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Digital page images are linked to the text file. am THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY JANUARY 81907 NO 84 Swear Off rSwearoT growling Being blue Swear oft scowling That wont do- Swear off sighing off tears vtSwear oft foolish Empty fears rSwearoft putting ii Off good deeds Till too late The moment speeds iSwearolT runntng Into debt c Tho youve never Dono It yet Swear oil seeming Hard to please f Swear oil being at case- Y Swear off knocking On ether hops Even with the Lightest rap Swear off thinking That youroMt 4 When you arent a Little bitISwoar oil swelling Up to blow Swear oil telling All you tnow Swear oft spcndtng 4 All youmako Swear off grabbing All the cake rJ Swear off fussing At your wife If you have ono Swear off strife Swear off all that Should be sworn t As youd dropa- GarmentI worn Swear bo careful What you do Off your old bad Habits too Birmingham Ago Herald CHURCH MATTERS Rev W W Force for 40 years pas tor of tho Baptist church at Hillsboro Ky died of paralysis Ho was 85 years old Rev John W Harper one of tho ablest ministers in the Tennessee con ference of the Methodist church is dead at Franklin that State Eld John M Lewis son of Dr and Mrs T M Lewis of this place has accepted a flattering call to the Wal nut Street church nt Shawnee Ohio Tho Christian church at this placo will honor their aator Dr M G Uuckncr by giving a beautifully ap f pointed banquet fur him to the men of tho congregation Tho date is set for Friday evening January llthUar rodaburg Herald A Jamaican Lady Speaks High ly of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mrs Michael Hart wife of tho aujMsrlntondent of Cart Survive at Kingston Jamaica West Indies Islands says that BIO has for sonic yours used Chamberlain Cough Remedy for coughs eroup and whoop lug cough and has found It very bone field She has Impflclt confidence In It and would not ho without a bottle of It In her homo Sold by tho Stan ford Drug Co- Philadelphia police say they have es tablished to their own satisfaction that the bombthrower who wrecked tho Fourthstreet National Banks office killing tho cashier and himself was Hollo Stecle of Iowa Tho room ho f occupied nt a cheap hotel Friday night was found to contain fuses detonating caps a revolver cartridges and tools Wise Counsel From the South want to give sumo valuable advice to those who sulfur with lame back and kidney trouble says J R Ulankenshtp of Hock Penn have proved to an absolute certainty that Electric Hitters will positively jure this distressing condition The first bottle gave mo groat relief and alter taking a low more bottles I was completely cured so completely that It becomes u pleasure to recommend this gUIlInnltwo young women who were with him in a boat which overturned In tho river near Harlan swimming safely to shore with them after much difficulty J The body of Sam Watson a switch man was found in tho railroad yards at Paris completely severed at tho hips and the trainmen believe he was mur fdercdAndrew Carnegio has given 50000 to build a Creek memorial hall at Ok mulgee I T In honor of the celebrated Creek Chief Esporhackor j IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Airs William Anderson aged 70 Is dead in Garrard The widow of the late Joe Russell is dead nt Columbia- A J McDaniel a prominent Wll moro merchant Is dead The wife of State Senator Harry Lancaster id dead at Lebanon Miss Roberta Gooch daughter of II G Gooch is dead at Somerset Tho law firm of Uawlings Voris at Danville has dissolved partnership The Central Bank of WlHIaburg Washington county has been organ izedMiss Alice Hays daughter of E J Hays of Casey Is dead of consump tionMrs Sallie H Kirk aunt of Mrs J W Ireland of this place is dead in LouisvilleMrs Prewitt of Perryvillc was badly hurt by her horse overturning tho buggy with her Lucretia Piles has boon appointed postmaster at Llnnle Casey county and Frederick Isaacs at Walnut Grove 1uloflki county Time saloons went out in the same day that street cars came in Pretty good trade for tho health and de cency of Somerset Somerset Republi canMonroe Lackey of Waco vice presi dent of tho Waco Deposit Bank Madi son county and ono of the oldest and bestknown dry goods merchants Is lead ITho saloons did an immense traffic at Harrodsburg Monday their last day and all void out the liquor on hand People were there from Boyle Wash ington Jessamine and Garrard to lay In a supply of liquor and It went away by tho case gallon quart and jug says a dispatch Here and There Three lives wero lost in u fire which destroyed a hotel at Delhi N Y Three firemen were killed during a fire that burned Hills paper warehouse on Roosevelt street New York City James Sf Llpscemb a prominent business man of Knoxville was found dead In his office It is believed that ho kill ed himself Nino buildings were wrecked and much mining machinery destroyed in Lowell Ariz by tho accidental explos ion of dynamite in a mine storehouse No lives were lost Mistaking Harlcy Hammond for Tom Wilson the mad painter who ran amuck in Bowling Green several days ago James Dashwood Sunday shot and killed Hammond at Franklin Count Leo Tolstoi has written a let ter in which ho predicts the possible reduction of all the Christian countries of the West to a state of vassalage to the Japanese and Oriental people Oliver F Lantz treasurer of the Board of Foreign Missions of tho General Synod of tho Lutheran Church of America and a member of the General Council of that church is dead at Baltimore Arrested two years after he escaped jail where ho was awaiting a decision on ton appeal from a verdict of life imprisonment San Lewis hM been brought back to Harlan und will be sent to the State prison to servo his sentenceA who gave his name as E G Williams hurled a bomb in the Fourth street National Dank at Philadelphia Tho resulting explosion tore the bomb thrower to pieces and killed W Mc Lear tho assistant cashier Several other employes of tho bank and patrons were injured Two of those hurt may dio The bomb thrower had demanded money from the president Richard H Rushton When this was refused ho took the missile from under his coat and hurled it at Mr Rushton The Grip Uoforo wo can sympathize with others wo must have suffered our selves No one can renllzo tho suffering attendant upon tin attack of the grip nnloss ho has had tho actual experience Thoro probably no dig ease that causes so much physical and mental ngpny or which so successfully defies medical aid All danger from tho grip however may bo avoided by the prompt use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Among the tons of thousands who have used this remedy not one ease has over been reported that has resulted in pneumonia or that has not recovered For sale by the Stanford Drug Co An Alabama man has discovered a way to separate limburger cheese from Its scent Now for the man who can amputate tho jag from tho boozeAt lanta Georgian Disturbed the Congregation The person who disturbed tho con gregation last Sunday by continually coughing Is requested to buy a bottlo of Foloys Honey and Tar G Li PennyI NEWS NOTES Los Angeles Cal Is suffering from the worst fuel famine In its history The Jamestown Exposition Company hasset apart July 5th as the day for the National Association for tho Deaf A mob of Alabama citizens lynched a Negro who had confessed to fuming his way into a young womans room at nightThree persons are dead at Los An geles Calas a result of ptomamlnc poisoning caused by eating canned beansAndrew Carnegie has donated 750 000 to build a permanent home for the Bureau of American Republics Wash ington The army Is short of men In all branches and an urgent appeal for re cruiU has been sent out by the war de partment Dispatches to the mercantile agencies indicate that tho new year has opened under conditions fully up to sanguine expectations While out hunting JOSH Sturgllls son aged 12 years was accidentaly killed by his brother near Maggard Letcher county W A Hansell assistant manager of the Virginia Carolina Chemical Co dropped dead In his office at Atlanta while dictating a letter The appeal of Mrs Aggie Myers from a death sentence at Kansas City has been denied by Judge Phillips of the United States Court Will Harvey a Negro was hanged at Maycrsvllle Miss three minutes be fore notice that his sentence had been commuted reached the sheriff