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I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 3 1908 NO1 IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Mrs J S Young who died on Jan 21 1003 Dear dear mother I loved her soIAnd now she la lying under the snow Under tho snow so cold and white I can not see or be with her lonIRhtI Sho Is quiet and still at lost ah me How busy and restless t ho used to be But now she can never como up through tho snow Dear dear mother I loved hot so 1 Dear dear mother I miss her so All through the day where ever I go All thro tho night how lonely it seen For no mother I find when I wake tram my dreams 1 miss nil tho weary hours I mist her aa others miss sunshine and f showers- Day time or night time whero era I go Dear dear mother I miss her so Dear dear mother she has gono fron mo now Never again to sooth my sorrowful faci Never to clasp mo In loving embrace And now my forehead grows wear with care- Thinking of dear dear mother and tho empty chair Dear dear mother when tho blasts shall call And gives mo tho summons that come to us all When my feet touch tho waters so dart and so cold And I catch my first glimpse of the City of Gold Ill keep my eyes fixed on the hcavcnlj gateI Over tho tide where the white robed ones wait Shall I know you I wonder among thnt bright hover Will you beckon mo over Oh dear darling mother 7 Her daughter MRS T N BUTT A weak Stomach means weak Stom ach nerves always And this is also true of tho Heart and Kidneys Its B pity that sick ones continuo to drug tho Stomach or stimulate tho Year and Kidney Tho weak nerves not tho organs themselves need this help This explains why Dr Snoops lies toratlve has and Is promptly holpluj so many sick ones It goes direct to the cause of those diseases Test this vital truth and see 1ennys Drug Store Same old result When tho Courier Journal starts out to purity the Dem ocratic party It succeeds In electing a Republican It helped do this In 1805 and Bradley was elected It f helped again In 1KK5 and 1897 am Deboo was elected It helped purify tho party in tho nation In 1896 and McKinley was elected It has assistc again In 1903 anti Bradley wins Ant yet It unblushlngly says that It III only when tho Democracy follows Its t v lead that It la successful To hel with such leadership Frankfort Jour nal If you have Catarrh rid yourself or this repulsive disease Ask Dr Shoop of Raoino Wls to mall you free t It1I111 box of hly Dr Shoops Catarrl A simple single tort wll surely tell you a Catarrh truth wol worth your knowing Write today Dont suitor longer Pennys Drug Store L Tho Senate witnessed an unusual scene when two Senators with Indian blood In their veins Owen and Curtis engaged in a sharp debate over Mr Owens effort to have tho word late placed before tho designation of the t fives civilized tribes Mr Curtis said Mr Owen as an Indian was still un t der tho control of the Secretary of the Interior This remark was bitterly re rented The Lucky Quarter Is tho ono you pay out for a box ol livings Now Life Pills They bring j1Dr the health thats more pea loos jewels Try them for headache biliousness constipation and malaria If thoy disappoint you tho price will bo cheerfully refunded at Pennys Drug Store The statement of tho New York clearing houso banks for tho past week shows that tho banks hold 292G267 more than tho requirements of tho 25 per cent reserve rule This is a de crease of 3265875 In tho proportion ate cash reserve as compared with the previous week Bost Healer In the World Rev F Starblrd of East Raymond Maine says I have used Bucklons Arnlciv Salvo for several years on my old army wound and other obstinate sores und find It tho host healer In the world I use It too with great success In my veterinary business It Prlco25c at Pennys Drug Store Mrs Mary Anno well nged 102 is dead In Ballard coupty OITENHEIM A general epidemic of grip Is going tho rounds In this section and seems lo- bo no rcspcctor of person ns but very few are escaping T N Butt Is through sawing at hls present stand and will begin to mov d3wn near Henry James place At 8 oclock Tuesday night Mr John McKinney breathed his last Mr McKinney had been afflicted with canes for three years lie had tried doctor and various remedies with no success During tho last two months ho had men confined to his bed and had grad ually declined Deceased was 55 years old nnd had been most unfortunate afflicted nil his life His father dIed when ho was a mere child and whit yet a small boy ho accidentally got an eye knocked out and a few years niter he was married ho lost tho sight of tho other eye by tho growth of a cataract anti hence for nearly 30 years ho has been totally blind And thuswe see ho has been bearing up under two nflllc tlons for some time But Tuesday night tho Lord saidUThou hast suffered enough thou hast borne It all patiently and without a murmur Como up high er and receive a crown of ever asttnf life where there is no blindness Icancers nor worldly afflictions Mr Mc KInney leaves a wife and five children lie joined tho Christian church and was baptized a number of years ago Eld J G Livingston preached tho funcra In tho presence of a largo crowd or friends and relatives and tho remains were laid to rcstin tho James burying ground Garrulous Tho story of tho creation was told In seven hundred and nlnctyeight words Tho ten commandments embodying the basic principles of all law human and divine only required two hundred nnd ninetynine words to make It plain to the people The Lords Irayer which served as all tho law and the gospel for the entire Christendom has fiftynine words In its telling Tho whole human side of the nature of the Divine Master is told in two words The story of a conquest of a continent is told by Cae liar in three words Tho chronicle of ono of tho greatest naval victories recorded In tho worlds history is told In nine words Governor Willsons extraordinary hiessago to tho General Assembly contains over eleven thousand words and when it is read and carefully di Rested tho ordinary mind is left in a quandary as to whether the snake that crossed the track was going North or coming back Ho takes no positive stand except that ho assumes the purely Republican position that the Governor Is tho czar of the State and tho General Assembly has no power to do anything except what tho Gov ernor wants Governor WHIson Is getting to be garrulous old granny Frankfort Journal Given roDuo II Spiegel 1201 N Virginia St Kvansvlllc Ind writes For over live years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused mo much pain und worry I lost flesh und was all run down anda your ago had to abandon work entirely I had thmi of the beet physicians who did mo no good and I was practically given up to dlo Foloys Kidney Cure was recommended acid the first bottle gave nte groat relief and after taking the second bottle Iwasentlrolycured Why not lot It help you Pennys Drug Storm Fish brlno is the cure for strong drink administered by Lexingtons Police Judge John J Riley Judge Riley says that a drunkard who tins swallowed a quantity of fish brine loses Isle taste for whisky and now when a prisoner is brought before him in a drunken condition ho gives him tho alternative of going to tho workhouse or drinking n pint of fish brine In some cases tho prisoner prefers tho workhouse but a few havo taken the fraught and Judge Riley says none havo como back tho second time Notice To Our Customers Wo are pleased to announce that Foloys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and limp trouble IsnotafTcctedby tho National Puro Food and Drug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and wo recommend it