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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 25 1908 NO 102 MATRIMONIAL When an Assyrian girl takes a hut band she doesnt speak for three days Ell Jloup and Miss Myrtle Smith both of the Kingsvilla section were united heart and hand Sunday To get rid of daughter East Indian marry them to flowers When the flowers arc dead the girl are widows an widows can bo sold cheap A lively debate followed tho ofTerln of a Jim crow amendment to the Washington street car bill in the House Tho Democrats seized tho opiiortunlt to poko fun at tho Republican member S who rallied to tho defense of tho right of tho Negro This May Interest You No ono Is Immupo from kidney troi ble so Just remember that Foley Kidney Cure will stop tho Irregular c ties and cure any caso of kidney and- bladder trouble that Is not beyon tho yea ch of medicine Pennys rug J Store Dudley Milburn aged CO suicided at- Dloomfield by shooting I had beet IU with pneumonia for two weeks Notice To Contractors Notice U hereby given thnt I of iup r vlnur of turn Ike rod for Lincoln count Kywill unlUlnclockA x MONDAY MAItfll 1 ll rvcvlva Mi Ifil hull for etonHNIl nlrrt run Irneti Oil tho vnrlou tretloni 01 turnpike In sold Lincoln county KIlIluck All bid fur furulililiiK lIal1111111hfuklllK and Mrvnclltiir done nliltu end ru with mo on or Iwloro 10 o pluck Momlny Mitrcti J IKM nt HUH ford Ky and no lilili will he rrcoltfxl nfui tlmt time UoutrncU will IM lit to the low cat unit lent hidden and contractor will IN rvuulrtHl to give bond wllli lUfety to bu 81 proved by forthn fnltliful iwrformnnvf of cont men mill for nil itvnnlllr nnd tUmngv for Intlurv to iwrform tliclrcon trncu wlihmilie time and under tha ron dltlonn hrrvltmltcr mrotlond J Htantortl nod I nvlllp ptke H cllon I trout Htnnfnrd to llnwkln llrnncli tuna Marne rctlonfrouo Hawkins- HrnnchtoMoyle II lit rodi hush Ilrnnch groin Htnnfonl and 1 Innrnsdrr0 hush Ilrnneh8Srodaonr Dnnvlllonnd nnriutcr pike whola rued bu rods 1011- 11Hlllilruni nnd Kilob Lick pike Hectlon t from llnnitlnir York creek to Danville nnd lluitouvlllv 1lktIO rod Krnvcl Lincoln an 1l1oIII 6 rwli Krnvrl- HUliford nnd Mtllmlivvlllp Sect No I from Mtanfon and lluttonvllla pike to Mo Oormnck cburchI filth stone Howe sec tloiit l from McOormiick church to MllledKD II lOti gravel- Utah Orchard Cbnppttll flap whole rout tO roil Rrnvv- lHuinfonl nod tea tloa trout Wilkinson llrnnch 91 rodr tnne Hnmatectlont front Wllkln sonY Itrnnch to U U and Lancnutor pike tf rods stone Crab orchard old Ijincnitei1 ptko see lion from U U toil W vans since at rod lira vel KAtnw octlon J from Kvnni t iilnrotoUnrrnnl line la roil gravel Stanford nnd trnbOrclianl pike section I from Htnnford to H II llauRlimnng unU1 21 rods shone Hnmp ecllon j irony I llHUUtiinuui gate to llywateri Rate rodi lout Mace section I secliu a to Orab Ordinal Ju rode gravel Stanford and Ottenhelnrpike Hcctloh I f from Stanford pike to J n LynniaDroiU gravel Hnme tntlou Ifrom Lynn to Doono1 a rods ravel same IMCtlon a trout Iloone bop 10 Ittun lirlm lOthlrnl- IInro and 11 x river Section from llowland to Haydvni WItClIlI0 rodi IImI Mawte section 2 witch to Traylor stone Marne secllou trout Trulrlanll to lnr- It rant I lie I rots rn Htatiford ui Waymiburit plku Wilson r I front Htaurord to li rod gravel Hnmtf section 1 fruit Uttvnlieln to Mnywood county ruid8 rabstone Mnmrtctlon from Mnywood county road P to Darter atom rats Stone Hrcllun I t troth Curler to lltucbUon wlioo lioiiM lo r xl Stan of Kruvtl Ifrom Hutchlioni school hubs to llutfi more a rod Mrctlon n tutu hilt lore t0 KIOgvllle plkr n rat ie tune Moon icctlon 7 from KliiRivllli pike to tlvorco loots IJ rots travel saute ctlon8 froiixjoiirgo Qulnei to O UI n Hume section v front n w tllffnYo Wuburll rods KlagrrlIPmo1IleaasntIolnt Hectlonl rout Htnnford Ilk tu county road UddlnR to Casey rout Mnoteaetlonrfroth county road to taseyandlttgsvtilehue roil gavel McKlnney pike whole rinil rol jnivil- UuMonvlllt lid 1o1Teys Mill pike Me Uor from iluitonvilln to arsons II ndtunt Annie section i from Car- sojit to Mt Knlem ki rixlr itonu lllr and IInllllunlnlllt hulks fntvellust01tvllleanti Creek piku I w ImItlnlllIh pike Hllun lluttimvill to plk m rats stone HJIIIII vctlon x front Itlnnk pike loylB line tnlasmite mill rob gtwat Htntloti loud Morelmm pike wfiolo road roil untvu- Tnrn r VIII iind McKlnnuy pike M roll grovel whole moth unIt Turnerivlllv plko from John Murtiliy1 s to S1eKmnnuyLi rod grnvel gad JlullulIVllio piku section- itotronttninrirotlon S fromTnrnersthIie to lu tonvllli gravel and so rods Htnniy Tnrnirivllle nnd MeOormnvk plkn Sao lion lt from TurnenvllU to Mum Heimi lOrodt Rrnvel Hcctlon 8 from Mum Hulmi to 0 llliliop rod gravel Hoclloa froth u lliihopi to knob S rods tied Lnnciutor pike Section from Btnnford to guns lain rob stone Hiotlon t from IOHHII litnu to r Oiirninl lino In touts crnvnl- MoKlnney A IolTiyit Mill IMke Sec from South Fork Ilku to toll guile M gds of ruvel Hco from toll guilt to Falr- plnceUlrodtr of atom Set a from Fair to akin f role Htono Heu front Mt Hiilom to Unsay lino roils stone A McKlnney Hku whole road 6 rats Kruvul A roil of atone or gravel shall consist of IK cubic loot llnnd broken stone nod uruvol muiil be on of rood or section by Kept 15 hits All gravel must bu Iwforu Oct IS spread lost U to red by the auiwrvlior who mny when and t where to lie ipruad All crushed lone roust be rend not Inter than Jan Hw All criulioil tono to iMiloft nt crustier or on niarRlnof plkolnihapulo Iw nniinnriil it by nipurvUor and IIrt to let Hpriiid f whun anil where dlrecled by gooUnttltuntilsllntestonutarqunrtnuul hrnell into II1 not I xceed two lwohei In diameter The grovel mint bn olmtunudaintJsuit that furnUlul on McKlnney it nil IoITI Mill jilke and unit MoKlnnoy pike must iw IdTurnorsv111r Hlvur Its repretentatlso may reject not of ilzo or qan ttv- llldderi roust soy whether stone will bu broken by bond or crushed Thu suH rvlsor renrvc tho rlRht to reject and till bids Illnnk forms on which bills may bo made can bo obtained from ca1rbo ti Lincoln County will own n rock nnd contractors will bo pormltted to use It nt II per rod nUIIIHKHAU supervisor Turnpike Uosdi for LlncolnCounty s KINGSVILLE Mr J L Johnson js being urged by his friends to run for county judge Miss Maudo Brown of Pleasant Point is with Miss Esther Murphy Mrs M H Creighton has about recovered from an attack of grip Mrs kL G Murphy is quito ill Jack Murphy and family aro all ill with grit Den Vests family has been down with measles Bud Smiths entire family Is also down with measles Samuel Higncy and wife and Craig Butte and wife of Somerset came up to attend tho burial of their grandmother Mrs UIgney Mr and Mrs V N Bastin aro visiting at Somerset A Q C fireman named Slaght was asphyxiated In tho tunnel Saturda and fell from his engine sustaining serious Injuries Ho was taken to Som erset by the railroad physician Di Thompson and placed in the hospital Rev John Howes preached at tho Methodist church Sunday morning and evening flay Livingston Is expected Sunday to fill his first appointment for 1908 Rev John Singleton preachy twice each month at tho Pleasant Point Baptist church Mrs Jano Rigney who died last week at McKinney and whoso remains were brought hero for burial was 87 Instead of 74 years of age as reported in the I J Deceased is survived by two sis ten Mcsdamna Salllo Murphy 89 and Mary Meeks 84 who like the lato Mrs Rigncy aro good Christian women Pretty little Miss Hazel Hall Is hero from Burnsldo with her foster mother Mrs Clara Beagle Squire Adams of Highland was hero Monday Ho says the Kingsvillo people sire getting to b so gorAl that It isnt necessary to hold court here Tho thought of Incurring tho wrath of our county attorney has doubtless brought about this change Deputy Sheriff Hester of Stanford was hero Saturday summoning witnesses In the Watts murder case which will come tip this court Dan Nester was in Lexington last week Q C Detective Helm was hero on Important business a few days since This being our last letter as wo are to leave shortly for our new home in Mercer county we tako this occasion to bid good byo to old Lincoln the good county that has been our homo so long Your correspondent was a small girl when