Twentynine new cases of typhoid fever and flvn deaths were reported Sunday at Scranton Pa Tho total npmber of cases so far Is 1010 Heavy rains have caused an ava lanche of mud to sweep down the sides of Mount Vesuvius uprooting trees destroying farm buildings and killing animalsMaj Gen J Franklin Bell has re turned to Washington from Cuba where for the past several months he has been in command of the Army of PacificationC who is walking on tho Ohio river from Cincinnati to New Orleans on boatshoes passed Madison Ind Saturday safe and sound being greeted by a large crowd It has become evident at the Wash ington inquiry that the Interstate Com merce Commission intends to go thoroughly into the working of the block signal system on railroads A consignment of ore valued at 000000 has arrived nt the smelting works at Vallejo Cal from Goldfield Nov It filled three box cars and was guarded by eight express messengers By an executive order tho military reservation of Fort Davis Texas em bracing about 30il acres of land in the county of Presidio has been transferred to tho control of tho Secretary of the InteriorOne the greatest strikes in the history of the nation a strike that may result in the stalling on tho tracks of locomotives on each of the 49 big rail way systems and involving half n mil lion men is under consideration in Chi cagoTho Ohio river is 10 miles wide be low Evansville and Is still rising with prospects for a great flood all tribu taries in that section being out of their banks Lowlands are covered with wa ter and steamboats are running over cornfields Mrs Mary Baker Eddy has Issued a card over her own signature answer log tho article on Christian Science pub lished in tho current number of Mc Cluros Magazine She denounces as raIse many of tho statements regarding her early life and defends her father and family An Insidious Danger Ono of tho worst features of kidney trouble Is that it in an Insidious dls ease and before tho victim realizes his danger ho may have a fatal malady Tako Foloys Kidney Cure at tho first sign of trouble as It corrects irregu larities and prevents Brlghts disease and diabetes G L Penny The Texas Hailroail Commission has ordered u reduction of 20 per cent in Pullman seat and berth rates in that State and a fight is on It is hoped that tho commission will win out Tho Pullmans ought to be made either to reduce their rates or not compel their patrons to pay tho porter thinks the Kentucky State Jpurnal Gov Luke Blackburn whoso reputation as a physician and philanthro pist 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 more diseases than any one remedy I have ever used Get a bottlo of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all drug gists and country stores HUSTONVILLE Rev Andrews of Louisville preached at the Baptist church Sunday Mrs J Roy B Rose and son Val of Corbin are guests of her parents Mr and Mrs V B Morse Mrs Mary Brown who will bo 90 her next birthday is seriously ill and her friends and relatives fear she can not recoverMrs Sue Jones and family of Steu bcnvllle has taken possession of the farm recently bought of George D McCormack bought the cot tage of Wm Moran and wife for 400 Mr Moran and family will move to Indiana next week James Yowell one of hustling young tillers of the soil sold to J C John son 30 good 1200pound cattle attic and 27 150pound hogs at 5c S B Caldwell Sr of Paducah died at his home on the 5th aged about SO Ills wife was a sister of the lato James R Napier of this county Tho Presbyterian Sunday school will resume operations next Sunday at 930 A M A full attendance is requested Charles Wheeler superintendent- Mr and MrsrT P Rife returned from a visit to their son Dr James Riffc at Erlanger Mrs J T Bohon is back from an extended visit to Mt Auburn and Decatur III A jury in Squire Dudderars court here last week fined George Riffe 10 for obstructing a passway and Crit Smith 50 for taking n 50c package of whisky to a party at McKinnoy Miss Ella Barnett has returned from a pleasant visit at Harrodsburg Mrs A C Dunn and children were guests of Mrs W J Campbell Miss Georgia Newburn was at homo from Chicago during the holidays The young ladies gave a delightful Impromptu hop at the opera house last week The music which was furnished by Prof M Herring on his mammoth graphophone was fine Miss Alice Drye was at home from her studies In Cincinnati during the holidays Mrs J G Woatherford has returned from an enjoyable trip South stopping for a week in Birmingham with her sister Mrs J Beecher Adams and her brother Lee Logan and his familyA to tho postmaster general asking that the star route bo not dis continued Is being signed by all the pa trons of this office Turnersville Mc Kinney and ML Salem should follow suit at once this route being the means of us getting mail from there the day it is written- A new industry for Mt Salem in the shape of a pipe factory is being agitat ed since the opening of a large quarry of splendid material for the purpose A sample pipe has been presented to Judge R C Warren who will be authorized to receive subscriptions for the capital stock later on Wm Cabbell and family returned to Lebanon after a weeks visit to friends and relatives here Nathan C Hicks has rented the farm of Mrs Mag Dunn and will move his family there this week S D Yowell has gone to the city to buy goods his holiday busine having depleted his stock Dr W S Pemberton of Louisville was the guest of Miss Katherine Hall Miss Blanch Barnett entertained about 39 of her little friends Monday evening in honor of her 13th birthday each one remembering her with a beautiful present all of which she greatly appreciated Mies Oliio Weaver oC Bronston is the guest of Miss Mollie Walden at Violet Slope Our business men speak in no uncer tain tones regarding their business up t3 date Their stocks have been large as well as their trade necessitating a heavy replenishing in every line An other evidence of tho healthy conditions is shown by the reports of our two banks whoso deposits are about 178 5SG The Peoples Bank had a deposit of 541030 nt the close of its four months business There Is nothing that gives more last ing pleasure to any community than good roads They enhance the value of adjacent lands aid the hornyhand toiler in marketing his crops and allow him to keep In touch with tho world by getting his mail over rural route each morning We havo the best material known for road building gray lime stone beside every pike in the West End of the county and we pay a tax suf ficient to have good roads Why havnt ire got them is being asked by hun dreds of taxpayers It is not because work has not been done but solely from the fact that no judgment was used in doing it and no metal put where needed worst Ditching In December and throwing up ridgesof dirt five to 10 inches high running parallel with and four feet from the center of the pike holding in this eightfoot canal all the water falling therein making ono con tinuous mud canal from Edgar Rey nolds to the Casey county line Such roads are enough to obscure tho sun shine of any mans life 000 A C J BIALLITfRAT COMBINATION SALE 1 At Stanford Ky on Jan 16 ODd n 07 WILL SELL 160 Head of Stallions Jacks Mares and Geldings Composed of time finest and best bred both Saddle awl Harness Stallions ever offered for Sale in Kentucky Some well JIIatell and handsome High Class Teams n lot of Good Business and Show Horses good enough for the best markets Good class of big bone Jacks and Jennets Also 15 pairs of the hest mules in the State Ample Accommodations for Stock and People t6YWrite for Catalogue DUNN BEAZLEYStanford COLE T D ENGLISH Auctioneer January Clearance Saleo 81500 MuuV Overcoats Cut to 81148 1250 Mens Overcoats Cut to 948 1000 Mens Overcoats Cut to 748 750 Mens Overcoats Cut to 418 050 Mens Overcoats Cut to 448 500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 308 1800 Mens Suits Cut to 1398 1500 Mens Suits Cut to 1198 1250 Mens Suits Cut to 998 1000 iota Suits Cut to 798 850 Mens Suits Cut to 598 7 50 Mens Suits Cut to 648 S 500 Mens Suits Cut to 3J08 The above prices are only on a few of our goods Come in before you buy elsewhere and get our pric- esSAM ROBINSON STANFORD K- YD1MOMDS and Fine Jewelry at Reasonable Pricest We Cordially Invite You to Visit our Store While in Danville HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY 1 pe9ialPr ces on Heating Stoves at r Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware Groceries Ac i 1 The Interior Journal E C WALTON j M F NORTH for Llncolo 1euIJ T ROBERTS Ii candidate for Magistrate In the Omb h to tho r sotlonofthedemocratlrpartyFon of new railroad trick has been constructed nnd 1equipped each working day on an nv erage the Immediate direction of James Jerome Hill Ho has greater transportation interests says one wellinformed writer than any other one man on the continent And that means of course greater than any other one man in the world In his Great Northern system are 7000 miles of track In his Northern Pacific he has about 5000 miles and in the Burling tin system there are 8000 If the three lines were placed end to end in a single track they would reach from Seattle aross the continent across the Atlan tic across Europe and Asia to the Eastern shores of China where one might take one of Hills big Pacific line steamers and complete the trip to Seattle Even as matters now stand one may start at Buffalo go to Duluth on one lof hisfine fleet of lake steamers go on to the Pacific on one of his rail roads and thenon to Shanghai on an other of his boats making half the circuit ofthe world And so far is he from being satisfied with his stupendu- ous development of his own transporta tion Interests that viewing the need of the country as a whole in the nea future he declared recently in an ear nest speech that we need at Once the construction of 115000 more miles of railroad track There is not money enough in the country he holds norI can rails enough be made in five yearsI time to supply what we ought to have today ACCORDING to reports at hand there were 72 lynchings in the United States list year an increase of seven over 1905 Most of the lynchings were for the crime of rape but some were tot very trivial offenses One man was swung up for killing a calf one for carrying a pistol another for stealing a dollar one for robbery another fo disorderly conduct and another for mis Cigenaton This shows the criminality- of a resort to mob law which even it tie extremest case is hardly justifiable When men take the law into their hands they use little discrimination and really become objects themselves for r the halter IT is quite remarkable that when President Roosevelt wants to get a bill passed or carry a point he has to rally to his aid a Democrat A Dem oiratic Senator had charge of his pet railroad rate bill and now a Dem ocratlc Senator has to defend his act in discharging the Negro battalion ajainst the attacks of a Senator of his own political family TilE stork was very busy In New York last year and there was also notable increase In the number of marriages The New York World gleeful ly announces Every day 306 babies were born Every day 132 couples were joined in wedlock The deaths per day were 200 showing a daily accretion to the population through the gate of birth of lOG persons BOB JENNETT of Franklin county who had an even dozen children has just been presented with triplets by his wife Poor fellow Teddy will be delighted when he hears of this prolific family POLITICAL The 45th session of the Tennessee Legislature convened yesterday- A Kansas Congressman who voted for the increase of his salary to 7000 and got left has received from helphim one of his constituents to pay expensesThe comes from Spring field that John W Lewis former Congressman from the Fourth district is a candidate for the republican nomina tion for governor The Republican Committee of the Third Railroad Commissioners district called a convention to be held in Mt Sterling April 24 to select a nominee Several candidates have announced as the nomination is equivalent to election Senator Nelson has introduced a bill to prohibit the sale or disposal of lands on which are situated beds of coal lignite asphalt petroleum and natural gas in the public domain of the United States until such deposits have been ex hausted It is delared at the War Department that there is no intention of abandoning Fort St Philip or any of the lower river fort in the vicinity of New Or hans and tkat when Fort St Philip is entirely reconstructed it is the purposo ta make it a twocompany post In the special Democratic primary election held throughout Travis county 4 Saturday the candidacy of United States Senator Joseph W Bailey to succeed himself was not indorsed Only a small vote was ofhLena- ftor against the Indorsement Bailey was not more than 100 votes n kt7 JJ17 The Secretary of War has ordered the early transfer of all the colored troops in the United States to the Philippi IslandsSecretary Shaw has ordered two more revenue cutters making three all to search for the steamer Ponce about a week overdue from Porto Hico The constitutional convention of Oklahoma voted against the States rights doctrines reversing a former action of the convention It proposed two amen menu to the Federal constitution one favoring Federal income taxes and the other providing for the election of Unl ted States Senators by direct vote of the people Three candidates for railroad com missioner in the first district have an nounced MacD Ferguson wishes to succeed himself Bunk Gardner police judge of Mayfield has announced and George W Landrum of Mayfield told his Paducah friends that he will stnnd for the nomination at the democrat Convention MATRIMONIAL Will Sweeney and Miss Edna Jones were made one at Middleburg Daniel Wilcher and Miss Minnie Wil cher were joined heart and hand Sun dayWilliam Maddox of Casey and Mis Mary Cutsinger of this county wen married on the 3rd Joe F Ware of Danville and Mrs Nannie Hickman of Louisville were united in marriage at Lawrenceburg George Parsons was married in Lexington a few days ago to Miss Bcssii Preston a sister of Matt Preston of this place A Toledo mart according to testlI mony in a divorce suit there used to pray for strength and then proceed to beat his wife Mr Oscar Kennedy and Miss Gloth Brock surprised their many friends by going to Tennessee and getting married The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs D V Kennedy of this place while the groom is the handsome daughter of Mr and Mrs G A Brock also of Stanford The young couple will make their home in Nashville where Mr Kennedy is in business Mr and Mrs John W Mooro cede brated their golden wedding last week Several of their children grandchild ren relatives and friends were present A sumptuous dinner wits prepared for all present Quito a number of appropriate gifts were presented by relatives and friendsLiberty News Mr and Mrs Moore are parents of Mesdame- sR B and Ed Wilkinson of this place Miss Lelia Sandidge daughter of Mr Charles Sandidge the noted horseman jf Lincoln county was married on September 7th at Kansas City but the young lady decided to keep the news from her parents although her married sister Mrs Eubanks whom she was visiting helped the young couple to omplete their plans Miss Sandidge ame home shortly afterwards and re named until last Friday when she was due Co visit her sister again She ouldnt keep the good news to herself md just before starting notified her parents of her marriage several months previous The parents were forgiving and after well wishes the young bride warded the train for Kansas City to oin her husband who was awaiting her return Danville Advocate An announcement of last week that arried witH it an unusual amount of ntcrext related to a January brideto be Miss Margaret Now Shields the laughter of the late Dr Charles Shields and Mrs Margaret New Shields of No 19 North Fifth Street who is toe married during the midwinter month t to Mr Isaac Newton Vaughan a prominent and wellknown young tobacconist of this city Miss Shields made her debut in Richmond several easons ago and has always been considered one of the most beautiful girls In Richmond society She led the jchmand german with Colonel Jo Lane Stern the winter that she came out and has been very prominent as a belle here and in other cities where she has visited since The wedding will n very brilliant and fashionable celebrnI ion Richmond Va TimesDispatch The prospective groom is a nephew of the editor of paper A Card This Is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money if Foleys Honey and Tar falls to cure your cough or cold It stops the ough heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no plates Tho genuine Is In a yellow ackage Refuse substitutes