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I u TH if INTERIOP JOURNAL I VOL XXXV F STANFORD KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 6 1907 N080 I BRODHEAD Hog killing Is the order of the day f Owing to tho cool weather and the heater not being In there was no Sunday school at tho Baptist church last V Sunday Tho heater Iibeing put In I position this week and will bo ready for ute next Sunday when Pastor T M Smith will fill his regular appointmen Rev J W Carter of Owen count and a brother to Dr W F Carter ot this place will begin a protracted tneo ing at tho Methodist church Sunday Rev Carter Is a fine man and a good rcnsoncr on rfcllgloua topics Pastor Slpplo will assist All should attend thcso meetings and encourage tho mi s Isicrs Mr and Mr Ed Albright spent Sun day and Monday with relatives in Crab Orchard II L Howe and wife of Richmond are visiting tho Jailers alII ter Mrs Ed Newland at this plac Dr J F Watson tolls us that his mother aged 81 of tho Providence neighborhood Is very low George Sutton the hustling merchant of Dee Lick was with us awhile Wednesday on his way homo from Mt Vernon Miss liottin Hicks informs us that she oxpocla her father and mother to return from Kansas City next week nnd that Mrs Hicks health is much Improved She has been under treatment for cancer for several weeks by a epee lalist at Kansas City Miss Corn Wesley of Liberty and Miss Carter of Owen county sister to Dr Carter are expected this week to be the guests of Mrs Mollio Durham Several student from Uorea College worn guestA of George Frith Miss Katie Cass has returned to school at Stanford aftc spending Thanksgiving with homefolki I Notwithstanding tho gloomy day- urge crowd gathered at Frcedor church south of hero last Sunday and services were held which wore style iOld Folks Day IITho singing of oM time songs talks from several and an old fashioned basket dinner was tho or der of tho day Tho speakers wen Prof Ed Gentry Rev R Hurley am George E Painter The oldest person was given a fino Olblo and Uncle Matt Owens was tho recipient being C3 years old When tho request was mdo for nil those who attended churcl there 40 years ago to stand up only three responded Uncle Matt Owens i Aunt Martha frown and George E Painter n HUSTONVILLE Dont fall to attend the rink Frida evening Gth Somo special feature will be Introduced during the evenings Tho quiet slumbers of James Fletcher and family were disturbed last Mon day night Tho continued calling of some ono frown tho dark banks of Pino Lick creek aroused tho family and af ter several shouts were exchange tho lost was found anti Rev It B Ma hony after refusing an invitation to spend tho remainder of tho night wa put on tho highway home Tho county authorities have credit lor- i authorizing tho stono crusher recent located on tho farm of A D McKinney to crush tho stono about three times tho size called for In tho specifications This was lone and tho stono spread be ing noticed by tho contractors for hand broken stone are following tho exam plo set by tho crusher Thcro should bo no favorites and had tho contracts been let for crushing stone this size fully 50 per cent could have been saved tho county on thcso contracts as well as on tho gravel contracts lot on the Mlddloburg turnpike just below Mt Salem A Real Wonderland South Dakota with its rich silver mines bonanza farms wldo ranges and strange natural formations is a vent able wonderland At Mound City In tho homo of Mrs E D Clapp a wonderful case of healing has lately occurred ilor son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Exhausting coughing spoils occurred S every five minutes writes Mrs Clapp when I began giving Dr Kings Now Discovery the groat medicine that saved his life and completely cured him Guaranteed for coughs and colds throat and lung trouble by Pennys Drug Store COo and 81 Trial bottlo free According to the returns of the- apccial census taken as of July 1907 the population of Oklahoma is 733062 nnd that of Territory is 681115 aa compared with tho population in 1900 and 392060 respectively q Thla Is an Increase in seven years for Oklahoma of 231731 or 84 per cent v and for Indian Territory of 289055 or 733 per cent tNotice To our Customers 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 we recommend it 1 as a safe remedy for children and adults 0 L Penny CHURCH MATTERS Tho title of Reverend was first us ed in England in 1C57 Rev Tt W Darker will preach at Lynnwood schoolhouse Sunday aftc noon at 230 oclock Tho Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church wilt meet at Mrs W M frights Saturday afternoon at 2 o clockRev T W Barker will preach Sunday morning and night at the Methodist church Ills morning subject will bo Who are tho Five Two and One Talent Men of Stanford Rev David L Wright an aged mir liter of Bedford Ind went to his barn to saddle his horse to go to churcl Two hours later ho was found with his face eaten off by hogs Ho Is supposed to have died of heart trouble The Christian Church has just raise tho salary of Eld H C Garrison tho pastor from 1800 to 2000 per yeas Eld Garrison strongly advocated tho erection of a new and commodiou church building in his sermon last Sunday Advocate Homer W Carnontcr who for tho last two years has been acting as field secretary of tho State Christian En deavor Society has resigned his position to take effect January 1st Mr Car penter resigned to take charge of tho First Christian church at Lima Ohio which issued a call for him a month or so ago Miss Agnes Templeton the only white woman missionary at the Baptist Indian Mission at Valvcrdc Rio Arribi county New Mexico was brutally murdered either by Mexicans or Indians An unconfirmed report says that Mla Templeton was assaulted before beinj put to death David Martinez Y San chez is under arrest as a suspect Tho following is tho program of the District Sunday School Convention to bo held at tho Methodist Church June tion City 230 r M Sunday next undo auspices of Boylo County Sunday School Association 1 Devotional 2 The Superintendents Opportunity T S Lingle 3 Why Adults Should At tend Sunday School Dr Chase 4 The Teachers Obligation to tho Class Mrs J J Dickey C What Can tho Pupils Do to Mako tho Sunday School a Sue caw t Prof Lancaster Election of of fleets for ensuing year HUBBLE Mr and Mrs T C Rankin are no joking over the arrival of a son J M Snoonamoro sold somo small shoals to Sweeney Morgan at 41c Corn is selling at 12 to 2 25 per barrel Last year a swarm of bees located ii tho attic of Jack Spoonamoros house and this yearhe took over 200 pounds of good honey Tho American Barytes Co has shutdown for tho winter Tho Dix Riyci Co is hunting for 50 hands at good prices and is going right on with the miningTho Christian church has secured the services of Elder W G Montgomery and ho will begin his work about Jan Elder J T Williams will till his ap- poIntment at tho Methodist church Sun day morning Miss Bottle Walter entertained a number of friends at an elegant Thanks giving dinner Mr and Mrs harry Griffis of Danville are receiving congratulations over a son which arrived last week The mother was pretty Miss Ethel Carman of this place The stork also alighted at tho homo of Mr Aubrey Bourno and left a fino son Miss Hazel Stono has returned to Stan ford after a visit to Miss Jewel Spoon amore When to Go Home From tho Dlufflon Ind Banner When tired out go homo When you want consolation go home When you want fun go home When you want to show others that you have reformed go homeland let your family Iret acquainted with tho fact When you want to show yourself at your jest go homo and do tho act there iVhen you fool like being extra liberal JfO homo and practice on your wlfo and children first When you want to ihlno with extra brilliancy go homo tnd light up tho whole household fo which wo would add when you lave a bad cold go homo and take Chamberlains Cough Remedy and a quick cure is certain For sale by all Irugglsts FARMERS DEPARTMENT