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Ii I THE INTERIOP JOURNAL I IVOL XXXVSTANFORD KYI TUESDAY FEBRUARY 18 1908 NO 100 KINGSVILLE Mra Martha H Croltjhton Is confined to her bed with with a severe cold nnd has been obliged to postpone moving to her new homo in Durgin for a few days Mrs Lincoln Walls Is the guest her daughter Mrs Mont DIshon nlI Somerset Miss Effio Carey who has been spending the winter In New Orleans is with her mother here V N Uastin is visiting relatives at Somerset Miss Laura Dye is visiting trlends at ML Ucadloy 0 Mrs Claude lies the guest of her father F S viGooch at Waynesburg Cecil Gooc V telegrapher and lumberman who baR been sojourning in New Orleans and other Sourhern cities for the past tew months hoe returned home much to the delight of his relatives and friends l here New York with 4000000 populatlo had been adding to its total the three years preceding 1905 at tho rate ot- a year Philadelphia with a little less 1500000 hnd increased at tho rate of 30000 a year Notice To Contractors Notion II hereby given that I ni super vttor of turn dke riNUli fur Lincoln count Ky will until loo chick MONDAY M AllCH JIWK ircnlvc KIts tlhh for ttonunnd uniVflco tract Oil tlw viirloiu ivclloiu ol turnplk lu said Lincoln county Kentucky All bhu for lurnUlilnic muling hrvakli lIId rprndlng Itole and gratnnt b Soled nud l with nil on or orv o ulook AC Momlny throb 1 at Him ford Ky and no bids will foe recHrnl IIftllr that time UontrncU will bo lot to the low lIt nnil iwnt IMUilvri unit contractor will b minimi to glue ond with surety tb U np tot or the nlthful ixrfurmtw- esdthelreonlrnctaodfurall iwimltlpi nlu ilniimgpi fur failure tooM roriu tliflrcoi 1tracl withIn tho tune and under the con iHTclnnlUr HUnforil fInd lunvlllo pike Hocllon I Iron mnnfiml tollnwkln IIrnlichlII roil- tuns lOll 1 llninch to iloylo line rods gruvol- Uo li llrnneb from nn llrnncliitSrfxliitour Ilnnylllennd1astasterplkewholo roiu SJrodr roue- NMuford niul Knob Uric pike Hcetloii la from llniiRlnii York cntlle to 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Hiutouvllle to lllack no roil lone HIIIIIO WHOM 2 from Illicit ti Itoyle line tI nxl stout nnl10rods univul t nr ontnri HUitlon unit Morwlnna plae wholu rond roil univvl- Turnur vll and MoKluney plku M roil rniwl whole rood McKliiney and Ill rllt rvllli pike from John slur hays to MoKlnueyXrld Htnnfonl niid Huitonvllle pike nocUolI- from to TiirmrvllU roili tone Hume tectlon 1 from TurnorivllU q to III10tollII IJ roil IIrn1 unit su rodi alOIlO vlll nnd McOormnok Illkn Hoe 10Talsgtniidtectloliltroll Ham Hum lJIOluts to HI lildiopX 10 Hocilon S from O IIUIiopi to Knob llck 6 rodi mmlford and J nonstcr pike KetIon I trulll Htunfonl to bugnu lout t J0 rat NW110t1 trout logllll Inst to Nrnvrl1foglnneyto1Tys Ilko No I from Houth giiti rtlllt of Hoc S from loll gate to Fnlr ilacuSOroiU of itonts HiC 1 from Kali to Mt Halem 1 rods stone Hoc trout Mt Balcm to Onuoy lint W rod atone A McKlnnoy Ilke wholi roil 6 rats IIrllol- A rOIl oltunt or gravel shall eonslt 225 cuhlc feet ltiud broken stone ind IIrllollllUol be on horgWnlroad orsection y Hipt 1WJ All btiforo Oct metal Is to 10 ineuminxt by tin licrvl or who may when nnd whore It la to lw ipnnd Allcrlll11 stolln miit iw not later than Jan linw All crux loth stunt to lw left nt cruihor or on of pike In hno to M nivniuml liy supervsOrnnd nltorwanlH to Iw iprciul by contractor nnd wlinro illrtcttd by rvUorAIItpi urnllliediLt It RoOtS 10UII and Into and scroenml not to ert etdtwohlohusIndiameter Tho gravel mnit oleiin nnd III anil fnrnUhd on McKlnnoy and IolToys Mill plko and Turner vllle and McKlnnoy plko mutt lio rejectIwvItlililur must say 1broken by hand or criuhed reserves tho right to reject nnd all bldi lllnnU forniH on which may bo mauls can bo obtained from Oount utork of hoods tullY bo nt tho l1olllltIrklt Ollico 1IIIIY County will own a rock cruslier contractor will iMpurmlUud to use It our K UUI11CItAitHupervlaorTurnpikeI- toude for WncolnCounty i II Things Have Changed Deforo tho election tho Couder Joe nal placed the entire responsibility tor night riding upon Governor Deck ham Tho public was told that tho Ex ecutlvo had not lifted his hand to top it The fact that the Governor had or fercd tho limit of reward for each arrest and conviction in connection wllh the trouble did not stay tho pen of tho mallgncr a little question of tho truth or falsity of tho charge must not stand in tho way of tho general plan to give Oickham IiI Tho public was nsked to believe that if the Governor but lifted his hand the trouble would end Now wo find this conservator of the pence saying Tho Governor has made an effort to restore order and bring the guilty to justice but his power is IlInlt1 ed and his effort has been futile What has limited tho power of tho ex ccutivo since tho election If under tho beneficent Influences of a Peace Co gross a standing army and a battery of Catling guns night riding has multiplied tenfold during Governor Willsor administration we are anxious to know Just what Governor Ueckham should have done in premises nsldo from alTer- Ing the maximum reward for the purpose of assisting tho civil authorities Frankfort Journal Every Democrat who refused to support Blackburn was ever after despised by his party and the result was that they all went over to th Republican party and they wero not looked upon with any great favor by the rank and file of that party and those who refused to support hack burn had legitimate excuse to do and were in no sense honor bound to support him Not so in the present contest Ueckham is the nomi nee of the party as expressed in a State primary tho fairest mean btaining the wishes of tho people Tho people expect their represent Ivbs to respect tho decision as rendered In that primary and the leg ilator who defies tho people by bolt- Ing their nominee la only sounding his own political death knell Ho wit be despised by Democrats and scorn od by decent Republicans Owcnsbor Inquirer Neighborhood Favorite Mrs K D Charles of Harbor Maine speaking of Electric Bitters U8 It Is a neighborhood favorlt hero with us II It deserves to be a fa orlto every where It gives quick relief In dyspepsia llvcrcomplalnt kid soy derangement malnutrition nero outness weakness and general debit ly Its action on tho blood as a borough purifier makes it especial iteful an n Sprint medicine This rand alterative tonic Is sold undo uarantco at Ionnys Drug Store Mk There is a cat Ills name is Tom- I do not know where ho is from But every night His wife he brings And practices the Glee Club things They sit all night On our back fence Anti nothing serves to drive then thence But after all Thoyro only two And what can two poor pussies do Such simple woes Have lost their sting To him whos heard tho Gleo Club sing Harvard Lampoon Tho Hnrrodsbim +rold says that n swarm of bees was found making honey in tho court house there Thats about all tho old shack is Rood for It has cumbered tho ground much too long and is totally unfit for court purposes A fine old county like Mercer Bservea a better building In which to ispcnso justice and sho should have ono with tho shortest delay Prank Cart Journal Chamberlains Cough Remedy- A Favorite Vo prefer Chamberlains Cough cmody to any other for our child renisays Mr L J Woodbury of Twining Mich It has also done the work for us In hard colds and croup nnd wo take pleasure in recommend In K ItII For sale by all druggists I havent tasted liquor forthirty nine years Urn I say 1 havent tasted liquor for inc and thirty years Well sir is that a boast or a hint This May Interest You No ono is Immune from kidney trou blelso just remember that Foleys Idnojr Curo will stop tho irregularl tlell and euro any case of kidney and udder trouble that is not beyond tbe reach of medicine Pennys Drug- Store A Big Four train struck a Toledo and Western car at West Toledo Ohio Seven persons were killed and 12 injur cd It INEWS NOTES 5G committed sui cldo at Shelbyvllle Livingston county Mo voted tour to one for prohibition President Roosevelt utlvocatcs Government control of wireless telegraphy Fire at Williamson W Va destroyed a bank a hotel and five residences James