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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ir THE INTERIOR JOURNAL rrOL XXXV STANFORD KY TRIDAY FEBRUARY 21 1908 NO 101 llIATIUNONIAL Arnold both of and were married the other Porter Langford of Tayloravtllo III and Mi Maudo Bailey of Mnywooc wore made ono at Rev K 0 Mahony by that gentleman morning Mr William a nephew of Mn AdllIa Woods of this city was married at 0 a few days BRO to PaUlS Etelo lireemcr a popular young lady of that city ExSunator and oxcandidate for the DsAt i f blooming Miss Ashford na contcmpla cd Ilia family made it too hot for him and her and tho engagement waa called off It was clearly a caso of an old fool with money a unjt woman anxious to get tho children should have This May Interest Youlit No ono It Immune from kidney trou ble BO Just rotnomber that Foley Kidney Curo wilt stop tho Irrcjjulorl tics and euro any caso of kidney am bladder trouhja that Is not boyom tho reach of nedlolno Pennys Drug Store Notice To Contractors Notice It hereby given that I n uier- vbor of turnpike roiMli for Lincoln cotutly j Ky un MONDAY MAIUll rIOf ftITO wnltnl blili for ilone nail urn vclron mete oiitlin vnrloui lectloni of turnpike In said Lincoln county All bide for furnlihliiK hAUlIlIlllorellklnr hail atone Malrd mill fllxl with me un or Imforn 10 o clock x Momlny MnrehXIWint Htnn ton Ky and no bill will tat received nftri that time Uontriteti win bo let to ttiu low oil anti Lai blililnri and conlrnctor will requlrtil to glvn bond with surely to bo np greed by me for tho fulthful pertormantr of their contract and for all RII ilmunitei for failure too perform tlitlrcou trncti the time and under the cue dlttooherelnnttertnrnUonedI Stanford end Dunvlllu plko Kccllon I from htnnford to Ilnwklni 1I1IIhf tone Mahan cUon IlawkUn- lirnnchtolmoyb1 line JO rod I limit llrnnelt pike tram Stanford nnu J I tncfliter tn hush lttanchaSrodalone Danville nnu 1nncnttur plko whole rood gJ rod Hone Htanford nrnl Knob Lick pike Hwtlon 3 from llnualUK York creek to imnvlllo nntl I 1lkID rods gravel Lincoln and Itoyle pike 6 rote grnyM- Htanford and Meet No I from Htiiufunl and llmtonvlllo ptke to Mo Dornuck church rate same inc Peo lions front McUornikckohurcli toMtlltdu VllltortHliarnvvl Cmt Orchard Ohnpp ll Onp whole road fA rata gmve- inunfonl nod lr oli rivlllo lk Hc Uon 0 WllklllllOlIlllllIebS- UItrlIIOIIII MSlaeatCltllltfrllnltilkln ions llntnch too O and leucaler plku 6 rods atone Crnb Urclmnl and tancailcr pike Hoc lion I from U O to U W Kmni plncv pl rods itrarvl Hnmu icrtlon 1 from runs grove- lMlnnfontandCrabbrchardplko Hrrtloi h from Hlnnford to II Rate rods stone Some ctlon I irons liouglimnn gate to 1I1wallatIlO trod atone name a t 0 Orchard f rats gravel- MlanfordandOttnnbelm pike Ht ctloii I from Htanford and pike to J LynnXswrodn Rrnvel Haute l from Lynn to shop su rata gravel Same section trout Uoonu tbop to UUeu helinlOrodiRruvvl Htnnford and x river Hectlon from Rowland to llnydoni iwltcti gravel Mama nellun I molt Ilnydens wltch to Trnylora lone Mnme front TIIIlorlallll to QUI rant Ilneal male 111111 Stanford neat wAfmburg pike l ecllon- trout Mtanfurd III rat gravel plknto Mnywood Hnme county nindn2Siatsitione- Mune toctlou 3 tram Jlii wtxxl county rom to Onrtorn ttore 10 rod Hloni1 PtCtlou I from l nrterltaro to lluirhUon rhoo liotino to rods stone 10 of gmvul Sex A from IlutohlMn ichool house to llutti More71ra11ta11e Same section I iron r Mutts slur to KliiHivlllo pike rlllh itttlon 7 Irani KliiKovllli flllIHRIIIOIItCuolI tromO Cllffito KIHRiVlllKiinil Ilrnoniit Inlnt Hoctlonl from and Wnynnilmrg ilk to county rand Imdlnx to Cutuy III rod Satan motlon ftolll county road gravel ufdhtngvlntline flrolagravel MeKfnney and Houtli olk pike whole rand to rods Krnvii- llIUHlonvlllnrinil oneys Itlll pike HVP tlon trout lluitonvlllu to Win 1IllIon UrtxUiton Imo twtlon from Our amn to Ml rtnlem et rods alone ivllli and ItnuUorulvllli pike itrnvelIttlonvlileand trcok plko whulK meat ni role ravol Dim mid lluitonvllli1 pike Jetton from Ifuiionvlilt to Illuck Sn rods oatlon trout lllnofc to urmwlInrlwnturwhole rurnurivllliimid MoKlnney pike ili male whole mail McKlnnvy and Turnenvlllo pike from to MoKIIIIIOooi gravel Sianforlunit Itumtonvlllu pike Seetlan from Htanford to Turiiorivlllo 40 rode tone Hame icctlon 8 from Turnerivlllii to HuntonvllUt ao rodi gravel fwd rods s moue itcOormnck pike Hco tlon from Ttirnerivlllo to Hnm Heimi IC roil gravel Heetloit from Ham llnlmi to H IIl1holl 10 rats gravel Hectlon 8 I from U lll hor to Knob Lick 6 rode Htnnfonlnnd Lnnraitnr Pike Hectlon from Htnnfonl to IxjRnnn lMgiiudIIrodsto from ErnvelMclhmep IMku Hoc from Mouth gnto uo rat of gravel tllet from toll ifitlir to Knlr plncuiO of stone Hco il from Knlr pmcu to Mt Hnlein 5 rods Stone Sec from Mb Salem to Oasoy line ro roil Iliiitonvlllo A McKlnnpy 1lke whole road 5 rate A roil of itono or grovel ihsll consist of Yi cubic feet lliiiul brokeiiitom nnd gravel must bo on innriiln of road or s tlun 1MK All gravel nuiit he s trend before Oct W Its la to bo inoaiured by the tupervlior who inny designate when ant where II to ho epriiul All atone iniiHl not Inter than Jan L IWJt All crushed stout to ho len ut crusher or on margin of pike In ihnpo to Iw iii iiiiuri il by UIf801 nflurwarjs to spread contractor when anti where illrocttd by stone furnished mutt be IIUllIJrIaOrlAll llmeitono or qunrti anti broken Into place and ncrcinwl nut to exceed two Inclmi In diameter Tho gravel mint Ixcliiinniul flinty nnd that furalilul on McKlnney nnd ITolToyi Mill pike nnd Turnerivlllo and McKlnney pike mint be from Urcen Ittvur The court or Its rcprouentntlvo may reject nny material not of pro or ilzu or muilltv Illildcrs must nay whether stole will be broken by hand or crushed The KIIIllitOr reserves tho right to reject nil and Hlank forms on which blili may Io Wade can la OhlIhtO rout the 110ulIy mrk COllie of be obtained ut the County Olork Olllcof Llmolntlounty own n rook crusher and contractors permitted to use it ut II i roil K IU1JKU1I Hupenlior Turnpike Itoadi for LlncolnUounty rt PREACHERSVILLE Undo George Anderson the colored mail carrier is not expected to live James Miller of Kansas ndmlnlstra tor of tho estate of Henry Miller do ceased will sell the personal propert 25MIa Mcnefco Elmoro Is some better Mrs W F Parks Is very sick Mrs Marlnda Blankcnshlp Is sick Cold and grip arc prevalent The rink club at this place will give a masked tacky rink Saturday night nt the Masonic Hall Ono dollar to tack lest lady slime to tackiest gent James Thompson sold a bunch of holts to T W Jones at 41c Uogs killed 12 Bheup for A J Thompson MrT caught and killed one dog C G Waro nnd T W Jones sold their tobacco at 8c Jones L Anderson bought some hogs of John Colson at 4c Messrs Thomas Lunsford and Leslie Melvin visited the family of Mr A J Hayden at Danville and had a nice time Miss Eliza A icrson of Lancas ter visited Mr and Mrs F F Cum mins Mrs Ida Bourne has returned to her home in Jessamine after a visit to her aunt Mrs N J Horton Sam Ramsey and wife and little Anna Barnes of near HyatUville were at John NaylorsIAt 8 oclock Wednesday evening the spirit of Mr Henry Miller passed from tlmo to eternity dying just three days alter his wife who died on Sunday preceding As they both were consis tent God fearing Christians walking In paths of meekness patience and piety while lucre onearth is foundation for the hope and belief that they arcI now with tho blest in Paradise Mr Miller was 68 and his wife was G2 years Did After funeral services at tho Baptist church by Hew A C Baird M that was mortal of this good man WAS laid to rest in tho Naylor burying ground CHURCH MATTERS Rev T W Darker will preach at Omer Chapel Rowland at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon Rov John Greathouse formerly of LouIsville resigned his pastorate at lelluville Ind because tho congrega Lion was too fashionable to hold revival servIces and because the women were moro interested in their clubs than in their church Dr Neander M Woods has tendered his resignation txrthe Board of Directors as chancellor of tho Southwestern University at Clarksville Tenn to to which position he was elected in May 1905 lIe has accepted a call to the pastorate of the Central Presbyte rian church of Montgomery Ala Regular services at the Christian church Sunday morning Sunday school at 930 A1 Preaching at 1045- A Sb and 730 r M Christian En deavor mooting at G45 r M Subject of morning