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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti k THE 1NTQi9 JOURNAL roOVOL XXXVI f STANFORD KYi FRIDAY MARCH 5 1909 MO 104 IN MEMORIAM After along illness Elijah R Gooch 23 years passed over tho river 1BRed Feb oto rest under the of of the oververnal trees be side the still waters in the land of the redeemed The dark angel of death has plucked another flower and trans planted It In the Garden of Life and Light above Weep not mother foth I er and brothers for God hath given him life eternal and henow walks the gold paved streets of tho New Jerusalem tUe was a devout member of the Chris tian church Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock Bids J G Livingston and F M Tinder preached the funeral sermon at Goshen church after which all that was mortal of him was laid to rest In the Goshen cemetery May God throw I his everlasting arms around the die tressed and help them in their dark hour of trouble Faded and gone is our dear one f Many a tear have we shed Dark is the home that was once sc bright For cur dear Elijah Is dead In the silent city Elijah sleeps tonight Ills gentle heart has forgot to beat i Hushed aro the steps of his gentle feet I Ills white hands folded oer pulseless breast The busy hands that would know no rest- Closed are the eyes with their loving I light Under the starlight Elijah sleeps tonight In the perfect rest that knows no pain No trembling heart nor throbbing brain 4 purebrowt Tho silent lips cannot greet you now Loving and gentletender and true Elijah has passed away from mortal Z view The perfect spirit now walks in light f Under night tho starlight Elijah sleeps to Ills work is done Elijah will come no mcO With welcome smiles to the Open door Not for your aching hearts or tears v Can Elijah come again In tho passing years Itor his gentle form with Its nameless grace Tho loving heart and the angel face Is reslingso quiet so cold and white Under the star light Elijah sleeps to night 1KP A GET ABOARD 1 All aboard for the Bradley special II t It is going to bo n veritable palace on wheels with Editor Henry Watterson and his little man Friday who boasts that he put the rollers under Ueckham as guests of state and honor As ser vents to this royal pair will doubtless go Wheeler Campbell Chnrlton Mc Nutt Lillard and others as dcap utmost in political nhamu as they Poor old Mueller is too nick to go and may never conIboys to the royal pair will doubtless leave no want for their masters unsup plied besides shining their sloes and brushing their hats and clothes lie publicans llkrt Republicans will bo un grateful If they fail to tako the whole shooting match along and pay their every expense But for them ther would be no Bradley special They should also be exhibited to the crowned heads nt Washington as tho greatest and meanest conglomeration of political bolters sellouts and traitors ever shown in captivity and be held up to the scorn of all who believe that over i peanut politicians ought to havo some little honor at least All aboard for tho Bradley special if you want to have tho time of your life Ring Master Thatcher will see that a1 j the animals are properly cared fort Watch for It wait for Itr dont miss it v State Journal Frankfort E Near Death In Big Pond It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Sopor to face deathliFoI years a severe lung trouble jjavd trio Intense suffering she writes and several AlI1 o covert brought quick relief and a euro so permanent that I have not been itroubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives In Dig Pond Pa It works wonders In Cough and Colds SpreLunge J hemorrhages La Grippe Asthma Croup Whooping Cough and all i s Bronchial affections fiOc and tit Trial bottle free Guaranteed by I Pennys Drug Store At the close of 1908 New York had spent 50000000 in constructing sub- waysf and an additional 100000000 ISwill be spent to complete the system w Dan Cfeaitars aged 70 for 42 years a brakeman on UeB accoratoodiitlwi train U dead at Falmouth t t m PREACHERSVILLE At Whites Mill the recent flood was over half a mile wide and had the homo of Charles Oaten surrrounded nearly nil day A wedding here soon will come as quite a surprise to many The pros poctlvd bride is both handsome and tat entedMr and Mrs J M Cress were In Ilockcastlo at the bedside of her moth errMrs J J Smith who is quite III Mrs Ona Naylor visited Mrs Georg Naylor D F Thompson and wit have moved to Boyle- Preacherevillo did not have any mat communication last Wedneskay on ac count of high water Dix river went on a rampage rising more than 10 feet In four hours higher than for 1G years Lots of hemp fodder and fencing were swept away The high water caused John Bell and family to leave home and spend the night with his brotherinlaw John B Anderson Not thinking the water would get any higher Mr Bal did not move out hit household furhl ture and as a consequence had every thing badly damaged Religious matters here are on the wane seemingly We used to have two Sunday schools two prayer meet ings and services at the M E church once per month and at the Baptist church twice per month Thus we were sure of church services on three Sundays in the month while the other Sundays were nearly always taken by an Itinerant Wo nearly always had as many as 11 sermons per month and sometimes more In the past year we find that there have been only 40 sermons delivered at the two churches not asm glo prayer meeting and practically no Sunday school We are not as we used to be a placo preached to death but our good peoplo aro suffering spiritual fa mine Shall our little town be wrapped in wickedness and steeped In Iniqui ty and our eyes closed in sluggards slumber while it is gliding down to the broad way Up and be doing CRAB ORCHARD Mr Saunders has opened a splendid line of merchandise in the Totem building Rev Bmmmett of Williamsburg preached at the Baptist church Satur day nod Sunday Miss Nell Nowland of Cedar Creek gave a delightful social to her young frftnds Saturday night Tho deaf and dumb daughter of Geo Parrish died this week near Ottcnholm She was cducatod at tho Deaf Institute in Danville Wheat is looking well and there is lots of It The farmers of this locality will glut the market this year If all plant tobacco who say they will Mrs S W Fife of Cincinnati is with her parents Mr and Mrs J T Chadwlck Wallace Cover is assisting Cashier Bailey In the bank while Miss Ophelia Lackey is enjoying a rest Mr Peters sold the Ward Moore prop erty to n man named Cochran for 1 100 and bought tho Shonts farm for 3 000 Ho sold four two year old mules to John Cress for 500 nnd bought of same party a combined mare for 200 The hotels are doing a thriving bus Incas An old resident remarked to us that Crab Orchard on Saturdays has the appearance of Market street in our toecato to get among tho best und moat hospitable people on earth A Religious Authors State mont Rev Joseph II Fesperson Salis bury N Ct who Is tho author of soy oral books writes For several years I was aUHclod with kidney trou blo and last winter 1 was suddenly stricken with a aovero pain in my kid 1neye and was conllncd to bed eight days unablo to got up without nests tauco I commenced taking Foley s Kidney Remedy and tho