A Violett the well knotc Frankfort lawyer has taken the bankrupt law John B Etlcy charged with killing his wife in Louisville in November 1900 was given a life sentence The plant of the Courier Lithograph- Ing Company at Buffalo N Y wns damaged to extent of 250000 by fire Charles W Krugor deputy chief at the New York fire department was drowned in a cellar while assisting his men to fight a fire Dispatches to the mercantile ngcncl indicate a moderate improvement In trade and a slightly bettor feeling regarding the future The Federal grand jury at New Orleans has indicted representatives ot various labor unions charging them with violating the Sherman antitru law Walter Kendrick adjudged insane at Franklin borrowed a pocketknife as- plunged it 11 times into his body In Rioting wounds that will probably prbv atalWcs Summerland and his son Charley were hanged at Carrollton Ala for tho murder of Jethro Jones a rich farmer Wes went to the gallows first his son following nn hour later Before the trap was sprung both Negroes made statements denying the killing Secretary Taft delivered diplomas tc tho 108 graduates at the United States Hilary Academy at West Point N Y The Secretary delivered a brief ad dress in which he told the graduates tho plainest duty of a soldier is to keep his mouth shut and obey orders Indictments charging perjury were returned by the New York grand jury gainst Foster M Voorhees former Governor of New Jersey and formerly president of the hankers Life Insurance Company and against Frank II lombcs formerly secretary of that ompany Tho cbarges are based on reports made to the New York State Insurance Department in1904 Skin Disease ofTwenty Years Standing Cured I want you to know how much hambcrlalnft Salvo has done for molt has cured my face of a skin dlsoati of almost 20 year standing I have been treated by several as smart phv iclans as wo have in this country and hoy did mo no good but two boxes if this salve has cured me Mrs Fan ilo Griffon Tfroy Ala Chamberlains Salve Is for sale by all druggists Hugh DeWitt a Mexican war veteran nt tho Indiana State Soldiers Home who died aged 93 years will be buried beneath a tombstone on which he himself had carved this epitaph- A bachelor lire beneath this sod Who disobeyed the laws of God Advice to others here I give Dont live a batch as I did live A weak Stomach moans weak Stom nab nerves always And this Is also true of tho Heart nnd Kidneys Its pity that Hick ones continue to drug the Stomach or stimulate the Hoar nnd Ktdnoy The weak nerves not the organs themselves need this help This Explains why Dr Shoopfl Hos iratlvo tins and Is promptly holpinf o many sick onos It goes direct to tllo cause of thoso diseases Test this vital truth and see Pennys Drug- Store Tho United States Internal Revenue Commissioner in answer to a letter or Inquiry from Savannah writes that the Government will not interfere with Locker Clubs organized in prohibition districts by which each member furnishes his own liquor supply so long- ns a drink is not transferred to a fel wmembcr for a consideration Keeping Open House Everybody Is welcome when wo feel- good and we feel that way only when our digestive organs are working oporly Dr Kings New Lifo Pills gulato tho action of stomach liver nnd bowels so perfectly one oant help feeling good when ho uses those pills 250 at Pennys Drug Store A cyclone passed over Tyler Tex Friday morning destroying a dozen houses and killing four Many others were injured Six people were killed by a tornado which destroyed- Moosvillo and two other villages in Mississippi What To Do When Bilious The right thing to do when you feel llous Is to take a dose of Chamber tins Stomach and Liver Tablets They will cleanse tho stomach and reg late the liver and bowels Try Price 25 cents samples free at all ugglsts IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES George Gregory an aged citizen of Pulaski is dead Squire R A Noel a well knqwn citizen of Garrard is dead Fred M lull Washington county oldest inhabitant is deadtMorgan Swope formerly of Garra county is dead in Missouri Ho was a son of DrBen Swope Barney Ballard fireman on a freir ht train between Corbin and Knoxville was killed while working with his train at Williamsburg- An attempt was made to rob the Mid dlesboro jmstofilce After drilling a hole in the safe the robbers from somo cause flsJ leaving their tools and dyna miteA small package of the serum recently discovered by Dr Simon FIexn has been shipped to Berea to be splnnlID B Chandler and Wix Dillion aro now weighing mail between Louisvil and Norton This is under a speck ruling of tho postoffice department ant will continue for 105 daysMt Vernon Signal Tho two hardware establishments at Somerset of Girdler Bros Main street and Elliott Pettus Mt Vernon Ave have been consolidated and incorporates under the style of the Girdler BrosEl iott Co with stock of about 25000 and will occupy the large building and annexes on Main street which was for many years occupied by Girdler Bros Acting Gov Cox has appointed Attorney John W Tuttle of Monticello special judge of the Laurel Circuit Court in the case of the Commonwealth gainst R Boyd indicted for the kill- Ing of James Sparks at the last September term of the court Judge Tut till will also sit in the civil action rought by the widow of Sparksagainst loyd for 30000 damages for tho kill Inlt of her husband and in tho case of Lillie Hobbs against Boyd as the executor of the estate of tho late Judge Robert Boyd to recover a portion of tho es state Judge James Hargis The following is from tho pen of Mr W P Walton of tho Frankford Journal who probably knew Judge Hargis as well if not better than almost any death of Judge James Hargis nt tho hands of a drunken and unnatural son is a horrible ending of a stormy life and his enemies will gloat over it and quote from scripture Asa roan livcth so shall he die He who liveth by the sword shall die by- tho sword etc If it gives them any com tort let them indulge their pro cnslty Nothingcan hurt the victim now Ho is at lost safe from slander and law suits The writer docs not hesitate to say that ho felt most kindly towards udge Hargis and did not believe him apable of tho crimes imputed to him Ho saw however only the good side ot his nature which was that of a orceful though amiable man who seemed full of the milk of human kindness end in his way did much of rood He was public spirited and heritable and no one in distress ever applied to him in vain More sinned against than sinning better man in every way than his enemies claimed Judge Hargis has gone to newer before that Judgo who knows nil things and will decide accordingly And let us hope that ho will not be- as unmerciful as those wbohounded him here The Jumping Off Place Consumption had mo In Its grasp nnd I had almost touched the jumping olT place when I was advised to try Dr Kings Now Discovery and I want- to say right now it saved my life Im ovement begun with the first bottle nOlI after taking ono dozen i bottles was a well and happy man again snys George Moore of Grimesland N C As a remedy for coughs and olds and a healer of weak sore lungs and for preventing pneumonia Now iscovory is supremo 60c and 81 at innys Drug Store Trial bottle free The army appropriation bill as it stands does not contain a provision for- the joint army and militia maneuvers planned by the War Department to take placo this summer It is hoped to hnvo- the item included in the bill when it is reported from the Senate Military Committee Special Announoement Regard ing the National Pure Food and Drug law Wo are pleased to announce that iloys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles Is not affect cd by the National Pure Food and- Drug law as it contains no opiates or- other harmful drugs and wo recommend It as a safe remedy for children nnd adults Pennys Drug Store Fl S1E1iMG CutPrice Sale All Winter Goods Must Be Sold Regardless of Cost In ofSpring820 Mens Suits cutto 1398 1750 II II II 1248 1500 II II II di 1148 1250 II I IiL048 1000 L748 750 498 85 t4c 86 0 348 81500 Mena OvercoaUCut to 81008 1250II II 848 1000II II II 608 750 850II II 4 08 348i5001008 1250II II II II II 898 1000II