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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE NTERIOR JOURNAL lJVOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 4 1907 NO 83 r MAUD AND THE JUDGE Maud grasped the phono with practiced case- And softly asked What number please ISaid tho Judge Ill ask you just once more To tot mo tour six furtyfour Just hold the line said smiling Maud And tho Judge just murmured How long Oh Lord lie hold that lino till his face was v black4 i And tho nervous chllla crept up his back 1Atlost ho called her up once more 1Oh four yes said Maud four forty t Tho Judges voice grew tense and sore I I told you four SIX fortyfour Oh yes her voice came far nnd fine Just wait till I got them on the line Again ho waited and then ho tried f t Wiggling tho steel thing at the side f Maudes volco stole Into his legal den fjjieyjra busy now call up again Ho slammed that phone on tho table there And ground his teeth and begun to swear- Of nil tho words of tongue or pen The ddoit are thiec Call up ngnln RUBBLE Tom McMillan Is back at his old eland shoeing horses for Gild cash Miss Maggio Adams und Jessie Ya key wore married at Lancaster last sa weekJ l Rankin has not yet heard of his family mare which was stolen Saturday night but ho has offered a liberal reward for her recovery Adam Kelley has moved to Hedge vitle Logan Hubble and Grover McI Kcchnlo will return to Kentucky Uni versity Sunday to resume their studies Mrs Mamio Hansel is on the sick list Miss Evelyn Carson has resumed her duties aa teacher hero after siend- ing tho holidays with her parents at Hcustonville She la conducting a sue cessful school IL C Walter sold some hogs to Jack Yakcy at 5e George James sold his crop of tobacco to Harrodsburg parties at lOc all around B W Givens and G A Swinebroad sold somo slop hogs to Eubanks Hubble at Cc John Dennis und family have moved to Nicholasvillc Tub Anderson has Imoved from Marcellus to his old stand Miss Jewell Spoonamore enter is 1tamed a few friends very delightfully Tuesday evening Bona McKcchnio ret- urneds to American University Wednesday after a visit to his jiarenU here E B Miller fa visiting his son Frank in IndianapolisJudge tho ierlsonor I would like to ask a few questions before I enter my plea r You have the courts permission the Judge 1snld I go on trial said tho prisoner r 1doI have to sit hero and hoar ell the hypothetical questions asked by tho lawyersCertainly said tho Judge And hear all the handwriting ox J pertsJ course I And follow tho reasoning of the exportsjWell then Judge I will enter my plea Is It asked tho Judge Guilty I A Jamaican Lady Speaks High ly of Chamberlains Cough f Remedy Mrs Michael Hart wife of tho superintendent of Cart Service at Kingston Jamaica West Indies i Islands soys that sho has for some yours used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for coughs croup and whoop ing cough and has found It very lone llclal Sho has Implicit confidence In bottleI1ford Drug Co Five women at Merom ndsmash ed a saloon and poured out what whisky they could find They claim to bo members of a law and order league Wise Counsel From theSouth I want to give some valuable ad vice to those who sulTcr with lumo back and klduoy trouble says J H UlanUcnshlp of Bock Tonn 1 have proved to tin absolute certainty that Electric Hitters will positively cure this distressing condition Tho first bottlo gave mo great relief and hsaftertaking a few more bottles I was cured so completely that It becomes a pleasure to recommend this g rent remedy Sold under guaran too at Pennys Drug Store Price 60c t KINGSVILLE A sweet little girl has arrived at the komo of Mr and Mrs G A Walter James Smith Horton died at his homo near here and was buried at Pleasant Point Eld J G Livingston came to fill hisI last appointment but on account of the rain and general inclemency of tho weather ho did not hold services Mm Laura Lie went to MIddleburg Tuesday to visit friends J Ed BolandI of Burnside was tho guest of E W CreIghton Elmer Gooch of Auburn was tho guest of his brother C M Gooch hovel Gooch of Somerset was hero this week Little Miss Dell lUg ney has returned from a visit to her brothers family at Wilmore Craig Butt and wife havo moved back to Som erect Miss Emu Carey Is at home from Lexington with her mother Wesley King wife and son Chester havo re turned to their home in Louisville Miss Madge King of Lexington is the guest of her her mother hero lien dricka Hays of Danville and Clinton Johnson of Waynesburg were to see two our prettiest girls Wm Carey of tho C S spent the holidays with his wife and son D C Allen and Leslie M Reid spent part of tho holidays with friends here The entertainment given at tho close of school was a decided success The music was exquisitely rendered by Mrs Laura Leo and the drills pantomimes recitations etc were splendidly executed and elicited great applause from an appreciative audience While aUI wero excellent wo make especial Men tion of an exercise in expression enti tlc Como Ploy With Me in which Masters Russell Thompson liulseo Ac ton Richard Trimble Oliver Smith and little Misses Mnbcl Flint Stella Leach Esther Murphy and Grace Thompson acted their parts to erfcrtion Miss Bessie Leo entertained with a humorous reading flat all were so good that it is rather invidious to particularize Mrs Lee and Miss Dye certainly de serve great credit for tho training they have given their pupils Tho box supper following the entertainment was a pleasant affair and a financial success also The proceeds are to bo used toward tho purchase of an organ An oyster supper will bo given later for tho same purpose Misses Gillan and Long ore to teach tho Spring term Speed Records Made During Year 1906 Mariott goes a mile In 28 25 seconds at Ormondo Beach Fin Wright Brothers travel a mile In 135 in aurophuic airship Leo Stevens nnd friends go 78 miles an hour in a balloon Dan Kelley runs 100 yards In 9 35 sccondsIrace runs seven longs In 122 Prico McKinneys motor boat Stan dard goes a milo in 166ISpecial train on tho Pennsylvania rail road runs from New York to Chicago in 11 hours and 20 minutes Average speed G31 miles an hour Charloa M Danlols swims 100 yards In WI 36 seconds Count Voe Zappoling Germany in an nlrshifi travels 33 miles nn hour TheBefore we van sympathize with others wo must have suffered out soho No ono can realize tho suffering attendant upon nn attack of the grip unless ho has had tho actual oxporlonce There probably no dis ease that causes so much physical und mental agony or which so successfully defies medical aid All danger from tho grip however may bo avoided by tho prompt uso of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy not ono case has over been reported that has resulted In pneumonia or that has not recovered For sale by the Stanford Drug Co Tho Mt Sterling City ouncil passed an ordinance to keep minors from enter ing saloons by placing a fine of 10 to 20 upon the saloonkeeper who allows miners to enter his place or to loaf or loiter there Tho ordinance also sub jects tho minor to tho same fine How to Cure Chilblains To enjoy freedom from chilblains writes John Kemp Hast OtUUold Mel apply Bucklons Arnica Salvo Have also used It for salt rheum with excellent results Guaranteed to cure fever sores Indolent ulcers piles burns wounds frost bites and skin diseases 25o ntPennys Drug Store Joe Gans knocked out Kid Herman in the ninth round at Tonopah Nevada It was an easy game for tho Negro Disturbed the 0 Congregation The person who disturbed the eon gregation last Sunday by continually coughing U requested