sermon Renown Through lolfUcnuncIntlon Evening subject Tho Universal Creed Prayer meet- Ing Wednesday evening at 7 oclock All the church members are urged to ID present at thfso services The public cordially invited D M Walker Minister Neighborhood Favorite Mrs K D Charles of Harbor tlatne speaking of Electric Hitters las It is a neighborhood favorltu lore with us It deserves to be a In- rorltrevCt7wbero It glvos quick ro lIlf In dyspepsia llvcrcomplntnt kid toy derangement malnutrition nur Iousnoss weakness and ganoral tktbll ty Its action on tho blood us a borough purifier makps it especially soful as a Spring medicine This rand alterative tonic is sold under uarantco at Pennys Drug Store GOo The Whr Department line received a report from tho board of officers appointed to investigate tho proposed scheme of tho canalization of the OhioI River Tho board finds that a six foot toga during low water from Pittsburg to Cairo can be secured by the con truction of 45 locks nnd movable dams ata cost of about 51000000 and that a ninefoot stage can bo had by the con truction of 51 locks and dams at an es imatcd cost of about 64000000 The inefoot project is rccommedcd The chemo provides for tho widening of tho Louisville canal and other improve rents at a cost 176000- 0ihamberlalns a Cough Romody A Favorite Wo prefer Chamberlains Cough emody to any other for our child ren says Mr L J Woodbury of Twining Mich uu has also done the ork for us In hard colds and oroup and wo take pleasure in recommend In K It For salo by nil druggists Daniel McMath cashier of the dc Linct Foster Bank at Augusta this Stllte was given thrro for mak Ing a false entry on his books There aro four other counts against him Mc lath gambled In bucketshops and squandered over 16000 NEWS NOTES Jesse Welborn a wellknown prom inept farmer of Muhlcnburg county committed suicide Wlnlleld S Ribjet one of the oldest and wellknown business men of Eric Pa hanged himself Mrs Mat Kilburn was killed by a train in Jackson county while trying to drive a cow off tho track Smith Fields one of tho foremost financiers and wealthiest men of West ern Kentucky is dead at Fulton William Sells a circus proprietor once known as the champion barebacl rider of the world died in Now York P Wat Hardin who has been farm ing in Virginia for several years wil locate at either Plnevlllo or Mlddlesboro for the practice of law Chairman Fowler of the House Committee on Banking and Currency says tho people should demand thai deposits or current credits bo paid ir goldIA Chicago family of 12 bellevo they have contracted hydrophobia by drink ing milk from a cow which died ol rabies They are taking the Pasteur Gibbons in an interview stated that he was opposed to local option at Baltimore Ho said the cause of temperance could not bo furthered legislationTho Court of Appeals decided that Chestpr Gillette of Cortland must die in tho electric chair for the murder of his sweetheart Grace or Billy Brown Tho directors of the Standard Oil Company have declared a quarterly dividend of 15 a share The samo amount was paid in the corresponding quarter last year Ben Moorcficld who for many years had lived alone in a cabin in Clark county was burned to death His cahin aught firo while ho was asleep and he was unable to escape Beach Hargis indicted for willful murder will have his trial at Jackson on the 13th day of the present term of the court which begun Monday The ommon opinion of all is that both the Commonwealth and defense will an tounco ready when the caso is called Skin Disease of Twenty Years Standing Cured I want you to know how much hambcrlalns Salve has done forme It has cured my face of a skin disease Qf almost 2Q years standing I have been treated by several Us smart pity Iclans as we have in this country and hey did me no good but two boxes of this salvo has cured mo Mrs Fan nle Griffon Troy Ala Chamberlains Salvo Is for salo by all druggists While Assistant Postmaster T Kelly White was stamping the incoming mail at Versailles a cartridge in an envelope which was being sent through the mail xplodcd An investigation proved that tho letter in question was ono of 20 which were received in the same lundlo of mail matter at tho Versailles Jllcc and each in addition to tho blood red warning to tho party addressed contained a cartridge and a match ndcativeno doubt of the intention of thesender should the warnings not be seeded The demand was that no tobacco should be raised this year A weak Stomach means weak Stomach nerves always And this Is also rue of tho Heart and Kidneys Its a ilty Unit sick ones continue to drug the Stomach or stimulate tho Heart ind Kidneys Tho weak nerves not tho organs themselves need this help This oxplalns why Dr Shoops Res oratlve has and is promptly helping toItbovl1al truth and see Pennys Drug itoro Two dwelling houses in tho flooded district of Pittsburg collapsed and fell In tho street Several persons wero jured More than 20000 persons havo been thrown out of employment by rea 80n of the floo- dKeoping Open House Everybody ia welcome when wo feel good and wo feel that way only when our digestive organs are working roporly Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills regulate tho action of stomach liver Ilud bowels so perfectly ono cant help feeling good when ho uses these pills 2jo at Pennys Drug Store Give fools their gold and knaves their power Let fortunes bubbles rise and fall- Who sows a field or trains aflower Or plants a tree is moro than all r What To DoWhen Bilious Tho right thing to do when you feel lllous is to take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets hey will cleanse tho stomach and guloto tho liver and bpwols Try Ip1lCO 25 cents samples free at all glsts HUSTONVILLE Ed Powell delivered his tobacco at Paint Lick lastweek and thero is more to be delivered there this week FOR SALEA first class mule jack nino years old with a splendid reputation and a good pedigree Address Joe B Williams R F D No1 HuBtonvllle Ky Col Joo Snows familiar face is mis sing from our streets of late because of his feharo of the epidemic of rheuma tism Mr Jesse P RifTe has been con fined tho past week by grip Dr Jame RilTc of Erlanger attended tho funeral his sister Mrs T L Carpenter The subject of Rev J F Bennctti sermon at the Christian church nex Sunday morning is The Great Com mission At night a grand missionary rally with an interesting program which will include a vocal duet Keep on Believing by Rev and Mrs J F Bennett Evorybody cordially inviter to attend these two services Calvin C Carpenter is expected to b able to como home the last of this week from Lexington whero he is being treated for a severe case of grip G J Bohon has shipped a carload oi household goods to Temple Texas and will follow this week Mrs Bohon and Master Jesse will remain a while in an ticipation of Mrs Jones and Jimmies company The funeral of Mrs Abbie tho be loved wife of T L Carpenter drew to the Presbyterian church tho largest audience ever assembled in that histor ic structure Rev B J Pinkerton of Lexington ably assisted by Rev J Q Montgomery delivered beautiful sketch es of the Christian life of the departed- In a most impressive manner to an audi ence filled with weeping eyes and broken icarts Her parents husband and children have tho heartfelt sympathy of the entire community- On account of very unfavorable weather for business tho railroad surveyors are progressing slowly They expect however to reach Carpenters reek about tho mouth of Long branch- y Saturday The surveyors will return after reaching Carpenters creek mad start from the vipinity of Moreland or a mile or two south of there running iy this place and on to the mouth of song branch and the cost of each route to a distance of 10 miles will be accurately figured by Chief Engineer Sullivan and the cheapest route will be Adopted and work begun Tho pikes South Southeast and West of here are in a condition that reminds the old timers of pioneer times when levers were required to prize vehicles mt of the deeper mud holes Prom- Inent among the many reasons for this leplorablo condition is FirstThe want of a road system requiring a rigid Inspection of material and work and hat it conform strictly to published specifications and a fine being tho penalty for noncomplyanco upon tho con tractor as well as upon the magistrate who inspects his district Road officials are either ignorant or culpably careless of the laws restraining heavy hauling over turnpikes especially under and deep down