II II II II 648 84 Mens Higli Cut Shoes cut to 8348 8350 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 8298 83 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 8248 The above arojonly a few of the Bargains we have for you Come Jin and 8co what we have SAM ROBINSONe STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Geut Furnishings Etc TO HOUSEKEEPERS I The Standard Oil Cos INCORPORATED Celebrated Lamp Oil FIRE PiROOP Gives a PERFECT LIGHT and is su perior in every respect to the SoCall ed Fancy Oils for which you pay more money Try it and be convinced For sale by all uptodate dealers 1 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 Ha HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky THE SAFEST AND OMICSCEST VAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS DY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED t The Interior Journal L Co = JOHN WALTONI In a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count 01partyM BRUCE I of LIncoln county ubj ecttoatheooctton of the Democratic party JAMES Co HAYS Ira cAndIdate for jailer of Lincoln county to the action of the Democratic subject DCALLEN It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun 1 ty subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER II a for the Democratic nomina tion forjailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party Democratic Ticket 4 ForlUnited States Senator J C W BECKHAM WE heartily endorse the following from the Shelbyville Sentinel There is but one thing for Gov Beckham to do and that is to stand by his gun Ho owes it to his party to do this and be ing a good Democrat ho will do it Leaving hisjpolitical future out of the question common gratitude would deter him Ifroml setting a precedent thatI would mean the utter ruin of the party thathas honored him in tho past The 66 Democrats who are supporting him are doing so in the first place because he is the party nominee and entitled tot what he has fairly won but they have as an additional incentive the future welfarelof the party If the session should end without an election the fault would not lie at their doors better that y the State should have only one Senator from March 4 1909 to March 4 1910 then that a precedent should be estab lished which would prevent the election of another Democratic Senator for a sroreof years THE Louisville Times industrial edi tions or as we might more properly term them whisky editions since twothirds of the advertising space are devoted to whisky interests are very creditable newspaper efforts However in thisday of temperance legislation and dry times generally we fellows way out in the country do not greatly enjoy just reading about the bottled in bond or the whisky without headache etc Figuratively speaking it makes us spit cotton f Tim republicans said before the elec tion that the democrats had created too many offices and if put in power they would reduce the number It may no be out of place to mention the fact tha a stenographer to the governor is anew office made to order for the special ben efit of Gov Willson at a cost of S1200 per year f A FRANKLIN myLegislator who bolted Senator Blackburn a number of t years ago has just been forced to take p the bankrupt law It was a long tim coming but Mr James A Violet- finally got what ho deserved Let th selfstyled patiots in the present Legis lature take warning r r LEGISLATOR EDMUNDS of Barren county is our kind of a denocrat He dovwill stand for the nominee to the lastd 1k disregarding all personal preferences IPO AL forkpres i ridentr The Mississippi Senate passed the statutory prohibition bill The bill is c effective December 31Ii John Craynonl has been appointed il postmaster at Barren Fork and Green Sears at Bird Pulaski county Assisteant Postmaster General has announced his candidacy forlUnited States Senator from Kansas The Oklahoma House killed the hotel bill which required ninefeet sheets on beds and provided a penalty for the use f of cracked cups- Congressman Theodore E was unanimously renominated by thej Republicans of the Twentyfirst Ohio t congressional district According to the program being ar- ranged by Senate Republican leadersi riavote will be reached on the Aldrich bill injabout two weeks 4 Gov Willson I appointed Common I wealths Attorney James P Adams of Beattyville as Circuit Judge to sue a ceed Judge Robert Riddell who recent ly died Acting Gov Cox pardoned Mamie Cato a Negro of Paducah sent in t December to serve a year for maliciousI cutting She is about to become a t mother The first bill introduced at this ses sion of the General Assembly to beI come a law was signed by Acting Gov Cox It provides for a stenographer t for the governor Wisconsin Democrats at their State convention in Milwaukee instructed first last and all the demoIIIitt At LLI Representative Harvey Helm of this place has nominated Seneca C Routt for midshipman at the Naval Academy D R Lee of Danville and Ed Floyd Wilkinson are the alternators The army appropriation bill will be reported by the House Committee on Military Affairs with an amendment increasing the pay of enlisted men in the various degrees of service Judge T J Ballard of Lawrence burg has announced his candidacy fo delegate from the Eighth District t tho Chicago June convention He is secretary of the Kentucky Taft Club Acting Gov Cox appointed Kelley Kash as Commonwealths Attorney in the Breathitt district to succeed Jame- P Adams who was lamed as Judge to succeed the late Judge Ityb P Ernst chairman of the Republican State Central Committee issued a call for a meeting to be held in Louisville today to prepare a call for the State Convention which will probably be held in May- Representative Lillard of Boyle has introduced a bill providing that county and State funds shall be let to the banks making the highest bid for the moneyJand repealing the present State or county depository acts Tho convention of the Indiana Lin coln League at Wabash adopted resolutions indorsing the candidacy for President of Vice President Charles W Fairbanks by unanimous vote Senator Albert J Beveridge addressed the dele gatesFrank H Hitchcock First Assistant Postmaster General concluded his ser vice with the Government Saturday and on Monday handed his resignation to the President In a short time he will take up the work of managing the Taft presidential campaign Senator Clay of Georgia opposed th Aldrich financial bill in a lengthy speech in the Senate Mr Clay said it was a measure designed to aid the rich and further the power of national banks Mr Clay declared himself i favor of paper money issued by th Government to meet the demands of he Committee on Connty and City Courts has voted unanimously to rec ommed the passage of the bill providing for the creation of the county of Kenesee out of the counties of Pulaski Whitley and Wayne The bill as Intro duced by Representative Sawyer Smit provided that the new county should b known as Stearns but a change was made later LHere and There Twentyseven peopledied of pneumonia in Louisville last week Statistics show that the longest lived people eat the heartiest break fasts- t Receivers were appointed in Newt York for the Mutual Reserve Life In surance Company Thomas Humpkey one of the oldest and bestknown citizens of Lebanon died after a long illness While Fireman Andrew Owens w fighting the flames in the Bean City hi wife gave birth to triplets Ores containing gold silver and cop celebratee d a a Paducah Negro shot his wife twic shot at his five children and killed himself by sending two bullets through hi heart Miss Martha Davis aged 60 years o Peoria III who recently died of drop sy in her life had been operated on 85 timesHenry Stevens under sentence to theI penitentiary for two years for safe robbery and Henry Quinn charged with horse stealing escaped from jail at Monticello Friday night While Northern and Central Indiana was swept by snow and windstorms tit southern part of the State was suffering from floods Reports from Princeton Vincennes Evansville and other points express fear of a still higher stage of water T O Bassett of Toledo Ohio an W H Lyons of Lyons Station have been in Junction City several days ar ranging