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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v THE INTERIOP JOURNAL illVOL XXXYSTANFORD KY TUESDAY DECEMBER 3 1907 NO 79 Here and There Tho Navy defeated the Army at toot ball at Philadelphia Saturday by a score of 0 to 0 A Negro was lynched near Opp Ala after confessing to laving criminally assaulted a farmers wlfo t i Without leaving his office President Uooaovelt was initiated as a member of tho Army and Navy Union On account of stringent insurance laws recently passed tho Mutual Lifo of Now York will withdraw from Wis persons were killed and seven were seriously injured by the falling of elevator in a business i4 a passenger j house in Chicago Robbers dynamited the safe of tho New Franklin Mo Bank ransacked the vaults and escaped with 4000 In coin and currency Strenuous efforts will be made by tho + attorneys for Caleb Powers to throw tho crime of tho murder of Gov Wm Goebel on Henry Youtsey Near Richmond Va Mrs Mary Perry aged 91 was assaulted by a No gro who was clubbed almost to death by the policeman who arrested him Electrocution as a means of inflicting the death penalty will be first used in New Jersey on December 9 when two convicted prisoners will be put to death While shaking an opossum out of a tree J It Culver of Hltesvitlc slip ped and fell a distance of 30 feet and broke both arms The possum got away Sarah Lowe of Charlton Mass IMrs of 30 brought suit against 11abathtub manufacturer for 25000 alleged that while using tho tub It scratched her and because of union a tary material blood poisoning ensued In Franklin county Levi Polsgrovc ceived a warning note telling him to 4 join tho Society of Equity at onco or his property would be in danger Night riders also went to tho home of Burnett 1 t Howard in that county and destroyed tho hogsheads In which his tobacco had y been prized Mrs Nancy Winn the oldest woman In Barren county and perhaps In tho State celebrated her one birthday Mrs Winn has desired for many years to live to see her ono hundredth birthday and expresses her self as ready and willing to go when the Master calls A Real Wonderland South Dakota with Its rich silver mines bonanza farms wide ranges and Ktrango natural formations Is a vent able wonderland At Mount City in the homo of Mrs K D Clapp a wonderful case of healing has lately owurrcd Tier son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Kx haustlng coughing spoils occurred overt five minutes writes Mrs Clap when I began giving Dr Kings + New Discovery the great tncdlolnc that saved his life and completol oared him Guarantied for coughs mid colds throat and lung trouble r 01L by Pennys Drug Store We and tl Trlul bottlu free In a statement signed by eight dl rectors of the Illinois Central railroad Stuyvesant Fish is accused of using the funds of tho road for personal pur poses It is alleged that while presi dent ho borrowed 1600000 from the corporation on Insufficient and un marketable collateral that ho deposited largo amounts with tho Trust Company of the Republic of which he was a director when he know the trust company was financially weak that he repeatedly used Illinois Central money to pad the reports of the trust company and that ho loaned tho president of the trust company 75000 tho Ills nois Central losing 10000 by tho transaction t u r How Diphtheria is Contracted One often hoars the expression My child caught a severe cold which developed Into diphtheria when the truth was that tho cold had simply loft r tho little one particularly susceptible t to tho wandering diphtheria germ When Chamberlains Cough Remedy q Is given It quickly cures the cold and lessons tho dang rof diphtheria or any 6 other germ disease being contracted For salo by all druggists In a feud between the Miller and Jones factions of Letcher county on the loft fork of Beaver Creek Saturday morning John Miller reputed leader of tho Mller faction was killed Andy 4 and Merrill Jones of the Jones faction were mortally wounded and neither will survive Andy Jones has been with tho Jones band since tho days Caleb Jones Judgo Joseph I Landes died at his homo in Hopklnsvillo after a long ill j ness of a complication of diseases He had served on tho Court of Appeals L bench under appointment during the term of former Gov W 0 Bradley t l UlI Into Hopkinaville and is bringing high prices IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John aged 20 and a son of Joe of Garrard is dead George Goodloc a prominent farmer of Shelby county is dead A B Brannaman ono of tho best citizens of Rockcnstlc is dead near WildloBarbourvlllc is to have a new paper Its name will be Peoples News W S Hudson will be editor Mrs James Miller wife of a farmer was run down and killed at Pinevillo by a Northbound L N passenger train Jop J McCall has been appointed postmaster nt Hazel Patch Laurel county and Rufus liard wick at Klrd ler Wayne county When an old maid says that she has had many man at her feet you can take it for granted they were corn doctors Casey County News In tho Garrard Circuit Court James Sterns was awarded tGoo fn his damage suit against J D Carter Plaintiff al loges that dcfendent used a knife on him in a fight several years ago flicting permanent injuries The special grand jury at London returned an Indictment against Robert Boyd charging him with the willful murder of James Sparks Circuit Judge Faulkner declined to sit in the case and on a writ of habeas corpus tried bo fore Circuit Judge Moss Boyd was ad mitted to ball in tho sum of 10000 No date has been set for the trial Tho presence of I C Ross of Darren Fork in the circuit clerks office as assistant to Mr Adams gives rise to the general conclusion that ho will Be cure the appointment from Judge Jarvis to succeed Mr Adams clerkelect of tho court of appeals Somerset will shortly have a free mall delivery Miss Myrtle Smith teacher in tho Burnside Graded School died after a short illness Somerset Journal John Shotwell who was shot five times by officers in attempt to arrest him died in tho penitentiary Saturday Ho was given 21 years for murder but was paroled after five years His con duct after his release was such that the prison commissioners ordered him returned The fight occurred when Tennessee officers arrested him Shot well was sent up from Whitley county lie went to Tennessee when tho officers in that county began their search for him When to Go Home from the DlnfTton Ind Runner When tired out go homo When you want consolation go home When you want fun go homo When you want to show other that you have reformed go homo and let your family get acquainted with tho fact When you want to show yourself at your best go homo and do tho act there When you feel like being extra liberal go home and practice on your wife and children llrst When you want to shine with extra brilliancy go homo and light up tho whole household To which vru would add when you have a bad cold go homo and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy and a quick cure is certain For salo by all druggists CHURCH MATTERS There will be a praise service at the Methodist church Thursday night to which everybody is cordially invited Rot F M Tinder of Lancaster will preach at the Christian church Sun day morning All are requested to bo present and hear him The C W B M will meet Wednesday afternoon at 230 oclock in the lecture room of tho Christian church Kid Wedge until recently a prize fighter has been appointed pastor of the First Presbyterian church at Barns too Neb He says that most critics of tho ring have never talked to a prizefighter When the Stomach Heart or Kid noy nerves get weak then these organs always fall Dont drug tho Stomach nor stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys That Is simply a makeshift Get a prescription known to Druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative Tho Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak Inside nerves Strengthen those nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Restorative tablets or liquidand see how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wls Your health is surely worth this simple test Sold by Pennys Drug Store lIU8band When I see all these billaJ am tired of life Do you think theme will ever come when wo will bet rof debt 1 Wife cheerfullyWhy not darling 1 You know that you are carrying an ex ceptionally large life Insurance A distinctly better feeling prevails In the financial situation almost entirely duo to the Improvement in tho money market which worked out Its own so lution NEWS NOTES It took 1G days to get a jury in tho Caleb Powers case on trial at George townJudge W W Murray of Huntlngton one of the most prominent republicans in Tennessee is dead A B Baldwin one of tho most prom- Inent capitalists and retired merchants of Bards town is dead Five factory employes were killed at Waterbury Conn when a freight train crashed into a trolley car Despondent it is said when she heard that she had been made part of a mock marriage Miss Oslo PiercoI committed suicide at Powhatan At Hurts on the Southern railway South of Lynchburg Va a passenger train struck and killed three unknown Negroes who were walking on the trackJohn Whitley a prominent stove manufacturer of Brooklyn shot and killed his wife and then jumped from the window of his apartment committing suicide- B Fult French charged with complicity in tho murder of James B Mar cum at Jackson several years ago was acquitted after a trial at Bcattyville lasting several days While Hugo Scherer wealthy banker of Mexico City was giving a dinner to a number of friends 40000 worth of jowelry and several hundreds dollars in cash were taken from the house A child of Ernest Burns of Morgan- town was shot and killed when a gun lying across a table was accidentally discharged in some unknown manner The bady was in its mothers arms Sam Crossland and Art Brand engaged in a fierce war of words during the trialof a case at Mayfield and a personal encounter was narrowly averted Both men were sent to jail for several hoursIn a fight near Bloomington Ind between Ed Ford and Joel and Frank McCoy tho latter two were killed The trouble Arose over a charge thatI the McCoys had poisoned Fords horsesEvidently anticipating disobedience of the courts injunction the United States marshal of Alabama is swearing in deputies to prevent the State officials from enforcing the State laws reg elating the railroads Mrs Samuel Decker of Seneca Falls N Y has passed her 109th birthday having been born Nov 27 1798 She is bedridden now and is waited on constantly by her third husband to whom she was married1 when 102 Tho new home for the widows and orphans of Kentucky Knights of Pyth las at Lexington was officially opened Friday although it will not be formally dedicated until September when Impos ing ceremonies will be held Gen Leon Jastrcmski a Confederate veteran candidate for the democratic nomination for governor of Louisiana and formerly Grand Chancellor of tho Knights of Pythias of the United States is dead at Baton Rouge Robbers visited the freight depot of the Tonopah Goldfield and Bull Frog railroad at Goldfield Nev overpowered the watchman and blew open the safe securing everything of value it contained amounting to several thousand Beckham pardoned Hillary Rice convicted in Owcnsboro on a charge of bigamy before Rice had started for tho penitentiary Tho Court of Appeals recently affirmed his conviction He married under the belief that he had been divorced from his first wile A Homo Made H bCham- berlains Cough Remedy About two months ago our baby girl had measles which settled on her lungs and at last resulted In a severe attack of bronchitis Wo had two doctors but no relief was obtained Everybody thought she would dlo I wont to eight different stores to find a certain remedy which had been recommended to me and failed to get It when ono of tho storekeepers Insist ed that I try Chamberlains Cough Remedy I did so and our baby Is alive and well todayGeo W Spence Holly Springs N C For sala by all druggists Jedge said the colored prisoner is expected ter tell de truth Why of course you are I Well then des go ahead an sentence ma fustAtlantll Constitu tion The finest Coffee Substitute over- lade has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wls Youdont have to boll itt 20 or 30 minutes Made in a minute says the doctor Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation over yet produced Not a grain of real Coffee In It either Health ColTee Imitation 1s made from pure toasted cereals or grain with m 1Lnutsec Really It waujd tool an expert were he to unknowingly drink UforrCaffee Sold at Pennys Drug tore IMU JAMES E LYNN An immense crowd attended the fu neral of Mr James E Lynn at his late home on the Somerset pike Friday af ternoon and followed the remains to their last resting place in Buffalo cem etery Dr W F Vaughan now of Somerset preached a most appropriate funeral sermon and the occasion was a most solemn one Mr Lynn was an ex ceedingly popular man and much sor row is expressed at his taking away As stated last issue he and his twin brother Mr John G Lynn died within a few days of one another They greatly resembled each other and many were unable to tell them apart Truly Lin coln county has lost two excellent citi zens by their deaths HUSTONVILLE By agreement all business houses of our city had the lid on Thanksgiving dayJosiah Bishop sold J F Grubbs a pair of good twoyear old mules for 290Miss Katherine Hall entertained a few friends on Thanksgiving in honor of Mr D 0 Wolf of Covington Mrs 0 G Harrison of Springboro 0 has arrived to spend oome time with her parents Mr and Mrs J A Wal denThe Hotel Weatherford menu for Thanksgiving in addition to the quail and turkey features added possum and sweet potatoes coon and goose which a largo crowd greatly enjoyed Joe B Williams left Monday for a business trip to Huntsville Tenn where ho has largo land interests that have become quite valuable recently We hope he will realize a cool 100000 itThe Ladles Auxiliary to the C W B M will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs Smith Yowell at 2 PI All the young married ladles of the Christian church are requested to attend this meetingTho service at the Christian church Sunday morning was greatly augmented by the quartettes rendition Bro Daniels Mrs R A Lipp Katie Warriner and Marguerite McCormack are the members Services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday mornimg and night Morning subject A Sermon in Pronouns evening subject Falling Walls Tho morning service will be missionary in its character Up to date there have been 16 appli cations for Rev Daniels place as pas tor of the Christian church which posi tion he recently resigned on account ol his health Rev Daniels and family carry with them the best wishes of this community every one regretting the necessity of giving them up Coleman Coffey and wife of Somerset are visiting Ed Powell and family Mrs Sue Jones has rented the Mrs Maggie Dunn home for next year Mrs Dunn and daughter Miss Jennie will go back to enjpyfdrm life Will Bo hon went to Wayne county on a bird hunt last week Dr John Hunn formerly of Shelby City but now of Arkansas was the guest of his relatives T G Tupman and family Smith T Powell was so unfortunate as to have ns foot in the way of a pitchfork ho let fall and one prong passed entirely through his foot and shoe Considering the inclement weather a splendid house greeted thb performance given by Miss Evans class on night of 27th at the opera house For the short time given the work the renditions were excellent there being only tree or four rehearsals Tho Bohemian character and rendition of The Gypsies Warning by Miss Katheryne loll was the hit of the evening Little Reid Conways vocal rendition tho credit for which is all duo to Miss Evans who discovered the diamond in the rough lIes all right Harris minstrels gave a splendid old time min strel program here to a good house Saturday and Monday nights For any of the ordinary diseases of tbo skin Chamberlains Salve Is excellent It not only allays the Itching and smarting but effects a cure For sale by all druggists The approaching XMAS will be the 7th time that I have solicited the patronage of thepeople of this section and it has been and is now my aim to convince you of the excel lent value in my goods and if something in the line of Watches Jewelry Gold and Sil ver Novelties Etcris required you will find there is more than average Beauty more than average Quality more than average Value in these goods W H MuellerSTANFORD KY O 0- ti JJ 0T S 1- c o oTn Coc1 s II i Ipf 1 s IPJCD fD s JQ It- 30 lfIIItII 0 Art Ir e Jr ECD s IID3 1 0 Q- offil J Cl J- E t + UJ t1 0Cs 0g1D o SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La lies and Gents Furnishing Etc Day light fronts Something new in Blizzard Fronts When not in uso the light folds up in top of buggy and apron is used for lap apron Try one Apron instantly detached from folding light e W H HIGGiNsSta- nford Kentucky Books Wall Paper Paints Oils mid Varnishes School Supplies Best IFoor Finish is RENULAC W B MGRoberis DRUGGIST ISTANFORD lA Paaaoir supervision given to all Prescriptions coaapoundad it The Interior Journal L Co WALTON JOHN J MOSER cOlmllJubJectparty M BRUCE rountlIUbJect 0 putt JAMES C MAYS countInbJect 0 pay v D C ALLEN li a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ly subject to the action of the Democratic party Democratic Ticket For Cnlted States Senator J Ci W BECKHAM Tim Louisville Times which pretends tobo democratic and has hereto fore supported democratic nominees when it suited that paper predicts that Senator James B M Creary will re InotherjwordsBeckham the democratic nominee for U S Senator will be set aside by democratic Legislators and Senator MoCrearywhom he defeated by 11000 t in the fairestState primary ever held in Kentucky will be given the honor and the office Editor Haldemana wish is do doubt father to the thought but as W a political prophet he is the worst ever f He predicted Owen Tylers election by thousands and that gentleman was de feated nearly 5000 He thought he was going to succeed Senator Joe Black burn but lo and behold 10 or 12 votes was the extent of his strength If Mr Haldeman has any more thinks coming let him tell them at once and stand aside for a guesser who can hit it of tener TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL makes no deIsireSenator nor for devoting considerable space to his race for the office First place the governor is the nominee of the democratic party and this paper is nothing if not democratic It believes in democratic principles and in support ing democratic nominees Secondly It is for Gov Beckham because of the dislike the republicans have for him for when you hear that party lauding a democrat you can bet your coin theres something rotten in Denmark Thirdly it is for him because the bol ers and those who can not dictate to him are against him and lastly because he has made a good governor and has tilled with creditjevery other office to which he has been elected Hurrah for Gov Beckham Av erroneous impression is created by the letter of the incoming Governor r Willson in regard to troops at the in auguratlon There Is no deficit in the military fund The State and National governments appropriate a specified amount each year for the maintenance of tho military arm The last of the amount forthe current year was ex pended in sending the soldier boys to the JamestownExposition and in pros viding ways and means for this out ing it was ascertained that no more could be expended this year There will be in the fund the samo amount next year as there was this year and soon forward until changed by the law THERE is no money stringency in New York At any rate if there is it has not extended to Madison Square Garden where the Old Glory horse sales the greatest of the year are in prog ress Horse lovers and horse dealers from all over the United States are there and they all have moneyreal moneyin bales Not only have they money but they have it with them and are handing it over in exchange for high steppers the same as they did a year ago when not a whisper had been heard of any depression in the money market Looks like things are bright ening up MR WATTERSON paid his respects to the press boys who have dared condemn his course in trying to defeat Nominee Beckham for the U S Senate in a lengthy editorial Saturday He refer red to them as illiterates and the language employed is anything but ele gant Mr Watterson showed very plainly that he has a temper and al though nearly three score and ten he has not yet learned to control It The edIItorshop Saturday night and thus ended the most dismal failure of the present century The paid attendance was 1500 000 but the free ticket brigade swelled 1somoprise into the millions there is no doubtiRepresentative Ollie James of Ken tucky says that he intends to introduce a bill restoring the motto In God We Trust to the coins of the country 4U L IN a letter addressed to Conrad J Mattern vice president of the Ohio Rc publican League Senator Joseph Ben son Foraker formally announces his candidacy for the presidency of the Uni ted States and makes clear his inten tion of contesting with Secretary Taft for the control of the Ohio delegation Mr Foraker declares that events have proven the justness of his opinion on the railroad rate question and says the tariff should not be revised at present IliARD times have not effected New On Thanksgivinggoers 196000 people of that city attended play houses paying for the pleasure 150000 Over 30000 people were turned way because of no room and 5000 took standing room only rW OWEN McINTYRe formerly of Danville is making tho Taylor County peoIappreciation of the Enquirer by giving a splendid support Owen is a news man from head to foot- POLITICAL lit Gen N B Hays will remain at Frankfort and practice law after his term of office expires- Representative DeArmond of Missouri has withdrawn from the race for minority leader in the House leaving John Sharp Williams a clear field Horn John Sharp Williams was nominated for Speaker at the caucus of Democratic members of tho House of Representatives in Washington Strange that nobody has attributed the panic to free coinage ofsilver One would have thought that was the only thing which causes a panicAsh land Va Herald The ladies of Frankfort are making elaborate preparations for the recep tion to Governorelect and Mrs Willson when they come to the capital to make their home for four years M H Thatcher will be State Exam iner and Inspector to succeed Henry B Hines McKenzie Todd will be private secretary to Gov Willson and Col Al bert Scott will be a member of the Board of Control A C Dunn of Stanford former doorkeeper of the House of Represen tatives a place which he filled with eminent satisfaction is again a candidate for the place He is a good dem ocrat and should be again rewarded AdvocateRepresentative Jerre A Sullivan of Madison county who was hero for a short while yesterday says that he has heard of no opposition to Gov Beck ham and does not believe there wjll be any in the democratic ranksFrank fort Journal Senator Culberson of Texas who will be chosen Democratic floor leader in the Senate is picked by many Demo crats as the man to head the Canpaign Committee and it is believed that Mr Bryan will act favorably on the sug gestion should he be nominated- In the caucus of the House Repub licans in Washington Saturday night Speaker Cannon was renominated All the old officers of the House also were renominated The caucus refused to seat Peter A Porter of the 34th New York district who was elected as an independentWe Beckham or nobody To attemptan thin else means chaos We must not fail to elect and should the nominee of the primary be defeated it would completely disorganize the democratic party and destroy all hope of redeeming Kentucky in the presiden tial campaign of 1908 Owensboro Mes Powers granting his acquittal is the most formidable candidate for the nomination over Hon D C Ed wards says a London dispatch but James A Warriner of Clinton Judge Wallace Jones of Adair Judge W Scott Smith and former State Chair man James Newman of Monroe and County Attorney Walter Flippin of Wayne are probable candidates Charles C McChord recently defeated for Railroad Commissioner has been employed by Gov Beckham at a sal ary of 5000 to conduct the rate cases against all railroads operating in Ken tucky which were instituted by the Railroad Commission during Mr Mc hords membership of that body Mr McChord tendered his resignation as a member of the commission and Gov ieckhaln will appoint a member to servo during the 10 days of the term remaining Passed Examination Successfully James Donahue New Britain Coon writesIII tried several kidney