pate gradual ly abated and inally ceased I cheer fully recommend Foleya Kidney Rem edy Now Stanford Drug Co ISir could you give me a little as slstance saldtho weary wayfarer I dont know where my next meul is com ling from Neither dp I replied the prosper ouslooking Individual My cook left thin morning too Philadelphia Rec ord a Dont drug tho Stomach or stimu late the Heart or Kldnoys That Is wrong It Is the weak nerves that aro crying out for help Vitalize those weak Inside controlling nerves Dr Shoops Restorative and see ho quickly good health will conic to you again Teat It and see I Sold by Pen nys Drugstore By a vote of 47 to 35 the Senate refused to put a statehood rider nthe House resolution looking to the preven tioaoldkicrtniiiatioflagaiD8t American Jewstraveling in Russia NEWS NOTES Tho volcano of Colimajis active again The South Carolina Senate vote against Statewide prohibition 30 to 9 Burglars dynamited the safe of th o Magnolia Brewing Company at Beau mont Tex escaping with 2000 W IL Tliford one of tho Standard I 011 Co died at his home In Now York lie was a native of Lexington Ky Berry Turner a prominent country politician is on trial at Jackson charg ed with tho murder of Henry Baker There are now 1447 convicts in the Frankfort penitentiary the largest number in the history of the institu tion T S Anderson the aged Owensborc 0 banker found guilty of false swearing is Ill with smallpox in tho Owensborc jailLocal option elections were held Wednesday In Jay and Sullivan counties Ind both going dry by large ma critics Judge William Carroll one of the best known lawyers and jurists in Ken tucky died of pneumonia at his home at New Castle President Taft has announced tho se lection of Beckman Winthrop to be As Blatant Secretary of the Navy and his acceptance thereof EJ Lucky Baldwin died at his homo on the Baldwin ranch near Loa Angeles after an illness of several weeks He was 81 years old A bill was passed by the House awarding gold medals to Orville andt Wilbur Wright in appreciation of their achievements in aerial navigation In a freight wreck at Pilot Mountain near Oakdale Tenn 18 cars loaded with merchandise were destroyed Sev eral hours were required clearing the wreckAlbert Dick of Laporte Ind and Edward Hcbenstrelt of Lockland 0 were instantly killed near Cincinnati by a passenger train colliding with their automobileLucky Baldwins estate id worth 30000000 according to a statement by his manager A II Unruh This is tho largest estate over probated in South ern California All tho members of the Roosevelt Cabinet Wednesday submitted their resignations to tho president to take t effect at noon yesterday This Is in ac cordanco with the custom at the end of an administration In tho district court at Guthrio Okla Judge Strang decided that the writ of search and seizure In tho MacRevnolds Haskell case was issued without sufficient fact and ordered the papers re tanned to MacReynoIds The 5000 llbelsuit of Judge Dixon against IIC Chappell editor of the Thouiandstlcks was dismissed in the Leslie Circuit Court on demurrer The opinion of tho court was that the words Used In tho article were not actionable After deliberating more than GO tho jury in tho caso of Councilme- Klein Wasson and Brand ofPittsburg returned a verdict finding them guilty of graft W W Ramsey tho former banker was found not guilty on in structions from the court simple Romody For La Grippe La grippe coughs arc dangerous as they frequently develop Into pneu monla Foleys Honey and Tar only stops the cough but heals an strengthens tho lungs so that no seri ous results need be feared Tho gen uine Foloys Honey und Tar no harmful drugs and is In a package Refuse substitutes Ne Stanford Drug Co Put your hammer in tho locker Hide the sounding board likewise I Any man can be a knocker Anyone can criticise Cultivate a manner winning Though H hurts your face to smile And seems awkward in beginning Bo a booster for awhile lCHURCH MATTERS A new 18000 Methodist church will be erected at Glasgow Dr n A Tprrey the great evange list and his corps of assistants will arrive in Berua on March 0 for a scries of revival meetings lasting five days I Foloys andTar pros coughs quickly strengthens tho lungs and ox pole colds Get tho genuine In a yellow package Now Stanford Drug Co Deputy U S Marshal Georgo C- Thampaonand posse spent a week i the section around Stearns looking fo Berry Simpson who caused the trouble with U S Marshals Christmas day himwPains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 2Q minutes sure with Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold by Pennys Drug Store AJ Thompson sold to Phil Thom son ICO acres of land in the Preachers yule section for teOOO tam HUSTONVILLE Remember the date of what is to bed the biggest fair ever held here the week following Stanford At the homo of the brides parents one mile south of IIustonvllle on Feb ItoMissWillis officiated J H Reid was detained at homo th is week on account of the serious Illness of his wire Mrs G Spears who has been ill for some time with a complica don of diseases is better McCormack Myers Vaughan shipped to Cincinnati carol hogs bought at 5 to 6ic one car of butcher catt6 a t 3 to Sic James Yowcll sold to a local buyer 69 1059pound cattle at 535 Tho dry wave that for months so completely encompassed our State was swept away by a Jupiter Piuvius tidal wave last week doing much damage In this and Casey counties Live stock ridges and fences were easy victims to the highest water marks in 25 years lug South Fork in Casey county was higher last week than ever known be ore Many families along the valley had to be removed frpm their homes by their neighbors on the hills No lives were lost but swimming and wading were much in vogue along the river bottomsRev H Jones has been called by the Baptist church here He has not accepted yet but will preachnext Sunday morning and evening Morning subject The Lords Prayer 7 P u After Death What 1 lIe Is on able and attractive speaker and it is hoped ho will be engaged Our clover follow townsman Col George D Wealherford whose heart is in the right place having bought the drug stock of Wells Co Danville will make that city his future home Boyd Wcatherford theIaccomplished prcscriptionist will have charge of the business which insures its correct and faithful performance Our loss is Dan villes gain May success attend his efforts Tho Hustonvillo Literary and Musical Club was organized at tho Christian church Friday evening A K McClure was elected temporary chairman and Wm W Peavyhouso was made secre ary After tho reading of the constitution and bylaws by Rev W S Wil Its they were approved and 27 names subscribed The election of permanent officers resulted o3 follows W W Pcavyhouse president Owsloy Floyd = vice president King Carpenter secrc tary Denver Neal treasurer A K McClure teacher Editors Misses Lora Bohon Mobs Hopper Lucy Alcorn Ushers Francis Weatherford Thomas Bach All members and persons desiring membership will tmeet in tho Graded School chapel Friday evening March 5 at 715 IN the proper place in The Demo officialnannouncement of the Hon J Sam Owsley Jr as a candidate for Circuit Judge of this the Thirteenth Judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic party His announcement