to buy a bottle of Foloys Honey and Tar 0 kPenny NEWS NOTES Extremely cold weather is again pre vailing in the Northwest Eugene Browder son of Wilbur F Browder suicided at Kusscllville George W Morris ono of Louisville grand old men Is dead aged 81 The dam of tho big artificial lake at Earlington broke and caused much damageSecretary Wilson in an Interview declared that tho pure food act was now in force and all violators would be a former member of Gcronlmos band of Apaches was burned to death in his tepee on the Fort Sill reservationJames of Pittsburgh hoi been elected president of the Pennsy vania railroad to succeed tho late President Cassatt Mrs Mary C Garman a daughter of Gov Hanly was shot at by an insane man while driving with her husband near Laporte The editor of the Manufacturers Htcord wired Gov Beckham congratulations on tho progress made by Kentucky during 1900 Localoption has gone into effect at Millcrsburg leaving Paris the solo re maining precinct in Bourbon county where liquor is sold Maj Michael Gilleas third vice president of the Illinois Central Railroad Company has resigned after 48 years active service with tho road Tho Superior Court of Ohio handed down a decision sustaining the validity of tho Atkin Law which raised the liquor tax from 300 to 1000 Two persons are dead and many more at the point of death from spinal men ingitis which suddenly broke out In Era Christian county Saturday Chief of Police Maxwell of Alton Ill has issued orders fur his policemen to shoot at mashers who annoy women on tho strceta and attempt to escape arrestJohn D Hinde n prominent whisky man and president of tho Frankfort Distillery at Frankfort died in St Louis following n second stroke of paralysis A spccialto the Times from Balti more says the mother of Joe Guns thoI pugilist received a Christmas present in tho shape of a check for 6000 from her son Three men were killed and three fatally injured by tho explosion ofn steam pipe in the Schoen Pressed Steel Car Works at McKees Rocks a suburb of PittsburgProf of the Department of Agriculture has devisee a new sys tem of seed distribution which would convert thousands of farms into miniature experiment stations L B Hicks stage right was so great that after his first appearance at Los Angeles Cal ho canceled the contract he had made to lecture at a week and will go back to mining at 3 n day Two white persons and several Negroes were injured in a wreck on the Louisville Nashville near Tay lorsville The Bloomfield accommodation left tho track nnd two coaches rolled down a high embankment h8s1gvenCincinnati Art Museum on condition that Saturday be made free admission day to all parts of the museum Special Judge William Barnes has called a special term of court at Jack son to try John Smith and John Abner Monday for tho murder of Dr B D Cox The indications are that both tho Com monwealth and tho defendants will be ready for the trial An Insidious Danger Ono of tho worst features of kidney trouble is that It Is an Insidious dls ease und before tho victim realizes hits danger ho may havo a fatal malady Take Foloys Kidney Cure at tho first sign of trouble as it corrects irregu larities and prevents Brlghts disease and diabetes G L Ionny Reports from Western Kentucky in dicate that further rains will seriously damage railroad property fho Illinois Central already Is reported under wa ter at Nortonvillo A heavy rainfall at Paducah did considerable damage flood ing cellars and interfering with all kinds of traffic Gov Luke P Blackburn whoso rep utation as a physician and philanthropist Is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water Is tho best aper ient known to tho medical profession and will cure moro diseases than any ono remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by nil drug gists and country stores Gov Hughes inhlamcsoago to the- N ew York Legislature advocates many reforms and declares himself strongly in favor of a recount of the vote in the HearstMcCIellan mayoralty contest IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIESI Lon Robinson who East Hickman was relieved of 250 by a masked robber Eight persons wero seriously Injured and 21 others badly shaken up in a wreck on tho Louisville Atlantic rail way 40 miles from Richmond Mrs Amanda Million of Richmond who served three terms as County Superintendent of Schools of Madison has been appointed matron of the Nor mal School Mayor Clarence E Woods of Rich mond was reelected Krand recorder and editor of the Delta at the National Convention of the Sigma Nu fraternity in session at the Auditorium Hotel ChicagoThe over Green river on the CampbclUvllIo and Columbia turnpike was destroyed by fire Tho bridge was built in 18C5 to supply tho one burned by Gen Morgan in 16G4 It was sit uated on the center of the bluff upon which was fought the battle of Green river bridge The cause of the fire is Mayor David R Tevis shot and slightly wounded Daniel Taylor a Negro train porter at Richmond The Negro had threatened Tevis on a Louis villa Nashville train several days ago and was arrested at that time Taylor was released on bond and when Mr TevIs met him at the depot the Negro reached for a rock and Mr Tevis used his gun John S McClure aged 9G grand father of Mrs Mary Carr of this place had a fall at Morclund which it is fear ed will be of serious consequence Mr McClure is a wellknown Pulaskian formerly of Newell At oclock Monday morning the first electric cur climbed Waits Hill and entered the public square of Somerset amid enthusiastic cheers of the populace Somerset Jour nalLondon suffered another big fire The burnt district includes George Riley residence and photograph studio C N Snoville general store and build Ing Miss Ella Smith stock of millinery and building Leander Bryant residence and sample room J B Oakley general store and building The residence of W S Jackson and tho West ern Union office building residence of George C Moore Odd Fellows Hall and large brick storehouse of J T Brown were all damaged Tho fire started in the residence of Leandcr Bryant from a defective kitchen flue CHURCH MATTERS Rev Coakley will preach at the Baptist church here Sunday morning Rev Andrews of Louisville will preach at the Baptist church at Hus tonville Sunday morning Rev Lawranco Williams who has been pastor of Carrollton Christian church for four years has resigned and accepted n call to Phoenix Arizona Dr W F Vnughans subject at the Methodist church Sunday morning will be January evening Idle Dream ing Services begin at 1055 A M end 6 65 rt Sunday school at 930 A M and prayer meeting Thursday evenings at 7 oclock From Jan 6 to Jan 13 is the time set apart as the Week of Prayer by the Evangelical Alliance It will bo ob served us follows Tuesday at 7 r La Rev L M Omer will conduct prayer services at tho Presbyterian church Subject Tho Gospel of Gods Son Wednesday at 7 r M Rev W B Van die at the Baptist church Subject The Christian Ministry Thursday at 7 r Rev R B Mahony at the Church of the Disciples Subject The Call of God to His People How to Avoid Appendicitis- Most victims of appendicitis are those who uro habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver und bowels and restores the natural action of tho bowels Orlnc Laxative Fruit Syrup docs not noau seato or gripe nnd Is mild and pleas ant to take Refuse substitutes GL Penny MR SAMUEL T HARRIS ono of Lin colas best horse nnd stock men after an inspection of the catalogue gotten out by Messrs Dunn and Beazley for their combination salo on the 16th and 17th says It is ono of the best ho has seen for a long time Ho also speaks