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I I THE INTERIOP JOURNALSI IOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28 1908 NO 103 MATRIMONIAL Dr Carl Norflect and Miss Lena Glrdlcr woro married at Somerset Wcx ncsday Benjamin Boling of Porkavillo and Miss Molllo Pittman of Junction City wero married Wednesday Eld Joseph Ballou of this place performed the ceremony During tho trial of 61seLflllo Baker of Bcrca In tho County Court at Richmond on a charge of lunacy she Bud denly drew a pistol from her bosom and leveled it directly in the taco of Deputy I Sheriff Tatam tho officer who arrested her on tho abovo charge Tatam 1m mediately drew his pistol but Instant realizing that ho was facing a oral oman dropped his weapon to the floor and started to run for his life Tho woman was overpowered by other ot 40flcerll of the court who took tho weop on to find It not loaded Sho Was od Judged Insane and ordered to tno Lex ngton asylum Ono ounco of eggs will produce 39 000 silkworms Notice To Contractors Notice It hereby that I ni sup vlior of riHiili for Lincoln count Ky will untillooalock 4 c UUNDAY MAItCll i receive enled lildi for arnvulcoi tract on the varlou ictloni of turnpike Inaald Lincoln counly Kentucky All bidS for furnlitiliiK and Apreading itonu and gravelmust tcalixlnnil with me un or l o clock AM Monday MnrcuIllMat Minn lord Ky and no will bo received ntlr lUnl lime Uonirncls Will bo let to thelow e8 un411l bidden rind olln Ion will he n iulrtMl to give IKIIIII with un ly to bu al proud It in farina fiillhlul iwrforrunnr ulltmtll1 or nil nni itntnngrt lor fnlluro lo0lwrfornt tlirlrcon Irncu within tho t linn and under the con dlllon livrvlnnrier iiivnllonrtl- Htnnfonl and Danvlllo pike Hicllun I trot HUmfonl lo llnwklnt tune Haute cllon t fromilawkln llnuioh lo lloyla line 40 rob vel llrniipli ilkn Irom ntniifnnl nnd IanrntertoltukllrnuchaSralatuneIMnvlllenud 9J ruts IICln- etillllllonlllllli Knob Lick pike Hwllon from HnniilnKKorkcrreK lo IHtnvllle aril lIuolOIlYlllo rnvtl Lincoln nod lloyln s rotlixravil Hlanford and Mlllwlgnvllle Hwl No I 111lionOrnb Orchard situ CUnix ll lap who PlkOItrnllch Hoc wnYllrnnchtoUUadla xncailcr plkv G rods Hone Crab Urchnnl rind fe0castcr pike Hlt tlon I from U O lull W l YInl rode tmnl Knine eotlon t froth I lane Inrrnnl linn Si ruU grnve- lalanfordnndhnbrehnrdpike Hoctlo from HUnfonl to cnl si rode atone Homo ecllun f iron llnUKbmnni gate lo llywnleri nnl 30 rod Hams trcllon 8 trout section 8 to VrabOrclmnlXUrodi Hlnnford and pike Huetlot I tram Htanfonl and wnynua erg pike to J lynnilWroiU snivel Hntiii f from Lynn to IJonnoSi chop aJ rat gravel Hume section front lloonoiilioptoOUen helm lorodtgrnwl Htnnfonl nod river lkl Hecllon I gravel tram llowlnml lo llnyilcn 1ltcllllO rOl11 witch toTriijribri inno II rue ItUI- IHRIIIOtocllol1l1lrOln Trnylor lone toOnr Hretlo- iLlronttllanlunltoIICUIIr1mplko IR roil gravel Hnnie ocllon plka to Slnywood county rooiliSrtxIiitoiu hnmis OUOI13 from Jlny wooil row tn diirtorn torrno toils Hlono HcUul1rt front rimer atone 10 house rods atone of grovel Hi c 6 from IluleliUoni school house lo Hull lor9rtxl lone Hnini urclton fret Itutfi store to 110111 Will KJIIIH notlou L IrolllklllllllIo plku to tlvorge Onlnei roil urnvul Hnmti wctlouN frtiiiKtcordo lnliu rlo nm 1 610 grtvul Hance auction IIrolll U t C1I1ftIO 1yn71uwburg roil grovel vlllunl rinunnt Iolnt Heutlonl froth Htnnford anil tyoynaburg nlkv III county road lending to Casey So roil urnvul HnneelaectlonYtrout county runt III xlt uruvcl- McKtnnry nml Houtti Fork plkv hole fond IB roil grnvr- lihtouvllit rind l olTey Mill pike o tlon from lltmtonvlllu to Win luraOl roil itonx rtiiiiii nHtlon 2 frum Our ton to M au rode stone Hiutonvlllo nml HrndfoiiUvlllf pike itrnvulII reek plku whole roodl4lFlda univcl- DiinvlllH nml lluiionvlllt pike Hectlor froth lluntonvllli to Itlnck pike 10 lab eUell2 from lllnck tc linvelUorpnlturswholu roud Turncr vllliMiml NlcKlnney pike m roils whole raid MoKlnney and Tiirnerivlllu pike from Johll SlurIi tya to lIIcl lnllJtdllrIHtnuforl turd Ilulonrlllo plk0 HrcliOn Ntnhaint to Turnvnvlllo to nxli stone HiiiiHMotlon S from Turnorvllli tu II atonvllliJ rule grovel and W rod lunlurevlitand McCorinnck plkfl Hvc tlon from to Wnm Ilnlm lu rooll Itrllwl Median from Horn llulmi to O rods Krnvttl Htctlon from U HUhop1 to Knob Lick 0 raft grllHlnllluIIIIIII LiMiciuter pike Hectlon front Htnnford to Ixgnn rixli Hectlon 1 trout TIIIIIIIII Innu tci t KriiyplMoKlnm pike Hoc from Houth itntu IJI rlsli of Krnvl Hoc front toll unto to Kiilt ulucnariMli s of tonu Hco a from Kulr ce to Kiiletn z rOds tono Kvc rom Mt Hiilem to Ou ey lino ro roil lone llutonvlllo t McKlnnoy Vlkc whole runda rata A roil of spine or gravel shell voniUt ol SW cubic feet hand broken atone and grovel must Leon nlllrllill ul rullli VI 8eUoll by Kept IUK All gravel must bo iuniul Ixjforo Oct U to lx jiifiituriHl by tin kiuwrvlMir who inuy dIfulllo when and wltTO ullt cprciid All cruihoil atone mint liv Hproml not tutor then Jim I All crinhwl Htono to Ito loft nt crinlicr or Oil mM1I11I of plko in hiiK to lx measured by afttrwnrds to bo uprend coutrnctor whon nml whore dlreclud by toiiB furnUlicil inujt Ixi UIKn180rtAll lliiiB toni or qunrli nod Tirokvn Into plcm nail lorvviinl nut to- uzcutvt two dtutnotut TIll iirnvil niuit oleitn nnil flinty nnil thnt fit rnfehi on MoKlnnoy and ColTvy Mill pike and Turncnvlllo nod McKlmmy pike niiut lit linen River rulretAnyItkulur nuut soy wll atone broktm by liiind or oru Uwl The miixrvlsor ronorvo tho right to rojccl nny nml tilt llhink forms on which ciiu liu obtained hoet-holtountyClerk Coplen of bomU tuny tie i lit cilorkn oillco lrruhtfI0tnVlIip1TUp1ERAUHultorvlsor Turnpike lloudj for Lincoln Uounty I J The Essensc Of It Tho correspondence between Gov Beckham and Gov Bradley clearly lines up the former with tho tempo anco forces where ho has consistent stood for tho last two ycais and tho latter with tho liquor Interests notwit standing his party platform and his per aonal profession as an advocate of tl county unit bill Tho Democratic party as an organ zation is not committed to this hili Tho Republican party is unequivocal committed to it but nearly all tho Ro publicans in tho louse havo for two weeks permitted Bradley In playlt politics to deliver them in blocks or 40 against tho bill whilo nearly all the Democrats have voted to take it up Gov Willson between banquets Bnd junkets has laid low liko Brer Rabbi And tho officers of the Anti Salot League who permitted themselves to bo used lost fall In the election by tho Republicans permitted the Republ cans it has been charged and never do nied to pay for many costly telegrams sent out in their name just before tl- electionnow unwarrantedly put Beet ham in a most unfair light and Issue a statement saying At present we mako no charge against either side Tho Anti Saloon League worked side by side with the liquor interests last all for tho Republicans and seem to bo do- Ing the samo thing right now But 18 days remain of tho present legislative session There will bo no county unit legislation and probably no Senator elected unless enough of tho insurgent Democrats conclude to go over to Bradley And when it is ove the liquor Interests will tender a voti of thanks to tho AntiSaloon League Owensboro Messenger FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SACS300 or 400 bales of good timothy hay for sale L C Dunn Mt Salem DB Chatham of Harrodsburg Bold bushels of clover seed in Lexington at 350- SVANTED500 barrels good white corn delivered at onco at Junction City Ky Burke Baucom Powell Depp of tho West End sold to Isaac Shelby tho pair of mules advertised last issuo for 375 James McKechnle sold to R G Pet tus of Prcacheravillc tho noted stallion Morgan Denmark at a good price Beard Wilhlto went to Sprlngnel Monday where ho sold nino head of horses at prices ranging from 140 to 180 Advocate FOR SALEA first class mule jack nine years old with a splendid rcpu tatlon and a good pedigree Address Joe B Williams R F D No 1 Hustonvillo Ky FOR SALES5 high grade Jersey heifers bred to registered Jersey but and will find calves in February and March Will sell any number to suit tho purchaser C T Bohon Son Lebanon Ky Five farmers of Mason county hoot made known their intention of leaving Kentucky and making their homes In some Statd where they