to start a large handle factory They will employ a large number men f and will make all kinds of handfes but plow handles will be their leader After being without a City Council a year Junction City has again assumed its former position in the municipal world Judge Puryear appointed the following officers Dr J R Steel Mayor and F T Burke Chas D Har berson R H McDonald and E B Sweeney Councilmen- A dispatch from Bethel Bath county says that James Snelly a Negro was found dead in a barn near that place with several bullet holes through his body He is believed to been shot fight several days ago when night riders attacked the barn of Nun Everman and were repulsed after a pitched battle The supposition is that belonged to the Suffering and Dollars Saved- E S Loper of Marilla N Y says I am a carpenter and have had many severe cuts healed by Bncklens Arnl ca Salve It has saved roe suffering and dollars It Is by far tho best heal ing salve I have ever found Heals burns sores ulcers fever sores ecze ma and puns 25c at Pennys Drug Store r lOur fnoble Governor ZwhoTtrBtarted after the night riders two months ego as if ho would eat em alive is now leisurely junketing in the East and his adjutant general has gone South on an indefinite visit while the night riders are still in the saddle Tho Willson administration begins to look something like a farce Owensboro Messenger If you have Catarrh rid yourself of Shoopoyou a trial box of his Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy A simple single test will surely tell you a Catarrh truth well worth your knowing Writs today Drugta At a conference held with the Ten nessee Railroad Commission in Nash ville the Illinois Central Louisville d Nashville and Nashville Chattanooga d St Louis railroads agreed to adopt the coupon system regarding tickets sold after April 1 pending the settle ment of the passenger rate reduction cases in the Alabama courts The statement of tho New York Clearinghouse banks for the past week shows that the banks hold 30850225 more than the requirements of the 25 per cent reserve rule This is an in crease of 1018050 in the proportionate cash reserve as compared with the pre vious week- Attorney General Bonaparte has di rected the opening of prosecution against the Southern Pacific railway for 108 cases ofrebating involving X30 000 and 500000 in each ease 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Kates bee fore Insuring Nothing but Hrstclass Companies Repre eentolIJesse D Wearen 1The Insurance Mane Phone 36 STANFORD KY Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court E1OwIey rur VI Mary U Yeland Et AI IHrti Notice of Kale ruriuimt to u Judgment and order of Palo In the above styled action In the Lin coIn Circuit Court the undesigned Malttr- Oommlssloner wll on MONDAY KKlt2lth BetN eep t and v X In front of the court publicefollowing descrfoed real eitutu which It In Lincoln county Ky The laid real estate Is that tract of land on which A M Keland resided at tho time of his death and U located on the HtnnforU and Ihtnrllle Turnpike about four and onehalf mile woteriorIln8gInlie pnnlaguttheahutmentof tits Hang In and Dan villa thence up the pIke with the line olJfilhewsonthaHwope place now owned by Jackson to the corner of Mrs K Dawson land thence the line of nld land to the corner that land and the land of T C Robinson deccnMd thence with the line of the mold ilohtneon hand to the corner of the land known as the Cash tract thence with the line of that load to the land of J T Hackley known as the g valley place thence a straight line to the Hanging York thence Hackley lineup Hanging Fork to the J llonley land the line of that land to the corner of the Hnmford Krwln land thence with the line of that land to the corner of the Virginia KIng- S land thence wIth thellne of that laud to moruaThecourlwljudgesthatthis land can not Impairment to its value and accordingly the vntlra bunn darywlll lw sold u whole Out of the Owsloyof I137WUM with Interest thereon at the rate oio percent per annum from Nov whicheof the lum which will be allowed to the disbursingaAlter the payment of said debt and the proffuture orders of the court The ode will bo mude on credits of six and prlctogotherthereon to bo due and payable at expI- ration of each of the periods of time nfore said For the purchase price the purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security payable to the Commissioner and boating Interest at the rate of six per cent puilltheII Judgment and further secured by alienon the land sold Upon the confirmation of the vale the pur posewhich has heretofore loan by Com m union era of tho Lincoln County Court allotted to Mary C Feland as her dower In the lands of A M Feland deceased The said land allot ted II bounded us follows Beginning at a lolnt In the middle of the IMnvlllo and itanford the gate and en trance to the dwelling bouts a corner to ofdchain N 80 W 7 chains N W tlUUuhalns pIkethenceschool house lot N Says K t Mino chains N4I W 3X chains 94iW 3 W1UU chains to the trout face of the Moutbeust abutment UanglngYorkHoutheast bunk N8SKfi chains N lift K passing line of the Hlchardnon tract at Me loo In all on ame course chains N IK K MlOclmlnn N 18H W 9 chains N W7 chains N 85 W J 63100 chains to a point at a stone fence a now corner In line of whole boundary thence n new line laity ing the creek N e0 K 25 1H100 chains to a red oak on the east side of and near drain a H Ntlin chains to a wild cherry tree N SWiKT 73100 chains to a links N 6i31V from n largo cherry tree thence a fence B 6M K 15 chains to a stake at the end of n stone with said fence N kI W 8 43100 chains toastake then still with fence H W a KMO chains to the beglnnlnlficontol lllg count Ing to the Fork ll4y this part which has been allotted to Mrs will hove the right to roo tain possession and use until but on and after that lIate the purchaser- will then become Immediately entitled to the full possession oT said boundary but If the purchaser of the tams desire to sow wheat or rye on any part of tbo land the use of which Is so reserved by the widow providedhecrop then standlngon the land The widow entitled to egress and ingress to the land after the 15th of OctoborUHand until Jan ilea for the purpose of removing crops which she shall ove cultivated dur ing hut In no doing she shall pay due regard to the rights of the owner of the land The purchaser will also bo entitled to the Joint use with the widow of the puss way from the turnpike rood hick to any of the included In the boundary reserved to the widow us afore said whenever he desires to do so for tho purpose of using occupying or looking after the land GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C I tlff t h H J MCROBERTS Sale Feb 8th and We do this to make room for Spring Goods to turn our large stock into CASH and to offer a real to goods at MUCH LESS THAN THEIR REAL during this sale NOT ONE ITEM WILL BE Mens 82500 Suits at 81861 2000 1400 1750 1300 1500 1100 1150 900 10CO iOO- Mens 82000 Overcoat at 8140 1750 125 1500 1000 1250 861 1000II 700 Odd Pants 000 Pants at 8J5C 35C 275 350co t 250 300 200 250co 175 200 150 150 100 125 Knee Pants 100 100 75 50 35 Mens Shirts 8260 Wool Shirt at 8150 200 12i 150 100 100 7fc 150 Dress Shirt 100 100 7i 50 35 50 Work Shirt 40 Mens 300 Silk Mulllcr at 8170 250 150 200 12C 150 100 100II CC 100 Silk Hkfs i5 50 4C 25 20 100 Silk Suspenders 50 50 Suspenders 40 25 21 15 Linen Collar 1C 10 05 100 Overalls 80 50 4C 20 Rain Coats 82500 Contat 1811 2000h1750 1300 1500 llOC 1000 76C Boys Suits 81000 Suits at 8G5C 750I 66C 650 47f 500 375 400 30C 350 25C 300 f 22J 25 171 arc wo wo for as A M i 0PM Land Posted I Notice Is hereby given to tho that our Innd M hosted Trelpnuenwlll do punI shed to the full of the law Positively no plJasll1tthrou h the 11 JMIIIH Highland arge tor OUClentUI al ty f i ng eyes by up to date methods Pro icrlptionglnsses to order let wornstyle or mounting anti satisfactory Permanently located In Central Telephone Ky L O POWELL Graduated Mail Us a Check is Due this Office Heart Strength UenrtweakneameenNavyIhtengthor itlvely not one weak heart In a hundred In 1F ahiddenThis obscure nerve the Cardiac or Heart Nerve simply and