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It THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 11 1907 NO 85 MIDDLEBURG Tho Baptist parsonage is the only vacant houao in town Why not build a fow cottages to rent out It would surely bo a paying In vestment Rev W G Gllfonl will return Cram Loulsvlllo Saturday and preach at tho Baptist church Sunday The church has notrcallec a pastor to succeed Rev H but will take some action Saturday There has been considerable moving hero since Jan S G Elliott has moved into the Durham property U p K Swopo has gono to the Cowan prop and James Winfrey to J S Toy 4gars house J G Carpenter of Stanford and J M Haney and J T Wesley oC this place operated on a little son oC 4Zack McAninh foratrangulated hernia and tho little fellow is doing well at this writing A twoyearold child of Austin Shor swallowed ono half of a pair of specta dies a week or more ago and had to bo taken to Louisville Monday to have It removed We have not learned the re suit of the operation The Baptist Sdndsy school gave a nice treat to the children Sunday Miss cs Mollio and Illlio Gllfonl and Willie Foglo had charge of tho work nndJt was gratifying Indeed to sco how tho little folks enjoyed It The weather has been so warm and balmy for the last fow days that frog In tho ponds have begun croaking as in Springtime Some Bro of the opinion that winter is over but there is time enough yet for an ico season and it will more than likely come Miss Etta GifTord will return from Louisville this week Dr Stapleton of Gentry county Mo aged father of Mrs K J Austin of this place arriv ed to spend tho winter with hU daugh ter F L Jones and wife went to Somerset Saturday to visit Mr John Bates and family Mr D B Coleman who was born and raised here but left us 20 years ago and located at Cabool Mo Is hero shak ing hands with his friends Everybody was glad to lee Boone and hear him rattle his tongue which was always loose at both ends The Lord seems to havo dealt kindly with him Ho is look Ing well and is getting along fairly well in tho world RESOLVED This year Im thinking- I will do A swear off that will Bo quite now Tho man that dares Butt in on mo When I am busy Ii As can be And sit and talk Talk and chew Until the air around rTurns blue 0 And still sit still and Still talk on Until my working Day U gone Will find that Ivo Prepared myself To lay him gently On the shelf Ill get all kinds Of warlike gear Axes and clubs And hldo them here And when the sit still Drawoth nigh Ill riso and smite him Hip and thigh Fall like an earthquake Onto him And simply rend him Limb from limb They may arrest and Shut me tight In jail but Ill Get out all right When tried Ill have My jury then Composed of busy Business men Houston Post A Jamaican Lady Speaks Highly of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mrs Mlchaol Hart wife of tho superintendent of Cart Service at Kingston Jamaica West Indies Islands says that she has for some yours used Chamberlain Cough Kemedy for coughs croup and whoop Ing cough and has found It very bone tidal Sho has Implicit confidence In It and would not bo without a bottle of It in her homo Sold by tho Stun ford Drug Co 4 Rains have caused much damage in tho vicinity of Hickman and several houses have been wrecked by landslides Disturbed the Congregation The person who disturbed the congregation last Sunday by continually coughing Is requested to buy a bottle ol Foloys Honey and Tar G IPenny Gsj WAYNESBURG Tho weather of tho past week has been very hard on the four rural routs carriers from this office W M Smith has moved his mill to Wayncsburg and is prepared to grim and crush corn and will soon bo ready to do custom sawing- L G Gooch has succeeded his son C C Gooch an bookkeeper for L G Gooch Son on account of tho weakness of his sons eyes Waynesburg has not failed to have Sunday school but three or four time in about 20 years and the intention Is to make this tho banner year S W Harris of Berca has locate hero and will bo a partner with Harry Jacobs in tho tombstone business Dean McMullin of Bertram Texas is herewith friends and relatives Misses An na and Lena Padgett have returned from a visit to Somerset Born to the wife of T D Williams a 111 pound toy The Maccabees elected the following officers for tho ensuing year II II Singleton commander R Curtis Lt Com Taylor Wesley U K and F K W R Singleton Chap A K Cold well physician It D Padgett first M ofGW It Reynolds second M of GW II Singleton sentinel D N Perry picket The K 0 T M corn template rebuilding a hall on the old site in the near future Wm Jackson and family of West Virginia aro visiting Mrs Jacksons father E B Caldwcll C C New ell has closed a successful school here G T Gooch and wife of Somerset spent the holidays with friends and rel atives here H G Vanarsdall of Lex ington is hero on business Elmer Gooch and L G Singleton of Bowling Green are with their parents here R D Padgett and son Walter spent sev eral days with relatives at Eubanks W I Hcrrin of Stanford passed thro our town last Saturday Mrs Woodlo S Jones of Stanford and Miss Lutie Gooch of McKinney attended the fifth Sunday meeting at Waynesburg Morris Marcum of Cascade Mont was here last week F S Goochof Somerset was hero Sunday OTTENHEIM G D Boono bought of Mr Lclger the largest hog that has been sold here for some time It weighed pounds- S J Pollard killed a large black snake a fow days ago which is some thing unusual for this season of tho year Ottcnhclm is on a boom again W TWhlto has built a new store room and will open his stock of goods on the 15th He should do well as ho is a clev er gentleman Miss Rebecca Mullins is in Missouri visiting her brother Tullio Mullins It is with much regret that tho people of this vicinity give up J A James who Is an excellent citizen Ills sale will occur on tho IGth Frank Coleman who has been working in Cincinnati has returned for his wife They will make their homo in the Queen City L A Tucker went to Somerset to take- a position on the railroad John Griffin of Illinois is visiting relatives in this section G M Dullard of Somerset was hero looking after his business af fairs The Grip Uoforo wo can sympathize with others wo must have suitered ourselves No ono can realize tho suffering attendant upon an attack of the grip unless ho has had tho actual experience There isprobnbly no lib ease that causes so much physical and mental agony or which so successfully defies medical aid All danger from tho grip however may bo avoided by tho prompt use of Chamberlains Cough Horncdy Among the tens of thousands who havo used this remedy not ono case has over been reported that has resulted In pneumrinin or that has not recovered For salo by tho Stanford Drug Co Wait not for Luck dryaw bolt Nor Chance give up her key The door that opened for tho great Is open yet for thee Luck is a sleepy sentinel And Chance a fickle light Many a man hath passed them both And entered in the night Nave little care if neither heed Thy clamor call or in- Take up tho magic torch and key And lot thine own self InlYA Card This is to certify that all druggists ire authorized to refund your money If Foloys Honey and Tar fulls to cure your cough or cold It stops tho sough heals tho lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes O L Penny NEWS NOTES A stock company will build a 12000 hospital at Mt Sterling- J K Lemon a prominent Louisville merchent died at Battle Creek PoUch where he had gone for his health Thirty strikers were killed and over 80 Injured in a clash with with Mexican troops in the Grlzaba mill district- A lamp that exploded causing tho death of Mrs Ella Jones Longlcy in St Louis was filled with gasoline Instead of kerosene Jacob Rider a farmer of Gallatin county hanged himself from a rafter In his barn Ho was despondent be cause of ill health Tho 700 reward for thee arrest of Tom Wilson the painter who ran amuck at Bowling Green will go to M C By rum of Simpson county Tho Japanese have contracted for 500 tons of whale meat to be used for food purposes Heretofore tho flesh has been converted into fertliizer Mrs Lena Weidman a manicurist was shot and killed another womans throat was cut and two men were shot during a quarrel In New York City In a tight between union and nonun- Ion longshoremen at Eureka Cal one nonunion man was killed one fatally shot and ono union man probably fatal ly shot Judge Parker at Lexington