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THE INTERIOP JOURNAL r VOL xxxvi STANFORD KY TUESDAY MARCH 10 t90SMO3 f State Normal School Richmond Ky Our Normal School has just passed Its first anniversary It has been a lit tie more than ono year sinco It opened Its doors for business Sipco that tlmo It has mado rapid progress as a State Institution Tho enrollment at present is 289 In tho Normal and 135 In the Model School This enrollment is not as great as that of the Western Normal but it shows as much progress conk ering the facilities with which each school started and the difficulties that have been surmounted Our school Is running nicely and is doing splendid work It is doing all within Its power to reduce the expenso of each student to a minimum while ho Is In tho insti school handles all tho books used by the students One room in tho main building is used as a book store This a is opened during certain periods of each f day when tho students may buy all their school supplies at about 10 or 20 per cent discount from tho regular sell ing price This arrangement Is con venient to tho students for three reasons First tho books are sold at a discount Second books that aro used one or more terms may bo sold to tho store management for a little less than tho cost price Third It Avoids a mUll walk to town every tune ono wants a new book or a pencil Tho Normal has a small library of about 1000 books This is only a nucleus of what it will bo liter on Now books aro being added to It constantly Tho library Is open for tho free use of tho Normal students Tho librarian Miss Darter Is a graduato of tho School of Library Science of Illinois University and is very efficient In her work Tho E K S N Student Is a monthly paper published exclusively by tho students of tho Normal School It was launched in January and so far only two issues havo been printed Every thing In tho Student is written by Nor mal pupils Tho subscription to the pa per Is CO cents a year W II Ward ono ot our Normal students is editor of the Student The Young Mens Christian Associa tlon is well organized among men stu dents Tho association meets each Sun day at 2 r M for Bible study Presi dent I II Oootho of tho Y M C A and 24 members attended tho State Biennial Convention at Winchester Feb 2022 Our school had the largest number of delegates of any school rep resented The writer WH a delegate and can report a pleasant and profitable occasionSupt L N Taylor who Is teaching ID tho Normal and 23 students from Pulaski havo organized a union among themselves His known as the Pulaskl Club Puhukl county claim f tho distinction of having the second largest attendance of any county represented Madison Is first with an en rollment of 40 students Lincoln county lacks several of hay ing her quota full I see only two rea Theeitheradvantages that aro hero or else the cost of boarding is too high I must admit tho boarding proposition is not as good as it should be All tho men and several of tho women students find boarding and lodging with private fam ilies throughout tho town at prices ranging from 3 to 350 per week The women who board at Memorial lieu pay 260 per week In tho near future tho State will erect dormitories largo enough to accommodate all who may come hero- Everybody in tho Normal has been deeply interested for the last few weeks in tho passage of House Hill 140 by the Legislature And since It has passed both Houses resolutions have been adopted expressing our sincere thanks to our Representative at Frankfort 4 The Sullivan Hill as It is called from its chief promoter Judgo J A Sulli f van of Richmond was introduced in the Lower house and referred by that body to tho committee on State Normal Schools This bill called for 500000 to r be divided as follows 200000 to State College and 150000 to each of the two State Normal Schools This commit tee reported favorably on the bill and tho Lower House passed the measure by a vote Of 69 to 17 We aro glad to state that of tho 17 who voted against it only three were from tho Eastern district tho others being from the Western They are nearly equally di vided eight being democrat and nino republicans Tho Senate passed tho same bill by a voto of 35 to and now all It lacks of becoming a law is tho governors bignaturo Tho following resolutions wore adopted by the Nor mal School expressing its thanks to tho Representative nnd Senators at Frankfort for tho passage of tho bill Whereas wo are tho recipients of tho a advantages afforded by tho creation and maintenance of State Normal Schools therefore bo it resolved e 1st That wo hereby tender our sin cero thanks nnd gratitude to our Representatives for tho manly and i liberal attitude manl fasted by tho pas sago of House Dill No 140 2nd That we as students and teachers of the E K S N S and as citi acne of Eastern Kentucky do hereby pledge ourselves to stand as a unit in tho betterment of educational condi lions In our section of tho State and if necessary to uso nli our power and in fluence in ao organizing our respective communities so as to uphold tho hands ofour Representatives who havo so cheerfully supported and so earnestly striven to secure for tho Normal Schools their much needed appropriations 3rd That a copy of these resolutions bo sent to each Representative- I desire to commend tho loyal sup port lion W II Shanks gave to tho measure I believe I volco tho sentiment of the teachers of Lincoln county by saying that tho position of Repre sentative Shanks upon educational matters is more than satisfactory Lin coIn county is fortunate in having such a Representative in tho Legislature LESLIE ANDERSON POLITICAL Tho Senate passed tho army pay bill increasing tho pay of officers from 5 to 25 per cent and the average pay of enlisted men 40 per cent Tho Fairbanks Republicans of tho Third congressional district will make an effort to defeat J Frank Taylor of Glasgow for reelection as State Central Committcomun The South Carolina Legislature elect ed Prank II Gary of Abbeville United States Senator to succeed the lato A C Latimcr Mr Gary was elected on tho fourth ballot receiving cightyonc votes Tho Republican Committee of tho Seventh appellate district will meet at Mt Sterling March 17 and declare Judgo E C ORcar the Republican nominee no other candidate having an nouncedNebraska Democrats In convention at Omaha gavo William J Bryan a great ovation adopted a platform con strutted by him and instructed their delegates to voto as a unit in his terest at tho National Convention in DenverThe Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries agreed to report favorably bills appropriating 250000 for the establishment of fish hatcheries in Tennessee Texas Louisiana South Carolina Florida Kentucky and four other States Tho county unit bill received what Is believed to have been its death blow In the Senate when hat body changed tho rules governing tho calling of a bill from committee so that a twc thirds instead of a majority vote is required It Is not believed that the friends of the county unit bill will bo able to muster twothirds of tho Sena tors in favor of the bill Gov Charles E Hughes received the indorsement of the Now York republl can State Committee for tho presiden tint nomination Tho resolutions adopt ed by unanimous vote commended ruggedIto oppose wrong and In demanding justice for all and classed him will the greatest and most heroic figures in American history Washington Lincoln Grant and Mc Kinley Tho Minnesota Democratic Stat Committee in session at St Paul adopted a resolution indorsing Gov John A Johnson for tho tho Democratic nomi nation for President The Bryan men on tho committed fought strenuously against tho resolution which was finally adopted by n voto of 03 to 23 Tho Bryan forces announced that they would not bo bound by tho action of tho committco and formed an organization to carryon tho fight for a Bryan dole ntlon from Minnesota to thu Depver invention Tho State Convention will bo held in St Paul on May 14 Given Up To Die n Spiegel 1201 N Virginia St Evansvllle Ind writes For over lye years I was troubled with kidnoy and bladder affections which caused mo