in dirt roads when thoroughly wet The Jumping Off Place Consumption had mo In its grasp and I had almost reached tho jumping oft place when I was advised to try- Dr Rings Now Discovery and Iwant to say right now it saved my life Im irovcment began with tho first bottle and after taking one dozen bottles I vas a well and happy man again lays George Mooro of Grimesland N C As a remedy for coughs and olds and a healer of weak soro lungs mud for preventing pneumonia New Mscovcry Is supreme SOo and 81 at cnnys Drug Store Trial bottle free Judge E Barry ofthe Benton ribunc Democrat was in tho city yesterday Speaking of tho Eddyvillo outrage he said it had no connection with the tobacco troubles but was the result fthe failure to enforce the local option law The police judge and the marshal are hiaky men and tho Negroes whipped are worthless characters who aid in the aloof liquor Judge Benton was a somber or tho last Legislature and took great interest in temperance legis ition His visit was for the purpose f helping tho County Unit Bill but tho Legislature had adjourned when rrived Frankfort Journal heI peolal Announcement Regard tug the National Pure Food and Drug law Wo arc pleased to announce that l oleys Honey and Tar for coughs olds and lung troubles Is not affect cd by the National Pure Food and Drug law as It contains no opiates or ther harmful drugs and wo recom mend It as a safe remedy for children Rnd adults Pennys Drug Storo Thaw become a floor pol- Isher at the MatteawanAsylum and OYS tho occupation R S1E1NQ CutPrice Sale All Winter Goods Must Be Sold Regardless of Cost In ofSpring820 Mens Suits cut to1398 1750 tt U t u 1248 1500 U U U 1148 1250 U II II IIl048 1000t t1 ttE748 750 U II U t4 408 85 S6II II tr 348 1500 lIens Overcoats Cut to 1008 1250II II II 848 1000II II II 698 750 tC 850II II St 408 5JOO C 600II l tt 348 1500 liens Cravinbtte Rain Coats Cut to 1098 1260tt t1 tt U II 898 1000U II II II tt 648 S 4 Mens HighCut Shoes cut to 8348 S350 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 8298 83 Mcns High Cut Shoes cutto 824 Tho above 1re only a few of tho Bargains wo have for you Come Jin and see what we have SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc TO HOUSEKEEPERS The Standard Oil Cos INCORPORATED 0 i Celebrated Lamp Oil FIRE P ROOF Givesa 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 lU1lllrr 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 Wafir HIGGINS StanfordKentucky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY 70 TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANYIINCORPOIUTtO i The Interior Journalt L c WALTON JOHN J MOSER U a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln subject to the action of the Democratic party M BRUCE Is a candidate for Jnller of Lincoln county subject to the Action of the Democratic- party JAMES C HAYS It a candidate for JMIer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tbo Democratic t party D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of tbe Democratic party DINK FARMER lioncforJailerofJincolncountyeubjectntothe t Democratic Ticket 3 ForlUnlted States Senator J C W BECKHAM candidateaa can 3didate for presidentand we hope he will He is a dyed in the wool republi can is a hard worker for his party and t deserves recognition It is no business of ours who shall cast the vote of the LEighthdistrict at Chicago and we can not help him in his race but we would like to see the doctor who is our towns man and friend honored IT is given out at Maysville that either Judge Garrett S Wall or Squire William H Rice will be the Democratic candidate for Representative to sueI ceed the late Virgil McKnight and that Elijah C Kirk will be the Re publican candidate Both the latter are farmers and members of the Equity Society which will no doubt be the factor in the fight The temperance question will be passed up for the pre sent A WASHINGTON dispatch says that t ExSenator Joe C S Blackburn still a ooks and acts the part of a young man The writer might have added that since his defeat for reelection as Senator he has played the baby act to perfection IF the late Virgil McKnight thought that he did right in betraying the trust i y reposed in hln by the democrats of Ma son county may the Lord have mercy on him We have nothing to say in the premises TUB King of England has placed an order for 500 Havana cigars to cost q 1600 or 320 each Smoking comes high but King Edward must indulge in It ttPOLITICAL tl k Lieut Gov Cox will be a candidate for national committeeman against R i P Ernst t Representative Kimball introduced a bill appropriating 120000 to erect an addition to the postoffice at Lexington y The Missouri State Democratic Com f mittee has decided to hold the State MayJf The President sent to nomination of Charles P Grandfield of Missouri to be First Assistant Post L master General f t The State Board of Health in its bit ennial report requests the Legislature f to increase appropriation from 5 000 to 25000 a year- Representative Madden of Illinois introduced a bill in the House appropri ting 100000 to aid in the projected im provement of the Lincoln farm in La countyI Republican State Central Committee at Springfield adopted reso lutions indorsing Joseph G Cannon for the presidency and vdted to hold the State Convention in Springfield onI r Thursday March 26 t Former County Judge John C ChenI ault of Richmond who talked with the late Hon Virgil McKnight at Frank fort Sunday says that the Representa tive said that he intended to vote for the following day 1Beckham W J Gooch of the Ken of Representatives has a election to be held in f Mason county on Saturday February J r 29 to elect a successor to the late Representative Virgil McKnight Judge C C Marshall the incumbent and Judge James S Morris have announced themselves as candidates for J the Democratic nomination for judge of the district composed of Henry Shelby Trimble and Oldham counties Failing to get the appointment the Judgeship made vacant by the death I of Judge Riddle Editor J Wise Hag ins of Breathitt is reported to have declared his intention to go back into the Democratic ranks and do his bestI to carry Breathitt county with him Acting Gov Cox vetoed the bill pro viding for pay for stenographers and messengers employed in the House and Senate holding that the measure was unconstitutional The stenographers and messengers who have been at work since the session began will now be unable to draw any pay for their serv- icesi as no further effort will be made to get the bill through j Citizens Petition City Council For Opening of New Street and Give Good Reasons For Their Wishes STANFORD KY Feb 20th 1908 To the Mayor and City Council of Stanford Ky We tho undersigned citizens of Stan ford Ky who live on the North side of the Knoxville branch of the L N railroad hereby petition your honora ble body to open a street which shall run from a point on Danville street ap proximately opposite the Graded School building to connect with a street now which ends near the premises of George B Cooper and to cause said street when opened to be properly graded and MacadamizedOur in making this request is chiefly to offer a convenient way for the school children whose parents live on the North side to get to said Graded School building There are now 95 children of school age who live on the North side and in going to and return ing from school they are forced to trav el along Main street and then up Dan ville street a long and inconvenient way making it Impracticable for them to leave for dinner at the noon hour or to travel the railroad track a distance of several hundred yards and thus in cur a great personal risk or go through the more undesirable street of Max villeWe are satisfied that such action on your part will prove of advantage to the public in other respects There is much hauling from the Danville pike to Lancaster pike and to the depot which would be deflected from Main street and thus there would be saved the cost of continual repairs to Main street which on account of its situation en tails large expense to keep it in repair- R B Wilkerson Walter Holtzclaw W K Warner Will Stone S H Al dridge W A Mobley J A Chappell J M Haley Sam Murphy Mrs Nellie Brady Mrs T J Good Mrs J L Hardin J M Meadors Fred Eichen berger G F Pendleton R G Jones U S Traylor J M Stone John Dow ner Robert L Davispn W G McBee J B Gooch D M Anderson Mrs Clara Ballard Mrs Pattie Brown E C Garman George P Bright Mrs Bes sie R McKinney Mrs Emma Calmes E C