instruct ed tho to investigate trusts or combines of trade He referred to the alleged coal combine of dealers who boosted prices Upon her own application Miss Eva Jackson aged 23 was adjudged insane at Hopkinsvillc and ordered committed to tho insano asylum where she was an inmate when a child Tom Wilson tho painter who ran amuck at Bowling Green was held to the grand jury on bond of 10500 which ho was unable to give Eight warrants havo been sworn out against him Percy Martin who was arrested at Huntington W Vu charged with complicity in the recent Seaboard train rob bery near Lacrosse has signed neon fession that ho alono did the work John D Rockefeller it is announced will in tho near future endow the Uni versity of Chicago with 3000000 for the purpose of maintaining a fund for pensioning superannuated professors As a result of an attempted assassin ation Deputy Sheriff A A Robinson of Christian county has a bullet holo through his hat and his face is badly powder burned He was attacked by four men near Hopkinsville one of whom fired at him Louisville receives 318000 for im provement of tho Ohio river foils un der the Rivers and Harbors Bill which has been agreed upon Of this 314 000 is to be used to raise the level of tho dam deepening tho channel as far up all Madison Ind Because the farmers living along Rural Route No 2In Trigg county re fused to receive their mail from a Negro carrier recently appointed the Post offico Department has discontinued tho route and the mall must bo received in Cerulean Springs Trouble is feared at Jackson if the trial of former Judge James Hargis is taken up at this time as both factions aro heavily armed and in town in force Tho trial judge will investigate the prospects for trouble and may ask tho governor to send troops to protect the court and tho witnesses The regular sheriff was removed on motion of tho defense and efforts werp made to se lect an elisor but all those suggested have been refused Cured of Lung Trouble lilt Is now 11 years since I hud a narrow escape from consumption writes C 0 Floyd a leading business man of Kershaw S CIII had run down 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 Ouarnteed at Pennys Drug Store Wound L Trial bottlo free 4 Let mo tako your knife mine isnt sharp enough said Tom Hanaborough a farmer 60 years old of Shelby county to his son lie got the knifo and going to the edge of the creek which runs through his farm cut his throat and jumped in tho water No cause is known for Hansboroughs act Ho leaves a wife and three grown children His body has not been recovered An Insidious Danger One of the worst features of kidney trouble is that it is an insidious dis ease and before the victim realizes his danger ho may have a fatal malady Take Foloys Kidney Curo at the first sign of troublo as It corrects irregu larities and prevents Brights disease end diabetes O L Penny IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Moreland has an epidemic of whoop ing cough Judge Moss had to adjourn court at Pineville on account of the prevalence of smallpox In a fight near Mlddlesboro Ed Dum melt was killed and Horace Monday probably fatally wounded The citizens of Wayne county have raised 32OnO of the requisite 40000 for a railroad Into that county B J Durham of Danville has beer appointed Grand Treasurer of tho order of Odd Fellows of this State Mrs Martin Reid of Danville was considerably bruised up by a Negro who attempted an assault on her G A Peyton fonnerly n member of the firm of Peyton Miller grocers is making arrangements to open a har ness shop in this city Mlddlesboro News After endeavoring for 20 years to get waterworks Barbourville is now confronted with the unusual situation of having two concerns make a fight to Install a system The answer to tho petition of tho local option people for contest of the wet victory nt the recent election in Mlddlesboro has been filed a general denial of all fraud at tho polls being madeMrs J boo Russell first cousin to Mrs W M Bright of this place bought the Shelby Irvine home at Richmond for 15000 The place contains five acres of land and the house alone cost 20000- J W Hutcheson cashier of the Citi zens Bank Broadhcad has organized a bank ut Cane Valley Adair county with E G Banks president A F Rice vice president and A W Mc Allister of Mt Eden cashier Prisoners arrested at Somerset for counterfeiting havo made a startling confession of a plan to wreck a train on the Queen Crescent railroad and to rob the passengers says a Cincinnati dispatch to the Louisville Times Kingsioldest merchants in the State while on his way from his residence to his place of business was seized with a hemor rhage of the lungs and died almost in stantlyThe Louisville Nashville Railroad Company is preparing to establish supply houses at Barbourville preparatory to the building of the Pine Mountain railway This is the line projected to extend 35 miles between the Cumber land Valley and Knoxville divisions be ginning near Pineville and terminating near Williamsburg- An attempt was made by officers from Virginia to kidnap N J Wilburn a deputy sheriff of Bell county who was a member of the posse which captured Frank Ball in tho mountains of Virginia and killed John Lee during tho battle Wilburn was working in Claibourne county Tennessee when the attempt was made The preliminary trial of tho local op tion election contest at Somerset was held before Judge Barnett and two Magistrates and a decision rendered in favor of the validity of the election held December The contestants alleged that tho election was held with in 30 days after the November election Appeal will be taken to the Circuit Court at its February term and will be carried to tho Court of Appeals in any eventSpecial Policeman Morrow and Jailer Hines after weeks of work succeeded in landing a nest of coin counterfeiters behind the bars and capturing their moulds and full outfit Three two Ne groes and one white Everett Brook shire W M Martin and Robert Saw yers were caught in tho act of making the bogus stuff and officers are on the trail of several who were engaged in shoving it into circulation One of tho Negroes ran a repair shop in the vicin ity of the jail as n blind Tho metal used was block tin and watch cases of sllverine a quantity of which was cap tured by tho sleuths Further development and the connection of the parties with a regular gang may bo expected Somerset Journal Wise Counsel From tho South- I want to give some valuable ad vice to those who putTer with lame back and kidney trouble says J U UlanUenshlp of Hock Tenn I havo proved to an absolute certainty that Electric Bitters will positively taro this distressing condition The lest bottle gave mo grout relief and after taking a few more bottles I was completely cured so completely that It becomes a pleasure to recommend this treat remedy Sold under guaran tee at Pennys Drug Storo Price 50o Miss Susie Newkirk and George Vhite both of Spears Jessamine cour ty were married at Frankfort James F Clay sold his G70 acre farm in Henderson county to Posey Bros ror 33000 A C DUNN T It BI3AZLEY GREAT COMBINATION SALE I At Stanford Ky on Jan 16 and IT 07 WILL SELL 160 Head of Stallions Jacks Mares and Geldings Composed of the finest mill best bred both Saddle and Harness Stallions ever offered for Sale in Kentucky Some well mated 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 andjJcnncU Also 15 pairs of tho best mules in the State Ample Accommodations for Stock and People BSrWrito for Catalogue DUNN BEAZLEYStanford COLT D ENGLISH Auctioneer January Clearance Sale I 81501 Mans Overcoats Cut to 81148 1250 Mens Overcoats Cut to 948 1000 Mens Overcoats Cut to 748 750 Mens Overcoats Cut to 498- C50 Mens Overcoats Cut to 448 500 Mens Overcoats Cut to 398 1800 Mens Suits Cut to v 1398 1500 Mens Suits Cut to j 1198 1250 Mens Suits Cut to 998 1000 Mens Suits Cut to 708 850 Mens Suits Cut to 598 750 Mens Suits Cut to 548 500 Mens Suits Cut to 308 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 DI MONDS and Fine Jewelry at Reasonable Prices We Cordially Invite You to Visit our Store While in Danville HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler DANVILLE KY Special Prices on Heating VJfeS J atr Gee D Hoppers Stanford Ky Har hvare Groceries c SSSSSS 555S5555S55 zn J r liThe Interior Journal IEC WALTON M F NORTH Ii a candidate for lleprenentntlvoof Lincoln r county subject to tuo