much pain and worry I lost llesh and was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had tureo of tho best physicians who did mo no good and I was practically giv en up to die Foloys Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottlo gavo mo great relief and after taking the second bottlo Iwasentlrolycured Why not lot It help you Pennys drug Store Charles B Landls was renominated by acclamation for Representative by tho Republicans of the Ninth Indiana congressional Notice To Our Customers Wo are pleased to announce that Polcys Honey and Tar for coughs coldn nndlungtroublo isnotatlcctcdby tho National Puro Food and Drug laws it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend its a safo remedy for children und adults Pennys Drug Store NEWS NOTES Thomas C Mann jailer of Nelson county is dead Joseph Fletcher said to bo 110 years old is dead in Montgomery County William Nelthorpo Bcauclerk tha British Minister to Peru died at Lima Mrs Virginia C Thompson for 13 years postmaster of Louisville is dead in Washington City aged 74 Copt Cinclnnatus D Doll one of tho most prominent citizens of Western Kentucky died at Hopklnsville Gov John A Johnson will dedicate the monument erected by tho Stato of Minnesota on the Shlloa battlefield on April 10 Tho Knickerbocker Trust Co which suspended business at the beginning of tho financial panic will resume business March 20 A seat on the New York Stock Ex change has been sold for 52000 which Is 1000 above the prlco at tho last recorded sale Four hundred houses were destroyed by firo at Noda Soy a brewing town in Japan The property loss is estl mated at 2600000 Rev Dr Silas C Swallow who was tho Prohibition candidate for Pres- Ident of tho United States in 1904 Is seriously ill wlth typhoid pneumonia at Harrisburg Ellwood T fiance committed suicide in Detroit He was first vice president of tho Union Trust Company andlform cr postmaster of Detroit Financial worry was the cause Immediate official Investigation tho provisions for firo protection in tho Chi cago public schools has been ordered by tho school management committee of tho Board of Education Threo lives were lost when the tow boat Stella Moren with two flats of coal went over Dam No2 on the Monongahcla River at Port Perry Pa and sank In 20 feet of water John T Jackson charged with par ticipation in tho burning of tho tobacco stcmmcrics at Princeton during tho raid two years ago was acquitted the jury being out but 30 minutes Two Chinese Jung Jow and Mock Kung will bo hanged In Moyamenslng prison at Philadelphia Tuesday for the killing of several of their countrymen last Summer during a pitched battle A disastrous reckon the Southern Railway near Paris was prevented by schoolboys who dragged away a large pole which had been blown across the track shortly before the express was dueCurry Robertson and John Henry Negroes were lynched and trjclr bodies burned near Hawkinsvillc Ga for the murder of Mr and Mrs Warren Hart One of tho Negroes confessed and said tho motive was robbery Rumors that unless tho county unit bill tho restricting act tho night ri der measure and one or two others fa vored by tho Administration aro passed an extra session will bocalled by Gov Willson are again being circulated in FrankfortTho of the little victims of tho Collinwood school fire to perish was Glen Barber aged 10 years He died Saturday from injuries sustained in his leap from the secondstory window of the school building Tho death list is now estimated at 174 Mo Use To Dio- I have found out that thoro is no uso to die of lung trouble as long as you can get Dr Kings Now Dlsiov cry says Mrs J P White of Hush boro Pa I would not be alive to dny only for that wonderful modtcino It loosons up a cough quicker than anything olso and cures lung disease evun nhtir the easels pronounced hopol loss This mist reliable soughs and colds lagrlppo asthma bronchitis and hoarseness is sold un der guarantee at Pennys Drug Storo 50c and 81 Trial bottlo free +MATRIMONIAL Fred Braunchweig of this county was married last week at Owasso Mich to Miss Bertha Hecke A friend writes that it was a pretty wed ding and that a large number of and relatives were present 10000 paid by Dr Snoop for any recent ease of Grippo or acute Cold that a 25 cent box of Provcntlcs will not break How Is this for an offer The Doctors supremo confidence In hose little Candy Cold Cure Tablets Provcntlcs Is certainly complete Its a 81 against 25 cents pretty big odds And Provontlcs remember contalu no quinine no laxative noth- Ing harsh nor sickening Pneumonia would never appear If early colds wore always broken Safo and suro for feverish children 48 Provontlcs 25o Pennys Drug Store Tho verdict in tho cuso of Lieut Gen Stocssel who was recently sentenced to death by n courtmartial at St Petersburg has been formally pronounced It Is relieved that Emperor Nicholas will accept tho recommendation of the court that the sentence bo commuted HUSTONyiLLE- Mlsa Graco Goode is visiting tho Misses Miller at HedgovilloIMrs George was over 60 places by tho explosion of a dye namite cap in coalfThe wife of Rov J T Biishong of Clearwater Fla was burled here Saturday Sho was tho daughter of J K Hopkins of Moreland Tho horse jack and mulo sale on tho 25th and 26th from the entries being made will certainly eclipse all former efforts in this line in this part of the country Tho Young Girls Aid Society of the Baptist church will give a candy pull ing party on Tuesday evening in the room under tho telephone exchange Go and help a good cause A J Adorns closed a contract with a Louisville firm for building his home with all modern conveniences for 4 000 Work will begin in a few weeks and rushed to early completion Tho stated meeting of the Huston villo Masonic Lodge will convene at 2 p M Friday next for work in F C and M M degrees A cordial invita Lion is extended to tho craft to attend Miss Cora Lipps and sister have rent ed tho Morso store room and are in Cin cinnati buying a full line of ladles fur nishing goods and millinery Dress making will be a special feature Their opening will be announced later A splendid business already estab shed and on a good paying basis for several years can bo bought worth the money Also a house and lot on Main Street at a bargain For full particulars call on or address Williams Co real estate agents Ono of tho cleverest men in Casey county Cal Neal lost a splendid barn last week by being struck by lightning Also a lot of baled hay 400 bushels of corn wagon harness and farming im plements No insurance Mr Neals little son who was out in the yard at the time was knocked down by the bolt but has fully recovered Rev J F Bennett and wife left Friday for Somerset where the latter was born and raised and where her relatives yet live The opera house was packed Thursday night to hear his lost sermon which was conceded to be a grand ef fort upon Love and Duty of a Chris tian He enters upon the evangelis tic field work in which his success has been almost phenomenal- At tho home of Edward Lucas near Mt Salem Friday night Richard Martin who was visiting there was called to the door and a bucket of water thrown at him Martin sidestepped tho water and it fell on tho bed of a lick child This prank had been played in tho neighborhood before and Mr Lucas hearing them again approaching his door went out and fired twice atI the fleeing boys About 40 bird shot took effect in the calf of ones leg No other casualties aro reported Boys will have their fun regardless of cost Wove been there- Remember that when tho Stomach nerves fall or weaken Dyspepsia or Indigestion must always follow But strengthen these same weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and then see how quickly health will again return Weak Heart and KId- ney nerves can also bQ strengthened with tho Restorative where Heart pains palpitation or Kidney weak ness is found Dont drug tho Stom ach nor stimulate tho Heart or Kid noys That is wrong Go to the cause of theso ailments Strengthen thoso weak Inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and get well A simple singlo test will surely tell Penny Drug Store Alleged