will be allowed to raise what crops they choose with out Interference A stray dog got into 11 M Hcrndoni sheep near Shelby City last Saturday and killed threo ewes before his pres enco was discovered Mr Herndon pursued the cur with a shot gun and killed ItAdvocateB- ond Bros sold 23 extra line mulct to Mann Beard of LbXington al 250 U R McDowell sold to Mr J E Kimball 37 nt 205 D II High bough sold to Mr Twyman or Hodgen ville four mules at 202Elizabeth town News Neighborhoodonto Mrs R D Charles of Harbor Maine speaking of Electric hitters says It la a neighborhood favorite hero with us It deserves to bo a fa vorito every whoro It gives quirk re lief in dyspepsia liver complaint kid ney durangemont malnutrition nor vousness weakness and general debt ity Its action on tho blood us a thorough purifier makes It especially useful as a Spring medlclno This grand alturatlvo tonic is sold under guarantee nt Pennys Drugstore 500 Negotiations between tho Southern railway nnd its employes in regard to tho reduction of vages haya been broken off the men having declined to ac cept the proposed cut President Fin ley has announced that ho will carry tho1 case to tho Interstate Commerce Cpmmisslon and to Commissioner of Labor Neill under tho Erdmann act Chamberlains Cough Remedy- A Favorite Wo 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 we take pleasure in recommend lug ItII For sale by all druggists NEWS NOTES Myrtlo Ogelsby aged 17 drowned herself in a well near Owensboro BEN T HEAD fornerly a Lcxlngto banker has purchased tho electric light plant at Jackson- J M Walker the aged father o Postmaster Thomas L Walker of Lex- jngtcn is dead at Paris Lieut Gen Stoessel who was condemned to death for tho surrender of Port Arthur has asked tho Czar for n full pardon Thomas Simpson aged 13 who wa given two years for murder in Marie county has arrived at the Frankfort penitentiary Dr Isaac R Trimble a Baltlmor surgeon died of blood poisoning Ho was infected while performing an operation on February 10 It has been definitely learned thatth o burning of Brandan Hurts tobacco barn at Kirksey Calloway county was tho work of 40 masked men James Harvey Travis said to be tho oldest Mason in Kentucky died in Grit tendon county Ho joined the lodge a t Princeton In 1839 Ho was the fathcr of 18 children- S Thornley ShelTer a deaf mute aged 32 years committed suicide by drowning during a temporary derange ment of the mind brought on by grip at Corydon this State Six prisoners escaped from Woodforc county jail by forcing tho bars oft window They had assistance fron outside Deputy Sheriff Iko Wingate pursued the men on horseback and captured four At Lamar Mo Lee Hart a coal hauler shot and killed Mrs Josephine Edwards his motherin law shot and seriously wounded the latters husband and then committed suicide by lying across tho track and letting the Su Louis San Francisco fast express run over his body Samuel Bass aged 10 years and John Hancock aged 12 were caught by Of ficer Gooch while attempting to rob the Somerset postoflicc Tho lads were taken nnd both confessed their inten Lions They are being held to await the action of tho Pulaski county grand jury which is now in session The par ents of the youths are well known and highly respected people Skin Disease of Twenty Years Standing Cured I want you to know how much Chamberlains Salvo has done for me It has cured my face of a skin disease of almost 20 years standing I have been treated by several as smart phy sicians as we have in this country and they did mo no good but two boxes of this salvo has cured me Mrs Fan nlo Orlflen Troy Ala Chamberlains Salvo is for sale by all druggists MM James Hargis was appointed administratrix of her husbands es tate by order of the Brcathitt County Court Tho sureties on Mrs Hargis bond were her son Beech who was temporarily released from jail for that purpose and Dr W P Hogg who married the only daughter of Judgo Hargia about a month ago This ac Lion on the part of the County Judge was expected and there was no object ions A weak Stomach means weak Stom ach nerves always And this Is also triio of tho Heart and Kidneys Its a pity that sick ones continuo to drug the Stomach or stimulate the Heart and Kidneys The weal nerves not tho organs themselves need this help This explains why Dr Shoops Res torative has and is promptly helping so many sick ones It goes direct to tho cause of these diseases Test vlthl truth and see Pennys Drug StoreSuffering from a decayed bono in tho arm causing a long siego of rheumatism Verne Wolf aged 14 of Oaktown Ind underwent an operation Tile bone was Removed from his arm and a bone from a large St Bernard dog was iubstitutedKeeping Open House Kverybody Is welcome when we feel rood and wo feel that way only when our digestive organs arc working properly Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills regulate tho action of stomach liver and bowels so perfectly ono cant help feeling good when he uses these pills at Pennys Drug Store The District Board of Control of tho Burley Tobacco Society was in session at Winchester to hear reports from ounty chairmen as to tho progress of tho movement It was given out that nearly 100000 acres had been pledged What To Do When Bilious The right thing to do when you feet Inoue Is to tako a dose of Chamber Jublctslheyegulato tho liver and bowels Try it Price 25 cents samples free at all rugglsts i PREACHERSVILLE Tho infant son of John Kennedy died last week At the sale of the late John Miller everything sold high A largo crowd was present- f Mrs Marlnda Blankenship is butte Mrs Fado Parks is about well Both Mr and Mrs W H Cummins havo been sick Levi Anderson has been sick but is better Clara Perkins an old Negro woman who lived with tho family of John Pe skins at this place years ago died on Fall Lick at tho homo of James Ram soy Jr Sho is remembered as very eccentric A largo crowd attended the tacky rink hero Saturday night Clyde Cur tie and little Allle May Cummins wero the prize winners being best masked and tackiest in their costumes IJac contestant deserved a prize in our opinion as each looked tacky in tho at perlativo degree Barnums show Isnt in it for fun Mrs Thomas Shaw and Miss Ina Roberts of Gum Sulphur visited J F Shaw and family Kinney Anderson- of Brodhead was the guest of Leroy Robbins Mrs Sam Ramsey of Hia tts ville had as her guests Mrs John Nay lor and little daughter of this place Walter Smith and sister Miss Bessie of Whites Mill attended the rinkhero J F thaw who is somewhat of a curio collector showed us a handful at old U Sf Mexican Dutch and Span ish coins which are very ancient and doubtless very valuable He has a manuscript arithmetic which is the penmanship of his grandfather Frederick Shaw in 1810 almost a century old Only ono printed copy to a school and It was owned by tho teacher the pupils making theirs An account of that time shows tho price of labor at 37ic to 50c per day meal 25c per bushel and pork 2c per pound George Anderson our colored mall carrier died Wednesday 19th after a three weeks illness He is survived by his wife Aunt Liza and several grown children He had carried the mail between here and Crab Orchard for moro than 12 years and gave entire satisfaction Ills taking away is deplored by all who knew him He was known by all as Uncle George and was one of those old darkies who hav ing been reared before tho war knew how to be respectful to white people No matter how hot how cold or how stormy his hat was always lifted when ho met any one He was truthful and honest and one of the most accommo dating darkies we havo ever known Ills conduct won tho respect of white people and ho was worthy of their con fidence and esteem We point to him as an example worthy of emulation by his race After a funeral sermon from tho text If a Man die Shall ho Live Again in the presence of a large crowd he was laid to rest Many white people were present Wo can truthful ly say that we know him well and never knew ought against him The Jumping Off Place Consumption had mo in its grasp and I had almost reached tho jumping oil place when I was advised to try Dr Kings New Discovery and I want to say right now It saved my life Im provement began with the first bottle and after taking one dozen bottles I was a well and happy roan again says George Moore of Grimesland N C As a remedy for coughs and olds and a healer