known before and the November election only fve others out of a Dem 11bve representation In our Legisla of nearly throe fourths ofa hunt men you are by your action a blocking of legislation nnd the consideration and passage by the Legislature of measures of v moment to the people of Kentucky and our county and of somo of its institutions particularly and aro causfng a dan to tho party in the possible loss 1ota representative of tho party in tho of the nation at a tfmo when- i our State and country are much In need of Democrats on guard at its CapitalWe not bo forgetful of tho re y suit pf the bolting only n few years since of tho partys nomineq for Unit edl States Senator which resulted In KenItur the present and expect In the ruture1 talloyally fight the partys battles In county Stato and nationalI politics and on the ova of the al whteetr this is no time for YOto 9l0 assume to represent your party when you refuse to cast tho partys vote as you were directcato cast it nnd Ills you gave your sacred pledge to cost it It Is a time when our duty demands that we call your attention to thor facts and that wo ask and Insist that you do not further trample upon our rightsS Martin U W Iurdon M M May II G Wlngato M R Parks W P Rico Si L Cooke Robert Harding W B McDonald B Q Cosby W W Thompklna secretary R G Evans chairman Here and There Tho plant of tlio Wheeling W Va Banking Company was destroyed by fireArthur Perkins aged 1C waffcYushcc to death by a tailing tree in Mctcalfi countyMrs Lolia Jennings 101 years old widow of tho late Joshua Jennings Is dead In Shelby In Warren county Earl Stroud killed his brother ArthurStroud by cutting his thoat severing tho jugular vein The Government of Portugal has or dered suspended the publication of thre more Lisbon newspapers for printing seditious articles Tho AntiSaloon League of Simpson county got a detective to ferret out vi olators of tho local option law and mn ny Indictments will follow Money received for tobacco which he had declined to pool was destroyed In the fire which consumed the home of William Laccfield a tenant on tho farm of Davis Hawkins in Franklin county Tho Detroit Toledo and fronton rail road of which Eugene Zimmerman of Cincinnati is president went Into the hands of receivers on application of thi Knickerbocker Trust Company of New YorkAs the result of tho recent raid of night riders in Dawson Springs a house was allowed to bum down in tho tows without a hand being turned to save It It is customary to givo an alarm of fire by firing a pistol but that is also the customary way for night riders to noti fy tho citizens of their presence and de srre for everybody to stay indoors Sc when the night watchman fired off hit pistol several times in rapid succcsslor to arouse the volunteer fire department and such other citizens as would turn out and lend a hand his efforts had directly the opposite effect and not only did tho volunteers remain abed but pedestrians skurricd to the nearest doorway and a flno residence burned to the ground while citizens lay tremb ling in their beds anxiously awaiting the dawn when they could learn wha the night riders had don- oNolghbQrhood Favorite Mrs K D Charles of Harbor Maine speaking of Electric Hitters Sa8lilt Is a neighborhood favorite hero with It deserves to boa fa vorlto everywhere It gives quick re lief In dyspepsia livercomplaint kid ney derangement malnutrition nor vousnoss weakness and general dobll Ity Its action on tho blood aq i thorough purifier makes It especially useful a a Spring medicine Tljli grand alterative tonic U sold undo guarantee at Icijnys Drug Store 50o A Chicago physician throws some light on tho problem of why we sleep In church supposing that wo do If ministers want appreciative audi ences says the Chicago doctor let then ventilate thelrchurchcs Give tho dea con some fresh air to breathe such at ho is accustomed to on the other days of thu week and ho will stay awake during the sermon on Sunday as easily as ho does during tho horse trade on SaturdayThere much truth in it church should be ventilated for tho sumo reasons that a schoolroom should be venti latcd in tho first placo for the bodily good of the auditors and in the second place because the speaker wants tho intelligent attention of his audience Special Announcement Regard ing the National Pure Food and Drug Law Wa are pleased to announce that Foloys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles Is not alTect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug lawns It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and wo recom mend It as a safo remedy for children rod adults Pennys Drug Store King Carlos of Portugal and tho Crown Prince Lulz Phlllpso were as sassinated and tho Kings second son the Infant Manuel was slightly wounded In Lisbon Queen Amelie who sought to save the Crown Princes life by throwing herself upon him escaped unhurt The royal party were In a carriage on their way to the palace when a band of men opened fire with carbines Tim police guard killed three sfltho assassin Kl ltand tho Crown Prince were each shot three tfncs atlOm1 NEWS NOTES Ovid Flowers aged 15 lost both legs by attempting to jump olf a freight train nt Ellzabcthtown Six New York letter carriers have had their salaries reduced 100 a year for soliciting Christmas and New Yeat presents The Homo Bank of Brooklyn N Y a State institution on which a run wal started Friday did not for but jfNearCord aged scvenjrctars shot and killed his sister aged five Tho children were playing robber Five men were inured three of tnfl seriously by an qxplosionin theshrml net department at tho United Stall araendl at Philadelphia A large tobacco barn belonging C John C McDaniel was burned in Mont gomery county Mr McDantcl doe not attribute the fire to night riders Independent tobacco growers of flat county have employed guards to pro tect their tobacco barns at night foal ing that tho buildings will bo burned Suits for a receivership for the Consolidated Steamship Company and oth cr Morse steamship lines were filed In New York Boston and Portland Mo The New Jersey State Sabbath As soclation an organization having for it object the extension of the Sunday ob Bcrvance laws has beentformed aI Trenton The Hamilton Tourist Hotel at WhiteI Springs Fla was burned with sever al cottages Tho guests barely escaped with their lives The loss is estimate at to the mercantile agent cies indicate little change in the general trado situation although finan clal conditions are easy with rates normalI were killed by a cycleru a strip of farming quarters of a mile wide and several miles long just North or Wesson Miss Five hundred idle men begged foi food at the office of the steel and Iron mills In West Seneca N Y Four were taken to the county hospital suffering from starvation- It is reported in London that W R Hearst and the