night riders of Caldwell and Trigg counties have been sued ll the Federal Court for 100000 Rob ort II Hallowell and Mary Hallowell of Vandergriff county Indiana who declare they wcro whipped and shot and driven from tho Stato by tho defendants nnd others unknown to prevent their testifying in the courts of Caldwell county against tho defendants Tickling or dry coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it Is so thoroughly harmless that Dr1 Shoop tolls mothers to uso nothing also oven for very young babies Tho wholesome green loaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub givo the curative properties to Dr ShoopsCough Cure It calms tho cough and heals tho sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or suppress Demand Dr Shoops Take no other Pen- Drugstore r Peter Patterson of the Perryvillo sec tlon of Doyle Is lJead Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is a new remedy an improvement on tho lax fives of former years as It does not grlpo or nauseate and Is pleasant to take It is guaranteed Pennys Drug Storo Dulehess Trousers I I Dutchess Will Please You Every DaV 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 La dies anti Gents Furnishings Etc We Want To Buy Life Iii= slirance Policies If you have a policy you wish to sell for the cash write us giving name of company and kind of policy how many annual premiums have been paid on it No policy of less than Seven Annual Premiums wanted We collect Notes and Accounts any where a No charges unless we make the collection i Real Estate of All Kinds Sold and Exchang edReference Banks of Somerset Somerset Real Estate Agency I Somerset Ky a f tlr1A t Northern seed Irf t oItstI at 6k per busheLi 1w1 Stanford KentuckyIrv THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TOkTRANSFER MONEYfIS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONErFOR RATES AfPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED t t The Interior Journal J L Co WALTON h JOHN J MOSER countiparty I M BRUCE tIIa candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county abject to the action of the Democratfo party JAMES C HAYS Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democrat 1partyI D C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democrat party DINK FARMER Ian candidate for the Democratic nomln tlon for jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party J W FOLEY Ii a candidate for Assaxcor of Lincoln coun tyiubject to thenction of the democratic party The Future of The Party Dissension in the ranks of the Demo cratic party lead to its defeat at the polls last year It is not in order at this time to undertake an analysis of the various elements of the dissension with a vicwof placing the responsibility The latest blow to the party is the defeat of the nominee for U S Sena tor by arepubllcan with a democratic majority of eight in the General Assem bly This was accomplished by treach ery on the Ipartj of certain members elected as democrats and was brought about by aconspiracy of the Courier Journal the Whisky Trust the Beer Trust and the Tobacco Trust The claim of the bolters that their action wasfor the good of the party fallsflat in the face of the fact that a republican was elected by their votes There canbe no excuse for that One thing apparent to every demo crat who has the welfare of the party at heart is that in the future we must repudiate absolutely the CourierJour nal Inthe last 13 years it has helped elect two republicans to the U S Sen ate and contributed to the defeat of two democratic State tickets It has done the party more harm than all the other influences combined It pretends to be democratic only that it may serve its masters the trusts better its con tinued betrayal of the party being of more bencfltto the trusts than wculi be its open opposition to the party For our part we hope it may go bag and baggage into the republican party that we may be done with its damna ble influence once and forever And we call on the democratic press and democrats generally to allow it no place in the democratic party It belongs to the trusts and docs their bidding on all occasions Such a paper has no place in the ranks of the great common peo pie Its recent declaration that it msans to support Mr Bryan has pot deceived a single democrat in the State who has watched its hypocriticalcourse in the past Itmade the statement for the purpose of getting the confidence of the democracy that it might make its betrayal of the nominee more effect ual We trust it will have the decency to come out in the open against Mr Bryan when he shall have been nomi nated instead jot adopting the same tactics it used last year in Kentucky in helping to defeat the State ticket We are tired of being damned with fairlt praise The editor of the Courier Journal will take which ever course he thinks will be the most detrimental to the nominee He has practiced treach ery so long that no sense of shame will deter him from adopting the more reprehensible of the methods if he con cludes that he can thereby most injure Mr Bryan His inordinate vanity will not allow him to forget how Mr Bryan once held him up to public ridicule be fore a great Kentucky audience As long as Henry Watterson lives the Courier Journal will have but two pur poses ono will be to do the bidding of the trusts at all times and under all circumstances and the other will bo to furnish him a means of venting his per sonal spites and gratifying his petit jealousies We believe we can carry Kentucky this Fall in spite of the Courier Jopr nal and we are absolutely sure it can be done if Vie can force that paper to make its bed with the republicans openly as it has recently done in the election of Bradley- In order that we may get rid of this incubus the democrats in every county of the State should see to it that in the selection of delegates from the county conventions to the State convention this year only tried and true democrats be chosen men who will place the fu ture of the party and particularly the election of a president this year above their personal likes and dislikes A State convention made up of men of this character will infuse new life into the party in the State it will write a party law that will the Halde mans and Vreelands of Louisville from foisting upon the General Assembly again such men as McNutt Charlton and Mueller Wo do not care what wing of the par ty the delegates may have trained with when we had in the party what we want now is a State convention made up of real democrats they will do the rest j IThe Political Situation With a Democratic State Convention only a few months in front of us it maybe well enough for us to take our bearI- ngs That Convention will write the party law for the next four years name the State Committees for the same period and send delegates to the National Convention at Denver All of these matters are of vital important to the welfare of the party and there fore demand our earnest consideration Whether we were Administration or Antiadministration Democrats in the years that have passed is not now the question and a discussion as to who was right and who was wrong can do no good all that is behind us It is the future of the party that should concern us now and this is especially true in view of the fact that we have a Presidential election this year The Courier Journal and the Whisky Trust have brought about the election of a Republican to the United States Senate Tho fight began with tho us unl hypocritical claim that it was for the purpose of purifying the Democratic party That this was but a disguise behind which the conspirators worked for the election of Bradley was made clear when the traitors who voted for him were given every opportunity to support some other Democrat than Gov Beckham and refused The loyal Dem ocrats asked them to name any straghl reputable Democrat and assured them that they would vote for him but the emissaries of the Courier Journal and the Whisky Trust were on the floor of the House and did not allow any traitor to get away from them The C J attempted tot purify the party in 1895 and Bradley was elect ed it