of weak sore lungs and for preventing pneumonia New Discovery is supreme 50c and 91 at Pennys Drug Store Trial bottlo free jVirginia is priding herself over tho fact that a man who committed an assault Thursday was arrested Friday and sentenced to bo hanged Tues day and claims tho record for swift ness of justice As tho rapist is not to be hanged till March 28 tho Moth er State is not in it when compared with her eldest daughter At Mayfield in this State a rapist was tried sen tenced to death and hanged all within a few hours tho gallows being erect ed and the grave dug while the so called trial was in progress A mob was ready to do the work if tho court failed So it was little better than a lynching and almost as much a blot on the State as If tho mob had acted Frankfort Journal Special Announcement Regard ing the National PUle Food and Drug Law Wo are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles Is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates of other harmful drugs and wo recommend It as a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Storo A Missouri hermit who drank a quart of whisky a day for 20 years saved the jugs and requested that a monument for his grave bo made of them Ps1vftf INQ CutPrice Sale All Winter Goods Must Be Sold Regardless of Cost In ofSpring820 Mens Suits cut tol81398 1750 II II t If 1248 1500I II a 1148 1260 II II II II 048 1000 II 748 750 If II n 408 S586 II t 348 S 1500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 81008 1250It it t4 848 1000t1 II t1 608 750 f850II II II 408 500 A 000II II t1 348 500 Mens Cravinette Rain Coats Cutto 1098 1250II it tt lt 898 1000II It tt II G48 84 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 8348 8350 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 298 83 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 8248 The above are only a few of the Bargains we have for you Come in nod ice what we have SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps Ladies and Gent IFurnishings Etc TO HOUSEKEEPERS IIThe Standard Oil Cos INCORPORATED 11 1 Celebrated Lamp Oil FIRE PROOF Gives a aPERFECT 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 A5 1 1 Northern seed oats 65c per bushel- W tt HIGGINS I Stanford Kentucky I I ITHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED The Interior Journal Ir Co WALTON JOHN J MOSER Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln coun subject to the action of the Democra M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county i subject to the action of the Democratic partyi JAMES Co HAYS Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln countY inbject to the action of the Democratic- partY D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun tr inbject to the action of the DeinocratI party I DINK FARMER It a candidate for the Democratic nomina t lion for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party FOLEYtIi n candidate for Assessor Lincoln co tlubJoct to the action of the party Democratic Ticket For United States Senator J C W BECKHAM JUST wait till I am sworn in as gov n ernor of Kentucky I will put a stop to- nightc riding or words to that effeof said Uov Willson He has been fice nearly three months and night riding has increased alarmingly The go v ernor should admit that stopping night riding is a bigger proposition than he thought it was and confess that he did s Gov Beckham an injustice when he blamed him for not putting a stop to thcinfernal business Gov BRADLEY is a speaker of rare ability but as a card writer he is a 7i dismal failure He is not in the same class with Gov Beckham and we do not wonder that ho refuses to be fur- thert drawn into public print by Kentucky late governor and next U S Senator TimE CourierJournal puts whis above all things It has made the startling announcement that it will support no man for office who is in favor of cal option or prohibition in Kentac Put that in your pipe and smoke it ye lovers of the cause of temperance Gov WILLSON sent a message to t Legislature urging legislation to at the night riders He also recommend ed that immediate action be taken the county unit bill which he said was t4favored by the majority of the people SHOOT nightrider the man who in fun starts the report that they f are coming One is almost as bad as 1theother and we can get along bplen didly without either i NIC COMBS coroner of Breathitt has Ii ireslRned Probably Nic thinks the will be no more business for a coroner JsinceJudge Hargis was so suddenly awayt POLITICAL At the request of the author the House postponed further consideration of the McChord tobacco bill until today t David Rankin of Tarko the richest and most important working farmer in l1 the world will be one of Missouris exhibits at the Chicago Republican Co- vention i The Rose bill providing for local op tion throughout the State passed the Ohio House by a vote of 79 to 36 The bill haslalready passed the Senate and 41will now go to the Governor At a public meeting of the citizens of Laurel county resolutions wer adopted favoring the passage of th county unit bill which is now pendin- before the General Assembly By a vote of 8 to 4 the Senate Committee on Military Affairs adopted th Lodge resolution declaring that mem 1bers of 25th United States colored in fantry were guilty of the shooting a fray at Brownsville TextA meeting of the District Republican Committee will be held at Corbin March 7 to consider plans for making a Congressional nomination Representative Edwards will be in the race and others are expected to enter- S A Shanklin a Society of Equity leader was nominated by the demo crate of Mason county for the Legisla ture He is said to be ready to pledge 1himself to vote for Beckham if elected The republicans nominated C C DegI man and adopted strong resolutions e Glaring for law and order i Gov Wilson sent a communication the Legislature in which he named a number of offices which he said werei 1useless and should be abolished HeI if the democratic State inspector had not refused to give up hi office he would have been in better po sition to reply to the request of th SenateI iGus T Brennon of Hopkinsville says the financing of the Cairo and Cumberland Gap railroad has been ar ranged and work will be commenced early in the Spring Night riders captured two loads of tobacco at Augusta and forced th owner and his landlord to sign the pledger ft I y tJ J O J W l ii WHO NEXT IWhen Gov Backham warm the executive chair the Couricr Journal held him responsible for the continuation of night riding Day after day the public liftfivehad plenty of law all we needed was to have it enforced The governor had offered the maximum reward for each ar rest and conviction in connection with the matter and the Courier Journal carried a statement of this as a news item its continued publication of the falsehood was therefore done with mal ice and not through ignorance When Gov Willson went into office and called his now celebrated Peace Congress the Courier Journal predict ed that the end of the trouble was at hand and when all the galling guns and rifles in the State arsenal had been sent out it was absolutely cock sus that the trouble was all over All we had been needing was a governor wh would enforce the law When nigh- tic riding increased tenfold under this system of enforcing the law this pape- announced after all the governor ha no real anthority in the premises that the local authorities were to blame This admission was not accompanied by any apology to Gov Beckham for having unjustly criticized him To have done this would have required that it de partjfrom its rule of giving Beckham hl on all occasions Then came the meeting of the Gencr al Assembly It was too late to abuse Beckham about the night riders Gov Willson had no real authority some body must be abused and so from Na plesontheGulf we are informed that the whole responsibility restd with the memberareness in letting it continue Just who will be responsible when theGeneral Assembly shall have ad journed it is difficult to guess but as Mr Wattersons mind seems to bo working in circles theso latter years we shall probably be hearing again soon that Beckham is still responsible Now it might occur to a layman that authorityk to Beckham had no more and that it was a piece of malicious and contemptible Mrkyresponsibility for it Of course we