action o lemo raUo pnrtIJ T ROBERTS l Is ncniulldnte for Mn lstrnte In the Crnb Orchnnl MiiKlntcrlal District nubject to tliu action of tho Ucmocnttlo party il TilE professional lobbyist seems to have to go The Massachu t flikely Legislature says there is no itneedof a lobby to guide its delibera and is preparing to make it misdemeanor with heavy fine attach ed to engage in tho business of lobby ing A bill is now under consideration in the Missouri Legislature which makes the act of taking money for legislative lobbying a jpisdemeanor Governor Sheldon of Nebraska recom mends a similar statute If the paid lobbyists could be banished there would be a great resulting improvement not only in the promotion of legitimate measures but in the defeat of illegiti mate measures and schemes bolstered by corrupt methods i Tim railpads have supplied all the Illinois legislators with passes and they are packing their grips for Spring field delighted to get the little paste board cards The passes this year theT1lawmakers were distressed over the rumor that the franks were not to be given out this year in consequence of the passage of the Railroad act by Con gress In his message the Governor will advocate the passage of an act forbidding free passes within the State similar to the Federal statute which applies only to interstate travel ANOTIIER redhot message to Con gress is being prepared at the White Houselsays a dispatch It will deal with the Brownsville affair and is shed uled to reach the Senate the first of next week Accompanying the mes sage will be the new evidence gathered itTexas by the assistant to Attorney General Pnrdy and the service will show in all probability that there is no need of a congressional investigation CHIEF JUSTICE FULLER of the Sup reme Court of the United States has r declined to discuss the rumor that he i itends to retire from the bench in i order to afford the President an opportunity to appoint Secretary Taft as his successorftlf the Chief Juctice i i the man we take him to be he will decline to consider such a proposition JUDGE E C OREAR was sworn in as Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals in the presence of many lawyers and t women of Frankfort It is rather un t f irtunate that the only republican on tin appellate bench should be the king bee of them all Tills Metropolitan Life Insurance Co his contracted for a building in New York 48 stories in height The tower will rise 690 feet above the ground of Madison Square This will be tho tall- estI structure rPOLITICAL of its kind in the world J T Wilson editor of the Log Cab I at Cynthiana is after the postoffice 11 his town Gov Johnson has just been inaugur ated Governor of Minnesota for the second time A society has been formed in Wash ington paving for its object the restora tion of the army canteen Senator McCreary has announced that he will vote to sustain the preSIdents f kaction in discharging the Negro sol diets of the 25th Infantry The lower house of the Tennessee Legislature adopted a resolution set- tinga January 17 as the date for the inauguration of Governorelect Mal PattersonM of Indianapolis and city officials engaged in a freefor all fight in the office of the Board of Public Works following accusations of graft made against a board member Representative Slayden of Texas in a speech upholding the presidents ac- ton in dismissing the Negro soldiers declared that race prejudice was at the bottom of tho trouble at Brownsvilln a Attorney General Jackson of New York acting under a supreme court or dsr has seized nearly all the ballot box 03 containing tho ballots cast in the HearstMcClellan mayoralty contest l Patterson forces secured a sweeping victory in the organization of the Tennessee Legislature electing their men h all positions Little opposition was met with in the House and none at all- is the Senate I Chief Juctice Fuller of the Supreme Court of the United States has de clined to discuss the rumor that he intends to retire from tho bench in order to afford the President an opportunity Secretary Taft as his suc to appoint censor General Jackson has filedlAttorney suit In the New York supreme court George B McClellan praying- that McClellan be ousted from the of York on the w thatWilliamthe office iP MATRIMONIAL At Laporte Ind John Smith aged 80 was married to Miss Halite Ray 30 Louis McMullin and Miss Corinth Lach weremarrcd ntHighland yester day W II Elam aged 21 and Miss Mary A Braughton sweet 16 were joined heart and hand on the 9th Clinging to the bridle of the horse Mrs Fanny Newkirk who had fol lowed her daughter and George White to Versailles prevented the pair from driving away and getting married For half an hour in tho corrider of the courthouse while White was seeking a license the mother pleaded with her spiraiting her allay- IwasMesser a pretty and popular young woman of the Hubble section We have not the pleasure of the brides ac quaintance but know that the groom is deserving of a good wife and that he will make the right sort of a husband Heros hoping they will be very happy and be permitted to live to a ripe old ageMr John 11 Eads who recently mov ed to this county from Wayne and Miss Mattie Tribble who resides on her farm on the Danville pike five miles from Stanford were united in wed locks holy bond Tuesday afternoon Rev L M Omcr of the Christian church of this place performing the impressive ceremony Mr Eads who Is a welltodo farmer met Miss Trib ble when in Lincoln looking for a farm to buy or rent It was a case of love almost at first sight and ere many months had waxed and waned their en gagement was known although never announced The bride is one of tho very best women in our acquaintance She is strictly business and for sev eral years has managed her farm and always declared a good dividend Mr Eads is to be congratulated on winning such a jewel for a wife and if their days are not full of happiness and prosperity it will not be Miss Mat ties fault We join their legion of friends in wishing them all the good things that come to a happily married pair CHURCH MATTERS The Christian church at Sulphur has called ElderJ K Reid of Louisville Dr W F Vaughans subject at the Methodist church Sunday morning will be The Old New Way evening Early Piety There are better Christians in hell than such as these exclaimed the Rev U W Burton of Chagrin Falls 0 at the annual meeting of the Con gregational Church Society when the trustees declared that members were withdrawing their financial support because of a dislike for the minister Preaching at tho Presbyterian church Sunday next Subject at 11 A M The Temptation of a Christian Subject at 7 PM The Sovereignty of Man The night sermon is especially for men and a cordial invitation is ex tended to all of them to bo present Christian Endeavor meets at 630 r M Next Sunday morning at the service at the Christian church there will be a rally when it is earnestly hoped that every member of the congregation who can will be present There will be some special music and there will also be set forth by the officers some spec ial aims and work to be done by the Centennial in 1909 AH arc cordially invited to attend this service L M Omcr pastor Here and There Tho L N conductors in session at Louisville asked for better pay Mrs Nannie White a popular woman of Culumbia is dead at an advanc ed preachers and a dozen women were membersof a mob that hung a wife murderer at Waterloo la A hot race for the democratic nomination for mayor of Lexington is on be tween John Skain and Tevis Wilkinson After writing on a bit of paper Life is a rarebit dream Albert Crittenden a New York City artist of renown blew out his brains On motion of the prosecution the court of appeals granted a writ prohibiting Special Judge Carnes from acting in the Hargis trial at Jackson It was represented by Attorney Jouett that bloodshed was imminent and that the court was without protection The writ of prohibition is temporary and will be heard on its merits on Jan 15th by the court offappeals Meanwhile the case will be continued CORNS CUREDCorn Exit will poslI tlvely remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whoso corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents ani nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Orino Laxutlvo Fruit Syrup tho new Laxative stimulates but docs not irritate It is the best Laxative Guaranteed or your money back Pennys