remedies and was treated by our best physicians for diabetes but did not improve until I took Foley s Kidney Cure After the second bottle I showed improvement and five bottles cured me completely I have since passed a rigid examination for life Insurance Foleys Kidney Cure cures backache and all forms of kidney and bladder trouble G L Penny The minimum price seems to have been reached in the Kentucky oil fields and no further drop is expected Melvin Powell aged 17 shot and killed his sweetheart Lillian Humpreys aged 16 near Hopkinaville 01eY91lIoneyout any person ever having experienced any other than beneficial re suits from its use for coughs colds and lung troubles This Is because the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar in the yellow package contains no opiates or other harmful drugs Guard your health by refusing any but the genuine G Lw Penny In his report to Congress the Secre tary of the Navy recommends that nearly 70000000 be appropriated for new war vessels four of which are to be battleships of the best type White temporarily insajie Finis C Baker a prominent farmer of Cumber land county hung him- selfINSURANCE Tire Lightning WlndHtorm Life sad toeidont None but the HTHONQK8T and KHT CompanieslUprvienUnl Lowest 108- Ilble Rate Ouaranteed Lou 1itylng Kee rd Uneaunlled Talk with WAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phony No PJ PUBLIC SALE I wilt otter for role nt my rfkt mce two tulles front lliutonvllle on Htnnronl plko to the highest bidder the following describ ed property on- THfHSIUY DEC it rW Two fresh milk cows I xtrn mare nutlrs rilIfnOhlthOllttrnil kinds Of farming tools couslMlng of rowers rnkrs plows cultivators roslvre- harrows nnii In Suet h tools ntie t on a furm wagon harness c Twovxtrn Rood family horses and good combined horse the other a good drlvr and can be handled wrlghrilltoo tedious to mention AUooue old tittle UrnndHquaru Photo TKIIM8 All thins bringing ox IT lux good note with approved security with a percent iurvst from day of salt Male will begin promptly ut Jo It J nOIION Hustonvllie R THE MIDWINTER TERM WliUb ta the ruth term opens Jan f IV YOlllan to le a working unit In the llvrtt mot nmbltloui wnUnnlnnu and Plh11totbrso ne your County Hujierlnt ndfiit now about all DIpollltmnt to frY tmtloq If you have not nlrendy done so end nuto the Irftiariit of the K K R L n or n cntnlo tfliltiK Situ what siudtrt ou l sfr IISIIt nllIU nirbiiinul Ky Stomach Muscles in Old Age People should be more and more care as age advances to see that then bowels move regularly In this the can keep good health ant prolong life The bowels are not as nC tine in middlelife and old age as the tytbereisand obstinate nature To ward off the possibility of serioai diseases use Dr Cald wells Syrup Pep compoundItpie became It li prompt but penile in action and does Its work without griplne or weakening as It the ease with salts punritlre waters ant bSchildrenrenera11nlpeas reaction sets In and the bowels are bound ut more than ever A remedy like Dr Caldwelli Syrup Pepsin ii execfiveitTheman can in a short time do away with the use of all laxatives it win cure the most chronic constipation dytpepiia liver trouble bilious Stomachbloattngstomach liver and bowel troubles To prove how effective It It In serious eases DenlurIlLpartialalnce to use a laxative lie says he never found anything so effective or which worked so near Trritcents or tl a bottle at any drureisb nose IrIthInz to trJ DrCaI rInzSodrslsMz the company This offer Is U preys tint the tIIonwIIotymptomt of stomach law or disease Qaifleit HEPURUDVOduc1bwapurttJPEPSIN SYRHP CO Ita Caldwell Bldg Montloallo HI HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior JournalB- OTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people in the United States have not heard of tbe CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean In all things It Is essentially a family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of ten the WEEKLY COUBIKROURNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for tbe com bination to ulnot tc the CourierJournal x I rtltatfi fro charge for examination orsoienllllca ly testing eyes by Up tnwlute methods Pre tcrlptlonitlnstei ground to order set In any- styletrnuteor skeleton mountings work and material ti Mitlsfiictors charges moderate Permmnentlvlwnled In Central Telephone llulldlttg ustonyllle- Ky It I1O1vSldO- rnltllaled Optometryst u 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Get luy Rates before Insuring Nothing but firetclnsa Companies Repre tented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY STORE ROOM IN STANFORD FOR SALE I If not wild privately I will tell nt public auction at I an r DKOKMlUCUiUWT County court day tho IL W VmiDevw r toreroom 0 rn Homo lllock Stun fonl It It occupied by the pottonico and is the most centrally located sture roan nn town being directly opposite the courthouse and on Main street itoreroon has askieraminnd a splendid basement The lot on which the room stands runs yond the Ht A nph creek and there Is nbumlnnl ground for n large warehouse Will alto tell at name of knob land M1W MATTIK V K1UIIY- tilanfnrd Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A one blue grass form for sale situated on new tlke nor Iolnt catch nml six milsouth of Lancaster containing to acres well located In good nelghlorhcKxI bring part of the John Walker tract wilt n hand name new twostory r nrooin residence therron recently completed with nil outbuildings and gtxsl new hrnuxro Wtl- lIIelttlx never Jnlllng springs and creek running through TFHMS S cash In hand balance one and two years from da of sale hearing Ilx percent interest until Imld- 1enous looking for sect place fnn write 11and Iwibolle Walker front at Iolnt Lenvell or W olvqlker Htnnfonl Ky lutlMlle ii B 1l and W O Uoikri Tolnt Lentel- lKyDEAD GAME you will brine yoariluntamlll rolrw IIf ami let mo put theta In nest elass I have lord II ymirj apAae butlnvtt I put nw tmlMlkrt on Razor BladeD Forrols on Walking Canes and Re pair Umbrellas Make n specialty of fitting nil knots of keys 10 all klmU of lock all knds repalnag oft- ucyelos sad keep In stock all kind s of blei rlervpalri llive me a trial and you will w- IItllllftl coLIK MAY- Ise N Third HtIw nvtlte Ky IRIBBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr Eo T Bearley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 Central Kentucky Real Estate Exdiao e TITLE CO SoIolJucWI on the WayneihurK pike near HlghliinUSrooiii house barn nd oth out bUlldln nice This proper 11 nlRrchure and choolhoulo is well worth the price fiat No 2100 acres i miles Mouth of Crab Or chant on the Htate raid IInl n twostory house good tarn orchard and II well water gttabout Wl acres of this land Is bottom land produces fine crops A bargain nt ilViO cash balance In one and two years So3UI acres on Ruck Creek near Way lesburg room house barn and other out build Inn plentof water Cash price tJ bb No t11 acres near Level Green Rock castle county This farm has a new J mania house would cost to build now ruse good barn crib Ac located near church and school This Is a nice home and can be hough for tie per acre I4 cash remainder In 11 months soIIISJ acres ndlolnlnR the above farms tie nerds In cultivation Dwelling of rooms goal barn and other outbuildings nice or chum One of the best spring In the county 1rlcu t3y half balance and earn Xo G acres adjoining farms Not and- S 13 acrug cultivation balance In timber Good white oak hickory and some fine cedar Has Jstory log huse nnd good orch nnl well watered Oush price J SO2oohCnol near Maretsburg KylW acres In cultivation good dwelling houo barn and necessary outbuildings flue water nllll school church and K IL station Price gt6tI 5 cash balance In one and two years Noyl4acres near Kyj nearly BU of this farm II hottomlnnd flue for corn nod meadow welling housenow barn and other building on county road miles from llerca College Cash price No 43 acres on Prnkes Creek 3 miles from Ornb Orchard This farm adjoins the pike and Is n part of the Qeo Kvans farm This Is fine land and In good condition all lucustary buildings Is u bargain at Jper acre No 1078 acres near Stanford Ky In nice shape with alnecessary bUlldlnaetc can be bought worth tbo money For full particulars In regard to all the above farms see or write I R Hughes or Jallleli White Stanford Ky tv J ti i nccisTtneo x HEAVY fOOTWIARI SOLD BY f H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY JirTho person wlifi DKSEUVES TUB BIST is tho ono who labor and p a labore who is exposed to the WET anti COLD must have the lost fct wear possible Wo believe beyond question that n quarter of a contlirjF experience gives us tho right to say WK KNOW A SHaH wo known good ono and WK BUY TIm VERY B12ST Honest Mike ju nil know him We havo them in hoots at 8400 High Top Shoos at 8400 ur and 8500 regular Top Shoos 8260 You ask why are they halter Stub ply bccntifo they aro nindo of leather tanned tho OLD FASHION l COLD LIQUOR way and they are tho ONLY Slum sold here today r r w cold liquor tannod loather L iYKL BIJST U another Shoo ninilo i fame people tho host boys ovary day Sheo I knots todaya little lighter and a little neater looking than the Mike We carry thorn in boys rfxag 10 to CJ Price 82 8225 and 260 according to the Boys High Tp Shoos n good ono at 20 Chapped hands and faces are among the most disagreeable facts of WinterUse Violet Glycerine or Bo rated Oatmeal Soaps daily and YOU will escape them 10 Cents the Cake 25 Cents the Box PENNYSDRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky When you think of Roofing think of ALDRIDGE tt When you think of ALDRIDGE Fit ay think of Roofing The best ROOF PAINT furnished and put onIS H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Banzai Tooth Powder Is Hard to Beat I Try It Only 25 CentsV STANFORD DRUG COt f The Interior Journal K Co WALTON JOHN J MOSER Ja R candidate for jailer of Lincoln countY subject to tbe notion of the Uctuocrn party I M BRUCE lountlllabJeepony JAMES C HAYS countlllablee D C ALLEN Is s candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the nctlon of the Democrat party Democratic Ticket ForJUnlted States Senator T CI W BECKUAM Tim Louisville Times which pretend tobo democratic and has heretofore supported democratic nominees when it suited that paper predicts that Senator James B IrCreary will re main In the Senate until J915 Inother words the Times thinks it thinks Gov Beckham the democratic nominee forr U S Senator will be set aside by democratic I Legislators and Senator McCrearywhom he defeated by 1100 in the fairestState primary ever held in Kentucky will be given the and the office Editor Haldemans wishI t is do doubt father to the thought but a a political prophet he is the worst ever He predicted Owen Tylers election by thousands and that gentleman was de feated nearly 5000 lie thought he wasI going to succeed Senator Joe if burn but lo and behold 10 or 12 vote was the extent of his strength If Mr Haldeman has any more thinks comma let him tell them at once and stan aside for a guesser who can hit It ol terser THE INTERIOR JOURNAL makes no apology to its readers for its great desire to see Gov Beckham elected U S Senator nor for devoting considerable space to his race for the office First place the governor is the nominee of the democratic party and this paper Is nothing if not democratic It believe in democratic principles and in supporting democratic nominees Secondly it is for Gov Beckham because of the dislike the republicans have for him for when you hear that party lauding a democrat you can bet your coin there something rotten in Denmark Thirdly it is for him because thq bolters and those who can not dictate to him arc against him and Jastly because ho Jas made a good governor and has filled with creditjevery other office to whic he has been elected Hurrah for Goi Beckham AN erroneous impression is create by the letter of the incoming Governor Willson in regard to troops at the in auguratlon There is no deficit in the military fund The State and Nation governments appropriate a specific amount each year for the maintenance of tho military arm The last of the amount forthe current year was expended in sending the soldier boys to the JamestownExposition and in prc viding ways and means for this out ing it was ascertained that no mor could be expended this year Thor will be in the fund the same