know we are an illiterate a var hemint and a reptile for making the opsuggestion and if we were at Naples on we would be promptly fed onthe sharks but as we have not been making any speeches for the Beer Trust to use as an ad we are not able to buy a ticket to that charming resort and the sharks will have to get oleo without us The people of Kentucky are no long er influenced by the malice of this pa per but it does the State a great injury abroad where the people do no know that its once broad politics have regiven way to the venting of personal spite and exploiting of petty jealousies When the Legislature adjourns somebody else will be held responsible for the night riders unless it develops that Beckham is to blame again and we warn everybody in advance Mr Wat terson may hold the churches responsi ble for it or the K Ps or the Od Fellows or the Eagles One thing only is sure and that is when he decides just who is responsible he will give witnnot forget for many a long day They will learn just how it feels to be a reptile Frankfort Journal CHURCH MATTERS Rev Martin Shadoan is dead in Pu laski aged 69 eRev Father J R Volz Springfieldrtake up some special work which will require about two years to execute- Program for Methodist church Sun day March 1st At 945 A M Sunday Allen Allfthings work for good to a certain class 330 P M Junior League Miss Annie Darst superintendent 630p M Seniors league service Conducted by Mrs T D Raney 715 P M Preaching by pastor At the Christian church Sunday next Sunday school at 930 M All the church members are urged to come and bring their children A Teachers Training Class of 25 has been organ ized and will be ready for work as soon the books come Preaching at 1045 A M and 730 p M Morning subject TempletoNew Will Rob 915 C E meet ing at 645 p M Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7 oclock The pub lie is cordially invited to attend theses services D M Walker minister eIt you have Catarrh rid yourself of this repulsive disease Ask Dr Shoop of Racine Wisj to mail you free a trial box of his Dr Shoops 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 eiGov Toole of Montana will resign April 1 on account ofill health Powell county went dry by 211 oJ l r Suffering and Dollars Saved Eo S Lopor of Marllla N Ysays I am a carpenter and have had many severe cuts healed by iJncklons Arni- ca Salve It has saved me suffering and dollars It Is by for the best heal etag salve I have ever found Heals cc7e1mnAt Manchester within five davs twins were born to the Rev B T Bethel and wife to B S Potter and wife and to Henry HIbbard and wife and to tho Rev II R McLendon and wife a girl and to William Rdach and wife a boy pp Foleys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs arid expels tho cold from the system as It Is mildly laxative It is guaranteed Theo genuine is in the yellow package Pennys Drug Store kt the kfttle on a crane above the open fire place not for artistic reasons but trieddReport of the Condition of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK at Stanford Klnthe Htato of Kentucky at the close of business Feb Itu RKHOUBCEM Ioana and DlscounU SM750 Rl Overdraft nocurod and unsocuml On061 U H Honda to secure circulation WU 00 Hanking house furniture and nx tures a JXI 00 Due from National llnnki not re nerve agvnts MIT is flue from State Hank A Hunker mas agentDheclcs SUM IS n Notes of other National Ilank 115 W Fractional pa porcurrvncynlckcls 11Lawfulvln Hpvcle I2WS I Koltendernote awn m 448at JWtmptionfllnd with UHTren of circulation J pkt19e9 8- 161LiAnlttrtae Capital Block paid In f fiV n 000000Undhldedand taxes paid 1100 70 National flank iiotesoutstandlnit GUUU Duo to other Nat llanks 7WI SIndividual deposits sub 79NotesItcservcd for taxes situ l M1MO fl- lHlatoof KfmtuckYCountof Lincoln set I IV M IlrlchtUashler of the abovenamed honk do solemnly swear that the slavestatement Is true to the best of lilY knowl edge and belief 1131 IlHiailTCashler- Subscribed oral sworn to icfore mo this Jlthdayof Febim J JMcIlobertsNI Correct Attcstt RII Shanks J II Own Iylt I Hubble Directors BReportof the Condition of The National Bank of rustorville- at Huitonvllle In the Htato of Kentucky at the clot of business Fob lIll nrHODKCrn Loans ROIl Discounts 1130714 01 Overdrnftssecuredandunsecund 117 10 00gou tures S1M 00 Due from National nnnk8 not re servo nu i4s 2flW Duo from Htate flanks A Hankers laG M 44tNotes of other National Banks 7V100U Fractional paper currency nickels stud cents UU tl Lawful Money Ileserve In hunk viz Hpeclo lllliH Legal tender notes 1A 00 isiss o- uItedemptlon fund with UH Treas urer per cent of circulation CAW- 2i005 MAlllLlTIKIi p1dUndivided pronto less rxpxnsca- National and taxes paid lWJ Hank notes outstanding KJMi 81IHeserved for taxes SIOn1 45 Htnteof Kentucy County of Lincoln sst I J W IIock rUuftiler oI thoabovvnamed ban do nolemnly swear that the above statement Is true to tho best of my knowl edge and belief J W HOOKKH Cashier Subscribed and worn to before tnu this Sillslay of Feb lout J UMIosklns N P My commission expires at end of next csslon KentuckyY Alcorn T J Itoblnson end J W Powell Directors Iteportof ho Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Htonford In the State of Kentucky at the closo of business Feb UKHOOIICKH Loans lint Discount l07tt7 78 Overdraftssecuredandunfucured 4007 49 U H Bonds to secure circulation 60000 00 Premiums on U bond 180 00 Uonds securities etc 98340 Dunking house furniture and fix tures 500151 Other rent estate owned 11100 00 Duo from National Hank not reo servo agents 4217 72 Duo from Htato dunked Bankers IKJ U Duo from approved reserve agents iCVtti 38 Checks and other cast Items Kl Notes of other National Hanks 1179 00 Fractional paper currency nl jk ell and cents 70 Lawful Money Reserve In tank Viz Hpecle JH763 S- 5Legaltender noteri 4wt 00 1705323 Redemption fund with U H Treas urer l 5 per cent circulation too do = 111041 IIAIIILITIK- H6apltal Stock paid In vnjOM 00 Hurplus fund 17000 00 Undivided profits less expense and taxes paid 2186 Notional Hank notes outstanding 00 Due to other National Hanks 1713 Duo to Htato Hanks and Hankers Icd4as Individual deposits subject check 1690OT Demand certificate of deposit 57518a Notes and Bill jte discounted 7214 42 illQU Htato of Kentucky County of Lincoln es I John J Mcltoberts Cashier of the above named lank do solemnly swear that the myknowlcdguundJOHN MoIloiiRRTH Cashier HubucrllKHl and sworn to before mo this SAth day of Feb W M Bright N IV JHIIogkerflTHarrisJ r i ft j g H 1 H J MCROBERTS CASH Clearance SALE f ISale 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 opportunity to purchase goods at MUCH LESS THAN WILLREAL VALUE Remember during this sale NOT ONE ITEM Mens Clothing Boys Shoes HosieryI82500 Suits at 1850 350 Patent at 250 8300 Silk Hose at 200 2000 1100 350 Gun Metal 250 250II 1W 1750r 1300 300 Shoes 225 200II 160 1500 1100 250II 185 100II 75 1250I 000 200II 105 jQ LleJo ITo o at J5 10CO 700 150II 125 25 Cottnn IloacutiOMens Overcoats Girls Shoes 15 12 2000 Overcoat at 1100 8200 Shoes nt lCO 10 1750 1250 175 1 10iI Bops Gibraltar 20 1500 1000 150 Misses II 20 1t150II 50 125 100l Boys nenr Skin 10 tJ Misses 10 1000 700 100 II 75 Odd Pants 85ii fy 10II s SOOOPflUtsnt SUiQ 05 U Ladies Shoes 500 359 Mens Heavy Shoes 83ro Ultra at 8250 275 nt 225100II It Shoos atIII aooIIBroekJ1ort 350 25025t 18250 Shoes nt 1I It J e 1GO300 200 105 77X 250 175 115 200 150Rubber ShoesHats150 II 8076 125 Knee Pants 100 8100 Itubbcr Hoots nt 8335 JroII J00 100U 75 3 OII 300 JliOII 275I50i1 35 300 Buckle Shoes at 225 yoO Still lints at 200 Mens Shirts at2CO 200 250 Wool Shirt nt 8150 17G 200II 125 175 140 200 1 60I00 Rubber Slices at 75 150 II 100 IQ n 100 7l1 70 65 100II100 150 100II Drcsa Shirt 100 75 TrunksMens 76I50 35 8500 Walkover at 8100 050 700 50 Work Shirt 10 400 325 000 Mens Furnishings 350 285 850 U60t8300 Silk Muffler at SI7JJ 500 Manw 375 500 250 150 400 300 50II fJGO 200 125 350I 275 400 300 150 100 Heavy Shoes Suit Casest100 65 4f0 81000 leather nt 1i5U8000 High Top 100 Silk 11 kfll 75 00Ie 600t50 40 3001i0025 20350 n o pr La flies Caees nt 275 100 Silk Suspenders 550 ntHonest i50 SU81cnderi to 5ooM25 20 8500 Hoot 875 OOII15 Linen Collar 10 460 350 Rubber Clothing 00t10 U8 100I 325 8SOO Fish Slicker nt 22ft 100 Overalls 80 250 Mike Shoes fn 250 Shield Slicker a