sho camo hero about 19 years ago from her native countyMason We aro intensely loyal to our long since adopted county and it Is with sincere regret that we tako our departure It Is true wo aro going but a short dis tanco and wo hopo to return occasion ally but we shall not bo a resident and thats why we are sad We can no longer voto hero for our favorite county officers tho dear polite can didatcs in whom wo have over felt an Interest and taken plcasuro in writing up their merits in our letter to tho I J To thoso nearest in KInRsvillc oui friends and enemies if wo have any our excellent neighbors we part from reluctantly To tho iNTEHluit JOURNAl wo do not say goodbye nor yet nu rtf voir for wo would like to know how anybody could keep house in Mercer or any other county without tho cheap est and best Realizing in advance how homo sick we aro going to be we herewith subscribe so there will bo no delayNolghborhood Mrs K D Charles of harbor Maine spooking of Electric litters sins It lj a nolfrliborliOid favorite hero with It deserves to be a fa vorlto ovcry where It gives quick re lief In dyspepsia livorootnplaint kidney duranjjomont malnutrition nor iousnosa weakness and general debility Its action on tho blood us a thorough purlllur makes It especially asofiil as a Spring medicine This grand alterative tonic is sold under guarantee nt Pennys Drug Store GCo If you marry mo you shall have ov ry thing you desire All right Ill marry you but remember tho first thing you must give me is what my heart is set on And what isthat my darling A divorce and alimony Chamberlains Cough Remedy- A Favorite xWo prefer Chamberlains Cough Remedy to any other for our children says Mr L J Woodbury of Twining Mich It has also done the work for us In hard colds and croup and wo tako pleasure in recommend- Ing It For salo by all druggists A tobacco barn belonging to Ausburn Smoot a farmer and independent tobacco buyer living near Carlisle was burned Smoot recently purchased overal crops and sold them at Mays rillc Night riders uro believed to havu tot fire to tho barn Former Mayor Henry T Duncan of Lexington was found guilty of crimi nol libelnnd fined 25 and costs NEWS NOTES Crosby S Noyes editor of the Was ington Star is dead at Poscdana Cal Tho Seaboard Air Line after February will cut salaries ttf over 5000 year 10 per cent and salaries between 3000 and 5000 will bo reduced 8 per centTho Lexington health authorities have issued an order that all persons who can not show proof of successful vaccination in the last seven years must submit to another effort under penalty of city and Stato prosecution Because of her regret over tho con- vIction of Gen Stoessel at St Peter burg Amelia Karris killed herself at Hartford Conn by inhaling illuminat Ing gas Tho girl was a Russian and had formerly been employed in the generals family John R Hegeman president of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company was formally placed under arrest in New York on charges of forgery and perjury Later Justice Dowling disml sed tho forgery indictments and sustained thoso alleging perjury Night riders invaded Gracey and after making tho town marshal and the telephone operator prisoners escorted them to a room occupied by white man whom they took out and whipped It U said tho riders suspect ed their victim of being a detective Ili E Rosevear after 19 years ser vice as secretary of tho Young Mens Christion Association of Kentucky re signed at tho biennial convention which id in progress at Winchester C l Dix of Louisville was elected his successor Richard P Ernst of Coving ton was elected president Mrs William Proudfit Burden daugh ter of 0 H P Belmont by his first wife was found dead in bed in her Fiftnavenuo homo in New York The coroners verdict was that death was accidental and duo to gas poisoning A- gas tubo which led from a chandelier to- a drop light was found to bo disconnected A Knoxville dispatch says Deputy United States Marshal Blankenshlp assisted by police seized a half carload or brick in a freight car on tho Southern railway which contained 40 barrels of whisky without the Government tamp Later the officers went to the llstillery of the Holston Distillery Company where the seized whisky came from and seized 8000 gallons Skin Disease of Twenty Years Standing Cured I want you to know how much Chamberlains Salvo has done for molt has cured my face of a skin disease of almost 20 years standing I have been treated by several as smart ph f slclans as we have In this country and they did me no good but two boxes of this salvo has cured mo Mrs Fannie Griffon Troy Ala Chamberlains Salvo Is for sale by all druggists Tho most pathetic sight about the Capitol is tho lonesomeness of the bolt ing Democrats They realize their po litical careers are ended and move about with the air of mourners at a fnneral and well they may for each has provid ed for his own political funeral and it Is only a question of a short time when the events will be pulled oiLMidway Clipper A weak Stomach means weak Stom itch nerves always And this Is also true of the Heart and Kidneys Its a ply that alok ones continuo to drug tho Stomach or stimulate the Heart and Kldhoys Tbo woak nerves not the organs themselves need this help This explains why Or Shoops flea loratlve line and is promptly helping so runny sick ones It goes direct to tho cause of those diseases Test this vital truth and see Pennys Drug Store The glamour of tho new Republican administration is rapidly fading Gov Villson banquets while the Stato burns an 1lt is almost a certainty that the platform pledge for tho extension of the county unit law will botraded for a scat in tho United States SenateCyn hiana Democrat rKeeping Open House Everybody Is welcome when wo feel good and wo feel that way only when our digestive organs aro working properly Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills cgulato the action of stomach liver and bowels so perfectly one cant help thosepillstic riders called Paul Kautz of Berlin Bracken county from his homo but were persuaded not to whip him after ho had promised to buy no more obaccoWhat To Do When Bilious The right thing to do when you feel illlous Is to take a dose of Chamber lamas Stomach and Liver Tablets rhoy will cleanse tho stomach and regulato tho liver and bowels Try it Prlco 25 cents samples free at all druggists IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John Splnn died of measles atSome setThe widow of the late Thomas Gann is dead at Jamestown Mrs Thomas Arnold is dead of pneumonia at Nicholasvillo Mrs W B Cochran formerly of Liberty Is dead in Louisville Burnam Schrivcner a well known business man of Richmond is dead aged 41 Henry Gilpin a welltodo Case county farmer has been adjudged in sane Harry Simpson was taken to Wit liamsburg charged with killing a mar named Sexton near Stearns J H Sanders a colored plumber at Lexington died from grief over the loss of a valuable thoroughbred hqrsc whirl he had named Teddy Roosevelt David DIckerson aged 18 died al Williamsburg of Spinal meningitis after two days illness This is the third death of the same disease this month Tho residence of Mr and Mrs Wai ter Martin on tho Stanford pike was burned to tho ground All of the household effects were burned except a sewing machine Advocate In a pistol duel over a trivial matter Morris Simpson shot and killed Sim Sexton at Stearns A bullet from ono of tho pistols grazed tho head of Supt Butler of tho Stearns Coal R Lumber Co making a slight scalp wound Capt M P Smith tho L Ns splendid and efficient foreman at this place will leave the first of March for Springfield to tako charge of a section We certainly regret to lose Capt SmithI for he is tho kind of citizens we need in our town and his place will be a hard one to fillMt Vernon Signal Mrs Elizabeth Crossfield died in An derson county a few days ago aged 71 She was tho mother of Rev R H Crossfield who held a protracted meet ing at the Christian church here last Spring A daughter of Mrs Crossfield married Z T Blackerby a brother of Mesdames L H and Will Stone of this place- J U Martin and Oliver Scwisher of the Monticello Construction Company were in conference with representative citizens of Somerset yesterday in regard to some plan of connecting Som erset and Monticello