Walton G B Cooper J B Paxton MIDDLEBURG J A Estes sold to D G Elliott a bunch tf fat shoats at 3c Mr D A Riggins whose barn was struck by lightning and burned has an other almost completed on the same foundationThere no fears of night riders here There was but little tobacco raised in this community and what vas has been sold Bob Lee Murphy of Boyle this coun ty passed through hero a few days since with a bunch of good cattle He bought four of Mrs C C Jones for 70 The CourierJournal agent here is having considerable trouble in getting subscribers The dirty hounding of Gov Beckham by that paper has about done the work for it J T Short will build a large store house on the lot fronting Mrs Bell Liwhorns store at Yosemite It is understood that Geo P Garner will oc cupy it when completed Deputy Sheriff Jack Wells has the mumps and is laid up for repairs Rev J Q Montgomery was water bound at Yosemite Friday on his way home from Mt Olive where he had been preach ingMrs Eliza Estes of Somerset Is with Mrs J A Estes William Mc Whorter went to Liberty Monday to the trial of Robt Davis charged with striking Roy Estes Rev W G Til ford went to Eubanks Saturday John Patterson a good citizen of the Grove section died on the 12th inst oft complication of diseases Rev W Tilford held appropriate services at the Grove Baptist church after which the remains were buried in the new cemetery near the church It was suggested to us a few days ince that Gov Beckhams friends hroughout the country ought to peti ion him to make compromise with the rowd that is opposing him He is the nominee and it would be little less than obbery to fail to elect him Senator iov Beckham will never compromise with dishonor Ed IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES William Hudson aged 77 died of heart trouble in Jessamine Jacob Clem a good man has been ppointed city marshal of Junction City Denny Mahoney car foreman on the C was killed at Burgin while loading trucks H C Hargan a prominent young business man of Lebanon Junction is dead of consumption Cordelia Perkins has been appointed ostmaster at Perkins Whitley county Ice J W Perkins resigned- At Pcrr viUe George Harman was tabbed with a pitchfork by his brother iilas Harman are not dangerous Curran the twoyearold son of United States Commissioner George C bore succumbed to an attack of men ngetis at London after an illness of three days Lll In tho 10000 damage suit against Uerca College by Thomas Baker aged 19 on alleged charge of malicious pros ecution Baker in court at Richmond was given judgment for 500 President William Goodell Frost of Berea College announced at a meeting of the Congregational Club in Now York that SOY had already been subscrib ed to the adjustment fund of Berea In addition to the 200000 pledged by Andrew Carnegie Burglars broko into the depot at Parksville Many express package were broken belong ing to Wood Walker was smlUlhed and the desks ransacked but nothing of value has been missed The flout ing mills of J J Cozatt were also broken into and desks ransacked but nothing take- nSulrering and Dollars Saved E S Loper of Marijla N Ya says I am carpenter and have had man severe cuts healed by Bncklcns Ami ca Salvo It has saved mo sulTcrln and dollars It Is by far thebest heal ing salvo I have over found lien burns sores ulcers fever sores eczema and piles 25c at Pennys Drug StorePenalties are provided for the men of Belgium who neglect the right of fran chase 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 Shqops Catarrh Remedy A simple single test will surely tell you a Catarrh truth well worth your knowing Write today Dont suffer longer Pennys Drug- Store 50 Years An Agehcy5 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but Grst class Companies llcpre BCiited Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court E POwsley llff Vs llIrlO Joel8nd Et AI IHIU Notice of Hale 1unuunt to n Judgment and order of sale In the above styled uctlon la the IJn coin Circuit Court the undersigned falter Uommluloiier will on MONDAY KKHJIth Between and x ra4lnfroat of the courthouse door In Hlanloril Ky veil nt publl outcry to tbe blithest and bust bidder tbo following real estate which situated in Lincoln county Ky The laid real estate U that tract of land on which A M Kelund resided ut tho time of his dent nnd U located on the Hiunford and Dnnvlll Turnpike about tour and onebait tulle North of Htanford lion the waters of Hang lug Fork end li bounded us follows lieitiunlnK at the abutment of the Iran Ing rorlc bridge on the Htanford and Van vie turnpike thence up the pike with the line of J L Dawson the Hwopu place now owned by Jackson to the corner ot Mm tDuwion8 tend thence the Itnuot Mild lDnll to the corner or that land and the land of T C Itoblnson deceased thence with the IIII of tbe said lloblnson land to the corner the land known in the lash tract thenc with the line of that land to the mud of J TIiackley known ai the tj Ha Hoy i lnc thence n straight line to tho Hanging For thence Hnckleyn line up Hanging Fork tl the J H lioatey land thence tbu line 01 that land to the corner of the Hamfor Krwln land thence with the line of that land to the corner of the Virginia KinA land thence with the line of that land hi the beginning containing 470 acres mar orient The court adludgesthnt thlt land can not be divided without nmterlnl Impairment Its value and ucrordlngly the entire boon durywlll be told at u whole Out of the or the tale the plaintiff POWIRroceed bo paid hhn debt Which It the tun of ISTWJH with Interest thereon nt the rule of e per cent per annum from Nov text and aUo thu costs ot this action whlcl will amount to the pIIIOf rrw oxcluilvi of the turn which will bo showed to tit commissioner for receiving and dlshurslni the purchase price of the aforesaid land Alter tho payment ofaid debt and till costs of this action the residue of the pro cevds of this tale will be held subject to future orders of the court The sale will Ira made on credltsof six and 12 months one half of the purchuHo price together with the Interest that may nccru thereon to be duo and payable at the expl ration or each of tho periods of time aforesaid For the purchase price till purchase wilt be required to give bond with approver security payable to the Uominlsaloner and tearing IItrest at the rote of six per cent POldlthun Judgment and further secured by a lien on tbe land told Upon tbe confirmation of tho tale the pur chaser will be entitled to the Immediate pos session of the land told that part which has heretofore been by Ootnmlislon ors of the Lincoln County Court allotted tt Murjr O Felnnd at her dower In the lands ol A Felanddeceaned Thesald Inndnllot ted bounded as follows Beginning ate point In the middle of the Unnvllle anti Htanford tho gate and en trance to the dwelling corner to the whole boundary thence with audito of pike and with boundary line N W 0 chains N O W 7 chains N W 1111 chains to a point In or near the middle of the pike thence leaving pike with lino of district school house lot plyE 2 8110 chains N W 34 chains f 2 80100 chains to the front taco of the Houtbeast abutment llanglngForkSoutheast bank N S3 K 6 chains N H Wutinglloeottheltlcbnrdon tract at M chains N E W10chalns N ld14 W 9 chains N SBWTchalnsN 33 W 2 KMOO chains to n point at a stone fence n now corner In line of boundary thence a new line leav ing the creek N 80 K 25 82100 chains to a large red oak on the east side of and near H8K lOl6 Imolatns ton wild cherry tree N t t7 73100 chains to a links N A W from II large cberry tree thence with a fence 6 f K chains to a stake at the end of a stone fence thence with said fence N It W fJl00 to a contnIulugcountIngacres As to this part which has loon allotted to Mrs Feland she will have the right to re tain postestton and use until but on und utter that date the purcbnser- will then become Immediately entitled to the Suit possession of said boundary but If the purchaser of the farm desires to sow wheat or rye on any part of the land tho iue of which Is so reserved by the before OctJ51tll he uuty do no provided he does not Injurlouily Interfere with any crop then itandlngon tho lund The widow o entitled to egress and Ingress to tho lund utter tho lath of OctoberllujHtind until Jon 10 for the purpose of removing crops which she shall have cultivated dur ing IWH but In so doing she shall pay due regard to the rights of the owner of tho land The purchaser will also be entitled to tho Joint use with the widow of tbe pass way front