attempted it in 1896 and 1897 and Deboe was elected to the Senate for the last four years it has helped poison the minds of Democracy against their public officials and we have a Repuli can State Administration this year it has played the same game and Bradley has been elected Its every effort to reform the party has resulted in the election of a Republican Its only pur pose for the last dozen years in calling itself a Democratic paper has been to get in a position where it could betray the party in the interest of some trust And we but recite the political his tory of this period in making these statements Since it delivered itself body and soul into the hands of the money changers in 1895 it has been at the service of any trust that had the price Its latest and apparently Its most congenial ally has been the Whis ky Trust Ono thing as to the future is absolute ly certain and that is that this paper and the corrupt influences using it as n mouthpiece will endeavor to control the party To this end they will at tempt to dominate every County Con vention in the State that delegates to their liking may be selected Follow ing their usual tactics of fraud and deception they will start out with their old stop thief cry and endeavor to make the people believe that somebody is about to create a machine While it ought not to be necessary to warn the Democracy in advance against brace games of this character wo feel it our duty to do so All that concerns us is that good Democrats no matter what their align ment on questions within tho party has been in the past be sent as delegates- to the State Convention Let us select men who place the welfare of tho party above their personal likes and dislikes and who will not allow the convention- to be controlled by tho Whisky Trust and its subsidized organ A convention made up of such men will select only tried and true Democrats for the State Committees for delegates to the Na ional Convention and will write only wholesome party law Such a conven tion will mark the beginning of better days for the Kentucky Democracy and the influences going out from it will carry the State for Bryan in November And finally as it is better tohave our enemies in front of us than within our camp as spies and traitors we call on very Democrat who loves the principles of his party hates treachery and despises fraud to repudiate the Courier Journal the most insidious and dangerous enemy the Democratic party has in Kentucky TimE editor of the Louisville Times takes umbrage at an editorial of nearly a month ago in this paper in which we called attention to the insincerity of Mr Haldemans claim that he has ale ways supported Gov Beckham and in ists that the Times has never said any thing unkind about the exgovernor When that paper reproduced just after the November election the very meanest character of editorial matter criti ising Gov Beckham from the Lexington Leader and the Winchester Sun Sentinel both republican papers and marked the clippings democratic we presume this was not unkind Mr Haldeman knows that the Leader is a rank republican sheet published by Sam J Roberts Internal Revenue Collector and that the Winchester SunSentinel is even ranker published by the repub ican postmaster at Winchester and yet ho marked each clipping as coming from a democratic paper This was not only unkind but abase attempt- to deceive tho public can not hink of anything more unkind unfair umanly and base than such conduct li f u FROM the tone of recent issues of the Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL and the Frankfort State Journal those papers appear to be flopping over to the cause of E W Lillard It is surprising Inas much as these journals have always WjPside and it wouldnt bo surprising to find him blowing his horn for Bradley and Wlllson Advocate No no hone ey you are all wrong Tho INTERIOR JOURNAL and the Frankfort Journal were denouncing Lillards bolt when you were patting him on the back This paper condemned his action from the very start The Advocates change came with remarkable and if you per mit us to say it almost questionable suddenness The I J was working for the good of the great democratic party before either of the Advocates editors was born and it has never flickered in Its long and honorable career as a demo cratic paper In fact this paper was supporting democratic measures and men when the democrats of Boyle could no longer put up with the Advo cates bolt along in 1895 and 1896 and started a sure enough democratic pa per The Advocate bought out its democratic competitor and until its edl tors eyes were opened last week it was running along in Us old channel helping bolters and traitors by winking at their treachery There should be no mistake about our position Brers Em bry and Richardson Other people know we are democratic at any and all times and we should not be blamed for your inability to understand who and what a democrat is- SENATOR CHARLTON who has been a protege of the Haldemans for many years and who has been nominated by their manipulation of the city com mittee on every occasion was the first democrat God save tho work to vote for Bradley Oh no Mr Haldcmai has not been unkind to Gov Beck ham he wouldnot be guilty of a little thing like that ho just helped betray him thatXall What was it the Nig ger said to the fish when it was flounc ing when ho was getting ready to prepare it for the table TilE Timesjcharges thatour editorials aro sent from the Beckham bureau at Frankfort There are veryjfew things the Times and its soldicrlyieditor do not know and of course it is useless to argue with that paper and its wonder fully well posted editor However from the length of time it took Mr Haldeman to answer or rather dodge our charge his editorial bureau must be located near the North pole or at some other Inacessible spot S A SHANKLIN the democratic nominee was elected Representative of Mason county over Charles Degman republican by 1433 votes As Mr Shanklin was a warm Beckham man an idea may be had as to how tho feel ing is in Mason over Gov Beckhams defeat for U S Senator There has never been any doubt in our mind than that McKnight fearfully misrepresent ed his people V IF Mr Haldemans editorial a few days before Mr Bradleys election calling on Gov Beckham the demo cratic nominee to withdraw that Wheeler Campbell a lightweight bolt or might be elected wasOot both unkind and insulting then we confess that we are not able to properly judge of the character of a proposition when it is presented to us JOHN J C MAYO the splendid young mountain democrat is spoken of as a- good man to succeed Urey Woodson as National Committeeman Somebody ought to succeed Woo- dsonHal Merton The Wonderful Magician At Waltons Opera House Stanford i Friday Night March 13th Land Posted I Notice Is hereby given to the public that punlibraly no the allowed HK AND E JMhILHhighland Ky Home In Middleburg For Sale I wish to sell privately the house and lot In Mlddleburg Uuiey county known ns the Oowuu property The home U a onu story frollll n toad condition nlcel8nrIouthouses and thu lot IOlltlllnl nn ncrc Two wells on the place Hplmidld ohool In town and the several dcmimlim lions have creditable churches Fur further particular n J IIU11IILFTurneravllle KYi r nrge for examination orscicnllllcn i ngvyet by up to dale method Ire Il1l1nystyluand material guaranteed siUUfncton charges moderato Permanently located In Control Telephone Uulldlng Ky L t lrri1RLL Graduated Opto- tnutryitPAIN rain In the rodrnta anywhere has IU tlnM IlWl taronltUitlon Gin II blood tIWiUothelse UIUIIUTt At least so tan Dr Shoop and to prove 111 created a little Pink tablet That tabletcalled Dr Bhoop1 Headache Tablet coaxes blood pressure away from centers Its ellld IIrhannlnlr PI i CIlhUul GentlT dialLtlonII haTe a headache Its blood pressure If Its painful period with women same sage If you are sleepless mtlen nrrrcui its blood eonrwUon blood pressure That surely U lenalntTIfor Ur Shonpt HiadacheTablft stop and the tablets simply d1eUttalle pressureBraise It ttt nod and swell and pale you Of rourna It does Its con geenon blood pressure Youll find It