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THE INTERIOP JOURNALI iiiVOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 6 1908 NO 2 Senator W 0 Bradley Mr John D Wakefield has this to lay about Senator Bradley In the Gin cinnati Enquirer The new Senator is an engine or force magnetism fight and oratory Every morning before the sun has crept over tho tops of the bulldlngi on tho East aide of Fourth avenue and tho main thoroughtaro of tho city is almost enveloped In smoke and log a little chubby rosycheokcd man will bo Been walking briskly in the avenue Ills shoes never shine and if one will take the trouble to observe closely tho chances are that tho shoe will be found somewhat muddy Ills trousers bag at tho knees and show that they never had a crease In then since they were purchased A llttl t light overcoat badly crumpled and perhaps torn in a place or two a 10t white hat a relic of numerous politics campaigns and black coat and vest Rnd a little black string tie that has seen too much service and is beginning to frazlo at tho ends convince theobscrv cr that the little chubby man does not core much about his personal appear anco Both overcoat pockets are aiway- njled to tho bursting point with newspapers law briefs and sometimes smal books Thoio to whom tho little mat is a familiar figure know that ho doe not shave every day and sometime his beard is rather long A stoglo Is nearly always in tho corner of his mouth but occasionally ho substitute I a little short pipe for the stogie One who did not know him would never be attracted by his appearance until he 1got a good look Into his luminous brown or heard him speak Tho eyes show tho mans great mentality and his voice which is as clear as n bell would convince anyone of his ability an orator This little man is tho United States Senatorelect from Kentucky IN MEMORIAM In memory of little Walter Charl nice who died Dec 19 1907 at Leba non Junctions I shine in the light of God Ills likeness stamps my brow Through the shadow of death my father treads And I reign In glory now No breaking heart is here No keen and thrilling pain No wasted cheek whore tho frequent tear Hath called and loft its stain I havo found tho joy of heaven I am ono of tho angel band To my head a crown is given A harp is in my hand I have learned tho tong they sing t Whom Jesus hath mado free And the glorious walls of heaven stll ringWith newborn melody No sin no grief no paint Safe inlmy happy home I rMy fears all fled my doubts all slain My hour of triumph come O friends of my mortal years Tho truest and the true Youre walking still in tho vale of tears But I wait to welcome you Do forget Oh no For memorys golden chain Doth bind my heart to tho hearts below Till thoy meet and touch again Each link is strong and bright And lovos electric fltraio Flows down liko a river of light To the world from whence I came Do you mourn when another star Shines out from tho glittering sky Do you weep when tho noise ot war And tho rago of conflict die Then why should your tears roll down And your hearts with grief bo riven IForanother gem is in the Saviors crown And another soul in heavenA FRIEND Host Healer In the World IJ Rev F Starblrd of East Raymond f Maine says I have used Bucklcne I Arnica Salvo for several years on my old army wound and other obstinate sores and flnd it tho best healer In the world I uso it too with groat success In my veterinary business PrlcolISc at clJnyTI1rug Store Unnerved by tho news of his broth ers death in a hospital Charles Arner a railroad conductor fell at Mahonoy City Pa as he was about to board a train and was killed His brother lien ry also a conductor was killed in the same way the day previous The Lucky Quarter Is tho ono you pay out for a box of Dr Kings Now Life Pills They bring you tho health thats more precious than jewels Try them for headache biliousness constipation and malaria It If thoy disappoint you tho prlco will be cheerfully refunded at Pennys Drug Store tiDr Reuben Samuels aged 82 step father of Frank and Jesso James died at the Missouri Hospital for the Insane at St Joseph Billy Sundays Meeting DOWNS ILL March 21908TI great revivalist Billy Sunday has just closed a six weeks meeting in Bloom ington III It was the most wonderful meeting ho has ever held about 7000 people being converted The tabernn do that was erected for this mcctini held 6000 people and was filled to overflowing a great many tim3 At his most popular lecture on Amusement the building was packed by 6 oclock and 5000 tickets were given to those who could not got in and ho delivered tho sermon again to thoso hold tug tickets He had more convert from this sermon than from any other unless it was at tho mens meeting The most remarkable feature about the meeting is that there were more met converts than women The evan ellRt made tho men understand that religion was for thorn as well as for women The first two weeks of his revival made one think it was a show and many expressed the determination not to go to hear him again but he had magnet- Ic power The last four weeks ho gotI down to business and 1 never saw as much work done it seemed to be no trouble to approach one on tho subject of religion The depot agent hero would order extra cars for tho occasion and they would always be filled All the small towns in tho county would attend the meetings After the revival closet tho churches In and around Bloomington held revivals in order to gather in the converts The First Christie church of Bloomington had COO or more additions and other churches had as many As this is my denomination I feel proud of the number Mr Sunday had the largest sum of money given him In Bloomington that ho ever re ceived at any revival 3000 but he preached in all the public places and all the people lie would go to tho ma chine shops factories and schools and preach and at the court house each day at 1 oclock he would hold services The Sunday schools havo more than doubled in attendance Tho Presbyterians and Methodists have had glorious meetings here A great many old men were conversed Bloomington has 80 saloons but we think from tho results of the meeting that the saloons will soon be a thing of tho past Tho question how to got men interested in church affairs has fro qucntly been discussed If we had nn evangelist in every Stato like Rev Sun day the question would soon be settled lie is now holding a meeting in Deca tur and they are working hard to excel Bloomington Tho Decatur Herald gives his sermons in full and it would pay any ono to take the paper during tho revival We sent Mrs J N Cash tho Bloomington papers during the re viva there and she wrote that she could hardly wait for tho paper earl day Respectfully MRS II D MCCLURE Given Up to Die B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes Fur ovct flvo years I was troublod with kidney and bladder alTectlons which caused mo much pain and worry I lost host and was all run down and a year ago hud to abandon work entirely I had thrco of the host physicians who did Inc no good and I was practically giv en up to dio Foloys Kidney Cure was recommended and tho first bottle rave mo great relief and after taking the second bottlo 1 was entirely cured Why not lot It bole you Pennys rug Store W B Smith tho former Louisville banker who was convicted at Murphys boro III of defrauding a bank has been denied n new trial and has an nounced n willingness to begin serving his sentence James S Nail who was convicted with Smith has appealed his asoNotice To Our Customers We are pleased to announce that Foloys buoy and Tar for coughs colds tuulluntf trouble