Countess of Warwicl are to establish a newspaper in that city in the interest of labor and suf fragettes The Countess 3s to be the chief editor Tho flag of the American man ofwa Chesapeake was sold at auction in Lon don for 4250 to a London art dealer who also purchased the bugle whit Bounded tho charge of the Light Bri at Balaklava Fifteen Italians alarmed by the anonymous letters that have been cir culatcd left steeds Station Ind Philip Rock who had sold his house and was preparing to leave announced that he would remain In order to show that ho could not be frightened away Former Lieut Gov W P Thome an answer filed for a client who was sued by the Burley Tobacco Society which alleged that ho had sold a pools crop sets up the claim that tho Society of Equity Is a charitable organlzatloi and not empowered to sue and be sued The Tennessee Railroad Commission has issued an order directing President M H Smithor the Louisville and Nashville J W Thomas of the Nash ville Chattanooga and St Louis am J T Harahan of tho Illinois Central railroad to appear before it on February H- An indictment charging the American Tobacco Co with being a trust am combination in restraint of trade was returned by tho Franklin county gram jury which has been investigating tho ompany for several days The indictment charges that tho company enter id into combination to control the price of tobacco and corner the supply Skin Disease of Twenty Years Standing Cured I waRt you to know how much Chamberlains Salve has done for me- has cured my taco of a skin dlsoasi of almost 20 years standing I have been treated by several as smart phy clans as wo have In this country and hey did me no good but two boxes of this salvo has cured me Mrs Fan nlo Grlllen Troy Ala Clramberlalnt salvo Is for sale by all druggists Tho man who professes to bo a Democrat and obtains a nomination hereby is a traitor and a renegade when he deliberately repudiates tin mrtys nominee and edicts and is unworthy of respect or confidence Let 10 sunlj man bo trustedFrankfort Journal Tr What To Do When Bilious The right thing to do when you fool illious Is to tnko n dogj of Chamber lQlnn 8tgpnach and Liver Tablets Ihey will Cleanse tho stomach and egulato tho liver and bowels Try It Jrlco 25 cents samples free at nil Irugglsts II f 4I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The widow of Robert Stansberry 18 dead at London A Rev W S TayT raged 75 is den in Pulaski county Nelson Hinean old resident of Science Hill is dead Monroe Pennlngton has been appointed postmaster at Bertha Knox county Henry Simon Tuttle familiary known asIIHen Is dead at Monticello age 51 Daniel Duggins aged 69 and Miss Annie Elizabeth Hall 00ore dead In MercerClaude Price aged 17 was acqUittec of the killing of W II McllaVgue aged 50 in Pulaski yz A J Heatty postmaster at Cumber land Fall was struck and badly hurt by a Q C trainrJohn Calhoun Childress father o Dr W J Childress of Livingston dead in Rockcastlc y- Jud Hatcher shot and probably fatal iy wounded Charley Thompson In the Level Green section of Rockcastle The L 8 N paid tho administrator 6f James Taylor a 10000 judgment at Mt Vernon Taylor was killed by on- o the companys trains Whecdon Starks a Q R C brake maji was so badly crushed while coup at Georgetown that ho died 1Bshome was at Midway- HUSTONVILLEi 1 Services at the Presbyterian churcl Sunday morning and night Mornings bjegt The Personality of the Holy Spirit Evening subject Work W Dayt evening Feb 7 at Alty rris Opera House the Young La dies pt the Christian church will give a musical under the direction of our cele I rat d pianist Miss Melle Hopper assisted Angie Carpenter and a cbterie of excellent homo talent Prom inent among the musical celebrities from over the State who will take a prominent part In the program will be Prof J W Ireland of Stanford who may be appropriately termed King of Song Miss Mayme Marks of Dan ville a soprano of rare attainment Miss Lucy Lee Walton of Stanford will delight her many admirers Mr L C Terrell of Bourbon county and Prof J B Adams of Danville will ably assist with dp to date selections This will afford an opportunity to the large circle of friends of Miss Hopper who is the student of Prof Glovers to note tho delicate touch acquired from the best teachers after long and studi ous work Reserved seats at Yowells A lawyer in Rochester N Y has been Investigating British judicial methods and ho told the New York Bar As sociatlon that 23 English judges for a population of 82000100 dispose of as much business each year as 03 judges of the Supremo court of New York who try cases for only 8000000 people and in addition to this the English judges do as much business as all the Federal judges in the State of New York What is true of New York Is doubtless true of Kentucky Our judges ought to have moro pay but at the same time they ought to do more work I The Jumping Off Place Consumption had mo In Its grasp and I had almost reached tho jumping QIT placo when I was advised to try Dr Kings New Discovery and I want to say right now It saved my life Im provement began with the first botch and after taking one dozen bottles I was a well and happy man again II says George Moore of Grlmesland N C JVs a remedy for coughs and olds and a hoaler of weak sore lungs and for preventing pneumonia New Discovery is supreme 50o and 1 a t Pennys Drug Store Trial bottle free A prominent pastor tells this story- I visited a certain school one lay where Bible instruction was part of tho daily course and in order to test the childrens knowledge asked some questions Ono class of little girls looked particulary bright and I ask ed the tallest ono What sin did Adam commit 1DHe ate forbidden fruit Right Who tempted Adam l really Eve but the serpent And how was Adam punished l The girl hesitated and looked coq fused Behind her sat a little eight yearold who raised her hand and said Please pastor 1 know Wentellus How was Adam punished 1 to marry EveI1arpers Weekly Chamberlains Cough Remedy A Favorite We prefer Chambcrlalna Cough Hemody to any other for our child ren II says Mr L J Woodbury of wining Mich It has also done the work for us in hard colds anti croup and we nke itst a in recommend Ing it5r ForsaTeby all druggists v ASIVfthMQ HI CutPrice Sale All Winter Goods Must Bfe ijSold Regardless Cost of tf 1tt ii stockofSpring 4 820 Mens Suits cut to 1750 H II 1248i1500 5 u 1148 fir insoW a o48 1000 t 7J8 750 rV U 408 Slhb6 tlfJ 348 150QMeiVOvercoat9 Cut to 81008 i 150 A 1000 ufilu Gnl i750 it 8 tJn 4 n8 5ooctioo f 84815OU 3feaCravirret Itain Coats Cut to 1098 t 1 1250 yjXy 808 1 1000 r XMJs r II U C48 rat 84 Jleus 1IiSh Cut Shoed cut to 348 8350 Mens High Cut Slides cut to v 8S08 83 Mens IJgU9ut Shoes cut 16 82181 V The above are only a few ofthe we have fr you e in V mid see vent we have SAM ROBINSjYffltj r STANFORD KYt rOkthud r Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La lies and Gents Furnishings Etc J ry t4 TO HOUSEKEEPERS I The Standard Oil Cos ti- 7k INCORPORATEDI I r firv t N Celebrateds Lamp OiI t7 r 51i Io 1 r f- FLF f t If j FROOff I f Gives aPERFECT LIGHT and is su perior in every respect to the SoCall ed Fancy Oils for which you payrmore money Try it and be convinced For sale by all uptodate dealers HORSE BLANKETS Storm Aprons Carriage Heaters Blizzard Fronts if Try Our Adjustible Blizzards W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY Tu TRANSFER MONEY l8DY JLONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEIFOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY I To t t va atLJ The Interior Journal C WALTON J JHN J MOSERI countIanbJectparty M BRUCE countsoblectpetty JAMES C HAYS Is n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count inbject to the action of the Democrut party D C ALLEN Ii a cnmlldnto for Assessor or Ihncoln county subject to the nctlon of the Democrat party Democratic Ticket For tfnltcd States Senator J C W DKCKHAM ACCORDING to figures compiled by Dr H G Carroll who was In charge of the religious census in 1890 and who annually compiles the statistics of all American religious bodies 1907 was a comparatively poor year for the church cs their total galns in communicants being only about twothirds of what they were in 1906 Dr Carroll esti mates that there are 32983156 Chris tian communicants in the United States of whom a little more than onethird belong to some branch of the Catholic Church The net additions for the year he states to have been 627546 In the preceding year this net gain amounted to 931740 The grand total shows 161 731 ministers and 210199 churches Ii point of numbers of communicants the 10 leading religious bodies of the coun try are as follows Roman Catholics 11371970 communicants Methodist Episcopal 3036667 Southern Baptist 1981749 Colored Baptist 1778824 Southern Methodist 1673892 Northern Presbyterian 1312075 Northern Baptist 1155422 African Methodist 850000Protestant Episcopal 821240 Largest proportionate gains for the year are shown by Dr Carrolls sum mary to have been among the Christian Scientists German Evangelical Synod Lutherans Friends Methodists Cath olics Presbyterians Congregationalist and Baptists IT is three weeks today since the balloting for United States Senator began and nothing has been accomplishes save that a few Senators andRepresenta tives have proven themselves the wors traitors since Judas Iscariots day The patriots as the CourierJournal and other republican papers are wont to cal them are getting considerable cheat advertising but not enough to pay for the contemptible attitude they have placed themselves in Write the name of Campbell McKnight Lillard Klai and the Louisville trio indelibly on you memory and think of them whenever you hear of the Judas act being played ACQUITTED of the murder of Stanford White on the ground that he was insane at the time of the commission of the homicide Harry K Thaw wa ordered by Justice Dowling tr be committed to the Matteawan Asylum fo the criminal insane in New York unti such time as he can convince the State Lunacy Commission that his being al large will not endanger the public safety The second trial of Thaw created little or no interest at times there being only u few spectators in the court room TilE lower house of the Oklahoma Legislature passed a measure prohibiting the smoking Nof cigarettes in the State and providing for the infliction of a penalty of not less than 5 or more than 25 for each separate offense It is patterned after the Indiana law Should the act become a law Oklahoma would be a splendid State to reside in AFTER the joint ballot each day many of those who ate voting for Mr fleck ham pat on the backs those who are not voting for him and say to them that they are the real patriots Couri er Journal For downright lying the C J is entitled not only to the cake but to this years wheat crop as well WE learn with sincere regret that Editor F J Campbell of the Somerset Journal has been compelled to give up his editorial work for a while on ac count of ill health May the grand old soldier soon be well enough to take up his trenchant pen again THREE papers have suspended in Western Kentucky in the last few days They were started of course to fill a long felt want but failed to fill It is a very easy matter to start a paper The rub comes to keep it agoing POLITICAL The South Carolina House of Representatives voted down a State prohibition bill by a vote of 64 to 53 The North Dakota Republican State Committee at a meeting in Huron in dorsed Secretary Taft for the presi dential npminalion No decision has been reached as to who shall be surveyor of the port of Louisville Representatives Bennett and James edch claim their choice will land the plum Judge John S Wilkes of the Tennessee Supremo Court died in Pulaski TennLeaders of Congress are disposed tl recomIroads to make traffic arrangements PIGalvin who was made Collector of Internal Revenne Representative Langley will introduce a bill allowing pensions to Confederate soldiers who before the close of the war joined the Union army and re celved honorable discharges- In a speech before the Ohio Society of New York Senator Foraker put the blame of the panic on the muck rakers In which ho intimated Presi dent Roosevelt was one of the head leadersIn address before the Rcpublicai Club of New York City Gov Charles E Hughes made his first statement re specting national issues Ho unquali fiedly indorsed the administration of President Roosevelt The joint Legislative committee ti visit State College and the two normal schools went to Lexington where the members were shown over State Col lego and addressed the students Later they went to Richmond where a ban quet was spread in their honor W H McRidlcy colored of Cadiz it a candidate for delegate from the Slaleatlarge to the National Repub lican Convention this Summer He it the owner and editor of the Cadiz In former pastor of the Colored Baptist church principal of the Cadiz Norma and Theological College a lawyer and Notary Public He was a delegate from the First congressional district in 1900 to the Republican National Con vention at Philadelphia Oklahoma will have Jim Crow tele phones as well as Jim Crow cars if the Senate bill regulating telegraph and tel ephone companies which passed the Committee of the Whole in the Senate becomes a law says a Guthrie Okla telegram Senator Cline Graham of Marietta author of the Jim Crow lawI started the fire wcrks by offering ai amendment requiring separate waiting rooms and telephone rooms for whites and Negroes at all public telephone offices in firstclass cities A substitute was finally adopted which give the Corporation Commission discretionary powers in imposing this require ment upon the telephome companies