does not como as a surprise for it has been known for many months that Mr Owsley would be a candidate for circuit judge but for reasons best known himself has refrained fromjannounc dins officially until the present time in county He was in Harrodsburg yesterday looking after his fences and was a pleasant caller at The Democrat pleasedwo support In the district and felt confident of success Mr Owsloy has served tho 13th district twice as Commonwealths at torney and made an able official against whom no word of reproach was ever heard lIe is at present the efficient and popular county judge of Lincoln Mr Owsley Is very popular all over tho district and is sure to have very strong following Judgo M C Saufley is the only other candidate in the race so far Harrodsburg Democrat MATRIMONIAL Dean Smith and Miss Cynthia A Leach were made one at Rev J M Cooks by that gentleman yesterday- J A Engleman telegraph operator at Kingsvllle and Miss Maude Hag gard the charming young daughter of W G Haggard of that section were joined heart and hand hero Tuesday by Judge J S Owsley They paid this office a call just after tho had rightrliMy three year old boy was badly constipate had a high fever and was in an awful condition I gave him two doses of FoleysOrlno Laxative and1 tho next morning the lover was gono and he was entirely well Fo leys Orlno Laxative saved his life A Wolkush Casimer Wis New CopThe Galt House at Lawrenceburg burned entailing a total I TaiiarMade doming You will find500 samples on our counters from which you can make a Vl selection for a- TailorMade SuitI We have the lateststyles and patterns Satisfaction guaranteed No fit no sale Cummins Sc WearenI STANFORD KENTUCKY r ELECTRIC RANGES Tho gauge to buy n full saver a money maker tho best AJarge Hue of select from nud we will appreciate a call GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford f JF rT aeii i M I I GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE To Many Points South and Southeast 4 JJTickets Geed Retralspl Valet May 31st 1969 j Write for rates and folder IL C SING CPA 101 E Mala St texUrfUa kj 1 I c I 00 3 4 4 The Interior Journal Eo C WALTON CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer county It a candidate for Oomi4- dlcfntdlstricteublectto this the 1Mb Ju the action of the t democratic party + JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR II a candidate lor circuit Judge of tbls the t 13th dlitrlrt luhject to the action 01 the Democratic party r1i MC SAUFLEY Is a candidate for circuit Judge of tits the Uth Judicial district subject to the action1 of the Democratic par- tyDemocratics- I Ticket For State Senator R 1 HUBBLE atFor Ilcpresentntlvo W H SHANKS L For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY 1 FprlOonnty Attorney W S BURCH For Circuit Clerk J D SWOPE For Sheriff w I MCCARTY For donnty Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN Co PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Stanford District I M BRUCE For Magistrate Crab Orchard District J WARD MOORE FordfagldrnteliustoavllIMDlstrlct J K HELM SR For Constable Ilustonvlllo District IEo TRUE For Magistrate Wayocsburg DMrlct JOHN M CAMDEM For Conitable IWnynesburg District JOHN G BAUGH SENATOR TELLER who voluntarily retired yesterday took his seat in the Senate on the admission of Colorado in to the union in 1876 since which time ho has has been continuously and prom- Inently in the public eye lie resigned from the Senate in 1882 to enter the Cabinet of President Arthur as Secre tary of the Interior reentering the Senate March 4 1885 A republican in politics ho withdrew from the Republican National Convention at St Louisa in June 1696 because of the financial plank adopted by the party which he has never since approved He was re elected asan independent silver repub lican and in 1903 was reelected as a democrat with which party he has been affiliated since he withdrew from the republican convention His con spicuous ability as a lawyer and his fa miliarity with legislation covering along series of years have given him an eminent place in the Senate THE debt of New York City is the largest in the country 785993128 equal to 17774 per capita Boston Mass comes next with 104306706 and the per capita is nearly as large 17090 Cincinnatis debt is 12406 per capita though the total is not as much as other cities Of the large cities y San Francisco has the smallest debt 3865600 which is only 966 per head In 1908 the total assessed valuation of all taxable property personal iandreal in the city of New York was 7158190400 as against 6036185601 I for 10 of the largest cities taken together 1J CALEB POWERS was to have been one ir of the central features at the inaugu ration of President Taft yesterday It i is sickening to see how some of the t reds carry on over the head of the con d piracy that sent Gov Goebel to his grave INSTEAD of a county unit law or a Statewide prohibition bill the Legislature of West Virginia gave the peo t pIe a high license law the minimum to be 1000 This will practically amount to prohibition in the smaller towns r Tills is going some Within 48 hours a New York pastor married seven cou plea baptized nine children and officiated at three funerals Stanfords four preachers would want a week to com plete the performance in w WITH 10 counties going dry In a week and Gov Marshall vetoing the bill permitting Sunday base ball on Sunday looks to us liku the Hoosier State is on the mend f INDIANA has passed a stringent cigar ette law Now let the Hoosiers enforce it and tho State will be saved many a dwarf and pigmy WE salute you President Taft and ask that you givers the very beet you have In your r TEDDY is novran ex The Doxology is in order y a BY a vote of 26 to 23 the Indiana Senate killed the Proctor Tominson bill for thajrepeal of the countyoptlon law by striking out the enacting clause The death of the bill sounds a victory roe temperance advocates The fight on the measure has engaged the Indiana Legislature during its entire session The House passed the new Sunday baseball bill after a heated Biblical de bate THE Somerset Journal growing bet ter all tho time celebrated its 10th birthday last issue May it live to be a centenarian Tim Negro Crum has resigned as collector of the port at Charleston S C Wonder what Taft promised him f POLL The Missouri House passed tho coun ty option bill by a vote of 75 to 46 The lower house of the Arkansas Leg islature passed the Gann Statewide prohibition bill by a voto of 53 to 27 Myron T Herrick of Ohio for busi ness reasons has declined an ambassa dorship at the hands of President Taft The Appalachian bill was passed by the House by a close vote and a Forest Reserve Commission was thereby cre atedRepresentative Overstreet of Indi ana has declined the office of Second Assistant Postmaster General which he was offered by Judge Taft The sundry civil bill appropriating 139000000 and the military academy bill carrying an appropriation of 52 541000 wero passed by the Senate The democrats in the Wisconsin Legislature broke a quorum in order to pray vent the possible election of Senator Stephenson on the 20th joint ballot of the session The credentials of Senator Steph enson of Wisconsin were laid before the Senate by Senator Nelson of Min