J T Livingston sold a lotot meat hogs at G to 5c Walter Warren bought of Dr J F oyton 20 70pound shoats for 50 Ready cash for tobacco brought out a largo quantity of tho weed in Paducah nnd all of last week wagons wero pouring Into that place A black gilt with white stripe in face has been at my place five or six weeks Owner can got her by paying for this notice and her keep C K McClure r NEWS NOTES Four railroad men on a fishing trip were drowned in tho Altamaha river at Mount Pleasant Ga A twoyearold son of Albert Ransh was burned to death in Chicago whit trying to smoke his fathers pipe Clarence Sturgeon the Loulsvlll triple murderer will not be hanged during Gov Bcckhama term of office Tho steamer Kronprinzcssln Cccillc which arrived n New York Tuesda from Bremen brought 6400000 worth of gold The grand jury at Paducah is investigating tho alleged wagering of large sums of money on the recent election In that city and may return indictments Miss Ella Blanks the 19ycarol daughter of a prominent Trigg count farmer was seized and criminally assaulted by an unknown white man who left his victim unconscious and escaped Tho second trial of Harry K Thaw on the charge of killing Stanford Whit was postponed until January Tho court ordered that a special panel oC 250 talesmen bo summoned for the selection of the jury Suit against the American Tobacc Company charging violation of the antitrust laws of Kentucky was file by Matthew J Henncssy Common wealths Attorney in the Mason Circuit Court Damages of 5000 are receivers of tho Southern Steel Company of Birmingham the big in dustrialcorporation which was thrown into Involuntary bankruptcy several weeks ago havo decided to close down all of the mines furnaces and plants oC the company Cadets at tho Kentucky State Col lege at Lexington havo decided to attend the inauguration of tho new Governor and will tako part in the parade prior to tho administration of the oath of once The cadets will pay their own expenses In tho New York Supremo Court Justice DowUng dismissed seven in dlclments charging forgery against John R liegeman president of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Threo indictments charging liegeman with perjury were sustained The United States Supremo Court sustained tho decision of the Kentucky court of appeals In tho suit for back taxes against the National Bank of Kentucky Tho contentions of the au ditors agent ore upheld and tho bank will have to pay the State and county about 20000- Bowling Green prohibitionists aro ex orcised over tho granting of a new license for ono year to a tavern which is just outside tho city limits and while tho city will soon bo dry the one saloon will serve all tho thirsty Protests and remonstrances were filed but the license was granted Not guilty was the verdict render ed in tho case of Mrs Annie M Bradley charged with the murder of former United States Senator Arthur M Brown on December 8 last Amid the applause of a crowd that filled the court room Mrs Bradley with tear dimrped eyes was discharged from custody and a trial that has evoked national attention during tho last three weeks was nt an end A Home Made Happy by Chamberlains Cough Remedy About two mouths ago our baby girl hud measlos which settled on her lungs and at last resulted in a severe ttack of bronchitis Wo had two loctora but no roller was obtained everybody thought she would die- I went to eight different stores to find u certain remedy which had been recommended tome and failed to get It when one of tho storekeepers Insisted that I try Chamberlains Cough lemcdy 1 did so and our baby is rlivo nnd well today Geo W Spence Holly Springs N C For sulo by all druggists Tho United States Circuit Court ofAp penIs decided tho appeal from the cderal Court of Kentucky in the caso of Mary A Quinlan against Green county Kentucky holding that the railroad bonds issued by that county TO valid The bonds amount to 250 000 Citizens of Green county in 1871 voted tho bonds to assist in tho build sng of the Cumberland and Ohio railway The failure of tho railroad enter prlso caused the county to resist payment of the bonds Mary A Quinlan has 47900 of tho bonds pp The finest Coffco Substitute ever lade has recently been produced by Dr Shoop ofllaolne Wis You dont havo to bolt it 20 or 30 minutes Made In u minute says thQ doctor health Coffee is really the closest offco Imitation over yet produced Not u grain of real Coffee in it either Health Coffey Imitation is made xpom puao toasted cereals or grain with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an spent were ho to unknowingly drink tfor Coffee Sold at Pennys Drug IStore r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The Q C depot at Somerset burn ed causing a 10000 loss Henry Bunch of Whitley county who is under sentence for 15 years for manslaughter wns paroled The Board of Prison Commissioner paroled Ed Williams sent up from Danvillo for five years for killing Sam Landy Williams had served about two years of his term Albert Thomas and Henry Johnson both colored are In jail at London charged with stealing a mail sack from the trucks at the Corbin depot and destroying over 2000 letters In a light between Walter McCrear and Clinton Ross farmers residing near Lancaster McCreary was stabbed and in not expected to live An old trouble between them brought on thu difjjculty The last effort to have saloons In Richmond for threo years was de feated when the County Judge dis missed the petition for another Ioca option election in Madlspn county The fight has been a long and hard one R Luko McDougald who has been a faithfuland competent employe of the Southern Express Co as transfer clerl in this city for some time past has been promoted to messenger on the rur between Cincinnati and MorelandAd vocale The city of Harrodsburg purchased the water works Saturday for 36000 Tho suit against the concern which was filed for damages by Mrs R E God dard was also settled for 500 Mrs Goddard filed suit against the company for failure to provide water to extin guish the fire which burned her home In accordance with an agreement he had made with M O Winfrey Democratic nominee for State Superintend ent of Public Instruction Prof John Morris Inducted Prof Winfrey back Into tho Middleaboro Graded school Ho announced to the children in tho city schools whom he was leaving that he was going to leave them and give them back their old city superintendent MIDDLEBURG There was n party of bird hunters from Hustonville here Saturday Mrs A H Royalty of Yosemite Is quite sick J K Coffey and Dr Haney went to Liberty Monday Mrs Nancy Jones aged mother of Q R and C C Jones is dangerously ill Frank Lee the little crippled son of Mrs Laura Lee and Ernest and Preston Miller sons of W T Miller were badly burned about tho face last week While playing with a sniall can of powder it took fire from a lighted match and exploded Their faces havo been wrapped in cotton since and havo not presented as lovely appearance as they night Watterson says he voted the democratic ticket at the late election but 10 has not been able up to this writing- to convince any of the democratic readers of the CourierJournal in this vicin- Ity of the truthfulness of tho statement On the contrary it is the con census of opinion among democrats here hat Watterson and the whole Courier Journal layout voted tho republican ticket The Baptists are preparing for a firth Sunday service here on the 29th Tho ifllccrs and teachers of the Sunday school will make a report of their work and tho children will take part The officers and teachers of the different iunday schools here have organized a teachers meeting that promises to be qulto interesting and helpful They held their first meeting with Mrs Laura Lee last Friday night when most of the teachers wero present and took part When the Stomach Heart or Kid toy nerves get weak then these organs ilways fail Dont drug the Stomach nor stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys That is simply a makeshift Get a prescription known to Druggists verywhore as Dr Shoops Restora tlye The Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak inside nerves Itrengthcn these nerves build them up with Dr Shoops Restorative tablets or liquidand seo how quickly Holp will como Free sample test sent 011 request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health is surely worth this simple test Sold by Pennys Drug Store George Ring accidentally shot and killed his cousin Ray Moore while out unting in Pendleton county Ring was ralking in front of Moore with his gun over his shoulder The weapon was ac Idenlally discharged and a full load of shot lodged in Moores breast For any of tho ordinary diseases of the skin Chamberlains Salve is excellent It not only allays tho Itching and smarting but effects a cure For 8nlo by all druggists Gen Allen Thomas a Confederate veteran and former minister to Vcnezu eta is dead at Waveland Miss XMAS PRESENTSI tc t14 troe rr t XMAS PRESENTS W H MuellerSTANFORD KY Shoes and Rubber Goods Our stock is complete Now is the time to get your Footwear We have all kinds of the best brands High Top Shoes 8250 to 8400 We have the best brands in Rubber goods Come and see our stock of Shoes and Rubber Footwear before you buy elsewhere and get prices SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hnts Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc Day Light Fronts Something new in Blizzard Fronts When not in use tho light folds up in top of buggy and apron is used for lap apron Try one Apron instantly detached from foldingligbt se W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky Books Wall Paper 1FoorW B MoRo rtsuA DRUGGIST STANFORD PEasONAL Bupervisiou given to all Prescriptiona compounded i i rr The Interior Journal K c WALTON JOHN J MOSER is a candidate for Jnller of Lincoln county subbed to the action of the Democrat 0 party M BRUCE 1lsnandidnleforlnhlerofItncoln counts innlect to the action of the l11oerllt 0 party JAMES C HAYS It it cnndldntn for Jailer of Lincoln cotint abject to the action of the Democrat 0 party D C ALLEN It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln com ty subject to the action of the Democrat party Democratic Ticket Fur United States Senator J C W BECKHAM AFTER eight years of splendid service Gov J C W Beckham has but four days to servo as the Chief Executive of the State On next Tuesday Augus tus E Willson of Louisville will be sworn in as Governor and will take up the reins of governmant for a pe riod of four years The law says that the minor State officials will assume their duties on the first Tuesday after the first Monday This day falls on January 7 On that date the new Re publican State officials will assume the duties of their respective offices On the same day the gavels will fall in both branches of the General Assembly and the legislative session of 1903 be onTae Sixtieth Congress was formerly organized in both branches Monday the usual brilliant scenes marking the op ening Joseph G Cannon was reelected Speaker of the House and took his seat amid tremendous applause from both sides Following the allotment of seats a spirited debate occurred over the adoption of the old rules the demo crats arguing that too much power was placed in the hands of the Speaker One republican voted with the demo erateon the question Both Houses adjourned without transacting any busi ness out of respect to members who have recently died THE presidents message is such a lengthy document that we have not finished reading it yet We hope to make some comment on it after we complete thq voluminous article The message demonstrates one thing fox certain and that is Teddy is the longest winded president the U S ever had As tar as we have been able tQ find out not a single Senator or Represcntn five has said he will not vote for Gov Beckham for V S Senator and It looks like a 100 to 1 shot now that he will be elected on the first ballot So mote it be POLITICAL Representative Edwards of Ken tacky has introduced a bill prohibiting the shipment of liquor into prohibition districtsRepresentative Garner of Texas has introduced a bill creating a new form of legal tender to be calledUnited States currency notes and providing for their pinting to the amoupt of 500000000 The Secretary of the Treasury sent to Congress the estimates of appropria tions required for the fiscal year ending June 30 1009 The figures show an in crease of 79479819 over the estimates for 1908 lIon B J Bethurum of Somerset will be a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney in his district next time If a republicanhas to have the office we knjw of noone we had rather see get it than he- Chairman James H Ferris of the 0Populist National Committee has is sued a call for a national convention to be held in St Louis April 2 for the t purpose of candidates for president and vice presidentIKentucky Democratic Congressmen were much disappointed by PresidentI Rooaeveltsjreference to the question in his message The suggestion that the tariff schedules should not beI disturbed at present is regarded as a victory for the standpatters and a de feat for the revisionists A law making blood relations within a certain degree of kindred ineligible to appointment to a State office in Ken tucky will probably be passed coming sessionof the General AssemM bly It is stated Gov Willson mayrec ommend in his message to the Legis lature that such a law be enacted McCreary escorted Senator tSenator the Vice Presidents desk new Senator went up to take t the oath Senator McCreary arrived I r in Washington Saturday night to the gratification of those who feared the condition of Mrs McCreary would allow of his being there for some notI The Democratic Senators held a ference and elected Senator C Culberson of Texas chairman of the Democratic caucus This position carries the nominal leadersHip of the minority on the floor Senate Senator McCreary of Kentucky was chosen vice chairman and Mr Owen the Senatortobe from Oklahoma was made secretary of the caucus iHere and There IFire destroyed the kitchen of the Leland Hotel Lexington Henry 0 lIav meyer president of the American Sugar Refining Co Is dead The work of selecting a jury for the trial of George A Pettibone is underway at Boise Idaho James Ayres marshal of Jellico was given 10 years in the penitentiary for killing Sampson Bolton The employers liability law was declared unconstitutional by Circuit Judge Watts Parker at Lexington Fifty have been killed and twice as many wounded according to report from Djakova Albania in a fight between Catholics and Moslems In a freeforall fight at a distillery near Olive Hill Frank Hall was shot and killed and Charlie Garvin was stab bed nine times and is not expected to liveThe jury before which Caleb Powers is being tried was taken from George town to Frankfort Wednesday to view the grounds where the assassination oc curredThere were 1180 commercial failure in the United States during the month of November The liabilities show a decrease of 10000000 as compared with October Secretary Taft arrived in St Petersburg Tuesday and was given a cordia welcome He visited the Douma in the afternoon and delivered an address at a banquet of Americans at night In a sweeping opinion Justice OGo man of the New York Supreme court denounced as a clear violation of the law every possible form of Sunday stage entertainment under whatever titleWith the head and shoulders floating above the water the body of D R Rankin the missing cashier of the de funct Merchants and Planters Bank was found in Cache creek two mile north of Lawton Okla I promised Sim I Would not commit this crime but my burden is more than I can bear I kill myself because I ar so deaf wtpte Mrs Minnie Garrett of JcfTersonville Ind before killing herself with a shot gun Rev R BMahony in Baptist Recorder During the latter part of Octo ber we closed a most precious and helpful meeting in our church at Stanford The pastor was