Drug Store HORSE STOLEN I A little lute hone iiUiut IS linn In MUM coming tliivo In Hprlni two while luml fret with itiimll star In lorthfiul stole front my place on Orub Urehn rut pike on lluudnyJu nlitht liiidlng to be Illxriilly r wnnlixl FuAxrctotw LmicniiUT Ky NOTICE IWo woof ovtry person that Is nftllcted with rheumatism Kidney trouble or uny disease arising from Impure ulnod tu try Iwekngeof l our standard remedy llwiiuin Icrwu guurhntuuIttoruruhi 11111 accord tug to direction or your will IM roo funded Knell pncktiKO contains aII down with n reitlMervd Kimmnteo lrIti iLn For snlo hy William Agent McKinney Ky PUBLIC SALE will toll nt public unction two inllen front Inib UrehnrU on the lnulIIMtortlrnl Urehnrd pike hcglnnlng lit lout httuk w hUT ITUJHlAYJO One Milk Cow IIho Harrow 0 two work Horstw Double l1onI1I Hues tlrubbhr Ito l uh nnd bier Hcytuo l loud Hut or Wagon Hiriiiis compietr tree vnt d Hurray with pole unit iliulix t fled llooui tiOtlI CUtlaluKolle h1 of HoneINhhIIliG anwil IL of UII1141Ierti Toot vomiiOMHt of on Hand Knwl Heiuttre rianel flriice und lllls IHnln g llooin Table l Ulic Knlve and Fork Tort v dozen coil of Fruit HrwInK goaiMorghual Mill 1ndlem ore uulweluil ferule InihImrltod D liHMITIIrmliOnluirdKy PUBLIC SALE I wit suit nt toyroeldetlcaohthel4tail7onl t W tenhtlin plko nbout mes Mnnford and 2lu North ot Utluifhilnion- TUKHDAYJAN IS our the following dracrllted property towltMy tams of luncnM with pool dwelling 01 three rooms kllohen and two oroliei and n gootlullWHKUII pttnr plow lItGr buggy hu out s nod corn household and kltvuen furniture consisting 01 bod room not wnnlrolie premi one nice bureau OUt sewing machine one clock 2 utand Intile u lot of oliatrc Ixditemls one rook stove nil good ni new- kllehutisufulotof nlcodlshen lot of pota tote apple conned fruit Mime honey lut of fhlekoiiii ono large kettle III saw nearly ua lOOt nn new on Brut mill set of blacksmith tools onu wall IIUltor oneblx dowuuu lIouhl hovel IIl1d many other thing too numerous to men dolt Terms iiiaiie known on tiny of wile J A JAMKH Ottciilioliii Ky Col J OhnmHcr Auet POSTED slrletlforbiduislng on our place and will prosecute vi olator to tho full extent of the law IlronKivdHolmeKHofiimiinMrsMHnydenWelch David HtepheiM Mary HotTiminn llnugliinunUhrlstlim lmmeronMrs MnMlVnVCanieiIrjenurmlrAndlnDlI KAnioiJMemer Paxton W n Houtt llniMIeppleiMrThrsleylxauntuoPwCurler r 11 Ijiwrcuce Sale of Valuable Farm and Personalty Ai utot John A Wright will on WKDNKHDAY JAN IXIher at hi lute reoldvncv fire nillo from Hu tom IIluon Dnnvllle pike In Lincoln coon ty Ky tell at public outcry his penoniil proportyall of which In uood end coreate mainly of the following stallionbraxlutrlln1lllhhlyenning colt three WIIII workItillkindshold bud kitchen furniture pnlr of scale pair of movable Howe crilles W rod of wire pence and fencing apparatus hoeIgum wngon gears ha moan saddle etcAtagent of John A Wright I will other fur wile at nr1tIiKtromlllltOIllIIelathe dletnneofrmu Uiu point on alllacgnlssexceU U practically virgin still There Is n large welltunedconvllllhIILtothou Mr George Wright will how 111lire11m tinyofJ II 1AXTON Admr Etc Col J P Chandler Auct Central Kentucky Real Estate Exthallge TITLE CO KyFrame tlmbermotel rcbirilmay6well on pike and In good cum countyonLiberty legweetberloarded sodfencingrunningtnioughfllouo on easy perms or will divide plies to suit purchaser o 216A nice llttlo 8 loom cottage All sects htullecub fromtunaeplendluplkeclumsto 10acreeutlandtwo 7 cardeDDIsmokehouragoudpropertyItisalwaiaruJas ground We wiu xii thb plan for 524UD It putupNo 140A lanai of IM acre I mile 1eond Me 2 con sae tide and InrenUr 2 other barns end 2 tenant bug e roum lulck mldnce and kitchen sod all vllicr Decsseary out tullJIn soils loge and f DClug In noair plate will wnitnil cl rru at bun and huuw tend IIInnlI- I e e Aboiii IIU urN la scut and the tut lu cube tlrsilun Ilicvlaiuiw 151100 sere larni about mile Ibll tide of IlSblby City 4 ruom No1 good tells under the kltcheuloud berg of ttalli nib etc Kulldlngt sre In gixxt m air sad the fencing are lIIodnat Tworpringtandgood- pond on Ivase About acne la cluter rut lu woodland Price f 30000 20116ASV ante term IrlnfUD Ulx rltcr near Crab Orchard Abuut and 43 sen la tore tat In good slather About 78 bearlnf fruit Irvtion tbe t story 6 rum dwrbing Irdln ly table and crib a tery good tomtit haul The building are In very goal bal e but ua tense am nut The Id ca wuera h Saster felling gnluga Title Ie a loud tlrckltrmsud ItvUVrrdst s rslu Ptlc uuiy rMowNo 1D1170 acre fanu star lluitobfllle Uood dwelling sod Urn a good iuitlun of this pure couM Uald for town los III wliimnnj Iheclugandbnlldloge an In good cobdid- oThhhosollhelwltarmetn lbw ttiuoty The toll II rich ud will pruduee hmp ole PriY 115000 tso4 Two story Irule delUne 7 room hill and veranda Oood garden Incing and house it gwdrrpalr For air or rent Price reaonable No Si ImtwandAvecrrsof land lu JlcKlu Del 1 Ntnwury uuibulldlni fencing geed end well watered Will tell this plan on rat 1t acres of good land 11 room two dwelling w watered good lntlint lilt the suburteultbeeltyulSuuluru cloe tu Graded chat stet eeurchr This t a utIIble huwa 1rlnnaw0ableNa57Orewmframerottsgaarid one acre o land In Ky Largo turn smoke house Ac All building and frusta in goad repel striar47y arts of land cottage of rooms goal hall and poione looot barn and otbrr cut IDol bulldlog willrepair tIntel wtll w acid a 1Idl d house etc Lint 1t1I level aoI product well Young apple und peach orehaid Ibis It about Sullen nnn town Itlcvta u tVynubwgIclose w pct uWh alone ehunhw Bin Lays bawern 2 uefroall Rural JTte IMImy log Inuit a ependl- dbern21r1eutbuxlog sod has two good she a b wuerrth nnorralllnl iprltg und l run Meg Aunts brought the p ace It hat good tent iDgindout illdlnt Price 5hsW Trmseiiy aere lUlU sltustedua the Wsinis Iburg anti tat Vernoo road aUnt 3 mile east g llsa a b roow cottage ate ThIs- plvtwielun to a In l7lwrota and be wilt Kill hCapsodeutuylirwa dwrlllrgdA rood tarn tia lot uc v ary Meta amtlrianlerdrightlntheidwtouueas portion of town This iwviwnywlllb wld of a nd toego In budflss r combined wlll a great aatlng in rent etc Ho WJ4 acttut Und near Crab Orchard cheep No St One vacant lot In Junction Qty Soutbeut earner or lucut mud llrofion ttreeti rooting u fret on Ofonon ttnrt aM running Huutbun Iucu iret fret lr1lllIOCuh No Zl Uonearidlotonlagsnstnelln Bias foal hood ortleu etc Kverytnlngla good rolr Price tlCOg Na y l250eree ol land 2 dwellleg of rooms each Linie tobtrro barn IM Ins lonfDeU to the lei ben io Lincoln county 1 barns This property lays ltD 2 good noun rvodi and 2 trailing turnpike All the buildings sal freeing are In good repair Place It well watered b creeks etc Splendid tobacco lint sndwMrlel5 lttrrclol torn to the sere This o0IIillccroflnd In Uncoln cwuntr If you are log lora bar ala this Is yourehana Price cheap No 111IIOOtre farm stout 3 milt from town toys plndidl math In culllfntlon well whirr r lei Small cottnte of fourrooni large tarn Project well fenced eta Price t30 per acre Ne 42Seren room dwelling grad cellar and acre Und Neter f fair well andprlt6tenclrig and outbnlldlnir la rrclose to town Will malt small lamlly No 1I791 acre farm la mile ol Phil story t loom dwlllng star Louse smoke bows bouw crib etc All the building and fencing are fair condition tiood urrbtrd shout 7- 6acresIneultleatlonrustIngvodthither Whereby a Due falling well and water ol South Fork Puke 12200 No A farm ot about 106 acre on one cl the beat In the countr A hnndtoroe two story MsmedwelllDguodoritef the large und lest loins In the county Tbl place U 1Ienod nod everything about It Indus i roe lu is In re 1lr In it good community eIoeloscbooisnsdulaut20 minute drue Iroio sinnlord IbU beery dilmbl bow Price j i jo xw acres of cotton land In Mlttlitlpcl There lino section of country which offers so many opportunities for profitable Investment as the Irrrl Velta Is now fitly kecribedas par prdtyVattey The IImJoer Is becoming mote isis able all the time tot the rUlOn Ihat lumber from the North where the supply of llmtetii fait illmlnuhlns are constantly Incretilnc their put cbutl of timber Unds In the South bon the tim ber Is removed the fond Is unequalej for agrkultu Ml It will product a bate of Cotton to the inwguts a the title It perfect and the nan who Nuys DelU faro and timber lands at prevent prices U making