nesota and were ordered to be printed and to lie on the table The House by a vote of 172 to 175 rejected the ship subsidy bill The vote was taken after an extended and acri monious debate which brought out one of the largest crowds of tho session The House by an overwhelming vote under suspension of the rules passed the bill amending the copyright laws designed among other things to prevent using musical composition in in struments without consent of their oily thorsA monument in memory of President James A Garfield is propos ed in a bill introduced by Rcprescsta tive Langley of Kentucky The measure provides that the monument shall be erected on or near the Middle Creek battlefield in Floyd county Kentucky A resolution designed as a conces sion to the socalled insurgents amend ing the rules so as to provide one day each week for a call of committees gave rise to immediate discussion in the House of Representatives and adopt ed by the narrow margin of six the vote standing 168 to 162 Seven members of tho Senate Com mittee on Judiciary signed the report declaring that President Roosevelt without any authority of law sanction ed the absorption of the Tennessee Coal and Iron Company by the United States Steel Corporation and that the merger was in violation of the Sherman anti trustlawThe ocratlc filibuster in tho Sen ate against the penal code bill was drawn to a close Wednesday by an agreement eliminating from the meas ure the objectionable features authoriz ing tho use of troops at election places and tho measure was passed without actually changing the law now on tho statute books Senator Isaac Stephenson contributed 1000 to the presidential campaign of Senator Robert M La Follette and an other 1000 to pay the expenses of the tho Wisconsin delegatesto the Republican National Convention in Chicago The information was gained from the testimony of Mary F Stringham private secretary to Senator Stephenson in her examination by the Wisconsin Legislative Committee which is delving into the details of the expenditures by the various Senatorial primary candi dates IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES II B Dillingham a wealthy Rich mond citizen is dead aged 86 v Susie Smith colored died while attending church near Lowell Garrard countyHorace Woods of Flat Woods section of Garrard has been declared of un sound mind Alfred 0 Rice aged 28 is dead at the home of his mother Mrs T O Meredith in Mercer AI Royaltys homo at Yosemite burn ed and his wife three children and his aged father W T Royalty had nar row escapes It Saved His Leg II All thought Id losemyleg writes J A Swenson Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not euro had at last laid mo up Then Bucklens Arnica Salvo cured it sound and well Infallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Saltltheum Bolls Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at PepDysDrug Store 1 Eczema is Curable Zit M 0 a iclentMIc preparation fet external useR Stop Itching r sad destroy the germs that cause akin diMMes Eczema quickly and I permanently cured by remarkable Writ for pie BWRoaeMedCaStLoulaMo Pennys Drug Store PUBLIC SALE I Having sold my farm silloffer for Rale nt the Tim Hutchison place near Highland on I FRIDAY MAllOlf It IMP at 10 A M the following described property i 3 good work mares a milk cows new two- hore wagon farming of corn and foddr household and kitchen fdrntture 1 ateaorgan lot of council fruit 300 or qu pound of bacon and other things too numerous to mention Term niado known on salet11 B P O Wnyncsburg Ik F UNol ClotheIhavew price business suit or the llnest evenln- clotheswlll have that Individuality and n which plainly Indicate they were rondo to your measure I will also take your mon ure for extra trousers fanny vests top coats and overcoats Felt and Winter sam pies on band ready for your Inspection UO IIU1LEY Stanford Ky Safeguard the Future 1 The safest surest and most adequate safeguard for the future Is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co mnnalleIr s The company Is lust entering theI SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of n successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than toIparticularsr lt t MNEWLAND Unjutlll ARt I etanfoJamesSolicitor for Ilockcastle Oo Mill Elivator RisWinca and Land For Salt DradtONnllleequipped plant with a capacity otd barrels OiahamlIourducing brands that have a reputation not III1Mequipped with the latest Improved machin cry the business wa established In 1ST5 and and Is In good favor with a large steady and profitable trade The residence la n new two story 10 room bflrDbuggyhedcorncrlhpair on a lot 1SU feet front by 675 feet deer maplelalfeetsides of house One of the most comfortable and desirable homes In Marion County At acresthethere U none better In the Htoto theedgebeautiful village with good churches andschool MArionlThlIIIhomo and a profitable well established bust tothhighestWKDNK8DAY MAHOH 10TII 1 J ondayon or address TnR U KTCKIIUXK ecutor Jlradfordsvllte KTj Masquera Rink AT Waltons Opera Hause- TDDightMch 5 5 in Gold to Best Masked Person J- A If You Want To Crow CornA- lfslfahogsandeattlocorneto Butter Co Send for lit of Improved fauns Address J EIYEBTAugusta Km Tht JtMpli PrIM Swiiltrlum LaacasterBtrcoto Stanford Kentucky For Treatment of Dlieiur of the Rye Nose OenltoUrlnary Rectal Or gnus Nervous System and Hurger MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No flO Ft A M will moot In stated communication on each lint and third Monday nights of each month at 79 oclock In their hall on Main street btnn tON Members of sister lodges are frn UIl01l1l7WIT NttlM Pfultry Ralitfi sNow U the time of year to feed your fowls OholerRUapeHoupa preventive It not only keeps them healthy but make them III guaranteedithe gunrantre Ikfor Ixfaklot on diseases of poultry Bg D CARTERN- ew Livery Depot Street Phone 96 TANFORDIKENTUCKY CONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con creting as Work Pavements and In fact we can mlllLo any hlDI Irom s house down to a fence post We can erryou promptly and guarantee IlrMVnwork and Jail and get our rlces before you buy your material at least rdPHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire LifelAccident and Tornado Farm Property a Spe cialty Klght of the leading companies of the worM represented In rates with IuSlpIITIngIn the hutory of this agency IXMPS promptly paid nod without discount No waiting 10 days for your money lleforc In suring call on MAHONY O RANKIN The Insurance Men of Stanford Cough Caution NeverpcsIUvelyneveTpolsonyoartein If yl1J enuaheten from a simple col lrJou should lints sooth n MSB the irritated bron chial tubes Dent blindly suppress U with a stupefying lotion UsHrang how ym things Sboopbasmixtures or prescriptions containing Opium Chloroform or similar potou And nowa I1U 4 late tbouih Congress says Put It on the label If poisons an In your Couth Mixture OooJl Very rood 1 1 HerraJtorfor thll ioamothef and others should Insist on saving Dr Snoops Sbooplabelandlaw be on hlabel And Its not only sale but It Is said to be by those that knowlt tot a truly r markible eonsh remedy Take no particularly with your children Insltt on theDr Bhoops Cure Compare carefully Dr Shoop package with others and note