the turnpike road back to any portion of the Included In the boundary reserved to the widow ns afore said whenever he desires to do so for the purpose of using occupying or looking nfterthe lund GEO D SAUFLEY M C L C 0 ci itI DJ MCROBERTS Sale Begun Saturday Feb 8th and Continues 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 CHARGEDIMens Clothing 82500 Suits at 81860 2000II MOO 1750II 1300 1500I 1100 1350I 000 1000 700 Mens Overcoats 82000 Overcoat at 81400 1750 1250 1500 1000 1250 850 1000 700 Odd Pants8000 Punts at 8460 51t350 300 i 200 250 175 200t 1 50 150II 100 125 Knee Pants 100 100II 71- W II 35 Mens Shirts 8250 Wool Shirt nt 8150 200 125 150 100 100II 7b 150 Drag Shirt 100 100II 75 50 35 50 Work Shirt 40 Mens Furnishings 300 Silk Mtif Her at 8175 250II 150 200Ii 125 150II 100 100 65 100 Silk llkfs 75 50II 40 25I 20 lOU Silk Suspenders 50 50 Suspenders 40 25II 2f1 15 Linen Collar 10 10I 08 100 Overalls 80 50 40 30I childs 20 Rain Coats 82500 Coatnt 81850 2000 1600 1750 1800 1500II 1100 750 BoysSultsr 8650 750e 550 650I 475 500 375 400I 300 350 250 300II 225 2thII 175 Hi In the mention see ran do for do not this wile do cia life Our 7 M nUllJnth StanfordcLand Posted I Notice Is public that land Is portedTrespassers will xn sun shed to the of the Jool no piiMlna through the allowed U A 0 K J UJJH Highland Ky arge exnmmatlon orscientltlrol i ng eyes uptodate methods Pre glasses ground to order In Intuit or mountings work land guaranteed satisfactory located In Central Telephone Iluitonvllle Ky Ii O POWKLL Ornduatcd Optometryst Mail Us a Check What is Due this Office Heart Strength rIIesutweaknewmeatuNerv-eBtrenrthorltervewnkneunothhng Von ItlTclr one weak heart In a IID It self actually It li almost always a hidden tiny little nerve that really Is all at fault This obscure or Stuart Nerve ImplY needs and mUlL have power more governlogLammthese salon controlling nerves This clearly why as a medicine Dr Restorative has in the part done so much oettthefag heart dlstreu whoops ltOJloraUTetb1a popular ls alone directed to these bulldst14strengthensItyou wowd have strong Uearu strop = d strengthen these Jnervw ro stablltb themu needed with Dr Shoops RestorativePENNYS iJ CASH Clearance SALE opportunity Boys Shoes Hosiery BlSO Talent at 250 300 Silk HOEO at 200 SCO Gun Metal 250 2 OII 175 300 Shoes 225 2 00II 160 250II 185 100II 76 200II 105 50 Lisle HO nt 3G 1 125 25 Cotton llo jnt 20 Girls Shoes 15 lu 7 t200 Shoes 16025811c Gibraltar 20 17i 5i Jlisecs 150II 120 HOt Beer Skin 1Cr II 100 15 Ii csI100 75 II ii 0tc5I 50Ladies Shoes Mens Heavy Shoes 8f60 Ultra 8 aoo II Brock wrt nt 225 1rIItI20oIC 00II 105 1w150I r 1 OIIRubber ShoesHats 837j 8400 Rubber IJootsnt 8335 1G0II M5BQ I OII 300 i nou 275 300 Buckle Shoes 225 300 Still lint 500 250 hackle Arctics at 185 300 Son lists nt 200 200II lGO 2 OII 175 175II 110- UO II 150 Rubber Shoes at 75 iII 100 I 70I 55 100II 76 40II 40 Trunks Mens Fine Shoes 81000 Trunks S7iJjO 8500 Walkover nt 400 050II 700 400 325 900I O 350I 285 860II 9OQ 500 Mnnss 375 000 IIt 875 400II 300 4fiOII 810t350II 275 400 Heavy Shoes Suit Cases 000 8450 81000 Leather at 6150High Tap 750II GOO 500II 375 500II 400 00II 800 265 360 Ladies Cow nt 2763 OII 700 Leather hugs nt Honest Mike 600II C OO 8r 00 Boots 8875 500II 400 4 50II 854 Rubber ClothingI400 525 8300 Fish Slicker at 225 250 Mike Shoes 10 250 Shielll Slicker 201 Mens Underwear 500 Hover Coat 400 8160 Garment 100 Gloves 10011 70 8200 Gloves 8150 50II 85 150 116 25II It 100II if Umbrellas tiOII 40 25 20 8760 Silk 8500 600II n50 Handkerchiefs Socks t 4fOII 275 25o Linen Handkerchiefs 10c 300 Gloria 200 15cII lOa 2MII 176 lOc 7c 200II 50II 4o 150II 115 500 Socks at 35o 12liII oII 200 T1 9 100II 75 150II 100 50I 35 100II 70 addition to nbovo there are many little things wo cannot Como and what wo youtSee if wo do in as wo every in just whit we promise doors open at A closd P M our law Ivetly for scription set material charges moderato Building for more not diseased nervethe Cardiac more eiDlahu Snoops Dr prescription OII nt at at at nt GGO nt nt nt at nt 1750 002 HOI Wider Rome 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 i Stanford Kentucky DO IT NOW Get Aldridge to put you on a tin roof that will keep you dry and catch good clean wa ter in a galvanized gutter Pipe it to the cis tern put on a cast iron cistern top that will last a life time and a galvanized bucket pump to purify and pump the water I S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky iifej l 1 4nl Ladies and Childrens Shoes i At popular price we are showing showing eomo excellent values 8125 buys a lady a all solid Douglas kid cloth top shoe 3 to 8 sizes 160 buys ladys solid leather solo kid ehoe heap or light eolc plain or tip 3 to 8 sires 8200 gets more rent shoo value than you ever got in one pair of shoes bo lore 8300 to 8350 gets the best You pay only for what you get in 4these and got what you pay for I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD s i STANFORD KY FKII 21 1908 are ready to figure with you on for Spring Wo recom SherwlnW1Ilams as the best and fWE Pennys PERSONALS Drug Storu MR J F HOUUM Is in Frankfort JUDGE J S OWSLEY was in Frank fort yesterday t MRS D D CARTER visited relative s at MitchellsburK Miss MARY McRoiiEata spent several days in Danville MRS l M McRonERTS is with Lbe- homcfolks at Arcadia LITTLE Miss IDA CAMIDEIA of WH more is with her aunt Mrs James F Cummins RUFUS JOHNSON and family of Crab I Orchard left Tuesday for Stroud OklahomaMR W MARTIN of Corbln is spending n few days with his parents at Rowland COL W HUFF DUDDERAR had another bad spell Tuesday but was Improv- Ing when wo went to press t MR AND MRS C L CARTER will movo to Lexington next week greatly to tho regret of their many friends w hero Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDERS left Tues i day for tho cities to buy her stock of i millinery which she will open In n few weeks F BRADY will start to travel IJAMES 1 Ho has secured a posi tion with tho SclzSchwab Shoo Co of Chicago MR JOHN C PErrLES has rented Mrs Naiiey Stones on Logan Avenue and will movo his family to about March 1 MR J II Rain who had been a few with his wife and spending at Hustonville went back to Corbin Tuesday theagcd mothMRS MARIA JACKSON er of Mr John 11 Jackson who has his returned to her homo 4been Tuesday Miss KATE WATERS returned from whero she has been UUWIi LafWednesday compelled her to givo up her work MR AND MRS M F ROUT of- r arksbury attended tho funeral of iI I Ii Mrs Jcsso Lynn Wednesday and wero guests of Mr Mrs II U Aldrldge NEWS comes from Ponca City Okla homa that a little daughter has arrived at tho home of Mr and Mrs John M I and has been named Mary Edna J HIU Mn L F IfunULE of Rockcnstlo r iogfrom Hot on 1uesdaya Ark train whero return ho has been greatly relieved ot rheum tism PROP J W IRELAND leaves Monday to attend the National Educational soclation meeting In Washington City- Ftb 26 2C 27Ho will bo absent a week or 10 days HON J M assistant clerk of tho Senate at Frankfort spent a few hours with his friends hero Tuett day Ills arduous duties do not nnnan him to look any tho worso from wear LOCALS JUST received a carload of Whit and mixed seed oats J S Murphy t McKinney INIcE lot of locust posts for sale at Ky D C Sipple Stanford R F D No3 IT was tho same old story at Frankfort yesterday and there was np elec t tlon of a Senator y PURE strain S C Cockerels for solo Also white leghorn eggs at 76c per set ting Miss Lizzie Davlson MULES FOR BALEA few pairs ot nice threeyearold mules for sale II M Herndon Shelby City Ky NEW REAL ESTATE FIRM Sam M Owens and D A Baugh of McKinney have formed a real estate partnership under tho firm name of tho McKinney Real Estate Co If you wish to buy sell or rent property of any kind write or call on them NOTICE Having removed on Lan caster street opposite the 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 zel Stanford KySLAUNDRYWO have our machine in firstclass repair and arc ready to do all Binds of laundry work Have added to 4our machinery an uptodate collar sha per Can do good work in tho collar line so bring or send in your laundry and give us a trial Stanford Laundry Co Stanford Ky SEE tho Chattanooga Plow before you buy Geo II Farris PLACE your order for Amercan fenco at once At Geo H Farris CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop REMEMBER tho masquerade rink Fri day night 5 m cash given away FIVE THOUSAND rods American Field Wlro Fence In stock W L Perkins