is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and wo recommend it as n sale remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store IISeo here said the proprietor you seem to bo driving away trade Are you Im effusive declared tho new clerk Every man who comes in 1 call brother professor or beau This Is Worth Remembering Whenever you havo u cough or cold Just remember dint Foleys Uoney an 1 Iar will euro Do not risk your icalth by taking any but tho genuine It Is In a yellow package Pennys Drug Stbro A lizard owned by a freight crew of tho Now York New Haven and Hartford road cats all the flies mosquitoes and insects substituting for screens in tho caboose NEWS NOTES Willis Jennings a paralytic succeed cd in his fourth attempt at suicido at Paducah Ambassador Creels bank at Chihua bus Mex was robbed of 295000 In Mexican money James Oliver tho millionaire plow manufacturer died after a long illness bt his home at South Bend Ind Woodson Smith aged years who was taken to jailat Cleveland badly frozen had on 14 suits of underwear Thomas B Wanamaker of Philadel phia a son of former Postmaster General John Wanamaker died suddenly ir A J Oliver of Allen county has announced his candidacy for Con gressman from the Third District to succeed Dr A D James- A man at Fort Scott Kas answer ing an advertisement for a cook wrote that he was willing to wear a womans clothes and take a female name mar der to get the job Over 140 schoolchildren lost their lives in a fire which destroyed tho three story brick school building on Collamer avenue in Collinwood a subnrb just outside the city limits of Cleveland 0 ThoQsamJa of men and women stood for hours in the rain unable on ac count of the crowds to enter tho church wherein the funeral of Father Leo Hclnrichs of Denver was held in Paterson N J George M Shippy Chief of tho Chi cago police department shot and kilted an anarchist who invaded his home wounded the Cheif shot the officials son Harry in the lung and wounded the family coachman James Foley Indictments charging the St Louis and San Francisco railroad with granting rebates and the Chapman Dewey Lumber Co of Kansas City Mo with accepting rebates were returned by the Federal grand jury at St Louis Secretary Straus has issued an order to immigration officials to secure the cooperation of the police in an effort to rid the United States of alien anarchists and criminals who come under the provisions of the deportation act A full company of militia from Whitcsburg reached Hopkinsviilo and reported to Maj Albrecht Their arriv al was a surprise to the citizens as no announcement of their coming had been made It is not known whether the company will remain at Hopkinsviilo or will be scattered throughout tho sur rounding territory An Angus bull valued at GOO and five Berkshire hogs belonging to Chas E Marvin who lives near Paynea De pot Fayette county were killed by a stroke of lightning during the storm of Sunday The bull was in the center of a 10acro field and the same stroke knocked twoyearold saddle horse to the ground but did not injure tho latter animal Two of the hogs were killed 100 yards from the barn and the others in the barn A peculiar feature was the fact that tho exterior of the barn showed no effects of the lightning al though the hogs were killed inside MATRIMONIAL Henry Miracle aged 19 and Miss Mamie Lewis sweet 16 were married at Highland yesterday Miss Cornelia Harriman second daughter of Mr and Mrs E IJ Harri man was married to Robert Livings tone Gerry son of Commodore Elbridge T Gerry of New York A double wedding at which mother and daughter wore the brides was the unusual service which Chicago gave to the events Tuesday Tho brides were Mrs Adelia McKey and her daughter Mijs Gertrude McKey Mrs McKey was married to Fielding A Randle and Miss McKey became the brido of Ed win A Hcarno A Danville dispatch say There is a veritable Taft love feast in progress in this city today All of the big fellows of the Eighth Congressional district lire gathered to organize the district for Taft Thomas L Walker Postmaster of Lexington is here and is taking quite an interest in the meeting Walter Bennett of Blchmond E Horine Nicholasville Postmaster Hutchcson of Lawrenceburg Postmaster Petty of Shelbyville and J F Rnnsdall end I P Spillman of Harrodsburg the latter being tho Postmaster are also an hand No Use To Die- I havo found out t rat there is no iso to die of lunjj trouble as long as you can pot Dr Kings New DIsnov crytt says Mrs J P White of Hush oro Pa I would not bo allvo today only for that wonderful medicine It loosens up a cough quicker than anything else and cures lung disease yen after the casols pronounced hope lesstt This mist reliable remedy for toughs and colds lagrlppo asthma bronchitis and hoarseness Is sold un lor guarantee at Penny 9 Drug Store JOc and 81 Trial bottlo free LANCASTER Sunday was Foreign Mission day at the Christian church A Saxton dance will be given by tho Cotillion Club on the 13th Ware Jones of Lincoln sold their tobacco crop to a Lancaster buyer at8c Mrs Ernest Warrep of MIddlesboro has been the guest of H M Ballou and familyR West and C W Anderson hay formed a partnership as hemp r der for this locality Miss Pearl Hardin has accepted a po sition as millinery trimmer for this sea son at Middletown 0 The handsome new hostelry Hotel Kcngarlan was opened Sunday with a C oclock dinner A good crowd was in attendanceSunday 15 will be observed as Bible School Sunday and the Sun day school and morning services will nil be one session but with no regular die courseEld Joseph Ballou of Stanford was the guest of his son H M Ballou and family Miss Eliza Anderson is visit ing Rev and Mrs J Harvey McDowell at Biloxi Miss and attending Mardi Gras at New Orleans Eld F M Tinders Bible Class now numbers about 50 members and contin ues to grow in interest and enthusiasm Several of the graded school teachers arc included on the roll as are others of n literary turn of mind Miss Jennie Lackey has been visiting Mrs H H Price in Danville Hugh Noe of Springfield has been a recent visitor here Miss Battle Doty who has been with her aunt Mrs White of Nashville is at home again Miss Irene Romans was hostess Tat a storm party at her home on Richmond Avenue Miss Ruth Williams of Camp tiellsville has been visiting the family of Attorney W L Williams Mrs Rebecca West has been quite ill with pleurisyStockton Hume and Barnett Che lault of Richmond aro guests of the Elmore brothers Mrs Louis Landram is visiting her sister Mrs A II Rice in Louisville Miss Reno Luckett of Cincinnati is expected this week to servo aa trimmer for Mrs Aleck Walker Miss Edna Mason has been visiting in Nicholasville Miss Ethel Dunn one or the teachers in tho Stanford Graded School was with her mother Mrs W A Price Remember that when tho Stomach serves fall or weaken Dyspepsia or Ind Igestlon must always follow But trength n these same weak Inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and then see how quickly health will again return Weak Heart and Kidney nerves can also be strengthened with tho Restorative where Heart pains palpitation or Kidney weakness Is found Dont drug the Stom aeh nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong Go to tho cause of these ailments Strengthen hero weak Insldo nerves with Dr ihoops Restorative and get well A litnplo single tost will surely tell Pennyli DrugStore On Dol9 1907 the death angel vis- Ited tho home of Mr and Mrs Walter lice and took little Walter Charles heir 13 months old child He was a wonderful child radiantly beautiful enderly affectionate and intelligent beyond his months a bright beam of sunshine in the