amount next year as there was this year and soon forward until changed by the law THERE is no money stringency in New York At any rate if there is it has not extended to Madison Square Gar den where the Old Glory horse sales the greatest of the year are in prog ress Horse lovers and horse dealers from all over the United States are there and they all have moneyreal moneyin bales Not only have they money but they have it with them and are handing it over in exchange for high steppers the same as they did a year ago when not a whisper had been heard of any depression in the money market Looks like things are bright ening up MR WATTERSON paid his respects to the press boys who have dared condemn his course in trying to defeat Nominee Beckham for the U S Senate in a hngthy editorial Saturday He refer red to them as illiterates and the language employed is anything but ele gant Mr Watterson showed very plainly that he has a temper and al though nearly three score and ten he has not yet learned to control it The article was not a credit to the great ed itorTim Jamestown Exposition shut up shop Saturday night and thus ended the most dismal failure of the present cen tury The paid attendance was 1500 000 but the free ticket brigade swelled s the number to 2800000 It will take some time to tell how much the enter prise lost but that the amount sunk will go up into the millions there is no doubt Representative Ollie James of Ken tucky says that he intends to introduce a bill restoring the motto In God We Trust to the coins of the country i r flplj pn irtu = = iJ IN a letter addressed to Conrad J Mattern vice president of the Ohio Republican League Senator Joseph Benson Foraker formally announces his candidacy for the presidency of theUn- ted States and makes clear his ante tion of contesting with Secretary TaCt for the control of the Ohio delegation Mr Foraker declares that events have proven the justness of his opinion on the railroad rate question and says the tariff should not be revised at present IlIARD times have not effected No- York goers On Thanksgiving 106000 people of that city attended play houses paying for the pleasure 150000 Over 30000 people were turned way because of no room and 5000 took standing room only W OWEN McINTYRE formerly of Danville is making tho Taylor Count Enquirer a splendid paper and the people of that section are showing their appreciation of the Enquirer by ivlng it a splendid support Owen is a newspaper man from head to foot- POLITICAL IGen N B Hays will remain at and practice law after his term of office expires- Representative DeArmond of Mis souri has withdrawn from the race for minority leader in the House leaving John Sharp Williams a clear field Hon John Sharp Williams was nominated for Speaker at the caucu of Democratic members of the lions of Representatives in Washington Strange that nobody has attrib uted the panic to free coinage of silver One would have thought that was the only thing which causes a panicAsh land Va Herald The ladies of Frankfort are making elaborate preparations for the recep tion to Governorelect and Mrs Willson when they come to the capital to make their home for four years M H Thatcher will be State Exam iner and Inspector to succeed Henry B Hines McKenzie Todd will be privat secretary to Gov Willson and Col Al bert Scott will be a member of the Board of Control A C Dunn of Stanford forme doorkeeper of the House of Represen tatives a place which he filled wit eminent satisfaction is again a candidate for the place lie is a good democrat and should be again rewarded AdvocateRepresentativeJerre A Sullivan of Madison county who was here for a short while yesterday says that he has heard of no opposition to Gov Beck ham and does not believe there wjll be any in the democratic ranksFrank fort Journal Senator Culberson of Texas who will be chosen Democratic floor leade in tho Senate is picked by many Democrats as the man to head tho Canpaig Committee and it is believed that Mr Bryan will act favorably on the suggestion should ho be nominated- In the caucus of tho House Repub licans in Washington Saturday nigh Speaker Cannon was renominated All the old officers of the House also wer renominated The caucus refused to seat Peter A Porter of tho 34th New York district who was elected as an independentWe filed Beckham or nobody To attempfanything else means chaos We must not fall to elect and should the nominee of the primary be defeated it would completely disorganize the democratic party and destroy all hops of redeeming Kentucky in the presiden tial campaign of 1908 Owensboro Mel sengerCaleb Powers granting his acquittal is the most formidable candidate for the nomination over Hon D C Ed wards says a London dispatch but lames A Warriner of Clinton Judge Wallace Jones of Adair Judge W Scott Smith and former State Chairman James Newman of Monroe and County Attorney Walter Flippin ol Wayne are probable candidates Charles C McChord recently defeat id for Railroad Commissioner has been employed by Gov Beckham at a salary of 5000 to conduct the rate cases against all railroads operating in Kentucky which were instituted by the Railroad Commission during Mr Mc Chords membership of that body Mr WcChord tendered his resignation as a member of the commission and Gov 3eckhahi will appoint a member to servo during the 10 days of the term emaining Passed Examination Successfully James Donahue New Britain nn writes I tried several kidney remo dies and was treated by our best physicians for diabetes but did not mprovo until I took Fole s Kidney Cure After the second bottle I showed improvement and five bottles ured mo completely I have since passed a rigid examination for life Insurance Foleys Kidney Cure cures backache and all forms of kidney and bladder trouble G L Pen Iny The minimum price seems to have been reached in the Kentucky oil fields land no further drop is expected Powell aged 17 shot and killed his sweetheart Lillian Humpreys aged 16 near Hopkinsville i jJ wllNt alkla i Millions of bottles of Foleys Honey and Tar havo been sold with out any person over having experi enced any other than beneficial re suits from its use for coughs colds and lung troubles This Is because the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar In tim yellow package contains no opiates or other harmful drugs Guard your health by refusing any but the genuine G L Penny In his report to Congress the Secre tary of the Navy recommends that nearly 70000000 be appropriated for new war vessels four of which are to be battleships of the best typo While temporarily insape Finis C Baker a prominent farmer of Cumber land county hung him- selfINSURANCE rite Lightning WInd Htorm Life and laoldunt None but the BTHONOK8T and 1EHT Companies Represented Lowest POI itble Ilatei Guaranteed Lon Paying lteo ltd Unequalled Talk with ttAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No tt PUBLIC SALE I will otter for sale nt my rethlenee two miles from Hiutonvllle on Htniuord pike to the highest bidder the following doscrlb til property on- TIirilHDAY DEOliltW Two fresh milk cow extra mare nude will wclgu I pounds ten in oyenrsold the otiicr lour I Iood one n lot of bogs nil kinds ur fnrmlUR tools coiulsllnu of mowers nikc plows cultivators ruder herrownndin hart n toots llrded ou n farm wiijjoiiliiiriioisAc Two extra Rood horIIhtby any child lnle pony In foul will weigh iu1 Kunds2Kootl boggles nod other thing too tedlouo to mention AUo lone old siale UramlMiimro Ilunu TKIIMH All things bringing over fin good note with approved security with 6 percent lntir II trolls toy or Mile Male will i eijlu promptly ut 10 U J DOIION Hustcmrllle K THE MIDWINTER TERU WhUh In the rush term opens Jan- Ioyouwanttohea IIworking unit la llvest mo t nmbltlous enlhnt3ol nm professional body of teachers ever I brttlI together for study la Knttmt Krntuckv- If to ee your County Huperlnt ndul now about nn appointment to fret tuition If you hnv not nlrendy done Ioonn1 e rot to the 1iriUlMit of the K RI N fur catalog tilituu him what tludl s you dr sire Address K X KoAUK iiichmoiiil Ky Stomach Muscles in Old Age People should be more and more car as age advances to see that thelt bowels move regularly In this way the can keep themselves In good health anc prolong life The bowels are not as active in middlelife and old age as the are in youth and with the then is a tendency to constipation of achronl and obstinate nature To ward off the possibility of serion diseases use Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep compounilnilpie because It Is prompt but gentle In action and does Its work without erlplnir or weabenln as Is the case with salts rureatlro waters ao cathartic tablets These should not he used b children or weak people bo cause they amtooyloicnt 1naetlon nod KenerallJ gripe Furthermore the result are temporar as reaction sets In and the bowels are bound UI more than ever A remedy like Dr CaMwellB Syrup Pepsin very gentle In action and yet thoroughly eSw tire and as It contains tonic properties It strengthens the system Instead of weakening It The results are permanent because gradual man can ID abort time do away with the Ullt of all lasatlvea It will cure the most chronl constipation dyspepsia liver trouble bilious ness flatulencTLlOur stomach weak stomach eating and such other stomach liver and bowel troubles To prove how effective it Is In serious case the experience of Mr Armstrong of Decatur IlL can be cited Ho suffered from a gunsboi wound during the Civil War which caused a par- tIal paralysis of the bowels ant he has had cvei since to use a laxative Ho nays he never found anything so effective or which worked so Dent TnItcents or II a bottle at any druggist FREE TESTwebs to try Drdtd Syruo Ptttla betas bay tug can have s free lapis Bottle sent to citlr by sddnislnff the company TWs offer Is to BiatBie remedy do ss claim and Is only open to those who dove never takes It Send for It If you bare any symptoms of stomach liver or bowel dlieate Gentlest yet most tITecttvt laxatirs for children women and old lokI A cure THE FUBUO ERY OICTNooluroathre5 Good and Sure ss OR CALOWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN TMs product tears purity quanta No 17 Wunlajten a PEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Baldwell Bldg Montloello III HENRY ATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY I5O Few people in the United States have not beard of the Courier Journal Democratic in all things fair in nil things clean in all things It is essentially family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of fer tbe WEEKLY COUBIKROUUNAL year and thus paper for tbe price named above Bend your subscription for tbe com bination to usnot tc the Courler Journal A tI Iidtgr a Ho charge for examination orscientlllen ly testing eyes tip tndnle mill hod Iro scrlptlongliuses ground to order sot In nny stylo triune or skeleton mounting work and mnterlnl gun rantetd uitlsfiictur chnrges inodernte IVriiinnentlf located III Central Telephone Ky L P lOWIlfariulunled Optometryst u 50 Years An Agency5 oldest in Central Ken Irho Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but tiretclnsa Companies Repre sented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY STORE ROOM IN STANFORD FOR SALE I If not told privately I will toll nt publl uctlonnt r DKOKMUKUfUWr Bounty court day the D W tenfevee storeroom In Orarn llou e lllook Hint ford It Isoecupled liy the ivontonice nnd tlw most centrully located torerKiu III town being directly opl nalte the court house nod on Main street Tile ature root tins u hit room nnd a splendid Imsemenl The lot on which the room stands runc bh yiiml tho Ml Asnph creek and there nbundalot ground for n large mruholl Will nlio tell nt snide time = Ineno of knob land MIWMATT1K V KllUlY- Htiiufurd Kj FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR RARD COUNTY A tine blue grass rnnu for sale situated on new pike near Point lnvell and six mll61- lunlh of Idiucnster con mining rIO norw well toeateil In good Ilelghtoortiood beln part of the John Walker tmct n hound tome new twostory seven ruonl redden thereon recently completetl with nil out bulldlncdind goal new load WI watered six never ruliR gpringsmld oree running through Txims S dusts In hnnd bal llcu one onll two years Irons day of tale louring six IK r cent Interest until paid lcr ons for ueh place pleas write K M and ieniellelrnlker living