assisted by his brother Rev J A Taylor of Shelbyville Tenn The preaching was pungent and the Gospel was presented in all of its fullness and power One of the striking things about the preaching was the great faith wnlc the preacher seemed to have in the truths which he proclaimed There was no wavering or uncertain sound about it He depended upon the Gospel and that alone to do the work None of the modern manipulations were resorted to attract a crowd or save souls He verily believed that the Gospel was the power of God unto salva tion The meeting resulted in a large number of additions by experience and baptism by relation and a real quicken ing of the membership Indeed I have never seen the church more alive to its duties and obligations Our pastor the Rev J Murray Tay lor came to uN regularly after the close of the Seminary in June though called previous to that time and is moving forward grandly in his work His people all love him and outsiders as well for they come in large numbers to hear him He is wise and aggressive and we feel we have in him a splendid preacher and a most excellent pastor The memory of former pastors Bruce llsom Sizemore Bro Geo Hunt of blessed memory Crouch and Huey still nger with us and they are often referred to and held in the most affectionate remembranceHIGHLAND The Tobacco raisers are very busy getting their tobacco ready for ship Ling O G Speaks has been working on- his new house James Skidmore has added quite an addition to his house H H Walls and Daily Hutchison are both quite ill at this time Mrs Canada Epperson has moved to her new roperty lately bought of J S Young S S Bastin has moved to his new house Rich Young has moved to the laugh farm George Walls has moved to Fayctte county James Osborne has moved to Junction City to follow the barber trade W II Terry of Wa- ton has moved back and lives on the Fox place near here M 0 Surber daysinceBurton Spires Miss Martha Meier has gone to Louisville Miss Gracie Young WIlS home from Stanford Sunday Miss Ora Williams and Mr Cyrus Johnson school teachers visited homefolks lour Waynesburg Saturday and Sun IHeres Good Advice one of the best known merchants of Lo Raysville N Y says If you are ever troubled with piles apply Bucklons Arnica Salve It cured me of them for good 20 years ago11 Cures every sore wound burn or abrasion 25c at Pen nys Drug Store Millions of bottles of Foloyi Honey and Tar have been sold with out any person ever having experienced any other than beneficial ro suits from its use for coughs colds and lung troubles This is because the genuine Foloys Honey and Tar in the yellow package contains no opiates or other harmful drugs Guard your health by refusing any but the genuine G L Penny r Robert Noaks one of the star wit nesses in the trial of Caleb Powers at Georgetown testified that his alleged confession made in Illinois in the in terest of Powers was false and that the attorney who took it knew it was false Noaks denied that he ever received money from the prosecution or that the attorneys for that side had over sug gested that ho manufacture evid- enceINSURANCE Fire Lightning WlndKtorm Life and Leotdent but the BTUONCIKHT and IKBTOompniilislleprvsented Lowest Ioi ilbla Rates Guaranteed Loss raying lleo irtl Unequalled Talk with VIAHONY Stanford Kentucky Koitdence Phone No St PUBLIC SALE 1 will oiler for sate nt my residence two miles from lliutonvllle on Stanford pike to the highest bidder the following tlelorlb- ttllrOIMrt on- TIIlTKttUAY DEL IJHHT Two fn sli iiillk xtru mnre mules wIll weigh Iao wumis l tenet aycars old lheother lour iioodonts a lot of bogs all kinds of fnrusttg touts consisting nowvrii rakes plows ropers harrows andln tact toots nevdvrl on n iirm wncon bnrnvti io Two cUm Rood the fatuity other honen good drivernndcnnbetinulktf- by uny 1511f In foal will weigh tub lnimU good bugglca and other thinK too tetlUm to mention ho tone old tloto ramlK iiinro Iliino- TKUMH All things bringing over 110 goat note with approved wcnrlty with per cent Interest from dry of wile Hale wllll twgln promptly nt v O J HOIIOJJ Iluttonrllle Ky THE MIDIV1NTERTERJV- iii to the rush term otcri Jan lio flU wanltol a working Unit in th Ihelt110lt ambitious tnthu ln n proffUHlonnl body of teacher ev r tfattir tocelher for etinlv In Knlitern Kf nluckvr- It eo MI your County Muperlnt ndvr now about an appointment to fne lulUo It you hove not already dour 10 ntul rltt to the 1reildiiit of the E K8 N H Cor ratalog tellliiH him what itudlis you d mire Aililr 8- N HdAUK UUhinond Ky Guaranteed Cure for Constipation After watching results for sixte years during which time many mlllloDl of bottles were sold and thousands 01 letters from users were received the originators of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin the great herb laxative compound feel safe in guaranteeing it In the various diseases of the stomach liver and bowels such as chronic constipation dyt pepsia indigestion biliousness Hate ency sour stomach bloated stomach gumanteewells Syrup Pepsin does not do what Is calmed for ammended tor1omsehliverand Dowelcow plaints and the fact that each year more ood more families are mlnir U proves toot It hat Lbe merit claimed fort and the letters we are con theydtseaacs DrColdwell wordsItIWilliamsused It In her bomo all her married life and othenIf you have any complaint for which Dr Cold roudruggletadgeta5ocentorllbottle on the basis that we guarantee satisfaction You talteItpurgative waters salts and cathart powders and pills doesUIt safe and to introtike It alaxativeweak people because of Its gentle action FREE TESTThote wlshine to try DrCald Syrup PepsIn buy byIddmsleranyaymotomtoistomach oldfolkssunaibeast purity cvarente No 17 Wathlnfton 0 i PEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Saldwell BM0 Montloello III HENRY ATTERSONi PAPER Weekly Courier Journal t- The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 pew people In the United States have not heard of the Courler Journal Democratic- In all things fair In all thing clean in all tiling It is essentially a family paper By II special arrangement we am enabled to offer the WEEKLY CtiUBIKRODRNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for the com inatlon to usnot tc the Courier Jouraal isocnargoforuxnmtniitlonurscinnllllr ly tl up n ripthonghssaeaaround to order sot In on style frnme or niountlnKs work and material satlsfiictoi churgps inoderatu 1r11lallellthllocntl tIIU Uontrul Telephone Ky L C PoYVKk- lantdunteil Optonu tryst 50 Years An Agency5 Tho oldest in Central Ken tuck Get my Kates before Insuring Nothing but firstcliiM Companies Itvpre sell tetl Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Mm Phone 36 STANFORD KY STORE ROOM IN STANFORD FOR SALE t If not sold privately I will soil at puli auction ut 100 r DKOKMllKllvlWT- County court any tho D Vf VanlWvi store rxsntn Oiwrn Rouse Illock Hum ford It Is occupittl by Ilia iKntotllce unit the most cvntntlly locatiu stornrootii In town living oppoilto the court hou oaud on Main irxtit slororoo has n awe room tint n splcmlld Imicinun The lot on which the room runs be tIt Ht Asaph creek unit there nliumlnnt n warebout Will nli o tell ntsnntotluaatarresof knoh math Mltti MATTIK V Htanford Kl FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAR nARD COUNTY A fine blot grass farm for ante situated all near Point Jxuvell mud six mil southof Ijincaster cotitalnlnu tMl ncrv well Rood lIulllhlJOrboool tttJohnmrt of Walker tract some new two tnry sevenroom rvsldoni thereon recently completid with nil 01lt buildings Rnd good new Uiru 40xfu Well wnteorfll Ix navt fulling springs and etti running through i Tttnflna crab In hand bnlonce one RIIII two years trout dny of units Iworlng six lJ tent Interest until paid Persons looking for such plans I tUlleW lker living UII kofnrtnHlnnfonl kale llu Walker Point Ieuvell Ky DEAD GAME If you will bring your un nmJHevolve to me und let me put them in lint ela condition have land yiwrs exiwrtvni In