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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t t jC I t THE INTERIOP JOURNAL f I VOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7 1908N097 i I KINGSVILLE Rev J G Livingston will preach for tho Christian church hero another year beginning his services tho fourth Sun day in February E W Creighton was In Durgln last week Mrs M IL Crclghton has pur chased of W IL Saunders df liurgin a pretty and comfortably dwelling and will take possession of it about the 10th of this month Mr Slado of Lexington was here this week in the interest of tho Monte negro Rheim Piano Co Marion Wi liams wife and children of Eubanks returned homo after uvliit to relatives S hero Cabell D Woods of Stanford spent sovcral days with friends here last week Mrs Major Smith is visit- Ing relatives at Uurgln Miss Salllo Routed of Hustonville was tho guest of her cousin Miss Emma Routs n Mis Corinno Johnson of Mt Olive is the guest of her sister Mrs 0 A Wal ter Miss Mary E McKee is at home from her school at Danville for a visit Edmund Murphy Is very ill Dr C M Thompson Is in Michigan on business V N Hastln and wife have returned from Wilmoro and oro guests of Science Hill relatives Mr and Mrs Robin Rlgney and daughter Miss Della and little grand daughter are the guests of Craig Butt and family at Somerset Klan isno Fool Wo knew Billy Kluir when ho was a little newsboy and staked him once with 25 cents when he was financially embarrassed We havo been a close ob server of his rise from a newsboy to barkeeper from barkeeper to hotel proprietor from hotel proprietor to bank director and from bank director to a representative in the House and door manager for tho Democratic sidu It goes without saying that ho has ac complished more for tho college and the public institutions than either Clay Beck or Brccklnridgo or any other Rep roicnUtlvo Now because ho has cut a complimentary voto for our distin guished fellow citizen John It Allen there are tow who believe that he ia go ing to perform the Judas Iscariot act Wo will not believe it until he commits suicide by voting against tho nominee The Republican anti mugwmp pap eta like the CourierJournal are making or rather trying to make capital out of this complimentary vote of Klaira by shouting one more member has do Bcrted Dcckham forgetting that they are branding tho deserter as a Benedict Araok No gentlemen of the quill the lion William may be a shrewd poll tician but he is not a oolDlck Reed In tho Lexington Equity Journal Stop that tickling Cough Dr Shoopft Cough Cure will surely stop It and with perfect safety It la so thoroughly harmless that Dr Shoop tolls mothers to UIO nothing oleo even with very young babies fho wholesome preen leaves and stems of a lung hoallntrmountatnougshrub furnish tho curative properties to Ur Snoops Cough Cure It calms thorough and heals the sensitive bronchial mom brancs No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or suppress Demand Dr Shoopn Tnko no other Pennys Drug Store A mase meeting of the farmers of Henry county in which both those who favor raising a crop this year and thoso opposed took part was held at New Castle J Campbell Cantrill spoke CorI the Burley Tobacco Society urging tho farmers not to raise a crop while Judge Ben F took tho other aide of tho question When an effort was made to take i voto on tho question tho meet- Ing broko up in disorder both sides claiming a majority of those present A weak Stomach mewanweak Stom ach nerves always And this U also true of tho Heart and Kidneys Its a pity that sick ones continue to drug the Stomach or stimulate tho Heart and Kidneys Tho weak nerves not the organs themselves need this holp This explains why Dr Shoops lies torativo tins and is promptly helping HO many sick ones It goes direct to tho cause of these diseases Test this brigStoreTho first silk hat was worn q4 the streets of London by John Hctherlnton a haberdasher on January 1797 He was arrested for inciting a riot but was dismissed with a reprimand Foloys Honey and Tar cures tho most obstinate coughs and expels tho cold from tho system as it Is mildly laxative It Is guaranteed Tho genuine is in tho yellow package Drug Store iJudgn M L Jarvla was stricken with and was compelled to adjourn tho special term of tho Pulaski Court ho was holding and la now conI his bed 1IWhICh estimated that Great Britain t I 150000 a day on theaters LANCASTER A hop was given at Armory Hall Fri day evening Ice gatherers havo been reaping bountiful harvest Tho wheat shows damaging effects ol the great drop In temperature Dr Elijah Evans bought it 2ooa tract of land on Kentucky river at 21 The Drown Brothers mercantile firm Is closing out at cost preparatory to go ing out of business bltiyavillIe r trip to Decson Miss The Lancaster Fair Association has fixed the dates for the Garrard county exhibition for July 29 30 and 31 Prof U C Dowses of Lexington filled tho pulpit at the Christian church Sunday In tho absence of Eld Tinder Eld F to Tinder preached in Dan villa Sunday and lectured to the C E Society of that city tho same evening- W U Burton the horseman is quite ill of tonsilitls and could not furnish Mr Wiggins the Southern trader wit tho bunch of mules ho always buys in this locality Tho literary club Tho Gleaners postponed its regular meeting ton ac count of inclement weather and the In disposition of several of those on tho program to furnish papers F P Friable has secured tho services of Mr Hcddrick a competent optician who will be located at the Frisblo drug store with a full lino of eyeglasses and spectacles Ills wife will join him here Miss Luella Arnold who is visiting hero from Anderson Ind leaves In a few days to join her brother at Sun bright Tenn Fisher Herring has been quite sick at tho homo of his slater Mrs Charles Anderson Tho leading preacher of this place called on a prominent business man who was ill A nephew carried the message that the pastor wished to see tho patient it he was not asleep The child returned innocently replying Uncle says tell you ho is asleep Mr Andrew Roy Arnold died at his home near Bryontsville after a pro tracted illness aged about 60 Ho loaves a family of nine or 10 children and two brothers the Confederate vet crane Joe and Thompe Arnold lie was prominently connected and be10ngI ed to the prominent and Influentfal Ar nold relationship of Central Kentucky Tho burial took place in tho Lancaster cemetery and was largely attended Mrs Jennie West who received a seI vere cut on the forehead by falling dClwnI a stairway is rapidly recovering MrI Louts Landram the popular editor of tho Lancaster Record has returned to ills office after a severe attack of grip almost culminating in pneumonia H C Kauffman has returned from a trip to Louisville Fld F M Tinder was called to Georgetown Wednesday At torney W I Williams was in Middles boro on business Mr Charles Durdott who recently left with his family torI Broken Arrow I T has met with good fortune News comes that ho has struck a rich vein of lead on his West orn land- Neighborhood Favorite Mrs D Charles of Harbor Mama speaking of Klectrlc Hitters says It Is a neighborhood favorite here with us It deserves to bo a fa vorite nreryrthero It gives quick re lift in dyspepsia llvercomplaint kid fey durangomant malnutrition nervousness wmknessand general debil ity Its action on tho blood as a thorough purifier makes it especially useful as a Spring tnedlojnn This grand alterative tonic Is sold under guarantee at Pennys Drugstore 50c CHURCH MATTERS Quarterly meeting at the Methodist church Feb 22 and 23 Rev D W Robertson presiding elder The war claim of the Baptist church at Somerset for 1500 allowed about a year ago has been ordered to be paidSubject at the Methodist church Sunday morning and night Tho Field is tho WorldMatt 1338 Epworth League at 030 conducted by Marshall StoneThere were four additions to the Methodist church lust SundayMr J II Otter and wife and Miss Nellie Alice Otter and Mr J B Sartain This makes nine additions by letter andono by profession since October 1907 Special Announcement Regard ing tho National Pure Food land Drug Law- SWo are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not affect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs nod wo recommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store S William Bryan delivered an address