where pain Common penee- we seat S3 cents end cheerfully rooo1 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 al letters from users were received the originators of Dr Caldwclla Syrup Pep sin the great herb laxative compound feel safe in cuaranteelnjj It In the various diseases of stomach liver and bow els such as chronic constipation dy pepsla indigestion biliousness flatul- ency sour stomach bloated stomach heartburnetc There is an absolute guarantee to refund the purchase price If Dr held wells Syrnp Fcpiln does not do what U claimed for Far sixteen years this remedy has been recommended for stomach liver and bowel com plaint and the fact that each year more tad Ore famine are uslwr It It has the merit claimed for sod the letters we are eon thuedlCAlcDrO1ldwelllon the market because to use his own words lireWilliamsused It In her home all her married life and would not keep house without It Thousands at others hue written to the same electIf you have any complalntfor which Dr Cad yourdrutglatandoo the basil that we guarantee satisfaction You tasteItpurgative waters salts and cathartic powdenor pills does notrripe and leave you fcrllcg weak and torn It is tare to say that you will like It and use It regularly when you hue call for a laxative It Is especially lulled to children and weak people because of UI gentle action CDCC TCCT Thou thiitr to try Dr Cud urInlrledfnlnw till company This effwhtoptDYSValthe rcntttfy will do is we cWm aid It only opt to there saysymptamsofstomacAlaerorbbweldisease let most effective laxative for children sad old THEPUSLIOpeenhersPEPSIN SYRUP 00 118 Said well Bide Montloello III Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO pikenearThis proper tylsnearchurcllnudschool housu II well worth No tIoo acres Smiles South of Grab Or chard on the MIllie rond has n twostory house good torn orchard and II well wilier ed about 100 acres of this land II bottom Innd nnd produces fine crop A bargain At bI1S cats e In OIiU and two years No a118 acres on flock Greek near Way nesburg 4room house torn and other out hulldlnus plenty of water Gash price p iot108acres near Iovel Green Hock castle county Ky Till farm line u new 2 story frame would cost to build now good burn crib Ac located near church and school This is a nice home and can be bought for per acre cash re mainder In 12 months No 5110 acres adjoining the above farms acres In cultivation Dwelling of booms good barn nnd other outbuilding nice or chard One of thexatslsringelnuse coun ty 1rlce nnd 2 3Sit acre adjoining farm NOl 4 and- herG0ood whiteloakhlctorylaand souseline cedar has r story log pricegood orch ard well wintered Casts No1o acres near Muretsburg KY Ito acres In cultivation good dwelling hause Mans und necessary outbuildings line water and school church und H It million Price pfsUe1S cash balance In ono und two years No 0S1 ncrc on Drake tulles frosts Crib Orchard Phis fnrlllrlekIII the pIke and Impart of the Oeo Evans farm Cbl1I line laud and In good condition all necessary buildings Tula Is a bargain lit 100 per acre No 1074 acres near Stanford Ky In nice shape with necessary bulldlugaetc can be bought worth the money No 8214 acres nenrOonway KYI nearly nil of this farm is bottom hand fine for corn ind meadow very Rood dwelling housojnew born and other buildings on county road 4 nlles from lierea Gollego Gush price 3 000 For full particulars In regard to nil the above farms see or write Ii It Hughe or lames L White Stanford Ky Walkover Shoes For Men They Are Correctly Named The ii Walkovert o j oII They just simply walk over the boys when it comes to MensITine Shoes Aijd Oxfords There is just a little more Style a little more Comfort and a little more Quality in the Walkover Shoe than anybody elses NowIif you dont believe it j Just Try One Pair and See Three Prices350 4 and 5 We haveV them in BLACKS AND TANS Shoes Oxfords and Pumps ready to be se nIand worn any minute I H J McROBERTSr STANFORD KENTUCKY I HOI WilIer Bottle Inthe sickroom there is scarcely one article of greater utility than the hotwater bottle We carry a large varietyaf goodjhot water bags Our prices are from 75c to 175 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Perfect Heat I i Hot water heating is perfect with tho exception of this Tho mosquito will bito you some during Winter If you can put up with that thou let Aldridgo heat your homo so that you can enjoy all your rooms Hot water e heating is clean economical and regular No Biiddcii changes in temperature You will save enough in Coal Comfort and Health tJ pay for tho outfit in a few years S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky i If You Want the Purest and Best Drugs get Them from STANFORD DRUG CO r STANFORD KY MAIICM 10 1908 lr WE are readto figuro with you on Spring Wo recommend Sherwr Wllliame as the best and cheapest Pennys Drug Store- PERSONALS MR P G WARNEK is down with a deep cold MB CHARLES UOIION of Lebanon was hero for a few days MR J T CONN and wife of Garrard have located at Somerset MRS W W HAYS spent several days with her mother at Lancaster MRS CHARLES BROWN of Lancaster Is visiting Miss Dollo Denny MR GEO 0 COOPER who has been at Hot Springs returned homo Friday MRS AUGUST R MILLER of Nash vllle is visiting Miss Mary A Wallace MRS JAMES MCRSHON of Lob non Junction was with tho homofolks hero MR W W WADE of Corbin is spending a few days with relatives heroMRS ELIZA BLAIN of Danville spent several days with her friends WILL HorrcR of Louisville spent several days with tho homofolks hero MR AND MRS W C PETTUS of Wilmorc havo n flair son at their home DR CAROLINE SPENCER of Rich mond spent a tow days with Mrs G G Perry Miss ESTELL WALKER of Madison county was tho guest of Miss Belle JOHN STEWART and Will Franklin of Winchester havo been guests of tho Misses Lutes MR AND MRS ED WILKINSON were in Casey last week to see her parents Mr and Mrs J W Moore j MRS J II DUNN and Httlo son and Miss Jennlo Totten of Lancaster wero guests of Mill Eulah Totten MISSES DORA AND MINNIE STRAUR y aro back from Cincinnati whero they bought lots of millinery goods CONGRESSMAN HARVEY HELM arrived from Washington yesterday to spend T a few days with his constituency MR M J HORN and family and Mr I I ROBCOO Waddell of Knoxville were guests of Mr Samuel Helm and family Miss MOLLIE FIFE of Richmond who Is at Crab Orchard Springs for n brief sojourn was tho guest of Mrs G I G Perry Mil 1 R HUQllBfl and wife Miss Susie Thompson and Mr 1 Warren Hughes left yesterday for a visit to Louisville and Frankfort IN remitting for his J Prof K L Grubbs of Junction City writes that ho Is teaching tho unfinished term of Prof Taylor In district No 29 In Boyle MR J M HALL of Hustonville was hero Saturday to meet Miss Elizabeth Hawkins of Corbin who will spend some tlmo with Mr Halls sister Miss Katherine Hall MR 0 P NRWLAND who has been at Mrs Browns Retreat for the Sick J for several weeks during which limo he was operated on for appendicitis was ablo to go homo Saturday Miss ROSE DICKPEDDIE of Danville treated tho crowd at tho athlctin enter taiamcnt Friday evening to a vocal solo 1 that was greatly enjoyed She has an exceedingly sweet voico and splendid control of It HON W II SHANKS was at home from Frankfort Sunday Ho Is making an enviable record in tho Legislature and wo sincerely hopo he will stand for to tho office he has filled 1raelectlon credit MRS E F SMITH and little son of Globe Arizona who havo been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W C Floyd near Hustonville left Monday to visit at Owcnsboro They were accompan led by Miss Hcttio Floyd r liON F P COMDEST of Casey went up to Corbin Saturday to attend a meet ing of tho 11th district republican com roittee It was necessary for Mr Corn best to drive 70 ride 150 on tho train to make tho trip but small things like that did not deter him from i meeting with his fellow committeemen LOCALS FRESH supply of that goody goody candy at Hoppers FIVE THOUSAND rods American Field r Wire Fence In stock W K Perkins Crab Orchard Ky LET Mrs B D Carter and Mrs Cummins do your stamping They havo the latest and most up to date pat tomeSTHE fiscal court