zeqsafe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store 4 This Is Worth Remembering DWhqnover you havo a cough orcold just remember that Foloys Honoy and 1ar will euro it Do not risk your liealth by taking any but the genuine It Is in a yellow package Pennys Drug StorefMax Gibbs a Minneapolis crank who ravels constantly carries with him a coffin he bought a number of years ago and which ho desires to be buried in NEWS NOTES W T Hodges a wealthy Davies county farmer was killed by his tear running away Since tho great fire of 1900 building permits to tho amount of 9700000 have been issued in San Francisco Henry Loomis Nelson a professor In Williams College and former editor ol Harpers Weekly died of heart disease Mrs Evelyn Thaw said there was no tenth In tho rumors that proceeding were In contemplation for tho annulment of hor marriage to Harry K ThawAbout 35000 acres of timber lands In Northern California have been acquires by capitalists from New York one Pennsylvania Tho deal involves 500000IGiuseppe Alia the slayer of Father Leo pleaded not gnllty to the charge of murder when arraigned at Denver Sat urday His trial was set for Monday March 9 Tho Norfolk and Western railway of ficials havo announced that tho mat ter of spending 2000000 in Improve meats on tho Pocahontas division has been abandoned Baroness Paulino WallhofenLucca tho famous Austrian singer died a Vienna of cancer Sho was born In 1811 From 1872 to 1874 she traveled In tho United States Near Evelyn Leo county a pitched battle ensued and James Bowles and John Hamilton were Instantly killed Richard Spicer was badly wounded and Is reported to be dying Dispatches to tho mercantile agen cies Indicate that improvement continues although progress is slow and tho conservatism of buyers confines con tracts to Immediate needs Thomas Gregory of Shelby county claims he was driven to drink by threat ening letters sent by night riders Ho lis 70 years old and was In tho police court for drunkenness for the first time A dynamite bomb was thrown at the carriago of President Alcorta of Argentine while he was driving in tho streets of Buenos Ayres Tho bomb failed to explode Four arrests were madeThe indictment against Judge Peter S Grosscup of Chicago and four oth er directors of an electric railway charging manslaughter because of an accident last August was quashed at Charleston III A number of wealthy residents of Coltma latex have chartered a steam er and will go out from the port of Manzanlllo to see tho American battleship fleet pass on its way from Callao to Magdalena Bay Despondent nnd ashamed over the fact that he had been discharged from a position ho held for 22 years Ernst Eugene Meier chief clerk in tho Ger man Consulate at Cincinnati committed suicide by shooting himself- A back tax suit against the Burley Tobacco Society on an alleged omission on a valuation of 100000000 on the pooled crops of 1905 and moo was filed at Winchester by M P Reborn rev enuo agent for tho State at large John McGregor County Commissioner at Indianapolis was arrested on an Indictment charging him with conspiracy to defraud and with accepting a bribe The arrest was mado while Mr McGregor was lying ill at a hotel Ed Turner of Breathitt county was hanged In the county jail at Chatta nooga Ho went to tho scaffold without a tremor Turner killed his wife Lillian Turner on the side of Lookout Mountain on the afternoon of April 2 1907William Rock a farmer living near Paducah was robbod of 175 by masked men who pretended to be night riders Ho was taken from his homo tad whipped after the money that he received for his tobacco crop had been taken from him J P Pope a conductor of the Central Kentucky Traction Company was fined 75 and costs at Versailles for a violation of the separate coach law in failing to require colored passengers to ride in tho compartment of a trolley sac set apart for Negroes Tho New York grand jury which has been Investigating tho affairs of tho Provident Savings Life Assurance Society returned two indictments against E R Thomas and ono against 0 F Thomas charging them with misdemeanors in violation of the State insurance law No Use To Die I havo found out that there is no to die of lung trouble as long as you can got Dr Kings New Disnov ery says MrsT P White of Rush toro Pa I would not bo alive tp lay only for that wonderful medicine It loosens up a cough quicker than anything else and cures lung disease Ivan attar tho easels pronouneedhopo- less This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds lagrippe asthma Bronchitis and hoarseness is sold un del guarantee at Pennys Drug Store We and 81 Trial bottle free HUSTONVILLE Miss Julia Stagg is on the sick list but we hope to bee her out again soon Regular meeting with work by Masonic Lodge Friday March 13at 2 P M All brothers cordially Invited to attend Although an opportunity for some years has been at hand yet the dense Ignorance of some smart people in this West End regarding postal affairs would fill a volume The Ladles Auxiliary to the C W B M will meet Thursday with Mrs Wm Myers at 2 P A cordial Invitation is extended to all interested In tho Masters work There will bo tho usual services at tho Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and night Morning subject A Shadow on the Heart of Jesus Evening Look on Us Mr V B Morse and wife have re turned from Quincy Kywhere they were called on account of the fatal ill ness of Mr Morses brother who was an old resident of Lewis county- A rural route road inspector will go over the proposed extension from here this month and if the road is in condition required by tho department the extension will bo granted and serjjcc put on at an early date A fine sermon by Rev J F Bennett Sunday was the verdict of a large audience Bro Bennetts tendering his resignation to take effect May 1 was quite a surprise and cause of regret to many members of the church Tho impromptu hop in tho dining room of Hotel Wcatherford Friday eve ning was well attended and greatly enjoyed Several couples from neighbor- Ing towns attended Tho lunch was a happy adjunct to an evening long to be remembered Tho combination sale of horses mules and jacks here on March 25 and 26 seems from tho numerous entries and nquiries to have struck the flood tide hat leads on to fortune Their entries already exceed their fondest ex icctations and still they come The determination on the part of ome of our citizens to Increase our population Is shown by the following events ast week Born to the wife of Chas jutes a ninepound boyCharles Jr to the wife of Walter Lucas a 10pound girl to tho wile of E L Lear a 112 pound girl to the wife of Mack Elliott win girls all well The railroad surveying corps has cached Liberty and will level up their trades from there to their starting point on their return this week Col then is in Cincinnati conferring with contractors to whom iltho completed survey will be submitted and to get bids on same The other survey will be nude immediately The bill before tho Legislature creasing the amount for road purposes prom 25c to 40c on tho hundred dollars was doubtless suggested by the recent ruling of the department at Washington Tor tho betterment of all roads traveled by rural letter carriers This bill should have tho hearty support of the nearly TOO carriers in the State as well as their patrons Several routes have been dis ontlnuedon account of road conditions and complaints from the carriers may auso others to bo discontinued Rev J F Bennett the new pastor of tho Christian church has not only proved himself a scholar of exceptional ly rare attainments but an orator of mperior address with a magnetism and heart so