to the Civic Forum in Now York NEWS NOTES Tho grand jury at Lexington is i vestigating the American Tobacco Coma pany James Robinson tho famous show man is dead in Cincinnati He was 93 years old- o Col Thomas G Lawler former Com mander n Chief of the G A It died at Rockford III Seven men were killed and a dozen injured by the explosion of a boiler in a roller mill at Northumberland Pa Receivers were appointed for the sev eral Morse steamship lines in the Fed oral Circuit Court at Portland Me In a speech in Cougrcss John Sharp Williams said there were many danger ous ideas in tho Presidents message Tho Transylvania Printing Co ono of the oldest publishing companies in Kentucky has assigned to J R Bush Watt OBryan a farmer and stock trader died of pneumonia after a short illness at his homo in Washington coun ty IIThree men were killed and six seri ously injured when the boilers in tho Welch brick plant exploded at Monaca 14 A bill providing 25000 for the care of the Jackson Hermitage at Nash ville was Introduced in the Senate by Senator Frazier Seven men were injured four o f them probably fatally by the explosion of a keg of powder at tho Thomas mine near Morganfield Several firemen were injured ono man is missing and a property loss of 200000 was sustained as tho result of a firo in New YorksThomas L Lewis of Bridgeport 0 was declared elected president of the United Mine Workers of America at tho closing session of tho annual con vcntlon A number of people were penned in offices by fire in a tall Chicago office building Three men were rescued by a bridge of stepladders thrown across an alley Cal Henry T Duncan former Mayor of of Lexington has been notified that 11 he is ono of the heirs to Duncan for to tuno in Scotland estimated to be worth 20 14000000CIJ B Tyler a prominent attorney of Clarksville Tenn found a letter which had been left at his home warning him to leave the county Tho letter was signed Night Riders A K Murray whose acts had been called in question in connection with a suspected conspiracy to loot insurance companies by Incendiary fires commit C1ThoC4Thatchergood roads mass meeting at Buffalo this State and organized a local booming club with 200 members Under suspension of the rules the CIInJtorably discharged soldiers Its pro visions were explained by Its author who said it involved an additional ex pendituro of 12000000 An attorney for John D Rockefeller has begun negotiations with the reedy er of the National Bank of North America to recover 100000 worth ofabonds ho loaned tho institution and which were pledged at Washington asa security for public deposits MATRIMONIAL Miss Mary B Turpin of Somerset and John Thompson of Bloomfield Ind eloped to Louisville and wore married W J Oliver of Knoxville who came near getting tho Panama Canal contract was sued in Atlanta Ga for 100000 alimony by a woman whom he had been intimate with prior to his marriage three years ago to a Knox villo woman The jury promptly re turned a verdict for Oliver 12 Skin Disease of Twenty Years Standing Cured I wont you to know how much off Chamberlains Salve has done for mo DrIt has cured niy face of a skin disease of almost 20 years standing I have to been treated by several as smart Ilbypi slclans as vo have in this country and tho did mo no good but two boxes Slofnlo GrllTen Troy Ala Chamberlains Salvo Is for salo by all druggists She found she couldnt livo within His income so she tarried No more with him but went to law And promptly got unmarriedK She thought her judgment very good But she has c6me to doubt it he finds with his income removed f That eho cant live without ItCIWhat To Do When Bilious Thin right thing to do when you fool bilious Is to a dose of Chamber Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse tho stomach and regulate tho liver and bowels Try It Prlco 25 cents samples tree at altal druggists HUSTONVILLE- n Jonas Austin is down with n say case of grip C M Bach has sold to A J Adams a bulldldg lot on Danuillo Ave and ho willerect a handsome home on it this Spring Arch McWhorter and wife are p paring to move to Illinois Jas Fr of Lexington was here with frien wjio gave him the glad hand Despite the continued rain all day Friday the Elks Minstrels played to a 10 house andall enjoyed the spier program that was so well rendered The storm Friday night upset D Allens buggy and damaged it consid erably breaking the springs etc The house of Allen Iwupe was so badly shaken that they thought seriously leaving it during the storm Perry the bright young son ollA and Mrs J C Neal died in the has figntnl In Salt Lake City Saturday death was the result of coming in cc tact with a live electric wire some days previous and his parents arrived there before his death A real estate bargain without a pi allel in Kentucky has just been glv Williams Co for immediate It consists of a splendid 275acre farm with four dwellings three good barns and 175 acres of It is river tom land one new bawl 60x36 feet Price 7750 Terms reasonable Answer quick G J Bohon has returned from hunting and prospecting tour throu tho South and West Mr Bohon a family will go to Temple Texas in while where he will enter the mercantile business Our entire co munity will regret losing these splendid people and wish them success their new home Barney Leigh of KidoT Store ao his farm to Mr McKnight of Pulaski for 3000 the price refused by Col Turpin for the adjoining place of same area and improvements Ed Powell sold to a Garrard county buyer his crop 10000 to 12000 pounds of tobacco at and 12Jc J J Allen sold hlsj crop same party at 12c J P Riffe sold nice steers to parties from Boyle at good prices Rife Tucker are back from an extensive tour of Southern counties in quest of cattle The field had been so thoroughly gone over that they will invado Tennessee IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Enoch Wesley died at Bethel Ridge of consumption Willard A Stratum has been appoint postmaster at Bdndville Mercer Maj James Anderson for many years a leading merchant of Harrods burg is dead N H Bogie sold to Eager Bros hi stock of goods at Marksbury darr and will move to Afabama Thomas T Andes has been appointed postmaster at Andes Laurel county and Annie E Watts at Giles Garrard countyA Federal grand jury was em paneled at Richmond for the purpose of investigating an alleged lottery said to have been in operation at Covington Cincinnati HON HARVEY HELM has introduced bill known as houso bill No 6240 in = which he asks for an appropriation 75000 for tho purpose of erecting oCI public building at Lawrenceburg- The stockholders of the Perryvillc I Fair Association met in Green Hall I Perryville Saturday and elected tho following officers President W J DeBaun J W Webb S M Rupley and B F Bandy first second and third Vice Presidents respectively II C Mullins Secretary T C Poyntcr Assistant Secretary C D Minor Treasurer The fair will bo held on August 13 and 14 Advocate ti The Jumping Off Place Consumption had me in its grasp and I had almost reached tho jumping placo when I was advised to try Kings Now Discovery and I want say right now it saved my life Im began with the first bottle after taking ono dozen bottles I was a well and happy man again George Moore of Grhnesland C As a remedy for coughs and colds and a healer of weak sore lungs and for preventing pneumonia New IDiscovery is supreme COo and 81 at Pennys Drug Store Trial bottle free Tho farfamed diamond mines of have produced since their incorporation over 12 tons weight of diamonds whoso estimated value is 500000000 Cough Remedy A Favorite We prefer Chamberlains Cough Remedy to any other for our child reflsays Mr L J Woodbury of Twining Mich It has also dono the work for us In hard colds and croup wo take pleasure in recommend lag it For solo by all druggists- crc f SVEIMO Cut Price Sale w cAll Winter Goods Must Be Sold Regardless of oCCostofSpringInS20Mens Suits cut to 1398 1750 rr II 1248 1500 ii II 1148 048r93al31500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 81008 84la750 S 850 408 500 it 600 348 1098his048aShoes cut to cut to 82 andmsee we ROBINSONdSTANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gent Furnishings Etc TO HOUSEKEEPERS I I The Standard Oil Cos a 1INCORPORATED th Celebrated Lamp Oilf t FIRE PROOP i Gives a PERFECT LIGHT and is su perior in every respect to the SoCall ed Fancy Oily for which you pay more money