must hue more power more more conUOIlInJ more governing- strength WIthout that the II ejrt must continuo havetheseDr8boollfor weak ailing Dr lint sought the cause of aU this u4 palpllRtlncll1ffoea fag heart Dr Bhoops Restorative this popular prescription Is alone to these bulldll1tltrenlthel1llltIf you have strong Circa di reltJon strengthen these neryestustallsht- hem M needed with Shoops RestorativePENNYS m CASH Clearance Boys Shoes 83GO Patent at 82N 350 Gun Metal 2M 300 Shoes HW 260 4I 185 U15 1 OI 125 Girls Shoes 8200 Shoes nt ld 1VI lK 150 125II 100 100 7r 85 or 05 U Mens Heavy Shoes 8300 Shoes at 822J 250 18B 200 lCfi IfiOII 1 23 Rubber Shoes 8400 Kubbcr Boots nt 8331 350 30f 300 Uuoklo Shoos at 225 250 Buckle Antics nt 186 200II 16Q lilII 140 00 Rubber Shoes at it 70 i 10 41 Mens Shoes 8500 Walkover nt 8 lOf 400 32J 350II 285 500 Mania HiG 400 800 350 2 ilJ Heavy Shoes 8000 High Ton 8451 500 noo 350 Honest Mike 8500 887 450 35 o 400 82 260 Shoes 2K Mens 8150 Garment 0 II 7 0 0ro SfJ 25I 1 5 Silk at 850 o 500 85 400 2475 Gloria 20Q 250I f 200II 15 150 lll125 0 100II 7 fiOII 3i SALE I Begun Saturday Continues Three Weeks genuine opportunity purchase Remember CHARGED Clothing Overcoats 500r Furnishings 30chihls Underwear Umbrellas Hosiery 8300 Silk nt 250u 170 2 00 150 100II60Li j lo 110M ntt fiG 25 Cottnn HO J ntJ20 15 10 10t 4 7 4 f f 25 Boys N 20 25 Mines v 20 15 Boys Hear Skin 10 15 MUccs 1 0 10 t 8 Ladies Shoes f t 8J60 Ultra nt 8260 800 Brockiwrt nt 226 250 Shoos nt 200 vnHats8600 StoUon Huts nt8 tjO 460 IrAO 350non 5 Soft Hats at OD 260 1IJ5 200r160 1 100 Trunks 0Tf liOl500 t1iQ ja IGOu 880 400 5UOO SuitCases81000 at 760 600 4180I 850 Ladies at 278 700 leather Bags nt CCO 000 600 500 400 Rubber Clothing 8300 Fish Slicker at 85260 Shield Slicker at 500 Borer nt 400 Gloves 8200 Gloves at 8150 160 115I100 60 O 26 J U 20 HandkerchiefsSocks Linen Handkerchicts at lifio leu lOa Grto- 50c Sftks nt 025c 0c j 150 100 j lOc 7o IIn addition to the above many little things cannot mention Oomo and what we can do you I we do not do in this sale wo do every doy in life jiut what wo promise Our doors open at 7 close at Again remember is n CASH SALE II J McROBERTS StonrerdI public extent plneo nllowttt Ky examination ground rriuni material guaranteed charge moderate Optometryst for What and hoop distress directed would Hearts Dr DRUG STORE 200II 120 Fine 371 400I 2RI Boots Mike 810 750 tOO How 200 Gibraltar 176 180- i6o 300 Leather Cases 200 Coat 25c WCoi these this needs HOI Wider Dome 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 Stanford Kentucky DO ITNOWrv Get Aldridge to put you on a tin roof that will keep you dry and catch good clean waIter in a galvanized gutter Pipe it to the cis tern put on a cast iron cistern top that will last a life time and a galvanized bucket t fpump to purify and pump the water- S 1 H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky b 9 JIIIW1Iillt ltp Ladies and Childrens Shoes At popular prices wo arc showing thawing eoino excellent values 125 buys u ladys nil olid Douglas kid cloth top shoo 3 to 8 sizes sum buys latlysBolicl leather solo kid shoo heavy or light solo plain or tip 3 to 8 sizes 200 goU more rent shoo vnluo that you ever got in one pair of shoes before 300 to 350 gets the best You payonly for what you get in theE and get what you pay for SEVERANCE SON STANFORD f I STANFORD KY PIII IX 1908 WB arc ready to figure with you on for Spring Wo recom mend SherwinWilliams as tho best and cheapest Pennys Drug Store tPERSONALS MRS W G WITHERS is quite sick SUM GARLAND SINGLETON Is convalescing MISS DOLLIE MCRODERTS Is With Lexington friends MR IL ROWAN SAUKLEY of this of flco is a grip sufferer Miss ALUE YANTIS of Lancaster is with bliss Bessie Yantis Miss SARA BAUGIIMAN is with Mrs S M Sauflcy In rankfortIMRS JOHN J McRoiiERTS has been quite sick but Is improving DR T W PENNINGTON has been laid up with grip for several days MR R L COFKEY Is in Frankfort watching the Legislature in action MRS MOLUK WRAY who has been ill so lon was somewhat better yes dayIII Pains J C LYNN who has fever was very low when wo went to press BonN to tho wife of Granville Lutes a 10pound boy on the 12th Liberty News a TilE wire and little dughter of Rev D M Walker tho new pastor of tho Christian church joined him hero Friday MISSES KITTIB GOOCII and Abbie Lutes were guests of Mrs L B Owens in the West End Mr T W Waifs of Birmingham was also a guest at the Owens home Mn HARRY B HOCKOT returned last night from New York whore ho has been in tho interest of tho firmof A B Robertson Bro Mr A S Robertson who Is in tho East will return next week Dnnvillo Advocate- A DELEGATION from Stanford Lin coin county composed of Attorneys W S lurch George B Sauflcy and Thom ai H Shanks and Mr G L Penny got in last night 09 business before tho Court of Appeals today and to 1 a look on the legislative session They were taken in tow by Representative Shanks Senator Hubblo and Doorkeep er Dunn all of Lincoln county Introduced to tho notables about tho Capital Hotel and enjoyed a short chat with lion Windy Bill Thompson Frank fort Journal LOCALS ILOCUST posts and shingles for sale Saullcy Ky Facts and Fiction at tho Meth IIUN next Thursday night Feb TwENTY rlvs cents pays for tho solo- squartettes and lecture on Tho Dear School received a carload of White IJUST seed oats J S Murphy IN1cu lot of locust posts 4for sale at Jumbo Ky D C Sipple Stanford R F D No3 FIVE THOUSAND rods American Field Wire Fence in stock W L Perkins Crab Orchard Ky TUB Current Event Club will meet I with Mrs W M Bright at 2 oclock Thursday afternoon All members aroI cordially Invited ITuc Epworth League offers a very fair proposition Come and receive tho goods Thursday night if not satisfac tory tho money will be refunded FOR RENT OR SALETWO largostoroI p rooms In tholbest business block in thoI town of Stanford Ky J S OwsleySr 248 Ashland Ave Lexington KyI TUB Epworth ague managers agree to pay back tho money to everyone who is dissatisfied with tho lecture next Thursday evening at the Methodist church 4 TUB members of citycouncil havo t been placed on committees as follows J R Beazloy and Mark Hardin street i J C McClary and Ed Wilkinson BaniI tation and George B Sauflcy and B McKinnoy finance NOTICE Having removed on LanI I faetor street opposite tho courthouse I solicit your trade in all kinds of repairing of watches clocks jewelry and graphophones Also such things sold on small commission Robt Fen zed Stanford Ky SEE tho Chattanooga Plow before you buy Goo H Farris CARLOAD of Pioneer Wire Fence just received J3JT Pence PLACE your order for Amercan fence at onco At Geo H Farris CU5TIIK3 cleaneddyad repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop KEMEMIIER tho masquerade rink FriIday night rij in cash given away CALL at McRobcrta Drug Store for tickets to the lecture Thursday night at tho Methodist church FQR SALE160 bcaringginsengp- lants 1000 small plants and 7000 All for 10 A P Brackett Stanford LADIESOur Spring lino of Oxfords In Tans Patents and Vicl kids have ar rived Call and see them Cummins Wearen TUB Warren Grigsby Chapter D IL will meet with Mrs W II Higgins 2 oclock this Tuesday afternoon a attendance is desired A GOOD crowd witnessed tho very clover performance of Nip and Tuck by tho Harry Webber Co at Waltons Op era House Thursday night FOR SALEA 05i Hot Blast Air- Tight Heater will heat three or four rooms Will sell cheap Write to J C Pepples It ft Lancaster TELL the people havesecured aIfarm hand said Mr M S Baughman- to us tho other day Since the insertion of the little local I have had dozens of applicants ho addedtAT tho Masquerade rink next Friday night 21st 5250 in cash will be given to tho best masked female and a similar amount to tho best masked male Doz ens will enter tho contest and the evening promises to be an enjoyable ono TUG social at tho Christian church Friday evening was fairly well attended notwithstanding tho inclement weaI ther It proved a very delightful occaI sion and it was lato before the happy young pooplo left tho church Light refreshments were served TilE Icctdre of Uev C N Caldwell at tho Presbyterian church Friday ev ening was full of tragic and