thoroughly imbued with the ove of Christ and His work that it reaches the hearts oven on the backseats Ills social qualities have Ingratiated hint with all classes ho has so far net Unfortunately ho doesnt measure up to tho physical standard of a few who estimate a gem more by its in trinsic qualities but the prevailing and outspoken expression is that we have Irawn a prize His wife Is a splendid hurch worker and lecturer of ability and a vocalist of culture Health Coffee is really tho closest 3oTeo Imitation ever yet produced Chis the finest Coffee Substitute over nado has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wls Not a gain of real Coffee Is in it either lealth Coffee is made from pure toasted cereals with malt nuts etc teally it would fool an expert who night drink it for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made in a minute SBYS the doctor Pennys Drng Store Massachusetts republicans will hold heir State convention in Boston April 10 to elect delegates to tho Chicago convention Grippe is sweeping tho country Stop It with Provontlcs before it gets eeply seated To check early colds with these little Candy Cold Cure ablets is surely sensible and safe Seventies contain no Quinine no axatlvo nothing harsh or Sickening nqumonla would never appear if ear Iy colds were promptly broKen Also tooll for feverlshchlldren Large box JR tablets 25 cents Vest pocket boxes cents Sold by Pennys Drug Store ft S1IMQ CutPrice Sale I All Winter Goods Must Be Sold Regardless of CosttIn order to make room for the large stock of Spring Goods that is to come in soon 820 Mens Suits cut to 1308 1750 l 1248 1500 II II 1148 1250 048 4 1000 II rcc 748 750 II II II 408 S586 II 81500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 1098i1250cc I tg 848 1000cc 608 750 850II II II 4 08 500 3 600cc II 348 500 Mens Craviuette Rain Coats Cutto 1008 1250cc U II II 898 1000 II II II 648 B4 Mens High Cut Shoes cut to 348 8350 liens High Cut Shoes cut to S298 83 Mens High Cut Shoes cut rho above arc only a few of the Bargains we have for ou1Come in and sce what we have SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Huts Caps La dies and Gents J Furnishings Etc TO HOUSEKEEPERS I II The Standard Oil Cos INCORPORATED v frI Celebrated Lamp Oil i rIFUPROOFTtGives a PERFECT LIGHT and is su perior in every respect to the SoCall ed Fancy Oils for which you payIconvincedIFor sale by uptodate dealers Ij jjOafS1 65e per bushel I W H HIGGINS I x KentuckyL IITHE 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 B Co WALTON JOHN J MOSER II a candidate for Jailor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the emocraUo patty MBRUCE It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Uemocrn pany JAMES C HAYS Ii candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democrn party D C ALLEN II a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln cou ly subject to the action of the Democrat nurty DINK FARMER Is acandldntefortheIornocrntlc nomln tlon for Jailor of subject to the action of the democratic partyI J W FOLEYIIi a candidate for party t subject to the action of democratloI Democratic Ticket For United States Senator J C W BKCKHAM OF course wo arc disappointed at Got Beckhams defeat for U S Senator Wo supported him in the primary and since his nomination wo have done what we could to bring about his elec tion Were it to do over again we would try even harder to insure his nomination and election In short we have nothing to take back If we have made enemies byl our course we rejoice in It The INTERIOR JOURNAL Is private property It caters to no clique and is controlled by no set of men It is democratic at any and all times For 35 years its editors have worked in season and out for the democratic part and it will continue to do so as long as its present management continues It has no patience with nor use for bolt era in county races nor at Frankfort and it proposes to fight that treacherous class as long as it is able to do EC The defeat of Gov Ueckham is due to the treachery of that kind of cattle and it is merely the beginning of what they want to do They remain in the democratic party in order to better knife democratic nominees They are a dangerous lot and should be watched like snakes Write down in your memor the names of the bolters you know keep an eye on them and mark our word for it youll find that for treachery they cant be equaled This year a Congressman is to be elected and next year county officers are voted for Den orats of Lincoln and every other county in the State should be careful that no bolter nor even a bolter sympathize be permitted to carry democracys bar nerIT thatis generally Caleb Powers whether cr not he is set free will be one of the strongest contestant for the republican nomination for Con gress and should he indicate that he wants the honor there is little doubt but that ho would have a walkover Friends of Powers in this city his home are already boosting him for the Congressionalnomination and that hi name will be considered is shown by the fight for the local places 6n the committees Powers backers claim the Corbin meeting is premature and doubt the legalitylof the call says a Barbour ville dispatch What was the wood chucks remark before taking its flight TUB Advocate now speaks of Mis representative Lillard as a bolter However its editors Messrs Embry and Richardson heartily applauded tfoylea misfit when he refused to vote for Gov Beckham after he had told hundreds of people that he was for the democratic nominee first last and all the time If the Advocate had con demned Lillards course from the start instead of condoning it by silence it is probable that the fellow would nothave fallen to the last depths of disgrace politically speaking ON the 39th ballot ExGov William OConnell Bradley was elected U S Senator Friday Those arch traitors E W Lillard of Boyle and McNutt Mueller and Charlton voted for him thus ending the longdrawn out contest As the men who made certain Mr Bradleys election were elected by democrats ourreaders can imagine the contempt in which they are held by their constituency To sheol with such a layout ExGov BECKHAM by his defeat may T33 shelved for a time but he will come again There is no such thing as keep ing down aman who would set aside a seat in the U S Senate rather than make friends with the whisky and beer trusts Principletto Gov Beckham is greater than triumph and office and w honor him because of It TilE Louisville Herald in order to make Mr Bradley look like a man in his picture with Mrl Beckham stands him on a stool and even at that he looks second best in the cut TUB election of exGov Bradley as U S Senator is a signal victory for the whisky men Certainly the republicans- can not claim the credit for It DECLARING that he will be a freeman in a few months Caleb Powers has sent a letter to his friends in the Eleventh District announcing that will seek the nomination for Congress there He says that Gov Willson will see the light before many weeks have passed and that he is certain to be ro leased when the petition is received by the Governor and Willson sees its scope Powers adds that ho wants the nomination to be settled between Congressman Edwards and himself in a convention and not in a primary He says that ho would have to borrow money for a primary entrance fee Now what do you think of that WE have received a number of letters from Boyle county democrats ask- Ing us to show Misrepresentative EV Lillard up in the true light but we decline the task First place our contempt for bolters is too great and secondly the game is not worth the ammunition The Advocate knows the situation and will of