in praise of some of the salo stock which has already arrived Cut this out and itto the Stan ford Drug Co and get a tree sample of Chamberlains Stomach und Liver tablets These tablets arc fur sup erior to pills being easier to take and more pleasant In effect They correct disorders of the stomach liver and bowels Secretary of tho Treasury Shaw in a statement admits defects In the present currency system but points to the countrys unexampled prosperity and says there is no cause for alarm orff 5r A C DUNN J It BEAZLEY GREAT COMBINATION SALE I At Stanford Kyf on Jan 16 and 17 07 WILL SELL 160 Head of Stallions Jacks Mares and GeldingsCo- mposed of the finest nutl best bred both Saddle and Harness Stallions ever oflered for Sale in Kentucky Some well matcdaml handsome High Class Teams a lot of Good Business and Show Horses good enough for the best markets Good class of big bone Tacks and Jennets Also 15 pairs of tho besttnules in the State Ample Accommodations for Stock and People BSy Write for Catalogue DUNN l8l BEAZLEYrStanford Ky COL T D ENGLISH Auctioneer Tfew Years 6rectbzga Wa send this to sound the alarm That another year u closing and to make others happy you want to put on your studying rap to know what to buy and where to find it We ARISE TO A POINT OF ORDER TO IN FORM YOU THAT THE CHAS WHEELER EMPORIUM HUSTON VILLE is the proper place to buy your CHRISTMAS GOODS Yes we have purchased large line of XMAS GOODS from Tim OLD MANand not his BOYS consisting of everything to tickle everybody from the Little Tot to the Grandma TOYS GALORE BIBLES and Books for the young nod old Everything from a Jumping lack to n Hobby Horse Jewelry We have n line to please everybody A special line for handsome gifts beet no one would be ashamed of Firstclass und strictly reliable General Line Everything that is kept in n general store We have a special sale on in Clothing every day 10 per cent oil on Overcoats and Suits LADIES and CHILDRENS CLOAKS Every one a Bargain New stock MILLIN ERY 25 per cent oil to clean up for the season Now stock A large stock of Shoes at the old Prices Notwithstanding the advance on Shoes we will continue to sell at old prices Pay no ntention to what others may say tilwut advances Just come to us we wilt convince you We will save you money if you will let us CHARLES WHEELER Hustonville K- yD1MOftDS and Fine Jewelry at Reasonable Prices We Cordially Invite You to Visit our Store While in Danville HUGH MURRAY 4 The Jeweler DANVILLE KY n with we succeed i We sell good goods We have too right prices We give you a square deal Wo dont ward it all ihWe like to have other people dojsomojwsiueas Wo give fair treatment to everybody An inspection of goods anti comparison of pricetis invited Geo DII Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries Ac t f5r T The Interior Journal E C WALTON F NORTH 1Mfor ltoIJrtsntntheof Lincoln eonntymibject to tho action Vemo ratio party r IJT ROBERT- SI a candidate for Mnulstrate In the Omh Qrchanl Magisterial District to the ftctlonof the party i WITTE the great Russian states tMRand financier takes no stock In about Japan declaring war on States It is his opinion that many years must elapse beforo Japan will again be able to undertake a war with any firstclass power Her resources were nearly exhausted by tho struggle with Russia She must recuperate before she can again as sumo offensive operations At tho same time she must keep up the rato of expenditure demanded for the maintenance of her sea power so as to hold possession of tho territory acquired as a result of tho wars with China and Russia Tho hard andfn alliance between Japan and England made to assure the Asiatic holdings of bath powers is in itself a guarantee against any prof cct of war with the United States if their were no other restraining consideration PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTS antirac suicide theories are to receive tho hearty indorsement of Chicagos union labor says a dispatch An organization is being perfected which will place a premium on childbirth One hun dred dollars is to be paid to tho wife each member of the association at the birth of a child Should the stork leave twins at the home of a union man the premium will be raised to 250 and 500 will be paid cheerfully in the event of triplets There are two objects of the proposed beneficiary organization one of which is to insure the father and mother of a stated sum at a time when I it is greatly needed and the other is one which has back of it purely union principlesto remove women from the field of labor and place them wherethey say they rightfully belong in their homes AT least 33 persons were killed and 55 injured in a wreck caused by the co lilisIon of two passenger trains on the 1Chicago Rock Island Pacific railroad west of Volland Kan The accident is said to have been due to the carelessness of a telegraph operator Tais is the second horrible wreck in a fiw days The other occurred on the B 0 near Washington City AN explanation of the car shortage it that the roads especially at New York allow consignees to let their go ds remain in the cars for a dollar a day In the matter of apples alone 203 cars have been tied up there but the order prohibiting the practice wiil itadd greatly to the available rollin shck of the country THE Somerset Times is the name of a maw democratic paper to be launched at Somerset soon Messrs Cecil Wil Hams and Woodson May are the promoters Tho former gentleman began his journalistic career on this paper and t has since assisted Mr F J Campbell on the Somerset Journal lr Two more deaths occurred at Padu cih from tetanus las the result of wounds from toy pistols used to celo brat the holidays The total death L roll from this cause now numbers five Beware of such toys id TilE Kentucky State Journal has very sensibly decided to take no more Itadvertisements on its front page after 1Feb 1 It looks extremely country to see the best page of a daily given to advertising LOOK out for a raise in coal oil gasoline axle grease etc John D Rocke feller has made the University of Chi cago another gift this time 3000000 making 19416022 he has given to that institution TilE CourierJournals financial and Itttion and increase of Falls City but was a fine specimen of j the printers art POLITICAL Charles M Floyd Republican was elected Governor by tho New Hampshire Legislature The election of Simon Guggenheim as Senator from Colorado to succeed T M Patterson is assured The annual report of the Philippine Commission says the financial condi- tiont of the islands is better than for several years past It is expected that Congress will adopt Senator Forakers resolutions for an investigation of the affairpCommerce Cornmls 11aionreached an agreement to invest gate the block signal systems on both and Baltimore Ohio rail h the Southern waysCharles E Hughes was inaugurated His address- t ofgovernor was the ceremonies In the capi tol at Albany occupying more half an hour y I Several policemen were called in toIpreserve order at a special meeting the Atlanta city council at which epl toots were exchanged by Mayor Woodward and Alderman Key Only two months remain of the present Congress and then many misfitswill return homo never again to be heard from It is tough on them but the country will be glad to stand It At a meeting of the Pulaski Democratic County Committee Matthew Warren tendered his resignation which was accepted whereupon Robert Brown was elected chairman and William Waddle secretary Gov Magoona transfer from Cuba to to the Philippines as vice governor It is said means that ho will before