on Mum It Point Ienvell or W t nkeI- stnnfont R y isnbeile P K N and w O talker 1olnt U avell Ky DEAD GAME If you will brlnj your 5un nndHevolw r to me cud lt Inc put them la nntlaKcondition I Iave had a ymn ijwrlenc In that business put new hnlHlles nu Razor BladeD Forrols on Walking Canos and Re- Pair Umbrellas Make n of fitting nil kinds of 1ro1 tonal kind of locks nil kinds repairing Oil bicycles nnd keep In stork nil kinds ot blcj tle live men trial and you will lit satlslled cuLl MAY 18WN Third Mt iHimtlle Ky TR1BBLE PENCE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic turo Frame Shades Lnce Curtain and Wall Paper Mr E T Benzley baa charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 Central Kentucky kealEstateExchangeaRc No 1noes on the WayiiesliurR pike tear lllnlilniulOrooiii torn IIml other proper Iy Is nenrchllrehRnllchOOIhouu Is well worth th prlet IIU No 2laacreSu miles Houth of Crab Or Imnl on tho hOt n Iwo stor- Lome good bourn urclutrd and la weli wRIer d i about acres of this land Is button and and produces line crops A bargain lit yt cash balalico In one and two yenrs No 0119 acres on Buck Greek near Way icsburR 1room house barn and other out lulldlmm plenty of water Cash price t2 cooNo tNacre near Level Green Rock COllie county Ky This faun hat now t tory fruiuo houso would cost to build now taro goal Inn crib Ae located neni church and school This Is n nice home ant clln be taught for 110 per acre cash ru hinder In It months No611C acres the above farms 100 ncrat In cultivation DwellliiB of rooms gOOlI bam and other outbuildings or- chllrd Ono of the lied springs tn the eoun ty 1rlco f VW hall ca 1 and oar No 0 acres adjoining farms Nos anti 6 IfO acres In cultivation balance In tint br Good white oat hickory anti somo flue cltlnr Has 2story log huse nnd orcli rdj well watered plait price J1009 No 7 250 acres near Mnretsburir KIW cretin cultivation x1 ilwelllng house mm and necessary outbuildings lino water nd school church and It U station Irlee = bran 4cashbalunce1nonoand two yours 001121 acres near Conway Ky nearly nil of this furls Is bottom flno for corn IInd mendow very good dwelling lmu onow hllrn nnd other buildings on county road 0 IIlIcl from lleren College Uash price fi- tYo5Meocred M on Drakes Creek 8 miles rout Grab Orchard This ferns adjoins the ikonndlsnpnrt of the Oeo Evans farm lhls Is line land and In good condition nil ecessnry buildings fbls II a bargain pur acre No 1078 acres near Htnnford Ky In nlu shape with toll necessary hulldlngseto cnn Ira bought worth tho money For full particulars In regard to all the nboo or write L R lIubes or unseal wTiftei HtanfordKy i HEAVY FOOTWEAR 1 SOLD BY v r H J lJcROBERT STANFORD KENTUCKY The ponon who DlSERVES TUB BEST is tho ono who htbore null the laborerwho ia cjcponxl to the WlvT and CdLD must have tile hOlt fbut wear possible Wo Ixilievo beyond question that n quarter of n centurys experience gives us tho right to ray WE KNOW 1SHOB wo know a good ono and WE BUY THE VERY BEST Honect like you nil know him We have thorn in Roots at 8100 High Top Shoos nt 8100 urY- and MOO regular Top Shoos 8260 You ask whyare they better Elm ply bccauw they aro made of leather tnmictl tho OLD FASHIONED COLD LIQUOR way and thoy are tho ONLY Shoes sold hero todayof f cold liquor tann0l11cthoruLJnJUJ BUST is another Shoe mado by r amo people the bost boys ovary dny Shoe I know today n little lighter and a little neater looking than tho like We carry them in boys 6bO 10 to fij Price 82 8225 and S21I0 according to alto Bays High Tr Shoo n good one at 8210t Chapped hands and faces are among the most disagreeable facts of WinterUse Violet Glycerine or Bo rated Oatmeal Soaps daily and YOU will escape them 10 Cents the Cake 25 Cents the Box PENNYSDRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky When you think of Roofing think of ALDRIDGE r When you think of ALDRIDGE i t arthink of Roofing The best ROOF PAINT furnishedrrand put onIS H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Banzai Tooth Powder Is Hard to Beat 1 Try ItIOnly 25 Cents r f STANFORD DRUG CO 1 t Cloakst You can take onefifth oil the price of may of 160of this seasons very best selling Coats These include Kcreoys Broadcloths Plush Velvet Caracul late Childrens CloaKs Its a groat paving to buy these Cloaks nt onefourth oil the price South BTANFOIID KY Dnc 31907 TUB Contract 5e cigar sold at Pen ny8 Drug Store Is sure to please your Trytt WHEN you want to make your selec ttlon from largest and most upto date fine of post cards go to Pennys Drugstore PERSONALS Jr+ BORN to the wife of Mr J E Buck a daughter MR D 0 GOOCII Is visiting his daughter at Knoxville BORN to tho wife of Olllo Huffman of Danville a daughter THE aged Mrs M L Harris is very ill at her homo at Crab Orchard MIss InENB ROMANS of Lancaster WM tho guest of Miss Ethel Dunn MRS THOMAS IIIELPS of Richmond was tho guest of Mrs W M Bright Mit DANIEL WEST of Nicholasvillc was the guest of Miss Lena Reynolds MBS LINDA TUCKER of Somerset Is with her sister Mrs Kathryn Deaz IcyMRS fl J HORTON returned from a visit to her daughter In Adair IIJI89 OARRIK HATCliERof Lancaster ur spent Thanksgiving with Mrs Leo Stone MR MORRIS M IBRKINS and pretty wife of Crab Orchard wore in town EMILY of New w York City Is with hur aunt Mla Sue e Woncr MRS SUSAN YBAOBR will entertain the Afternoon Club next TbursdayIREV 14C KBUY of Louisville joined Ms wife at Mr T D Ncwlands last week PROF WALTER 0 HormR of Mt Sterling spent several days with the homofolki here UPIplngtonMiss Minnie Wools Nit G C KENNEDY of Lincoln eaunty was hero Saturday on business Journal MB W H SMITH who lives at Whites Mill In tho East End Is very low with typhoid fever MRS S M SAOFIFY and son Shel t ton Marshall Saulloy of Frankfort arc with her here MR AND MRS J N SAuNDERS will entertain tho Married Peoples Club at 8 oclock Friday evening Miss GEORGIA LEWIS came down X V frorn Crab Orchard to seo her father yjr T M Lewis who continues quite Sick Miss FETTRO who has been teach ing music at Crab Orchard has accepted n flattering call at Minneapolis Minn MR E B DENIIAM and family will ccupy the brick residence on Lancas ter street recently vacated by Mr and Mrs 14D Nunnelley MRS S II HICKLE who has been with her son Dr W P Hlckle at Hubble left yesterday for her home at Powder Springs Tenn MRS C A Cox who has been spend ing a month in Columbia left for Jones boro Tenn yesterday morning Dr Cox having taken up his resldenco in that city Adatr News MR AND MRS HORACE BROWN left i i esterday for Washington where they will bo present when Mr Harvey Helm i tho Congressman from the Eighth District of Kentucky takes tho oath of ofllce Mr Helm Is the brother of S NMra Brown Mr and Mrs Brown will t visit New York before home Courier Journal LOCALS SEE W II Muellers ad iyATCtf for Farris Xmas opening XflAS Dec 5th at Far reH EATING stoves at cost to make room 3 for Xmas goods Farris flowers roses and carnations for SCUT Mrs Ed Hubbard Stanford LOT of nice meat hogs for sale J T Livingston Stanford R R No1 Miss LUCY AND J L MASSEY enter tained quite a number of their young friends on Thanksgiving evening at their pretty country home They had music and light refreshments were served at 10 oclock The crowd J broke up rather reluctantly X LOT of fine big meat hogs for sale G A Hudgcvillo CArt of genuine Kanawha salt just arrived J II Baughmnn Co BROWN Leghorn sale at each S II Aldridge Stanford DROWN paper good for putting under carpets or on tho walls cheap at this office DONT miss Farris opening of boll day goods Dec Cth from 2 to 91 M MRS W S Jonas and W S E B Denham have our thanks for handsome calendars AN old fiddlers contest will bo pulled oft in Waltons Opera House about the middle of this month A hoe Fred umann Jr as carrier on R F D No3 from Stanford FOR RENTThe on Lan caster street now occupied by Mr W 0 Speed Possession Jan P P Nunnelley A MAN with a few hundred dollars to spare can get a good thing in the shape of an investment by culling on Mr L R Hughes at once Tim town supervisors Messrs J N Monefec J C McClary and C E Tate begun their job of going over the assessors work yesterday DONT forget tlftt the storeroom oc cupied by the will be sold at auction next Monday court day Terms half cash balance to suit purchaser Tile Central Real Estate Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices Bio SALNDr H Jones of Cln cinnati but formerly of this place sold 100000 cakes of his advertising soap to the American Tobacco Co tho largest advertising firm in tho world SOME careless killed a valua ble mule for Sheriff T J Hill a few days ago Such carlesnncs borders close on to tho criminal and somebody will suffer if a stop in not put to It SHERIFF T J andClrcuitClerk James F Hcldam of Lincoln county brought James Harlan to the peniten tiary to servo four years lie was con victed at the recent term of tho circuit court at Stanford Frankfort Journal MR JOHN RODINS of Brodhcad has bought out tho Shugars Drug Co at that placoand taken possession Mr J F Watson an experienced pharma dst is In charge Mr Shugars is un decided as to where ho will locate but ho will leave Brodhead we are told B B KING late republican candi date for tho Legislature in Lincoln county has filed notice of contest for tho scat of elect W H Shanks Another caso of the republi cans asking for the world hoping that they may get just a little Advocate Tim Ladies Aid Society of tho Baptist church at Crab Orchard will meet with Mrs Frank Estes at 230 Wednesday afternoon when a full attendance ii desired A call meeting will be held at the Baptist church after tho prayer meeting Wednesday evening for tho purpose of deciding on a pastor AT tho tacky skating rink Friday night Miss Nancy Yeagcr won the prize aseason ticket The judges were Mesdames C E Tate of this place and Samuel Fulkerson of MIddlesboro and Miss Martha Mcnefco of Stratford Miss Yeagcr was dressed as an old woman and made a very tacky one The next rink will be given Friday night Gth CArt DAVID ILGOYEN the veteran paintcr orator has our thanks for timely assistance in folding our papers Whenever ho has time ho comes up and helps us out This versatile old gentleman is a walking encyclopedia and a remarkable man He can make a splendid political speech preach a fine ser mon talk Masonry by tho week quote scripture like a Methodist bishop an swer any question ypu may propound and paint and paper a house better than anybody In short ho can do almost anything and unlike the usual jackof all trades ho does them all well lie is a clover interesting gentleman and wo enjoy his frequent visits to this office No Weather ProphetEv- ery one of the signs Clthnt men hail pointed to a very cold winter so wo taught In Winter goods The very cold weather has not yet ma terialized missed it Wo find ourselves yet with largo quanti ties of Winter goods and these conditions call for an antidote Therefore our Greatest SemiAnnual CleanUp Sale hegiiiB MONDAY DEC 2ND The prices are cut deep in order to move them quick Como to this great ale Come early See circular for Depot Corner 1 opening rooststers residence Representativo Somebody IFon SALE200 seedbearing ginseng at IGe A I1 Brackett Stan ford Go to Farris Xmas opening Dec 5th from 2 to 9 Music by Stanford or chestra Fon rent for mos yhouse on West Main now occupied by Dr Fowler Miss Dora Straub Fon SALE Ono dozen Barred Ply mouth Rock hens and a fine rooster Ed Hubbard Stanford TIIERE is none better than the Bent wood patent churn Call and see It George D Hopper FALL went out like a lion consider able snow and rain falling during the day Winter camo In ditto THOSE notpaytheir town taxes by Dec 10 will not bo surprised to find their property advertised for sale H G Jones city marshal FOR SALE Several cone pulleys small imposing atone lot of second handed type typo cases stands and other printers supplies Write or phone this office DR HUGH REID Is In receipt of a fine bird dog from his friend Dr F W Samuel of Louisville It Is a highly bred dog and splendidly trained The doctor Is very proud of the present WITH every stove r 5 we will give free ls worth of Kar a van Coffee With every stovo under 5 wo give 60c worth of Kar a van coffee The stoves are cheapthe coffee is excellent It is a bargain Geo D Hopper SQUIRE JAMES A DUDDERAR has re signed as magistrate which place he has filled with much credit and Gov Beckham on appointed Mr James A of the