tI00 50 30 u a0Mens Underwear lJOOltltocrCIlltllt too Rain CoatsGloves2500 CoatatI 818 15050 i 351500 160II 116 2000to 25 IS 1750It 1300 100 76 1500It 1100 Umbrellas 50nn1000 750 750 Silk nt 8600 Boys Suits 500 350 Handkerchiefs Socks 1000 Suits nt S650 400 275 25o Linen Hnmlkcrchiels at 16o 760It 550 300 Gloria 200 15c lOo t4UOfSeeLand Posted I Nonce ti he101 given tu the pUhllr Uut lunIIbe1ly 1111118l1lnll tbrouKh the 1la H It B J lrrIti Illghlnnd Ky Home In Middleburg For Sale Jwlih to loll nrlvntelytho house and lot In Jllddleburg Casey known as the Isaac Cowan roperlfThe house Is n one story forma necessary olithOUiel and the lot contains about an acre Two wells on the place Hplendld school In town and the several denomina tions have creditable churches For further particularplvorwritetotnnJ1ItUIIILFTurnersvlile Ky arge for examination orsoiontlllcal a t ing eyes by upto date methods Pro scrlptiongUisses to prdersetinany style frame or skeleton mountings worlt and material satisfactory charges moderate Permanently located Central Telephone Building Hustonvllle Ky L 01O1Y13LI- Graduated Optometryst Weak Women To weak and ailing women there Is lot least one war to help But that two treatments mutt be combined One It war one It constitu tional but both lore Important both essential Dr fihoops Night Cure It the Local- Dr Bboops lUstoratlra the Constitutional The formerDr Bhoopi Night Cure Ii a topical mucous membrana lupposltary remedy while Dr ShooP1 IWaorstive is wholly an Internal treat went The Restorative roaches throughout the entire system seekuc the repair of all nerve aU aU bloOd ailments The Night Cure as Its name Implies dots Its work while you sleep It soothes sore and inflam ed mucous surfaces heals local weaknesses and discharges while the Restorative easel nervous excitement glues and builds up wasted tissues bringing about renewed strength Tlcor and energy Take Dr Sboopll- tMtoratlT blets or Liquidfa 1reD8ral toRlo to the system For pojltivelowl help usasw- snDr Shoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE u 0 i 7 a nol water Bottle In the sickroom there is scarcely one article of greater utility than the hotwater bottle We carry a large variety of good hotwater bags Our prices are from 75c to 175I PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Perfect Heat T S f Hot water hcatiiig is perfect with the exception of this Tho mosquitos I will bite you some during Winter If you can put up with that then let Altlridgo heat your home so that you can enjoy all your rooms Hot water heating is clean economical and regular No sudden changes in tempera ture You will SIlva enough in Coal Comfort and Health tJ pay for the outfit in n few years S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky 1tJt I Caught With The Goods Wo ore ready for early sewing Pearl Buttons tic to 25c doz Cottons 7e Oc alai lOc Long Cloths 12c 15o and 20c Nainsooks 15 and 20c Linen Lawns 25c 35c COc to 81 Linen Suitings 25c to 7Gc Lincno Suitings all colors 15r Linen Sheeting 75c 80o and 81 Pcarlino Lawns 35c nnd lOc Mercerized Persian Lnwns 35c 40c and SOc SEVERANCE SON STANFORD BTANFOUD ICY Fiat 28 1908 ot 5WE aro ready to figure with you on Spring We recommend SherwinWilliams as the best and cheapest Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MR K D PADGETT of Wayncsburg was hero this week itI Miss SALVE HAWKINS of CorbIn is with Wcdt End friends MR T J GOOCH JR of Somerset was a substantial caller Tuesday Miss LENA PALMER visltcdher friend Mlis Lucy Peterson at Midway Miss KITTIK HUFFMAN of Ix ulsvlllc is with Mrs James G Carpenter Jr MRS ROBERT BURNS and children of Paris aro visiting at Mr David Scotts Miss ALICE WHITE of Moreland wa the guest of Misses Jennie and Mattio I WilcherMR II WATTS of Harriman Tenn spent several days hero attend lag court DR ED ALCORN and Miss Lou Hock f or of Hustonville spent Tuesday with- friends hero Miss MATTIE WILCHER has returned 7trom n visit to relatives at Moreland Somerset MESDAMES GEORGE UIGSEY and V + R Bastln of Klngsvlllc paid thlaofiico- a call Tuesday MR PHIL SODKN of Louisville spent- t t a few days with tho family of Col W Hud Duddcrar MRS A S THOMSON of Fayottois t with tho home folks here Mr T M Ponnlngton and family MRS KARLES COFFEY returned to CorbIn Thursday after a vIsIt to lolkt- lheroLondon Sentinel MR WALTER 0 SCOTT has returneel- to Paris after a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs David Scott MESSRS J K AND M S BAUC11MA- Nwent to Columbia Tenn Wednesday to look forborne jack stock MRS ALICE DEPAUW of Danville who haslbeen spending tho winter in Florida is tho guest of her niece Mrs James N Cash PROs AND MRS E L GRunna have- returned to Shelby City after an ab I senco of two years They have been 1tcachlng in Boyd county GLASS of Covington Is visiting his parents Dr and Mrs Harvoy Glass Dr Bolin Is in tho city from Hustonvillo again to make a short visit Somerset Journal MISSES FANNIEVANDEVEERandMary VMobley are in Nashville buying Spring millinery Miss Mary D Kennedy has charge of the VanDcveer Millinery store for tho present WB had a pleasant call Tuesday from- Messrs It C Leach of Somorset nntl- Z P Smith of McKinney Tho for mer is an engineer on tho Q C and- runs from Somerset to Oakdale REV JOSEPH SEVERANCE returned yesterday from Winchester whero ho- was toastmaster at tho Y M C A banquet given for tho delegates to tho convention Frankfort Journal MR A E GIBBONS who has been attending tho 2ith Annual International Painters and Decorators Convention at Now Orleans returned homo Satur day night Ho says that tho meeting was very successful and largely attend ed Mrs J II Hocker and son Rich ard of Kansas City are visiting Mrs Hookers sister Miss Lllllo Messick e Advocate LOCALS RINK tonight GRIP Is raging in tho Moreland sec 4tion CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired T at Cook Farmers barber shop FIVE THOUSAND rods American Field Wire Fence in stock W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky LADIES Our Spring lino of Oxfords in Tans Patents and Viet kids havo ar rived Call and see them Cummins Wcarcn FOR RRNTThe old Myers House e barn Just repaired and will further t repair or remodel to suit the renter Mark Hardin Stanford I HAVE just received a lino of buggy harness which is unexcelled in either price or quality Como in and let us harness you Geo D 1I0pperI ONLY ono moro day until Spring according to tho calendar but yesterday looked as if Winter has begun in earnest Tho ground hog saw his shadow beyond peradventure of doubt 1 NEW shipment of buggies just In Set them E T Pence MR J D EADS ado valuable horse to dlo a tow t aY811it Mils NANCY E WREN bought of II D Phillips a cottago on East Main for JSOO ftuuiau uu wWIle at tho rink this Friday evening A big tlmo la expected JUST received n landof and mixed seed oats J S Murphy McKinneySNice now lino of wall paper and mat tings Sea it before you buy Trib bio Penco NICE lot of locust posts for salo at StanfordsII F D No3 PURE strain S CCockerels for Also white leghorn eggs at 75c per eating Miss Llzzlo Davison MULES FOR SALEA tow pairs of nice three year old mules for sale II M Hcrndon Shelby City Ky IA MRS ALLEN who lives at Ellis Casey county was fearfully burned by her clothes catching from an open grato Wednesday afternoon TUB stockholders of tho Lincoln County Fair Association aro called to mce at tho court house next Friday Marc C at 31 M J F Cummins secy LAST accounts paid by March will be placed in an attorneys hands with instructions to bring suit if necessary Our business must bo set tlep Cummins McClary Now is tim tlook foryour gy buckboard or carriage for Sprin and Summer uso Big lot to select frog Also harness farming Imple ments wagons etc E T Pence FAYETTB LOY who lives on tho Paxton farm on tho Knob Lick pike was badly scalded about tho face by a teapot boiling over Ono cyo was entirely closed and thoother almost closed WayIbeen Incorporated Somo of tho Incor- porator are Dr A K Caldwell E li Caldwell M F Campbell and Tipto Sims Two colored man dropped dead In Lancaster Monday Alice Lea veil with a child in her arms fell dead in Jake Josephs store there and Magglo KauiTman died equally as sudden at her home in the Negro suburb of Garrarda capital TUB annual combination sale will bo held at Ucazley Oros stable in Stan ford on March 25 and 26 Those wish ling to