homo and an unfailing ource of joy to his parents and relatives Little Walter had croup and all hat loving hands could do to relieve the little sufferer was done but God new best No hopes we could cherish are to be compared with the glorious ealities that are now his The little body was laid to rest in Buffalo ceme on Dec 21st Much sympathy is extended to tho heartbroken parents A FRIEND Lebanon Junction Ky Tickling or dry coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr Shoops Cough Cure And It is so thoroughly harm ess that Dr Shoop tells mothers to iso nothing else even for very young shies Tho wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub give tho curative properties to Dr ShoopsCough Cure It calms tho cough and heals tno ensltlvo bronchial membranes No plum no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or suppress Demand Dr Shoops Take no other Pen iya Drugstore Verily tho way of the Federal office holder In Kentucky is hard If Iho docs not support Taft Teddy will hit him with the big stick and if he does not line up for Fairbanks Bradley will have him cashiered Frankfort Journal Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is a now remedy an improvement on the lax lives of former years as it does not gripe or nauseate and is pleasant to ako It Is guaranteed Pennys Drug Store Duichess Trousers I Dutchess Will Please You Every Day At home or abroad at work or at play Guar anteed as they are what more can you ask To show them is ever our pleasant task Our counters are loaded with newest patterns All stylish and nobby and more serviceable than other makes lOc a button a rip Our Spring Stock is complete Come and try a pair The home of Dutchess Trousers SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc 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 t 3nWeNo charges unless we make the collection l Real Estate of All Kinds Sold and Exchang ed Reference Banks of SomersetISomerset Real Estate AgencyzSomerset Ky t rI Northern seed OiltS i 65e per bushel H W H HIGG1NS I Stanford Kentucky I THE SAFEST AND QUiOKEST WAY TO f TRANSFER MONEY I IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY eaCOaroruTCO The Interior Journal K c WALTON JOHN J MOSER Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democrat party M BRUCE e Ii a candldnte for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the actlou of the Democratic party JAMES Co HAYS Is aeandldateforjnller of IIncoln count inbjectto the action of the Democrat 1pany tDCALLENty II ft candidate foe Astensor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of tho Democrat party DINK FARMER In n candidate for the Democratic nomlnn tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the nctlon of the democratic party J W FOLEY Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty nuuject to theactlon of the democratic party Fort the purpose of expressing thei appreciation of the splendid contes- made by Gov Beckham for the Sena torship against tremendous odds and i which would have proved successful but for treachery within the bands of his own party the Young Mens Demo cratic Club of Franklin county has made plans and started a movement for a banquet to be given to the loyal Demo cratic members of the General As sembly at the Capital Hotel on the night of I March 12th at which Gov Beckham shall be the guest of honor It is proposed tomakc the banquet a meeting of prominent Democrats from all over the State who will be rep resented by speakers f and f respond to toasts The young men of the club are desirous of showing in this way some slignt token of their high appreciation of Gov Beckham as a leader of the party and expressing their loyalty to him in defeat as in victory and their t confidence in his cause betrayed as I was by wolves in sheeps clothing t banquet will be a dollar a plate a 1fair and about 500 guests are expected present The occasion is expect- edi to be one of the most pretentious of the kind ever given under the auspices f of the hustling organization which has always shown that it can do things when it sets out with a purpose in view WHEELER CAMPBELL nephew of Ex Congressman Charley Wheeler bolter yoIu gressman s to his efforts to defeat Gov Beckham He with the other Igcariots McNutt Charlton Mueller and Lillard were hung In effigy on Main Street at Clinton a few days since Keep your ears ope and see if you ever hear of his being oven mentioned for office by democrats again He couldnt win in ajrace fo dog pelter it matters not who is pitted against him IT is all right to indignato on Trai tor Lillard the Boyle county demo crats did yesterday afternoon but they had administered a good thic coat of tar and feathers when the mis- representative at first refused to vote for Gov Beckham it would not have been necessary to hold the meeting yes terday The good Boyle county democrats should have begun the use of heroic remedies earlier in the action TUB Frankfort Journal which has watched Hon W H Shanks manly course in the Legislature nominates that gentleman for Speaker of the next House and we rise to second the motion Nothing is too good for Mr Shanks we think and we are for him first last and all the time for any thing he may want THE bolters having succeeded in de feating Gov Beckham will ndw we predict turn their attention toward democratic Congressmen Unfortu powerinand count on them voting for the re publican nominees THE INTERIOR JOURNAL has just passed the 35th milestone on its jour ney of life It is just now in the prime of life and now is the time to subscribe POLITICAL Hon Adlai E Stevenson former Vice President was elected president o the State Federation of Bryan Clubs of J Bailey former Governor of Kansas announced his withdrawal from the race for the Republican nomination for Governor Benjamin H Ridgely of Louisville United States consul general at Bar celona Spain has been transferred to the same position at Mexico City Representative Lloyd of Missouri made the charge in the House that the railroads carrying the mails had robbed the people of 70000000 He called for an investigation of the Postoffice De partmentSenatorelect Bradleys statement in which ho declares for Vice President Fairbanks for the republican nomina tion for president was received with great rejoicing by the antiTaft eh ment in Washington 2 1MJ ww y r United States Senator Redfield Proc tor ofVermont died at Washington City of Jtrlp- Kansas Republicans In Convention at Topeka elected delegates to tho Chicago Convention and instructed them to support Secretary Taft for the presidential nomination The South Carolina Legislature met In special session Tuesday for tho purpose of electing a successor to the late Senator A C Latimer One bal lot was taken in each house without result F B Kary led with 65 votes putsleiunder the police power of the State passed the House by a vole of to 24 The opponents exhausted the list of dil oatory motions In an effort to prevent a vote on the bill Since Congressman OHIe James of KentuckyJhad Restored to the gold and silver coin In God We Trust Con gressman Knowland of California wants all clearinghouse certificates to have printed on them I Know That My Redeemer Liveth Senators McNutt Charlton and Campbell and Representative Lillard onrthetpeople from the town but scores from the country came to view the spectaclo and laugh at the swinging figures Judge Ed C ORear will be declared the nominee of the Republican party for Appellate Judge to succeed himself The list of entries closed Sunday and as Judge ORear was the only can didate entered the Diatrict Committee will at once be called together and he will