Hubble section one of tho very best men In the county THE Lincoln County Medical Society will convene Tuesday Dec lothatMrs Patsy Browns hospital on Logan Avenue Dinner will bo served there All members are requested to be pres ent as business of much Importance is to be transacted TilE Mountain rio Co gave a very excellent entertainment at Waltons Opera House Saturday evening Those who did not see and hear the splendidly rendered program and they were great ly in the majority missed a real treat Mr Brown Is a virtuosowith the violin Miss Vivian Is a fine pianist and Miss Fowler an entertaining reader TilE arrival of lion Harvey Helm of Stanford in Washington was thought to put in danger the position of Ollie James as the biggest member of Ccn press but after a careful comparison of the two in the lobby at the RIggs it was decided that Ollio still holds the palm as his avoirdupois exceeds that of Mr Helm by two or three stone though their height is about the same Tile Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL tells of the remarkable coincidence of the deaths of John G and James E Lynn of Lincoln county They were twins so much alike that close friends sometimes mistook one for the other They were also alike in tastes and alike in good citizenship They both suffered from the same disease and died of it tho one on Monday the other on Wednesday and they would have been 59 years of ago on Fri day The writer knew them well and was fully aware of their many fine traits Of them it could almost ho said They were closely united In life and In death they were not divided Frankfort Journal MRS CLARENCE ETOTE very delightfully entertained on Thanksgiving evening in honor of Misses Frances Beckett of Kansas City and Nannette Simpson of Quannah Texas Some 25 couples were present and a most en joyable evening was spent Tho host pitablo home was beautifully prepared for tho happy occasion Ten tables were arranged and on them various games such as flinch dominoes kro konole etc were played A prize was awarded to the winners who were Miss Mary Phillips and Mr George B Sauf ley During the evening a toothsome lunch was elegantly served Those who were fortunate enough to bo present speak in a most complimentary manner of tho splendid way In which they were WE take this means of thanking our many friends and who so ably assisted us In saving so much of our household goods from the fire which de stroyed our home in Junction City on Nov 21th Mr and Mrs E B Swoon eyMR Gco Bnlcnr showed us yes terday a rich sample of barytes which is said to be the finest that hits been found in Kentucky lie says there an abundance of it on his farm nea Hubblo and we hope he will bo able to dispose of it at a big price Till new rural route from Moreland to Stanford and back by Turnersvllle and Hustonvllle begun operations yes terday with Mr C K McClure carrier Ho arrives here about 9 A M and leaves in time to catch the Southbound mall train This route will help us get our papers to the West End tho day of publication MATRIMONIAL Jesse L Duncan and Miss Mary Preston were married at the home of J H Dean in Garrard Dean Bell and Miss Dottie Crow were made one at the courthouse by Judge Owsley Friday Walter Martin a Perryville mer chant and Miss Ethel Johnson of Mer cer were married last week Henry C Burdett of Lower Garrard and Miss Stella May Shuttles of Junc tion City were made one last week News comes from Mt Vernon that a charming young lady of that place who occasionally visits here and who is greatly admired by our people general ly will be married early in the coming year to a prominent young lawyer of Prcstonsburg Chas H Kerr and Miss Lula Chand ler were quietly married at the Bap tist parsonage Richmond on the 27th by Rev George W Shepherd Tho bride is a daughter of Mr S M Chand ler of this county and is a fine young woman while the groom is a prosper ous young man Our friend Mr Karlcs Coffey now of Corbin was married in Louisville le on Thanksgiving day to Miss Myrtle Parse ley a handsome and popular young woman of London The ceremony was said by Dr Beauchamp at his homQ on Second Street The happy couple pass ed up to Corbin Mr Coffey worked for K L Tanner Sons of McKinney for several years and he has many friend in this county About Digestion- It Is not the quantity of food taken but tho amount digested mud assimilated that gives strength and vitality to tho system Chamberlains Stein ach and Liver Tablets invigorate the stomach and liver and enable them to perform their functions The result is a relish for your food increas ed strength and weight greater endurance and a clear head Price 23 cents Samples free For sale by all FARMS SALE I Farm stTiicre farm In Franklin coun ty Ind11 miles from Metamora n town of tInhabitants 7 miles from Ilrooksvllle the county scut u town of 8UX Inhabitants acres of tblb farm now In Rood blue IIru1 pasture acres of good bottom loud a acres In new meadow Imlance soil acres cut overttmlier land We removed the timber on this tarn last yenr Tile land Is rolling and good black toll This land conilderci as line tobacco land ai In the Btnto of Ken l told WOacres adjoining tills farm on which 80 acres of tobacco was railed this season and It cnn be seen and will ibowyou what tho land will grow This term has one good broom frame house a muall barngood goodtnfece around entice on tho aid farm If you are looking for n farm this U your chance Our price Is rope r acre Como to Hates vlllonnd we will be glue to iaku you to the farm and show It Form J acres In Franklin county miles from Uettimoni54 tulles from Brooks vlllti acres Is cleared land balance In timber A tworoom frame house on the farm Jrlco tit acre we reserve the timber This Is also a good tobacco farm KarmS liOacro farm J4 tnlk from ior acres In cut over timber and acres In vir gin timber A twostory brick house of rooms slate roof cellar under entire house Interior finished In line wood and fresco a on arm could not be replaced today for Our with good building In the Htato of Indiana terms are Ji cash balance 110 each year with cent Interest secured by mortgage The titles uro perfect and we will furnish abstract to purchaser Also have two other forums wu will sell We advertised these farms In several of the Kentucky If you are Interested write us at once or call on llofereucei First National Ilank- TlIEHILLHNUKANUaO Uatesvllle dud tJSUl I It you waut to own a swell Suit at a very small cost look ours over One lot Spring Suits for JUcnPrice 816sale price 8675 12 Blackor Grey Suitagood etylesnew former price 815 and 81Gf0sale price 8075 12 new d0 inch Coat Suits and Prince Chap Suits at onefourth oft the price Most of thce arrived within the last week SKIRTS We will allow you to take onefifth olltbc price of any of our excellent show of Skirts SEVERANCE SON STANFORD East setsinandt yesterday AIBXANDHR Thursday Frankfort homcfolka returning splendid Swidebroad Thursday IJ postofllco Kentucky Exchange heavily particular Saturday McKcchnio entertained neighbors yesterday druggists FOR goodfree frnmeIgoodflame SEE 1 Our new stock of Holiday Comb Sets Barretts Beau ty Pins Hat Pins Belt VeilrPins Collar Supporters Fancy Ball PinsBelts Col lars Egyptian Silks Fasci natorsEiderdown Sacques Baby Caps and Moccasins Complete stock of Soft Sole Baby Shoes TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY a g o gEn 1t0 6 0 11S yp- w r= 0Y nQ m tI = 7 S lIfa r g g = J 4 =z- en 0 fH rr 000- O w9 r t h 0 = = tooo go tn AIr = 0 ggOn Q o 4v nn4 m t L m 0A= c 0 6 0 q- A lIfa 0 Ao The Lid I The Lid I The Lid I It is oil on prices at the Emporium at Hustou ville We are prico fighters Your LidBo sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected tho create of the market for you Come and be convinced in this line Wo undersell everybody CLOAKSLadies Misses and Childrens We can please you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS I A beautiful lot to select from Prices to suit all We carrya general line t Clothing hoots and Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear Everybody If you have never worn a pair of Shoes I dont wonder fOlfyou have been so disappointed Try lIE27 years selling Shoes 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 We have everything for a good Thanksgiving Din = ner Phone us your order I AreGeol D Hoppers Stanford Ky i Cloaksrti a r You can take Onefifth oil tho price of nay of 150 of this seasons very Ipcet selling Coats Theo include Kerseys Broadcloths Plush Velvet Caracul Etc Childrens Cloaks Its a great saving to buy these Cloaks nt onefourth oil the price STANFORD Kv Drc n 1907 THE Contract Cc cigar sold at Pen Drug Store Is sure to please your KTryitWHEN you want to mako your selection from largest and most upto data line of post cards go to Pennys Drugstore PERSONALS r L BORN to tho wife of Mr J E Duck a daughter MR D 0 Goocii Is visiting his daughter at Knoxville nOUN to the wife of Ohio Huffman of Danville a daughter tim aged Mrs M L Harris is very ail at her home at Crab Orchard Miss InENe ROMANS of Lancaster was tho guest of Miss Ethel Dunn MRS THOMAS PHELPS of Richmond was tho guest of Mrs W M Bright Mn DANIEL WEST of Nichol nllle was the guest of Miss Lena Reynolds MRS LINDA TUCKER of Somerset is with her sister Mrs Kathryn Benz lay Mns N J HOIITON returned yester day from a visit to her daughter in Adafr 4lapse CARRIE llATCHERof Lancaster tr peht Thanksgiving with Mrs Leo Stone MR MORRIS M 1BHKINB and pretty wife of Crab Orchard woro In town Friday MillS FMILY ALBXANDHR of New York City Is with her aunt MISS Sue r r Woner MRS SUSAN YDAOBR will entertain the Thursday Afternoon Club next ThursdayREV C KHLIV of Louisville joined his wife at Mr T D Newlanda last week PROF WALTER 0 HOPPER of Mt Sterling spent several days with the homefolki hero Miss KATIE DI3 TON and Hattto up plngton pf Lexington were guests of Miss Minnie Woods MR G C KBNNEDY of Lincoln county was hero Saturday on business Frankfort Journal MR W II SMITH who lives at Whites Mill In the East End is very low with typhoid fever MRS S M SAUFLRY and ion Shel ton Marshall Sautloy of Frankfort aro with her homefolks here MR AND MRS J N SAUNDKRS will entertain the Married Peoples Club at 8 oclock Friday evening Miss GEORGIA LEWIS came down t I front Crab Orchard to see her father Dr T M Lewis who continues quito sick Miss FETTRO who has been teach ing music at Crab Orchard has accept ed n flattering call at Minneapolis Minn MR E B DENIIAM and family will pccupy the brick residence on Lancas ter street recently vacated by Mr and Mrs L B NunnelleyIMRS S H HICKLE who has been with her son Dr W F fickle nt Hubble left yesterday for her home at Powder Springs Tenn MRS C A Cox who has been spend ing a month in Columbia loft for Jones boro Tenn yesterday morning Dr Cox having taken up his residence in that cltyAdalr News MR AND MRS HORACE BROWN loft t J r yesterday for Washmgton where they will bo present when Mr Harvey Helm tho Congressman from tho Eighth Dis treat of Kentucky takes tho oath of office Mr Helm Is tho brother of Mrs Drown Mr and Mrs Brown will visit New York before returning home Courier Journal GALS SEE W H Muellers ad II J1ATCII for Farris Xmas opening XSAS goods opening Dec 5th at Far ris HEATING stoves const room for Xmas goods Farris CUT flowers roses and carnations for sale Mrs Ed Hubbard Stanford LOT of nice meat hogsfor sale J T Livingston Stanford R R No1 Miss LUCY ANDL MASSEY enter tamed quito a number of their young friends on Thanksgiving evening at their pretty country home They had splendid music and light refreshments wero served at 10 oclock The crowd broke up rather reluctantly X 1 LOT of fine big meat hogs for sale G A Swldebroad Hedgcvillc CAR of genuine nwen salt just arrived J H Uaughman Co BROWN Leghorn roosters for salo at each S H Aldridgo Stanford DROWN paper good for putting under carpets or on tho walls cteap at this ofllce DONT miss Farris opening of holi day goods Thursday Dec Gth from 2 to 9 p hilts W S Johns and W S E B Denham have our thanks for handsome calendars AN old fiddlers contest will bo pulled oil in Waltons Opera House about the middle of this month J A MANNING has succeeded Fred Boumann Jr as carrier on R F D No3 from Stanford FOR RtNTTho residence on Lan caster street now occupied by Mr W 0 Speed Possession Jan P P Nunnelley A MAN with a few hundred dollars to spare can get a good thing in the shape of an investment by calling on Mr