by rail looking to tho abandonment for the present of the Monticello and Tateville route a portion of which is noW under construction Somerset Journal The court of appeals affirmed the case of J A Royston of Lancaster against W J Price of Danville adminIStra- tor of Mrs Sallie A Stout Royston sued tho administrator for 5000 for time and attention devoted to Jimmie Stout and Annie Stout in California and was awarded a verdict for 1000 in the Boyle circuit court and that verdict is upheld by tho higher court The Advocate says A model man has been found in Danville His namo is Edward Hamner the painter and ho came here from Shelby City Ho nev er tasted strong drink of any kind coffee nor tea and never took a chew of to bacco nor smoked a pipe cigar or ciga rette and never swore an oath lie goes to church twice overy Sunday and leads tho simple life as enunciated by Presi dent Roosevelt and votes the straight democratic ticket rThe Jumping Off Place Consumption had mo in Its grasp and I had almost reached the jumping oil placo when I was advised to try Dr Kings Now Discovery and I want to sad right now it saved my life Im provement began with tho first bottlo and after taking ono dozen bottles I was a well and happy man again says George Moore of Grimosland N C As a remedy for coughs and olds and a healer of weak sore lungs and for preventing pneumonia New Discovery Is supreme COo and 81 at Pennys Drug Storo Trial bottle free Editor Campbell ftho Somerset Journal defends tho proker as follows When a man wont give his wife any money nor pay the preacher nor con tribute to build up his town or county ome people call him a hog but that a slander slander against tho hog The hog docs pay He pays tho doctor the preacher tho storekeeper builds a pow house for tho wife buys organs pianos buggies and sends tho children away to school Dont compare a mean stingy man to a hog again Special Announcement Regard ing the National Pure Food and Drug Law Wo are pleased to announce that oloys Honey and Tar for coughs olds and lung troubles is not affect ell by tho National Puro Food and Drug lawns It contains no opiates or- other harmful drugs and wo rocom acrid It as a safe romoIy for children and adults Pennys Drug Storo The cost of Londons water supply- to the consumers is represented by 16 tons of gold B SiftF1NG CutPrice Sale I All Winter Goods Must Be Sold Regardless of Cost In ofSpring820 Mens Suits cutTK81398 1750 II II II 1248 1500 II II II II 1148 1250 II II II Q IIlO48 1000 II II II 748 750 II II II II 408 85 ct 86II II II 348 81500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 81008 1250II II II 848 1000Ii I 608 750 A 850II II II 408 500 600II II II 348 500 Mens Cravinetto Rain Coats Cufto 1098 1250is II II u II 898 1000Ie II II II 648 54 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 8348 8350 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 298 83 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 824 The above nre only a few of the Bargains wo have for you Come in nnd see what we have SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Huts Caps La dies and GentslFurnishinga Etc TO HOUSEKEEPERS I I The Standard Oil Cos INCORPORATED 1 l Celebrated Lamp Oil FIRE PROOF Gives aSPERFECT 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 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 capitaland make better purchases Respectfully W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED I r I The Interior Journal E c WALTON MOSERlisubject to the action of the Democrat- ly ar y BRUCE IiA candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democrat par t 4JAMESC HAYS Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count lablect to tbe action of the Democrat yI D C ALLEN Al Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty inbject to the action of the Democrat I fDINK party FARMER Is n candidate for tho Democratic nomlnn tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to- Il the action of the democratic party Democratic Ticket I For United States Senator J O W I 11 DFCKUAMI V a IF Mr A R proper regard for the good name his famll 4bears ho will ceaso to affix his sigrm the rot he is sending thb Cou rierJournal from Frankfort We are informed that Graham Vreeland his boss tells him what to write and tha Dunlap has to assume the responsibility t as far as his name goes Mr Dunlaj fr has become the laughing stock of the other press boys at the capital who have dubbed him Vreelands man Friday r LEWIS ARNETT of Covington joined the patriots at Frankfort by bolting Gov Beckham and voting for Olli James for Senator The next day the republican CourierJournal had a two column cut of the little bolter togeth er with an editorial and a long write up in its news columns Patriot Ar nett is about the biggest man in the State just now according to the C J and other such papers THOMAS TACGART was ousted from Icontrol of the Democratic organizatio 11ofIndianapolis by the election of Wil tliam Fogarty the candidate of the anti Taggart faction for chairman of the 1Democratic Committee Fogarty de candidate by seven votes The political enemies of Tag b gart now say he will not be reelecte National Committeeman for Indiana TilE CourierJournal has sent a cor respondent to Maysville to work up an anti Beckham sentiment so that the t democratic nominee for Representative of Mason county will have as hard a time pulling through as possible Mr O M Wasson is the name of the gen tieman sent there and he is following the instructions given by Graham Vree f land to give Beckham hell Lh WHAT has become of Dr E L Pow ell of Louisville 7 As strange as It t imayseem he has kept in the back tj ground in the Senatorial contest at Frankfort Can it be that he is devot ing his time to preparing sermons rath er than playing politics where the lime 1light is brightest 7 We hope A BARBOURVILLE dispatch says that Congressman Edwards wants an early primary or convention fearing that Ca IlebPowers will be given a pardon and be in his way in the Congressional race It is claimed by many that in the event Powers is liberated he will try to go to Congress ACCORDING to the Ashland Va i Herald there are 56 widows and only 16 widowers in Ashland The next grand jury should look into the matter and see whether it is kindness or cruel fl ty that kills so many of the married men of that place CONGRESSMAN OLLIE JAMES who has been voted for for Senator wires his friends at Frankfort that Gov Beck 1hamis the nominee for Senator and all democrats should support him and 4hehopes that his friends will do so POLITICAL 1Representative Johnson has introduc the limit of cost of the public building at Lebanon to 45 OObKansas Democrats in convention at Hutchinson adopted resolutions in 1structlng their delegates to the Denver convention for Bryan Congressman Harvey Helm has certi fied the name of Seneca P Routt of Anderson county to the Naval Com mittee as a midshipman Speaker W J Gooch has called a spe clal election for March 7 to choose a Representative from Mason county to euccced the late Virgil McKnight The Christian County Law and Order League has sent a memorial to the Leg stature asking that steps be taken to put a stop to outrages by night riders Secretary Taft told the House Com mitten on Insular Affairs that not a cent was paid out of the United States treasury for the support of the Philip pines Oklahoma Democrats in convention at Muskogee instructed their delegates to the Denver Convention to support W J Bryan for the presidential nomi nation J lOti n Senator Asbury C Latimer of Sout Carolina died in Washington of perito nltis Gov Willson is preparing a specie message to the General Assembly but declines to discuss the subjects to be treatedThe principal feature of the Wash ington birthday celebration in Chicago was an address by Gov Hughes of New York to the Union League CIU at the Auditorium Representative Heflin of Alabama proposes Representative Glayton of that State chairman of the Democratic caucus for temporary chairman of the National Democratic Convention- In order that no voter of Mason county may be deprived of his vote at the special election to choose a Representative in the Legislature a special regis tration has been ordered by the Sheriff The bill appropriating 200000 to Kentucky