be declared the nominee President Roosevelt is believed to be planning a vigorous campaign to force the passage by Congress of his pet measures including a new employers liability law and a revision of the anti trust laws The President fears it is said that the reactionaries will adjourn Congress at an early date and he Is preparing to prevent the consummation of any such plant Hon WJH Shanks For Speaker of HousefWith the session of the General As sembly barely two weeks from its end the members of the House are begin ning to talk about candidates for speak er for the next session two years hence So far but one name has been suggested by the democratic members who say they feel sure that the House will be so largely democratic next time that the election of a democrat as speaker is practically certain Repre sentative W H Shanks of Lincoln county is the man who is being urged by his friends to make the race and he says that he has about decided to yield to their wishes- Representative Shanks is said to haven been assured of the support of some of the most Influential democrats on the floor of the House who hope to comer to the General Assembly again Al though this Is his first session In the General Assembly few members have ever attracted as much favorable attention as ho and his friends say that he will make a very able presiding offi quickkon montarian He led in the fight for the appropriation for State College and the Normal Schoolsand has taken a prom inent part onone side or the other of nearly everylmeasure of importance which hascome up Mr Shanks is a farmer and lawyer of Lincoln county and a member of a very prominentfamilyand takes an active Interest in politics It Is not believed he will have any opposition for reelec tion in viewof the fine record he has made hero and his popularity His county democrats are said to be very proud of the record he has made Frankfort Journal Powers For Congress So certain is he of a pardon for the crime that he was three times convicted and given the highest sentence un der the law Caleb Powers has an nounced from the Georgetown jail that he is a candidate for Congress this fall in the 11th district The nomination he says would convince the world of my entire innocence but it would do no such thing where the conditions are known It would simply intensify the belief that he is as guilty as can be A pardon does not remove doubts of Innocence To be pardoned for a crime shows that there are grounds for the nomfinated for Congress after such an actor the part of the executive will be cum ulative evidence that the Republican party believes in assassination as a po litical weapon and commends and applauds the killing of Goebel The only completerefutaton of the guilt of Pow ers as charted in the indictment can on ly come an acquittal before an honest judge and jury and his haste to thrust himself upon the people until he is so acquitted if ever will serve to keep the Goebel assassination an issue between the parites We do not know of course whether Gov Willson will pardon Powers or not We suspect he will But if he does some real friend assassinateinjures his own cause by attempting to- Iget such a vindication Frankfort Ir 810000 paid by Dr Shoop for any recent case of Grippe or acute Cold that a 25cent box of Proventlcs will not break How Is this for an offer The Doctors supreme confidence In these little Candy Cold Cure Tablets Proventlcs Is Certainly complete Its a 91 against 25 centspretty big odds And Preventlcs remember contain no quinine no laxative noth- Ing harsh nor sickening Pneumonia would never appear If early colds were always broken Safe and sure for feverish children 18 Proventlcs 25c Pennys Drug Store Fairview the noted stock farm in Summer county Tenn has been sold by its owner Charles Reid to Nashville parties for 75000 The farm contains 1000 acres and will be cut up and sold off in small farms Fairview was the birthplace of some of the most noted American thoroughbreds When Mr Reid purchased St Dlaiso for 104000 he was placed at the head of the stud at FairvlewIAt Jackson motion of the defense for a continuance in the case of John Abner charged with the murder of JamesCockriil This will give Beach Hargis a delay which the court denied on motion for a contin chairman of the House Commit tee on the Judiciary says there is no chance for the passage of the joint resolution for a constitutional amendment granting the right of sutlrago to wo men He holds that this la a State right The State Railroad Commission heard a complaint against the Glasgow Rail road Co for charging passengers five cents per mile A flat rate of two cents was asked GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there 110 difference In the price of ready made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I hare a handsome tine of Hprlng A Hummer goods I osn make from a low price business suit to Iheflnestdresssult Overcoat Troni era and Fancy Vests The company I represent Is second to none JIO nu PLEY loreHtanford Great Athletic Entertain went At Waltons Opera House Stanford Friday Night March 6th Land Posted I Notice ii hereby given to the puhllo thin punlinedly no passing the 11 H fl E J MlIlotilIlghlalld Ky Home In Middleburg For Sale I with to veilprivates the house and lot In Mlddleburg Casey county known as the Isaac Oownn property The house Ii none story triune condition necessary outhouses and the lot contain about nn acre Two well on the ltCI Hplendld school In town and the several denomina dons have ontillable churches For further particulars n write to llUllHLKTurnersvlllc Ky urge for examination orscicntlllcal i nit urn by uptodate methods Pro nnyltIOICentral Telephone lliutoiivlllo Ky L 0TTOWKLL Graduated Opte- metrystPAIN Pain In the head win has 1U tears flatnlsuetsestlon blool testatesandal else usually At least so san Drlboop and to prom It he has created a little pink tablet That tablet caUod Dr Snoops Headache Tablet coaxes blood pressure away from rein renter Ita fllCt11 iydellgbtlntOccu hough safely it sure equalizes the blood ctzcu ation If you late a headache Its blood pressure It Its painful periods with women same tense II you are sleepless mtleoa iMrrcu Its bloo- deonesnoublood pressure That vrely Is a Snoops Headache Tablets stop It 1nD minutes and the tbleta amply dLirilaue presnireItrulM It set red and welt and vain rout Of course It does Its ration blood pressure Youll find Itwhen pain Iralwan Common uie w eeu as 16 QIltl end cJ1ecrtullr relI e Dr SHoops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STORE Guaranteed Cure for Constipation After watching results for sixteen years during which time many millions of bottles were sold and thousands 01 letters from users were received the originators of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep compoundfeeldiseases of the stomach liver and bowels such as chronic constipation dye pepsin indigestion biliousness flatu sour stomach bloated stomach heartburnetc There is an absolute guarantee to refund the tJUrehlllll price It Dr Cald wells Syrup 1epstn does not do what U claimed For sixteen yeses this remedy has been reo ommcoded for stomach liver and bowel com plaint and the fact that each year more end more families are using it proves that U has the merle claimed for k and the letter we are coo thesediseasesDrCaldweU1on the market because to use his own weals it does all you claim for It and I do not know ol JoinWilliamvied It In her home all her married life and would not keep house without u Thousands of others here written to the time effect If you have any complatntfor whlrb Dr Cald yourdruggiston the