G L Penny When the Burley tobacco growers their pool It is probable that incinnati will furnish funds with which to guarantee the and men withI money have been found favorable to- the CORNS CURED Corn Exit will posi lively remove corns in four days The eatment 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 cent and nothing if a perfect cure la not speedily effected G L Penny uggist Stanford Ky jNQ 1 The WeisengerMills Iqt in Danvllle was chosen for the government build lingI MeetingIA mooting of till stockholder of the Nn ttoiml Un Ilk of Ilutnuv idle will h held llulr banking house In llnstonvlllu the 1oud Tuesday In January betwven Glilld 12 ii lor the purpose ol fleeting ellltc tors to servo thouimulnu year J YMIocKKnCaahlci BargainsIStart tho New Year Bight by trading with D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky Best Goods nt Lowest Prices is Ills Motto 3500 Range An elegnnt stiflbound range 0 cap II vessel go with It with ouch puroliti for eIlh only 1 will giro n ticket to eii iipur chimirof Mtrahandlsont iity store Hon ono will get this ulognnt range once nt d sec it Just received u nlco line of Hnn burgs Kdglng Calicoes Ac jhone m Our borlnnd U It HAUUIK hob OreUiml Ky PUBLIC SALE +Having decided to move to ImKunn I will sell ut my residence on the Stanford A tunhelntPike nbouts rats+ from Wtanfoi ol Ottoiiutilm on TUrMDAY JAN 15 the following described towltl My farm of lnncrNwith i uood dwelling of threo rooms kitchen mid two porches ami n Rood burl with other outhouses In gllod shape two homes two hore WIIKOII IIml wagon uenr plow gear I liuuuy hey Ollta and corn household mid kitchen furnltun constating 01 bod rowel set wnrdrolio tlllt press one nlco bureau one nrwtnj tnnchlni t ock tulld tlllmli a lot of elllllr lMHlMendnlnu cook tovof n Rood iii now- kltchennfelotof h lot of pota toes apple canned fruit fine hntVlot of chickens one large kettle WIILnlso ail my mill nearly no uood ni new on grist mill set of hlnckAllllth tiMil one wlli nugerobl plow unedoublu I Ol1 I1l1d ininy other tlilUK too nuinrroin to mot Ion Terms mime known oil dry of side J A JAMKH Otteuhelm Ky Col J P Ubnndl r du- etCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit four John H McGlnnls nil v Ullcoln lUIIIIIIIItt 01 tlt11311I1h otle ulanlePuraunnttun Judgment ot tlio Mncol circuit court In nlovw styled iictlon th nderslKiied innitur commissioner will MON UAY JAN II her letwecn undo r In front of tho cour door In Stanford Ky sell nt publl outcry to the highest nnd belt tilt cnl estate which Is herein utter described for the purpose of settling the potato u ilnlntlfl a decedent Aninndn Jileglni ialnstwhlchntpraenlthrruha Out 0110 IIlIowed towlt that ofJ Jlcdln nla for thesum of 321- 15Thenldrenletnlullocated In Uncoil ounty Kynear the town of Umlt Orchard ahout II hike tttliunukf on the turn plkn leading from Omit Orclnird to Htnnfor in North lde of uhl rond and to laundw on the Mouth by Meld rand on the North b the O Dunn land on the Knit by William lnyne and on the Went by then Wlllliiin MMilnlnlnit two acre more or leu The Mile will lw made on n cnxllt of Ix nontlii nnd the pnrchn er will lw re Ulre tll give Mind for the purclmiio prier with Ipproved tecurlty iHiynblo to the commlK stoner hearing Intercut nt thn rate of pt- rcelltlr annum from unto of mile until pah md having the force nnd eriiit of n Judg iicntuiMin which execution army IIIul lit naturlty If not paid CEO D SAUFLEY SL C L C C Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court II D Iloltzclnw plaintiff vs Chit Iavli efendnnt Notice of Mile Iuriunnt ton udRinent of the Lincoln IIIltlIIctlonIONBtYJan lUlTlwtween In front of the court house dour In HtanIord- yK sell ut outcry to the an- drt blddor tuft rcnlettnto which l herein tier described ore much thereof n army nccefitary to lIt hfy the suns of l8lu with Inhrlltthtreon lit the mte of 0 per Ctllt per nnniim from Hept IllIIfl until nldnnd the coati ol this action The sold real itntelsituntct t In Lincoln ounljjKy and U hounded on the North rf t N 1nrtlnua4 IsIro Oil w Houth h V n Hudtli land on tin iiint by Wllion and on the West by Hmlths indnnd Isn part of the land of the Dlx DIv rfarni of the Into O W Janie un thx North side of the Hlchinond road ntwut iree sullen North of Crab Orchard and em races 101 ten acres of hind more or lee on hichttierasa dwlIll1g IOUU and out ulldlni Tht sale will the anode on n credit of six lontlu nnd the nurrlinier will bo niiulml to glve bond for the price with ap roved security iwyiible to thoeol1ll1lllolI- II and bearing Interest at the rate of 0 11- cent per annum from date of sale mull bond to have the force nIl effectJllld1thu nud to further secure Iho one a lIulI will lit retained on the IlInlllold GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C Commissioners Sale l Lincoln Circuit Court K OWl ley IlnlntllTvii J E Karris et nl Holelurunnt the Lincoln Olrcult Court rend eriri In the above styled IICtlOI1 ut tine Novemlwr term IttM un Aligned Muster CommrsMloner of said court will on MONDAY JAN llthrltn nnd 3 F In front of tile court jusedoor InHtnnford Ky sell nt public outcry to the highest and bout bidder tb- rlnl estate which Is hurolnuftcrdescrlldto- tidyaJudgment obtained lathe aforesaid court by plolntlff nlllllnt defendant Karris for tho sum of per cent Inter It thereon front April issrinnil the furth 11 sum of =iaxA7 with n per cent Interest thertol1 from Nuv12 Wx nnd the further mot 7tUX the entire Imlohiwlnnss nforo nhl being subject to n credit of fJIW pall nr 4111111 paid May 4 PUI together with the costs of this notion The real tutu Is located In Lincoln county ntlIr the town of Mllledgovlllo mil Is mmlMl and described nx follows llegln In the center of the street or road pOltthenltfncu N3t4R J tale II links to It stake thlIce H K YY pole crooalng the branch HIIIIdlIlKeA1711nkA III Myers hue thence his Hue NIK liceNlies then tOthn center of the strett or ad I W 1 pols Ullnkll to the 27desr owned by inane CiUuutn The sale will be iiindo on n credit of six rclulotJtoproed security payable tothecommUslon trbellrlng Intorckt nt rate of a percent UIIUllllhllll1dhalnlt IIlienOEO B SAUFLEY M CL 0 it t o StockholdersMeeting A meeting of the stockholders of the ItNational Hank of Htiintord will lw held lit their bunkliii hou thv second Tuesday In January 157 for the purpo o of eltcUlI1J directors for the vnsulng year JOHN J MiltoiKur Cashier StockholdersMeeting A meeting of the stockholders of the Un coin County NlltlolIlIllIUlkof thoseeul lie held nt their banking house TueMlHjr In January iwif fur the purls u nf electing directors fur the ensuing year W M lIllKIHTCnohlvr ViTAEorg Mothers Natures forthe Ills of Mankind IMln Isher lllo 111nilIserhealth lm and llni Hlr ngth ltestor r iN II Bogie Jlnrksbury Kcntuok OwnerM Agent Blue Grass Farm for Sale I with to soil liiy harsh 8M miles West of Iltittonvliie 1II11l trout iilK and Carpet lqr HtBtumj conhlsUngOP14denauf rich ICIllP or tulmcco III grass This farm unnlw equally dh ItCI to nilviintiiK to in to havetgood dwelling Oil wiBft Iii uUo ateeeaniiryuutbulldtng Tito farm nays ulnuxt In it square Oil Ollt tingle In unt There are toek barn tobacco barn nablon t tIIII- lIthn1 wnterln every Heidi six laittn with a streams miming throug whole trackJ HTKKLK tJAHIKNTKIl lluttonvllle Ky Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Oiirtu Pry floods Co Plaintiff v J K eell8nllt til ImtendantK Notice of Halt rur n int to u ludgment of the Llncoli Circuit Court rvmlered In the nNive tylei action the underslgnetl Matter rams loner of Mild court will on- MONMIAYtJAKil till tmtwei n and 1 r uln front of the court house iloor In Htnnford Ky sell lit jmbll outcry to the highest nnd Ixst bidder th rent iuto which Is hereinafter descrlbedo M mil h thereof an may lie necessary to rail the sum of Usi together with tin contsof tills action which Hiuount to IItI inakloa tile rnllro amount liiceswiry to In renli IISIITU The sold nil estate Is locnteil In Uncoil count Ky nnd Is Iioundtd till the North b till tuhdof Btnrsontttn Ciir on M II union James on tho l lIt h the lands of JM Murithy on thn West by tin latuMot Mr tlh nIlIlIlI the Mouth bj the Hinnfonl Jlustoiivflle turnpike con tatnlng nlKint acres Tie wile will lw made on n credit of sis moixhsnnd tho purchaser will Im n iulmi to sivu bout for the O prlee with nprlllldmecurltypityabluto tho Uommls