that business I put new iiumliwi nu Razor Blades Forrels on Walking Canos and Ro pair Umbrellas Muke n of fitting nil kinds of keg to altkinds of honks nil kinds repairing Of bicycle und kevji In stork ell kluda of lile sir repair tlive me trial and you will I satisfied ftilIKMAY lap NThlfiIRI l1QIIIIItK TRIBBIE u PENCE Undertakers and- EmbaImors STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Cal pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades rACe Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBUB PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 166 or 133 Central Kentucky Real Estate Exciting TITLE CO No fiOiicrps on till Waynosburg pike hllllld 6room house barn aunt 0th- eroutbulldingsnlcoorchnrd Thlsprope ty h near ehurc nllli is well worth the price tjom No yIUl ncrosX miles Houth of Crab Or hard on tho Htuto rood n two stor house good barn anti ii well water sdabout ncrus of this land Is button land and produces flue crops A bargain n- Ilan H cash balance in ono nml two yuan No 3 IlSncreson Iluplc Creek hear Way lesburg 4room house burn and other out lulldlnas plenty of water Cash price lt eNo4108narea near fuvel Crcou Rock aide county Ky This term has now x tory frame house would cost to build now tUJU good barn orlb Ao located noun church und school This Is n nice home and con bo bought for 110 per lucre cash rUe minder in IS months NolIl 3 acres the above farms Uncnn in cultlvllt onIlwelihsgoflroumu good burn and other outbuildings nlco or obnrd One of thu beat epringe In iii COUl- lrlceVXXj halt cash Uilance I und 2 retire No 6sit acres adjoining farms Nos t and lIeNS In cultivation balance In tlm or flood white tuck hickory land some blue Mlar lists 2story log hue mud good orch well watered Uush price p10u0 No 7 acres near Mnretsburg ICyIU cresln cultlviitlon dwelling house barn mud necessary outbuildings lino wales sod school church nnd It H station Pric- eIswS cash balance In ono and two years NoII11I acres near ConwuyKy nearly nil of this hunt In bottom land line for corn IIlId meadow cr dwelling houionov hllrn and other buildings on county road illen front heron College Unsh price 13 LONo o ncres on Drakes mile froll Crab Orchard This fnrm adjoin the tike and is u part of tho Qoo Uvuns term Thll Is tine land stud in good condition till pcoasary building Thl Is u bargain lit 100 for ecru No 1078 acres near Htanford Ky Ir lice shape with n necessary tuildingeutc clln bo bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all the 11000 farms see or li R Hughes or lines I White Htnnfonl Ky Y RCGISTtRCO HEAVY FOOTWEAR u SOLD BYetA H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY selosattev TliojuuMn who DKSERVES THE nBSTJs the ono who labors and tiio laborer who ia expoel to tho AVJ3T und COLD mutt have the butt footwear pa ihlc Wo believe beyond quoiliou that n jnnrtor of it Centurys cxpcrionco gives us tho right to say WK KNOW A S1IOK wo know n good one mid WK BUY TUB VERY BUST Houwt Miko you nil r a tlal1l1COLD LIQUOR way and tiny nro tho ONLY Shoes sold bore tol1l1t J q cold liquor tanned leather LKVJSL IHtSl s another Shoo made by eamo peoplethc lost boys every day Shoo I know twlny a little lightly nnd n little neater looking than tho Mike Wo carry titers in boyV this 1 10 to 6i Price 82 82S6niid 5260 nsoortling to efwx bye Hlgli Test j Shoes n good ono nt 8280 Chapped hands and faces are among the most disagreeable facts of WinterUse Violet Glycerine or Bo rated Oatmeal Soaps dailyand YOU will escape them 10 Cents the Cake 25 Cents the Box PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky When you think of Roofing think of ALDRIDGE p14Whenthink of Roofing X x The best ROOF PAINT furnished J and put on- t S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Banzai Tooth Powder Is Hard to Beat 1 Try It Only 25 Ce tsISTANFORD DRUG CO o CloaKs 0 tIi You can tnko ono fifth oil tho price of liny of 1itUof this seasons very beet celling Coats Theo include Kerseys llroadclths Plush Velvet Cnrncul Etc Childrens Clocks Its n great raving to buy these Cloaks at onelourth oil tho price SEVERANCE STANFORD TSrAsrono KYM Di fi 1007 TUB Contract 6c cigar sold nt Pen fiys Drug Store is sure to please you- Try it- W11ENyou want to make your selcc Itdata ofthe largest cards and go moIennye Drug Store PERSONALS Dru R L DAVISOS was in Loulivlllo Wednesday MR W K WARNIHI was in Lexing ton Wednesday EVERETT STONE Is up from Louis vlllo for a few days Miss RECA BAKEK of MU Vernon is with Mrs Logan It lIughes JAR J S YOUNO of Highland Is laid up with a badly sprained leg Mil J T CARSON orders his paper changed from Turncrsville to Mexico j MoMns S M ALLEN of Mlllcrsburg is with her parents Mr and Mrs E P Woods MR GEORGE D HorTRUs condition remains unchanged Ho Is confined to his bed f JBSSB TRAYLOR came down from r Put Hcrnstadt Wednesday to spend a few days MR A B Qinuna Is back from Cor t bin whore ho has been working for some time J THOMAS CiimiRY of Brodhood JMn down to Loulavtllo Wednesday t goods MR JAMBB T MBNHFBE who 11 traveling for n big Texas firm h hero 4with tho horncfolks MRS A S THOMSON of Lexington j cllmo over Wednesday to visit her father Mr r M Pcnnlngton THOMAS H SHANKS spent several days with his sister Mrs 11 Kirby Bourne at New Castle Mil JUNK H Hum of Hustonvllle U now prescription clerk for John Htgan tho CorWn druggist MlBB CORA AMOi who was the guest of Mise Sara Baughman has returned to Hamilton College Lexington MISS VmotNlA UounNE who hl18 been I with her sister MM W K Warner returned to Lancaster yesterday Miss TEVIS CARPBNTBU of Stanford Is expected Tuesday for a visit to Miss Patsy Prcwltt Lexington Gazette ROBERT SAUFLEY formerly with Pore ters Drug Stole Is gold mining in Lake Valley New Mexico Somerset Journal y MR J H PEPPLES has moved his f family from his farm on the Lancaster pike to tho Silas Anderson residence on East Main MR FOREST McCURY who has a mild case of typhoid fever is some what improved lie hopes to be out n week or 10 days Mns JoE MURPHY who has spent some time with her parents Sheriff and Mrs T J Hill returned to her home in Texas Wednesday MISSES LENA AND JBANNETTE NAP lEn of Crab Orchard spent Thanks giving with their aunt Mrs J W Bastm Pittsburg Cor London Senti nel PnOF M D HUGHES and Mrs John W Miller of Lancaster were hero Wednesday returning from Louisville where they had been to see Mr R E Hughes who is i MRS J G CARPENTER and daughter Miss Tevis of Stanford were in Dan villo yesterday shopping Mrs Fores tus Reid and Mrs Charles P Cecil Jr are In Louisville for several days and aro stopping at tho Scelbnch Mrs t t Sue Hustohvillc Jones and were theYguestsoof Miss- Lula Bates several days last Advocate LOCALS RINK tonight L SEE W IL Muellers ad II r SEE the Jactionfenco at Singletons HEATING stoves atcost to make room for Xmas goods Farris CUT flowers roses and carnations for sale Mrs Ed Hubbard Stanford LOT of nice meat hogs for sale J T Livingston Stanford R It No1 FOR RKNTTho residence on Lan caster street now occupied by Mr W O Speed Possession Jan 1 P P Nunnelley DONT forgot thut tho Presbyterian l ladles will hold their annual bazaar on Saturday 14th at tho church on Lan caster street ATTEND tho rink tonight STOCK and Poultry food at Singletons FIIBSII supply of Heinz products at Coo D Hoppers ThanE will be a special feature o so uttho rink this Friday evening FOR SALE 200 seedbearing ginseng plants at 15c A P Brackett Stanford Fon rent for 1908 yhouse on West Main now occupied by Dr Fowler Miss Dora Straub THERE is none better thanthe Bent wood patent churn Call and see it George D Hopper SINCE tho puttiug of tax on dogs they are bringing good prices At Franklin the other day one sold for 100 YESTERDAY morning was tho coldest of the season At 680 the mercury stood at 10 Considerable snow fell Wednesday DAVID BEST aged SC is dead in Gar rard county Ho was tho father of Mr Thomas Best of Morelnnd and a mighty clover man THE ladies of the Christian church of Crab Orchard