at a meeting last week bought a rock crusher and tho county will do most of its rock crush ing hereafter AT a meeting of tho stockholders of the Lincoln County Fair Friday Mr Samuel T Harris was roelected presi dent and James F Cummins secretary Tho date decided on for this year is July 22 23 24 Tim Banquet of Mystical Novelties furnished by Mr Morton next Friday evening March 13th will conclude with a series of most laughable feats in tho pleasing and even popular art of von triloqulsm in which tho famous block head Joe will take a most impor tant part Witness it and bo pleased NEW shipment of buggies just in See them E T Pence CLOTHES cleaned r dyed repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop JUST received carload of White and mixed seed oats J S Murphy McKinney NICE lot of locust posts for sale at Jumbo Ky D C Sipplo Stanford II F D No3 J M WARE bought of Miss Rebecca Brummett her little place on tho Somer set piko for 300 MRS THOMAS J FOSTER offers fQr salo her desirable homo on East Main street See advertisement elsewhere Fort SALE NIco cottago with plcntj of garden space opposite court house square on Lancaster street Sea W IL Mueller jeweler THE regular session of tho Legis laturo will adjourn next Tuesday a possibilityextra session WB thank thoso who wore so kind to us in our recent bereave ment Their kindly ministrations are greatly appreciated Mrs C P Under wood and family e JOE BAKER a white boy 18 years old was arrested near Crab Orchard charged with breaking into Matt Cot feys homo in Rockcastlo Ho was turned over to tho Rockcastlo county authorities THERE will be meeting the fair men of this section hero next Saturday for the purpose of arranging dates for tho exhibitions to bo given this year Many prominent fair promoters from this section of tho Stato will bo here JAMES T MENEFEC ofthis place has rented a storeroom at tho corner of 4th and Chestnut streets Louisville and will open a cigar store the latter part of this month Ho is having same modern fixtures mado and his store will be n beauty THOSE who havo contracted to put their stock In tho combination sale at Hustonville March 25 and 26 will plcaso send in their entries at once so that tho catalogue may bo printed Send to Weather Cord Drye lIuston ville or Bcazlcy Embry Stanford TUB athletic entertainment given by tho Central University gymnasium team at Waltons Opera House Friday night was very clever indeed and the base ball team under whoso auspices tho show was given aro ahead a few dollars by tile enterprise Prof Harry Bright tho team instructor did some fine work and his students did more than was expected of them i- ON next Friday night March 13th there will be an entertainment at Wal tons Opera House which will bo amus ingly mystifying Mr Merton the magician ventriloquist and entertain cr will mako you spend a delightful evening and will divert your mind from tho cares incident to routine life in ev cry vocation You will enjoy It Come and witness tho clever feats in magic and spiritualistic tricks SOME one has suggested that the on ly decent thing for u bolter to do is to- go hang himself Wo want to add that there is one duty that should be performed before this final act and that is to call upon tho editors of any newspaper that encouraged him to bolt and then denounced him in order to reestablish themselves with tho Democ racy and Invite them to join him Frankfort Journal Wonder If the Jour hal hasnt the Danvlllo Advocate editors in its minds eve THE Hustonville people aro looking forward to the delightful song recital to be given at the Christian church there next Friday night 13th by Prin cess C Long one of Americas fin est singers This gifted woman has pleased thousands of audiences and she will no doubt have a packed house at Hustonville where there aro so many lovers of music The admission prices will be 85c for adults and 15e for child ren Go and hear her and at tho same tIme help a most laudable cause SILER MH B Slier wife of Drew Slier of High Cliff Tenn died of consumption at tho homo of her parents Mr and Mrs Peyton E Par rish near Prcachcrsvillo Saturday and was buried Sunday afternoon Sho is survived by her husband and two small children Deceased was a grand daughter of Dr W M Doores of Crab Orchard and was a kindhearted good woman Much sympathy is felt for tho young husband and little child ren as well aa for her parents and grandfather JUDGE AELLwhile on the bench hero issued a writ of habeas corpus in favor of Francis W Hanna tho alleged bigamist who was married to Miss Margaret Connelly of Danville last January and afterward arrested in St Augustine Fla upon n warrant sworn out by the brother of Miss Con No witnesses have appeared against Hanna and his is now sought Ho stoutly declares his in nocence His arrest caused a great sensation and mob violence was when he was taken back to Danville f ABSOLUTELY nothing was dono in tne county tourt yesterday LOST a rimless nose glasses Miss Berta Jean Penny LOST on streets of Stanford Sunday a long black veil MrsNaucy Stonet CIRCUIT COURT came to an end Fri day afternoon after a rather busy terra NICE new line of wall paper and mat tings See It before you buy Trib blo Pence BAD weather knocked outtho usual court crowd yesterday It has rained each of the three courts this year THE young people enjoyed a delight ful Impromptu hop at Waltons Opera House after the athletic entertainment Friday night Now is tho time to look foryour bug gy buckboard or carriage for Spring and Summer use Big lot to select from Also harness farming Implements wagons etc E T Pence Tim Edwards men weerocontrol of tho meeting at Corbin Saturdry and they called a primary for June to nominate a candidate for congress in tho 11th district The Caleb Powers men wanted a la primary NOTICE Having removed on Lan caster street opposite tho courthouse I solicit your trado In all kinds of repairing of watches clocks jewelry and graphophones Also such things sold on small commission Robt Fen zil Stanford Ky TilE sleight of hand performance to be given Friday night promises to bo one of the best of its kind Mr Mer ton Is second to none in htslline He is the equal If not tho superior to the Floyds which tho public will testify to bo firstclass in every respect The theatre or play going season Is about over and this will bo an entertainment when every one may resolve to make n record breaking house and feel repaid for tho evenings outing of pleasure and entertainment TIn indignation meeting at Danville Thursday evening was largely attended and some 18 or 20 speakers expressed themselves in no uncertain tones on Misrepresentative E W Lillards bolt of Gov Bcckham and final vote for Bradley They gave Mr Lillard just what ho deserved and if the other trait ors in the House and Senate at Frank fort had been similarly dealt with by their constituency they too would havo been taught a lesson that would never be forgotten Ringing resolutions con demning Lillard demanding his resig nation commending Gov Beckhams course ond declaring for Mr Bcckham for del gateatIargo to the National Democratic convention and Bryan for president were passed It was a great meetIng but wo are sorry it was not held earlier The day after Lillard first refused to vote for Gov Beckham for Senator would have been tho proper time but it was better late than never IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Lafayette Price aged G5 died of Brights disease Iq Danville Mrs J L Duvall aged 75 Is dead at Lebanon Junction of consumption William Erskens tho wellknown atone contractor of Richmond is dead Ismael Proctor was killed by the ac cidental discharge of his pistol in Anderson junty William Eversole Jr has been ape pointed postmaster ut Hazel Patch Laurel County Miss Maymo Lillard of Danville was selected as queen of the carnival to bo given by the Central University Ath loud Association Mrs Rachel Sparks was arrested at London on the statement of Felix Beatty a Negro that sho had given him a gold wa tch and a gallon bf coal oil to burn tho livery stable of Tip Sparks for his alleged friendship to Robert Boyd Jr who was acquitted of the murder of