the difference No poison marks there You caalways be ca the ufa aide by demanding Dr Shoops- Cough CurePENNYS DRUG STORE HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal t AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tbe United State have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean in all things It Is essentially a family paper By B special arrangement we are enabled to of for the WEEKLY COUBIEBOTJBNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for the corn bination to usnot to the CourUrJonraa iA 1 The J Boystr Chancet f t Just to keep things a little lively for a few more weeks we are going to put on sale some special things i- nBoys Clothing at a rediculously low price 50 pairs of boys 50cent knee pants at 25 cents f ICC p4Xof boys 50 and 75cent knee pants at 35 cents and a few pair of 1 and 150 one at 75 cents 250 suits at 150the 3 Suits are re duced to19O a fine lot of 350 and 4 suits at 250 each a few 5 ones left at 350 750 ones at 5 and the 10 ones at 7 The se are plums worth your picking and you better do your picking quick 1 These Prices Must Be Cash u tV i H J McROBERTSISTANFORD KENTUCKY I t New Ledgers Journals And Cash Books In Great Variety of Styles and Prices In Fact a Very Complete Line of Stationery Generally PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Keatuekr Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs Hides Furs Hens lie Roosters 4 to 4l2cChickens 9 to lOc r tGeese1ScrapGuineas 20c a Piece Rubber H B NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky FOR SALE I SB boiler and engine and sawmill for sale Will sell either or both OIIAB KSBHLIJC e Ottcnhelm Ky Postofllco Wayne burg K- ySEDS gordeneedprices Wo sell clovers grasses seed oats seed corn elIDe seed millet cow penssoja boonpeanuts seed potatoes plants po gnNenbenngRrdenanti flower eed lund plaster and fertiliz HtnlewhatNAHH VIMK 8EKI911 ikCOI1I1 Ave Nertfr I Ta1h EPOS FOR SALE 1 ellgltrolllseleciooHUBHKLTj DROWN tRnloNKY Stock of Merchandise for SaletI desire to sell privately my stock of Oro cerles and g n good bust ltensonIllago IUOPPRIIHtenford- KyFARM FOR SALE I tThenndjJencingAlso IX acres of timbered land one mllo e Knst of McKlnney half under lencell1lenty- olwator and good tobooco See grow Ugcrop J A OIVENB AInMcXlnae Ky- JI 4a 1 tif I i i 1 f 3 01 o grade at 3o ii 4 5o grado nt4Jo twy tarn 1 f 2o grado at lie I I o 1 fThe Interior Journal k BTANFOIID KY MAUCH 5 1901 New assortment of local view poet cards at Pennys Drug Store l SOME very special bargains In Dox r Paper but Is Alk to Ice them Penny s Drug Store r PERSONALS t FRED GAUNETT fa with the homefolk ItatCave City JOHN II WONER has been ill 80veral Jays but It out MIss MARIE MAIIONY Is visiting the Misses Collier nt Crab Orchard MIss MAOOIB STAGe has as her Rues Miss Lora Bohon of Hustonvllle MR W F LEE of Knox county i turV Ui N friend here MR AND Mna W II WEAKEN epee several days with Lexington relatives t DR W W DURCIN and wife of Lex I ngton are visiting her parents at Crab i4OrchardMiss CHANCELLOR is the Ruest I i of her sister Mrs M E Prultt at JDurneldeMRS T E BALDWIN of Richmond i Mrs W IIwas with her daughter Shanks who Is somewhat better REV It B MAHONV and Miss Virgin I I la Mahony loft Wednesday for a month visit to relatives at Sumpter S C MASTER PRESCOTT BROWN who has i tt been very ill with typhoid fever was- I doing nicely when we went to press MRS JOHN B FOSTER will cntcrtair t y Hey D M Walker and his Bible claw beautiful country home this at her I eveningMR MRS P W Wmrr have token rooms at Dr W B OBannons They will continuo to take meals at the- I St Asaph Hotel 1 CHAB LUTES is In Baltimore and New York this week with Simon Well who is negotiating a deal for Mr Lutea i to buy export cattle in Canada HUBTONVILLE and the West End will t bighearted citizen lose an enterprising in Col George D Wcathcrford who moved to Danvnle this week Truly I can It be said that a more generous Lln1 J deservedly popular citizen has left coin county in years Miss ANNIE BRONAUOH daughter of Mr K II Bronaugh of Crab Orchard who recently finished a course at 1 1k Smiths Business College Lexington r has been applonted ofllcial stenographer of the London circuit court She has 7 alsobp8aeld an office lit that place and will pursue her vocation LOCALS r MONDAY is county court day ATTEND tho masquerade rink to night SEE my line of wagon and buggy har nets J C MnClary MASQUERADE rink tonight Friday f5 to best masked person r IF you want good meat call on Wil i klnon Lutes Phone 47 LOTS of the young people will mask 4atthe rink this Friday evening and the 16 sight presented will bo an amusing one 5 to the best skater 9 WE have moved to the G Singleton storeroom opposite the courthouse t where we will bo glad to servo our cus of fresh meat t tomera with all kinds a Lutes Wilkinson butchers Phones 47 J 4 J Now that thecourthousobell is gone how arewe going to get out the fire laddies should such a thing be neces saryT Wo move that Mayor Florence t and Chief of Police Carter each ring a cowbell J JArDIG FARMERS Granville Welch Ca I Henry Sallee recently of Boyle be extensive Canada farmers They bought of Durham Cecil of a 32 horse plow which will bet pulled by an immense engine and which cost thern X5000 The freight and duty Danville toCanada was 1 J on It fromu l 350 t TUE county judge and circuit clerk will be found for the present in tho Now Odd Fellows Building a room is being built next to the vault for Coun t ty Clerk GD Cooper the sheriff will ttw be found at his old headquarters on Lancaster street and the rest of the l county officers where they have held forth for several years J s t WANTED a good farm hand to mill Address Box 106 Stanford Ky UNDER no circumstances will wo 8ell meet on Sunday Lutes Wilkinson I GET tho gcnuIneOllvcr plow points from LIppe Pcavyhouse Hustonvilli Ky I FOR SAteAA 15horso power portable cngino and boiler J R Powell Stanford FOR all kinds of meats phone 178 and have it sent to your house J L Meeks I ALL aboard for tho masquerade rink this Friday evening 5 to the best masked person I love 30 bushels of German millet seed foralejl125 per bushel F Schni ler Ottenheim Ky How many times d you to see what time it was by the court house clock yesterday 7 The old time pieces greatly missed LISTEN If you want to save money on building this year give mo your con tract work Will Stone contractor and builder Phone 84 FOR SALE Houo andlot on Eas Alain St Stanford Ky in Grade school district Call on or address S Raines Stanford Ky I I SKE my handsome line of Spring bug glee harness etc Call while you have a large assortment to select from E T Pence Stanford Ky I NOTES and accounts collected anywhere In the United States and n9 charges unless we collect Mays Collection Agency Somerset Ky I I SQUIRE JAMES A DUDDERAR wbo made a most creditable raco for assessor but went down in defeat say there are no sores on him and that his for the ticket from start to finish REV K D NOAKES has been appointed magistrate of tho Crab Orchard magisterial district to succeed- Slulro J T Roberts who moved to the Hubble section recently Ills com mission came last week but ho did not qualify until Wednesday Rev Noakes Is tho first republican to hold office in tho good county of Lincoln