State College and 150000 each of the Normal schoola was passed by the Lower House at Frankfort after a long debate Amendments reducin the size of the appropriation were rejected The result of the Taft Fairbank struggle in the First district is being watched with great interest by Republican politicians William J Deboo is leading the Fairbanks forces and Fran Fisher postmaster at Paducah is at the head of the Taft organization- A dastardly attempt was made to burn the Scales Hotel at Muskogee Okla while about 100 delegates to the Democratic convention were asleep in the building Oil was poured over the floor of two vacant rooms and set afire but the fire was extinguished befor any damage was done The Senate Committee on Commerc took up the Newlands bill providin for the appointment of an inland water ways commission and appropriatin 50000000 as a special fund to bo known as the I Inland Waterway Fund It is expected that a bill will be reported from the committee at the present session Here and There While making an effort to escape cnp ture Frank Ides known to the polio as Jerseys Jesse James was shot and killed in the streets of Newark N J J S Gatliff who was given a new trial by the Court of Appeals for kill ing Esbon Gilreath while Town Marsha of Williamsburg was released on 10 000 bond Handbills offering inducements to tobacco growers to move to Ohio wet distributed at Lexington Those who accept the offer are promised assistant and are assured of land on which to plantThe Brotherhood of Locomotive En gineers has requested a conference with the officials of 17 Southern railroads in regard to the proposed reduction in wages The engineers say they are ale ready bearing their part of the burden At a conference of representatives of the Independence League in Chicago it was decided to form a new nations party and to nominate candidates for President and Vice President Willian R Hearst attended the meeting and delivered an address George Mauck and his wife were in stantly killed at Urbana HI whet their closelycurtained carriage was struck by an Erie passenger train at a grade crossing Their 10 year ok daughter was fatally injured All three persons were hurled high in the air Prompt and Satisfactory Settlement I had the misfortune to lose my dwelling by fire on Jan 23 but I had the good fortune of holding one of Mr R B Mahonys policies in the old Continental and one the 7th inst their adjuster paid me every dollar the company owed me without even discounting for cash I recommend the Continen tal and their good agent R B Maho iy of Stanford to all my neighbors ind friends Very trulyT D MULLINS MT VERNON Feb2008This is to certify that my house was damaged reo cntly by fire My insurance was with R B Mahony of Stanford The adjuster for the Continental was here this date and gave me a draft in full for eVe ry dollar of my lossL W BETHURUM The bodies of Mrs Mary E Nixon aged her daughter Mrs Canter and 12yearold son were found in the cottage which had been their home in Denver Col Each had a sponge tied over their mouth and nose and death evidently resulted from chloro orm or ether Mrs Canter is known to have been mentally deranged and he police believed she was the prime tuthor of the deed inducing her mother to commit wither or- chloroformin both her son and mother before administering the drug to her selfH you have Catarrh rid yourself of his repulsive disease Ask Dr Shoop of Racine Wls to mall you free a trial box of his Dr Snoops Catarrh Remedy A simple single test will surely tell you a Catarrh truthwell worth your knowing Write today Dont suffer longer Pennys Drug- Store After six days of hard work a jury- as obtained in the case of Robert ioyd for killing James Sparks at London The trial begun in earnest yesterday morning o t Ji3u rws IN MEMORIAM In memory of my dear little niece Nell Fields the bright little daughter of Mr and Mrs S Coulter White who fell asleep in Jesus Jan 25 1908 aged three years She had only been sick three days when the Lord called her home but during the short time sbe was sick all was done for her that loving hands could do but to no avail She was the sunshine of our homes Got had willed to take from us this sweet little spirit It is hard to say Thy will be done but He Who gave His only son to be crucified will not ask of us more than we can give What greater comfort can there be than to know she Is safe in the arms of Jesus Wo had a little treasure once She was our joy and pride We loved her ah perhaps too well For soon sho slept and died All is dark within our homes Lonely are our hearts Forth one we loved so dearly Has forever passed awayAUNT ERMA Suffering and Dollars Saved Eo S Loper of Marllla N Y says I am carpenter and have had man severe cuts healed by Bncklens Ami ca Salvo It has saved me sufTerin and dollars It is by far the best hen ing salve I have ever found Heal burns sores ulcers fever sores cole ma and piles 25c at Pennys Drug- Store Fein Moren manager of Dauri Cooperage Company shot off John Flynns arm below the elbow in a dint culty in Wayne county Rolen Hubbard a prosperous farmer of Wayne county is dead of pneumonia Wayne F Cutsinger aged prominent farmer shot and killed himself in a room of his residence near Mt Washington Notice To Claimants Persons having claims agnluit the estat of James K Lynn will present them to UI properly proven not Inter than March for payment J O und J U Lynn ndmrs J1 LynnStomach Muscles in Old Ag People should be more and more careful as age advances to see that the bowels move regularly In the can keep good health ant prolong life The bowels are not as ae middlelife and old as the are In youth and with the majority ther Is a tendency to constipation of a ohms and obstinate nature To ward off the possibility of eerlo diseases use Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep compoumItpie because It Is prompt but gentle In aoUo and does Iu work without griping or wekenln as Is the case with salts purraUre waters an4 bJchildrencause they are too violent In action and general gripe Furthermore the result are temporal as reaction sets to and the bowels are bound more than ever t A remedy like Dr Cal weUs Syrup Pepsin II very gentle In action and yet thoroughly efle lire and u It contains tonlo properties ctrent thens the srstcm Instead ot weakening It The results are permanent because gradual an can in a short time do away with the of all laxatives It will cure the most chronl constipation dyspepsia liver trouble blllou ness flatulency sour stomach weak stomacl bloating drowslJlflSS after eatlRIr and such othet stomach liver and bowel troubles easelthoIlL can be cited lie suffered from a iransho patialsince to use a laxative lie nays be never fours anything so effective or which worked so tea TrItcents or II a bottle at any druggist pryIngsddmtlng the company This over U to pmt that the remedy do u we claim and Ii only to these hive rawer taken It Send for It If hire try symptoms of stomach Ihrtr or dues Oenfleit yet mot etrectlvt laxative for cnlldrtii women and old THEPUBUOProclllCtbeatSPEPSIN SYRUP 6O 119Oaldwcll Bldn Montloelte til ContralKontuck- yReal Estate Exchange TITLE CO No I oflncros on the Wayneaburg pike near HlKhlnnd 6rooin house bnrn and oth er outbulldlngsj nice orchard Thlsjiropor ty near and IIcboolbouso Is well worth tho price Or11150thar- dontho No t11IO acres has n twostory louse good burn orchard and Is well watered About 100 acres of this land Is bottom and and produces fine crops A bargain at HJtxt cash balance In one and two years No 8Ile acres on Duck Creek near Way ncaburg room house barn cud other out mlldlnas plenty of water Cash price 11 00No4laiacrec near Level Oreen nook astle county Ky This farm has a new y tory frame house would cost to build now 2au good barn crib dc located near hurch and school This Is n nice home and CRn bo bought forlO per acre K cash roo nalnder In 12 months No 61i3 acres adjoining the above farms 00 ncros In cultivation Dwelling of rooms good burn and other outbuildings nlco or hard One ot the best springs In h8 county Irlcu 1U half cash balance and S erasNo655tl acres adjoining farms Nos and 1W acres In cultivation balance In Umber Good white oak hickory and some ants tHlnr Hits 2 story log hu e and good orch ird well watered inch price