James Sparks her husband She denies tho charge Mrs Sparks was released on 1000 CHURCH MATTERS Tho singing at the Christian church under the leadership of Prof J W Ireland is fine It is a pleasing feature of the services at that church Tho Sunday school of the Christian church is in a most flourishing condition and Rev D M Walkers working hard to make it greater The attendance Sunday was 151 An effort Is being made to increase it to 165 next Sunday morning Three life convicts attempted to es cape from the Deer Lodge Mont pen itentiary by cutting the throats of Warden Conley and Assistant Warden RobinsonAt City S D Mrs Charles S Bar our shot and killed her adopted daughter during a trivial quarrel Tammany Is said to have decided not to return W Bourko Cockran and Francis Burton Harrison to Congress Workmen excavating a cellar near Fullerton Ky dug upa pot of gold containing 5000 in gold coins W F Ulshon sold to L K Rogers yesterday a twoyearold colt for 125 Intense cold is reported in the North west Desirable Home ForSale p I tleslro to sell privately my residence on Jn t MaIn street Htanfonl Tho lot con torytriuneeightcloset wllnlrohe etc A OOti tnlo and other out bnlldlngi Mrs Ihomas Foster Htnnford K- yNotice To Claimants yIcrioni having claims against tho eifnt of Jaime Lynn will present them to u properly proven not lIter than lurch in for payment and J n Lynn admrs J K yin INSURANCE lire Lightning WlndRtor1Life and and 4K8T Companies Represented Lowest Pos ilble Rate Guaranteed Lou Paying lleo ird Unequalled Talk with WAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence hone No 8J GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymado clothing when there it so llttlodllfcrenceln the price ol ready- made suits and n suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor 1 have a handsome line of MprlngSHummergoodsI San make from n the flnest dress lult Also Overcoats Trous Ira and Fancy Vests The company I rep cleat U second to none HOKUiaEYTheTnllor Stanford Ky TreesFruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Our strawberry plants are moneymakers Try them Write for free catalogues We have no agents II F HlLLKNMEYKK it SON- SLexington Ky AN ORDINANCE An ordinance to provide for the tale of the franchise or privilege to construct Itllblilh malntnln and operate a system the city of Htnnrorl Kentucky Thu City eounct of the City of Htnnforddo ordain in follows Her There Is hereby created and established n fmnchUe to erect olerntonudumtntnlnnteiephoneexchangeeatbrnclng phone poles fixture and wires along over through and under streets al- IcyundeWewnikeoftheCity of Htnnfonl Ilea t The 8nlll frnnchUe ihall continuo for the period ofO years tram and utter the time It shall become effective e8 The purchaser of wild franchise may assign or sell tame Her t Hnld poles fixtures wires cables nnd central ofllce nnd nil apparatus con nected therewith shall be constructed nnd maintained Inn suhtnntlnl workmanlike manner said sales shall bo neatly painted nod so located as not to Interfere fret use of any street or alley for tho pur elltranceHee1I The purchaserof said franchise his successors or aislgnes promptly re place nit paving and inarmlamUlng that twdltturlird by the purchaser or his iiiiigns In setting poles or In operating n telephone system or In exercising any of tin privileges herein granted ant said tUrehlllrl own OXIl1I8O remove nude bras or dirt that may arise or uccinulnto In ptrlllittedherehunder the supervision of tho street commit tee whosq bo to ace that this ordinance Is obeyed Heo n The rates by the purchaser of this allillnslallllIsuch business houses or olllces for two par ty line service with tint same long distance metallic equipment shall not exceed 1175 reaiedouelong distance equipment shall not exceed It ptr month nnd for twomrty lines with metallic long IllItllnco equipment shall not exceed per month These rates shall ap to all subscribers of tho purchaser or lilsnttslgns or successors residing within one ami one half miles of the court house In Htanford Ky or who subscribed furor have telephones directly connected with or embraced In the exclmncoof tho purchaser or his ngslgncs or successors at Htnnford Hc7 The City of Stanford shall havo the right to maintain and operate its tiro nnd pollca wires upon poles of the purchaser within tho corporate llmltsof Branford free of charge HecH Within M days after the confirmation of tho report of the ante of this fran chise the purchaser or his assigns or sue cesxors shall begin tho construction of the telephone system contemplated herein and shall proceed tncolllilletollamo together with nod exchange necessary to operate telephone system within n reasonable time thereafter which shall tai not more than six months after the date of tho said confirmation of tho sale Thooqulp ment of said system shall Ira modern In every respect failure upon the port of the purchaser his successors or assigns to perform substantially any of tlio terns of conditions Imposed by this ordinance shall authorize the Council of the City of Htnnford to annul and completely revoko all rights and privileges herein granted How over before such revocation shall be made the Council shall give to the said purchaser his assigns or auceesor notice of the filet 0 such failure nnd Its purpose to revoke said tights anti notify the time ondpllleo order of revocation will be mantle HecO Nothing herein shall be construed to give the perchasor his assigns or succes sors an exclusive to the privileges herein granted flee 10 Within ten days after the passage of this ordinance It tho duty of clerk of the council to advertise the sale of this franchise Its terns and the time place anti manner of sale In one Issue of some newspaper of general circulation published In the City of Stanford The sale shall bo mado at tlUblioolltcrrto tho highest and test made at tho court house door In the City of manford on some Hnturdny which shall be determined by tho clerk and stated In thoadvertlnementhereln provided for Tho clerk shall receive bids anti make report of his acts boreunderto the council nt Its next regular meeting and tho council shall then approve or set aside thl sale at Its discretion The Council shnlo have the right to reject any and all bids nnd the advertisement shall so state Nt bid shall be received except such as Is pub Rely announced at the time of the sale Ttio bidder to whom this franchise shall bo award od shnll pay to the city treasurer within ten days after tho confirmation of the report of the amount of his bid otherwise the purchaleIlhnllafter Its publication which shall be done by the Insertion of a copy of same In the Inte nor Journal A MayorLItltUGllztlOlerk In obedience to tho above ordinance I will on the list day of March at 2 p x In front of the court house door In Htanford Kentucky sell at public outcry the fran chise therein described L Ii HUGHES Oily Clerk ZTbe Elite skirt 1 Why They Look So Nutty Why They rttWearf Sowell LOOK FOR THIS TRADE LABEL IN EVERY SKIRT 4 THE FITof the Elite Shirts are perfect for the teas son that they are built on entirely new lines every garetwent being draped over living models not on inanimate wooden forms THE WORKMANSHIPon the Elite Shirts can f T not be excelled every garment is handtailored and hand pressed every seam bound double silk belting and gros Y grain silk placket steam shrunk and in consequence i cannot loose their shape THE FABRICSused in the Elite Shirts areallof t the very best none but allwool or allsilk every piece being thoroughly shrunk before being cut thus giving the wearer a skirt that will hold its shape and not draw- up THE STYLESused in the Elite Shirts are superb all the latest creations of the seasondirect importations Made as Represented Your Money Back sr Call and Inspect the ELITE SKIRTS NEW STYLES JUST RECEIVED SEVERANCE SONr For Sunshine or Rain Snowr or Blow TRIBBLE HUGHES t H Are always ready for you Sunshine will call for our dainty I t d Lawns Dimities Organdies Pearlines Swisses Laces Ham j burghs Ginghams and Linens Rain calls for our new line of Par 1 asols in Taflctas both plain and fancy handles