L R Hughes at once TilE supervisors Messrs J N Monefec J C McClary anti C E Tote begun their job of going over the assessors work yesterday DONT forget tlftt storeroom oc cupied by the postoflleo will be sold at auction next Monday court day Terms half cash balance to suit purchaser Tim Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices Bio SALEDr R Jones of Cin cinnati but formerly of thiS place sold 100000 cakes of his advertising soap to the American Tobacco Co the largest advertising firm in tho world SOME careless hunter killed a valua ble mule for Sheriff T J Hill n few days ago Such carlesanca borders close on to the criminal and somebody will suffer if a atop is not put to it SHERIFF T J HILL and Circuit Clerk James F Holdam of Lincoln county brought James Harlan to the penitentiary to servo four years Ho was con victed at tho recent term of tho circuit court at Stanford Frankfort Journal e MR JOHN ROUINS of Brodhcad has bought out tho Shugors Drug Co at that placoand taken possession Mr J F Watson an experienced pharmacist is In charge Mr Shugars is un decided as to where ho will locate but ho will leave Brodhead we are told B B late republican candi date for the Legislature in Lincoln county has filed notice of contest for tho seat of Representative elcct W H Shanks Another case of the republicans asking for the world hoping that they may get just a littlo Advocate Tim Ladies Aid Society of the Bap tist church at Crab Orchard will meet with Mrs Frank Estes at 230 Wednes day afternoon when a full attendance U desired A call meeting will bo held at the Baptist church after tho prayer meeting Wednesday evening for the purpose of deciding on a pastor AT the tacky skating rink Friday night Miss Nancy Yeager won tho prize a season ticket Tho judges were Mesdames C E Tate of this place and Samuel Fulkerson of Middlesboro and Miss Martha Mencfce of Stanford Miss Yeager was dressed as an old woo man and mado a very tacky ono The next rink will be given Friday night 6th CAPT DAVID H GOYEN the veteran painter orator has our thanks for timely assistance in folding our papers Whenever ho has time ho comes up and helps us out This versatile old gentleman Is a walking encyclopedia and a remarkable man Ho can make a splen did political speech preach a fino sermon talk Masonry by the week quote scripture like a Methodist bishop answer any question ypu may propound and paint and paper a house better than anybody In short ho can do almost anything and unlike tho usual jackof all trades ho docs them all well He is a clever interesting gentleman and we enjoy his frequent visits to this office t No Weather Prophet Every one of tho signs Clthat men fail pointed to a very cold winter so we taught heavily In Winter goods The very cold weather has riot yet materialized Somebody missed it Wo find ourselves yet with largo quanti ties of Winter goods and these conditions call for an antidote Therefore our Greatest SemiAnnual CleanUp Sale begins MONDAY DEC 2ND The prices are cut deep in order to move them quick Como to this greatsale Come early See circular for particular SEVERANCE SON STANFORDFOR SALE200 seedbearing ginseng plants at IGc Aol P Brackett Stan ford Go to Farris Xmas opening Dec 5th from 2 to 9 Music by Stanford or chestra FOR rent for 1003 house on West Main now occupied by Dr Fowler Miss Dora Straub FOR SALEOne enBarred Ply mouth Rock hens and a fine rooster Ed Hubbard Stanford THERE is none better than the Bent wood patent churn Call and see itGeorge D Hopper IFALL went out like a lion consider able snow and rain falling during the day Winter came In ditto THOSE who do not aytheir town taxes by Dec 10 will not bo surprised to find their property advertised for sale It G Jones city marshal FOR SALE cono pulleys small imposing stone lot of second handed type type cases stands and other printers supplies Write orphone this office DR Hung REID is in receipt of a fine bird dog from his friend Dr P W Samuel of Louisville It is a highly bred dog and splendidly trained The doctor is very proud of the present WITH every stove r 5 we will give free la worth of Kar a van Coffee With every stove under 5 we give 50c worth of Knrnvan coffee The stoves are cheaptho coffee is excellent It is a bargain Geo D Hopper SQUIRE JAMES A DUDDERAR has re signed as magistrate which place he has filled with much credit and Gov Beckham on Saturday appointed Mr Jamos A McKechnie of the Hubble section one of the very best men in the county Tile Lincoln County Medical Society willconvene Tuesday Dec lUthat Mrs Patsy Browns hospital on Logan Avenue Dinner will bo served there All members are requested to be present as business of much importance is to be transacted THE Trio Co gave a very excellent entertainment at Waltons Opera House Saturday evening Those who did not see and hear the splendidly rendered program and they were greatly in the majority missed a real treat Mr Brown is a virtuoso with the violin Miss Vivian Is a fine pianist and Miss Fowler an entertaining reader TilE arrival of Hon Harvey Helm o Stanford in Washington was though- to put in danger the position of Ollie James as tho biggest member of Con gress but after a careful comparison o the two in the lobby at tho Klgga it was decided that Ollie still holds the palm as his avoirdupois exceeds that of Mr Helm by two or three stone though their height is about tho same TilE Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL tells of tho remarkable coincidence of the deaths of John G and James E Lynn of Lincoln county They were twins so much alike that close friends sometimes mistook one for tho other They were also alike in tastes and alike in good citizenship They bot suffered from the same disease an died of it tho one on Monday th e other on Wednesday and they woul have been 69 years of ago on Fri day The writer knew them well and was fully aware of their many fine traits Of them it could almost ho said They were closely united in life and in death they wero not divldedFrankfort Journal MRS CLARENCE E TATE very de lightfully entertained on Thanksgiving evening in honor of Misses Frances Beckett of Kansas City and Nnnnctto Simpson of Quannah Texas Some 25 couples were present and a most en joyablo evening was spent The hOSe pitablo home was beautifully prepared for tho happy occasion Ten tables wero arranged and on them various games such as flinch dominoes kro konole etc were played A prize was awarded to the winners who wero Miss Mary Phillips and Mr George B Sauf ley During the evening a toothsome lunch was elegantly served Those who were fortunate enough to bo pres ent speak in a most complimentary manner of tho splendid way in which they wero entertained We tako this means of thanking our many friends and neighbors who so ably assisted us in saving so much of our household goods from the tire which destroyed our homo in Junction City on Nov 24th Mr and Mrs E B Sween ey Mn GEO P BRIGHT showed us terday a rich sample of barytes whic is said to be the finest that has been found in Kentucky Ho says there an abundance of it on his farm near Bubble and we hope he will bo able to dispose of it at a big price THE new rural route from Moreland to Stanford and back by Turncrsvillc and Hustonvillo begun operations yes terday with Mr C K McClure carrier Ho arrives here about 9 A M and leaves in time to catch the Southbound mail train This route will help us get our papers to the West End the day of publication MATRIMONIAL Jesse t Duncan and Miss Mary Pres ton were married at the home of J H Dean in Garrard Dean Bell and Miss Dottie Crow were made one at the courthouse by Judge Owsley Friday Walter Martin a Perryville mer chant and Miss Ethel Johnson of Mercer wero married last week Henry C Burdett of Lower Garrard and Miss Stella May Shuttles of Junc tion City were made one last week News comes from Mt Vernon that a charming young lady of that place who occasionally visits here and who is greatly admired by our people general ly will be married early in tho coming year to a prominent young lawyer of PrestonsburgChas and Miss Lula Chandler were quietly married at the Baptist parsonage Richmond on the 27th by Rev George W Shepherd Tho bride is a daughter of Mr S M Chand ler of this count and is a fine young woman while the groom is a prosper ous young man Our friend Mr Karles Coffey now of Corbin was married in Louisville on Thanksgiving day to Miss Myrtle Parse Icy a handsome and popular young woman of London The ceremony was said by Dr Beauchamp at his homq on Second Street The happy couple pass ed up to Corbin yesterday Mr Coffey worked for K L Tanner Sons of McKinney for several years and he has many friends in this county About Digestion It is not the quantity of food taken but the amount digested and assimi vitalitytach and Liver Tablets Invigorate the stomach and liver and enable them refsuit Is u relish for your food Increased strength and weight greater endurance and a clear head Price 25 cents Samples free For sale by all druggists FARMS FOR SALE I Knrm iiTucre form In Franklin coon ty Iniliiiinllf from Metnmortt n town IIrooknllloI IIrllIIn nw meadow balance 200 acres cut dover limber Und We removed the timber on this farm lost year The land Is rolling consldereodcsold MiOacn8adJolnlng this turn on which no acres of tolmcco was raised the season and It can be seen and will showyou what the land will grow This farm has one good 6room frame houno n small barn Rood young orchard plenty of water on the farm and good tease around entire farm If you nre looking for a farm this Is your chance Our price y0Per lucre Como to itatus vlllo and will Ira glad to take you to tho rump rind show ItJFarm 2 miles from Metamora5J tulles from Brooks vlllo 10 acres Is cleared loud balance In timber A tworoom triune house on titfarm jrlro tilt mere wo tlmlx r This Is olio a good tobacco fnrllltKami 8 liOncre farurtuite from Jlor goattrconcres In cut over dumber and to acres In vlr gin timber A twostory brick house of rooms slate roof cellar under entire house Interior finished In rite wool and fresco framelntruswltlnn largo orchard The buildings on this farms could not be ru dactyl today for fc0ono Our goodhomowith good building In the Htato of Indiana today Our terms are M cash balance 110 each year with o per cent Interest secured by mortgage titles are perfect und wo will furnish abstract to purchaser Also have two other tarsus wo will sell Wo advertised these farms In several of tho papersIf write us nt once or roll on Befereaco First Notional flank TUB IIUIKNHHANDOO Bntesvllle dad SuitsJIf you want to own n swell Suit at a very small cost look ours over One lot Spring Suits for men Price 815 sale price 8075 12 Black or Grey Suitsgood stylesnew former price 815 and 81C50sale price 8975 12 new to inch Coat Suits and Prince Chap Suits at onefourth off the price Most of these arrived within the last week SKIRTS Wo will allow you to take onefifth ofthe price of any of our excellent show of Skirts South East Corner Main and Depot Streets L 11 SEE I Holidaynty Pins Hat Pins Belt Buckles Belt Pins Veil Pins Collar Supporters Fancy Ball PinsBelts Col lars Egyptian Silks Fasci natorsEiderdown Sacques Baby Caps and Moccasins Complete stock of Soft Sole Baby Shoes TRIBBLE HUGHES IDry Goods Notions Shoes jl Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 S IIa = = Ii hoI = O IJ Q It= 7aI 0 lti w en = O t IPI irI l = is = e g g B O t m 0 1 Aso I I I It is oil on prices at the at Huston vine Wo are price fighters Your EnNr- J n1I 0 ljg CC U1h nIc4ii MMa The Lid The Lid The Lid Emporium LidBe sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have thissWe can please you Quality and price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS I A beautiful dirt to select from Prices to suit all We curry u general lino Clothing hoots and Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If you have never worn a pair of Shoe I dont wonder that ou have been so disappointed Try ME27 years selling Shoes Our Falland Winter stock is now full and complete Como antI inspect our stock I know I can do you good Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighterr We have everything for a good Thanksgiving Din = ner Phone us your order Lata Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Ii rI lJ The Interior Journal d S1anordV I i f 8BO TDEBDAYS AMD UDY t AT giGo PER YEAR CASH When not paid3L00 will be charged L tN TIME TKBLE No Mouth 