Try it and be convinced For sale by al uptodate dealers Remember Your account is Due the first of each month We find this more satisfac tory with both buyer and seller and it enables us to do business on less capital and make better purchases Respectfully W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY 13 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY RATIO The Interior Journal K Co WALTON JJHN J MOSER It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county object to the notion of the IMmiocnilli party M BRUCEIIs a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county IU1tJect to the action of the lJtHlIOcrRtloJ party JAMES C HAYS lIa cRndldato for JRller of LDieoln count abject to the action of the Democrat party D C ALLEN It a candidate for Ascor of Lincoln conn ty subject to the octlon of tlio Dumocrntli party Democratic Ticket ForSUnlted States Senator J C WIDECKHAM KENTUCKY DISGRACED Last Tuesday morning 200 cowardly ruffians with their faces hidden behind masks rodo into the little town of Dycusburg down in Crittenden county shot up the town destroyed by fire 30000 worth of property and beat upI two men and an unoffending woman and did it because Mr Henry Bennett their victim kept his tobacco ware house as he has the right to do inde pendent of theUTobacco Association which is attempting to control the to bacco market in this State Men of Kentucky Shall we longer submit to the outrages of tho contempt ible felon who hides his face behind a mask shall we longer be awed to inac tivity by the incendiarys torch shall we longer keep silent when the political demagogue catering to the ignorant and vicious attempts to write upon the pages of our statute books absurd laws that in no wise reach the evilsof which complaint is made that afford neither relief nor protection to anybody ard which even contravenes our sacred Bill of 1 RightsYou of the Society of Equity disclaim any connection with or countenance of these outrages which have occurred not once nor twice nor thrice but many times You have your Representatives in the present Legisla ture of Kentucky if you are honest in your declarations of disclaimer have your Representatives join hands with the governor enact a law under which upon suggestion of the local authorities or the law officer of the State that lo cal conditions are such that a local grand jury will not indict or a local petit jury will not convict then in such cases the investigation and trial of the charge to be had before a grand jury and a petit jury of some other county I of the State far removed from suet horrible local conditions Such horrible conditionsdo exist in some counties j of this State that a grand jury will not indict nor a petit jtory convict the mask- edJ murderef and incendiary t Gentlemen of the Society of Equity Your Representatives in the Legisia tune of Kentucky can secure the p4 sage of such a law and such a law written inour statute book would stop these Ku Klux Clans If your organization really seeks the gool of the agricultural masses you now have men in position to act prompt ly and effectively Will you call upon them to do it You beg legislator against the trust that controls your market If you are honest and fair seek with thelsame solicitude a relief Rldertsmj Campbell You are each of you men of strong ability and wide experience You are each of you personally identified with the So ciety of Equity You each of you have a vote and a wide influence in the present Legislature You are both brave men and honest Prove to Ken tuckians the stuff of which you are made JOHN D WAKEFIELD who lost a good office in Louisville and like the rest of them who get left charge it up to Gov Beckham hears that within two weeks the exGovernor will be waited upon by many of his present followers and will be urged to get off the track in order that a Democrat may be elected at this session and gives cur rency to the alleged rumor by printing it in the Cincinnati Enquirer We do not believe that Gov Beckhams fol lowers will ever make such a request of him and we do not believe that he ought to consider it if they did The people have given him his commission- j and he should not surrender it If a few traitors can nullify the will of the majority the odium must be on them Democracy will have lost its cardinal principle when a minority is permit ted to rule WHILE Senator Hubble is going after soulless corporations he might 4trythe express companies that are dot ing business in the State These mer ciless concerns dont mind holding up the public and charging extortionate prices Go after them Senator for they need regulating Advocate Why not send Patriot LSIIard after the ex press companies Is he too busy try i ing to defeat the man he promised to support to look after such needed legis lation i r imss I SMALL view tho Senatorial struggle from p distance The outlook indicates Beckhams defeat and I see In the future a reorganized Democratic party innl Kentucky divested of ring rule and po litical machines with harmony DemI ocratic union aryl victory at November election Thus wrltethC Senator James B McCreary to DrCi Averdick who published tho letter in the Cincinnati Enquirer We haven never doubted that the Senator was sore but we thought certainy ho was too manly a man and too good adems ocrat to squeal because of defeat You cant give some people enoughII THERE is something new under the sun in divorce in New York The sec ond wife names the first wife as co respondent and tho defendant alleges that hjs present wife was the cause of his first wife divorcing him That comes about as near being polygamy as any domestic arrangement under our laws can betDONT let the tall wag the dog The whisky trusts holy six may prevent the election of Gov Beckham as U S Senator but in the name of fairness dont let the contemptible bolters even aid in the election of any one else To hades with such democracy as the six eelfstyled patriots possess- POLITICAL Both Houses adjoined Tuesday out of respect to the memory of Gov Goebel George D Wise for many years a member of Congress from the Third Virginia district is dead He was unmarried and 72 years old The Senate passed the Urgent Deficiency Bill carrying a total of 24050 803 Of this amount the Senate amendments appropriate 355478 Tho ballot In the Senatorial race yes terday was Beckham 59 Bradley 58 Blackburn 1 McCreary 3 Allen 2 Flexner 1 Necessary to a choice 63 The Democratic Senators held a con ference on the financial question in Washington but camq to no conclusion as to the nature of the bill the minority will support A conference of Republicans of the Third district who favor Fairbanks as the nominee for president was held at Bowling Green and plans were laid for an active campaign The Ohio Republican State Commit tee at a meeting in Columbus voted to recognize the socalled Baker Committee which is friendly to Secretary Taft as controlling party affairs inI Cuyahoga countv Senator Piles of Washington deliv ered an eloquent appeal in the favor of an appropriation by Congress of 700 000 for a Government exhibit at the Alaska Yukon Paciic Exposition to beheld in Seattle next year To protest against a favorable report on the Smith bill proposing to create the new county of Stearns out of portions of Wayne Whitley and Pulaski counties a delegation of prominent cit izens of those counties was before the Legislature Wednesday The House Committee on Appropriations has reported favorably the pen sion bill for the fiscal year ending June 30 1909 The bill as reported abolishes the pension agencies located in various cities and consolidates them in one central agency in Washington Indiana Republicans selected by dls trict conventions 26 delegates to the national convention The four dele gates ntlarge will be selected by the State convention on April 2 The In diana delegation will be a unit for tho presidential candidacy of Vice Presi dent Charles W Fairbanks The committee representing manufacturers and other interests who are in Washington seeking the appointment of a tariff commission and a revision of the tariff were frankly informed by Chairman Payne of the Ways and Means Committee that there would be no attempt at revision until next winI ter and that he was opposed to a com mission If you have Catarrh rid yourself of this repulsive disease Ask Dr Shoop of Racine Wis to mall you free a trial box of his Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy A simple single test w11lI surely tell you a Catarrh truth well worth your knowing Write today Dont suffer longer Pennys Drug Store W L Douglas the shoo manufactur er has opened a press bureau which is trying to work the newspapers in his interest for the presidency He is de scribed as the great and the political Moses to lead democracy out of the wilderness This May Interest YouINo one is immune from kidney trou hIe so just remember that Foleys Kidney Cure will stop the irregularities and cure any case of kidney and ladder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of medicine Pennys Drug Store WE wish to express oursincere hanks to the good people of Stanford who have been so us in our re cent bereavement especially to Rev T W Barker Mr B F Rout and the Odd Feliows J H Wren and familyI Tunnels under tho Hudson river con letting New York and Now Jersey will be opened to the public on Feb 25 Roosevelt will touch a button on his desk in the Whito House which will mark the formal opening ii Here and There The Hopklnsville company which is performing guard duty in that will bo relieved a detachment 1Thecounty burned It contained a of tobacco grown by a tenant The was insured butthe tobacco was The cause of the fire is not known It is believed that from seven to ten indictments will be returned by the Federal grand jury at Richmond the alleged principals of tho Kentucky Lottery Company of Co1 IngtonIReports from points in the Northern part of New York show colder weather than was ever before recorded there- At Saranac Lake the temperature ranged from 15 to 50 degrees below zero and at Canton 40 belowIMr Kimball of traduced a bill in Congress providing carriers of interstate commerce must not receive for transportation tobacco cargoes and snuff until affidavit has been made that tIt consignment IsI not the product of a trust Health CotTco Is really the closet Coffee Imitation ever yet producer This the finest Coffee Substitute lermade has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wls Not n grain of real Coffee Is in It eltho Health Coffee Is made from luro toasted cereals with malt nuts eta Really It would fool an exportwhu might drink It for Coffee No 0 or 30 minutes boiling Made In a minute says the doctor Pennys Drug Stor 50 Years An AgencySi The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Rates be fore Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Itopre seated Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court K Owsley IllT Vs Mnry r Finu Kt Al Itelts Notice of Mull rununnl to n Judgment mid order of tale In the above styled uctlon In the IJi coin Circuit Court the undersigned Iatllr UommlMloner will on MONDAY KKI1 Sltll Ito Between and 1 v In front of the court house door In Ntitnford Ky tell lit puW outcry to the hluhett nod toil bidder following 1Il crllJll1 real astute which 1- Mltuntl Lincoln county Ky The rut rval estate li that tract of land on whoop M Keland fesldld nt the time of his hoUI and U located on the Htnuford gild Dnnrll Turnpike about four nod onr half nth Norm of Htnnford lion the witter of Hun lag Fork end Is iHiundtU in follows Bagtmlaglittheabalineatof the Hun In Fork bridge on the Htnnford nnd liar yule turnpike thence up tilt pike with tl line I the Hwop platy owned by Jackson to the corner of Mrs t DawsonH la nil the nee the line of wild Inlld to till corner of that land nod the land CItobinsondeeeaelthenetwlthflue r IInf of the said llohlnnon laud to the corner till lend known HI the dub tract them with the line of that land to the land of J TUnckley known ni the 4 Unlluy pine thence n straight line to the Hanging For thence Hnfkley line up Hanging York tt the J HoMey land Iheneo the line that land to the corner of the Wunfot Krwln Innd theneo with the line of tllllt land to thu corner of the Virginia KU land thence with the line of that laud hi thu beginning containing IfO acres mar courtullndgeethutflits hind cap be divided wluiout material linimlrinent tIJ tin value and nicorUlngly the entire Iwu dllr will lie told in n whole Out of tl Cwtieof IliTMUU with Interest thereon tit the rate old percent per nnnum from Nov II Iitl and INFO the costs ot this notion which will amount to the turn of JfVUi atrluhe oftho turn which will be allowed to thl commissioner for receiving and dlsburiln the puruhiue price of the nfurofiild lain Alter the payment of said debt and till costs of this action the reildue of the pro ceedi of thU tuiu will Iw held subject 10 future orders of the court The wile wlil lie made on rrwlltiiof alx an 12 month one hnlf of the purchase prlc together with the Interest that may uccru thereon to Iw due nod payable nt the expl ration of MUti ot the lerlods of time adore said For the purchase price the purclmx will be required to give land with approve security payable to the Oommlimloner nn Intervit at tine rate of ilx liar cent u01Iton judgment and further lecured by n lie on tile land Hold Upon the confirmation of thlnletlHJlUr- chlt8lr will buentllledtotholuimedlnle oi session of the land told except that pllrt which hue heretofore l een by OOllllllloolo- nen of the Lincoln County Court allotted to O Eland us her dower III the Inndi ttfFelunddccrned Tho said land u lot ted li hounded us follows Jlculnnlng at in the mlddlu of the Danville am Stanford the gate unit entrance to the dwelling corner to till whole louadarythence with ndddln or pike and with boundary lion N ou W chilI N W 7 chains NIINSI fUehnlni- to n point In or near the middle of the pike thence leaving pike with hue of dlitrlc choral house lot N Srti K 2 N4HO nutty N II W IS chains W 2 uoliu chuITl to the front faco of the Houtheast iibutmen of the turnpike hrlll ncrotn HmiKln Fork thence down sold creek along till southeast IxinU NilS K chains N zau J mtrlng line or the ItlclmrdMin tract ni uu chains In nil on saute course a chain N I K NM10cliiilni N 1011 W chains t3lvr7 chains N W 1 61100 chains to point nt n stone fence new corner In elm or whole boundary thence n now line lean Inc thu creek N sl K 25 32100 chains to large red oak on t lie east side or and urn truth H3F105lmohuinstoa wild cherry tree N M4K7 73110 chubs to n stake ti Inks N OiVJ W from it large cherry trei hence wit silence Ii 6h F r6 chohn to takont the end of it stone fence tlwllco- wIth aid funcuNra W n 41100 ellll III to take then still with fence H XT W 22 IUIIJ baliu to tho beginning containing count tig to the middle of Ilnnglng York acres As to this part which has been allotted to llrs Keland slut will have tho right to re aln posseailon and until Oct 15 lio hut on after that date tho purchase will then bucomu Immediately entitled to tho full ponnenilon of sued boundary hilt If thl purchaser of thin farm desires to unv flulit or ryo on any part of the land the soof which reserved by the widow efore Oct 10 III he may do no provldci odoesnol Injurloiiily Interfere with tiny wldowemil utter the 15th of OctolllrlIolulld mill JUIIIO lisp for the of rumovlni rope which ihe shall have cultivated diir us IKH but In so doing site shall pay dm eganl to the rlehU of the owner of tin lund The purchaser will also Iw entitled 10 the Joint uiu the widow of the puss rmy from till turnpike rood lock to tiny ortlon of the Included In tlit oundii ry reserved to the widow us afore illlll whenever he desires to do so fur the urposo of using occupying or looking ftcr tho land OED D SAUFLEY SI C L C C H J MCROBERTS Sale Will Begin Feb 8th and Continue Three Weeks We do this to make room for Spring Goods to turn our large stock into CASH and to offer you a real genuine to purchase goods at MUCH LESS THAN THEIR REAL Remember during this sale NOT ONE ITEM WILL BE CHARGED Mens Clothing 82liOO Suits at SlxO 2000II 1400 1750 1300 1500 1100 1250 000 10toII 700 Mens Overcoats 2000 Overcoat at 31400 li50II 1260 1500 1000 120II 850 1000II 700 Odd Pants8000 Pnuta nt SUiO 500II 850 tOOII 275 350II 250 JOOII 200 250II 1i6 200or 150 150or 100 125 Knee InuU 100 100II a ili 50 art Mens Shirts 250 Wool Shirt at 8160 200 125 OII 100 100 il 150 Dreu Shirt 100 100 i6 50 3t 50 Work Shirt 40 FurnishingsI 250 1 60 200 126 150II 100 100or 08 100 Silk likfi 76 60 II 4r 25 101l Silk Suspollllol tlO 50 Suspoiulurs- 2fi 40 2JJ 16 Linou Collar 10 10II OS 100 Overalls 80 50II 4r 30 chills 90 Rain Coats 82500 Coat at 81850 2000 1600 1750 1800 