and Persian bor tiers from 50c to 8450 Cravanettcs for shirts and coats For 3 Snow should it strike us again we have left some Winter Un derwear Gloves Hose mud Furs at great reduction youj il of our Auto Veils the Windy Spring can not effect t TRIBBLE HUGHES j Dry Goods Notions Shoes f 1Opera House Block Opposite Court HousetISTANFORD KENTUCKY v s xl The Emporium i i AT HUSTONVILLE J Will Continue its Reduction Sale Until Further Notice My stock is on the market at Reduction I Prices This sale is a bona fide one and not I jgoodsil CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter Wljy Plait Weeds 1 YouHave Enough As It Is Buy the Best Export Field Seeds and Raise Good CropsVGeo D5 Hoppers Stanford Ky 01 i I cr fHQ Chalice Of Your Life Time 1 Never before in themercantile history of Danville have the had such an opportunity to purchase staple highgrade goods at such a large reduction as we are now offering in our Fine Wall Papers W offering 40000 rolls of the best papers that the market affords at prices that are absolutely startling This is all good stock e are and not the pickedover laidinthecorner kind but is the best there IS to be had We are now offeringIS this entire lot in order to reduce our stock at less than 13 of Regular Price 50c For our r 25and 50c 75c and up We are offering papers that 25canA GI881CNSII MAIN STREET Daa1ViJJe The Interior Journal Entered in the Port 09ut at Stanford a uconddau matter rOBUBBBD TOEBDAYS AND PRIDYI AT 100 PER YEAR CASK When not so palt7A0 will be charged L N TIME TABLE No South 1111 PM No Zi south ana v x No il North SJ A x- NoItNorthl9 PM Jose S RICE Agent Lumber For Sale klndl of Rough Iuml er for ante Dllh tilled on short notice Grist mill In connec tion Mill on Green river Jumbo rood Yls rnllci Knst of McKlnney Terry A Newell HcKlnney K- yRhode IslandlReds I hove 75 Single Comb Rhode island Rod pullet and yearling liens for nle lit each Must be dlM owd of to mnku room for breeding pen MnLBOOOK Htnntord Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Food and Salo Stable Lanoaster Ky B D CARTER New Livery Depot StreetPhone 96- STANFORDKENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my1 Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Represented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Furniture MattingaRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary rF Undertaker Embalmer anc Dealer In Harnoss Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone Jlotce IhoneES iN FARMERS DEPARTMENT VJ W Williams bought of Ed Ballard a small bunch of steers at 4c FOR SALE300 or 400 bales of goodI timothy hay for sale L C Dunn Salem Northern White recleaned ed Oats CSc per bushel Jas D Shelby Junc tion City- WANTED600 barrels good whitoI corn delivered at once at Junction CityI Ky Burke BaucomSDogs ran a lot of sheep belonging to John McConnell of Boyle into Clarks run and they were drowned J D Eads bought of Whitchouse Baxter of Marion county 30 extra good 750pound cattle at 460IGeorge Cogar has bought 2000000 pounds of hemp this season at an average of 140 per ton Advocate J T Hackley delivered at Stanford for Mr Kincaid of Paint Llcka crop ofI about 30000 pounds of tobacco at 12Jc A G Montgomery and Sam McDow ell Jr raised on 10 acres of land 19 500 pounds of tobacco which sold in Lexington at 1280 FOR SALEA first class mule jack nine years old with a splendid repu tation and a good pedigree Address Joo B Williams R F D No 1 Hustonvillo Ky James Prewitt sold to Dr R H Lowis his 214acre farm near Wildie for 4000 and bought Lee Coffeys farm of 220 acres for 16X says the Mt Vernon Signal Ashland Maid owned by Frank H Dant of Lebanon winner of nearly ev cry sweepstake roadster ring last year was kicked last week and suffered a broken leg An effort was made to save her but to no avail and the great roadster was killed C T Bohon of Lebanon has bought the English imported Hackney stallion Glas more Prince rising four years old He will be remembered as winning first at the Iowa and Illinois State fairs and the Chicago and Terra Haute horse shows in 1907 and is one of the best Hackneys in the country He is by Co paId or Bonny Gabriel which sold for 8000 and is a half rother to the great show mare Hildred now owned by Miss Bedford of Connecticut Mr Bohon has owned this great horse scarcely two weeks and already has 22 mares booked to him at 25 He will no doubt make a good cross on mares in this country Best Healer In the World Rev F Starbird of East Raymond Maine saysIII have used Bucklens Arnica Salve for several years on my old army wound and other obstinate sores and find it the best healer in tho world I use it too with great success In my veterinary business It Price 25c at Penny s Drug Store William J Bryan will deliver an address in Chicago March 17 He will beat Peoria March 18 and will return to Chicago March 19 Mr Bryan will en crtain tho Populist and Democrat iced tors of Nebraska March 31 The Lucky Quarter- Is tho one you pay out for a box of- Dr Kings New Lire Pills They bring you the health thats more precious ban jewels Try thorn for headache biliousness constipation and malaria If they disappoint you the price will be cheerfully refunded at Pennys Drug Store to p Gov Johnson declined to make a statement of his attitude in regard to he actionof the Minnesota Democratic Hate Central Committee which Indors- ed him for the Democratic nomination rob President Croup positively checked in 20 min utes Dr Shoops 20 minute Croup Remedy acts like Magic No vomit- Ing nothing harsh A simple safe pleasant dependable croup syrup 60o Pennys Drug Store yv Dormitory of B Kentucky college was destroyed by fire Probably of the students were discovered to bp smoking non association tobacco Cleveland Leader eatThis is Worth Remembering Whenever you have a cough or cold just remember that Poloys Honey anl Tar will cure It Do not risk your health by taking any but the genuine It is In A yellowy package Pennys Drug Store IIjaC k1I Jt JIIiI oihJ Good For Everybody Mr Norman R Coulter prominent architect In tho Delbert Building San Francisco says I fully cndors 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 cn lent manner and builds up tho system Electric Bitters is the best spring medicine over sold over a drug gists counter as a blood purifier It Is unequaled 6Oc atPennys Drug Store The Sullivan educational bill provi ing for a complete change in the management of the public schools of the State and requiring tho establishmen u high school in every county passed tho House Pain can be quickly stopped A 25 cent box of Dr Shoops Ileaducb Tablets will kill any pain everywhere In 20 minutest Besides they ara thoroughly safe Painful periods wltl woman neuralgia etc quickly teas after ono tablet Pennys Drug Store Mail Us a Check for What is Due this f Office h HENRY WATfERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United States have not beard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all thing fair In all thinK clean In all thing It Ii essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WKEKLV COUBIEnOUttNALone year and this paper for the price named iboTO Send your subscription for tbe com bination to uanot U the Courier Journal FARM FOR SALE IM acre near KlnKtvlllo nlvacrns mile front rnllromt nation Atout clear ed rtalnnro good tolncco land wlienclcnnsl good tarot houso and took txirnrrnninilulT for tobAcco born nil ready to put up Iltmtg water young orchard ono of youny timber Mutt bo Mild J L JOHNMON llIgYlll KYj McKINNEY MARBLE iGRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Donlori In anti innnufACturor of Ornnlte mid Marble Monument lint 411ni Work at IU ii9onut lo Irlcej Olllce nml Vorkt MoKlnnryKy Shop climit on Haturday 10 REWARD I Tor tin nrre t nod conviction of any person treslmaing u form day or nluht or ilolnit Injury Iostock In trnvellnx the pub lie hlghwHysor Injury to tuck from the lundi of other people Thus reward rtferi to specialGILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE aTake no on word font but coma and lee All goods sold nt reduced price lIon and 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