MATRIMONIAL Warren Kennedy and Miss Selm Gumbert were married at Richmond Thomas Stewart formerly of Rock castle and Miss Mae Tully a charming Florida girl were married last week W D Claybrooke a prominen young lawyer and politician of daughra Ala were married Thursday A prenuptial agreement has bee signed by Miss Theodora Shonts daugr ter of Theodore P Shonts and the Dude e Chalnes who are to be married New York Feb 15 The agreement i t is announded is purely formal Miss Undueerwan Invalid was burned to a crisp while lighting a grate fire with coal oil at her home In Louisville Henry Marshall colored was so badly burned by a fire caused by sparks upon the bed on which he wo sleeping that his recovery is despaired of Maggie Bolden a four year oi colored girl while playing before grate fire received burns which will cause her death This May Interest You No one is immune from kidney trou ble so just remember that Foleyi Kidney Cure wilt stop the Irregularities and cute any case of kidney and bladder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of medicine Pennys Drug Store Mrs Hilda Holinquist unable to es cape from the third floor of a burning apartment in Kansas City dropped her- child from the window into the arms of a man below and then jumped Th child was unhurt but Mrs Holinquist received fatal injuries While hunting ground hogs In the cliffs of Kentucky river in Mercer Be- Long p Jr fell headlong over the cliffs a distance of 50 feet and was perhap- fatally wounded by the discharge of gun which he had in his hand For Rheumatic Sufferers The quick relief from pain afforded by applying Chamberlains Pain Bulm takes it a favorite with sufferers from rheumatism sciatica lamo back luin bajto and deep seated and muscula- oains For solo by all druggists George McDougal engineer at Jones Lumber Company sawmill near Wil amaburg was killed by being caught on a shaft while fixing a belt in the mgine room lie was dead when found Prince Manuel was proclaimed King ManluelCrown Prince Henry Wilson was killed by a falling tree near Middlesboro The tree was apparently sound and no wind was blow- Ing rb r GreatReductionSale Beginning Next Saturday Morning February 8tIli 4 We will offer you a SALE such as we believe Stanford has not seen y It will last THREE WEEKS WBE fl GRSH SRLIN- ot an item will be charged See hand Bills And This Space ext Issue For Special Prices i H J McRoberts Stanford NOTICE Notice U hereby given that I will apply on CoinmlMlonerN at FrankhnFARM FOR SALE 165 acres near Klngivllle Ky one mile from railroad station Alioutf acres clear ed balance good tolmcco land whenclearwl good arm bouse and stock Darn frame stuff tobacco burn all rwly to put up 1lviitn ateryauncorrbanlonogrowthf yuuny timber Must KlngivllI Ky ouclentUlealJetlnenyaami material guarantee satisfactory charges moderate Permanently tentruI Telephone l1ulldlnlUUIIOIIIIIKy Graduated Optometry sm nx swtsews THE MIDWINTER T RM ojensJuii21tDo you unit In tho liven most ambitious mithuilastlo and professional body of teacHcrs ever gathered together for In Kastern Kentucky tlupcrlntendentnowIf you have not already done so end write nasire Address U N HOAHK Richmond Ky Weak Kidneys Nervt Weak RTheeeKldnylikeltheIIesrtkenddthe Stomach find their weakness not in the organ guiderft medIcine specifically prepared to reach these controlling nerves To doctor the Kidneys alone la futile It Is a waste of time and of money ai wellIt your back ashes or Is weak If the urine scalds or is dark you bare tymptomi of Bright or other digressing or dangerous kid ney disease try Dr Bhoop Bcttoratlre a month Tablets or Liquid and see what It can and will do for you Druggist recommend and sill Dr Shoops Restorative PENNYS DRUG STORE POSTED trleU1forbidpnitlnK on our placee and will pro iut vi IRWIIVnplt Will 11111111III Lawrence Reuben urns J Hooker J M ivttus T AItlee Morgan CQumttil Amnndl 8ehnen r Irwn Kerrlll JI Jlolltvlnw O xv hasty MrsJP Pulllimi It I Ilillluni llalmttr Mrs Katbr hue Astor IlelfOr Inxton tehlevtulbunbon S Otto J NP l1I lIrtrIO M Reek Joxpli Hull ou M ItflK Mr Jill lUiInen- DrJ II Cauteniwb JUnrxnii r Mrs Iteljwiu ItUnrientar W V Martin A 3f Irt J H Thompson ThonmsKerrlll Jne U Hkldmorv liiivhl llurton J H lluneli MC lllolmril on Joseph KniM MU MattlH hexes llron Fred onOrutlIgolI It Kttiilni TraylorillburnFred llnuiiiiuii Ulclinnl theater Owsley Dunn Henry jester Will enter 0 NuniitlKv W C Floyd J U Jnrvli JItCkIJ K IIt11C1J It1I11JobnDan ure MrsN Ii bode C 1 Tithe David Htevens John Jufu- rWuItO Ourhnm Hout- HivdlotllbOllck llundorf- UhrtitlunAdeline trnlR Jiicoli J Jrhoupsoil Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Flat National Hank of Mhanfonl Ky lIIY- v Joe K Karrli tot III Defendant Notlye of Hale 1ursunnt to n Judgment of the Lincoln Mrcult Court rendered In the shove styled action on October thin thu undersigned Master Coinmliidoncr will on MONDAY KKIIUUAItY lOtli l between and 2 r In front of the court bouoe door InHtanford Kysellnt public outcry to tho highest and bust bidder the rent estate hereinafter described The turn to lie realized from this stile U tsu2wills Interest thereon ut tho rate of six per cent per annum from He rtembur it until paid together with the rusts of this action The Judgment In the above tyhod notion win In favor of the Mild First National hook or Htanforu Ky by which on DccumlKrlU18Vl the tald Judgment wile transferred to N M lluchiinun at whose Initance this sale Is to bo made The said real estate Is In Lincoln County Kyln the town of Mllledgevlllu and In eludes the steam mill It it hounded as follows beginning In the center of the street orroad thence H78 K Iii roles links to n gate post thence N 71 K poles in links to tho garden fence thence K polenSUllnks to a stake thence H M K M poles crossing tbo brunch thence HU W IS links to M Hllndh gll Ilne thence IIl1eltblIICIIthe fence thence N w ton stone thence 2 K poles link to n stone thence N 87 W an poles links to center of WIld thence 3 w 21 poles 0 links to this Rglnnlng containing acres 2 roods 27 holes of land Tbu sale will be nimlo on credits of six and welvo moulds one half of the purchase toIkouch or the suhl iHirlods of time For tbo inrcbiiso price rd to give bond whtltappruvedsecurity pay iblo to tho Commissioner and bearing In ereit lit the rate of six per cent annum rom dote of sale until paid ficurod Ion on tin land sold The told laud will- lipye the force and eircct of Judgment GEO B SAUFLEY M C fC C NO BETTER COUGH REMEDY is made than our Compound Syrup of White Pine end Tar k 25c a Bottle rs1 PENNYS DRUG STORE Btnnford Kentucky DO IT NOW Get Aldridge to put you on a tin roof th tiwill keep you dry and catch good clean wa ter in a galvanized gutter Pipe it to the cis tern put on a cast iron cistern top that will last a life time and a galvanized buckett pump to purify and pump