in years AT a meeting of tho stockholders of the Crab Orchard Fair Racing Association held Monday tho association went into voluntary liquidation anda committee composed of R UBronaugh J C Balky and J H Collier was ap pointed to wind up tho affairs of the as soclatlon A now organization will be formed later when definite plans wil be made for tho holding of a fair TilE fiscal court gave Mr J R Pow ell the supcrintcndency of the building of the new courthouse and the people may expect the work well looked after Mr Powell is c genius in tho Carpen ter lino and is well acquainted with ma sonry He is not afraid of work and la a hustler with a big H The tax payers money will not be squanderei as long as Mr P has the looking after affairsDR J BECK sold splendid farm the John D Carpenter place oi 20SJ acres near Hustonvillo to Messrs James N Cash and J Randolph Harris of this place at 9tto Dr Beck ought tho farm about two years ago at 80 Mr Harris will take charge after Dr Becks sale on March 20 The doctor Is undecided on his location but we hope and believe he will remain in Lincoln YOULL ENJOY SONTECRISToh111 lions have followed the fortunes of Ed mond Dantes until he startled the world as Monte Cristo It but tho Interest of all who have seen the play is hardly less keen than those who have not It Is hard for a playgoer to inv agino the effect of the revelation of Monte Cristo upon persons in the audienao who have never seen It If there bo any such in this community they will have a chance to sea tho play at Waltons Opera House Wednesday night March 17 when Fred G Con rods widelyknown production of the version arranged by Eugene Moore will bo presented Mr Moore who is one jf thb best Edmond Dantes living pre pared his adaption with great care to Introduce all the best of the story that would bo practical and effective on the stage The company is receiving ex anent notices n r Important Notice t T 0fTobacco GrowersI We have just placed oq solo n late shipment of Tobacco Canvass at re duced prices should have been here 30 days ago On account of the late shipment wo will clean up this lot at reduced prices f SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY 11wl1 CLOTHES French cleaned Cook 1 Farmer FRESH buttermilk and crear daily atI Rinehurts 4t FOR SALA of roller skates Apply at this office I FOR pure garden seeds and field seed call on T D Newland Stanford Tim work of tearing down tho court house is progressing reasonably well SEE our roofing for tobacco barns the best W K Warner the tanner IT is now time for your Spring sew ing Call on Mrs J H Colyer Logan Avenue I I WILL have a lot of eggs court day from pure White Chinese geese at W II Higgins store Let me book your order S1 for six J Thomas Hack loy Jr IHuon THOMPSON was Indicted by the Casey grand jury for killing his neph ew Fred Garrison and the trial is set for today Judge M C Saufiey who will defend Mr Thompson went to Liberty yesterday to be ready for tho trial MR 0 PERRY HUFFMAN has bought back the butcher shop he sold to Mr J L Meeks a month or so ago and will move it to the room on Somerset street just vacated by Lutes Wilkin son He asks a share of the public patronage promising at all times the tenderest and best meats purchasable ENTRIES to the great horse sale to be held at Hustonville March 21 and 25 by tho Hustonvllle Combination Sale Co are coming in rapidly and some of the best horses and jacks In the State are being entered It is likely that the entry list will be so great that it will tako three days to make the sale Cata logues will be out in a week or two HONOR ROLL Stanford Graded and High School for the month ending Feb 2G 1909 Grade 1 Grace Anderson Mary Brackett Eloise Beazley Emily Ca menlsch Frances Corminey Frank Cor dier Harvey Embry Georgo Fleece Farris Joo Grimes Rebecca Goldstein Janie Hocker Walker Hubble Morris Jackson Daisy Lunsford Marie Pow ell Sophie Saunders Stella Walker Loulso Waters Lucilo Waters Sadie WearenGrado 2Sarah Traylor Willie Ran kin Annette Wearen Rachel Hill Vir gil Moore Tildcn Cooper John R McKinney Grade 3Florence Dawes Kathryn Harris Sylvia Farmer Frances Embry Bell Russell Annie R Powell Nancy K McKinney Patience Calmese Carry Anderson Thelma Young Richard Ar nold Clarence Singleton Leonard Del lard Hobart Arnold Bennie Goode Hugh R Foster Claiborne Walton Grade oSRletn Brady John Cash Henley Cash Anna Craig Clinton Cole man Joo T Embry Houston Gentry Matsy Grimes Nellie W Hill Jesse Hocker Mary Jarvis Lettio W Mc Kinney Ethel Powell Jean Paxton Adelia Russell Ella RIgney Martha Raney Hartwell Shanks Grade 6Mary Anderson Maud Ar nold Resale Brackett Frances Brack ett Georgia Cabell Ella Eichenberger Elizabeth Hunn Eva Rankin Effie Ware Harry Farmer Sam Embry Jonathan Rankin Wm C White Mau rice Jarvis Grade 6John T McAlister Mary Moore Raney Mayme Singleton Boyce Hunn Anna D McRoberts Mary Shepherd Cook James Owsley Grado 7LaVerne Brady Annie Butte Effie Baughman Marlon Grimes Mannie Mobley Eva Moser Lena Tray lor Nancy Yeager Grade 8Mary E McKinney Lucy Leo Walton Oca Moser Catherine Gentry Arnold Foremrn Jennie Pepples Lottie Carso- nFreshmanLissa Holtzclaw J MI II Waters Willie Moore Emma Napier Morrison Bright Virginia Maho ny Annie Lewis Gentry Sophomore Sallie Burdette Alice Rankin Elizabeth Higgins Wallace Singleton Junior Thomas Bright Walter Singleton V Senior Berta Jean Penny Preventics those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check oall colds and the Grip Trythem once and see 4825o Sold by Penny s Drug Store- Y A yt3 NEW ILACKSMITH AND RE PAIR SHOP I have opened n blacksmith nnd general repair shop nt tbe old tailgate property on the 8tnnfonl piko near Jlu patronageCUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the bet ni well ni the freshest of cut flowers plants of nil kinds bulbs potted flower on short wrentllforIn connection with the above 1 have nil kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices y CHKIHTMANdHKKVHOUHEH 0pllUllllAUI IBOlt TJ HtnnfordKy PUBLIC SALE I putIle HATUHUAYMAUOH 13 1809 the following described property Nino or 10 hone some extra good ones J sheep mill cows hogs forming utensils 1 twohorse wagon buggy Frailer cnrtnumber of hives oJ bees many other things too numer OUI to mention lisle will be held at my home 2 miles Northwest of Hustonvllle beginning at fiao A M sharp JH UWDKRWoot Hustonvllle Ky NOTICE I I will between the hours of 9 oclock A x and 4 oclock p II on MONDAY MAIIQ1I Y9loo- In front of the courthouse door In Stan ford Ky sell at public outcry to the high est and bust bidder for cash In hand fob lowing property or so much as will pay tax COlt IIntI penalty The amount Includes o per cent penalty and cost of advertising Carpenter Jennie and Dovlo 11O78 t18N It H HcaiiKK Treasurer Stanford Graded school PUBLIC SALE As admlnlllrntor of John Z Hpoonamore deceased I will sell at blle outcry to highest Miler nt 100c VKUNKHOAV 31AItOlf lr the following Inonn property towltWi bales of good hay and other feed stun la good red ateen 3 red helfun17cdves ll cows I good mare mule 5 years old S horses 1 mare I sorrel colt 45 good Houthdown sheep about ready to lamb and T other sheep 17 shoal 3 sows a lot of farming Implements and n lot of other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale MBTT1B SPOONAMOHK Admr Col J I handler A- uoPUBLIC SALE I will sell nt public auction nt my farm near Huston e on tho MtHnlom pike on SATURDAY MAItOH 20 W I good milk cow I brood mares In foal by Unughmnns Hummer horse 88 yearlings and calves 1 good pair of horse mules com ing four yenr old 10 hands Y Jennets three and live rear old l good family borsenbout M barrels of corn one twohor wagon and harness 1 new mower and rake McCormick hurneis etc 1 buggy nud 1 buckboard and t sets of harness about foil or TO hen Household and kitchen furni hRrpTurmJ n I1KOKM P IJuston- vllleKyDinwiddie Co Hustonville Kyv Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods I This is the Time to AdvertiseYour STALLIONS AND JACKS Cards Printed on Short Notice Give Us a Trial r I Half Cent Off On These 4 I 2Jc grade at2c 3c grade at20- 4c grade at 3Jc r 1L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin HUGHES MARTIN COISTANFORD KENTUCKY Jut RGGGIVGU +M M M M M + A Nice Lot of v Japanese and Chinese Mattings w 12 I= 2 to 35C Per Yard W E Perkins Crab Orchard PiTS Tfational tankStanford Jty Organist J882 Capital Siock S50 000 Jurflut and Vnctivicitd ffroMtt S9OOO Jifas pair in 3ividonds sfneo Organfzaion 211 500 Snoiio Wow jfccounls on Our 9Jfort OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident r John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr- WWSadndersBookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman J F Cummins S 1 Harris no C Robinson W D OBannon J S Hocker C E Tate Big Combination Sale OF HIGH CLASS Business Horses Stallions and Jackst To be Held at Hustonville KytMarch 24 25 h a Write for Entry Blanks Entries Close March lOth The Hustonville Combinatio Stle Company HUSTONVILLI KENTUCKY 7e IIellI SttteredinOiePottOffictat Stanford tteonddaH matter L tN TIME TABLE No II South lltrd PM No fflHouth 1100 A M t No X4 North 440 A M No a North 637 P M No 77 1047 AM No Y3 Si40rit JOS S RICE Agent i The Truth Every person in this city who is suf feting from Eczema Pimples Dand l tuff or any form of skin or scalp dis tease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a external use All durggists tell ZEMC t PENNYS DRUG STORE a A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Qwaley Building P JInSurl Triacoo and Tobacco larnl Nothing But Insurancea Jesse D Wearen The Inurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M 1 Office 05 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox r1 a handsome large young Jersey Bull de cended from a unbroken line of the most noted bulland cow on the Ii dad of Jersey England and America lily Hre Is one of bulls ever Imported snd his dam Is a show cow that In one day If you bo poundbegets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor and have a strictly good vow you should nvall yourself of his service lie will be allowed to serve n limited number of approved registered cows outside of our own herd this year for a fee of IS each Make before sending OTTtltTelephoneN nWe have to olTerthree extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices At McKinney Ky Tou cart find our Standard Remedy the greatest blood Mud liver medicine yet known in case of Rheumatism Halt Rheum Kid ney Trouble and all diseases arising from Impure blood It Ins no equal It Is manu factured under tho pure food act of June Joonnd guaranteed by the manufacturer Ii the Remedy U taken according to directions and If he or she Is 110t benellted by tho use of the Remedy we will refund jour money We can do nothing more package contains 91 doses with n registered guarau teand card with full Inst uctlons reIrelptS3 a time you might save a doctors bill llcmembcr If you take the Remedy accord Ing Instructions and are not benefited you get your dollar bark You will not the remedy In drug stores for sale It 1st sold only agentsRBUuBN Wo Bu- yFURSIII Hides Wool and roathen TellowSvu Closing GoUen Sc UViflow Rou MJApple Wild Ginger ole We ere denier ntilGtho ia I 56 Orrr hu ccnlutr u Loinlleandeudobetterfoeyouduaarena say Dial ia Louutiltc Write lot wn41y- price live aD thipnn taI N Sabot Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY I JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalmer Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRugs Thoy will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give J Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Y r J C McClary t Undertaker Embalmerand Voaler InHarnessSaddleri- f Y STANFORD KY- NcePhonellJflllomePl one 0 I FARMERS DSPARTMSHT IChas Lutes sold to Will Wileher a pair of mules for 350 FOR SALEGood Jersey cow and calf F M Long Foster farm At a horse sale at Maysville 100 went under tho hammer at 60 to 100 Levi Miller has bought of various parties 12 mules at from 80 to 150 James Yowell of Hustonvillc bought at Somerset five mules at 125 to 185 New high records for the season were established by wheat corn and oats on the Chicago Board of Trade James C Willard of Winchester bought of Henry Patterson his fine farm near Millcrsburg at 150 Dr W V Huffman of UHlorsburg sold to J H Llnvllle his fine farm on the Ruddells Mills pike one mile east of Millersburg for 100 per acre Stigall Bros of Boyle sold to W 0 Graves of Thorntown Ind an eightyear old jack for 800 They also sold him a threeyearold maro mule for 120At the salo of Mrs Louisa Holtz claws effects Wednesday the farm of 52 acres was bought by J H Thompson at 65 Household and kitchen furniture sold well The Franklin County Fair Association was organized with a capital stock of 5000 The organization was complet ed at n meetin of the Franklin Com mercial Club and a big fair will be held this year FOR SALE1000 barrels of good sound corn 12 or 15 cars of timothy hay and a nice road horse heavy enough for carriage or rockaway four years old and gentle I S Tevis Shel by City Ky 4t Thomas Knight a Christian county planter became violently insane and attempted to kill his child Knight it Is said lost his mind because ho could not sell his tobacco which was tied up in the pool of tho association Prof JD Clark secretary of the Burleyitobaccogrowors will find themselves woefully mistaken if they expect to real ize good prices for the big crop which will probably be planted this year un less they again form a poo- lKINGSVILLE Dr C M Thompson was in OhioIast weekE G Gilliland sold to Dr Acton a cow for 30 Dave Bambo bought of Geo Leach a mare far 135 George Horton has moved to Eu banks where ho will keep hotel Lou McIntosh came home last week to see his father who is very sick The two rural route carriers who pass through here were compelled to go on horse back last week on account of the high water Eld J G Livingston filled his regu lar appointment hero Sunday morning and evening W L McCartyjwas In town this week Lon Webster shot his father with a shot gun The shot took effect injlhia legs The elder Webster had chastised his son and the enraged boy fired three shots only one taking effect The in jury is not seriousIThe following pupils were neither ab sent nor tardy during the seventh month of the Kingsville Graded School Grade 2 Maggie Dye James Flint Joseph Walter Aubrey Gilliland Grade 3Ella Wilson Dorothy Gooch Grade 4Cora Alford Olllo Gooch Eza Gooch Herman Haggard Lucile ReynoldsGrade 5Esther