long become governor general of the Islands succeeding Gov Gen Smith It Is claimed affairs in the islands are not progressing smoothly that the Filipinos are discontented and are becoming more difficult to control wMATRIMONIAL Harvey Burton and Miss Laura Hen dricks Madison county young people were made one on the 1st G W Rogers aged 29 and Miss America Millard 16 were married at James Millards yesterday- J C Morgan and Miss Mary Thompson popular Garrard county young people drove to Danville and were married At a wedding in LaGrange Gi Frank M Riley was shot and dangerously wounded by Harvey Hill of Atlanta e Miss Ida Oaks the handsome daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Oaks of the Sauflcy section and Mr James Meredith formerly of Boyle count Trove to Stanford and were made one Miss Mamie Oaks sweet 16 and Arthur Young of the Saufley neighborhood were quietly married by Rev R R Noel Wednesday Tho bride is a handsome young lady and highly reo peeled by all The room is an Industrious young man and popular with his nany friends Mr William P Logan and Miss Kit tie Beazley drove to Lancaster Wednesday and were united in wedlocks holy vends The groom is a prosperous young farmer a fine business man and a clever gentleman His bride is a laughter of the late E B Beazley and Is a very lovable and popular young lady They had been sweethearts for years and now that their fond hopes have been realized they should be very happy They will be at home to their riends on the old Levi Hubble farm near Shelby City after this week The NTERIOR JOURNAL joins their host of friends in wishing them a long and happy married life with all the good hings that can come their way A Card This is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your monc If Foleys Honey and Tar falls to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevent serious results from a cold Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no plates Tho genuine is in a yellow aekage Refuse substitutes G L Penny CARD OF THANKS God in His wisdom and mercy has deemed it best to- take from us our dear loved one husband and father May God bless am comfort those who so nobly responds to our aid in that dark hour of gnef- and to you we wish to extend our heartfelt thanks Mrs Isaac Hamilton and family 1 CORNS CUREDCornExit will post tlvely remove corns in four days The catrjnent is simple and pleasant and- we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of- this great preparation only costs 15- cents and nothing if a perfect cure is- not speedily effected G L Penny druJalst Stanford Ky HOUSES FOR RENTI desire to rent for the year 1907 the Helm residence on Danville Avenue There are five- acres of land in the lot and the home is a very desirable one Also the brick cottage on Somerset pike now occupied by George T WeoJ II Helm Stan- sord Ky lib acres of hemp land for rent Mrs Rebecca R Carpenter Hustonville Central Kentucky Realfstatefxhange Mt TITLE CO too 223Nlc room cottage end acre at land local about I mile Irom Shelby City The boule- aloDe coat 1500 We will veil tbU place for No osco acres 34 inlles Irom Junction Clt- 21torYIG room frima dwelling good barn tribe IIIUI etc All In good repair Including feDclDi 33ncr liD gram and 23 acre In culunl- IoD orchard of pcacbea plums apilts etc A plendld grape Harbor 2400 grapes luld In year Place close to school churches aDd well watered medicated well at hou e awl ltoct well at bun sic lrloe 3800 lour and Grist Mill Audenon county Ky 35 barrel capacity covered with IroD- built 8 eI1i ago Steam and water power tbelatter 8 months of the year It is an np- todate roller mill with burrlllor corn and albeit The eolooll of 7 yean runs acre with the mill Including what li with tho bouse of 5 rooms All for 6250 or 13 600 for the mill and 14 acre One half caab- DutiDe trade No mill In 10 miles h January Clearance Sale 81500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 81118 1250 Mens Overcoats Cut to 048 1000 Mens Overcoats Cut to V48 700 Mews Overcoats Cut to 408- G50 Mens Overcoats Cut to 448 500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 318 18QO Mews Suits Cut to 13U8 1500 Mens Suits Cut to 1108 1200 Mens Suits Cut to 008 1000 Mens Suits Cut to 708 850 Mens Suits Cut to 508 750 Mens Suits Cut to 548 500 Mere Suits Cut to 808 The above prices are only on a few of our goods Come in before you buy elsewhere and get our pric- esSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Pioneer Wire Fencee ttttts Square mesh and the Best Wire Fence odc1or solo by K T Pence Jr Stanford Ky Dealer in Farming Implements Muggier Surreys Etc CHICKENS A sew tingle comb Rhode Island II t Cockrels from a select twnfor aalu MI18 I II COOK HlnnforU Ky Look Out for Bargains Start tho New Year Right by trading with D J SMITH Gilberts Creek K Best Goods at Lowest Price is lilt Motto Condition ol The Crab Orchard Banking Co December 31 1906- RESOURCES Loam and discounts 42634 47 Overdraft 2019 CJ Banking House and Lot 1600 00 Furniture and Future 1500 00 Due from Bank 6113 Cash 1938 39 56006 44 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 15000 00I Surplus 1200 Undivided profits 1095 Deposits 39521 Due Banks 175 16 56006 44 Undivided Profits and Grou Euniogi 3063 98 Distributed at follows Expenses for year 1904 41 Carried to Surplus 150 00 Dividend No5 6 per ct 900 00- Carried Undivided Profiu 109 57 3063 9t J C BAILEY Cashier HENR- YWATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior JournalB- OTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150Few people In Ube United state have not heard of the OoutlerJournal Democratic In all thing lair In all things clean In all kings It It essentially a family paper Dy special arrangement we are enabled to fer the WEEKLY COUHIEUOUUNAL one year and thU paper for the price named bore Send yoar subscription for tbe com tnatlonto usnot to tbe CourierJournal StockholdersMeeting A meeting of the stockholders of the limb Orchunl lUnkliiRCo will IM hold ul thllr house the drat Monday In Jlln ilnry hs7forhopurposoof electing dlnc tors ur the ensuing yen- rJT H11LIY aQd- rrStockholders Meetin A meeting of the stockholders of the INt National Ibtnk of Hlnnfonl will tw held lit their bunking house the second Tuesday In January IWT for the purpose of hocthlK director for the ensuing year malts 33IelloIIBHTaC- ashierStockholders Meeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Lli coin County Notional Ilunkof mnnfonl held lit their UinkliiK houmt the ecolld Tuenlny In January imff for the purpose or electing director for the eimulng year W M llltlIIIT Cashier StockholdersMeeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Nil tlonnl lUtnkof will Ire held at their bunking huutuInIifllouvilletheec- and Tuesday In January 1U7 twtwren HI lAM for the purpono of electing dire ton to serve the ensuing year 1W HOOK Cashier VITAE O g Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Pnln Killer Oerm Destroyer Dlscinw linn Isher lllood Vltnllier Htrength Restorer unciI N H Bogie Slarksbtiry Kentucky Oenenil Agent Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wUhtasellmyfnrni SU mlle W1t or tue pike and Oiirpun tcri Hutton consisting of lp5 acres of rich blue grass or totrtcco land all it grail This fans enn unequally divided tc advantage sorutohaven good dwelling on each III also necessary outbulllllnl1a- 1ho farm lays almost In only ohs mule In lines There lire three stock burnt J tobacco burn stables I tennnl houoIIOOII water In every llrld six lasting springs li streams running through vhole truck J 8TKKIjB oAIUBNTKU Hustonville