1500t 1100 1000 IiSO Boys Suits 81000 Suits at slum 750 660- G60 till 500 ni6- AW 800 J550 260 300 225 251 1i5 the are tiling we and See in this sake in life door 1 Again this n Notice Is h Iveii that t will apply to this Hoard of IrUoii l omDlIIIOIIU nti their Kehnmrv term lU54elon In Frankfort Ky n parole WM KKNNHIY FARM FOR SALE IK tiers Klngivllle Ky om nine from railroad station About arornecbfr- ed Inlnnco goal tolNirro land whiiitltnrcil goal farm house and tock lnirnlranu ntulT for tobacco all ready to nut up PI ntg water young orchalt11llnt of IIIIIIYI tliuU r lust KlngMllU for examination orseirntlllrnl ly testing eyes by uptodnt methods Ire scrlptlonKlasses ground to order set In j frame or skeleton mountings work nod guaranteed sntldactory charges moderate Permanently locatwl In Central Telephone Ilulldlng lliutpnvllle Ky L P Graduated Optosttetryst h h We whose names npponr below strictly forbid hunting fishing or of trespassing on our places und will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of tho law Alex Cooper Mrs Iepples Mrs WRIter Sirs Mottle lIlto Hlmpion Itros Tlnsley Hpoonamoro r W Garter lieu I Martin M K lie uben Curtis JH Mocker J M 1ettus T A lllce Morgan Cbitppell Amandt HchnelTor Ireen Kerrlll JI llollzclnw n W lUsty Mrs J K Iulllnm I Iulllnm Peter IJnlmer Sirs Katherine Ador Messier A 1nxton Ashley OUannon James N Casts J Noln Carter O M Hack Ilnllou Mrs Jaelhdne- 1ltCnmunlscli Dr J Carpenter Mrs Kelwccu llCnrpontcr W Martin JH Thompson Thonutslcrrlll Jill It Hkldmoru David Burton J U Hunch IllchartUon Krnit MISH Mattle Huwes JUtchunleteh Itros Fred VonOruengan It K Onlneg Alliert Vondruengan A T Trnylor Uooch N II Ilnmmer Fred Unuinonn Itlchard Hester Owsley Dunn Henry Hester Will Hester NunnolleyJW O Floyd JIJllrla J W Ilaiighman J JlIrucolJ O W WHUlgncy I B VndlrwootlUlon MnlIInryUU1enl- John Martin Alcorn- ohn WmCordler Dan Truvlor M D Klinoro Mn It bode n K Tate Dnvld Htevons John Jufer O Durham W O Itout lotllbOltck Fred UralR Christian Jacob J J CASH Clearance Boys Shoes 8550 Patent at 820 UoO Gun Metal 2 50 1100 Shod 22 2GO 18 j 200 1lIti iro I2fj Girls Shoes 8200 Shoes at 1GO 1iliII 1tO 160 120 125 II 10U- 1M iti 85 II Gn on ki0 Mens Heavy Shoes 81500 Shoe at S22lJ 2150 lr200 10 160 1 2 Rubber Shoes 8400 Kubbor Boots nt 88U- H60 80 BOO UU klo Shoos at- 250BunkloArutieant 2 l 18 200 10 176 14 00 Rubber Shoo at il 70 S l 10 41 Mens Fine Shoes 8500 Walkover at 40 00II 8L i60 28l 600 Manas 8i 400 80 860 II 27 l Heavy Shoes 8000 high lopi 848 TOO 87 00II SQ 3MII 2C Honest Mike 600 Boots 837 460 36 400 82 260 ailko Shoos 21 Mens Underwear 8160 Garrount 810 100IICO 8 SC Umbrellas 8760 Silk at OOII 88 00u 27- OQO Gloria 20 2CO 1i 200 UO 11 1215at 0 100 i toII 8 SALE Saturday opportunity Hosiery 8300 Silk ileo nt 200 J50 176 2 00 ltio 100 7r 60 Lisle lloso nt- 25Cottnn mi lJoec nt2016 x10 10II 7 26 20 2li 31ittslr0 r 15 hays Hear Skin 10 15 tilisset 15 10II 8 Ladies Sloes 8350 Ultra nt 82cm 100 Hrockiwrt nt 226 250 Shuns ut 175 200 110 loO 115 Hats 8500 StoUon at 887fr dOII 80r 8MII 276 800 Still HnU at 200 300 Soft hats at 200 280 175 200II 11 160 U 100 6 TrunksTrunks at J75Q- OCO DOOII BCO- fiCO j4QQ 600 8i75 460 830 100 000 Suitcases f 81000 Leather nt ilU 760 800 400 860 Ladies Cases at 27li Leather Hags at G60 000 500II 400 J Rubber Clothing 8800 IIPbb Slicker at 8225 J 260 Shield Slicker at 200 500 IIUOOr Coat nt 400 Gloves 8200 Gloves ut 150 1 180 11 P 5 100II 7t 30 40 26 2- 0HandkerchiefsSockso Ii i4o Llnon llnmlkerchloU ut ICo o l SJII tO- 100II 70 o 60 II 4c 60c Sacks at fic- 26oo 20o r 15e lOo rJ lOc 70 In addition to above there many little cannot mention Comp see what wo can do for you if we do not do as we do every duty just what wr jmitni Our open 1 doe nt M remember is CASlI SALE 11 J McROBERTS Stanllortld NOTICE for near born growth Mo Iylo inaterlnl POSTED nny kind Warren Lawrence It 111Jytle MU IJlburn UnlnlIl5ch N It Handorf Adeline Thompson SriO lints 81000 7CO 000 700 600 not water Bottle In the sickroom there is scarcely one article of greater utility than the hotwater bottle We carry a large variety of good hotwater bags Our prices are from 75c to 175 PENNYS DRUG STORE Btanford Kentucky J DO IT NOW Get Aldridge to put you on a tin roof that will keep you dry and catch good clean Water 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 bucket pump to purify and pump the water SH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky t Ii t i r i ATTENTION YE LADIES II r Just received our first shipment of light weight Jackets in the Butterfly and Tailor Styles Plain Coverts and Fancies 450 to 1150 There are five days to one favor of light wrap and there fore every lady needs one I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD BrANFOiiD KY FIII 7 1DOlSj TRY nomo of our Imlwrted Pure Olive Oil 35c and COc n bottle Pennys Drug- Store VB arc readto flfcuro with you on Spring Wo recommend Sharwin 1Vllliama as the best nnd cheapest Pennys Drug Store- PERSONALS Miss MALIIB McIHie Is qulto nick MM L It HuaiiBB is with the homefolks nt ML Vernon AZTORNEY C C WILLIAMS of ML Vernon was hero Tuesday MESSRS C V GENTRY and J W Acoy went to Louisville Tuesday HARRY EICHBNBECRKR has graduated piano tuning at Ada 0 and will bo home In a few days MR AND MRS II J McKoiiBRTS pent iovvrnl days with lion and Mrs W II Shanks at Frankfort MRS MARY A WALLACB Is Improv ing Her daughter Mis Marietta Wallace continues quite sick MR GKORGE P DEBORD day man at Hemp has gone to Crab Orchard to rest up and get rid ot a fearfulcold MR 0 P NKWLAND who was open ated on for appendicitis is doing splendidly at Mrs Browns retreat for the sick KKV U H MAIIONY has returned from a delightful trip through Georgia and North Carolina Ho was greatly benefited by his visit BXSENATOR NewToN W UTIBY was here yesterday an Intoroeted onlooker In the General Assembly Ho was en route home from holding court in Lin coin county Frankfort Journal MR HARRY BRADHBRRY the gentle manly advance agent of Harry Web bers Nip and Tuck Co was hero yes terday advertising for tho show which comes hero next Thursday night Feb lB LOCALS CUMMINS WRARBN for clothing and hoca P EVERYBODY read W H Hlgglns nd vcrtlscment MY Spring and Su ncr harness has arrived Call In and seer 1L J C Mc Clary MONDAY Is county court day It will ba a Rood limo to square up accounts Supposo you try IL SlLVKRLACE Wyand toIoosters of pure strain for sole Mrs A J Rice It F D Moreland Ky FISH celery sliced ham dried beef beef tongue and Frankfurt style sau sago Saturday at Ferris ON account of having to move we will continue to sell at cost for the next 10 days Cummins Wearen TUB Somerset Journal has a sick lilt and It takes up more than a third of a column of that good paper MRJ N WILSON Deputy Grand Chancellor of the Knights of Pythias of Kentucky delivered an instructive Ice ture to tho lodge hero last night THE special term of tho Lincoln cir cuit court came to an end Monday af ternoon and Special Judge N W Utley returned to his homo at Eddyville Not a great deal of business was transacted but tho congested civil docket was somewhat relieved Bonnirr IN JAILlion Fontaine Fox Bobbitt tho Cicero of tho Moun tarns now languishes behind prison bars In a trial during tho special term of court Judge N W Utley lined him for contempt Mr Bobbitt refused tot ipaythe fine and Is laying It out in jail Sts in New York advertised to have appeared at Waltons Opera House last night did not show up and wo sup- poSe she and her company decided to stay in New York The next attrac tion is Nip and Tuck and you can bet your boots they will bo hero and with a finQ show toot A MEETING of the stockholders was held In tho Stanford Steam Laundrys office Tuesday to discuss tho advisa bility of moving the laundry plant to somo other portion of Stanford Sever al families living near the laundry had asked that tho enterprise bo moved No Immediate action was taken but n committee composed of Messrs J N Menofcc Will Severance and J II Baughman was appointed to confer with Dr J F Peyton and others and also to look up another location SEE the Chattanooga Plow before you buy Geo H Farris WANTED a farm hand with family M S Baughman Stanford WANTED to yyour veal calves N W Fowls Rowland phone 1182 CUMMINS WEAKEN will save you money when you want clothing nnd shoes JUST received carload of White and mixed seed oats J S Murphy