sloniT bearing Intervntnt rule of I pct cent per annum from dnte of sale until void and having tho forco nnd effect of n Judg mi nt To further svcurw same u lion will h rt till 111 on the laud sold GEO D SAUFLEY M C14 C C QUAUIEULY REPORT OF TUR Peoples Back of HustonvilleKy st the cloie of buiincM on the 31t day of Dcccmlxr 1906- RLyOURCES Inlns DlscOtlnlsm 04 1- 1ntorbwftssecured 52 M Ifromlallonal Wnks317Mlt tucfroai State Ilinks Rankers SO 6I1 M buefrom Trust Companies 1 1211 lnkln a W6 Jther Real Esute o en o- MorJtS 536 t S1JocIJt L oooo 00 Other Stocks ans Uondt otino0S- peck V7H Currency 3I3 00 j ItS change for Utarlnet tcl 87 Jther Items carded ICash urnltur sn4 fixtures 6112 M und to aTaxes urrrntF xpensesUstQaater3i4I 1- 1lrloul quarter 821 n U03I 53 Give JeKrirtlon location value end how long owned ill leal estate except banklt house and lot any owned tens er than firs years LIABILITIES jplul Stock In In Cash JUOV 00 urrlus Fu Indlvlded IrofitsAU IS Due Depositors as foliowsvln rpslts subject to check on whkh Interest Is notlu1111514 IS leroiltt subject to Leek on which Interest U raid ooooooo- eraand certificates of derotlls on which Intern Is ooooo Time certificates of deposits on which Intern Is ooooo Q- Isvlnrldeslts on which In terra n raid 00006 00 nlfied Checks 11516 IS Due Nadonal Uanks oo ooo oo Due Stile franks and lanker locoo oo lue Tni Companies loco oo ashlers Checks UUlI rediscounted 00000 oo dividends roo coo 00 T ajesdueand unpaid 000 Caplul lxk not rid 00 SUPPLEMENTARY Ighest amount of Indebtedness of any ockholder person company or firm In udlng In the liability of the company firm the liability of the Individual mem ber thereoO dlr or Indirectly If such debledness exceeds to per cent of cap ltal stock actually paid In and actual mount or surplurof the bank 13100 1I0w Is Indebtedness stated In above Item secured Morifan See See j Ky statutes Ighest amount of Indebtedness of any rector or officer amount ol such In ibtedness exceeds toper cent of paid up capital stock of baok Holding Sec Sp Kentucky Statutes lIow Is same secured Does amount of Indebtedness ot any company or firm Including In the Iltolillvof the or firm the ol the Individual members thereof ex of paidup capital arid e1lspercent0 No If so state amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend Were all expenses losses Interest nd taxes deducted therelrom before de clarlnl dividend and was not less than rer cent of net profits of the bank for the rlod covered the dividend carried to surplus fund before said dividend was declreJ Yes See Sec 546 Kentucky Statutes IfiJOSl M STATE OF Counlyof KENTUCKI S W M Myers rmIJtnt of The Peoples Hank nl imonvllea hank located and doing business In town of llumo vile In saldcounty being duly sworn say the report Is In all respects a Irue Iiale- ment of the condition 01 said at tht close of buslnus on the Slit day of JJcocIQOII to the best 01 his knowledge and belief and further says that the slnessof said Bank has been transacted at tIe loclIon named and not elsewhere and that the report Is made In compliance with an official notice re- ocelnJ from the Secretary of Stale designating 31st day of fee 1906 as the day on which such art shall be made Subscribed and sworn to before me by vf M Wren- the va day of Jan igo7 J W HOMKINB Notary Public In nnd for Lincoln county My commission nlreH nt end of next tension of State Hen nt a of Kentucky- A MMvors rroildentj Kinmett McCor lIIack und W A HprngcMs Directors t r XwY irf o OUR COftT SftLE Its an illwind that blows nobody good and this warm season now brings the price of our Coats within the u U REACH OF FLL f We have a big stock and I would rather LOSE MONEY on them now than carry them to another season Our sizes run from a childs 4yearold to a mans extra size 48 I mean to SELL THEM Its your opportunity We have some GOOD ONES EXTRA GOOD ONES as well as low price ones Prices NAMED will mean nothing to you unless you can see the garment If you really want an r Over Coat we believe our prices will suit youfSeelthem in our windows and on the at the reduce d pricesy1t tiraefr H jr McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY No Better Cough Remedy is Made than Our Compound Syrup White Pine and Tar 25ca Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Along The Kennebect A Beautiful Rural Comedy at Wal tons Opera Stanford on Wednesday Evening Jan 9 GREAT BARGAINS IN HOLIDAY GOODS CALL NOW W B McRoberts BTANFOItD11PERSONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded 11 I FurstP c III nil tho Doi shapes Rill skins at 12 price We bought too many mid jthoy must go even nt u toes CLOAKS Wo hiivo n fuw excellent ethics In lilauk and Fancy Cloaks at i and 14off 0 the price SUITS AlOUt twenty ttiltit iij Maple styled and colors nth null J oh the prior RTANFOHO KY JAN 8 1007 nye Drug Store PERSONALS i Mil JffiWB TlUYton is quite ill t Mias CARRIB Ioimtn continues very III II M NBWLAND was nt Crab Orch aril for savurnl days on business Miss MINNIE WOODS spent cover days with relatives at Taint Lick Mn II C BRIGHT has resigned as a member of tho Danville City Council JAMBS Dun of Mlddlcburg has tak en a position with tho McKinnoy Mfg Co Miss LEVISA HARRIS will entertain the Thursday Afternoon Club on tho 10th Miss KATE ALCORN spent Sunda with Mla Ophelia lackey at Crab Orchard Misses MAIIBI AND MARY SPBNCEII of Lawrcnccburg wore with tho Mine Ionco MRS W It DlUJON who has been with relatives here returned to London Friday Mn AND Mils C C McWiionTKit or f Casey wcro here Saturday on n shop ping expeditions I liON JAB N SAUDI wire and J Idaughter aro hack from a several days stay Mn S II MARTIN of ML Vernon was down with his old friend Marsha R G Jones for several days Miss DAISY VANDBVEER is spending tho winter with her Brother Mr M 0 VanDcvccr at Little Rock Ark MR G J UOIION and wife and Misr Bettie Logan of Hustonvilie were registered aL the SU Asash Hotel Satur dayJOB LYNN COFKEY has given up hU position at the depot and in studying telegraphy under Prof L Wearer Hughes at Rowland MASON little son of Mr and Mrs W Mason Morris of Muskogee I T felt and broke ono of hit arms Mrs J F Holdam informs as MRS ED OWENS and daughter Ag nes arrived yesterday from Raleigh N C for a visit to her mother Mrs Grant Cook Advocate Hos AND MRS C A HARDIN KOVO ighUHorrodsburg JAMES I HAMILTON and wife of Janc ttor passed through to Memphis i st week to spend the remainder the inter Mr II will deal In horses DR TYLER is back from Eminence t ml Mr P W Whlpp who has been IlinR his place In tho Stanford Drug os store has returned to Liberty MRS M E FISH of Crab Orchard and Mrs J C Uhinchart of London rave been the guests of Mrs Pettus for several days Wilmore Cor Jessa mine Journal MRS J C McCLARY of Stanford is the guest of her sort Mr Shelton M Saufloy Mr and Mrs Saufley have gone to housekeeping on Conway SU Frankfort Journal MR TOM JASrER of Piano Texas is having placed in tho city cemetery a beautiful monument over tho resting 1acoof his parents Mr Journal and Mrs 0- spierSomersetI fLYDE PENNEUACKER lato chief tin dispatcher here has gone to hattanooga whore he has a better ptsition on another road Ills family wl1 remove this week Wo regret to give up these good pcopleSomersct Republican has servedMRS JOHN MAGEEwho as president of tho Lancaster W C T U for tho past year was presented with a handsome token by tho mqmbsrs of that noble organization Mr John Magee who has been a citizen of Lan caster for some time left last week for Jackson Broathltt county whero ho has accepted u position as manager of B large coal mine Lancaster Record T A STEWART has opened his ofllco in Jacksonville Fin for tho practice of law Mrs Fred Hahn is very recov1 nd there is little hopo for her dry Miss Ueca Baker left Wednesday for irestonburg where she will attend- a house party given by her former schoolmate Miss May Hoskins She Iill visit In Frankfort and Lexington tor iho house party Mrs R E son and daughters Misses Lillie Tuna of Crab Orchard spent the holidays with Mrs Thompsons mother Mrs W M PoynterMt Vcrnon Sig nal r e t Mn JOSEPH COFFEY went to London yesterday LEE IluiLEY left yesterday for Co lumbu 0 MR W K FOSTER of Somerset is hero with old friends Miss MARY DBAZLEY came from the West End yesterday to visit friends Mil ORIB L GlUTTON of Mercer vislted his sister Mrs W F VnuRhan Miss AUAII MAl TRAYLOR is visit- Ing her aunt