Ky POSTED We whose names appear tolow strictly orbltl hunting fishing or kind of tree umlng on our placoi and will prosecute vi ilators to the full extent of tho law Fred VonOruenlgun Uolclienbach liros KretlVonAllnmn A VonOruenlgnn Fred Itaumiinn IIolineH i E ItelchenUich Joseph linden IIl1nll il Jllufnlaun- MrsMllnydeoVeIeh M D Klnioru Duvld Htepheni Jlary IlotTinann- li Nunnelley J W Uiitighman UhrlstlnuOniyiion J 0 Carpenter Jacob Jcisweln sum Dnmvron Mrs MJ Ashlock 10 Dover Fred Handorf MriM IVndlcton- W Oonller J Ne vl n Curtor Peter llnlmer J H Unmenlsah- Ireen It Duugherty JHBruce 1DInl Farmer Anderson arr Hpratt J K Clover W K A mon J W leak iL K Mnrtln Jfeiser A Pnxton W U W ivMiirtln Haniuel UnJIIlY M KCordler Moses Urry Alex Cooper lIIra Mary 1pplli Mrs Wnller Warren Mrs Mnttlo White Hlrnpsoll IIrol TtnIeyMpllonnntore- Y Curter y liea II F Lawrence L OUR COftT 1 1 SftLE uHs an illwind that blows nobody good and this warm season now bringslad the price of our Coats within the REACH OP ALL i cr 1 Wehave a big stock and I would rather tautiLOSE MONEY on them now than carry them 1 tofanother season Our sizes run from aIchilds 4yearold to a mans extra size II mean to SELL THEM Its your opportunejv f ity We have some GOOD ONES EXTRA GOOD ONES as well as low price ones Prices 1 NAMED will mean nothing to you unless you can see the garment If you really want an J r Over Coat we believe our prices will suit you See them in our windows and on the counter tat the reduced prices r- EL McROBERTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY No Better Cough Remedy is Made OurICompound Syrup White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky i Along The Kennebec 1 A Beautiful Rural Comedy at Wal tons Opera Stanford on ll Wednesday Evening Jan 9 GREAT BARGAINS IN HOLIDAY GOODS CALL NOW W B McRoberts DRUGGISTf STANFORD c ePBRSONAL8UPCIY9l given to all Prescriptions compounded 3 F irFursIn nil the net thnpca rind eking nt 12 price We bought too many and they must go oven nt n low CLOAKSiWe linvc n few excellent styles in Black and Fancy Cloaks at J mud i off the price SUITS About twenty snits in staple styles and colors nt J andair the price SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY BTANFOHU KY JAN 1007 UIplyofnys Drug Store PERSONALS Hussnu Hnows Unuito sick 1 MIt J A TUCKKU over from Lex Ington JGHNilJAUOIl to working for J C Mc MR8VEL1ZA BLAIN went to Danvilh tovfalt ffriend Miss ItAlLl DAWSON Is visiting her IifMit WM down from Drodhtad yost nl v Rev It IL MAIIONY11 in Cnseycoun working insurance af fotMrs Wcxxllo S Jones LUIA IIIBWITT of Boston Is Ixmtec Tate tMIss MAt MARTIN of Paris is in tho Sautloy section ANt Mrw It T WHITE of Crnl Orchanl wore hero yesterday Mn J T HINUAMAN of Wckiwn I T U hero this week on business I Missal JQKNIE AND MAROAHET WAR I RS spent several days In Louisville Missus TBVIB CARPENTER and Jennie Lynn spent several days at Lancaster Miss KATIIBUINB WAIIREN Is assist V Ing In this olllee during a rysh of jo workMiss MARY CLARK ESGLUUAN of Paint Lick Is tho guest of Miss Eul TottenMil JOHN LEWIS THOMAS of Midway Is tho guest of Miss Nannie Woods T J UOBINSON and Marshall Herring were here from Huston vlllo yesterday MR BARNES WEAKEN who Is in tho Insurance business has been transferred ti ML Sterling Miss MOLUE BROOKS nnd Mrs Wil liam Monk were down from Crab Orchard yesterday Etwooo TOTTEN left this week tot take a position with the Superior Drill Co at Springfield 0 MISSES Potur AND KAITB LAN D havo returned from a visit to their r Hnunt Mrs Emma Daniel EU J W HAGIN and family of Covinjton spent n week or BO with the family of Mr John F Cash ADAM M PENCE JR passed an ex amlnatlon at Corbin yesterday and will tako a position as fireman on the L N MR E T CARTER and family returned to Evansvlllc Ind Wednesday lifter a brief visit to the honiofolki here MIBSES MARGARET AND AVARILLA LIVINGSTON and Sallie Smith have been visiting for several days at Mr David Scotts DR BERTIE CARPENTER was down from Hustonvillo yesterday to see Mrs Dan Traylor and lIttlo daughter who are quite sick MISSES MAMIE SOUTHERLAND of Cor bin and Myrtle Southerland of Row land have been guests of their mother Mrs W B Land Miss FANNIE YOUNG returned to Bar bourvllle Wednesday with her brother Elbert and has matriculated at the lIblo College there JESSE WALTER and family have 1oved from the Novlus cottage on La- lan Avenue to the VanDeveer residence on Somerset Street 7 V MRS MARY WRAY and Earl and James Baughman left yesterday to- make their homo with Mr Harry C Baughman at Harriman Tenn 1DR L G SINGLETON of Bowling I Green was tho guest of hit brother li Sapt Garland Singleton Ho looks like ho is being treated well in his new Y home J C ADAMS who haa been visit NMR parents Mr and Mrs Willis Adams at Mt Vernon was on yestor his homo nt Colorado days train en route to i Springs DR C FOWLER and wife have moved I to the residence on West Main just va I cated by Miss Alice Bentley who has jl moved to tho Florence cottage on Church Street V W J SIGLER has been transferred from the Atlantic Coast Line depot at I Mnitlond to tho Port Tampa City office l the gratification of his many Hands Uo Mr Sigler Is getting acquainted 4tvlth his office Mrs Sigler is visiting Mr and Mrs J D Aus 11 her parents Tribune UR Colton StreetMorning r Tampa Fps f Tr MR M II STARR the clever advance agent of tho Along tho Kennebec Co was hero yesterday billing hi show which comes to Waltons Opera house next Wednesday night MR EMORY T BEAZLEY and wife are moving up from Harrodsburg to his farm on logons Creek Ho sold out his undertaking business nt Harrods burg and is returning to his first love to the delight of his legion of friends LOCALS HATS nt cost Misses Straub GASOLINE cngineoll nt W H Hig gins FOR RENTNice cottage J C Me ttQlary Sipplre IRICHS right on nil kinds of fruits nt Singletons store hTar Danvlllo council refused to II cense pool and billiard tables RESIDBNCE on Danvillo avenue for rent Iosacsslon Jan A R Wal lace FOR New Orleans molasses hominy cabbage etc call at T D New lands L speckledbThis olllco aYou stingy men ought to buy your wife a fur They are going at halt price at Severances FIFTEEN extra good meat hogs 300 to 400 pounds for sale B D Holtz claw It R No1 Stanford SAVE time trouble by or doming papers and magazines from Miu Hcttie Harris Crab Orchard Ky JOHN VERNON will have a sale of his personal property at his home near Crab Orchard tomorrow Saturday TilE Beaver Creek it Gas Co office at Ilustonvillo and wells in Wayno courtly sent out a 10 per cent dividend to its stockholders for a new years present TEIL your friends outthe great Combination Salo which Messrs Dunn d Bcazlcy will hold In Stanford Jan 1C and 17 Over 175 horses mules etc will bo disposed of- FADSA little slx months old daugh ter of Mr and bias Samuel P Ends died Tuesday night of pneumonia The interment took place in Buffalo ceme tery Wednesday afternoon MR W T WHITE has moved to Ot tenhelm and in u short while will open a general store In the Schanzenbach property Mr White is an experienced merchant and should do well u IT has been suggested that Stanfords name bo changed to Mudvillo until the streets aro put in a decent conditon By the way a little work has begun on what wo used to call streets TilE First National Banks present ing its customers and friends with very useful book entitled Kentucky Laws Mado Plain The popular in stitution has our thanks for one TilE livery stables here have let their drummers go and will take pot luck on getting business Bcazlcy Bros and B D Carter aro having a rate card