y3eo No 7 KOttcres near Mnretsburg Ky160 icresln cultivation good dwelling house burn and necessary outbuildings line water ind school church and K It station Irlco JX Jyt cash balance In one and two years NoUC3acros on Drakes from Crab Orchard Tbll terra adjoins the pike and Is apart of the Geo Evans farm his Is fine land and In good condition nil ecessary buildings This Is n bargain at per acre No l0TI acres near Stanford Ky In Lieu shape with all necessary bulldlngsotc can be bought worth theinonoy nearlyIInd meadow dwelling houaeinnw inrn and other buildings on county road n niles front Ilereii Vollege Cash price ft mNor full particulars In regard to all the borofarmseeor write L It UUlhu or James I White Stanford Ky M J MCROBERTS CASH Sale Begun Saturday Feb 8th and Continues Three Weeks We do this to make room for Spring Goods to turn our large stock 7 into CASH and to offer you a real genuine opportunity to purchase 1 goods at MUCH LESS THAN THEIR Remember during this sale NOT ONE ITEM WILL BE CHARGED Mens Clothing Boys Shoes Hosiery 62500 Suits nt 818JO 8350 Patent at 8250 8300 Silk limo nt 2nO 2000 1100 350 Gun Metal 250 o50 17i 1750 1300 300 322li 200 160 1500 1100 250 185 100II 76 1250 000 200 165 50 Lisle How ut UG 10 0II 700 1GOI 125 25 Cotton lIotlO nt Mens Overcoats Girls Shoes 16 10II 10 f 2000 Overcoat at 81400 8200 Shoes at lCO 11 Boys Gibraltar a O 1750II 1250 175 II 1 10II Miesee J l 1500et 1000 10II 10IG Bois Bear Skin rf1250 850 125 II II 1000 700 1 00II 71tC II 10i i Odd Pants 81iII 05 8000 Pants at 8460 lJjII 60 Ladies Shoes 500 II 350 Mens Heavy Shoes jjj Ultra nt 12Q 2276 l ItUrockllOrt at400 ai nn 8226Shoes at rn2 Shoos lit 176 350 260l O 185 200 200 1 iII300 I 00II 106 176 1nOII250II 1 OII200II ShoesHats150 II 100Rubber 81 T 125 Knee Pants 100 8400 Rubber Hoots nt 833 150II flDO 100It 75 3 OIt 300 MO III50II 35 300 Buckle Shoes at 225 300 Stiff lints at 200 Mens Shirts 250 Buckle Archly at 185 300 Soft Hats at ryt110 2 0II lCO d7It2608250 Wool Shirt at SI50 200II 125 15II 140 200II 150 a 150II 100 90 Rubber Shoes at TO IMII 100 100II 0II 55 100II 76I150 Dress Sh rt100JO II 40Trunks100II 75 Mens Fine Shoes eiooo Trunks nt f760 50II 35 500 Walkover at 8100 UliOII LOO 60 Work Shirt 40 100 325 000II Mens Furnishings 360II 285 860II ooo 8300 Silk Muffler at 8175 500 MmiM 375 600II 375 250It 150 100II 300 150 3UO- 200 125 350 275y00 I 800 150II 100 Heavy Shoes Suit Casest100 05 81000 Leather at 8750 100 Silk Hkfs 76 II 000 50II 40 iJOioo II 401 25 20 o rn ii i nn Ladiea Caves nt 276- lOd Silk Suspenders 50 ntHonest 5611 50 Suspcudcra 40 5oo 25II 26 8500 Boots 8375 600II f00- 15 Linen Collar 10 450 350 Rubber Clothing 10 08 100 326 8800 Fish Slicker at 1125 100 Overalls 80I 60 Mike 51I210 250 Shield Slicker at 200 50 40Mens Underwear soo Hover Com nt 400 30II childs 8150 Garment sioo GlovesRain Coats 82500 Coatat 81850 100 3tO 8200 Gloves ut 81CO t 1151liOII15 00tl II 15 751760I 1300 100II 1500II 1100 Umbrellas 50 10- 2li 20 1000 750 8750 Silk at Boys Suits 500 i50 HandkerchlefsSocks 81000 Suits at SnCiO 400 276 25oLiucn Ilnmlkcrcliicti nt 16c 750 5liO 300 Gloria 200 15o 10o 650 475 250 175 10eII 7o 600 875 200t 160 6c lo 400 300 150 115 60o Socks at 35c 350 250 125 90 25c 20c 300 225 100t 75 15o lOc 254 175 50 35 10eII 7o In addition to the nbovc there are ninny little things we cannot mention Como nnd wo what we can do for vou See if we do not do in this sale ns wo do every slay in lifejust what we promise Our doors open at 7 A M nmi t close at 6 P M Again remember this is n CASH SALE ile Je McROBERTS Stanford Land Posted I Notice ii herebygl totha pailic that our Innd la CrfspUSttI Iodllve shed to the full extentof the how IT nitILANUJSIII lllg flanIKy Home In Middleburg For Sale I wish to sell privately ahouse and lot In Mlddleuurg Casey known ai the Isaac Cownn property The house U II oneS story frame n condition necessary outhousesand tiro lot contains about an acre Two wells on the place Hplendld school In town and the iovernl denoinlnn trans hiive creditable churches For further IXlrtlculRrll write to me 1llul1ittllTurnersvllle Ky oargo tor examination orsctontlflcal i i Ing eyes uptodate methods Ire acrlphionglassea ground to order set In any style frame or skeleton mountings work and material guaranteed satisfactory charges moderate Permanently located Central Telephone ustonvllle- Ky L 0IUWItLG- raduated Optometryst Weak Women To weak and ailing women there U at lead one way to help But with that war two treatments must bo combined One Is local one Is constitu tional but both an Important both essential Dr Bhoops Night Cure H the local Dr Shoops Restorative the Constitutional The form rDr Shoops Night Curelj a raucous membrane suppository remedy while Dr Bhoops Restorative is whollg an Internal treat must The HestonUve reaches throughout the enUre system seeking the repair of all nets all all blood ailments The Night ten M Its name Implies does Its work while you sleep It soothes tore and Inflam ed mucous surfaces heals local weakness and discharges while the Restorative eases nervous excitement gives renewed vigor and builds up wasted tissues bringing about renewed tnrgy Take Dr Shoo- pItaetoradveTsblats s orLIQuldsec general tonla to the system for positive local help use as well Dr Shoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE t rpIv IJILf Clearance SALE l nol Wider Botlle 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 J75 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky DOITNOWi Get Aldridge to put you on a tin roof thatri will keep you dry and catch good clean water in a galvanized gutter Pipe it to the cis tern put on a cast iron cistern top that will last a life time and a galvanized bucket pump to purify and pump the water SeH ALDRIDGE Stanford KentuckyJt 1 Caught With The Goods Wo arc rend for early sowing Pearl Buttons 2Jc to 25c loz Cottons 7c Oc and lOc Long Cloths 12c 15o and 20c Nainsooks 1C and 20c Linen Lawns 25c 3Rc CUc to 81 Linen Suitings 25c to 75c Ljneno Suiting all colors 15o Linen Sheeting 75c 89o and 81 Pcarlino Lawns 85c and Ific Mercerized 1cnian Lawns 35c 10c and 60c STANFORD KY Pin5191 WE arc ready to figure with you on Spring Wo recommend ShorwtnWllliama as tho bestlllld cheapest Pennys Drug Storo JOE LYNN COFKEY went up to Lon don Sunday C W METCALF of Plncville 9 Dins Friday Miss MARY VANOY Is with Mrs CAr- rie Shelton at Corbin t Mn JoE S RICE was In loulsvllle Saturday and Sunday MRS J 1J PAXTON has been III for a week but Is some better MRS JAMES C HAYS of tho Ea- end continues qulto sick Mn E P OWSLEY Is from Colum bus Ga for a brief vlliL to his father t Miss ALLEEN DOURN of Lancaster is with her sister Mrs W K Warner MRS J It MOUNT of Rocky Mount N C who has been ill is reported bet ter MRS M C SAUKLEY is with her daughter Mrs Sanford M Logan nt WUmore SENATOR R L JIu OLE camo home I from Frankfort Saturday to spend a few days ftj MR E T DEAZLEY and family havi l moved to tho Huffman property on East Main i MRS W S WARREN who has beer ill for some time is no better wo an sorry to say j MR AND MRS 0 D MURPHY and with their parsons of Lexington are cnU at Rcwland I DR T M LEWIS spent several day with his daughter Miss Georgia Lewis at Crab Orchard MR CHARLES H NORTH orders hit paper changed from Birmingham to Jacksonville Fla- W M DUNCAN leaves todAY foi Scottsville to accept a position with the Adams Express Co MR S PORTER STACO of Fayette attended the burial of his brotherin law Mr T J Foster SQUIRE JAMES DUDD RAn of Stan i ford was in the city this week on bus ness Somerset Times Ma P B SANDERSON of Shrove port La was hero Saturday and Sun day to see a lady friend Miss PEACIIIE BAUGHMAN of Sayrc Institute Lcxingtonspcnt several days with tho homefolks hero JAMES W WILLIAMS left Saturday to spend a few days with friends at Cus tlewood Va his old home DR A K CALDWELL who was her from Waynosburg tells us that ho has a fine now boy at his home Miss MARY BRUCE is assisting In the county clerks office during Mr G DI Coopers sojourn at Hot Springs CAIIELL D WOODS writes us that he has secured a position in Cincinnati and r will remain there He spent a week or no in Chicago MRS WILL SCOTT of Danville who camo up to see her sick mother Mrs R P Stephens returned to Danville tho last of