MM G T Ashlock at McKinney Sins WIM KIKFE of Hustonvllle was the guest of her mother Mrs Jessie Stagg Miss OIIIBUA LACKEY is assisting Cashier J C Bailey in the Crab Orch aid Baikbtg Co MR J II SwoiE and family have moved to Danville to the regret of theirImany friends in Lincoln Mn ARTHUR L CARTER and family have located in Louisville and ho order the J sent there Whim HORN to Mr and Mrs W A Mobor ly of Knoxville Friday afternoon 1th a nine pound layClarence Wilson S CARranTKR of Huston villc visited her daughter Mrs C F Montgomery F P Combest left Mon day for Dorchester Tex where ho haa a largo farm Liberty News A GOOD picture of Mr J R Mount ono of Lancasters prominent mer chants appeared in Sundays Courier Journal Ho a brotherinlaw of Mr H J McRoberts of this place LOCALS HATS at cost Misses Straub GASOLINE engine atW H Hig gins FOR RENT Nice cottage J C Mc Clary RESIDENCE on Danville avenue for rent Possession Jan A R Wallace FOR New Orleans molasses hominy cabbage etc call at T D New lands You stingy men oughttobuy your wire n fur They are going at hall price at Severances FIFTEEN extra meathogs 300 to 400 pounds for sale U D Holtz claw R II No 1 Stanford AFTER several bright days almost as warm as Summer rain began to fall again last night and tho prospects for a good deal of it aro very flattering this morning MR JOHN M RANKIN is the happiest man in tho county His family horse was stolen some days ago but jm ad in the I J found it Mr J M Lair saw tho animal grazing around Boney villa and at onco saw it answered the description of Mr Rankina horse and took it to him THE Board of Supervisors composed of Messrs W A Coffey Cicero Rey nolds J P Chandler W D D Hays anti A J Thompson is in session Rise Bculah Carson made assessors book this year and competent judges say it is a most excellent job It shows that Lincoln countys taxable property excepting her railroads is 3761345 or about 750000 moro than 1900 Assessor Carson did his work well ATTRMPTHD SUlCIDEOllie Naylor aged 28 son of John Naylor attempted suicide at his homo near Preachers villo Sunday night by slashing his throat several times with a razor Ho was n precarious condition at last accounts Mr Navlor had been ill for some time and was in very low spirits He is a hardworking clever young man and his rash act is greatly deplored by his lam ily and friends LATERMr Naylor died yesterday afternoon about threo oclock Tin special term of the Lincoln cir cult court called to try a number of civil cases began yesterday with Hon Newton W Utley of Eddy vlllo as special judge Tho following son W P Givens John Rarloy Chas Enalin Josiah Bishop E P Woods sell Dillion J P Jones J H Bright G R Engleman Sam Chandler Geo loon C G Caldwell Thomas Best R L Lucas Tine Browm D K Farris Josh Wilson The case of Logan Guests administrator vs the L N railroad is set for today It If You a itttttir We believe you would do as wo do in selling Winter goods in January at such outrageously low prices Wo find ittis bettor to tnko a small price uow than carry them over und as Winter has just begun tho wise buyer will take advantage of there offerings Those who had not contemplated buying n Cloak Suit or Fur can now have ono at so little cot that it is folly to do without The gouda we offer in this January Sale are the most desirable Come early to get tho choice things SEVERANCE Sc STANFORD KENTUCKY SUIplyor SaturdalI LIqHughes Were Merchant LAmBs suits and cloaks look mighty cheap at ane halt and onethird oil tho price at Severances TimE Boyle County Herald of Dec 31 camo flying in Sunday morning Great mall facilitiesare those wo enjoy now ATTENTION FAmmlls You are re quested to return my fence stretchers which you borrowed from me Geo II AN examination for graduation In common school branches will bo hold In my office Jan 26 and 26 G Singleton superintendent WANTBDAcUvo young man to clerk in hardware and grocery store Must be reliable and not afraid of work Address box No5 Stanford Ky II FNCLOhlch send me the INTERIOR JOURNAL for next year I cant sleep without it In the house writes Mr A J Hayden of Danville DONT fail to sec the street parade at 3 oclock tomorrow Wednesday after noon The Along ThoKennebec C carries an excellent band undorchcstra LOST between Mrs P M MeRobcr nnd my home ladies gold watch with name engraved inside of back case Liberal reward will bo paid for tho return Mrs W B McRobcrts Till Commercial Bank of Liberty according to a published statement of its resident Mr F P Combest has not lost a dollar in Iii years Few banks have such an enviable record STANFORD which recently voted out saloons has had its tax rate increased from 40 to 70 cents but even at that we hope the citizens will feel that they are making money Frankfort Jour nal No 24 the Northbound morning passenger now arrives hero at 433 eight minutes later No 21 tho Southbound passenger arrives at 112115 minutes earlier This change went into effect Sunday BY an unintentional error these names were omitted from the Honor Roll of the Stanford Graded School which appeared in our last issue Ethel Powell Charlie Pendlcton Ella Rigney and Martha Severance Kancy They are in tho second grade THE sad news mesfrom Ashland Va of tho death of Mrs William B Walton Mr Walton it will be remem betel lived in Stanford some 18 years ago and worked on this paper The many friends he made during his so journ hero deeply sympathize with him in his irreparable loss TilE Combination Sole to beheld hereby Messrs Dunn Beazley Jnn 16 and 17 promises to bring buyers from the four points of the compass They have n splendid lot of animals to dis pose of nnd the sale should bo success from every standpoint Remember the dates and bo at Stanfordon those days if you want to buy a good horse or so LOVE and pathos intermingled with ontagious humor framed in a picture or rural simplicity are the rudiments of uccess of Along tho Kennebec tho newest New England play which will bo the attraction at Waltons Opera louse Stanford Wednesday night Jan 9th No play written on this popular theme has proven moro successful and it bids fair to rival in popularity the most attractive play of modern imes Special care has been taken in ecuring tho company and tho scenic production is unsurpassed The piece Is full of good bright comedy and tho unny duel scene causes screams of laughter This company carries an un isually good band and orchestra this season ROBINSON Mr Benjamin Robinson ono of tho lending traders and farmers in his section died at his homo in Gar ard county aged 85 years Ho was ono of the most extensive raisers of attlo and best judge of fine stock in Central Kentucky and had been an minority among cattlemen for more than half a century Ho belonged to Itho largo Robinson relationship and lived on a farm adjoining the famous Camp Dick Robinson place Ho sired a large family including two liOns who were sheriffs of Garrard runty Uncle Ben as ho was amillarly called was a fine old gentle man and ho will bo sadly missed by his county Tho burial occurred in the Lancaster cemetery 1Tav some of that good molasses at Singletons store Tim four monthsold son of G W Ellison of the Pleasant Point section died Saturday and was buried Sunday Undertaker J C McCIory informs us HOUSES FOR nfNTI desire tq rent for tho year 1907 the helm residence on Danville Avenue There are five acres of land in the lot and tho home is a very desirable one Also the brick cottage on Somerset pike now occupied by George T Wool H Helm Stan srd Ky- CAsit No DiscoUNTIt is with pleasure that we accept draft for gl 000 delivered by Josee D Wearen the insurance man Stanford Ky for his portion of our loss of Dec 20 lost on merchandise For prompt and liberal settlementof losses we commend to property owners The Queen Insurance Co of America represented by Jesse D Wearen Stanford Ky Settlement cash no discount The Reynolds Co Waynesburg Ky Jan 7 1007 For Sale or Rent I home on Vhltloy Avenue in Htnnfonl luUtltlllllt once loocl icvtmroom cot It1 all Decesotr outhulidinglnclud lug Kooil Ixirn One acre lot mul gnrdcn Ilellnr rent ALKX II ilOlTOLAWKtmifonlKy For Sale Privately lIIA senld carriage with polnj sewing machine refrigerator I Iron gate pnlr scales A A linrrow new church or gun I iKtlMvml mllttr Itohlntonce- H washstand Will veil clunp 1IIAY Htnnford Ky NOTICE We wniit every person that Is ninicted with rlirumntUm Kidney trouble or nny 4liMnw nrlnliiK