the water S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky V j If You Want the Purest and Best ft 1J 4pDrugsJr t tat 1 1 v STANFORD DRUG CO tOt f I6 4- t ATTENTION YE LADIES We have just received our January line of HandWoven Torschon Laces Insertions and Bead kings 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 compelle- di place orders with the importer six months ahead oftime to get the special values we offerI 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 CX SON STANFORDSouthE Depotrgfeinand 11 BTANFOUD KY Fwu 1100 TRY some of our Imported Puro Olive Oil 35c and GOc a bottle Drul Store PERSONALS MR JOHN LUTES wont up to Ml Vernon Sunday HON W IL SHANKS la down with a eovero spell of grip nt Frankfort MR W M UnioilT was to his homo for several days with ripd Miss DOLUE GOODB of Mitchells was tho guest of Mrs B D Car tertMR WILL SEVERANCE brother Mr A II Severance at Cor binMiss GERTRUOB Nom of Danville was tliQ guest of her father Rev II R Noel MRS UOIIEHT II YOUNG of Louts vllle was the guest of Mrs George D CooperMRSS M Owns of tho West End Is with her ilnUTj Mrs M II Collins In Memphis DR Co A COX who is now located aL Jonesboro Tenn Is hero with friend and relatives PRETTY Miss LIUJAN GARNRR of Crab Orchard was tho gut of Mrs H D Carter MR LuBffunilUNK nnd little child ten of liradfoniivlllc wero gusts ot Mrs Mary AdamsIMR KEBNE Itm and family ofI I Lexington are with hit parents Mr Sand Mrs John Lutes MRS J C McCLARY of Stnnfqtd Is the gucitof Mr and Mrs S M SIlU- C1eylornnkfortJournl1l t G D HiKJiine hat ao ceptgd a position with the Q C rOIl ta rant Somerset Republican MR II 0 FBIUULL storokceper gaugor has been transferred from Tv nnd to Mr W II Traylora distillery MR JAMM FRYB of Lexington WAS hire yesterday lie looks like tho Cap Ital of the Blue Gross agrees witl htm MRS J M WRLL8 of Carllsla spent several days with her father and broth or W A and N W Fowle at Rowland MR AND MRS M F LAWRBNCR hat a enjoyable dinner a few days BK Th honor of 83r l birthday of her mother Mrs Spas Anderson MR G It HACKLEY of Chicago general Western agent of tho Nation Mexico hu our thanks for n beautiful calendar advertising that great railroad News comes from Jonesboro Tenn that a 1O pound daughter arrived at th o homo of Mr C E Friday She has been named Llllio Ilubcr and is Mr Coxs fifth daughter CAIIEU OWENS was hostess Wednesday afternoon at tho regular meeting of the La Duzaino Club The Durham of Danville were vis- Iting guestsSomerset Times G H MOHEK who is studying tolcg raphy with tho night agent at depot was in Livingston Tuesday to be examined as an with good mnrkslAndon Sentinel Mr Mottcr is a son of Mr William Mo ser of this county LOCALS V MY Spring and Summer harness has Arrived Call in nndico It J C Mc VCIary t l SILVXRLACE Wyandotte Roosters or pure strain for sale Mrs A J Rice- R F D Moreland Ky FISH eliccrl ham dried beef beef tongue and Frankfurt style sau sago Saturday at Farris ON account of having to move we will continue to sell at cost for tho nex 15 days Cummins Wearen TllERB will bo lots of dancing and singing at the opera house Thursday night when Sis in New York will hold the boards Admission 25c 35c 60c HE SAW IT Whether Fob 1 or 2 is ground hog day it matters little The little scamp saw his shadow and for six weeks more we are booked for bad weatherED a Negro who worked for Blcdaoo Bailey very mysteriously dis appeared Inst week The arrange part about it is that hu left with Mr Bailey in his debt- CiIARLES LYONS who bought the Dawson Mill on the Hanging Fork put in new machinery at a cost of about 3000 and Is turning out fine flour He has installed a gasoline engine to housed when water is too low for power f CARLOAD of Pioneer Wire Fence just received E T Pence PLACE your order for Amercan fence at once At Ceo II Farris CLOTIIDS cleaned dyedand repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop FOR SALEA 250egg incubator and brooder Mrs hoary D Holderman Stanford pLOST In Waltons Opera House Fri to night u black scarf Return to office SUNDAY morning was tho coldest ofA dIstered Irlyenryears account Bcazlcy Bros Tim C W B M meet with Mrr CETatoat 230 Wedne after noon A full attendance is dlliredCI FOR eeed bcaring ginseng plants 1000 small plants and 7000 seeds All for 40 A P Brackctt Stanford Dons LOST One female with twoS spots on back and clouded ears tho other a male blue speckled with short tail Reward If found J T Hacklny Jr R F D No2 Stanford Kyn BHAR In mind that the prices for Sin New York at Waltons Opera House Thursday night next are reduced to26cr Nc and fcOc LoU of singing and danc ing nnd tho funniest kind of a rural play ON account of tho shows of Fob C and Feb 14 Sis of New York ondf Nip and Tuck respectively the will closed this week and next A a big masquerade rink is the next thing in the skating line NOTICE Having removed on Lan caster street opposite tho courthouse I solicit your trade in all kinds ort repairing of watches clocks jewelry and graphophones Also such things sold on small commission Robt Fen set Stanford Ky Mn HARRY C BAUOHMAN took charge of his work as assistant cashier of the First National Bank Saturday morning Mr W H Wearer who has served the institution faithfully and well in that capacity took his place as partner In the late firm of Cummins Mc Clary IF the new council would order High cation street continued to Danville avenue a long felt want would be fillet It would provo a great convenience ands at the same time open up a splendid building section Let the gentlemen composing tho city council consider tho Ivisability of this and consult some of the people they are serving The street should bo opened Tim colored public school will hold its commencement exercises at tho hap tilt church hero Friday night next There are three graduates James lug gins Ethel Helm and Bessie Cook Dr Tardif who has taught the school here for many years will leave in a few weeks for Cynthlana to practice medi cine He Is a credit to his race and we are sorry to know that ho will leave Stanford THERE was talk of a petition being circulaticd asking Representative W H Shanks to voto for Senator Me Crenry for U S Senator Of course such a thing will not be done Mr Shanks stated time and again during this race that he would support Gov Bcckham and ho will do it to his cred it bo it said However should such a petition bo put in circulation Rev Ed Hubbard who is carrying around Ca leb Powers paper asking for a pardon might be prevailed upon to take that along too Sis In Yorkthetitle of the offering which comes to Waltons Opera House on Thursday Feb 6th and Itre veals the merry Hoosier lass in a new role A visit to tho great metropolis permits of many chances for fun and Sis runs tho gamut from shaking hands with Oscar of tho WaldorfAstoriu mailing a souvenir post card In the fire alarm box and nearly