will havo a bazaar in the now Masonic building there on Satur day week IUhCo and help them i TUB Columbia S c Statu says the hell Boy Co Is tho beet dollar shot- that has ever visited that city Seo it at Waltons Opera louse Dec 12 18 14 IN the forscats Congress lion Harvey Helm of this place did well lie got on tho fourth row suffi ciently close to eaten Speaker Cannon- eye CoitlUN will be a dry town after today One saloon license expired yester day and tho other will bo out today MIddloeboro will be the only wet spot in the mountains D W FAULKNER orders his paper changed from PRint Lick to Crab Orchard near which plucu ho has bought a farm Ho writes that ho will open a storo on the place ALLEN HILL and John tarns Rout were fined 1410 for disorderly con duct Bill Baughman was held over tho grand jury for perjury and strikin a woman also colored FANCY articles cakes dressed chick call etc will bo sold at reasonable fig ures at tho Presbyterian ladies bazaa- Saturday 14th at the church on Lan caster street Doors open about 10 o clockCAnvvTEnDDr ram Miller Carpenter former president of tho Keo kuk Iowa Medical College and later vice president of tho Barnes Medical College of St Louis died there Tues counltyandin this sectio- nIIocKEnMr Ido clocker aged 77 died at the home of his sister Mrs B F Goode at Turnersvillo Wednesday of dropsy and Brlghts disease The burial occurred in Buffalo cemetery yes terday Mr Rocker was n devou member of tho Christian church and a clever man Ho was never married A good deal of his lifo was spent in Fay otto county Tim Lincoln ntyyMMedcal Society will convene in Stanford on Tuesday 10th Tho discussion will be opened by Dr Edward Alcorn on Ante and Post- Partum Hemorrhage Dr Cook will r port two cases of membranous croup Election of officers and other matters of interest to tho profession will be transacted The meeting will be held in Mrs Browns hospital THE attachment existing between the twin brothers James and John Lynn who side by side in the Buffalo cemetery at Stanford last week is pathetic It is said that they had always contended that they would die about the same time and of the same afiliction heart disease James was sick a long time and was thought to bo dying several times but his brother believed ho would linger until death called them to go together The death of James was followed by the death of John within a few hours They wero among the best class of citizens of Lincoln countySomerset Journal No Weather ProphetEv- ery ono of tho signs that foyer fail pointed to n very cold winter wo bought heavily in Winter goods The very cold weather has not yet materialized Somebody missed it Wo find ourselves yet with largo quanti ties of Winter goods and these conditions call for an antidpte Therefore our Greatest SemiAnnual CleanUp Sale begins MONDAY DEC 2ND Tho prices lire cut deep in order to move them quick Conic to this great sale Como early Seo circular for par ticulars SONDONT forget tho rink at Waltons Opera House this Friday night DROWN Leghorn roosters for sale at each 511 Aldridgo Stanford DEAR in mind that tho storeroom soldrMR SAM K DUDDERAR has rented Mr J II Pepples farm on tho Lan caster pike opposite Senator R L Rubbles TUG merchants are opening their Christmas goods and the stores bear evidence that joyous Christmas time is not far off TUB Bristol HeraldCourier speaks in high terms of the Bell Boy Co which OperaiTHOSE who do not pay their town taxes by Dec 10 will not be surprised to find their property advertised for sale R G Jones city marshal TilE Central KentuckyReal Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices NEXT Monday is county court day the last of tho year It would be a splendid time for you to drop in and get a receipt from this office Suppose you try it vFOn SALE Several cone pulleys small imposing stone lot of second handed type typo cases stands and other printers supplies Write or phone this office WE failed to make mention of the elegant C oclock dinner given by Miss sincesSomo eight or 10 couples wero present and greatly enjoyed Miss Baughmans hospitality Tue L N is making slow progress with its doubletracking between LIv- ingston and Corbin and it will probably be a year or more before tho work is completed The road is doubletracked from Sinks to Livingston WITU every heating stove over 5 we will give free Is worth of Karavan Coffee With every stovo under 5 we give 50c worth of Kar a van coffee The stoves arc chenpthc coffee is excellent HoppergHONOR ROLL of Stanford Graded School for November Grade Tilden Cooper Bailey Dawes Moore Meadows McKinneyrGabe Raney May Brackctt Clara Cash Sarah Cormincy Frances Cormi ney Margaret Davison Sabra Estes Rachel Hill Daisy Lunsford Louise Lynn Ccttio Miller Sadie Walls Grade 2 Bessie Miller Nancy K McKinney Florence Dawcd Minnie Hardin Belle Russell Annie Rogers Powell Clarence Singleton Claiborne Walton Hugh Reid Foster Grade 3 Malay Grimes Myrtlo Tur ner Adelia Russell Jean Paxton Nel lie W Hill Lettie W McKinney Hart well Shanks Jessie Rocker Grade 4 Prescott Brown Frances Brackctt Bessio Brackett Wm Car son Ella Elchenbergcr Tillie Goldstein Elizabeth Hunn Ruth Hardin Bessie Moore Elizabeth Stagg James Tribble Efllo Walls Willie C White Grade 5 Efllo Baughman Josephine Carpenter Ethel Brackett Mary S Cook Annie Gray Anna D McRoberts Verner Rout Mamie Singleton Ger trude Wilkinson Mary M Raney Boa sin Wilkinson Ulmont Eads John T LindsayoRankin Harvey Wilkinson Boycc Hunn Grade C Marion Grimes Catherine Gentry Lena Traylor Hettio Walls Arthur Turner James Johnson Ruby JonesGrado 7 Katie Cass Kittio Jones Kato Kennedy Virginia Mahony Mary E McKinney Lillian Mueller Lucy Leo Walton James Cooper Harris Hardin Joseph Hill Grado 8 Annie L Gentry Willie Moore Maud Stone John M Waters Maranda White Lorrain Campbell Ka tie Anderson Freshman Annlo Floyd Elizabeth Higgins Sallio Burdette Wallace Sin gleton Joseph Hopper Teddy Brack cttSophomoreThomas Bright Grady Tucker JuniorBerta Jean Penny SeniorJohn Downer Orestus Floyd Trw L N offers a rate of 26sl for the roundtrip to Frankfort Dec and 10 limited to 12 account of the in auguration TilE Ladles Aid Society of the Bap test church will have an exchange and bazar Sat Dec 21st Aprons candy and black cake specialties CHIEF OF POLICE JONES caugh- Nub Embry carrying on a blind tiger and ho was given 150 days by Judge Tribble Good Get some more MR A C ALKORD asks us to that the report that ho has withdrawn from the race for city marshal is a mistake lIe is still an applicant fo the position MATRIMONIAL Hugh Jacobs a widower of 33 and Miss Sarah Sowder sweet 1G were made one at Rev Cummins by that gentleman Wednesday Former United States Senator fen Gassaway Davis of West Virginia 84 years old multimillionaire and Democratic candidate for Vice President in the last campaign is to be married so intimate friends of his assert to Miss Maude Ashford a society reporter fo a Washington City paper About Digestion It is nut the quantity of food aka n but tho amount digested and assimilated that gives strength and vitality to the system Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets invigorate the stomach and liver and enable them to perform their functions Tho result is n relish for your food increas ed strength and woight greater en dnranco and a clear head Price 25 cents Samples free For sale by all druggists The State Capitol Commission con demned two large stone pillars Vhich were to be used in the new Capitol because of injuries in shipping but the now Governor may bo able to make some arrangement by which they can be used Kentucky jailers in session at Frank fort adopted bylaws and a constitu tion and will havo a bill introduced at the next session of the General Assem bly providing for electrocution instead of hanging for capital punishment United States District Judge Wad dill at Norfolk dedided to at once namo receivers for tho Jamestown Company SKATING RINK Waltons Opera Hou- seToHight Skating tonight Friday