course treat Its readers to a complete resume of It telling in detail the cause of Lillards shift from one party to another change of heart breach of promise etc etc ALL honor to Senator R L Hubbl and Representative W H Shanks who stuck to Gov Beckhbm as long as his name was before tho Legislative body Lincoln county people in general are proud of such citizens and democrats After Gov Beckhams name had been withdrawn Mr Hubble voted for Sena tor McCreary and Mr Shanks for Hon I A Sullivan of Madison THE Cincinnati Enquirer says tha some republicans want Gov Willson to appoint E W Lillard the socalle democrat who elected ExGov Bradle Senator adjutant general and the governor had better do It Lillard we are told wanted the office under Gov Beckham who refused him Lilian had the last say and did it to Beckham THE Torchlight a Negrorepublica paper printed at Danville prints Mis representative E W Lillards picture and speaks of him as the greatest ever Ephraim is a bully boy with a glass eye with the republican party just now but it wont last long The rod have no use for traitors and hence do not need the Boyle county turnover IN a speech at Jackson Miss Hon W J Bryan referred to the four bolt ers who elected Bradley as embezzler of power and declared that the em bezzler Qf power is a worse malefacto than the man who embezzles money Seems to us that Mr Bryans view of the matter is the correct one EDUCATE the South to oppose prohi bition was the sentiment voiced at the annual neeting at New Orleans of the Southern Brewers Association Am why not also add educate them to vote the republican ticket POLITICAL It is almost certain that the county unit bill will not become a law Tart and Fairbanks clubs were or anzefi by Clark county republicans last week Former Mayor Henry T Duncan of Lexington has announced himself a andidato for County Judge Wu Ting Fang the new Minister from China to the United States has arrived in San Francisco He will probably remain there a few days before saving for the East Missouri republicans in convention at St Louis indorsed Secretary Taft for president and Herbert S Hadley for overnor Delegates were elected to- tho National Convention and instructed for Taft Duke A Ruddy who was an Independent candidate for Representative from Mason county at the special election forgot to specify his place of resi dence in his petition and was ruled off- the ballot It was rumored in Washington that it was the fixed purpose of the Independence League to nominate Theodore Roosevelt for President on the platform outlined at the Hearst convention In Chicago last week The House Committee on Banking and Currency authorized Chairman owler to report the Fowler curren cy bill to the House with the recommendation that it pass Many changes have been made in the bill I cannot see where the selection of- Mr Bradley will have any effect on ational politics but I consider it a great misfortune said William Jennings Bryan when told that ExGov radley had been elected Senator I The Democrats of Clark county organized a Bryan club with J Smith Hays president C B Fox vice pres- Ident Capt A T Strother secretary and J H Evans treasurer The resolution adopted approve the action of Senator EC ton and Representative Hunter for their support of Beckham for enatorThe Executive Committee of the Twelfth judicial district met at heibyvilte and ca l d a primary election for Saturday June 20 to select a aminee for Circuit Judge in that district to fill out the unexpirqd term of Judge R Frank Peak who resigned weral months ago and was succeeded by Judge Charles I Marshall who was appointed by Gov Beckham w IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Fred Watts a prominent farmer of Jessamine ia dead aged 74 Jesse T Hill has been appoInted postmaster at Alpine Pulaskl county and Susie Pennington at Dory Clay countyWilliam Russell a wellknown far mer who resided at Stewart beyond dead at his home last weekIThe case of Robert Boyd for killing James Sparks at London will likely go to the jury this morning Saturday and yesterday were devoted to speaking- A Harrodsburg dispatch says H C Bright secretary of the Danvlllo Fair was hero yesterday consulting with President Bonta and Secretary Ens minger of the Harrodsburg Fair look ing to the consolidation the two and the holding of a joint fair in August If the plan goes through the first three days will be held at Danville and then all will move to Harrodsburg for three days They say it can be made a big thing in that way Orino Laxatlye Fruit Syrup Is a new remedy an Improvement on tho laxatives of former years as It does not gripe or nauseate and is pleasant to take It Is guaranteed Pennys Drug Store The head of Fred Dolph was blown off with a shot gun while he was asleep at Clinton la and his wife has been placed under arrest Fire at Owensboro destroyed the Robinson Veneer Works entailing a loss of 45000 Three hundred and cighl buildings were destroyed by fire in Tampa Fla Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Ii Office Great Athletic Entertain merit v 0 are At Waltons JI Opera House Stanford Friday Night I r t March 6th Land Posted 1 Notice le hereby glen totlia pUbllo that Intuits will be pun lbdttvallyno Home In Middleburg For Sale I with to fell privately the house and lot In Middleburg Casey county known HI the liana Cowan iiropurty Till house ti n one story frmna good condition necessary outhouses and lot contains ROUt mi acre Two wells on tho place Hpleiulld ecliool In town and the several denomina lion have creditable churches Fur further particular write to me OPPror Turl1ernllll Ky argo forexaminaiion oricicntltlea i r nit eyes by uptonlute mvthodi IV icrlptionalaup ground toordnrt ivt In AllY siylu frRlllo or mountings work and material Kunratitrvd salthtotor elmrues modenUo l rlllftlUmtllIOllIht In Olitral Telephone Ky L C IONVKLL Graduated Opto- awtryatPAIN pain In the hfadt41n nrwhere balltllllnM Pain cotivtstlon Wvln It blood rrrsureaolhtn else usually Irait so IAn Dr Bhoop snd yrove It he ins crewed aUltle pink tablet The tabletcalled Dr 8haps lksdacbe Tablet roan blood w from In mates lu effect aclarmtngp1eaSpITdellghtfuI llentl1 though solely U surety cttt Utloo If you tare a headache Iti blood pressure If painful Periods with women tame noel If you are sleepless restless n rrciu Its blood contMtlon bloal prcssur That surely U a Dr Shoopi headache Tablets ltoPetrlAlntJlor and the tablets dmPIT dlurlbut tho mmatnral blood pressure Bruise flncer and donsat It ret red aneS well aDd pain your Of courw It does Its rntlon blood crmura Youll find U where pain U It s simply Common Hense we aril cent wd cheetiulljr reoomtcats Dr SHoops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STORE Guaranteed Cure for Constipation After watching results for sixtee years during which time many millions of bottles were sold and thousands 01 letters from users were received the originators of Dr Cnld wells Syrup Pep compoundfeeldiseases of the stomach liver and bow els such as chronic constipation dyspepsia iqdigestion biliousness fate lency sour stomach bloated stomach hcartburnctc There U an absolute gnat LicWmeforFor Ixteen years this remedy has been ftO ommended for stomach liter sad bowel com plalnti and the tact that each year more an4 score families are uilng U proven that U has th merit claimed fort and the letten we are ctantly rccelTlna prores that It Ii curing ties- diseases Hence the guarantee U Justified Mr Alston of Iloynton L T eonslden Dr Caldwells Syrup 1cpiln the best laxaUTO tonIc on the market because to use hU own words It does sit you claim for Iliad I do not know o another medicine of Ita kind that does Mn