Murphy Clarence Carey Mabel Flint Russell Thompson Hul ceo Acton Pauline Taylor Ottie Walls Tho Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen in the red taco Lands and body of the little son of H M Adams Henrietta Pa Ills awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and billed the best doctors who said the poisoned blood had af fected lila Junes and nothing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters com pletely cured him For Eruptions moodDlsorderaBitters is supremo Only 60c Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storu On the eve the Iadjournment the House of Representatives transact ed its business with a facility unusual for a dying Congress With scarcely any debate the conference reports on the military academy legislative exec utive and judicial and penal code bills I were agreed to- IIhecloveest Imitation of realCoffee over yet made is Dr Snoops Health Coffee His fine in flavor ami is made In just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys Drug Store Berlin is in the grip of a blizzard Snow fell heavily and traffic is almost at a standstill Fifty people have been seriously hurt by falling on the streets IA tickling or dry cough Cl1OOO quickly loosened with Dr Shoops chloroform by Pennys DrugStore I f Kills l quldrBe Slayw A merciless murderer Is Append elate with many victims But Dr Kings Now Life Pills kill it by preven tion They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowls preventing that clog ging that Invites appendicitis curing Constipation Biliousness Chills Malaria Headache and Indigestion 26c at Pennys Drug Store Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently curesany form if Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St LoUIS Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE The teracdy that Always Carts ZEMO Ik tecotelsedel the noil boast ml incctittut nedlcls la the voiU today r ZEInittntlr telUtel ad poilUrtlf sad pm- aotiycfn Etacai and tit lichlr kn dheues Get DrsitiatYrlis LWRoseretlidteee stLel Ire i POSTED strlctJrforbIdpatting on our places and will prosecute vi olator to tbe full extent of the law WhitePHpooamoreJ liallouJLlulJlamMosser JNevlrOarterMDrJOOarponterTboml8 LThompsonMC DrosJlrtdllummprWJ1IJ IlMighman J W Took J K Ilruce David Hteven John Oamonirch Win 0ordier DanTraylor M BIamore- OotllbOltck Fred Handorf J J Thompson J K Moser MAndorionMrandMriJasil ud NJllortonJJConllerItev I naugllluanUrIahSirs Margaret Oooch VhiTraylorHain MJllolmanntIs HGnrner MriJIIUwiley atkinsJoilundleyMr Nannie il Good U K McOlure ltoneckerVSl1JhonT It Ituughnuin Irs Kate Ador ItOnrponterVJohn H Lee I y IS A K HAI HronKXM rll urini n ttnn Ttltt to v tr to Hi 80 YEARS TftAoc CO Anyone lending ukeieh and declpllon ma r Opinion whether u lain lell e eneyur A band om lf WMhlv I Term It a ears Bold rat ncwidwlen CO on the Wayne burs pike I near boueo bnru nml otb 1 I worth tim I tiulloi South of Crab Or chard on tho has a house good tarn and swell water ttJM X cash in one and two year No tIfeacres nenr Level Green Rock castle county K This farm ha n s house would cost to build now 1100 barn crib Ac located near church and cliool ThU li u nice home and good barn and other nice or I Iyears No 5SI1 acres farms No 4 and cedar IIasS story log etch ard well watered price leap barn and line water and ichool church nnd It ltt tlon Price 3600 H cash balance In one and two year No8 ill acre near Oon way Ky nearly all of thli farm Is lattom land flue for corn tulle s from Ilorea Cash price JJ 010 necessary This is A atin per acre No 1114 acres near Ky In nice shape can ought worth the money For full in rrganl to all the TALK 2 = 0 c =It pays to wait after all for the comes in time even in the drama a for somo of the cts you had rf Monte Cristo which comes to town coon is a play thatcan be seen and by those who have souls to fen of real Real Romantic L Drama n GIaGEGUS IreILVWAOF people mistake MLeAtt Yothuior MAMI mmunlnitonntricleeuruuwteau rclesPptdaiScientific Jhttricait rietNtr- atationofanyetentltleIournat fonrnjoHtliiil YgrkBanc Central Kentucky Real Estate Manfe TITLE No1NJacres rhispropersmyU- Nosiaacres orchard twoitorr bottomlandVaynesburg tItDJtorjrfrnine reIatavafarmloooutbuildings COUlltTadjoining timberhuuandgood KyIteacresoutbuildings houeinewblrn milestrouttaroThisbuildings bulldingete particular orJamesTHEATRE NO bringing splendid recompose pretty again again tvoopell romantic IT rANKS AS OF THE GREATEST MATIC TRIUMPHS OF TREAT RICAL HISTORY both ly and financially It has bad phenomenal throughout the entire world and will live in the annals of the stage as one of the highest J examples of dramaticliterature HOWEVER MERITORIOUS A PLAY WITHOUT AN INTELLIGENT an artistic and effective production is impossible No pains or expense has been spared to get the best Young bright intelligent resourceful actors have been J selected in each instance with express reference to adaptability to the assigned them amsweaSCCk C new POWERFUl MELODRAMA lt j- J L r THREE JThe American people are broad gauged and liberal minded They are ready to any remarks to any any book set any play anything new and pass their verdicfpromptl ari linft111b ANYTHING THAT BECOMES POPULAR GOOD AND NOTHING CAN BECOME POPULAR THAT IS NOT GOOD The never make a Newspaper advertis BMtor- tiHlr EXPERIENCE freel Illnitntwi HlRlilnndSroo balance necessary College bargain Htanford with necessary good have drama ONE DRA artistical success CAST parts I hear listen song read they The Verdict of the 2 People I f 1 lag will induce the readers t try anything thats advertised once MERIT DOES Till REST A shining example of this principle it Ihatof the romamtlc play Monte Cris to which will be presented to ibis cit lei Tits has been produced season after seaioa for Biveaty yeusITJroST BE MERITORIOUS DONT YOU THINK USUAL PRICES WILL PREVAIL 1 s avWaltons Opera House Wednesday Mch 17 1 wearingtheirand most stylish or any shoes that are made In gun moals patent leathers box calves velours and vim they are unexcelled When it cornea to 0 Krblood shoes nod Oxfords you need not go any further Come Rod select until your hearts content Everything new This seasons Prices are pleasing All tho way from n 50c shoe to a U Crowtt Call around and see our lino before you buy elsewhere Will take pleasure in showing you our- linoSAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY We believe wo have tho best and most correct check rower Corn Planter on tho market THe Superior r Call and see a planter that runs both edge and flat drop platestWo takcplcasure in rcferiug you to Mr B G who gave it a thorough trust last jcar WeeJi HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky i M Oe Lincoln County national Bank- Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 C Surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000 1 8H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J 0 REID ASSISTANT CASHIER j W ROCHESTER TELLER HC CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER v- DIREOTOnSt B Oivsloy Stanford S IL Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John U Potter Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T C nan kiu TraylorGilbertsII Cummins 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