basis that we guarantee tatUraetlon You will Sod It gentle In action and pleasant In taste It works promptly end and unlike purgative water salts and cathartic powdenor pill does not grille and leave you feeling weak and torn It Is safe to say that you will like It and use It regularly when you hUD call for a laxative It U especially suited to children and wreak people because of Its gentle action fREE TEST Ttaii whiting b try DrCHd wills Snip Pttiln betor bur ing tee have a tree urnpl bottle tent to Stilt lama by ddriitlng tin company TWi otftr It to prov JIll tin remedy do si we claim and only seas to those liner taken If Send tor It II you have IIIr symptoms ol itomacn liver or bowel Sliest Gentled yet mOlt effective laxitlve tot children and old THEPUBLICproductbearsPEPSIN SYRUP 00 119 Caldwell Bides Montloallo III Contra Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO NolM acre on the Wnynesburg plko near Highland broom house barn ntmotli er outbuilding nice orchard Thlipropur ty Is near churl anti school housu Is well worth alOJ No 2114crOS a tulles Houth of Orab Or chard on the Htnte Issas n twoitory house good barn orchard and II well water ed about 100 cores of this land is cotton land and produce Sue crop A bargain at 1610 K cash balance In one and two years Noa1laacres on lluclc Greek near Way nesburga roomhouse bent nlll nther out liulldlngit plenty of water Veils price IJ woNoIidacres near Level Green Rock castle This furl has n new 2 story countKy would cost to build now fjouoi good barn crib Ao located near church and school This is a nice home and can be bought for 10 per acre H cash re mainder In IS months No b1Ht aero the above farms acres cultivation Dwelling old rooms good barn and other outbuildings or chard One of tbebestiprlngiln the coun ty irloo 18600 cas and t 6I1 acres adjoining farms No and IW acres In cultivation balance In tint her Good white oar hickory and some line cedar hits Mtory log hue and good arch ard well watered Unih price JIlO- JNo1lWacrel near Maretsburg acres In cultivation good dwelling house harts nnd necessary outbuilding line water and school church nnd II It station Price pEUey4cash balance in one and two years NoPdaacres on lrnko front Crab Orchard This farm adjoins the pike and is a part of the Oeo Evans farm This Is line Innd and In good condition all necessary buildings This Is u bargain nt tdoper acre No lG11t acres near Btnnford Ky In nice shape with all necessary liullillngsetc can be bought worth the money NoH2lfacresnear Conway Ky nearly all op this firm Is bottom land tine for corn and meadow dwelling uousenew barn and other buildings on county road a mile trout Keren College Cash price IV laoForfatl particulars in regard to all the nbovo farms see or write L It Hugbe or James I White Htanford Ky I 6ikruiYf i tl ltadiesfoot Wear iT There has never been a season when the styles of Womens Shoes have been so beautiful J and perfect as this Of course l1 Blacks Are Always Good tt1 And this will indeed be A Season of Brown yi We invite you to see our Low Shoes in pat ents Vicis and Tans in the Blucher Oxfords TwoHole Ties and Pumps We cantdescribe themthe type of the grin ter will not reflect their beauty You Must See Them J I And be satisfied our description is not over drawn M H J McROBERTS STANFORDKENTUCKYt nol water Borne 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 STOREt Stanford Kentucky Perfect Heat I Hot water licpting is perfect with tho exception of this The mosquito will bite you some during Winter If you can put up with that then let t Aldridgo heat your homo so that you can enjoy all your rooms Hot water heating is clean economical and regular No sudden changes in tempera ture You will save enough in Coal Comfort and Health b pay for the outfit in a few years S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky If You Want the Purest and Best Drugs get Them from r STANFORD DRUG CO t J TT Only At Our Store Can you get McCnlla Patterns t New Styles For Easter The McCnll Company fashion publishers and makers ot tho celebrated McCall Patterns havo Issued n beautiful Colored Fashidn Sheet separate and distinct from tho regular monthly Fashion Sheet illustrating many at tractive styles for Easter Wo have n limited supply of these sheets which we ihall be glad to present to our customers while they Inst Inquire at our McCall Pattern Department- All Patterns In stock You dont have to wait to order STANFORD Ky MAIICII 6100- 4r J WE aro to figure with you on painting for Spring Wo recommend 1VIlllams as tho best IInd Pennys Drug Mn G L PENNY was In Frankforl v this week GRANVILLK DUNCAN went to Louts vlllo Tuesday LITTLE Miss NANCY KATHEIUNB Mc KINNEY Is quite tick MRs ERNEST WARREN returned to MIddlciboro yesterday MR JOHN W Known of Mt Vernon was hero Tuesday MR J It BnowN tho Park ylllo druggist was hero Wednesday Mtt AND MRS BURTON SIIRES left Tuesday for Phoenix Arizona to lo cute Mns MARGARET PORTWOOD of Tex ai Is with her sister Mrs Malinds Hayden MRS WILL SCOTT of Danville was t tho guest of her sister Mrs E L Rclnhart MESSRS W J PR CB and G C Kol ler Jr of Danville were callers at thin office Tuesday Rev A V Sizemore onco pastor of tho Baptist church here has become pastor of Crescent Baptist church MRS W P GIVENS and little daugh ter MIll Isabella of tho Shelby City section were guests Tuesday of Mlts Belle Denny MRS J It B ROSE returned to Eto wah Tcnn Tuesday Mrs V B Morse of Hustonville accompanied her to this city MR SoUl J EMURY JR was In Wil more and Lexington this week adver tising tho horse and jack sale at hue tonvillo March 25 and 20 Mn D R CARPENTER of Nashville looking as If the world is using him spent Wednesday with his gently Dr J G Carpenter LOCALS TllRRB aro dozens of cases of measles In town FRESH supply of that goody goody candy at Hoppers f CLOTIIRS cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop PENNYS rovolvln is attracting a great deal of attention BULK garden seeds Sweet Peas r Nasturtium seed at W H Higgins FIVE THOUSAND rods American Field Wire Fence In stock W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky TUB Ladies Aid Society of tho Chris tlan church will meet with Mrs S J Embry at 2 oclock Saturday afternoon LADIES Our Spring lino of Oxfords In Tans Patents and Vici kids havo ar rived Call and sea them Cummins Wearen THERE will be a meeting of tho Stan ford Hop Club at Dr T W Penning tons office at 715 P u this Friday evening All members are urged to bo present as important business is to be transacted OO AOAINST TilE UNIT BILL Judge M C Saufley of this place was called to 4 Frankfort this week to speak In opposi tion to tho County Unit Bill and well wager ho made a good one However wo are sorry that his energy was not spent on the other side of tho question t P HARRY whoa Instructor of the Central University Athletic Team which will bo at Waltons Opera House this Friday evening is the son of Mr H C Bright formerly of this place He is a great athlete and some of his stunts border on the remarkable See him MORGAN SMITH the handsome little son oCMr and Mrs M S Baughman fell while playing in the loft of his fath ers Ice house Wednesday and wont to the bottom a distance of 22 feet His left shoulder was broken and ho was otherwise hurt We are glad to soy the little fellow is not dangerously in jured MR T C BALL tho Depot street merchant was fined 50 for giving whisky to a minor Ho claims that a young man begged him for some whisky and he gave it to him not think Ing that ho was under age Mr Ball asks us to correct the report which became circulated that he was fined for selling whisky NEW shipment of