thrilling Interest Ho was in tho famine district Ho has a parish of 3000000 souls the largest number dependent upon ono missionary with his native helper in the world today Rev Caldwell covers a territory in Central China 150 by 100 miles every three months WALTER HUNT an L N brake man had both legs cut old and died from tho effects near Brodhead a few lays ago He had been sent to flag a train and is supposed to have gone to sleep Ho was partly awakened by the whistle of tho engine pulling train No 23 and had gotten up when tho engine struck him His homo was at Brod- head where ho had a wife and two children TUB February term the Lincoln circuit court will begin Monday next 24th This office got out tho docket for it Saturday On it are two murder cases J Harvo Watts for killing Hal VanDeveer and Dick Lee for killing another Negro 21 felony cases 85 misdemeanors 41 old Commonwealth cases 13 common law appearances 89 old equity cases Ii equity appearances 12 casesICARPENTERAfterlong illness during which time her sufferings were intense Mrs Abbio R Carpenter died her home near Hustonville at 5 oclock yesterday morning She was tho wife of Mr T L Carpenter and one of tho very best women in the West End Deceased was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Jesso P RifTo and like them was a devout member of tho Christian church She is survived by her husband and four children Mrs C F Montgomery of Liberty and Messrs Jesse Luko and Ray Carpenter of this county May tho Lord help them to bear tho fearful loss they havo sustained Tho funeral will be preached at tho Presbyterian church at Hustonvillo tho church of her denom nation being under repair at 1 oclock this Tuesday afternoon by Eld J Q Montgomery after which tho remains will bo laid to rest in tho beautiful city of tho dead just outside of town May tho sorrowingones find consolation in tho words He dooth all things well I Sortie Men Dont Know That we nro selling two of tho best lines of mens shoes in this county Wo have many customers who swear byour shoes and our personal guaran tee is backof each pair Then tho prices on our shoes mean a saving to you The next time you need a pair of shoes either for dress or service do your puree the kindness to examine our shoes and prices i- I QUARTETTES solos and lecture at tho Methodist church Thursday night MASQUERADE rink at Waltons Opera House Friday night Feb 21 5 in cash to best maskers at FOR SALEA choice Butt Op plngton cockerels Mrs W J Holtz claw Gilberts CreekJCy OLD aunt Mary Ann Dawson a well at colored woman died and was buried Saturday afternoon at LAST CallAll accounts not paid by March will be placed in an attorneys hands with instructions to bring suit if necessary Our business must bo set Cummins McClary Ir1WE arc nil going to the lecture Fun and Fiction at tho Methodist church Thursday night If Bro Barker docs not furnish us with fun for 50 min utes the INTERIOR JOURNAL will adver tise him as a member of The Ananlas ClassSlCCIRGIL MCKNIGHT DEAD Hon Virgil McKnight Representative in tho Legislature from Mason county and one of tho original bolters died at Frankfort yesterday morning after a brief Illness An election will bo held to name his successor Tho Legisla Lure adjourned yesterday until Thursday out of respect for the dead mem berIAT n meeting of tho Lincoln CountyI Fiscal Court held February 5 following order was entered to wit It ordered by this Court that all County Roads in Lincoln county bo worked between the first day of May and tho first of July in each year And is fur ther ordered that tho claims for such work bo filed with tho Clerk of the Lincoln County Court on or beforo July 1 in each year Gco B Cooper Clerk by E D Pennington D C HOME BURNEDMr EmbryT Beaz leys homo on Logans Creek burned about 630 yesterday morning The houso was an oldfashioned ono and was entirely consumed About half of the contents were saved Mr Beazlcy saw tho blaze from the stable but does not know what started tho fire He had 1250 insurance on tho houso and con tents in a company represented by Judge W A Tribblo Mr Beazley and family will likely movo to town r IT is to bo hoped that tho grand jury which will bo sworn in next Monday will look carefully Into the illegal sale of whisky that is being carried on in Lincoln county and that many indictments will be returned against the guilty parties We aro informed that in many sections of tho county and especially in the East and West Ends the law is being flagrantly disregarded and that conditions are not much better than before the County Unit Law went into effect There is no reason or ex cuso for this if the officers and tho people will do their duty Indict tho lawbreakers and a stop will bo put to their efforts You aro not doing your duty as a good citizen if you know of people selling whisky or disregarding any of the other laws and aro keeping it secret from tho proper authorities MATRIMONIAL Tho Japanese youth gives his sweetheart instead of an engagement ring a piece of silk for her sash William Lawrence of Sheffield Ct aged 26 has taken as his eighth wife Miss Sarah Laird aged 1C years A A Wren a widower of 42 and Miss Margaret Irvine both of this county wero married at Henry Neals Dont marry till you feel that youI positively can not live without herI says a Cleveland minister to bachelors Judge Charles D Webb and Miss Georgia Fithian wore married at Paris Judge Webb used to set typo In thisI officeMiss Theodora Shonts daughter of Theodora Shonts president of tho In terborough Rapid Transit Company was married at tho Shonts homo New York to tho Duc do Chaulnes 0 P Bowman and Miss Ida TilfordJ popular young people of married at tho Reed Hotel Lexington The groom who is tho cleverest kind of a gentleman is a brother of Mrs W M Myers of Hustonvillo John Connelly and Sheriff Culton of Uoylo county havo gone to St Augustine Fla to bring back Frances WJ Hannah who is charged with bigamy in that ho married Connellys sister though ho had a wife in nlI lie will bo vigorously prosecuted CHURCH MATTERS Quarterly meeting at the Methodist church Sunday and Monday Services at the Presbyterian church lIustonville next Sunday morning and night Mrs E L Ford and Misses Stella an Nell Ford of Detroit gave 10000 to establish a manual training department the school at Hazel Green Ky maintained by the Christian church Mrs Salina Davis who died recently Inez left by her will one acre of ground on which a church is to bo built by United Brethren congregation Two unusual provisions regulate the bequest If the building is ever used by any other denomination or Sunday school Is ever held in the church the property is to revert to her heirs Tho training stables of Wado Richards near Lebanon were destroyed by fire and 11 fine horses Amon tho horses destroyed were Quickstep a harness stallion valued at 1000 an Marion Chief a saddle stallion The remainder were sale horses valued at about 200 each The total loss wlll reach 6000 with insurance of about half that amount Tho origin of tho fire is unknown Health Coffee is really tho closes Coffee Imitation over yet produced This the finest Coffee Substituto eve made has recently been produced bj Dr Shoop of Racine Wis Not a grain of real Coffee Is in it either Coffee Is mado from put cereals with malt nuts etc It would fool an expert whi might drink it for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes boiling Mado in a minute says tho doctor Pennys Drug Stored Three hundred night riders the majority from Trigg county raided Eddy vile Sunday morning whipped four white men and six Negroes The horn of Judge Rucker was wrecked and many shots were fired into tho hour before ho would come out Tho coal operators and miners of the Pittsburg district arranged for a meeting early this week to prepare a program for the Wage Scale tee to the joint meeting of operators and miners in Indianapolis February 27 Joo Bush aged 50 years ono of the besttodo citizens of Richmond whil attempting to walk after several weeks of severe illness fell on the floor of his room breaking a leg just below the hip Notice To Claimants Persons having claims nRiiluit the estat of James K Lynn will present them to UI property proven not later