enter stock will do well to see tho Messrs Bcazloy at once The public well remembers tho success of the sale held at this stable a year ago THERE will bo an old fiddlers contest SlIturdllYItho auspices of tho Maccabees and as Dr C M Thompson J B McKee and W F Lane aro on tho committee of arrangements a big time is assured HAL MERTON tho wellknown entertainer magician and ventriloquist will appear at Walton Opera House on Friday evening March 13 Ho an entertainment something similar to that given by tho Floyds who hero some six weeks ago and which so greatly pleased our theatergoing peo pieMa J W FOLEY clever black smith announces this issue his candi dacy for assessor of Lincoln county lIe is a dyedinthewool democrat has always worked for his party and ho feels now that it is nothing but right that his efforts should be recognized and rewarded Mr Foley is a cripple but is perfectly able to fill with credit tho olllce ho aspires Tim splendid storeroom in tho Odd Fellows building to bo occupied by Cummins Wearen Is almost complet ed and tho above firm will probably move into it next week It is the lightest largest and handsomest roomI this part of the State and Messrs Cummins and Wearen aro looking forward to getting into it Tho room is 27 feet in width 100 feet deep and its ceiling is 14 feet The show windows aro tho largest and prettiest in Central Kentucky Youll Be Sorry If you dont buy your material now for your white sowing These are line days for sewing and a good time to get the white sewing off your mind When the pretty warm days come you wont want to stay in the house but will want to be out enjoiugthe sunshine nnd working among your flowers Dont let your work accumulate on you but get busy now and bo ready for more suitable and more congenial work when tho pretty days come SKATING at Waltons Opera Houa this Friday evening Tile eratill bolting in th material rata at Frankfort NOTICE HavIng removed on Lan caster street opposite tho courthouse solicit your trado in all kinds of repairing of watches clocks jewelry and graphophones Also such thIngs sold on small commission Robt Fen zel Stanford Ky eIr was decided Ln meeting of th stockholders of tho Stanford Laundry Co Tuesday afternoon that tho laundry would not again bo operated at Its pres ant location Tho committee on loco tlon was not ready to report but it was definitely decided that tho laundry would be moved A DEAL was summated whereby G M Cooper purchased the furnishing dtCompany active charge of tho business for a number of years and Is looked upon as one of the most progressive merchants in DanvllloAdvocate I WILL move my butcher shop this week to tho Straub building corner uf Main and Somerset streets where I will be better prepared than ever to serve tho public with the best meats tho mar ket affords Phone mo your order and yourhCIRCUIT COURT Tho case of Harve Watts for killing lIalden VanDcveer at Kingsvillo in September last was continued on account of tho feeble con dillon of Mr Watts who recently had an oyo removed Dick Lee also charg ed with murder was discharged Leo SouthgFork trestle was on years ago but nobody has over appear ed against him Chris Hutchison Lew is Hutchison and a man named Lippert charghcd with stealing chickens from and shooting at Mr James B Gilkerson at Crab Orchard were given a contin uance Mr Gilkerson who is In the South writing that ho could not arrive here before Monday next Jim Tall for shooting George Smith and shoot ing at Ed McCarty was given a life sentence Tall had already served two and tho third withnit An effort will bo made to get a new trial for Tall Tho trial of John Mc Gill for shooting N W Pipes now has tho attention of the court The men fell out over a division of crops and each shot at the other Mr Pipes had an eye badly injured but McGill was fortunate enough to escape unhurt HONOR ROLL of Stanford Graded rind High Schools Grade 1 Grace Anderson Eloise Bcazley Clara Cash Sarah Cormincy Frances Corminey Tilden Cooper Mar garet DavIson Bailey Dawes Daisy Lunsford John Reid McKinney Gabo Raney William Reinhart Stella Walk er Grade 2 Florences Dawes Embry Sylvia Farmer Hugh R Fos ter Minnie lIardin Catherine Harris Clarence Singleton Claiborne Walton Grado 3 Rosa Burke Henry Cash John Cash Clarence Cooper Joo T Embry Huston Gentry Matsy Grimes Grace Hurst Lcttio W McKinney Jean Paxton Myrtle Turners Grade 4 Bessie Brackott Prescott Brown Ella EIchenberger Harry Faro mer Tilllo Goldstein Ruth Hardin Maurice Jarvis Bessio Moore Isabel Reynolds James Tribble Mary Ander son Grade 5 Ethel Brackctt Mary S Cook Annlo Gray Mary Greer Docia Hardin Boyco Hunn Anna D McRob erts William Mobley Blaine Newland Joo Me Newland James Owsley Frank Phillips Mary M Raney Verner Rout Mamio Singleton Hobart White Ger trade Wilkinson Grado 6 Eflle Baughman Annie Butte Marion Grimes Ruby Jones Mamie Mobley Grado 7 Jas Cooper Arnold Foreman CatherIne Gentry Harris Hardin Joseph Hill Kittle Jones Kate Kennedy Mary E McKinney Arthur Turner Lucy Leo Walton Ella Warren Grado 8 Morrison Bright Lorraine Campbell Katie Cass Harris Coleman Annie Lewis Gentry Virginia Mahony Maud Stone Maranaa White Freshman Class Brackett Sallie Burdett Elizabeth Higgins Jos Hopper Wallace Singleton Sophomore Class Thomas Bright Grady Tucker Roland Von Gruenigen Junior Class Berta Jean Penny Senior Class John Downer Jr aiRUSTONVILLE Dr Powell our local optician wh- a has been confined to his room with for 10 days is better and will be ably resume his office work in a few days Myers Lutes sold J H Baughman 50 yearling cattlo at 4Jc and on the head They are fair samples of the West End products and must bo seen to be appreciated Tho railroad surveyors have complet ed tho locating and leveling up of nearly 10 miles of tho Danville Scotts villo railroad despite tho bad weather They expect to start the other line from near Moreland Miss Laura Sandidge and Mr Joe Newell were married at the homo of tho brido on Saturday last by Rev W G Montgomery Their many friends andadmirers in the West End wish them happiness till the sun grows cold The repairs on the Christian church will be completed in time to hold ser vices there next Sunday morning and night by Rev Bennett Ho has about recovered from a severe attack of acute rheumatism and will be glad to have a full houso greet him upon this his first Cora and Edna Lipps who have beer doing a very successful bus- Iness in Virginia tho past two seasons aro thinking of opening a dress making and millinery establishment this season Dr Bohon left this week for a visit to relatives In Illinois and incidentally to hear the great revivalist Billy SundayI now shaking up Decatur with a moral tornadoJ Underwood sold a fivemonths old colt by Dignity Dare for 150 and he has two others just as good if not better Sam McKinney bought of C M Bach a thrce acre lot on Danville Ave for As soon as tho weather will permit Mr McKinney will build a pretty home The Louisville architect with plans and specifications for Jerry Adams house was hero this week It is said this home will bo one of the handsomest in tho West End W D Hocker who is now stationed at the Dan Moore distillery in Mercer county was at home Sunday J P McKeown of Louisville Is visiting one of our fair maids this week and Is de lighted with our city Joe B Williams was thrown from his horse his back striking a largo rock from the effects of which ho will be several days recov ering Mrs W D Stagg Is in Liberty With Mrs Judge Belden who is seri ously ill Mrs John Dinwiddie has returned from a visit to relatives in Lou- Is jibe Owing to tho alarm now existing nil along tho lino of the Cincinnati South ern railroad over tho safety of High Bridge spanning tho Kentucky river a man from this town interviewed on of the highest officials of tho road upo the subject Ho told this man that th bridge had not been condemned that i had not sunken on its foundation one thousandth part of an inch and that there was no more danger in the struc sture now than 10 years ago Ho told this man furthermore that recently the bridge had been examined by one of tho most celebrated engineers in the Uni ted States and ho pronounced it safe Trains now cross at a speed of four miles an hour in accordance with an order existing for several years but never enforced until the new manager Mr Baker took charge of the road A new bridge much stronger and a