Dec 0 The weather was never better nor the floor in finer condition Severn new features will be introduced Doors open ut 7 r a- tStanford Rink tub FARMS FOR SALE I Finn B7ncro fn InFrnuklln coun t3Inda miles from Metnmorn n tow of M Inhnbltnnts 7 miles from Ilrooksvllle the county lent n town of aux Inhnbltnnts acres of this fans now In good blue grans pasture M acres of good bottom land 3 acres In now meadow Imlnnco suo acres cut over Umber land Wo removed tho timber on thus fnrm last year Tho land Is rolling and good black loll Tide laud 1s considered as line tobacco Innd as In tho Htnte of Ken Wo sold fOOacres adjoining this fnrm on which 30 acres of tolmcco was rated this season nnd It can tx seen nnd will showyou what the land will This farm lias one good 5 room frame grow n small bnrngood young orchard plenty of water on tho farm and good tense around entire farm If you are looking for n fnrm thus Is your chance Our priceaa per lien Como to Hates yule and we be glnd to tnko you to the hum anil show It Knrm toIll acres lit Franklin county miles from Sletninorn5 mlll from Hrooki vlllej acres Is cleared land balance In Umber A tworoom frame hoiue on thoI farm Irlco lit ncroS wo reserve tho Umber This Is also n good tolmcco tarn Harm a laMicro fnrm Hmllo from Jlor rl1mI IIIlIl8 from llatfuvllleon n cocxl free pike l l ncres In good farming maul Here in cut over Umber andloncres In vir A twostory entire houseroosIsstsmto roof cellnr under ulterior finished In line wood nnd fresco painted llrlckoutbulldlnKOil Inrce frame IIIrn with plenty of wnteron the fern and u Inrce orchard buildings on this fnrm could not tooreInMed today for IJOOUl Our goodImmnothiswith good building In the Htnto of Imllunii terms nro if cash bnlnnco 110 each year with o cent Interest secured by mortgage The titles are perfect anti wo will abstract to purchaser Alto have two other rams wo will sell We advertised these farms in several of the Kentucky If you lira Imllerestettwrlteus nt once or cIIII on us Keferencei First National Hunk- THHIIILLKNIUtANUOO Batrivlllo lad Suits 0If you want to own n Swell Suit at a very small cost mkOUI8 over One lot Spring Suits former price 15 sale price 8575 12 Black or Grey Suitegood Btylegnew former price 15 and 81G50sale price 8975 12 new 40 inch Cont Suits and Prince Chap Suits at one fourth oh the price Most of these arrived within the last we- ekSKIRTS We will allow you to take onefifth otI the price of any of our excellent show of Skirts andISouth East Corner Main Depot Streets II Xmas Goods Toyst + Xmas Belts Harps Blocks fRoaming Beetles Crayons Whistles Etc Let us be rYour Santa Claus I TRIBBLFHUGn S Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156- r House Block Opposite Court House jOpera STANFORD KENTUCKY uIo r= C0 n 11Inrn a crcQbep 0G UO ri o o aafQ 1 gam s o ccen Tr O en onWooB i5m C U1utnr= 1- rlcr rCC nuco e 0 I ax On sg 8 1tb0O C ig r r- aeDC c c i The Lid I The Lid I The Lid I It is oil on prices at tho Emporium at Huston tivine Wo aro price fighters Your Lid Bo sure and get it from our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We have selected the cream of the market for you Come and be convinced in this line Wo undersell everybody CLOAKS Ladies Misses and Childrens We can please you Quality nnd price guaranteed LADIES SKIRTS A beautiful lot to select from Prices to suit all Wo carry n general line Clothing Boots end Shoes Dry Goods in endless variety Underwear for Everybody If you have never worn n pair of Shoes I dont wonder that you have been so disappointed Try ME27 years selling Shoes Our Fall and Winter stock is now full and complete Come and inspect our stock I know I can do you good Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter We are selling HEATING STOVES fast We are selling them cheap Buy be fore you freeze Buy before they are goner Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky The Interior Journal Entered in tilt PottOffice at Stanford cu tttenddau matter rOBUSHHD TDKSUAYS AMD r1UO AT J100 PER YEAR CASH ItTWhen not 10 paid 100 will be charged r L N TIME TABLE No Honth llrtl P M No S3 kouth12JI PM NoS4North4UHA Non North SllT v JOS Se RICE Agent Jesse W Sweeney riormrroH Livery Feed and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky NOTICEAny ono needing a Union Jnck and Wlro Btretohercnnlenve their order with T Nlwlnnd at Ho tits one he will how you and take your order and will nil the game on short uotlcoBTLUN8FOIID Br De CARTER Now Liver Depot Street Phono 96- STANFORDKENTUCKY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Joseph 3244 Vol I Is nnro bred anil lens been accepted for reg- lstrylnthe IIrl t voluino of The American TmnworUi Hwtuo Record A oclatlou Hook under the rullof the nssoclntlon and will NoIUnlI oo Hire tdwnnl No dim Alexandrn NoSa7 Hire of Sire Maple failft Bruce No Until of Sire Canadian Nelli 21- Hiro of dRill Kentucky Bop No 1753 tlnlll of dam Golden IMvs No IMI It Is well swln Is the hestprlrewineonthemarketIllssireh-mlwnnLwelgktlSalntlyvurold lfEUsoldhIs lIutIi for ills elllh 3S lit J1 month lie croses well with every breed I wlll stand him at tl club JOHN COOK Stanford Ky JL Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealera in Fur niture MattingaRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ce McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Offlce Phone her Home Phone 33 POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or kind of tree our ploellJlllnd will prosecute vi 1sppleaAlexfra Waltpr Klmpson Hnw Tliiiley Hprormraore lien P Mnrlln- MKSJwrence Reuben Curtis JH J11 letlua T A iticeMorgan Ohfripell- Anmndt HcbnelTer J I Holt elaw O W tasty Mrs J V Pulllum L Pulllaiii Peter llalmer Sirs Katherine Adore Meswr 1axton Ashley A OJJunnon JnmM N Cash J He vln Curler O M Joseph Bnllou Mi H Jus Itulncs- J ItletMrs O Unrpentor W P Martin ThenlpsonThommnslerrlll DavlilJIurton MUlllclmnUfcn JosOjpb instMls Mattle Hewes hlelcenlwekDrua Fred VonOruenmin It KOnlniii Albert VonOruengnn A T Traylor Illlmrn Oooch N II Plummer Fret IJnuinniin Richard Nester Owe Will Hester Uiinu it NUnneeley WO Kloyd J W Pock J lj JW liuuKliiiinn J K llrucu J O Hprntt W U mooch WHIllgnoy 1n Underwoodijon MartlnAleornJohn John ualllnllcla WmOorder Han Traylor N D hlnoru Mm v 1Ill oode 1UTIte- David Btevein JohuJufcr lL 4 SIT KINGSVILLE Another show at Thompsons Hall Monday night Mrs Robin Rigney and daughter Miss Delta are visiting Mrs Craig Butt at Somerset Smith Turpin of Wilmore is our new station agent Rnd our business men hope to keep him for a while as he has made a favorable first Impression James Engleman has returned from a visit to his parents at Shelby City I S Butler night operator at the tower has returned from Science Hill Mrs Tabitha Davidson has returned from a visit to relatives at McKinney Mrs Ur Bryant was the guest of her granddaughter Mrs Alonzo Rigney The latter returned with Mrs Bryant for a visit at Floyd Misses Bertha and Grace Thompson spent Thanksgiving with their grandparents at Clarence Mr Joab Rigney of Mt Olive was with relatives here James Florence of Alpine is the guest of relatives here J L Johnson will leave the 18th for Hood River Ore to spend the holidays with his family F S Gooch of Waynesburg was here Sunday Manfred Gooch of Somersetl was here Sunday C M was so long connected with the Q C tower here is now located at New Orleans with the Southern Pacific J Ed Boland of Lexington was here this week A tickling cough from any cause Is quickly stopped by Dr Shoopi Cough Cure And it is so thorough harmless and safe that Dr Shoot tolls Imothers everywhere to give It without hesitation oven to veryyounJ babes The wholesome green leave and tender stems of a lunghoallnf mountainous shrub furnish the cura live properties to Dr Shoops Cougt Cure It calms the cough and heal the sore and sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or sup press Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards call this shrub whlcl the Doctor