from Impure blood to try n iMiiknmof our sta1danl remedy Hemein f we ffimnintev It to cure If ucconl Ina tu direction or your money will Iw ro fm drat Knell imckniie XH down with n reef lend guarantee Price SLOt Kor wile l y U Wllllami Agent Clnneyy NOTICEIt TIUSHFOItUlsngentfortie Lifting Jack sod Wire Htntclur nurrnrtl counties Any ono iieedliiR ono can order of meat rrtncbernvllle Ky It itlvf mo pltn ure to itnto tlmt I hire known Mr Iutuford for yours nail that be U thoroughly ru po ltle truthful Wtit hr tells you 111xu1 the wonderful machine ran bo relied on K C ALTON Financial mnndlng o- rStanfordCity of Ky To the City Council of Htuufordt I I U t would Dtllimlt the fol lowing an my report for the year ending- Ikcat11X5vlsi on bond Jan IU1t I 57 llocolvwl rom Licenses28112I11eceh tit from FYDes VX Al Uowlvitl from Taxed 4110 Ikcelvcd from Opera louse UecelvoU from J I Whit tfnmclilso o I UeccUxtl Irvin Ht nfonl Telephone Vi dlniiiiiKC 5 ft 75Mf ilaxrcrnireHE Pnlil for dirlusItIA tw plod for Water nod Lights t11I5O 1MUI for Mrcet Work 78S 3s Inld for Kxtrn 1ollco fA mid for Night Watchman W 00 BiiiwrvlftlnB 86 mid for InldforHervliiBNotlcfii 1035 4nld for lose Dnilnngo II mid for Printing 13 60 mid for IIIUJUT Aid I W mid for Per Cent Fines 74 Pulil for Lumber W ao mid for Election lllnnk It Tux nook W mid for Collecting Tnxn W Inld for Repairing Pump 8 75 Paid for Cure of Prisoners 1 UI mid for Damngen by Opens House W mid for Ituurnnce mid for Ilocord nook 8 45 mid for Hurveylng a P- OInterett on Overdraft IS M for Fine Returned f mid for Miscellaneous Accounts SI W 1I1110neo In Treasury lr1r125- s7 tjO U 80 00 Fire Department Intercit In rn louse tftO Ulty Ball lnulldtngSlDmh on hand 1n2 1Ii louse Estimated Iu Duo from Opera fromINHU EO OJ Dim trout Police Court M 10 tUtS 05 LI Itt Itrl xs Duo W L A Ice Co for J4 year hoot ITffl tO Dux Mnnhli for Collecting lull M 18 Due Mnnhnl for necemlwr Biliary Sl Duo for Care of Prlsontiri iit ro Net ami over and above llnbllltlts S01S aa Ilm aI lltiHpfut tully Hubmlttcd L HUGHKHOIerk Approved by Council fun 8 Blankets The beet brand of Blankets made in ullwwl all sizes at 10 per cent discount OUTING CLOTHS- All lOc Outings except the solid colors at 8c per yard UNDERWEAR On all Mens Womens and Childrens Underwear we vivo n reduction t of 10 per cent Big reduction on liltle tiling such na Toque Shawl li Childrens Caps Knit Skirts Childrens Union Suits Childrens Pants and Vests Lcggius SON I FARMSS ATTENTION I Thjs has not been a good Overcoat season As a result we have too many coats on hand To sell them quickly we quote big reductions from former prices Reductions quoted apply to every Coat we haveNOT- TO JUST A FEW The PRICES NAMED MEAN MUCH TO YOU RE DUCTIONS AVERAGE MORE THAN 20 PER CENT That is not without meaning Suppose you could supply all your needs at a saving of onefifth would not that mean lots to you OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS AS LOW AS POSSIBLE EASILY WITHIN REACH AND CONSIST ENT WITH GOOD VALUES Pres ent reductions mean values unusual ly lowforced by unseasonable weather WE SELL THE BEST CLOTHING IN STANFORDHART SCHAFFNER MARXSTRICT LY ALLWOOL 825 Overcoats 81950 81250 Overcoats 810 820 Overcoats 81050 810 Overcoats 88 81850 Overcoats 814 8750 Overcoats 5 815 Overcoats 81150 85 Overcoats 84 CUMMINSMCLfRYSTANFORD Special Sale oq Wtyite Counterpaines Friaoy iSaturday Jan 11 12th 1 15NN The following reduced prices good only on days of sale Make it to your advantage to be here REGULAR PRICE SALE PRICE 8100 valuca at f 6Uc 125 values et t 08c 150 values at 1f UIO 175 values at 129 200 values at 159 250 values at 108 300 values at 240 350 values at 20 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 The Interior Journal Entered in the PatOffice at Stanford tttanddati maUI30rallMUBD TOKHDAYB AND FJUDVt AT 100 PER YEAR CASH R1When not so powill be cheese t TURKEYS I hNd1 0Inunnnth Hronie Turkey pure 3 to white Iron FnlrVl1oUltrylYurm111 reacher illle Ic- yNEW LIVERY STABLE BTOSB i CLABKSON Pare JUNCTION CITY KY yjritOlMi TurD Dull at Reasonable Rates I Special Attention to Tripling Yen and play For Bain For Sale Privately house and 10 acres ot land sltuatei last outliide of townUmlts on the Somenet i pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser stable and allcellarToots room good accessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for J P BAILEY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owaley Building Farm Stock and Crop for Sale Privately Having determined to quit farming I will farm of IS ncros nearyrlvately lilY torelnndOf the O mile front Danville 3 yttos front Iluetonvlllo well situated ou bike Crop consists of ecru hay krood and mark1 Will axllataalmrgnl ittI han- buyer In the next or 40 day II B KINO Morelnnd K- yINSURANCE Tire Lightning WlndftormlIto and andNone the lteprcaentcd Lowest pos JJ1i8r Mblo Rates Guaranteed ss Paying Boo WfljUnequnlled Talk with JJIAHONYpStanford Kentucky Besldenoo Phone No 81 BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Garter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is lollcited Horiet on commission Stock Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale- S 3 wish to soil privately my farm of 170 arosr miles West of on the Less IiIon pike It Is well Improved and ha alenty of water und timber fenced aDd In good Also on unimproved farm of 100 acres tying midway between Lancaster and Lux lazton pikes Good outlet each way Well Sensed Terms reasonable TIIIKKRIXJ Uaiksbury Ky SIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU trh buyrundynmdeclothingwltonthere as so little dlfferenfe made suits end n suit made to your measure anken byjin experienced tailor I have a Handsome linn of Full Winter goods eau make from n low price business suit to aboJlnestdresJ suit o Overcoats Trous ers and Fancy Vests The company I rep seem 1s second to note HOllUIJKY The Tailor Htnnford Ky S e lte lar Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesaSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY vi Oi3ceJPliono 181 Home Phone J5 Jl Beazley Co UndertuKera and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur iture MattingsRuga They will Ixcuango Furniture for afl Kinds of Stock Give ShemaOall Prices Right t STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT 58 acres of hemp land for rent Mrs Rebecca R Carpenter Hustonvillo Good fouryearold gelding for sale Works anywhere Henry Logan Stanford T A Bradley Danville Ky has nino hemp breaks for sale also 120 acre to cheapI of Parksville has bought farm containing 127 acres at Alum Springs for 5000- IBoyle County Herald boar weighing about 175 pounds come to my place Frida Owner can got him by paying for this notice and his keep Henry Logan Stanford ESTRAY CowA light red cow giving some milk about four years old andI 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 Jay Bird the famouii sire of trotter and pacers died Buddenly in his paddock at llaplohurst Stock farm near Paris Jay Bird was foaled in 1SSO and was by George Wilkes 222 dam Lady Frank by Mambrino Star 228 JayI Bird was a noted sire of fast perform era having 110 in the 230 list and flvi in 210 list- Efforts have been begun to bring together the two factions among the tobacco growers of Caldwell county and it is hoped that some satisfactory arrangement may be made by which the war between the association and anti association growers may come to ar end says a dispatch A meeting oC the association growers was held in the court house at Princeton and a com- mIttee was appointed to meet with a similar committee from the opposi tionICured lingTrouble Ult is now 11 years since 1 bad a narrow escape from consumption writes C 0 Floyd a leading business man 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 trouble were en tirely gone and I was restored to my normal weight 170 pounds Thous ands of persons are healed every year Guarnteed at Pennys Drug Store 50c and 8L Trial bottle free ONE of the reasons for the success of Along the Kennebec which comes to Waltons Opera House Stanford onI tomorrow Wednesday night is its peculiar quality of attracting people who are not classed among the regular thea tre goers and there is something in the title which seems to appeal to this class of people and after witnessing the per formance they become the best advVr Users as the play is devoid of any