buggies just in Seo them E T Pence Tile Danville rink will close Saturday night for a brief season TUB aged motherinlaw of Hugh Ba ker colored died Wednesday FOUND silver frame spectacles See F M Murphy Stan ford JUST received a carload of Whit and mixed seed oats J S Murphy McKinney NICE new line of wall paper and mat tings See it before you buy Trib ble Pence- Nice lot of locust posts for sale at Jumbo Ky D C Slpplo Stanford IL F D No3 CASHIER of tho Crab Orchard Banking Co qualified as notary public Wednesday PURE strain S C Cockerels for sale Also white leghorn eggs at 75c per set ting Mils Lizzie Davison MULES FOR SALEA IoW pairs or nice lhree year old mules for sale H M Herndon Shelby City Ky No 23 the Southbound dally passenger now arrives at Stanford at 122 p two minutes earlier than former iy MR JOHN B FOSTER has qualified as administrator of his father Mr T J Foster The latters estate is said to be worth about 30000 THE tho Lincoln Coun ty Fair Association are called to meet at the court house next Friday March 6 at 3 r u J F Cummins secy Mn MERTONS skillful fingers and nimble tongue will cause you to spend n moat delightful evening if you willnt tend tho entertainment at Walton Opera House Friday evening March 13 HEMP the station on Paxtona grade was discontinued Wednesday until busi ness on this division of tho L N picks up Tho eighthour system which went Into effect on tho 4th made it re julro three telegraphers to hold the job sown and tho company thought that milness did not justify that much ex tcnditure of money J NORTON FITCH chairman of tho Eighth Congressional Democratic Com ilttce has called a meeting of the committee to beheld in Nichotasvilloon March 14 at 1 oclock for the purpose if fixing the time and manner of nominating n Democratic candidate for Con tress to succeed the lion Harvey Helm We hope and believe that Mr Helm will have no opposition for the nomination Certainly ho should have nonoWe are glad to seeChief of police B D Carter going after the blind tiger operators and bootleggers as ho is Its a hard job to convict them but Mr Carter is getting a few of them every tow and then A court of inquiry was held Wednesday when true bills were turned against George Middleton Jeff Bryant and Anderson Carr all colored hero aro two indictments against the utter Let tho good work continue ilr Carter until the last of tho whisky tellers is routed Till athletic entertainment at Wal tons Opera House this Friday evening promises to draw a good crowd It will bo a splendid way to help the Stanford base ball boys to buy uniforms and you will see a show worth double the priced tho admission 15c 25c and 35c Pho Central University athletic team has downed its compltitor in every con est and some of the boys in it are tho equal if not better than many profea lonala poors open at 7 and the per ormanco will begin at 8 oclock Laura Acton has been very ill but improving Mr R B Mahony was hero Friday Dr W B OBannon was called here last reek to see Miss Ode Wheeler who II There will be the usual services at tho Baptist church next Saturday and unday Our Sunday school la progress- Ing nicely Mrs Ella Ellison of McKinney is visiting her daughter Mrs Josiah Singleton C C Gooch contin uos ill Tho Waynesburg Deposit Bank Is doing a good business Miss Louisa ou ten returned to Eubanks Saturday after a visIt to her parents S H hooch the tie inspector was hero Saturday Come i Our firtt shipment of New Spring Slliti New Skirts New one piece Silk Suite New Silk Itain Coats V i SEVERANCE ck SON STANFORD efscheapest Store- PERSONALS cigarsign pairo SBAILEY stockholders sharp- WAYNESDUHOMrs And See Tim Stanford Hop Club is preparing to give a swell Saxton dance on Marc 20th MONDAY Is county court day The I J office will be open from 6 A u to P u Drop In Now Is the time t o look foryour bUK gy buckboard or carriage for Spring and Summer use Big lot to select from Also harness farming Implements wagons etc ET Pence ABOUT tho most e yable thing In connection with circuit court is having Judge W C Bell and Commonwealth Attorney C A Hardin with us They aro both charming gentlemen and it Is indeed a pleasure to havo them In our nidstNoTlceIhaving removed on Lan caster street opposite tho courthouse I solicit your trade in all kinds or repairing of watches clocks jewelry and graphophones Also such things sold on small commission Robt Fen zel Stanford Ky MR HAL MERTON howill appear at Waltons Opera House March 13 may well bo termed the popular con jurer for he furnishes humor for laugh ter lovers and is refined enough for the fashionable is mysterious to picas both old and young CIRCUIT COURT Tho suit of Mrs Annie Engleman against the L N Kaflroad for 30000 damages for killing her daughter Misa Bessie Kay Engle man was continued until the next term of court Nothing worthy of mention has been done since our last report JIM TALL Leo Best John Kennedy Hardin and Wesley loll John Sandy Withers Nellie Ann Owsley and Bud Walls all colored except tho last nam ed who were convicted at this term of tout were sentenced by Judge Bell yesterday and will be taken to Frank fort in a few days BADLY HURTMrs George Hunn who is a daughter of Mr Isaiah White was badly hurt at her home at More land Tuesday by the explosion of a dynamite cartridge which had fallen into tho coal and which she had just put into tho fire She sustained pain ful burns and one of her lower limbs was badly lacerated Mr and Mrs Hunn were married only a few months ago 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 bo worked be tween the first day of May and the first day of July in each year And Is fur ther ordered that thyclaims for such work bo filed of the Lincoln County Court on or before July 1 In each year Geo B Cooper Clerk by E D Pennlngton D C CHURCH MATTERS Rev George B Verco will preach at the Turnoreville Christian church Sunday morning at 11 oclock The government has allowed tho First Presbyterian church at Danville 610 as remuneration for damages to tho build- Ing inflicted by United States troops luring the war Tho Assembly Presbyterian Church if Harrodsburg has secured the ser vIces of the Rev Dr Arthur W Spoon grandson of New Jersey to conduct n revival at tho church there some time this month Senatorelect W 0 Bradley says I im a Methodist and wish I was a Holiness Methodist About a year ago he tttcndoda Holiness meeting at Indianapolis and was profoundly impressed last year ho gavo 700 to advance this religious movement Some of his friends iay that ho will end his career as a school at the Christian church at 930 A M Our books for the Teachers Training Class have arrived and rill be distributed Sunday morning reaching at 1045 A M Our foreign nlsslbnary offering will be taken at the naming service Brethren come and lake a liberal offering for the salvation oC the heathen world C E meeting at 645 P M Preaching at 730 Prayer meetings at 7 oclock All cordially Invited to attend D M Walker min- Ister Mrs J S Arnup former secretary ot tho Nebraska Womans Suffrage Association killed herself at Tccumsch by rinking carbolic acid IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Jerry Watkins aged 92 is dead in the West End of Boyle Mrs Mary Elizabeth Cromwell ono of Danvilles most estimable women Is dead after a lingering illness Henry H Walker exSuperlntenden of Mercer county schools and a leadin educator of the State died after a short illness of pneumonia Tho Negro porter on tho Blue Gras Special running between Moreland and Cincinnati is said to have tho small pox at his home at Junction City Col R M Jackson is preparing t open a new opera house in London am has