an In vestment thai he will never regret This Iandlsdl vdedlntotractsrangingfromsoacrestothetracttot1 lab per acts according to etc authorlied by the company who owns then beds to state that as other parties are considering the eotthesehandsthatweoilerthesetractssubtttop n price wlhont notice however when oOllfied they will hold any tract out of market long enough for the purchaser to make an Investigation About 11000 acres ofthis Und hat been sold by the Com pany since we received Kilt option ror further par Iculers call Clout office No I3230 acre tans 5f mlle of Crab Orchard Ky Brick dwelling 8 rooms two truant houM two barns well and spring near dwelling Karat In high state of cultivation IM acre river bottom- land good fencing fruit etc Irlr flOKlsn son at Highland ICwell lmrrov- elwellwateredetc Pncc5o0- f6aactesoflanJonJamestown road south of Dunnvllle too acres In cultivation about tj acres In timber and reilln erais A large new tram dwell Ing alto an old dwelling on place A new foam and wo old ones It It with watered and the fencing Is good On public road Price too Also a barrel mill In Mercer county Ky on Salt River Steam power new up todate la every particular tine good dwell ng with Improvements and 20 acres of tine and close to Southern railroad Price 19 000 No IMColtafla Lancaster feet front and 300 nutbulldlog except barn Everything le new and In good shape Cot tage contain room hall veranda leek porch and baMMiient Cloie to school churches etc Pile WMOOO No 70Teu acre of land two story front cot tagegmrnandrolenslldorchard01 I4 scmsfenelnt good two smoke bout etc A goof well on Place there U also a good mill oc the place a g od cruiher In mill It It run by nat ural power which a great economy and the dam ta In repair WIII1 the property at a low flgureorlltNo hotel large room double reran du hallway Eta A large 2 story storeroom fronting street eet from howl lUIr coin APirbleforuw trig 2 nice cotUgee nicely furnished garden feet deep Vacant All of thisiproperty li Londonby K200 and a tine chance for some one to wake money Poprlelor has refuted to rent property for pel month Cia account of health of his wife only reason for proprietor desire to exchange for farm In Lincoln county No Aimallfarmof78 acre of good land looted does to town Irlce I22W No2190 sere of Und one mile from Somerset KycuttnserenSalts Forty acre In cultiva lion 40 acre pasture balance In limber Dwell ng contain seven room Large barn and all nee sary outbuilding Fence building In spleniId Well watered Vrice250- 0No2eh60lcmOf Und In Ford county Ku ill mllM from railroad and mllM rein rYrieu river Seventy urea oUand U river bottom IInteJulaD adIngrass Thl land U for tale or exchange ass acrID Allen county Ky un rail road and pike about acre cultivated about 125 In timber and grass and about ISO In gras Timber on place Is cut to 18 riches but will make barrel timber shing leg ties and cord wood enough to fur the place twice over A large part U fenced There are tour dwellings of rooms each and one store of twostortes with rooms above pug wells and springs of water Is In miles of county seat grows tobacco corn wheat grew etc for 12200 Onehalf cub n OUR CofkTr Its an illwind that blows nobody goodt1I- t and this warm season now brings the price of our Coats within the u REACH OF ALL We have a big stock and I would I rathere 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 opportun ity We have some GOOD ONES EXTRA GOOD1ONES as well as low price ones Prices NAMED will mean nothing to you unless you can see the garment If you really want an v Over Coat we believe our prices will suit youC Seelthem in our windows and on the counter at the reduced prices It 4- H J Mel 0BTRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY No Better Cough Remedy is Made than Our Compound Syrup White Pine and Tar 25c a Bottle PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky GREAT BARGAINS IN HOLIDAY GOODS CALL NOW W B McRobertsPERSONAL supervision given to nil Prescriptions compounded NOTICEH T IUNHKOK1 In uKfliit for the IlftillK Jiickmid Wlrti HtritclitT for Lincoln mm Inrninl counties Any ono ono cun order of must Irfiiolicrivllln Ky It sue plcnsun to stnto that I Into known dlrLunahrdfuryears nnil Hint ho s thoroughly teaeualAln mill truthful Vluit he tolls you alicat the wonderful bus chine cnn lw relied on Fb U WAITON Look Out for Bargains Start tho New Year Right by trading with D J SMITH Gilberts Creek Ky Best Goods nt Lowest Prices is HU Motto DRUGGISTSTANFORD For Sale Privately 1ewlllpnlr seal l A harrow new cherub or analstandI hltAY Slnnfonl Ky 3500 Range AnnhKHnt range steelboiiud S clip nl vessels with It with ench tl purchase for null only i will glee a ticket to cnch pur clmserol Merctmndlso nt my store Homo ono wilt get tills elegant rnnge Oomo and see It Jut recelvetl a nice line of llam burg Ydllln Unllcoea to ihoti23Oum WvrhinilQ HAIUUH Crnb Orchard Ky c tr sFurs In all tho fret slopes and ekins nt 12 price Wo bought too manyand thoytuft go even at n loss CLOAKS Wo have n fuw oxucllont siyles in Mack and Fancy Clanks nt and oft the price i SUITS gVbout twenty salts in Maple styles nnJ colors at and 3 on tho price SON BTANIOJUI KY JAS 11 1007 s Wi have received n UK lIupply- oC aml Leather Post Cards Pen nys Drug 7 iJ StoraPERSONALS ui Some setiMill KATIIIUNB WAKKBN Is quit s11kbin AUIBIIT Goocil Is over from VertotllM Mit 4 W HAYDBN of Parts wna here tkfe wek- Mn THOMAS HUMBLB vUlted PerryI vlllo friends tide week- J 0 TWWT is np from Somerset mingling wtth od friends Mil S SHANKS of Rowland has boon III but te convalescing- Mn T II HAMMONDS and wife visited Casey relatives last week MILS OLUK WiAVUii of Broniton is tho guest of MIM Roberta Ends Mnf1 JUNK U JUrFE and sons of Huitonvill were with friends here Mitt II D CARTHII returned yesterday from a visit to relatives in Boyle liras PKAN MACKUN of Chicago 1is with Mtow Etta and Lillian Mueller Mitt T J IKAK of Lyon county is with her daughter Mrs II P Martin Mn WILL SBVBRANCE went up tot Corbin Tuesrlay to see after his inter I cst Mn W T SMITH spentioveral days with her sister Mrs A E Gibbons in Danville Mns JAMIE CAllvn TEn returned to Louisville with her sister Miss Kit CONN and Robertson of Crab Orchard have bean guests of Mrs r c sail Mn J M REYNOLDS tho merchant prince of Hoe Lick was a caller at this office Tuesday DR J C BARKEN of Hustonville was registered at Hotel Ramsey Tucs day Montlcollo Outlook MH ANn Miia II C FARRIS returned yesterday from a visit to Mr and Mrs Morris J Farris at Danville MISSUS ROIIKIITA AND KATIE EADS returned from a visit to relatives and Mill Springs 1havo Young Peoples Married Club meet with Dr and Mrs g J this evening at 8 oclock MR ELIJAH Goocil son of Mr Lll burn Gooch of the Gilberts Creek see tlon Is very ill of kidney trouble Mil J II CAUSON who has been ill at his home nt Crab Orchard for some time continues in very bad health TilE Ladies Aid Society of the Hap P tilt church will meet with Mrs Kntn clock P Miller Friday afternoon at 230 o MB R C ENCLEMAN SR who suffered a stroke of paralysis some timo ago Is doing as well as could bo expected MR WES BAILEY of Turncrsvllle is spending tho winter with his daughter Mrs Coulter White In South Liberty Liberty News THE Warren Grigsby Chapter U D C will meet with Mrs J S Rico at 230 next Tuesday afternoon A full attendance is desired Mrt W M ZANONE and daughters Misses Maggie and Zadlo Zula Zanone attended the burial of of Lancaster little Sallie Traylor yesterday afternoon P MR AND MBS W J DOZIER arrived from Magnolia Miss to visit her par ents Mr and Mrs E T Pence We are sorry to learn that Mrs Dozier Is in very bad health and Mr Howard Dn 0 S WILLIAMS Camnltz and Misses Edna Carnnitz and of Hustonville attend Do Ho Williams cd tho Along the Kennebec enter tainment hero Wednesday evening who is cashierBAUGHMAN MB II C Bank Trust Co at of tho Southern that thatwrites us Harriman Tenn institution which begun operations Jan lit Is dolngla fino business fur exceed his expectationsing and Miss MRS II J of Stanford were Anna D McRoberts Miss shoppers in tho city Wednesday Polly Traylor of Lincoln county is ex pected this weekrto visit Mrs A S Robertson and take part in The Trav cling ManAdvocateLOCALS GASOLINE engmo oil at W II HiR gins DONT forget the combination sale at Stanford next Tuesday and Wednesday Jan 16 and 17 I Font RErNice cottage J C Me Clary LOCUST