printed which they say they aro going to adhcro strictly to POSTMASTER FLORENCE tolls us there Is talk of discontinuing tho star route between Stanford and McKinney A better patronage of this route might keep it going Do all you can for It This is not only the best but tho onlyI star route in LincolnIA NEW ENGLAND comedy entitled Along the Kennebec will bo presented at Waltons Opera Houso on Wed nesday evening Jan 9 This company carries all its own scenery for the pro duction and its stago settings arc said to bo extraordinarily pretty and well appointed The play is a comedy pure and simple with an absence of cheap sensationalism but an abundance of good clean comedy something that we laugh at and not understand after ward what we laughed at Tho funny duel scene in the third act is said to be a pretty good cure for the blues for the evening at least Their splendid orchestra will please all lovers of good music If You Were a Merchant We believe you would do as we do in selling Winter goods in January nt such outmgtouily low prices We find it is better to take n small price now than carry them over nnd as Winter has just begun the wise buyer will take advantage of the e offerings Those who had not contemplated buying n Cloak Suit or Fur can now have one nt so little cost thnt it is folly to do without Tho goods we oiler in this January Sale ore the mot desirable Conic early to get tho choice things I ALONG THE KENNEBEC a splendid rural play will hold the boards at Wal 9sPLEASE call and settle your with mo at once Will be here for a few days only W N Craig DANVILLE wants a Graded School Llttlo Britain Is large enough to support one and we hope sho wll get her wishes Tun young Ladies Mi U rmry So ciety of the Presbyterian church will meet with Miss Annie McKinney Satur day afternoon at 3 oclock a IN a day this office fill d a bill of print- Ing for a Fort Worth Texas party and mother for nn Evansville Ind man Vo are spreading out B little IDONT fail to see the street parade given by the company which presents Along the Kennebec at Waltons Opera House next Wednesday night Jan Tut catalogues forthegreat Combi nation Salo to beheld hero Jan 16 a d 17 by Messrs A C Dunn and Jnnnu R iteazley arc ready for distribution Call on or write to either of thesa Ron tlemen If you wish one ChristiandAnna It Rentz Reader and Nelle DC marque Gibbs Pianist both of Cincin nati will give an entertainment at Waltons Opera House on tho evening bf Jan 16 Go and help a good cause and enjoy a pleasant evening as well TAXES RAISED At tho regular meeting of the City Council last night the tax rate was rrised from 40c to 70c on tho 100 It is hoped that some of this money will be spent on tho streets License to run a pool and billiard room was granted James M McCarty who will open In the Gentry building on Depot Street Mr John J McRobcrta was elected treasurer to succeed J C Bailey who has moved to Crab Orchard HONOR ROLL for urtmonth of Stanford Graded and High School Grade 1Edgur Brady Tilden Cooper Hugh Reid Foster Herbert Huffman Homer Kidd Leo Mershon John R McKinney Clarence Singleton Clal borne Walton Mary Anderson Sabra Estes Minnie Hardin Bessie Miller Cettie Miller Annie R Powpll Virgin la Omer Grade 2 Morris Bruce Leonard Hal lard Allene Boone Clinton Coleman Clarence Cooper Joe T Embry Hus ton Gentry Matsy Grimes Nellie W McKinneyLewis Warner Grade a Besalo Brackett Francis Brackett Elizabeth Stagg Linnle Kidd Walter Kidd William Carson Prescott Brown SImmlo Davis Her bert Davis Henry Messer James Trib ble Everett Brock Irvine Brock Ruth Hardin Bessie Pendleton Bessie Moore Tillie Goldstein Polly Land Grade 4Ethel Brackett Mary S GrayVernaHardin Gertrude Wilkerson Bessie HarryWilkerson Brackett Ewalt Givens Opplo Brown Hobart White MaryGrayMannioMobleyGrade 6 Thomas Coleman James GentryHarris McKinneyHarry rietta Wallace Bryan Bradshaw Ar nold Foreman Oakley Holtzclaw Albert Holtzclaw Joseph Hill Grade 7Morrison Bright Moses Cooley George Downer Joseph Hopper Will McCarty John Waters Grace CampbellAnnie Milburn Willie Moore Kato Ru noy Maud Stone Maranda White An na WarrenIGrade 7Lillle Eads Sadie Eads El len Moore Walter Milburn Alfred Kai ser GradyTuckerSophomoreMargaret Warren JuniorJohn Downer HopperRlJ W IRELAND Supt LADIES suits and cloaks look mighty cheap at onehalf and onethird off tho price at Severances AidtTnE Society of the Chris tan church will meet in tho lecture room of the church at 2 oclock Satur day afternoon As new Ulcers are to bo elected it large attendance is desired theM ankshere the McKlnnyDepositBanking Co in issue Read bankingInstitutions h FOR RENT lllnrkiuiltli hoi nml renlilmie nt Tur ltwtvlll for nnt IV a lull Itlimiill t ly unnliii lint ttmul nn excellent one WCI McIlKKKtHnfonl Ky For Sale or Rent I fly homo on Whitt y Avenue In Htnnfonl IoeMMHilon nt oitco Coal kovearoom col tuo and sill nvcmunry uutliulkllnts Unclad gnrdunYluuorALKX II IIOITJTIAWHtnnfonlKy NOTICE 1Co went twry Ikon that In nlllklcd with rlicuiniitlnin eons trouble or iiny lllivnw arlnhm from liiimin bloat tn try n liilCtaW 01 our ttniHlnru nnifdy llommii Iwr IIllIklI accordtodlrectlunoryour 101 will liv ru fuiulrd Kuril pnrkniie contain 31 ilowi with u rrglittfntl Kuurintie 1rlrr UO For ode by Agiiit MiKlnncy K- yM44RESTOLEN A duty uiurv about II4 hands high wna stolen from my phut Hiitunttiv night Dec Aitli Hheln funilly mire 15 yours old nml linriuM nark on troth hlpi Hhu U nlto u little windbroken Itewunl JOHN M KyILIIT LUNHFOKI agent for the Lifting Jnrknml Win Ktntrlifr for Lincoln soul Uarnml counties An one needing one nn order of ment Ireachcr llle Ky It gives me pleunum to state thnt I hnvo known Mr Iunifortl fur yenri nod thnt he U thoroughly r i oiikllln nnd truthful Whnt hu tell you clout the wonderful inn clime can bu rcllrU on K C WALTON PlY Up or Be Advertised J U Kdmlitonof Crab Orchnrd Ky tins plant ill of his More iicctiunU In my liiindi forrollivtlonniul If not paid Uforo Juny 151W7 I will ndvertli ench unit every l er oons account for oak at public uuctlonlwth In the IVTKHIOK JOUHNAI and on posters which will bu pouted in public places T H HIM Hherlft Nice Home for Rent 1 desire to rent for thcyenr my place of 7yhero of ground one mile front Htnu fonl on Dnuville Mtrevt It contnln u two story reiildciice of live room two hulls cia Irnltliur servant room and nil outbulld logs Io iemiloii given 11II1IdluII Ap pilciuiti will please apply to J rnxton JOHN ItUKlHTJU 3500 Range An IllKRnt uteelliound range cap oil vessel 16 with It with ouch II purchiiku fur cnih oiuv I will give n ticket to u11 pur chaser of McrrhiindUo nt my store Hiimn one will gttlhli ekiiint ninge Corns nnd seu It Just received n nice line of Hum burg KilidngUnllcoexAc IMionv a Uiun Iwrlnnd U It nAH UH Cnib Orchnrd Ky PUBLIC SALE I HnvliiR decided to no toIndlnnn I will sell nt my residence on the Btnnford A Ute teuhehupike nlK utiJiuilieH from Htnnfonl of ottennelni on TlKHUAY JAN18 the following described towtt My farm of aoucreii with good dwcllliiR of three rooms kitchen nnd two IlOrel1llIlId a good burn with other outhouses good shal elwobortei two borse wagon and wagon ar I buggy buy oats und corn household nnd kitchen furniture consisting of bod nom set wardrobe one nice tine sewing machine one clock 2 stand table lot of chairs e idateads one cook stove as good UI new kitchen 811Illo1 of nice dlsho lot of pota toes apph canned IrUltlliOIlW honey lot ebleKlII one large sell lily Ww mill nearly nil good ns now one grist set well auger one bill plow onedoublehuvel and many other thine too numerous to men tion Terms made