dou blo track one will be made during this year Health Coffee Is really tho closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This tho finest Coffee Substitute ever made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis Not a grain of real Coffee is in it either Health Coffee is made from pure toasted cereals with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an expertwho might drink it for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made in a minute says tho doctor Pennys Drng Store Suppose a man has four wives Thats polygamy Well three wives Bigamy Well then ono wife Monotony Notice To Claimants againstPersona having clnml the ontnto or James E Lynn will present them to ui properly proven not Inter than March 15 for payment JOlIl1d J U Lynn mlinru J K Inn pro Note These Reductions All Calicoes from 7cto GJc Apron Ginghams best lOc to 7 cApron Ginghams 8 Jo to 6ia Best J Sheetings 30s loc Best f JIV i 3t e ings 30c to 25c 40 inch Scalslnnd Cotton 10c Zephyr Dress Ginhams 12Jo to lUc Zephyr Dress Ginghams 15c to 12e Syecial values in pure Linen Laces at lOc Special values in Ilamburga at 5c and 7e xf South East Corner Main and IDepot StreetsI1 ReadyMade Underwear 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 STANFORD KENTUCKY Housej 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 1 This means a great sacrifice and slaughter of values Calicoes 5c Spool Cotton 5c Clothing 13 per cent off Ladies Cloaks halt ofr0 can not carry these over if prices will unload Slices Ladies and Childrensfrom 50c to 150 tholcind we sell from 82- to 8350 Wo cant enumerate hero on paper but can at the store Como early to get choice No goods sold to merchants to retail trade only Ili Positively no goods charged at these prices CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter I FLORIDA AND 11 NEW ORLEANS WITHOUT I CHANGE IIIIVIA I 0QuEEN 5 CRESCENT ROUTE 1907Winterfor Information sad list of hotels ddreii D a KING O P O T A III Mala St texlnflton Ky Go To Hoppers For Wagon Breeching He Has The Goods Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky If You Want the Purest and Best r Drugs get Them from STANFORD DRUG CO t tr k The Chance Of Your Life Time Never before in the mercantile history of Danville have the people had such an opportunity to purchase staple highgrade goods at such a large reduction as we are now offering in our Fine Wall PapersiWe f offering 40000 rolls of the best that the market affords at prices that are absolutely startling This is all good stoc k are and is not the pickedover laidinthecorner kind but is the best there is to be had We are now offeringa this lot in order to reduce our stock at less than 13 of Regular Price I 15 2O 25c Papers that sold for 15 20 cand 25c cents we area sacrificing at t Entered in the at Stanford oJ matter rUBUHHBD TUESDAYS AND VRTDJCS AD PER When not so paid MOO will be charged f No KonthlI11 r x No 21 South ilea F x No 24 North4S A x No H North S1S PM RICE For Sale AUr kInds of Ilouah Lumlwr for sale Bills Wiled on short notice Grist mill In connec lion Mill on Orv n river Jumbo rondo SM miles Kant of McKinney Tarry A Newell McKlnney I have 75 Single Comb Hbode Island lied pullet and yearling hens for sale at SI each last be to male room for bttdlllg L IL COOK Stanford Ky W PROPRIETOR Food and Sale Stable f B D Now Llverv Street t Phone 96 t A S t Office over Drug Store in Owaley 50 An The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Rates before but firstclass i D The Insurance Man Phone 36 KY 1IY i and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur niture They will for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right J C and Dealer in KY Offca rijoue Ilonu hone I- 4 JJIt J p r1 C fft IN Alice Burge died Feb 8 1008 at her home in the section aged She was a member of the Christia church having given her heart to God at an early age She Is survived by her husband and 10 children who are Mesdames Dink Farmer Jack Terry Kittio Haley A E Grimes Reuben Melton Ben Martin and Alex Brent Lucas and Charley Burge Darling mother you have left us Three long weeks since you have gone But I know youre safe in heaven Mingling with the happy throng How we watch to see you coming How we watch to hear you call How we miss you darling mother One we lovedso dear to all We have lost our darling mother She has bid us all adieu She has gone to live in heaven And her person is lost to view Oh that darling how we loved her Oh how hard to give her up But an angel came down for her And removed her from our flock Her busy hands are folded Her work On earth is done Her trials all are ended tier crown is won Past her suffering past her pain Cease to weep for tears are vain Calm the tempest of your breast For she who suffered is at rest she bore her suffering Loving hands did all they could But God took her from our vision As dear mother thought He would Just across the silent river Over in the heavenly land Where there is no pain or parting That will grieve Gods chosen band From her loving daughter MRS DINK FARMER Colds Life From the Chicago Tribune Dont trifle with a cold is goof advice for prudent men and women It may be vital in the case of a1 child Proper food good and warm dry clothing are the proper against colds If they are through the weather of autumn winter and spring tho chances of a surprise from ordi nary colds will bo slight But tho or dinary light cold will become severs if and a well established ripe cold is to tho germs of what honey is to the bee The greatest menace to child life at this season of the year Is a neglected jold1 Whether It Is a child or adult the cold slight or severe the very best treatment that can be adopted is- o give Cough Remedy It is safe and sure Tho great popu arlty and immense sale of this has been attained byi its ro narkable cures of this ailment A cold never rosults in when It is given For sale by all J A Johnson of the Plato section of the county having served time in the for forging a check of B Broyles tried his hand again with a check for 10 using the signature of E T Broyles for which ho was tried last reek and sentenced for two years omerset Grippe Is sweeping the country Stop It with Preventlcs before It gets eeply seated To check early colds with theso lIttlo Candy Cold Cure ablets Is surely sensible and safe reventlcs contain no Quinine no ixativo nothing harsh or would never appear If early colds were brOKen Also Jtood for Large box tit tablets 25 cents Vest pocket boxes cents Sold by Pennys Drug Store The State Reform school at is over crowded and there is no- rJom for any more of the States bad boys at present +This May You No ono Is Immune from kldnpy trou hIe so just remember that Inlays ildnoy Cure will stop the ties and cure tny case of kidney and ladder trouble that is not beyond tho roach of medicine Pennys Drug It is not expected that the Congress will pass a bill interstate to districts j j Ia jI eH ii 25 to 50c For our 25 and 50c 75c and up We are offering we are now the red 75c and over for ijs low of J Z 01 ice E flAIN STREET I The Interior Journal PoitOjfice ttxmddait J00 YEAR CASH TABLEc JOSS Agent Lumber K- yRhode Island Reds pensMra Jesse Sweeney Livery Lancaster Ky CARTER Depot STANFORDKENTUCKY PRICESurgeon Dentist ftTANFORD KENTUCKY McRoberts rthe Building Years Agency50 Insuring Nothing Companies Represented Jesse Wearen STANFORD JLBeazleyCo Undertakers MattingaRugs exchange Furniture STANFORD KENTUCKY McClary Undertaker Embalmer Harness Saddlery STANFORD 5c MEMORIAM Maywood heavenly Patiently Neglected Threaten ventilation safeguards maintained changeable neglected diphtheria Chamberlains preparation pneumonia druggists penItentiary JournalI sickening neumonla promptly fcverlshchUdren Lexington Interest irrcgularl StoreIipreventing anspprtation prohibition regular papers ulously Papers price asking icyW sold from tO thatI GXHH40fWS aaiivilleIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Stuart Parks aged 29 died after a brief illness at Pcrryville Charles Pates an exConfederate soldier and a good citizen is dead in Jci enmino aged 65 Lewis Bradley aged 65 years wa found dead in his bed at the home of his son in Whitley county Price Irvine an L N freight brakeman was killed by his train at Altamont His home was at Winches terA dispatch from Poplar lilt Casey county says The flock of turkeys of W B