posts for sale D C Sipple McKlnnoy Ky TRY some of that Rood molasses at ISInRlctons store SUE Mrs Kato P Miller before hat fog your stamping done You stingy men ought to buy your wife a fur They are going at half price at StvirancVi LADIES suits and elo hook mighty cheap at onehalf and one third oft theI price at Severances Mil W H TnA theclever dis tiller has our thanks for the prettiest calendar we have seen MONDAY Is county court day Start tho new yoarolF right by calling at this ollico and getting a receipt FIFTEIW extra moathogs 300 in 400 pounds for sale II D Holtz claw It R Ao1 Stanford SAVE money time and trouble by or daring papers and magazines from Miss Hettie Harris Crab Orchard Ky ATTBNTION FARMERS You are requested to return my fence stretchers which you borrowed from mo Geo II FARRIS NEITHER of tho banks hero made a change in their directorates They were satisfied with tho good directors they had Mn A P B Kcen ITT sold to J E Patrick of Jackson a dozen ginseng seedbearing bulbs for J5 and 60 one years growth for 250 TilE now popular play The Good Samaritan has been secured by tho Lodge of Odd Fellows hero and will be presented by local talent at Waltons Opera House Thursday evening Jan 24th SALLIK the beau little daughter of Mr and Mrs Dan Traylor died Wednesday evening and was buried at Goshen yesterday afternoon Much sympathy Is felt for tho parents in the loss of their little darling DELINQUENT LIST Sheriff T J Hill told us yesterday that ho would have his delinquent list ready for publi cation In Tuesdays paper If you havent paid your taxes and dont want your namo to appear in tha list you had better see Mr lJIII or one of his deputies at once FULLY 200 stallions geldings mares jacks mules and ponies will be sold under tho hammer at the Combination Salo to be held hero by Messrs Dunn Beazley on Wednesday and Thursday of next week Jan 16 and 17 If you want a choice animal you had better be hero on those days UNIESS tho Court of Appeals reverses the decision of the lower court or declares tho Unit law unconstitutional Stanford will be a dry town In less than a month Dan Traylors saloon license Is the first to expire 4an 19 Dan Hesters is out Jan 2G and W 0 Speeds Feb 9 H S Shanks license to run a saloon at Rowland expires April 24 but that of W 11 Walker runs up to somo time in August FROM tho artistic sign in his window one would judge that Mr IL J Mc Robcrts understands the game of cards pretty well but woll wager lift can not tell the Ace of Spades from the Jack of Diamonds His clover clerks Jamca Brady and Thomas Phillips got tho meaning of various cards from some bold bad gambler and their play on them and general make up of their show window is worthy otn veteran window dresser FEW more enjoyable plays have been presented at Waltons Opera House than Along the Kennebec which was most creditably given to a good house Wednesday evening It is fullof fun from start to finish and from tho rise of the curtain until its fall in tho last net the audience was in an uproar Tho company presenting It is composedof the cloverast show people it has been our lot to deal with in years and wo take pleasure in commending tho players and play to all theatre goers The company carries a splendid brass band and orchestra but on account of the leader of tho latter getting too much booze at Middlesboro ho was fired and the opera house piano took the place of on orchestra here If You Were a Merchant asttsastls We believe you would do as we do in selling Winter goods in January nt such outrageously low prices We find it is bettor to take a small price now than carry them ovor and as Winter 1ms just begun the wise buyer will take advantage of those offerings ThoeAvUo had not contemplated buying n Cloak Suit or Fur can now have one ntjwjlittle cot that it is folly to do without 1ho goods wo odor io this January Sale arc the most desirable Como early to get tho choice things INew patterns in stamping Mrs K IMYERS Stanford barndoor hangers tho best At Singletons storo Iron SALEOne good milk wagon George H Simpson Shelby City FOUND Dallas Thurmond found tho watch lost by Mrs W B McRobcrta and veryclevcrly returned it to her FnmmslC you havo any of our sacki ploaso mturn them at unco or Baughrman TUB six banks of Lincoln county have nearly 750000 in individual deposits And yet some people say those ore not good times We to extend our profound thanks to the good people who helped us in the sickness and death of our pre cious little daughter We hope to some day partly reciprocate their good deeds ministered in the dark hour of our lives Mr and Mrs Dan Traylor HOUSES Fort RFMTI desire to rent for the year 1907 the Helm residence on Danville Avenue There are live acres of land in the lot and the home is a very desirable one Also tho brick cottage on Somerset pike now occupied by George T Wood II Helm Stan cord Ky IN Tuesdays paper we will print the program to bo given by Mesdames An na R Rentz reader and Nolle De Marque pianist at Waltons Opera House on Wednesday evening Jan 16 This entertainment will bo for tho benefit of tho Christian church at Crab Or chard and it will be well worth your time and money to hear it IIN tho circuit court Logan Guests administrator was given n verdict for 2000 against the L N Guest who was a Negro was killed while in the employ of the company The suit was for 5000 Tom Davis for his son Van Davis is suing the L N for 3 000 for injury the latter received while working on tho grade near Hemp Van Davis being an infant in tho eyes of the law The case will go to the jury today BEER highand is hard to get here but the saloons keep well supplied with it notwithstanding Those sa loons that handle the Frank Fehr variety get it by expresssent from New Albany Ind and those selling Newport brew have it shipped to Richmond and haul it from there in wagons It is unlawful to ship spirituous vinous and malt liquors from any part of Kentucky into Lincoln county since the Unit law went into effect CASH No DISCOUNTIt is with pleasure that wo accept draft for 000 delivered by Jesse D Wearen the insurance man Stanford Ky for his portion of our loss of Dec 20 last on merchandise For prompt and liberal settlement losses wo commend to property owners Tho Queen Insurance Co of America represented by Jesse D Wearen Stanford Ky Settlement cash no discount The Reynolds Co Waynesburg Ky Jan 7 1907 KILLEDRYTRAINAtMoreland Wed nesday afternoon Mrs Jas Garrison aged SO was run over and killed by aQ C freight train while walking over the track at the Hustonville crossing The train whistled but she evidently did not hear it and the engine struck her with terrific force Mrs Garrison was in bad health and some time BRO suffered a paralytic stroke The burialoccurred In the Hustonvillo cemetery yesterday Deceased is survived by her husband and several grown children Tim following people attended the meeting of the Thursday After noon Club at the pretty country homo of Miss Levisa Harris near Hubble Messrs Jesse Alverson Jack Rout L- It Huey James Yowell Harry Frye Earl Coleman Alfred Pence John Men efee Robert Woods W S Embry Fred Cook Misses Nannio Woods En Rlcman Pattie Alcorn Sotie Alcorn Sue T Engleman Sallie Taylor Woods Alary McRoberts Lucy Miller Givens Tovla Carpenter Sue Woods Sara Dunn and Mrs Sue Yeager Tho house was beautifully decorated and the luncheon was a thing of beauty and a joy while It lasted The several hours were enjoyably spent Miss Sue T En Rlcman won the ladys prize and AllssI Sara Dunn Rot the booby prize De lightful refreshments were served inn elegant manner t PfhtnSIHAIR OAtSAMC- 1 twonll1c Ma lulu IriniUM s laiurittit rrovln vtr rails to HMrtort etey C41orCurb nil t DNrIUI PUp or Be Advertised i J It Ecllllltoll of Crnl Orrlinril Ky linn IdslorrsmcountelntoyhuuQI10rcotIetlonnnd Jf I will Plhnh each and every IHT tons account for rah nt public auction Ixith In trip tXTKKIOK JlMUNAI Rllll Oil lotlNwhich will Ile jiuntcU In public Imous T JI HIM HherllT PUBLIC SALE I I 1IIIIIIII u llo ante at 111111110 on Ills Illver IK inllm from Wiilniit Pint iindtlireo mllii from Urnb iirulmrd on HATtritllAY JAN 91W Itill followlueprowrtyt Household and Kllclinn rill III I Iiiiplt iiu nti InoliKllim llowillonu WIIKOII llnrnoM rulllvnlord lines Etc Two No I MHk owl Sionstw wry Kontlo Mares and ens JolillMK one More uplo1 to In Gal ono stuck or outs I Hurrev nod lam nee lIIucklMiinl HhlIrle Tvrnii