causing a riot trying to stop the trolley cars by stand ding on the track She takes with hers the characters that have followed her through her laughing adventures since the author discovered her down in Posey county Indiana Sis in her now play ought to boa winner 9dIiP SEE the Chattanooga Plow before you buy Geo H Farris up JUST received a carload of White hMcKlnnuyFIVE THOUSAND rods American Field Wlro Fence in stock W K Perkins Crab Orchard Ky SBND in the amount due on your subscription or we will be compelled by law in stop your pnplreTug Aide Society of the ChrisT church will meet with Mrs James Dudderar at 2 oclock sharp Satur afternoon FOR RUNT OR SALt Two large store of In tho best business block in the of Stanford Ky J S OwsleySr ZW Ashland Ave Lexington Ky FOR RBNT Storeroom 20x40 feet location and in good repair Pos of can bo given within 30 days Splendid location for any kind of mercantile business A E Albright Bred head Ky A MEETING of tho stockholders the Laundry Co is called for lu oclock this Tuesday morning at tht laundry Business of importance is to bo attended to so make it to attend if you are a stockholdertI Tiinim being only a few of the stockholders of tho Crab Orchard Fair Association present at tho ad journod meeting Saturday the old officers and directors will hold over for the present year as per the charter of the association SOMERSET to have an uptodntev department The council has been authorised to purchase three horses and big lot of fire fighting apparatus Stanford might emulate with profit the cxamploof the Queen City of tho MountainsAcqulTrnDMr B W Durham Junction City druggist was acquitted at Danville Saturday for the killing of James Givens a Negro The trouble occurred at a picnic at Junction City after Givens boy had cut Mr Durhams sonIIT should bo remembered that anonv mons communications receive no atten tion at this oflice A death notice was received Friday and might have been published in this issue had the sender signed his name It ought not to be necessary forus to state more than a dozen times a year that we do not publish anonymous communications Let this notice suffice for all time to come IF the Democratic Legislators were to agree to such a gerrymander of the State as is proposed by tho Repub licans they should be coplined in the institution for simples The bill to that end is as partisanly Republican as could be drawn As an instance Lincoln county is put with Casey and Pulaski making a Republican district so strong that no Democrat need ever apply And there are others as bad II J MCRODERTS tho gents fur nisher will begin a great reduction sale next Saturday Feb 8 Ho brought up copy telling of the great reductions he will make but it came too late for this issue Watch his space next Issue and you will read of somo heretofore un heard of bargains he will other during the sale which will last three weeks See his prices before you make your purchases in clothing shoes hats etc etc HUTCHISON Daley Franklin Hutch ison son of Mr Tim W Hutchison died at his homo near Highland last week aged 21 He was a hardworking hon orable young man and his death has cast a gloom over his section On lost Thanksgiving day ho united with the Mt Moriah church and had since at tended its services when his health would permit lie married Miss Mag gie Singleton who died Jan 1 190G Much sorrow is felt for his parents and loved ones in their lossITHE young ladles the Christian church of Ilustonville are preparing for a delightful musical entertainment at Alcorns Opera House in that little city next Friday evening 7th Among the 10Kood singers that will take part are Prof J W Ireland of this place Mr J B Adams of Danville and the celebrated Hustonville quartette Irof L C Terrell of Paris n violin virtuoso will render several numbers Go and enjoy a highclass entertainment at the small admission price of 25c and 35c THERE is said to bq more fun stored in the new play Sis in New York than in any that she has had There U plenty of chance for good comedy andi playwrights have proven in the that they know how to supply the Hoosier funmaker with plenty of opportunity If you are there when she and Zeko show Pierpont Morgan how they danco in Posey county Indiana you will got your moneys worth Sis New York comes to Waltons Op House for one night onlynext Feb C See her CHURCH The Second Presbyterian churchone the first in Louisville was gutted by fireRev S M Shaw a wellknown Bap tint preacher is dead in Warren county aged 80- Rev D M Walker the new pastor the Christian church arrived Saturday and preached two excellent sermons Sunday Rev Frank II Vernor pastor of the Christian church at HIckman has cepted Corydon a call to the Christian church acj With an enrollment of 200 were 201 teachers and pupils at the Baptist church Sunday school says Harrodsburg Herald Elder J B Marcum of Louisville has accepted tho call tendered by the Antioch Christian church in the Summit community in Hardin county The Members of Broadway Baptist church Louisville extended a unanimous call to Rev Dr Edwin Poteat president of Durham University Green S Cto become their pastor The protracted meeting conducted by Rev 0 M Huey at tho South End Baptist church has resulted in 14 addi tions and this number wore baptized last Wednesday evening The meeting has been of much benefit to a large number of people Somerset Times Foleys honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and expels the cold from the system as it is mildly laxative It Is guaranteed The genuine is in the yellow package Pennys Drug Store The building containing tho mechan ical department of the Cleveland Plain Dealer was destroyed by fire The loss is estimated at 200000 Traffic has been opened over the Jul fa railway connecting and Persia Lumber For Sale All kinds of ItoiiKli Lumber for wli Illlh- nlnd nil short noll e Grist mill In coimec lion Mill Oil irx n rlvur Jumlx rood rt mlif Knttot McKlmioy Terry Newell MrKlnmty Ky NOTICE I AIIIMIOII hnvliiR claims t the es tiiUof the Irate Henry arid are notlllwl ti l rvMnt to nix proptrly proton for piiymon not Inter thou deb W U n OlmrUa vr Adnir Cmb Orchard Ky 10 REWARD I Ior the nrrvt and conviction of arty jKirioi trttupiiBiiliiK upon my harm tiny or night 01 to mock in triivtllnt the put He iilgliwuyior Injury to stock from the Innis of oller ieople tllnrpenUr 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Kentucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre stated Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court J1 KilEU Plaintiff Versus Mnttle Hlitughtcr Itofemlant Notlcu of Hnl- oPtifuant to n Judgment of the IlncolnOtr cult Court the undersigned Muster Commis slonor will on- MONDAY KK1WUAIIY IOUs 1KB Iwtwvvn t and 2 In front of the court house door In Htanford Ky soil nt public outcry to the highest and host bidder thp real estate