McQuasy was stolen and placed in the Rich Hill church to await a sale Contractor Willson drilling a water well for the London Waterworks Com pany on the East side of town struck a strong flow of gas at a depth of about 500 feet While hurrying to a fire at Richmoct one of the fire horses dropped dead The occupants of the fire wagon were thrown in several directions but no body was badly hurt Whisky people of Richmond have lost out in their contention for an other local option election The Circuit Court refused to reverse tho denial of the County Court to hold another election to undo the work of July 1 1907 claim ing that it had no jurisdiction and that the County Courts decree was final There will be no local option election for three year- sChronic Constipation Cured One who suffers from chronic con stipation Is in danger of many seri ous ailments Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation at It aids digestion and stimulates the the liver and bowels restoring tbf natural action of the e organs Commence taking It today and you will feel better at once Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate of gripe and Is very pleasant to take Ilefuso substitutes Pennys Drug- Store The Madison County Board ofControl of the Burley Tobacco Society sued the following farmers in Circuit Court at Richmond J E Beagan for 2600 Ru fus Jenkins for 400 and Laurence Tudor for 200 The petitions charge breach of contract and allege that the men sued led their crops and after ward sold independently Stop that tickling Cough Dr Shoops Cough Cure will surely stop It and with perfect safety It Is so thoroughly harmless that Dr Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else oven with very young babies The whole some green leaves and stems of a lung heallngmountalmusshrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Snoops Cough Cure It calms tho cough and heals tho sensitive bronchial mem branes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or sup press Demand Dr Shoops Take no other Pennys Drug 8tOl0i Two of the Negroes who made their from the Versailles jail were captured at Vanarsdall station in Mercer county For Rheumatic Sufferers The quick relief from pain afforded by applying Chamberlains Pain llulm makes it a favorite with auJTerers from rheumatism sciatica lure back lum baJo and deep seated and muscular pains For sale by all druggists INSURANCEFire icoldont None but the HTHONOKHT and IKHT Companies Represented Lowest Pos Ibla Rates Guaranteed Loss Paying flee rd Unequalled Talk with VIAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS V DESIGNSflrfl c Anyone sen fling a sketch and description may quickly as ree u IsprohttilrpatpptnM Commanlcn on Patent ogyalontPatenttprrlal notlci without charge lathe Scientific Jlitierican A handsomely lllnitrlnd weekly Jarlet fir culatton of any clenUaa 1oumalJerm13 a air l fourtaomu L CO301nroadwat New York branch Office CJ V 8U Washlomon V ji t f R rIt tlf FARM FOR SALE Klnr gsIllIy1M acres one front rnllromlitntlon About a acre cltarI til tttlnncn good toUtcco land wlivnclenrvt Hood farm house and tock bnrnfmiiio itu lor tobacco tarn nil ready to put up rient water young orchard nun growth of Umber Jlut Iw lolil J U 0117I Klngivllti Ky McKINNEY MARILE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Ik nler In and inuuufnctnrvra of Intuit and Marble Monument KIritCMn Work at IliiuonnWo Jrlc4l Oltlco and Works McKinney Ky Bhop closed on Hnturxlo 10 REWARD I Ior the nrrcst and conviction of any ilrIOII trepn lnguponin fnrin day or nlnlit 01 doing Injury to stock In truranni thu pub tic or Injury to stock from tin lands of other people This reward refers ti spectatJU Onrpentcr GILIERT CREEK IARGAIN STORE Take no ones word for It but come and see sold nt reduced i Men and ladle Underwear and IlubbenMens and lIoysHults at rout I will be very grate tot for your luuronuiie- D JHM1T1I GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when then it 10 little difference In the price of ready- made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced taller I have handsome line of HprlngA Hummer goods Ian make from II low price business suit to Ihenneitdrosssult Overcoats Tron trs and Kancy Vests The company rvp resent U second to none UOHUILIYTheTnllor Mtanfurd Ky POSTED We whose names appear below strlctl forbid bunting tuning or kind of tres passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full silent of the law Din 1l alter Warren Jlrs Irs Matlle Mary White Muugsoultrea Tlnsley Hpoonnuior Run I Martin M K Lawrence llmiben Uurtls JH Ilocker J M 1ettui T A Ulce OhanpellOrwnAmandt Hcboefter JI Holticlaw HastyIUMriJK Iulliaiu Peter Itnlenor Mrs Katherine Ador Mei ert 1axion thloyd0Itannon- JamaNCah J Kevin Carter U M Mark Joseph BalloUi Mrs Jill Hnlnes 1MUanenlrh UrJ1Carpenter yin Itelwccn U W I Martin JIITbonpaonT- homaaherrlll Jas ItHkldmore David llurton J U Hunch C luchardson Krnit Miss MaUl Hewes nitIl1l1rosVr- Od ViinOruengun H KOiilm Allwrt VonOruengnn A T 1Iflor- 1lburn hooch N It Iluiiiiner Kml llnuiniinn Hlchnrd heater Ow Dunn Henry Hester WOnoyd Will flatter NunnelluyJ J IJnrvis J W HuURhnmn J K llruiU J U Hpnttt larocIltnlllJohnDun Trsylor Mrs N II loodo O H Tate David Htovuns John Jufer It U Durham WO Rout OotllbOlleU Km Hnndorf Adeline tnilg Ohrlstlan Jneou J J Thottp u- uCentral Kentucky Real Estate ftdiiiiijje TITUS CO No 140 notes on the Wnyncsburit pike tear HlKhlnndfiroom house barn nnuoth er orclmrd Tills proper ty Is near churchand schoolhousu is worth the yleji- No 2IGncres2nilieaHouth of Drub Or hunt on tho Htnte rood has u twostory louse good lamb orchard and Is well water rd about 1m itcroM of thin land Is luttom land und produces tine crops A ImrKiiln at- il0tl K cush balance in 0110 mid two years No 8 lltfncreson HuolcCrcek near WilY lusburg lrooin house burn ami other out ulldlnusi plenty of water Cash price fi ilabNo1IO9neres near Level Green Hook astlo county Ky This furiu has u now y dory frame would cot to build now JUM good NUll crib Ac locuttxl near parch und school This Is n nlco homo and COli bought for J per ecru y cash ro nalnder Iiil2 months No OlCi acres udlolnliiK tho move farina 100 ncros In cIIUlvnl onwollhigoflrpomsr- ood barn and otltoroutbuMtlhtgs nice or iliuril OneofthulKstsiirlirgslu the coun- tY Irlco IiOO hull cal Imlanuo und 2 rears No S211 acres adjoining farms NoIanti 1H acres In cultivation Imlunco in tim 1Ir Qotxl white oak hickory nnd tome lino eilur line 2 story lOll limn and orch nnt woll watered rush price flMW- No 7 ZSUncres nenr MnretsburK 1lrocrus In cultivation goal dwellliiK house fart and necessary outbuildings line water md school church unit II U station Price 11W4 cash balance in one tad two years No 11l3neroa on Drakes Creek 3 mile rout Ornb Orchard This tarot adjoins tho pIke and Is u part of thu oleo Krans farm Thb ultne lund and In Rood condition nil leceiftary buildings This U u bargain lit 80 per acre No 1975 acres near Stanford ICy In bulldUtgslutcnn nearlyluorthusnllil meadow very ooddwollinghouse nnw uirn and other lIngs on county road miles from Utirea College Oush price I- M For full particulars In regard to nil tho bovo farms too or wrlto L K Hughes or nines I White Mtnntonl Ky irt t We Want To Buy Life In surance Policies 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 edReference Banks of Somerset Somerset Real Estate Agencyt Somerset Ky Just received big line of these Call and sco the merits in them oerIany thing oleo on the market GEO II FAHKIS Ia r7aiLoiw tank Stanford Jty Oryanixett JSS2 Cnpllnlslotk ofSfJ 000 Jurptut andndiuided IProfitt Sff OOO Jai paid in Dividends since Organization S2f 500fytt ta 7ffiif Jfccounts on Our Tffarits OFFICERS DIRECTORS IresldenhF Reid J II Uaughman J S Ilocker D Hlmore J M Peltus S T Harrif Viceltetdent S 11 Haughman J F Cummins John j McKoberts CashierS T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Mocker H C Baughman Atst CashrC E Tate the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JD PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Ovvaloy Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Goo W Carter Stanford John 13 Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford Wk 0 Walk er Slanfortf J H Paxton Stanford W II Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Ouminius PrcachorsvilloLill urii Gooch Gilberts Creek J