than Mnrch 15 for IUlI1lII JC rued JO Lynn adnt rs J1 1nn Home In Middlebur For Sale J wIsh to sell prlvntcly the hOI und In MlddlvUirg Unsey county known ns tllImmoCownn property The home U n ont story trainn n Fowl condition nebnuir outhouses and the lot contains ntxiut Itr ncre Two wells on the flues Hplundl school In town and the several denomlnr tloiu have creditable churches For furtbc particular amity or write to me J rUULt TurnerslIle Kj A Mild Laxative For Babys Bowels The infant or the child should not be given salts purgative waters or hatspills or tablets when the bowels are coo stipated and neither should any medi be used that contains a narcotic- It is well for mothers to reraembe that there is no better gentler or more effective remedy for childrens stomach and bowel troubles than Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin Its purity and mildness make it especially adapted to young peoples use It works gently but sure containing as it does man tonic ingredients not only cleans ou tho congested bowels but tones the system and makes the child feel better Ie every way DcCaidwellaMAy eld Ky and she writes tbit It te her baby regularly and that she would not be fonttimeremedyforliver trouble diarrhea colic worms and the maul other Ills that afflict the stomach and bowels It Is guaranteed to do what we claim and by Us use a home cure at very little cost II easily brought about Children are often troubled with skin andIthe matter with them Is stomach trouble tba Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin will correct Oo h your druggist today and a bottle and Set quickly the child gets well again ustocent bottle has often restored an entire family buyylugaddressing the company This offer It to prove tnat tnt do M we claim only optn to whoA nom taken It Sendfor It if have say Symptoms of stomach liver or bowel disuse Owtfeit yet most effective laxative for children women and old THEPUBLICproductbeatsPEPSIN SYRUP SO 1itlialdwell Bldg Montloillo III Mens and Boys Shoes The kind that wear Men should wear a pair of B fc P guaranteed Patent Leather shoes They cost only 400 Other PatcriU Vicis and Gun- Metal at 8350 Try us for n show for service 8150 to 8300 A VEX ING QUESTION is shoes tor the boy We are nlwaya on the alert to buy or fell tho best Try ours next time IIDBIJERS Mene Womens and Childrens Rubbers tho HoodaBrand South East Corner Main and IDepot StreetsI10 Per Cent Off For Cash For the Next 15 Days On all Winter Gloves Hose Net and Outing Skirts and Underwear This Sale lasts until March 1st so come early and get your choice A few prs of House Slippers also going at 10 per cent off Absolutely nothing will r be charged to any one at these prices Let us save you money these hard times TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court HouseISTANFORD KENTUCKY The Dead Lock Is Bro eiiIf they can not Elect a Senator at Frankfort I can Cut the Prices in Hustonville- In Merchandise- My Clearance Sale will begin Feb 1s This meanS a great sacrifice and slaughter of values Calicoes 5c Spool Cotton 5c Clothing i 3 per cent off Ladies Cloaks halt off We can not carry theso over if prices will unload ShoesLadies and Childrensfrom 50c to S150 the kind we sell from 82 to 8350 We cant enumerate hero on paper but can at the store Como early to get choice No goods sold to merchants to retail trade only CoTPositively goods charged at these prices CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter I FLORIDA AND ANEW ORLEANS WITHOUT I ICHANGE I j 11 YIA I v7 11 QUEENCRESCENTROUTEY Tourist T1Cke1i5On Sale November tat 1907 j Winter Returning May 31st 1908 For Information and Ikt of hotels adjren D C KINO G P 0 T A 111 Male Sty Lexington Ky t 1 Buy Your Harness Plow Gear Trace Chains Col lars and Harness from i Geo D Hoppers Stanford yJ If You Want the Purest and Best Drugs get Them from 1OKti STANFORD DRUG CO i un i The Change Of Your Life Time Never before in the mercantile history of Danville have the people had such an opportunity to purchase staple highgrade goods at such a large reduction as we are now offeripg in our Special Sale of Fine Wall Papers We are offering 4OOOQ rolls of the best that the market affords at prices that are absolutely startling This is all good stock andis not the pickedover laidinthecorner kind but is the best there is to be had We are now offering f this entire lot in order to reduce our stock at less than 13 of Regular Price I I 15 20 25c Papers that sold for 15 20 and 25c cents we are sacrificing at The Interior Journal e Entered in the Port Ofret at Stanford ii ttxmdclatt mater PTTBUBHBD TUESDAYS AND FIUUAT AT 100 peR yeAR CASH MWben not 10 paid 1200 will be charged L N TIME TABLE F No 21 Bouth 1121 P X No st south 1230 PM No 24 North 433 A No a North J18 r x I JOSS RICE Agent Lumber For Sale All kinds of Rough Lumber for sale Bills tilled on short notice Grist mill In connec tion MIIIonUmenriver Jumbo rondo miles Last of McKinney Terry A Newell McKinney K- yRhode Island Reds I have 73 Single Comb Ithode Island Red pullet nnd yearling hens for sale atleach Must be disposed of to make room for breeding Stanford Ky Jesse Wt rnorriEToB Livery Food and Sale Stable Ky B D Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A SSurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Oweley Building Joseph 3244 Vol I Is pure bred and has boon accepted for reg istry In the first volume of The American Tamworth Swine Hecord Association Hook under the rulesof the association and will be No S21I an above Hire Edward No ski dam Alexandra No 2M7 Hire of Hire a olla Bruce No xvuudnm of HlreCanadfan Nellie 231 Biro of dam Kentucky Boy No don of dam Golden Days It Is well known that the Tamworth Swine Is the highest price swine on the market Ills sire Xklwnrd weight 1M3 at years old sold for v10 Ids daub Alexandra weight sold for 21030 JIll weight 853 at month Jle crosses well with every breed I will stand him nt II cash JOHN OOOK Stanford Ky Ih Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingBRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY t Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY 1 f Home Phone 83 a LI 2 L 5e FARMERS DEPARTMENT M J Farris sold to Thornwell Myra pair of work mules for 340Advo- cateThree carloads of honey have been exported recently from Texas to England FOR SALE300 or 400 bales of good timothy hay for sale L C Dunn Mt Salem R T Bruce sold to William Robinson ofBoyle a fouryearold mare mule for 21250 At Lexington last week 419 horses sold at an average of 31333 or for a total of 292285 At Meyers sale in Boyle milk cows brought 34 to 4750 horses 50 to 150 corn 3 and hay 1050 Dogs killed 50 and wounded 19 sheep for C A Smith of the Rockfield sec tion of Warren county Pledges have been made to cut out 2850 acres of tobacco In Woodford county this year out of a total of 4200 acresS Coulter White will dispose of alot of cattle hogs feed househeld and kitchen furniture at public sale at his home near Liberty on Feb 22 J W Allen of Huatonville was hero taking up hogs He drove oil 100 for which ho paid 31 to 4c Mrs M L A len has bought J S Hoskins farm on Allen Creek for 2000 Liberty News The horse and jack season is not far off The INTERIOR JOURNAL is better than ever prepared to print cards bills or any thing you may want to adver tied your stallion or jack Let us hear from you FOR SALEt5 highgrade Jersey heifers bred to registered Jersey bull and will find calves in February and March Will sell any number to suit the purchaser C T Bohon Son Lebanon Ky Neglected Colds Threaten Life From the Chicago Tribune Donttrlfle 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 of a surprise from ordl nary colds will be Blight3 But the ordinary light cold will become severe if neglected and a well established ripe cold is to the germs of diphtheria what honey is to tho bee The greatest ineuace to child life at this season of the year is al neglected cold Whether it is a child or adult tho cold slight or severe the very best treatment that can be adopted is to give Chamberlains Cough Remedy It Is sate and sure The great popu larity and immense sale of this prepa ration has been attained by its re markable