Williams of Sidney III writes that she baa used It In bar home all her married life an would not keep house without lu Thousands of others have written to the same eCeu If hue any comptaintfor which Drr pld wells Syrup Pepsin Ii recommended go to Jour druggist and get a JO cent or II bottle Take on the baM that we guarantee satisfaction You will and It gentle In action and pleasant In taste It works promptly and and unlike purgative waters lalts and cathartic powderso pills does not gripe and leave you feeling wed and torn It U safe to say that you will like sod uie It regularly when you hue call fore laxative It is especially suited to children aDd weak people because of Its gentle action FREE TEST wellistrapPep ttY effarIne can hire s Ire ample bottle sent to thtlr horn ey iddmtlarttit company lull ilwIi to prove tile rtmcdy do si claim and Is only ooft to those bare revs taken It Send for It If you line any lymptomi of itomach liver or towel disease Gantlttt yet most effective laxative for ehlMren women and old folks guaranteed permanent home cure THE PUBLIC VERDICT rfo Laxative si Good and sure at CALOWELLS SYRUP PEPIN TMl product heart purf guarantee No WatUngbn O PEPSIN SYRUP CO 118 Cnldwell Bldg Montloollo III Central Kentucky Real Estate Exdianf lie TITLE co No lO acres on the Waynoiburg pike near Highland S room house barn and OUI or orchard Thai property ontbulllllnl1hlllcO lohoolhouso la well wortb the price IIrfM No2I miles Month of Crab Or liunlou tlio Htate road has n twostory mule good tarn orchard and U well water 00 about 100 acres of tide land Is bottom and and produces due crop A bargain at Afuo K cash In one and two year No s118 acres on hunk Greek i near Way teaburg 4room house barn IIn other out lulldlntfs plenty of water Cash price ff uoNo1OSacrea near Level Orcen hock instle county This farm bOlo now J tory frnntehouewmtdcoulto build now good burn crib do located near church and school This Ii n nice home and con bo bought for HO per acre i4 cash re nalnder In It month No tltd acres adjoining tha above farm 00 ncros In oft rooms good burn unit other outbuildings nice or hard One of thu county Price f500 half cash balance I nUll 2 rears No 6 sal acres adjoining farms NOl nnd IU acres In cultivation balance In tint jor Good white oak hickory and some fine ednr line Xitory log huso and good orch trd well watered Uaih price tVW- No 7 iVJiicres near Slaretiburg KylM acre In cultivation good dwvllliiK house jam and necessary outbuildings rote water md school church and H It itatlon Irlcu wicash balance In ono and two years Notanacres on Prakojs from Orob Orehllrll adjoin th8 pike and Is n part of tho Oeo Evans farm his Is line land mid In good condition all lecetsary buildings Thl Is a bargain at- SQ per acre No lol ncrctiiienr Stanford Ky ln nlco hope bUlllllnKote- clln he bought worth the money No KSI4 acres near Conway Ky nearly all of this faro Is bottom land one for corn IIl1d meadow very good dwelling house new bllrn and other buildIng on county road mllu trout Heron College ti- SM For full particulars In regard to all the boys farms see or write U R Hughes or nines I White Stanford Ky i I adiesFootWear There has never been a season when the styles of Womens Shoes have been so beau J tiful and perfect as this Of course Blacks Are Al i ways Good And this will indeed beJA Season of Brown I We invite you to see our Low Shoes in pat t ents Vicis and Tans in the Bluchers Oxfords TwoHole Tifand Pumps We cantdescribe themthe type of the prinI ter will not reflect their beautyt You Must See Them I And be satisfied our description is not over drawn H J AtcROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Hot water Bottle Inthe sickroom there is scarcely one article of greater utility than the hotwater bottle We carry a large variety of good hotwater bags Our prices are from 75c to 175 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Perfect Heat I Hot water heating is perfect with the exception of this The mosquito 1 will bite you some during Winter If you can put up with that then let Aldridgo heat your home that you can enjoy all your rooms 1I0twaterI heating is clean economical and regular No sudden changes in tempera turn You will save enough in Coal Comfort and Health to pay for the outfit in n few years S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky If You Want the Purest and Best i Drugs get Them from 1 i STANFORD DRUG CO c f Its Leap Year t Wo have realized tho last four years tho impropriety of us making a prop osition but custom allows us to now tell what is in our heart Wo want to talk to you about a matter which concerns our futuro happiness Wont you be our customer Wo want you real bad and the truth is wo cant do with I out you Wo make tho usual tho usual promises KY J 1908 WE are to flguro with you on your Wo as tho best and Drug Store II Miis W S very JOHN LUTES went to PROP S D of was hero Miss LUCY of is with hero Mns WILL Is her in IIUEY of spent J with his here Miss LUCY wont up to to visit her sister MR WAnt M of Lances ter WILl hero to sro a pretty girl MR who Is study Ing In is at home for a few days JAMES F BRADY left for Chi cago to visit his house beforo out to travel for U L and wife who havo been with his here return to Inded MR SAM from n visit to in i etts New York and Tilt aged John of Crab who has been very low WM better MR AND MRS JAMES II invery honor of Rev and Mrs D M MR J R of is said to bo In n with the his CAPT W J of who has been quito sick for weeks Is not well again M of Crab Orch nrd from Friday whero ho loU of goods for Mr W E MRS J S RICE who has been with f t her at n for J some time her MR SMITH writes us to his paper from to Tenn where he has been t given the agency of the K B R IL PROP J W DAVIS who is now at City paid call Ho willus a go to on n tour in a few days QUITE n of tho nnd of Mr W J n supper nt his homo on Creek An WILl spent by all MR S C WHITE who has been t farm for tholiving on tho Tanner past year left this week for i where ho to reside in the future Casey News t DR JAMES of coun ty has been hero this week tho guest of his Mr John tho Cabel Owens has his as clerk In the Road office here and has a po sition in Times JAILER has 24 l for n long time dyed and at Cook shop BULK seeds Sweet Peas seed at W IL FIVE rods Field Wire stock W K Crab Ky LADIES Our lino of in Tans and Vicl kids havo ar rived Call and sec them Miss It ELLA will havo her store open at Crab Orch ard by 15 This will bo good news for the ladles I HAVE just a lino of buggy which is in either price or Como in and let us you Geo D IL J MC is the of his store im and Ho is In now of tho latest and other NEW of just in Set them E T Pence MARCH came in like a lamb was almost warm for JUST a of White and mixed need oats J S NICE new lino of well paper and mat UnItS See it before you buy Trib blo Pence NICE lot for sale at Jumbo Ky D C It F D No3 PURE strain S C for sale Also white eggs at 75c per set ting Miss LIzdo MULES pairs of nlco threo year oid mules for sale II M City Ky A PORTION of II to to help scare tho night riders Tho soldier boys live in Bell county TUB Co which owns the is to their lines from Crab to so as to get direct from to A FAIRLY good crowd the rink and the to cp joy In tho speed race Mr Earl de feated Stone Dun can and John N Jr YOUR is ms called totho adver of II F Sons tho If you want fruit trees trees shrubs or vines of any kind cor with this firm TUB officers are it hot for tho blind tiger nnd in should em ulato tho Is tho nearest point where can bo le gaily in less than five IN the firat part lint Merton and fairly the with clever feats in magic and York World Seo him at Opera House night