nestle known on dtiy t f solo JOI1NHM1TII Col J P Chandle- rtuctVJTE ORE 1 IeoMothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Ialn Killer Otrm Dentroyer IIIUI tbiii Uliur IJIooil Vltnllttr Health and Hlrength Restorer N II Bogie Marksbury Kentucky Gunernl Agent QU AKTEULV IlEIORT OF THE 9 HEGR BOAC H RD B KING GUr t tLc close of tuiincii on the 31it Jay ofl December 1906- RESOURCES Loans ant DIunt1283 47 Overdress securedOvcrlralli unsecured 2019 99 Due Iron National Dank i Stll O Due from State hanks hankers S Due from Trust Companies 5 e1IS lUnklne house ICoo oo Other Real Estate 0000 Jlodears oooo oo I S Bonds = coon 00 Other Stocks anJ UonJs 00 Specie 11141 99 Currency J3 00 IIJRS 3- 9hanelei for Clertn Other Items carried as Cash furntiire nJ Futures i500 Fund U aTutsrurrenlbxpnsesLastQuarterf Irtilout Junrur J 36006 41 Give description location value and how long owned all leal estate excert bklB house and lot If any owned long er than tivt years LIADILITIES Gt Stock paid Inln chIJIOOO 00 Sur Fund Undivided Irofiti Due Depositors as followsvli Deposits subject to check on IhhIntern Is todeck X JU1 subject on which Interest Is paid oooo Demand certificates of deposits Iun which Interest Is oo coo i ITime Certificates of deposits on Interest Is paU ooooo oo Savings deposits on which In terest Is pall ooooooo Certified Checks 99521 9 Due Nttkmal Banks 15 16 Due State Ranks and rankers co oo Duo Trust Companies 13 Cashier s Chicks outstanding Bills re discounted 00000 00 Unpaid dividends oo coo oo Taxes due and unpaid 00 am 00 Capital stick not pate 00 SUPPLEMENTARY Illehest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company orfirm In eluding m the liability of the company or firm the of the Individual mem Nfl thereof directly or Indirectly such Indebtedness exceeds 10 percent of ital stock actually pats In and mount ol surplus of the bank capjHow Is Indebtedness stated In above i Sec Ky Statutes Illehest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer II amount of such In debtedness exceeds toper cent of paid up stock of bank NolhlDK same j8j Kentucky Statutes low Is secured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person comrany or firm Including In the liability of the company or firm the liabil ity of the Individual members thereof ex ceed per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No If so state amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend IWO 00 Vtttt all expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before de Clailnc dividend and was not less than to per cent of net profits of th bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before std dividend was declared Yes See Sec Kentucky Statutes ftt006 44 STATE OF KENTUCKY as County of Lincoln J C llilller CinMer of Crab Orchard Byiklni Co a lank located and doing business town of CranOrchardJn saldcountybelne duty sworn the is In all respects a true statesays tent of the condition of said Bank at the close of day of Vo too6 to the best of his knoVlcJce and belief and further says that the business of said Hank hIS been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that th above report Is made Ih compliance with an official nonce re rIsel from the McreUry of Stale desigtullnp the Slit day of Dec 1906 as the day on which such rr0n shall bt made Subscribed and sworn to before me by J C Duller the Utb day of Jan igo7 JOHN Notary Public rot for LIncoln county My commission ex pires Jim I Vlreciors JIICoiLII 9OSi BlanketsjtTlio but brand of Blankets inndc in ullvol all size nt 10 percent discount OUTING CLOTHS- All lOc Ouings except the solid colors at 8c per yard UNDERWEARO- n all MchV Woimius and Childrens Underwear we give a reduction of 10 per cent Big reduction on little tninga such as Toques Shawls Childrens CUlls Knit Skirts Childrens Union Suite Childrens Pants and Vest Leggiii3 SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY I BUY ODD PANTS Tine aid Place Both Right iftH startedtThe Time is Right fora New Pair We have a large stock of choice pat terns all sizes 28 to 48 Our store is the right place to buyt them Prices to 5 r CUMMINS MCLARY STANFORD KY Special Sale oQ W ite- Counterpaines Friday iSaturday Jan 11 12th The following reduced prices good only on days of sale it to your advantage to be here REGULAR PRICEr SALE PRICE 8100 values at Vf60e125 values et 4 150 values at f el10j 175 values at 120 200 values at 1G9 250 values at 193 300 values at 249 350 values at 29 raboveof the lot i L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 The Interior Journal Entered in the Po tOfice at Stanford Moon 1dal malkIyUBUBUBO TUESDAYS AND VK1DAY AT 500 PER YEAR CASH When not so paid WOO will be cbargtldI TURKEYS I brNI1 Mammoth Ilroiiso Turkeys pure winning om tI to f II from prize Lens r ou or address M rl W I WhltetFalr View Poultry Kami Preachers ty- NEW LIVERY STABLE 1U1ZI JI CLABSSON rrcn JUNCTION CITY KYI IJjitOUss Turnouts d Reasonable Special Attention to Traveling Men la and lIay10r Sale For Sale PrivatelyM- yhouse and 10 acres of land situated just of town limits on the Somene pike House has 1 rooms kitchen and ser stable and all yints room good cellar ecessary outbuildings Water hydrant In Ult yard and one for J P BAILEY A S PRICESu- rgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store inI the Owsley BuildingI Farm Stock and Crop for Sale PrivatelyI llarlne determined to quit forming I will sell privately my fnrm of tV acres near Morelandon tin OM Hllllrolul1I mllea from DenvllleYS udlea front ltutonvtlte well situated on pike Crop consists of corn buy and ORtl tockJennela Jnoks horses anti brood mare Will n bnrgnln If I and a buyer In the next Hl or 40 dnys B B KINO Morelnnd K- yINSURANCE Tire Lightning WlndStormlLUe and andAecldent None BB8T Companies llepresented Lowest Poe ss Paying llec ordjOnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce A Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Oommercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horace on commission teck Pena In Connection Two Farms For Sale a 1 wish to sell privately my fnrm of 17- 0ealIl11l1elmT West of Imnc uter on the Lexs ington pike It Is well Improvid and ha of water nnd timber fenced In good Alto nn unimproved farm of 100 acres ring midway between Lancaster and Lox Jtagton pike Good outlet each way Well fenced Terms reasonable TI HERRING atfciksbury Ky GIVE ME YOUR OftDERICANP- LEASE YOU Why buy rRdYlIIode clothing when there Is so little dUTercnco In thu prlco of ready made suits and a suit miiilo to your meiisuro taken l y nn ttxiwrlencvd tailor I have a handsome llnu of pall Winter good can make from n low trlco business suit to the llnoAtdresi suit At Overcoat Trout n nut Fancy Vest The company 1 represent U second to stone 110 IIUIIMV The Tailor Htnnford Ky C 1 CeC1a y Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneesSaddlery Ac t STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 CXBcfjrhone 187 nome Phonp 8 fie t Beazley Co t f Undertakers and Embalm tra Also Dealers in Fur 1alture Matting Huge They Furniture for aH Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricee Right a tf STANFORD KENTUCKY l t P Ys FARMERS DEPARTMENT Frankfort is figuring on an old fashioned countr fair R C Engleman Jr sold to George T Wood a walking mare for 125 58 acres of hemp land for rent Mrs Rebecca R Carpenter Hustonville Good four yearpld gelding for sale Works anywhere Henry Logan Ston ford IBaron Wilkes the great trotting changed hands the other day for 25000 T A Bradley Danville Ky has nine hemp breaks for sate also 120 acre to baccofarm cheap W S Savage the Minneapolis hora man has bought Gentry Bros dog and pony show for 60000 We will receive hemp at J II Baughmau Cos mill E P Woods agent American Hemp Co FOR SALEThoroughbred DurocJer sey pigs ready for shipment R II Brpnaugh Crab Orchard Ky John Smith sold to J H Bustle his farm in the Walnut Flat section for 2 500 Mr Smith will move to Oklahoma The hog adevrtised by Henry Logan was the property of E T Pence The I J ad found the owner as it usually does W L Grady of Adair sold to W W Compton of Honey Grove Texas the threeyearold stallion Capt Peacock for 1000 FOR R1 NT200 acres of land to go in corn and oats with house and ood barn and all necessary outbuildings George H Simpson Shelby City Warnings have been sent to nonas sociation tobacco growers in Trig county that they