the week A LITTLE son has arrived at thehomo of Mr and Mrs R Robinson at Somer set The father Is a brother of San Robinson of this city MRS J S CORDIER and son of Leb anon Junction returned homo after a c two weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs B P Martin MRS J W IRELAND is with her par ants in Danvlllo while her husband Is attending the sessions of the National Educational Association in Washington City OW8LEY NEWLAND como over from Georgetown Sunday to see his father Mr Otis P Nowland who is still confined to Mrs Pattie Rrowns retreat for the sick JUDGE 1111 TYE of WIlliAmsburg is hero attending court Judge Tyo will assist in the prosecution of Harve Watts for killing Hal VanDoveer at Kingsvillo l Miss SALLIE A EUDANKS has receiv ed her certificate having honorably completed tho study in Obstretrical Gynecological and Surgical Nursing from The Chautauqua School of Nurs ing at Jamestown Now York MR AND MRS J H BAUGHMAN and Mr and Mrs C E Tnte who have been attending the Farmers Institute returned homo at Stanford yesterday afternoon Mr and Mrs M B Eu banks and Miss Mattie Lee Hubble of Lincoln county are tho guests of Sen ator R L Hubble Frankfort Journal Miss SUSIB THOMPSON of Mt Vernon is with her sister Mrs L K Hughes MR C L DAWES left yesterday Cor Richmond Va to look after some business MRS GEORGE OSGOOD of Toledo 0 is visiting her aunt Mrs B P Martin at Rowland MESSRS TALTON EMIIRY of Cincln natl Wallace Embry of Louisville attended tho burial of their relative Mr T J Foster Mn F P COMIIEST of Casey went up to Corbin yesterday to attend meeting of the republican chairman oC tho 11th district Mn C A HARDIN Commonwealth Attorney arrived yesterday aftcrnoor to look after tho States interest in thlI court which began yesterday LOCALS CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop FIVE THOUSAND rods American Field Wire Fence in stock W L Perkins Crab Orchard Ky LADIES Our Spring lino of Oxford in Tans Iatents and Vici kids havo arrived Call and see them Cummins Wearen THE farm of the late A M FelandI containing 470 acres was sold yester day to Messrs J T Hackloy and T B Hammonds at 6030 FOR RRNT The old Myers House barn Just repaired and will further repair or remodel to suit tho renterI Mark Hardin Stanford LAST Call All accounts not paid byI March 1 will bo placed In an attorneys hands with instructions to bring suit if necessary Our business must be set tlep Cummins McClary I HAVE just received a line of buggy harness which is unexcelled in either price or quality Come in and let us harness you Goo D Hopper TUB laundry caught fire again Satur day but tho blazo was extinguished be lore much damage was done Manager J E Buck informs us that the fire will cause a delay of only a few days and that by tho end of tho week the laun dry will be turning out work as usual I WILL move my butcher shop this week to tho Straub building corner of Main and Somerset streets where I will be better prepared than ever to servo tho public with the best meats the mar ket affords Phone me your order and the goods will bo delivered at your door R B Wilkinson TUB lecture of Rev T W Barker at the Methodist church Thursday nigh was well patronized and from tho laugher provoked it must have been enjoy el The subject The Dear School ia hardly a fitting one and we suggcs that Rev Barker change it to My Per sonal Experiences or Where I haw been and What I Have Seen BOWMAN Friends hero they ar many learned with sincere regret oC Mrs Mary Bowmans death in Dan villo Friday About two weeks ago sho was taken with grip and she continued to grow worso until tho end peacefully came Deceased was n daughter of tho lato Horace S Withers and sho lived hero until her removal ti Danvlllo some 12 or 14 years ago She is survived by two children Mrs C P Cecil of Danville and Mr Horace W cowman of Lexington and two sisters Mrs J W McAlister of Los Angeles California and Mrs Forestus Reid of Danvillo She was a splendid woman and a devout member of the Christian church The burial occurred in Dan villo Sunday afternoon after services by Rev H C Garrison TUB largest and liveliest crowd that has gathered at tho rink in a long time was that of Friday evening A mas lucrade was the drawing card and both caters and spectators were numerous Some 25 or 30 of tho young people risked and by popular vote it was decided that James T Mcnefec who rep euentcd a Brownie and Miss Berta Jean Penny a Chinese girl Were entitled to the prizes While the decis- Ions were received from the vote they got were of the that Miss Anna Chancellor and Marshall tone who represented a Western pair have been awarded the cash rizes Carl Carter who represented a Negro girl and Wesley Embry a Negro tramp also got a ig vote The rink will bo open again next Friday night 28th Youll 83 Sorry If you dont buy your materiel now for your white sewing These are fine days for sewing and a good time to get the white sewing oil your mind When the pretty warm days come you wont want to stay in the Jiousc but willwant to be out enjoying the sunshine and working among your flowers Dont let your work accumulate on you hut get busy now and bo ready for more suitable and more congenial work when tho pretty days come SEVERANCE SON STANFORD 1PBRSONALS JUST received a carload of WhiteI and mixed seed oats J S Murphy McKinney NICE lot of locust posts for sale at Jumbo Ky D C Sipple Stan Cord R F D No3 PURE strain S C Cockerels for salt Also white leghorn eggs at 75c per set ting Miss Lizzie Davison MULES FOR SALEA few pairs of nice threeyearold mules for sale H M Hcrndon Shelby City Ky PERCY STEWAUT colored was fined 25 for breach of tho peace in Judg W A Tribbles court yesterday morn IngIA MEETING of the Stanford LAundry Co stockholders Is called for 3 oclock this afternoon The meetin will bo held at the laundrys office TilE Springfield insurance Co represented by Judge W A Tribble has settled in full with Mr Embry T Beazlcy whose homo and a portion oC of its contents was destroyed by fire last week The draft was for 1250 NOTICE Having removed on Lancaster street opposite the courthouse solicit your trade in all kinds oCI repairing of watches clocks jewelryI red graphophoncs Also such thingsI sold on small commission Ilobt Fen zel Stanford Ky A LOT of drunken rowdies behaved very badly on Somerset street and pike Saturday night Besides yelling like Comanche Indians they fired off their istols several times Chief of Polio CArter and the grand jury should and doubtless will look into the matterI BODY OF STRANN DUNDA bodyI vas taken from Dix river near Gum iulphur Papers Indicate the name of tho drowned man to have been Den lldcndick a member of Cigar Makers Union of America Lodge No 2CC Memphis Tcnn with original mom crship in Lodge No 177 Council Huffs AT a meeting of the Lincoln County Fiscal Court held February 5 190S the ollowing order was entered to wit It Is ordered by this Court that all County toads in Lincoln county be worked between the first day of May and tho first lay of July in each year And is further ordered that the claims for such work bo filed with the Clerk of the Lincoln County Court on or before July 1 in each year Geo B Cooper Clerk by E D Pennington D C WE desire to our and icartfclt thanks to the kind relative and friends for the sympathy shown us In our sad bereavement and the friendly visits during the illness of our dearly beloved wifo and mother Especial do we wish to thank our physicians Cor their efficient and attentive watchcare Toys J Q Montgomery and B J Pinkerton for their words of condolence W G Dunlap and pallbearers for their kindnesses and their most excellent manner of conducting tho funeral services organist quartette and other singer for their beautiful and touching song services and the many friends for their tokens of sympathy in floral offerings which include expressions from tho C W B M and Masonic Order T L Carpenter and family Tim following was handed Mr WH Vearen when ho left his position in the First National Bank to enter the mercantile business It came unsolicited at course and was a pleasant surprise to aim Stanford Ky Feb 108 Mr W IL Wearen Dear SrAs this day closes your eight years service for the First National Bank we desire to express to you our regret at tho loss of your services We desire also