McKinney FIVE THOUSAND rods American Field Wire Fence in stock W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky SRND In the amount duo on your sub scription or we will be compelled by law to stop your paper Tilt Ladies Aid Society of tho Chris tian church will meet with Mrs James A Dudderar at 2 oclock sharp Satur day afternoon LAUGII and grow See Nip and Tuck in tho great detective play at Waltons Opera House next Thursday night Fob 13 FOR SALETwo large store rooms in tho best business block in tho town of Stanford Ky J S Owslcy Sr 248 Ashland Ave Lexington Ky ON account of the Mardi Gras at New Orleans the L N will sell roundtrip tickets to New Orleans Mobile and Pensacola on Feb 2G 27 28 20 and March 1 and 2 at one fare plus 8Txj See agent J S Rice for further particulars rNOTICE Having removed on Lon caster street opposite the courthouse I solicit your trade in all kinds of repairing of watches clocks jewelry and graphophoncs Also such things sold on small commission Robt Fen zel Stanford Ky THE Court of Appeals overruled n motion for n rehearing in the case of R E Leo Sims for killing John R Farris and Mr Sims will have to serve eight years in the penitentiary Ills Rttornnyn made a gallant effort for n new trial but the higher court said nay NELLIE bright little daughter of Mr nnd MM S Coulter White died nt their home near Liberty somo days ago She was a beautiful child wo are told and tho fond parents are almost crushed over tho loss of her The mother is a daughter of Mr J Wes Bailey of the McKinney section KILLING IN WAYNE Near Monti cello Chris Phipps shot and instantly killed Obey Coffey also n farmer Both men were neighbors and prominently connected The killing resulted from an old grudge Mr Coffey was a relative of Mr Joseph Coffey of this place and was one of Wayne countys most substantial citizens Ho leaves a fam ily WITH great glee the Courier Journal says Col E W Llllard the Doyle Representative recced a memorial signed by 12 democrats of the West End of Doyle county commending his course in refusing to vote for Beckham and condemning the county committee for assuming to speak for the democra cy of Doyle county All tho same the C J prefers to withhold tho names of tho 12 democrats who are commending Patriot Lillard on his bolt PROGRAM of Musicale to be given at Alcorns Opera House Hustonvlllo for tho benefit of tho Christian church at that place this Friday evening Duet Misses Carpenter and Hopper Vocal Solo I Just Cant Make My Eyes Bo have Miss Katheryne Hall Vocal Duet Because Youre You Miss Warriner and Mr Camnltz Vocal Solo Dr Casey Piano Solo Miss Ella Bar notto Sextette Way Down in Colon Town Soloist Mr Howard Camnitz Tambourine Girls Blanche Barnette Mary Stugg Roberta Blain Vocal Solo Wont You Bo My Teddy Bear Miss Lucy Leo Walton Whistling Solo Mr King Carpenter Vocal Solo Good Bye Sweet Day Miss Mayme Marks Vocal Solo Mr C L Terrill Vocal Duet Id Like to See a Little More of You Miss Kntheryno Hall Mr Dinwiddio Vocal Solo For Old Times Sake Mr J B Adams Piano Solo Miss Kate War met Vocal Solo n King of The Mountains b The Beautiful Land of Nod Mr J W Ireland Quartette Dear Old Girl Messra Dinwiddie Cam nitz Adams Morse CARLOAD of Pioneer Wire Fence just received E T Pence WHEN in need of clothing nnd shoes see Cummins Wearen PLACE your order for Amercan fence at once At Geo H Farris CLOTHES cleaned dyed repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop LOST In Woitona Opera House Fri day night a black scarf Return to this office WE will try to do a ashbusiness this year Please cull and settle your last years account Bcazley Bros Fort SALE1600 seedbearing ginseng plants 1000 small plants and 7000 sets All for 40 A P Brackctt Stanford WllITEEld Joseph Ballou was called to Parksville Wednesday to conduct the funeral of Mrs White who died at her home there Tuesday She was an estimable Christian was about 85 years old and tho mother of a large family of children including Mr John White formerly of this county REPRESENTATIVE 1ISf1ANKS of Lincoln county Is very fearful that the remaining days of the legislative set sion will be accompanied by turmoil and strife and all because the ground hog saw his shadow Mr Shanks ac knowledges that ho is an ardent believ er in the groundhog theory and be sides claiming that the fact of the lit tie rodent gazing upon his silhouette likeness on February 2 has Its effect upon the weather he goes farther and insists that tho actions of men are fluenced to a perceptible extent by the same occurrence Mr Shanks argues that tho weather has its action upon the affairs of men and that as the next six weeks will be cold and inclement tho spirits of the legislators will be af fected thereby making then irritable and all out of sorts He says watch tho prediction as he has never seen it to lall Louisville Times Frankfort Correspondence RETURN OK AN OLD PAORITEStan- on will soon bo greeted by the well known comedian Mr Harry Webber who with his famous Detective Comedy Drama Nip and Tuck has always been popular with Kentucky theatre goers During the years that have in tervened Mr Webber and his company have visited many countries playing throughout the United Kingdom of England Ireland and Scotland for three successive years They have also tour ed the entire Dominion of Canada and the British possessions in the great Northwest going as far as the Alaskan boundaries On the occasionjof the last visit of Mr Webber to Stanford a fire broke out in tho business section of the town The members of the Nip and Tuck Company valiantly responded to the call for volunteers and removed largo quantities of goods from the burn ing store to places of safety This sea son Mr Webber has a very fine company and is now playing through the best known circuits under the direction of the Klaw and Erlanger Stair and Hay lin and Wells circuits visiting Roanoke Lynchburg Newport News Petersburg Suffolk etc Their appearance in Stanford is booked for Feb 13 A MEMBER of the city council tells us that an ordinance will be passed in tho next few weeks providing for tho build- Ing of asphalt pavements on both sides of Danville street The order is cer tain to bo passel and will undoubtedly bo enforced Theproposition to open a street from Highcation Avenue to Danville street will also be favorably acted upon The opening of this street would bo of great benefit to the people who live in the eastern portion of town and especially to those who have children attending school As the matter now stands schoolchildren are compell ed to go by way of Main street which makes the distance so great that many find it impossible to be punctual at school or reach home in the short winter afternoons much before dusk If they take a shorter route it compels them to choose either the railroada dangerous passwayor Macksvillo street which leads through a NeroI settlement and what parent child exposed to the dangers of one or possible indignities of the other This however is not tho only reason for opening the street There would bo many made available for build alongheimbursed for any real or imaginary loss or inconvenience MR JESSE A WALTER has opened a harness shop In B D Carters liver stable He asks a share of the public patronage REMEMBER H J McRnbcrts great reduction solo which begins tomorrow Saturday morning and continues three weeks See advertisement on second page THE enquiry is frequently made why dont I got my money for the sheep killed by dogs It is not the fault of the county officials but the trouble is in tho Auditors office nt Frankfort The claims have already been certified to and the claimants will have to wait un til auditor James sends out the money AT a meeting of the Lincoln County Fiscal Court held February 5 190S the following order was entered to wit It Is ordered by this Court that all County Roads In Lincoln county be worked be tween the first day of May and the first day of July In each year And is fur ther ordered that the claims for such work be filed with the Clerk of the Lincoln County Court on or before July in each yeart Geo B Cooper Clerk by E D Pennington D C Lumber For Sale All kinds of Slough Iumlwr for onto Itllli Illlwl on short notice orIll mill In connec tion Mill on livMii rlvnr JuinUi roiui JW Hilton Knit of rich unnry Terry A Newell MrKlnnwy Ky NOTICE Illturasnhnvtngrlnlbtsogalnrtthe en toe of tbf lute Henry lUtld nre nntltlfsl