uses The Sacred Herb Always demand Dr Shoops Cough Cure Sold by Pennys Drug Store 0 How many have always thought that the head on the ordinary copper cent is that of an Indian 7 Look again It is the face of a girl of 12 years Sarah Longacre In 1835 tho government offered a handsome prize for a design for the new copper coin about to be used James Burton Longacre was the chief engraver in the United States Mint at Philadelphia and for months racked his brain for a design An Indian chief came down to the mint saw the 12yearold daughter of tho engraver and placed his feathered headgear on her head The effect was striking The father sketched the pretty face beneath the feathers submitted the design and won over a thousand competitors Badly Mixed Up Abraham Brown 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 liver trouble but none of them helped mo so my wife advised trying Electric litters which are restoring me to perfect health One bottle did me more good than all the five doctors pre scribed Guaranteed to cure blood olson weakness and all stomach tver and kidney complaints by Pen lys Drug Store 50c So immense has the tbound steer age traffic become that the various transatlantic steamship companies merely for protection from a rush of aliens which they are utterly unable to handle will shortly announce a rate- for a thirdclass accommodation which they hope will prove sufficiently prohibitive to allow a return to conditions approximately normal says the New York Evening Post Passed Examination Successfully James Donahue New Britain Conn writes I tried several kidney remedies and was treated by our best physicians for diabetes but did not improve until I took Foleys 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 Pen ny After he had been In deep thought for several minutes Mr Henpeck said- I have made up my mind Have you 7 his wife replied It seems to me it took you a long time considering what you had to make up Trial Catarrh treatments are being sailed out free on request by Dr hoop Racine WIs These tests are providing to the peoplewithout a ennys costthe great value of this iclontlilc prescription known to drug jlsts everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by Pennys Drug Store Rev G B Walls 0 has sgedaspas tor of the Methodist church at Cannel ton Ind because the congregation got b hind with his salary How Diphtheria is Contracted One often hears the expression liMy child caught a severe cold which do veloped Into diphtheria when tbo truth was that the cold had simply left the little ono particularly susceptible to the wandering diphtheria germ When Chamberlains Cough Romed Is given It quickly cures tho cold am lessens the dangtrof diphtheria orany other germ disease being contracted For sale by all druggists The first installment of new 20 gold pieces has been shipped from tho Unites States mint in Philadelphia to various subtreasuries about the country There were 115000 of them their monetary value being 2300000 A Dangerous Deadlock that sometimes terminates fatally is tho stoppage of liver and bowel funct- Ions To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sensations Dr Kings New Life Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed satis factory in every case or money back at Pennys Drug Store 2Jc 0 Frank Wayland Palmer former post master of Chicago is dead Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup tho new Laxative stimulates but does not Irritate It is tho best Laxative Guaranteed or your money back G L Penny Fruit and Ornamental Trees paroglli1EerGarden We employ no agents Cat alogue on application II F IIlLLKSMUYKIl k SON- SLexington Ky Weak Kidneys kldne7Nenea orxantwoand strengthen them Dr Snoops ItestonUre Is I medicine specifically e ed to reach these r1oo8IIwell If TOur back aches or urine ICBld or Urrkandstrona- flfyouluvesjmnp s of Brlibta or other dliUelS1nc or dangerous kId leldiseuetryDrShooDsBeetorsnveamontbIablets oforyoo VruKlst recommend aDd sell DrrShoops Restorative 250 REWARD For Information that win convict any on trespassing on my farm Hunter Ink warning I tI TtVIK Shelby City Ktf McKINNEY MARILE iGRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors lonliT In nnd mnnufniturvrs of Gntnlte and Mnrhle Monument KlritOlnss Work nt Itrnwimhlo Prlco Olllcu and Works McKinney Ky Hhop closed on Hnturday HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE IN CRAi ORCHARD Ii1 have for solo twoluntivt and loU on Fair- Ground Street Trrtn wade known on up IIUTOUKKI Good Business for Sale of in T ehaudlieatcestwilsultatoncv and give furherinformationMiirkslmry Ky HOTEL FOR RENT I I offer for runt for tin year lurk hotel In Ijincnster known ns the Maton lintel or tallies House The building Is well looittil iiiirtinloynn good pntronagv A goal op x rtuimy for the rliiht man Apply at once Silts E J MASON tmmuiter Ky GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no ones word but com anti see Ml goats sold lit rl r lell1I111n dies underwear nano Musters sto farina lore at We Wo ones for Icnke of Ixnox Wolverine soap for lieu S lU cent Menn Linen Colinri for 1e Men Sweater for- 1c I will to very grateful for your m tronngv D J SMITH GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU I Why buy readymade clothing when there t so lithe difference In the prlue of ready trade suits and a suit inada to your measure laken by an experienced tallow I hn11 a bnndtoine line of Fall and Winter good ian mate from a low price buslues suit to the flneitdress suit Overcoat Trou in and Fancy Vestt The company I rep eient Is second to none II C IHMIKY The Tnllor Htanford Ky IEXPERIENCE 1 TnAoc MARKS DCBIONS reYRInHTt fAnyone sending a sketch mid anertpUmi mil iteklr oar Ion iQTntlon ItprobablrMlfnVK Communlr UonulrtctltODGdnllAL on Clients sent free oldest eue vfMcurlcuri 11118 Ialimt taken toroaxb rtcctTi- tfttialnottct wliboul ee In Ibis Scientific Jttiericati AhsndtometrlllailnlMl WMklf rarseleltlc- ulatlon ot ant clnlinn urnd Term U a nwdeslerMUNNBr Dch OtlluaS r It U Great Reduction 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 E T PENCE STANFORD KY First NationalvrncersOf Stanford Kyi J HOOKER Presi Bank ST HAHIII V Pre J J UcKOnEUTS Ohr 50000W n WKAUKNAsstChriCapital Stock DirectorsThis institution was originally established ai the Deposit flank of Stanford In 1191 then reorganized as the National Bank of ID and again reorganized as Y Reid Danrllle the First National Bask of Stanford In T Harris Stanford ibis haying bad practically an uninter J i Hooker Stanford rnpted existence for 43 It Is better JC L Tanner McKinney supplied now with facilities for transact M D Elmore Stanford promptly and well than ever 8 H Daughman Stanford before in Its long honorable career T P Dill Stanford Jai Robinson Babble J Q HauRbman Stanford Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor J MPettu Stanford OE Tate Stanford porations Solicited t the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 SH SHANKS PRESIOENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J Q PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSt J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford i John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W O Walk fer Stanford i J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W rH Cummins Prcachersville L G J Gooch Waynesburg Ky With A Bell Boy Co At Waltons Opera House December 12 13 and 14 u Xmas OpeniDJ r Thursday Dec 5th From 2 to 9 P NI- t inIThe grandest display of China 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 y GEORGE H FARRIS 1 TO HOUSEKEEPERS I The Standard Oil Cos INCORPORATED j Celebrated Lamp Oil II FIRE PROOF ItGives a PERFECT LIGHT and is su perior in every respect to the SoCall ed Fancy Oils for which you pay more money Try it and be convinced For sale allby uptodate dealersroI THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TQI TRANSFER MONEY IS BYlLONG IT N FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPOIIATCD