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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXVSTANFORD KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8 1907 NO 72 K1NGSVILLE Tho election passed ofT quietly Doth parties seemed in fine humor Perhaps it was tho weather but at any rate thero was great equanimity displayed on all aides The death of Judgo Warren has oc casioncd much regret hero and sympathy for his family and fellnw townsmen Judge Warren was popular In tho South End and his death is hard to realize as when wo saw him last he was eo very jovial and vigorous look in Mr and Mrs Robin Higncy daug ter Mrs Craig Butt and children returned from Somerset Tuesday Mr t and Mrs Virgil Bastln returned Tuc day from a visit to relatives in Fulask J Ed Boland Is hero from Lcxingto Messrs Harry Stone and J W Bolan of Charleston W Va and Luxingto were hero buying ties for the Green briar Polo Co Mr Engleman of tho North End it tho now day man at the tower John Singleton and wife of Waynciburjr were hero Monday to lIeo their daughter Mrs E D Carey who is ill Miss Ethel Leo is visiting relatives at Somerset Mrs Amanda Lee of Somerset was tho guest of relatives hero Miss Eva Francis is with her slater Mrs W L McCarty at Stanford Messrs W L and J M Mc Carty of Stanford came over Tucsdi to vote Dr C M Thompson was in Cincinni tl Thursday Mrs Tabitha Davidson Is with McKinney relatives Mrs Goers Illgncy has returned from a visit to her son Edgar Higncy who has been attending the Morse School of Telegraph nr Cincinnati Ed Higncy and and Will Leach are at home from Cincinnati where they have been attending schoo r Little Ethel the pretty daughter oC Craig Butt of Somerset has returned home after a visit to her grandparent Mr and Mrs Hobin Higncy Mrs Lo- Is McKcithan and little aon have re turned to Covington Tcnn after a vii- I It to her mother here Mr Parka tie I inspector was hero this week HarT Stout of Charleston and J W Boland Lexington were here this week buyln ties etc for tho Grecnbrlar Pole Co Your correspondent went to Danvill Saturday and returned this week from n pleasant visit to tho families of W A and J 0 Vandivicr of Harrod burg and Mrs B P Shewmaker of Moreland relatives of Mr Haldon L VAndivier who was killed bylarvo Watts In September To find in the State of Kentucky a man who has lived to bo 62 years of ago and who has never cast a voto at any election either national State or county is to discover a rcfu tation of the adage There Is nothing new under tho sun Such a mai hlives in the person of Josiah Morris whoso home is in the Woodburn sec tion of Warren county Ho was among the County Court day crowd at Franklin Monday and is a substantial and respected citizen Not in the matte wof exercising his right of auflragi alone is Mr Morns unuiual for ho was never identified with the courts of tho State in any capacity except on one occasion when ho gave testimony na a witness in a trial suit Ho is not a member of any church of fraternal organization Mr Morris is a refined gentleman a render or newspapers and consequently well informed War 1ren County Courier ConstipationItFoulness and life miserable fur mo My appetite failed mo I lost my usual force and vitality Pepsin preparations and cu thartlcs only mado matters worse I do not know where I should havo been today had I not tried Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets The tab I lets relieve the feeling at once strengthen tho digestive functions helping tho system to do Its work nat urallyMrs Rosa Potts firming ham Ala These tablets Bra for sale 1i by all druggists Under a tall sycamore m an oldfash ioned New England graveyard lie the bones of a once distinguished lawyer His grave is marked only with a plain headstone containing his name and this epitaphs Hero lies a lawyer and an honest man An Irishman invaded the bury ingplace one day and after reading tho epitaph a second time remarked There must bo two men in that grave A Good Liniment When you need a good reliable lin iment try Chamberlains Pain Balm It has no superior for sprains and swellings A piece of flannel slightly dampened with Pain Balm is superior to a plaster for lame back or pains in the side or chest It also relieves rheumatic pains and makes sleep and rest possible For sale by all Drug fists The Old Whitley House in the East End About 2 miles froth the little villa e of Grab Orchard stands the oldest brick house In Kentucky It was built by Col Wm Whitley in 1783 Col Whitley was one of the first settlers of Kt n tucky He was a comrade of linen Kenton Henderson and Clark After leaving tho forts of Booncsboro and 10 gan became to the present situ of Crab Orchard and erected the first brick house in the State Mr Whitley went to Virginia to secure tho material with which to furnish his house The houso Is very quaintly built and ornament with many carvings It is a 2J story house situated on an eminence calkod Sportsman Hill by Col Whitley On each end of the house glazed brick are arranged so as to form diamonds which adds much to its appearance The windows are built seven feet from tho ground as a protection from the Indian Tho doors are made of two layers of plank put on a frame diagonally and driven full of nails As no locks wero obtainable in those days bars wer used to fasten the doors We first enter tho largo and spacious hallwa which contains the noted stairway of 13 iteps to the first landing upon which is carved on the end of each an cagle head representing tho 13 States and tho bird of our country And on the left of this hall we enter the parlor room which is beautifully carved Amor the other carvings thoro lire 13 latKo Ss directly over the mantel piece which also represent the 13 States Upon tho right of the hall is tho family or living room which contains largo presses In tho wall that extend from the floor to tho ceiling all of which arc carved In small squares and a small press near tho fire place that was reserved for the exclusive use of Col Whltleys gun horns belt powder and lead which until this day is called the gun press The third story of this famous old house was used for a delightful ball roon Beneath the house is an immense cellar which was used as a hiding place from tho Indians In tho third story of tho house there arc loose brick which are easily removed to bo used as port holes in case of an attack from the Indians Col and Mrs Whitloya initials appca over tho front door and are formed of glazed brick but in later years a veranda has been constructed over tho Initials and they are jnvislbje jp years past there was a beautiful avenue thnt extended from the house to the road The avenue was three quarters of a mile In length and a half mile In breadth Kathcrino McAllister Middle ton great grand daughter of Col Whitley When tho stomach heart or kldno nerves get weak Ui9n these organs always full Dont drug the stomach nor stimulate tho heart or kidneys That Is simply a makeshift Got prescription known to druggists ov arywhore as Drt Shoops restorative The restorative Is prepared oxprosst roe those weak Inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build them up with Ir Shoops restorative tablet or liquid and ace how quickly hob ivjll come Free sample test sent III bv Dr Shoop Racine WIs Your hoaldth surely worth this slm Ile test Pennys Drug Store The caiio pending against Mayor C E Woods of Richmond for inspect- Ing a suit case in tho early days of local option was taken up by tho gram ury and after investigation was dis nlssed In addition the grand jury passed a resolution and ordered it entered on record indorsing all tho Mayor had done in his efforts to catch am punish tho evaders of local option A Methodist Minister Recom mends Chamberlains Cough Remedy We have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy In our homo for iovon years md It has always proven to bon rp iablo remedy Wo have found that It irpuld do more than the manufactur erH olilra for It It Is especially good Cor croup and whooping coughIlo- vas A Lewis pastor Mllaca Minn M E church Chamberlains Cough temcdy Is sold by all Druggists Let mo kiss those tears away he egged tenderly Sho fell for it and hems busy for tho next 15 minutes And yot tho tears flowed on Can nothing stop them ho asked breathlessly sad Nope she murmured Its hay aver you know But go on with the rcatment Cleveland Leader Reliable Remedy rL- A ForCroup Mrs S Roslnthal of Turner Mich- Igan says Wo have used Cham- berlaIns Cough Medicine for ourselves and children for several years and like It very much I think it Is- tho only remedy for croup and can Ighly recommend It For sale by- all DruggistsI t NEWS NOTES Jacksonville III voted for prohibition and 30 saloons will be closed Miss Nellie Woodward fell into an open collar at Vino Grove and was fatally injured- Engagements of foreign gold for the United States have reached above tho 30000000 mark At her official trial the British torpedo boat destroyer Mohawk attaine tho record speed of 3134 knots an hourJames R Boyd cashier of the Huntsville Bank and Trust Company of HunUville Ala committed suicide by shootingKentucky fared well in the award of medals at the Jamestown Exposition winning 10 gold and many silver and bronze medals McVickere Theater the oldest play house in Chicago and one of the four or five oldest in the United States passed its fiftieth birthday Alex Johnson a Negro who had been indicted for criminal assault was take from jail at Cameron Tex by a mob and hanged in the courthouse yard In a statement at Nashville Thorns S Bush says he killed Dr McF Allen because Mrs Bush told him she had been criminally assaulted by the physi cianJames M Allaway a commission merchant of Los Angeles Cal was killed by a burglar at tho residence of his brother Edward Allaway in Chi cagoGen William Booth of the Salvation Army addressed a large audience In Carnegie Hall New York It was tho farewell address of his visit to America and he was given a great ovation Joe Dean an 18 year old boy caller Julia Johnson a girl also in her teens to the door of her boardinghouse at Norfolk Va and shot her He they shot himself in tho temple Both will dieThe steamer City of Birmingham of the Ocean Steamship Company struck a ledge in tho Boston harbor while bound out for Savannah and sank In 10 fathoms of water The crew escaped Because he had been refused the hand of a pretty country girl Jesse Cummings of Davies county placed the barrel of a shotgun in his mouth and with a stick pushed the trigger Ills head wasjjown off Tho first shipment of gold recently engaged abroad reached New York 8000000 arriving on the Kron Prinzessin Ceciiie This is one of tho largest gold consignments ever received and it is counted on to exert a salutary Influence in increasing the stock of available fundsNight riders burned two houses on the farm of a Mr Hendrix in Trigg county after forcing him to leave his home and show them where the build ings were located One of the houses was occupied and tho tenants were forced to leave and remove their furni ture after which the torch was applied He Fought at Gettysburg David Iarker of Fayetto N Y who lost a foot at Gettysburg writes Kleetrtc Bitters have done me moro good than any medicine 1 ever took For several years I had stomach trouble and paid out much money for medicine to little purpose until I began taking Electric Bitters I would not take 500 for what they have done fur tae Grand tonic for time aged and for female weaknesses Great al Locative and body builder sure cure For lame back and weak kidneys Guaranteed by Pennys Drugstore SOc The stayat home vote did ItIf This Is what Judge S W Hager Gov J C W Bcckham State Chairman Henry B lines and a score of other Democrats at State headquarters say concerning the falling off in the Democratic vote sported from nearly every county in ho State The Republicans did not show any Increaso over tho vote for Roosevelt or Yerkes If they declared with great earnestness The Demo rats simply stayed at home About the greatest man that ever lived in this community was Dug Skin lIIr broadminded bighearted and irilliant and yet ho died with all his talents and goodness unsuspected How did you come to find out about itT I married his widow Houston Post Wo have secured tho agency for rino Laxative Fruit Syrup tho new nxatlve that makes tho liver lively purifies tho breath cures headache and regulates the digestive organs lures chronic constipation Ask us bout It G L Penny Harvard University has received a gift of about two thousand acres of aluablo timber land as a special ad byJames IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Miss Louise Gibson aged 81 is dead in Pulaski The home of Will Hart of Middle boro was destroyed by fire William Phillips died at Richmond of lockjaw caused by a mashed ham Ills home was in Leo county The five year old daughter of Fran Davis of Madison county was burned to death while warming by a grate James Turner of Corbin shot and seriously wounded John Reese agent of the Commonwealth Insurance Company at Middlcsboro After firing u shut at his wife whic missed her Steve Short of Jessamin county turned the weapon on himself and blow his bruins out Tuesday tit 5 A M Judge E II Johnson wus on the streets with his Hurrah for huger Wednesday at 830 A M the same gentleman was on the same streets wearing crepeLot don Sentinel Mn Ann Hope Rupleyof near Perry vine died Friday after a lingering ill ness of several months The decease was In her 65th year and had been a lifelong member of the Presbyterian church Advocate The Kentucky Telephone 8s Tele graph Co has been incorporated at Lancaster with a capital of 10000 and the following stockholders J W El more H V Bastin H T Logan J I Hamilton and Frank B Marksbury The new enterprise opened for business on Nov 4 and is to continue thro a term of 25 years Clyde Campbell was killed his father W R Campbell was seriously wounded Policeman Michael Murphy was fatally shot and Policeman Marion Smith seriously wounded In a pistol bat tie In Lexington The officers had ar rested W R Campbell a republican candidate for councilman for carrying n pistol when Clyde Campbell Interfered and started the shooting The elder Campbell formerly lived in the Cingsville section of this county After a few months of failing health and a short illness Judge Richard C Warren died at his home in Stanford surrounded by most of the members of- his largo family Judge Warren was a prominent figure of the Stanford bar and in politics of the Eighth district lIe served the county of his adoption as Representative in the Legislature mas tor commissioner and was county judge at the time of his death making a record of honesty and efficiency He was a brother in law of Ex Gov Bradley and brother of Dr Ike Warren of Som ersct For many years he wore the soubriquet of Honest Dick and was ever true to his friends and to the people who honored him with their suffrage and confidence Somerset Journal A Hard D PayI owe adebt of gratitude that can lover be paid off writes G S Clark of Westflold Iowa for my rescue rom death by Dr Kings New Dis overy Both lungs were so seriously Tccted that death seemed imminent then I commenced taking New Dis overy Tho ominous dry hacking ough quit before the first bottle was used and two more bottles made a complete cure Nothing has ever qualed Now Discovery for coughs olds and all throat and lung corn plaints Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 50c and elfTrial bottle free CHURCH MATTERS Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at tho Christian church Sunday morning Rev T W Barker will preach at ynns schoolhouse at 2 oclock Sunday afternoon Rev W G Bradford pastor of the Methodist church at London has resigned to take charge of a church at ollensberg Kansas In twenty years the timber supply In the United States on Government reserves and private holdings at the present rate of cutting will be exhausted If This announcement was made by ifford Pinchot the Government roster who has just returned from a x months Inspection trip on which he traveled 10000 miles This is Worth Remembering As no ono Is Immune every person should remember that Foleys Kidney Curo will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that Is not beyond tho reach of medicine The States West of tho Mississippi possess a combined wealth of more than 23000000000 and the States cast of thatjriver 80000000000 Army worms are so numerous between Campbell Mo and Nemons Ark that railway traffic hasbecn interrupted the- worms making thejrail slippery Cocoa importations into the United States are now averaging more than 000000 a month against 250000 per month a decade ago Holiday suggestions I AtOnly 42 more shopping days before iiDlI4 is Ideal Xmas Offerings Diamonds Watches Rings Brooches Silverware Cut Glass Clocks China Bronze and Gilt Novelties at W H Muellers STANFORD KY 0SB on i C Nt 1- JQ 3 1 0r U CD N trtD 0 1 og 17en r 0T 11roUUa C JJcJJ U CDU1= I 1 U aicD 1 CDrF00 r ZiiObt1 SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc F I SausageSeasoning Hog Box Bottoms Meat Cutters and Sausage Stuffers Raisins Currants Dates Prunes Shelled Almonds Evaporated Apples and Peaches at W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky ti e Books Wall Paper ZW11Foorw B McRobertt DRUGGIST 11 STANFORD I 1NNtirh ik Nf 1 tPEBSOKAii supervision givcnto all Prescriptions po J it c T J The Interior Journal c I Co WALTON JOHN J MOSER Is n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln eounty subject to the action of the DtJllocrntio party M BRUCE Iin candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the DelUocrntio party ifJAMES Co HAYS Ii a enndldnto for Jailer of Lincoln eountr subject to the action of the Uetnocrn party D C ALLEN tysubject the action Assessor of thetDrnioerst- party TUB election has come and gone just as has been the case for years nnd years but tho rcsuKIs what hurts just now Willson and his entire lot of republican running mates have been elected bv a majority of 10000 or 15000 and r the great State of Kentucky now stnnds in tho republican column to her shame be it said What caused the change of affairs we can not say and will leaVe to wiser heads to explain That is neater here nor there The republics have won and are on top and we must make the best of it Most of us lived through Bradleys regime and Taylor reign of terror and are preparedfor the worst May the good Lord help us to stand with fortitude what is in store for us for the next four years Mr Willson or Gov Willson as we should say is a smart fellow but are informed that he is a republican of the bloody shirt variety and a parts san in all the word implies The democrats have made it possible to have such a governor and on them the blame does and should fall We can but believe that Tuesdays election was bad for Kentucky but what has been done ha been done and we must make the best of the situation ALTHOUGH tho Legislative candidate on the democratic ticket were dcfcate inmany counties and districts the next Legislature which meets Jan 1 will be democratic on joint ballot about This insures the election of Gov Beck ham to the U S Senate for which let us all join in giving thanks Tim CourierJournal says that the Legislature will bo democratic on join ballot but that Gov Beckham hasnt a ghost of a show to be elected Senator The wish is father to the thought The CourlerJournal is only bolting Gov Beckham like it did Bryan and others TimE Eighth District went for Halter 1421 which wasnt big things but fully as good as the rest of the Congressional districts in the State The First gave less than 5000 majority The Sev- enthe district gave 5640 IN his effort to seek notoriety Rev W D Nowling pastor of the Third Baptist church in Owensboro denounced in strong terms skating rinks The old gentleman must be too old to learnt skate SHANKS as Representative and Beck ham as U S Senator are the only crumbs of comfort we got or will get A half loaf is better than no bread Wi return thanks for what was handed us JUDGE HAGER made a gallant fight and would have made a great governor but the people would not give him a show Theyll regret it before many moons wax and wane LOUISVILLE voters said by a majority of 4683 that they do not want an op en Sunday James P Grinstead defeated Owen Tyler democrat for may or by those figuresD- EMOCRATS may cat turkey on Thanksgiving day but the thanks they will give for the lemon they got Tues day will be few and far between t TilE mugwump CourierJournal is keeping up its fight on Gov Beckham hoping to defeat him for U S Senator To hades with such a paper- POLITICAL Shelby county did poorlyonly 498 democraticAnd stood Lincoln county in the columnrRepublican was elect ed Mayor of Covington v Judge John M Lassing was reelected appellate judge by a good majority Hugh Mahin democrat was elected Representative by 17 votes in Jessa p mineJohn Skain was elected mayor of Lex ington by 632 He defeated Col W K MilwardThe Democratic Governor of Mississippi is a dyedinthewool Pro hibitionist Anderson county went 204 for Hager and 85 for Dowling democrat for Representative Garrard county republican elected Wfnn Representative over George T I Farrislby324Col Markbreit Republican was elected Mayor of Cincinnati by a large majority Bully for Boyle She gave Hager a majority of 216 and elected Col E W Lillard Representative by 114 t a t r vlc1IGuild and all John 0 Sheatz Republican of Philadelphia was elected State Treasurer of Pennsylvania by a large majority Louisville will have one democrat in the next LegislatureChris Mueller who got in by the skin of his teeth Bless old Casey county She only gave the republicans 60 majority It will be a democratic county bye and byeRhode Island has reelected Governor James H Higgins Democratic candi for Governor his plurality renchlng 2309 Mayor Tom L Johnsen was agnin elected mayor of Cleveland 0 lIe beat Theodore Burton republican over 8000Madison county gave Republicans 45 majority except John B Chenault Cor Clerk of the Court of Appeals who carries the county by 200 majority Harry A Schoberth democrat was elected Representative of Woodfo county by 133 Geo B Saufley madeI n number of speeches in Woodford The election in Virginia was only for candidates to both branches of the Legislature Tho Democrats will control both houses by the usual majorit Secretary of War Taft will abandon his European tour and return directly to the Pacific coast He will leave Manila Nov 9 for Yokohama and thence home 0 L Moore proved his patriotism by traveling nearly 2000 miles at a cost of ibout30 to register and vote tho democratic ticket in Louisville Somersi Journal In New York City the Tammar andidates were victorious over tho Independence League nominees by large majorities and Max Ihmsen wns Icfeated for Sheriff For the first time in her history Marion county elected a republican Representative T C Jackson was elected over J Barr by 139 Hager carrie Marion by a small majority The Legislature is safely democratic and I have no doubt of my electio as Senator I am greatly disappointed at the defeat of tho State ticket lov J C W Beckham to a reporter for the Louisville Post The nextlgovernor of Kentucky will be inaugurated on the first Monday in ecember which will be Dec 2 The leutenant governor will take the oath of office at the same time The re naming officers of the State will enter upon their duties in accordance with the State law on the first Monday in January which will be Jan 6 CRAB ORCHARD Mrs Bessie Browning of Livingsta is with her mother Mrs Kate Magee The prayer meeting which starte orae mnoths ago is gaining in interest and we hope much good will result The epidemic of measles has about run its course and once snore the treets which for a time were void of- the happy shouts and laughter of the oungstersabound with boisterous glee The Masonic building is near completion and is one of the finest and handsomest buildings of its size In the State J R Edmiston is making fine prolt ress with his new storeroom he is putting up It is expected that befor long Sam Tatem will commence the erection of a modern storeroom on the corner where his building was burned The prospects of Crab Orchard are brighter than ever before and we vite the attention of all homeseeker who desire a haven of rest The election has passed the day of events has gone to the short end of eternity and that feeling of dread which has a hold more or less upon alt- hearts just before and during the election is now relieved by a quieter feeling The day passed in Crab Orchard with but very little discord the fight being waged hard and unceasingly but In the best of spirits not intoxicants and good will amongst all There was- very little drunkenness considering the- the number of coal oil cans jugs and- other modern modes of carrying booze that had been making the circuit to Walkers booze shop There seems to be a bonanza in the whisky realm close to the quart house and the infantry of the coal oil can brigade march with unsteady step to and from the rendezvous There is considerable annoyance given to the public in general owing to- theway whisky is being sold to men- who are only partners in the buying A- club is made up of a number of men- and one of the number goes and buys- five gallons of whisky He takes the whisky and goes back of the quart house and places his barrel or demijohn in a conspicuous place takes out his allotted portion and leaves the rest for his fellow partners who go and get- their divy Then the coal oil cans- jugs and buckets are sampled several times before they reach the center of- town By that time they are so drunk- thnt were it not for fences andjides of buildings the gutter would be their bed- The people of Crab Orchard have an ordlnnnce similar to the one the Stnn- ford people want passed and it is hoped that the board of councilmen who- have boys verging onto the whisky age- wl1l act on this ordinance as men of- honor men of courage and men who- wl11 do all in thenpower to wipe out tbe nuisance and evil thatsurrounds us dl k A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoop Cough Cure And It Is so thoroughly harmless and safe that Dr Spool tells mothers everwhero to give it without hesitation oven to very young babes The wholesome green leave and tender stems of a lunghealln mountainous shrub furnish the euro the properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heel the sore and sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or sup press Simply a resinous plant ex tract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub vhlc tho doctor usesliTho Sacred Herb II Demand Dr Shoops Take no oth er Pennys Drug Store The Republican candidates in Lex ington and Fayette county have decided to contest the election of the Democratic ticket The seats of Klali and Combs in the General Assembly will also bo contested Appendicitis Is duo In a largo measure to nbuso o1 thu bowels by employing drastic pur erativos To avoid all danger use only Dr Kings Now Life Pills the safe gontlocleansers and InvIporaVprs Guaranteed to cure headache bilious ness malaria and jaundice at Pennys Drug Store 26o Frank S Katzonbach Jr democrat has conceded the election of John F- Fort the republican nominee for governor of New Jersey The plurality of Gov Curtis Guild Republican in Massachusetts was 01351 the largest given since 1S9S When a bank fails a woman gets mad with her husband because he doesnt heck out his money right away Latest returns show that the Senate will stand 22 to 16and the House 52 to 48 In favor of the democrats PUBLIC SALE I I will tell on the Henry Anderson farm tear uOIon on HATUUDAY tOVIIIM- n fine sixyearold mare wellbroke nod In oat to Jack good horse 0 years old well roke74 mess of hemp In shouk new ultlvator head of hogs a set of wagon tear two bug lee farming Intplententund household and kltrhen furniture lIAlUIKTHW ilI FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A line blur grnu farm for safe lf iwted on new pike near Point Leaven and six miles outb of I incniter contulnlnR tit gurus rail located In good neighborhood being tart of the John r tnict with n band some new two tory evenroom residence hereon recently completed with all out good new born 4nitw Well bUlhllllfnnd falling spring and creek unnlng through TKBM cah In hand balance one and wo yeari of safe bearing six per untilcent Interest paid Persons looking for tuch place please rrlto K M and Iwilielle Walker living on- tnrm nt Ioint Uaveil or W 0 Walker tnnfonl Ky Isabella P H M and W O Talker Point Iavell Ky The only Boot or Shoe sold in STANFORD Tanned the Old Fashioned Way and Can be Gotten Only from H J McROBERTS TRY The Frankfort State Journal The Democratic Stale Organ during the coming campaign It Will Keep You Posted It will give you the latest and most reliable news every day toW P Walton Frankfort Ky NOTICE I HitvliiR decided to iltisolvo imrtnerihl wodeilroto thank our many patrons their liberal patronage and ailc nil who IIro Indebted to us to settle at once Hespct 1HUITT 111108 Good Business for Sale My property and general stock of rues will sell atonce nod 1110 furthcinformation Miirksbur y FOR SALE Fiftysix acres of llluo Urnn hand In IIt coin county an tho Ilhelbv city and hull vllle A Htapford short plko tint about acme In line locust posts U nt power t III cultivation It it lute tract of band an very desirable torn small farm Coil on or HddrOM W M nlHOIJ- unction City Icy TINNING A PLUMBING REPAII SHOP I have oixned n tlnnlnK and plumblnt rpectfufly th ulharodof Htrnuo utaiul an iiika your imtromi pronitKlug n riHMmuui price PultKKNtttniifoni McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors I 1tI M ami manufacturer of OrallllI- IIKI Mnrbto Monuuivnu Klrit lAas Work st ItMHemilite 1rleot oilleo ami Work MoKlnufj Ky SUop elusl on Hnturdny POSTED VewhoM names appear below itrlctl orbtd hunting tubing or nn kind of tre wishing an our places and will prosecute vl olntora to the full eitent of the law Alex too tr Mrs Mary 1erpIHI- na Walter Warren tn tattle Hlinimm hires Tlutley Kpooniitnor r w Carter lien Martin M K Lawrence lieu ben CurtU L Hooker J M Iettui Ttlttee Morcnnbapi ell Ainandt McunotTer rein Ktlrrln J I IloIlMlaw n W llMty- KaIrs JK rulllnin L 1ulllBin IVter Kuthvrlna Adoi IIlIlmerlIn A Oltnnnoi ante NUA h J Sevln Oarter U M llaek Joseph Hnllou Mr 111 Lytle Mrs Jill Ilnlnno- J Cnmenlneh JntMrtKinturIt W I Martin TbotupsonTttontus No charge for exnnunauon ouelntUIInl ly testing ryes b uptonlate methods Ire ktrrlptlon sli ground to Mt In any style frame or skeleton mounting work and material guiirnntwU Mitufactor locohlln gotvLItllKy Joseph 3244 Vol I Is bred and has been accepted for re- iIrtryinthu tint volume of Tim Amerlci Swine Uecord Association Ikw- undertherulesofthensocintlon and will bo No Mil nuabovu Mire No y dam Alexandra No Hire of Hire fnplc Iailtl Hruce 00 rtw darn of Hlreanudi- rNellle51 Hire of dam Kentucky Doe No 17SI IIRII of dart Oolden Dajt lini It is wel known tlmt tho Tiunwortlr Hwlne U the hlitliett prlceiwlne on tho market Ills alre ltdnwliilisfrftYIeghaStlunilcrosses Iilm at caste Htanford Ky DEAD GAME If you will bring your tuna and Revolve to me and lot na put them In Hr tcln condition I hove hail J4 tlin extwrleiv in that busIness I put new handles on Razor Blados Forrols on Walking Canos and Repair Umbrellas Make n specialty of fitting nil kind of key to all kind of nil kinds reiilrlnv on blcyclei and keep In stock nil kind of blc clo repairs Olve me n trial and you will b intuited POM KM AY- liri N Third Bt Danville Ky Central Kentucky Real Estate Exduni TITLE CO WnYlleabUrgJllkelIenr er outbuilding nice orchard Thliprope ty is near cburc and acbool house is wtJII worth the price liMp No 2150 IIcrel miles South of Crab Or chard on tho tins n two stor house good barn orchard and Iwell water ed about acre of thus land li bottot Innd and produces nile cropst bargain III 5 cash balance In ono aid two year No3WI acres on Suck Creek near Wa neiburg irooin house horn anil other out building plenty of water Onsh prlcu fi No 108 acrei near IAye Green hock Cllltill Thli farm ban n now i itory frame house would cost to build now H u good loin crib Ac located nea church std school Thli U n nice home ROIl cnn bo bought for ilo per acre K cash re nuinder In months No frlffl acres adjoining the above farms IIil acres in on of room orihnrdty Price WfM half cilih balance and rears No 611 acres adjoining farnu Not 4 am 6 cures In cultivation balance in Urn her Good Willie hickory and lomo lbu edar 1I0s 2story log huto and good orch ord well watered Oash price POO- ONo1JJ ucrci near Maretsburg Ky Ji ncres In cultivation good dwelling muse anti anti necesuiry outbuilding hue wutci lind school church and H H station Price alAI 34 cash bulanca in ono and two jenr No 8211 acre near Oonwny Ky neon lilt of this farm Is bottom land nile for corn olld meadow very good dwelling house now urn and other buildings on county road t lillie trot Korea College Oash price pf 000No a 63 acrei on Drakes Greek 0 tapes from Grab Orchard This farm adjoins the Ito anti Is a part of the Oeo Evans farm hlris line land and In good condition ull ecessary buildings Thli is a bargain at toper acre No 11H acres near Htanford Ky in nice shape with Iecellury bulldlnglte j1I1I be bought worth tho money for full particulars In regard to all the nOOvll torah see or write It Hughes or Jumes I White HtabfordKy r walkover UOCker1u It is useless for us to go into detail about these two ifems You all know them They are as old here as my business In all kinds of leathers and styles Walkover Shoes 350 4 and 5 Rocker Bootees 5 Sold onlY by us sesaslt i H J McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY Every Box of Paper now in stock from 25c to 75c is entirely new and of the latest Fallstyles We take pleasure in showing it to you PENNYS DRUG STORE Btanfordi Kentucky o The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See E T PENCE STANFORD KY j Banzai Tooth PowderJ Is Hard to Beat I Try It I I Only 25 Cents STANFORD DRUG CO l Union Suits Boys mid Girls Union Suits in cream color or grey well made with twin needle stitch at 25c Boys Union Suits in tho Vallastic Utica make at 50 and GOc Girls Union SuiteAllinnco ribbed very soft and fleeced at 50 nail COc Hoys heavy fleeced Shirts and Drawers at 25o per garment STANFOHD Kv Nov fi 1907 neloc Drug Store PERSONALS BEN WBARBN came hqn e to vote a MR J M ALVEnsoN spent yostdrday in Lexington Mn T H SMILEY or Lexington was here Tuesday Mns J M COAKLEY of Campbolls ville is with relatives hire MR A H BApTI of Lancaster tool yesterdays tram for Jelllco FRED Nicitoia tells us that ho has a fine now daughter at his home GEORGe U DUNN is up from Mobile Ala with his mother and sisters MR W T FLANIGAN of Lebanon Junction visited Rowland friends MR SAM SEBrER who is living In Indianapolis Is here with old friends MRS SUSAN LEAR of Lancaster is tho guest of her daughter Mrs J A DudderarMISS tiM DYE of the White Oak neighborhood was tho guest of Mrs J tA Chappell CJIAB NORTH of Chicago is with his parents Mr and Mrs M F North In the West End MR W 0 WALKER te back from Mississippi whore ho visited his father Mr A K Walker Mnssrts Q U JONW Mlddloburg and W D D Hays of Waynesburjr were callers Wednesday MRS JuyA HUGHES returned yeller day from a visit to her daughter Mrs E T Carter at Evansvlllo Ind MR J E DUDS and wife of Somer set attended tho burial of Mrs Martha Milton Reynolds at Goshen Tuesday MR L R HUGHE had the mlsfor tune to sprain one of his ankles the other day and ho has been on crutches MAGGIE J MARTIN left for Green Wednesday to enter Llccio and Clinton Martin In MR M P ELKIN of Lexington who once rode 1300 miles to vote for Bryan for president came over to vote as he usually MR JOHN BRIGHT JR and little son a Burdctt Bright of Somerset spent sov oral days with relatives here Mr B came up io vote MR D R CARPENTER of Nashville spent Wednesday with his brother Dr- were Carpenter friends delighted to have himawith them again MR JAMES F GRINSTEAD who was elected Mayor of Louisville on tho re publican ticket is an uncle of Mrs J W of this city We are glad to State however that Mrs Ireland and her uncle do not agree politically LOCALS GET our prices on single and double I barrel shot guns before you buy Goo- D Hopper DROP In Monday county court day and tell us some news about anything except politics IIARMONY CONCERT COMPANY Friday night Nov 8 Seats on sale at W B McRobcrtaDrug Store DR A S PRICE will be at his office regularly from now on Ills office hours are from 9 A M to 3 r u IaIT Is a fine to kill quail before Nov 1C Some of the Nimrods of this coun ty seem to be of the opinion that it is right to kill partridges now n NEWS comes that lIon Den B King will contest the election of his opponent Mr W II Shanks but wo dont believe a word of It Mr King Is a man of too much good horsosenso to at tempt so foolish a thing r I TWENTY Mammoth Bronzo Toms raised from a turkey that weighed 31 pounds at eight months for sale They are of tho Landrigon Ferguson and Conger strain Mrs J E Lynn Stanford HUNTER HOUSE has bought tho Sutton farm three miles from llter on the Danville pike and back to Garrard Jan 1st to the regret of the many friends he has made In this county tTAKE I NOTICEI required by law to issued a tax warant aga inst all l delinquents who fail to pay their taxes by Nov 15th Therefore pay now and t save extra expense of warrant and your property being sold T J Hill sheriff Lincoln county J TIIBSE are delightful Fall days bright and cool L08T between J E Lynns and Sam GdOD news ladles We now have every pattern In tho McCnll catalogue Full stock just In Severance Son We sell the Kara van Roast ed Coffee Try a pound Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded Goo- D Hopper THE Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for solo at a bargain Write or apply for particulars an prices TUB andForeign Missionary Society of tho Methodist church will meet today with Mrs C R Colema- In all day meeting The members ar requested to come by 10 A M FOR RENT Storeroom in lively Central Kentucky town Especially adapted for restaurant but good loran y kind of merchandlso business Living rooms above Apply or write to this office OVERCOME DY GAS Martin whose father lives In Danville was ov ercome by gas in Kings Mountain tunnel and was taken to his home in a dan geroua condition Ho was firing on a freight train IN the magisterial racesin the Mid dl burg district of Casey county our correspondent Mr Thomas S Benson defeated our old friend Mr W P Keo ney one vote Tho race was a very exciting one I WILL sell In front thenext Monday court day at 2 P M my gentlo pony and phaeton and harness Ho is a fine animal for school children or aged people being absolutely gentle and kind Mm Mary Burch Go to D V Kennedy Co for meal ships tuff and flour They make prices any hour Their custom is great their mill is small they are anxious to grind for one and all Tho corn is ripe the wheat Is plenty the price of shl stuff is one and twenty Mn I SHELRY TEVIS of the Shelb City section was thrown from his ri In a runaway Monday and rendered un conscious for some time Ho was pick ed up and taken home and it was not until tho following day that his mind was entirely clear Ho was painfully but not dangerously hurt we are glad to state JUNCTION CITY people should by all means attend the amateur entertain ment to be given there tonight Friday Nov 8 by Miss Jones and a number of Junction City people They will present Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch a charming play The pro ceeds will go to tho Christian church of that place AN effort was mad a to defeat the new town ticket by writing the names of a number of prominent citi zens on tho ballot but it was of nd avail Tho council elected Is composed of tho following gentlemen J R Bcazley W B McKinney Geo B Saufloy Mark Hardin J C McClary and Edgar Wilkinson and they ought to do big things for Stanford- REYNOLDSThe mains of Mrs Martha Hilton Reynolds who died a MIddlcsboro Monday were brought to this placo Tuesday afternoon and taken to Goshen and interred Mrs Roy nolds lived near Rowland for many years and thof riends she made there and elsewhere sorrow at her death She is survived by a number of children in cluding Mrs Malcolm House of Lan caster Tim fourth number in the lecture c jurso for this season was a marked success as was evident by the encores demanded by tho audience for each of the 12 numbers on tho program of tho Harmony Concert Company These ladles render an evenings entertainment in which the voice violin flute viola and piano are used to advantage In solos duets and quartettes present ing such a variety of rftmbcrs that each is awaited with a new interest and the personnel of tho company represents a standard of efficiency that permits an entertainment of merit Tyrone Pa Dispatch Hear this excellent company at Waltons Opera louse this Friday evening Nov 8 Jack Frost Will Get You if You Dont Watch Out What a comfortable feeling it is to get into a suit of nice warm under wear these cool mornings Wo have the kind that fits the figure and keeps out the jhilly winds Wo can furnish you with any kind you want and at reasonable prices Our hobby is to sea how good a garment we can sellat 25c BOcand SlOO II SEVERANCE SON STANFORD uptoidate IMRS IMR stemwlndlngI SEe VI H Muellers ad Go to the Misses VanDoveer for styl lab and uptodate millinery RBMBMRER not to forget that Friday night Nov 8 is tho date of the Harmony Concert Company Let all who are interested in high class enter tainment attend and encourage a laud able work It will be worth your while to hoar the splendid music FOR SALEA new traction engine one separator self feeder and wind stacker One saw mill with 300000 feet of logs to saw at 60c per 100 The owners only reason for selling Is on ac machineryd13000 It can bo bought for a very low price See or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky nThant are several applicants for tho office of county judge to quccccd Judge R C Warren deceased including Judge James P Bailey lIon J s Owsley Jr and Mr Joshua D Swope All are good men and either would fill the office with credit We trust Gov Bcckham will not postpone tho appointment of Judge Warrens successor any longer than is practical IT looks as if the fiscal court will have to order a now courthouse built if we get one The taxpayers have had three opportunities to say by their votes that they want a new temple of justice but they have answered no each time Whats tho use of further delay The county Is In as good shape to build now as it will be later Let the fiscal court act and act at once Tim election of Mr W H Shanks to the Legislature makes us feel good all over Ills majority Is 142 which while not half as large as it ought to be will suffice The democracy of Lincoln county honored Itself by voting for such a clean hightoned gentleman as Mr Shanks is linger only carried the county by nine but it should have been 900 Tho courthouse proposition was defeated for tho steenth time t To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN The barn aud contents of my mother Mrs Isaac Hamilton which were destroyed by fire last Friday Nov 1 and which Afahonygdays after the fire The company pay ing tho loss was the GlensFalls of New York and I take this opportunity of thanking Mr Mahony and the adjuster Mr Riker for the prompt and satis factory settlement W D Gooch ad ministrator Nov 5 1907 HONOR ROLL of Stanford Graded School for October Grade 1 Mary Brackett Clara Cash Sarah A Corminey Tilden Cooper Bal Icy Dawes Rachel Hill Louise Lynn Ralph Meadows Virgil Moore John R McKinney Wm Reinhart Nannie Sin gleton Sadie Walls Annette Wearen Sadie Wearen Grade 2 Florence Dawes Minnie Hardin Nancy McKinney Clarence Singleton Claiborne Walton Grade 3 Matsy Grimes Nellie W Hill Lottie W McKinney Jean Pax ton Martha Rancy Hartwell Shanks Myrtle Turner Grade 4 Bessie Brackett Frances Brackett Wm Carson Harry Farmer Tilhe Goldstein Ruth Hardin Bessie Moore Bessie Pendleton Efllo Wall JosephinetDocia Hardin Anna D McRoberts Mary M Raney Verner Rout Mamie Singleton Gertrude Wilkinson Willie Wilkerson Ewalt Givens Boycc Hunn Coleman Lutes John T McAlister Blain Newland Joe Mc Nowland Jas Owsley Lindsay Rankin Hobart White Bessie Wilkinson Grade 6 Marion Grimes Catherine Gentry Lena Traylor Arthur Turner Miller Hill Ruby Jones Mannie Mob ley Hattie Walls Grade 7 Katie Cass Kittio Jones Kate Kennedy Virginia Mahony Mary E McKinney LucvLee Walton Zula Eads Ella Warren James Cooper Ar nold Foreman Grade 7 Morrison Bright Annie L Gentry Willie Moors Maud Stone John M Waters Maranda White FreshmenAnnie Floyd Elizabeth Higgins Joseph Hopper Wallace Sin gletonSophomoreThomas Bright Grady TuckerJuniorBerta Jean Penny SeniorJohn Downer Orestus Floyd IT only costs 25c to pest your land but cash must invariably accompany the order Tim wonLancaster by a big majority Mr Hugh T Logan headed it for mayor f WANTED carload of walnuts and hickory nuts Will pay highest market price H B Northcott Stanford It The finest Coffee Substitute over made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis You dont have to boll It 20 or 30 minutes Made In a minute says the doctor Health Coffee Is really tho closost Coffee imitation over yet produced Not a grain of real coffee Inlt either Health coffee Imitation Is made from pure toasted cereals or grains with malt nuts etc Really It would fool an expert wore ho to unknowingly drink It for coffee Pennys Drug Store A most brilliant event in Danville So ciety was the wedding of Miss Alleno Fox daughter ofJMr and Mrs C C Fox to Rev J Rockwell Smith of Henderson FOR RENTIacres bottom land on the Htunford h lluitonvllle tike nt JIuitonvllle HOUKO lot good tarn and outbuildings 15 nrrci In Tlmotby tutndow tlit balance ton In oati in the Hprlng ILATIntt i Mill KLLA n No1 Wlllliburg Washington Uo Ky STOREHOUSE AND MERCHAN DISE FOR SALE I dttlrv to ell privately lilY tori liou o nnd lcmlld stock of nvrttl nierclmndifw ut Jltilfiwvllle Most ol the good art now and the stuck It clean With to tell ntoncu M IIH JOE H It1C- lIledgevllle Ky STORE ROOM IN STANFORD FOR SALE willIf not sold privately I tell at public auction ut JDEOMtItoreroomlnford It U occupied by the poitoillce and la the most centrally locntvu storeroom In town bolng directly opposite tho court lioiuo nnd on Mnln street This storeroom has u tide room and a lld basement Iondnlmiulnnt ground for a large ware houser Will nUo sell nt onme time ai acres of knob land MHS MATT1K V KIH11Y- Htnnford Ky c c= = THEATRE TALK NO I Plays whose prominent features are love heart interest heroism comedy pathos vice and virtue always find popular favor i i They are sought after by theatre GreetI n Play goers who appre f elate real merit That IB whyuA Dangerous Friend an original melodrama booked to appear in this town has met with euch success It contains five acts and the scenesare laid in the United States Various types of life good and bad are introduced while the scenic display is said to be adequate THCOW UP YOUZ HANDS OR IU iliOOT It is not tht usual murderous melodrama and claptrap comedy that we usually see in class but a beautlfultory- well told by a tl1oroughly competent company and shown in a setting that Is seldom excelled It needs no apology for it is equal in construction of many a melodrama that has enjoyed a long lease of life The story is a trite one of rascality and innocence This piece has won merited wherever presented and Is something UItOUthItheatregoers of this city THE MANAGER SAYS HE WILL GIVE YOU YOUR MONEYS WORTH OR YOUR MONEY TIACK USUAL PRICES WillPREVAIL Waltons Opera House Nov 22 0Ladies Union Suits Ribbed fleeced at 85cand 50c Ladies set snug Union Suite button I across or down front soft as velvet at 81 Ladies Oneita Union Suits at 81 Ladies set snug pants and vests all sizes regular and extra SOc per garment Ladies Peeler Vests and Pants at 25o per garment liens Fleeced or Heavy Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers 45 and 50c Lansdown t Fleece Shirts and Drawers at 75c South East Corner Main and Depot Streets I HOLIDAY GOODS Ttt See our Persian Fancy Roman Striped Holly No I 2 Fancy VelvetsSa- tin hud Baby Ribbons just the thing for fancy articles for Xmus Wo have tho China Silks in red green pink blue and yellow at 50c Also Navy Blue and Light Blue Taffeta at 81 Velvets in blue red green and brown at 81 TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes I Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY HouseI h Raincoats and- Overcoats e For Men and Youngl Fellows If you are thinking of buying dont wait Come and see our line The styles are correct and the prices are right 4 raa W B Perkins Crab OrchardIKentucky The Lid IJ J The Lid I The Lid yt It is oil on prices at the Emporium at Huslon = tevj ville We are price fighters j =oo F f Your Lid t Be sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected the cream of the market for you Come cud bo convinced in this line Wo undersell everybody CLOAKSLadies Misses and Childrens We can you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from Prices to suit all We carry a general line Clothing Boots and Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If you have never worn a pair of I wonder that you have been so disappointed Try ME27 years selling Shoes Our Fall and Winter stock is now full and complete Come and inspect our stock I know I can do you good Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter The KARANON is here not in Cages but in Packages essust 0 IGeo De Hoppers Stanford Ky s L Ii r- J The Interior Journal Entered the Pott Office at Stanford t tecmdclcut matter rCBUSHHD TUESDAYS AND TRIDXV AT 100 PER YEAR CASt When not so paid 1100 will be charge LN TIME TABLE No r1 Month UsSl PM No SI HOUth P No SI North4Xl A X NoKXortbSlT p JOS S RICE Agent Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Food and Solo Stable Lancaster Ky NOTICEAny i Stretcher can Newlandnt Stanford He 1m i one he wIll tbow you and take your order and will nil tbe same on short notice BTLUJf8FOnD B D CARTERN- ew Livery Depot StreetPhone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A Surgeon S rEISTANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store inI the Owsley BuildingIi INSURANCE rue Lightning WindStorm Life and Accident None but the BTKONQKHT and Represented Lowest Poi ilble note Guaranteed Paying Rec raitJneqnalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 Good Farm For Sale 311 acres ol FirstClass Bluo Ira s Land Utlltlln n good neighborhood miles iron Hujtouvllle Ky and in a IIItL state of cultivation house of7 rooms halls and two large stock barns cow barn with lourtolls cribs tc The farm II well watered With plenty neverfalling large cistern at the burn wind mill furnishing water In and around the house and at both terns 1Forfullrartlenlare cull on P T Itohon Uohon Hustonvllle Ky OTBOHON t XTRAGOOD Clothes Are Made Best LET two women have the materials and one will make the better batch of i breadThe same principle applies- in clothesmaking Most boys clothing is just ordinary XTRAooop is the one best guaranteed brand because of the greater ability of the man ufacturers and better work I manshipEvery item that goes into the Norfolk and all our other yTRAQoop styles for boys must match up to the highest standard every step in the process ofmaking is a separate distinct perfect piece of wo- rkHJMcROBERTS Stanford Ky 4 PARKERS DEPARTMENT Q R Jones of Casey sold to E O Gooch 150 barrels of corn at 250 atI Itblt shock The worlds sheepshearing record is 2394 animals in nine hours This was done at Hawks Day Station In Aus triaFon SALEA fine standard rcd gelding 5 years old extra fastjfor time he has been worked B B King Mel land Fort SALE17 Bargain Counter steer calves and five yearling steers J C Bailey J W Guest Crab Orchard Ky Fully 150000000 bushels of grain are now ready to be marketed in the two Dakotas and Minnesota and there Is no money with which to do it Mt Sterling was full of suckling mules last court day and over 100 were sold Small mules brought 45 to 60 good ones 75 to 90 extragood ones 100 to 110 A red roan cow with chain tied to her came to my place some six weeks ago Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep J B Williams Mt Salem The apple crop of the United States for 1907 as estimated by the America Agriculturalist in its report to appear on November 9 isa scant 2400000 barrels materially short of last year The Green River Equity Warehouse Tobacco Company closed a deal at On ensboro by which the American Tobac co Company buys about 8000 000 pounds of tobacco which had been pooled as the 1907 crop Fire of unknown origin swept the Bourbon Stockyards near Louisville which covered a territory of 11 acres In the eastern part of the city and entailed a total loss on the yards and adjacent property estimated at 200000 Bath county farmers are experienc hard times this year since not one pound has been sold of the 400000 pounds of tobacco raised and money is very scarce No tobacco will be raise in that county in 1908 owing to action of Burley Society- A Massachusetts girl has an unusual way of calling the cows in at milkin time She sits in the stable and play on an accordion and so interested have the cattle become in the music that the minute they hear it they file into their stalls ready for milking Mrs W E Baughman will sell her farm two miles from Danville on the 21st of November to the highest bidder The farm consists of 126 acres and Is well improved She will also sell a lot of live stock and farming implement and household and kitchen furniture Sale begins at one oclock J M Roberts sold his Flat Lick farm to Green Johnson of Whitle county for 2700 Sales of cattle wero made in the bluegrass byJ M Robert as follows To W P Grimes 25 two yearold steers for 786 to Jim Woods 10 short yearlings at 15 per head to Dan Whitis 20 two year old cattle for 55 to Mrs Emma Daniel nine C501 cattle for 195Somerset Journal- A good crowd attended the horse sale of F Reid at his farm on the Hustor villa pike Wednesday Bidding was rapid and reasonably good prices rang ed the entire day Business horse brought 175 to 300 A trottingbre brood mare brought 1 510 Two young stallions by Dorsey Golddust were tak en down at 515 and 190 His black team sold for 525 Neither Dome Golddust nor Lincln Chief was offered Some 40 or 50 horses sold A fine dinner was served on the grounds Lingering Cold Withstood Other Treatment But Quickly Cured By Chamberlains Cough Remedy Last winter fraught a very sever clld which lingered for weeks says J Urquhart of Zephyr Ontarla Mj tough was very harsh and dry The local dealer recommended Chamber alns Cough Remedy and guaranteed It 1so I gave It a trial One small bottle of It cured me I believe Chamberlains Cough Remedy to be the best I mve over used This remedy is for ale by all Druggists Mrs Mary Morris died at Arthur dmonson county a fewdays ago aged 84 says the Horse Cave Gazette She had lived on the same farm 55 