already ordered the scenery am chairs and all will be first class in every respect London Sentinel The city council of Barbourvillc tho former home of Caleb Powers passed a resolution asserting the belief tha Powers is Innocent of complicity in the murder of Gov Goebel and petitionIng Gov Willson to pardon him Robert Boyd was acquitted at Londoi on the charge of killing James Sparks The case went to tho jury at 835 Tues day morning and a verdict was rendered oclock Boyd killed James Sparks In the Circuit Clerks office during thi last September term of court Thi shooting ended a dispute over certain commissions amounting to 5 or 6 Sparks had previously publicly abused and cursed Boyd and threatened him The case of John Abner charged with the murder of Jim Cockrill is on trial at Jackson Judge Holt Is the trial judgeSenator Bradleys declaration for Fairbanks is said to be tho worst blow that has been given the Taft boom Andrew L Harris of Eaton 0 was nominated for governor by the republi cans of Ohio Scott Bras sold to F L Thompson seven 641pound cattle at 41c C C Connell aged 70 years of High Bridge is dea- dNotice To Claimants claimsIVriont ntinliut the estate of tame K Lynn will preMnt them to ui ro not later than March IS for ELynnINSURANCE Tire Lightning WlndBtonn Life and loeldent None but the HTUONQEHT and IKHT Companies Represented Lowest Yon ible hates Clunruntevd Lou Paying Reo ire Unequalled Talk with UAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 TreesFruit and Orna mental Everything for Orchard Lawn nnd Stinlen Our strawberry plants are nonoy makers Try them Write for free catalogues We have no agents H F HlLLEXMKYER eC SON- SLexington Ky HENR- YATTERSONS PAPER Weekly CourierJournal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR NLY 150 Few people In tbe United States hove not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all thIng clean In all thing It la essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to otter the WEEKLY OOUBIEKODRNAL one year and this paper for this price named bore Bend your subscription for the combination to usnot tc the CourierJournal e You Can Buy r At our store spool thread at 5c Pure Linen Laces at 5c Soft Bleach Cotton at 7c ant Oc New and dainty patterns in Val Laces at 5o to 25c South East Corner Main andDepot Streets i ON IIANDCOMPLBTQ STOCK OP u i Pictorial Review PatternsNTUB ONLY PATTERNS IIAVINO Till Patent Cutting Construction Guides TIICSO GUIDES SAVE MATERIAL TIMD h LABOR Illustration of Cuttlnz OulJe for Pattern No 2Z73 showing the correct way of laring out the on the material end how to use the least quantity of goods IEACKl1 PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS IO and 15 Cents Each ALL SEAMS ALLOWED Tribble Hughes Stanford Ky The Emporium AT HUSTONVILLE Will Continue its Reduction Sale Until Fur Ytt ther Notice My stock is on the market at Reduction Prices This sale is a bona fide one and not hot air 4 in cash will buy 5 worth ofagoods Why not take advantage of it CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter l r FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS WITHOUT I ICHANGE I ilII VIA I QUEEN 8 CRESCENT ROUTEY1 u Winter Tourist Ticftets On Salo November 1st 1907 Good Returning May 31st 1908J f For Information and Lit of LOlelnddrellrIL C KINO oa 1JI r Weeds 1 E Wljy Plaot ri t You Have Enough As It M Buy the Best Export Field Seeds and Raise i i Good Crops il Geo Dg Hoppers Stanford Ky If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W B McRobertsDRUGGISJw IJTANFORD jf i s r I if IJ The Chance Of Your Life Time I 1 Neverbefore 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 k We offering 40000 rolls of the best papers that the market affords at prices that are absolutely startling This is all good I are and is not the picked over laidinthecorner kind but is the best there is to be had We are now offering stockI Ithisentire lot in order to reduce our stock at less than 13 of Regular Price I i 15 20 25c Papers that sold for 15 20 and 25c cents we are sacrificing at 2 I The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford a luonddati materP- IIBLIBU1dD TUESDAYS AND FHIDAT AT 100 PER YEAR CASK When not so paid lull will be charged L tNe TINGE TABLE No SI South 1111 P No rJ Houthl4 80 P No21 North 433 A x Non North 318 r u JOS S RICE Agent Lumber For Sale AU kinds of ltoulh Lumberfor ante DIlls filled on short notice unit mill In connro lion Mill on Gren river Jumbo rood mild East of McKinney Terry 4 ewell JJcKlnney K- yRhode 75 Comb Rhode Island Red each m foi Breeding ponsbin L n COOK- Htanford Ky Jesse W Sweeney PBOPBIKTOB Livery Fosi and Salo Stable w Lancaster Ky B D Now Livery Depot Street Phone A S Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store it the Owsley Building 50 Years An The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre sented Jesse D Wearen t The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs Then willexchange Furniture for dl Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY u II C Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office riiouc Homo Ilior e 33 y 1 J l Iff rII q q 5c FARMERS DEPARTMENT S J Bell sold to Scott Bros a milk cow for 50 FOR SALE300 or 400 bales of good timothy hay for sale L C Dunn Mt Salem Northern White recleaned Seed Oats GSc per bushel Jas D Shelby Junction City WANTED barrels good whit corn delivered at once at Junction City Ky Burke Baucom W M Dodd of Hustonville sold to S T Harbison of Lexington a team and a gelding for 1250 The Advocate says that W T Robin son sold to Lanier Bros a pair of mule for 425 Mr Robinson sold to J S Baughman a pair for 300 In Fleming W J Tally of Peed has a ewe that gave birth to a fine lamb and nine days later gave birth to two more strong healthy lambs The mule salo by T F Dunlap i Son near Midway 73 head sold at an average of 160 The mules were two year olds and in fine condition At the Dodd horse sale at Wilmore J C Baileys fine gelding was taken down at 300 Embry Bros of this place took down their gelding at 200 FOR SALEA first class mule jack nine years old with a splendid repu tation and a good pedigree Addres Joe B Williams R F D No1 IIustonville Ky 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 Messrs J K and M S Baughma swapped with a Columbia Tenn party a carload of mules for two fine jacks The jack the latter gentleman gets Is the champion of Tennessee He Is six years old and a model Lightning struck and completely des troyed a large barn on the farm of Wess Gritton in Anderson county Severaljthouaand pounds of tobacco a number of sheep and other stock were burned There was a loss of several thousand dollars with no insurance The board of control of the Montgomery Burley Tobacco Society organiza tion has raised 1000 which has been offered as a reward for the arrest and conviction of the person or person writing the threatening letters recently received by members of that organiza tlonThere was a good crowd in town Court Day and considerable trading was done Plug horses sold at prices ranging from 3 to 80 and fairly good horses at 135 to 1C5 A big lot of mules were on the market and sold at 250 to 350 per pair Not many how ever changed handa There were a rood many cattle at the stock yards ind fairly good prices prevailed Rich nand Register PREACHERSVILLE There is talk of piking the road from here to Drakes Creek It would be a ouch needed improvement John D Horton sold 30 hogs toT W Jones at 4c also some 1200pound teers to J H Baughman at 4Jc Au rust Bartels and Elias Griffin sold a farm at Griffin Station to Chas Scott of Crab Orchard Price not learned Miss Jennie