cures of this ailment A cold never results in pneumonia when U is given For sale by all druggists Grippe is sweeping tho country Stop it with Prevention before it gets deeply seated To check early colds with theso 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 ear ly colds were promptly broKen Also good for feverlshcblldren Large box 48 tablets 25 cents Vest pocket boxes 5 cents Sold by Pennys Drug Store Frank Brown defaulting cashier of the German National Bank at New port who fled several years ago after being short 150000 has written to friends asking them to make a deal with the bank to enable him to make a settlement so that he can return lIe stys he Is tired of life in Honduras and yearns to be back in dear old Newport Foleys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and expels the It is estimated that tuberculosis occI lions to the United States an annual More than 49000000 of food animals were slaughtered in the United States during tho last calendar year There are 20000 different kinds of butterflies 25 to 50c For our regular 25 and50c 75c and up We are offering Papers we are now asking the redic ulously low price of Chronic Cured Ono who suffers from chronic con stipation is In danger of seri ous ailments Orlno FrUit Syrup cures chronic as It olds and stimulates the the liver and bowels restoring the natural action of thote organs Commence taking it today and you will feel patter at once Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup docs not nauseate or gripe und Is very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys I Nine members of tho Kentucky Leg islature are former pupils of Prof Wilbur It Smiths Business College Lex ington Ky They pursued either Book keeping or Prof Smiths students are successful Stop that tickling Cough Dr Shoops Cough Cure will surely stop it and with perfect safety It is so harmless that Dr Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else even with very young babies The whole some green leaves and stems of a lung healing shrub furnish the curative to Dr Snoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sensitive bronchial mem branes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Demand Dr Snoops Take no other Pennys Drug Store Im glad to find you so much better old man Does the doctor except you to be out soon I think ho expects me to be out the amount of his bill He sent it in to Standard and Times For The quick relief from pain aaorded by applying Pain hahn makes it a favorite with sufferers from sciatica lame back lum bago and deep seated and muscular pains For sale by all druggists This fine German Coach Stallion 4 1000 pounds for sale Ho was foaled dividual has great stylo and actioi n lIre See him at J R Beluleys sta ther on Contra Jit on the Wnyneslmrtl pike burn nuUotl er nlcu This proper ty U near church nml icuoolbouso Is well worth No of Or cliiird on u twostory house swell water Id about lOii acres of this land U bottom hind old produces line crops A bargain ut 81a Ji cash In ono ont two years No 81I1i acres ou lluclc Oreok near way nesburg 4room house tarn and other water Cash price No Its acres near Level preen Ilpck This farm hits u now t story ramo 110ule would cost to now f lOc I A E GISSOI TS MAIN wiIle II pensMreLB0001 Sweeney Lancaster CARTERN- ew PRICE JLBeazleyCo McClaryI mlldl31luathe e1Pennys 330OOOOOOMedicnljJournal thar Constipation Lbxathe constipation digestion Drug- Store Typewriting Telegraphy thoroughly mountainous properties dayCntholic Rheumatic Sufferers Chamberlains rheumatism orlheart particulars FOR ws acres near KIIlInlIIo Ky one mile rnllronil ttntlon ancresolear water young orchard one growth yoiiny Umber Must bo void J KliigivlIU Kjr 10 Ior the nrrc t and conviction of any person n my tarts day or night or doteg stock In treveltng the pUb Ito InjUry to stock the InmU of oilier pxoplo This lwKr l refers to JUt Take no onon word for It but com mid tee All told nt reduced prlcei MenV and will lx very grate lul for our imtroiuigw D JHMITH GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN YOU Why buy rendymndo clothing whntb 110 Unl dlllrenco In the prlco of ready- made lulti and n suit inndeto your iiicniure Mkon by nn oxperlvnceU tallow I bane n bandtome line of Spring m ko from II lowAlsothe flnestdress suit in and Fancy Vests The company ro- pInt Is Htnnfurd Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Ornnlte null Marble Monument KlrstClnss work- at Iteukonnble 1rlces OlHcu anti Works shop clokd on Saturday lire Lightning WlndHtorm LilA and indent None but the HTHOllOKHT and IKbT Companies Represented Lowest 1os ibix Rates loss Paying itea ro Unequalled Talk with llPildcnco Phone Non yours old 10 hands high weights about in Germany is a tine in Will him at a very reasonable jlo In Stanford and write me for fur J C RINKIIKAHT London If you your carefully fill ed andmade the and Pur est Call m- eW Kentucky Real Exchange CO- No1ICacres nrnrlllBlilnmlBroomnouie outbuildings 2IdncreslmllesI4outh Oral good IIRrnorchlirilnnd out- ibulldlnespleutyot J castlocountyKy build FARM SALE from bnrnfrnwetudfor REWARD htluryto tram GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE UuyilUltiiUwtl PLEASE r tMunUncrgoodll OyeicoatuTaui lio- n110ltUILYTbeTIIUor McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS McK11nneYKy INSURANCE vtAHONY Stanford Kentucky Oldenburg sell Ky want Prescriptions from Best Drugs BII MGRobertsu Estate TITLE lIenrIcan ho bought for 110 per acre re mnltulvr III 12 months No toIll acres aillolnlng the aliovo farm inuncrot In cultlvnt oar Dwnllliinofirooini Kodi l arn nml other outhUJldlllllllnlle or chanl Onoof the ty Price fV i half ciish Iwilunco I und iyears NodSRI ncriS adjoining farms Nos and IW iierou In cultivation balance in tint Ixr Cool white onk hickory anti some Una good orvh fituo No 7 iVincros near Muretsburg Ky acres III cnltlvatlon Rood dwelling house hurt and ilecesmiry outbuilding line water niil schnol church nml It It station Price 85U1 Ilisb bnlunce III one and two years acres near Conwaytry nearly INoHUturn Is for corn dwelling house now burn mm other buildings on county road a IV6iFor full particular In regard to nil tho above farms nee or write I It Hughes or Jiimos I White Stanford Ky i 0 f ry sold from 75c and over for 15 to25c It STREET 17a fOfdcePhonela7 speci fledI f We Want To Buy Life Insurance Policies J- i If you have a policy you wish to sell for the cash write us giving name of company andI kind of policy how many annual premiums have been paid on it No policy of less than Seven Annual Premiums wanted i We collect Notes andAccounts any where No charges unless we make the collection Real Estate of All Kinds Sold and Exchang edReference Banks of Somerset Ifi Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ivy JjJust received big line of those Cull mid sec the merits in thorn over mything else on the nmrkct OED II FARKIS First National BankStanford ICy Capital Stock 500001 This institution WS orlglnallyeltabllheC- al the Deposit Rank of Stanford In llti then reorganised as the National hank of Stanford In 185 and again reorganlied tt the First National Oak of Stanford In 1881 having had practically an uninter rupted existence tor 41 It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact ing Dullness promptly and well than ever before In Its long sad honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Car porotlons Solicited Qfflotrs J UOOKER Presl 8T rUnmi V Pres J J MoRO FUTB Ohr W U WKAKENAut Ohri Directors J V Reid Danville T Harris Stanford l J locker Btnfor4IK L Tauner McKinney rBT P Ulll Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J H Daugbman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate htanford the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford RntUtkY Capital 5000000 Surplus 3000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DEOTOa J B Owsloy Stanford S II Shanks Stauford Goo W Carter Stanford John B roster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W 0 Walk er Stanford J K Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Huliblo Lancaster W H Cummins Preachorsville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek i + v s