years and had not been off the place but three times She lived within 10 miles of the railroad and never saw a train lieI farm is half a mile from Green River yet she never saw the river but riceTrial Catarrh treatments are being maIled out free on request by Dr hoop Racine Wis These tests are roving to the peoplewithout a pen nls cost the great value of this scIentific proscription known to drug gists everywhere as Pr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by Pennys Drug tore Are you related to the bride or room elect 7 NoThen what interest have you in the ceremonyl Im the defeated candidate Household Magazine Chapped hands are quickly cured by applying Chamberlains Salve Price 25c For sale by all druggists i lfl 1f MATRIMONIAL At Laporte Ind John Wilson aged 15f and Mrs Sarah Hays 75 were mad onej Mack Sutton and Miss Bertha Floyd were united heart and hand at G H Floyds Wednesday- James H Leavell of Bryantsvilte announces the engagement of his daughter Miss Mattie Mae Leavell to Michael Robert Smith of London The prospective bride is a niece of Mrs James G Carpenter of this place The New Pure Food and Drug Law We are pleased to announce tha Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles U not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as It contains no opiates or otho harmful drugs and we recommend It as a safe remedy for children and ad ults G L Penny Kind Old GentWhat do you mean by saying your occupations gone Soulweary Samuel Theyve pulled down the hcuse I used to lean against A Significant Prayer May the Lord help you make Bucklens Arnica Salvo known to all writes J O Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took the pain out of a felon for me and cured It In a wonderfully short time tt Best on earth for sores burns and wounds 25o at pennys Drug Store- Dancing Proves Fatal Many men and women catch colds at dances which terminate In pneumonia and consumption After exposure if Foleys Honey and Tar Is tnkenn will break up a cold and no serious results need be feared Refuse any but the genuine In a yellow package G L Penny SPEND a couple hours pleasantly and I profitably by going to the Harmony Concert Cos entertainment Walton Opera House tonight Friday Nov Indigestion stomach trouble U beta symptom of ant not nitwit a true disease UjipeptU Heartburn andIndlftttlonas real disease yet- they are mil of certain speddo- Nrye IleknuanoUlInIr Itwas this tact that flrrt eorrtrtly led Dr Shoo In the creation of that now r ry popular Stomac aemedrDr Shoops Rtoratlr Ootixz direct to the stomach nerves alone brought that and favor to Dr and his RestoraUra With out that original and highly YJIAI principle no tech lasting accompUlbmU were flyer to be had For stomach distress bloating biliousness bad breath and callow complexion try Dr Bhoop UestoratlTo l bl ts or tod tea for your felt what It can and will do Wo Mil and cheer fully recommend Dr Shoops RestorativeG J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone 107 Homo Photo S3 e HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior v Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tbe United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things faIr In all thing clean in all things It U essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of fer the WEEKLY COUEIEIlOUUNALpue year and this paperSoithe prick named above Send your labicriptlon lot the com bination to assot tc the CourierJournal 50 Years An AgencySi The oldest in Central Kentucky Get iny Ilatcs be foreInsuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Ilepre Isent d Jesse D WearenT- he insurance Man Phone 2J STANFORD KY GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy rendymade clothing when there Is so little difference Hi the price of ready made mitt mid n suit made to your measure taken hy nn experienced tailor I have a handsome lino of Mall Winter good un make from n low bu lnes suit to the nn itdr ss suit Al oOrercoatiTrou in and Fancy Veils The company 1 represent is second to none UO UUILRYTheTallor Htnufonl Ky Fruit and Qrna mental Trees Shrub Grape Vines Aiparagus Jvcrything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Cat Rogue on application if F HIUEXMIYKR k Soss- Lexington Ky J l Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur niture JlattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for till Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Price Right STANFORD KENTUCKY TRIBBtE PENCE Undertakers and Embalmorsr 1 STANFORD KY i Also Furniture of AH Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frame Shades Lace Curtain and Wall Pajwr- Mr Eo T Ikazley has charge 01 the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phoiid 28 Night 166 or 133 Now to Cure Your Piles If sufferers from piles and rectal dls uses would first try a reliable laxative ike Dr Cold wells Syrup Pepsin Instead of using external salves andsupposl- torlesor having an performed heywould save themselves a o rouble expense and pain The reasons that in cases out of ten am the result habitual constipation and when once the constipation thoroughly disappearPiles what pimples are to bad blood sImply an out Aard symptom And just as face lotions irent half as good forplmptcsas a good blood medicine so au poaltodee newt half as good for piles as a rllablo tua the like Dt CaldweUs SyrupPeplln A cent or II bottle will prove these claims Ialld every druggist Is authorltcd to guarantee relultl Hundreds of people have written us hat Pr Caldwell Syrup the heat pile cure they know of and It lePurely worth a trial rom you Not only will II pure the piles but U Win permanently correct bowel trouble so that you will have reKUar movements It will tone the stomach and make digssUon easy for you Dr Caldwell Pepsin the best remedy for constipation dyspepsia biliousness aU troubles such as ftalllleacYtand disordered stomach liver or- bowtll Its gentle action and pleasant taste make It suited to children and all who Are too weak to stand punratlve waters salts aod griping powders and tablets A physic not what pile sufferers need but steady easy owel movements and these can be obtained by the use of this wonderful remedy It brings bout a permanent home cure at a minimum of xpcnse FREE TEwotatl sdyrupaPeetln tetors DrCaU wI- n can have i tree sample bottle tent to their home iddmilnff tile company Till offer It to props tllat lit emedy do u we claim and Is only own to Diets rtio hays never MkM It Send for you hire any ymptomtorutamatltlherorbowslditpse QwiBeit yet roost Sective e laxative woman and old Otto Agprtn teed permanent home cure THE BUG VERDICT Uxatlve So Good sad Sore al DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN TMl product Man purity piaranlts No 17Waililast0n 0 PEPSIN SYRUP SO U8 aldwell Bldf Montloalla III 11moreFirst National BankStamford Ky Capital Stock 50000 Toll Institution was originally established al the Deposit Bank ot Stanford III l SI tbeo reerganlted as the National Bank of Stanford In Ilea and again reorjanliBil as the First National Rest of Stanford la till haying had practically an uolnter rupted existence tor U yeah It is better supplied now wltb facilities for transact enrICuIoeroUees Solicited t Officers J t IIOOKKR Frsst BT HAanil V Pro J J McBOnKBTS Oho W O WEAKEN Obll Directors V Reid Danville I T Harris Btaoford JI flocks Stanford K L Tanner McKlnaey U D Klmore II naocbtaan StafeforC T p urn Stanford Jas Uoblnson Hubble J II llaucbmaa Stanford J Fettue Stanford 0 E Tate Btanford Cbc Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford I tntUtkV Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 2600000 s H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIR OTORSI V J B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanford John JJ Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford W 0 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