11S1 r3tNo 23 Houth lrItJ rM No J4 North OTA x Non North 817 P JOS Se RICE Agent Jesse W Sweeney i rBerRI TO- RrLTIlfyv Food and Sole Stable Lancaster K- yNOTICEM needing n Union Jack and V Iro iaaudattitanturdhHe order lint one heyell a vysuandtakeyourorder and will fl- liteamean short noticeIIT LUNSFORD S B P CARTER Now Liver Depot Street phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Once over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Joseph 3244 Vol I I pure bred and hni been accepted for reg ttsy In the Ilrst volume of The American Tmmuorth Hwtne Record Auoclntlon Book aoiVrthoruleiof the 118socinUon and will be NoJKII ai above Hire Edward No SBV lm Alexandra Not Hire of SIre Mapla 00111 Bruce No dam of BlreOanadlan I Street clam Kentucky Boy No dan- eI dam Golden 1nva It Is well itiovm that the lamworth Swine is th highest price swine on the market HIM sIn weight IJSffi at years old r dam Alexandra weight iuoool taVrtJVO Ills welRhtSMnt months He crmscs well with every breed I will stand labcaat SI cash JOHN COOK Stanford Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ors Also Dealers in Fur miture MattiugaRugs They Willexchange Furniture for atil Kinds of Stock Give them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY aist ffcouo Home Phone 35 paSTED sr whose names appear below strictly OsrlWhuntingtlddngoranykind of trey pros cut oratorft to law k x Ooopljr Mnry fppies yrrF Walter Warren Mrs IRttlll Whit- toIMplOnUtos fIlial y Hpoonnmore IPUCarte lien IMiirtlo M K Lawn Iteuben Curtis IH lloeknr JM 1ottus rAltlee Morgan Ooappell muudtHcbnorfer Oreun Korrlll S lv UoUzclBw n W Hasty Mrc J Iulllnm H L Pulllnm UtAI llnlmer Mrs KatherIne Ador trva d Pi xton Aslil9y fcOUlannon kansr NOllilli J Nuvln Cnrltr dr1t thick Joseph Dnllou Jl II Mrs Jusdeices J Oninenlstli ilrJG1n rp nter U lMcxu W KStart In ThompsonftosuneFerrll 1adQlturton J It Huiiclr 3IC ltlcbnrd on Joseph Kriut Vis Mettle lluwes lira ffr A VonQruengBn K KflBlnv jUkxrt VonOruungiin T Traylor aUtnrn Gooch H 1lummer i dIfetIrylluaterviu r WcCFloyd JWIeck t JnrvU JwBeughmnn Spntttp1looch Utilvens jj bn Martin Alcorn 1011 OOlllonlseh WmOordtar IEfattavktr MD Elmore tn ru E tewctlstevunf John Juler s A 1sJ tl w FARMERS DEPARTMENT T A Brent sodtcJohn D Anderson a yearling mule for 90 Ballard delivered a lot of corn to IEd parties at 260 wagon loads of new tobacco sold at 8 cents at Owenton W C Bradley owner of Major Del mar 159 has bought the great trot ter Todd for 30000 Bishop Hibler R Co of Paris bought two carloads of fat hogs at 4c and 90 900pound cattle at 31c FOR SALEA No1 Jersey milk cow from Burnstde and Dr Baileys Jersey herds Call on Jack RouteIn Shelby county Tom Davis sold to Harry Knight 54 export cattle at 580 They averaged 1460 pounds I want to buy 100 barrels of corn at once I have some sows pigs and shoats to sell M J Hoffman More land KyeImported Ingolsby the famous thor oughbred stallion belonging to Charles Moore of Fayette fell and broke IAhip He had to be destroyed black gilt with white stripe in face has been at my place five or six weeks- i Owner can get her by paying for this- notice and her keep C K McClure e Nonassociation farmers who reside in the Pembroke neighborhood have re ceived threatening letters warning them agajnst trying to injure tho asso elationThere came to my placo about a month ago a black gilt white stripe on forehead white feet weight about SO pounds Owner can get same by pay lug for this notice and her keeping J L Anderson Crab OrchardeThirty mules picked from tho best bred stock in Kentucky were shipped list Saturday to Hamburg Each of them is a picked animal standing at least 178 hands high and they are val ued at 1000 a pair They were con signed to Carl Hagenbeck but he will immediately turn them over to the German government and thev will be used in the military service Farmers Home Journal A tickling cough from any cause is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops thoroughlyntells mothers everywhere to give it without hesitation oven to veryyoung babes The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lunghealing mountainous shrub furnish the cura tive properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sore and sensitive bronchial mem branes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the Doctor usesliThe Sacred Herb Always demand Dr Shops Cough Cure Sold by Pennys Drug Store The statement of the New York clearinghouse banks for the past week shows that the banks hold S2989425 Isss than the requirments of the 25 per cent reserve rule This is an in crease of 1114175 in the proportionate cash reserve as compared with the previous week Badly Mixed Up Abraham Drown of WInterton N Y had a very remarkable experience he says Doctors got badly mixed up over me one said heart disease two called it kidney trouble the fourth blood poison and the fifth stomach and trouble but none of them helped so my wife advised trying Electric which are restoring me to per health One bottle did mo more than all the five doctors pre Guaranteed to cure blood weakness and all stomach and kidney complaints by Pen s Drug Store SOc Argument was begun Saturday in he Bradley trial in Washington The urt room was crowded overflowing Assistant District Attorney Hoover paned for the Government and he was followed by Mr Wells of counsel fir the defense r Heres Good Advice O S Woolever one of the best known merchants of Le Raysvllle N Y says If you are ever troubled with piles apply Ducklens Arnica Salve It cured me of them for good 2Q years ago Cures every sore wound burn or abrasion 25c at Pen nys Drug Storp The fire bug who has been operating in Murray has begun his work again setting fire to a tobacco warehouse but the blaze was extinguished in a few minutes A bottling plant and two residences have been burned in the last few days Trial Catarrh i4meoteare being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests arc providing to the people without a pennys costthe great value of this scientific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by Pennys Drug Store Murrol Winfrey nine years old was saved from death by burning by th- ebrycy of his companion Garland Mc y 11 Years old at Paducah was burned extin et1the A Dangerous Deadlook that sometimes terminates fatally la the stoppage of liver and bowel funct ions To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sensations Dr Kings New Life Pills should always bo your remedy Guaranteed satis factory in every case or money back at Pennys Drug Store sic Ono life was lost and over 100000 worth of property was destroyed in a fire near Covington La when St Jo sephs Academy St Josephs Convent St Josephs Monastery and St Josephs Catholic church were burned Notice To Our Customers Wo are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung trouble is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and wo recommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults G L Penny Dogvillo Dogville l They took away the still And there aint much left Of olu Dogville Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup tho now Laxative stimulates but does not Irritate It U the best Laxative Guaranteed or your money back G L Penny Fruit and Orna mental Trees Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawu and Garden We employ 110 agents Catalogue on application II F HILLKSMKYKU it SON- SLexington K- yWeak KidneysWe- ak Kldnen Mint to weak kidney tores The Kidneys UiarllMrt sad the oIUaUand t Uennben them Dr Shoops Reston re II medicine ipedflcallr prepared to reach these KIdneysaloneUyour tack aches or ii weak If the urine scalds orlidarkandttronrlf you ham irmptomt of Brtllbta or other dareamw or dangerous kid tryDrShoopaReetortUveamontaTabieUOtLtoaidandsee do for TOO DrunUt recommend and sell ShoopsRestorative 250 REWARD For Information that Will convict any one trespAutng on my tarot hunters take warning IHTKVIHB- belDy City Ky MCKINNEY MARL GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Ornnlte nod Marble Monuments KlrstVlnts Work at Ilrnxinnhlo Prices Ollloe ami Works MoKlnncy Ky Hhop close on HaturUay HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE IN CRAI ORCHARD I S I have for snit two houses and lots on Fair IroumlHIrvet Term mmlo known on up plication IHAH 1IUTO1IKK- Ornli Orc hard KI Good Business for Sale My property eneral tock of mer chnndlsu III cost will sell Rt unto alit give furtluerInforutnttuuNltllOOIK MnrksburyKy HOTEL FOR RENT I loiter for rent for the year IBM III hotel In lnncnuter known ni the Mason lintel or Sullies louse The InillillnRls well localtil and enjoy a food patronage A good op jiortunlty for innn Apply nt once StllH EJ JIAHOK Lancaster Ky GILIERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no one but come and All 1100 lollllt reduced prices Menstlll1 lo- Rdlel Underwear also tubllll1I Sflo fnclnn tors nt aC Gin ones for 3V cakes of Ixinox Wolverine soap for liVi S JIC lIt leasLinen Collnrt for ISo Mens Hwenters for I will IM very grateful for pn tronnRe J tIITl GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there 110 difference In the price of ready- made suit and a suit mndeto your mrniure aken by nn experienced UtlorT I have a hnndtome line of Fall and Winter goods I jan make from a low business suit to the nnest dress null Also Overcoats Trout irt and Fancy Vests Tbo company I represent Is second to none U1tt11LtaTheTftllor Stanford Ky YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARK- BDetiQNt COPYRIGHTS Ac An tme eendiat a ekMcb and Disc oar opintos as- invention probably pai t jmmaI pent irelJIdestaeytut en atentl Scientific flmerican A bsndtoraslr lllailrslnd we klr I rrnt Ill relation ofanyelntlee Jollfbl Terras M a UN months6r B Plo Sold NewYork Great keduciion I In order to make room for my Spring stock of Buggies I will for the next 30 days sell what I have now on hand at a great reduction in price Call and see EaT PENCE STANFORD KY First National Bank receivert Stanford Kr Capital Stock 500001 This Institution was originally established u the Deposit Dank of in 1191 then reorganlted ai the National Dank of Stanford hi UU and agalll reorjtDheJ as the First national Baik of Stanford lo I8S haying bad practically an uninter rupted existence 43 years It Is better supplied now facilities for traniact tng badness promptly and well than ever before Dolts long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Flductarlts old Car poratlons Solicited 60 Officers J HOOKER Press T OAHHM V Pros JJ MoRO RRTiI Ohr W n WEAKEN AssMJhr Directors r Reid Oanrllle BT Harris Stanford JB Hooker Stanford E L Tanner McKinney M P Elmore Stanford H DaughmantBtauford T P Jas Roblnion Hubble J H Dauc mall Stanford J M Pettus Stanford OE Tate Stanford FLORIDA AND WITHOUT NEW ORLEANS mhVIA QUEEN I CRESCENT ROUTE Sale November 1st 1907 WintAH mOTOn ReturnnQ lIay3stI9 8 Fpr Infqrmutloo aejl1atof botcls address aCKlNGCfP 8T A IH st texle4dalti i Xmas Opening I r Thursday Dec 5thj From 2 to 9 P M The grandest display of China in Table Ware Novelties and Lamps ever shown in the city German Bavarian Haviland French and American Ware will be display Dont miss it Music Stanford Orchestra t GEORGE H FARRIS Wanted Blue Grass Farms If you want to sell or exchange your Fit mi Store Mill or other property write to us We are the oldest mill most extensive advertisers of any real estatQ agency in Kentucky and are iji touch with buyers nil over thofGQiintpy and we can sell 0111toproperty It costs nothing to list with us We ask no charges unless property sells We also make u specialty of collecting notes and accounts If you have any for collectioniwrite to us Address Reference First National Bank Farmers National Bank and Citizens Ban- kSomerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky i TO HOUSEKEEPERS I t rr The Standard Oil Cos INCORPORATED e Celebrated Lamp Oil FIRE PROOF Gives a PERFECT LIGHT and is Superior in every respect to the SoCall ed Fancy Oils for which you pay more money Try it and be convinced For sale by all uptodate dealersti the Lincoln County national flank Of Stanford Kntutv Capital 5QQQOOO Surplus 26000OO s H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER I J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DlflEOTORSi J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanfprd Vf H Shanks Stanford W 0 Walker 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