to present to Ill projKrly proven for payment not Inter thus Id ft inn Cluirlpn Iluteli er dmrlfuh t trrhard Ky GIVEME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy rradyiimda clothing when there I o little dllTrlnee In the price of ready lade milt and n suit made to your meniure taken by an rxiwrlonced tnllorf I have n bniitUoniP lone of Fall nnd Winter goods San make trout u low price buslnrsi suit to hbanestdress Inlt OVlrcoau TroUI in and Fancy Venti The company I rep want la second to none HI UUlLKY The Tailor HtiinforU Ky Weak Kidneys Weak Kldntr rattlr to weak kidney None The Kidneys llkthe Ueart and the Stomach and their weakness not In the organ Itself but In the neryee that contrnl and IfUlde and strengthen them Dr Shoops RestonUnlt a medicine ipeciflcally prepared to reach these controlling nerves To doctor the Kidneys alone It futllo It U a waste ot time and of money uwell II your tack aches or li weak It the urine amid or udark you bare symptoms olllrllhtl or other distressing or dangerous kid dlwssatnDrshoopallestoretiveamonth- TableteorLioutdand tee what it can and will do for you Ini gist recommend and tell Dr RestorativePENNYS How to Cure Your Piles If sufferers from piles and rectal dis eases would first tr I reliable laxative like DrCaldwells Syrup Pepsin Instead of using external salves and supposi tories orhaving an operation performed they would save a of trouble expense and pain The reasons that cases out of ten piles are the result of habitual constipation and when once the constipation is thoroughly cured the piles disappear Piles are to constipation what pim are to bad an out ward lotions arent halfasgobdforplmples as a good blood medicine to salves and suppositories arent hall at ROOd for piles as a reliable laxa live like Dr Caldwell Syrupl epsln A cent or It bottle will prove these claims and every druggist Is authorized to guarantee results lfundreds of people have written us that Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Is the best pile cure they know of and It Is surety worth a trial from you Not only will It cure the piles but It will permanently correct bowel trouble so that you will have movements It will tone the stomach and make digestion easy for you Dr Caldwell Syrup Iepsln Is the best rem edy for constipation dyspepsia biliousness all resultant troubles such as fllltulencrand disordered stomach liver or bowels Its gentle action and pleasant taste make It especially suited to children and all who are too weak to stand purgative waters salts and griping powders and tablets A physic Is not what pile sufferers need but steady easy bowel movements and these can be obtained by tho use of this wonderful remedy It brings about a permanent home cure at a minimum of expense fREE TEST wells Syrup vriiNnr PcptUi to try txiort buy Ins can have a tree sample bottle tent to their home by tdilrtitlnir tile company This oRcr to prove tlut tile remedy do tt we claim and only open to those who have never taken It send for It II you have any toml of itonuch liver or disease Gentlest oldfolksPU oliO YEno1CT laxative So Good Sure as on CAiovmLs SYRUP PEPSIN This product bears purity guarantee No 17 Washington 0 0 PEPSIN SYRUP CO- t t8 Caldwell Bldg Montlcello III South East Corner Main and II Depot StreetsIo LADIES T e Do you know that Spring is upon us 2 With it comes the newest cleanest most complete nod up to date line of Spring Goods it has ever been our pleasure and privilege to show you We want you to See our line of ToileDu Xord Amoskelg and AiF C Giughams New Plaids and Striped Silk Waist Pat terns White Blue Brown Tan Plum Pink and Gray Lin ens for Shirt Waist Suits and Waists Large Plaid Lineu in white slicer and cool the newest thing for waists Brown and t Blue Mercerized Pongee at 40c per jd Brown Blue White and Black Voiles ab SI per yd Brown and Light Blue in the Plaid Pongee Silk at 75c per yd Blue Brown Tan White Pink Green and Plaids in Soitettes at 25c per yd All grades of Linen Lawn from 26c to 81 per yd Goods to suit a jueena taste at the store o- fTRIBBLE HUGHES IDryGoods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY HouseI EXCEEDINGLY LOW RATES ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWESTVIA THE HENDERSON ROUTE FROM LOUISVILLE KY HOMESEEKERSROUND Tickets on sale February 4th 18th and March 3d 17th Return Limit 25 days OKLAHOMA CITYs2900ALA- MOGORDO NlIi 3500 DALHART TEXAS 3250 FT WORTH TEXAS 3250 SAN ANTONIO TEXAS 3250 EL PASO TEXAS 4150 COLONISTIONE WAYtTickets on sale Daily March lit to April 30th t PORTLAND ORE4170SE- ATTLE WASH 4170 TACOMA WASH 4170 SPOKANE WASH 4170 SAN FRANCISCO CAL 4070 LOS ANGELES CAL 4070 CORRESPONDINGLY LOW RATES TO OTHER For further information address PAUL ESCOTT Trav Pass Agent L1 IRWIN Gen POINTSILOUISVILLE KY The Dead Lock Is Bro el If they can not Elect a Senator at Frankfort I can Cut the Prices in Hustonville In Merchandise s My Clearance Sale will begin Feb I1 This menus a great sacrifice and slaughter of values Calicoes 5c Spool Cotton 5c Clothing 13 per cent off Ladies Cloaks half off We can not carry these over if prices will unload ShoesLadies milt Childrensfrom 50c to S150the kind we sell from 82 to 350 We cant enumerate hero on paper but can at the store ComaIearly toget choice No goods sold to merchants to retail trade only D6 Positively no goods charged at these prices CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter Buy Your Harness Plow Gear Trace Chains Col tars and Harness from Qeo De Hoppers Stanford Kyr i y I iSPECAL CLEARANCE SALE HIGHGRADE I It ARTISTIC WALL PAPERs1i lI the largest stock In Control Kentucky and fllleJcctetl by pu iourenthu sn over really Fine Wall Papers has lend us into buying too d Rolls at OneThird R ar ex- It ertnll the prices bring thesu tiuo PllpCIII dovn oven lower than tin corn tu taper and this aurplus must be To tisposo MJ overnloupnpcil arc sold Most of these pro in room lots and only ono of a style Iinkwe WIgi thr1CeSSale of all our Finest crs sn thnt tho Paper you select WIIlIK your oxeluiivo style prices consisting of more and come in curly nUll get first selection offer choice of an immense line of Choice Papers 5c5c 1OJ1which were sold at 25c 20c and 15c JEVOZ oldHOC 1C Rollt Z5CAtthis t 15t ZJ and Z5Cmarketthat of ordinary goods i tarZ BC1V Sl MAIN STREET aDvillea The Interior Journal 1as Bnier ntiie PottQffivrt Stanford ai rnri riinltt- r9Lr8HLD Tt1I1SDAYII AND JPRTDAM AT Sf00 PER YEAR CASH nrWken not so paid I1M will be chargeij L N TIME TABLE No II Houth 1111 PM No S Mouth 1SS p No si North IS8 A No nlorth ZJt P n JOSS RICE Agent Rhode Island Reds 1 hnve 5f ngleCmnl Rhode Island Red pullets and yearling hens for sale nt II each Mnst be dIJI tar iiinko room for breeding punK w Mrs nBOOOK Stanford Ky Jesse W Sweeney FKOFI1ICTOR Livery Feed and Solo Stable Lanoaster Ky ij B D CARTER New Uyerv Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY t Joseph 3244 Vol I forureg Tamworth Hwlno Iteconl Association Book u the rulesof the ssoclntlou and Im- beNosIHaoove Hire Kdwnrd No Vf OU m rtucgNoeltdamofStreCnnadla e s141r0 of dam Kentucky Boy No am- ollIal11 GoaSen lIRY No 196t Its well t dt the Tatnwortis Hwlne le the known prlc 8wlne on the market soldJldward 156 at 4 yenrs old for his dlllll Alonnd1 11 b 1J lOld- IetIOOO welgllL at it months lie crosses with every breed i wilt stand btm aL1 cah JoII ofFt Fruit and Orna mental Trees Shruba Grape Vines Asparagus ETerythiofj for Orchard Lawn and Ii Garden We employ no agents Cat iTnlogueoqapplication H F HIUEXMEVKK Sons Lexington Ky i jLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Furniture llattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY JCe McClary Undertaker Embalmer an- I Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY 8 Office Phone lfohe hone 35 II saxtifMSa + rtJlttxv FARMERS DEPARTMENT Charles Thompson of Fayctte bought at Georgetown 18 mules at 150 to J212601 One hundred acres of pasture land provide sustenance for 200 sheep or S3 horned cattle FOR SALE175 good ewes bred to Rood bucks will Iamb about February 20 J J Thompson Stanford R F IS Rio 4 FOR RENT12 acres best tobacco land in the country Red limestone in bluegrass for last 75 years R II Bronaugh Crab Orchard Ky FOR 15 highgrade Jersey heifers bred to registered Jersey bull and will find calves in February nnd March Will sell any number to suit the purchaser