Rogers was the guest of Miss Katherine Melvin Master Hor ton Grissom who is attending school at drab Orchard visited grandmother Mrs N J Horton Drew Siler and wife of Jellico are at P E Parrishs Irs Siler is very ill John Bell wife and baby and John B Anderson were visitors at John Naylors Miss Katlo ayne is with the family of her brother J F Payne Mrs G C Kennedy 9 very ill Mrs W C Cummins and 1ttle daughter are IIIof grip at the home of her father Mrs A J Thomp son is complaining Frank RIgsby is ill of rheumatism David Lunsford who vas about well of grip following meas le9 has congestion of the lungs J J Thompson is quite sick T W Jones Is indisposed Croup positivelychecked In20 minutes Dr Snoops 0 mlnu o Croup Remedy acts like Magic No vomiting nothing harsh A simple safe pleasant dependable croup syrup 60c Bennys Drug Store u t A fiveyearold son of A S Irvine o Laurel burned to death by its clothes arching from an open grate JOtJI1IJ 50c For our 25 and 50c 75c and up We are offering papers that 25culously11 Lt4E GISSOIVSr flAIN STREET Ville IslandiReds rouM CARTER 96- STANFORDKENTUCKY PRICESu- rgeon Agency50 JLBeazleyCo McClary Paradoxical it may seem the de feat of cxGov Beckham for the Uni ted States Senate was duo to the whls ky interests and to the prohibition forces The Republicans worked both sides and worked them to a finish It was a rare example of how both ends could be played in favor of the middle It Is another case where temperance people permitted themselves to be made fools of where they were made the tools for their own undoing They jumped into politics and at the last moment during the campaign threw their strenth to the Republican ticket electing in this district alone both the Republican Representative and Senator Had they kept hands off there would have been Democrats and Beckham would have been elected on the first ballot As it is their pet measure the county unit bill is almost certain of defeat by the Republicans and they have allowed the whisky Interests to send one of their champions to the United States Senate where ho will do their bidding for the next six yearsOwensboro Inquirer Good For Everybody Mr NormanltCoulter a prominent architect in tho Delbert Building San Francisco says I fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bit cers as a tonlo medicine It Is good for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders In a prompt and elllclent manner and builds up the systemlI Electric Bitters Is the best spring medicine ever sold over adrug gists counter as a blood purifier it is unequaled 60c at Pennys Drug Store The Caspian Sea is the largest Inland body of water in the world It is 740 miles long and its area is about 140000 square miles but it is rapidly diminish ing in size Pain can be quickly stopped A 25 cent box of Dr Shoops Headache Tablets will kill any pain everywhere In 20 minutes Besides they are thor oughly safe Painful periods with woman neuralgia etc quickly cease after one tablet Pennys Drug Store Whats the hmatterherTJJCan she keep a beau Oh yes The trouble is she cant find one wholl agree to keep her PARKERS HAIR BALSAM IWtfnJrnoJeuNrr F 1U to Union CotcrQuaacndlua Drurtla Mail Us a Check for What is Due this Office FARM FOR SALEa 105 acres nenr Klngivlllo Ky one mile from railroad itallon About 3 ncni cllar ratnotufftorwater young orchard one growth of yoiiny timber Must bo sold J I = Klnc vllle Ky McKINNEY MANTLE iGRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In nml nianufnclurcr of Ornnlta and Mnrblo Monunleiiti llnto1lntl Work nt Hcnsonnblo Price Oillca nnit Works McKlnniy Kjr shop closet on Hatunlny 10 REWARD I I or the nrrrtt anil conviction of allY person lreim ilnK my fnrm tiny or nliiht or dolllit Injury to stock In t01I1I1I for pUb Ile highway or Injury to stock trout the lands of nndlutureInhsoonernspec- ml past present reward tae for imrtlculnri St4J rue Carpenter GILIERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no onon word for It hut come and tee All goods sold nt reducer price i Mens and Ladles tnderwear and blubbers Mont and llojrsHults nt Coit I will very nte tul for your pntronnKo IX J SMITII 60 YEARSI TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS 4cAnions sending iskeleb n4 dcrlptlnn mat Rukkl ascertainlpmbabl7FtpttthIqnmmunlen recnnatpasanuendPateau l en MCk wlthoutehare IAthl Scientific Htticrican Akandometr111totratedweaklr Larretcthe- olattonofanrHOntlde Terms M NoaroCo3810resdasrNew tluldhralnwdalaraI- I bras ullloe SL lL- POSTED whose appear strictly torbld hunUIIIIlllhlnl or any kInd of tree passing on our will prosecute vl olotor to the full extelttof the law Alex Cooper Mrs Mar 1leMr WBlter Warren Mr White lira Tinilfy Hpooimraor- r W Unrter lien r Murtln M K Lawrence Jteuben Curtis JH locker J M 1eltui T A Rice Morgan Ubftppol- lAinunitt Hchnoff r On n KerrlU 11 Holtielnw rV11tety- Mr Jl rulllnm 1L L 1uIIIini 1uterilnimor Mrs KnUierlno Adoi Meiner Paxton Ashley Jt OJtaiinon James N lash J Novlil darter U M Hark Joseph Hnllnu M Mm Jai ItAlnei J ItOnincnUcli Dr JOOnnwnter Mrs IlebeccaRCarponter W I Martin- A M Krye J Jl Thompson Thomas ram Jas It Hkldmorv David llurtou J It Ilunoh 8L C Itlchardson Joseph Krnit Miss llIttll lliiwen Ilroi Fred Vnnaruengnu H K Oiilnoi Albert VonOruenflin AT Trnylor Illliurnaooah N11 Iluiitinvr Fred Ununmnn lUelinrd Hviter- Owtloy lunn Henry Ilciter Will HoMf ILO utntelivy W 0 Floyd J W je k 3i Jnrvli J W Ilnuehnmu J W tlIrucctJOHJlrtlU 111 Underwoodtlion 1111 MnrOl1hena- Johu Martin Alcorl Jolin Uuiiipiiljcli wmOordlnr Dun M D Klmorw- UMrs N lldootlo B Tale David Kteveus John Jufer lOlltOotllbort Adeline Craig Christian Jacob J J Thompson EXCEEDINGLY LOW RATES ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP TO THE WEST SOUTHWEST AND NORTHWESTVIA THE HENDERSON ROUTE FROM LOUISVILLE KY HOMESEEKERS COLONIST ROUND TRIPONE WAY Tickets on sale February and March 3d 17th ReturnTickets on sole Dally Limit 25 days March lit to April 30th OKLAHOMA CITY29oo PORTLAND ORE4170ALA- MOGORDO N M 3500 SEATTLE WASH 4170 DALHART TEXAS 3250 TACOMA WASH r 4170 FT WORTH TEXASr 3250 SPOKANE WASH 4170 SAN ANTONIO TEXAS 3250 SAN FRANCISCO CAL 4070 EL PASO TEXAS 4150 LOS ANGELES CAL 4070 CORRESPONDINGLY LOW RATES TO OTHERPOINTS For further information address PAUL ESCOTT Trav Pass Agent L J IRWIN Gen Pass Agent LOUISVILLE KY a i d tJ TO HOUSEKEEPERS I I The Standard Oil Cos INCORPORATED f J t Celebrated Lamp Oil FIRE PROOF Gives a PERFECT LIGHT and is superior in every respect to the SoCall edIt Fancy Oils for which you payfmore money Try it and be convinced For sale by all uptodate dealers Jhlt received n big line of these Call mid see the merits in thorn ovo any tiling else on tho market GKO II FARRIS 11 t- Irst 9latlo1l 1 9tink Stanford Jig Oryanfxtcf SS2 Caiilal Slock SSOOOfr Surplus and Wnititlitieii iProfilt f9QOOjln r Has paid in Diuidonds sincd Oryanijealon 2f 50O- Snvilo 9ettt Accounts on Our foretL OFFICERS DIRECTORS IV IcM J H4aujhraan J S Hocker residentI iJ D Hlmore J M Fettus- larrirS t Vice Iresident s II Baughman J F CUJDmlns- John J McRoberts CashierT Harris James Robinson Bill II C Baughman Asst CashrI C IJTatelakcr the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3000000 SH SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J Be Owaley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanford Johu B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W 0 Walker Stanford J B Pnxton Stanford j W II Traylor Qilhortu Creek R L Hubble Lancaster j W II Cummins Prcachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts 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