will be given hell unless they sell their tobacco inside the tobacco men probably will urnish the 2000000 necessary to finance the Burley tobacco growers pool and officers of the association ore tow arranging the details of the loan James B Haggln will soon establish a great dairy at his Elmendorf stock arm near Lexington It is expects to supply a large part of the Lexingtoi market as well as the employes of El nendorfBright Fox shipped to Atlanta a car load of mules that sold for 160 ach They averaged 153 hands T B Bright purchased from Tennessee arties for the firm of Bright Hubble a fine jack colt for OO J C Fohnstonc will ship to Cincinnati a load of hogs consigned to J F Sadler Co They were purchased In Boyle Garran and Lincoln at from 51 to b3 cents Advocate The Right Name Mr August Sherpe the popula overseer of tho poor at Fort Madison la says Dr Kings New Life Pills are rightly named they act more agreeably do more good am make one feel better than any 6the laxative Guaranteed tocure bilious ness and constipation 25c at Penny Drug Store iA movement has been started to re the Joel T Hart statue uWoman Triumphant destroyed in the burning of the old courthouse An Italian sculptor has informed a friend in Cincinnati that he has in his possession the origi nal of Joel T Harts design and he says he can reproduce the statue at smal cost says a Lexington dispatch Cut this out andtake tto the Stan ford Drug Co and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver ablets These tablets arc far superior to pills being easier to take and moro pleasant in elTect They correct isorders of the stomach Jlrer and noels How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are hose who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures hronlo constipation by stimulating tho llverand bowels and restores the Rural action of the bowels Orino rfixatlve Fruit Syrup does not ueau eato or gripe and is mild and pleas nDt to take Refuse substitutes GL Penn Senator Foust has introduced in the Tennessee Senate a bill to prohibit tabling on horse races in Tennessee The measure makes it a felony for owners of race tracks to permit betting on a horse race Tho penalty is a fine at 250 to 500 and imprisonment of one to three years How to Cure Chilblains- To onjoy freedom from chilblains writes John Kemp East Otlsfiold Mo I apply Ducklens Arnica Salve lIuo also used It for salt rheum with excellent results Guaranteed 10 cure fever sores Indolent ulcers pllo urns wounds frost bites and skin liscases 23o atPcnnys Drug Store A committee from tho Senate will goto Brownsville to gather evidence regarding the riot in which the Negro troops participated It is believed resident Roosevelt will bo sustained by the Senate James Daahwood who killed Harley ammsnd in Simpson county mistak- Ing him fora fugitive was held without bail Ashland is to have a dally republican paper Dangers of a Cold and How to Avoid Them More fatalities have their origin In or result from a cold than from another cause This fact alone shout make people moro careful as there Is no danger whatever from a cold whei It Is properly treated In tho beginning For many years ChambcrlalnsCougl Remedy has been recognized as the most prompt and effectual medicine In use for this disease It acts ono natures plan loosens thocough relieves the lungs opens the secretions and aids nature In restoring tho system to a healthy condition Sold by the Stanford Drug Co r The South Carolina Senate adopted n resolution indorsing President noose volts attitude in the Brownsville Tex affair Nice Home for Rent I I desire to rout for the year lour my plnco of 7k acres of ground one mile from wliin ford JnllII Mtret H contains n two story rrslitence of live room two halls els tern ctllnr ccrvnlili room and nil outbuild liiu Possession given Immcdlnlely Ap pl cants will plcaso apply to J II Paxton JOHN lIItUiHT Jit Blue Grass Farm for Sale I with to soil my farm SK miles west of llustnnvllle ntle from Pike anti Onrpeiu tors Htntlon conilstliiR of acres of rich blue lIn nemp or tolMlooo land nil In gntl This farutCan be equally tlh Ilt1 to ml vnntngo nl to hnvo n good wolllna on Inch plvce also necessary outbuildings The ferret lays alimut In nsqunro only ono aught In lines Thuro lire thaw stock barns good tobacco Imrn J stable tenant house goat wnterln every field six lasting with 3 ktroums running through rflBIRiTfJW J HTKKIli OAUlKSTKU JIuitonvlllv Ky HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly Courier Journa ANDiThe Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Yew people In the United States have not teed of the CourierJournal Democratic In all thing fair In all thing clean In all things It U ewwntlally family paper IIj tap cia arrangement we are enabled to fer tlae WRFKLV COURtKROUBNALone year and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for the com blnntlonto oant to the Courier carnal Bank HOGS KILLED I Inmprvpnrotl to kilt hURl nllI will deli ertoanyonewithin ono little of my pine 1IAYDKK HIIANKH Uowlnml Ky CHICKENS A fow nliiRlo comb Kluxlu Inland 11M Cockrulu trum n soloct pon fur mlo- MilH I II COOK Htnuford Ky Jesse W Sweeney raorRIETOR Livery Food and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky Poultry And Eggs Wanted will pRy highest market prlco for Tur lumens nail nil other poultry AleorniCblts Will IM found con tantlr Dt my olllclI Oil I ancntt rHt J K llucklocn miiiiugtT II II Northcott JftMES M I PHILLIPS STANFORD KY DtAlXB IK Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build dcrs Hardware Paints Oils Ktc manufacture concrete blocks for build Ing purposes and do all kinds of concrete work Prices on application alr a aaLr- DOLLS I DOLLS From Be to SO I IWtToilet Conulno HII HhnvltiK French Wets StagI1 Hots Mirrors and nil the lea iipcv for the IndhV This line b the vory latest IM We also ItlcrtIIUOII1lIBl1o 1 1111Il1i 1St ford Drug Coj First NationalStanford Kri Capital Stock 500001 This mtltauun ca originally eslabllsheO Ii the Ileposlt Hank of in I8U then reorganlsou as the National Hank of Stanford In 164S and again reorganized at the Pint National Oak of in US having had practically an gable rupted existence for 13 It Is better supplied now with facilities fur transact ing promptly and well than ever before In its Idng honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Officers j i UOOKKK Pre a T HARRIS V Pre J J McUOIIKHTt u W II WKAltFN As i q Director t Knld Dorllip S T Harris hn1-J Hocser Htai r r g L Tanner JtrKluory M U Elniore Stanford U IHuKitnnn eta iii d T P Hill HUnfbn I Knhlnmi lunn r 1 II flaugtwaa94rrrJ- J IttaataatcO R Tute oIoro m the LincolnCounty national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 2300000 r ==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 OAHTEII TurneriTllleBIUNKJ B OWSLET Stanford L 0 OoocilIreachersTllle WaynesburgW n OUMIIINB Lancaster W O WALKEH StanfordHtinntW H TBAVUIB OlloerU Creek U L Stanford J n PAXTON Stanford J B FOITEK Stanford W U BIIASKH the accounts of Individual Firms and honks and We roepecttullyaollcit to furnish apt depositors such accommodations us Off consUtcnt Hunkers and with lire IlIflllJatnklng Modern Hnfcty Deposit foxy In our vault for uw 01I our Customers Pioneer Wire Fence Square mealt and the Best Wire Fence Model For sale by E T Pence Jr Stanford Ky Dealer in Farming Implements Buggies urrcys Etc Overstocked I We have too m- anyOVERCOATS We must reduce our stock Come in and get our pricesI w E PerJ ins IKentycky ON THE CAMPUS M N C The best year in the liiitory of MIDDLEBURG NORMAL COLLEGE Itctxilve plan conic CALENDAR 1 r Winter term open Inn 1 closes May 20 IIi Spring term opens March 21 closes May 1C 1107 Entire expenses eIro to 850 for five iiuiuth depending on grade COURSE OF STUDY Primary Intermediate Advanced High School County Certificate State Certificate State Diploma Pedagogy BookKeeping Shorthand Typewrit lug Instrumental and Vocal Munir Klocution For furtlnt inlormution address J S LAWHORN President Mlddleburrf Ky Oliver Plows WeJaHIGGINS Stanford Ken- tuckyFUMFSI I I iy 11 1ll IIIf traserta All Kinds all prices any dep- thROOFING i All kinds all prices SH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner surd Plumber ATTENTION I For Staple and Fancy GroceriesHard- ware Queensware Glassware Tin ware Wire Fence Etc Come to SeeIMe Our Motto is Quick Sales and Small Profits v Iol GEORGE H FARRIS T f I