hereinafter described the sum to bo ronlUed from the sale being 13110 with por cent Interest thereon from October 1- 2lIullllltll paid together with the costs of IhU action file said real oitnte la In Lincoln County Kentucky NoSand bounded us follows beginning on the East side of Ihl Uttenhelm pike thence N sly K poles to n stono corner to lot No thence MM K 5 poles to n stone thence 85 W poles to ktonethenco N BIH W 2i poles to thn ninglelII ihojmmo lot conveyed to Mitt tluKlaunluer by deed of Matilda Hutcher dated liofl and recorded In the olllce of the clerk of the Lincoln County sale will bo made on n credit of six mouths the purchnserwlll required to give loud for the with approved personal security to tho Commissioner bearing Interest nt tho rato of six coat pot nnnum from the date of IlIlellntJllNIlt- IGEDD SAUFLEY M C L C C f i LJDIES 1iesa ars Do you knew that Spring is upou us With it comes the newest cleanest most complete nnd up to date lino of Sprin4 Goods it illS ever been our pleasure and privilege to show yodr sg We want you to see our lino of Foiledunord Amoekeag and ArrF C Ginghams New Plaids and Striped Silk Waist Pat hr terns White Blue Brown Ton Plum Pink and Gray Lin one for Shirt Waist Suits and Waists Large flail Lineu in white sheer and cool the newest thing for waists Brown and Blue Mercerized Iongeo at 40c per jd Brown Blue White Quill Black Voiles at SI per yd Brown and Light Blue in tlioE f Plaid Pongee Silk at 75c per yd Bluo Brown Tan Whilo Pink Green fluid Plaids in Soisettesat 2Cc por yd All gradest of Linen Lawn from 25c to SI per yd Goods to suitvii queens taste at the store o- fTRIBBLE HUGHES t Dry Goods Notions Shoes g Opera House Block Opposite Court House I j STANFORD KENTUCKY J r4- rM Breaking The Laugh Record II Sis In etfl- I Yorki A Screamingly Funny Farce founded on the Merry Hoosier Lass Visit to the Metrop olis The greatest laughing play she has had in years Hiram Handy Zeke and John Will help with the Hilarity You cant stop a trolley car by standin on the track Sis Waltons Opera House Thursday February 6thfPrices 25c 35c and 50c 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 menus a great Sacrifice t1l1ii slaughter of values Calicoes 6c Spool Cotton 5c Clothing o3 per cent on Ladies Cloaks half off We can not carry these over if prices will unload Shoes Ladies and Childrens from 50c to 8150 the kind wo sell from SfJ to 350 We cleft enumerate here ou paper but can nt the store Come onlyICHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter Buy Your Harness Plow Gear Trace Chains Cole v lars and Harness from Geo De HoppeKs Stanford Ky H SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE HIGHGRADE I I ARTISTIC WALL PAPERSFine Wall has lead by fur the tuck ill Cenlrnl Kentuckyand tune selected by nilOur enthusiasm over really Papers us intobuying I much fine paper and this surplus must bo sold To dispose of this ocrorty Thousand Rolls at OneThird Regularox1wrt nail the prkes bring these fine Papers down oven loc Jhnn the COnl stock we will begin molt papers nf0 sold Mpst of these arc In room lots anti oni7 V10 i etyro consisting of more thanPrices Ml that the leper JOll select will he your exclusive style prices below nail come in curly nud get first selection PapersvlC Roll lOc RollAtthis price we are now sellin ROIItrom i 15 25ctthat of ordinary goods A E cIB 3tJ 1ii flAIN STREET XtaLri11The Journal Entered in the PMtOffice at Stanford at itxmdclau tnatrr- PUBWsnan TUeSDAYS AND HUDAYB AT 100 PER YEAR CASH JeVWhen not so paid SiOO will be charged L N TImE TRBLE No Mouth HI PM No 3 Mouth lisa p x No si North 433 A No a North SW P x JOS1S RICE Agent Rhode Island Reds IbhveT5HlugleCoutb Rhode Island Itetl and yearling hons for tale IIt1 each Must bo disposed of to iiinke room for bq ding pensMrs L B COOK rHunford Ky Jesse W Sweeney itorsirroR Livery Food and Salo Stable Lancaster Kyuu B D CARTER Now Liven Depot Street Phone 96 5T NFO KENTUCKY Joseph 3244 Vol I Is pure bred and has In accepted for reg ls 1n the llrtt volume of The American- TamwortbHwtneRecorttAssoclatlou Book under the tbo association and will t NollItIUlRboe Hire Edward No SW dtita AleiHiidrn No3tI7 Hire of Bin Jtnple tJOllfr Hriiw NoKOJUniu of HlreOiiundlon II GlUeZIH Hire of dam Kentucky Boy No 175J darn of dam Golden Dnys o It Is well known that the Tamwurth Hwlne Is the klchest prlmiwlne on the market Ills sire award weight lets at years 110 h dRill AleX8l1drn tlsoldlot 111X0 IIUweiKhtSMnt months Hn crosses well with every breed will stand htJn lit Il cah JOHN OOOK Htanford Ky Fruit and Orna mental Trees S Skrubs rapo Vince Asparagu- s1rerythiog for Orchard Lawn and Garden Wo employ no agents Catalogue on application II F IllLLKXMKYEIl Soss- Lexington Ky JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture fiiattingaRuge They willexchange Furniture for oil Kimla of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right StattP01a D KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer andIDealer in Harness SaddlerI STANFORD KY- oreebone1a7 Jloina IhonuaJ t FARMERS DEPARTMENT WANTED Cattle to feed 350 shocks of fine fodder Calvin C Carpenter Hustonville 2t Q Shumate of Newbern Tenn sold to E J Marcum of Arkansas a Peavino saddle colt for 300 W P Watson sold to J W Bridges of Owen county his farm on the Frankfort pike near Georgetown of 107 acres at 142 FOR SALE175 good ewes bred to good bucks will lamb about February 20 J J Thompson Stanford R F U No4 The value of last years potato crop is put down at 1190000000 The use ful tuber Is more in evidence in food than corn or whest 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 A small black gilt came to my place during Christmas week Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep John S Baughman Stan ford Fon 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 1 Stanford Ky Phone 534 FOR SALE45 highgrada Jersey heifers bred to registered Jersey bull and will find calves in February and March Will sell any number to suit the purchaser C T Bohon Son Lebanon Ky FOR SALE Thoroughbred Duroc Jer sey boars Spring farrow Plymouth Rock cockerels Harris and Sid Conger strain 1 each R H Crow Shelby City R F D No2 box 28 Also six or eight nice Bronze gobblers Neglected Colds Threaten Life From the Chicago Tribune Dont trifle with a cold Is good advice for prudent men and women It may be vital in tho case of a child Proper food good ventilation and warm dry clothing are the proper safeguards against colds If they are maintained through tho changeable weather of autumn winter and spring tho chances of a surprise from ordi nary colds wilPbe slight But tho or dinary light cold will become severe If neglected and a well established ripe cold Is to the germs of diphtheria what honey Is to the bee Tho greatest menace to child life at this season of the year is a neglected cold Whether