to express our entire satisfaction with the impotent manner in which you have discharged the duties of tho various of fices you have filled and especially your nf tilling courtesy toward the customers of this bank Ability promptness dispatch and at all times a watchful eye for the interests and welfare of this Institution have been tho characteristics of your work with us and we assure yoU that it has not passed unnoticed or unappreciated by us We de slro herewith to express our respect for you as a gentleman and for your bus ncsS ability and hope that your success In your now business may be commensurate with our well wishes T P- illII C E Tate J F CummlnsrS H nughman S T man J M Pettus M D Elmore J Hocker ONLY a perfunctory vote was taken in tho Senatorial race at FrAnkfort yesterday Very few of the legislators were on hand TilE directors of the Lincoln County Fair Association are requested to meet at the court house Friday afternoon at 3 oclock J F Cummins Secretary GEO D HOPPER the popular and progressive young grocer is presenting his customers with his picture astride a canel It is an advertisement of a splendid grade of coffee known as Kai avan Try a pound and dont forget to ask for one of Mr Hoppers photos THEIVES broke into Dr A K Cald wells drug storo at Waynesburg a Cew nights ago and stole a good many things Blood hounds from Hustonvill were brought to the scene and they trailed to the house of a man named Singleton Owing to Mr Singletons standing in his community his house was not searched OUR faithful and efficient correspondent Miss Elizabeth Meade Crcighton writes her farewell letter from Kinks rifle this issue To the sincere regret oC the Kingsvillo people and many readers of her newsy column in this paper ihe and her mother will reside at Bur gin where they have bought a home Ye are glad to stAte that Miss Creigh ton will send an occasional letter to- this paper from her new home We ommend Miss Creighton and her mother to the good people of Burgm and Mercer county THE February term of Circuit Court which lasts two weeks began yesterday with Hon W C Bell presiding The following compose the grand jury C Eubanks J D Burton W W lays H F Newland Wm King S D Eads P E Parish R E Gaines oshua Jones F F Cummins R H Crow and David Burton Mr R H Crow was appointed foreman Judge tolls charge was excellent showing a amiliarity not only with the law of the lAnd but also with its present and past history and the cpnditions now causing much trouble in the country Following is the petit jury C W ovell Gus Gelzel J111 Reynolds M Stone Samuel Bastin John Beck A C Sine S J Bell S T Harris Mack Enbanks Joshua Wilson James Depp John Engleman J M Bell M F Lawrence Frank Lykins J W Soode S M Helm J G Baugh J A lice W T Holdam J M Carter Jr G D Robinson W A Coffey CHURCH MATTERS It took 25 years to build up a church oC six members in China but since 1900 hero have been 50000 natives converted to Christianity u Victor F Bradley who has four times assisted in the prosecution of Caleb Powers is dead at Georgetown Near Cambridge qa city car telescoped an interurban car A woman was killed and 15 other persons injured five it is thought fatally Andrew Carnegie will give 60000 Cor the construction of library buildings at the two State normal schools if the Legislature will make appropriations In accordance with his requirements- A wagonload of men and girls was run down by a train at a crossing ii West Nyack N Y Four of the party were killed outright two died a fey minutes later and three others are ii a serious condition Sam Murchinson a Negro crazed bj drink shot two other Negroes and thet tilled Chief of Police Benton at Fay attevillo N C The Negro was captured after being shot by Bentons 16 carold son and tho militia was ordered out to protect him from a mob While administering the sacrament at early mass in a Denver church Father Leo Heinrichs was shot through the heart and instantly killed by Giuseppe juarnaccio an Italian anarchist who lad knelt at the altar and received the consecrated wafer so he could assossi mto the priest IIIIealthCoITeQtis really the closest JolTeo Imitation over yet produced This the finest Coffee Substitute ever made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of memo Wis Not a ratn of real Coffee is in it either lealth Coffee Is made from pure toasted cereals with malt nuts etc leally it would fool an expertwho night drink It for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made in a minute says the doctor Pennys Drng Store Note These Reductions All Calicoes from 7c to Gic Apron Ginghams best lOc to 7c Apro n Ginghams Sac to Gac Best 1 Sheetings 30c 25c Host J dv i ir ee ingH 30c to 25c 10inch Scaleland Cotton lOc Zephyr Dress Ginhams l2Jc to lUc Zephyr Dress Ginghams 15c to 12Jc Syecial values in pure Linen Laces at lOc Special values in Hamburg at 5c and 7c South East Corner Main and i Depot Streets I ReadyMade Underwear rasa We have just received a full line of ready made Underwear and are now ready to show you Corset Covers from 25c to 125 Skirts 150 Gowns 75c to Pants 25c 50c and We can save you both time and money Give us a trial TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY The Dead Lock Is Broker If they can not Elect a Senator at Frankfort I can Cut the Prices in Hustonville In Merchandise My Clearance Sale will begin Feb 1 This means a great sacrifice and t slaughter of values Calicoes 5c Spool Cotton 5c Clothing 13 per cent ofl Ladies Cloaks halt off We can not carry these over if prices will unload ShoesLadies and Childrens from 50c to 150the 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 SSrPositively no goods charged at these prices CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter I FLORIDA AND KNEW ORLEANS WITHOUT IICHANGE 1 p 11 VIA I QUEEN a CRESCENT ROUTE Sale November 1st 1907 Winter Tourist TicketsOn Returning play 31st 1908 For Ufornulloa ud hit of hotel tJJrcu U C KING C P 8 T A 111 Min Sc lul eton Ky Go To Hoppers For Wagon Breeching He Has The Goods Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky If You Want the Purest and Best Drugs get Them from NNKtSTANFORD DRUG CO I I t1eChatlce Of Your Life Time ll tl 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 offering in our 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 and is not the picked over laidinthecorner kind but is the best there is to be had We are now offering this lot in order to reduce our stock at less than 13 of Regular Price on 25 to 50c For our regular 25 and 50c 75c and up We are offering papers that 15 20 25c Papersa- rethat sold for n atC Papers we are now asking the rediclOc sold from 75c and over for 15 to 25cand 25c cents we ulously low price of 4h E cKS ANS9 MAIN STREET IIan iIIeThe Interior Journal Enkrrdin the Pint Off at Stanford at ueonddcui matter yOBUBIIBD TOESUAXB AND IRIIJAV AT 100 peR yeAR CASH Jtt3frWhen not ao paid MOO will be charged L tN TIME TABLE No 21 Mouth 11S1 r x No St Mouthll a0 P x No North13 NoaNortbJls r x JOSS RICE Agent Lumber For Sale All kinds of Hough Lumber for sale Dills tilled on short Grist mitt In connec tlon Mill on Green river Jumbo rondH miles East of McKinney Terrt Newell McKinney Ky Rhode Island Reds I have 78 Single Comb Rhode Island Red i pullets lion tor sale at ench Must be deposed of to make room for breeding pone Irs L R000K Stanford Ky k yrJesse W Sweeney FBOrBIBTOU Livory Food and Salo Stable t Lancaster Ky j B O CARTER Now Liver aI Depot Street Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY AS PRICEBurgeon Dentist I t STANFORD KENTUCKY i Office over McRoberts Drug Store the Owsley Building 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Rates be fore Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre i r sented i trJesse D Wearen The Insurance Man 7Phone 36 STANFORD KY t JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Aleo Dealers in Fur nitureMattingBRugs They will exchange Furniture for tallKinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right i lSTNFOIaD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY I r Offce Phone 17 HonuJ Phone 85 J ft t 0Ot FARMERS DEPARTMENT Four hundred acres of farming land near Milleraburg sold at 86 FOR SALE300 or 400 bales of good timothy hay for sale L C Dunn Mt SalemJBrown Hal 212 pacing