Crab Orchard KySTim wife of Alec Thurman colored died Tuesday She was a member of the house of Ruth FOR SALE160IIseedbearing plants 1000 small plants and 7000I seeds All for 40 A P Bracket Stanford LADIES Spring line of Oxfords In Tans Patents and Vici kids havo art rived Cat and see them Cummins WearenIA ma crowd will attend the masquerade rink at Waltons Opera House this Friday evening A majority of the skaters will mask FOR RunTTI eoldMyers Houso barn Just repaired and will further repair or remodel to suit tho renter Mark Hardln Stanford THE Lincoln Medical Society is called to meet at Stanford at 1030 Tuesday Feb 25 A full attendance is desired W F pickle secretary A FIVEYEAROLD daughter of Mr A P Sloan of the Hubble section fell from her chair and cut an ugly gash in her head Dr W F lilcklo telephones us y WE ore ready to do all kinds of laundry work Please bring in your laundry and give us a trial or hand it to our agent W M Duncan Stanford Laundry Co GREAT JAPANESE MYSTERY The greatest novelty yet out No one has been ablo to explain what makes it act as it does Dont fail to get one They aro great Sent to you for four two cent stamps with full directions J L Watts Co Lexington Ky A cur affecting em ployo of tho Louisville Nashville Railroad Company will be made March 1 though tho details of tho plan have not been completed and the exact amount of tho reduction cannot be given out at tho present time says tho Louisville Times TilE following its sent from Scotts villa to tho Louisville Herald and probably may best be taken with a good supply of salt Word comes from J F Allen promoter of the Danville and Scottaville Railroad that part of the system will be ready before 1003 hUB passed Tho distance is 150 miles through the roughest sort of country and the track will open up tho back counties which heretofore have been de pcndcnton Glasgow as the station for other Kentucky points Tho road will bo built from McKinney to Liberty to Columbia to Scottaville and about 30 men are at work at McKinney at present Allen says that he nov has tho money necessary to complete tho road WRAY After an illness of nearly a year Mrs Mary E Wray died at the homo of her daughter Mrs I M Bruce at an early hour Wednesday evening Sho was 69 ohl years and up to a few years ago was the picture of health Deceased was tho widow of Mr James M Wray and was Miss Mary Dooley of Clark county Fivo children were born to Mr and Mrs Wray Mrs Kittio Lynn Mrs I M Bruce Mrs H C Baughman Miss Nottio Wray and Mr Homer C Wray Of this nUmber Mesdames Lynn and Baughman preceded their mother to tho grave The other three live in Stanford and aro among the towns best citizens For many years Mrs Wray had been a devout member of tho Presbyterian church and until her Infirmities overtook her her seat was seldom vacant when tho church doors were open She twos an exceedingly modest refined woman and to know her well was to Jovo her Her children were wrapped up in her and now that sho Is no moro their grief knows no bounds May He givo themcomfort and strength to bear their loss Tho funeral will occur at tho Bruco home at 230 this Friday afternoon Rov J- L Yandell will officiate and the burial will follow in Buffalo cemetery e Some Men Dont Know That we are selling two of tile best lines of mens shoes in this county We have many customers who swear 11our shoes nud our personal guaran tee is back of each pair Then the prices on our shoes mean a saving to you Tho next time you need n pair of shoes either for dress or service do your purso the kindness to examine our shoes and prices i MASQUERADE rink at Waltons Opera Houso Friday night Feb 21 5 in cash to best maskers LAST Call All accounts not paid by March will bo placed in an attorneys hands with instructions to bring suit if necessary Our business must bo set trop Cummins McClary LYNNMrs JesseLynn died nt about G oclock Monday evening after a protracted Illness of that dread disease typhoid fever Sho was 31 years old and was a daughter of tho late Mr snd Mrs Thomas E Wood She is sur vived by her husband and three littleI childrenLouise aged eight Margie six and James only 14 months threo brothers Messrs John A Wood and- W L Wood of Danville and George T Wood of Broken Arrow Oklahoma and ono sister Mrs B G Fox of Danville Great sympathy is felt for them all but upon the husband and little motherless children the rod of affliction falls heaviest and every heart goes out to them May Ho who tern pets tho wind to tho shorn lamb comfort and caro for them all in their dork hour Mrs Lynn was a gentle good woman and was a model wlfo and moth cr Her place was at homo with the husband and children and there she could always be found A pity it is that ono who had so much to live for and who was doing so much for others should bo taken away BO early in life but lie knows best and moves in a mysterious way his wonders to perform Deceased had been a consistent member of the Baptist church since she was 15 and sho was thoroughly prepared for the summons como up higher A largo number of friends accompanied the remains to Buffalo cemetery Wednesday morning where after short services by Rev R R Noel and J Murray Taylor all that was mortal of tho devoted wile and tender mother was laid to rest Flowers brought by sympathetic loved ones hid the mound that marks her resting place and these with comforting words from tho many friends will help the bereaved ones to bear tho fearful burden that has be fallen them FosrERMrJ Foster died suddenly at midnight Wednesday Ho had been in usual health up to about 4 o clock that afternoon and just brought nsome coal when he complained of feeling ill Physicians were summoned and everything in their power was done but about 12 oclock ha breathed his last Mr Foster was SO years old and was one of the most prominent men in the county For many years he was a successful farmer and he amassed quite a fortune Sonic 15 years ago he gave up active work and moved to Stanford where ho and his wife had since resid ed Mr Foster was for a long time Identified with the church at McCor macks but when he came to this place ho moved his membership to the Chris tan church and had been a faithful at tendant at its services Ho was a great believer In the Sunday school and was f 1 juently prcaent at tho roll call Mr Foster had been twice married his first rife being a Miss Turner of Clark county Sho bore him two children the surviving ono being Mr Ed T Foster of Lexington Tho widow he leaves was a Miss Stagg and to them were born three children Mesdames J H McAIister of Way Miss and Thomas Metcalf of Boyle and Mr John B Foster of this section They made an exceedingly happy family For a long time Mr Foster had been identified with tho Lincoln County National Bank when Its predecessor and was a director the Deposit Bank of Stanford was organized in February 1870 Ho was a director of the Deposit Banks succes sors until a few years ago when he re tired and his son Mr John B Foster was elected in his stead Whilo Mr Foster never loafedhe was to busy a man for thathe could bo found almost always either at his Hanging Fork farm his homo or the bank He made the bank his headquarters for tho transaction of such business as might comas Mr Foster was a straightforward honorable man and a splendid cit izen and neighbor Much sympathy is felt for the aged helpmeet and the children in the loss of a kind and indulgent husband and father Mrs McAIister has been telegraphed for and should sho como the burial will hardly occur before this afternoon or tomorrow Rev D M Walker will preach the funeral at tho lato home and the burial will take place in Buffalo cemetery- I nAVE just received a line of buggy harness which is unexcolled In either price or quality Come in and let us harness you IIGeo D Hopper THE citizens living north of the rail roadaddress n communication to the city council this issue They want Portman Avenue opened to Danville street and give good reasons for their request AT the Masquerade rink this Friday evening the audience will vote for the best masked male and female 250 in cash will bo given each Better en gage your skates in advance as they are already being spoken for A WRIT has been issued for Clyde Es tes who it is claimed shot at a brake man when the latter put him off a freight train at Hemp Estes left soon after and the officer has not had tho opportunity of serving the paper HON HARVEY IIIELMIt is now expected that Harvey Helm of the Eighth Kentucky district will over oratoIand Press