C T Bohon Son Lebanon Ky The famous pic saddler Preston will make the coming season of 1903 at J Carroll Baileys stable at Crab Orchard The old fellow is wintering well and 1s in better condition than ho has been for five years In the Lexington Poultry show last Saturday Miss Anna Tribble was award ed the following ribbons on her single comb Black Minorcas First second third and fourth hens fourth cockerel second pen Miss Tribble is quite a fancier and has some very fine chickens Advocate Neglected Colds Threaten Life From the Chicago Tribune Donttrifle with a cold is good advice for prudent men and women It may be vital In the case of a child Proper food good ventilation and warm dry clothing are the proper safeguards against colds If they are maintained through the changeable weather of autumn winter and spring the chances ota surprise from ordi nary colds will be slight But the ordinary light cold will become severe If neglected and a welt established ripe cold is to thoigerms of diphtheria what honey is to the bee The greatest menace to child life at this season of the year is a neglected coldJ 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 thin prepa ration has been attained by its re markable cures of this nllmtnv A cold never results in pneumonia when It is given For sale by all druggists FLATWOOD Tom Norvpll sold five pigs to W L Lawson at 4c The infant son of Mr and Mrs Le roy Robins died Friday and waS buried Saturday Manly Albright the smiling young hardware merchant of Brodhead was herd last week Milam Cheatham an old and well known colored man died at the county poorhouse and was buried in the colored church yard here The sale of the effects ofJ C Clouse which was advertised for Saturday was postponed on account of severe weather and will be on Thursday Feb 13 at the residence near Lawsons chapel Ben Cormney is with the homeoiks for a few days Miss Willie Cormney has recovered from the measles Rus sell Clouse is reported to be some better but is still very with pneumon la Grippe is sweeping the country Stop it with Preventlcs boforolt gels deeply seated To check early colds with these little Candy Cold Cure Tablets is surely sensible and safe Preventlcs contain no Quinine no laxative nothing harsh or sickening Pneumonia would never appear If early colds were promptly broKen Also good for feverlshchildren Lar 48 tablets 25 cents Vest pocket boxes 6 cents Sold by Pennys Drug Store GeorgetownDelfor quinine pills says the beans cured him S tSuffering and Dollars Saved K S Loper of Marllfa N Vsays VIca Salvo Ithas saved mo suffering and dollars It is by far tho best heal ing salvo I have ever found Heal burns sores ulcers fever sores eczq maahd piles 23e ut Pennys Drug Stara ry Chronic Constipation Cured One who suffers from chronic con stipation IB In danger of many seri ous ailments Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cutes chronic constipation as it aids digestion and stimulates the thoImence taking It today and you will feel better nt once Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and Is very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store Do you expect to get anything out of your investmentl Well answered the man who is pretty well discouraged if the price of paper keeps on going up the stock certificates ought to be worth tome thing Washington Starr Keeping Open House HTyerybody Is wolcpme when wo feel good and we feel that way only when our digestive organs are working properly Dr Kings New Life Pills regulatJ the action of stomach liver and bowels so perfectly one cant help feeling good when ho ues these pills 25c at Pennys Drug Store The long whiskers of J C Gage a tool manufacturer of Vineland N J were caught in a revolving shaft and the whiskers were being rapidly wound up when the machinery was stopped but not before Gage had lost u big bunch of hair- Pittsburg Millionaire after registerI ing Second floor suite for wifeClerk scanning entry Pittsburg Whose wife sir7Puck For Rheumatic Sufferers The quick relief from pain afforded by applying ChamberlalnuPainBulm makes It a favorlto with sufferers from rheumatism sciatica lame back lum bago and deep seated and muscular pains For sale by all druggists 10 REWARD I persontrespttdug puMlielauds of other lOplr J UlIrllCllltlr GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no ones word for It but como and tee All l surd nt rwlucwl prlcm Me- nnndladlrsUnderweitrnndRubbers hml and lloyiHulli At l1ott1 will lw wry grate ful for your iMitroiinge Ii J MMITII A S PRICESurgeon DentIst ITANFORD KENTUCKY Juice over McRoberU Drug Store In the Owtloj Build- ingNOTICE 1 Lincoln Circuit Court R U WnwnM Ailmr IL O Warrens llIra tIC heft Nolfce Orwlltor oftti estate of It O Warren UiCcuMUunairectwl to present thelrclaliui nto the undenlKnwl Master UoiniuUiIouer nt tilt ottlco In Hinnfonl Ky ononbelort Kcb la IHW rinlins not n cnt l within tlmUlme will not be allowed GEO U SAUFLEV M C 1 C Co MCKINNEY MARBLE ft GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors IViiler In and nmnufacturrr of Ormiltq end Manila Mnuunivnu KlrnlClitM Work at Itha0nahls clew Ofllco und Wurki cKlim yKy Hhop cloud on hnturUuy INSURANCEhr isaldent None but the HTltO iKBTOompanlei Ittprneotld Lowest Pea Ubl Lou raying lice lid Omen Talk with VIAHONY Stanford Kentucky Itpsidence Phone Non = =tine German Coach Stallion 4 years old lot hands high weighs about Iihls for sale He was fouled In Oldenburg Germany Is a fine In und has great style and actloft Will sell him at a very reasonable See him at J U Beazloys stable In Stanford and write mo for fur titer particulars J C HlSEHKART London Ky l If You Want the Purest and Best S b Drugs get Them from r STANFORD DRUG CO If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W jt MoRoberis f DRUOOJSl STANFORD IFor o 235 Brick manufacturing plant ollioo easy terms FraziermodernresILIence nud t3 acres land Ualck rest nit ne U- dentll for iiooo 0ooo farm In 1ulaskichange or S to Juart of other cry4motttin townand 20000 all Inor lIIue Grass section Stock will Invoice tooo difference onSomerset for farmWYBlue Gnu f2rmcclJangeFina No 3o2 1U acres ont mile west Of No hfostor brick rggrantlle Mod Switch on Somerset and Sianford frameandrooms one Landdoingfine rick residence with bath room base per acre If bought at once can be hadmeat hot air heat located on Main In Monticello This is an excellent opporfor Bltoo It IS a bargain tunlty for some one wanting an old estab Xo sot Stock of genera merchandise flooolacesbuilt into the town which will soon be In Somerset Reason for selling completed Write for hill particulars failing healthaWanubufrerlyNo2 Fourroom cottage new finish lots or can ba divided into tuourban farms ed in oak m KinRsvillo one acre land b110 acres each Price lao on g03JkGood location Fine poultry farm lrice terms Wo have nil kinds of properties tilt sale nod exchange If ill to rCil tCt write us tclliug just what you want or what you bore for sale or exchange Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ivy 1nnFirst National BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Thli tnitltutlon Wl originally eiubllihed M the Deposit Bagk of Stanford In nilthen reor anlxed at the National Rank of Stanford In HAS and again reor aalied ai the Flnt National Batk of Stanford In 1111 having had practically an uolnter rupted existence for U pears It Iu better supplied notl wIth facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In ILl long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cer poratloni Solicited =1 Offlosrsi J J t HOOKER Preil 8T DAHHII V Pre I J J MoKOUEliTB Otr w ii WFAUENAMI abet Directors Y Reid DanTllU 8 T Harris Stanford t J 8 Hocker Btanted K L Tanner McKlnn jM D Elaore Stanford H Baoghman Stanford T T Hill Stanford Jai Robinson Dabble J H BaunuBian 8taBfer4 J M Tottui Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford the Lincoln County national Bank orStanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3000000IS H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIERaJ B PAXTON VICEPRESIQENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JV ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS i J B StanrordiJohner Stanford Jn Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberta Creek K L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins rreacheraville Lilburn Gooch Gi berta Creek I1