week March 13 OLD Ed tho artist has two razors which ho claims are fully ICO years old They were given to him by a in Ca soy nnd wero owned by the great of Mr of Mr James J Hardin who has hero for several years died In last week of disease and other He U by his wife and three child ren Ho was a clever man and his friends hero regret his tak ing away A Hcrrin one of men died at his homo near Quail last week aged lie was a of our jailer Mr W L Herrin and like him was n most citizen Ho leaves n wife who was Miss Sarah and six to mourn the loss of a kind and father DIED OF lien Mrs Quln cy Allen who was so badly bt red at her home near Casey of which was made in our Fri days issue died from her Sho had mado a firo in an open grate and was before It when her cloth log Tho blazes flashed to tho top of her head and she was burned all over her body IN order that there bo no of tho horso sales of D ford and W S Dryo at and J R and Sam J Jr at the havo to go in and hold a great sale at on and March 25 and 26 This was a of tho matter as both firms the samo date Tho sale to bo a big ono and at least 260 horses mares jacks and will be offered Tho sale will bo and will bo loft undone to mako it tho horso salo ever held south of the river Write to Tho Salo Co Ky for and Lets Married That is in a way and take each other for better or worse We that into each life soma rain must full we have a of and that some days must ho cold and dark and but wo have tho to keep you warm anti our are the eilver t6 every cloud of If others offer you their hand in com just toll them Im now South East and SEVERANCE SON STANFORD Depot BTANFOHD MAIICII ready Spring recommend SherwinWilliams cheapest Ionnys PERSONALS WAIIUEN continues IIIMtt Louisville Sunday KesNBit Springfield Sunday SIMPSON Louisville friends SeVERANCE visiting mother Shelby county MANIEY Lebanon Sunday friends IIOLTZCLAW London yesterday RonrRT8 Friday mighty ELWOOD TOTTEN telegraphy Lexington Friday starting I- tTMR WARNER parents Anderson Sunday RODINSON returned Friday relatives Massachus Maryland Squire Edmlston Orchard somewhat yesterday BAUCIIMAN entertained elegantly Saturday Walker ORNDORFF Livingston precarious condition chances against recovery HOGAN BryanUvIlIc several Lancaster RecordMounts PERKINS returned Cincinnati bought Perkins mother Louisvlllo hospital returned yesterday leaving somewhat Improved BOWMAN change Marysvlllo Morristown headquartered Junction substantial Friday Oklahoma prospecting number friends relatives Holtzsclaw enjoyed birthday Gilberts Saturday enjoyable evening Moreland expects County WESLEY Lincoln brother Wesley merchant resigned position Masters accepted Stearns Somerset LOCALS HERUIN prisonersthe largest number CLOTHES cleaned repaired Farmers barber garden Nasturtlam Higgfos THOUSAND American Fencoln Perkins Orchard Spring Oxfords Patents Cummins Wearen ARNOLD millinery March received harness unexcelled quality harness Hopper RoB haberdasher having interior proved beautified putting shelving design improvements shipment buggies Sunday enough Summer received carload Murphy McKinney locust postS Sipple Stanford Cockerels leghorn Davison OS ZEAr Hcrndon Shelby Company passed through Hopkinsvillo Friday Cumberland Telephone Stanford exchange arranging extend Orchard London communication Louisville Knoxville attended Friday evening skaters seemed thoroughly themselves Coleman Marshall Granvillo Mencfcc attention tisement Hillenmeyer reliable Lexington nurserymen ornamental respond splendid making operators bootleggers llilaskl county Lincoln example Lexington whisky bought quantities gallons vaudeville magician entertainer startled audience remarkably spiritualistic tricksNew Waltons Friday RAZORS Wilkinson tonsorial relative county originally grandfatrcr Winston Bowman Liberty HARDIN worked insurance Louisville Brights troubles survived pleasing gentle HERRIN Elijah Rockcastlas cleverest brother excellent Proctor children husband indulgent INJURIES Ellisburg county mention Injuries standing caught horribly conflict George Weather Hustonvilla Bcazley Embry Stanford gentlemen decided together Hustonvillo Wednesday Thursday happy solution claimed promises stallions ponies extensively advertised nothing greatest Kentucky Hustonvllle Combination Hustonvillo particulars catalogue Get business realize supply umbrellas dreary clothes prices lining necessary economy mercial matrimony married IJOHN tho 12 year old son of Mr and Mrs C C Terry died Saturday of heart trouble at his home on Green river The burial occurred Sunday TUB stockholders of the Lincoln Coun ty Fair Association are called to meet nt tho court house next Friday March at 3 r M J F Cummins secy Now is the time to look foryour bug gy buckboaril or carriage for Spring and Summer use DIg lot to select from Also harness farming Implements wagons etc E T Pence TilE cntcrtnincntwas by wellknown performers among whom was Hal Merton a very clever magic ianBrooklyn Times Mr Mortar- will bo at Waltons Opera House Friday evening March 13 NOTICE Having removed on Lancaster street opposite the courthouse I solicit your trade in all kinds of repairing of watches clocks jewelry and graphophones Also such things- sold on small commission Robt Fen zel Stanford Ky I WILL move m y Cher shop thin 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 nt your door R B Wilkinson- RErnescvTATtve MXHKOLFS bill to stop the breed of confirmed criminals by surgical operation recalls tho efforts of Col Tom Vernon Lincoln countys Representative along tho same lines in the long ago It was Var nons hobby and he rode it vigorously session after session of the Legislature Somerset Journal- IIOGANCapt W J Hogan one of the best men in Garrard county died at his home at Bryantsville at 830 yester day morning Tho funeral will be preached at his lato homo at 1030 this morning and the burial will follow at 1 oclock in the Lancaster cemetery Capt Hogan married it Miss Baugh man of this county nnd she and sever al children survive IN the circuit court last week a judg ment of divorce was granted Mrs Mattie V Kirby from John II Kirby Tho allegations In Mrs Kirbys petition were living separato and apart for more than five years and a violation on tho part of the defendant John H Kirby of tho 7th Commandment On proof submitted tho court adjudged that Mrs Kirby was entitled to tho relief sought and granted the divorce AT a meeting of tho Lincoln County Fiscal Court held February 5 1908 the following order was entered to wit It is ordered by this Court that all County Roads In Lincoln county be worked be tween the first day of May and tho first day of July In each year And Is fur ther ordered that the claims for such work be filed with tho Clerk of the Lincoln County Court on or before July in each year Geo B Cooper Clerk by E D Pcnnington D C AT Waltons Opera House next Fri day evening there will bo an athletic Entertainment for the benefit of the Stanford Base Ball Club The Gymna slum Team of Central University Dan ville some 25 strong will do soma clev er work in tumbling pyramid building horizontal and parallel bar acting etc etc Thero will also bo a 10 round boxing contest by two trained boxers Four clowns two of them good acro bats will make fun for tho occasion Patronize tho entertainment and help the boys out Tho admission fee will bo small CIRCUIT COURTJohn McGill charged with shooting N W Pipes on trial when wo last went to press was ac- quItted J S Withers tho Negro who broko into Mrs E B Bcazleys home was gIventwo years Bud Walls for shooting W H Yocum was given two years Nelllo Ann Owsley was given two years for housebreaking John Kennedy West and Hardin lullall colored