Kimball the other ic Representatives from tho Bluegross havo made speeches in the House Mr Helm has remained absolutely silent But it is noticed by his colleagues that he has listened most closely to the speeches of his two brethren who were likewise new to Congressional life and it Is charged that he is holding back for the purpose of laying it over them Mr Helm as a lawyer and member of the Legislature and County Attorney has also had experience in the rough and tumble field of forensic contest and should make a reputation on the floor Just now Mr Helm is devoting close attention to his committee work especially that of the Committee on Insular Affairs He attends every session and is deeply interested in the affairs of the Philippines with which tho com mittee chiefly deals Louisville Times Washington Correspondence H Macon and Miss Margaret Derry claiming Rockcastle county as their home obtained marriage licens from Deputy Clerk E D Pennington about 430 Thursday morning The left on the Louisville train the necessary papers with them Notice To Claimants i1ersoni having eatnttof JuiniH K Lynn will present them to us properly proven not Inter than lurch IS tor payment J U and J I Lyne adorn J v ynn Home In Middleburg For Sale Iwlth to sell privately tho house and lot In MlUdlelmru limey county kuown tho Iiuno Cownn property The house Is n one Cory frainn In good condition IIlCClSUrIoutnou eund the lot contains ncre Two welt on the place Hplteiidld drool In town and tho several denomina bus ham crwlltnblo churches Kor further iHtrtlculari apply or write to me Jl1Cuiir rTurncrsvlne Ky A Mild Laxative For Babys Bowels The infant or the child should not be given salts purgative waters or harsh pills or tablets when the bowels are con ipated and neither should any medi be used that contains a narcotic- It is well for mothers to remember that there is no better gentler or more effective remedy for childrens stomach and bowel troubles than Dr Caldwella Syrup Pepsin Its purity and mildness make it especially adapted to young peoples use It works gently but sure containing as it does many tonic ingredients it not only cleans out the congested bowels but tones the sys tem and makes the child feel better in every way Among the thousands who are using Dr Caldwella Syrup Pepiln Is Mrs Spalding of Mayfield Ky and she writes that she gives It to ber baby regularly and that she would not be IanIItimeMothers will sad this an Invaluable remedy dyspepsialivermany other Ills that afflict the stomach and bowels It Is guaranteed to do what we claim and by Its use a home cure at very little cost Is easily brought about Children are often troubled with skin dis eases are backward In school lose weight and do not care to eat or play when all that Is really the matter with them Is stomach trouble that Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin will correct Go to your druggist today and buy a botUe and see bow QuicklY the chili gets wefl again It Is a good thing for the whole family to use In stomach liver and bowel complaints A cent bottle has often restored an entire family FREE TEST Those wishing to try Dr Cud wells Syrup PepsIn biters tux byIdressingtimecompanyremedy do at we claim and It only open to those have never taken It Send for If you have soy Stetold THEPUSllOis OR ALOWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN TNt product eara purity guarantee 17 Washington Q Ct PEPSIN SYRUP 80 SIB BaldwJI Bide MontletH HI I Mens and Boys Shoes Tho kind that wear Men should wear a pair of BtC P guaranteed Pat ent Leather shoes They cost only 400 Other Patents Vicis and Gun- Metal at 350 Try us for n show for service 8150 to 8300 A VEX ING QUESTION is shoes for the boy We are always on the alert to buy or tell the best Try ours next tim- eRUBBERSMens Womens and Childrens Rubbers tho Hood Brand tit South East Corner Main and Depot treetsI10 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 be charged to any one at these prices Let us save you money these hard times TRIBBLE HUGHES IDryGoods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court HouseISTANFORD KENTUCKY s The Dead Lock Is Bro el If they can not Elect a Senator at Frankfort I can Cut the Prices in Hustonville- In Merchandise- My Clearance Sale will begin Feb 11 This means a great sacrifice and slaughter of values Calicoes 5c Spool Cotton 5c Clothing t3 per cent off Ladies Cloaks halt off We can not carry these over if prices will unload ShoesLadies and Childrens from 50c to 8150 tho kind we sell from 82 to 350 We cant enumerate here on paper but can at the store Como early to get choice No goods sold to merchants to retail trade only JGSrPositively no goods charged at these prices CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter I FLORIDA AND ANEW ORLEANS I I VIA I 1 QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE 1 II Winter Tourist Tickets WITHOUT ICHANGE II 8 jOn Sale November let 1907 IGood Returaln0 May 31st 1908 I For Information aDd list of hotels 00 KING 0 P aJdrelsI Go To Hoppers For Wagon Breeching He Has t The Goodsk s 0f Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky 0 If You Want the Purest and BestywA- t Drugs get Them from I STANFORD DRUG CO i The ClanceOf Your Life Ti111ef Never before in the mercantile history of Danville have the peoplehad such an opportunity to purchase staple highgrade goods at I such a large reduction as we are now offering in our Special Sale of Fine Wall Papers We are offering 40000 rolls of the best papers that the market affords at prices that are absolutely startling This is all good stock- Y and is not the pickedover laidinthecorner kind but is the best there is to be had are now offering fb this entire lot in order to reduce our stock at less than 13 of Regular Price l i20 25c Papers that sold for 15 20 t and 25c cents we are sacrificing at t A E GI STREET I The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford at si ond4au matter roBiasnno TUESDAYS AT AND rlUD4Tj 5100 PER YEAR CASH When not so pstd MOO will be charged L N TIME TABLE No 11 Houth til PM No S3 South u aw P No H North 433 A x North 218 r x IiNoJOSS RICE Agent Lumber For Sale All kinds of Rough Lumber for tale Bill tHIN Orlt mill In connlC- tlon Mill on Green river Jumbo rtmd I miles East of McKinney Terry A Newe- UlcJlnney Ky Rhode Island Reds UNIi breeding pensMrs L B 0OOK Stanford Ky a r Jesse W Sweeney s PBOPRIKTOB Livery Feed and Solo Stable Lanoaster Ky I B D CARTER t Now Livery t rDepot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICEI STANFORD KENTUCKYi 1 Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Joseph 3244 Vol It pure bred and has been accepted for reg- letryin the first volume of The Record Association Book undertherulesoftheassoclatlonandwiltbe dnm Alexandra No Sire U olin Bruce No dam of BlreOanadfan NeilieSJM Sire of dent Kentucky Boy No 1753 dam of dam Golden No 1MI It Is well known that the Tamwortu Hwlne Is the highest prlceswlne on the market Ills sire j nt old IwQold- Lot hidnntAlexandrawelght uooo HII wel bt nt months lie crosses well with every breed I will stand hm tlcab JOliN OOOK Stanford Ky I i JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur all Kinds of Stock Give- Them a Call Prices Right istANFQRD KENTUCKY lJ JC McClary and1MSTANFORD KY Offlce Phono Homo Phone si r lt trii1JKlftil1 K 5c FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE300 or 400 bales ot good timothy nay for sale L C Dunn Mt SalemJW P Givens of this county sold to Raine Reef of Cincinnati a race horso for 400 The annual State Farmers Institute beganat Frankfort with an address of welcome by Gov Willson FOR SALEan extra good pair of fouryearold 16hand mare mules J W Powell Hustonvllle FOR SALE45 highgrade Jersey heifers bred to registered Jersey bull and will find calves in February and March Will sell any number to suit the purchaser C T Bohon Son Lebanon Ky Dr F F Bryan of Scott county one of the largest tobacco growers in Cen tral Kentucky owning five farms says ho is opposed to cutting out the 1908 tobacco crop and declares his intention of raising a larger crop this year than H Nell bought a carload of cat tle from Young Coffey Hunn at 4 cents He bought several from other parties at 350 and 365 per cwt He also bought a lot from Hardesty Dearing Campbellsville at 5cAdair NewsMany farmers of Woodford county have received letters posted at Georg town warning them against raising a crop of tobacco this year and threaten ing dire punishment if an attempt is