known on day of tuile J A JAMKH Ottenhelm Ky Col Jl Chandler Auct Report of the Condition of the National Bank of Hustonville at Close of Business Dec 31 1906 RESOURCES Loans and discount 131315 69 Ovcrdralu 2137 83 U S Bonds lo Secure Circulation 12500 00 Banking House Furniture and Sale 2900 00 Due horn Banks and Cash 66932 20 Due from U S Treasurer 625 00I 216610 72 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 50000 00 Surplus and Profit 16970 51 National Bank Notes 12500 00 Drpoiits 137140 21 216610 721 J W MOCKER Cashier Blankets The best brand of IJInnketH made in nllwjol all sizes nt 10 per ceutIdiscount OUTING CLOTHS All lOc Outings except the solid colors nt 8c per yard I UNDERWEAR On till Mens Womens and Childrens Underwear we give a reduction of 10 per centiBig reduction on little tnings such as 1oques Shawls Childrens Caps Knit Skirts Childrens Union Suit Children Pants and Vesta Tegginf OVERCOAT PRICES 1REDUCED Insufficient cold weather has made Overcoat Sales light We have too many and must sell them To do so at once we offer 25 Overcoats for 1950 20 Overcoats for 1650 1850 Overcoats for 14 15 Overcoats for 1150 1250 Overcoats for 10 10 Over coats for 8 750 Over coats for 5 5 Overcoats for 4- SPOT CASH ONLY CUMMINSMCLARYSTANFORD 1N 1N 1tiN744AWiKiN1 7I Special Sale OQ Wljite Counterpaines Friday iSaturday Jan 11 12th ti- The following reduced prices good only on daysof sale Make it to your advantage to be here REGULAR PRICE SALE PUICE 8100 values nt69c125 values et 98e 150 values at 110 175 values at 120 200 values at 159 250 values at 198 300 values at 249 350 values at 289 We have a limited quantity of the above so come early and get choice of the l- otLM HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY I The Interior Journal Entered in tilt PottOffice at Stanford at Meadclan maUerITCnliBUuu TUESDAYS AND MIIIUTB s AT s1oo PER YEAR CASH When not so paldl2oo will be charged TURKEYS I tlondhornDons It Cnll on or hll lIlr View Poultry Farm trencher lUle Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE BUSES k CLABKSOHi Prcn JUNCTION CITY KY 71nlasa Turnouts at Realonable Ratei Special Attention to Trnellng Men t and Bay For Bale For Sa1ePrivatelyNy- boue and 10 acres of land situated just of town limits on the SomeRet lYe house has 7 rooms kItchen and ser cellar stable and aUTanta room good necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for J P BAILEY A S PRICESu- rgoon DontistI STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately i 3I Tlnu determined to quit farming will will privately fnrm of Its Heron nenr Lorelnndon ONIGdlrond9 nil es from Janvllle 4 mtles frolll well Itanted on pike Orop consists of corn hay and oat stock lnneU Jacks horse and brood mare Will Mil nt a bargain If I find a buyer In the neat 30 or 40 days B B KINO Moreland l- yINSURANCE rue Lightning WlndStorllllIlfe and r andAMldent None BmaT Represented Lowest Pos table Rates Guaranteed Paying lice erdlDnequalled Talk with 32AHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 BD CARTER Successor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STaNrono KY Special mention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is solicited Horace on commlselon Stock Pone In Connections Two Farms For Sale 3 wish to sPit privately my farm of 170 hMretS miles Wost of the LeXI imgton pike U Is welt Improved nnd ba plenty of water and timber fenced and In good Also nn unimproved lurm of 100 acre Mag midway between Lancaster nnd Lei Kigton Good outlet inch wny Well jBcwd Torinsrunsonuble TIllKHHIhO 36nrtaburyIy SIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU i Wby buy nndymndo olotlilns when there if rut little dltToronco in the price of ready made suit told u suit mndotu your inviiiuru taken by nil exiwrlenral taller I have harKlsoMin line of Full anti Winter goods I tho eau flnett nmko frossuitwAlsoOvercatsTruue rand Fancy Vests Tho company 1 rep OlIent Is second to none HO UUlLKV The Tnllor- Httiururdl eceaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harnea3Saddlery- Acr f jITANFORD KENTUCKY OmceJPhone 17 Home Phone Si JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm sis Also Dealers in Fur iture MattingsRugs They 1gillexchange Furniture for Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT Good fouryenr old gelding for sale Works anywhere Henry LoRan Stanford Adam Pence Jr sold to Rober Moreland of Lexington a sorrel geld ing for 223- Tobacco growers In Scott count have pledged 2800 acres of tobacco to the Society of Equity John A Drake has sent Ort Wells to Leonatus Stud Harrodsburg where he will be placed in the stud and make hh first full season the coming spring am CowA light red cow giving some milk about four years old and showing little Jersey came to my place three weeks ago Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep H C Walter Hubble Ky Burley tobacco growers in session at Winchester declined to follow sugges tions made by James Andrew Scott who advised a secret organization and a coat of tar and feathers for agents of the trust who operate in Kentucky The success of the Burley movement is still In doubt The announcement by tne district committee of the Burley Tobacco Society that 54 per cent of the crop has been pooled with the organization was received with enthusiasm throughout the section growing that variety of the weed After an executive session the committee adjourned till Jan 15 three days after tho time to which the period for pooling has been extended MESSAGE THE NEW YEAR Oh struggling soul be strong Make this a glad New Year And life one grand sweet song Some other life to cheer No time hast thou to dream Or waste Hfos precious hour While borne upon lifes stream Waste not thy manly dower Amid the busy din Toiler think not of rest Great battles thou must win This New Year do thy best Oh manly man be strong Let noble passion sway And loves triumphantsong Make glad each passing day Let this New Year be glad Oer victories you have won No hour should er be sad When manly task is done And should the storm at sea Toss you on billowy breast Let him the Man of Galilee Speak words of peace and rest This glad New Year be strong Make brave and noble fight Gainst giant forces of the wrong Stand thou for truth and right May no dark hour betide When thou shalt still thy song Or peace of God cease lo abide Oh manly man be strong Dangers of a Cold and How to Avoid Them More fatalities have their origin ii or result from a cold than from any other cause This fact alone should make people more careful ns thero is no danger whatever from a cold when It is properly treated In the beginning For many years Chamberlain aCough Remedy has been recognized as the most prompt and cITectualmodlclno In use for this disease It acts on na tures plan loosens thorough relieves the lungs opens the secretions and aids nature m restoring tho system to a healthy condition Sold by the Stanford Drug Co In the Fayette circuit court the cases against James and Ethulbert Hargis and Ed Callahan charged with the mur der of James Cockrell at Jackson were continned until the April term as the court of appeals has not passed on the former trial Cured of Lung Trouble lilt Is now 11 years since I had a narrow escape from consumption writes C O Floyd u leading businessman of Kershaw S C I had rundown in weight to 135 pounds and coughing was constant both by day and by night Finally I began taking Dr Kings Now Discovery and con tinued this for about six months when my cough and lung troublo wore en holy gone and I was restored to my normal weight 170 pounds Thous ands of