wero given three years each for stealing chickens James Mitchell was acquitted of cutting another Negro Will Lee was acquitted of tho charge of selling whisky Bob Stewart also colored was fined 10 for giving whisky to a minor Leo Best charged with attempting to dynamite the coal house of W S E B Den ham was given two years Tiltf largo threestory dormitory of Central University Danville burner yesterday morning causing an almost entire loss of tho magnificent building MR THOMAS G NUNNELLEY was thrown out of his buggy while coming to town from tho West End yesterday morning and besides having a knee knocked out of placo was otherwise hurt We were unablo to hear tho extent of his injuriesI- NDIGNATION MEETING The good democrats of Boyle county to show ttho world their disgust at tho action of Representative E W Lillard in voting for Gov Bradley will hold an indigna i1tlon meeting in the courthouse at Dan at 2 oclock Thursday afternoon next 5th There will be a dozen or so speakers and resolutions condemning Mr Lillards course will bo passed Lincoln county democrats are extended- a cordial Invitation to be present afater a grip at Rowland and was buried in the Lancaster cemetery Sunday afternoon af ter services at the grave by Rev D W Walker She leaves a husband five children and two grandchildren and in their distress great sympathy is felt for them Mrs Fowls was 43 years old and had been a member of the Christian church practically all of her life She was Miss Lucy Campbell daughter of L M Campbell and was born and raised in Nicholas county near Carlisle Sho was an ideal wife and mother and her death has caused great sorrow UNDERWOOD Colonel Patterson Underwood one of tho best known and most influential farmers of the Hubble and Hedgcvillo sections died very sud denly at his home Sunday night He attended church at Hubble with his family that night and was in his usual health However after the preacher had gotten about half through his dis course he became sick and left the church He complained of feeling stiff about the arms and when ho attempted to use them they would cramp He was taken home and in less than a half hour the good citizen and clever gentleman was dead Mr Underwood was about 50 years old and is survived by his wife who was a Miss Eubanks and two children Miss Mamie Under wood and Dr Ben F Underwood He was a devout member of the Christian church of Hubble and a regular attend ant at its services Deceased was a brother of Messrs Luther and W II Underwood and like them was among the best men in the county The funeral will bo preached at Hubble at noon today by Revs W G Montgomery and F M Tinder and the burial will occur in Buffalo cemetery hero at 2 o clock CHURCH MATTERS As soon as a few notes are paid tho Christian church at Crab Orchard will bo dedicated wo are told Tho pastor Rev Berco asked for 25 for missions Sunday morning and tho sum was raised in a few minutes Bishop Lewis Burton of tho diocese of Lexington has instructed the clergy under him to pray for the governor and Legislature at every service and to ask for divine guidance in the movement to restrain lawlessness in the State Notice To Claimants Persona having clalmi ngnlust the estate of James KLynn will present them to ua properly proven not inter than March 15 for payment J U find J U Lynn adults J K Lynn INSURANCE re Lightning Wlnd Btorm Ufo and isoldent None but tha HTKONOKBT and dKBTOompnnlet Ilepreiented Lowvtt Poi ilble Rates Lou 1ayJng neo iriS Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Heildonce Phone No St TreesFruit and Orna mental Everything for Orchard Lawu and Garden Our strawberry plants are money makers Try them Write for freo catalogues Wo have no agents H F HlLLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky We Can Get A Divorce i If you find us guilty or extortion or of deceiving you asto value or gualfi1 ity of our goods you can try the New York way and get a divorce Allow us at least the opportunity proving ojireelves worthy of so pleasant a qus Jltomer as we know you will be or it you arc already one we renew our obli gation y 1 Streets IIsON HANDCOMPLETE STOCK OP Pictorial Review Patterns I tTUB ONLY PATTERNS HAVING THE Patent Cutting ti Construction Guides THGSD GUIDES SAVEIMATERIAL TIME LABOR IIIiKtnilon of Cutting Guide for Pattern NoI2278 showing the correct way of laying out the on the material and hovr to ue the least quantity of goods i9ACKD OPUI Illuitratlon of Construction Guide for Patternf IIs No 2273 showing how to sew Ibe different parts together eta PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS 10 and 15 Cents Each ALL SEAMS ALLOWED Tribble lHughes Stanford Ky The f1Willther Notice My stock is on the market at ReductionI j Prices This sale is a bona fide one and not hot air 4 in cash will buy 5 worth of goods Why not take advantage of it CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighterl I FLORIDA AND ANEW ORLEANSiVIA 1 WITHOUTu 1 r11 11 IQUEEN a CRESCENT ROUTE I 11 Winter Tourist Tickets On Sale November let 1907 ItGood Returning May 31st 1908 I III For Information sad lilt of hoteli ddreiD 0 KINO a P 8 T A 111 Mio St l xietoa Kj I i Go To Hoppers For Wagon l Breeching He Has The Goods i Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky Ir If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and PurIest Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts DRUGGIS7ai STANFORDt The Chance Of Your Life Time rt 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 Special Sale of Fine Wall Papers We offering 40000 rolls of the best that the market affords at prices that are absolutely startling This is all good stockare and is hot the pickedover laidinthecorner kind but is the best there is to be had We are now offering this entire lot in order to reduce our stock at less than 13 of Regular Price 25 to 5Oc For our regular 25 and 50c 75c and up We are offering papers that 15 20 25c Papers that sold for 15 20 we are now asking the redic sold from 75c and over for and 25c cents we are sacrificing atulously low price of JtiyO 15 tO 25c I A E GIBBONS flAIN STREET JLzkvi11T t il the Interior Journal Enteredin the PottOffice at Stanford 01 Nbnd elau matte rCBUSBBD TUESDAYS AND FHIDATB AT 5100 PER YEAR CASH IVWhen not 10 paid 1100 will be charged L N TIME TABLE No Mouth 1121 P R No SI Houtli 1130 PM No North 433 A x NoZSNortIiSll8 P JOSS RICE Agent Lumber For Sale All kinds of Rough Lumber for sale Bllli filled on short notice OrUt mill In connec tlon Mill on Green river Jumbo road S 4 miles nt of McKinney Terry A Newell McKinney K- yRhode Island Reds I have 75 Hlngle Comb Ithode Iilund nod allets hem for tale at I each lust deposed of to make room for breeding pensMrs UB COOK Htnnford Ky Jesse W Sweeney FBOmiBT- OBtlvory Food and Solo Stable Lanoaster Ky B D CARTER New Livery Depot Street Phone 96- 5TANFOADKENTUCKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store In i the Owsley Building 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my hale before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre sented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Jl Beazley Co UndertaKers and Embalm ore Also Dealers in Fur niture JlattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ce McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Doalor In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone t 7 Homo Phone Si 4 FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE300 or 400 bales of good timothy hay for salo L C Dunn Mt Salem S J Embry Sons have delivered to Paint Lick parties 27000 pounds of tobacco at 12c WANTED500 barrels good white corn delivered at once at Junction City Ky Burke Baucom FOR SALEA pair of black horse mules seven years old 161 hands well broke and good ones James Plummer Crab Orchard Ky Hemp is now quoted at 140 a ton the highest price for several years and many farmers in the Bluegrass will raise hemp instead of tobacco 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 The Champion brothers among the largest tobacco growers in Mercer county received a letter threatening them with serious consequences if they attempt to raise tobacco this summer 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 Leaders of the Burley Tobacco Society in Montgomery county have received anonymous letters threatening their property with destruction if any plant beds are scraped that county this spring The letters have been tuned over to the postal authorities Negotiations for the sale to the Amer ican Tobacco Company of the tobacco in pool to the Burley Society were de clared off and the leaders of the farm trs organization charge thattheAmer cans buyers have been acting in bad faithand never meant to make an of fer that would be accepted At Louisville for a crop of 16 hogs heads of tobacco shipped from Ander son county by John Mingua the Planters Hourse paid 2150 per 100 pounds for three of the hogsheads The lowest price paid was 1275 making an average of 1822 the highest on record in years on any Burley market A T Leonard sold Morris Farris and others ninetytwo 600 pound cattle at four and four and onehalf cents George Hignight who cultivated 24 acres of hemp on the farm of Mrs John Fogarty near town finished breaking his crop this wqek It made 31615 pounds and was sold to Mr George Cogar at 625Advocate- MATR Louis Mason and Miss Martha Jane Walker were made one at Highland on the 27th George P Murphy and Miss Minnie Bell popular young people of Casey were made one last week Judge Pflueger of Cincinnati saya John E Madden must pay his divorced wife 150 a month alimony Ed Callahan formerly sheriff of Breathitt has secured a divorce from his wife who deserted him Henry Klein obtained marriage li cense yesrerday to wed Miss Annie Tilfrcy of the East End The knot will be tied today Charles C Bonta of Perryville and Miss Eleanore Caldwell of Louisville who were married in Jeffersonville Dec 28 have just made the fact known Slop that tagCough Dr Shoops Cough Cure will surely stop iLl and with perfect safety It Is so thoroughly harmless that Dr Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else even with very young babies The whole some green leaves and stems of a lung healingmountainousshrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms tho cough and heals the sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or sup press Demand Dr Shoops Take no other Pennys Drug Store LThe railroads aropreparingt to comply with the ninehour law Thousands of new telegraph operators will be em ployed and as an offset to the increased expense many stations will be closed on each line 4Fire destroyed a New York streetcar barn and a paint factory causing a loss of 2625000 Seven hundred and forty street cars were burned Good For Everybody Mr Norman Coulter a prominent architect in the Delbert Building San Francisco saysIII fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bit cers as 0 tonic medicine It Is good for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and cnicicnt manner and builds up the system Electric Bitters Is the best odrugIunequaled 60c at Pennys Drug Store Nigh riders visited the farm of Walter A Layne South of Hopkins ville and left switches and notes of warning for Mr Layne and his tenants to sill their tobacco through the as sociation or suffer whipping Alexander Hamilton for years in charge of life insurance legislation at State Legislatures was found dead in bed at his homo in New York Death was due to heart trouble IHAIRrleene ud teaanee tee hair mwe a scads rrowlh 07BallCum mlp dl nm S iIt I Dnirrhu GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy rendymade clothing when there ti 10 little dlRerence In the price of ready- made salts and a roll made to your ineuiure taken by an experienced tailor have a handsome line of Hprlng A Hummer good I can make from n low price builnesi suit to the flneitdreu suit OvercoaliTroni ire and Fancy Vests The company I represent It second to none HU HUILEY The Tailor Htnnford Ky HENRY WA TTERSONS if PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 1501 Few pcoplo In the United States have not heard of the Oourler Journal Democratic In all thing fair In all things clean In all things It Is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to fer thu WEEKLY COUUIEROURNAI one year and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription forthe com bnatlon to usnot tc the CourierJournal FARM FOR SALE acres near Klngivlllo Iy one mile from railroad station in acres cleared balance good tolmrco land wheiielenrml Rood fnnn house and stock baruframe atu lor tobacco Imrnhll ready to put up Ileniu yonnytlutberKtngivlllu Ky McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers in and manufacturer of Granite and Marble Monument Klr t4ln Work nt Reasonable Trice Ofllce and Worki McKlnncy Ky Htiop closed on MnturUny 10 REWARD I lor the arrest nnd conviction of nny lemon tretput ting upon my faith tiny or night or Injury to utock In thn pub lie hlllhWII1 or Injury to stock from the lands of other vcople This reward refers to pilat prcivnl and future I nlio offer B II o lot of 30 for Il nw me JUOnrpontor GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no one word for It hilt conic anti see All goods told nt reduced Menn and tadlut tndurwear nod lIuhbtraItn- nod lloyiMulli ostl will be wry grate lul for your pntronagu D JHMITII 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DCSIONB COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a sketch and description mir r uiqnleklr Invention l probablyRrlti41bmmunleey fo en0n patnUo rclrepfrb1nooticelwIteo Scientific an A tlandoml l1Ialral weekl Tarrestetrt Journal TermsISa suldbyallnesdwlelt POSTED We whose names ap ttr below strictly forbid Stunting orhny kind of tress pasting on our placet undwill prosecutbvib the full extent of the law IeppleiMrsHtnltlsonlsrns Hpoonniiiori Hen I Martin M V l twrence IWuben turtle JK llockvr JI IItI T A Klce Morgnn UoMppuIl Amunill HchnelTer lawn Kerrlll JI Holuclnw O W IU 417 Mrs J K rullluin It Ij Iulllain Peter HnliniT Mrs Katherine Ador Me scr A Iaxton Ashley A Ollniinon Joinei NOa JNevliv ounce UI nark Joseph llnllou M R Mrs Jas Italnes Ildnmehlsch Dr J U Onrpentttr Mrs Ilelocc IG Carpenter Vf r Martin A51Frae J II Thompson TholllUI Juts HHUIdmori H01MCMiss Tattle IIur s llro ortod 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PAUL ESCOTT Trav Pass AgtntL J IRWIN Gen Pass Agent LOUISVILLE KY We Want To Buy Life Insurance 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 paMd on it No policy of less thanrSeven AnnualPremiums wantediWe collect Notes and Accounts any where No charges unless we make the collection Real Estate of All Kinds Sold and Exchang r edReference Banks of Somersett Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky Just received n big line of three Cull mid see the merits in them ovo any thing else on tho market GEO II FARRIS Jfiirst Rational Jan Stanford Jty Organized SS2 CapHai Block r5 000 Surplus and Wniiivititit IProMt S9OOO- Jfas paM in dividends since Organization S2f 500 Snvito Wow jfccounts on Our 7forils OFFICERS DIRECTORS l n F Hold J II Uaughraan J S Hocker res Id enID UI more J M Pettui S T hard VicePtestdent S II Baughman J F Cummins John J McHobcrts CashierS T Harris James Robinson 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