made to raise tobacco A match and cartridge were inclosed in each letter Mack Hughes the horse actor has made some big sales this week Through his efforts Lincoln Chief was sold to a Virginia party for 485 Reids Gold Dust to a Canadian party for 455 a roan colt by Cecilian Chief dam a Jay Bird mare brought 600 from a Virginia buyer and a black horse by Gambctta Wilkes sold for 800 to an Illinois gentlemanAdvocate 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 of a surprise from ordi nary colds will be slight But the or dinary light cold will become severe if neglected and a well established ripe cold is to the germs of diphtheria what honey Is to the bee Tim greatest menace to child life at this season of the year is nl neglected cola 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 popularity 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 It is given For sale by all druggists Bitter feeling has been aroused between the Equity Society and anti Equity farmers of Henry county by the action of the societys leaders in letting up a meeting in opposition to the gathering called for Saturday by Judge B F Hill A big crowd is expected to attend and exciting develop ments are expected Grippe is sweeping the country it with Proventics before It gets deeply seated To check early colds whit these little Candy Cold Cure Tablets is surely sensible and safe Seventies contain no Quinine no laxative nothing harsh or sickening Pneumonia would never appear if early colds were promptly broKen Also good for feverlshchlldren Largobox 48 tablets 25 bents Vest pocket boxes 5 cents Sold by pennys Drug Store The railroad stations of Berlin arc bout to be provided with automatic machines which upon thn insertion of tho proper coin will deliver an umbrella After making use of it the timI brella may be returned and a portion of the money recovered Foloys Honey and Tar cures tho most obstinate coughs and expels the cold from the system as It is mildly cfPcnnY1i t cp 25 to 50c For our regular 25 and 50c 75c and up We are offering papers that 25culouslySSf1AIN naYaville Theyt Chronic Constipation Cured One who suffers from chronic con stipation is in danger of many serious ailments Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation as it aids digestion and stimulates the the liver and bowels restoring tho natural action of the organs Com mence taking it today and you will feel better at once Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is very pleasant to take llofuso substitutes Pennys Drug Store Tom Hundley a Negro was arrested at Springfield as ho was getting oil the train from Bardstown and it was found that he had in his possession 63 quarts of whisky Ho was placed in jail on the charge of bringing intoxicating liquors into local option territory for the purpose of sale Stop that tickling Cough Dr Shoops Cough Cure will surely stop it and with perfect safety It is so thoroughly harmless that Dr Snoop tells mothers to use nothing else oven with very ypung babies Tho whole somogreen leaves and stems of a lung heallngmounlalnu shrub furnish tho curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals tho sensitive bronchial mem branes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or sup press Demand Dr Shoops Taka no other Pennys Drug Store Mrs Roso Politzer of Chicago has legally adopted Mrs Julia A Herman The fostermother is 65 years old and tbe fosterchild 45 and has a husband For Rheumatic Sufferers The quick relief from pain afforded by applying ChamberlalnaPain Balm makes it a favorite with sufferers from rheumatism sciatica lame back lumbago and deep seated and muscular pains For sale by all druggists agedied Kentucky nice orchard Is Irolltrty Is near churc and school ltouu well worth the price No acre chord outhu lotiso horn room bllrllllllll out plenty of price U near Green tock ustlu This farm has now framehuasv would cost to build now f1 lJ4 lf srlvw t = FARM FOR SALE tin acres Kingsllln Ky onto tulle from railroad station About W acres clear for tobacco burn nil ready to up rlentg water young orelmnt line growth of youny timber Mutt bo sold L Klngsvllle Ky I Tor tho arrest and conviction of any ltersoa trespassing my arm tiny or nlKlit or doing Injury to in traveling the pUb- lic blghwnysor Injury to from till hinds of people Till refers to putt present nnd future also olTer spec ml reward of for partlculnrsisee GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no one orft but come nail see All goods sold nt reduced price Mens and Indies Underwear and llubbers JlenV stud HoysHutts at Post will very grate ful for your patronage D JHMITH GIVE ME YOUR bROER CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy rendyntadeclothingwhenthere 1 so difference in the price of wade suits and suit to your measure by an tallow have handsome Una of price business suit to the nnestdress suit Also Overcoats Trout irs and The company rep resent Is second to none 110 UUlLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Granite and Monuments KirstVlass Work at Reasonable 1rlces Otllce nnd Works McKlnney Ky Shop closed on Saturday tire Lightning WlndHtorm Life and tooldent but the HTKONQKHT and Companies Represented Lowest los ilble Uunruntvvd Loss laying lies and Unequalled Talk with VIAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone Non This One German Coach Stallion years old 10J hands high weighs about 1000 pounds for sale Ho was foaled in Oldenburg Germany Is a fine individual and has great style and action Will sell him at very reasonable figure See him atJ H Ileazloys stable In Stanford and write me for fur ther particulars J Q RINKIIKART London Ky you want your carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Purest i Drugs Call on me W B MoRoberts Central Real Estate xthaflge TIT1E CO WuyneIJUrJllkOnCRr outbuildings Ill III rIre good SIOJIhOltOllljinlilllesburg house other iiilldlnus water Oath Ao4ltt8ncree Loyal 2 story J ta- kvyxxxeyf ft f henoteorliRood 10REWARD itock stock other reward I a mo word I I n made oaken I a HpringtNmntuergoodsI- Tanmeketronsalow Fancy Vests Marble INSURANCE None JKHT Rates 4 a If Prescriptions u L J DRUGGISl BTANFORD J good Ixirn crib vt located near church and school This Is n nice homo and Olin be bought for 110 per acre cash roo nmlnder In it months adiolnlugtheahovufarmIUOncro good burn nail otheroutbulidings nice or chanl OliO of the springs in thu cOlin ty lriceIlebait nuh buliinci und S GZII acres adjoining farms Nos mid ItOneroIn cultivation Imlanco In tim her hood white oak hickory and somo llnu cedar Ilns 2story luglluo und good orch ard well watered Cash price Mix No 7 avJiicros near Marotsburg Ky 1W acres In cultivation Kood dwelllni house burn mid iiecps ary outlmlldlngH lluo wutur nod shoot church and H U station 1rlce itdie cash Imlanco In ono and two yenrs No 8 SI acre nonr Conway Ky nearly till of this furor In bottom hind hue for corn gild meadow very good dwelling house nuw burn and other on county road o miles trim Keren College Unsh price fl cooFor full particulars In regard to nil the above farm sue or write It K Hughes or Jmnes I White HlnnfordKy t Lyt or We Want To Buy Life In surance Policies If you have a policy you wish to sellIfor thercash write us giving name of company and kindof policy how many annual premiums have been paid on it No policy of less than Seven Annual Premiums wanted We collect Notes and Accounts any where No charges unless we make the collection Real Estate of All Kinds Sold and Exchang edReference4 Banks of SomersetI 1 Somerset Real Estate 11Somcrsct Jtst received big line of these Cull and see tho merits in them any thing else on the market GKO II overI Jfiirst 57thonal2anA Stanford y Oryanfxttf 882 Capiial JfotA ISo 000 Surplus and 7WVaW Profits 49000aJas paid in Dividancls since Organization 121 500 t tfnoito 9ffiu jfccounis on Our 9llorilsr OFFICERS DIRECT nsIJ H Daughman J S Mocker PresidentPiIteld Elmore J M Pettut S T farris VicePtesident S II rJaughman J F Cummins John J McHoherts CashierS T using James Robinson HockcrIIthe Lincoln County national BankI Of Stanford KntucRy Capital 5000000 l Surplus 3000000S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J D PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER- J W BOOKKEEPERf DIRECTORSiJ 13 Owaley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W 0 Walk or Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W II Traylor r Gilhcrta Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek a I4vJ j i q