persons are healed every year Ouarnteed at Pennys Drug Store 50c and 31 Trial bottle free Tho record of deaths by murder nnd violence during the year 1906 or up to- Dec 20 shows that the number was 9 350 or 38 more than in 1905 The Right Name Mr August Sherpc tho popular overseer of the poor at Fort Madiso- na says Dr Kings New Life PlI1s are rightly named they act noro agreeably do more good and make ono feel better thun any other laxative Guaranteed tocure bilious ness find constipation 25c at Pennys Drug Store In a fight at Pine Top Knott county Harrison Stone Walter Hanks and Walter Thomas were killed FOR SALE OR RENT The J W Per rin cottage on Lancaster street This ilaco can be bought at a bargain For particulars apply to L R Hughes Stanford Kytt QUAUrEKLY REPORT OP THE McKinney Deposit Bank at the cline of butnieu on the 31st day of December 1906- RESOURCES Loins an J lscounll2S16lOverJiatn secured OverdraftsmuecureJ II Due from Niilonil IbnklZ 611 73 Due from Stale Minks Ilenkers Due from Trust fromunls 11773 II 1397 tonkin r house nJ Let 2169 U Other Real Estate 000000 Monies 0000U S Bonii oouo 00 Other Stocks and OonJs 0001 00 Speck I 69 Currency tT 3 aSo 09 Exchange for Clearing Other hems csrrleJ at Caih tOOo Furniture inJ Fixtures 1818 KimJ to iurazes Currentfcip se s s Qua rte rtrretlout imrttr Sast0i lit Give description location value and how long owned all leal estate exotct banking house an J lot It any owneJ long er than five years LIABItlTIES Capital Stock paid In In cash fltOO 00 Surplus Fund ltd UsawUndivided Profits Due Depositors as fvllowsvli 21151 bepoiltsaubJect to check on which Interest Is Deposits subject bdeck on which Interest paid oo ooo oa Demand certificates of deposits NldwoooroTimewhich Interest Is paUjoe coo03 Savings deposits on which In tens Is paid 90000 oa Certified Checks uooao 00 Due National hacks oo oouoo Due Stile tanks and tankers on coo at Due Trust Companies ooooooo Cashiers Checks outstanding Bills rJIscounleJM 00000 oo Unpaid dividends oo ooo w Taxes Joe and unpaid W ivu oo Capital stick not pail W SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm In cluJinglnlhellabilitvol the company or firm the liability of Individual Mem bers thereof directly or Indirectly If such Indebtedness exceeds to percent of cap- Ital stock actually pall In anJ actual amount of surplus of the hank No How Is Indebtedness stated In above Item i secured See Sec Ky Statutes Iny1lreclordebtedness exceeds toper cent of pail up capital stock of bank Nothing came j8i Kentucky Statutes How Is secured Does amount of Indebtedness any cerson company or firm Inrludlng In the liability of the y or firm the liabil ity of the Individual members thereof ei ceeS o per cent of psIJUP capital actual surplus No If so state amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend Were all especial losses Interest and taxes deducttd therefrom before dc daring dividend and was not kss than 10 per cent or net profits of the bunk for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes See Sec Kentucky Statutes STATE OF KENTUCKY1Jss County of Lincoln Ibpouthunktown of McKlnnrt In said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report Is In an respects a true state ment of the condition of sal at the close of business on tht 51st day of flee leoA to the istof his knowledge and cUd and further says thai the business nf sail Hank hat teen transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the Irvtreport Is male In compliance with an official nolke re calved fron the iecreury of Stale designatlnK the lIlt 41ul e as tc day whichich report ha 1 nude SMido4 aw stern to before me by It II Met calf Tie It diy of Jim u K J TANNKH Notary IutticIn nint hit Ilmolii ruunty My vuiiitinsilon Vzpllii JlIII1 IIK H II MisTtALr tasliii r J H Miniliv K M Wnre niiiCKri Tun ner Ulrvctori r 1 Yy=0IIII HOGS KILLED I inn prepared to kIllhots wIll tltllv or to tiny one within ono inllo of my pint tit Mo each HAYDKN H1IANKH Rowland Ky Jesse W Sweeney rnorntETon- Ciivory Food and Salo Stable Lanoaster Ky For Sale Privately One double cat carriage with Iwle I BOVIIIK 11111111111 rvfrUvrutor Iron saru I tulle harrow I new church or Kim l iHHliHml IIIlIltrllIllrItIlU wed stand Will sell H1 UKAY Stanford Ky Poultry And Eggs Wanted wilt pray highest markvt price for Tur keys luliif miiiul nil imultrr Also raiiulm Will fount constantly lit my utllcooii UtncuttvrHt JIhusk omit inntnigiT II It Nortbcott MIMES MI PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DSUJB LS Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build dors Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build Ing purposes and do all kinds of con creto work Trices on application In DOLLS r rat I DOLLS I 1 From 6c toS5 lmvi the =n 1Wt lint In of Htiiiilnnl ImlU that lIIllOdtOIll1 u call iiiul Inloci have u riimplvte Conulno French Stag Tollrt Hots HtmvliiK HHt Hinukcrs 1I Metdllrrora anil till tin ncci or IPS necvMMiry fur till Indira linger This line Is tilt wry iHtwi lnriirl t lims Norvltlmt Wf nlxi Imrr Flora dwrlltlUII1Ilullo ll1rrorlrlohly trlmnm in Ask tint vlvrk tn show you I Ulirtitimift llnt of tint MtIlUOI rwlII ami do nut forget the tl DOLLi I StaofordDru g Co I 1 ON THE CAMPUS M N C The beat year in tlahiMryof MIDDLEBURG NORMAL COLLEGE Resolve plan conic CALENDAR Winter term opens duo 1 closes May 20 190 Spring term opo S March 21 closes May 15 1107 Entire expenses 84260 to StiR for live inontlis depending on grade COURSE OF STUDY Primary Intermediate Advanced High School County Certificate State Certificate State Diploma Pedagogy Book Keepiug Slmrthand Typewrit ing Instrumental nnd Vocal Music Elocution For iurthnr iiiloriiiation address J S LAWHORN President Middloburg Ky k r This Space Belongs to W JB Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky Watch It Next Issue i r II f 1LincolnS i aRFSOURCiSi Loans fc Discounts 1248689 87 Overdialu 10602 98 U S Bond 50000 00 309292 85 Banking House Furniture h Future 3300 00 Due from Banks 73498 76 Due Iron U S Treasurer h Cash 32575 67 418667 28 Discounts h eflllw fLIABILITIES Capital 50000 Sutplui Fund 23000 00 Fund lo Pay 1569 II Orcultioa 50000 00 Individual Dcpouii 275342 23 Bank Drpouu 18755 294098 17 418667 28 F Gross Earnings for Six months ending December 31 1906 r Interestand Exchange 8278 35 ji 8278 35 Slock 00 Tam 94 DISPOSED OF AS FOLLOWS Current Expenses 2209 24 Dividend No 173 Per Cent 1500 00 Fund to Pay TM 1569 II Surplu Fund A 3000 00 8278 35 III SH SHANKS President W M BRIGHT Cashier zi CONDmON OF THE First National Bank of Stanford Ky tDecember 31 1906- RESOURCES 1 Loaru Stock and Bond 185486 52 8824 75 and Premium 51500 00 Ranking House and other Real Estate 9131 91 Due horn Banks l363G 5 Due born U S Trcanirer 250000- Cash in Vault 20548s 4 LIAD 1111ES5291b2B 39 Capital Stocki S50000 00 eSuut Fund 1500 00 Undiided Pro ts 177964 Fund to Tues 124 38- arculdion 5OtxJO 00 s Individual Dfpouti iI 163715 65 Bill Rediscounted 1009 52 I 291628 39 Gross Earnings this Six Months 5192 49 Left Oer Lug Sh Monlht 140000 56692 49 DISPOSED OF AS FOLLOWS Dividend 3 Per Cent SIsOO 00 Fund to Par Taies 3ftJ 46 Paid 2029 39 Gained to Surplus Fund 1000 00 Learn Undivided Profits 1779 ft 6692 49 I J S MOCKER President ST HARRIS VPresident JOIN J McROBERTS Cashier W II WEAREN Alai Cashier A Happy New Year To You Allow tie to thank you for your liberal support III tho CASH UxVSIS ny tom of oonducting our InuincM NVo like it nnd know you do or you would not continue givingus the A 1encounngenlunt you have in 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