nauseating features and leaves a pleasant impression everywhere and return dates for it are eagerly sought The fine band and orchestra carried by this at traction adds greatly to its entertaining features The Right Name Mr August She rile the popular overseer of the poor at Fort Madison la says Dr Kings New Life Pills are rightly named they act more agreeably do more good and make one feel better than any other laxative Guaranteed tocurJ bilious ness and constipation 25c at Pennys Drug Store Said aalenyoun lady named Jones For mv thinness theretie one thing atonestThough my beauty bo Only skin deep said she Yet it goes all the way to my bones this out and take Ifto the Stan ICut Co and ret a figo sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver ablets Those tablets are far sup for to pills being oasler to take and more pleasant In effect They correct Isorders of the stomach liver and Bowels The trial of Lucien and Charles heeler father and son at LuGrange charged with complicity In the killing of Jack Maxfield on May 1903 results in a verdict of acquittal How to Avoid Appendicitis- Most victims of appendicitis arc those who are habitually constipated Jrlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores tha latural action of tin bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not ueau ieate or gripe and Is mild nnd picas int to take Hofuso substitutes GL Penny One passenger is dead and three ir urcd as n result of a fire irt a Pullman sleeping car near Council Bluffs la How to Cure hilblalns liTo enjoy freedom from chilblains writes John Kemp East Otlsfleld Me I apply Bucklens Arnica Salve ave also used it for salt rheum with excellent results Guaranteed to curo fever sores Indolent ulcers piles jurns wounds frost bites and skin Usoases 25c atPennys Drug Store LOCUST posts for sale D C Sipple McKinney Ivy Dangers of a Cold and How to Avoid Them More fatalities have their origin In or result from a cold than from any other cause This fact alone should snake eoplo more careful as there 18 no danger whatever from a cold who It Is properly treated In tho beginning For many years ChnmberlalnHCougl Remedy has been recognized as tho most prompt and effectual medicine In use for title disease It acts on na turns plan loosens tho cough relieve the lungs opens the secretions and aids nature In restoring the system to a healthy condition Sold by the Stanford Drug Co SAVE money time and trouble by ordering papers and magazines from Miss Hettie Harris Crab Orchard Ky Baughman Floyd shipped a car load of cotton mules South last week Pay Up or Bt Advertised Orehnrtl Kr tin myhnndllorcofbvtionnnd onsiecouotf wito nt public nuetlonUitl IntlioIXTKiuoHJoiBVAi on poster which will bo places T II HIM HhorlfT Nice Home for Rent I tliulro to rent for the year 1W7 my plnco of 7K ncro of ground one trout mini fonlim DnnvllloHtrwt Ilvontuliuii two story residence of live rooms two hallseis tern cellar servants rlOlII1I111 nil outbuild se slon ImnuHllntvly Ap- pllcnnta will plenso apply to J Paxton Jolts lilt liT Jlt Commissioners Sale II Lincoln Circuit Court K Kltolibllt ns ndinr IMaliltlH v Jns Ihunikntaluloet nl IKfiimlunts Nonce f b4nle Pursuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln Dlrcult Oourt In tlu I hove styled action thI undfrslRiifd luster Comml lon r of siiiil- Urt- SIOSlJAY will on JANITAKY 1ITII botwifiilnmlli x In front of the court liouc door In Htanfonl Ky soil nt pulillr outcry to the highest and IMHI bidder tin which Is horvlmittcr dukcrllx IheUIIIIldlultdIllnlnlltThr costs The debts recovered are ns follows JM llnmlio utlinr of mats 17A with 0 rant Interest from Ocllltbil until wild nllli also the P F hiuh iltt JS777 The Uml to the sold real tstntc wns trade ono Amanda llobert to Jns uiition imlntlrTsdecvdiiitnnd U recorded In the ol1leo or the clerk tho tlcoll1 circuit tvrurt III ilml inxjk at tIll The estate u situated III Ilnoln ount TKyaloutthreemilesoulheii r of Iratl Rich lollownndlslxundodasfollows ii gin ling lit Mrs Roberts corner nt n branch hence North to another bninch thence Vest to the top of n hill thence Mouth to behead of the nut branch thence taIround the brink of the hill Mrs Koherts Inc thoncu to the Uglnnlng contaimng icres or less The Milt will use made on n credit of six nonths and the purchaser will Iw n ulred to give loud for the prtf with com lipslonrrbeeringlntomtnldWtclitr per minim from dale of snit until ixtid and ImvliiK the force and erect of n judKiniiit upon which execution nniv Imuent iiiuturtty II not paid to artier secure the of which n lien will bv retained on the land old UEO II SAUFLEY M C L C C Bank HOGS KILLED I nm prepared to kill huge and will deliver tunny ouo within ono mile of lilyplus at 610JIucbICHICKENS A fnw slnglo conili HIiiHlo Island HOtI Cockrels from n select tanfor sole MllH L It COOK Wnnford Ky Jesse W Sweeney raorRiKTon Livery Feed sad Sale Stable Lancaster Ky Poultry And Eggs Wanted I will pay highest market price for Turkeys KKU lumens mitt nil other poultry AUn rabbits Will Iw toil ml BIlucklyocn- ninnngerJrIi my oillcaon l nncnilerHt J Nortbcott JflMES MI PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DEAtZB IS Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Dlmils Cement Nails Build lors1 Hardware Ialnts Oils Etc I nanufacturo concroto blocks for building purposes and do all kinds of eon sreto work Prices on application rA alarllllal DOLLS DOLLS II IFrom Be to SC WN have tin largest nnd I IdelliiKOt loll that nmlomlhll lt d til Htnnford and you to call and Inspect We liurn n complete lint Conulno French Stag Toilet HrtsHlinvliiR Nets HmorII Nets unit nil the iiccostor des necvsMiry for the ladles drrrT- ill line Is the very latest In Ihrtut We Ibo huts lloys dserlllnlIIBIIOI I 1IrttJ1I1IUdllOlu I Stafford lerr Drug taeatll CoI- l 1 First NationalStanford Ky Capital Stock 50000 fblKlasUtution wits orlglnnlly entabllsbed M the Deposit Hank of Alanlord ID usa lueu reorgnnlind u the National clank ol Stanford In 1884 and again reorganised at the First National Bsik of Stanford ID 1882 bAYing had practically an unlnter rupted existence for 13 years it le better suppiled mow with facnltle for transact lag business promptly and well than ever h fnrf In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor Derations Solicited Officers J 8 nOOKKK Pr1 T IlAHHirt V Pre J 3 McUOHFUTa iihf W H VVEAKKN 01 Directors r Reid f OTlllh 8 T Harris Bt nford J 8 Hooker HtaofrJ R L Tanner MrKlnnrr D Glffiura Stanford 8 H llangbman Htani T P Stanford Jss Kotln on lluhbic 7 H llanrbman fltanfcu J Pettu Stanfnrfl 0 R Tale Stanford theCincoln bounty national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2300000 OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS Stanford O W CAKTKII Turoerivllle J B OwdLcr Stanford H SHANK W H CCUMINS Preachersvllle L O Goocil Waynoiburg Greek ILL UCIIIILE Lancaster W O WALKEU StanfordW II TiiAYUK 0 II oerts Stanford J n PAXTON Stanford J n FOSTER Stanford W U HIIANKS We ropectfullysoliclt the accounts of Individuals Firms and Corporations Hanks and are prepared to furnUh till depositors such accommodations as are Hunkers consistent with safe Modern Bafety Deposit Uoxes In our vault for use of our Customers Pioneer Wire Fenceaeellr Square mesh ryul the Best Wire ITence Model For sale by E T Pence Jr Stanford Ky Dealer in Farming Implements Buggies Surreys Etc f Overstocked lir We have too m- anyOVERCOATS must reduce our stock Comer IWe in and get our pricesII W E Perkins J IKentucky 1 ON THE CAMPUS M N C The bat year in the history of MIDDLEBURG NORMAL COLLEGE Resolve lima conic CALENDARII Winter term opens Inn cloccs May 20 11107 Spring term opens March 21 closes May 15 11K7 Entire cxpotiKW 81260 to SIiQ fur five month depending on grade COURSE OF STUDY Primary Intermediate Advanced High School County Certificate State Certificate State Diploma Pedagogy HookKeeping Shorthand Typewrit ing Instrumental nnd Vocal Music Elocution For ftirtlmr information address J S LAWHORN President Middleburff Ky Oliver Plows We H HIGGiNS Stanford Kentucky l ttnlLS PUMPStlbatLeler j All Kinds all prices any depth 1 ROOFING All kinds all prices 3 H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plunderitt r ATTENTION IFor Staple and Fancy GroceriesHard ware Queensware Glassware Tin ware Wire Fence Etc Come to See Me Our Motto is Quick Sales and Small Profits o1 i GEORGE H FARRIS