and sire of Star Pointer 159J Is dead at Ewell farm near Nashville- S J Bell sold to Dan Traylor a milk caw for 50 Mr Bell has several more good milkers for sale FOR SALEean extra good pair of fouryearold 16hand mare mules J W Powell Hustonvllle A card denouncing Judge B F Hills stand on the tobacco question has been published by 70 citizens of Henry coun tyCapt William Wider sold at Lexing ton the tobacco raised by his tenant near Spring Station over 22 000 pounds at nearly 15 cents FOR SALEA first class mule jack nine years old with a splendid repu tation and a good pedigree Address Joe B Williams R F D No1 Hustonville Ky Jacob White and D Clark sold their tobacco crop to Mr Beazley of Paint Lick at 13c all around Mr White has bought his mothers old home place which is said to be very fine tobacco landFearing a clash the Equity and anti Equity massmeetings which were to have been held at New Castle Saturday were very sensibly called off by joint agreements of the leaders of both fac tions 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 The State Farmers Institute has elected officers for the coming year as follows President H M Froman Carroll county vice president Edward MnShy Bourbon county treasurer Hubert Vreeland Franklin county James W Parrish the largest tobacco grower in Central Kentucky and one of the wealthiest citizens of Wood ford county who was sued by the Bur ley Society for damages for the sale of an alleged pooled crop has advertised his OOQacre farm and his handsome res- Idence for sale The house cost over 30000 and has never been occupied Neglected Colds Threaten Life From the Chicago Tribune Dont trine 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 ordinary light cold will become sqvero If neglected and a well established ripe cold is to the germs of diphtheria what honey is to the bee The greatest menace to child life at this season of the year Is a neglected cold Whether It Is a child or adult the cold slight or severe the very best treatment that can be adopted to give Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is safe and sure The great popu larity and Immense sale of this prepa ration has been attained bYI Its ro markablu cures of this ailment A cold never results in pneumonia when It is given For sale by all druggists The Postofllce Department is agxious to completely revise the present form of addressing a letter Postal authorities state that if those sending mail would write the name of the State first county second town third street fourth and name of addressee last the mail handlers could do their work alt most twice as fast countr1Stopdeeply seated To check early colds with those little Candy Cold Cure Tablets is surely sensible and safe Preventics contain no Quinine no laxative nothing harsh or sickening Pneumonia would never appear if ear ly colds were promptly broKen Also good for feverish children Largo box 48 tablets 25 cents Vest pocket boxes 5 cents Sold by Pennys Drug Store RIPE strawberries at only Q5c a quart are on sale in Louisville r 4 tC P Chronlo Constipation Cured One who suffers from chronic con stipation Is in danger of many seri ous ailments Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation as It aids digestion and stimulates i the tho liver and bowels restoring the natural action of thoe organs C Com mence taking It today and you will feel better at once Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store A special from Louisa says that Thomas Hatficld of Pike county who was caught by feud enemies in the mountains along TrI g river in West Virginia two weeks ago bound to a tree and left to die of exposure died at a hospital there having been found and brought to Louisa from West Vir ginia Hatfield was a member of the Hatfield clan in the famous Hatfield McCoy feud Stop that tickling Coughs Dr jShoops Cough Cure wilt surely stop lit with perfect safety It Is so thoroughly harmless that Dr Shoop tells mothers to uso nothing else even with very young babies The whole some green loaves and stems of a lung healingmountalnous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms tho cough and heals the sensitive bronchial mem branes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or suppress Demand Dr Shoops Take no other Pennys Drug Store Sweet May has dances Fair June has pretty ways But dear old February Has five pay days For Rheumatic Sufferers The quickrelief from pain afforded by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm makes It a favorite with sufferers from rheumatism sciatica lame back lum bago and deep seated and muscular pains For salei by all druggists W T Smith and J W Harper charged with embezzling 3J000 from the First National Bank of Hatties burg Miss were sentenced to serve six years in the Federal prison at At lanta Foleys Honey and Tar cures tho most obstinate coughs and expels tho cold from the system us It Is mildly laxative It is guaranteed The genuine is in tho yellow package Pennys Drug Store FARM FOR SALE 191 acres near KlngtvllltN Ky ono mile from rnllroml utiit Ion About ncreicleir id Nilnnco goal tobacco land when oleum Rood faro house and stock burn frome unit for tobacco barn nil ready to put up rittnta water young orchard fine growth of olln timber Mutt be 101 J J JOIINMON- Klugsvllle Ky 1CLREWARD I Ior tbe arrest nnd conviction of nny person trrspnulnj upon my nrni tiny or night or dolnii Injury to tock In traveling the pUb lie Injury to stock from thehlghWIlror OIh This reward ruler to specdalJU t nrtwnter GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE r Take no one word for It but corns and sec All goods sold lit rrdull1 price Men and Ladles Underwear nnd lluhlwrs Jlunsi and lloysHults at Clout will be very grate ful foryour patronage U JHMITH GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade olotblng when there so little difference In the price of rviuly made suits and n suit made to your measure taken by an oxporlencvd tailor I have a handsome lino of HIrlng tummergoatsI MO make from it low price business suit to ma nnestdrcss suit Also OvurconU Trout trs and Fancy Vests The company I represent Is second to none HO UUlLKVTIiuTnllor Hlanford Ky McKINNEY MARBLE ft GRANITE WORKS Jacobs do Harris Prors IXnlers In nnd manufacturers nf Omnlte and Marble Monuments KlrstUlnss Work Int Itituomtlilo Price Odlco and Works McKSnney Ky Hhop closed on Mat- unlayINSURANCE lire Lightning WlndHtorra Life and looldvnt but the HTUONOKBT and 3BHT Companies Represented Lowest Pos Able lUtes Lou frying Iteo lid Unequalled Talk with VIAHONY Stanford Kentucky Hesldenoa Phono No St Mail Us a Check for What is Due this IOffic u This Ono German Coach Stallion 4 years old 10i hands high wolchs about 1000 pounds for sale lIe was foaled in Oldcnburjr Germany Is a tine In and has treat style and action Will sell him at a very reasonable figure See him at H Ueazloys stablo in Stanford and write mo for fur ther particulars C IliNKHKAirr London Ky If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled t and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me I W Se MGRobeltf DRUGG1S1STAFFORD C ate a i Vi u We Want To Buy Life In sufance Policies Jt If you have a policy you wish to sell for the cash write us giving name of company and kind of 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 ed Reference Banks of Somerset T Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky rust received big line of these Cull mm see the merits in them over any thing else on the market JKO II FARRIS irst Rational tank Stanford JCy Oryanztt ISS2 Capital iStoob Iso 000 Surplus and 1ndiuMid Profill 119 OOOl t far paid in IDividoncs sinco Organization 32J 500 Snvilo 9otv Accounts on Our Tarifs OFFICERS DIRECTORS DauShmanIS T Harris Vlce President s II Baoghman J F Cummins John J McRoberts CashierS T Harris James Robinson T P llll J S Hocker II C BauRhman Assl Cashr c E Tate the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3000000 SH SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER pIREOTOFtSl J IS Owsloy Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W 0 Walk er Stanford J JJ Paxton Stanford W H Traylor I Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster Wf t H Cummins Prcachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek t L1t t