It is a child or adult the cold slight or severe the very best treatment that can be adopted is to give Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is safe and sure The great popu larity and immense sale of this preparation has been attained by its re AicoldIt is given For sale by all druggists I OTTENHEIM Owing to the bad weatherthe saw mills in this section have been lying inI a dormant stage There is a good joke going the rounds on some of our boys in this com munity They got up a crowd and went to sharavari a newly married couple and after they got through with their bois torous noisy bell ringing gun firing and horn blowing they found to their chagrin that there was nobody at home They had been serenading an empty houseLeslie Anderson who left last week to attend the Normal School atRich mond will be greatly missed as he is a Christian young man and was teacher in the Bible class of Pino Grove Sunday School Mrs W T B White paid her son W T White the merchant of this place a visit last week J A Hollis is moving to his new home near High land It is with much regret that we give him and his good family up We cheerfully commend them to theJIgood citizens of that community Mrs Hen ry James who has been quite ill is some better- Suffering and Dollars Saved E S Loper of Marllla N 1 says III am carpenter and have had many severe cuts healed by Bncklens Arni Salvo It has saved me suffering and dollars It Is by far thebost heal ing salve I have ever found Heals burns sore ulcers fever sores ecze mnal1d1111119 J3c at Pennys Drug Store w Chronic Cured conIsUpMlonous ailments Orino Laxatlvo Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation as it aids digestion and stimulates tbo tho liver and bowels restoring the natural action of tho organs Commence taking it today and you will feel better at once Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or toke11efu50 Night riders surrounded the grocery store of John Collins at Golden Pond Trigg county covered the proprietor with pistols and held him prisoner while they smashed one barrel of whisky nine cases of beer and a quantity of wine and liquors in bottles men were in tho band They tigeriCollins with running u blind Keeping Open House Everybody is welcome when we feel good und we feel that way only when our digestive organs are working properly Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the action of stomach liver and bowels so perfectly one cant help feeling good wjian he uses those pills 25c at Pennys Drug Store In a speech before the Ohio Society at a banquet John D Archibald vice president of the Standard Oil Com unfairbusinessDr Beverly M Deck ham aged 82 one of the most prominent physicians of Shelby county is dead John Atwood has been appointed postmaster at Nciby Casey county IGILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Tap ono wont for It lint come nml see All KCxxN oolil tl rrtlurwl Nee i Mm RIIIInIIPIIIlrrIII11 llul M MvnN KrllrullorIt JHMITir A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY hhce over McRoberts Drug Store in tho Oweloy Build- ingNOTICE Lincoln Illvull Court UU VumnHi Ailmr lIrtvslt r WAr rells Heirs Kit 1WU Nolle lretlllors of the Into of It O Wnrren d ct a wlnr illriitMl to preterit t hpi r alai proprljr proven to tbe umlersiKnnl Mutter Conimli r nt bU attire Htnnront Ky onur before K mime nut pro seated wllliln tlinltlmr will not be allowed OKO U SAUFLEV M C L C a McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors miller In and nmnufnrturem of Iranlta nml MurW Momumiili KlmtOta Work 7kMcRl INSURANCE rite Mghtntnc WlodHtorm Life and leotclcnt None but the 8TIIONOKHT nod 1KHT Companies Represented Lowest los- UnequalledraTalke wltba 1mylntlUo YlAHONY Stanford Kentucky IU ldeoee Phone Noa EXCEEDINGLY LOW RATES WAY AND ROUND TRIP TO lONE WEST SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWESTVIA THE ERSON ROUTE fJi KY COLONISTROUND WAYTickets DailyjOKLAHOMA CITY290 PORTLAND ORE1170ALA- MOGORDO N M 3500 SEATTLE WASH 4170 DALHART TEXAS n 3250 TACOMA WASH 4170 FT WORTH TEXAS 3250 SPOKANE WASH 4170 SAN ANTONIO TEXAS 3250I SAN FRANCISCO CAL 4070 EL PASO TEXASu 1150 LOS ANGELES CAL 4070 CORRESPONDINGLY LOW RATES TO OTHER POINTS For further information address PAUL ESCOTT Trav Pass Aei t L J IRWIN Gen Pus Agent LOUISVILLE KYI =This lire German f oi l ij Iron J vr nrs r iii Mins liluh weighs about lliOO pnnnTn or Rfif II YON fnnii in ubren ir oiniinv Iq a lino In HvllTUll lin ms ter lf tfl ijtjl ucni tiI lii it L viiy Ifn OIUlble furhut I 5c Interior Constipation For Sale And Exchange No ISA Brick manufacturing plant otljooo easy terms lrrdermodernresiden- ce and 1a acres land t0epence ltherrood change for 5ooo or sooo arm In Iulk invoiceproierseBlue Grass farm No6 Pine twastory brick mercatIJile No 3o2 114 acres one mile east of llodl Switch on Somerset od Stanfordbuilding with large uplodale clothing and gents furnishing business and raid tulles from Somerset One frame dertakeri business operated by same firmhouse of five rooms and one Ipj house of doing business of SJ cooper annum rooms barn and outbuildings Land fine brick residence with bath room baselays well aDIIIroductS 10 corn ment hot air heat located on Main per sire If taught at oncrt can be had in Mmticello This U an excellent orporfor 1200 It is a bargain 0 rchandiahhedplaces in the town New railroad being which Is doing business of 23600 annu sellingcompletedynesbercityNo 2 Fourroom cottage new finish loisor can be divided into suDiirbln farm goalGoodWo have nil kinds of properties for sale and exchange If 1 ntorctcd write us tolling just what you want or what you have for sale or exchange JIISomerset Real Estate Agency 1Somerset Ivy Just received hig lute of these Call nlll nee the merits in thorn fvcr t else the market FAKKIHlanything on GEO II i First National Officers Stanford Ky J 8 UOOKKU dank h 5y 8 T flaunts V PrufJ J MCHODERTB 3 5 Capital Stock 50000fW II Thlslnitltntlon orlginallyenabUbedDJrBotor3 iIu the Deposit Rank of Btnbford In IBII theo reorpanlicd as the National flank of Stanford In 1863 and again reorganliid as y Reid UanTlllt the Flat National flask of Stanford In T hauls Stanford 1881 having had practically an uninter J Mocker Stanford rupted existence for 4S Ufl It Is better K L Tanner supplied now with facilities for tranisct M D Elmore Stanford 5tanfoi8beoreJar Robinson Hubble J II Ilauebman Stanford Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries nod Cor J Pettu Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford porations Solicited t r the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KtntucRy 1Surplus i S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER t J0 PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORSI 1 J B a StanfordJohn t ter TraylorGilberts I II Cummins Preachersville Lilluirn itGooch Gilberts Creok 0 42- I I